March 1917

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President Hopkins' recent visit among the alumni has proved most gratifyingly successful.

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THE PRESIDENT AMONG THE ALUMNI

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THE GRADUATE CLUB

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President Hopkins' recent visit among the alumni has proved most gratifyingly successful.

The one drawback appears to have been the necessity for curtailing his trip to an extent which made the furthest points of contact Chicago and Minneapolis. Reports from the cities where he was able to appear, show

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THE PRESIDENT AMONG THE ALUMNI

[President Hopkins during his recent trip among alumni associations of the College spoke of course, without notes and varied the emphasis and the nature of his remarks to suit the requirements of each occasion. Yet the theme of his message was everywhere the same, and it is here given in what is, after all, a digest rather than a transcript.]

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THE GRADUATE CLUB

At the beginning of Dr. Tucker's administration in 1893, there were twenty-eight men on the Dartmouth faculty. There are now, including the President, Dean and Registrar, one hundred and two, with twenty more in the associated

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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH

With Winter Carnival occupying the center of the stage the month of February has been an eventful one in Dartmouth undergraduate circles. The Carnival, the seventh since the institution of the event, took place from February

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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOLS SENDING STUDENTS TO DARTMOUTH

In speaking of the growth in the number of students, it has become almost a custom within the last few years to say that Dartmouth College is no longer a local institution but that it has become one of national importance. The

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Saints Legend

By GORDON HALL GEROULD ('99)., Professor of English in Princeton University. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1916. Pp. 393.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1916

Following is an account of a 1916 dinner in Hanover, from one who was "among those present": Fifty-five members of the class of 1916, from Tuck School, Thayer School, and Medical School, and a few of our fellow-classmates doing

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CLASS OF 1875

William Bradbury Tebbetts on the morning of February 11 dropped dead at Trinidad, Colo., as the result of an acute attack of angina pectoris, while walking in the street. He was en route from his home in Denver to Wootten,

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CLASS OF 1899

A. M. Abbott's family summered at Hyannisport on Cape Cod last year.

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FUNERAL OF HOWARD B. LINES '12

The following is an extract from a letter, writen by Paul B. Kurtz now serving in the American Ambulance Corps, that appeared recently in the Greenfield, Mass. Recorder:

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