Issue: 19300501

Thursday, May 1, 1930
586862
May
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XXII
Thursday, June 19, 2014
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Articles
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Front Cover
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Front Cover
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UNITED STATES LINES
UNITED STATES LINES
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The Clark School
The Clark School
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Story History of Dartmouth
Story History of Dartmouth
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Alumni Records Office
Alumni Records Office
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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CONTENTS for May, 1930
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Newcomers Among Our Contributors
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PROFESSOR FRANCIS LANE CHILDS of the English Department is a member of the class of 1906. He did his graduate work at Harvard and took his doctor's degree there in 1914. He was instructor at Dartmouth 1909-1913, assistant
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IN THE NEW SANBORN HOUSE
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Professor Sanborn's study reproduced on the ground floor with original wall paper, furniture, pictures, chandelier, rugs, clock, bric-a-brac, etc., from Old Sanborn House.
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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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The First Dartmouth Crew
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(Picture from Graphic)
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
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Donald E. Cobleigh
The Department of Music
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447
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OLD ADVERTISEMENT OF A HANOVER MERCHANT WHO BECAME VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
OLD ADVERTISEMENT OF A HANOVER MERCHANT WHO BECAME VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
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448,449,450
Article
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Sanborn House
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Professor Francis Lane Childs
With the housing at Dartmouth of the different departments under roofs of their own has come the creation of anew magnificent domicile for the work of the English department. With the growth of the College and a threatened lossof personal contact
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451,452,453,454
Sports
Football at Dartmouth Since the War
Football at Dartmouth Since the War
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Professor J. P. Richardson
Article III A Post-War All-Dartmouth Team
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advertisement
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A War-Time Team That Carried On—1918
A War-Time Team That Carried On—1918
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456,457,458,459
Article
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Some Memorable Teachers
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Professor E. J. Bartlett
ONLY children carry bouquets to teacher. And they cease from this beautiful custom when they are no longer "dear little things" and when teacher has stopped kissing the bright morning faces. From the time when the little ones arrive
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Article
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One Way to Rebuild the New England Village
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Edgar S. Pitkin '31
The Story of Beaver Meadow
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Article
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The Indian's Revenge*
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(A poem probably more than 100 years old. See letter in letter section)
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Article
April News of the College
Tuck Buildings Named
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The names of the buildings of the new Tuck School group, which is now approaching completion, were announced recently by President Hopkins. The central building will be named for Edward Tuck; the refectory will be called Stell
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April News of the College
1930 Alumni Register
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A new edition of the Register of LivingAlumni of Dartmouth College, supplementing the 1925 edition of the General Catalogue with the addition of five more classes, is now ready for mailing. This up-to-date list of the names and
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April News of the College
OCCUPATIONS OF GRADUATES
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Distribution of Dartmouth College graduates by occupation as listed in the new Register of Alumni. Accounting 124 Actor 4 Advertising 159 Agriculture 97 Architecture 23 Artist 8 Astronomer 4 Athletics 19
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April News of the College
New Movies
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The following schedule has been arranged for showing the second release of the year of "Dartmouth College News," 16 mm. movies of Dartmouth life and activities. This release consists of three reels of winter activities including
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April News of the College
Commencement
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The annual Commencement activities of the College will be held this year beginning Friday, June 13, and running through Tuesday, June 17. The class reunions to be observed in June will be those of all "0" and "5" classes. The
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April News of the College
Dartmouth Diplomat
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Albert H. Washburn, distinguished diplomat who died in Vienna April 2, soon after his resignation as United States Minister to Austria, remained at the time of his death a Dartmouth professor on leave of absence from the
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April News of the College
The Concert Series
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The Dartmouth College Concert Series for next year, as announced this month by Prof. M. F. Longhurst of the Department of Music, includes five fiirst-rank concerts instead of the usual number of four and is considered the best
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
With Phil Sherman
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This is the season which can be rightfully called the experimental stage, for no spring sport has progressed far enough to show the followers any definite trend, and in fact this writer has just returned from a motor trip to
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
SOUTHERN BASEBALL TRIP
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The first lineup showed only one veteran in the infield, and Red Rolfe at shortstop held the unusual position of being the only man in the quartet who had even been in a varsity baseball game at all! He was flanked by Tom Eagan
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
EARLY SEASON SCORES
