Issue: 19320401

Friday, April 1, 1932
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April
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XXIV
Thursday, June 19, 2014
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
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UNDERGRADUATE NUMBER
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advertisement
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Display Ads
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COLLEGE BOOKSTORE
COLLEGE BOOKSTORE
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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tableOfContents
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Table of Contents
Table Of Contents
Table of Contents
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CONTENTS for April, 1932
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Undergraduate Issue
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THIS NUMBEB of the MAGAZINE is devoted, in its feature section, to student interests. In the belief that alumni would welcome an opportunity to read a carefully selected group of contributions by undergraduates a number of
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Article
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Edward Tuck
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IN OBSERVANCE of the seventieth reunion anniversary of Edward Tuck '62, the June issue will be dedicated to him and to his life-long association with Dartmouth and his munificence in the College's behalf. Dr. Horatio S. Krans,
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A SPRING STREAM
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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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Editorials Contributed by Undergraduates
WAR AND THE NEW GENERATION
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J. M. Clark '32
THE greater part of the present undergraduate body of the College was between four and five years old at the outbreak of the war. This means that they dimly remember the bands and the peach pits and the Victory Loans and the
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Editorials Contributed by Undergraduates
THAT OLD SWEATSHIRT TRADITION
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E. R. Moore '34
No doubt undergraduates ought to thank the alumni for funds generously given and work cheerfully done, but frankly there is something that we are even more grateful for than those very necessary things in a long line of tradition.
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Editorials Contributed by Undergraduates
THE DARTMOUTH DAILY
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E. H. Hymen '33
NOT wholly convinced that the editorial entitled "The College Daily" which appeared in the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE of December, 1931, is broad enough in scope to be honestly typical of the average alumnus' attitude toward the
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Editorials Contributed by Undergraduates
ATHLETICS FOR ALL
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E. L. Barcella '34
SOMEWHERE in the minutes of the Physical Education Department is written this cardinal legend "The Department of Physical Education institutes the following requirement for credit in recreational activities :
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Editorials Contributed by Undergraduates
THE LIBRARY OF RUPERT BROOKE
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W. K. Elaccus '33
ON SKYROS, island in the Aegean, the bones of Rupert Brooke lie under a marble slab. Those of his friends who were not killed in the World War are residing still in England. His books, next to friends and his own supple strength
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Spring Sorcery
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William Kimball Flaccus '33
While ice impells these branches nowTo crystal immobility,The summer memories of each boughIncrease the longing of the treeFor that March day when wind and sunWill strike away transparent greaves,And weld in place of every oneA whispering carapace
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An Undergraduate Looks at His College
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Howland H. Sargeant '32
TODAY THE press is detailing countless innovations in the fields of higher education; people who once disposed of the university or college graduate as an impractical visionary are now developing a live and vital interest in the
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Recommended: A Trip to Mexico
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Bud Carter '32
Photographs by the Author
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Lettter from the Editor
New Hampshire Letter
New Hampshire Letter
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To Certain Men of Science
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William Kimball Flaccus '33
O carrion-eaters, O presumptuous ones, Why do you loot old tombs, expound at length On archeology, dissolve the stones In acid that will catalogue their strength, And gleaming white on antiseptic tiles Marshal the elements in
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The Value of Fraternities to the College
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Robert Coltman '32
No existing institution can be intelligently understood or reasonably criticized without an examination of its history and a survey of the needs which prompted the various stages of its development. Nor is it of any significance
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Back-Stage with the Players
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Robert Guggenheim '33
ANEW standard was set in February when the Players broke with tradition and offered a play instead of the usual student musical comedy selected for Carnival guests.
