Issue: 19330201

Wednesday, February 1, 1933
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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CONTENTS
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Schools Preparing for Darmouth
Schools Preparing for Darmouth
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GENERAL & ELECTRIC
GENERAL & ELECTRIC
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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February, Second Month—February hath 28 days
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Editorial Comment
COLLEGES IN THE NEWS
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SOME ONE has been at pains lately to make a survey of the amount of college news, direct and indirect, that is printed in the American newspapers, with the result of proving, so far as unverified statistics ever prove anything,
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Editorial Comment
TIN PAN ALLEYS
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MORE than ever before people are looking to the College for good taste. In an age in which crude ridicule, bombast, cheapness and vulgarity are widely disseminated from stages, radios, and talkie screens, the higher institutions of
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ANOTHER "COMBINED MAJOR"
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IN a recent number of the MAGAZINE mention was made of the "combined" major in the departments of Biography and Comparative Literature. Another such major recently added to the curriculum is the English-Philosophy major or
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A PRACTICING LAWYER
A PRACTICING LAWYER
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George M. Morris 'II
"If we are to speak of the law as our mistress we who are here know that she is a mistress only to be wooed with sustained and lonely passion—only to be won by straining all the faculties by which man is likest to a god. When I think thus of the law, I see a princess, mightier than she who once wrought at Bayeux, eternally weaving into her web dim figures of the ever-lengthening past—figures too dim to be noticed by the idle, too symbolic to be interpreted except by her pupils, but to the discerning eye disclosing every painful step and every world shaking contest by which mankind has worked and fought its way from savage isolation to organic social life."
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HOW TO WAX SKIS
HOW TO WAX SKIS
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Otto Schniebs and J. W. McCrillis '19
Authors of Modern Ski Technique"
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS, ALUMNI CARNIVAL, FEB. 24, 25, 26
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS, ALUMNI CARNIVAL, FEB. 24, 25, 26
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Friday, February 24 Afternoon Arrival and registration. Evening Player's production o£ "The Critic" by Sheridan in Little Theatre, 8:30. Skiing and skating by flood- light. Saturday, February 25 Morning Private ski
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WALT WHITMAN'S DARTMOUTH VISIT
WALT WHITMAN'S DARTMOUTH VISIT
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Harold W. Blodgett
A FEW weeks ago a Dartmouth undergraduate, much absorbed in James Truslow Adams, "The Epic of America," noticed that the author had prefaced his book with certain swinging dithyrambs from Walt Whitman:
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WITH THE OUTING CLUB
WITH THE OUTING CLUB
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S. B. DUNN '34
CARNIVAL! And in the ranks of the Outing Club there is that hectic hurry and scramble, so confused and yet so gloriously thrilling, that can be appreciated only by one who has seen Carnival loom up but a matter of days ahead,
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PROGRAM of The Twenty-Third Annual Winter Carnival
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Friday, February Tenth
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Pres. Hopkins Blames War For Economic Ills
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Defense of Dartmouth's athletic policies and an analysis of the functions of education in the present depression were undertaken by President Hopkins in his speech at the annual banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Commencement
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The 1933 Commencement exercises will be held June 20. As usual this date falls on a Tuesday, setting the opening of the Commencement season back to Friday, June 16. The senior class will observe its class day exercises June 17.
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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 figures given in the latest quarterly report of
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Movie Shows Scheduled
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The following clubs and associations are to show the latest Dartmouth College News reels during the next few weeks: February 3 Rochester 7 Los Angeles 10 Portland 13 San Francisco 21 Milwaukee March 8 Bridgeport
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New York State Leads In Men Enrolled
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According to figures published in the latest edition of The Darmouth CollegeBulletin, New York leads all states in students enrolled in the College with 540 men or 22.7 per cent of the total enrollment of 2,373. Massachusetts
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Tower Room
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Masculine tradition in the fireside readings held fortnightly in the Tower Room of Baker Library was disclaimed for the first time on January 20, when Mrs. Ramon Guthrie, wife of the Dartmouth professor of French and former
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Scholarship Funds
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Two additions to available scholarship funds have recently been received by the College. The Dartmouth Women's Club of Boston, organized chiefly for the purpose of raising money to be added to the scholarship funds of the
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Archie Ranney's Gold Watch
Archie Ranney's Gold Watch
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H. H. Macdona '33
A Cherished Gift Is Added to Famous Dartmouth Athletic Trophies
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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J. S. M. '33
We would like to begin this contribution by taking back all we said in the last issue about the ideal wintry weather. Once again the Hanover snows have disappeared, once again we have a hockey team without ice upon which to
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
MILLENIUM
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J. S. M. '33
Once again to skeptical undergraduates comes the news that the railroad powers that be have ordained a new depot to take the place of the architectural outrage that for several generations has saddened travelers who have been
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
LITERATI
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J. S. M. '33
Although this particular notice should, perhaps, more correctly be placed in the alumni columns, still the men concerned really have not been separated from the college long enough to be classed as dyed-in-the-wool alumni.
