Issue: 19400201

Thursday, February 1, 1940
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THe Hanover Jnn
THe Hanover Jnn
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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THE NEW NUGGET
THE NEW NUGGET
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Local Torquemadas
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WINTER SPORTS MAP
WINTER SPORTS MAP
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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The "HURRICANE" Thumb-Back
The "HURRICANE" Thumb-Back
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Smilin Thru
Smilin Thru
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Frank Brothers
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NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
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Nightly at the
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GULFLEX REGISTERED LUBRICATION
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MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO.,INC.
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CHEVROLER For '40
CHEVROLER For '40
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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The Editor
IF THE NUMBER of requests for the mail address of Mr. Francis M. Qua '11 is an indication, he is doubtless still in the midst of a brisk correspondence with both critical and complimentary readers of his article in our last
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Harry Wellman
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The Editor
A NY QUESTION OF CHANGE in the College, for possible improvement, is one that has always interested Harry Wellman of whose varied and distinctive career Professor John Hurd '21 writes in this issue. In his suggestion, made
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
For Later Life
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The Editor
THE SCOPE AND VARIETY of extra-curricular activities as they have developed in recent years, and as described by Professor Allan Macdonald in his article "Education Without Books" in this issue, may surprise readers. Not so
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
30th Birthday
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The Editor
CORDIALLY REVIEWED by Mr. Goodrich in our last issue there is really no need for further praise of TheDartmouth Book of Winter Sports (A. S. Barnes Co.) except our keen interest in so doing, and our desire to add emphasis to one
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
More Fun at Home
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The Editor
THE COLLEGE CALENDAR was revised slightly this year by omitting the reading periods before mid-year and final examinations and providing a midwinter holiday with the week thus salvaged. The vacation comes early this month,
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 1
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, FEBRUARY, 1940, VOL. 32, NO. 5
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Article
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More Than Professor
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JOHN HURD JR. '21
Harry Richmond Wellman '07 Is Business Man, Personnel Officer, Adviser on College Affairs, Salmon Champion
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR FRED SHANEMAN '24, Tacoma, Wash., vice president of Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co., in charge of west coast operations.
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17,18,19,20
Article
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Education Without Books
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Davis Jackson '36
Non-Academic Creative Activity in College Ties Body and Mind Together, and Touches the Soul ALLAN MACDONALD ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
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Professors At Play II. Present Day
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Davis Jackson '36
THE GRADUATE CLUB, as noted in the first of these two articles, has had its ups and downs. Much like any fraternity, it has had its periods of depression and struggle and its periods of popularity and prosperity. Though the
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Music In the Center
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Benfield Pressey
PROJECTED NEW WEBSTER HALL TO INCLUDE DIVERSE FUNCTIONS
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21,22,23
Article
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Michael Fraenkel's Writing, a Way of Life; Four Good Books of 1939; Prof. Knight's Suggestions
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Suggestions
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
PROFESSOR BRUCE W. KNIGHT, teacher, author, and humorist, is one of Dartmouth's most popular instructors in economics. His interests are many, and he has something which surely his "dismal" science needs, an ironic humor and
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE CONNECTICUT RIVER AND OTHER POEMS
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A Young Poet with Great Promise Appears In Yale's Younger Poets Series
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A SYNOPTIC HISTORY OF THE GRANITE STATE,
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Herbert W. Hill
by John HenryBartlett '94. M. A. Donahue & Co., Chicago and New York, 1939. pp. xvi, 175. #2.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
JESUS AND EARTHQUAKES
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E. P. Kelly '06
by FrankE. Austin; '95 privately printed in Hanover, N. H.; 91 pages; $1.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FIVE CUMMINGTON POEMS:
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Edward Fritz '40
1939-Published by the Cummington Schoolat the Kraushar Press, Northampton,Mass. 25c.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE CUBAN FISCAL SYSTEM,
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J. M. McDaniel
1939,l by Roswell Magill '16 and Carl Shoup, pp.127.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
HERE IS A BOOK (SCOOP)
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By MarshallMcClintock '26, published by the Vanguard. Press, will '26 reviewed in the next issue of this MAGAZINE.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
AN OUTLINE OF ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES AND PROBLEMS
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Richard L. Funkhouser '30
Francis A. Linville. Saga Press, p. 217.75C.
