January 1918

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NOT YET IN THE NAME OF RELIGION

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COLLEGE NEWS

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DARTMOUTH'S PART IN UPBUILDING PHILLIPS ANDOVER ACADEMY

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NOT YET IN THE NAME OF RELIGION

The following article is the major part of a paper appearing in the Boston Transcript on the occasion of the intervention by the Pope in the interests of peace a few months ago. It is printed now, as it seems even amid the rapidly moving

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COLLEGE NEWS

The MAGAZINE will attempt in this department to keep its readers informed of the war activities of the alumni and undergraduates. Provision is being made to keep a permanent record, and all information of this kind should be sent to H. M.

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DARTMOUTH'S PART IN UPBUILDING PHILLIPS ANDOVER ACADEMY

Dartmouth College was founded too late in the 18th century to allow its graduates to share in establishing our oldest New England academies. Within twenty-five years after its first Commencement, however, the influence of the

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FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

The Prosecution of Jesus. Its Date,History and Legality. By RICHARD WELLINGTON HUSBAND, Professor of Classical Languages in Dartmouth College. Princeton University Press; London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press.

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PROFESSOR GEORGE RAY WICKER

Professor George Ray Wicker of the Department of Economics died suddenly on the morning of Sunday, November 25. Funeral services were held in Rollins Chapel on Wednesday morning, conducted by Dean Craven Laycock, and

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LOSSES IN COLLEGE ENROLMENT FOR 1917-1918

The following tables of figures regarding the comparative enrolments for last year and this in the principal colleges and universities of the country, as published in the Boston Transcript for November 24, will prove of

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THAYER SCHOOL GRADUATES IN THE WAR

The following graduates of the Thayer School of Civil Engineering are engaged in war activities. The class is that of graduation from the Thayer School.

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The war will cost Dartmouth College

this year alone, not less than $60,000 in excess of estimated receipts. That sum will constitute a war deficit, pure and simple. There is no appreciable room for debate as to how, or whether, it could have been avoided. A few

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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CLASS OF 1916

At the Brown game it took Jack English to put the old pep into the singing. Jack has since left for Jacksonville and an Army Quartermasters' School there. Lieutenants "Joe" Larimer and "Abe" Lincoln of the Coast Artillery were

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