March 1909

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A year ago certain regulations were adopted

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DARTMOUTH SIXTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

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REMINISCENCES OF A GRADUATE OF 1812

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A year ago certain regulations were adopted

by the faculty,looking toward doing away with the injuries to scholarship which came from the attempt on the part of many men to carry more than a just burden, of work, under the influence either of past failure or the

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DARTMOUTH SIXTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

The entrance upon my ninety-first year, and the receipt of the BI-MONTHLY, have put me into a reminiscent mood respecting our beloved almamater as she was sixty-five years ago. I can tell better what constituted Dartmouth

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REMINISCENCES OF A GRADUATE OF 1812

Directly after my graduation in 1874, I returned to my boyhood home in New Hampshire and there sojourned during the: month of July. There was visiting one of the families in our neighborhood, Hon. Isaac Patterson, a lawyer, a

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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COLLEGE NOTES

Since the announcements of chinning day the following men have been issued invitations by fraternities: Alpheus Dixi Crosby '10, by Kappa Kappa Kappa; Conrad Edwin Snow '12, Leslie Whitmore Snow '12, by Theta Delta Chi;

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CLASS OF 1846

George Thorndike Angell, founder of the American Humane Society, president of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, life-long philanthropist and benefactor of animals, died at his apartments in the

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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THE SEASON

After a season which opened inauspiciously with a defeat, the Dartmouth basketball team by its lasting qualities developed into an aggregation of which the College may well be proud and which was undoubtedly in the first rank

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CLASS OF 1893

Dr. Ernest Henry Wheeler of Augusta, Me., died at the Augusta city hospital, February 15, a week after an operation for appendicitis. Dr Wheeler was born in Whitefield, Me., July 31, 1868, his parents being Henry and Elizabeth

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CLASS OF 1860

Wilson Palmer died of apoplexy, very suddenly, on February 19, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry W. Bullard, in Arlington, Mass., where he had been living for sometime. He was born in Candia, N. H., March 1, 1833, his

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