Issue: 19330501

Monday, May 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 Dartmouth
Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
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The Clark School
The Clark School
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ONE HOUR of Dartmouth
ONE HOUR of Dartmouth
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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May, Fifth Month—May hath 31 days
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Editorial Comment
"NO QUOTA"
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FRANK realism and understanding mark the "No Quota" campaign of the Alumni Fund Committee announced to the alumni in a mailing piece sent out during the past week. This approach for the Alumni Fund, as suggested in the March issue
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Editorial Comment
NATIONAL STRENGTH
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To ALL EXCEPT those most concerned with administrative affairs in Hanover the statistics re- vealed by Councilor Whelden in his article in this issue will be little short of amazing. Dartmouth's growth as a national college has
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Editorial Comment
PROFESSORS IN POLITICS
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A CERTAIN type of politician has often found some popular approval in stamping as "academic" and therefore useless, certain policies enunciated by his rival or competitor for public office. Indeed the term "academic" has in itself
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MEDICINE AS A VOCATION
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Wm. Gerry Morgan '90
FOR THOSE of my readers who are attracted to medicine as a vocation, I would earnestly recommend that before their final decision is made, they read diligently such outstanding works on the subject as are contained in the writings
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A Survey of Geographical Distribution
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Ford H. Whelden '25
Based on the Central States District in 24 American Colleges
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TEACHERS AND BOOKS
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Library*Teaching (No. ofCollege Staff Volumes) Dartmouth 241 350,000 Yale 684 2,000,000 Harvard 1.725 **3.336,000 Pinceton 294 670,000 Pennsylvania 1,318 740,000 Williams 79 145,000 Wash. & Lee 54 70,000 Amherst 72
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ANOTHER COMPARISON
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Endowment StudentsPer PerCollege Student Instructor Amherst $11,928 9.6 Princeton 11,241 8.7 Bowdoin 11,085 10.5 Yale 10,043 Williams 9,994 9.8 Harvard 9,882 10.8 Hamilton 8,979 10.3 Wesleyan 8,032 9.5 Trinity
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DARTMOUTH'S WATCH ON THE RHINE
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Gail M. Raphael '34
FORTY-EIGHT Robinson Hall has undergone a complete rejuvenation in its old age. Where formerly the small group comprising the Scientific Fraternity were wont to gather together to talk over the private lives of microbes and
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President Hopkins Speaks on Educational Unity
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Speaking on "Unity as an Educational Ideal" at the exercises on April 10 marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, President Hopkins denounced narrow
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Council
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In the annual election of representatives to the Dartmouth Alumni Council from the five districts of the country there is this year only one contest. Ballots were mailed last month from the Alumni Association offices in Hanover
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
College Trustees Meet
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The board of trustees of the College convened for their regular spring meeting in Parkhurst Hall on April 14. Those who were present were President Hopkins; Lewis Parkhurst '78, of Winchester, Mass.; H. B. Thayer '79, of New
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President Announces Revision of Salaries
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Greeted by an understanding and sym- pathetic spirit from the faculty audience that filled the faculty room of Parkhurst Hall, April 17, President Hopkins an- nounced that the Trustees of the College had recognized the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President Made Director
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President Hopkins was elected a member of the board of directors of the National Life Insurance Company on April 11. He succeeds William W. Stickney, former governor of Vermont, who died last December 15 after thirty years'
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
George D. Lord Elected Professor Emeritus
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The elections of Professor Frank W. Garran as acting clean of the Thayer School and of Professor George D. Lord as professor emeritus of classical archaeology were announced by President Hopkins at the close of the regular
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dorm Rents Reduced
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A new schedule of dormitory rentals to go into effect next year, providing lower rates in College dormitories for 830 men, was announced following the meeting of the trustees. The new schedule reduces the average room rent per
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Senior Fellows Named
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Six juniors of the College—Donald Gilson Allen of Manchester, Mass., Emerson Day of Bronxville, N. Y., Robert Henry Michelet of Washington, D. C., Oscar Melick Ruebhausen of Washington, Vt., Daniel Merrick Schuyler of Chicago,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth College News
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A schedule for the latest release of movies of the winter season at the College is released with this issue of the MAGAZINE. In addition there are a number of alumni clubs that have not yet decided definitely upon a date for
