Issue: 19311201

Tuesday, December 1, 1931
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December
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Articles
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PUBLISHED FOR THE ALUMNI OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Display Ads
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THE CO-OP
THE CO-OP
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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 December, 1931
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New Contributors
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MODERN SKI TECHNIQUE is the first published article describing the method of skiing taught by Otto Schniebs. Mr. Schniebs came to this country from Germany in 1929. He had been for some years head instructor of the
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GEORGE FISHER BAKER, 1840-1931
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THE PORTRAIT NOW HANGING IN THE TOWER ROOM, BAKER LIBRARY. IT WAS PAINTED BY F. O. SALISBURY IN 1929. MR. BAKER PRESENTED IT TO THE COLLEGE IN THAT YEAR.
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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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Sports
Modern Ski Technique
Modern Ski Technique
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OTTO SCHNIEBS and JOHN W. MCCRILLIS
Introductory Conditioning—Equipment—First Skiing Lesson
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A Working Library
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IN 1870, Edwin David Sanborn, Professor of BellesLettres and Librarian of Dartmouth College, who according to the record, inherited from his lovable, gentle, handsome mother a tendency to flesh and humor wrote in his annual report:
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News of the College
New Selective Feature
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A new feature of the selective process by which a few outstanding applicants for admission will be selected a full year in advance of their entrance was announced this month by E. Gordon Bill, Dean of Freshmen and Director of
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News of the College
New Scholarship Founded
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A bequest of $10,000 to Dartmouth College for the establishment of a scholarship in memory of her husband was published recently in the will of Mrs. Sally Markoe Merrill, who died October 11. Mrs. Merrill was the widow of
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News of the College
Medal for Ray Comerford
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(From the Boston Transcript)
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News of the College
Owen D. Young Appeal
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Owen D. Young
Owen D.Young, chairman of the committee on mobilization of relief resources appointed by President Hoover, in a letter published November 17 urged Dartmouth men to attend the charity games to be held in the Yale Bowl December
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News of the College
Dartmouth Night
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Dartmouth Night was celebrated in Hanover Friday, November 13, with all of the traditional accompaniments, including the bonfire on the campus, the torchlight parade, and the visit to the President's house to cheer President
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News of the College
Enrollment Figures
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Interesting figures answering the question so frequently asked of late as to whether many undergraduates were unable to return to College this year because of lack of funds were given recently in the weekly "Bulletin" sent out
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News of the College
Curriculum Changes
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Two changes having to do with requirements for the bachelor's degree were proposed at the last faculty meeting by the Committee on Educational Policy and were approved by the faculty. At the same meeting a regulation was.
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News of the College
Dartmouth-Stanford
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The plans for the Dartmouth-Stanford party in connection with the football game November 28 indicate, at the time the MAGAZINE goes to press, an interesting program extending over two days. The two main features of the occasion
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With the Outing Club
A Promising Winter-Sports Team
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S. B. Dunn
WITH each successive winter, Dartmouth's reputation as a "Winter Sports College" increases by leaps and bounds; while each season sees an increase in the popularity of Winter Carnival. Overshadowed, perhaps, by these two
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With the Outing Club
PROSPECTS FOB A GOOD TEAM
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Prospects for this year's team are better than ever, for seven of the lettermen of last year's squad are again available. M. G. Tucker '32, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, is captain of the 1931-32 team. For three years Tucker has
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With the Outing Club
RECREATION SQUAD
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The trio of intercollegiate champions is completed by T. D. Mann '33 of Quechee, Vt., Downhill Ski Champion. Other letter men still in college are W. T. Dewey '33 of Quechee, Vt., and R. P. Goldthwait '33 of Hanover, N. H., both
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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W. H. Ferry '32
With football practically out of the way, we sit back and think. Curiously enough, although the week-ends have had all that peerade week-ends traditionally have, it wasn't- of them that we thought. Rather, it was of Hanover, the
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The Undergraduate Chair
Winter-Conscious
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W. H. Ferry '32
In retrospect, it does seem rather a shame that we must take all things here in such a gulp during these months. It is a case of rushing here, there, and all over in an attempt to take all things in, meanwhile missing most of
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The Undergraduate Chair
Jacko: Fellow in Trivia
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W. H. Ferry '32
As a matter of fact, we're pretty stuffed with pride just about now, for even the Jacko, than which there can be no funnier magazine (see ad.), has condescended to recognize the humble critical role in which we endeavour to act.
