Issue: 19331001

Sunday, October 1, 1933
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GOLDENROD
LAGER BEER
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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October, Tenth Month—October hath 31 days
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Editorial Comment
COOPERATION TOWARD MATURITY
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FAR AHEAD of the great rumbling caravan of public opinion President Hopkins has, for years, led his students to advanced positions where, from the hills of knowledge and insight, the course of events in the valley below has been
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3,4
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Editorial Comment
THE FUND AND FINANCES
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YET AGAIN has the Alumni Fund shown its actual value to the College in dollars and cents. But, speaking for the alumni, have we done enough? Is our record as good as it might, or should, have been?
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Editorial Comment
MAKE THE ECHOES RING!
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AN ARTICLE in this issue describes the job that the football coaches have on their hands in Hanover. The Gildobian picture is not one to encourage optimism in the ranks of Green supporters. One is led to melancholy at the thought
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Editorial Comment
YEAR'S BEGINNING
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PROVIDING THAT sharp September days and falling leaves bring memories of Hanover to mind, you are willing to grant that this is "the beginning of a new year." Have January 1st inventories got you to the point where the year begins
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FAVORITE DARTMOUTH SONGS:
FAVORITE DARTMOUTH SONGS:
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Richard Hover, '85
MARIE WURM
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7,8,9,10
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NEW COLLEGE RESPONSIBILITIES
NEW COLLEGE RESPONSIBILITIES
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Ernest Martin Hopkins
The President's Address at the Opening of College
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11,12,13
Article
ARE WE GOING TO WIN?
ARE WE GOING TO WIN?
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Pat Holbrook '20
Football Coaches Have Their Problems
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HANOVER BROWSING
HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees H. Bowen
NOT LONG AGO I saw a reference to two women discussing what books had helped them the most. In the midst of the discussion a third woman appeared and on being asked the book which had been most helpful to her, she replied "My
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Recent and Readable History
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Six suggestion to alumni in the way of reading in American History are given by Prof. Charles R. Lingley, at the request of the editors. His recom- mendations follow:
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NINE HONORARY DEGREES AWARDED
NINE HONORARY DEGREES AWARDED
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President Hopkins cited nine prominent citizens of this country and Canada in bestowing Dartmouth's highest honors during the Commencement exercises in the Bema June 20. The characterizations he used follow:
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Dartmouth Men Who Received Honorary Degrees at 164th Commencement
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Fletcher H. Swift '9B Doctor of Pedagogy.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Administration Revised; Dean to Retire
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Reorganization of the administrative corps o£ the College, made necessary by the wish of Dean Craven Laycock to retire next fall, was put into effect with the opening of the new college year. The resignation of Dean Laycock,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Commencement, 1933
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With the publication in this issue of the MAGAZINE of the President's annual address to the alumni at the Commencement Luncheon, his valedictory to the senior class, characterizations given to honorary degree recipients, and the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Trustee Election
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The election of Victor M. Cutter 'O3, of New London, New Hampshire, as Alumni Trustee to succeed Charles G. DuBois '9l was announced at the Commencement Luncheon. Mr. Dußois, who has become ineligible for reelection after two
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17,18,19
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Council Meeting
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The Dartmouth Alumni Council convened in its annual Commencement meeting in Hanover in the library of Sanborn House, Friday afternoon, June 16, at 3:00 o'clock. William J. Minsch 'O7, president of the Council, was in the
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19
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Commencement Luncheon
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At the Commencement Luncheon, June 19, the Fifty Year class was presented by H. B. Johnson who was introduced by Victor M. Cutter 'O3, president of the General Association of Alumni of the College. Mr. Cutter introduced the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Valedictory to '33
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Addressing a Commencement throng in Rollins Chapel, Sunday, June 18, President Hopkins concluded his Baccalaureate with the traditional valedictory to the seniors. As the President saluted the class with the words "Men of 1933,"
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Trustees' Meeting
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Faculty promotions and the routine acceptance of resignations were among the business taken up by the Board of Trustees at its meeting on June 17. The promotion of Frank W. Garran from assistant professor to professor of
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20
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dooley Elected
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At the June meetings of the Alumni Council and the General Association of Alumni it was necessary to choose a successor to L. K. Neidlinger '23 as one of the three alumni members of the Athletic Council. Mr. Neidlinger had
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20
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Union
