Issue: 19321101

Tuesday, November 1, 1932
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VOLUME 25 NUMBER 2
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LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO
LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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CONTENTS
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
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Editorial Comment
A PROPOSAL FOR LEADERSHIP
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"THE NUMBER of those in this country who have had benefit of formal education, supplemented by the host of those who without such advantage have like high intelligence and good will, is sufficiently great to assert itself
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Editorial Comment
HARVARD-DARTMOUTH ANNIVERSARY
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To ANYONE WHO studies the list of football games engaged in by Dartmouth teams over a period of fifty years it is at once apparent that the number of games with Harvard leads the list by a considerable margin. Since a green team
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Editorial Comment
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS OLD
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THE CURRENT year has seen the celebration of the 150 th anniversary of Webster's birth. Dartmouth's official observance of her illustrious graduate's sesqui-centennial came last spring when Phi Beta Kappa held an open meeting with
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Editorial Comment
A TIME FOR PRAISE
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REGARDLESS OF what adverse or favorable circumstances may lie ahead affecting the finances of the College in the current year it is fitting to comment on the remarkable record made by the treasurer's office in the year ending
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List of the Views Contained in the Collection
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1. Webster's birthplace in Salisbury, N. H.: 2 and 3. Webster's birthplace as it is now: 4. Fireplace in the old house: 5. Site of his father's old sawmill on Punch Bowl brook; 6. His portrait at 22; 7. Dartmouth College in 1801; 8. Where he
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Editorial Comment on the Opening Address
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THE FOLLOWING clippings from newspapers have been selected from the widespread press comment that appeared immediately after President Hopkins' annual address was given at the opening of College, September 22.
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9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16
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THE PERSONALITY OF WEBSTER
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Claude M. Fuess
Two VERY different scenes almost precisely a century apart have often engaged and held my imagination. The setting for both was the picturesque village of Plymouth, so noteworthy in the annals of New England. On December
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17,18,19,20,21,22
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THE CLASS OF 1936
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E. Gordon Bill
I BELIEVE THE CLASS OF 1936 is the best class yet admitted to Dartmouth under the Selective Process. This does not mean that I think it will have the highest scholastic average necessarily, but rather that it contains in fullest
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Sports
THIS GAME OF FOOTBALL
THIS GAME OF FOOTBALL
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Edwin B. Dooley
FOOTBALL, LIKE MOST physical games is fundamentally simple, but unlike the vast majority of games it becomes increasingly complex as men learn to play it more skillfully. When the sport originated in the latter part of the 19th
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Equinox: A Poem of the Hanover Fall Season
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Pennington Haile
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29,30
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BEGINNING OF A MURAL TRADITION?
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Stacy May
ICQ OMETHING THERE is that doesn't love a 13 wall, that wants it down," wrote Robert Frost. And it may be that future generations will twist the meaning of these words, and accept them as the keenest architectural prophecy of
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Trustee Meeting
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The trustees of the College, devoting the major part of their meeting to consideration of the year's budget, voted four new faculty appointments, accepted the resignation of Professor H. E. B. Speight, professor of Biography,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Fall Council Meeting
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The annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council held at the Dartmouth Club, New York city, October 28, was devoted largely to a discussion of better alumni communications. The principal speakers were President
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Orozco Returns
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Jose Clemente Orozco returned to Hanover in October to resume work on the great fresco project in the reserve book room of the Baker Library which was begun last June before the Mexican fresco artist went abroad for the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Financial Report
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A deficit of $19,266.88 for the fiscal year ending June 30 was shown in the financial report presented to the trustees by Halsey C. Edgerton, treasurer of the College, and recently published. The deficit brought forward from
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Night
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Plans have been made by Palaeopitus for the celebration of Dartmouth Night in Hanover, November 4, the date which has been set for the traditional event. This will be on the night before the football game with New Hampshire
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Statistics
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J. W. Perkins, who celebrated his 97th birthday on October 27, a graduate of Dartmouth in the class of 1864, retains his position as the oldest living graduate, according to some interesting figures given in the latest
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President's Engagements
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President Hopkins will deliver an address at the centennial celebration of Wabash College at Crawfordsville, Indiana, Monday, October 31. Mr. Hopkins' brother, Louis B. Hopkins, is president of Wabash. President Angell of Yale
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President Broadcasts
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President Hopkins' opening address, "Change is Opportunity," attracted such attention as a significant message to youth of college age that the Columbia Public Affairs Institute requested Mr. Hopkins to broadcast an adaptation
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Opening Address Printed
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The interest aroused by President Hopkins' convocation address, "Change is Opportunity," and by the radio adaptation of it which was broadcast over a coast-tocoast network several days later, brought forth such numerous