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To come up to the present, the team lost the opening league contest to Yale by a 4-3 score, being held to four hits by Ned Jennison, a promising Yale third-string pitcher. Four errors by the left side of the Green infield did
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
235 POUNDS OF BARBER
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Only one sophomore has shown enough to be retained as a varsity man, and that is none other than good old Hank Barber, 235 pounds and all, who stepped out in the Dartmouth line last fall to play inspired football. Barber is a
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
WHEN THE CAPTAIN COACHES
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The other outfielders are Howard Harvey, small of stature and fleet of foot, who retains his lead-off position, and either Buckle Downey or Harold Andres. Andres, a good catcher, has been used in the field, for it has been
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
TRYING NEW PITCHERS
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From the above, it can be seen that no game was a walkaway, and the Green team had the satisfaction of beating the Marines just after the Quantico boys had trounced Yale by a 6-3 score. Ward Thompson and Oliver Allen, two
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
PICKEN ON THE INJURED LIST
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The greatest loss the team suffered was the inability of Ed Picken to report. Picken, who injured his foot at the close of the basketball season, was the regular second baseman last year, and following in the footsteps of his
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
TRACK AND LACROSSE BEGIN
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Lacrosse and track have not yet started, and tennis and golf are still in the dormant stage despite the fact that Hanover is thawing out after the winter snows and rains. Tommy Dent has the makings of a good lacrosse team, and
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
BRECKINRIDGE BITES A MINT
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Read in the paper the other day that seniors at college will not have to worry about money if they follow in the footsteps of Bill Breckinridge, ex-Dartmouth pitcher, who received $15,000 from the Athletics for pitching less
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
MYLES LANE AND THE BRUINS
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And there is our old friend Myles Lane, who rejoined the Boston Bruins, professional hockey outfit, and helped them get into the Stanley Cup playoffs. Foster Edwards rounds out the professional trio, for he has been retained as
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
GREEN NINE BEATS WESTEYAN
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The news has come in, as the final proof of this department goes to the press, of Dartmouth's third baseball victory in eight starts at the expense of Wesleyan when the Green took a 8-7 decision at Middletown. Overcoming a 7
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
SPRING SCHEDULES
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VARSITY BASEBALL BART J. MCDONOUGH, Captain KENNETH K. KULL, Manager EDWARD D. GRDEN, Asst. Manager CHARLES M. TESREAU, Coach
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
It is a question who feels the more irritable just before Easter recess the student body or the faculty. Still, there were several highlights of the month; prohibition at Dartmouth via The Dartmouth, the finals of the winter
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The Undergraduate Chair
PROHIBITION
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Two students out of every three at Dartmouth drink, only 16 out of 500 teetotallers refrain from indulging because of legal restrictions, 93% of the drinkers obtain what they want without difficulty, and Dartmouth has voted
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The Undergraduate Chair
WITH THE MUSICAL CLUBS
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Glee clubs and small symphony orchestras are often boring when directors forget to vary the program Dartmouth musical clubs have not always escaped in the past. This year the spring concert was varied and appealing to all.
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The Undergraduate Chair
BEN LINDSAY
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Webster Hall was nearly filled to hear ex-Judge Lindsey speak on the questions of political criminals, companionate marriage, birth control and his own judicial experiences. Although handicapped by a voice that broke
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The Undergraduate Chair
HOLY WEEK
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Dr. Eugene W. Lyman was the leader of Holy Week from Palm to Easter Sunday. Dr. Lyman comes from the Union Theological seminary of New York and is considered one of the leading religious figures of the day. He gave a number of
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The Undergraduate Chair
WINTER INTRAMURALS
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
The extensive program of winter intramurals came to a close immediately preceding the Easter recess. As in many other colleges this type of athletics in which a large percentage of the student body can take part seems to be
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The Undergraduate Chair
CANOE CLUB
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Plans for a new boathouse near the Ledyard Bridge and 100 yards north of the present one are now under way with active construction to take place this spring. The Canoe Club will conduct two Wells River trips, the annual
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The Undergraduate Chair
MILESTONES
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Outing Club Directorate for 1930-31: chairman, C. Thorn, Jr. '31, of Hudson, N. Y.; director of trips, T. S. Johnson 31, of Portland, Me.; director of Cabins and Trails, A. W. Laughton '31, of Hanover; director of secretariat,
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Fraternity, Published Monthly
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Fraternity, published monthly by the Foreign Language Information Service, 222 Fourth Avenue, New York city, is edited by Thomas L. Cotton '17, who is a frequent contributor to the MAGAZINE.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
LABOR AND CAPITAL
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MALCOLM KEIR
By Harwood Laurence Ohilds '19. Ohio State University Press, 1930. Pp. 260.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
"Trends in Greek Organization,"
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"Trends in Greek Organization," by Mr. Michael Choukas, appears in the December, 1929, issue of Fraternity.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
ECONOMICS
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By Bruce Winton Knight, and Nelson Lee Smith. Two volumes. New York, The Ronald Press Company, 1929. Pp. x, 1019.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
John C. Holme '30
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John C. Holme '30 is the author of three articles in Aviation as follows: "The Airport Problem in New York city" in the issue for January 11, 1930; "Surveying the Airport Problem in New York City" in the issue for January 25,
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
The Arts Anthology, a Book of Poetry
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The Arts Anthology, a book of poetry by undergraduates, will be published this spring.