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25,26
Article
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The Ledyard Bridge
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AMOS N. BLANDIN JR. '18
I am the Ledyard Bridge. The times have passed me by And tomorrow I go to mingle with the waters That have flowed beneath my timbers since long ere The century was born. But now with the swift approach Of autumn dusk I summon
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NEWS OF THE FACULTY
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E. P. K.
PROFESSOR LLOYD P. RICE of the Department of economics has returned to his teaching in the College after an absence of seven months, during which time he has been serving as Financial Adviser to the Philippine Islands
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Letters to the Editor
Beyond Reach
Beyond Reach
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To THE EDITOR:
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FLYBITES & BLISTERS.... GREAT PEACE OF MIND
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Gerald F. Cobleigh '15
THIS IS A BRIEF summary of the canoe trip that I took in Northern Quebec last autumn.
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News of the College
President Plans Tour
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HAVING ENDED HIS enforced respite from alumni speaking engagements with dinner meetings in Manchester, January 26, and in Boston, President Hopkins during February and March will appear at a series of eight dinners in alumni
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News of the College
Council Nominations
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SECRETARIES OF alumni clubs and associations have been notified that certain positions on the Alumni Council will become vacant in June. According to constitutional provisions the nominations for these places will be made by
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News of the College
Franklin McDuffee Dies
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FRANKLIN MCDUFFEE '21, professor of English and Dartmouth poet, died suddenly on January 8, at the age of 41. A victim of carbon monoxide poisoning, he was found dead in his Valley Road garage when neighbors investigated the
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News of the College
Dr. Bielschowsky Dies
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DR. ALFRED BIELSCHOWSKY, professor of ophthalmology and director of the Dartmouth Eye Institute, died on January 5, following an operation in a Brooklyn, N. Y., hospital. His death at the age of 68 occurred while he was on his
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News of the College
Chase Prize
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THROUGH THE BEQUEST of Edward M. Chase, merchant and philanthropist of Manchester, N. H., Dartmouth College has been left $5,000 for the establishment of a prize related to the promotion of world peace. According to Mr. Chase's
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News of the College
Drama Center
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ACTIVITIES LOOKING toward the proposed, million-dollar Dartmouth Center for Drama, Music and Radio are continuing on three fronts. A special committee in Hanover is devoting itself to perfecting the working drawings for the
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News of the College
Dean Bill to Speak
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IT is ANNOUNCED by the Secretary's Office that E. Gordon Bill, Dean of the Faculty, will visit several alumni clubs and associations late this month and early in March. The dinner meetings will be planned to include not only
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News of the College
St. Petersburg Meeting
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FOLLOWING THE ANNUAL custom, alumni in and near St. Petersburg, Fla., will meet this year on Friday, February 23. Mrs. Edwin B. Frost, widow of the distinguished member of the class of 1886, will entertain all Dartmouth visitors
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News of the College
Prize Wilderness Cabin
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FIRST PRIZE IN Class I of the Dartmouth Outing Club cabin-design contest has been awarded to C. Wesley Dingman '31 of Springfield, Mass., for his plan and sketch of a "wilderness cabin" shown in the accompanying illustration.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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R. E. Glendinning '40
Dartmouth Students Return from Christmas Vacation To Face a New Decade, Rid of "Limping Thirties"
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The Undergraduate Chair
A DECADE OF RENEGING
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R. E. Glendinning '40
No one has given a name to the "thirties" yet, but if we were asked to give it a title our vote would be for the "Limping Thirties" as a follow-up for the "Roaring Twenties." Ten years of reneging the things built up in the
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The Undergraduate Chair
ABOUT THE CAMPUS
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R. E. Glendinning '40
A myth that is as old as the Dean's office has been exploded, and it is too bad because undergraduates for generations have taken a vicarious delight in imagining that somewhere in Mr. Neidlinger's heavy rolltop desk there is