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The Undergraduate Chair
Revolt for Revolt's Sake
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W. H. Ferry '32
Things are a bit hazy in our minds just now. Sometimes we think that we are too liberal, and at other times we think that we're not liberal enough. We always thought that a spirit of unrest ought to accompany any A-one
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The Undergraduate Chair
Curriculum Change
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W. H. Ferry '32
We hesitate to comment on the change in the curriculum which has been made. The average student reaction, we should guess, was slightly unfavourable. It seemed a ceding away of old things, a retrogression rather than a
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The Undergraduate Chair
Something Novel in Fires
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W. H. Ferry '32
The afternoon of the riot, we forgot to tell you, gave us one of the most colorful fires this year. With all due respect to the nursing staff of Dick's House and the Hospital, it must be confessed that the Nurses' Home has for
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Light Touch in the Press
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W. H. Ferry '32
If you'll recall, we've been on a quest for a light touch around here for some time, and not only the light touch which that inestimable Jacko can give. The Dartmouth keeps harping against our significance, and then harps for
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The Undergraduate Chair
Carlos Sanchez
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W. H. Ferry '32
In answer to a need felt for a sort of supervised self-expression, Mr. Carlos Sanchez '23 has come to the college as an instructor and general helper in all branches of pictorial and plastic art. He has had a most enthusiastic
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The Undergraduate Chair
Houseparties
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W. H. Ferry '32
Festivities this fall were entered into with bated breath, for they seemed experimental more than anything else. Just by the bye, two or three houses didn't have parties—the first concrete expression of depressionism up here in
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The Undergraduate Chair
DO YOU KNOW THAT?
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W. H. Ferry '32
The Dartmouth is the oldest college newspaper in America . . . the intramurals this year have been better organized and attended than ever before . . . there is even a feeling that they will sooner or later supplant the 'big
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The Undergraduate Chair
MILESTONES
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W. H. Ferry '32
Green Key, 1933: Arthur F. Connelly, John Francis Donovan, Henry Lawrence Durgin, Chandler Hagen-Burger, David Lincoln Hatch, Raymond Edward Peck, Jr., John Koch Smart, Thornton Withers Snead, John Frank Trost, Way Thompson.
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
With Phil Sherman
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If you look into the record books of 1931, you will find that Dartmouth, in its past three games won one, lost one and tied one. That is what the record book says and that is the cold, impersonal viewpoint of the matter. None too
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Following the Big Green Teams
The Old-Time Religion
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The Columbia game left the team and the student body in a mire of despondency. We who had been writing football deplored the apathy and lack of spirit on the Dartmouth campus. But suddenly there was a rebirth of the old-time
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Following the Big Green Teams
No Words for That Yale Game
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There is no way to write the story of that Yale game. It might be put down chronologically, score, by score, and yet that would not tell the tale of breath-taking suspense, wild runs and the twin spectres of Wild Bill McCall
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Following the Big Green Teams
Dartmouth Scores First
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Down at Yale you can take all of your predictions, write them out on paper and burn them up, for that is their value. After a scoreless first period, Bill Morton kicked a placement goal on the second play of the next period,
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Following the Big Green Teams
Yale 33—Dartmouth 10
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It was a little balm in an oasis of gloom, for Yale immediately picked up two more touchdowns. Lassiter, subbing for Booth, dashed 51 yards and his teammate, Williamson, took it over, and at the start of the third period
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Following the Big Green Teams
Wild Bill Outfoxes Wee Albie
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No one was stopping the pounding feet of Wild William this time. For 63 yards he ripped down the field to plant the ball in the end zone and bring the count up to an impossible 33-30. It was McCall's third touchdown of the
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Following the Big Green Teams
33-30, and Morton Kicks
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The hush fell down across the Bowl like a velvet drapery shutting off some wildly modernistic painting. It was a deathly hush as the ball shot back from center to McCall who was kneeling on the ground. McCall caught it deftly
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Following the Big Green Teams
Harvard
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So Dartmouth moved on to Harvard and Stadium. Harvard undefeated; Barry Wood, the Phi Beta Kappa athlete, and the Crimson tide by the Charles. The experts made Harvard the favorite and said that Eddie Casey's team was unstoppable.