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33
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Junior Selections
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The new idea in admission inaugurated by Dartmouth a year or two ago, whereby a few men of outstanding promise were to be selected for admission a full year in advance, is developing well here and is rapidly spreading over the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni and Elections
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Alumni are requested to send to the editor of the MAGAZINE the names of Dartmouth men running for public office in the November elections. It will be appreciated if information is given concerning the result of the election as
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Interviewing for Admission
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The following distribution of territory among members of the Alumni Council for purposes of interviewing applicants for admission has been made:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Collegiate Ceremonies
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During October, Dartmouth has been represented at many important college functions including the inauguration of several college presidents, dedications of new buildings, and academic anniversaries. Following is a list of the
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34,35
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Faculty Appointments
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The twenty-five new members of the instruction corps who joined the faculty this year include three assistant professors, fifteen instructors, and seven assistant instructors and assistants. The list of appointments, with
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Scholarships Awarded
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Announcement has been made by President Hopkins of the award of the two Morrill Allen Gallagher Memorial Scholarships to seniors, F. P. Branch '33 and W. J. Hoffman '33, three Justin H. Smith Fund Scholarships to three seniors
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1910 Leads With 11 Sons in Freshman Class
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There are forty-three sons of Dartmouth alumni in the freshman class which has just entered, with the classes of the fathers covering a span of forty-one years from 1887 to 1918, according to a list which has been prepared by the office of the
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October Campus Scenes
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Dean Craven Laycock
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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J. S. M
By all the rules of precedent and tradition, the first gurglings of the year from this department should have to do with the thump of the pigskin, the crash of line meeting line and the thunder of youthful feet upon the
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
SAFETY DRIVE
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J. S. M
The most important undergraduate news story which has broken since the opening of College is the attempt of Palaeopitus to curb the reckless driving of automobiles on the part of undergraduates which has resulted in several
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
PHOENIX FROM THE ASHES
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J. S. M
Important in the fraternity life of the College was the dedication last month of the splendid new Sigma Chi house on Webster Avenue on the site of the old building which burned in the disastrous fire of last year. Of Colonial
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
MORE LANGUOR
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J. S. M
Another example of the lethargy which seems to be sweeping the campus was evident in the microscopic size of the group of sophomores who turned out to repel the rush of the freshman horde in the annual football tug of war on the
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
LE SPORT
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J. S. M
It is, of course, too early in the season to make any sort of a final statement in regard to the result upon undergraduate participation in athletics of the D. A. C.'s retrenchment policy of cutting down the number of organized
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
SPAGHETTI
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J. S. M
Several days ago there appeared upon the campus a ruddy-faced, middle-aged Italian who traveled about selling plaster figuresskulls in the form of pipe racks, of tobacco jars, of book ends. Unfamiliar, he went about making a
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
MILESTONES
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J. S. M
Captain of Varsity Lacrosse: Charles C. Shafer '33, Baltimore, Md.
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With the Outing Club
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Earle C. Gordon Jr. '33
The job at the beginning of the college year is to introduce the freshmen to the Dartmouth Outing Club. On D.O.C. Night, D. P. Hatch '28, comptroller, R. P. Goldthwait '33, chairman of the council, E. S. Lord '33, winter sports
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Harvard Victor, 10-7
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With Phil Sherman
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
The Lafayette Test
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It was the first meeting between Lafayette and Dartmouth in football history, and two evenly matched teams come together. The battle ding-donged up and down the field during the first period when Lafayette gave a final scare
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Penn Outscores
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The team rolled into Philadelphia not knowing exactly what to expect except that they knew that Penn was strong.
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Sammy Fishman
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You can write your own story on Fishman. Last year we all were saying that he was good, but when Sammy came to the major games on the schedule he fractured his ankle and was lost to the team for the entire season, so he never
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Fall Baseball Practice
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Football has not been the only sport in progress this Fall, for the baseball team has been working out daily under Jeff Tesreau and at this writing has won one of the Fall informal games. You know, Dartmouth is the only Eastern
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THE DIARY OF A FRESHMAN
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Dexter Martin '36
FIRST WEEK
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42,43,44,45,46,47
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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ALUMNI NOTES
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Monmouth County, New Jersey
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The Dartmouth men of Monmouth county met in the grill room of the Molly Pitcher Hotel, Red Bank, N. J., on the evening of September 8. About thirty Dartmouth men and guests were present for dinner and enjoyed an interesting
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47
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Philadelphia Club
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Harlan P. Statzell Jr.