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
TIGER-INDIAN
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J. S. M. '33
The College received with satisfaction the announcement that the rumors concerning a Dartmouth-Princeton football game had really been based on fact and that the two teams would definitely come to grips in the fall of 1933. The
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
SQUASH
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J. S. M. '33
We note with interest that even in these parlous times, there is enough interest in squash to lead to the formation of a varsity team. The team is experimental and no letters will be awarded. All matches are to be played in
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
NUGGET
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J. S. M. '33
The Nugget suddenly burst forth last week with a program which is unquestionably the best of the current year. With "The Animal Kingdom," "Cynara," "A Farewell To Arms" and "Strange Interlude" within a week, the curricular
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
CREEPER
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J. S. M. '33
We always had a rather grudging admiration for the former conductor of this column. He was verbose and long winded, we admit, but still he had the rebellious air of a true Comp. Lit. major. We heard, recently, sad to relate, a
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
CARNIVAL OFFERINGS
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J. S. M. '33
An alert Carnival committeeman has just supplied us with the calendar of events for the annual winter party. Among the more prominent offerings are a hockey game with Harvard, a swimming meet with Yale, a basketball game with
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UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
MILESTONES
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J. S. M. '33
Zeta Alpha Phi: president, H. W. Jackson '34, Durham, N. H.; vice-president, S. F. Alexander '34, Park Ridge, N. J.; secretary, E. B. Thomas '34, Dorchester, Mass.; treasurer, R. P. Balgley '34, West Hartford, Conn.
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With the Players
With the Players
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Harry Ingram '34
The season of 1932-1933 promises to be one of the most successful in the history of the Dartmouth Players according to Warner Bentley, the director. With the help of Henry Williams, technical director, Mr. Bentley has built the
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Diary of a Freshman
Diary of a Freshman
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A. P. Butler '36
DURING Christmas vacation we have had a chance to talk over the whole situation, to spread out our ideas on college and to exhibit any benefit we have derived: "Well, my son, college will make something of you yet—one way or
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS With Phil Sherman
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There is quite a hodge-podge of athletic news this month—some good, some not so good—a welter of notes which we shall take from the boiling pot one by one.
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Basketball Comes Up
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Some time ago an enthusiastic alumnus out in the Middle West wrote in to this section and said that while the material was all well and good and he enjoyed it, I tended to become a little too enthusiastic myself at the start of
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
. . . And Hockey
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The story on the hockey team runs its placid way each year, and the tale of woe this year is no different than last. At this writing we are enjoying spring-like weather in Hanover, and there has been very little ice for the team
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
1933 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
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Sept. 30. Norwich. Oct. 7. Vermont. 14. Bates. 21. Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. 28. Harvard at Cambridge. Nov. 4. Yale at New Haven. 11. Princeton at Princeton. 18. Cornell. 25. Chicago at Chicago.
