Issue: 19301101

Saturday, November 1, 1930
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CO NTE N T S for November, 1930
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Among Our Contributors
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS delivered the address, "The College Mind," at the opening of Dartmouth's 162nd year, September 18. Anticipated each year as a distinctive contribution to educational thought the President's address reprinted
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MEMORIAL FIELD
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SHOWING THE STADIUM, DAVIS FIELD HOUSE, ALUMNI GYMNASIUM, SPAULDING POOL, AND THE HOCKEY RINK AS DARTMOUTH KICKED OFF TO COLUMBIA OCTOBER 18
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Editorial Comment
Editorial Comment
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For opinions which appear in these columns the Editors alone are responsible
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EDITORIALS COMMENT ON THE PRESIDENT'S OPENING ADDRESS
EDITORIALS COMMENT ON THE PRESIDENT'S OPENING ADDRESS
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THE COLLEGE MIND
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The College Mind
The Opening Address of Dartmouth's 162nd Year
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President Hopkins
A FREQUENTLY recurring event such as the opening of the college year may become so familiar that its significance will be obscured and sense of its importance will be lost. It is in definite effort to avoid such losses in perception
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The College Mind
TRUE PORTRAITS RARE
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President Hopkins
I often think of this comparison as I consider the American college in conjunction with the widely divergent representations of it and the variety of conceptions which are expressed as to what its purposes really are. There are
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The College Mind
AN ACADEMIC HUNDRED THOUSAND
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President Hopkins
It is to be recognized, of course, that the crises of peace do not formulate themselves so dramatically as do those of war and that consequently they cannot evoke the same emotional response. Neither in peace can the eventual
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The College Mind
FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE IMPORTANT
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President Hopkins
Nevertheless, in emphasizing the college function to develop a habit of mind, we cannot generalize that the college should disregard what for the time being seems to be factual knowledge or that it should give release to its
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The College Mind
MIND VERSUS BRAIN
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President Hopkins
The mind is a very different thing than the brain. A high-powered and aggressive mental capacity is a hazard to social welfare unless it be under the domination of a well-disposed mind. A dictionary definition of the word "mind" is
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The College Mind
WHAT CONSTITUTES CULTURE
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President Hopkins
Another attribute of life with which education in the liberal college must concern itself is what constitutes culture. Today I wish simply to raise question in regard to the validities of certain conceptions of culture not
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The College Mind
OLD CULTURE AND NEW
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President Hopkins
For a long time I have speculated upon the circumstance that while the origins and the development of such institutions of society as the church, the state, and the home have been and are being subjected to the critical analysis of
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The College Mind
WIDENED BOUNDARIES
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President Hopkins
But because of such things, must we, in acceptance of the standards of traditional culture and in development of our aesthetic ideals, be blind to the beauties that present themselves to the observer of Manhattan's sky line from
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The College Mind
LIVING AS AN ART
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President Hopkins
Finally, the conception of culture bred under the influence of the liberal college should concern itself with living as an art as well as with it as a science. For the realization of this ideal, youth must cultivate something more
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The College Mind
EMPHASIS ON CONSTRUCTIVE THOUGHT
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President Hopkins
Upon the generation of men now in American colleges it devolves to capitalize the opportunity offered. The period now passing will prove to have been a blessing in disguise if release from the bondage of habit and convention are
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A College Course for Alumni
A Course in the Department of Biography
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Harold E. B. Speight
In this number and in a few successive numbers the MAGAZINE will present for the benefit of Alumni certain popular courses explained by the faculty members who give them and containing also a list of the books used in each course. Just what response the alumni will make to this experiment is of course problematical, and yet the idea is in the direction of "college after college"; it is another attempt to make'the alumni realize that the college does wish closer intellectual relations with its men after graduation. The professors who will present these courses do so at the request of the MAGAZINE and to them the editors wish to express their gratitude.