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Secretaries to Meet
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An invitation has been extended by the College to all alumni class and association secretaries to come to Hanover for the week-end of May 12 and 13 for the twentyninth annual meetings of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Statistics
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J. W. Perkins of the class of 1864, born October 27, 1835, remains the oldest living graduate of the College. The nine next oldest living graduates are: Name G. J. Cummings G. R. Williams C. Richardson Z. Gilman
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Commencement, June 16-20
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Advance information regarding the Commencement program to be followed June 16-20 will be mailed shortly to all members of reuning classes, which this year are: 1883 1888 1893 1898 1903 1908 1913 1918
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Graduate Fellowships
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The award of five fellowships for graduate study during 1933-34 has been announced by President Hopkins upon the recommendations of the faculty committee on Graduate Instruction and Fellowships. These fellowships, awarded to
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Model Conference Held
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E. E. Day '05, Hoover appointee to the Agenda Committee for the London Economic Conference in June, was the principal speaker before the Intercollegiate Model London Economic Conference which was held in Hanover on April 14
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Beta House Opens
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The new Beta Theta Pi fraternity house on Webster Avenue was opened for occupancy upon the return of students from spring vacation. Built on the Georgian Colonial plan with unstained cedar woodwork throughout, the new house
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Hanover Gazette Sold
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The business of publishing the weekly Hanover Gazette, secret ambition of many a Hanover-loving alumnus, was undertaken by Earl S. Hewitt, of Enfield, N. H., with the issue of April 20. Mr. Hewitt has taken over the ownership
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President's Engagements
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President Hopkins was the chief speaker at the annual dinner of the Connecticut association of Dartmouth alumni in Waterbury on April 20. Governor Wilbur L. Cross of Connecticut was also a speaker at the dinner.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
A. T. O. House Burns
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Fire, believed to have started through a short circuit, completely ruined the roof and third floor of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house on the evening of March 22. Furniture, clothes, and personal belongings were removed
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Players Pick "Amaco"
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The first presentation of Michael Flavin's modern play, Amaco, will be given by the Dartmouth Players sometime in May. The play, which requires an all-male cast and has 19 main roles, was just published in February and deals
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
D.O.C. of Boston
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News of one of the most active of alumni groups, the Dartmouth Outing Club of Boston, has been reaching Hanover throughout the winter season. Skiing trips and informal gatherings at the club Cabin have been held continuously
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Palaeopitus Plans Aegis
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A campaign to produce an abbreviated and less costly Aegis has been undertaken by Palaeopitus following the announcement by the year book editors that they would be unable to produce the usual book this year. This smaller Aegis
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Poetry Chosen
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Poems by four Dartmouth undergraduates have been chosen for inclusion in an anthology being prepared by the Poet's Guild of New York. They are "Imponderable Negative" by P. M. Day '35, of Milwaukee, Wis.; "Poem" by S. F.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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S. H. S. '34
Alongside those cliches dear to Dartmouth men like "It's a dry cold," and "It is a small college, but—" may now definitely be placed, "There is no Spring in April." We are at last ready to admit that the old-timers are right,
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Silverman Takes Chair
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Stanley H. Silverman '34, of New York City, editor of the Jack-o-Lantern and one of the six juniors recently selected to hold senior fellowships for 1933-34, assumes occupancy of the Undergraduate Chair with this issue
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Diary of a Freshman
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A. P. Butler '36
We left oft' last month just as hour exams were in full swing. Without doubt they took their toll as usual and yet they proved encouraging to some of us. In the election of class officers we managed to make up our minds after
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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extra With Phil Sherman
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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ALUMNI NOTES
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
New York Association
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James D. Landauer, Secretary
On Monday, March 6, President Hopkins paid a visit to the New York alumni at a luncheon tendered him at the Bankers Club, 120 Broadway. The gathering was most informal and was attended by 198 Dartmouth men.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Chicago Club Plans