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The Undergraduate Chair
Somnolent Episode
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R. E. Glendinning '40
It happened just before the Christmas vacation. A junior walked into his Economics 1 class at nine o'clock; he opened his notebook, took out his fountain pen and promptly fell asleep. At the end of the period he was still
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With the Players
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Charles Bolte 41
AUDIENCE TAKES LUSTILY TO CRITIC'S ROLE FOR EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE
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30TH CARNIVAL TO BE A BIG BIRTHDAY PARTY
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Peter Glenn '41
ONE OF THE MOST spectacular birthday parties the Dartmouth campus can ever hope to see will be thrown on Febru ary 9th and 10th—a birthday party, honoring the Dartmouth Winter Carnival's 30th anniversary, that will be featured
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With the Outing Club
With the Outing Club
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Edward Fritz '40
Ski Team, Though Still Strong, May Have Reached the End of Its Long Reign of Intercollegiate Supremacy
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With the Outing Club
CLUB HOUSE REMODELED
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Edward Fritz '40
The Outing Club House on Occom Pond has long been an outstanding social resource of the D.O.C. Given by the Class of 1900 a decade ago, it has had a hard life, and a busy one. Unfortunately the finances of the Club were not
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With the Outing Club
SKATING TEACHER JOINS STAFF
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Edward Fritz '40
Last month the Outing Club, with the Hanover Inn and the Recreation Department, obtained the services of Jack Durrance '39 as full-time ski teacher for the College and alumni. Already great achievements can be claimed for this
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With the Outing Club
BOYS' CAMP PLANNED
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Edward Fritz '40
While the skiing season at the Moosilauke Ravine Camp is in full swing, it seems paradoxical to speak about the coming summer season there. But we are happy to announce that alumni and friends of the College will have an
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Program for 30th Annual Winter Carnival
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Friday, February 9 9:30 A.M. Downhill Ski Race on Moose Mountain Trail. 2:00 P.M. Eastern Intercollegiate Speed Skating Championships on Occom Pond. Start of Fifteen-Kilometer Cross-Country Ski Race at the Golf Club
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Whitey Fuller '37
Basketball and Hockey Teams, Picked By Experts To Lose Their League Titles, Make Upsetting Starts
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Sports
Big Green Teams
February Sports
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BASKETBALL Feb. 3 Princeton 7 Harvard at Cambridge 10 Yale 16 Cornell 17 Army 21 Pennsylvania at Philadelphia 24 Columbia 26 Yale at New Haven
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Keene
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R. G. Putney '22
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH annual meeting of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Alumni Association was held at the Hotel Ellis, Thursday evening, December 28, 1939, with President Dave Putnam presiding.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Twin Cities
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C. E. Whitney '24
THE HOLIDAY SMOKER was held December 31 at the home of Henry Thrall, with alumni, undergraduates and prospective students there in large quantities. It was pleasant to renew old acquaintances and mingle with the "younger
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News from Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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Robert F. Swander '33
THE YEAR 1939 has ended in fine style for the Dartmouth Club of Cleveland. The annual Christmas party for prospective Dartmouth students was held on Saturday, December 30. Chairman Jack Gilchrist '35 arranged an exceptionally
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News from Alumni Clubs
Denver
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Jack Gray '37
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Great Divide was held November 25 at the University Club. It was a meeting of outstanding proportions because it brought Bob Strong to Denver for the first time
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News from Alumni Clubs
Manchester
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Kenneth W. Davis '24
THE FIFTH ANNUAL Alumni-Undergraduate Luncheon Saturday noon, December 30, attracted the largest attendance yet—6B. As formerly, the undergraduates were guests of the alumni and featured the meeting under the assistant
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News from Alumni Clubs
Detroit
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Richard W. Brown '29
DARTMOUTH NIGHT STARTED the winter season of activities in Detroit, being celebrated by 40 members of the alumni association attending a dinner at the University Club. Colored movies from the college film library furnished
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News from Alumni Clubs
Wellesley, Mass.