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Odds and Ends
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I don't know whether chess is within a sports writer's province, but something more than passing mention should be made of the Dartmouth chessmen who went to New York duing the holidays and defeated both Yale and Princeton. They
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TIGERS' COURT VICTORY ENDS PRE-EXAM SPORTS
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Princeton's 40-25 victory over the Dartmouth basketball team on January 21 dropped the Indians temporarily into third place in the Eastern Intercollegiate League standings and marked the end of Hanover's pre-examination schedule of
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Death
Death
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ALUMNI NOTES Necrology
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
San Francisco Smoker
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B. L. Winslow '20, Secretary
We had our last party of the year in the form of a smoker at Selden Smith's home in Berkeley, December 30. Prof. Harold R. Bruce of the faculty of the College flew up from Los Angeles to be with us on that evening, remained at
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News from Associations and Classes
Annual Report From Detroit
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Luncheons of the Dartmouth Club of Detroit were held every Tuesday throughout the year, including the summer months. The largest attendance was 30, the smallest 8, and the average for the year 16. Seventeen members attended at
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Regular Baltimore Meeting
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Clinton S. Bradley Jr. '27
The regular monthly dinner of the Baltimore Dartmouth Alumni Association was held Wednesday evening, January 4, at the Blackstone Apartment Club Room, 33d and Charles Sts., Baltimore, Md. Meetings will be held the first
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News from Associations and Classes
Association of Westchester County
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The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Westchester County is planning to hold a dinner during the month of March or April, at which President Hopkins will be the principal speaker. Notice of same will be sent to all members as soon
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News from Associations and Classes
Dartmouth Club of New York
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James D. Landauer, Secretary
'Twas the night after two weeks of holiday nights and the Dartmouth Club bridge team had begun to have serious doubts as to its ability. Defeats by Yale, Princeton, Harvard, and Cornell cause Captain "T" Brown '06 to order
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News from Associations and Classes
Luncheon Club of Newark
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The last regular luncheon meeting was held at the Newark Athletic Club on Thursday, December 15. The high record of attendance established at the November meeting was closely approached, with twenty-nine alumni on hand.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1873
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Rev. Samuel W. Adriange
The Alumni Editor, in behalf of the group of class secretaries, extends to our greatly esteemed colleague, Mr. Adriance, hearty congratulations on his attainment of an eightieth birthday, which occurred on the 9th of January.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
David N. Putney removed his residence from Philadelphia, Pa., about a year ago to Goffstown, N. H., and after remaining there for some time, came back to his old home town of Bow, N. H., where he now resides. His post office
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
The following appears in a recent letter from Barton.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Mrs. J. E. Ingham has a new address at 533 Lane St., Clay Center, Kans., her daughter with whom she makes her home having moved there recently from Wakefield, Kans.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
First call for reunion in June has gone out to the twenty-nine living members of the fifty-five year class, and all are summoned to join the bonus march or the hunger march or the march of the unemployed, whichever may be the
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rige
Mrs. Charles L. Carpenter returned from her European trip just before Christmas. Rev. W. P. Hardy came East in September on account of the fatal illness of a sister. He visited his brother at the old home in Nelson, N. H.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
We have recent news of the three children of Ozora and Mrs. Davis. Elizabeth was married October 8, 1932, to David Burford of New York city. Alexander received his medical degree last June and is spending this year at Johns
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1890
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Willis McDuffee
It is with sadness that we report the passing of another classmate, Rev. Charles F. Robinson. A sketch of his very useful life will be found in another column of this MAGAZINE. Representing the class of '90 at the funeral at
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
On December 17, Mrs. Maria K. Gould died in the Midway Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. After Charley's death in Washington, ten years ago, Mrs. Gould moved to St. Paul, where she lived with two of Charley's sisters. For a number of
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
No holiday remembrance received by the Secretary at Christmas time, 1932, was more welcome than the unique "Song of the Sons of Eleazar," which came with the greetings of its author, Superintendent A. O. Caswell of the Milford,
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
Henry Hurd has had the rare privilege of association with his father through a prolonged old age. Decker Field is another man with the same privilege. His father is over 90. Henry's father was 93 at his death, December 4. He was
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
William F. Whitcomb, Claremont, was elected state senator from Sullivan county in the November election in New Hampshire.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1897
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Ernest M. Butterfield
Archie Mills is still in business at Seattle, and is living with his younger son, Hayden C., at 8046 17th Avenue Northeast. His older son, Archibald R., is engaged in the practice of law in Los Angeles, a city in southern
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
Within the last three weeks the case of our classmate Russell has been brought to the attention of a number of the class, and a splendid response has been the result. Such a spirit of fellowship speaks well for the class of '98.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
When in doubt, follow the alphabet, so here goes for the two Eastern Abbotts, Pap and Rab. More formally, the imposing white card says, "Mr. Alson Morgan Abbott, formerly with J. R. Williston and Company, has this day become
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The teaching members of the class seem to be having all the privileges during these days of depression. L. B. Richardson spent almost a year in Europe, and now we learn that Arthur Roberts spent last winter in Paris, the
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Ed Hunter has been re-elected as representative to the General Court of New Hampshire, from Hanover.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwell
Just before leaving for a hurried trip to the Midwest about December 1, I looked over the letters on my desk to see that there was on hand a supply of material for the next installment to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. The letter from
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
On being invited to summarize his life's efforts after the first twenty-five years out of college, William W. Grant Jr. approached the situation, as he pleased to term it, without any contradiction from our erudite class
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Richard Davis, the son of rightfielder Charley Davis, is radio announcer for Station WMAS, the voice of Western Massachusetts.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Austen Lake writes in the Boston Evening Transcript of January 3 an interesting story about "The Western Reserve Keadys, Pere and Fils," with a close-up of "Son Barron Getting a Pointer from His Father and Head Coach Tom Keady."
