June 1906

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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FIFTY YEARS AGO

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BASEBALL

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CONFERENCE OF MODERN LANGUAGE TEACHERS OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FIFTY YEARS AGO

THE writer graduated from Dartmouth College with a profound sense of its worth and of its service to himself, which years have only deepened and strengthened. At the suggestion of the editor he ventures to offer this

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BASEBALL

The College baseball season, although not rich in victories, was nevertheless creditable. Dartmouth won fifteen games, tied one, and lost fourteen. Handicapped by the late spring, which afforded little opportunity for

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CONFERENCE OF MODERN LANGUAGE TEACHERS OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS

A CONFERENCE for the Teachers of Modern Languages in New England was held on May 3,4, and5 in Dartmouth Hall, under the auspices of the French and German Departments of Dartmouth College, with an attendance of about

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TRAINING FOR AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP BY THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF PORTO RICO

WHEN the American troops landed at Guanica on July 25, 1898, it may safely be said that nearly the entire mass of Porto Ricalls welcomed them with open arms, as symbolizing the incoming of free institutions and a republican

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THE weeks of spring have swiftly passed and the Commencement

THE weeks of spring have swiftly passed and the Commencement season is close at hand. The undergraduates have gone, glad to get away, for they are to return. The Seniors, hard upon the event for which they have longed

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TRACK ATHLETICS

The recent track season was one of the most successful in Dartmouth's athletic history. Yale's relay victory over Dartmouth in New York January 26, and Dartmouth's victory over Pennsylvania in Boston, February 10, have

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CLASS OF 1880

The following members of the Class of '80 were present to celebrate the 25th anniversary of graduation:

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GIFTS TO THE LIBRARY

Mrs. E. Hayes Trowbridge of New Haven has presented to the College Library the superb work, "Japan, described and illustrated by the Japanese. Written by eminent Japanese authorities and scholars, edited by Captain F.

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION FOUNDED IN 1864

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JUNIOR WEEK

The seventh annual Junior Week, May 16, 17, and 18, was a brilliant success. Pleasant weather, an elaborate program, and the presence of scores of visitors conspired to make the week one of the most enjoyable on record.

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