Issue: 19300801

Friday, August 1, 1930
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Thursday, June 19, 2014
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PUBLISHED FOR THE ALUMNI OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE NEWS
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The Clark School
The Clark School
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HEGEMAN-HARRIS
HEGEMAN-HARRIS
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THE VERMONT PRINTING
THE VERMONT PRINTING
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THE BOOK OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS
THE BOOK OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS
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advertisement
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578
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ALUMNI ADVICE
ALUMNI ADVICE
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CAMPION'S
CAMPION'S
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VACATIONISTS
VACATIONISTS
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Table of Contents
Table Of Contents
Table of Contents
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CONTENTS for August, 1930
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Article
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Newcomers Among Our Contributors
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DR. JAMES A. SPALDING '66 is one of the oldest living graduates of the College. Dartmouth gave him an A.M. degree in 1891 and his Alma Mater honored him with a Litt.D. in 1928. He is a graduate of the Harvard Medical School,
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Article
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The Class of 1880
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IN 1880
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581,582,583
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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584,585,586,587,588
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Again Among the Hills
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Arthur Dewing
FOB alumni returning in a period of transition the journey back to Hanover is always shadowed by persistent doubts. They will find again the camaraderie of sometime undergraduate companions: friendships of long standing will be
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589,590
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Dartmouth's Intellectual Life
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Professor Henry M. Dargan
The Department of English
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590
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Dartmouth Round-up, November 26-30
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The Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Pacific Coast, which includes the alumni of San Francisco and vicinity, are completing plans for the Round-Up to be held at the time of the Stanford-Dartmouth game November 29. The game will
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591,592,593,594,595
Article
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My Love for Languages
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Dr. James A.Spalding '66
Dartmouth honored itself in honoring the author of thisarticle two years ago with the degree of Doctor of Letters.Prominent in Maine for more than sixty years as aphysician his interest in all things intellectual and hisrare and distinguished
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596
596,597
Article
Study for the Love of It
The Nature and Potentialities of the Senior Fellowship
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Jerome Pearre '30
(.Another of the Senior Fellows reports on his work)
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598,599,600
Article
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Physical Oversight of the Undergraduate
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Dr. John W. Bowler
ORGANIZED education began with the sole function of developing the mental equipment of the individual. It is not within recent years that there entered an appreciation that the efficiency of this mental development was later
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601,602,603
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Debating at Dartmouth
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E. V. Simrell, Faculty Advisor
DEBATING at Dartmouth, as in many similar institutions, has sloughed its old skin and not yet completed the job of growing a new one.
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June News of the College
Trustees Hold June Meeting
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The trustees of the College convened in Parkhurst Hall on the Saturday morning during Commencement for their regular June session, with a full attendance. Reports were made by the chairman of the executive committee and by the
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June News of the College
Alumni Association Meeting
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The annual meeting of the Association of Alumni of the College was held immediately following the serving of the annual Commencement Alumni Luncheon in the gymnasium, June 16. Clarence G. MeDavitt 'OO presided as president of
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June News of the College
Alumni Council Meets
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The Alumni Council met for its June session in Hanover on Friday, June 13, the following members being present: New England States Victor M. Cutter '03 Guy C. Richards '96 Arthur A. Adams '94 Middle and Southern
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June News of the College
REPORT OF THE ALUMNI FUND COMMITTEE
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F. H. LEGGETT '98
In reporting for the Alumni Fund Com- mittee Mr. Leggett, who is completing his second term as chairman of this important branch of Council activity, went into some detail concerning the present standing of the Fund and the
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605
605
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June News of the College
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE SELECTIVE PROCESS
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V. M. CUTTEK '03
In reporting for this committee Mr. Cutter first emphasized the value of the efficient work done by the Alumni Council, and the alumni at large, who are asked to aid councilors in participating in the operation of the Selective
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605
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June News of the College
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ALUMNI PROJECTS
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PHILIP S. MARDEN '94
The item of business which had been referred to this committee at the previous meeting of the Council was reported upon by Mr. Marden. It had been previously voted by the Council that a booklet to be known as "Post Dartmouth"
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June News of the College
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS
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G. C. RICHARDS '96
"Go-to-College Days" have previously been a subject of discussion in Council meetings. In reporting on the work of this committee Mr. Richards said that Dartmouth had been represented at the majority of "College Choosing Days"
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June News of the College
REPORT FROM THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL
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L. G. HODGKIN3 '00
In reporting for the Athletic Council Mr. Hodgkins presented a tabulated statement of the receipts and disbursements for the year and the records of the various athletic teams.
