Issue: 19321201

Thursday, December 1, 1932
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CHESTERFIELD
CHESTERFIELD
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Baker Library at Night— Cover Design Eastman Kodak Company
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Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
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3,4,5
Lettter from the Editor
Editorial Comment
Editorial Comment
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FOOTBALL'S FUTURE
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6,7,8,9,10
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JOHN WHEELOCK'S EUROPEAN JOURNEY
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Leon B. Richardson
IN HIS own words this is John Wheelock's "account of my tour in Europe relative to the prosperity of Dartmouth College." As the editor of this manuscript, Prof. Leon B. Richardson, points out the College was in great need of funds at the time. The young head of the College ambitiously sought to duplicate the well rewarded efforts of Nathaniel Whitaker and Samson Occom on their historic trip to England. The presentation here of President Wheelock's report (in his own peculiar style of composition, it should be added) is the first publication of the manuscript. John Wheelock became president of Dartmouth in 1779, upon the death of his father, Dr. Eleazar Wheelock, founder of the College. He was a member of Dartmouth's first graduating class, 1771. He served as president until 1815, two years before his death. As the author of the recently published two-volume "History of Dartmouth College" Professor Richardson has added another distinguished work to his many accomplishments. The MAGAZINE is indebted to him for the discovery of this interesting manuscript and for his careful editing of it. The story is divided into two parts, the second to be printed next month.
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JOURNALISM AS A CAREER
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Paul E. Moyer
THIS IS the first of a series of vocational articles to be published in these pages during the year. Others to follow in succeeding months will include religion, law, public life, and medicine to be written by these prominent Dartmouth men: Dr. Boynton Merrill '15, George M. Morris 'll, Senator George H. Moses '90, Dr. William G. Morgan '90. The articles are designed to be of general interest as interpretations of the opportunities and rewards of a variety of careers followed by college alumni. PAUL E. MOYER of the class of 1918, the author of this story of the colorful career of journalism as he finds it, is an editorial writer for the Providence Journal. He is one of more than a hundred Dartmouth men engaged in newspaper and editorial work.
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DARTMOUTH LIFE IN 1836
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Hewett C. Fessenden, 1838
An interesting letter has come to the College through the courtesy of Professor Adelbert Ames, himself a grandson of one of the students to whom the letter was addressed. It was written on October 10, 1836, by Hewett C. Fessenden of the class of 1838 to Benjamin F. Butler and N. G. Rogers, then students at Waterville College, later named Colby College, in Maine. The letter is interesting not only for the intimate picture of college life in the '30's which it presents but also through the fact that it was addressed to a man who later occupied a large position in the life of the country. The writer of the letter evidently transferred to Dartmouth from Waterville at the beginning of his junior year. He was a native of New Gloucester, Maine, and after graduating from Dartmouth studied medicine in Portland and Bowdoin Medical College where he graduated in 1841. He practised in Saco, and Eastport, Maine, and also served as acting assistant surgeon in the United States army. He died on October 22, 1885, at Eastport, Maine.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President Comments on Magazine Proposal
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A letter from President Hopkins to Everett H. Hymen '33, editor of The Dartmouth, referring to an editorial which Hymen wrote seconding the ALUMNI MAGAZINE editorial "A Proposal for Leadership," was printed in the sixth issue
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Council Meeting
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The Dartmouth Alumni Council held its annual fall meeting in New York city at the Dartmouth College Club, October 28. William J. Minsch '07, president of the Council, called the morning session to order at 10:00 o'clock. The
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Trustee Nominated
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At the meeting of the Alumni Council held in New York October 38, the name of Victor M. Cutter '03 of Boston, Massachusetts, was placed in nomination as alumni trustee to succeed Charles G. DuBois '91 at the expiration of Mr.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Night
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Dartmouth Night, which was observed in many cities throughout the world November 4, attracted a much larger participation than usual in the celebration of the occasion in Hanover. Many guests were in Hanover for the fall house
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President's Engagements
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President Hopkins has, among his other engagements, participated in two centennial celebrations recently, being a speaker at the 100th anniversary ceremonies at Wabash College October 28-31 and delivering the centennial
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Honors Work
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Recently published figures show that 103 seniors and juniors are enrolled in honors work in the various departments. The Department of English again leads with the greatest number of men, but increases are noticeable in other
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth in Politics
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Although complete returns on the names of all Dartmouth men who ran for political office November 8 are not available the somewhat scattered information follows:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Dartmouth Movies
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Suitable for home showing and especially designed for use by alumni clubs, the new fall issue of Dartmouth College News will be ready for distribution about the middle of this month. The films are 16 mm. in size, being the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Fraternity Scholarship
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"Sigma Alpha Mu captured first place in the scholastic standings of the fraternities which were published recently by the registrar, with Alpha Sigma Phi and Theta Chi following the leader closely. The tabulation follows:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Harvard Business School