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
Gott Brooks was elected senior grand warden of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, A. F. and A. M., at its annual election on December 14.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1907
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Henry R. Lane
Norman Cushman reports that a customer on the other end of the phone proved to be Kirke Moses, who is an executive of the Premoid Company, Springfield, Mass.
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1908
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A. B. Rotch
James S. Proctor died the morning of January 9 at Deaconess Hospital in Boston, of pneumonia. Classmates attended the funeral January 11 at his home, 66 Orchard Road, Swampscott. Jim was manager of freshman football in college,
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
SANDY HOOKER DISABUSES OURCONFIDENCE (?) HUH!!!
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News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
Prof. Jim W. Ingalls of Northeastern University and Lake George, N. Y., and a professor of note and dignity, has taken up speed-boating as a hobby—the Boston Post devotes two or three columns to a picture of the professor's
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Probably most classmates have already figured out that twenty-five years ago they were freshmen at Dartmouth College. Accordingly they have doubtlessly been much interested in the Twenty-five Year Ago Column, which is being so
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
In a real Democratic year—here, there, and everywhere—our good old 1912er "Pett" Pettingell on a Republican ticket was re-elected treasurer of Norfolk county, Mass., for the next four years. The vote was Pettingell (R) 71,170,
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Bob Mungall wrote from Moscow a letter which he mailed in Berlin, Germany, advising that he was planning to leave Russia about December 3 or 4, and until we hear from him at the Reunion in Hanover we can only assume what his
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1914
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C. E. Leech
HOW AVERAGE MAN VIEWS JOBHOLDERS SHOWN BY SURVEY
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
Haze Hazen, formerly of Windsor, Vt., has joined the Springfield, Mass., 'ls delegation. He is district manager of "Crazy Crystals," which Deane says is the world's best beverage. Doubtless even the samples will be appetizing
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
You are asking me for news, John:News of the boys around here.We are all playing close to our vests, John,And wondering when we will have Beer.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmore
News has come in this month in fine style from several sources, but particularly in letters answering the Secretary's questionnaire. From Butch Sherman, we have a newspaper clipping announcing his marriage on November is to
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1919
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James C. Davis
The recent issue of the Nineteen News brought us a little mail but still too little, and as it looks as if there would have to be another Nineteen News very soon we are going to hang on to those few tidbits for that worthy
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
What little news there is to report this month comes from classmates not often heard from. FERDINAND SABOURIN has spent most of his recent years in Oklahoma: in 1926 at Webb City, was married in Pawhuska in 1929, was in Perry
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
Bill Embree writes from Chicago that the crowd there had a look at the Tenth Reunion movies during December. Bill had just been on a duck-hunting trip, and he arranged a dinner at the Chicago Athletic Association to precede the
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Bill Rex, for long with Continental Illinois Company, Chicago, and now manager of the trading department of the concern, has a new address in Wilmette, 111 Park Ave.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Lew Erckert
Johnnie Dregge
Curt
Every member of the class will most certainly wish to extend his sympathy to Bill Buettner, whose wife, Dora Buettner, died Sunday, December 4, at the Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn. She was born in Brooklyn, graduated from the
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
Classmate Drennan Slater emerged victorious from the Chicago elections and is now a member of the House of Representatives of Illinois from the Sixth Senatorial District. This district includes Evanston and a considerable part
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
Ritchie C. Smith
Once again we hear from the Golden Gate of the Pacific. In the following article, Ritchie (Cornie) Smith carries you from the depth of San Quentin Prison to the height of a contemplated trip to the Hawaiian Islands.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
Gus
Nineteen thirty-three has sure started out fine as far as we are concerned. During the first month we received through Uncle Sam's postal service exactly three communications from members of the class. This being an increase of