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"Wildcatter"—A Play in One Act
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James W. Riley '32
Characters: CLIFFORD MAITLAND, a "wildcatter" JACK MAITLAND, his son MARY-IN-TIME, an Osage Indian TIP WHITE, mechanic OLE MILLIKAN, driller SMITHY, tooldresser SAM, negro roustabout BOYD, a "shooter"
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News of the College
Meetings of Secretaries
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According to the custom established with the foundation of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association in 1905 all such representatives of classes and alumni clubs are invited to Hanover as guests of the College for the annual
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News of the College
Cleveland Dartmouth Club
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W. N. Jeavons '19
C. A. Calder '23
W. L. Christman '29
Jay Whitehair '32
The annual banquet of the Cleveland Club was held on February 16. W. H. Bemis '18 presided, and Dean Laycock was the principal speaker. Forty-seven members were present, including H. W. Slabaugh '18 and W. J. Bunnell '22, who
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News of the College
Detroit Dinner
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The annual banquet of the Dartmouth Club of Detroit was held on the evening of February 18 in the new University Club. Dean Craven Laycock, as official representative of the College, was the chief speaker of the evening. The
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News of the College
Council Candidates
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Ballots will shortly go out to all alumni of more than three years' standing for the annual election to the Alumni Council from the Central States district. Owing to the fact that only one nomination was made from each of the
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News of the College
Judge Donahue Honored
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The appointment of Judge Charles H. Donahue '99 to the Supreme Court of Massachusetts has brought widespread editorial approbation throughout New England for Governor Ely's choice. His appointment to the Superior Court in 1924
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News of the College
DONAHUE, J
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"Gov. Ely will be commended generally for appointing Judge Charles A. Donahue a justice of the supreme court, and the most sincere praise will come from those who realize the difficulties involved in such an exercise of the
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News of the College
Football Ticket Survey
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A committee headed by E. K. Hall '92 to review the difficult problem of football ticket distribution has been appointed by President Hopkins at the request of Harry R. Heneage, supervisor of athletics, it was announced from the
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News of the College
Class Agents' Dinners
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Activity on the 1932 Alumni Fund campaign was inaugurated with the class agents' dinners in Boston and New York, March 1 and 2, with President Hopkins in attendance, and in Chicago, March 10, with Dean Laycock present. At the
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News of the College
Dartmouth Plaque
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The Central High School of Omaha, Nebraska, is the winner of the Dartmouth' Plaque which is awarded each year to the secondary school whose delegation of three or more men in the freshman class gets the highest average
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News of the College
Honor Professor Young
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A resolution expressing sorrow at the death of Professor J. W. Young who died here February 17 was received by President Hopkins from the department of mathematics at Lehigh University recently. Professor Tomlinson Fort, head
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News of the College
Special Rail Rates
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Upon application of the General Association of Alumni the several passenger associations of the country have granted the College convention fares for railroad transportation to and from Hanover for the 1932 Commencement.
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News of the College
Chicago Annual Dinner
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The Chicago banquet this year held the evening of February 28 was a highly successful affair despite the fact that the attendance was somewhat smaller than last year. The meeting as usual was held in the Crystal Ballroom of
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News of the College
Wisconsin
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The annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Wisconsin was held on the evening of February 25 at the Hotel Schroeder in Milwaukee, with Dean Craven Laycock present. About 75 people attended, about half of them being
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News of the College
Northwest Association
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Dean Laycock reached Minneapolis on his western tour of alumni clubs February 26. He was first entertained at an informal luncheon on that day followed by another informal gathering in the evening. The following day he was
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News of the College
Omaha
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On February 29, Dean Laycock attended the annual dinner of the Omaha and Council Bluffs alumni. The dinner was held at the Omaha Club and was attended by about twenty Dartmouth men.
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News of the College
Graduate Fellowships
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With the announcement of the awards of fellowships for next year, the award to C. D. Chamberlin '26 of the William Jewett Tucker Fellowship annually awarded by President Hopkins was announced by the President March 15. In
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News of the College
Dartmouth Plates
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Subscribers to the Dartmouth Plates may expect to receive their sets sometime in April, it is hoped early in the month. A delay in delivery has been unavoidable owing to un- satisfactory results in early samples received from
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News of the College
Council to Meet
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As announced following the fall meeting of the Alumni Council at Boston the next gathering of the Council is scheduled for June 17-18 at Hanover. These Commencement meetings will be featured by the annual dinner to be held
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News of the College
Northern New Jersey
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On March 2 the Dartmouth Club of Northern New Jersey met at the Essex County Country Club in West Orange for the first annual dinner. This organization is the outgrowth of the Dartmouth Club of the Oranges and Maplewood,
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News of the College
Philadelphia Association
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The annual business meeting and dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Philadelphia was held at the Hotel Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, February 27, 1932.
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News of the College
Pittsburgh Annual Dinner
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The Dartmouth Club of Western Pennsylvania held its annual dinner and meeting at the University Club in Pittsburgh, Wednesday evening, February 24. A very satisfactory turnout of some seventy men made the evening one of more
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News of the College
Central Pennsylvania Club
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Forty-nine Dartmouth alumni and friends gathered at the Civic Club, Harrisburg, the evening of February 2,5 for the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Central Pennsylvania. Dean Bill was the guest of honor and principal
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News of the College
St. Louis
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A large number of Dartmouth men, parents of undergraduates, and prospective students gathered in the University Club at St. Louis the evening of March 7 to hear Dean Laycock talk on the subject "Dartmouth College." Charles W.