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Allan C. Gottschaldt '18
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Dartmouth Club of Wellesley will be held Monday evening, March 4, at the Wellesley (Mass.) Country Club. Richard Nichols '26 will preside at the dinnernd will introduce two featured speakers from
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News from Alumni Clubs
Saint Louis
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D. J. Derwin Jr. '35
THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON of the Saint Louis Club was a great success. About one hundred persons attended and were privileged to hear a few words from several of the undergraduates, who interpreted the latest trends and
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News from Alumni Clubs
Framingham, Mass.
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A. P. Williams '15
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Alumni Association of Southern Middlesex County was held December 28, with Ross McKenney, outdoor counselor and adviser of the D. O. C. as speaker. Ross did a wonderful job and his efforts in getting
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News from Alumni Clubs
Central Pennsylvania
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John A. Bogar '29
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Central Pennsylvania got away to a flying start for the 1940 season with a re-organization meeting held January 8 in Harrisburg. The following men were elected to office to serve for one year: H. G. Van
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News from Alumni Clubs
D. 0. C. of Boston
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Francis C. Ryder '30
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, is the date set for our Annual Winter Carnival on the Club's property in Groton. We have widened and lengthened our private slope beyond the cabin so the slalom and downhill races for men, women, and
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News from Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milt Shultz '30
ACTIVITY IN THIS SECTOR has been rather quiet during the past month. The most important bit of news is the transfer of Hugo Gumbart Jr. '16 to Cincinnati from Bethlehem. The transfer was made quite suddenly and was a swell
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News from Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33
UNDERGRADUATE SPEAKERS SUGGESTED by Palaeopitus had an important role at Christmas vacation meetings throughout the state at which students, fathers and prospective Dartmouth men were guests of Alumni Clubs.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Boston
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Jack Devlin '37
THE REPORT INTENDED for the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE was lost in the pre-holiday rush. This being the case, a bit of ancient history must be rehashed first in order that the record may be kept straight.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Western Pennsylvania
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Bill Lang '33
SINCE WE MISSED the January issue, we cannot omit reference here to the well attended Dartmouth Night party on Nov. 15 at the University Club. Seventy local alumni, wives and friends enjoyed "Sun Valley" skiing movies and a
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News from Alumni Clubs
Baltimore
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Harold R. Hastings '00
NOT MUCH DARTMOUTH NEWS to report from Baltimore this month. However, our holiday reunion of undergraduates and alumni was much enjoyed, as usual. Seven undergraduates and ten alumni met for luncheon at the Merchants Club
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Rochester
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[no value]
Wes Beattie '33
THE RECEPTION GIVEN the basketball team on its visit here on December 30 proved to be somewhat warmer than we had anticipated as the score—University of Rochester-37—Dartmouth-35—will attest. We felt that we had made them
4719181_19400201_000079.xml
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News from Alumni Clubs
Philadelphia
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[no value]
Richard W. Hardt '34
DARTMOUTH NIGHT WAS CELEBRATED at the Club with an informal dinner and movies of football, past and present, by Bob Hall of Yale. Several reels of shots of outstanding plays of the 1939 season were followed by some "old-timers"
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News from Alumni Clubs
New York
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Malcolm G. Rollins '11
PROBABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT event of the past month was the meeting, in December, of the Finance Committee of the Trustees of the College. President Hopkins, Halsey Edgerton and Donald Barr represented the College. Vic Cutter
4719181_19400201_000081.xml
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News from Alumni Clubs
Westchester
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[no value]
[no value]
Uncle Winnie
FLASH!- Pleasantville, New York: Word has been received from a source considered unimpeachable by your Secretary that our good friend and fellow college-mate Eddie Roe, accompanied by his lovely better half Eloise, has started
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Northeastern New York
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[no value]
[no value]
Bradley Carnell '30
A MEETING EARLY in January at which this year's Yale pictures were shown was attended by 26 assorted alumni, undergraduates and candidates for admission. Two Yale men turned up from nowhere, allowing as how they were doing
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News from Alumni Clubs
Holyoke
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[no value]
M. D. Pomeroy '14
THE HOLYOKE DARTMOUTH CLUB had its regular elections recently. New officers are: W. Brewster Towne '36, President; Stuart A. Russell '19, Secretary- Treasurer; C. S. Lyon '10, C. H. Kent '10 and M. D. Pomeroy '14, Board of
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News from Alumni Clubs
Central Ohio
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[no value]
[no value]
Rowland S. Wilson '34
THE REGULAR MONTHLY luncheon of the Dartmouth Club of Central Ohio was held December 19th, 1939, at the University Club of Columbus.