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During Commencement an announcement was first made that a committee appointed by the President and Trustees of the College, at the request of the Dartmouth Christian Association, had recommended that this association give
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20
Article
NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Webster Collections
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Through the gift by James D. Landauer '23, of two collections of Webster engravings and prints, the College has added valuable Websteriana to its already extensive possessions of this material. Mr. Landauer was assisted by his
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Prof. Smith '21 Leaves
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Prof. Nelson L. Smith of the department of economics has been appointed to the Public Service Commission of the State of New Hampshire. Governor Winant announced the appointment Sept. 14, following ratification by his Council.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Index Ready
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Subscribers to the MAGAZINE will be sent an index for Volume 25 free of charge, upon application to the management in Hanover. This index is a complete key to all persons mentioned in the MAGAZINE during the past year, except in
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21
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Chicago to Celebrate
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Word comes from Dick Gunthorp '26, director of publicity for the Dartmouth social events which will surround the Chicago football game November 25, that plans are now in progress for making this occasion a memorable one to
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Griffin Joins Inn Staff
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Edwin H. Griffin '25 has been appointed assistant manager of the Hanover Inn and has been occupied by his new duties since September 1. Mr. Griffin has been connected with the hotel business ever since his graduation, starting
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Magazine Wins
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Competing against all other alumni magazines of the country the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE was awarded first prize by the American Alumni Council at its June convention in Evanston. To Dartmouth went the honors for having
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Summer Camp
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The success which attended the initial opening of the Dartmouth Summer Camp last summer promises much for the future permanency of the project.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
A New Volume
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With this issue of the MAGAZINE, Volume 26 begins, to run consecutively through June. Subscribers and all alumni of the College, whether or not they were listed as subscribers last year, have already received advance notice of
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Bequests
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News of a bequest of $33,000 from the late T. Julien Silsby to Dartmouth College was carried in the newspapers of late August. This amount constituted the entire estate of Mr. Silsby, who died August 7 in Watertown,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Football Tickets
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A sliding scale of prices for tickets to all of Dartmouth's major football games will be in effect this fall for the first time. In line with action by Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania and Chicago, the Athletic Council
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Rushing Plan
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A new fraternity rushing plan, formulated and adopted by the Interfraternity Council last spring, was put into operation with the opening of the new college year. Under its provisions, Dartmouth's 26 fraternities will have no
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The Frescoes
The Frescoes
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Lewis Mumford
IF I were arranging a holiday journey, the final goal of such a trip might be the new frescoes that Orozco has done for Dartmouth College in the reading room of the Baker Library.
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23,24
Article
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS TO THE ALUMNI
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS TO THE ALUMNI
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The Remarks of President Hopkins at the Alumni Luncheon
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25,26
Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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C. E. Widmayer '30
At this early stage of the football season, names are about the only facts with which the sports writer can deal. Everything else comes under the heading of those intangibles which make good "fodder" for the gridiron fan but
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FALL SCHEDULES
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FOOTBALL
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These Are the Men to Watch this Fall
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NamePos.AgeWt.Hgt.Prep SchoolHome AIETA, JAMES V. '35 HB 21 170 6. Dorchester H. S. Dorchester, Mass. ARTHURS, EARL K. '35 E 21 182 5.11 Bennett H. S. Albany, N. Y. BENNETT, ROBERT M. '34
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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S. H. Silverman '34
To every action, there must be an equal and definite reaction, say the physicists. Hence the "new Dartmouth," a little strange and a bit disquieting to a Senior who has watched the College stewing in its own juice for the last
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Registration Figures
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Official registration figures released on the opening day of college, September 21, showed a total of 2,334 undergraduates as compared with the figure 2,286 given out at approximately the same time last year. Of this
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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ALUMNI NOTES
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth College Club of New York
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James D. Landauer
Under the leadership of C. King Woodbridge 'O4, as president, the Dartmouth College Club is actively getting under way on its fall program.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Philadelphia Association
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Harlan P. Statzell, Jr.
