Issue: 19340401

Sunday, April 1, 1934
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE NEWS
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
Memoirs of Dr Wheelock
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David McClure &
Elijah Parish (Published in 1811)
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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April, Fourth Month—April hath 30 days
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Editorial Comment By Undergraduates
REPUDIATION OF THE OLD COLLEGE
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Charles B. Strauss '34
The liberal college as the alumni knew it is slipping away. Its traditional sort of activity, whether at Dartmouth or at any other institution of its kind, is being repudiated more and more.
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Editorial Comment By Undergraduates
OLYMPIC WINTER SPORTS IN 1936
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Donald G. Allen '34
Skiing is a big word in the Dartmouth vocabulary. It calls up memories of snow-laden pines in the Vale of Tempe, of breath-taking midnight excursions to the River Trail, of the thrill of Moosilauke races, and the wind-burned
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Editorial Comment By Undergraduates
RE: THE DARTMOUTH
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Jerry Alan Danzig '34
It is PERHAPS significant that undergraduate journalistic lore decrees that the editor of The Dartmouth must retire from his one year incumbency a disillusioned cynic. He is overcome by a sense of futility in trying to guide his
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Editorial Comment By Undergraduates
STUDENT-ALUMNI CONTACTS
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Thomas H. Lane '35
The attitude of the average undergraduate toward the average alumnus is sufficiently categorical to be tangible and at the same time sufficiently vague to all but escape definition.
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TO COMPLETED SERVICE
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IN THE HISTORY of any institution of learning which has continued over a period of years there is bound to be a long and honored record of students who have completed their life work and finished their services to mankind while within the
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VALEDICTION
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President Hopkins
Delivered at the Memorial Service in Rollins Chapel, March i, in Remembrance of the Group of Students Who Died February 25
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Undergraduate Report on the Curriculum
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Emerson Day '34
IT HAS BEEN said that college curricula, both in the theory behind them and in their working out, are passing through a very significant transition period. Just what this change is, from what it moves toward what, not many know
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SOME OLD DARTMOUTH CUSTOMS
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Oscar M. Ruebhausen '34
THE CHARACTER OF and the changes in the student-faculty relationships at Dartmouth since iB6O have been of great interest to me while making a study this year of Dartmouth student life since the Civil War. Obviously it was not
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THE FRESCOES AND THE UNDERGRADUATE
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Milburn McCarty IV '35
THEY'RE JUST A LOT of pictures to me and I don't believe they mean anything to four out of five of the fellows around here" was the statement overheard a few days ago in the Reserve Room of Baker.
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Supporting Dr. Dearborn
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A New and Effective Religious Organization
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Seymour B. Dunn '34
CHANGE AND REFORM were in the air on the Dartmouth campus last spring. A New Deal was touching student organizations. It was then that the Dartmouth Christian Association quietly passed away, leaving to a new organization, the
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A Major in Criminology
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Henry B. Brown '34.
One of the unrecognized, highly individualized majors in Dartmouth College is that of a major in criminology. It has been the writer's attempt in the past two years to fit himself as far as is possible for a career in
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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S. H. Silverman '34
This is our last month of occupancy, and we arise from the Undergraduate Chair with a good deal of humility and even a little wisdom. In reporting the activities of some twenty-three hundred undergraduates over a period of a
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
DEATH AND DARTMOUTH
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S. H. Silverman '34
We say it is a soberer college because national economic forces have at last come home to Dartmouth men, and becauseeven more dramatically—death has visited their dearest friends. The effect of the passing from the life of the
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE GREAT AWAKENING
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S. H. Silverman '34
These tragic events have combined with other established facts to exert a definite maturing effect, the extent of which we cannot determine, upon the undergraduate body as a whole. For one thing, the seniors not entering the
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
WE CAN'T BELIEVE IT
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S. H. Silverman '34
So much for intellectual maturing. An even more surprising phenomenon has come to full bloom over the past yearhouse-party regulation. Following an un- successfully controlled Fall House Party, Paleopitus assumed responsibility
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
JUST FOR A CHANGE
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S. H. Silverman '34
The rampant dissatisfaction concerning Dartmouth athletics felt last semester has abated considerably. The coming of Earl Blaik, whom the Press Club devils will persist in calling "Red," and of spring football practice, has
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE OTHER SIDE
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S. H. Silverman '34
The intellectual life, as we may have noted above, has been a vigorous one over the course of the year. Some of it has centered upon immediate political and economic issues, but most of it has run the old, old range of campus
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
SOME CONSTANTS
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S. H. Silverman '34
Yet certain Dartmouth phenomena have withstood change amidst this evolution. The D. O. C. has turned in another splendid record of accomplishment; and its administration of Carnival was a pleasure to behold. Yet, while even
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In the Tradition of Samson Occom
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B. F. Farber '36.