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Following the Big Green Teams
Morton-McCall-Touchdown
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He twisted to his left, dodged a Harvard man and was away for the touchdown. No wonder they sing the praises of this man McCall in Hanover! Morton missed the try for point, and the score was Dartmouth 6, Harvard 0 before the
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Following the Big Green Teams
Morton's Toe, the Savior
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This time Morton faded into his end zone and kicked. The ball was a zooming spiral which floated over the amazed Crickard's fingertips and went bounding merrily up the field to be recovered 70 yards away. What a kick!
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Following the Big Green Teams
Suspense Instead of Thrills
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It was a queer game in that there were no thrilling plays but instead a stifled suspense all afternoon. We were used to seeing the Dartmouth line hold by now and it was just an Oh-Lord-How-Long attitude. The Stadium clock was
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Following the Big Green Teams
Cornell
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We had been studying the Cornell schedule for a week. The Ithacans, rated as the East's strongest team, had won six straight games, including a 33-0 walloping of Princeton and a 13-0 defeat of Columbia, Dartmouth's nemesis of
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Following the Big Green Teams
W. H. M. + W. T. M. = 6 Points
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Then Morton dropped back and tossed an over-the-line forward to Wild Bill McCall who caught it in the end zone with utter disdain for the Cornell backs who were surrounding him.
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Following the Big Green Teams
Cornell Non-Plussed and No Wonder
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Cornell was non-plussed at this turn of events, and the next punt carried only 15 yards. Morton was the master at this stage and the first play that Bill called was the old looping pass which Wild Bill McCall caught on the
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An Earned Game
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And even as the game waned with the versatile Les Handleman throwing passes it took a super-human lunge by Bill Morton to batter these tosses to earth and insure the Dartmouth victory. Cornell had showed the hardest set of
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Freshman Football
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The third successive undefeated freshman football team concluded its season November 14 with a grimly eked out 3-0 victory over a strong and threatening Princeton team on the Nassau field. It was in the third period that Captain
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Following the Big Green Teams
Soccer
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Romping through the dark red ranks of Cornell to a 4-0 victory, the Green soccer team concluded a season which was more successful than the column of victories stacked up against the column of defeats would indicate. Led by
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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ANOTHER IMPOSTOR
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Quatrain
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Geprge Carmine Vilante
Applause the mailman never shares,No glory round him hovers,But on his stoic bach he bearsThe destiny of lovers.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Joseph Hawley, Colonial Radical
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Robert E. Riegel
By E. Francis Brown '25. Columbia University Press, New York, 1931.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
HOW TO BE HAPPY THOUGH HUMAN
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C. N. Allen
By W. Beran Wolfe '21. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1931. xvi 391 pages.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
Warren E. Carleton 'l4 is the author
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Warren E. Carleton '14 is the author of "The Sword Fish Fleet" which appears in the October 3d issue of the Argosy.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
Professor J. W. Goldthwait has an article
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Professor J. W. Goldthwait has an article "Bound Rock" in the October 1931 issue of New Hampshire Highways.
