Issue: 19300101

Wednesday, January 1, 1930
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Newcomers Among Our Contributors
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PROFESSOR CHARLES R. LINGLEY of the Department of History is known to a]] Dartmouth men of recent years. A native of Worcester, a graduate of Worcester Polytechnical Institute, he took his advanced degrees at Columbia
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WHEN HOOPS WERE SKIRTS
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When wickets arched upon the Green And mallets clicked in play, Deportment ruled our fair demesne And smiled upon—Croquet.
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Lettter from the Editor
Editorial Comment
Editorial Comment
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For opinions which appear in these columns the Editors alone are responsible
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
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Professor Charles R. Lingley
The Department of History
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And They Say Students Aren't Religious!
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James F. McElroy '31
The accusation 'that American students are not consciously pious in this age may have a certain amount of truth in it but the accusation falls down when it tries to specify that college students are not interested in religion. The application of religion to active Christianity, the conducting of athletic and Bible classes in communities near Hanover, the holding of entertainments and socials, the furnishing of help to needy people, all these things students do. In addition they act as Santa Claus to needy children, and make their welcome visits on skis. There are about 100 students enrolled in this work in the D.C.A. alone, and groups of students in each of the Hanover churches carry on separate programs of their own. Beaver Meadow, for example, is a community that has been served by members of St. Thomas Episcopal Church for many years.
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Dartmouth's Tribute to Belgium
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Professor Leon Verriest
Dartmouth men who contributed to the fund for the rebuilding of the library of the University of Louvain, destroyed during the War, will be gratified at seeing this picture of the Dartmouth Stone at the entrance to the new building. Professor Verriest writes President Hopkins about it.
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A Decade of Dartmouth on Moosilauke
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Robert Scott Monahan
Conquering mountain peaks is fart of the work of the Outing Club, and the accomplishment at Moosilauke is the beginning of the conquest of other mountains. Alumni who are out-door minded will find a visit to Moosilauke a delightful experience in the summer or fall when the trails are easy to follow.
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They Tried to Keep Dartmouth in Connecticut
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Isabel Foster
When Wheelock proposed moving his school from, Lebanon, the members of the church in Lebanon Crank parish (now Columbia) sent him this heart-moving message. But Wheelock had put his hand to the plow and would not turn back.
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Alumni Choose U. S. Lines
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THE United States Lines and the American Merchant Lines have been designated as the official Intercollegiate Alumni Steamship Lines, according to an announcement by Edward T. T. Williams, managing director of the Intercollegiate
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Indian Oratory
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Jason Almus Russell
In this article Mr. Russell, a student of the ways of the redmen, has presented much material of value in the study of Indian Culture. It all has a Dartmouth significance particularly the portion dealing with Samson Occom and the Indian reply to Ralph Wheelock.
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More About The Dartmouth Crew
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Boating at Dartmouth
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Along the Trails
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Craig Thorn, Jr. '31
THE equipment of the Dartmouth Outing Club has grown so rapidly in the past few years that undoubtedly few alumni are acquainted with the extent of its system of trails and cabins. There are now seventeen cabins and over 150 miles
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December News of the College
Gift from Mr. Chrysler
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The College has received the gift of the entire series of photoplays, "The Chronicles of America," which have been produced by the Yale University Press Film Service and which have received wide distribution throughout the
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December News of the College
New Buildings
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As winter descends in earnest upon Hanover the trustee committee on the development and maintenance of the plant, headed
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December News of the College
Fraternity Scholarship
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The following survey of the scholastic standing of Dartmouth's 26 fraternities for last year is quoted from Mr. Robert C. Strong's Alumni Bulletin:
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December News of the College
L. J. Heydt,'26
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The New York Herald Tribune
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December News of the College
Manchester Dinner
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Pres. Ernest M. Hopkins was a guest of honor and the principal speaker at a dinner of the alumni of Manchester (N. H.) and vicinity Dec. 10. The banquet, largely attended, was held at the Hotel Carpenter. J. Fredrick Larson,
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December News of the College
Dartmouth and "Oil's Birthday"
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References are often seen to the close connection of Dartmouth to the beginnings of the oil industry. The New York Sun comments editorially under the caption "Oil's Birthday."