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France Again Honors Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tuck
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INDEPENDENCE DAY was celebrated on an unusual scale in Paris this year. For the thousands of Americans either resident in Paris, or there on a holiday, the celebrations centered about two main events: the annual ceremonies at the
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The Class of 1934
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Charles R. Lingley
FOR the first time since the selective process was inaugurated, the annual statistical report about the freshman class must be presented by a substitute rather than by Dean Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Bill are spending a year in Europe,
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Serge Korgueff—Hanoverian
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S. C. Hayward
KORGUEFF will meet to-morrow all soldiers and sailors who desire to learn how to play the violin. He is a master violinist. He was concert master of the Czar's Imperial Orchestra and professor in the great St. Petersburg
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News of the College
Regional Scholarships
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The first award of the regional scholarships, six special four-year awards given to men of outstanding excellence in the entering freshman class, was made this year. The scholarships are $700 each and once awarded will be
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News of the College
Stanford Roundup Plans
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The alumni of Stanford University in and around San Francisco have invited Dartmouth men who will be in town for the Stanford-Dartmouth game to attend a joint luncheon at the Palace Hotel on Wednesday, September 26, the day
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News of the College
Gift of Amulets
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A collection of 55 Egyptian amulets ranging from 4,000 to 6,000 years in age have been given to Dartmouth College by Mrs. Maribel Pratt of New York and were placed on permanent exhibit in the reference room of the Baker
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News of the College
New Dartmouth Etchings
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Louis Orr, the artist who made a set of Dartmouth etchings in 1927, completed during the summer drawings for a new set of Dartmouth etchings which will be completed during the winter and offered for sale next spring. This set
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News of the College
Dartmouth College Booklet
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Dartmouth College, a 48-page booklet describing the purposes, traditions, and the general character of the College, has been published recently and is now on sale. Copies of the booklet, which contains many attractive
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News of the College
New Faculty Members
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The new members of the faculty at the opening of college numbered forty. A list of them, containing a summary of their academic degrees and previous experience, follows together with a list of the men returning from leave of
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Building Operations
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Building operations in the College proceeded throughout the summer and early fall, and at the opening of College the new Tuck School plant and the new Woodward-RipleySmith dormitory group were ready for occupancy, and
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"What Do You Like?"
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The class of 1923, through its secretary Truman Metzel, has compiled information through the medium of a questionnaire designed to ascertain what the greatest interest of alumni in the MAGAZINE may be. The result of this
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News of the College
Vermont Alumni Meet
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The Dartmouth alumni of Vermont held their annual dinner at Randolph October 8. President Hopkins was the principal speaker on the program which followed dinner at the Randolph Country Club. Prof. Charles A. Proctor 'OO
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News of the College
Latest Dartmouth Movies
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The third release of "Dartmouth College News" of the past year is now being shown by alumni clubs and associations throughout the country This number of the series of three releases of last year consists largely of movies of
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News of the College
Address by President Printed
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An address by President Hopkins on" New England Youth and New England Industry," given before the New England Council at its quarterly meeting at Providence, Rhode Island, last March, has attracted such widespread interest that
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54 SONS OF ALUMNI IN CLASS OF 1934
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Boy's Name
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Registration Figures
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The final registration brought the total enrollment of the College for this year, including the Medical, Thayer, and Tuck Schools, to 2323. This number also includes 17 graduate students.
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Henry Melville '79
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As the MAGAZINE goes to press word comes of the sudden death of Henry Melville '79, one of Dartmouth's best. He will be missedby the classmates who survive him as their long-time secretary, by the College he loved as its
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to The Editor
Letters to The Editor
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INFORMATION WANTED
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Craig Thorn, Jr.
Hanover during the week before College opens is different from Hanover at any other time during the year. For returning upperclassmen it means a few tranquil days of renewing friendships, of discussing summer experiences (for
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FRESHMAN HAZING AND RULES
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Palaeopitus, sensing that the moment was ripe for Dartmouth to adopt a more mature attitude toward the freshman class, decided to abolish all freshman hazing, with the exception of the Delta Alpha parade between the halves of
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The Undergraduate Chair
SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN RUSH
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Evidently as an attempt to subdue the spirits of the freshmen the sophomores turned out in a larger number this year for the annual rush—and were outnumbered only about three or four to one, for nearly the entire freshman
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The Undergraduate Chair
YE GLORIOUS SPORT OF RUSHING
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We firmly believe that there can be no system of rushing that will be adhered to by all and will be satisfactory to all. This year illegal sinking was more open than it has been in the past. Although the rules of the
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WITH THE D. O. C.