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Worcester
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[no value]
[no value]
D. G. Mix '21
ON WEDNESDAY, December 27th, the Dartmouth Club of Worcester County held their annual luncheon for undergraduates, sub-freshmen, and their fathers.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Long Island
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[no value]
[no value]
Art Keleher '27
A DARTMOUTH CLUB is being formed on Long Island. At a meeting at Bill Coulson's house on December 15 we got started with a group of 10. Mr. Horace (Jigger) Pender '97 was made temporary chairman, and Arthur B. Keleher '27,
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Dallas
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[no value]
[no value]
W. A. Green Jr. '14
ON THE OCCASION of the visit of Dean Bob Strong to Dallas on December 9, the Dartmouth Alumni of Texas seemed to come to life after hibernating for quite a long period.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Dartmouth in Dixie
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[no value]
[no value]
AlvaS. Wilson '25
PREXY is COMING! Of prime interest to all Dartmouth men in the South is the announcement, appearing elsewhere in this issue of the MAGAZINE, of Prexy Hopkins' projected visit to Atlanta on March 30. Returning from the Pacific
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1876*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. HENRY H. PIPER
The Secretary of the Class of '76 finds his relations with the Secretaries of earlier classes maturing and gaining in interest, but especially his relations with the Secretaries of those classes whose reunions have come at the
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1878*
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[no value]
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W. D. PARKINSON
Bouton likes the idea of organizing Friends of Dartmouth, and is sure women should be included. In this connection he cites the fact that Mrs. Edwin B. Frost, widow of the astronomer, is accustomed to invite the alumni of St.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1880
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[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL S. PERRY
Too late to be included in the last Issue of the MAGAZINE comes a letter from George M. Davidson of Chicago, who at the time it was written was resting at home from a Summer trip to Alaska. Since his retirement from active
4719181_19400201_000092.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1882
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[no value]
[no value]
HERBERT L. LUQUES
Coburn is passing the winter at 1646 Francisca St., Pasadena, California.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1885*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
The Secretary's annual message to the class this year was sent out as a New Year's rather than as a Christmas letter, one of the reasons being that Christmas has become such a busy time that it seemed advisable to try the
4719181_19400201_000094.xml
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News from the Glasses
1886*
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY W. THURSTON
Did you know that Fairbanks had recently given more than 500 volumes of his own classical library to the Baker Library? In years to come, as well as today, Dartmouth students will be helped by our Arthur.
4719181_19400201_000095.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1887
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[no value]
[no value]
EMERSON RICE
Hadlock has been appointed class agent by Judge Bingham The annual meeting and dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Florida will be held at Saint Petersburg Friday, February 23d. All Dartmouth College men visiting or
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1888*
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[no value]
[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
Nine living men of '88 reported to this office just before the old year passed into history. That you may know who is still living the list is appended—Clark, Cobb, Dunlap, Ely, Hardy, Lougee, Nelson, Spencer, and Williams, W.
