February 1907

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SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENT LIFE IN CAMBRIDGE

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THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP TO THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS

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THE President of the College has recently returned from an extended

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SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENT LIFE IN CAMBRIDGE

AN American tourist visiting Oxford or Cambridge for a few days would probably be able, with the aid of his Baedeker, to write an article of several pages concerning the impressions which he formed of the institution visited.

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THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP TO THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS

BEFORE speaking of my recent trip among the alumni, I wish to refer to the reports which have been made at this conference. They are representative of the work which is going on in the various departments of the

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THE President of the College has recently returned from an extended

trip to the alumni associations, covering several thousand miles of travel and including meetings at most of the alumni centers. In other columns the BiMONTHLY publishes the President's summary of his trip. The secretaries

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BASKETBALL

The College basketball team has concluded a series of brilliant victories on the home floor. One after another, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts State, Tufts,

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THE THIRD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SECRETARIES

THE Secretaries of Classes and Alumni Organizations met at the Library of the Tuck School, Friday evening and Saturday morning, February 15 and 16, for the third annual meeting of the Association.

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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THE CHICAGO ASSOCIATION

The thirty-second annual reunion and banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago took place January 18, at the University Club in Chicago. There were ninety-five present as follows:

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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE

An interesting meeting was held in Dartmouth Hall Friday morning, February 22, to commemorate Washington's birthday, and in anticipation of the International Hague Conference. President Tucker presided, Doctor Waterman

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PROFESSOR SANDERSON'S ADDRESS

Professor Edward D. Sanderson of the New Hampshire Agricultural College gave an address under the auspices of the Dartmouth Scientific Association in Dartmouth Hall January 23 on "The Gypsy and Brown-Tailed Moth in New

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COLLEGE NOTES

The first smoke-talk of the academic year was given in College Hall January 19 by Mr. J. R. Chandler '98, a successful story-teller, who made a decided hit. The glee club rendered several selections,

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