Issue: 19320501

Sunday, May 1, 1932
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May
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XXIV
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Articles
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Front Cover
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Front Cover
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PUBLISHED FOR THE ALUMNI OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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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 May, 1932
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Contributors
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DR. C. S. LITTLE '91, better known as "Squash," has earned distinction in the field of mental hygiene through his enlightened planning of Letehworth Village and later by his farsighted administration of this important New York
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THE WEBSTER COTTAGE
THE WEBSTER COTTAGE
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REPRODUCED FROM AN ETCHING BY ALICE STANDISH BUELL
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Editorial Comment
A NEW STORY OF DARTMOUTH
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For opinions which appear in these columns the Editors alone are responsible
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Editorial Comment
WHAT OF THE FORTY?
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A SURVEY of the experiences of the Alumni Fund re„ veals that every year about 60 per cent of the eligible contributors to the Fund respond with gifts of varying magnitude and that about 40 per cent do not. The figures vary
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Editorial Comment
BETWEEN THE GOAL LINES
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THAT member of the class of 1900 (let us say) who decided a few years ago to go to the Harvard-Dartmouth game was not heartbroken to find that a seat had been alloted him in the vicinity of the 10-yard line. "At least I'll see the
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Editorial Comment
MORE THAN A LANDMARK
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WHEN the "White Church" was burned last spring, there passed from the familiar scene something that was more than a fabric of wood and metal. It was one of the oldest, if not the very oldest, of the buildings in Hanover, dating back
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Editorial Comment
BICENTENNIAL THOUGHTS
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So much has been made in recent weeks, and will continue to be made throughout the year, of the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of George Washington, that it may be well to include in this place a momentary recognition of a
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Editorial Comment
HOW HARD TO PLAY?
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IN a recent article in the Atlantic, Mr. John R. Tunis, the well-known sports writer, considers in a stimulating way the underlying motive in American sport—the placing of victory above all else, or above nearly all else.
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Editorial Comment
Affinities
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Albert William Levi, Jr.
A game of golf on a windy day,The scent of lilac, the scent of hay.Grapefruit juice and soaps that float.Greta Garbo, an old tweed coat.New tobacco mixed with rum,Hanover slush that would never come.Bertrand Russell, and derby hats,Schubert's
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Letch worth Village—A Home for Mental Defectives
Letch worth Village—A Home for Mental Defectives
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Charles S. Little, M.D.
RESPONSIBILITY for inflicting this article on an unsuspecting Dartmouth Public is placed on the editors who for two years have been pursuing me to write an article describing Letchworth Village and its work. Now, I am perfectly
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531,532
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Tribulations and Rewards of a Class Agent
Tribulations and Rewards of a Class Agent
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One Of Them
IF any there be who are delinquent on Alumni Fund matters, let them quickly turn the page or else prepare for troubled consciences. Anyhow if this article passes the censorship of the editors and appears in the dignified ALUMNI
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Richardson's New History of the College*
Richardson's New History of the College*
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Charles R. Lingley
A LUMNI and all others who are interested in the origin and growth of Dartmouth College will find these volumes uncommonly enjoyable. Moreover, if read widely by those who have any functional relationship to the College, they would
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How Students Earn Money at Dartmouth
How Students Earn Money at Dartmouth
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C. C. Seney '34
THEBE are three ways of getting jobs in Hanover, and four general types of work. The College, the Dartmouth Christian Association, and personal initiative are the channels for getting work. Food and board, work for the College,
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Comparison
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Lindsay Eugene Beaton
I light my cigarette,And watch the slow grey cloud curl in the air;And, if I smoke it not,Long the tobacco's glow will linger there.
