Issue: 19351201

Sunday, December 1, 1935
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AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT!
AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT!
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Rogers Peet Company
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW HAMPSHIRE
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CUNARD WHITE STAR SUNSHINE CURISES REACH EVERY PLEASURE PORT ON THE MAP
CUNARD WHITE STAR SUNSHINE CURISES REACH EVERY PLEASURE PORT ON THE MAP
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FLORIDA
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Wasn't It ... Well ... Swell?
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The Editor
NO DARTMOUTH CONVERSATION could begin without some reference to the Yale game: "Wasn't it great?" or "Wasn't it swell?" or "Wasn't it wonderful?" During the days immediately following the game this query became as common
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The Changing Season
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The Editor
EVEN THOUGH THE fall season has been unusually mild in Hanover it is still a fact that November is November. For undergraduates the peak of the football season passes with the great weekend exoduses (or exodi) to Boston
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
A Student Conference in His Sanborn House Study
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FRANCIS LANE CHILDS '06, professor of English, wrote the dedication hymn sung by the congregation at the dedicatory exercises of the new White Church, November 10. He is one of the ranking members of the faculty, for his first
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Current Investigations
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The Editor
It is rumored that members of the President's Social Survey Committee are encouraging Professor Larmon to make a definite steamship reservation for about February 1 in order to make sure that his projected leave of absence
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Such Is Life!
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The Editor
THE YALE BOWL JINX flourished as the seasons came and went Some alumni of the most loyal variety spoke with regret of the "terrible trip" to New Haven. .... "Never again" said they "until we win a game." .... Now their greatest
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Dartmouth on the Air
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The Editor
COMPLAINTS HAVE BEEN made, with considerable justification, by alumni who would like to see the College represented at least occasionally on radio programs. It is pointed out that the name of the College is seldom heard in this
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The White Church
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The Editor
ILLUSTRATING THE COVER this month is a view of the entrance portico of the newly completed White Church. The photograph, made by Ralph W. Brown, shows the section of the Church which borders on North College Street just across
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Congratulations
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To ANDREW W. EDSON '25 on his promotion to the post of Consul at Mukden, Manchuria.
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To Natt Emerson
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The Editor
This tribute, written to Natt Emersonas he lay critically ill in Dick's House, westill wish to address to him after death.
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HANOVER BROWSING
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Herbert F. West '22
CONTRIBUTORS HAVE RESPONDED nobly this month, and I am happy to present a list of books recently read by alumni, which presumably represents an accurate cross section of the variety of books alumni are reading.
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Suggestions
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CHRISTMAS is the holiday season so I asked Professor Kenneth Allan Robinson, who is an expert on good food and wines, to give me a list of the books best suited to Americans on the subjects. Mr. Robinson's list follows: The
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Trivialities from Dartmouth's History
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Prof. Leon B. Richardson '00
I. Eleazar's "Robe, Casok and Half"
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Praise for Frescoes
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DARTMOUTH BURIES YALE JINX
DARTMOUTH BURIES YALE JINX
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AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
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Bill Cunningham '19
WHAT DOES the victory mean?" is the gist of the subject assigned your correspondent by the Editor of this eminent compendium. Don't ask what victory. Not in order of rank, victories of major interest to Dartmouth alumni
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The War Cry Was—"This Is The Year!"