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News of the College
Denver Club
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The annual banquet and business meeting of the Dartmouth Association of "The Great Divide" was held at the University Club, Denver, March 3. John Z. Jordan '20, president of the association, acted as toastmaster. About forty
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News of the College
Distinctive Research
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For separate outstanding achievements in eye-research the Lighting Research Laboratory, General Electric Company, and the department of Research in Physiological Optics, Dartmouth Medical School, were awarded gold medals March
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News of the College
Latest Movies
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The second release of "Dartmouth College News," movie service sponsored by the Secretaries Association, is now ready for distribution. This gives an unusually well balanced picture of College activities during the winter
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News of the College
Bookplate Collection
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A valuable collection of bookplates has been given to the Baker Library by three alumni of the College, P. S. Marden '94, M. B. Jones '94, and V. M. Cutter 'O3, according to an announcement by Professor N. L. Goodrich,
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Spring has followed winter and winter has followed spring with that certainty peculiar to Hanover alone in these months. Spring fever is practically a non-existent condition so far. It hasn't had a chance to get started. A week
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The Undergraduate Chair
Forever and Anon
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As we sat in class the other day we wondered why there was such a fraternal and personal hue and cry after various honours which in the long run came to signify nothing other than that the recipients would continue to be
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Clock
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Then there is that matter of the Dartmouth Hall clock stopping, for the first time in many years, we are told. We are not sure yet whether it was an act of vandalism or not; at any rate, to the intense surprise of many of the
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The Undergraduate Chair
Green Key Prom
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With the blooming success of this year's Green Key Promenade, which was held on the week-end of March 5th, it is virtually assured that it will hereafter be a regular function. Before administrative measures had removed Spring
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Streets of New York
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This is a revival of Dion Boucicault's old-time thriller. It was perfectly proper fare for the occasion, and Warner Bentley continued his uniformly excellent work in his presentation of it. It is unfortunate that an organization
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Maladies
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As this is an undergraduate issue, we will now set the proposition that all colleges have certain conditions and situations inherent in their beings which sometimes bring forth a cure and sometimes bring forth a malady. While we
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The Undergraduate Chair
Cultural Bouquets
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Max Eastman, poet, political commentator, and critic, visited Hanover to give a very entertaining lecture on "Why We Laugh." Before him came Theodore Kuehnemann, who delivered the Guernsey Center Moore Foundation lectures this
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And in Conclusion
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And now in conclusion may we say that the new nine holes on the golf course is commencing to look promising and menacing . . . that the Sigma Chi house is practically finished . . . that the situation [Almost any
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The Undergraduate Chair
MILESTONES
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Sphinx, 1932: Albert O. Snite, Highland Park, 111. 1933: Cornelius J. Corcoran, Methuen, Mass.; John F. Donovan, Norwood, Mass.; William H. Gibbons Jr., Houston, Texas; Henry F. Gump, Everett, Pa.; William J. Hoffman, Lock
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With the Outing Club
Winning the Intercollegiate
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FALL, winter, or spring—the Outing Club program functions continuously. But it is the winter season that is most intimately associated with the Club's activities. About Carnival and the Senior Mount Washington trip as focal
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With the Outing Club
College Championships
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Snow conditions, or rather lack of snow conditions in the vicinity of Hanover necessitated the transfer of the ski events of the College Winter Sports Championships on Feb. 21-22 to Moose Mt., where but seven miles away ideal
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With the Outing Club
Alumni Carnival
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The Alumni Carnival has been sponsored by the College in past years to encourage alumni to return for winter sports at some week-end when special attention can be given them. The Outing Club assumed the management of this
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With the Outing Club
Winter Trips
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The usual winter trip program was somewhat handicapped this season with enough snow to make hiking wintry, without the conditions to make skiing feasible all along the chain. Regular official trips, however, were sent to Mt.
