March 1922

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COLLEGE DISCIPLINE

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Athletics in general and football in particular seem to be up for special

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THE COLLEGE GRANT

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COLLEGE DISCIPLINE

Writing upon college discipline by one who knows is doubtless an indiscretion. I have often longed to be indiscreet, but now that the opportunity is present I am like the comic man who did not dare to be as funny as he could.

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Athletics in general and football in particular seem to be up for special

attention as adjuncts of the colleges. Within a few weeks the president of Harvard University has made public record of his belief that the spectacular element in college contests is being overdone—and this opinion, thus

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THE COLLEGE GRANT

The map of New Hampshire shows a township in the north-easterly part of the State bearing the name "Dartmouth College Grant". The settlers and lumbermen of the surrounding country refer to it simply as "The College", while

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PRESIDENT HOPKINS EXPOSES "FUNDAMENTALIST" MOVEMENT

A statement made recently by Rev. Robbins W. Barstow '13, of Concord, N. H., that Dartmouth, in company with many other colleges had received intimations that leaders of the so-called Fundamentalist movement in the churches of

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TWELFTH WINTER CARNIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS

The campus is still ringing with praises of Dartmouth's twelfth Annual Winter Carnival, held Feb. 9, 10, and 11, which so far surpassed any previous carnival or similar program of social and athletic events as to set a. record

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Sports

BASKETBALL

Dartmouth 22—Cornell 17

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OUTING CLUB CIRCULAR STIRS EDITORIAL PENS

A considerable amount of notoriety was given early last month to a circular addressed by the Dartmouth Outing Club to girls invited to Hanover to attend the annual Winter Carnival. The circular lamented the fact that in years

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THE BUILDING OF DARTMOUTH HALL

Mr. Perley R. Bugbee has lately come into possession of a very interesting old document relating to the College. It is nothing less than the itemized account of the settlement, July 8, 1808, between the trustees of Dartmouth

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1906

Freddie Walsh has left the pastorate of the Union Congregational church at North Reading, Mass., to accept a call to Bethel, Conn.

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CLASS OF 1916

In fitting manner 1916 has registered wholehearted support to . the commemoration of the lives of those men of Dartmouth who made the supreme sacrifice. Gloriously represented on the Honor Roll of the College, 1916 still

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