April 1917

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION

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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH

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DARTMOUTH'S MILITARY POLICY

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION

Fifty-eight alumni associations and classes were represented at the thirteenth annual meeting of the Secretaries Association held in Hanover, March 16th and 17th. The opening session was called together at 5:45 Friday

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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH

The past month has been productive of three particularly important events — the concert in Webster Hall by Anna Case, the famous Metropolitan Opera star, the straw vote of over 800 undergraduates on a military questionnaire

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DARTMOUTH'S MILITARY POLICY

At a special meeting of the Dartmouth faculty held March 17, it was "Voted, that it be recommended to the President of Dartmouth College that an application for a military instructor and equipment under the provisions of

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Due to a fancied isolation,

more traditional than actual, Hanover and Dartmouth have rarely had an opportunity to extend a welcome to associations for their formal meetings. It is therefore all the more gratifying to announce that early in September next

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MARCH MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES

EXTRACTS FROM THE MINUTES

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FRANCE HONORS MR. AND MRS. TUCK

A radical departure from established custom was marked at the last annual public meeting of the Academie Francaise when two American citizens — Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tuck—were awarded a "Prix de Vertu."

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TWO DARTMOUTH BISHOPS

Last October a notable company gathered in St. Louis to legislate for the Protestant Episcopal Church in; the United States. Bishops, presbyters, laymen — as representatives of this great branch of the Christian Churchlabored

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CLASS OF 1899

W. T. Atwood has been elected president of the Boston Alumni Association of Phi Kappa Psi. He got in two dinners on March 3, first that of Phi Kappa Psi Association, then his class round-up.

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CLASS OF 1900

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dolloff announce the birth of a daughter, Elizabeth, on March 3. 1916.

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VITAL STATISTICS OF THE CLASS OF 1897

ARE DARTMOUTH MEN REARING TOO SMALL FAMILIES?

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