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Reports from along the Outing Club front point to several interesting developments. The summer crew working steadily all vacation have left the chain of cabins in unusually fine condition. In some wallboard has been put in for
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D. C. A. SWINGS INTO LINE
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The Dartmouth Christian Association has been unusually active this fall with freshman advisors, feeds, and smokers and their rural school work. It is surprising how much student talent can be unearthed by the D. C. A. for their
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SHORTS
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New England's only rural-minded college, as we were termed last spring when shorts appeared here, has given up the fad of abreviated pants. The fad has been cast aside but the practical use of shorts still remains, and they
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BYRD COMES TO TOWN
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The state Izaak Walton League during the summer in the ever discouraging pursuit of funds for conservation purposes hit on the scheme of inviting Rear-Admiral Byrd to speak in the stadium at Hanover on October 13, Columbus Day.
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THE DARTMOUTH PICTORIAL
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Since its first number five years ago, the Dartmouth Pictorial has earned popularity until it has attained a ranking position among the undergraduate publications. And the small body of alumni who have become acquainted with
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MILESTONES
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Palaeopitus: J. R. Warwick '31. Green Key Fall Elections: G. H. Bladworth, W. C. Brister, W. E. Britten, J. G. Byram, R. D. Cleaves, G. M. Hubbard, G. N. Orcutt, A. Rowe, G. C. Sawyer, A. B. Stollmeyer, E. A. Toothaker, J. A.
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
With Phil Sherman
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This is the hardest football story to write each year. The reason for that statement is obviously the difference between the time that this issue appears and the time that this article is written, for the hopes of today may be
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Following the Big Green Teams
Biggest Score in History
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Norwich traditionally opened the season and the 79-0 score was a surprise from many angles. In the first place it goes into the record books as the worst beating ever suffered by the Cadets in twenty-five years of relations with
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Following the Big Green Teams
Bates and B. U. Lose
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Now about the football team. In the subsequent game with Bates, Dave Morey's boys surprised everyone by holding Dartmouth to a 20-0 score, but reserved the biggest surprise for their next game when they defeated Norwich by a
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Following the Big Green Teams
Material New and Old
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Dartmouth started the season with the veteran backfield combination of Bill Morton, Len Clark, Shep Wolff and Henry Johnson. There was a second backfield which was composed of Bill McCall, and his successor Eddie Toothaker,
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Following the Big Green Teams
The Line
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Getting back to the present, the Dartmouth line is replete with old faces. Again Capt. Harold Andres and Ping Ferry are the center men, with giant Gay Bromberg and Hank Barber still on deck as guards. Stan Yudickey, one of the
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The Dartmouth Attack
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The Dartmouth attack of this year started off as a replica of last year's offense, and most of the observers wondered if Morton were again to carry the burden On alone. During the Norwich game, the plays all went to Morton and
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Following the Big Green Teams
On to Stanford
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The thought just came to me that I will write my copy for the January MAGAZINE in California, for I hope to be under the sunny Western skies until December 15 when the copy is due.
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Following the Big Green Teams
Soccer
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The Dartmouth soccer team is always in the difficult position of playing second fiddle to football during the entire Fall, and yet this year the Big Green hooters have every reason to be able to stand on their own feet as an
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DARTMOUTH 52 COLUMBIA 0-DARTMOUTH 7 HARVARD 2
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Since the main part of this article was written the Dartmouth team, after having a 52-0 field day against Columbia, went down to Cambridge where it was "raining icicles" and decisively beat Harvard in a tense and slippery game which
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Alumni Publications
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Herbert H. Duffy '20 is the author of "William Howard Taft, a Biography" published by Minton, Balch & Company. Professor Leonard D. White '14 of the University of Chicago is the editor of "The Civil Service in the Modern State.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL PROCEDURE
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W. A. Robinson
By Crawford Morrison Bishop, Ph.D. '06. This useful and scholarly treatise is a doctoral dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Political Science at Columbia University in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the
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Books By Dartmouth Men
END OF ROAMING
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Herbert F. West
By Alexander Laing.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
Faculty Publications
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Thomas Nelson and Son of New York are the publishers of a new edition of Samuel Butler's Erewhon. This edition is edited by Professor William A. Eddy.
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THE BOOK OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS
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N. L. Goodrich
By John Anderson & Stearns Morse. Minton, Balch & Company, New York, 1930.