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December News of the College
$185,000 for Dartmouth
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According to an Associated Press dispatch dated New York, December 18, a fellowship fund for the College to the amount of $185,000 is provided in the will of Dr. R. Melville Cramer of the class of 1877. The gift has been
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December News of the College
G. E. Fellowships
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The Charles A. Coffin Foundation, established some years ago by the General Electric Company, has announced that applications are now being made for the Coffin Fellowships for 1930-31.
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Sports
Following the Green Teams
With Phil Sherman
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At this time of the year, there is practically nothing left of the football season except the usual All-America teams and post-mortems over what should and should not have been done in various games.
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Following the Green Teams
Basketball Starts
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At this writing, the basketball team has played only two games, and as both were won by large scores, one does not know exactly how to size up the Green organization. Dolly Stark's men trounced Vermont and Brown, scoring over 60
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Following the Green Teams
And Hockey
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For some reason or other, hockey has been in an uncertain state, partly because a majority of the team are football men, and partly because we did not like to stand around in the frigid air surrounding Occum
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Following the Green Teams
Other Things
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Coach Tommy Dent's soccer team finished out their season which could not have been called successful from the won and lost percentage, although they have the satisfaction of holding teams like Harvard and Yale down to a minimum
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Following the Green Teams
Basketball
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Dec. 11. Vermont at Hanover 14. Brown at Hanover 20. Fordham at New York 21. C.C.N.Y. at New York 23. Syracuse at Syracuse
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Following the Green Teams
Swimming
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Jan. 11. Brown at Hanover 18. Syracuse at Hanover
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Following the Green Teams
Football
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Sept. 27. Norwich University at Hanover
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Following the Green Teams
Hockey
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Dec. 21. Yale at New York 27. University Club at Boston 30. Toronto at Boston
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Albert I. Dickerson
With the coming of early December snows, alternating with early December slush, the undergraduate Beau Brummels get out their ski boots, and the black-and-white shoes and pastel sweaters and passionate color harmonies
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The Undergraduate Chair
BACK TO NORMALCY
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Albert I. Dickerson
After the house party football game, the College breaks up from its stadium unity, and becomes simply a community of some two thousand young men sociably pursuing knowledge in small groups, with valiant fits and spurts, and
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The Undergraduate Chair
HURRAY FOR FOOTBALL
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Albert I. Dickerson
Football, although so frequently worried about as a menace, is one of the most cohesive factors in college life. After the football season, the College never gets all together in one place. The Webster Hall offerings, basketball,
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The Undergraduate Chair
INTELLECTUAL ACTIVITIES
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Albert I. Dickerson
Interesting intellectual things have been happening right and left, in this busy three weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas, with a profusion that is almost metropolitan. Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick was here under the auspices
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
The November 15th issue of the Library Journal contains an article
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The November 15th issue of the LibraryJournal contains an article by Frank P. Hill '76 entitled "What shall we do with our old Librarians?"
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Books By Dartmouth Men
THE CHILD-CENTERED SCHOOL
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R. A. B
By Harold Rugg '08 and Ann Shumaker. Here is a revolutionary volume. The protestants against the formal and systematic school have found able and logical spokesmen in Professor Rugg and Miss Shumaker. The authors seem to
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Books By Dartmouth Men
THE DARTMOUTH MURDERS
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David Lambuth
By Clifford Orr '22, Farrar and Rinehart, New York.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
Volume three of the Dictionary of American Biography, published
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Volume three of the Dictionary of American Biography, published by Charles Scribners Sons, contains a sketch of President Francis Brown by Professor W. A. Robinson. "Developed Lessons in Psychology Including Objective Tests
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Books By Dartmouth Men
A CHALLENGE TO MODERNISM
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Harold E.B. Speight
TheIntelligible World: Metaphysics and Value. By Wilbur Marshall Urban, Stone Professor of Philosophy in Dartmouth College. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1929, 479 pp.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
THE STORY OF SAN MICHELE
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H. E. West
From time to time, members of the Faculty will suggest books of the nonfiction type which they consider interesting reading. Such suggestions should be sent to Harold G. Rugg, literary editor of the Magazine.
