Issue: 19291201

Sunday, December 1, 1929
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PUBLISHED FOR THE ALUMNI OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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The First Book FREE
The First Book FREE
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UNITED STATES LINES
UNITED STATES LINES
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The Clark School
The Clark School
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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Cafe des Invalides
Cafe des Invalides
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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CONTENTS for December, 1929
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Newcomers Among Our Contributors
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E. Everett Clark '06, head of the department of adult education in the division of university extension of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, spent his first twelve years out of college in teaching in high schools in Amesbury,
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THE OLD STAGE COACH
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With a brilliant past that is as secure as is its oak body and high pitched perch, this relic of by-gone days has come to rest in the old library building that has been remodeled into a museum. It nearly ended its days some years ago when some
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Editorial Comment
WHERE SCHOLARSHIP COMES IN
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For opinions which appear in these columns the Editors alone are responsible
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Editorial Comment
THE FOOTBALL SEASON
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At the risk of seeming further to over-emphasize athletics, one may append a brief comment on the football season as thus far developed—at the moment of writing there remains one game to play—including a word as to the lamentable
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Editorial Comment
ROUTINE FOR 1930
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Little that was of momentous importance was done at the most recent meeting of the Alumni Council, held this year in New York on the day before the Yale game, the business being mainly of a routine character. The Council, as was
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Editorial Comment
OVER-STRESSED ATHLETICS AGAIN
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The charge that intercollegiate athletics are grossly over-emphasized is far from novel and it might at first sight seem a work of supererogation for the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to devote a voluminous
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Editorial Comment
DO WE EXPECT TOO MUCH?
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One of the employment agencies, dealing especially in placing young college men, included recently in a leaflet sent forth to the business world an article indicating that perhaps hardened executives and others in the employer
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Harold G. Rugg, '06
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Literary Editor of the Magazine
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
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Instructor Chauncey N. Allen
The Birth of a New Science (Psychology)
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
POPULARITY OF PSYCHOLOGY
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Instructor Chauncey N. Allen
If we seek an explanation for the rapid growth of this department of instruction, at least two facts must be understood. In the first place, under the old curriculum, psychology could be counted only as an optional course. Few
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO MODERN LIFE
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Instructor Chauncey N. Allen
So far only courses required by majors, but open to others who are interested, have been mentioned. A course is available in "Elementary Psychology of Personality," studied by the case-history method, for those seniors who have had
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
PSYCHOLOGY HAS BECOME BIOLOGY!
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Instructor Chauncey N. Allen
Psychology as a new biological science is an idea that may be hard to grasp. The fact is, however, that modern psychology is committed to the laboratory and the use of scientific experimental techniques. It has devised an
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
It is truly the mark of sophistication never to admithumble origins. The Rhoda Who Ran A Pagoda (Shesold cake and lemon and soda)—and then later havingmade a good marriage and having achieved Society inquires scornfully What Is a Pagoda? (the
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
THE GENERAL ASPECT
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
I Entered college in the autumn of 1868, and with exception of the years from 1872 to 1879 I have known the College ever since. If occasionally I cut out from my memory the intervening years of slow change one or the other of these
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
A FRESHMAN'S EXPERIENCE
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
A freshman arrived in Hanover from regions much less widely scattered than now. He would soon meet an acquaintance who in the course of other assistance would say, "I suppose you are going to pledge Psi U (or Tri Kap, or Alpha Delt,
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
SOCIETIES
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
Within a day or two the incoming class was divided between the Fraters and the Socials by alphabetical alternation supervised by upperclassmen. These ancient and honorable organizations were moderately alive, held meetings,
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
DECLINE OF THE HANDEL SOCIETY
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
