Issue: 19331201

Friday, December 1, 1933
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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CONTENTS
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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3
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Editorial Comment
NATIONAL FRATERNITIES
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IN THESE COLUMNS last month the editors raised the question of the future place of fraternities at Dartmouth. Among active members of chapters on the campus there is always grumbling against the heavy taxation imposed by their
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3,4,5
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Editorial Comment
THE CURRICULUM AS GROWTH
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DURING THE inauguration of President Nichols in 1909 a dinner was given in Hanover at which were present some of the most distinguished men in American education. The speakers that evening were, among others, James Bryce, President
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Editorial Comment
A BETTER FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
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THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL is doubtless content to struggle with the problems it has on hand, without being presented with bigger and better ones. Such items of old business as ways and means of financing varsity, freshman, and
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5,6
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Editorial Comment
NOW THAT YOU ARE ALUMNI
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NOT ONLY to the class of 1933, which is for the first time in four years failing to assemble within the figurative walls of the college, but to all members of the alumni not acquainted with the system of corralling headstrong
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Editorial Comment
PERIODS OF GROWTH
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CURIOUS LITTLE generalities out of history come to the minds of those who are wont to ruminate upon present things in the light of the past. And in this period of quiet which has fallen upon most American colleges and universities
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7,8,9
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ENGINEERING, A WAY OF LIFE
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Arthur G. Tozzer '02
Thayer School, 1903, Executive Vice-President and Director, Turner Construction Co., New York City
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SONG FOR DARTMOUTH NIGHT
SONG FOR DARTMOUTH NIGHT
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11
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Council Meeting
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The Dartmouth Alumni Council held its annual fall meeting in New York City at the University Club, November 10. William J. Minsch '07, president of the Council, called the morning session to order at 10:00 o'clock. The
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11
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Nominating Committee Report
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An important item of business was the nomination of an alumni Trustee to succeed William W. Grant '03 whose first term expires in June, 1934. Mr. Grant was elected in June, 1931, to fill the unexpired term of John R. McLane '07
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Other Committee Reports
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Mr. Minsch spoke of the loss suffered by the Council in the recent death of Joe Gilman. He then proceeded with the several committee reports, which took the remaining time until adjournment for luncheon at 12:30. Mr. Woods
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11,12
Article
NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Afternoon Session
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Following luncheon at the University Club, the Council reconvened to listen to its guest speakers. R. C. Strong '24, Director of Admissions, outlined plans for the operation of the Selective Process under the new plan of
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12
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Trustees Meeting
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The Trustees of Dartmouth College held their annual fall meeting in Parkhurst Hall on October 26 and took up a full docket of business, including the budget for the current academic year, reports from the various standing and
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12
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Loudon '14 Elected
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At the annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council in New York, November 10, the existing vacancy on the Athletic Council was filled by the election of P. W. Loudon '14 of Minneapolis. Mr. Loudon, who has been a member
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12
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Nomination of Trustee
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At the recent meeting of the Alumni Council, William W. Grant 'O3 of Denver was placed in nomination as Alumni Trustee to succeed himself. Mr. Grant became a member of the Board of Trustees in 1931 when he was elected by the
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13
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Liquor Regulations
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Some inkling as to the College's official stand on intoxicating liquors after Repeal was given in a letter which President Hopkins sent to members of the Interfraternity Council on November 14. In discussing the possible use of
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Phi Beta Kappa
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Twenty-one seniors who have attained a scholastic average of 3.4 or better for their first six semesters were elected to the Dart- mouth chapter of Phi Beta Kappa on October 23. The men chosen were:
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13
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Indian Alumnus Honored
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Signal honor was paid Charles A. Eastman '87 at the observance of American Indian Day at the Century of Progress Exposition, when he was awarded the medal of the Indian Council Fire for the most distinguished achievement by
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13,14
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
"An Indian Preacher"
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Dartmouth College Publications announces the publication on December 1 of "An Indian Preacher in England," as volume two of the Dartmouth College Manuscript Series. Professor L. B. Richardson has edited the letters and
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14
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Student Killed
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John A. Johnson '36, of Brooklyn, N. Y., was killed instantly in an automobile crash which occurred November 17 on the same dangerous curve near Windsor, Vt., where Richard Y. Pickering '36 and Charles H. Vincent '36 had their
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14
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Night
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The celebration of Dartmouth Night in Hanover on Thursday evening, November 16, was held in Webster Hall, thus marking a return to the old tradition that began 38 years ago. President Hopkins, Dean Laycock, and Charles D.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Expense Account Given
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The detailed expense account of Greenleaf Clark '55 while a Dartmouth student was recently presented to the College by his niece, Harriet F. Gage, wife of Herbert E. Gage '87. Nathaniel H. Barrows 'OO and Nathaniel H. Barrows
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14
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Rooming Rules
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The first steps toward more rigid supervision of off-campus rooming were taken by the Administration when President Hopkins, in accordance with a vote of the Board of Trustees, appointed a standing committee on student
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With the Outing Club
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D. G. Allen '34
A few weeks ago Coach Otto gathered his winter sports squad about him and invoked St. Peter, lord of the snows. The next day the ground was white.
