August 1917

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VOLUNTEERS IN A CONSCRIPT ARMY

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GIFTS TO THE COLLEGE DURING THE PAST YEAR

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JUNE MEETINGS OF THE TRUSTEES

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VOLUNTEERS IN A CONSCRIPT ARMY

Baccalaureate Sermon by the Reverend Ambrose Vernon, D.D., Pastor of the Harvard Church at Brookline

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GIFTS TO THE COLLEGE DURING THE PAST YEAR

In his speech at the Alumni Luncheon of the last Commencement the President made reference to certain of the gifts which had been received by the College during the year. It has been thought that the alumni would be

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JUNE MEETINGS OF THE TRUSTEES

EXTRACTS FROM THE MINUTES

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WEDNESDAY

By Commencement Day the ranks of the seniors had been largely filled by men from Plattsburg and the Naval Reserve stations and instead of the scant hundred who were in line for Class Day exercises, one hundred and seventy-nine

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Few college presidents have been called upon within a first administrative

year to encounter more perplexing difficulties than those which have beset the path of President Hopkins. But he has met them as one who rejoices in a trial of strength.

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MONDAY

MEETING OF THE ALUMNI COUNCIL

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THE PLAN OF A CONTINUOUS SESSION FOR THE COLLEGE

The following statement is a brief synopsis of the report made by a committee of the faculty after the question of a continuous session for the College had been referred to the faculty by the Board of Trustees. [EDITOR],

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CLASS OF 1897

'97's Twentieth Reunion was clothed in that same sombre atmosphere which has been a part and parcel of nearly every reunion or Commencement this year.

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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI IN WAR WORK

In the June number of the MAGAZINE was published a list of undergraduates engaged in the various branches of service for the country. An attempt has been made to secure for this number the names of as many alumni as possible

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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS

The last month of the college year saw undergraduate energy employed in trench digging and trench bailing to the exclusion of all regular activity. Beginning a week before the examinations and continuing through that period the

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