June 1908

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BASEBALL

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THAT it is a wise son that knoweth his own mother

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TRACK ATHLETICS

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BASEBALL

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THAT it is a wise son that knoweth his own mother

might well be the reflection of the alumnus returning after a lapse of years to his alma mater. The dear old lady has certainly spruced up a good deal, added furbelows and flounces, eliminated wrinkles, and accomplished who

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THIRD CONSECUTIVE VICTORY

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PROPERTIES OF THE COLLEGE WHICH CONSTITUTE THE COLLEGE PLANT*

The term "Plant" is a term borrowed from business to represent the very great physical expansion which academic institutions have undergone during the past two decades. This physical expansion has been due chiefly to three

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TEACHERS' CONFERENCE

The eighth annual May conference between the members of the College faculty and the teachers and superintendents of secondary schools, was held May 14, 15, and 16. The subject for consideration was, "Problems in the

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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CLASS OF 1907

The Chicago members of the class held a reunion at the Boston Oyster House on the evening of April 25, at which Coombs, Fowler, Heneage, Kimball, Liscomb, Redington, and Southgate were present, as well as Samuel O. Bartlett,

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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CLASS OF 1844

A long life, filled with usefulness to his generation, and crowned with the esteem and honor of his fellows, closed with the death of Amos Hadley, Ph.D., at his home in Concord, N. H., May 5, 1908. Doctor Hadley was born in

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COLLEGE NOTES

The Dartmouth and Amherst musical clubs gave a successful joint concert in Springfield, Mass., May 2.

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