May 1909

Article

IN WHAT PARTICULARS DO THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLEGES HINDER THE WORK THAT THE HIGH SCHOOLS SHOULD BE DOING FOR THE PEOPLE AS A WHOLE?*

Article

REPORT OF THE MAY CONFERENCE OF TEACHERS

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BASEBALL

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IN WHAT PARTICULARS DO THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLEGES HINDER THE WORK THAT THE HIGH SCHOOLS SHOULD BE DOING FOR THE PEOPLE AS A WHOLE?*

The current phase of educational unrest seems to have to do chiefly with the high schools and the colleges. For the time being the kindergarten, country schools, and even southern education seem to be having, comparatively

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REPORT OF THE MAY CONFERENCE OF TEACHERS

The ninth annual conference of teachers in secondary schools was held at the College, May 13 to 15. The attendance was smaller than in some years, but the quality of the papers presented and the vigor and usefulness of the

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BASEBALL

In the opening series of the baseball season, the Dartmouth team displayed a marked reversal of form on the second day, and defeated Bowdoin 12 to 0, whereas on the first day the game had been dropped 6 to 1 to the visitors.

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TRACK

HARVARD DEFEATS DARTMOUTH INTRACK

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At a meeting of the Trustees

of Dartmouth College, held in Concord Tuesday evening, June 8, Professor Ernest Fox Nichols, D.Sc., formerly head of the department of Physics at Dartmouth, and now professor of Experimental Physics at Columbia University,

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Class Notes

CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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Article

COLLEGE NOTES

Under the direction of Captain Clarke Tobin '10, thirty-five candidates reported for spring football practice. The practice was held for a week on the Campus but later removed to the Oval where the gridiron was in first

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JUNIOR WEEK

The week of May 17 to 24 was given over to what was probably the most successful and best attended Junior Week ever held in Dartmouth College. The attractions were of a greater number than ever before and in spite of the

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1900

The following items are taken from a class report which the secretary has just issued :

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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