Issue: 19331101

Wednesday, November 1, 1933
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Display Ads
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GOLDENROD
GOLDENROD
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Campus from the Air— Cover Design Hartford Aerial Service
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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November, Eleventh Month—November hath 30 days
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Editorial Comment
ALTERNATIVES
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To THOSE who have had dealings with college students or with men out of college but a short time there is a paragraph in President Hopkins' opening address which will have much meaning. The criticism of the college man from the
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Editorial Comment
REPAIRING HIGH STRUCTURES
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ANEW MAGAZINE, a bi-monthly newspaper, the . Steeplejack, has made its appearance at Dartmouth this year, and seems so far to have evoked considerable campus interest. The field, if it can be roughly defined at so early a time,
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Editorial Comment
AN EXPERIMENTAL YEAR
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IN SAYING farewell to the Dartmouth Christian Association the undergraduates have shed no tears. Nor will any except a very few in the recently graduated classes feel any sincere regret. To men of from ten to thirty years out of
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Editorial Comment
WHAT'S THE NEXT MOVE
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As A PREFACE to the editorial which follows, we are L quoting from an article in the Dartmouth Steeplejack titled "Fraternities Failing":
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Favorite Dartmouth Songs: "Dartmouth's in Town Again"
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From: "Songs of Dartmouth College" Copyright, 1923, by Edwin Osgood Grover and Harry Richmond Wellman
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THE DARTMOUTH FRESCOES
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Jose Clemente Orozco
Their Significance:
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8,9,10,11,12
Article
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History of the Project
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Prof. Artemas Packard
Chairman, Department of Art
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13,14,15
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COUNCIL CHANGES PROPOSED
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Carl F. Woods '04
Member of Alumni Council from New England
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16,66,68,70,71
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HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees H. Bowen
OFF AND ON in the last few weeks I have been reading some of the novels which publishers turn out so abundantly. But, as happens often in browsing in this field, for every book of distinction I have to waste time in reading half
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Night
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Dartmouth Night will be held this year on November 16, and Palaeopitus has arranged, in conjunction with the gathering of Dartmouth groups everywhere, a Hanover celebration that will see the return of many old-time features.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Latest Alumni Statistics
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J. W. Perkins of the class of 1864, who celebrated his ninety-eighth birthday on October 27, is the oldest living graduate of the College. Dartmouth men extend their congratulations. The next nine oldest living graduates are, in
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
McDavitt Heads Council
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Clarence G. McDavitt '00 was recently elected president of the Dartmouth College Athletic Council to succeed Lloyd K. Neidlinger '23, who assumed the position of assistant dean of the College in September. Professor B. H. Brown
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Fall Council Meeting
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The annual fall meeting of the Alumni Council is scheduled for Friday, November 10, at the University Club, 1 West 54th Street, New York City, at 10:00 o'clock. The meeting will adjourn at noon to a luncheon at the Club, to
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President Appointed
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President Hopkins attended on October 20 a meeting of fifteen distinguished private citizens appointed by President Roosevelt to make an unofficial attempt to recover some part of the billions invested by American citizens in
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Chicago Dinner and Dance
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With a group of speakers headed by President Hutchins, Dean Laycock, and Jack Cannell, the Dartmouth Club in Chicago is making final plans for its stag banquet to be held the night before the Chicago-Dartmouth game, November 25
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Transfers
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Seventeen students from other colleges registered at Dartmouth in September. The list of these upper classmen, together with the colleges from which they have transferred follows:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Two Students Killed
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Two Dartmouth students were killed and a third seriously injured in an auto crash near Windsor, Vt., at an early hour Sunday morning, October 15. The students killed were Richard Y. Pickering '36, of Royal Oak, Michigan, and
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dean To Speak
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Dean Craven Laycock '96 will attend the first of a number of alumni dinners to be given in his honor this year when he meets with the Dartmouth Club of Springfield (Mass.) the evening of November 1. He will be the principal
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Gilman Resolution
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The Dartmouth Athletic Council adopted the following resolution in tribute to Joe Gilman '05, at a meeting held soon after his death September 15:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
64 Sons of Alumni in Present Freshman Class
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Sixty-four sons of Dartmouth alumni are entered in the present freshman class, it is disclosed by a list recently prepared by the office of the Dean of Freshmen. The classes of the fathers cover a span of thirty-two years from 1882 to 1914,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Foster Memorial
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The department of History of the College has published a booklet titled "The Dedication of the Herbert Darling Foster Memorial Room at Dartmouth College." This publication contains the addresses given on that occasion by
