December 1907

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THE CHANDLER AND OTHER ENDOWMENT FUNDS FOR SPECIFIED USES*

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The north end of the College Green with its prim white church

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THE HARVARD GAME

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THE CHANDLER AND OTHER ENDOWMENT FUNDS FOR SPECIFIED USES*

The most considerable of the funds for specified uses, the Amos Tuck Endowment Fund tor Instruction, ($500,000, with the additional sum of $135,000 for a building) has been treated separately in a previous article. THE

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The north end of the College Green with its prim white church

The north end of the College Green with its prim white church chaperoning three prim white dwellings and a still primmer and whiter vestry, while picturesque, was not in times past altogether impressive. The "old Dartmouth"

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THE HARVARD GAME

Saturday, November sixteenth, was a memorable day for Dartmouth, for then it was that Dartmouth's football forces, organized and equipped by Coaches O'Connor and Gilman and by Professor Bowler, and led by Captain Glaze,

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COLLEGE NOTES

Prof. J. K. Lord represented Darmouth at the fifty-first annual meeting of college presidents, held in Cambridge early in December.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND PRIZES

Date of founding

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FRATERNITY ELECTIONS

As the result of the annual "chinning" season, December 5, about one hundred sixty Freshmen and a few upperclassmen were elected to Greek letter fraternities. The fraternity delegations are, composed as follows, all being

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CLASS OP 1874

Charles F. Caswell, associate justice of the supreme court of Colorado, died of paralysis at his home in Denver, November 21, after a very brief illness. No better obituary notice can be given here than the following

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CONGRESSMAN BURTON'S ADDRESSES

Congressman Theodore E. Burton, LL.D. '07, gave two very interesting lectures at Dartmouth, November 19 and 20, the first on "River and Harbor Improvements in This Country," and the second on "Some Political Tendencies of

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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CLASS OF 1873

Hiram Udall King died in Stamford, Conn., May 13, 1907. He dropped dead at a street corner while waiting for a car to go to a funeral. The medical examiner pronounced the cause of death to be apoplexy. Mr. King was born in

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