August 1924

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The more one considers

Lettter from the Editor

COMMENCEMENT 1924

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RECIPIENTS OF HONORARY DEGREES

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The more one considers

the undergraduate contribution to the current survey of educational problems at Dartmouth, especially as embodied in the preliminary report of the student committee selected to consider this important problem, the more one

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Lettter from the Editor

COMMENCEMENT 1924

This was supposed to be a story of the 1924 Commencement at Dartmouth as seen- by John J. Smith, a member of a reuning class who was in Hanover from the thirteenth to the seventeenth of June last. If this is to be taken as

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RECIPIENTS OF HONORARY DEGREES

At Commencement honorary degrees were conferred by the College upon ten men. The presentations made by Professor Malcolm Keir and the characterizations by President Hopkins follow:

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VARIATIONS IN THE SCHOLARSHIP OF INDIVIDUALS

RICHARD WELLINGTON HUSBAND, Director of Personnel Research, and HAROLD S. FITZ, Assistant.

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Class Notes

Class of 1903

There are at least two of our class, and one more, a close appendage, so to speak, whose names are never in the papers except in headlines, and all the year I have consistently refrained from mentioning them, thinking they had

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Class Notes

Class of 1903

There are at least two of our class, and one more, a close appendage, so to speak, whose names are never in the papers except in headlines, and all the year I have consistently refrained from mentioning them, thinking they had

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MEETING OF ALUMNI COUNCIL

The Alumni Council assembled for its June meeting in Hanover on Friday, June 13. The following members were present: New England States Dr. Edward H. Trowbridge '81 Lafayette R. Chamberlin '05 Middle and Southern States

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Sports

FRESHMAN TEAMS

Football Freshmen 0, Exeter 7 Freshmen 46, K. U. A. 0 Freshmen 41, Springfield. Freshmen 6 Freshmen 7, Dean Academy 13

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Class Notes

Class of 1917

Old Man Hahn comes forth from his hiding place in Evanston to face the glare of publicity which shines on every proud father. "It's a boy," he's been named John Francis, and has forthwith filed his application for the class of

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Class Notes

Class of 1917

Old Man Hahn comes forth from his hiding place in Evanston to face the glare of publicity which shines on every proud father. "It's a boy," he's been named John Francis, and has forthwith filed his application for the class of

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