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Final Enrollment
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Final registration figures released by the Registrar's Office on October 6 showed a total College enrollment, both undergraduate and graduate, of 2,422 men. This is an increase of 101 over the figure 2,321 announced last year.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Scholarships Awarded
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The Morrill Allen Gallagher Memorial Scholarships, awarded annually to two undergraduates of Rhodes Scholarship qualifications, have been granted this year to Charles B. Arthur '34, of Walpole, Mass., and Roald A. Morton '34,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
D. O. C. Aids Byrd
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Skiing equipment for Admiral Richard E. Byrd's second Antarctic Expedition, which left Boston on September 25, was provided through a gift of $300 from the Dartmouth Outing Club. With this sum the Admiral was enabled to outfit
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Freshman Statistics
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New York still leads among the states sending most freshmen to Dartmouth, it was disclosed by statistics on the class o£ 1937 recently prepared by the office of the dean of freshmen. New York has 159 representatives out of a
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Gift of Websteriana
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A large engraving of "The Last Days of Webster at Marshfield" has come to the College by gift of Miss Millicent Backus Ailing of Rochester, N. Y. The gift is made in memory of Miss Alling's brother, Kenneth J. Ailing. Miss
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20
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Arnold in Hanover
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A request has been received from Prof. C. H. Leonard of Exeter Academy for information about a visit to Hanover made by Matthew Arnold, the English poet and essayist, in November, 1883. Anyone having access to contemporary
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Leggett '98 Honored
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F. H. Leggett '98, former president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, has been elected treasurer of the Western Electric Company to succeed F. L. Gilman, who will retire on October 31, it was recently announced.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Hockey Rink
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Alterations on the Davis Hockey Rink, with a view to improving playing conditions, are now in the final stage of completion. The Athletic Council has spent approximately $5,000 for the installation of dormer windows along both
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
"The Bema"
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Dartmouth's new non-fraternity club has adopted for its name "The Bema." Approximately 100 members have joined the new organization to date, and social headquarters have been established in the old Dragon tomb on College
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Faculty Appointments
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Nine new men have been added to the Dartmouth faculty for the present academic year. Two assistant professors and seven instructors comprise the new list. Their names, titles, degrees and previous academic experience follow:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Air Line
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Plans for daily air service between Boston and White River Junction were consummated last month, and the new line of the Boston and Maine Airways was expected to be put into operation by October 20. The proposed fare for the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Represented at Many Functions
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October has been a busy month for Dartmouth alumni acting as delegates of the College at various academic occasions. Following are listed the Dartmouth representatives and the ceremonies which they attended:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
With the Outing Club
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S. B. Dunn '34
With many a "caoo—wah" and a would-be yodel, with the same packs and dungarees slightly the worse for wear, the D. O. C. forces reassembled on their Hanover stamping ground.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Agry '11 Appointed
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The appointment of Warren C. Agry '11 as business manager of Good Housekeeping to fill the vacancy caused by the recent death of David L. Hedges, has been announced by the International Magazine Company. Mr. Agry had been
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
The Frescoes
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John Ereskine
UNTIL I READ this "regret list" (of theNational Commission to AdvanceAmerican Art), I didn't know that Dartmouth College had heard of Orozco or, for that matter, of mural painting. I thought Dartmouth was like most of the other
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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S. H. Silverman '34
ROBINSON HALL, home of non-athletic student activities, has been well nigh choked with smoke, and but little damaged by fire, since last we went to press. The undergraduate publications, suddenly confronted with the problem of
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Letters to the Editor
The First Letter
The First Letter
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Dartmouth CollegeSept. 20, 1933.
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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C. E. Widmayer '30
During the first big football rally of the fall, Jack Cannell told a packed audience in Webster Hall that football is essentially a game of spirit. And if ever a statement was borne out, this one was by a fighting Dartmouth team
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
NOVEMBER SCHEDULE
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VARSITY FOOTBALL Nov. 4 Yale at New Haven. 11 Princeton at Princeton. 18 Cornell at Hanover. 25 Chicago at Chicago. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Nov. 4 Yale '37 at New Haven. VARSITY SOCCER Nov. 4 Massachusetts State College at
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Our Worthy Opponents
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PENNSYLVANIA
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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
New York Dartmouth Club
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James D. Landauer
The Dartmouth Club Bulletin is back in circulation—so is Mac Rollins, the editor. The following excerpts from the first Bulletin will prove both of these facts to be true.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Frank P. Hill attended the annual meeting of the New Hampshire Library Association, in August, at Peterborough; he was one of the speakers at the dinner session, choosing for his subject "Reminiscences of Franklin Pierce."
