June 1917

Article

THE COLLEGE IN EARLY WAR-TIME

Article

UNDERGRADUATES IN WAR SERVICE

Class Notes

CLASS OF 1910

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THE COLLEGE IN EARLY WAR-TIME

These facts, impressions and states of mind are set down during the first month since the United States' entrance into the Great War, that those who are interested, at a distance in place or time, may gain some knowledge of the

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UNDERGRADUATES IN WAR SERVICE

The following table shows the number of undergraduates m the various branches of war service and was compiled on May 23. The undergraduate registration March 28 was 1352. Over half of the undergraduate body is registered in some kind

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1910

The western representative of Waitt & Bond, .Inc., the large cigar manufacturers of Boston, is Philip M. Forristall. The superintendent of the Boston factory—the largest cigar factory in the world under one roof is James M.

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Books

ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Lyman Spalding : the Originatorof the United States Pharmacopoeia;Co-laborer with Dr. Nathan Smith inthe founding of the Dartmouth MedicalSchool and its first chemical lecturer;President and Professor of Anatomy andSurgery of the College of

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WITH THE NAVAL RESERVE

Mr Hayden writes that his company has just been put on police and guard duty and therefore off routine schedule. With a Princeton man he is assigned to a police beat on twenty-four hour shifts. Dartmouth is now as well represented

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THE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR MILITARY STORES SERVICE

The Training School for Military Stores Service was established by the Tuck School at the urgent suggestion of the Storage Committee of the General Munitions Board. The function of the Storage Committee is to assist the military

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1915

Bill Huntress represented the class at the annual meeting of the class secretaries held in Hanover, in March. The secretary was unable to attend, being at that time traveling in the Middle West for the Daniel Green Felt Shoe

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Announcement that Commencement will be held "as usual"

has been well received. The alumni will not all be back; but there will be a good sprinkling of old timers and new with wives and children. The matter of providing the entertainment has passed from the hands of the senior

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CAMPUS NOTES

The undergraduate editor is at present a candidate for an officer's commission at Madison Barracks and cannot tell the story of the undergraduate month and even if he were here to do so there would be little to record but

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Class Notes

CLASS SECRETARIES

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