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Lettter from the Editor
Public or Private Schools: A Letter to the Editor
Public or Private Schools: A Letter to the Editor
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Louis P. Benezet
THE writer quarrels with four of the editorial state- ments;—one, that there is an "occasional pro- pensity among public school products to outstrip the products of the private schools." Two, that it is "very unlikely that public
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The Republic of Hanover
The Republic of Hanover
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Arnold K. Borden
THE second Tuesday in March is always a big day in Hanover. On that day all elements in the community, merchants, farmers, and educators, meet in the pure democratic assembly of a New England Town Meeting to air their common
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A Student in the Early Eighteen Hundreds
A Student in the Early Eighteen Hundreds
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Mary B. Slade
THE name of Powers means much to a student of the history of the upper Connecticut valley. In 1754 Captain Peter Powers of Hollis, N. H., was sent to explore the part called the "Coos Country" and was the first to leave an authentic
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Gradus Ad Parnassum
Gradus Ad Parnassum
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S. C. H
"Where can we find Jake Bond? We want to see Old Jake, where is he now?" Reuning classes back for their Fifth or Twenty-Fifth always came to that point: they wanted to see Jake. Answering their demand for their old friend one
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Up Hill and Down Dale
Up Hill and Down Dale
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Everett P. Hokanson '32
THE Boot and Saddle Club is one of the newest organizations on the Dartmouth campus. Its popularity has increased quite rapidly within the four years of its existence and it feels that it is truly serving a function of
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News of the College
Trustee Meeting
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Matters of routine business and the reports of committees largely occupied the trustees of the College at their meeting in Parkhurst Hall April 18. The resignation of Professor Ambrose W. Vernon was accepted with appreciation
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News of the College
Secretaries Convene
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The 28th annual meeting of the Secretaries Association will be called to order in the Sanborn House Library, Hanover, Friday evening, May 6. The College extends a cordial invitation to all class and association secretaries to
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News of the College
Alumni Statistics
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According to the quarterly report prepared by the Alumni Records Office the total number of living alumni of the College is now 14,626. Of this number 9,102 are graduates, 4,549 are non-graduates. The remainder of the list is
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News of the College
Commencement
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The Fifty Year class, this year the class of 1882, will be the honored group according to custom during the Dartmouth Commencement and reunion season June 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21. The class of 1882 will occupy a place of honor
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News of the College
Elections to Council
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In the annual election of sectional representatives to the Dartmouth Alumni Council there is this year only one contest. Two men were nominated for the membership to be left vacant by the further ineligibility of Robert Edward
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News of the College
Cutting Costs
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As one item of the many being reduced in the College budget for the year it has been decided that Commencement announcements will this spring be sent only to seniors and members of reuning classes. These detailed programs of
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News of the College
Course for Teacher-Coaches
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A new course in the Theory and Practiceof Competitive Athletics was inaugurated bythe Department of Physical Education ascollege reopened after the Easter recess. Inoffering the course to juniors and seniors, thedepartment announced a two-fold
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News of the College
New Combined Major
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A new joint major in the departments of Economics and Political Science was approved and announced this month by the Committee on Educational Policy of the faculty. Members of the class of 1934 will be eligible to elect this
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News of the College
Tuck Issue
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The next number of the MAGAZINE, that for June, will be devoted in its feature section to biographical articles treating the life of Edward Tuck '62. This special issue is dedicated to Mr. Tuck in celebration of the 70th
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News of the College
President Restates Position
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President Hopkins, requested by Senator Bingham to state his position with regard to the Eighteenth Amendment, wrote a letter to the Senator under date of April 8 reiterating his previously expressed opposition to the
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News of the College
Alumni Register
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As a feature of the program for the twentyeighth annual meetings of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association at Hanover, May 6 and 7, a Visitors' Register will be installed at the Hanover Inn. This project was proposed at the
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News of the College
First Plates Arrive
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The first shipment of Dartmouth Plates arrived in Boston from the Royal Cauldon plant in England the first of last month. This consignment of first edition plates was immediately sent to subscribers in the order in which their
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News of the College
"Why I Like Dartmouth"
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Young Malcolm Armstrong, age 13, of Concord, Mass., won a prize of $l.OO for his letter about Dartmouth which recently appeared in the Boston Sunday Herald in a contest for the best 150-word article about one's favorite college.