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At the request of the Graduate School of Business Administration at Harvard the MAGAZINE is pleased to communicate information to alumni concerning its extra session just announced. Beginning January 30 there will be a special
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22
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Patten Resolution
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At the meeting of the Alumni Council in New York October 28 the following resolution on the death of Professor William Patten was adopted:
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22
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Degree for President
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President Hopkins, on the occasion of the Wabash College Centennial at which he was one of the principal speakers, received an LL.D. degree from Wabash, at the hands of his brother, Louis B. Hopkins, president of the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Pike Estate
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The gift to Dartmouth College from the estate of Miss Lydia J. Pike of Dover, N. H., which was estimated at the time of her death last year at "over $100,000," was found upon the settlement of the estate to be in excess of
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Regular Alumni Club and Association Meetings
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Monthly and weekly meetings only are listed. Name of secretary given in each case.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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J. S. M. '33
Since our last appearance in these columns, the College and the community have been saddened by the passing of three members of the Dartmouth faculty. Two have been known and cherished by men of the College for many years while
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23
Article
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
FRESCO
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J. S. M. '33
The Orozco fresco which is to adorn the walls of the reserve room in the Baker Library is slowly being marked out somewhat to the discomfort of chronic patrons of this department. Interesting to note in connection with the
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
NEOPHYTES
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J. S. M. '33
The hills and dales, usually deathly still in the long evening watches, of late have had their customary tranquil calm boldly intruded upon. Shouts and screams have been rending the midnight air. Tired feet have been pounding
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
COMMENDATION
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J. S. M. '33
We have, perhaps, been unfair in revealing only one side of The Dartmouth, in mentioning it only when some ludicrous mistake has made it the butt of campus joking. We have undoubtedly been stressing the technical side of the
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
LAURELS
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J. S. M. '33
In all Armistice Day celebrations during our grammar and high school days, it was the romantic, glamorous bellicose side of war which was always stressed. We were surprised and tremendously pleased at the intensely pacifistic
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
SOCIAL NOTE
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J. S. M. '33
As customary with the last home football game came the annual Fall House Party festivities. Anxious to discover the result of the depression, if any, upon the number of girls present or upon other expenditures, we looked about
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23,24
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
PAX
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J. S. M. '33
We just can't possibly seem to keep Pacifism out of this ebullition. The latest step on the campus in the direction of fostering international peace is the forming of a chapter of the Green International which sounds something
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
MILESTONES
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J. S. M. '33
Captain of Varsity Football: Philip Julian Glazer '34, Memphis, Tenn.
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DIARY OF A FRESHMAN
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Aldis P. Butland '36
THIRD WEEK OF COLLEGE
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
With Phil Sherman
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As the final minutes of the Cornell-Dartmouth game ticked into history out in Ithaca, the realisation came to me that this season would be the hardest one to write, the toughest one to explain and the greatest enigma to us all
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25,26
Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Moral Victory at Harvard
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The game itself was a story of Dartmouth power and Dartmouth surges which carried through the first half into the closing minutes and had Harvard bewildered and desperate as the game neared its close. "In a febrile football
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Heartbreak in Conclusion
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Dartmouth came out of the huddle, and Wilbur Powers was far back in a punt formation. To Harvard it might have looked as though Powers might try a field goal to tie the score, but to us who have followed the team we knew that
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Anti-Climax in the Bowl
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The story of the Yale game was a dismal affair. Dartmouth went down into the Bowl and lost all of its spirit, dash and drive and came out on the short end of a 6-0 score which appeared to be just what Yale planned.
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Cornell Evens Old Scores
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For five years in a row Cornell had seen its teams beaten back by Dartmouth runs or Dartmouth passes, and the game was sweet balm to Cornell followers when it was all over.
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
The Squad for 1933
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This means that when the squad reports in 1933, Dartmouth will have the following line veterans on hand: Bill Embry, a whale of a good end; Phil Glazer and Al Baldwin, tackles, who played in and out football this year; Bob
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
The Outlook
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I make only a few suggestions for next year. Southern California's phenomenal success in the past has been, according to Howard Jones, due to the fact that the U. S. C. forward wall is made up almost exclusively of former
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Glazer Elected Captain
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As a late news bulletin, Phil Glazer, the boy from Memphis who "shuah laks to play football" was chosen as the 1933 leader of the Big Green, and the team could not have made a better choice than this slashing 205-pound tackle.