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Lettter from the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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THE CREW SITUATION
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JOSH BILLINGS SAYS
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At the commencement of the football season, the following monody on that sport by the eminent philologist, Josh Billings, is appropriate: "I never saw a real prize fite, I saw a fut-ball game. First a man kiks the ball;
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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
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
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G. R. Ridlon, M.D., Sec'y
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington began to do a little work about three weeks ago trying to get all the men in the Northwest together for a party at Sam Barnes' place on Bainbridge Island. The mails and the
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
DARTMOUTH CLUB OF SYRACUSE
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Ten members of the Dartmouth Club of Syracuse met for a dinner and meeting at the University Club, Syracuse, October 3. There was no formal program, and the gettogether developed into an old-fashioned Hanover bull-fest. Those
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
Answering to the invitation extended by our classmate Nathan Parker Hunt of ManChester, N. H., Dr. James A. Spalding, Portland, Me., Henry A. Kendall, Somerville, Mass., and Henry Whittemore, Waltham, Mass., with Hunt of
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Barton in a detailed and most interesting letter gives the best of proof that he is successfully solving the problem of "retired leisure." In health, with evident activity of mind and body, and with varied interests, time moves
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1880
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George A. Dickey
The class of 'BO attained distinction on its fiftieth anniversary out by winning the cup for the largest percentage of attendance 19 out of 23 living, and covering its quota in the Alumni Fund: pretty nearly nuf sed. 'BO has
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1882
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Rev. William E. Strong
The Secretary has neglected to inform the readers of the MAGAZINE that he has retired from the active secretaryship of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions and has become secretary emeritus. The Alumni
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1886
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Leslie P. Snow
Word has just been received of the death of Elmer F. Botsford at his home at Plattsburg, N. Y., on July 11.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Knight and Howland got together in Canada in September for their annual fishing trip.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1888
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Prof. Fred Lewis Pattee
Miss Hope Gregory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fenno Gregory of Newton Center, Mass., was married October fourth in the First Baptist church of Newton Center to Mr. Courtney Freeland Bird. "The New American Literature" by
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Ralph S. Bartlett has spent about three months of the past summer in Europe. A note sent from Helsingfors, Finland, September 17, shows that he had spent several weeks in Norway and a shorter time in Russia. He expected to
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Willis McDuffee
George B. Young was one of the principal speakers at the conference of commissioners on uniform state laws, held in Chicago August 13. The Chicago Daily News gave an excellent report of his speech, referring to the speaker
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Your Secretary is spending a short and belated vacation in Norfolk, Conn., and has just been jolted by the remembrance that alumni notes need be in by the tenth, which is four days away, and that he has no news to send. He drove
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Hanlan C. Pearson
On the day after his return, with Mrs. Kinney, from a trip into Maine celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary, Kinney fell in the parsonage at Lyme and broke his left leg, necessitating a subsequent long stay in the Mary
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1894
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Henry N. Hued
Jack Allen's class report is a delight. Perhaps it is well for him to discard ad interim the solemn and portentous mien of the jurist, and give his classmates a thriller, full of stimulating and happy things—as this report was.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The Secretary in July stayed over night at the Seaview Hotel on the island of Martha's Vineyard, which is operated by our classmate Montgomery. Let me add, too, that it is operated in a way to give pleasure to everyone who is
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Wakren C. Kendall
The Dartmouth public has been anxiously awaiting the authentic returns from the summer golfing endurance tour of the '99 hunters for the Tim Lynch Golfing Trophy. The tour included most of northern New England and southern
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Ben Greer is serving on the board of governors of the New York Dartmouth Club, as well as being vice-president of the New York Alumni Association.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
Drake University, lowa, at its last commencement conferred the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws upon Dr. Philip Fox, director of the new Adler Planetarium, Chicago.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
The Nation's Business for August contained a most interesting article, "The Classroom Opens a Market," by Stanwood Cobb, president of the Progressive Educational Association. "Stan" showed most clearly how financial aid
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Announcement is made that the American Machine and Metals, Inc., has succeeded to the business of the Manhattan Electrical Supply Cos., Inc., and that Charles K. Woodbridge of Prince and Whitley, formerly president of the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Walter Lillard, Jr., spent the summer in Europe, and has recently taken a position with the telephone company in Providence, R. I.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