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News of the College
New Dartmouth Club
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At a gathering of Dartmouth men at the Bonnie Briar Country Club of Larchmont, New York, April X, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Westchester was founded. More than 100 alumni were present for the dinner and subsequent
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ALUMNI COUNCIL CANDIDATES FROM CENTRAL STATES DISTRICT
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Balloting now in progress—Polls close June 10.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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J. S. M. '33
THEBE is something highly ironical and more than slightly suggestive of the intervention of the direful digits of destiny in the selection of a prominent member of the Jack-o-Lantern board as the next occupant of the
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The Undergraduate Chair
Senior Fellowships
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J. S. M. '33
Six juniors of the College—William Kimball Flaecus, Everett Huntington Hymen, Richard Jackson, Donald Alan Murray, William Gaston Raoul, and Robert Stuart Turner—have been selected to hold senior fellowships next year,
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With the Outing Club
With the Outing Club
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Seymouth Dunn '34
Go! A parka-hooded figure gives a last hectic thrust with his poles. Skis skimming all too swiftly along; trees flashing by in a blur on either side, he goes on completing some corners skillfully; others in positions
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With the Outing Club
Elections
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With the latter half of April a new D. O. C. council takes office. Elections were made the week after vacation and the new directors were installed at the annual Cabin and Trail banquet at the Outing Club House. R. P. Goldthwait
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With the Outing Club
Train
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Robert colborn
Racing beneath a sombre skyEver the rutted land shoots byBlack and brown where the dead leaves lieYellow and red were the grasses dieWhite birch trees, a fleeting cryOf rosy light in the western skyAnd crash of wheels as the train goes by.
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
With PHIL SHERMAN
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H. H. Hubbard '32
This should be the month of baseball; the month when ball hits glove and shirtless fans sit in the bleachers sizing up another combination on the field, but somehow at this writing we have the players, the spirit and the
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Tesreau's 1932 Edition
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H. H. Hubbard '32
But let's go back to the first of the month and try to size up this 1952 edition of the baseball team. Let's see just who graduated and what candidates are out for those vacant places. Graduation took two outfielders, three
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Number Two Infield
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H. H. Hubbard '32
Number Two infield has Roald Morton, the kid brother, playing first base, Jim Chesnulevich at second, Walt Keady at shoit and reliable Aarne Frigard bringing up at third.
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
The Outfield
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The outfield settles into a battle between four candidates, which are Capt. Deak Mack and the freshman trio of last year. The three former freshmen are Jake Edwards, Smith O'Brien and Hafey Arthur, with Edwards standing out from
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
The Pitching Staff
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The pitching staff is helped along by George Edwards, Fred Prince and young Davis, Shorty's nephew. Edwards and Prince both played junior varsity baseball last year, but with the abandonment of that group they are now with the
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
THE BOX SCORE
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H. H. Hubbard '32
Two base hit—Bessire. Three base hit-Barber. Stolen bases—Mack, Boisseau, Kilell, Eno, Herzog, Wegener, Kammer. Sacrifices Edwards, Rich, Frigard, Miller, Knell, Herzog. Double plays—Craig, Morse and Borger; Boisseau, Weeman
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Other Sports
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H. H. Hubbard '32
Dartmouth's minor Spring sports teams have not all started, and track, the major sport, has nothing scheduled until the Penn Relays which fall on April 29.
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Following the Big Green Teams
Lacrosse
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The lacrosse team has played two games, and Dartmouth's football stars who make up the greater part of the personnel of Tom Dent's group acquitted themselves well in a 9-1 victory over Tufts. The contest was just one of those
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Tennis and Golf
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The tennis and golf teams have not yet started their schedule, and much interest is evidenced in the former sport, for Crawford L. Gilligan is in charge as the first varsity coach of tennis at Dartmouth in a long, long while.
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INTRAMURAL SPORTS
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The winter season was brought to a close on March 21 when the finals in basketball, wrestling, and boxing were run off in the Alumni gymnasium.
