May 1924

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THIRTY YEARS OF ALUMNI REPRESENTATION ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

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DARTMOUTH IN THE SEVENTIES III

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THIRTY YEARS OF ALUMNI REPRESENTATION ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Alumni of Dartmouth College were admitted by the Trustees to participate in its government in 1891. They have exercised that privilege during the intervening years, subject only to the regulations prescribed by the General

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

Spring recess was a glorious holiday. And the morning College reopened was a tj-pical "morning after,"—judging from the listlessness and the resigned attitude of the group which about half-filled Rollins Chapel for the regular

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DARTMOUTH IN THE SEVENTIES III

Living conditions at Hanover in the seventies were very similar to those in other college communties during those years. It was before the advent of the telephone, the electric light, the automobile, and those other discoveries

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In the death of Richard W. Husband

Director of Personnel Research, the College and the community lose an outstanding figure and a man whose place it will be most difficult to fill. To Dartmouth he gave the best years of his life, contributing vitally both in

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PROFESSOR RICHARD WELLINGTON HUSBAND

Lazurence Professor of the Greek Language and Literature

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Class Notes

Class of 1903

At the Pow Wow there was hardly any phase of the present Dartmouth College and its interests that was not discussed in detail. Eddie Schlatter landed in with a mild touch of the grippe. His deafness handicaps him in but his

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Class Notes

Class of 1916

Under date of April 1 figures were drawn off to furnish a comparative rating with results at this time last year on the response of the Class of 1916 to the Alumni Fund.

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Class Notes

Class of 1917

Just as these notes are about to the desk of your Secretary word comes o the death of one of the best friends our Class ever had. Professor Richard We ington Husband succumbed yesterday morning (April 9, 1924,) to a heart

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DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS DISCUSSES "SELECTED FAILURES"

In an article in The Dartmouth entitled "Some Selected Failures", Dean E. Gordon Bill, Director of Admissions, revealed some interesting information in regard to men failing their cpllege work and in regard to the reasons why a

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Class of 1923

Can anyone tell us where this disappeared dozen men are ? W. W. Angell, McCauley Carter, Harold E. Cereghino, Richard W. Ellis, E. F. Flindell, Samuel G. Fletcher, George J. Jaeger, Howard E. McClure, Alfred I. Merritt, Charles

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