May 1917

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DARTMOUTH DAYS A CHAPTER FROM AN UNPUBLISHED AUTOBIOGRAPHY

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CLASS OF 1916

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CLASS OF 1910

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DARTMOUTH DAYS A CHAPTER FROM AN UNPUBLISHED AUTOBIOGRAPHY

I was fortunate in entering Dartmouth College at the beginning of the second century of that noble old New Hampshire Institution, and the Commencement of 1869 which I attended as a newly fledged Paene, was the most impressive

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CLASS OF 1916

On the evening of the 20th of March, thirty-one of the boys got together for supper in Louis' Cafe, Boston. Ernie Cutler, Joe Gioiosa, and Pete Soutar had charge of the affair, and the others on hand were Bailey, Bean,

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CLASS OF 1910

Assistant Professor Warren C. Shaw has been coaching the debating teams in Hanover, as he has been doing for several years past.

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PREPAREDNESS AT DARTMOUTH

PRESIDENT HOPKINS ON THE WAR SITUATION

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

Arranged by geographical divisions. State and city Associations arranged alphabetically in each geographical division.

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Question has arisen

as to the holding of alumni reunions as usual at the coming Dartmouth Commencement. Unless conditions undergo material change between now and June there would seem no sufficient reason for giving up these genial gatherings.

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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS

When College convened after the Easter vacation with the country in a state of war, there was an immediate demand by the undergraduates for quick action along the lines of military training. The plan proposed under General

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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CLASS OF 1871

Charles Ebenezer Hill died in Temple, N. H., on Friday, April 6, 1917, where he was born February 7., 1848.

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UNIQUE WORK OF CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

So far as is known Dartmouth is the first College to send out a deputation team to various preparatory schools in the country. Four Dartmouth students spent their Easter vacation in this work. This account of the trip as written

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