March 1918

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COLLEGE NEWS

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EDWARD TUCK '62

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Mr. Kimball's comprehensive and sympathetic account of his well-loved friend,

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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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EDWARD TUCK '62

Edward Tuck, second son and fifth child of Amos and Sarah Ann (Nudd) Tuck, was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, August 25, 1842; He was fitted for College at Phillips Academy (Exeter), entered Dartmouth College and was

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Mr. Kimball's comprehensive and sympathetic account of his well-loved friend,

Edward Tuck, which appears in this number of THE MAGAZINE, will be welcomed by Dartmouth men. They have seen and heard much of Mr. Tuck's generous deeds,—particularly as they have affected his College and theirs. Of the

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BASEBALL

Dartmouth's baseball season is just now rather unsettled, due to the necessity for re-arrangement because of the early date of closing college. With the renewal of former sports at Yale and Harvard, however, the indications are

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Alsace-Lorraine Under German Rule

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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THE ORDNANCE TRAINING SCHOOL

The accompanying chart has been prepared to show certain interesting facts revealed by an analysis of the enrollment of the Military Stores School which was organized by the Tuck School shortly after the declaration of war,

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LOW TEMPERATURES AT SHATTUCK OBSERVATORY

That Hanover should escape a share in what has proved to be a winter of unusual severity is, of course, not to be expected. Because of the continuously low temperatures, seldom rising to +32F, snow at times to the depth of

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FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

"The Bible and College Culture. I. From the Point of View of the Professor," by former Professor B. T. Marshall is published in Religious Education for October, 1917.

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