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Following the Big Green Teams
Boxing
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H. H. Hubbard '32
In the first bout of the final round of the boxing tournament, the 115-pound event, G. L. Thomas '34, Waterbury, Conn., won from P. S. Hemphill, Jamestown, N. Y., by a technical knockout in the first round. In the 125-pound
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Following the Big Green Teams
Wrestling
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H. H. Hubbard '32
W. B. Blair '34, of Stamford, Conn., defeated F. R. Meyers '34' of Hazelton, Pa.-time advantage, 86 seconds. In the 145-pound class, W. A. Harloe '35, Brooklyn, N. Y., defeated W. B. Blair—time advantage, 5 minutes, 30
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Following the Big Green Teams
New Managerial System
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H. H. Hubbard '32
The Intramural Department, with the approval of the Athletic Council, has installed a new managerial system modelled after the regular Athletic Council managerial competition. Formerly, the practice has been to appoint
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Dear Sir: In your February issue you printed a picture (taken in the spring of of "Dud" and his coach.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Alumni Publications
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"The Adler Planetarium and Astronomic al Museum of Chicago" by Philip Fox '02 has been reprinted from the March issue of Popular Astronomy.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
THE LAW OF CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING ASSOCIATIONS
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James P. Richardson
By John Hanna '14. Associate Professor in the Columbia Law School. Ronald Press Co. New York. 1931. pp. xxx, 509.
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
Faculty Publications
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"Emotional Effects Produced by the Injection of Adrenalin" by Mr. Hadley Cantril and William A. Hunt, has been reprinted from the April issue of the American Journalof Psychology. The same issue contains another article by Mr. Hunt
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Books
Books By Dartmouth Men
SATIRES AND PERSONAL WRITINGS
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H. M. Dargan
By Jonathan Swift. Edited with Introduction and Notes by William Alfred Eddy, Assistant Professor of English in Dartmouth College. Oxford University Press. 1932. xxxii -plus 499 pp.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
GENERAL AND SPECIFIC ATTITUDES
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Maurice H. Mandelbaum
By Hadley Cantril '2B. Psychological Review Company, Princeton, N. J. 1932. pp. 109.
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Books By Dartmouth Men
Lines for a Tomb-Stone
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William Kimball flaccus
Golden as ever,The sunlight fallsJust as dancinglyDown old walls.Newts still drowseOn sun-warmed feel;Clambering rosesAre no less sweetThan ever they were,And breathlesslyThe slim new moonSteals up the shy.But graves are astirWith night-black
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Aversions
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Albert William Levi, Jr.
Licorice and onions fried,Pessimists, and hair that's dyed.Kibitzers, and Pekinese dogs,Stewed tomatoes, and croak of frogs.A dancing partner who tries to lead,Clara Bow, and caraway seed.Sophomores who smoke cigars,And bootleg kings in foreign
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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
SEATTLE ALUMNI MEET
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G. R. Ridlon, M. D. '21
Sam Barnes 'O7, president of Dartmouth Association of Washington, staged a stag party at his home March 18. The doors were opened at five o'clock, so that no one would have to go home from work. Instead they were greeted as
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1873
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Rev. Samuel W.
The Secretary, in answer to his request for details of the Civil War record of Albert F. Hills, non-graduate, received from the Adjutant General of New Hampshire, accompanied with the official seal, the following record:
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
W. D. M. Smith of Charleston, W. Va., reports the death in September, 1930, of his wife Anne Edwards, to whom he was married in 1882. She was the daughter of William Henry Edwards, internationally known naturalist and author,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1880
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George A. Dickey
The Secretary recently received an interesting letter from Davidson, who, since his retirement as industrial engineer of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway, January, 1929, spends much of his time in travel. He keeps in touch
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1881
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Rev. Myron W.
Rev. Oscar Stewart Michael, who for the past three years has represented the bishop in caring for the American religious work of the Protestant Episcopal church in Austria and Germany, has now definitely retired from that
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Classmates Howland, Conns and Sanborn visited Florida during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn were located at Ormond Beach, as a year ago.