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Dartmouth Movies
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With the cooperation of the Dartmouth Players, the College movie service sponsored by the Secretaries Association has begun filming its second student written and student acted scenario. The three reels which will make up this
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The Frescoes
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Albert F. Cochrane
IT HAS BEEN my privilege to have a somewhat remarkable interview with Orozco, who, despite our disagreement in the interpretation of terms, I found to be one of the most delightful personalities in the contemporary art world. He
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16,63,64,66
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HANOVER BROWSING
HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees H. Bowen
DANTE, IN THE passage at the end of his political essay, De Monarchia, an essay expressive of the intense desire of the poet for unity in a welter of warring interests, exclaims: "O Race of Mankind! What storms must toss thee,
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Good Plays for Reading
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Prof. E. B. Watson
Besides the obviously familiar plays o£ leading dramatists and such stage successes as "Journey's End" and "Green Pastures" I should recommend to alumni the following from the last decade as significant and readable plays:
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Following the Big Green Teams
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Late News
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17,18,19,20
Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Controversially it has been a great football season in Hanover, Cambridge, New Haven, and points west and south. Statements and counter-statements, rumors and denials have flown thick and fast about the heads of the hapless
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Chicago 39, Dartmouth O
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Following one victory, one tie, andthree hair line defeats in five majorbattles in a row, four away from home,the Dartmouth eleven ran plumb intodisaster in its final contest againstChicago and was snowed under, 39 too. It was the second meeting
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DECEMBEREVENTS
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BASKETBALL Dec. 9 Crimson Independents. 13 Vermont at Burlington. 16 Harvard. 22 Seventh Regiment at New York. 23 C. C. N. Y. at New York. HOCKEY Dec. 13 St. Johnsbury Tigers. 16 St. Anselms. 18 Concord Hockey
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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S. H. Silvetman '34
Another Convocation somehow seems in order at the present time, now that House Party has come and gone and the football season is almost over. For the majority of undergraduates have been making little more than a half-hearted
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22,23,24,25,26,27
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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ALUMNI NOTES
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth Club of New York
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James D. Landauer
Since the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, 50 new members have been added to the Dartmouth Club. The fall season is well under way, and the last month has seen an unusual amount of activity around the Club.
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News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth Club of Hartford
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C. B. Rice '23
On Friday evening, November 3, ninety alumni and friends of Dartmouth gathered at the Hartford Golf Club to welcome Dean Laycock on his last official visit to Hartford. The Dean has been with us annually, with the exception of
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News From the Associations and Classes
Boston Association
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Charles W. Bartlett
On Saturday afternoon, October 21, about seventy of the members of the Association gathered at the Charles River Country Club on the occasion of the "first annual Dartmouth alumni fall get-together-outing," so called. The
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News From the Associations and Classes
Georgia Alumni Elect
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The latest gathering of the Dartmouth Club of Georgia was held at the home of Hen Sturgess '17, retiring president, on Saturday, November 4. After listening to the disappointing report of afEairs at the New Haven Bowl, a buffet
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News From the Associations and Classes
Dartmouth Club of Worcester
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Donald Mix
About three weeks before the Harvard game, the Harvard Club of Worcester through two of its representatives phoned Parker Trowbridge, Howard Booth, Ralph Duffy, and myself and asked for a hearing. We went to the proposed meeting
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29,30
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Thayer School News
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William P. Kimball '28
With the school year well under way the first-year men are rapidly accustoming themselves to the frequent examinations and the extended demands of an engineering education on their time. Owing to the size and rugged nature of
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30
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Hay, after a summer spent in the mountains of North Carolina, in Massachusetts and New York, returns to the Berkeley Court Apartments in Charleston, S. C„ where he has established a winter home for several years. * .
