April 1906

Article

THE AMOS TUCK SCHOOL

Article

THE FOOTBALL RULES OF THE NEXT SEASON

Article

AT a meeting of the Faculty early in the year the following vote

189190
Article

THE AMOS TUCK SCHOOL

IN September, 1899, Mr. Edward Tuck, of the class of 1862, made a gift to Dartmouth College of the sum of three hundred thousand dollars. This gift, the Amos Tuck Endowment Fund, was to constitute a memorial to his father,

185186
Article

THE FOOTBALL RULES OF THE NEXT SEASON

THE proposition which was presented this year to the American Intercollegiate Football Rules Committee was in its statement a very simple one, namely, "The game should be made more open, mass play should be abolished,

C2C3
Article

AT a meeting of the Faculty early in the year the following vote

AT a meeting of the Faculty early in the year the following vote was adopted: “That with a view to the attainment of a more systematic and intelligent arrangement of courses, the encouragement of discussion of questions of

203204
Article

FIRST TRICOLLEGIATE LEAGUE DEBATE

RESULTS OF DEBATES

199200
Article

THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE GENERAL CATALOGUE, AND SOME OF ITS FACTS

IN place of the Triennial Catalogue issued regularly from the early history of the College to 1873, the College now publishes a General Catalogue once in ten years; the first issue appeared in 1880; this catalogue was

221222
Class Notes

CLASS OF 1887

At the request of The BI-MONTHLY, Mr. Fred A. Howland has given the following written account of Mr. Buckley's life and work:

223224
Class Notes

CLASS OF 1894

An unusually large number of men of '94 are located within easy reach of Boston, and have taken advantage of the fact to inaugurate a series of very informal and therefore most enjoyable gatherings for the renewal of old

211212
Class Notes

LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION FOUNDED IN 1864

217218
Class Notes

CLASS OF 1878

Andrew W. Edson is to give a course of lectures at the Yale University Summer School the second week in July, and a course at the Allegheny County Institute at Pittsburg, Pa., the last week in August. He is now giving a course

213214
Class Notes

CLASS SECRETARIES

'45 James W. Rollins, Esq., 27 School St., Boston, Mass.

February1906 June1906