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NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Willis McDuffee
Mrs. Perley R. Bugbee was one of the leading performers in the recent production at Hanover of Victor Herbert's comic opera, "The Red Mill." The operetta was given under the direction of Prof. Longhurst, and was the last in a
4719181_19320501_000072.xml
article
566
566
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Geig's trumpet call has no doubt reached you all, and you may have had a second by the time this appears in print. It is evident that reunion preparations are well under way, and the committee is planning for one good time. From
4719181_19320501_000073.xml
article
566
566
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Members of the class were prominent, as usual, at the annual "town meetings" in New Hampshire in March. Weston was moderator of the school meeting at Derry. Stillings is chairman of a committee on a new town library building at
4719181_19320501_000074.xml
article
566
566,567
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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H. Philip Patey
Men achieve publicity of a character to warrant their names on the front page of a large city daily in various ways, but the Secretary was enabled to get on the front page of the Boston Herald, April 1, by reason of the article
4719181_19320501_000075.xml
article
567
567
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
Ninety-nine news has been pretty well bunched just recently, but it's mostly already got some publicity. There were the sudden deaths this winter of Walter Foss and Frank Musgrove. Then there was the Class Report, coming out
4719181_19320501_000076.xml
article
567
567
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Paul R. Atherton has just announced the marriage of his daughter, Ruth Kingsley, to Mr. Dickerson B. Tyler. The wedding took place at Miami on March the ninth.
4719181_19320501_000077.xml
article
567
567,568
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Ed and Edna Hunter sailed the last of March for a trip to the Panama Canal Zone. "Drank Professionally but Court Can't See It.
4719181_19320501_000078.xml
article
568
568,569
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Robert H. Elliott
Three sons of men in our class entered Dartmouth last fall,—Sanborn C. Brown, son of Julius; Frederick Cushing, son of Dan; and James K. Irvin, son of Arba. Sanborn Brown received his early schooling at Beirut, and prepared for
4719181_19320501_000079.xml
article
569
569
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
John Pray Wadham, president of the Central Pennsylvania (Dartmouth) Club, presided over the annual dinner held in Harrisburg on February 25.
4719181_19320501_000080.xml
article
569
569
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
From the Alumni Office comes a new address for Dr. Le Roy B. Vail. His present address is 640 Ave., San Antonio, Coral Gables, Fla.
4719181_19320501_000081.xml
article
569
569,570,571
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Remember the Vaudeville Show, May 18, 1905? Can't say we do, either, much; but the souvenir folder we dug out of the attic serves as a reminder. On one page is a picture of "Eyke Maenard and Jean Clarque, Prestigitateurs
4719181_19320501_000082.xml
article
571
571
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
George M. King, principal of the colored high school of Waycross, Ga., delivered an address on "Educational Safety" at a colored safety rally held at the county courthouse in Waycross about a year ago. This address, which was
4719181_19320501_000083.xml
article
571
571,572
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Preliminary reunion replies sent to Dick Southgate indicate a good attendance of the class, together with many wives and children. The regular "stand-bys" assure the committee of a genial group, and it is encouraging to note
4719181_19320501_000084.xml
article
572
572
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
I received the following letter from Harold Prescott just too late to get it in the last issue, but I hope Murchie, Bell, etc., will read it carefully. Evidently I was somewhat in error in my statement in the last issue that the
4719181_19320501_000085.xml
article
572
572,573,574
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
Prof. Andy is working hard with 1910's Alumni Fund quota—it is tough, tough, tough—but he is making progress—his assistants and Tenners are backing him upmuch more will have to be done to raise our quota of $5,135—which is the
4719181_19320501_000086.xml
article
574
574
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Natthaniel G. Burleigh
The old pump has gone dry. Even though I work the handle frantically and furiously not a bit of news can I raise. It is the last of March—and you know what that is in Hanover. But it is even worse. On Easter Sunday the streams
4719181_19320501_000087.xml
article
574
574
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
The first broadcast for the TWENTIETHHANOVEB HOME-COMING were sent out the first of April, and if the returns that have come in since that time are any criterion, it is certainly going to be a fine big gathering.