4719181_19400201_000097.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1889*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
Our notes this month must be brief. (As I write this I seem to feel the editor giving me a pat on the back!) This is not because our men are hibernating, even though half of us are now "retired," but because we have been
4719181_19400201_000098.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1890
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
Prof. Maurice Robinson is located at 167 East New England Ave., Winter Park, Fla. for the winter. He has had a cottage at Pine Orchard, Conn., for some years.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1891
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
Only item the Secretary can enter is the notice from the Alumni Office that Fred E. Prichard is at 256 Second Street, No., St. Petersburg, Florida.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
News of Doty's death came to me in a telegram from his daughter, Margaret, whom we remember so well as a regular attendant at reunions. Through Sargent arrangements were made for him to represent the Class at the funeral
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1893*
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[no value]
[no value]
HARLAN C. PEARSON
WILLARD G. ABORN
How many of the Class of 1893 remember the large meerschaum Class pipe? It has been until very recently in the possession of our Class Secretary and now rests with the Acting Secretary. A note from "Skid" is as follows:
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1894*
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[no value]
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
One doesn't like even to seem to run an opposition to the eloquent descriptions of the seasons which Al Dickerson issues from his upper room in the Administration Building but the following is submitted as an example of what a
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1895
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[no value]
[no value]
ROWLAND E. STEVENS
If there is one thing which the Secretary is determined to avoid if possible, it is high-pressure tactics in matters personal to class members, financially speaking. Apparently the 100% plan is not a class desideratum. I wish
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1896
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[no value]
[no value]
H. D. LAKEMAN
Your Secretary has just been informed that our classmate, Herbert A. Warden, was elected Mayor of Newburg, New York, last November. It seems that Warden, a Democrat, was supported by the NonPartisan Citizen Committee and the
4719181_19400201_000105.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1897
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST W. BUTTERFIELD
Does everyone remember Archie Mills, slender, shy, with sensitive face and friendly ways? He has had much business interest on the west coast from Seattle and on toward the south. He has two competent and well educated sons and
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1898*
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[no value]
[no value]
H. PHILIP PATEY
When Bill Cunningham confers an accolade in his column it is always worth reading. When he confers one on a member of the class it is well that all members of the class have the opportunity of reading it. When Phil Patey was
4719181_19400201_000107.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1899*
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[no value]
[no value]
RALPH W. HAWKES
In Worcester courts his oratory frequently holds sway, For Owen Hoban surely is a capable D. A. He went to Dartmouth, Holy Cross and B. U. Law, and then Hung out a Gardner shingle in the way of legal men. They named him
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1900*
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[no value]
[no value]
LEON B. RICHARDSON
A portion of the items sent in for the 1900 notes in the January issue was omitted for lack of space. In the opinion of the Secretary the material was as good as the average of that which he writes, but, of course, the MAGAZINE
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1901*
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Guy C. Ricker was lost from our records for sometime but has been located in Kansas City, Mo. His spine was injured in a fall recently and he is in very poor health. He has a sister living in Wolfeboro, and Harlan Curtis used
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News from the Glasses
1902*
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
Bill Mahoney has rounded out over twenty-six years with The Merchants' Association of New York, at its offices in the Woolworth Building. Bill takes his vacations in the winter in Southern California so as to substitute
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News from the Glasses
1903*
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[no value]
DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
Robert Davis, Lecturer in Biblical Literature at Midcllebury College, Editorial Writer of the New York Herald-Tribune, was one of the speakers at the Dartmouth Night celebration in November.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1904*
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN II
1904-1905 FOR LAW AND ORDER The New York Times of December 10 says:
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News from the Glasses
1905*
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[no value]
[no value]
R. H. HARDING
Gib Fall writes:—I am looking forwardto 1940 with great hope and optimism.One thing I know will make it a greatyear for me and that is our reunion inHanover in June. I guess I am looking forward to it as a small boy does to Christmas. Fair
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News from the Glasses
1906*
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL LEVERONE
Bob Carpenter, who is president of The Carpenter Metal Products Company at Cleveland, Ohio, is now marketing an item which is creating a sensation—an indestructible aluminum baseball bat. He is hoping to get the New York
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1907*
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY R. LANE
Judge and Mrs. McLane announced on January 1 the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth to David J. Bradley of Madison, Wisconsin and Woods Hole, Mass. Miss McLane is a Sophomore at Smith College and Mr. Bradley is a recent
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News from the Glasses
1908*
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[no value]
[no value]
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
There is sadness in the class news this month. Art Eberly and Fred Stripp have joined that increasing group of classmates who will never again return for reunions.
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News from the Glasses
1909*
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[no value]
[no value]
HARRY R. FLOYD
I owe an apology to George Adams who took the picture of our reunion which appeared in a recent issue. I gave the credit for this to Curt Sheldon in error. I hope George will forgive me after this apology.
