January 1917

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THE TIE THAT BINDS A COLLEGE CLASS

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Word has just come of another Dartmouth

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JOHN COTTON DANA '78, LIBRARIAN AND CITIZEN

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THE TIE THAT BINDS A COLLEGE CLASS

A REMINISCENCE

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Word has just come of another Dartmouth

man's sacrifice for France. Somewhere in the Argonne, Howard Burchard Lines, member of the American Ambulance Corps, died on Christmas Day of pneumonia, contracted in the performance of his duty. Lines graduated at

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JOHN COTTON DANA '78, LIBRARIAN AND CITIZEN

When a Dartmouth man reaches the top of his profession, and becomes known in his city as a force for good, his success should be made known to all Dartmouth alumni. Such a man is John Cotton Dana '78, librarian of the city

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FOOTBALL AT DARTMOUTH

Dartmouth men will be interested in the following references to football at Dartmouth in W. H. Edwards' "Football Days," published by Moffatt, Yard & Co.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1911

Mr. and Mrs. "Nat" Burleigh announce the arrival of. Miss Barbara, November 13; weight, eight pounds.

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CLASS OF 1910

A. A. Ricker is assistant to the men's merchandise manager of Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Boston, and lives with some other Dartmouth men at 1052 Beacon St., Newton Center, Mass.

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FACULTY ACTIVITIES

Professor W. C. Shaw attended December 1st and 2nd, the meeting of the National Conference of Academic Teachers of Public Speaking, at Hotel Astor, New York City.

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ASPECTS OF COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

At the request of the Trustees, Professor H. E. Burton made, last spring, an investigation regarding administrative policies and tendencies in the American College world. Professor Burton visited twenty-three institutions,

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CLASS SECRETARIES

'46 Dr. J. Whitney Barstow, 144 Madison Ave., New York City.

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Books

Readings in Money and Banking

By CHESTER A. PHILLIPS. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916. Pp. 845.

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