April 1908

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THE DARTMOUTH GREEN AND OTHER COLLEGE COLORS

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THE need of a new gymnasium

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BASEBALL

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THE DARTMOUTH GREEN AND OTHER COLLEGE COLORS

In the Yale Courant of July 25, 1866, (Vol. I, No. 30) appeared the following plain sign of new and conscious adornment with brilliant hues:

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THE need of a new gymnasium

at Dartmouth has become so acute that it cannot well be endured. The present building, erected for a college of less than four hundred, has long been inadequate and is now little short of impossible. This lack in equipment

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BASEBALL

The College baseball team began the season with a long southern trip, which, although not so successful as had been hoped, was nevertheless creditable. Although the team lost the Virginia and Georgetown games by decisive

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COLLEGE NOTES

The faculty committee on Commencement has chosen the following speakers: Paul Mason Batchelder, Portsmouth, and Albert Richard Chandler, Norwich, Conn, (valedictory and salutatory rank); Joseph King Knight, Hyde Park,

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864 President, DR. GEORGE H. M. ROWE, '64. Secretary, CHANNING H. COX, '01, 73

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WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION

The thirty-third annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington was held at the Hotel Raleigh, Tuesday evening, February 25, 1908.

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CLASS OF 1851

Hon. Redfield Proctor, United States Senator from Vermont, died of pleurisy and pneumonia at his apartments at the city of Washington, March 4, 1908, thus closing a long and distinguished career. Senator Proctor was born in the

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DEBATING LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

The Dartmouth debating teams, March 2, won the championship of the triangular debating league by defeating Brown at Hanover, and Williams at Williamstown. Brown finished second in the league by defeating Williams in

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TEACHERS' CONFERENCE

The eighth annual conference between the members of the College faculty and the teachers and superintendents of secondary schools will be held in Dartmouth Hall May 14, 15, and 16. The general subject for discussion will be

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CLASS OF 1874

James Wallace Putnam, M.D., died suddenly in the station of the New York Central railroad in Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 9, the cause of his death being apoplexy. Doctor Putnam was born in Amherst, N. H., Aug. 29, 1849, being the son

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