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Dr. John C. Lester, distinguished eye and ear specialist of New York City, has renewed his youth by applying for examination before the state board of Massachusetts. Fortunately he was successful, and is now entitled to
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Hervey A. Tarbell, M.D., of Watertown, S. D., has been surveying the Century of Progress, and records his approval of it, remarking incidentally that he means to be with us at our 60th.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1886
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Hon. Leslie P. Snow
J. W. and Mrs. Newton spent their summer vacation on the Cape, where Mrs. Newton was convalescing from a hospital experience early in July. After a few weeks at the World's Fair they plan to tour the South by auto the coming
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
Classmates and men of our time will be grieved to learn of the death of Sidney Arthur at Covington, Ky., on September 11.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
The wandering Ned Dearborn has written from his present home, Hilton Village, Va., as follows: "After living here ninemonths, we bought a house, June 15, andafter being practically homeless for fiveyears, are now happy in having our
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1890
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Willis McDuffee
Ex-Senator George H. Moses and Mrs. Moses have returned from Europe. Senator Moses represented a syndicate of newspapers at the London Economic Conference, and after its adjournment he and his wife planned a tour of European
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Herbert S. Hopkins of Jacksonville, Fla., is spending several weeks in the North visiting his old home in Millbury, Mass., and his two sons, one in Lawrence, Mass., and the other, Lawrence G. Hopkins of 103 Rosemary St.,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
On September 24, James Hinds died at his home in Winchester, Mass., after an illness of several months. Hinds entered with us in '88, but dropped out in his sophomore year. He was born in Winchester, and thirty-nine years ago
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
The Secretary regrets to open this installment of his thrilling serial, "The After Life of '93," with what might be termed a cavil; but he feels that an information must be lodged against a former secretary of the class, Dr. L.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1895
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Roland E. Stevens
Prof, and Mrs. Charles A. Holden spent part of their summer vacation at Spruce Head, Me. Holden is professor of civil engineering at Dartmouth and is ninth in seniority of service of faculty members. He is also president of the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
In a letter from Fred Lord he writes, "Thanks for your letter of welcome backto the United States, another country withwhich I feel the need of becoming acquainted, almost as much as I felt the needof understanding some of the Europeancountries
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
News items from Washington, D. C., these days include a visit by Lute Oakes on the Staleys, for half a day and dinner. Then at the " '99 Embassy" there was a dinner that brought together Percy and Mrs. Drake, Ray and Mrs. Pearl,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Day Condit arrived in Boston early in October, and had a quiet time visiting relatives and classmates. He drove up the Franconia Notch and then down to Hanover. New Hampshire was certainly at its best with its autumn foliage
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwell
Often when the opening paragraph of this letter is having a hard time to take form there comes to mind the advice of the publisher who always rejected the manuscripts of struggling young litterateurs. "Begin with a snappy word or
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
THIRTIETH REUNION
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Dr. Harry Woodburn Chase, new chancellor of New York University, was wel- corned to his post, October 2, by administrative officers, faculty, and student representatives. His formal inauguration as the university's eighth
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
The following picture was taken by the Secretary at the 1930 reunion. It always recalls vividly the night when a group of artists conceived the bright idea of playing a certain tune on each of the auto horns within the radius
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1906
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Prof. Fracis L. Childs
Four sons of 1906 are members of the new freshman class at Dartmouth: Laurence F. Brooks of Gloucester, Mass., Telford Frazier of Swampscott, Mass., Arthur G. Guyer of Hanover, and Richard N. Moore of Peterborough, N. H. The
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1907
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Henry R. Lane
Fritz Luberger writes from the University of Cincinnati Law School, "I'm feelinga little more ancient than usual today—myoldest youngster having departed yesterday to enter the class of 1937 at Wellesley."