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Phil Sherman '28
WHEN THE GAME was all over, I said to myself that I shouldn't feel like this my experience in the Gloomy Bowl has been limited to the games from 1924 onthere must be Dartmouth men who remember that very first game back in 1884
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Natt Emerson Dies
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Natt W. Emerson '00, secretary of his class for 35 years, business manager of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, and president of Dartmouth-at-Moosilauke, died at Dick's House on November 20, following an emergency operation performed two
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Council Meeting
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The annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council was held at the Hotel New Weston, New York City, on November 22, with Carl F. Woods '04, of Winchester, Mass., presiding. President Hopkins spoke at the afternoon session
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Committee Will Study Health Program
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President Hopkins announced on November 6 the appointment of a special committee of twelve members to consider the matter of health insurance at Dartmouth College and the establishment of a system to make the service of Dick's
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Aegis Policy
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The editors of the Aegis have announced a new policy of publishing two editions for 1936, one at $8.50 to be a specially bound, numbered edition with special features and the name of the owner on the cover, and the other at
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Church Dedicated
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The Church of Christ at Dartmouth College dedicated its new home on North College Street on Sunday morning, November 10, holding a service in its own building for the first time since fire destroyed the famous. White Church in
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Phi Beta Kappa
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Twenty-three members of the senior class, all having an average of at least 3.4 for their first six semesters, were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa on October 38. The men honored with membership in the national scholastic
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth Night
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Dartmouth Night this year has tentatively been set for late January or early February and will probably take the form of a rededication of Dartmouth Hall, which is scheduled to be ready for use at the start of the second
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Moore Lectures
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The annual Guernsey Center Moore Foundation lectures at Dartmouth will be delivered this year by Douglas Southall Freeman, editor of The Richmond NewsLeader and winner of the 1935 Pulitzer prize in biography, on December 3,4 and 5.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Library Report
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The addition of 15,643 volumes during the past academic year has brought the total number of volumes in Baker Library to 402,279, it was announced by Prof. Frank M. Anderson, chairman of the Faculty Committee on the Library, at
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Trustees Meet
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The annual fall meeting of the Board of Trustees of the College was held in Parkhurst Hall on October 24, with financial matters, including the Treasurer's Report and the 193536 budget, comprising the major items of business.
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New York Ski Club
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The Dartmouth Ski Club of New York was brought into being on the evening of November 6 when a dozen ski enthusiasts met informally at the Dartmouth Club in New York City and drew up plans for the new organization. Marvin
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
Visitor of the Month
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FRITZ KREISLER, world-famous violinist,returned to Hanover on November 12after fifteen years and opened the 1935-36Dartmouth College Concert Series beforea capacity audience that overflowed on tothe stage of Webster Hall. The great violinist was
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Convention Candidate
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Reversing his stand on participation in national politics, at the request of various friends anxious to increase the Liberal element at the Republican National Convention, President Hopkins early in November announced his
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NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
New Bulletin Series
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Under the direction of the Dartmouth College Publications Committee, a marked revision of the various official publications of the College has been put into effect, and two numbers of the new series of the Dartmouth College Bulletin
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
Dartmouth—14, Yale—6.
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
This is a simple little combination of letters and numbers, and yet it has proven a potent formula indeed for the morale of the Dartmouth undergraduate body, not to mention the Hanover community at large.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
"HEAR DEM BELLS"
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
At Hanover itself, during the hours following the historic game some 500 undergraduates whom the New Haven "peerade" had left behind staged a great victory celebration which filled even their absent fellows with admiration
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
EIGHT STRAIGHT
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
There was an inevitable let-down in the stands as well as on the field while the Indian juggernaut was swamping a game William and Mary team the following Saturday. But the Fall Houseparty crowd which filled the stands to watch
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