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
With PHIL SHERMAN
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The winter season is over, and we have learned the folly of boosting a team too soon. The crash of the Dartmouth basketball team was one that was heard round New England, and the Green pennant contenders, who had seemed so
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Following the Big Green Teams
Basketball
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H. H. Hubbard '32
As you remember, the Dartmouth basketball team jumped away to a 4-0 lead in the Eastern League before the season was half over. It appeared from a cold analysis of the team that Dolly Stark had a wealth of material, and we
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Hockey
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The hockey team was faced with the prospect of not winning a single major game all season. Three games had already been dropped to Yale, one to Princeton and one to Harvard. And soon another game went to Harvard when the
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Following the Big Green Teams
Other Sports
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The swimming team uncovered a great sophomore star in Dick Banfield, who is the Green's lone representative in the Intercollegiates. Over the course of the season, ten Dartmouth swimming and pool records were broken, and three
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Hockey
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The Chi Phi's defeated the Zeta Psi's 2-0 in the fraternity hockey championship match, held March 4 in the Davis rink. The teams had met once before and played to a 2-2 tie, and the play-off marked the end of a very successful
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Following the Big Green Teams
Basketball
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The Psi Upsilon team will meet the M. Fayerweather team for the college championship. By defeating Sigma Alpha Mu 26-16, the Psi Upsilon outfit won the fraternity tournament, while S. Mass bowed to M. Fayerweather by the same
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Following the Big Green Teams
Track
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The Chi Phi's captured the fraternity meet by piling up 18 points to their nearest competitor's 13. Four new records were established in the six-event meet when R. G. P. McCloskey, a Chi Phi, of Albany, N. Y., ran the 220-yd.
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Following the Big Green Teams
Swimming
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Phi Gamma Delta won the annual fraternity swimming meet, taking 21 points to lead the Sigma Chi's, who garnered 14. Zeta Psi was third with 11 points and Phi Kappa Psi finished fourth with 6 points. A loving cup was presented
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Following the Big Green Teams
Handball
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Sigma Alpha Mu succeeded in defeating Phi Kappa Sigma 21-16, 12-21, 21-19, 19-21, 21-19 in the fraternity championship, repeating their victory of last year. The match was close throughout, the outcome being in doubt until the
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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RELIEF OF ENGINEERS
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
A mimeographed report
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A mimeographed report of 78 pages entitled "Tentative Courses of Study in Adult Intermediate Education" has recently been prepared by E. Everett Clark '06, Supervisor of Adult Education of the Massachusetts Department of
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
PEN-DRIFT: AMENITIES OF COLUMN CONDUCTING
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F. L. Childs
By Charles Edward Crane '06. Brattleboro, Vt., Stephen Daye Press, 1931. pp. 206.
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481
Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Morning Sunsets
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Wallace Rusterholtz
Our morning clouds are sunsets farther east;And when you see, as I have seen,An old-rose dawn,A depth and full maturityOf tone, as of old Persian rugs and Flemish
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Books By Dartmouth Men
FROM CONFUSION TO CERTAINTY
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R. B. C
Boynton Merrill '15. Pilgrim Press. 88 pp. $1.00. 1931.
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article
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482
Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
THE COMPOSITION OF THE PSEUDOLUS OF PLAUTUS.
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Wm. Stuart Messer
By John Newbold Hough '27. Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Lancaster Press, 1931. 109 pages.
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article
482
482
Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
GUIDE TO STUDY OF HISTOLOGY AND MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY
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C. J. Lyon
for the use of students in medical schools and colleges. By Avery E. Lambert 'O2. Philadelphia. P. Blakiston's Son & Co. 1930 ix +262 pages.
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article
482
482
Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
"The Fair State of Return in Public Utility Regulation"
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"The Fair State of Return in Public Utility Regulation" by Professor Nelson Lee Smith, published by Houghton Mifflin, will be reviewed in a later issue of the MAGAZINE.
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article
482
482
Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
JUST A REMINDER
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Since the establishment of the ARCHIVESROOM in the Baker Library new shelf room hasbecome available for books, articles, and boundmanuscripts, the work of Dartmouth men.Alumni are requested to keep this always inmind, that this room is a storehouse
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article
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483,484,485,486
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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Alumni Notes
4719181_19320401_000080.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
ATLANTA VS. CHATTANOOGA
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Dartmouth alumni of Atlanta invaded Chattanooga, Tenn., over the week-end of March 12-13 and despite advance "dope" came away with chief honors at golf, bridge and ping-pong. (This report is from an Atlanta source and
4719181_19320401_000081.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Frank P. Hill expects to complete work on his forthcoming book, which will have as a title "The Bibliography of Early American Drama," by the time he has planned to return East in May. He has found the weather of Southern
4719181_19320401_000082.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
It is a long while since the Secretary has had to chronicle the marriage of a member of the class. Charles E. Leslie of Hillsboro, N. D., went to Minneapolis in the latter part of February (exact date as yet not reported) and
4719181_19320401_000083.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Gerould of North Attleboro, Mass., are again spending the winter in California, enjoying a stay at the Barcelona Apartment Hotel in San Diego.