The Handel Society was living, but in feeble health. It still elected officers especially organist and choirleader who by ancient precedent collected salaries of fifty dollars a year, not so bad for the time. The work of organist
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
FOOD
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
Naturally a freshman must eat. There were a few real "clubs," cooperative groups in which the price of board slightly varying from week to week was assessed upon the members. But such organizations were difficult to manage, and
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
LECTURES WERE RARE
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
Everyone recited (or went to recitation) three hours a day, out of a book. Lectures as serious modes of instruction were unknown. "Only a lecture" was equivalent to a fraction of a holiday. Misuse of Sunday was discouraged by an
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
TEACHING IN VACATIONS
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
Before Thanksgiving the exhibition of the literary societies arrived. But far more important was the following vacation of six weeks which could be extended to twelve by teachers of the winter schools. At first work lost in college
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
EACH STUDENT HAD A STOVE
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
To those who could not effectively plead necessity and stayed at the College winter was a time of peace and opportunity. There Was snugness about recitations in one division and a little relaxation in the formality of college
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
LETTING OUT DEVILTRY
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
As the Hanover spring haltingly arrived the stalwart youth "with the granite of New Hampshire in their muscles and their brains" who had been housed up too much during the winter months were ripe for some deviltry. No athletic
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Dartmouth—As It Was Sixty Years Ago
COMMENCEMENT LIKE A CIRCUS
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Professor Edwin J. Bartlett
Commencement later than at present and ending on Thursday was a test of endurance with much serious public speaking. Think of it: The Baccalaureate Sunday evening address to the uppermost religious organization, prize speaking,
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Reminiscences of an Old Dartmouth Stage Coach
Reminiscences of an Old Dartmouth Stage Coach
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Frederick H. Burleigh
One of the principal exhibits in the new DartmouthMuseum (which should be seen by all returning alumni)is the old stage-coach just inside the main entrance. Theeditors of the Magazine have pursued this old coach fora story for a long time, but the
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Reminiscences of an Old Dartmouth Stage Coach
D K E RECORDS SPILLED
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Then, one night we took a party of Dekes to Hartford for a banquet. A banquet in those days was a real banquet, and coming back about Three A. M., it was suddenly discovered that the record book, a very important document, had
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Reminiscences of an Old Dartmouth Stage Coach
TOWN EGGS GOWN
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I remember when a boy, high up on the back seat, fell off and nobody knew it. No, he didn't have to walk in, unfortunately for my story, but was picked up by another coach. Then, too, the medics used to go to Woodstock to play
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Outing Club Men Climb the Jungfrau
Outing Club Men Climb the Jungfrau
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Prof. A. Heywood Knowlton
It all began on the Kleine Scheidegg train at Lauterbrunnen when K. and T., both '27 men and once in a freshman section of mine, came into the compartment where I had already settled down for the ride up to the Jungfraujoch. They
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Outing Club Men Climb the Jungfrau
THE FIRST SENSATION
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Prof. A. Heywood Knowlton
There had been a heavy snow fall the morning before and it was rather soft under the hot sun, so across the field we would sink in occasionally over our knees. Now and then we jumped across crevasses which at the moment seemed
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Outing Club Men Climb the Jungfrau
JUMPING A CREVASSE
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Prof. A. Heywood Knowlton
Then we came to the two big crevasses and we steadied our train. Very seriously we crept down the toe holds. K. reached the gulf and jumped. Then I slipped and went shooting by T., headed for the crevasse. T. having already been
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Outing Club Men Climb the Jungfrau
PLUNGING INTO SPACE
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Prof. A. Heywood Knowlton
Then came my own special thrill. Going down the steep wall I slipped—or better say the snow fell away from under my left heel—and I set out for the ocean some twelve thousand five hundred feet below at a rate which simply terrified
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Football was a Simple Matter in those Days
OLD DIVISION FOOTBALL
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E. O. Locke '70
Two pictures out of the '60's are painted for us in words by Mr. Locke of the class of 1870, who in a letter in another section of the magazine identifies some of the players. But if the sophisticate believes that roughness in football is a modern evil he should read this article, not omitting the account of the "football rush" which was broken up only by the president of the college himself. And another incident, a fight over a picket fence, suggests anything but gentleness. This article comes in very nicely to preserve for posterity two very valuable pictures of "Whole Divisions" or "Old Division" football in the possession of the college.
