March 1923

Article

THE DARTMOUTH ANVIL

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The action of the Board of Trustees in electing Doctor John M. Gile '87

Article

THE ORIGINS OF DELTA ALPHA—A SYMPOSIUM

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THE DARTMOUTH ANVIL

There was an adventure in Dartmouth journalism which I imagine may be sufficiently interesting to Dartmouth men generally to warrant a fuller statement than has yet been made concerning it. Indeed comparatively little has been

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The action of the Board of Trustees in electing Doctor John M. Gile '87

as a life trustee will meet with general approval. Elected in 1912 as an alumnus trustee, and reelected in 1917, Doctor Gile has already given long and valuable service to the College.

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THE ORIGINS OF DELTA ALPHA—A SYMPOSIUM

Through the co-operation of Harry H. Blunt, secretary of the class of 1897, the following story of the early days' of Delta Alpha was gathered. Three alumni have collaborated in furnishing the material, Newton D. Clark '95, Raymond E.

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Books

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

Prof. W. M. Urban is the author of an article in the October-December number of Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale entitled, "La Critique Esthétique et al Philosophic en Amérique." This is one of a series of articles all in one

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1911

Your class agent begs to 'announce heis chagrined over the amount of bashfulness with which the class is startingout 1923. Think it over. Introduceyour Tucker Alumni Fund subscriptionblank to your fountain pen Now!-and make your class agent happy!

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Article

FRATERNITIES PLEDGE 57 PER CENT OF FRESHMEN

The twenty four Dartmouth fraternities pledged 302 freshmen, or 57 per cent of the class, as a result of the three days of rushing between the first and second semesters. The following is a list of the men pledged:

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Article

THE DARTMOUTH ANALYZES COLLEGE'S USE OF TIME

An interesting analysis of college life is provided by the recently published statistics gathered by The Dartmouth, which with the assistance of the class in statistics gathered from two hundred students minutely detailed and

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1919

The ruts of business may be deep, the cold winds of new responsibilities may impede the way of Nineteener at the wheel of venture, but the hearth of old Dartmouth ever glows, bidding him welcome, and speeding him onward.

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CLASS OF 1910

Tom Heneage's gents' furnishing establishment, formerly known as Ogilvie and Heneage, is now Thomas Heneage, Inc., Tom having acquired control. It is One of the few high class outfitting concerns in Chicago catering

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Sports

BASKETBALL

Columbia 36—Dartmouth 20

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