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Books
The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
WHAT IS EUGENICS?
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E. D. Harvey
By MAJOK LEON-AKD DARWIN, with foreword from President James R. Angell of Yale University. Galton Publishing Company, New York. 1930.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
POSTERITY
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E. D. Harvey
By F. W. WHITE, M.D., L. R.C.P. AND S.E., with foreword by Major Leonard Darwin. Gallon Publishing Company, New York. 1930.
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Books
The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
ROBOTS OR MEN?
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Louis W. Ingram
By H. DUBBEDIL.Harper and Brothers. 1980.
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Books
The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
MEXICO AND ITS HERITAGE
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Mcquilken De Grange
By ERNEST GRUENING, The Century Company, New York.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
THE BIRDS OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER NEW ENGLAND STATES
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B. B. Leavitt
By EDWARD H. FORBUSH. SECRETARY OF STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. Boston.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
OBLOMOV
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JR. W. Jones
By IVAN GONCHAKOV. Translated from the Russian by Natalie A. Duddington. The Macmillan Company, New York.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
OUR WILD ORCHIDS
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Charles J. Lyon
TKAILS AND PORTRAITS. By FRANK MORRIS AND EDWARD A. EAMES, with foreword by Oakes Ames, Professor of Botany in Harvard University. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1929.
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The Faculty Finds These Books Interesting
BYSTANDER
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E. P. K.
By MAXIM GORKY. The only piece of real literature that has come out of Russia since the Revolution.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
HERE'S THE SOLUTION
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HERE'S THE SOLUTION
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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Alumni Notes
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION
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H. Davidson, Secretary
The annual dinner and meeting of the Philadelphia Alumni Association was held on Saturday evening, March 8, at the Pennsylvania Athletic Club. Our guests were President Hopkins and Sidney C. Hay ward, both of whom addressed
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE GRAND DIVIDE
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Gilbert L. McDonough 1914
Professor Charles R. Lingley was the guest from the College of the Association at its annual banquet on March 1, 1930, and honored us with a two days' visit. Friday afternoon was devoted to mountain sight-seeing followed by a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF OKLAHOMA
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Arba J. Irvin
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Oklahoma has changed its monthly luncheon date from the last Saturday to the last Monday of the month. The place of meeting is the same—The Tulsa Club.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
The following is taken from the April number of Proceedings of the AmericanSociety of Civil Engineers: "Thomas Pearson Kinsley has been affiliated with the American Society of Civil Engineers longer than any man now living. He was
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1871
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William S. Dana
Mrs. Clara M. (Chamberlin) Atkinson, widow of Dr. George H. Atkinson, who died in 1884, died March 13 at the Mary Hitchcock Hospital, Hanover.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1872
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George H. Fletcher
All members of the class will be pleased to learn that Miss Ruth H. French, daughter of George B. French, Esq., our class secretary emeritus, was elected president of Smith College Alumnae Association, 1929 to 1932. Her duties
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Hill and Abbott (hosts), Tripp and Piper '76, together with Flint and Abbott '71, each of whom had a younger brother in '76, met at the Hamilton Club, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 23, for a reunion and dinner. A quiet but thoroughly
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Mrs. Flora (Pierce) Brown, widow of George A. Brown, died at her home in Everett, Mass., March 30, after a long illness, at the age of 77. She leaves two sons (Nelson P. '99 and James B. '07) and a daughter.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
E. S. Burleigh, who recently underwent a surgical operation at the hospital in Orlando, Fla., is recovering comfortably at his home in Tavares.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
A recent letter from Mrs. F. J. Urquhart indicates her continued residence in Newark, N. J.—street number, 486 Clifton Ave. Her two daughters are married, and each has a daughter. Mrs. Urquhart regrets that there is no grandson
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blackely
Ralph Bartlett exhibited some of his many choice antiques from "Old Russia," 16 Arlington St., Boston, at the International Antiques Exposition, held in the Grand Central Palace, New York city, during the first week in March.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Willis McDuffee
W. P. Boynton is the head of the department of physics in the University of Oregon. He writes that he is sorry he cannot be at the reunion in June, but that everything conspires to make this the one year he cannot get away
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Henry Sylvester Holton passed away on February 11, in Grace Hospital, Detroit, Mich.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Among the obituaries will be found an account of the life of Allen C. Cummings, who died on March 18. The funeral services were held at North Thetford, Vt, on March 20, and the class was represented by Blood and Rogers.
