April 1918

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COLLEGE NEWS

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION

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AMERICANISM IN THE LEVANT

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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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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION

The fourteenth annual meeting of the Secretaries Association was held in Hanover on March 15 and 16. The rollcall showed representatives from sixty classes and alumni associations. Of the more recent classes a larger proportion

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AMERICANISM IN THE LEVANT

A form of Americanism with which few Americans are even superficially acquainted has assumed, as a result of the war, a new and broader significance. This is the invasion of remote lands by the ideals of American civil life. I

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Mr. Watson's article in this number of the MAGAZINE on "Americanism

in the Levant", expresses the judgment of a level-headed and unprejudiced person who has lived enough in the lands of which he writes and has associated intimately enough with their peoples to have absorbed—rather than

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TWO LETTERS FROM THE FRONT

The ALUMNI MAGAZINE has permission this month to print two interesting personal letters that have been written home by Dartmouth men in service overseas. The first of these is from Andrew Jackson '03, Co. C. 103d Inf.,

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DEATH OF LIEUTENANT EADIE '18

Lieutenant Harold Field Eadie '18, killed in action on the French front March 1, is the first Dartmouth man to die fighting in the Great War. He is the eleventh Dartmouth man to give his life since the war began in 1914.

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Local athletics have been enlivened here for the oast several weeks by the first of a series of seven athletic track carnivals which the track department has been staging in Alumni Gymnasium. So far 1920 has won two of the

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CLASS OF 1899

W. B. Adams, Allen, Atwood, Beal, Barney, N. P. Brown, Clark, C. W. Robie, guest, Donahue, Drew, W. R. Eastman, Hawkes, Dr. T. R. Healy '99 Med., Hobbs, Hodgkins, Mr. Homer, guest, Huckins, Lynch, Osgood, Capt. Charles W. Pease

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Audubon, the Naturalist, a history of his life and time

by FRANCIS H. HERRICK '81. 2 vols.; D. Appleton & Co.

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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

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