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Philadelphia is pleased to announce that a group of its members have joined the Cornell Club as associate members, and we are assuming the name of the Dartmouth Club of Philadelphia. We now
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47,48
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Alumni Association of New York and Dartmouth College Club of New York
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The class of 1931 will hold its first class dinner of the season on Wednesday, October 19, at 6:45 P.M. at the Club.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
The only news this month (except as given in the Necrology) is about children and grandchildren of the class. David Adams (made a D.D. at Commencement) leaves his pastorate and college teaching at Marietta, Ohio, to join the
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48
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1878
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Woliam D. Parkinson
Frank L. Gerrish of Boscawen, N. H., is afflicted with failing eyesight. He is still able to see his way about and to avoid obstacles on familiar ground, but not to read or to recognize persons or distinguish small objects. He
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48,49
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
About the middle of September the Secretary received a note from Ralph Bartlett, written in Moscow. Before the end of the month he was back in Boston, and reports a very successful and enjoyable vacation. After only a few
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49
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1890
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Willis McDuffee
Will A. Charles, assistant claim agent of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., retired August first, after nearly twenty-six years' service with the company; and on the date of his retirement he wlas the guest of the
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49
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Thanks to friends, we are able to span the continent from the vicinity of Portland, Me., to Portland, Ore., in this month's class notes. A late season vacation postcard from a touring fellow citizen of Concord is dated
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49
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1894
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Re. Charles C. Merrill
Harry B. Amey, United States district attorney for Vermont, was married at Essex Junction, October 6, to Harriet H. Bailey of Brighton, Vt.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The leading character in "The Green Pastures," now playing in Boston, is played by Mr. Richard B. Harrison. In a recent interview, speaking of men who did excellent work on the Chautauqua circuit, he mentioned Bishop Walter
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
In another section of the MAGAZINE appears a brief sketch of Pitt Drew's life. His death on September 13 following are illness of almost a year has taken one of our best known and most loyal classmates. The funeral at the
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51
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Dr. Arthur P. Downing was elected president of the Littleton Rotary Club and assumed office on July 1. Arthur takes a great interest in civic affairs and in the social life of the community. He certainly is leading a very broad
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Jack Andrews' daughter Janet graduated from Vassar last June. She is now an instructor on the faculty of Wellesley College. Jack Jr. was married to a Philadelphia girl last summer, and they are residing in Goffstown, N. H.,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwell
At this writing your scribe is still in hopes of hearing from the late-comers. That form letter produced some unexpected results, and strange to say the most surprising came in the form of good dollars. Now it ought to be
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Through the California Dartmouth Association comes the information that Michael O'Malley is now associated with the Manila Finance and Discount Corporation with a business address of Hescock Building, Manila, P. I. "Mike" in
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Charron of Wellesley Hills, Mass., spent several weeks this summer traveling in England and on the Continent. On his visit to Paris, Ike was reminded of the postcard sent by Hinman, Logan, and Johnson to
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
According to the Boston Herald, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Chase of Milton are in their new home on Hillside St., which was formerly occupied by Mrs. Chase's mother, the late Mrs. H. Clifford Gallagher.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
"Toot" Bourne has recently left the employ of the Portland Cement Association, with which lie has been connected for over twenty-five years. He has returned from Cleveland to Chicago, where he was located for many years
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54
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1907
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Henry R. Lane
Charlie Ryder has been in California for the last two years, and is now associated with the Confederated Engineers, Ltd., 1008 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, Calif.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1908
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A. B. Rotch
Bob Marsden, dean of the Thayer School, spent several days in Bangor early in October, attending meetings of a national society of civil engineers, of which he is the secretary.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
The Travel A dvisers,80 Boylston St., Boston.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
That 1910 is Dartmouth's greatest class is proven by many statistics—one of which was standing second in the Alumni Fundtrimmed out only by '79, which beat us by less than $100—and which class must be filled with
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
From the pictures of reunion classes shown in the last issue o£ the ALUMNIMAGAZINE, it can be seen that although we did not win the cup for the largest percentage of returning members, we surely had the largest actual attendance,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Mose Linscott toured to Hanover for the Norwich game and found that, in addition to the class "townies," Milton Aronowitz and his bride and the von Tackys were week-ending there. The von Tackys' older boy, Richard L., is a
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1914
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C. E. Leech
Last month's issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE was sent to all names on the class list. Herb Austin, our treasurer, has meanwhile written you concerning the matter of class dues ($3), which, by the way, includes the magazine.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