On October 21 Dartmouth meets Pennsylvania at Philadelphia, and we are staging a smoker Friday night before the game. We will have a couple of speakers and plenty of informal speeches. Last year's party was a wonder, so if you
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
San Francisco Association Luncheons
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B. L. Winslow
Dartmouth men of the Pacific Coast first organized in 1881. Headquarters were in San Francisco. Charlie Ham '7l was one o£ the founders of the Association. Annual dinners were held; luncheons came at more frequent intervals
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Thayer School News
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William P. kimball
With this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, we are inaugurating a column of news of the activities of the Thayer School and its alumni. We hope this column will be of interest to the alumni of the College and particularly to Thayer
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1842
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Mrs. Lucy Wyman, widow of Jonathan Wyman of this class, observed her 100 th birthday on August 31 at Meriden, N. H. She is in good health, and was the recipient of many congratulatory messages from her friends. Jonathan Wyman
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1869
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James MCE. Drake
Mrs. Augusta Robinson Chase, widow of Rev. Austin S. Chase, died at her home, si Summit Ave., Brookline, Mass., September 5, in her 88th year.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Mrs. Susan E. Carr, widow of Rev. William Carr, died in Hartford, Conn., Hospital, May 13, of heart disease, at the age of 76. Her home had been in Poquonock, Conn., since 1907.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Great-grandchildren multiply. Mrs. James F. McElroy has four. Two of these are also great-grandchildren of Mrs. William H. Gardiner.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1878
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William D. Prakinson
REUNION
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1880
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George A. Dickey
Hubbard's address is changed to 8 Walnut Ave., Cambridge, Mass. He is much restricted in his activities, and would be greatly pleased to hear from the boys.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1881
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Rev. Myron W. Adams
George T. Aldrich has married for the second time, March 24, 1933, Miss Anna Hanson. His present home is at 30 Westminster Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. A brief report of this class was issued by the Secretary in August of the present
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1882
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Herbert L. Luques
For the past year, owing to the prolonged illness of William E. Strong, I have been acting class secretary. Recently, Strong and the College, to avoid confusion, have requested me to assume the title as well.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1883
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Walter B. Patterson
REUNION
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1884
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Dr. James P. Houston
Edwards D. Emerson was recently reelected president of the Council of Churches of Buffalo and Erie County, N. Y. For ten years Emerson has held this office The executive secretary in his annual report to the Council on May 22,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1886
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Hon. Leslie P. Snow
Professor Edwin B. Frost, director emeritus of Yerkes Observatory, developed the idea of illuminating the grounds of the World Exposition at Chicago by a captive beam of light from the star Arcturus. He was the principal
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
The death of William L. Blossom occurred on July 22, after a brief illness, cardiac trouble. He had not been in good health for several years. Classmates Gage, Sanborn, and Welch attended the funeral services. A biographical
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1888
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Eleazar Cate
REUNION
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Mrs. Frederick J. Allen has sold her home in Arlington, where the family has lived for many years, and now lives in Falmouth, Mass. Her daughter, Miss Wilhelmina, a dental assistant, is with her. The son, Frederick C., is a
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1890
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Willis McDuffee
One of the outstanding papers read at the meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, held at the Hotel Statler June first, was that of Dr. George Van Ness Dearborn of New York. Dr. Dearborn's paper was entitled "Notes on
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
A recent news note reports the retirement of Rev. Francis M. Banfil, rector of the Episcopal church in Goffstown, N. H., of which he has had charge for many years.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
If you run across a "First Book in Latin," by Grinstead and McDuffee, give it a second look, for the McDuffee is our own W. V. As I am supposedly pushing a rival book, it is, of course, impossible for me to say anything good
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
REUNION
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
The Secretary reports that in his wanderings this summer he was not able to find everybody at home. For example, he stopped at Peru, Vt., to see Bud Lyon. Bud was not fishing, because he has constructed a pond on the other
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1895
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Roland E. Stevens
Wilbur D. Spencer is a member of the Committee of Insurance Commissioners organized to aid holders of real estate securities guaranteed by the National Surety Company, with headquarters at 4 Albany St., New York City. Wilbur D.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1897
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Ernest M. Butterfield