4719181_19320501_000088.xml
article
574
574
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Bill Appleyard is doing such a good job in Burlington, Vt., that he appeared as news and editorially in the Burlington Free Pressand Times, February 2, 1932. The Central Vermont Railroad and the Burlington Rapid Transit Company
4719181_19320501_000089.xml
article
574
574,576
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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John R. Burleigh
Here it is time for the next instalment of news about the great and illiterate class of 1914, and I find the sum total of items for the edification of the brethren consists of one penny postcard bearing the postmark "Burslem,
4719181_19320501_000090.xml
article
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576,577
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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Harold K. Davison
Wanted, some information as to the correct address or whereabouts of Silas H. Burnham, whose last known address was 125 Grove, Prescott, Ariz. Henry's letter has been returned "Unclaimed," which is a rare experience for the
4719181_19320501_000091.xml
article
577
577
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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John A. Pelletier
"Sees All—Knows All." Believe it or not but that is Pathe News and not your Secretary. There is Just one more edition—Junefor this year. All my material has been used for this number. So tell me what you have seen and what you
4719181_19320501_000092.xml
article
577
577,578
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_19320501_000093.xml
article
578
578
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1918
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Fredrick W. Cassebeer
As an obituary to our column of a couple months back headed "How Long Will it Last?" we received some time ago a piece from A 1 Sibbernsen entitled "How Long Will What Last?", as follows:
4719181_19320501_000094.xml
article
578
578
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1919
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James C. Davis
There continues to be a serious depression in news, which reached a new all time low last month when there was zero. It hardlyseemed worth while to use up the valuable white space of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE just to call this to the
4719181_19320501_000095.xml
article
578
578,579
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allan M. Cate
After a number of years as financial secretary of Gov. Roosevelt's Warm Spring, Georgia, project, PAUL RICHTER has shifted the field of his activities to Boston. He is still a campaign and publicity director and gives an
4719181_19320501_000096.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1921
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Herrick Brown
Another Twenty-oner has gone a further step up the diplomatic ladder, and the leadoff place in this column is hereby awarded to him. The gentleman in question is Gord Merriam. Our eagle-eyed Boston Scouts have spotted the
4719181_19320501_000097.xml
article
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579,580
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
It's great to have a class agent like this gent Moore, to do my monthly stunt of news-casting, as he did recently via the Alumni Fund route. Don, by the way, is thinking seriously of moving to Chicago with Marie and all the
4719181_19320501_000098.xml
article
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580,581
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Ken Davis and Ms father have formed the company of E. L. and K. W. Davis, general agents, 1016 Amoskeag Building, Manchester, N. H., and will handle all the insurance for the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Cos. within the
4719181_19320501_000099.xml
article
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581,582
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
Dear Brant: Few if any volumes I have ever perused gave me more pleasure than the Fifth Year Report of the class of Nineteen Twenty-six. Consequently it is difficult to play the part of an unbiased critic and write with restraint.
4719181_19320501_000100.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1927
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Doane Arnold
What with the general influx of data as a result of the questionnaire sent out about the Fifth, your scribe is enjoying a heyday remarkable in its novelty. And, by the way, before we leave the subject of the Fifth, let us
4719181_19320501_000101.xml
article
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583,584
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
I must admit a scarcity—nay, a complete lack, of anything to interest you gentlemen. Except for a clipping, two new addresses from the Alumni Office, and Alumni Fund appeal, and a few personal encounters with '2Bers—nothing
4719181_19320501_000102.xml
article
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584,585,586
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1929
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Frederick William andres
Oxford, England, March 14, 1932.
4719181_19320501_000103.xml
article
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586,587,588,589
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
May, my friends. It isn't here yet, but it's coming. Rain, yes; and sleet, yes; and mud, and streaked remnants of snow, and a thin coat of ice on Occom Pond. A bit drab, withal. As for ourself, we are in a sulk. Those
4719181_19320501_000104.xml
article
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589,590
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
CLASS OF 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
"I think it's perfectly amazing—having so many of your classmates get together like this!" Thusly was our recent party in New York characterized bya young lady present. It was most decidedly a successful experiment—thanks to
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UNITED STATES LINES
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Life Insurance Company
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Panama Pacific Line
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Western Electric
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CAMPION'S
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CLARK SCHOOL
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BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT
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Article
Directory of Alumni Associations and Classes
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THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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