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article
481
481
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
The Secretary was informed of Saben's death (see under Necrology) by Abbott. Classmates and many other friends will be glad to know of Abbott's almost miraculous recovery from the paralysis of the vocal cords which deprived him
4719181_19300501_000078.xml
article
481
481
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1894
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Henry N. Hurd
John P. Gifford sailed February 6 for Europe. Returns about April 20 on the Rotterdam.
4719181_19300501_000079.xml
article
481
481
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
A. A. Bacon is due in this country within the next couple of months. Mrs. Bacon is here now. Bacon's daughter, Mary Frances, graduates from the Mary Hitchcock Hospital this year, and has been engaged to teach there after her
4719181_19300501_000080.xml
article
481
481
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bartlett are motoring among the mountains of Virginia.
4719181_19300501_000081.xml
article
482
482
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
The writer of the class notes for the month is not the Secretary himself; in fact, that is often likely to be the case, because the Secretary'? duties call him north, south, east, and west over the whole country. It is not
4719181_19300501_000082.xml
article
482
482
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Paul Redington is giving a fifteen-minute radio talk on "Wild Life Administration" from station WRC and associated stations of the National Broadcasting System. The American Game Protective Association is the sponsor.
4719181_19300501_000083.xml
article
482
482
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Pa Rollins has been re-elected to the board of selectmen of the town of Brookline, Mass. He ran well as usual, finishing in third place in a field of six. We don't know how long Pa or, we should say, Judge Rollins, has held this
4719181_19300501_000084.xml
article
482
482,483
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Byron Matteson is still following Horace Greeley's advice. Matteson has been a useful citizen of Ogden, Utah, for some time, but a note in the Engineering News-Record of February 27 reads as follows: "B. W. Matteson, senior
4719181_19300501_000085.xml
article
483
483
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Frederick Chase
Plans for the twenty-fifth reunion of the class are assuming definite shape. Hitchcock Hall has been allotted to us for our class headquarters. We are well acquainted with Hitchcock, as we lodged there for our tenth and
4719181_19300501_000086.xml
article
483
483,484
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
The Interfraternity News for February contained a history of the Interfraternity Club of Chicago, from which we quote the following passage relative to our own Nat Leverone, second president of the Club:
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article
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484
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Dick Goode's marriage, which was reported in the last issue, occurred on January 23. The bride was Lillian Moore of 50 Brastow Ave., Somerville, Mass., where the couple are residing at present. On March 11, Dick's father and
4719181_19300501_000088.xml
article
484
484,485
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1908
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Secretary, Arthur B. Rotch
March 10, Bill English, the circuit-riding pastor of 'OB, took a ride 50 miles to the wilds of Geneva, 111., where he was bedded and boarded by Ev Marsh and the Missus. In the evening Parson Bill conducted a revival meeting.
4719181_19300501_000089.xml
article
485
485,486,487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Frank Williams, Fred Carroll, Jake Mason, Clark Saville, Gordon Weinz, Cad Cummings, Harry Floyd, Hal Burbank, Bob Holmes, Dan Watson, Phil Chase, Ingie Fearing and Mike Farley attended the Boston alumni dinner March first, and
4719181_19300501_000090.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1910
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Arthur P. Allen
The feature article in March issue of Material Handling and Distribution is by C. K. Pevear, assistant distribution engineer of the Western Electric Company, which is a reprint of an address delivered by our own Keith at the
4719181_19300501_000091.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The following news item was recently received, which gives us some interesting information about a classmate from whom we have not heard for a long while.
