October 1909

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THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS

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ADDRESS AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE NEW GYMNASIUM

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By vote of the Trustees

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THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS

The past sixteen years have been and ever will be notable years in the history of Dartmouth College. In that time the number of students has all but quadrupled; and the material equipment of the College has expanded in proportion. The

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ADDRESS AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE NEW GYMNASIUM

When, in 1867, George H. Bissell, pioneer in the development of petroleum, provided, at the wise desire of President Smith, yonder "commodious and tasteful structure" with its six bowling alleys and "most improved gymnastic

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By vote of the Trustees

the complete proceedings of the Inauguration of President Nichols will be published by the College. Meanwhile the ALUMNI MAGAZINE has pleasure in printing the President's address and the cornerstone address of Professor

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CLASS OF 1844

John Morse Ordway was born in Amesbury, Mass., April 23, 1823, being a descendant of James Ordway, who came from England or Wales to Massachusetts in 1635, and settled in Newbury, now Newburyport.

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CLASS OF 1907

Rev. Charles E. Beals, late instructor in Grèk, English, and vocal culture in Bangor Theological Seminary, has become pastor of the Congregational church of Eastport, Me.

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FOOTBALL

EARLY SEASON GAMES

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

BOSTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1864

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THE INAUGURATION OF Ernest Fox Nichols, D.Sc., LL.D., As President of Dartmouth College

ORDER OF THE EXERCISES

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CHANGES IN THE INSTRUCTION CORPS

Among the changes in the faculty at the beginning of the present year, probably that of greatest interest is the appointment of the Reverend J. H. Robinson to the Phillips Professorship which has been vacant since the

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CLASS OF 1885

John Henry Colby died September 11, of heart disease, very unexpectedly and almost without warning, at his summer home at Mont Vernon, N. H. He was the son of John Freeman Colby (Dartmouth '59) and Ruthy Ellen Cloutman, and was

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