WORLD GENIUS AT HANOVER
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
It's a far cry from football to Kreisler, but Hanover forgot football and everything else when the great artist appeared on November is to open the 1955-36 Concert Series. Webster Hall was filled to capacityin fact, beyond
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
FIRESIDE BULL-SESSIONS
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
The last-named organization, successor to the old Dartmouth Christian Association, has recently embarked upon an interesting program as a result of its experiments and questionnaires of last year. Student-faculty discussion
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
"VOX CLAMANTIS"
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
What about The Dartmouth? Editorially, The Dartmouth continues to view the world through deep-pink (but not rosecolored) spectacles and continues to expound the affairs of gods and men with naive abandon, though it has been
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
CAMPUS BRIEFS
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W. J. Minsch Jr. '36
Arthur L. Funk '36, of Brooklyn, N. Y., undergraduate artist, in a recent Junto symposium on the Orozco frescoes, came forward with a fairly plausible theory that the frescoes are ugly because they present a diseased view of
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Sports
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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C. E. W. '30
ALTHOUGH THE SEASON is only four-fifths over at this writing, you can definitely put down 1935 as one of the immortal years in Dartmouth's gridiron history. Alumni who have worked up a fine frenzy over the deceased and unmourned
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
PRAISE FOR ALL
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C. E. W. '30
The Inn corner (before the snowfall of November 17), Allen's Drugstore, the Nugget lobby, and other popular congregating spots reverberate these days with talk of the feats of Captain Jack Kenny and his jinx-slayers. Every
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Princeton 26, Dartmouth 6
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The Big Green's winning streak ended ateight straight on November 23, whenPrinceton's undefeated eleven triumphed,26 to 6, before 56,000 persons who satthrough a blinding snowstorm to watch thebattle for football supremacy of the East.The Indians
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WINTER SCHEDULES
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(Approved to Date) BASKETBALL Dec. 11 Middlebury. 14 St. Anselms. 18 Harvard. 19 Vermont at Burlington. 20 N. Y. U. at New York. 21 C. C. N. Y. at New York. HOCKEY Dec. 14 Quebec Olympics. 17 Millville
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
BLUE LINE HOLDS TWICE
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C. E. W. '30
Herb Christiansen, who had replaced John Handrahan in the Green line-up, broke away for 15 yards on the second play of the final quarter, and Dartmouth had first down on the 12-yard line. Four rushes failed to gain another first
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DARTMOUTH 14, HARVARD 6
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C. E. W. '30
The Harvard contest at Cambridge on the preceding Saturday scarcely gave indication that this was the year. The Indians dearly displayed their superiority over the Crimson but were unable to convert their superiority into
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FOLLOWING THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
INTERCEPTION STARTS DRIVE
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C. E. W. '30
The Indians soon gained another scoring ing opportunity when John Handrahan intercepted a Crimson pass and dashed to the 40-yard line just as the period ended. Straight running plays carried to the 6-yard mark, but the Harvard
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Six Good Reasons for Dartmouth's Gridiron Success
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Joe Handrahan Left Guard
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COMPLETE 13 OF 23 PASSES
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C. E. W. '30
The first team threw a total of 23 passes, and completed 13 of these for a gain of 267 yards. From the start the Indians were out to "shoot the works" and answer the question whether their attack, hitherto based largely on
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Freshman Captain
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Gordon Clark, brother of Bill Clark '35, who led the Little Green eleven through, an undefeated season.
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The Little Green
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C. E. W. '30
Giving the varsity eleven something to shoot at, Sid Hazelton's freshman football team ended its season undefeated and untied by defeating the Harvard freshmen, 13 to 7, on November 2. Previous victories had been chalked up by
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Soccer
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C. E. W. '30
Tommy Dent's spirited soccer team closed its season on November 15 with a 5-2 victory over Syracuse, a New England Intercollegiate League record of three victories, one tie, and two defeats, and a fullseason record of four
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Cross-Country
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C. E. W. '30
Dartmouth's varsity cross-country team had a disappointing season this year, losing to Vermont and Middlebury in dual meets, finishing third in the annual Harvard-Dartmouth-New Hampshire meet, and taking fourth in the Harvard
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Crew
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C. E. W. '30
The first crew race held on the Connecticut since 1877 took place on October 30 when the "Greens" outrowed the "Whites" by five lengths in a special race before several hundred spectators lining the shores and the new Ledyard
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WITH THE OUTING CLUBS
WITH THE OUTING CLUBS
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H.T.A.Richmond '38.