Sargent. In the early summer Sargent resigned the pastorate which he has held for several years in Raymond, N. H. He had been active in the Grange. He had served on the school board and on the board of library trustees. His
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The Secretary called on Fred Bennis this summer at his ancestral home in West Sullivan, Me., and found him in splendid health and enjoying that wonderful region to the full.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
The great event of the summer of 1933 from the point of view of all good Ninety- Niners was the annual tour of Tim Lynch's Troupe, this time to Norwich, Conn. The trip had an added sentiment in the fact of Prexy Tucker's boyhood
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
After a week's illness from pneumonia, Mrs. Dorothy Witter Branch Jackson died at the Deaconess Hospital, Boston, on the last day of May. Mrs. Robert Jackson had a very distinguished career in the state of New Hampshire, quite
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwell
A Happy New Year to all men of 190 a and to all others who read our gossip. Of course I may need to remind some of you that academically speaking the new year begins in September, so the greeting is quite timely.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
The thirtieth year reunion is but a memory. Those of us who were so fortunate as to be there found it different from any previous reunion in that there was greater opportunity for renewal of old friendships, due to the absence
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Harry W. Chase, who last spring was elected president of the New York University, has taken up his duties there as of July l. His address is the Chancellor's Office, New York University, Washington Square, New York City.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
And now, at the eleventh hour, so to speak, it being the tenth of the month, which is the dead line in our editorial offices, I take my typewriter in hand and attempt to grind out an interesting collation for the benefit of my
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
I have returned from my vacation, spent mainly in the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota, to find that although it is yet two weeks to the opening of college, another batch of news from the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is due, and
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1907
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Henry R. Lane
The Secretary learned early in the summer, but too late for publication in the June MAGAZINE, of various activities of classmates and members of their families. A very interesting bit of news is that Dr. Charlie McKendree was
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1908
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THE 25TH REUNION
It only comes once in a lifetime. We mean the 25th class reunion. That's why 73 of the 'OB clan showed up in Hanover in June, with a minimum of urging and a total absence of the high-pressure effort that is usually associated
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
CLASS NOTES
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L. W. Griswold
Editor
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Elbert M. Moffatt is secretary of the Executive Board of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Southern Asia and branch treasurer of the Board of Foreign Missions, with offices at Byculla, Bombay, India. Moffatt is planning his
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
One of the big problems of class secretaries is to get news items from the members—everybody in this particular class is so doggone silent you'd think they'd been elected vice-president like Gainer—this old pen will run dry
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The following new addresses have been dug up by the Alumni Records Office:
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
With the ending of the summer and the return of the MAGAZINE we are most unhappy with the sad news which has accumulated in so short a time.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
REUNION
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1914
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C. Edward Leech
IXX4
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
In another column is the brief report of the death of Charles Franklin Woodcock. His most untimely passing brings sadness to the heart of every member of this class. Griffith, Graves, and Barker represented the class at the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
As you all know, Dartmouth and Princeton resume football relations on November ii. In New York the clan of 1916 will attempt to put over some sort of a gettogether. So all you New York and New Jersey men just bear that
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmore
If you have read the 1933 report of the the Alumni Fund, I hope you have realized the poor showing made by the class of 1917 and also have noticed some of the interesting statistics in the class comparisons. Our percentage of
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
Last year by careful planning the Secretary managed to get at least a few news items in eight of the nine issues of the MAGAZINE. Many secretaries scored every month. That is the worthy goal we set for the coming year. More
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
The class of '2l starts the college year °f 1933"34 with something to cheer about. In spite of the severe depression of the past winter the class answered the call of the College so well during the recent Alumni Fund campaign
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Ernie Spaulding has done a very fine piece of historical writing in "New York during the Critical Period, 1783-1789," published in July by the Columbia University Press. In a highly commendatory notice the Saturday Review of
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1923
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John C. Allen
REUNION
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
Getting off to a good start we will head the column with items of news of the Matched, Hatched, and Despatched. In the former department we have record 6f the nuptial ceremony uniting one Helen Gwendolyn Jones, of Evanston,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