DARTMOUTH COLLFCE, an institution founded as Moor's Charity School for the education of the Indian, maintains its right to this title by again having included a direct descendant of the Indian race in its freshman class. Year
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Gym Talk: The Dean of Coaches
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C. E. W.
Harry Livingston Hillman, the dean of all Dartmouth coaches, is now in the process of rounding out twenty-five years as director of Big Green track teams. During the quarter of a century in which he has been connected with the
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HANOVER BROWSING
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Rees H. Bowen
THE LAST TWO months my browsing was done in books not too difficult to comprehend. This month I decided to browse in more substantial fields. The majority of the volumes recommended in this issue cannot be placed in the class
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Tales of Adventurous Travel
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Allan Macdonald
Here are some suggestions that may help the armchair adventurer to defeat the wanderlust of April by vicarious experience.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Student Leader Succumbs to Pneumonia
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The College received another great shock on March 14, when it awoke to learn that Robert Henry Michelet '34, outstanding scholar, athlete, and student administrator, had passed away at Dick's House in the early morning hours,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
FUNERAL AT WASHINGTON
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Following a special service at the Casque and Gauntlet house, the body of Michelet was accompanied home to Washington, D. C„ by his father, Simon T. Michelet, who had been at the bedside of his son when he died. Funeral services
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
EDITORIAL TRIBUTE
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In commenting editorially on the death of Bob Michelet, The Dartmouth declared:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Coaches to Meet Alumni
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Dartmouth's new football coaching staff will meet with several groups of Eastern alumni during the College recess from March 28 to April 8. On April 2, Head Coach Blaik and his three assistants, Harry Ellinger, Andy Gustafson,
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Council Nominees From Middle and Southern States District
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Sumner B. Emerson '17 nominated for Alumni Council vacancy in District II by Philadelphia alumni.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Council Elections
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Early in April ballots will go to all alumni o£ more than three years' standing for the annual election of members to the Alumni Council. Since there was only one nominee from each of three districts, there will be election
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Secretaries Meetings
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It has been necessary to change the dates of the Secretaries Association meetings previously announced for May 4 and 5 to May 11 and 12. This will be the thirtieth annual occasion when the College has entertained alumni class
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Fund Drive
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Plans for a second "No Quota" Alumni Fund drive were outlined at the annual meetings of class agents in New York and Boston on March 15 and 20, respectively. President Hopkins was present at both dinners, each of which attracted
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
President's Engagements
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President Hopkins' engagements during the month of March took him as far south as Williamsburg, Virginia, where he met with a group of Dartmouth men at the home of Charles G. Milham '06 on March 10. Earlier in the month, the
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dean Visits Far West
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Dean Laycock returned to Hanover on March 2, after a month's tour of alumni clubs in the east and middle west, and remained at College for only a few days before leaving for New York, from which point he sailed for Los Angeles
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Preparing Room List
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First steps toward more rigid supervision of off-campus residences were taken during the latter part of February with the mailing of applications for inclusion in the approved list to all off-campus addresses and fraternity
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Alumni Represent College
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Dartmouth alumni have acted as representatives of the College at several occasions during the last few months. They are, in order of occurrence, as follows:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Phi Beta Kappa Elects
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Nineteen seniors and two alumni were elected to Phi Beta Kappa at a meeting of the Dartmouth chapter on March 2. The alumni honored were the Rev. Charles A. Dinsmore '84 and Professor Herbert A. Miller '99. Following the meeting
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Movies for Rental
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The College news reel service, sponsored by the Dartmouth Secretaries Association, has a number of films for rental showing varied Hanover activities. In place of the usual winter pictures the work this year has been
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Freshman Plaque Awarded
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The Dartmouth Plaque for scholarship has been awarded by the committee on admissionto the Tower Hill School of Wilmington, Delaware, whose delegation of three men in the freshman class secured a scholastic average of 3.3
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Resolution
