December 1906

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MEMORANDUM OF THE TRUSTEES ON THE RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE UNITED STATES

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THE NEW FOOTBALL

ORIGIN AND MEANING OF THE REVISED RULES

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MEMORANDUM OF THE TRUSTEES ON THE RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE UNITED STATES

THE Trustees of the Will of the late Mr. Cecil Rhodes have issued the following Memorandum for the information of College authorities and intending Candidates for Scholarships in the United States:—

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IN other columns the BI-MONTHLY

IN other columns the BI-MONTHLY prints full information concerning the Rhodes Scholarships. Those who intend to take the examinations should inform Professor C. D. Adams, Secretary of the New Hampshire Committee, at once.

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HONEST WILL LEGGE

THE Dartmouth family has filled a larger place in history than generally is known. Modesty always has been a characteristic trait, as it is now. The line originated in Italy, where it was of patrician rank, and had a

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1866

The return of Henry C. Ide to this country has been the occasion of many utterances of highest esteem for him and the work which he has done. The St.Johnsbury Caledonian has printed an editorial review of the tasks undertaken

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FOOTBALL REPORT

HANOVER, N. H., Dec. 12, 1906.

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CLASS OF 1873

Alfred S. Hall has purchased one of the best ranches in the state of Texas and sent out his son, Francis C. Hall (D. C. 1903) to settle upon the claim and carry it on. The ranch is in Alpine, County of Brewster, and young Mr.

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CLASS OF 1879

At the time when the nomination of Charles M. Hough for United States judge for the Southern District of New York was sent to the senate, the following letter written to President Roosevelt by Attorney General Moody was given

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CLASS OF 1850

The following appreciative notice of the late Alfred Russell, one of the editorials of the Detroit Free Press, will be of interest to many who have not seen it:

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