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June News of the College
REPORT OF THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE
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Reporting for the committee Mr. Priddy presented the following names of officers and committees for the year 1930-31: President F. H. Leggett '98 Vice-President W. W. Grant, Jr. '03 Secretary S. C. Hayward '26
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June News of the College
Degrees Awarded
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Honorary degrees were conferred upon eight men at the exercises of Dartmouth's 161st Commencement. At that time 419 seniors received their degrees of Bachelor of Arts and advanced degrees in course were awarded to seven men. The
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June News of the College
WILLIAM D. KNIGHT
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Upright in character, forceful in personality, and industrious in habit, you have won and held the confidence of your constituency. On basis of your record you have been invited by professional associates to participate with
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607
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June News of the College
DR. WILLIAM GERRY MORGAN
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President of the American Medical Association; physician, and authority upon diseases of the digestive tract, the prestige of whose knowledge and skill extends far beyond national boundaries. Respected as a teacher and
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607
607,608
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June News of the College
DR. JESSE KREKORE MARDEN
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Of New Hampshire and Dartmouth lineage, your own career continues the noble service of your father in the work of Christian Missions in Turkey; by ability as a physician and through skill as a surgeon among the racial groups of
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608
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June News of the College
TIMOTHY COLE
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Extraordinary in talent and preeminent among the American wood engravers, recipient of the world's highest awards and prizes for supreme accomplishment within your sphere, author of standard monographs upon the lives and works
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June News of the College
WILLIAM GILLETTE
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Distinguished exponent of the most human of the arts,—for more than half a century among countless thousands of your fellows you have added to the fascination of the stage and have won affection and respect for yourself. Your
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June News of the College
THOMAS WILLIAM PROCTOR
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Today the College expresses in formal and public way its affection and regard for you as a gentleman and a scholar which cumulatively have been yours for more than half a century. Prominent in the undergraduate life of your
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June News of the College
THOMAS NELSON PERKINS
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Independent in judgment, wise in counsel, and distinguished in accomplishment; the range of your interest and the quality of your attainments are attested by the high positions to which you have been summoned in industrial
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608
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June News of the College
CHARLES VINCENT MASSEY
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Representative individually and responding instinctively in your own nature to those characteristics and obligations which pertain officially to a Canadian Minister in Washington that he be an Ambassador of Peace; educator and
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June News of the College
Prize Song Chosen
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Announcement was made recently by President Hopkins that the award of $1,000 for the best musical setting for the poem, "Our Liege Lady Dartmouth," had been given to Rob Roy Peery of Salisbury, North Carolina. A committee of
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June News of the College
OUR LIEGE LADY, DARTMOUTH
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Up with the green! Comrades, our Queen Over the hill-tops comes to convene Liege men all to her muster. Easy her chain! Blithe be her reign, Queened in our heart's love, never a stain Dimming her 'scutcheon's lustre! Up with
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June News of the College
'80 Wins Cup
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The Class of 1894 Cup which is awarded annually to the class having the highest percentage of its graduates in attendance at the Commencement reunions was presented this year to the class of 1880 which had nineteen out of
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June News of the College
Prof. McWhood Honored
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At its recent Commencement exercises, Columbia University publicly awarded to Professor Leonard B. McWhood, of the Dartmouth College Department of Music, a Columbia University medal. These medals are conferred on "outstanding
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June News of the College
Prizes Awarded
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Announcement of prizes and distinctions awarded to undergraduates during the academic year 1929-1930 is made herewith: Barge Gold Medal Original Orations Seniors Henry Irving Kohn, New Haven, Conn. Class of 1866 Original
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June News of the College
Gifts and Bequests
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Gifts and bequests received by the College during the academic year 1929-30 amounted to approximately a million and a half, according to a summary prepared by the bursar. The largest single sum received was that on the account
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June News of the College
Valedictory to 1930
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At the baccalaureate service held in Rollins Chapel, June 15, the Reverend Benjamin 5,000.00 Washburn '07 delivered the baccalaureate sermon and President Hopkins gave his valedictory address to the graduating class. Dr.