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WHEREAS, Our College and all associated with it have been profoundly shocked and grieved by the terrible misfortune which has befallen the Dartmouth Chapter of the Theta Chi Fraternity with the attendant loss of life; and
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
North Country Fair
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A huge "North Country Fair," planned as a social highlight for the entire countryside around Hanover, will be held in Alumni Gymnasium on the afternoon and evening of April 13, for the benefit of Mary Hitchcock Memorial
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Commencement Fares
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Although arrangements with the railroad passenger associations have not been completed, special round trip fares to Hanover for the Commencement week-end, June 15-18, are assured for all alumni and guests of graduating
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Senior Societies
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Four seniors and 54 juniors were pledged by Dartmouth senior societies at midnight on March 8. The men honored are as follows:
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Simplified Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE ATHLETIC COUNCIL
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Seen From the Sidelines
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Robert Webb '34
(This column appears in The Dartmouth, and is written by the paper's former managing editor)
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Act two of Dartmouth's 1933-34 sports drama has come to a close, and a great bustle of scene-shifting and part-rehearsing now goes on in preparation for the third and final act, which is scheduled to run throughout April, May
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INDIANS INVADE PRINCETON
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C. E. Widmayer '30
After their 9-7 victory over Princeton at Hanover had assured them at least a tie for first place in the final league standings, the Indians went to Jungletown with threats of sure revenge ringing in their ears, and completely
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Basketball
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C. E. Widmayer '30
To borrow a phrase from the ManchesterUnion's Dick Montgomery, the 1933-34 basketball season was the same old story told with a new set of scores. A whirlwind at the outset of the league campaign, the Dartmouth court team went into
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CORNELL WINS AGAIN
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Dolly Stark's courtmen went straight to Ithaca from New Haven, and there they lost to Cornell for the second time, 37 to 21. Dartmouth's passing game was vastly improved over that of two nights previous, but the Big Red five,
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BONNIWELL ELECTED CAPTAIN
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Al Bonniwell, slim forward from Philadelphia, was unanimously chosen captain of next year's team at the close of the season. He has led the Green courtmen in scoring for the past two seasons, and this year came very close to
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Track
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Harry Hillman's twenty-fifth Dartmouth track team entered the annual triangular meet with Harvard and Cornell at Boston on March 10, with the best chance to win that the Green track and field men have had in recent years. The
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End Coach Named
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Dartmouth's 1934 football coachingstaff was completed on March 1 withthe announcement that Dr. Joseph C.Donchess, former coach and AilAmerican end at Pittsburgh, would bethe Green end coach under Earl Blaik.The selection of Donchess
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Swimming
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C. E. Widmayer '30
The swimming team closed its season with a 41-30 victory over Brown on March 3, finishing with a record of five wins and three losses. Princeton, Harvard, and Yale administered the defeats, while Springfield, Colgate, Army, M.
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EIGHTEEN GET LETTERS
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C. E. Widmayer '30
At the end of the swimming season, the Athletic Council voted letters to the following men: Captain Richard W. Banfield '34, Saco, Me.; James A. Ballard '34, Detroit, Mich.; Lincoln Daniels '34, New York City; Melvin P. Earl
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Spring Football
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C. E. Widmayer '30
The indoor cage of the Gymnasium is a busy place these days, with varsity football practice for an hour at 1.30 and 4.30, the varsity baseball squad getting in its licks between sessions, and the freshman diamond squad working
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APRIL SPORTS
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BASEBALL April 4 Princeton at Princeton. 5 Princeton at Princeton. 6 Swarthmore at Swarthmore. 7 Gettysburg at Gettysburg. 13 Wesleyan at Middletown. 14 *Yale at New Haven. 21 Lowell Textile. 27 Providence at
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Baseball
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Jeff Tesreau's full diamond squad reported on March 6, but with a number of veterans resting after basketball and hockey, the real workouts of the squad did not get under way until a week later. Battery candidates, with the
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Sport Shorts
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Handicapped by snow on Memorial Field, Tommy Dent's lacrosse team, which was undefeated champion of New England last season, has betaken itself to the Dais hockey rink, where it is working on fundamentals until the weather
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INTRAMURAL MEET
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Dartmouth's intramural champions in basketball, boxing, and wrestling defeated the Harvard champions, 2 to 1, on March 3 in the first meet of its kind ever held in Hanover. Psi Upsilon, winner of Dartmouth's basketball series,