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Article
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Rebel
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William Kimball Flaccus
At death my soul will not rise on the wings of a dove
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Directory of Alumni Associations and Classes
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THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION Founded in 1854President, J. FRANK DRAKE '02. Vice-Presidents, BASIL O'CONNOR '12, DONALD B. ALDRICH '17. Secretary, SIDNEY C. HAYWARD '26. Statistical Secretary, JOHN M. COMSTOCK '77. Treasurer,
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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
CLASS of 1868
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Jesse G. MacMurphy
All but the youngest readers of the MAGAZINE will note with sorrow the death on October 12 of Mrs. Emma Fuller (Pomeroy) Lord, widow of Professor John K. Lord, since she, as well as her husband, was for so many years a vital
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Merrill, writing from Brussels in October, refers to his health as surprisingly good, and adds that in seven weeks since leaving New York he had not seen any one whom he had ever seen in America, and only two or three Europeans
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Dr. John C. Lester has recently been elected a member of the American Medical Editors' and Authors' Association, in recognition of his contributions to medical knowledge.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
A monument fountain, erected in Pocahontas Park, Cero Beach, Fla., by the Rotary Club of that city, in memory of Rev. Charles H. Pettibone, D.D., was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies early last March. The monument,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1880
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George A. Dickey
The Secretary has received from Will Smith an appreciation of Charles H. Strout, from which the following is a liberal quotation:
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1882
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William E. Strong
Boston papers today (November 4) announce the sudden death yesterday in Portland, Me., of Mrs. Mary Little Thompson, widow of Dr. John Franklin Thompson '82, who died eight years ago, having come to be one of the leading
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1886
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Hon. Leslie P. Snow
Prof. Edwin B. Frost has been at the Billings Hospital, Chicago, for treatment for some acute abdominal trouble since October 28. He is reported as decidedly better. Allen P. Richmond, M.D., after following his profession at
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1887
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Emerson Rice
Bradley attended the marriage of his daughter Helen at Omaha, Neb., October 29, to Rev. Michael Kurlak. The young couple will reside at Timbiictoo, French Soudan, French West Africa.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
At Marias Pass, in the town of Summit, in northwestern Montana, on the continental divide of the Rockies, there was dedicated, on October 25, the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Obelisk, authorized by Congress and erected in honor
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1890
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Willis McDuffee
The Secretary and his wife had a most -enjoyable over-night visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Woods, at their beautiful home in Wellesley, Mass., the night before the Harvard game, and then drove in to see the game with them.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Francis M. Banfil in the October 31 issue of the Boston Transcript describes the evident religious devotion of a robin who regularly "bears witness to God's presence," by an attendance at the consecration of the mass at St.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
For five years McDuffee has been the '92 representative on the Alumni Fund. During each of those five years the class has exceeded its quota, and has had more than 100% of contributors. It is a wonderful record which bears
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
President and Mrs. Guy W. Cox, who remained at their Chichester Brook Farm, Pittsfield, until after Columbus Day, are now at the Hotel Somerset, Boston, for the winter.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
There was a class dinner at the University Club, Boston, Friday evening, November 6, with the following attendance: Appleton, Balch, Boyd, Maurice Brown, Chase, Chesley, Christophe, Drew, Holt, Maloney, McEee, Morse, Noyes,
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The '9B round-up held November 6 at the University Club in Boston was a real success. There were over thirty who sat down to a good supper a little after six. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bartlett, Mr. and
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
Last spring Dan Ford was forced on account of ill health to give up some of his teaching activities at Lake Forest College, Illinois. It's good news, therefore, to know that Dan is back on full time duty this fall. This is not
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The following letter from John Warden contains so much interesting news that we are printing it for members of the class who are not so fortunate in being able to see people as Dr. and Mrs. Warden. They never lose touch with the
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
The following Potholeskers were found at the Harvard Stadium on November seventh: Nat Batchelder, Bucky Bates, Artie Bolster, M. R. Brown, Ned Burbeck, Vic Cutter, Tubby Edwards, Harry Fitts, George Gage, Charlie Hall, Meat
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Harry B. Johnson has become associated with the banking house of F. L. Putnam and Company, 111 Devonshire St., Boston. He will be connected with the Springfield office at 1387 Main St.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1905
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Arthur E. McClaby