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John Goodwille '31
The new president of the Chicago Dartmouth Club, "Smiling Sam" Banning '00, announces his determination to get out a larger number of men for the weekly luncheons. These affairs are held every Wednesday at Mandel's. Nate
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Annual Boston Banquet
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C. W. Bartlett '27, Secretary
The annual dinner of the Boston Alumni Association was held in the main dining room of the Boston Chamber of Commerce, March 11. To encourage a large attendance the dinner was put on at minimum expense. There were about 325
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News From the Associations and Glasses
St. Louis Club Active
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R. S. Holbrook '29, Secretary
Taking advantage of an extra day provided in Dean Laycock's St. Louis plans this year, the St. Louis alumni held an informal smoker in honor of the Dean on the night preceding the annual banquet, February 28.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
St. Louis Luncheon
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J. W. Laffey '31
In order that the alumni and other Dartmouth enthusiasts could enjoy the more intimate association of Professor Joshi, the regular Thursday noon luncheon for this week was advanced to Tuesday, April 4. Dr. Joshi was in town
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San Francisco Meeting
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Abe Winslow '20, Secretary
A bunch of the boys were whoopin' it up at Marquard's in San Francisco when the "official party" arrived. 'T was to be a sad event for retiring president Herb Follett '03 and his administration. They had made good progress in
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1872
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George H. Fletcher
Through the kind offices of Mrs. George 15. Fiench, Nashua, N. f J.. your Secretary has learned of an address by Hon. Albert LeRoy Bartlett, former mayor of Haverhill, Mass., and now a member of the Massachusetts legislature.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Hay and his sister, Miss Sarah Hay, located for the winter at Berkeley Court, Charleston, S. C., are still there. The latter sends illustrations and a description of the marvel of spring blossoming at Summerville. "Beyond
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
At the annual town election in Norwell, Mass., Deane was re-elected selectman, assessor, and member of board of public welfare for three years.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1878
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"WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The death of Joe Gerould, noted in another column, makes a big gap in plans for the class reunion in June.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
Waldo White writes (April 7): "WithMrs. White I have just returned from atrip to the West Indies and South America,and across the Isthmus."
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
birthFrost has reported two items of interest in his family. His first grandchild, Karl's daughter, Nancy, is nearly a year old. The younger son, Philip, is now in business for himself, manufacturing toilet soaps and shampoo
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1890
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Willis Mcduffee
Only four members of '90 attended the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston, March 11. They were Hardy, Woods, Rowe, and the Secretary. The first two are old stand-bys, regular attendants at all these
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Class of 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
At the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston, Barrows and Rowe were present, dining at the same table with Dr. Blakely '89 and Hardy, McDuffee, and Wood of the class of '90.
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Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
The class of '92 had one hundred per cent of its membership in Northern New Jersey Dartmouth Alumni Association present at the annual dinner held in March. Translated, this means Coon was there.
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Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Horace Greeley succeeds Billy Jarvis, who succeeded Charley Gordon as class agent for the Alumni Fund. Charles and Billy put in a lot of time on a hard job, and those who knew best what they were up against appreciated most
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Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
Sunday, April 2, the Claremont delegation had the unexpected pleasure of wayside interviews with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Claggett, who were motoring through the town.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1897
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Ernest W. Butterfield
As far as this class is concerned the best seller of the month is a publication entitled "1897," just from the press. This book is a romance, or the gth section of a romantic series which has appeared intermittently during the
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The members of '98 have responded in a very wonderful way to the questionnaire sent out recently, so in a short time we shall have a very full account of our entire class, both graduates and non-graduates.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
One of the fellows at the March roundup was Herbert Watson. It was eighteen years since his last appearance on such an occasion in 1915. Since then he has been building and prospecting for paper mills all over this country and
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Johnnie Warden reports quite a spectacular trip. He left Minneapolis on February 18 and flew to St. Petersburg, Fla. He stayed there a week and then made a cruise to the West Indies, getting back to Miami on the Saturday that
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Chan Cox and daughter Nancy have returned from a cruise to the West Indies, stopping off at Havana and Nassau. They report a most wonderful trip.
