Issue: 19310701

Wednesday, July 1, 1931
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Front Cover
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PUBLISHED FOR THE ALUMNI OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Display Ads
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Western Electric
Western Electric
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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CONTENTS for July, 1931
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Editorial
INCIDENTS OF COMMENCEMENT
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SEVERAL incidents attendant on the 162d Commencement prompt a word of comment; most notably, of course the presentation to President Hopkins by the alumni of the College in grateful recognition of his fifteen years of
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THE TRADITIONAL CLASS DAY EXERCISES ON THE CAMPUS
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
Commencement: The 162nd Year
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The Class of '79 Trumpeters, eight men in cap and gown, appeared at their posts high up on the Baker Library tower at sunset Friday, June 12, and with their music pealing over a campus green and lush with much rain formally
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
CABLEGRAM FROM MR. TUCK
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The cablegram sent by Edward Tuck '62, Dartmouth's greatest benefactor, on the occasion of the luncheon, said:
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
NEW TRUSTEE
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Another event of the luncheon was the announcement of the election of William W. Grant, Jr. '03, of Denver, as a trustee. He takes the place of John R. McLane '07 as alumni trustee, elected by the board of trustees upon
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
OTHER LUNCHEON EVENTS
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Bancroft H. Brown, professor of Mathematics, gave a speech at the luncheon representing the faculty, and Jack R. Warwick '31, of New Rochelle, New York, spoke representing the graduating class. At the brief business session
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
CLASS DAY
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Class Day, beamed upon by a genial sun, followed the traditional sequence of events Saturday. The senior class marched from the senior fence to the speaking platform at the Webster Hall corner of the campus, where W. P. Steck,
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
SUNDAY
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Another distinctive feature of this Commencement was the baccalaureate address, given this year by President Hopkins. The President's address, "Attributes of Vision," is printed in this issue, together with his valedictory to
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
BASEBALL, LUNCHEON, AND THE BALL
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The feature event of Monday was the alumni luncheon, already described. The luncheon, and a heavy rain, followed quickly upon the conclusion of the baseball game, which Dartmouth lost to Boston College 2-0 and which was
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Commencement: The 162nd Year
CLIMAX AND CONCLUSION
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Intermittent showers of rainstorm proportions continued through Monday night and early Tuesday morning, and as the time for the "big show" of the Commencement season approached there was some apprehension, but once more
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TRUSTEE MEETING
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The resignation of Albert O. Brown '78 from the board of trustees of the College after 20 years of service was announced following the Commencement meeting of the trustees Saturday, June 13. Governor Brown in submitting his
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Class Notes
Class Notes
Class of 1871: Sixty Years Out of College
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William S. Dana
The Class of '71 held its twelfth reunion at Hanover to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of graduation. Of the thirteen surviving members, six—Abbott, Dana, Flint, Gilchrist, Ham and Upham, were present at the roll-call.
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Reunion of the Class of '76
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
The '76 group at Hanover, for the "Fifty-fifth," numbered sixteen, seven men and nine women, about half the number present five years ago. The proportion of living graduates (30%) was certainly not large, but as surely not
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Class Notes
The Fifty Year Class: Class of 1881
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Myron W. Adams
Considering the number of years since they left college, it was a vigorous looking group which presented itself at the table of the Fifty Year Class at the alumni dinner on Monday. They were happily introduced by their
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Class Notes
Class Notes
Class of 1886 Forty-Fifth Reunion
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Leslie P. Snow
President and Mrs. Newton were on hand to welcome the early arrivals Friday afternoon at South Massachusetts Hall, the assigned headquarters for the Eighty-Sixth reunion. By Saturday noon a majority of those expected had
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Class Notes
Class Notes
Class of 1891: Fortieth Reunion
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Frank E. Rowe
In bringing to the alumni the news that the Class of 1891 returned in strong enough force to be easily entitled to have its numerals engraved on the cup donated by the Class of 1894 to encourage bigger and better unions, the
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Class Notes
Class of 1896 Reunion
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Carl H. Richardson
The 85th Reunion of '96 was one of the most successful it has ever had. While our class was the smallest graduating class in fifty years or more, and in spite of the severe loss by death since graduation, we turned out twenty
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Thirtieth Reunion: Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
skies and emerald lawns greeted 1901 as they reuned once more with the old college. Year after year more men come back earlier, and stay later, and so this year's crowd began coming in Thursday, and some even waited to see the
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Class Notes
Twenty-Fifth Reunion of the Class of 1906
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Francis L. Childs
The twenty-fifth reunion of the Class of 1906 has come and gone, adding many more pleasant memories to the full treasury of recollection of happy days in Hanover that is the cherished possession of all of us. In spite of the
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Nineteen Eleven's Twin Tenth
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Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Historically speaking the Twentieth is now a thing of the past. Actually those who were there are still dwelling in their thoughts of the fine time they all had. Not as many were back as at former reunions, but whenever one
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Notes of 1916's Reunion
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Jesse K. Fenno
Balmacaan's Fifteenth started officially with a reception given by the Bob Steinerts in their room in Middle Fayerweather, on Friday the twelfth, at four seventeen, Hanover time. The following were present at the reception or
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1921 Tenth Reunion
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Herrick Brown
Ninety-one men answered the call of "'21 Up!!" for the Tenth and of these forty four brought their wives while two of the class had their girl friends along. And when the last member had checked out of Topliffe Hall and the
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1926 in the Hills: The Glorious Fifth
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J. Branton Wallace
