December 1908

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PRESIDENT TUCKER'S SPEECH AT THE NEW YORK ALUMNI DINNER, DECEMBER 8, 1908*

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The annual undergraduate

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GEORGE TICKNOR AND THE COLLEGE LIBRARY

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PRESIDENT TUCKER'S SPEECH AT THE NEW YORK ALUMNI DINNER, DECEMBER 8, 1908*

I need hardly say to you, Mr. President and brethren, that I had not expected to meet with you again in any official capacity. I had hoped, as I still hope, to resume my place from time to time in the New York Association, the

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The annual undergraduate

The annual undergraduate upheaval known as "chinning day" passed into history early in December. As a result the bosoms of some fifty per cent of the freshman class have expanded an inch or so for the better display of

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GEORGE TICKNOR AND THE COLLEGE LIBRARY

On Dartmouth Night it is perhaps appropriate to speak of the Dartmouth College Library and of a Dartmouth graduate interested in libraries. Such was one of Dartmouth's greatest scholars — George Ticknor of the class of 1807.

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CLASS OF 1873

Emory Harris Jones died just before midnight, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1908. On Wednesday morning he was in his usual health, but about 4.30 in the afternoon he had a shock of paralysis, rendering him unconscious. He did not again

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CHINNING SEASON RESULTS

The chinning results show 158 Freshmen and 16 upperclassmen pledged to the different fraternities. The total enrollment of the entering class is 334, so that about forty-five percent of the class are fraternity men. This is

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COLLEGE NOTES

The Eastern New York State Club, founded last year, has reorganized with a membership of twenty men. All students who live within a radius of fifty miles of Albany are eligible. During the holidays the club is scheduled to

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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THE COLLEGE CATALOGUE

The recently issued annual catalogue of the College, for 1908-1909, aside from all other attributes, at once commends itself in appearance and arrangement. The Dean's office produces in this publication a catalogue

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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HOCKEY SCHEDULE

Hockey is an ideal winter sport for Dartmouth, and it is very gratifying to see its establishment here more certain each year. The schedule this year is, without doubt, the best that a Dartmouth hockey team has ever been given

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