January 1909

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ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT

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The retirement of President Eliot

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ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT

Delivered Sunday Evening, January 10, on the Re-occupancy of Rollins Chapel

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The retirement of President Eliot

from active service and the consequent necessity of choosing a new head for Harvard University could not but be a matter of serious concern, if not of vital import, to every institution for higher education throughout the

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(From The Brown Alumni Monthly)

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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STAFF TO COACH FOOTBALL TEAM

The eagerly awaited announcement of the selection' of coaches for next year was made during the Christmas recess, by the Athletic Council. Satisfaction is universal with the plans as announced.

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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GLASS OF 1869

Oscar D. Robinson, Ph.D., principal of Albany (N. Y.) High School, was chosen president of the Headmasters 1 Association of the United States at its annual meeting in Boston, December 29.

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SPRINGFIELD LUNCH CLUB

The club met at Cooley's Hotel, Springfield, on the evening of January 5, with the largest attendance since its organization; over a year ago, the company including several undergraduates, and invited guests representing

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TIGERS BEATEN IN HOCKEY

Dartmouth took the lead in the intercollegiate hockey race, January 22, by defeating the Princeton seven at the St. Nicholas Rink in New York, by a score of 3 to 2. This made the third straight victory for the Dartmouth

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CLASS OF 1879

John Barron Peckett, a member of this class for some time in the Chandler Scientific Department, died of Bright's disease at his home in Bradford, Vt., Dec. 27, 1908. His fatal illness was hastened, if not caused, by the

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