MEMBERS OF Cabin and Trail, the service body of the Dartmouth Outing Club, have started the fall season with customary spirit. Two new departments, the Skating Team and Fish and Game, have been organized in addition to Trips,
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WITH THE OUTING CLUBS
WORK STARTS BEFORE COLLEGE
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H.T.A.Richmond '38.
Outing Club work in Hanover began before College officially opened. Cabin and Trailers were on hand before the freshmen arrived in town, in order to start the membership drive, which was directed by Von Oehmig '36, of
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WITH THE OUTING CLUBS
FISH AND GAME NEW ATTRACTION
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H.T.A.Richmond '38.
The latest attraction of the Outing Club is the Fish and Game Department. This is under the guidance of Tommy Dent, varsity soccer coach, and Rip Streater '38, of Winona, Minn. Mr. Dent is known as one of the foremost
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Forgotten Dartmouth Men
Forgotten Dartmouth Men
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Josephine C.Chandler
THE RECENT monumenting of Lincoln's fame through the rebuilding of the village of New Salem, in Illinois, enshrines as well, the memory of the services of Dr. John Allen whose name has long been written into Lincolniana as the
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Obituary
Deaths
Death
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ALUMNI NOTES Necrology
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Yale Game (As Played in San Francisco)
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Basil L. Winslow '20
WE FELT the shock away out here, 3000 miles from the Yale Bowl. Fifty Dartmouth men and friends jammed the banquet room at Solari's in San Francisco. The Western union telegrapher started the reports with (Ray), and almost
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Dartmouth Club of Georgia
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Phelps F. Mckenney '28
THE FALL SEASON opened on Oct. 19th at the home of Frank J. O'Gara '23. Frank was elected president of the club; Alva S. Wilson '25, vice-president and Phelps F. McKenney '28 was elected sec. and treas. The club voted
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Newark
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Donald A. Simpson '32.
AT THE MEETING October 17 the Newark Luncheon Group had the pleasure of hearing Bill Morton '32 in an informal talk. Bill gave us a fine résumé of the recent trends in eastern football at the institutions of Dartmouth's type.
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
St. Louis
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Thomas B. Curtis '32
THE ACTIVITIES of the St. Louis group began officially with the October smoker held at Max Waldsmith's. The attendance was the usual one except for two new faces, John Irish and Milton Spitz of the Class of 1935- Spitz is going
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CONNECTICUT BOWL BLASTS
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John F. Conners '14
A WHACK ACROSS the back of the neck, all teeth jarring—just Frankie Smith giving vent. Johnnie Johnson whooping until voiceless. Phil Pelletier '15 all tension during the dark moments. Curt Sheldon '09 ear-to-ear grins—and Ned
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
New Jersey
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John T.Coggins '11
THE MEMBERS ARE so engrossed in their preparations for the joint dance with the Princeton Club on Nov. 23rd and the Bull-shoot Thanksgiving that there is only progress to report. Dilkes and O'Brien on the freshman team gave much
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Burlington, Vermont
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Willsie E. Beisbin '29
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Burlington, which has been reorganized during the past two years, held a meeting and clam bake at the palatial camp of William S. Appleyard '13, Friday, September 20, with Mr. Appleyard as host of the Club.
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Baltimore
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Harold R. Hastings '00
AT ITS FIRST fall meeting, on October 9, the Club got off to a good start with twenty men present, including three new members: McNeal '35, Lathrop '28, and Kidder '10 who is teaching at McDonogh School. After a very good dinner
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News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Westchester County
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Frankin Montross Jr. '24
A DARTMOUTH SMOKER was held at the Gedney Farms Country Club, White Plains, New York, on November first, the night before the Yale game. There were some 102 alumni present. Hub Harwood had charge of the movie that was sent
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
New York City
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G.M.Hubbard Jr. '32
WITH THE SUCCESS this year of the Dartmouth football team, unusual interest has been shown at the Club's football affairs. Several hundred alumni have attended the broadcasts of the various games. Much credit for the success of
4719181_19351201_000073.xml
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33,34
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Boston Club
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F. William Andres '29
THE FALL PROGRAM of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston, well under way at this writing, is being carried out with increasing participation.