4719181_19320401_000084.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1880
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George A. Dickey
Thayer has suffered a rather severe attack of laryngitis and has been too ambitious to get back to the bench again, but has finally decided to take some time off mainly for rest and recuperation. He expects to be back to his
4719181_19320401_000085.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1881
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Rev. Myron W. Adams
In response to the appeal in the last issue of the ALTJMNI MAGAZINE for publications by alumni, the College Library has received from the class of 1881 a map of the territory of Montana prepared by William P. Snow in 1886.
4719181_19320401_000086.xml
article
487
487
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1882
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Rev. William E. Strong
It will be with surprise and real sorrow that the class learns of Harlow's death. (See Davis' contribution to the Necrology section of this issue.) It was but a few weeks ago that the Secretary received from him his copy of the
4719181_19320401_000087.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1886
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Hon. Leslie P. Snow
Word was but recently received by the Secretary that Kate T. Bittinger, wife of Joseph P., passed away at Brattleboro on December 3 last. Mr. Bittinger is spending the winter in Florida.
4719181_19320401_000088.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
The sudden death by an apoplectic stroke of Judge James Burns Wallace in court at Lebanon, N. H., is a shock to his classmates and a wide circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Junkins attended the funeral services at Canaan. A
4719181_19320401_000089.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Blair was one of the speakers at the Dartmouth luncheon, held in accordance with the established custom, by the alumni who attended the meeting of the National Education Association, in Washington in February. A recent letter
4719181_19320401_000090.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Willis McDuffee
The Secretary received the following characteristic and highly entertaining letter from "Jimmie" Reynolds, dated January 31: Dear Willis:
4719181_19320401_000091.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
The College office informs us of a new ad- dress for Joe Merrill, namely, $743 80th St., Jackson Heights, N. Y.
4719181_19320401_000092.xml
article
488
488
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
Our sympathy goes to Edgar Cass, whose wife, Mary E. (Danforth) Cass, died on February 17 at Manchester, N. H.
4719181_19320401_000093.xml
article
488
488,489
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The Secretary and his wife were in attend- ance at the National Education Association in Washington, February 22, 23, 24, 25. While there they had a most delightful evening at the invitation of Harry Clark and his wife at the
4719181_19320401_000094.xml
article
489
489,490
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
In another place in the MAGAZINE appear suitable memorials to Walter Andrew Foss, who died in San Francisco on January 20, and Frank Abbott Musgrove, who died in Hanover on February 27.
4719181_19320401_000095.xml
article
490
490
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
John Redington has accepted a position with the Palmer Advertising Service. This is one of the most active firms in New York city in the lithographic field. Both John Palmer and his brother Russ are graduates of the College and
4719181_19320401_000096.xml
article
490
490
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
" 'Jim' McCarten Again Honored," so reads the headline in the Newport, Vt., home paper, and here follows the article:
4719181_19320401_000097.xml
article
490
490,491
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Robert H. Elliott
A. V. Ruggles is located at 29 West 39thi St., New York, where he is assistant secretary of the American Water Works Association. The only 1902 men he comes in contact with are Maurice Leahy and Arthur Tozzer occasionally at
4719181_19320401_000098.xml
article
491
491,492
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Many of our class will recall Frank Musgrove '99 and mourn his passing. His death removes a man who in our college day set a wonderful example of a fellow determined to secure a college education notwithstanding a lack of
4719181_19320401_000099.xml
article
492
492
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Room 922, 95 State St., Springfield, Mass. Edward K. Robinson, Ginn and Company, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, has consented to become the class agent of the Alumni Fund this year, and the Secretary takes this early opportunity to
4719181_19320401_000100.xml
article
492
492,493
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Announcement was made on February 6 that Fletcher Hale Jr. was to be appointed to Annapolis by Senator Henry W. Keyes of New Hampshire. Fletcher is now a student in the Washington Western High School, and is said to be planning
4719181_19320401_000101.xml
article
493
493
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Ghilds
The call for subscriptions to the Alumni Fund will be reaching you soon. The need is greater than ever this year, and although most of us have been obliged to cut down our spending allowance radically, it is hoped that every
4719181_19320401_000102.xml
article
493
493
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Bishop Niles' son Louville was recently chosen one of four of the freshman class for the news board of The Dartmouth.
