January 1925

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"WHAT EVERY PROFESSOR OF SIXTY SHOULD KNOW"

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

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President Hopkins

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"WHAT EVERY PROFESSOR OF SIXTY SHOULD KNOW"

For the rashness of this caption I hasten to take shelter behind a suggestion in the columns of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE of December 1923. Plainly in the editorial writer's view nothing less than a book would be adequate to the

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

The thought uppermost in the minds of the majority of undergraduates today is Christmas. Already a large number have traveled to their homes, and more leave daily. Books are forgotten in the enjoyment of homegoing.

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President Hopkins

has apparently succeeded once again in arresting the attention of thoughtful people by an utterance going directly to the desired point, at the usual price of being misquoted or at all events misinterpreted —by various able

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THE FOOTBALL SEASON OF 1924

Chairman of the Faculty Committee on Athletics

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Class Notes

Class of 1903

Annie Stratton Smith died on September 11, 1924, after a protracted illness, at her home! The boys are now in a boarding school in New "York state, and "H.E." is trying to carry oil as best he can. It will be a lasting source of

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THE DARTMOUTH EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

The Dartmouth Educational Association is a Massachusetts corporation, organized at Boston, Massachusetts, in October, 1896 by Charles W. Bartlett, Charles T. Gallagher, William Odlin, Marshall P. Thompson, Samuel L.

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Class Notes

Class of 1918

Several revelations of note have again caused much wagging of tongues among our Gotham scandal-mongers. The latest bit of schnitz'l to be unearthed involves none other than our grand kleagle Jones himself. It appears that Stan

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Class of 1924

Friday the thirteenth is a lucky day for the class of 1924 if the Friday before the Cornell game is a criterion, for on that evening 42 members of '24 assembled for dinner at the Allerton Interfraternity Clubhouse on Madison

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Sports

ATHLETIC COUNCIL ANNOUNCES SEVERAL SPORT SCHEDULES

Announcement of major and minor sport schedules for the coming year, of football letter awards to M. K. Emerson '25 and J. F. Reeder 25 and of soccer letter awards was made by the Athletic Council following its meeting on

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ADMINISTRATION DECREES SECOND YEAR RUSHING

For the past five years it has become increasingly obvious that a fraternity rushing system originally devised for a college of 500 is ill ■suited to an institution with an enrollment surpassing 2000. There have been those who,

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