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1908
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Laurence W. Griswold
Believing 1908 would enjoy the MACAZINE if there were more class news, those who attended the reunion in Hanover last June voted to make a determined effort to gather such varied and sundry notes regarding the 'oBers as was
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
Who has heard anything from or about Ted Smith and Allan Fowler in storm-torn Cuba? .... Harry Beal, new president of Sullivan Machinery Co., has moved to Chicago. Harry, wife, and youngest daughter live in the Windy City,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The opening of college found five more 1911 sons enrolled in the class of '37. The fathers' and sons' names follow: Aubrey Butler, Parker; Dick Chase, Dick Jr.; Burt Cooper, Dick; Slim Eaton, Edward; Chuck Emerson, Chet Jr.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
From Hanover an appeal has gone out soliciting subscriptions to the ALUMNIMAGAZINE. It is hoped that when the final returns are in a much greater percentage of the class will be on the list, as we know that once started it will not
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
George Davidson is in Westport, Conn., but arrived there just too late to go to Hanover for the reunion. He is overseeing some contracting work.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1914
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C. Edward Leech
If you like to read about the other feltow he, too, would like to read about you, which perfect correlation comes only through co-operation—and again we remind you it's news we want.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1915
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Harld K. Davison
Congressman Bill Rogers was the guest of honor and chief speechmaker at the New Hampshire Department of the American Legion convention in Berlin, N. H., recently. Even political critics must admit that Bill is a finished
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
The annual party given by Mr. Filene will take place some time in October. The usual golf teatures will be eliminated this year, and the party will take place at night, consisting of a dinner and bull-fest after.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1918
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Allan C. Gottschaldt
This column, by way of information, has to be typed about the fifth of the month preceding issue, so if we don't have a lot of hot dope in it about the class meeting held before the old Wabash game and what not don t blame us.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
While in Chicago on his honeymoon, SUNNY SUNERCREN stopped off to see JIMMIE VAIL. The bride was Miss Mildred Victoria Kress, and the wedding took place September 19 at St. Paul. Sunny is in the fire insurance business in
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
Thinner and thinner grow the ranks of the bachelors. Last month it was "Skinny" Moore's marriage that threw consternation or something into the forces of those still in single-blessedness, and this month it's Joe Shaw's. This
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Bill Shirley sent us a card in late September indicating that he was then in Santiago, Cuba, apparently on a holiday, if the sportive lithograph meant anything.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1923
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John C. Allen
As was suggested in these notes last time, a short biography of one or two men will appear in each issue instead of brief notations about a number of men. After ten years of knocking about in the wide, wide world, some real
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
If you are a secretary of anything, don't ever move from one house to another. Such things as clearly addressed, properly stamped envelopes containing reports get lost in a shuffle which may last for a full thirty days. The
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
The following letter from George Scott is the first of the current year from members of the executive committee. In reading George's resume of the Alumni Fund drive, we should all keep in mind the splendid work he has done in
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
The first monthly dinner of the Greater Boston members of 1927 was held on Saturday, September 30, at the Dartmouth Outing Club of Boston cabin in Groton. Present were Rog Salinger, Jack Sheldon, Hue Norris, Ed Johnson, Gus
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
Well, the big news this time is Prexy Phelan, or maybe we'd better call him Poppa Phelan, because that's what has happened. Pearl and Jack sent me a card the other day introducing small Martha as a candidate for the 1928 Junior
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1929
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Frederick William Andres
Hanover in her brightest autumnal grab, Delta Alpha's freaks, a Norwich game with few, very few, familiar faces in the stands, and best of all the Class Baby. We drove back on a fair, warm week-end, picking up Dud Orr in
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
We have resolved to discontinue the loose references to "blessed events," in the mild sense of marriages or engagements, having been called to task on this subject several times and being pretty sick of it ourself, but, to
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley, 2nd
Gazette from Ferry, this column's only current correspondent, apparently:
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1933
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John S. Monagan
Your football-crazy Secretary trekked to Hanover to be present at the annual Dartmouth-Norwich pigskin festivities and also to get a line on what the Selective System could produce in the way of a Delta Alpha parade. Neither
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Article
The Father of Dartmouth Football
The Father of Dartmouth Football
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J. P. Houston '84
DARTMOUTH OPENED the fall term August 31, 1880. It was then an old, old college. The buildings were old and looked it. In fact, they were sadly in need of paint. The houses of the village harmonized with the college plant. They
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The Father of Dartmouth Football
Tribute by His Son
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William S. Howland
FATHER ENTERED Columbia University Law school in the Fall after graduation and was given the degree of LL.B. in 1887. He played on the University eleven and was a member of the wrestling team during his course. For a year he
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago
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The varsity trimmed Mass. Aggies, 23-0; Tufts, 18-0; Holy Cross, 18-5; Amherst, 17-0; and was held 0-0 in a surprise game at Williamstown on a hot afternoon that few will ever forget .... the following men played in these games
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Not So Long Ago .... Peerades
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Bill McCarter '19
PEERADES WERE concerted drives on the city in special trains, rather than a dribbling of several hundred autos. Hardier spirits went by freight, blind baggage, or milk train out of the June, but the masses piled into a special
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Arthur D. Holmes '06
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Arthur D. Holmes 'O6, and Francis Tripp are the authors of "The Influence of the composition of yellow corn on the effectiveness of a Rachitogenic Ration" which has been reprinted from Cereal Chemistry for July, 1933.
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
UNDER THE GOAL POSTS
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Dean Chamberlin
By Eddie Dooley '27. 208 pp., John Lowell Pratt.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE
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R. C. S.
By Jens Fredrick Larson, A.M. 1928 and Archie Maclnnes Palmer, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1933.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
WINNERS
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William A. Eddy
By Roy Bullard Chamberlin, Abingdon Press. 1933.
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
The gift of a collection of Webster engravings by Jim Landauer '23, announced in the MAGAZINE, has brought forth from its years of seclusion the words of the "Statesman's Dirge," a song composed in honored memory of the great
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