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Soccer
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The Dartmouth soccer team, under the coaching of Tommy Dent, came into its own this month with surprisingly good performances. They started the ball rolling by tying Harvard 4-4 down at Cambridge, and followed this game up
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Cross Country
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The cross country team, showing two good runners in Bob Quimby and Frank Lepreau, nevertheless had a very sorry season. Not a victory was in sight and the Green was buried by Harvard, New Hampshire, Yale and placed their first
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29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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ALUMNI NOTES
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth Club of Brattleboro
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The fall meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Brattleboro (Vt.) was held Wednesday evening, November 2,at the Ginseng Mountain Lodge, where E. H. Crane '98, Harrie B. Chase '12, Angus C. Black '17, E. Leonard Pearson '24, Robert
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News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth-Cornell—Princeton Smoker in Syracuse
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Stuart Edgerly
On the eve of the Cornell game, November 11, the Dartmouth Club of Syracuse joined with the local alumni of Cornell and Princeton in a smoker at the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce. Dartmouth was very fortunate in being able to
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News From the Associations and Classes
New York Association and Club
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James D. Landauer
As this is being written, the presidential campaign is over and Roosevelt seems to be in. With the football season within a week of being definitely under the belt until 1933, we of New York are settling down from a busy fall.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Washington Alumni Meet
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On Friday, Nevember 4, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington, D. C., held its annual meeting, and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President: Edward Stafford '11. Vice-Presidents: Senator George
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth Association of Northern California
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B. L. Winslow '20
FOOTBALL RETURNS BY WIRE October 22—optimism runs high! Dartmouth men gather for football luncheon in San Francisco, three hours (by the clock) before the game starts in the Harvard Stadium. At the kick-off, telegraph
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
In a recent letter Goodhue dwells on Abbott's rare qualities, his high standing with classmates, and his remarkable accomplishment. Goodhue remains one of the six or seven among the eighteen survivors of the class who have not
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Mrs. Emlie May (Herschler) Farnsworth, widow of our classmate, died October 21 at her home in Arlington, Mass. We made her acquaintance when she attended our Fortieth with her husband and her son Winston, later of Dartmouth '24.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
E. H. Rowell, after spending the summer at Tilton, is again at 198 Islington St., Portsmouth. Classmates passing that way will please take notice.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1880
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George A. Dickey
Henry W. Allen was elected representative to the New Hampshire General Court from Ward 4, Manchester, November 8. Henry is a Republican, and represented Ward 9 in the House of Representatives in 1905 and 1921.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1882
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Rev. William E. Strong
Ex-Governor Samuel D. Felker of New Hampshire, better known to '82 as Sam Felker, suffered a paralytic stroke on the evening of November 2, at the First Methodist church of Rochester, where he was one of the guests of a banquet
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1886
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Hon. Leslie P. Snow
Prof. Edwin B. Frost submitted to a successful surgical operation on October 14 which will give him permanent relief from the recurrent painful attacks of the last year. At this writing, two weeks later, he is reported as
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
The death of Dr. Neal Hoskins '99 recalls the colorful personality who entered so zealously as an undergraduate into the celebration of our Tenth Reunion and his admission into the class as an honorary member.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1888
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Fred L. Pattee
Annie Laurie, wife of Warren F. Gregory, died August 25. She was born at Hartford, Ct., a daughter of the late Charles Laurie, senior partner in the firm of E. Fleming & Co., Boston bookbinders. In November, 1898, she was
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Five of our class attended the annual after-the-game dinner at the Boston City Club, October 22. Undoubtedly Rice will give a report of the dinner, since it was the men of '87 who started the custom several years ago, and, in
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1890
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Willis McDuffee
Attendance from our class at the football games this year has been small, much to the disappointment of the Secretary, who went to Hanover for the Lafayette game and saw not a single member of '90, not even Perley Bugbee. At
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
On Saturday, October 29, in the First Church at Newton Center, Mass., Elizabeth Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Gordon, was married to Jesse Mead Van Law of Lima, Peru, where they will reside, the last part of their
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
The night before the Harvard game came the annual round-up by invitation of Matt Jones at his home, 30 Ledges Road, Newton Center, Mass. It was the old-time joyous reunion, which we have been given so often through Matt's
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1897
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Ernest W. Butterfield