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THE TRAGIC ERA
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Charles L. Lingley
THE REVOLUTION AFTER LINCOLN. By CLAUDE G. BOWEKS, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston. 1929.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
J. RAMSAY MACDONALD
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L. H. Evans
LABOB'S MAN OP DESTINY. By H. HESSELL TII/TMAN, Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York. 1929.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
RECENT RELIGIOUS LITERATURE
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Two books should be read and re-read: The Nature of the Physical World and Scienceand the Unseen World by A. S. Eddington. The long looked for masterly treatment of the vexed problem of the relation of science to religion has
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RELIGION AND COLLEGE
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William H. Wood
The question of the relation of religion to education in our colleges is now receiving much attention. Four books have recently appeared: Character Building in Colleges by W. A. Harper; The Effective ChristianCollege by Laird T.
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GEORGE HARVEY
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David M. Amacker
"A PASSIONATE PATRIOT." By WILLIS FLETCHER JOHNSON, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1929. (With an Introduction by Calvin Coolidge.)
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ELECTRICAL UTILITIES
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H. S. Raushenbush
THE CRISIS IN CONTROL. By WILLIAM E. MOSHER and Others. Harpers, 1929.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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AN UNKNOWN INDIAN
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Obituary
Deahts
Deahts
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Alumni Notes
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1861
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Major Edward D. Redington
The Alumni Editor finds the following in The Congregationalist of November 28, and tenders his congratulations to Major Redington, his friend of many years:
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Edward C. Stimson has removed his home from Denver, Colo., to La Jolla, Cal., to promote the health and comfort of Mrs, Stimson, his professional and business interests remaining in Denver.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
George W. Bartlett writes from 625 Park Lake Ave., Orlando, Fla.: "I was driven out of Chicago by the weather. I intended to stay until November 1, when my youngest son, George W., was married to Miss Kathleen Marquis of
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
George R. Harlow of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, announces the marriage of his daughter Dorothy to Mr. Benjamin R. Bevins, November 16. Members of the class will recall the bride as one of the two daughters Harlow brought to our
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1881
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Rev, Myron W. Adams
Myron W. Adams, who retired July 1 from the presidency of Atlanta University, with which institution he was associated forty years, has since his retirement completed the manuscript of its history, which will be published soon.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Mrs. Charles L. Carpenter is residing in Boston during the winter, with address at 2 Brimmer St.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Ralph Bartlett arrived in Boston at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, October 26, and attended the annual "after-the-game dinner," sponsored by the men of '87, but generously including members of contemporary classes. His coming was a
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
In the moments which he has to spare from collecting the '92 Alumni Fund, McDuffee has found time to prepare, with an associate, a third-year Latin book, which has been published by Ginn and Company. It is a most attractive
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Up to the last minute it looked as though our membership in the Every Month Some Items Club was not to be long-lived; but just as the deadline loomed up in front of us, Mr. and Mrs. William Rice Jarvis of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1894
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Henry N. Hurd
Matt Jones and Mrs. Jones entertained the class at their home in Newton Center, Mass., the night before the Harvard game, in accordance with the custom graciously established and maintained by them for the past fifteen years
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
A pleasant little dinner party consisting of a group of '98 men and their wives occurred during the football season. The participants were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marden, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bartlett, Dr. and
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
It is hard to keep ex-presidents and exsecretaries down. Louis Benezet has to head the column this time. He's been re-elected superintendent of schools at Manchester, N. H., for another term of six years. He's been elected
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Dr. John B. Warden has been transferred to the U.S.B.V. Hospital in Minneapolis, Minn. He is living in a house just a few steps away from Lake Nokomis. The house is between the lake and Minnehaha Palls, which were made famous
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
The 1901 family gathered at the Algonquin Club, Commonwealth Ave., Boston, following the Harvard game, and that is just what the party was, one big family, growing closer and dearer to each other as the years go by. The
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
There is a regular gathering of 1902 men for luncheon (12:30) at the Dartmouth Club in New York city on the third Wednesday of each month. Out-of-town members of the class who chance to stray into the city at that time are urged
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Miss Elsie C. Brewer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brewer of 292 Marlboro St., Boston, was one of the debutantes elected to the Vincent Club at its fall meeting.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Frederick Chase
Here are three eager applicants for the reunion! Cy White reports that he saw Ike Maynard, Toots Balph, and Bill Blatner last summer in Detroit, Cleveland, and Chicago respectively, and they will all most emphatically be at