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Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwell
I can't always get room for the last letter to arrive, but when Soap Davis takes the trouble to recall some incidents about Maurice Leahy, I know that the rest of you should not be kept waiting. After noting that Maurice was the
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Once more I have had to chronicle the death of an outstanding member of our class, that of Allen B. Farmer. The death of
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
The February number of the magazine published by the Byllesby Engineering and Management Corporation, entitled Pioneers of Public Service, announces that Mr. H. G. Roby has been appointed chief hydraulic engineer for the Byllesby
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. Mcclary
For more than two months we have been promising to show pictures of our twinsthat is, the twins in '05's second generation, and now we take pleasure in makinggood to the extent of 50%. Doctor Halsey B. Loder has a good alibi
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
When I listed in the March number of the MAGAZINE the sons of 1906 who are now enrolled at Tabor Academy, I omitted the names of Charlie Main's boys, Charles T. 2d and Samuel F., who are both there in preparation for entrance to
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Class of 1907
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Henry R. Lane
Sons of 1907 men are well represented at Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass., the headmaster of which is Walter H. Lillard '05. Charlie and Sam Main, sons of Charles Main '07, are leading lights in the musical clubs. Sam plays the
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Class of 1908
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A. B. Rotch
Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party. The party is the one in Hanover in June. So many classmates have indicated their intention of being at the 25th Reunion that it's going to be plumb sinful if
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
The annual Boston alumni dinner, held March n, was attended by Dan Watson, Phil Avery, Cad Cummings, Harry Floyd, Wally Ross, Mike Fardy, Bob Burns, Ingie Fearing, and Bob Holmes. Under the prevailing economy program the total
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
This be our ANNUAL PROGNOSTICATION NUMBER. (Ed. note: get that Big Word, You Wise Ones) . . . we're (I mean J. Downey, G. Underwood, and Yores Trewly) doin' the Per-dictin' now . . . our staff of advisers including L. Prescott,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Both members of the class who hold honorary degrees from Dartmouth had occasion to be in Hanover during the past month. Walter Morgan was here to visit his boy Raymond, who is now one of the popular members of the sophomore
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
For the benefit of those of our class who have not as yet found a safe depository for surplus funds we are pleased to recommend the National Bank of Lebanon. One good reason for this advertisement is in the fact that on the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Indirectly from Cleveland comes word of Art Johnson's four months' trip with Priscilia practically around the world. They were on the same floating palace with George Bernard Shaw, but are home again now with their four children.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1914
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C. E. Leech
Here's 3.2% how! Good deal new deal!
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
While we have seldom reprinted letters in full in this column, it seems that the following letter from Gov Jordan is so typical of his droll humor that it will be of interest to all readers. His letter has been very much
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
Thistle, Burnham, & Company at 60 Broad St., New York City, gives you the present connection of our former class treasurer. This partnership has been formed to deal in general investment securities. If you have a few thousand
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmore
From the Boston Transcript via Sunny Sanborn we learn that Roy Halloran has been appointed superintendent of the Metropolitan State Hospital, a promotion from his position of assistant commissioner of State Department of Mental
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1918
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Fredrick W. Cassebeer
With the beneficial effects of Pres. Roosevelt's "new deal" now slowly but surely making themselves felt, we think that a Festive Fifteenth Reunion will afford a great opportunity for depression ridden igiBers to shake off the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1919
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James C. Davis
We have just this minute finished writing a Nineteen News, and the calendar shows only too clearly that it is time to send off some timely items to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. The which leaves us in somewhat of a hole. We had a grand
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
Around New York sectional associations are gaining in popularity. Two of them have had annual dinners all their own. JIM CHILCOTT and GEORGE WINTER were present at that of the Dartmouth Club of Northern New Jersey. The
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
In the first place 1921 has a new class agent for the Alumni Fund. Harry Chamberlaine felt that with his taking over of a new task in Chicago for the advertising department of Good Housekeeping, he would no longer be able to
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Howie Almon reports that his Denver address has been changed to 1370 Downing St.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