The Presbyterian church, in Bedford, N. H., celebrated this summer the 100th anniversary of the erection of the artistic building of colonial architecture in which it is housed. William Jewett Tucker was for a time pastor of
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
Israel Aubey was a very sick man in September with infected teeth, but is now once more in his usual good health. There were fourteen members of '98 present at the annual round-up on the night before the Dartmouth-Harvard game.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
A full account of the successful five-class reunion at Woodland Golf Club, Auburndale, Mass., on Friday, October 7, will doubtless appear in the annual reports of '97, '98, '99, '00, and '01. Indeed, many of the details were
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The class of 1900 held its usual indoor round-up the night before the Harvard game. About twenty men were present, including Freeman Corson from Rochester, Doctor Brooks from Claremont, and Charles Proctor from Hanover, N. H.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Earl Whitaker's boy Stuart has entered Middlebury College as a freshman. Mrs. Whitaker still makes her home in Brooklyn, near the Jack Dowds.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwell
The considerable lapse of time between receipt of communications and actual appearance in formal type seems to some of our correspondents to indicate an unhealthy state of affairs, but, aside from the fact that the
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Preston W. Howard of Brockton, Mass., a well-known and successful contractor, none other than our old friend "Pip," is making a strong run for political honors as representative from his district to the Massachusetts
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
The night before the Harvard-Dartmouth game the annual get-together party came off as scheduled. Twenty-one men lined up, and all in good form. Those present were Mower, Norton, Lampee, Jackson, Robinson, Gale, Moulton,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Harry Taplin is credit manager for the Lyon Furniture Mercantile Agency, with offices at 258 Broadway, New York city.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
The annual round-up of the class was held as usual at the Parker House in Boston on the evening before the Harvard game. This year those present were Tom Connell, Shorty Davis, Ned French, Nat Leverone, Charlie Main, Harold
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1907
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Henry R. Lane
The Rev. Dr. Benjamin Martin Washburn, rector of Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal church, Boston, was consecrated as bishop coadjutor of the Newark diocese on October 13. The consecration was directed by the Rt. Rev. James DeWolf
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1908
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A. B. Rotch
Family dinner parties before the Harvard game, parties after the game, and game-stag parties have been tried with varying degrees of success. This year the Boston group led by Art Lewis arranged a pre-game luncheon at the Hotel
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
We had a very quiet but very pleasant class dinner the night before the Harvard game, in a private dining room at the University Club. There were present: Sandy Hooker, Art Swenson, Gordon Weinz, Sam Bell, Chet Brett, Cad
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
The Night-Before-Harvard-Game informal gathering at the University Club found such old stand-bys as "Heinie" Hyde, Walter Norton, "Else" Jenness, Larry Bankart, Fletch Burton, "Bones" Jones, Jim MacPherson, "Slip" Powers, Lew
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The class treasurer says that even collecting dues has some recompense, in that occasionally he gets a few insolent remarks which at least help to pass the time away. A few examples—Wee Kimball: "All classtreasurers should be
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
The "Big Green" team may not always win—the athletic budget may not balance —but if it weren't for "The Game" what a long time there would be to many old familiar greetings. As Jim Erwin has it, "The old traditions shall not
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
George Davidson is now in Havana, Cuba, with the Havana Post. In October he returned to Florida to move his wife and fourteen-year-old boy over to Havana, where he will make his home.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1914
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C. E. Leech
All is not depression with our good men of 1914. Here is Eddie Elkins, for example, who motored 8,770 miles this summer in eighteen days, which our daughter who is practicing long division informs us is at the rate of 487.2222
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
Thus far the election returns have brought cheer to friends of Russell, D. Chase, Republican senator-elect to the Massachusetts Senate from Springfield, and to William N. Rogers, Democratic congressman-elect from New Hampshire.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
Do you look as you did the fall after graduation? You should, for aren't we all back where we were sixteen years ago? Now I ask you.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmore
Spike Maclntyre organized the class dinner on Friday night before the Harvard game, and eleven men gathered at the University Club in a small but enthusiastic party. Those present were: Currier, Holden, Ed McGowan, Sanborn,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1918
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Fredrick W. Cassebeer
We are glad to note the upward progress being achieved by Ed Stanley. On November 1 he became member of the firm of Putnam, Bell, Dutch, and Santry, with offices at 60 State St., Boston.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1919
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James C. Davis
About every four weeks just as we get half enough material together for a Nineteen News, along comes the day after the day when we should have our notes in for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. And there we are without any Nineteen News.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
CARL LENZ has completed his thirteenth year in Cleveland representing the Chase Brass and Copper Co. He is married and has two daughters 11 and 5.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
As much as we dislike starting out with an apology, we guess that this month's meeting will have to be opened with one; and the reason is that the long promised class report is off until the w.k. corner is not only turned but