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FRESHMAN NUMERALS
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C. E. Widmayer '30
Fifteen freshmen have been awarded hockey numerals by the Athletic Council as follows: Lester F. Barrett, Arlington, Mass.; Gordon P. Bennett, Swampscott, Mass.; William B. Cash, Minneapolis; John H. Devlin Jr., Belmont, Mass.;
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Complete Tabulation of Varsity Hockey Scores Over 29-Year Period
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YalePrince-tonHar-vardCor-nellColum-biaPenn.BrownArmyWil-liamsAmherstMass.AggiesM. I. T.Spring-fieldSt.PaulsMcGillToronto 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15
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Adds Another Chapter to Statistical Record by Ford H. Whelden '25
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Other Games: 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1912-13 1914-15 1915-16 Rindge M. T. H. S. Coaticooks Rensselaer F. I. Bishops Dorchester-Somerville Winchester C. C. Crescent Club
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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ALUMNI NOTES Necrology
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Los Angeles
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L. I. Rothschild '24
The Southern California Association is about to put the finishing touches on its 1933-34 season. The annual meeting and election came in April with the advent of beer. The San Francisco Association held its meeting on that
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Dartmouth Club of Detroit
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Louis B. Heavenrich '32,
Ford H. Whelden '25 was reelected president at the annual election of the Dartmouth Club of Detroit held at the Intercollegiate Club on February sixth. This will be Mr. Whelden's fourth year in this office. Charles G. Bennett
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Western New York
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Arthur S. Graham
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Western New York held its annual banquet on February 2 to receive Dean Laycock on his last official trip. The banquet was held at the University Club in Buffalo with an attendance of about
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News From the Associations and Glasses
St. Louis Club Active
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John Laffey
On Thursday evening, February 15, the annual formal banquet was held at the Hotel Kingsway. Dean Craven Laycock on his tour toward the Southwest was the guest of honor. Among 71 people present, about a half dozen were
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Chicago Association
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John J. Goodwillie
Friday, February 9, was the day set for the fifty-ninth annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago. Approximately two hundred men, the greatest crowd since 1928, gathered at the Interfraternity Club to say
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Washington Association
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Duke Barto '29.
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington, D. C., held its annual dinner in the form of a testimonial to retiring Dean Laycock on February 28 at the La fayette Hotel. Sixty members of the Association were present with
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New York Bulletin
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J. D. Landauer.
At the last meeting of the board of governors of the Dartmouth College Club the nominating committee, consisting of H. B. Gilmore '01, chairman, F. H. Leggett '98, R. G. Burns '12, M. J. Remsen '14, H. S. Baketel 'so, made the
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Cleveland Club
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William D. Gorton '24,
The Dartmouth Club of Cleveland under the strong hand of Norman Jeavons '18 has awakened to a new era of great activity. On February 6th Dean Laycock attending our annual banquet was cheered by the largest turnout in the
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Northern California Ski Party
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B. L. Winslow '20
Anxiety to get on skis spread until on Friday, January 26, it was discovered that three automobile loads of San Francisco alumni were starting for the Sierra Ski Club located at the summit of the High Sierra as guests of Selden
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Lehigh Valley Club
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Osmun Skinner '28
The Dartmouth Club of the Lehigh Valley held an informal meeting February 18 at the secretary's home in Easton. It was the eighth anniversary of the founding of the club. The three reels of D. O. C. composite movies were shown,
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Virginia Alumni Meet
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If Andy Gustafson, loyal resident of Virginia Beach, had happened to make any sort of prediction concerning the beauties of Nature that awaited President Hopkins at the end of the trip that took Dartmouth's head to
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Thayer School News
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Kimball '28
If there are any constant readers of this column, and if you happen to be one, you may have noted, particularly in last month's issue, a preponderance of T.S.C.E.'s, which have been used for the combined effect of indicating the
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1876
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Dr Henry H. Piper
The following extract is from a letter of G. R. Clark, Davenport, lowa, bearing date of December 19, 1933. "It may surprise you to hear that Mrs.Clark and I took a motor trip East this lastsummer. We had never made any long tour,and I
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Rev. William W. Prescott is in his second year as dean of theology at Emmanuel Missionary College, Berrien Springs, Mich., and though in his seventy-ninth year has not missed a class either last year or this. At the beginning
