February 1906

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THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MODERN COLLEGE*

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THE practical workings of the preceptorial system

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PRECEPTORIAL INSTRUCTION AT PRINCETON

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THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MODERN COLLEGE*

THE colleges of this country date from that small group which preceded the Revolution - Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Brown, Rutgers, and Dartmouth,— each one coming into existence

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THE practical workings of the preceptorial system

THE practical workings of the preceptorial system, introduced at Princeton University this year, are being watched with the greatest interest from many colleges. The question is asked, will the innovation give the results

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PRECEPTORIAL INSTRUCTION AT PRINCETON

THOUGH our older American colleges were modelled at their foundation on the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, they have in these latter years moved very far from the English universities in the matter of undergraduate

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THE RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS

THE first generation of American Rhodes Scholars is now complete. Before Oxford welcomes any more, the pioneers will have returned to their native land prepared to show whether or not the ideals which they are supposed to

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THE HEATING AND LIGHTING PLANT

THE Dartmouth heating plant was built in 1898. It was the result of several years of study as to the most practicable and economical way in which to solve the ever recurring heating problem of a growing institution. It is

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SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SECRETARIES.

The second annual meeting of the Secretaries of Classes and Alumni Organizations was held at Hanover, Friday evening and Saturday morning, February 16 and 17. The roll call showed the following representatives present:

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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY EXERCISES

Washington's birthday was observed February 22 with appropriate exercises in Dartmouth Hall. The program was particularly interesting to college men. Professors Fay, Vernon, and Richardson each showed the relation his

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SMOKE TALK BY PRESIDENT TUTTLE

Mr. Lucius Tuttle, president of the Boston and Maine Railroad, gave a most enjoyable. smoke talk before the student body in College Hall, Saturday evening, February 10. Mr. Tuttle made on pretense to oratory, yet his

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REUNION AND DINNER OF THE WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION.

The most successful dinner of recent years of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington was held at the Hotel Raleigh, Monday evening, February 5, 1906.

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MEETING OF THE THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS.

The second annual meeting of the Thayer Society of Engineers of Dartmouth College was held in New York at the rooms of the Dartmouth Club, 12 West 44th St., on the evening of January 16. Members began to assemble about 6.30 and

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