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June News of the College
On the Fellowships
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The following editorial concerning the Dartmouth senior fellowships, entitled "June's Most Unusual Degrees," was printed in the Boston Transcript June 16:
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June News of the College
MRS. CHARLES F. RICHARDSON
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E. J. B
Notice of the death of Mrs. Richardson in the latter part of May must have carried sorrow to many graduates of the College.
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612
Article
The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
For one hundred and sixty Junes, Dartmouth senior classes have banqueted, practiced marching order, attended receptions, become reminiscent, and have been graduated, but we like to think of this class of 1930 as the only one
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
Palaeopitus
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Thirteen juniors are chosen each spring to form Palaeopitus, our closest medium between administration and undergraduate. In their flannels and unassuming white hats, Palaeopitus directs class hazing and rushes, special trains,
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The Undergraduate Chair
Shorts
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Little St. Stephens College on the Hudson River in New York State donned shorts. Said the Dean, with official dignity, "I am very sorry to find that some of my more childish men see fit to imitate, ten days late, Dartmouth
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The Undergraduate Chair
Editorializing in "The Dartmouth"
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We print the following with no other comment than that we heartily agree with it and ask all fathers to ruminate over it for a moment: "Some [Dartmouth students this summer] will pull on overalls and punch a time clock in
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The Undergraduate Chair
The 1930 Aegis
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This column is not especially interested in mediocre publications, elections and other news to a degree other than a mere mention unless we feel they are of real interest to Alumni. When a product such as the 1930 Senior Aegis
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Barrett Cup
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Dartmouth's greatest single honor goes each year to that senior whom the upperclassmen choose as most likely to succeed in the outside world and to whom is awarded the Barrett Cup. Honored this year was Harold Ellsworth Booma
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The Undergraduate Chair
With the D. O. C.
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We like to think of the Outing Club as typical of our New England forefathers who from Plymouth spread into the wilderness about them, establishing outposts from which they again sallied forth ever unsatiated. Thus does the
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The Undergraduate Chair
Wet-down
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The Daily Dartmouth often comments on the decrease of campus enthusiasm for traditional ceremonies such as hazing, class fights and hums; but we think that Wet-down this year came back with a bang. The parade to the stump of
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The Undergraduate Chair
Milestones
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Dartmouth Business Board 1932: business manager, C. R. O'Brien '32, Upper Montclair, N. J.; advertising manager, K. R. Kendall '32, Rochester, N. Y.; circulation manager, M. Burden, Jr., Sewickley, Pa.; service manager. A. E.
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Midsummer Musings
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Phil Sherman
FOB those alumni who are far away from Hanover—those who work in far off China, in Singapore, in Paris, London and up in the Arctic circle—this story is written, and while we swelter in the midsummer heat of cities listen to a
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Summary of Athletic Scores
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THE UNOFFICIAL STAFF Designated "The Three Musketeers of the Manhood Factory (Alumni Gym) by a genial member of the recreation staff; the picture contains, left to right. orm Goddard, "Jock" Gilbody, and "Bill" O'Neil.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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FAMOUS HANOVER WALLPAPER
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
A BRAVERY OF EARTH
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F. L. Childs
By Richard Eberhart '26. London, Jonathan Cape, 1930. 128 pages.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Dr. H. Meltzer and Professor E. M. Bailor
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Nelson Lee Smith
Dr. H. Meltzer and Professor E. M. Bailor are the joint authors of an article entitled "Sex Differences in Knowledge of Psychology Before and After the First Course," reprinted from the Journal of Applied Psychology for April,
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
EMERSON: THE ENRAPTURED YANKEE
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Harold Blodgett
By Regis Michaud, Harper and Brothers, New York.
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624,625
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Books By Dartmouth Men
RELIGION AND CONDUCT
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William Kilborne Stewart
. The Report of a Conference held at Northwestern University, Nov. 15-16, 1929. The Abingdon
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625
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Books By Dartmouth Men
THE CURVE OF SOCIETAL MOVEMENT
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J. W. Young
A study of the nature of Sociologyin the light of The Positive Politics of Auguste Comte. By McQuilkin DeGrange, Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College. The Sociological Press, Hanover, Minneapolis, Liverpool, 1930. 214 pp.