4719181_19320401_000103.xml
article
493
493,494
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Frank Olmstead's son Ronald is a senior, and so far as we know, will be the second of our class' sons to graduate.
4719181_19320401_000104.xml
article
494
494,495,496
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
Thanks to some of those loyal Tenners in Worcester, we were privileged to see a clipping from the Worcester Gazette stating that no less a personage than George Underwood, Gardner insurancer of note, has been elected a
4719181_19320401_000105.xml
article
496
496,498
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel
The annual Alumni Carnival held on the February 22 week-end found a few 1911ers trying to make believe they were still undergraduates and as proficient on skiis and skates as the present undergraduate really is. Chub Sterling
4719181_19320401_000106.xml
article
498
498
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
One would think that after an absencevoluntary and involuntary—from secretarial headquarters there should be quite an accumulation of 1912 news for the "Column." There has not only been very little news, but hardly a rumor to
4719181_19320401_000107.xml
article
498
498
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Ralph W. Davis, attorney-general of NewHampshire, resigned on February 29. Ralph has served five years, and he recently announced his intention to resign because of pressure of his law business.
4719181_19320401_000108.xml
article
498
498,499
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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Harold K. Davison
The Livermore law firm of which Russ is member has recently removed from the Wall St. district of banking brokers and broken bankers to 22 East 40th St. Russ says that one of the chief reasons for the move was to get nearer the
4719181_19320401_000109.xml
article
499
499
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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John A. Pelletier
3589 Avalon ltd., Shaker Heights, Ohio The Alumni Fund has been going for just a month. It is too early to say what 1916 is doing. But we do hope that you readers of the ALTJMNI MAGAZINE have been prompt and generous.
4719181_19320401_000110.xml
article
500
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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John W. White
JUNE, 1932 IT'S OUR FIFTEENTH WAH HOO! WAH HOOU
4719181_19320401_000111.xml
article
500
500,501
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allan M. Cate
At the precise moment when a secretarial decision had been reached that there could be no Twenty column in the April MAGAZINE, a fat, neatly typed, air-mail, special-delivery letter arrived, bearing the imprint of our West Coast
4719181_19320401_000112.xml
article
501
501,502
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrick Brown
This is the month which sees the opening of the annual drive for contributions for the Alumni Fund of the College, and before progressing further, we gladly turn this column over to Harry Chamberlaine, who addresses you as
4719181_19320401_000113.xml
article
502
502
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aschenbach have announced the arrival on February 17 of Shirley Anne.
4719181_19320401_000114.xml
article
502
502,503
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Henry Heath Learnard II picked out the 29th of February to announce himself, and exhibited to his proud folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ted, a strand or two of flaming red hair. Weight seven pounds six ounces. Since this all missed the
4719181_19320401_000115.xml
article
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503
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
Quote from the Boston Transcript.
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article
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503,504,505
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
The following is the sixth and final of a series of letters written to the class by each member of the executive committee: Dear Brant: Now, what ever happens in March—in Hanover??! Any other month, and there'd be so many
4719181_19320401_000117.xml
article
505
505,506
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1927
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Doane Arnold
By the time this issue of the MAGAZINE is in the mails the annual Alumni Fund drive will be under way. Already our new class agent, Gus Cummings, has expended much time and effort in devising ways and means of putting 1927
4719181_19320401_000118.xml
article
506
506,508,509
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
This time, gents, we have something to work on—at least to lead off with—three honest-to-goodness letters and darn good ones. I don't need to develop the theme that they were one hundred per cent welcome to this struggling
4719181_19320401_000119.xml
article
509
509,510
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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Frederick William Andres
The class will not have an organized third year reunion this June. Slightly over three hundred of you returned us the questionnaire card we sent out two months ago. We hope the other three hundred and fifty were riot all wrongly
4719181_19320401_000120.xml
article
510
510,511,512
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
We should really have a very superior excuse for not getting anything at all in this month, if we were that kind of secretarybecause presumably sometime between the time that this is written and the time that it is printed you
4719181_19320401_000121.xml
article
512
512,513
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
Late again. Sorry, but the carving of a career—especially in its early stages—takes one helluva lot of time. Somebody ought to agree with me.
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Gradus Ad Parnassum
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Among the several undergraduate contributors to this issue, specially planned for the presenting of student efforts in the way of belles lettres, are included two sons of Dartmouth men. John M. Clark is the son of Jack Clark 'OB of
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Lettter from the Editor
With Other Editors
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CORNELL ALUMNI NEWS
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