Saturday, January 21, 2012

1900 Commencement of Dartmouth College at Hanover, New Hampshire



Order of Exercises at the One Hundred and Thirty-first Commencement, June 27, 1900, Dartmouth College.  Stitched booklet, approximately 8" x 6" with two interior leaves.


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Prayer
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1.  Salutatory Address with Oration: A National Obligation.   Harold Ripley Hastings of Nashua, New Hampshire
2.  Oration: The Decadence of Spain.  Frank Martin Howe of Weston, Vermont
3.  Oration: The Poetry of Richard Hovey.  Homer Eaton Keyes of Brooklyn of New York
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4.  Disputation: Resolved, That the Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States Ought to be Repealed.
Affirmative: Guy Andrews Ham of Boston, Massachusetts
Negative: Frank Arthur Metcalf of Acworth, New Hampshire
5.  Oration, with Valedictory Address: The United States as a World Power.  Harry LeBaron Sampson of Middleboro, Massachusetts
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Degrees Conferred




The following members of the class, in addition to the foregoing, received a Commencement appointment, ranking above 85 per cent for the course:


Francis James Bradley of North Easton, Massachusetts
Roger Allen Dunlap of East Concord, New Hampshire
Josiah Minot Fowler of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
Royal Hatch of Strafford, Vermont
Franklin Crocker Lewis of Centerville, Massachusetts
Cornelius John Mahoney of North Andover, Massachusetts
Arthur Henry Norris of Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Charles Albert Proctor of Hanover, New Hampshire
Leon Burr Richardson of Lebanon, New Hampshire
Arthur Stanley Roberts of Andover, Massachusetts
Channing Tewksbury Sanborn of Concord, New Hampshire
Charles Sargent of Walpole, New Hampshire
Frank Dana Sears of Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Howard Murray Tibbetts of Calais, Maine
Henry Reuben Weston of Windsor, Vermont


Honorable Mention


Cornelius John Mahoney, Philosophy
Harry LeBaron Sampson, Political Science
Harry LeBaron Sampson, Economics, History and Political Science


Honors


Francis James Bradley, Greek
Calvin Whitten Foss, Philosophy
Guy Andrews Ham, History
Frank Martin Howe, Astronomy
Cornelius John Mahoney, Philosophy


Special Honors


Francis James Bradley, Ancient Classics
Harold Ripley Hastings, Greek
Leon Burr Richardson, Chemistry
Henry Reuben Weston, Zoology