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34
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Thayer School News
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Several alumni have visited the school since my last letter, and at the time this is written we are looking forward to a considerable visitation at the time of the Cornell game here next week. At that time the overseers will
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34
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1876
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Dr.Henry H.Piper
Mrs. Francis G. Gale and her son still have their home on the spacious farm at Waterville, P. Q., Canada. It is their purpose to be in Hanover next June for the "60 th."
4719181_19351201_000076.xml
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34,35
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
A card of inquiry, addressed in mid-October to twenty-four classmates, asked for news of health, family, how one occupies his time, whether he reads the ALUMNI MAGAZINE (hoping he does), what he knows of other fellows, and what
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35
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1879
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Rev.Clifford H.Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Norton of Pasadena, Calif., spent August and September in the East as the guests of their son, Henry Kittredge Norton '05, of New York. For two weeks in August they were with relatives at Lake George, N.
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35
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1881
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Rev. Myron W.Adams
Now that the mystery which has shrouded the life of C. S. Wells has been solved—see Necrology in this issue—it is possible for the Secretary to comment on class longevity.
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35
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1882
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Herbert L.Luques
Your secretary has made good progress towards recovery from angina.
4719181_19351201_000080.xml
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35,36
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1885
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Edwin A.Bayley
The following is a brief and somewhat belated report of the celebration of the "Golden" anniversary of our graduationJune 14 to 17 last.
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36,37
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1886
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Henry W. Thurston
Billy Newton called October 19 on his way to Florida, where he and Mrs. Newton will spend the winter. Their address is El Cortez Apartment, Winter Park, Fla. Billy is secretary of a club of college and university men, and is
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37
Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
Mrs. C. L. Carpenter is residing at 18 Varick Road, Waban, Mass Rev. A.H. Ross, previously reported as living in W. Lynn, Mass., is at present in Germany.
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1888
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Eleazar Cate
Clark, John Lew—Retirement by John Lew seems to have set free his old-time powers for writing the friendly and chatty letter. Wish you could all read his last. Wit, imagination, and philosophy of the active and matured mind are
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1889
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Dr.David N.Blakely
Mr. and Mrs. John Barrett, after driving from their winter home in Florida to Vermont in the late spring, went to Europe for the summer. Among the countries visited are England, Russia, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland. An
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1890
[no value]
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Charles A.Hardy
The following interesting item was recently taken from the local paper of Lyndon, Vt.:
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1892
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Arthur M.Strong
The class letter in September brought a number of responses, and I am glad to pass on the news contained therein.
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1893
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Harlan C.Pearson
The state of Vermont, which contributed 23 of its native sons to the 104 total membership of the class of 1893, comes across this month with the material for the two principal news items for our space in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C.Merrill
At the annual round-up which Matt Jones and his wife have with the class, and which took place this year on Friday evening, October 25, the following twenty- three men were present:—
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1895
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Roland E. Stevens, Esq.
