June 1909

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF PLANS FOR INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT NICHOLS

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NEW YORK'S RECEPTION TO PRESIDENT-ELECT NICHOLS

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SPEECH AT ALUMNI DINNER, OF PRESIDENT TUCKER

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF PLANS FOR INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT NICHOLS

By vote of the trustees the plans for the inauguration of Doctor Nichols as president of Dartmouth College were left to a committee, consisting of F.S. Streeter, Esq., C. F. Mathewson, Esq., Mr. H. H. Hilton, and the Reverend President

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NEW YORK'S RECEPTION TO PRESIDENT-ELECT NICHOLS

The Dartmouth alumni of New York City and vicinity gave a reception to Dr. Ernest F. Nichols, the President-elect of Dartmouth, on Friday evening, June 18, at the Hotel Astor in New York City. About two hundred graduates

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SPEECH AT ALUMNI DINNER, OF PRESIDENT TUCKER

Through the very great kindness of Acting President Lord, and also of my old time friend Professor Palmer, of Harvard, I have been relieved of the more formal duties of the Commencement season. This relief enables me to sit

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THE CONFERRING OF DEGREES

DEGREES IN COURSE

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REUNION OF 1859

The fiftieth anniversary meeting of the class of 1859 was greatly enjoyed by the twelve of its members who were able to be present, out of twenty-five survivors. It was a large class, sixty-nine graduates, for its time; and while it

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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CLASS OF 1899

Out of one hundred living graduates and thirty-three non-graduates, a total of seventy-three men of '99 attended the decennial reunion at Hanover at Commencement. The occasion was marked with the greatest enthusiasm, and

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CLASS OF 1884

The class of 1884 held the most successful and enthusiastic reunion of its history during Commencement week. There were thirty-five men in attendance, and the fihe spirit of good fellowship which characterized the class during

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SPEECH AT ALUMNI DINNER, OF HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR QUINBY

At the outset of collegiate affairs, in this country at least, I apprehend that a college course was designed more particularly, if not exclusively, for those who were contemplating a profession, but as views broadened it

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HONORARY DEGREES

Those about to receive honorary degrees were presented by Professor C. F. Richardson and Professor E. J. Bartlett. Upon their presentations, in turn, Professor J. K. Lord as Acting President conferred the degrees in the

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