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Football was a Simple Matter in those Days
THE GENTLE SPORT
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We rushed the football Tuesday night and then gave it back to them; then the next night we had an old fashioned rush, cut the ball, and I got it out, and had it between my legs for some ten minutes, while a dozen groups were
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The Truth About Americanization
IT IS NOT LIMITED TO FLAG-WAVING
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E. Everett Clark
Massachusetts State Supervisor of Adult Alien Education
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The Truth About Americanization
UTILIZE SCHOOL BUILDINGS
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E. Everett Clark
There is always in every community a quota of these advanced students preparing for naturalization. The course which they take distinctly answers the questions, "What is our American Democracy?," "How did it come to be?," and "How
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The Truth About Americanization
25,000 STUDENTS EACH YEAR
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E. Everett Clark
For a number of years 25,000 or more immigrants in Massachusetts have annually attended schools of the types described above. These men and women are taught by experienced teachers, trained in the special pedagogy of this work. One
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The Truth About Americanization
THE OLD INDIAN SCHOOL
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This rather handsome building is now Chandler Hall, believe it or not as you choose. The photograph was taken before 1870. In order to modernize the building in those days of more than 50 years ago, the Colonial tower and roof were removed, the
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The Dartmouth Indians
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Eric P. Kelly
That characteristic of Dartmouth history which has ever remained one of its most picturesque and romantic traditions is the story of the Dartmouth Indian. Frederick Chase and John K. Lord exhausted all the supply of general
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Breaking Into the Outing Club
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Craig Thorn, Jr., '31
There's a college professor somewhere or other who advocates a well-dressed, attitude on the fart of college men,if newspaper reports are to be believed, but Hanoverhasn't yet climbed into the "smoothie" (as the boys say)class, despite the protests
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The Two-Team Idea in Freshman Football
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H. M. Evans
Instructor in Recreational Department
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December News of the College
Trustees Hold Fall Meeting
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A meeting of the Trustees of Dartmouth College was held in their room in the Parkhurst Administration Building, in Hanover, on October 28.
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December News of the College
Major Redington Celebrates
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The Chicago Alumni in a large gathering on November 11 had as its guest of honor, Major E. D. Redington, of the Class of '61, in'celebration of his 90th birthday.
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December News of the College
New Alumni Register
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The office of Alumni Records is now engaged in the preparation of a new edition of the Register of Living Alumni to appear in the summer of 1930, by Commencement time, if possible.
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December News of the College
Alumni Council Meets in New York
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The Alumni Council met for its fall meeting in New York on Friday, November 1. In the absence of President Cutter the meeting was opened by the secretary who called for the nomination of a chairman pro-tem. The nomination of
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December News of the College
New Dormitory Named
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Harking back to the earliest days of the College and to the undergraduate days of Eleazar Wheelock at Yale, the Dartmouth trustees have voted to name the new dormitory now under construction east of Fayerweather Row for
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December News of the College
Fellowships Available
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The Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 12 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C, announces that fellowships in international law will be awarded for the academic year 1930- 1931,
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December News of the College
New Council Members
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At the recent meeting of the Alumni Council held in New York three new Amembers-atlarge were elected, on authority given by the Alumni Association at its meeting last June. In making the elections the Council was influenced
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December News of the College
Hannauer Eulogy
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The tragic death of George Hannauer, president of the Boston and Maine Railroad, on November 2 was a blow to all New England. He was stricken with angina pectoris at the Yale-Dartmouth game in New Haven and passed away shortly
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December News of the College
Praise for Marsters
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The following communication to the NewYork Times is certainly as high praise as Dartmouth could desire to have its injured star, Alton K. Marsters '30 receive. The letter follows:
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December News of the College
Princeton Suggestion
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The following article appeared recently in the Princeton Alumni Weekly under the title: "Revolving Stadium." It has found supporters among the residents of Hanover and is reprinted below:
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December News of the College
E. W. Knight, '87 Nominated
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At the meeting of the Alumni Council held in New York on November 1 the name of Edward W. Knight '87 was placed in nomination as alumni trustee to succeed himself at the expiration of his term of office in June, 1930.