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Bouton, our astronomer, writes from St. Petersburg, Fla.: "I have been more activein my observatory work than usual. Mydeafness has so increased that I go out tolectures, social gatherings, etc., only a verylittle, thus having more time for
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1880
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George A. Dickey
Bench and bar of Worcester County, Mass., paid homage to Webster Thayer in a memorial service February 9 at the court house in Worcester. Distinguished jurists, attorneys, and personal friends spoke intimately of his ability as
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1883
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Walter B. Patterson
Mr. W. W. Niles is president of the Taconic State Park Commisison of New York. He has received a gold medal from the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society for his services on the Commission, and for previous
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
A. E. Hadlock of New York was in Hanover during the Carnival, the guest of classmate S. E. Junkins.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1888
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Eleazar Cate
The Secretary is keenly disappointed. The reason is valid. Several of our men, as recorded in a previous issue of the MAGAZINE, have retired from active business, and we doubt not others have found their business retired from
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Mrs. Charles D. Hazen is corresponding secretary of the American Female Guardian Society, a pioneer in welfare work among women and children in New York City.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1890
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Willis Mcduffee
The funeral of our classmate, George Albert French, was attended by Ruggles, John F. McDonald, Safford, and Woods. French was one of the most regular attendants of our class reunions and was one of Dartmouth's most loyal sons.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Word has just come to me from the Alumni Office in Hanover that Gil Price died on January 9, 1934. 1 haven't any particulars and haven't time to get them before t his issue goes to press. I asked Billy Earl to write me
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
On the editorial page of a recent issue of the Boston Globe a scholarly member of the staff, James H. Powers, introduced an article on "The Fate of the Augustan New Deal," with a translation by Perley Oakland Place, professor
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
The sincere sympathy of the whole class goes out to Phil Marden on account of the death of his wife, Florence Sherwin Marden, on February 15, after an unusually prolonged and trying illness. They had been married thirty-two
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1895
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Roland E. Stevens, Esq.
Walt Lane has a collection of snapshots taken in 189 and a little later, of Dartmouth scenes, buildings, and undergraduates of that far-back period.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1897
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Ernest W. Butterfield
The death of Maurice J. Duncklee of the class of 1902 will be noted with regret by many. Duncklee was a member of our class for three years and was forced to leave college for lack of funds. His modest and courageous life was an
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1898
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H. Philip Patey
The big news in '98 circles this month is the dumping out of Joe Bartlett as CWA administrator for Massachusetts by the Roosevelt administration and the naming of Joe Carney to succeed him. They can't get along without '98
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1899
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Warren C. Kendali.
There is one way a '99 man can always be sure of getting his money's worth, that is, by spending two dollars to attend the annual round-up at the University Club in Boston the first Saturday night in March. Jim Barney is a sure
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
In order to provide a tactful opening, the Secretary wishes to announce a wonderful winter in Southern California, one of the mildest on record. Today, February 23, the jonquils are in bloom just outside the window, the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1901
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Everett M.Stevens
Jim and Mrs. Higgins have been spending their winter vacation at Fort Lauder- dale, Fla.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1902
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Hermon W. Farwetll
Of course I shivered as did the rest of you during our cold spell, and all the time I couldn't help laughing at myself, born in New Hampshire, brought up in severe winters, a history of seven Hanover winters in my past, and now
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1903
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Dr. Edward K. Burbeck
On Sunday, February 18, the Boston and Maine R. R. ran a special snow train to Hanover under the auspices of the Boston Alumni Association. The sole representative of 1903 was Ralph Neal, who thoughtfully sent me a postcard.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1904
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Hhrry B. Johnson
Mr. D. S. Rollins has returned to Newport, N. H. He is to manage the Brampton Woolen Mills. We are glad to have Sid again permanently stationed in New Hampshire, as it makes an excellent resting point for the class on their way
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1905
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Arthur E. Mcclary
At this writing, Amarillo, Texas, is putting on a "Mothers-in-law Day," which probably won't mean a thing to our bachelor friend, Chester A. Grover, of that fair city. Anyway, he will not have to buy any sweet peas.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