This month's text will consist solely of a statement concerning our Tough Times Tenth, from Pudge Neidlinger, who has things well in hand. Plans have been worked out by a group consisting of such great minds as Allen, Goss,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Otie Jackson writes from 4019 Gilmore Ave., Cincinnati, that he hasn't moved, had any more children, traveled, or seen any more Dartmouth men. If this was not a tough enough existence, he was recently selected as secretary of
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
About once a year we are truly grateful that it has fallen to our lot to be class scribe. That once will be the week-end of May 13 this year, when we go back to Hanover for the Secretaries Meeting, which will be hereinafter
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
The 1926 class dinners, bearing the good will of Ireland's patron saint, were the schedule for March 17 in New York, Boston, Cleveland, and Chicago. Buffalo, under the tutelage of Dick Burlingame, and Washington, headed by
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
"Hang on to your hats, boys, here we go again," and if you haven't heard that one we will tell it to you at the Tenth if you remind us. Mail still seems to be scarcer than hen's teeth around these parts, so the only part of this
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
It seems that there has been something in the nature of a mistake. Old man Bill Heep was made the recipient of some propaganda on the last issue of this sheet. Funny too, because the Secretary has been under the strong suspicion
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1929
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Frederick William Andres
This is such a fine, invigorating spring morning, with robins calling from the four corners of the pastures of Cambridge and the sky over Boston a clear blue in spite of the smoke which mounts upward from that freshman
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
Jim Hodson '29
For several days—so many that by tardiness we almost broke our perfect record of class notes in every issue—we waited for the flood of correspondence to come in. There would be, we felt sure, a letter from Joe, now a prominent
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley
At a class dinner of New York '32 men held the 8th of April Dick Hazen rose and made an important announcement. We have a class baby! Ben Jeffery is the father, and his small daughter is named Barbara Jean. Felicitations to the
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Article
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago
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Hap Hinman '10
Dartmouth's famous rebuilt baseball team with Capt. Johnny Glaze as the sole veteran had a southern trip that was of inestimable value in rounding into shape the group selected by Coach Tom Keady —the team took two games from
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Article
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HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees Higgs Bowen
IN A WELL-KNOWN passage in DonQuixote, Sancho Panza defends himself by saying: "Why, truly, Sir, if you do not understand me, no wonder if my sentences be thought nonsense. But let that pass. I understand myself." I shall try to
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
The Great Technology, Social Chaos and the Public Mind
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"The Great Technology, Social Chaos and the Public Mind" by Professor Harold Ordway Rugg 'OB has been published by the John Day Company, New York. This book will be reviewed in a later issue of the MAGAZINE. Professor Rugg is
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
LE CULTIVATEUR AMÉRICAIN
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S. G. Patterson
ETUDE SUR L'OEUVRE DE SAINT JOHN DE CREVECOEUR, par Howard C. Rice '26. Paris, Campion, 1933. [224 pp. text, with bibliog., index and 7 plates.]
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE BEGINNINGS OF TO-MORROW
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Erville B. Woods
By Herbert Adolphus Miller '99, New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1933.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FRANCE ON $50
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H. G. R.
By Sydney A. Clark '12, Robert M. McBride Co., New York.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
WE THE PEOPLE
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By Roy F. Bergengren '03, Boston, Mass., The Stratford Cos., 1932.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
'The Detroit Money Market'
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"The Detroit Money Market" by Professor G. Walter Woodworth, has been published as Michigan Business Studies vol. 5 no. 2. This monograph will be reviewed in a future issue of the MAGAZINE.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
AN APOLOGY FOR BOOK COLLECTING-THE ARTS CHAPBOOK NO. 2.
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E. P. K.
By Herbert Faulkner West, The Arts Press, Hanover, N. H., 1933.
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Small Ads
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Western Electric
Western Electric
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Small Ads
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
The President's Addresses . . . Snow in April ... A New Column . . . Beer . . . Contributors How Old is Old?
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GRACE LINE
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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THE HANOVER INN
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