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626,627,628,629
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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Alumni Notes
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
The fifty-fifth reunion of the class of '75 was a success in every way, and a most enjoyable occasion for all of those who were fortunate in being present.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Willis McDuffee
The fortieth anniversary reunion was one of the most enjoyable which this class or any other has ever had. There was throughout a spirit of comradeship and a spontaneity in all the activities which was notable. Twentyfour
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Fifty-six men, twenty-nine wives, fortytwo children, and nine guests met at Hanover for our Twenty-fifth. The class supper at the Inn Saturday evening, followed by a dance at the Gym, a picnic (with 1910) at the Lake Tarleton
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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H. K. Davison
The purpose of the following class notes is to inform two-thirds of the class who were unable to attend Fifteen's Fifteenth Reunion of those who were able to enjoy the fine program and exceptionally happy reunion at Hanover.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Jimmie Vail
Twenty's Tenth in Thirty has come and gone and if anyone who was present thought that it wasn't a success, we haven't heard about it. All Friday afternoon Jimmie Vail and Al Prey were busy exchanging uniforms for checks. The
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1873
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Rev. Samuel W. Adriance
On January 7, this present year, Freeman Putney received, fifty years to a day from the time he began his school work in Gloucester, Mass., two especially cherished letters. One came from the school board of Gloucester, whose
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1873
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Henry W. Stevens
Dr. Herbert S. Hutchinson referred to in the following despatch is a member of the class of 1875.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Two members of the class were present at the Dartmouth winter reunion in Boston. Four members, as reported, were at the Brooklyn gathering of '76 in March. Peabody, Stimson, and Woods were together at the Dartmouth April
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Dating from the first of June, C. M. Goddard's address was changed from Plainfield, N. J., to 19 Prospect St., Summit, N. J.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
The Boston papers of June 6 announced the appointment by the Finance Commission of a committee of three experts to probe into the reasons for the increase in cost of the public schools of Boston from $6,000,000 in 1918 to
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1886
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Leslie P. Snow
Henry Hall Hanson is vice-president and comptroller of the International Railways of Central America, the great and prosperous system which operates in Guatemala and San Salvador. With over eight hundred miles of trackage in
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Blakey and Kittredge were not burned out in the conflagaration which swept Nashua in May, although Blakey suffered some loss on the destruction of an industrial plant in which he was interested. Blakey attended Commencement, as
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
The principal speaker at the laying of the cornerstone of the Puller Memorial Hall, at St. Johnsbury Academy, July 5, was Rev. Ozora S. Davis, D.D., a graduate in the class of 1885. Among the other speakers were Henry J. Fuller
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Willis McDuffee
Senator Moses, after a trip to each of the states where a senator is to be elected next fall, is to establish his headquarters as chairman of the Republican senatorial campaign committee in Concord about August first. He will
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
A special edition of the Milford, Mass., News contains an interesting article by Superintendent of Schools A. 0. Caswell on the educational system of the city, showing its development in the 19 years he has held his office.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1894
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Henry N. Hurd
Nunc Norris is spending the summer at his cottage in Camden, Me. By September he plans to be fully recovered from the illness which kept him from his office in the spring. This illness, by the way, was a blessing in disguise to
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
Jim Pringle has been appointed commissioner of the State Department of Education of New Hampshire, to succeed Ernest Butterfield, who has resigned to assume the Connecticut commissionership. Both Pringle and Butterfield have
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
Professor Fletcher Harper Swift of the School of Education of the University of California at Berkeley delivered an address in connection with the exercises commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
Tim Lynch had to go without a sabbatical this past year, but he managed to travel a little at that. He and "Detta" have moved into the next house, at 25 St. Alban St., Dorchester. Six rooms on the first floor, heated, with
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Gibbons announce the birth of a daughter, Edith, on April 27, 1930.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
T. Wood served as one of the bearers at the funeral services in Middleboro, Mass., for Albert Henry Washburn, late United States minister to Austria.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
In the College Bulletin issued on May 8 the name of J. M. O'Connor of Salem, Mass., is given as one of six juniors who have been awarded the much-coveted senior fellowships for next year. He is the son of our Jack O'Connor.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Last month we reported the foresting efforts of Earl Wilson up in the state of Vermont. Some years ago Ned Kenerson became interested in the planting of an apple orchard in Newbury, Mass., and has since developed his holdings
