His writings included a translation of Mortenson’s "Handbook of Norse Mythology "in 1913, translations of old Dutch letters in "Narratives of the New Netherlands "in 1909, and "Lessons in Old Icelandic "in 1911.Asa Clinton Crowell
Frederick Slocum 1895 received the first Ph.D. in astronomy at Brown in 1898 and served as assistant professor of astronomy from 1899 to 1909.Astronomy
McKinnon, who came as an assistant to his brother-in-law Huggins, worked for seven Brown football coaches from 1909 to 1959, taking over as head trainer when Huggins died in 1924, on the day of the football game with Yale.Athletics
Beginning in 1909, Arthur M. Banta conducted research at the Cold Spring Harbor (Long Island) Station for Experimental Evolution of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.Banta, Arthur M.
Florence H. Danielson, assistant in biology from 1909 to 1916, was followed by Helen B. Whiting from 1916 to 1919, and Helen F. Ordway from 1919 to 1921.Biology
Bailey retired in 1905, and Collins was replaced as assistant professor in 1911 by Harlan H. York, who had recently earned a Ph.D. degree at Johns Hopkins University, and had been an instructor in botany at the University of Texas from 1906 to 1909.Botany
The first edition, which appeared in 1909 was a small brown suede covered volume.Brun Mael
In 1909 it passed rules to protect the site of the freshman banquet from damage by the sophomores.Cammarian Club
The view appeared as a tail piece in "Memories of Brown," published in 1909, where the name of the firm was incorrectly given as "Woodbury-Clayton."Campus
Robert F. Chambers received a bachelor of philosophy degree in 1909, a master of science in 1910, and a master of arts and Ph.D. in 1912, all from Brown, specializing in the study of organic chemistry under Professor John E. Bucher.Chambers, Robert F.
In 1909 a committee of nine unanimously recommended that changes should be made, but after referring the matter to the law committee and considering the legal problems, a majority of five supported pursuing changes in the Charter, while the a minority of four recommended waiting.Charter
He came to Providence, and several generations of alumni had fond memories of him as the janitor at Faunce House from 1909 (when it was still Rockefeller Hall) until his retirement in 1952.College servants
James Q. Dealey also published "The Development of the States" in 1909, "The Family in its Sociological Aspects" in 1912, "Growth of the State Constitutions" in 1915, "State and Government" in 1921, "Foreign Policies of the United States" in 1926, and "Political Situations in Rhode Island" in 1928.Dealey, James Q.
In 1909 a New England Oratorical League was formed by representatives Amherst, Bowdoin, Brown, Wesleyan, and Williams, and the same year a Brown chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, national forensic society, was established.Debating
Curt J. Ducasse received his bachelor and master of arts degrees from the University of Washington in 1908 and 1909, taught there for one year, then went to Harvard as a University Scholar in 1910 and received his Ph.D. degree in 1912.Ducasse, Curt J.
Lida Shaw King, the third dean, had the title of assistant professor of classical philology from 1905 to 1909 and professor of classical literature and archaeology from 1909 to 1922.Faculty
The coaches and their records (assuming that the early coaches were there for the whole season, which may or may not have been so) were: Mr. Howland (4-5-1) in 1892; William Odlin (6-3-0) in 1893; Mr. Norton (10-5-0) in 1894; Wallace Moyle (18-15-2) from 1895 to 1897; Edward North Robinson (140-82-12) in his three times as coach from 1898 to 1901, from 1904 to 1907, and from 1910 to 1925; John A. Gammons (17-10-2) in 1902, 1908, and 1909; David Fultz (5-4-1) in 1903; DeOrmond "Tuss" McLaughry (76-58-5) from 1926 to 1940; J. Neil "Skip" Stahley (14-11-0) from 1941 to 1943; Charles A.Football
Left without a coaching job that year, he was coach at Tufts in 1909, and the next year was once more at Brown, remaining this time until 1925.Football
In 1909 Theta Delta Chi moved into a house which had been purchased by the University and leased to the fraternity.Fraternities
J(ames) Louis Giddings (1909-1964), professor of anthropology, was born in Caldwell, Texas on April 10, 1909.Giddings, James Louis
At his death on May 27, 1907, the "Brown Alumni Monthly" printed these lines about him: A bronze bust of Harkness modeled by William Manatt of Providence six months before Harkness’s death was given to Brown by his widow in 1909.Harkness, Albert 1842
In "Topics of the Month" in the June 1909 "Brown Alumni Monthly" it was recorded: Lida Shaw King had considerable success in raising the separate funds of the college from $66,031 in 1905 to $358,971 in 1921.King, Lida Shaw
In 1908 the women’s pages disappeared, and in 1909 the Women’s College started its own annual, "Brun Mael," which was published until 1970, after which the "Liber Brunensis" became the yearbook of the coeducational institution brought about by the merger of Brown and Pembroke.Liber Brunensis
Other women’s clubs were the short-lived Choral Club in 1909 and the Chapel Choir, established in 1909-10 under the direction of Professor Hamilton MacDougall, and directed by Blanche N. Davis from 1913 to 1938.Musical Clubs
In 1909-10 Arthur Ware Locke (Harvard 1894), who had taught at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire, and had studied in Berlin and Paris, was was instructor in music, teaching the same course.Music
Formal dinners were reinstated in 1909 and held in the spring.Phi Beta Kappa
In 1909 the Association opened a "Brown Settlement" at 470 North Main Street for the purpose of offering classes in civics and English, mainly to boys and young men, intended to reach "3 nationalities, the Jews, the Irish, and the Italians."Religious Societies
Kendall K. Smith earned a master of arts degree at Harvard in 1906, studied at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, and returned to Harvard to earn a Ph.D. degree in 1909.Smith, Kendall K.
Louis F. Snow then had a number of educational appointments: Chairman of the English Department at the Normal School, Cortland, New York, 1908-09; Dean of Teacher’s College and professor of education, State University of Kentucky, 1909-1911; professor of philosophy and education, Wells College, 1911-12; librarian, University of Pittsburgh, 1912-1914; chief of the English Department and librarian, University of the Philippines, 1914-1918.Snow, Louis F.
The Women’s College Class of 1909 decided that year not to continue the "initiation ceremonies," which the sophomores had been accustomed to inflict upon the freshmen.Sophomore Masque
The Class of 1909 decided to initiate the tradition of a "Class Flower."Sophomore Masque
Since the color of the Class of 1909 was pink, the class flower selected was the rose, chosen in secret to be presented at a masque written by the sophomores, which told the story of a princess, who had been put to sleep by a witch and could be awakened only by one flower.Sophomore Masque
Members of the Class of 1909, as creators of the custom, received by vote of the Student Government Association in their senior year the privilege of attending any future sophomore masques.Sophomore Masque