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
You know, I've been wondering for the last five or six minutes as I've been looking over the literary raw material whether we got a good or a bad break by graduating when we did. The depression has probably skipped no one—some
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1929
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Frederick William Andres
Mace Ingram
Bill Keyes
In the midst of the one and only blizzard of the season to date eighteen of your brother bucks trailed out from the Cambridge gathering spot to the cozy delights of a steak feast before the roaring fireplace of the Outing
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
The first meeting of the executive committee since graduation was held in New York December 22. Bob Booth, treasurer, took time off from his law classes, Pete Callaway came over from the fancy headquaraters of Conde Nast, Dean
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
It just could not be helped, gentlemen. It's the first time in the history of the column that I've missed, and I'm genuinely sorry.
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Class Notes
News from Associations and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley, 2ND
Dieter
After one false start during the fall New York Thirty-two men finally inaugurated a program for more or less regular reunions with a dinner at the Dartmouth Club on December 28. Due partly to the inefficiency of the Secretary
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Article
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QUINQUENNIAL
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Day follows night, and night brings day again, And solstice leaps to solstice, as the year Spins, with vicissitudes of joy and pain, Until in scenes by far-off youth made dear Our proud quinquennial again drawsnear. Once
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Article
Do You Remember the Time—About Twenty-Five Tears Ago . . .
Do You Remember the Time—About Twenty-Five Tears Ago . . .
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Dr. John W. Bowler
Hap Hinman '10
The basketball squad was getting organized with the following men playing during the January games ... If, Brady, Goodere; rf, Morrissey, Wiley; c, Capt. Lang; lg, Schildmiller, Burns; rg; Dingle, Avery, Hedges. Vermont was
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MERRILL FOLLANSBEE'S DESERT HOME TO BE
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in the St. Croix River valley and built their summer homes on its shores. Since then it has been a question with Stan of "try and catch him on East." Stan is president of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Northwest.
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Article
HANOVER BROWSING
HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees Higgs Bowen
MY BROWSING this last month has been in more pleasant meads. After having meandered my way through gorsy books on the depression and disquieting volumes on Russia I felt like escaping into the glamorous corners of the book
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Alumni Publications
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The Review of Economic Statistics for November 15, 1932, contains an article "Selected Individual Commodities and Recent Cyclical Fluctuations in Business" by S. J. Dennis '28. The February, 1932, number of the same magazine
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
ANONYMOUS FOOTSTEPS
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Stearns Morse
By John MO'Connor. Cheshire House, New York
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
* DARTMO UTH OUTING CLUB HANDBOOK.
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N. L. Goodrich
Dartmouth Outing Club,Hanover, N. H.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
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Frank Maloy Anderson
ByCharles Downer Hazen '89, Henry Holtand Company, New York. Two volumes.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Faculty Publications
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Macmillan Company announces the publication of "Studies in Expressive Movement" by Gordon W. Allport, formerly of the Psychology Department of Dartmouth College, and Philip E. Vernon. This volume contains a chapter "Matching
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A MODERN CONQUISTADOR. ROBERT BONTINE CUNNIN GHAME GRAHAM
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John Hurd Jr
His Life and Works by Herbert Faulkner West, Cranley & Day:London.
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Article
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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Approving The Dartmouth . . . Anecdotes . . . Harvard's Society of Fellows . . . What Color Cover Miscellany and Comment
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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[Ed. Note: Dr. Spalding '66 (M.D. Harvard '70, Litt.D. Dartmouth '28) is one ofour best friends and correspondents. Advanced age and deafness have hardlyhindered his constant and varied activity.] Dear Sir:
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