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
The annual dinner held on the night before the Harvard game at the Parker House in Boston was as successful as it always is. The following members of the class were present: Whittemore, Warton, E. A. Thompson, Swasey, J. T.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
From the December issue of the "New York Dartmouth Club Bulletin," we take the following:
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CLASS OF 1908
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Arthur B. Rotch
The class was well represented at the Cornell game in Hanover. No accurate list was made of the 1908 people, but probably a dozen or more were there, with General Knox from Sao Paulo, Brazil, taking the frosted footstool for
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CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Harold Clark, headmaster of the Rumson School, in Rumson, N. J., spent last summer traveling in Europe. Hal dropped his track work when he left college, but thanks to tennis and other out-door activities, looks as if he were
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CLASS OF 1910
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Arthur P. Allen
Hoitt Charlton is now located with Yawman and Erbe Company in Rochester, N. Y., and is editor of their monthly magazine. He enjoys his work there in that city very much, but says that 1910 men are scarce. He hasn't seen any
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CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Word has just been received of the sudden death of "Cap" Duffie, at Oakland, Cal. Cap was stricken with pneumonia and died very suddenly, leaving a wife and four children. His mother and sister made an effort to reach him from
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
Even though the meetings of old familiar friends and faces aren't of long enough duration at football gatherings, still they leave us with a feeling of satisfaction and happiness which even a lost game cannot dispel. This year
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CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
"Dutch" and Ottila with their son Howard are living in Buckingham, Que. "We have been in Canada eleven years now; nine of them have been in Buckingham, a quiet French Canadian town of 4500 souls, 1500 English-speaking only. The
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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John R. Burleigh
Here's news for the boys. John Piane has gone back to school, being enrolled as a graduate student at Tuck School. John was given a surprise party by his fellow townsmen early in October, on which occasion he received many
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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W. Dale Barker
Hopes and wishes for the New Year
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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Jesse K. Fenno
Three new members of the 1916 family have recently been reported: Raymond Forsyth DeVoe, Jr., September 12; George Watkins Greenwood, November 28; and Cole (Livy hasn't sent us his name as yet.)
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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John W. White
There was no gathering of wood from every nook and corner of Hanover; there was no thrilling athletic victory to celebrate; there was no ruthless stripping of pajamas from helpless freshmen as they circled the bonfire; but there
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1918
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Frederick W. Cassebeer
Some time ago we received an announcement of the marriage of Les Merrell to Miss Alice Parker Allen of Framingham, Mass., on the 14th of September.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1919
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James Corliss Davis
For the past few weeks we have seen frequently among the books advertised for Christmas, one entitled "King Spider." Lest some Nineteeners be deceived by this title, thinking it to be a few wild shots at our illustrious
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrock Brown
Since last ye Sec. sat down at this typewriter, he has finally managed to get to one football game, that with the Navy, which was played on probably the coldest day yet to fall to the lot of a frenzied football fan. A year ago
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Walter Gatzert has informed C. I. D. that he is residing at 315 Laurel Ave., Highland Park, 111.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
Let us commence this month with the comments received from Fred Bailey of 33 Overlook Road, Quincy, Mass. Fred married Billie Wilson in 1924, "summered in Maine," and explains that he and the little woman are in regular demand
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Remarkable opportunity for young men, willing, ambitious, with a good aim. Steady long term work, whether you succeed or not. Enjoy your duties. The renewal subscribers to this MAGAZINE from '24 just fell off by a total of 49.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1925
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Douglas Archibald
George Scott was appointed last fall to the staff of the Medford High School, Medford, Mass., as head coach of basketball and of track and field sports. Scotty is an instructor in history there, having gone to Medford from the
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1927
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Doane Arnold
Since the last notes went in we have attended the Allegheny, Harvard, and Yale games, and have seen various Twenty-seven men. The night before the Harvard game we had the usual class dinner at the University Club. There were
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Roy Milliken
What with the birds flying south, mosquitoes and flies becoming scarce, and snow on the ground, it seems like winter was here, or something. That being the case, it might be a fine idea for some of you gentlemen who will be
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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Frederick W. Andres
Just two letters during the whole past month have come laden with news. And Christmas chimes are ringing in the distance. Is that any sort of way to be treating the tribal scribe at this season of the year? Well, it's very
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Lettter from the Editor
A LETTER FROM ED STOCKER
A LETTER FROM ED STOCKER
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"Dear Truman:
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