December 1924

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THE DIARY OF MRS. PRESIDENT BROWN ON A JOURNEY TO THE SOUTH IN 1819

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Class of 1916

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THE DIARY OF MRS. PRESIDENT BROWN ON A JOURNEY TO THE SOUTH IN 1819

Francis Brown, the third president of Dartmouth College, was one whose personal qualities endeared him to all who knew him. To those upon whom, after the lapse of a century, the charm of his personality can have no effect the

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from which to draw conclusions concerning the necessary alterations of the college curriculum seems to have reached the point at which intelligent consideration may begin. There is on file with the administration a long and

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Class of 1916

The resumption of football relations between Yale and Dartmouth in the Yale Bowl on October 18 was witnessed by a sizable 1916 delegation, representing greater New England, New York and even the Middle West. While it was

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

With football over, Dartmouth student interest—outside the field of study—turns to fraternity rushing. Where before the talk was of the team, now it is of this freshman and that freshman who looks good, or leans this way, or

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Class of 1903

On September 19, the Boston bunch all received a card to tell them that plans were being made for the 1903 program before, during, and after the Harvard game, October 25. Seems like plenty of notice, but guess someone fell

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VOX CLAMANTIS IN DESERTO

Assistant Professor of English

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Frances Wright.

By WILLIAM RANDALL WATERMAN. Columbia University Studies in History, Economics and Public Law. Longmans.

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Class of 1911

The new class agent's name is Edward Withby Pearson. He was born October 23, 1924. John says it is a relief to have the second generation take over the job of collecting money from hard-worked classmates. When announcement was

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Class of 1917

Just too late for the last issue of this MAGAZINE, I received official confirmation of the fact that Bill Fitch contemplates the step of holy matrimony. In fact, he has so far committed himself that cards have been sent announcing

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Class of 1914

The past few weeks have brought a good attendance at the football games. The New England crowd, and especially the New Yorkers, took advantage of the opportunity to visit the Yale Bowl on October 18. Most of them were seated in

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