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
The Secretary has received a copy of the Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, the denominational weekly of the SeventhDay Adventists, and finds in it an address in full delivered at the Commencement of Emmanuel Missionary College,
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30
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1880
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George A. Dickey
Mrs. William Franklin Furman died recently at Harvard, Mass. She was eighty years old. Her husband died in 1921. She is survived by two children, a son, Walter F. Furman, Dartmouth 'OB, New York, and daughter, Mrs. Joseph L.
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30
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1883
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Walter B. Patterson
Alfred E. Watson, class agent, had a very narrow escape from drowning this summer shortly after his class reunion. While at his summer cottage he went to a nearby reservoir to secure water, and in descending a ladder, the
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1886
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Hon. Leslie P. Snow
Robert Gilman Brown passed away on July 6 this year at his English home. An obituary notice appears in this issue. Mrs. Ruth (Ransom) Fletcher, daughter of George W. Ransom, is the proprietress of a book shop in the Gramercy
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30,31
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
After several years of ill health, Dr. Alexander Quackenboss passed away in Boston, October 37. In his death the class loses a member whose professional career has been highly successful, and whose qualities of mind and heart
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31
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1888
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Eleazar Cate
Mrs. Henrietta Wells Livermore, wife of Arthur L. Livermore, died at her home in New York City October 14, of heart disease, after an illness of several, months.
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31
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Three of our class, Frost, Wellman, and Blakely, shared with other men of the Eighties the annual "after-the-game" dinner October 28, at the Boston City Club. The Secretary received a letter from Ralph Bartlett, sent from
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
If you want to do a little long-distance planning, here is a suggestion. Columbus Day, October 12, comes on Friday in 1934. You couldn't do better than to spend the week-end in Hanover. This suggestion is based on my experience
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Our foreign and interstate news service having been almost entirely cut off by censorship or some other interference during the past month, we were forced to climb into the state house dome at Concord and with a telescope
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1894
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Rev.Cha C. Merrill
Henry N. Hurd
Through the continued and gracious hospitality of Matt Jones and Mrs. Jones the class was privileged to break bread with them at their home at 30 Ledges Road, Newton Center, Mass. Notwithstanding the severe and widely pervasive
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32
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1895
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Roland E. Stevens
"General" Davis attended the funeral of the late Porter H. Dale, U. S. senator from Vermont. Carol has succeeded the Hon. Curtis S. Emery in the custom brokerage business at Newport, Vt. He has lived in Newport for many years.
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32,33
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1897
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Ernest M. Butterfield
The Secretary has just returned from a business trip to Indianapolis. Most satisfactory of all was a good visit with Walter Kelly at his hospitable home facing the civic circle which is the center of Indianapolis' choicest
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
One of the smallest but the really best round-up '9B has had prior to the Harvard game was held at the University Club in Boston the evening of the 27th of October. It was enjoyable from start to finish, and, as befits
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33
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendall
A postcard received in October from Charles Bonney has on its reverse side a picture of the Causeway Entrance to Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia. More and more the pull of this wonderful Northwest draws the fellows
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The night-before-the-game round-up was held as usual at the Bradford Hotel with about twenty in attendance. Bobby Brooks came down from Claremont, Jim Woodman from Franklin, and Ben Prescott from Milford.
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34
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Bob Leavens recently addressed the San Francisco alumni at one of their weekly luncheons, and his topic was "President Hopkins, his undergraduate days."