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Betty Newick and Frank Peyser played their revered fathers to a standoff on 36 holes of golf at the reunion.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Prof Francis L. Childs
Linda Brackett, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Brackett, was born in Hanover on June 13.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Helen Foster and daughter Lois sailed on June 28 on the North Cape Cruise, on the Calgaric. The cruise takes them to Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. They land at Dantzig, going to Oberammergau for the Passion Play, and
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1908
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Arthur B. Rotch
Warren F. Hale, the elongated forester of '08, devotes much of his life to efforts to prevent New Hampshire forests from burning up. In June he made photographs and prepared a report on a burned area in Portsmouth. It
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Hal Pratt writes that he hopes "to sojourn in Hanover during a few days in June, going up with a 1925 boy for his Fifth. Will report if their deportment does not conform with the high standard of a certain other class." We
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1910
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Arthur P. Allen
Art Lord, in his travels for Ginn and Company around Massachusetts, sees most of the class in this vicinity who are teaching. He dropped into the office this morning, and among other things told me that Frank Morrissey has been
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
David Hedges, our class baby a title which perhaps he will not now appreciateis entering college this fall after a successful year at Tabor Academy. He is spending the summer as a counselor at a boys' camp in Boulder, Colo.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
Mr. and Mrs. Randall G. Burns extend a very cordial invitation to all classmates to visit them at their new residence, 130 East 40th St., New York city.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Yick Nutt and Ralph Bauman represented the class at the annual golf outing of the Dartmouth Club of New York at the Green Brook Country Club over in Jersey. No prizes came their way, however. Collin Wells was one of the
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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John R. Burleigh
Doc Carleton has moved from Woodhaven, N. Y., to Laurelton, also New York, and can be found at 224 139 th Ave. He is still magazine editor.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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John W. White
TOURING TOWLER
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1918
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Fredrick W. Cassebeer
Curt Tripp writes that he was up to Hanover for this year's Commencement. He reports that he found 1918 represented as usual by Groves and Booth, and by Tom Proctor, who came late to see his father receive an honorary degree.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1919
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James Corliss Davis
This fine summer weather there seems to be very little of interest to report. Either no one is doing anything exciting, or they're doing so many things that they haven't time to tell us.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allan M. Cate
Unfortunately a number of questionnaires arrived too late for publication in the class report, which was mailed June 1. A few of these letters follow. Others will be included in the fall issues of the MAGAZINE. If you failed to
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrick Brown
Still the honors come the way of our Werner. A recent New York newspaper review of a concert by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra said:
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Mr. and Mrs. George Moore welcomed a son on May 15; weight, the conventional six and one-half pounds. The lad will probably be named George Thompson Moore, Jr
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. J. Spaulding
The '24 Hour Notice has reached you by this time, unless it fell out of the envelope on the way. No alibis are offered for several obvious errors. There are a couple of mistakes that are improvements, in fact, though not
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1926
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Charles D. Webster
Herm Trefethen's store in Huntington Park, Cal., burned, and Herm went to Pasadena to become manager of the S. H. Kress Company's store in that city. Beverly is the eight-pound daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trefethen. Herm has caught
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1927
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Doane Arnold
We have now been out of college for just three years. In fact the "Turrible Thoid" is a thing of the past, the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared away. Over the weekend of June 15, some sixty loyal sons of '27 either
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Roy Milliken
Well—this time we'll get down to work without a lot of verbal foliage, which ordinarily serves to distend the column and supposedly camouflages the lack of honestto-goodness hot dope. For it so happens that we have some stuff
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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Frederick W. Andres
There is a great deal to be said, and, thank the Great Spirit, plenty of time in which to scratch it into the records for the tribe. We feel rather ashamed of the last few letters that have appeared under the '29 column, and
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
To date, some 210 replies have come in in response to the well-intended but extremely illiterate letter which your harassed scribe sent out during the post-examination letdown. That isn't such a very good percentage of the 450
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