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December News of the College
Foreign Fellowships
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A limited number of foreign study fellowships and scholarships are offered under the international student exchanges of the Institute of International Education to American students who wish to study abroad. These fellowships
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December News of the College
Memorial Funds for Dick's House
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Dick's House has now been in operation for two years and has become an indispensable part of the college life. It is necessary for the College to make a reasonable charge to boys occupying the house to meet the costs of
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December News of the College
That Gradus Ad Parnassum
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C. E. Crane '06 edits a column in the Brattleboro Reformer called "Pen-Drift." On November 16, the day of the Cornell Dartmouth game in Hanover, he ran the following items relative to the display of the old original Dartmouth
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December News of the College
Latest Movies
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"Dartmouth College News," the 16 mm. movie service, announces that its first release of the year will shortly be completed and will be available to clubs and associations as well as individual alumni for showings. The two reels,
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December News of the College
New Buildings
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The three new buildings now under construction are progressing rapidly and one of these, the hockey rink, will be ready for use within a month. The rink, which is located on the site of the old hockey rink on Memorial Field
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December News of the College
Carnegie Report
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"Bulletin 23" is the third publication of the Carnegie Foundation dealing with the subject of athletics. The first described athletic sports at some twenty American colleges and universities and depended almost exclusively upon
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December News of the College
Gift to Medical School
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It is announced by Dr. John P. Bowler, dean of the Dartmouth College Medical School, that a gift of $80,000 has been made by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., for research in Physiological Optics, a department of the School. The offer
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Sports
Along the Green Football Front
The Football Season
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Phil Sherman
As the cool October days changed to the crisp wintry weather of November, Dartmouth's football season progressed through an amazing succession of games which left those people who describe them breathless. Into this space of a
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Along the Green Football Front
Dartmouth's Loss
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Phil Sherman
It did not seem fair that Al Marsters should have been forced to sit on the sidelines, pale and wan from two weeks in the infirmary, bundled in blankets, while his team was fighting against odds on the field. The finest tribute
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Along the Green Football Front
Brown and Cornell
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Phil Sherman
Sporting writers predicted the complete collapse of the Dartmouth football team. Al Marsters lay in the hospital, out of the picture, and sharing his room was his great interfering back, Len Clark, who had two broken ribs.
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Along the Green Football Front
The Yale Epic
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Phil Sherman
Dartmouth's 1929 system was built for Al Marsters. There was no getting around the fact that as the Green team took the field at New Haven that Saturday that upon the shoulders of Arlington Al, Dartmouth would sink or swim, for
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Along the Green Football Front
The Harvard Game
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Phil Sherman
The annual colorful crowd which jammed every inch of available space in the Harvard Stadium saw a Dartmouth team, afterwards acclaimed by Grantland Rice as the "greatest on any stadium turf from East to West," just barely manage
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Alumni Publications
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From the Angel Alley Press, Winter Park, Florida, comes an attractively printed pamphlet entitled "The Roadmakers" by Edwin Osgood Grover '94.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Faculty Publications
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Professor Gordon H. Gliddon is the author of an article "An Optical Replica of the Human Eye for the Study of the Retinal Image" reprinted from,the August 1929 issue of the Archives of Ophthalmology.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS
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Nelson Lee Smith
By William Kelley Wright, The Maemillan Company, New York, 1929.
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THE WHIRLWIND
THE WHIRLWIND
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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THE '85 GROUP
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Article
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Alumni Associations
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THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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(This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the last issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
Henrietta Livermore Norris, widow of John Oscar Norris, died November 1 at her home in Melrose, Mass.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Mrs. Kate Morris Cone, wife of Charles M. Cone, died at their home in Hartford, Vt., November 8, of heart disease, after a week's illness. She was a graduate of Smith College in its first class, that of 1876, and was a woman of
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
On October 23, Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Gile of Littleton, N. H., celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage. The Littleton Courier gave a long account of the celebration and a fine appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. Gile, who
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1878
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Willam D. Parkinson
The following military order, issued from Headquarters Department of the Visayas (Philippine Islands), relates to a son of Walter V. Hayt of this class: "Iloilo, Panay, P. I. Oct. 11, 1905.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Leslie P. Snow
With this issue the Secretary takes over the work of William M. Hatch, who has continuously and most acceptably served the class in that capacity since graduation. He does so with a full consciousness that the place held by
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Dr. Alexander Quackenboss has removed from Marlborough St. to his former address, 175 Dartmouth St., Boston.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
All neighborhood news this month, as we have had no letters from the hinterland.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1894
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Henry N. Hurd
At the annual round-up which is held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Matt B. Jones there were present this year the following thirty- eight men: Adams Hall Merrill, C. C. Allen, F. C. Ham Norris Allen, J. E. Hodsdon Palmer