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34,35
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farweell
This time we express our best wishes for a Merry Christmas, not only to the men of 1902, but to all our readers. The fact that it is necessary to pen the phrase while it is yet October makes the greeting seem a little early, but
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
Last June there stepped from the bus in front of Mass. Hall a fellow who received a most sincere and enthusiastic welcome from those gathered on the steps. His return had not been anticipated by the reunion committee because
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35
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
The class of 1904 enjoyed their usual round-up the night before the Harvard game as the guests of Carl Woods at the University Club in Boston. The following men were present: Woods, Hobbs, Marshall, Sexton, McKennis, Edgerly,
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. McClary
Bill Jackson writes that he lost his father on October 6 at the ripe old age o£ 80; his mother died about two years ago. We all extend our sincere sympathy to Bill. He also says: "My daughter is a junior atBoston University—she is a
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36,37
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
The never-failing custom of holding the 1906 dinner at the Parker House in Boston on the eve of the Harvard-Dartmouth football game was again successfully observed. Eleven members of the class were present. Gott Brooks, Ray
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37,38
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1908
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Laurence W. Griswold
Efforts of the special committee to increase the number of 1908 subscribers to the magazine haven't been so hot, judging from a note received from John Alexander Clark of New Canaan, Conn., one of the valiants engaged in the
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38,39,40
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
After being thoroughly fricasseed, Major Bunk Irwin passed his army physical examination with flying colors, and is to be stationed next in Hawaii. He plans to leave Portland, Me., about the first of April and to arrive in
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40,41,42
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News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
Marshall Comstock has two daughters, 15 and 13, and*a son 9 . . . . the older daughter is headed for Radcliffe year after next .... Marshall is still with the Wagner Electric Corporation .... Howard Smith, Vermont Marble Co.'s
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42,44
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The big item of news for the last month was the 1911 stag dinner in the University Club in Boston on the evening before the Harvard game. Following a lapse of a couple of years there was sufficient demand for the renewal of this
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44
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
Just as a reminder to some of us to "be our age" there are in the freshman class (1937) five sons of 1912. They are Foster W. Bruner, son of Warren, Kenneth E. Chapman, son of Elmer, Frederick D. Day Jr., son of Fred, William
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Milt Aronowitz came on from Albany, N. Y., to see the Harvard game, and announced that he had a five-months-old candidate for the team. Milton Aronowitz Jr. was born May 24, 1933. Then we learned that Marc Wright planned not
4719181_19331201_000072.xml
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44,45
Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1914
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C. Edward Leech
X>4X
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
Boston has a "welcome home" sign out for Johnnie Johnson. It is reported that Johnnie is again actively associated with the H. A. Johnson Co. at 221 State St., from which headquarters he will travel chiefly in Southern
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
We have the following changes of addresses: Alec Jardine, 143 Essex St., Bangor, Me. Lymie Perkins, 26 Barnard Ave., Watertown, Mass.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmre
Apparently secretarial apologies are due for the omission of the class notes in the November MAGAZINE. As these notes were sent in twenty-four hours late, the editor seems to have been unable to print them. This was unfortunate,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1918
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Allan C. Gottschaldt
We said something in a recent column about writing class wives for news if class husbands failed to crash through. Eddie Felt evidently is not keen over his wife's breaking into print about him, for he answered by return mail.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1919
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James C. Davis
All these years we have been sending along our notes to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE with a fine disregard for closing dates. This comes of being in the advertising business, where nothing ever closes with a paid line in sight. We fully
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
PAUL SAMPLE'S progress in the world of art continues at a steady pace. The New York Times reports his "Church Supper" recently purchased by the new Springfield Museum. It is an interesting composition full of human interest,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
The Dartmouth Club in New York staged an old-fashioned football smoker the night before the Penn game this fall, and it turned out to be quite a 1921 party. No class dinner was staged in connection with the smoker, but thirteen
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Discouraged by the unresponsiveness of the Western brethren, your Winchell journeyed out to Chicago in October to inspect that disaffected area. By employment of the good nature and energy of Gene Hotchkiss, a sparkling dinner
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1923
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John C. Allen
This, the second in a series of short biographies appearing in this column, is about the career of George Lauderdale Plant, B.S. '23, M.C.S. '24. There are two things which seem to me of particular interest in his career; one
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Pinky Booth, Worcester's leading bachelor, took first honors again in the Boy Scout organization when he was re-elected president of the Worcester Area Council. He was able to report increased activities at the end of his first
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1926