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News from the Glasses
1910*
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[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD P. HINMAN
DOUGHTY HE-MEN .... "There were nearly 200 of them, and a more healthy, happy, jovial, sociable crowd you could not get together for there are no superfluous frills on the genuine Dartmouth man" .... so ran a Feb. 14, 1895
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News from the Glasses
1911*
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
Here's to Bert Shurtleff, a loyal son of Dartmouth who died at his home in New Bedford in December.
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News from the Glasses
1912*
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[no value]
[no value]
CONRAD E. SNOW
Your Secretary is short of notes this month. It would be much appreciated if each of you, when he reads this short column, would sit down and drop a line to the Secretary with any news he may have at hand. Incidentally, we
4719181_19400201_000121.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1913*
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
Harvey McClary is manager of the lowa Mortgage Loan Department of the National Life Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vermont. He writes: Since the beginning of the year I have taken over theterritory for our company, in addition tomy
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1914*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD LEECH
Outside of the items of Ted Lavin's return from his annual Caribbean cruise and Jim Gregg's claim to have lost twenty-odd pounds on his new diet, your secretary was quite stumped for news this month, and dragging down the Aegis
4719181_19400201_000123.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1915*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES R. TAPLIN
'15 UP FOR THE 25™, YO-HO A good class manWho's run the spanFrom '15 to nigh '40Lifts high the cupBoasts fifteen upReneging, he is naughty.But no.A '15 man might be a HunHe might be a rip-snorterson of a gunOr a soak serene with ahaughty bunBut
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News from the Glasses
1916*
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN P. ENGLISH
The New Year started off with a grand surprise for me, in a visit from Dr. and Mrs. George Paine and their charming daughter, of Hutchinson, Kansas. I hadn't seen George since graduation. The passing years have treated the pride
4719181_19400201_000125.xml
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News from the Glasses
1917*
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[no value]
[no value]
EUGENE D. TOWLER
Bob Adams, Vice President of Ernest W. Brown, Inc., at 1 Park Ave., New York, has given us the recent history of Hal Ingersoll, with whom Bob was closely associated at Thayer School and on various engineering jobs around
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News from the Glasses
1918*
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST H. EARLEY
"82 MEN OF 1918 GOING TO TOWN ON FEBRUARY 15TH-Annual Dartmouth Alumni Dinner, Hotel Commodore, New York City—we'll have the biggest turnout ever."
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1919*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
In an attempt to keep them occupied during the quiet days before Christmas, I asked the intellectual members of the Class to report on their activities, both past and present, and received an exceedingly generous response.
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News from the Glasses
1920*
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK B. MOREY
First a pre-Reunion invitation from the Twenty Club of New England.
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News from the Glasses
1921*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
Werner Janssen, according to the AP, did his bit for the relief of Finland by conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in a program of music by Jean Sibelius, noted Finnish composer, on December 29. The news service
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News from the Glasses
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
ANDREW MARSHALL
Congratulations of the class go to Tony Hanlon on his recent appointment as special justice of the fourth Berkshire (Mass.) court.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1923*
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[no value]
[no value]
SHERMAN BALDWIN
Top spot this month goes to Mox (professionally—John) Hubert, '23's excellent and comparatively recent contribution to the singing fraternity. A musical career was doubtless farthest from Mox's thoughts when he left Hanover and
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News from the Glasses
1924*
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[no value]
[no value]
A. A. ADAMS JR.
Don't forget the week-end planned for some time in the spring, in the early part of May, at Jug End Barn. Your Secretary is pleased to announce that the next four paragraphs were in the class news for Jan. but could not be used
4719181_19400201_000133.xml
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70,71
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1925*
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[no value]
[no value]
FORD H. WHELDEN
Only about five months remain before our 15th. The Secretary hasn't been putting on any high-powered propaganda about the reunion—on the other hand we certainly don't expect to have any blackout as far as news of our 15th is
4719181_19400201_000134.xml
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71,72
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News from the Glasses
1926*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. BISHOP
On Saturday, December 9th, Homer Price Rainey was inaugurated as president of the University of Texas. 1936 played an important part on this memorable occasion through our beloved honorary classmate, Mr. Leslie Waggener. He
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News from the Glasses
1927*
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[no value]
[no value]
DOANE ARNOLD
Another year has started which means we are just that much nearer to seeing you at the Fifteenth. Two years from this June, to be exact.