In the last issue of the MAGAZINE the Secretary made rather a heedless error which he hastens to correct with apologies. He stated that Mrs. Laura Lord Scales is the widow of Burton True Scales. Recalling my visit at Burton's
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1897
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Ernest M.Butterfield
Charles Alden Tracy, for more than a generation principal of Kimball Union Academy, has now claimed for himself a year of rest and recreation. He has bought a house in Amherst, N. H., a town which surpasses all others in restful
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1898
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H.Philip Patey
Captain John Gilman has been assigned to a $5,000,000 building project at West Point, the seat of the United States Military Academy. The construction work includes the erection of some monumental buildings. Ninety-eight
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1899
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Owen A.Hoban
Summer vacation news continues to come in, brightening the workaday hours of the fall. Joe and Elsie Hobbs made their chief diversion a trip to the Gaspe Peninsula. Herb Rogers' daughter Virginia left her secretarial work at
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The class dinner before the Harvard game took its usual form of real interest and of a fine get-together. The feature of the dinner was Harry Sampson's discussion of the moving picture situation from, the standpoint of a large
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1901
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Everett M.Stevens
The class will be deeply grieved over the death of one of its most beloved wives, Ethel Remsen, who passed away at her home in Hudson Falls, as the result of an infection of the ear, on the 15th of October. The love and
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1902
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Hermon W.Farwell
Probably you haven't realized it, but this is the place for me to give you, perhaps a bit early, the greeting of the season, "A Merry Christmas to you." And no matter how hard-boiled you may have become, it does give your
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1903
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Dr.Edward K.Burbeck
On October 25 fifteen men gathered at the Boston City Club to enjoy what proved to be one of the best round-ups we have had in a long time. These fifteen men quickly dropped the weight of years and were once more the boys of
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1904
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David S.Austin, II
Edgerly - Favour - Bullock - Charron - Cronin - Andrews - Brennan - Doonan - Maynard—Moul ton—Manguerian—Wind- Ham —Maguire—Hobbs—Marshall—Sewall - Mower Robinson Sexton Woods Slayton—Austin—Streeter—Johnson—twen-
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1905
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Robert H.Harding
Since Rufus Day moved his office into the pyramid of the Rockefellers, it has been hard to hold him down, and his latest honor is his appointment to the vice-presidency of the New York State School Boards Association the annual
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1906
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Francis L.Childs
The annual 1906 dinner was held this year at the University Club in Boston on the eve of the Harvard game, October 25. Those in attendance were Lymie Frazier, Tom Connell, Norman Russell, Harvey Whittemore, Nat Leverone, Ralph
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1907
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Henry R.Lane
This is the most satisfying period of the year for the class secretary. The annual appeal for class dues is not as productive in terms of money as it might be, but the crop of reports of classmates is relatively bountiful.
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1908
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L. W. Griswold
Being supplied with a guest editor, "Smoothie" Clark, this month, the contributions to the regular 1908 note space will be limited. The magazine management feels it can give only so much space to old dodders like ourselves. You
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1909
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Robert J. Holmes
We had a class dinner as usual at the University Club the night before the Harvard-Dartmouth game. There were present Sam Bell, Curt Sheldon, Norm Catharin, Sandy Hooker, Phil Chase, Dick Lord, Cad Cummings, Harry Floyd, Al
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1910
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Harold P.Hinman
Writing this in a fog ... . Yale victory not yet digested .... 1910 congratulates Earl Blaik, Harry Ellinger, Andy Gustafson, and Dr. Joe Donchess and all of the others contributing to the victory, and to our own Larry Bankart
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1911
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Prof.Nathaniel G.Burleigh
The big 1911 party of the month was the dinner on the Friday night preceding the Harvard game. Thirty-four lgners were present. The list follows: Cupe Adams, Ayer, Ballou, Doc Bond, Butts, Briggs, Burleigh, Bush, Josh Clark,
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1912
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Alvaro M.Garcia
This issue comes just in time to be able record some neat gatherings of 1912. In Boston on Friday night before the Harvard game there was a round-up at the University Club which was attended by Hal Fuler, Ray Cabot, Lyme
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1913
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Buck Freeman wrote recently just too late to make the last issue: "Since I lastwrote to you I have 'been places and seenthings,' having journeyed 7600 miles as faras the Golden Gate and Agua Caliente andhome again. Believe me! The railroads
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1914
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Edward leech
The most important item in the Chicago Daily News of October 26, 1935, is an excellent likeness of our good classmate, James Parker Margeson, who we learn has been made assistant general manager and merchandise manager of
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1915
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Charles R.Taplin
Just "Who Is Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf," say Dan Waugh, Turk Turner, Eddie Rice, Dale Barker, Kike Richardson, Jack Mason. Walt Meader, Joe Harris, and a considerable contingent from New York and way stations attending the Yale
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1916
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John A.Pelletier
The Boston party held on the eve of the Harvard game smacked of the days "when." Thirty members of the tribe checked in for the occasion, and it was great to see some that have not been around in many years—Luke Ollis, Rog
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1917
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Dr.Charles M.Gilmore
This month we are able to confirm earlier rumors, having received the announcement of George Currier's marriage to Mrs. Helen Lane Rolland of Keene, N. H. They were married at Hanover on June 28, 1935.