A new law firm under the name of Richardson, Wolcott, Patten, and Bennett has recently opened offices at 89 State St., Boston. This firm succeeds the former firm of Dallinger, Pollard, and Richardson. This is of particular class
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
No news is good news in some cases. But this scribe has to have facts for this column. So come on, let's have a little Walter Winchelling.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmore
The class news this month consists entirely of extracts from letters received in answer to a few questionnaires sent out. Sam White's interesting letter of his new job in Alaska is given almost in full, and the others are
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1918
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Fredrick W. Cassebeer
One cannot witness the effects of nature's paint brush on the early October landscape in New Hampshire without reaffirming one's sense of extreme satisfaction with Dartmouth's glorious location. It was the Secretary's
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1919
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James C. Davis
Rock Hayes and we, rivals at such things as golf and ping-pong since undergraduate days, have entered a new competition; that of seeing who can make a Brooks suit wear the longest. Rock has a slight lead on us right now, his
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
To the editors, congratulations. The new MAGAZINE is all that you said it would be.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
When reading through our New York Times one morning recently we were startled to see a familiar face staring at us from one of the sporting pages. It seems that our ex-president, Orton H. H., had been snapped by a news
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H.Horan
Ed Rowe is with the New York city chapter of the W. T. Grant Co., at 1441 Broadway, commuting to Rowayton, Conn.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
The Norwich game the last Saturday in September brought together a few wellscattered members of the class. Gordon Bridge and Mrs. Bridge left three seats vacant beside them on the fifty-yard line, which your correspondent with
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
The class of '25 has been honored with two fair daughters, brand-new. The first is Miss Martha Alice Learnard, daughter of the Dutch Learnards. The other is Miss Anne Sweetser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sweetser. The
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
Continuing the policy of last year, the following article by George Scott is the first in the series to be written by each member of the executive committee to the class. Next month Clarence McDavitt will write concerning the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1928
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LeRoy C. Milliken
The Lary wedding announcement has brought up the idea that something seems to have happened to the matrimonial business this last summer. The scarcity of announcements is astounding, and a fellow wonders whether it's because
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1929
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Frederick William Andres
This month should have found us in full stride with enough material to match our enthusiasm and desire for a real class letter. But the returns have not begun to come in yet, and so we must eke along as best we can with a couple
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
For this month's installment we are chiefly indebted to those good men of the executive committee, John French and Bob Booth, who came through neatly with letters to inaugurate the new system of ghost-writing which we expect to
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
There should be a lot of interesting news gleaned from both small and large Thirty-one reunions at the football games these days. Lots of Thirtyoners would like to hear about whom you saw and what they're doing—how's to pass
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley
No report of Ben Jeffery's wedding in June had come to my ears until yesterday, when Hosmer stepped into town on his way down to the docks, hoping to find a berth to Shanghai or some place. Anyway Ben was married on June 28 to
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Article
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago
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Hap Hinman'10
The '07 football team started its famous season with these scores D 12—Norwich o . . . Do—Vermont o . . . D 6—Tufts o .. . D 10—N. H. State 0.. . D 27—Maine o . . . D 15—Amherst 10 (what was to be the only score against
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HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees Higgs Bowen
IN ONE of his metaphysical dialogues Giordano Bruno exclaims whimsically that "Ignorance is the most attractive science in the world because it is acquired without labor or pains." The old "awakener of sleeping minds," as he
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Mr. Willard T. McLaughlin '25
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Mr. Willard T. Mclaughlin'25 is the author of "Atlantic Coastal Plain Plants in the San Barrens of Northwestern Wisconsin." This has been reprinted from Ecological Monographs for July, 1932. Mr. McLaughlin is also the author of
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE DISCOVERY OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
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John Barker Stearns
By Harry E. Burton, Professorof Latin in Dartmouth College. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1932.Pp. 1-130, with four maps, bibliography,and index.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE COLLEGE LIBRARY BUILDING
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N.L.Goodrich
By James Thayer Gerould '95, Librarianof Princeton University. Charles Scribners Sons.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE DREAMER OF DEVON
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John Hurd Jr.
an Essayon Henry Williamson. By HerbertFaulkner West. The Ulysses Press Ltd.London, 1932.
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
On the New Style
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Dear Sir: May I extend my sincere congratulations upon the new format of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. As an editor of more than thirty years' experience, I feel somewhat qualified to pass judgment on matters of this sort. This
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Article
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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After seven years in the old country John Spaghetti is back at his Webster Hall station selling plaster of Paris skulls (for ash trays), "Billycan" and "Billycan't," bull-dogs, small busts of Mozart and Beethoven, and if the
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OWN THE CAR THE WORLD RESPECTS
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