We don't know whether others feel as we do, but getting back to class notes is like resuming work after a vacation. You don't think about it until necessary, and then you find correspondingly that you have very little data to
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
Another summer has all too quickly passed, and in case you haven't stopped to figure it out, it is the seventh since our graduation. No longer are we one of the recent classes among the alumni body. Although we are not all as
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
Well, here we are at this thing again. With ALUMNI MAGAZINE going to press it's fairly certain that summer is over—not only that, but another gentle harbinger of fall put in its appearance the other day —football ticket
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1929
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Frederick William Andres
This is the year Fifth, and of our matriculation the Ninth. Five and four years ago the familiar cry was "29 Up," and the imposed, but unimposing, headgear was a silly saucer-like piece of green flannel that was a cap, or so we
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
After two class letters, we will swing into the ALUMNI MAGAZINE year with a minimum of extraneous chatter and a maximum of good intentions. To the MAGAZINE reading "public" we dedicate these gossip columns with promises for
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
Well, believe it or not, they're displaying Dartmouth banners in the Hanover emporiums for the class of 1937! Tempus certainly does fugit. But speaking of Hanover, I've had the good fortune to land there no less than three
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley, 2nd
The summer has seen a very definite let-down in the sending in of news items to these quarters. I hope that this is only seasonal, and that by the 10th of October, which is the deadline for the next month's issue of the ALUMNI
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1933
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John S. Monagan
The first crisp, cool mornings of early September give rise to a nostalgic longing to return to Hanover, and the realization that with this opening letter the class of 1933 take their place as alumni-in-factleaves one with a
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1918
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Allan C. Gottschaldt
You all must have received (though durn few of you uttered either a peep or a protest) the August issue of "The Eighteen Roar," so we'll say little about the Furious Fifteenth, other than to repeat that everyone who showed up
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1919
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James C. Davis
Yesterday the football applications arrived, today just a small grate fire felt good on the back of the neck as we downed OUT bacon and eggs, tomorrow, the son and heir announces the opening of school. All of which reminds us
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Article
September News
September News
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Hap Hinan '10
About Twenty-Five Tears Ago
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Article
Tradition Becomes Memory: A Tribute to Lon Gove
Tradition Becomes Memory: A Tribute to Lon Gove
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Tom Groves '18
The captains and the kings depart. Men made weighty with crowns and epaulets, gaudy with plumes and braid and the ribbons of orders, and owning keys to the great cities of the world, leaving this gear behind them set out upon a
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Article
Not So Long Ago
Not So Long Ago
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Bill McCarter '19.
A Column of Recent Reminiscence
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Dr. W. Beran Wolfe '21 is the Author
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Dr. W. Beran Wolfe '2l is the author of "Nervous Breakdown: Its Cause and Cure" published by Farrar and Rinehart. This book will be reviewed in a later issue of the MAGAZINE.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE GREAT TECHNOLOGY
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McQuilkin DE Grange
By Harold Ordway Rugg 'OB, The John Day Company. New York.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
"A Look at the Pyrenees"
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"A Look at the Pyrenees" by Nathaniel L. Goodrich appears in the Bulletin of theAppalachian Mountain Club for June 1933 (summer Appalachian number).
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Display Ads
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HANOVER : NEW HAMPSHIRE
HANOVER : NEW HAMPSHIRE
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Western Electric
Western Electric
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Article
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Favorite Books of Biography
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Donald Bartlett '24, of the department of biography, contributes the following recommendations for general reading in his field: PLUTARCH: The Lives of the NobleGrecians and Romans. Translated by John Dryden and revised by
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College
College
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HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
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S. S. PIERCE GO.
S. S. PIERCE GO.
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MT. WASHINGTON REOCCUPIED
MT. WASHINGTON REOCCUPIED
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DOLLAR
DOLLAR
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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We Are Old Enough
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Article
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
Who's the Oldest? . . . Hanover Merchants Embrace . Orozco's Frescoes . . . More Movies and Other News
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Hanover,New Hampshire
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