Last month I started off my news items with the phrase, "The cut which accompanies this column," and then to your bewilderment and my chagrin when the MAGAZINE appeared there was no cut! You may blame it on the editors or the
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1908
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Laurence W. Griswold
A subscription to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is a good gift to the parents of a Dartmouth student. The idea has been tried and works well.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
Curt Sheldon has been made vice-president and trust officer of the New Britain National Bank, where he has been for years. This is another step upward for Curt that is undoubtedly due to his usual custom of doing intelligently
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1910
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Harold P. Hinman
"King" Brady has moved his residence from Brookline to Wellesley .... Charlie Noone, Chattanooga lawyer, was elected vice-president of the Rollins College Alumni Association .... Rollie Reynolds, head of Horace Mann School,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1911
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Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The following letter, which indicates the great interest which Charlie had in 1911, was received from Mrs. Lingley, and I know it will interest all of you.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
Again it becomes necessary to sadden the 1912 column with the news of the passing of a classmate.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
A letter from Len Manley, president of the Woodbury Co. Savings Bank at Sioux City, lowa, notes that we here have been having a real old-fashioned New England winter, while Sioux City has had almost no snow and the ground, in
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1914
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Edward leech
The cold weather seems to have frozen the ink in the fountain pens of most of our class men. We have very little news to report this month. However, Sig Larmon and members of his executive committee have'been on the job, and we
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1915
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Harold K. Davison
The writer has been asked several times to say whether or not any member of the class has yet sent a son to college, particularly Dartmouth. He has no information yet of any such forward son or parents. If anyone has any
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1916
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John A. Pelletier
Word has been received from Cliff Bean that all is quiet on the front as far as Boston is concerned. Still head over heels in work and has not been seen in and around that vicinity very much. At the Dartmouth banquet held in
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1917
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Dr. Charles M. Gilmore
Before these notes are published you will have received Don Brooks' letter, which again explains in detail the committee's ideas of dividing the class into Active and Inactive Groups, based upon a five-dollar annual tax.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1918
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Allan C. Gottschaldt
From Plattsburg, N. Y., we received word from Ed McDowell. The doctor practises surgery and obstetrics, reminds us to remind you that Monk Cameron was married last November, and that he (Ed) boasts two children, a boy 8, and a
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1919
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James Corliss Davis
Reunion seems to be on everybody's mind these days, and most of our news pertains thereto. Today word reached us that our Charles Biddle has already left Osaka, Japan, bound for the big Fifteenth. That seems to us about as far
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1920
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Allan M. Cate
ED CURTIS has been made manager of the Kankakee Investment Co., Inc., at Kankakee, Ill.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
Once again 192 I'S membership has found its way into the newspaper headlines, thanks to Werner Janssen. On Feb. 9 Werner became the first American to conduct a symphony orchestra in Finland, when he led the Helsingfors
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Lawrence P. Farnham has reported to the Alumni Records Office that he is living at Hill, N. H.
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1923
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John C. Allen
Believing that a more interesting biographical sketch could be written by one who had worked with and known the subject, I went to work on Sid Flanigan to do the story on Tom McKnight. As will be remembered, Sid and Tom,
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Greeted en route like a Persian potentate, Ax Coffin "wolverined" East on the occasion of New England's '88 blizzard to take a look at his recent inheritance, a toothpick factory in Strong, Me. Just to be sure he got there,
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1925
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F. N. Blodgett
We've heard it takes a good man to admit an error, and so it is with bowed head and hushed and reverent voice that we announce your Secretary has got what it takes a double dose, in fact, because we start this issue with
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
Another big scandal has just been unearthed! The terrible thing is, that none other than our own dear, beloved classmate, Sidney Chandler Hayward, has been caught hoarding the ALUMNI MAGAZINE gold. Awful, isn't it?
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1927
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Doane arnold
We wish to apologize for not having a column in the last issue. We were probably lost somewhere in a snow drift or thoroughly numbed by the eighteen below zero temperature at the time when the material should have been mailed
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
Sorry to have run out on you last month. I don't know what happened, but the 10th flashed by without my getting a chapter in the mail.
