October 1905

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At the first annual meeting of the secretaries

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PROFESSOR CHARLES AUGUSTUS YOUNG

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THE PART WHICH OUR COLLEGES MUST HENCEFORTH BE EXPECTED TO TAKE IN THE TRAINING OF THE GENTLEMAN

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At the first annual meeting of the secretaries

At the first annual meeting of the secretaries of the classes and various alumni organizations, held at the College on January 21, 1905, one of the most important subjects which came up for discussion was the establishment

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PROFESSOR CHARLES AUGUSTUS YOUNG

THE return to our College community of Professor Charles Augustus Young, after occupying the chair of Astronomy for twenty-eight years in Princeton, is a fitting occasion for placing before the alumni and friends of'

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THE PART WHICH OUR COLLEGES MUST HENCEFORTH BE EXPECTED TO TAKE IN THE TRAINING OF THE GENTLEMAN

PRESIDENT TUCKER'S ADDRESS AT THE OPENING OF COLLEGE

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JAPAN AND KOREA

IN the present relations of Korea with Japan we are witnessing the work of many forces rapidly shaping the destiny of a nation. The close connection between the two countries is, owing to their proximity to each other, as

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SANITATION AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

IT has been our belief at Dartmouth that an ounce of prevention is worth many pounds of cure. The College has at hand an unsurpassed plant for the care of sickness, but it has, nevertheless, been unceasingly solicitous that

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NEW YORK ASSOCIATION AND THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

The New York alumni have two distinct organizations known respectively as the Association and the Club. The Association is believed to be the oldest non-local college organization in the city of New York, having been

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CENTRAL AND WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS ASSOCIATION

The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Central and Western Massachusetts is composed of the alumni residing in the territory indicated by the title. The body of alumni in central Massachusetts have Worcester as a center, while

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PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION

On page one of the "Book of Minutes "of the Dartmouth College Alumni Association of the Pacific Coast there is found a printed circular letter dated Nov. 30, 1881, which reads as follows:

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THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF BOSTON

The Dartmouth Club of Boston was organized on Saturday afternoon, December 6, 1890, at the old Tremont House, on the site now occupied by the Tremont Building. It was the first of similar organizations to be formed within the

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