Harold Stanton began his duties with the opening of the college year as professor of languages in the University of New Hampshire. Harold, who holds the degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy from Brown University,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Bill Cummings continued his success in making political winners when he managed to a successful conclusion the candidacy of Congressman Wallace H. White for the United States Senate. In the September election the Republicans
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1908
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Arthur B. Rotch
Classmates at the opening football game this fall included Larry Treadway, Art O' Shea, and A. B. Rotch, each with complete complement of children; and of course Bob Marsden. Probably there were others at the Norwich game, but
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Last year about forty turned out for the class dinner the night before the HarvardDartmouth game, and everyone had such a good time that we hope there will be an even larger turnout this year. It is rumored that the mass
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
The response from the special edition of "Tenner Topics" was very gratifying, and it augurs well for future class interest.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The attention of the class is called to a change in the date of Commencement to one week earlier,than was reported to you in my last letter. The date of Commencement is June 12 to June 16, and in connection with reunion it is
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
Bob Belknap, after a short year's residence in New York, has been transferred, and is now in business with the General Motors Corporation in the Hunter Dulin Building, San Francisco. Bob resides at 95 Alvarado Road, Berkeley,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Warren P. ("Babe") Smith has been elected vice-president of J. G. White and Company, Inc., at 37 Wall St., New York city. "Babe" has been associated with White for many years.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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John R. Burleigh
As this issue of the MAGAZINE goes to all members of the class, Scotch and otherwise, we take this occasion to call particularly to your attention, Herb Austin's note enclosed herewith. "It only takes a minute to do the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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H. K. Davison
W. Dale Barker, our esteemed former class secretary, was married September 3 to Miss Elizabeth Jane Macßurney at the church of our former class president, Boynton Merrill. The class was ably represented at the wedding by
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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Jesse K. Fenno
Rog Evans seems to find time to send us all the 'l6 news he has. During the summer he has contributed the following:—On Friday the 13th—of June—my old club, the Blue Hill Country Club at Canton, was invaded by Rog, Cliff,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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John W. White
'l7 MAN ARRESTED AS BANDIT Back in September there was a bank robbery down in Texas, and word was sent out to the police all over the U. S. to be on the lookout for the bandits. It was thought that they had escaped by
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1918
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Fredrick W. Cassebeer
With another summer vacation under our belts we find ourselves again in the throes of a football season. Just about this time, when we who live in the East consider ourselves fortunate to be able to attend either the Harvard or
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1919
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James Corliss Davis
When the newspapers began to fill up with hot dope from the football fronts, we began to feel that as class secretary it was probably up to us to get on the bicycle and start something for the night before the Harvard game. The
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allan M. Cate
Enclosed with this issue is a letter explaining the group subscription plan adopted by the class at the reunion this June. Read it carefully to see just how your account stands and to make sure that you will receive the ALUMNI
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrick Brown
Yes, mates, believe it or not. It is ten years since we members of the grandest class were grand old seniors. And were reveling in our possession of the senior fence. And rejoicing in football victories over Cornell and Brown
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Had Pinney spent his summer holidays in Mexico City, continuing the work begun by Messrs. Rogers, Lindbergh, and Morrow.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
Secretary
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. J. Spaulding
Bob Strong broke the long news drought of the summer with a clipping or two of considerable interest. Freddie Rix holds the presidency of the Hot Springs National Bank, Hot Springs, Arkansas, and thereby becomes youngest
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
TALKING OVER OUR FIFTH REUNION
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1926
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Charles D. Webster
It's never over, folks, it's always going on, get your tickets on the inside, the show's always going on, here they are, folks, it's never over, I say . . . Look just to the right and over the tall gentleman in the opera cape,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1927
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Doane Arnold
With the present football season in full swing, the various games should provide opportunity for many '27 gatherings, impromptu or otherwise. Will each gathering kindly call the meeting to order long enough to elect a secretary
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Roy Milliken
Well, gentlemen, another fall, and ALUMNI MAGAZINES and football games start whipping into shape. Already has the Secretary willingly parted with eight bones in anticipation of the Harvard game, a short three weeks away. But
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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F. W. Andres
Secretary 114 Pleasant St., Arlington, Mass
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
This has been a copious period, verily, since the compilation of class notes for the August issue. Letters have been pouring in lavishly, while those fine. form postcards which I sent out last June continue to dribble in
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Dear Met: I am sorry that I have been so negligent about communicating with you. I had no idea that May, 1929, was the time of the last correspondence with you.
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