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73,74
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1928*
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[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
For two years we have refrained from exposing a classmate who has been passing bad checks in the hope that with our help and the help of other '28ers he would reform. His increased activity recently makes it necessary to warn
4719181_19400201_000137.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1929*
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[no value]
[no value]
F. WILLIAM ANDRES
A request for a New Hampshire bulletin brought this fine response from Art Nighswander of the Laconia law firm of Cheney, Nighswander & Lord:
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75,76
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1930*
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[no value]
[no value]
ALBERT I. DICKERSON
We should feel like an old and jaded scribe in writing this, our 86th consecutive instalment, and realizing that there are only four more to go. However, on this bright, white Hanover day, we feel quite spry, thank you, and ever
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76,77
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1931*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Four years ago ye Secretary was comfortably settled in what he and his good wife felt was a well furnished three room apartment. At this writing, after a lapse of four years of traveling, and with that same furniture reposing
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News from the Glasses
1932*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
A steaming Tom and Jerry bowl was the main attraction at a '32 get-together held before the holidays in New York. Among those attending were two of the class whose new jobs have brought them to the Metropolis, or thereabouts.
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78,79
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News from the Glasses
1933*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN S. MONAGAN
Some of our mutel friends such as Frank Hague and Ace Phinney has been drawling odorous comparisons between yrs. truly and H. W. Smith on acct. of a certain article re eligible bachelors that recently appeared in the
4719181_19400201_000142.xml
article
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79,80
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1934*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
About a week before writing this column, your secretary and your treasurer decided to take one of those celebrated Ski Meister weekends into the north woods of Vermont, to see whether Mt. Mansfield didn't smell sweeter than
4719181_19400201_000143.xml
article
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80,81
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1935*
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[no value]
[no value]
GARDNER C. CUSHMAN
Christmas brought us greetings from far and near. Kay, Connie, and Bud Childs' included portrait sketches of the family, and will certainly find its place in the class scrapbook. Incidentally, the Class Record Book was surprised
4719181_19400201_000144.xml
article
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81,82
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1936*
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[no value]
[no value]
DEAN R. GIDNEY
Bill (Wilfred) McLaughlin, the dour Scot, is by now high in the Andes—not prospecting for gold but auditing the accounts of some lucky folk who long since struck bonanza. Rail to Miami, Pan American airways to Ecuador, river
4719181_19400201_000145.xml
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82,83
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1937*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD C. MCKINLAY
"Men make them fires on the hearthEach under his roof-tree,And the Four Winds that rule the earthThey blow the smoke to me.
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83,84
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1938*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CARL F. VON PECHMANN
The months seem to slip by faster and faster, and here we are in February of our second year out. Spent Christmas with Henry Beck in Dallas, but you'd never know he's been out two years. As he says, There are only two things in
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article
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84,85
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1939*
[no value]
[no value]
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ROBERT W. GIBSON
At this writing we find Al Davidson and wife happily settled in Milford, N. H. where Al is teaching and coaching basketball at the local high school. Bud Andrews writes that he is now taking a two year jewelry course in
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"LOOKIN BACK"
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DONALD C. BENNINK
AND SO TO Senior Year—that year of years!
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The College In The Sixties
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[Dr. Spalding's Autobiography of hisyears at Dartmouth (1862-66) continuedfrom last month.—ED.]
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H.P.Patey'98 Retires
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E. K. R.
THE PATEY PHYSIO-PSYCHO PRIMER Published by Ginn and Company, December 15. 1939 A is the ARM that threw the old ball Which the poor baffled batter could see not at all. B is the BATTER, baffled and blue Who never could
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Memorial Field, June 1938
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To the nearest of kin of each one of our departed classmates below, we are this month sending a note of remembrance and with your permission mailing a copy of this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE-These men have gone; but their memory ever
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Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number. ]
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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"YOU'RE TELLING ME"
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