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1929
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F. William Andres
What a month, what a month this last one has been. Plenty of snow, cold, chores, and work, but a shocking scarcity of retellable items until the last two posts from New York and Philadelphia brought the following, for which all
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Class Notes
News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
Floods of water rush down East Wheelock St., beginning a devious circuit via Mink Brook to the river; pleasantries about the imminent danger of drowning are bandied about the sidewalks as people pick a cautious way through
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1931
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Jack R. Warwick
The mid-winter party in New York was great—thanks to Charlie McAllister and the fine job of organizing for which he was responsible. We had a private dining room at the Lexington—a sahwell dinner and a sahwell crowd. Quite a
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1932
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Charles H. Owsley, 2ND
With June and the honeymoon season almost on us, I am happy to make the following two announcements: on April 25 Bob Wilkin's wedding to Miss Barbara Cates takes place in New York; and recently I received a notice from Milt
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News From the Associations and Glasses
Class of 1933
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John S. Monagan
Letters from 1933 men continue to be mushed through to gelid Waterbury in delightfully surprising numbers. Curled up before a frozen radiator, we have spent several pleasant evenings mulling over these missives while the eternal
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Article
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Dartmouth in the New Deal
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H. Philip Patey '98
An Interview with Joe Carney '98
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Article
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From A 1908 Mem Book
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Larry Griswold '08
THE ACCOMPANYING PICTURE was taken in the Vale of Tempe in the winter (note snowshoes) of 1907. George Elliott (Red) Shipley, the Hanover athletic records of the day will show, was one of Dartmouth's best quarter milers. His
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago
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Hap Hinman '10
IN BEST HOME game of the year the basketball team defeated Wesleyan, 25-7; King Brady playing If, Cap Hedges rf,, Jack Dingle c, Phil Avery and Jack Ryan rg, Johnny Mullen lg . . . . Alumni team comprised of Grebenstein,
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Only Twenty Years Ago
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Charlie Griffith ' 15
Birth of Lambs & The Arts
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Dartmouth in the New Deal
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Clyde C. Hall '26.
An Interview With William N. Rogers '15
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Not So Long Ago .... The Old Familiar Faces
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Bill Mccarter 'l9.
ROBBIE CAME UP from Springfield once or twice a year to buy old clothes of those who weren't wearing them at the moment. He is pictured above, standing by the Chapel, a favorite and rewarding location. The white sweater might
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PIERCE & PLUMMER
PIERCE & PLUMMER
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Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
Schools Preparing for Dartmouth
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Alumni Publications
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The March number of Travel has an article "Historic Treaty Ports of the China Coast" by Henry K. Norton '05.
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article
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76
Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
ROAM THOUGH I MAY
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E. B. Watson.
A Comedy in Three Acts. By John William Rogers '16. Walter H. Baker Co., Boston. Presented by The Little Theatre of Dallas, Dec. 12, 1932.
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article
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76
Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
LET'S GET RICH
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Wm. B. Pressey.
an American Comedy. By Mark Reed '13. New York: Samuel French. 1933.
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76
Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
"GOOD EYES FOR LIFE."
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E. H. Carleton, M.D.
By Olive Grace Henderson and Hugh G. Rowell '15, M.D., D. Appleton Century Co.
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Faculty Publications
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The issue of School and Society for February 24 contains an article "In the Liberal Arts College—the Reference Librarian, a Professor?" by Paul Allen '26, Reference Librarian.
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SWEDISH TRAVEL INFORMATION BUREAU
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4719181_19340401_000152.xml
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The Clark School HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
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4719181_19340401_000153.xml
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Hotel Lafayette
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4719181_19340401_000154.xml
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STEPHEN DAYE DRESS
STEPHEN DAYE DRESS
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4719181_19340401_000155.xml
article
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Article
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Warning of Imposter
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From E. D. Burbank '91 of Sierra Madre, California, comes word of the attempt made there recently by an imposter to victimize him. The man claimed to be a Dartmouth non-graduate, having spent the year 1925 in Hanover. He said
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TO LIVE TO L E A R N
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article
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Article
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
When the first Undergraduate Issue of the MAGAZINE was published a few years ago, the project was put forward by the editors as a method of achieving several desirable ends. First, it would acquaint alumni with samples of the
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
IN MEMORIAM
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S. C. H.
Forever boys! By tragedy kept young!Nor weak nor suffering, with none to weep,They left their books and games in quietsleep
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
CONGRATULATIONS:
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S. C. H.
To Dick Lattimore '26, Rhodes Scholar at Oxford 1929-32, on receiving a fellowship for the next two years to the American Academy in Rome.
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