March 1915

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WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER

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PROBLEMS IN PREPARATORY SCHOOL ATHLETICS

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The message of the College does not come to all with the same distinctness

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WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER

[The following address was delivered to the Class of 1899 on the occasion of its fifteen-year reunion. It is printed here as an interpretation of the reasons for Dr Tucker's remarkable personal influence.— EDITOB.]

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PROBLEMS IN PREPARATORY SCHOOL ATHLETICS

[The following article is a part of a paper presented before the National Collegiate Athletic Association Conference where Mr. Lillard was asked to discuss his experiences in devising a new athletic system at Andover.]

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The message of the College does not come to all with the same distinctness

The message of the College does not come to all with the same distinctness but all save the most obtuse grasp it in some form or other. To Professor Asakawa, whose address before his class appears in this number, and to many

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ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS

Fifty Two Story Talks to Boys andGirls: HOWARD J. CHIDLEY, '06, New York. George H. Doran Company.

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

THE DARTMOUTH ASSOCIATION OF ALBANY, N. Y., FOUNDED IN 1909

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TWO MEN OF DARTMOUTH

Sometimes when reading Principal Comstock's careful obituaries in the succeeding issues of the MAGAZINE and hoping that he may be spared to do exact justice to my own, I have wondered if there might be room occasionally

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ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION

The Dartmouth Alumni Association of St. Louis was glad to again have the honor and privilege of welcoming Dr. Ernest Fox Nichols to St. Louis, and we, after he has left us, trust that Dr. Nichols had one halt as pleasant a time

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ATHLETICS—QUALIFIED SUCCESS

During February, the hockey team, through a defeat at the hands of Yale, was unable to secure more than a divided championship in the intercollegiate league. The basketball team fared even worse, losing even to Pennsylvania,

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CLASS SECRETARIES

'46 Dr. J. Whitney Barstow, Gramercy Park, New York City.

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DR. E. E. JUST '07 RECEIVES MEDAL

At the annual meeting of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, held in Ethical Culture Hall in New York on February 12, Governor Whitman, in the presence of an audience of two thousand people,

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