October 1906

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ARE THE COLLEGES OF TODAY SUFFICIENTLY HONORING THE CLAIMS OF SCHOLARSHIP?

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FOOTBALL

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THE College opened for its one hundred and thirty-seventh year,

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ARE THE COLLEGES OF TODAY SUFFICIENTLY HONORING THE CLAIMS OF SCHOLARSHIP?

President Tucker's Address at the Opening of College

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FOOTBALL

With less experienced material than in previous years, and with considerable apprehension as to whether the new rules would materially affect Dartmouth's characteristic style of play, Dartmouth began the season September 29

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THE College opened for its one hundred and thirty-seventh year,

THE College opened for its one hundred and thirty-seventh year, Thursday morning, September twentieth. The enrollment of students cannot be given exactly as it will appear in the catalogue, for some men who have satisfied

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DARTMOUTH NIGHT DARTMOUTH NIGHT

THE twelfth annual Dartmouth Night was kept in College Hall Saturday evening, September 29. The President of the College presided, and the speakers were: Judge Charles M. Hough '79, president of the alumni association and

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THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

IT has often been remarked that Dartmouth is a “poor man's college” and that an unusually large number of men are working their way through college. This idea was based upon personal observation alone, since no attempt had

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COLLEGE NOTES

The annual football "rush" between the Sophomores and the Freshmen took place on the campus the first evening of the academic year It was a characteristic mixup in which the Freshmen secured the ball and consequently won.

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CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

The Dartmouth Christian Association takes up the work of the present College year under conditions which are perhaps the most encouraging of, any in its history. Through a special fund it is possible, during a period of three

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY FIELD DAY

The New Hampshire Historical society held its annual field day at Dartmouth College, October 9. The opening session was held in the auditorium of Dartmouth Hall in the afternoon. After a brief address of welcome by

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ATHLETIC MEET

In one of the most hotly contested athletic meets seen in Hanover in recent years, the Freshmen won from the Juniors, October 10, by the margin of one point. The score was: Freshmen 40, Juniors 39, Sophomores 31, Seniors 7.

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CLASS OF 1863

Doctor John C. Webster, Secretary of the class of 1864, prepared the following and read it before the Therapeutic Club of Chicago:

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