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
The 1913 team won seventeen of its twenty games, losing to Yale twice and to Holy Cross.Baseball
During the 1913 season Frank Gilbreth, an efficiency expert residing in Providence, took motion picture films of the baseball players to use in improving their batting and throwing.Baseball
Marion L. Shorey was instructor in physiology and household economics from 1904 to 1906, as was Alice W. Wilcox from 1906 to 1913.Biology
From 1910 to 1913 Harold S. Bucklin taught school in Ironwood, Michigan, after which he was resident and playground director at the Henry Street Settlement in New York while he was a graduate student at the New York School of Social Work, where he received a master of arts degree in 1915.Bucklin, Harold S.
In 1913 about 225 feet of tunnel, six feet high, was constructed to connect almost all the buildings.Campus
Zechariah, Jr. graduated from Brown in 1907 and worked for a few years in his father’s business before entering Harvard Law School, where he received his LL.B. degree in 1913.Chafee, Zechariah Ã07
Stephen S. Colvin published "The Learning Process" in 1911, "Human Behavior" with William C. Bagley in 1913, and "Introduction to High School Teaching," an extensively used teacher-training text-book, in 1917.Colvin, Stephen S.
East Building was part of a double house of Meeting Street, which was pressed into service as a recitation hall for the women students in 1913, with three classrooms "of such a size that no words of the professor’s melt in distance before they reach the farthermost student."East Building
Additions to the department in the early part of the twentieth century were Arthur H. Blanchard, who taught civil engineering from 1899 to 1910, Ansel Brooks, who taught mechanical drawing from 1903 to 1920, and Leighton T. Bohl, who taught civil engineering from 1913 to 1955.Engineering
The Rand Fund, established by a gift of one hundred dollars from Professor Albert E. Rand in 1913-14, was increased by other contributions and put at the disposal of the dean of undergraduates as an emergency loan fund for students who needed aid for a short time.Financial aid
An interfraternity council, composed of one representative from each fraternity, was appointed in 1913 to propose new rushing rules.Fraternities
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 1913, in the wake of the Titanic disaster, a rule was passed requiring all students to be able to swim a distance of 150 feet before receiving their diplomas, and subsequently one period of swimming instruction was substituted for a period of gymnastic drill.Physical Education
M. Elizabeth Bates was instructor in hygiene and physical education from 1913 to 1919, and was followed by Nellie E. Bussell from 1919 to 1922.Physical Education
Merton Philip Stoltz (1913-1989), provost and acting president of Brown University, was born in Glidden, Wisconsin, on March 28, 1913.Stoltz, Merton P.
Bates House on Olive Street was bequeathed to the Women’s College by Isaac C. Bates in 1913.Student housing
In its most successful season to date, Brown won three out of four dual meets in 1913, and defeated Amherst and Williams in the triangular league.Swimming
A swimming test, which had been required of the male students since 1913, was first mentioned as a physical education requirement for women students in 1931-32.Swimming
In 1913 Brown finished second again in the New Englands, and Taber set new New England records in the mile and half-mile.Track
Rohn Truell (1913-1968), professor of applied mathematics, was born on April 6, 1913, in Washington, D. C. He earned a bachelor of science degree in engineering at Lehigh University in 1935, and received his Ph.D. degree from Cornell in 1941.Truell, Rohn
In December 1913, after directing the Christmas music performed by his church choir, Winslow Upton became ill with pneumonia and died on January 8, 1914.Upton, Winslow
Lester Frank Ward (1841-1913), called the "father of American sociology," was born in Joliet, Illinois, on June 18, 1841, the youngest of ten children.Ward, Lester F.
His situation at that time is summed up in his letter of February 8, 1865, to Abraham Lincoln, seeking support in his application for employment: Ward died on April 18, 1913 in Washington.Ward, Lester F.