December 1929

Class Notes

CLASS OF 1923

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Alumni Associations

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Alumni Council Meets in New York

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CLASS OF 1923

LY HARDING 47 VERNON ST., BROOKLINE, MASS.

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Alumni Associations

THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION

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Alumni Council Meets in New York

The Alumni Council met for its fall meeting in New York on Friday, November 1. In the absence of President Cutter the meeting was opened by the secretary who called for the nomination of a chairman pro-tem. The nomination of

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Carnegie Report

"Bulletin 23" is the third publication of the Carnegie Foundation dealing with the subject of athletics. The first described athletic sports at some twenty American colleges and universities and depended almost exclusively upon

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The Dartmouth Indians

That characteristic of Dartmouth history which has ever remained one of its most picturesque and romantic traditions is the story of the Dartmouth Indian. Frederick Chase and John K. Lord exhausted all the supply of general

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The Yale Epic

Dartmouth's 1929 system was built for Al Marsters. There was no getting around the fact that as the Green team took the field at New Haven that Saturday that upon the shoulders of Arlington Al, Dartmouth would sink or swim, for

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1929

These have been very busy days for all of us, but not too busy to prevent us from running into each other during our moments of relaxation. Beside us at the Harvard game, way up there in the top row of the colonnades, sat Jack

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Books

GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS

By William Kelley Wright, The Maemillan Company, New York, 1929.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1921

The football season has formed the background for some good 1921 parties, and one of the best was staged in Boston the night before the Harvard game under the able guidance of "Permission Dan" Ruggles. Thirty-five members of

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1919

Had this issue closed a week ago we could have written a snappy little bunch of notes filled with that carnival spirit which was so prevalent around Boston after the Harvard game. This week with another Yale game gone West,

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