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
"The Wailing Rock Murders," the second thriller from the Corona of Kip Orr, has been getting fine reviews, and I hope its sales have been boosted by purchases made by his classmates. I am sure that he wouldn't mind if any of us
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
As if the hand of Providence had been in the business, the mailman yesterday brought me good cheer and column material in the form of a long letter from that Grand Old Man of '23, Lloyd K. Neidlinger, new member of the Alumni
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
"Was Lester Haws' face red?" So opens an A. P. dispatch from Ardmore, which got as far east as Boston. It seems that Les held a position as chairman of the Central Lower Merion township Republican committee, and was very busily
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
Now that election is over, it would seem there should be more time to devote to class notes, but not this month, mates. Your humble scribe has to leave town tonight, boys. "Whoa! Hold on a minute—not what you think, but it seems
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
Last month we announced that Clarence McDavitt would write about the budget plan in this issue. The mistake was ours, so while Mac is working on the plan developments for 1932-33, Tiny Marsans, who has been assistant freshman
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
The regular monthly dinners of the class started in Boston in September, and will be held each month on the third Wednesday night at the University Club. Any outof-town class members who can or happen to be in Boston the third
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1928
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LeRoy C. Milliken
You'll have to pardon me if this seems a little hasty, but the fact is that your friend Milliken's wife has made up her mind that it would be nice to move. And ALUMNI MAGAZINE or not, we move—and there are things to do.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1929
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F. W. Andres
In spite of discouraging scores the football season is a distinct success and a great boon to your scribe. Take the Yale game for example. We attended the game via the play-by-play report at the University Club, Boston. We sat
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
Pudge Hartmann, who stopped to exchange a word of greeting amid the clickclacking of press box typewriters and telegraph keys at the New Hampshire game, is the only alien Thirtyman who has passed the time of day this month in
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
Well, the 1931 class-baby contest seems to be in full swing! To date we have received entries from parents and friends of parents, accompanied by no little amount of excitement and enthusiasm. Can anyone better the claim of Mr.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley 2nd
It is strongly suspected in these quarters that somewhere in the editorial rooms of the MAGAZINE the tail end of this column was neatly and summarily snipped off last month. Probably it was the penalty of tardy submission.
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Article
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago
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Hap Hinman '10
Dartmouth closed one of its greatest football seasons of all time ... it bowled over Holy Cross 53-0 and ended by taking Harvard 22-0 . . . summary: Kennedy, DeAngelis, le; R. Bankart, Sherwin, It; Baldwin, Tobin, lg;
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A valued friend
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Article
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Disappearance of Verson W. Gooch, Class of 1901
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ALUMNI are asked by the family and business associates of Verson W. Gooch, a member of the Dartmouth class of 1901, to assist in solving the mystery of his disappearance in New York, November 8. Mr. Gooch is a
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THE DARTMOUTH PLATES
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Article
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HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees Higgs Bowen
OUT OF THE richness of his masterful experience Cardinal Richelieu in his Testament expresses the thought that "there are no persons more dangerous than those who want to rule kingdoms in accordance with the maxims they derive
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TIME
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The Stephen Daye Press
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
RELATION OF FAILURE TO PUPIL SEATING.
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W. R. W.
By Mayo M. Magoon '18,New York, 1932.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE WAILING ROCK MURDERS.
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Alice Van Leer Carrick
Clifford Orr '22. Farrar & Rinehart.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
"The Horopter and Corresponding Retinal Points"
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"The Horopter and Corresponding Retinal Points" by A. Ames Jr., and Kenneth N. Ogle; and "The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision" by A. Ames Jr., Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle; and
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE MAIN STREAM OF FRENCH LITERATURE.
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Charles R. Bagley
By Foster Erwin Guyer,Ph.D. '06, vi + 350 pp. Boston: D. C.Heath & Co. $2.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
ABENAKI INDIAN LEGENDS, GRAMMAR AND PLACE NAMES.
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E. P. K.
By HenryLome Masta. Published by the press ofLa Voix des Bois-Francs, Victoriaville,P. Q.
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The Campus Cafe
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
Those who noticed particularly the frontispiece of the MAGAZINE for November might have been struck by the large number of photographs of Websteriana assembled in one group. And the visitor who drops into the photographic
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Xmas Gifts
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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FRATERNITY QUARTERS
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