C. C. Hills continues his report of his New England inspection trip of last summer:
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
On the evening before the Harvard game the class of 1906 held its annual round-up and dinner at the Parker House in Boston. Only nine men were present, the smallest gathering we have ever had on this occasion, but those
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
We mourn the loss of another member of
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
Andy Scarlett—depression proof collector and Chem. Prof, at Hanover—has consented to act as class agent again next year. That means continued success for 1910. By the way, Mr. and Mrs. Andy are doing a good job contacting
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
It appears now that Cap Hedges is a triplet or some such thing. At any rate the Cedar Rapids Gazette and Republican, in a recent feature story, tells how Cap and two other Cedar Rapids men look so much alike that they are
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Uppermost in our thoughts as these notes are penned is the game at the Yale Bowl on October 31. A large number came up from New York, and many went down from Boston and vicinity. The class seats were widely spread around portals
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
Max Wilcox claims to be one of the few remaining general practitioners of medicine. He was recently seen by many bear and caribou in the wilds of the Maine woods. Either Max did not see them, or his marksmanship was poor, as
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
Your Secretary was fortunate indeed to be in Chicago on Monday, October 19, for then it was possible for him to attend the alumni luncheon. Though the official organ does not so credit him, yet he was there with Joe Cheney, Ken
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1917
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John W. White
YALE GAME
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1918
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Ffredrocl W. Cassebeer
On the occasion of the hilarious Yale game at New Haven one caught glimpses of such Eighteeners as Curt Glover, Louie Lee, Dave Skinner, Ernie Earley, Dutch Oppenheim, Derosier, Ev Young, Jay LeFevre, Wart McElwain, and others
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1919
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James C. Davis
It wouldn't surprise us a bit if football were to break up the depression. All through the year there hasn't been anything much to talk about except the depression, but now along comes the good old football season and everybody
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
Mr. and Mrs. LOWELL HOLWAY announce the arrival on October seventh of Lowell Junior. Weight not released.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1921
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Herrocl Brown
The New York crowd of Twenty-oners began the 1931-32 season of class dinners with a party at the Dartmouth Club on Friday, October 30, the night before the Yale game. Ye sec. had to miss the party, but Vice-president Rex King
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
Another year, another typewriter ribbon! In apologizing for the 100% absence of '23 news in the preceding two issues, your correspondent is reminded of poor Roy Riegels, the West Coast footballer, who ran the wrong way and
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
It's quite possible that a long neck is the only thing which saves reportorial ability where a football game is in progress. Either the class is assigned a section two rows deep and half a mile long, or your correspondent gets
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
Jim Adams has forsaken the bright lights of Broadway for the city of culture, and is now enrolled at Harvard Law School. He is living at 16 Hilliard St., Cambridge. Telephone: University 1251-M.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
The following is the second of a series of letters written by each member of the executive committee to the class. In the next issue, Clarence McDavitt will tell us of his contacts with 1926 members about Boston.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1927
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Doane Arnold
We regret that no 1927 column appeared in the November issue. However, as no news whatsoever reached our ears or eyes between September 10 and October 10 it is perhaps not surprising that we found too much difficulty in
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1928
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LeRoy C. Milliken
This is going to begin without any salutation and end without any conclusion, for the Secretary has a smart cold that sneezes from a head the size of a balloon a few yards away from where it was the day before yesterdaythe
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1929
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Frederick William Andres
This has been an exceedingly lean month for class news in spite of a trip to Hanover over the week-end of October 10, and a nervewracking afternoon at the Harvard Stadium just yesterday. We haven't had time to notice during the
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
This is early in November—amazingly early in November for us to be getting at these class notes—and the campus outside looks like Little America, what with this evening's considerable snowstorm. It was an evil night for the lads
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
The ball is rolling beautifully. The postman's my chum. And nothing but "time on my hands" to relay*it to you. When there's word from you'se guys, this job is a pleasure.
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REPORT OF THE TREASURER OF THE CLASS OF 1931
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October 15, 1931
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Lettter from the Editor
With Other Editors
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When Romeyn Berry, Cornell graduate manager, gave up his weekly column in the Cornell Alumni News there was sorrowing among Cornellians and also in the ranks of those outsiders who had grown to anticipate the arrival of the News
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