Graduating Class


Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts


Samuel Walker Banning of Chicago, Illinois
Edward Bridge Bigelow of Grafton, Massachusetts
Walter Blair of Boston, Massachusetts
†Francis James Bradley of North Easton, Massachusetts
Robert Hartley Brooks of Claremont, New Hampshire
Michael Thornton Carrigan of Worcester, Massachusetts
Alfred Ervan Chesley of North Andover, Massachusetts
Horace Wakefield Cristy of Worcester, Massachusetts
Edmond Gerrish Dearborn of Milford, New Hampshire
William Clinton Dickinson of Lisbon, New Hampshire
Loring Holmes Dodd of Brooklyn, New York
Arthur Taylor Downing of Hanover, New Hampshire
*Roger Allen Dunlap of East Concord, New Hampshire
Julius Maltby Dutton of Newport, Vermont
Natt Waldo Emerson of Candia, New Hampshire
Arthur Perry Fairfield of Lyme, New Hampshire
Walter Holden Fletcher of Concord, New Hampshire
Oliver Wallace Foster of Milford, New Hampshire
Josiah Minot Fowler of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
Henry Brockway Gilson of Chicago, Illinois
Everett Walton Goodhue of Westminster, West, Vermont
Frank Harvey Guild of Claremont, New Hampshire
Augustus Andrew Hadley of Marion, Massachusetts
Fred Herbert Hadlock of Piermont, New Hampshire
Guy Andrews Ham of Boston, Massachusetts
‡Harold Ripley Hastings of Nashua, New Hampshire
Royal Hatch of Strafford, Vermont
Arthur Bowers Hayden of Claremont, New Hampshire
George Kelsea Hildreth of Bethlehem, New Hampshire
†Frank Martin Howe of Weston, Vermont
Frederick Warren Jenkins of Bradford, Massachusetts
Frederick Everett Jennings of Everett, Massachusetts
Edmund Joseph Jonakowski of Webster, Massachusetts
Arthur Stevens Kimball of Battle Creek, Michigan
Richard Leonard of Rochester, New Hampshire
*Franklin Crocker Lewis of Centerville, Massachusetts
John Hathaway Long of Claremont, New Hampshire
Cornelius John Mahoney of North Andover, Massachusetts
Joseph William Manion of Weymouth, Massachusetts
Harry Ignatius Marshall of Nashua, New Hampshire
Arthur Martin of Springfield, Ohio
George Frye Merrill of Portland, Maine
Frank Arthur Metcalf of Acworth, New Hampshire
Horace Freeman Moulton of Randolph, Vermont
Lindley Zechariah Murray of Brooklyn, New York
Charles Albert Proctor of Hanover, New Hampshire
Walter Poland Rankin of Boston, Massachusetts
John Chase Redington of Evanston, Illinois
Paul Goodwin Redington of Evanston, Illinois
Harry Webb Richardson of Lisbon, New Hampshire
Arthur Stanley Roberts of Andover, Massachusetts
‡Harry LeBaron Sampson of Middleboro, Massachusetts
Channing Tewksbury Sanborn of Concord, New Hampshire
LeRoy Robinson Sawyer of Orange, Massachusetts
Henry Nelson Teague of Gloucester, Massachusetts
Howard Murray Tibbetts of Calais, Maine
George William Tong of Brooklyn, New York
Donald Dickey Tuttle of Milford, New Hampshire
Leonard Wason Tuttle of Milford, New Hampshire
*Henry Reuben Weston of Windsor, Vermont
James Brown Woodman of West Lebanon, New Hampshire




Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Letters


Edson Moulton Barker of Plymouth, New Hampshire
Burton Winthrop Buck of Manchester, New Hampshire
Clarence Egbert Butterfield of Perkinsville, Vermont
William Edward Clark, Jr. of Charlestown, New Hampshire
William Henry Cook of Chelsea, Massachusetts
Harry Bertram Davis of North Easton, Massachusetts
Charles Hall Dolloff of Everett, Massachusetts
Julian Wallingford Phillips of Framingham, Massachusetts
Leonard Albert Prouty of West Brookfield, Massachusetts
Dwight Bradlee Rich of Roxbury, Massachusetts
Roland Grosvenor Eaton of Danvers, Massachusetts
Calvin Whitten Foss of Pittsfield, New Hampshire
†Homer Eaton Keyes of Brooklyn, New York
Rutherford Thurman Lamar Lewis of Everett, Massachusetts
Louis Augustus Merry of Somerville, Massachusetts
Nathaniel Niles Morse of Brooklyn, New York
William Daniel O'Sullivan of Lawrence, Massachusetts
†Leon Burr Richardon of Lebanon, New Hampshire
Victor Randolph Salinger of Rochester, New Hampshire
William Stickney of Bethel, Vermont
Joseph Wentworth of Sandwich, New Hampshire


Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science


Daniel Alphonsus Arundel of Lawrence, Massachusetts
John William Ash of Manchester, New Hampshire
Fred Edwin Atwood of Chelsea, Vermont
Gilbert Balkam of Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Nathaniel Haven Barrows of Haverhill, Massachusetts
Edward Theodore Brown of Windsor, Vermont
Edgar Randal Cate of Haverhill, Massachusetts
Dayton Lord Condit of St. Paul, Minnesota
Freeman Corson of Rochester, New Hampshire
Charles Allen Drew of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
Alvah Tennant Fowler of Pembroke, New Hampshire
Jasper Manlius Gibson of Clinton, Massachusetts
Charles Hamilton Hoyt of Washington, New Hampshire
Harry Milo Jenkins of Bradford, Vermont
Clarence Godfrey McDavitt of Pompton Lakes, New Jersey
John Ralph Mathes of Dover, New Hampshire
Arthur Henry Norris of Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Clarence Erwin Paddock of East Berlin, Connecticut
Benjamin Franklin Prescott of Epping, New Hampshire
Charles Augustus Rich of Danvers, Massachusetts
Wilfred Cary Risley of Piermont, New Hampshire
Charles Warner Rogers of Alstead, New Hampshire
Charles Sargent of Walpole, New Hampshire
Frank Dana Sears of Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Horace Holmes Sears of Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Embert Hiram Sprague of Haverhill, Massachusetts
Vaughan Ellis Standish of Concord, New Hampshire
Sidney Francis Stevens of Somersworth, New Hampshire
Edward Payson Storrs, Jr. of Hanover, New Hampshire
Arthur Russell Virgin of Boston, Massachusetts
John Bachop Warden of Hanover, New Hampshire
John Hutchinson Wood of Norwich, Vermont


*Cum laude
Magna cum laude
Summa cum laude




Candidates for the Degree of Civil Engineer


Harry Wallace Clark, B. S. of Derry, New Hampshire
John Alfred Gilman, B. S. of West Fairlee, Vermont
Albert Henry Greenwood, B. S. of Lawrence, Massachusetts
George Henry Nolan, B. S. of Middleboro, Massachusetts
Luther Stevens Oakes, B. S. of Windsor, Vermont
Herbert Leslie Watson, B. S. of Manchester, New Hampshire
Thomas Tupper Whittier, B. S. of North Berwick, Maine
Philip Harold Winchester, B. S. of Portland, Maine


Candidate for the Degree of Master of Arts


Albert Ballard Tootell, B. A. of Salem, New Hampshire


Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine


Clarence Pressey Ballard of West Concord, New Hampshire
Ralph Higgins Barker of Pittsfield, New Hampshire
Elmer Ashley Barrows of South Strafford, Vermont
Percy Bartlett, A. B. of Ellsworth, Maine
James Joseph Buckley of Dover, New Hampshire
Burt Wilbur Carr, A. B. of Pittsfield, New Hampshire
William Thomas Elliott of Rumford, Maine
Harold Carl Goodwin of Amesbury, Massachusetts
Eugene Norton Granger of Harrisville, Rhode Island
Albert Buffum Hoag of North Sandwich, New Hampshire
Benjamin Porter Hurd of Unity, Maine
Joseph Howard Ladd of Northfield, Vermont
Samuel Tilden Ladd of Epping, New Hampshire
George Scott Locke, Jr. of Concord, New Hampshire
Patrick William McLaughlin of Clinton, Massachusetts
John Shackford Meserve, B. S. of Dover, New Hampshire
David Henry Monahan, A. B. of Southington, Connecticut
John Blakely Norton, B. S. of Middletown Springs, Vermont
Robert Child Paine of East Woodstock, Connecticut
Carl Taylor Richards, B. L. of Hinsdale, New Hampshire
Kennedy Furlong Rubert, A. B. of Owego, New York
Clinton Joseph Rumrill, A. B. of Royalton, Vermont
Walton Burton Russell of Springfield, Massachusetts
Byron Sanborn, A. B. of Loudon Centre, New Hampshire
Elmer Ulysses Sargent of Belmont, New Hampshire
Karl Raymond Sleeper of Orange, Massachusetts
Harvey Wilbur Smith of Hampden, Maine
William Eugene Smith of Post Mills, Vermont
Roy Joslyn Ward, A. B. of Hanover, New Hampshire
Hiram Batchelder West of Contoocook, New Hampshire





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