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1918
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Allan C. Gottschaldt
Gene Peppard, good-natured citizen of Winchester, Mass., postcards briefly: "Stillholding the children ratio at 3:2; still depressed, still alive." .... Tom Proctor is a wee bit more communicative. Seems he's still an engineer for the
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1919
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James C.Davis
It is reported that at the Yale game Louis Munro sat through the last two periods before the final touchdown, listening to a young lady behind him bemoan the fact that Dartmouth was not beating Yale by a larger score. She
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1920
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Frank B.Morey
The absolute necessity for going to New Haven every fall passed on November 2. I made up my mind to be there when the inevitable happened, and what a thrill I got when it did! Between the halves I saw Sal Andretta, up from
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1921
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Herrick Brown
Well, THIS WAS THE YEAR! ! ! We developed at least a dozen new grey hairs worrying during most of the second half that Yale would somehow wipe out that meager 7-6 lead and give the old jinx an extra year of life, but it was
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Cecil Goldbeck last year started his own office as a literary agent. This year he was the first one to pay his class dues, and he caused Marshall to go into a swoon by paying his dues three years in advance. It must be nice
4719181_19351201_000116.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1923
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John C. Allen
I remember going down to New Haven 51 years ago to see the Yale-Dartmouth game. It was an afternoon somewhat like November 2, 1935, and it was the first game between those two colleges. Perhaps some of my contemporaries will
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1924
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C. Jerry Spaulding
Including class agents and ex-letter men in preferred locations, makes checking of those attending football games as difficult as attempting to count the number of porkers not raised under alphabetical regulation. Tup Tupper
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1925
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F.N.Blodgett
As promised in the previous issue, we have finally interviewed Sleigh and White regarding their recent trip to Der Vaterland, which was about as we expected: We quote:
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1926
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J. Branton Wallace
HEAR YE!
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
The annual Dartmouth-Harvard game dinner was held as usual at the University Club in Boston on Friday evening, October 25. Although there was not a very large number present, it was nevertheless, a very jolly party. Those
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1928
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Leroy C. Milliken
I suppose it would be a good idea to leave the subject of sports to the sporting section of this here magazine, but a word about football can't be resisted. The newspapers and many of the people who read them have just
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1929
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F.William Andres
Sunday breakfast in the Coffee Shop was delicious even if there was no cinnamon toast to be had ('the boys don't ask for itanymore," they said). The week-end of October 12 found Hanover at its autumnal best, and the town was
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1930
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Albert I. Dickerson
By the time this issue reaches you the Princeton and Columbia games will be over and Dartmouth will have completed what is already at this writing a highly pleasing football season. Thanksgiving will be over and all of you but
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1931
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Jack R.Warwick
ODE TO A THIRTY-ONER Christmas Cheer! Turkey and Beer! Don't forget—the Fifth is near! This may be wet—but don't forget The Fifth is very near!
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1932
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Charles W.Owsley,II
Marriages to be chronicled this month are:
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1933
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John S.Monagan
The law has not been with US too much late and soon. We have been attending to important matters. We refer, of course, to the concentration of our attention upon two rather vital athletic contests, the recent debates at
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1934
[no value]
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Martin J.Dwyer, Jr.
As I write this the boys up in the Lords Country are peeling off their D sweaters, frantically fumbling about for shirt studs, and pushing the treatises out of harm's way on many a Hanover desk. The Class of 39 is brightening up
4719181_19351201_000128.xml
article
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
Class of 1935
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William W. Fotzhugh, Jr.
