February 1909

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL SERVICE

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During the first week of February public announcement was made,

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BASKETBALL

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL SERVICE

The centenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln was observed at Dartmouth in simple but impressive services in Rollins Chapel, Friday morning, February 12th. President Tucker presided, and introduced in turn members of

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During the first week of February public announcement was made,

in the dispatches from Washington, that the committee of the Trustees had formally asked Mr. Samuel W. McCall '74, to accept the presidency of Dartmouth College. Immediately following the statement of this fact, the press

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BASKETBALL

Steadily improving, the Dartmouth basketball five has surpassed expectations. Of the last series of games on the home floor but one was lost, that being to Williams, January 23, by a score of 25 to 16. The Purple five is

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SECRETARIES' MEETING

The secretaries of classes and organizations connected with Dartmouth College gathered for the annual meeting of the Association of Secretaries, Friday afternoon and evening, February 26. The meetings have been in previous

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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CHICAGO ASSOCIATION

The annual dinner and banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago took place Saturday, January 30, at the University Club. There were eighty present. Chancellor L. Jenks '86, president of the association, presided.

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NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION

The twenty-fifth annual reunion and banquet of the Dartmouth College Alumni Association of the Northwest was held at the Hotel Ryan, St. Paul, Minn., on Tuesday evening, February 2, 1909. There was an informal reception from

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CLASS OF 1876

William H. Gardiner, who has been for twenty-one years official photographer for the Western Electric Company in Chicago, has left the service of the company and opened an office for photographic work at Room 69. 88 Washington

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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HOCKEY

Success beyond the expectations of its most ardent supporters has been obtained by the Dartmouth hockey seven this winter. It will be recalled that among the list of those defeated by the men from Hanover is: Columbia 4 to

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