4719181_19300501_000092.xml
article
487
487,488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcie
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of our classmate, Clearton Reynolds.
4719181_19300501_000093.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Don Gilchrist has a tough assignment. The University of Rochester at Rochester, N. Y., is moving the colleges for men and women four miles apart, beginning next fall, and, so as "to help keep the women in their own yard," some
4719181_19300501_000094.xml
article
488
488,489
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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John R. Burleigh
Very probably many of you missed the usual 1914 edition of alumni notes in the last issue. There were two good reasons for the omission. First, there wasn't any news. Second, the Secretary forgot to send it. I trust that the
4719181_19300501_000095.xml
article
489
489,490
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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W. Dale Barker
Before proceeding with the news features of the day, the following suggestions are submitted for your serious consideration and action, namely, that you fill out the questionnaire which you received last February and return it
4719181_19300501_000096.xml
article
490
490
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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Jesse K. Fenno
The bit of news that I should give you this month is about the Alumni Fund.
4719181_19300501_000097.xml
article
490
490
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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John W. White
HUSTLER-RICHMOND
4719181_19300501_000098.xml
article
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490,491
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1918
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Frederick W. Cassebeer
Through the help of a friendly news-forager there has come to us a section of the ColoradoSchool of Mines Magazine for March, in which Tom Campbell (we beg your pardon—Doctor Campbell) has an article on the "Principles of the
4719181_19300501_000099.xml
article
491
491
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1919
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James Corliss Davis
Along with the robins and other cheerful signs of spring the great Ives came to Boston. The tenor minstrel of the Crowell Publishing Company has left Chicago, scene of his many conquests in the battle for agate lines, and will
4719181_19300501_000100.xml
article
491
491
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allan M. Cate
News has just been received indirectly of the death of ALBERT MOUSE YOUNG. AS soon as any definite information can be secured full details will be given. The records indicate that Albert was in South Freeport, Me., at the time
4719181_19300501_000101.xml
article
491
491,492
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrick Brown
Ned Price, barrister, treasurer, and man about town, has shifted the scene of his activities from Reading, Pa., to Chicago, having recently returned to Illinois' leading city to join his father's law firm of Musgrave,
4719181_19300501_000102.xml
article
492
492,493
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Harvey Moses is planning to take a month's holiday in Prance and Italy during April. That puissant banker has been elected secretary-treasurer of the Dartmouth Club of Western Massachusetts. The appointment was framed by a
4719181_19300501_000103.xml
article
493
493,494,495,496,498
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
By way of apology for the appearance of absolutely no news whatsoever in this column in the last issue, this issue contains enough to hold you for the summer, we hope.
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article
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498,499
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
That those of the surviving readers of this column who bestowed answers on the recent questionnaire may rest easy, individual thanks are hereby tendered. Even Pinky Booth, local journalist, penned his replies directly following
4719181_19300501_000105.xml
article
499
499
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1925
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Douglas Archibald
Your plans for next month no doubt include provision for arrival in Hanover on Friday June 13, or before, to stay through the following Monday. If you can't come early, come on time, or even late, and though you can't stay as
4719181_19300501_000106.xml
article
499
499,500
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1926
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Charles D. Webster
We II whip into a couple of marriage announcements so as to let you know that we are all gentlemen of honest intent.
4719181_19300501_000107.xml
article
500
500,501
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1927
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Doane Arnold
Here it is time for some more news to go in for the next issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, all of which means that we are just another month nearer to the terrible, terrific, tempting, Twenty-seven Third. But before we go into the
4719181_19300501_000108.xml
article
501
501,502,503
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Roy Milliken
Well, I suppose you have heard by now the call of spring and Dan Hatch's Alumni Fund suggestion. Outside of agreeing with Hatch-Kimball-Langdell that this proposition is good stuff and deserves your dime, or whatever, I refuse
4719181_19300501_000109.xml
article
503
503
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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F. W. Andres
Tidings from half-way round the worldwhich tell of the fortunes of that adventurousand far-wandered one, Supe Lockwood:
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John Hancock
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The Arts Anthology
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Article
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SOME DEPARTED GLORIES
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Of the seven buildings shown here only one is now standing. Left to right: Culver, the Hall Home, the old Alpha Delta Phi House, the Agricultural College Station, the Watson House (still standing), Hallgarten Hall. The wooden building on the
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