Frank Wright has been in and out of Chicago all summer between personally conducting trips through California parks. Frank is at Harvard Business School.
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Class Notes
News From the Alumni Clubs and Classes
All in the Day's Work
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Claude T.Huck
Having been away from Chicago all summer I have not seen many of the Chicago crowd around. Nothing startling occurred until September 22nd when Art (Red-Head) Bamford, late of Northwestern fame, returned from a three months'
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article
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Article
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Regular Alumni Club and Association Meetings
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[no value]
Only groups holding regular monthly and weekly meetings are listed. Name of secretary given in each case.
4719181_19351201_000131.xml
article
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Article
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"Hill 7": A Memorial to George Shipley '08
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John A. Clark '08
THE "AEGIS" of 1908's Senior Year contains the following record:
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article
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Article
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About Twenty-Five Years Ago
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Warde Wilkins '13
SNOW HAD COME to Hanover and before December ist arrived "the first sleighing party occurred. A young man drove up to the Inn in a single sleigh and after taking a young lady, drove off down East Wheelock Street."
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article
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Article
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Not So Long Ago
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R.M.Pearson '20
ONLY YESTERDAY Dartmouth tossed the jinx clean out of the Yale Bowl. A team in green jerseys, made up of boys whose names were just newspaper copy to most of us old timers, played as so many fine Dartmouth teams have played before. It
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advertisement
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Display Ads
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Parker house
Parker house
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advertisement
73
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Display Ads
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THE CLARK SCHOOL
THE CLARK SCHOOL
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advertisement
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Display Ads
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SHOP IN HANOVER
SHOP IN HANOVER
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Alumni Publications
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Robert L. Frost '96 has written the introduction to King Jasper, the posthumous poem of Edwin A. Robinson.
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A HISTORY OF LUMBERING IN MAINE, 1820-1861.
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[no value]
Allen R. Foley '20
By Richard G. Wood '22. Orono: University of Maine, 1935.
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FINDING THE NEW WORLD
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[no value]
Harry B. Preston '05
By Walter Taylor Field '83. Ginn and Cos., 1935. PP. viii, 429.
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE "DESERT RATS" MUSICAL SHORTHAND SYSTEM
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D.E. Cobleigh '23
By B. w. Robie '12. Published by the Pacific Music Press, Inc., San Francisco, California.
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE FRANTIC PHYSICIAN,OR THREE DRAMS OF MATRIMONIUM,
[no value]
[no value]
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E. B. Watson '02
adaptation in English of the Gounod musical setting for Moliere's MedecinMalgre Lui. Music arranged by Marshall Bartholomew, director of the Yale Glee Club and the libretto by Alexander Dean '16, Associate Professor of Play
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article
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
Faculty Publications
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The Personnel Journal, published by the Personnel Research Federation, New York City, contains in the issue of September an article by Professor Herman Feldman, Merit Rating and Job Insurance.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A GERMAN GRAMMAR
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R. H. Lanphear '25
By M. C. Cowden and A. Van Eerden. Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan. This is an elementary German book which for clearness and conciseness should prove attractive to teacher and student alike.
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GASOLINE
GASOLINE
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SKIS
SKIS
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Serry's
Serry's
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G. W. RAND & SON
G. W. RAND & SON
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ROGERS GARAGE, INC
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Dartmouth Travel Bureau
Dartmouth Travel Bureau
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THE WIGWAM
THE WIGWAM
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Ye Green Lantern
Ye Green Lantern
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RALPH W. BROWN
RALPH W. BROWN
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SECRETARIES
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STEPHEN DAYE PRESS
STEPHEN DAYE PRESS
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Dartmouth in Portra
Dartmouth in Portra
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4719181_19351201_000156.xml
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Article
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The Brother-Man Movement
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Dear Sir:
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