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J.Branton Wallace
In this issue Tiny Marsans sends along the following word from Hanover. Doug Everett is scheduled to supply a letter for the January number.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
Thus far the new code as presented by your Secretary in this column of the October issue has certainly proved a huge success. To date we have received the grand total of one letter in response to that stirring appeal. This
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
From what I gather hereabouts everybody sets out for Princeton tomorrow, and if my frantic prayers aren't answered, reversing tonight's newspaper opinions, I'll certainly keep out of sight of my several Princeton bosses Monday
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1929
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F. William Andres
Gus Wiedenmayer
This time Hanover was the Hanover of our fondest memories: the early dusk of an autumnal Saturday lighting up the Main Street widows; eager crowds studying the score boards at the Co-op and across the street at Campion's the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
"Merry Christmas" early in November seems like jumping the gun, but this is the December issue, so get set to receive the jolly greeting. It can be said for it at this date that at least it hasn't received the thick bromidic
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
Indicted again! And I wanted so much not to miss a single issue this year. Well, it wouldn't do much good to alibi about it, although I did send my material in only two days late. Once upon a time in a little town in New
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley, 2d
Your Secretary has recently installed himself at the above address with Messrs. Wilkin and Boncutter of your own class and one Matt Leonard '28.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Classes
Class of 1933
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John S. Monagan
After a distinctly unproductive period there has become evident to eager observers what may be the beginning of a glorious renaissance in the art of letterwriting among the members of the class of 1933. Two particularly
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Article
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From A 1908 Mem Book
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This snappy-looking group photograph was taken by the Langill Dartmouth Photo Rooms, Hanover, thirty years ago come next opportunity for Dartmouth to outwit Yale in the Bowl. This picture includes about all of the Big Shots of
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Article
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago .... Way Back in the Chop-Stick Days
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Hap Hinman '10
THE FOOTBALL team won the famous 10-6 Polo Grounds victory over Princeton before 20,000 spectators .... Dartmouth's left tackle, "Bolliver" Sherwin 'll, drop-kicked four points for only scoring in first half .... Princeton's
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Article
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Not So Long Ago .... Cry Havoc!
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Bill McCarter '19
THIS CONCERNS the war only as it touched on Hanover. At first it was little more than current events items for history class. Carleton Potter and a few others joined the French Ambulance Corps. Opie Horton sent back letters to
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Albert W. Levi '32, is the author
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Albert W. Levi '32, is the author of an article "The Failure of the Liberal College" in the October issue of the AmericanScholar.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
MOUNT WASHINGTON REOCCUPIED
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N. L. G.
By Robert S. Monahan '29. Stephen Daye Press, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1933.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
NERVOUS BREAKDOWNS
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C. N. Allen
By Walter Beran Wolfe 'si, M.D. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1933. xv. 240 pp.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
GREEK ART
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Hugh S. Morrison
Arthur Fairbanks '86. Longmans, Green & Co., 1933.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
AN ASTRONOMER'S LIFE
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L. B. R.
By Edwin Brant Frost '86. XI. 300 pages. Houghton, Mifflin & Company.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FLOWERING PLANTS AND VEGETATION. C. J
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F. K. Sparrow Jr.,
Lyon. (Planographed, published by the author. 236 pp.)
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FRENCH COMME IL FA UT
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Charles R. Bagley
complete and up-to-date course in French. By Professor Frangois Denoeu, Dartmouth College. 223 pp. The Dartmouth Bookstore.
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DARTMOUTH PLATES
DARTMOUTH PLATES
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Article
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Council Resolution
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In reporting for the resolutions committee of the Alumni Council at the meeting of the Council in New York November 10, J. R. Burleigh '14 presented a statement of regret for the loss of Joe Gilman '05 and of appreciation of
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Article
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Concert Series
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The Dartmouth College Concert Series for 1933-34 present a five-concert course featuring Rosa Ponselle, Metropolitan Opera star, and Albert Spalding, famous American violinist. Miss Ponselle opens the series on December 5, and
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Second the Motion
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VERSATILE SERVANT
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DOLLAR
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CUNARD
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Article
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
The chess team is turning out to be a bunch of athletes. Not content with quietly sitting down for long afternoons of thoughtful practice in preparation for strenuous matches of the winter season, the chess team has gone in for
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The Clark School
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STEPHEN DAYE PCESS
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AN INDIAN PREACHER IN ENGLAND
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