Though the smoke of battle has hardly cleared away, may we repeat that our Fifth Reunion constituted the greatest gang of good guys and gals ever gotten together at a gleeful gathering to guard against gloom. In numbers, some
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'26 REUNION COMMITTEE
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BRANT WALLACE, BILL HUGHES, CHARLIE BISHOP, TINT MARSANS
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Class of 1928
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Jack Phelan and Phil Shetman
Although the Class of 1928 was not so strong on numbers for the third reunion, the members who were fortunate enough to return to Hanover will never forget the hectic week-end, the renewing of acquaintances and the various
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Annual Meeting of the Alumni Council
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The Alumni Council met in Hanover on Friday, June 12. The following members were present: New England States Guy C. Richards '96 Arthur A. Adams '94 Carl F. Woods '04 Middle and Southern States Warren F. Kimball '11
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT
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Mr. Leggett reported for this committee and stated that there were two matters to be brought before the Council. He announced that the collection of funds for the anniversary gift to President Hopkins had more than exceeded
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SELECTIVE PROCESS
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Mr. Leggett spoke of the excellent record again made by the Council in assisting the office of the Director of Admissions in carrying on the work of the selective process. He stated that there was this year an even higher
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THE ALUMNI FUND
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W. J. Minsell '07, chairman of the Alumni Fund committee of the Council, reported on this important feature of the Council's activity. He said that it was possible for the Council to assist the committee a great deal throughout
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COUNCILOR-ELECT
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DR. ARTHUR H. RUGGLES '02 Successful Candidate from the New England District
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COMMITTEE ON ALUMNI PROJECTS
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Wright Hugus '13 reported for this committee. He stated that the Dartmouth Outing Club of Boston had progressed in an excellent manner in making its plans for activity during the coming year. Upon his recommendation and with
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THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL
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Lemuel G. Hodgkins '00 reported upon the activity of the athletic council during the past few months. He said that funds for the squash courts now under construction are being taken from general funds of the council. He
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THE BOSTON POW WOW
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Mr. Leggett called for a discussion of the proposed Boston Pow Wow, as an item of unfinished business. He asked John R. Burleigh '14 to speak for the committee of the Boston Alumni Association which has been engaged in making
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NOVEMBER MEETING
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Upon the invitation of Carl F. Woods '04, the Council voted to hold its annual fall meeting in Boston on Friday, November 27; the exact time and place to be later determined.
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RESOLUTIONS
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Philip S. Marden '94, chairman of the committee on resolutions, reported the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted:
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS
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As the final item on the business program, Mr. Leggett called for the report of the nominating committee from its chairman, Mr. Marden. The committee presented the following names of officers and committees for the year
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MEETING WITH PRESIDENT
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Previous to adjournment Mr. Leggett extended to the members of the Council an invitation in behalf of President and Mrs. Hopkins to attend a dinner in honor of the Council at the President's house immediately following the
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Characterizations of Honorary Degree Recipients
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DOCTOR OF SCIENCE Saranac Lake, New York
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Attributes of Vision: The Baccalaureate Address
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President Ernest Martin Hopkins
at the Baccalaureate Services in the Dartmouth College Chapel, June 14, 19S1
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Sports
Following the Big Green Teams
Following the Big Green Teams
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Phil Sherman
Although the excitement of Commencement has gone, and Hanover is again a deserted village, the baseball team at this writing still has a single game to play, although for all intents and purposes the players have closed their
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Following the Big Green Teams
Athletes Graduated
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Football: Paul Crehan' Charles NimS' Harold Andres, Edmund Sutton, Gabriel Bromberg, John Goodwillie, Henry Johnson, Charles Sullivan.
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Following the Big Green Teams
1930-31 Athletic Record
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Of more than passing interest is the year's athletic record. Dartmouth teams won 103 contests and lost 68 for the year's total, but this good showing was considerably bolstered by a marvelous freshman class which dropped only four contests
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Directory of Alumni Associations and Classes
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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Founded in 1854President, J. Frank Drake '02. Vice-Presidents, Basil O'Connor '12 Donald B. Aldrich '17. Secretary, Sidney C. Hayward '26. Statistical Secretary, John M. Comstock '77. Treasurer, Perley R. Bugbee '90.
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MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
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Founded in 1886President, Dr. Halsey B. Loder '05. Secretary and Treasurer, Rolf C. Syvertsen '18, Hanover, N. H. Annual meeting at Commencement in Hanover.
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THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
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Founded in 1903President, Frederick H. Munkelt '08, Petroleum Iron Works Co., 25 West 4Srd St., New York, N. Y. Secretary, Allen P. Richmond, Jr. '14 Am. Soc. C. E. 39 West 39th St., New York, N. Y. Treasurer, Philip L.
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AMOS TUCK SCHOOL CLEARING HOUSE
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The Associated Alumni of the Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance Founded in 1921President, Thurmond Brown '06,60 E. 42nd St., New York, N. Y.Secretary, Albert W. Frey '20, Hanover, N. H. Annual meeting at Commencement in
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SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
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Founded in 1905President, WARDE WILKINS '13. Secretary, Sidney C. Hayward '26, Hanover, N. H. Annual meeting in May, at Hanover.
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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS
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Arranged by geographical divisions. State and city Associations arranged alphabetically in each geographical division.
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