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
On Friday evening, October 25, the night before the Harvard-Dartmouth football game, a joint round-up of '97 and '98 was held at the Parker House, Boston. There were 25 present. From '97 there were Eddie Carr, Frank Drew, Cap
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
In a previous issue the rash promise was made of reporting full details of '99's golf- ing record since the reunion in June. These details, however, are in such constant process of accumulation, and differ so widely according
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The Secretary has just been advised that Harry Sampson has moved from 367 Harvard St. to 5 Fayerweather St., Cambridge, Mass. The notice came too late for the change to be made in the new directory.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
The New York Times on November 8 gave an account of an auction held at the American Art Association—Anderson Galleries, when several valuable books were sold. James F. Drake purchased a first edition of Robert Herrick's
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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John Crowell
Further traces keep turning up of the race of potholeskers. A manuscript recently discovered tells of one "Meat" and his deeds of prowess. Where "Meat" got his ill-omened name does not appear. Perhaps he was fed on pounds and
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Frederick Chase
Brick Reeve's new home is at 26 Stanley Road, Swampscott, Mass. Joe Gilman's daughter, Dorothy, is a freshman at Smith.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Frank Crocket:, who has been in Keene, N. H., for the past two years, has recently moved to Milton, Mass., where three of his children are attending Milton Academy.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1908
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Arthur B. Rotch
Bob and Mary Marsden are spending the winter in Tucson, Arizona, and a post card states that their address is 735 North Euclid Ave., Tucson. Bob has leave of absence from his job as dean of the Thayer School, and he and Mary
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Forty-seven men attended the class dinner at the Boston City Club the night before the Harvard game. Moving pictures of the last reunion were shown, giving many fellows their first look at themselves in the movies, to the
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1910
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Arthur P. Allen
Harold Washburn returned in September from a year's leave of absence. He spent this with his wife and two boys in Paris, spending most of his time at the National Library there.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The class parties at the time of the Harvard game appeared to be unusually successful occasions this year. There was a large crowd at the City Club, about fifty men registering, while at the University Club on Saturday night
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
The executive committee of 1912 held its 21st annual meeting on Monday, November 4, at the residence of Doc O'Connor. Ex-Treasurer Gammons' reports were presented and approved, as were the Secretary's records of past
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
George F. A. Mulcahy is master of the Suffolk County House of Correction at Deer Island, Mass. Recently the Boston Herald printed a series of articles on the principal penal institutions in Massachusetts, and the one on Deer
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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John R. Burleigh
Bob Munson has moved from Albany, N. Y., to Dover, Del., where he now operates the Munson Supply Company, who act as manufacturers' representatives. Dover is a pretty little town bordering the state of Maryland. Its principal
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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W. Dale Barker
From Dick Clarke comes the news that the first fall 1915 gathering was held October 9 at the Dartmouth Club in New York. While no attendance records were broken, there were sufficient present to make worth while a discussion of
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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Jesse K. Fenno
We had planned to report on the Harvard game. Some of the newspapers have beat us to it. So we will not bore you with a lot of chatter you've already heard about.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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John W. White
We did hie ourselves to the metropolis for the Columbia game, expecting to encounter many '17-ers who reside thereabouts, and found ourselves seated beside "Mudge" Mudgett and spouse, but outside of said ex-expert
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1919
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James Corliss Davis
Had this issue closed a week ago we could have written a snappy little bunch of notes filled with that carnival spirit which was so prevalent around Boston after the Harvard game. This week with another Yale game gone West,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allen M. Cate
NED PEAESON again appears in New York after an extended absence. This time it's the Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company—and he is a tax accountant. Married January 12, 1929.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrick Brown
The football season has formed the background for some good 1921 parties, and one of the best was staged in Boston the night before the Harvard game under the able guidance of "Permission Dan" Ruggles. Thirty-five members of
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1922
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Framcos H. Horan
We have referred before to Kris Kristeller's practicing law in White Plains (N. Y.). He is the filling of Graves, Kristeller and Teale, attorneys and counselors at law.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
LY HARDING 47 VERNON ST., BROOKLINE, MASS.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
In memoriam to the fifth, or perhaps it's the ninth, life of the writer's derby, the following is written. Bill Pawcett descended from the upper reaches of the Yale Bowl, at the time when the air was bluest, and swung on the
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1925
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Douglas Archibald
Fred Smith takes the book-of-the-month as the correspondence prize for this issue, his epistle to the Secretary being the only one received during the last thirty days. Of course Fred had something to write about, as his engagement
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1926
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Charles D. Webster
"Pipe the sweethearts parading," muttered the agrarian, and ten thousand Latvians shuffled off the stage in a frenzy, 1929 model with sidewheel louvres. At this the Latvians took off their masks, and who were they? "Yes, who
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Roy Milliken
Today is Sunday, and yesterday was the date of the famous Brown-Dartmouth set-to, as a result of which the superiority of the Indian was even more conclusively established. But be that as it may, the '28 contingent was minute,
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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F. W. Andres
These have been very busy days for all of us, but not too busy to prevent us from running into each other during our moments of relaxation. Beside us at the Harvard game, way up there in the top row of the colonnades, sat Jack
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