Issue: 19400301

Friday, March 1, 1940
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HANOVER HOLIDAY
HANOVER HOLIDAY
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This Month
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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GILE & CO
GILE & CO
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DARTMOUTH
DARTMOUTH
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Business Opportunities
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Boys' Schools
Boys' Schools
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EMERSON SCHOOL
EMERSON SCHOOL
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WINTER SPORTS MAP OF HEW HAMPSHIRE
WINTER SPORTS MAP OF HEW HAMPSHIRE
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The White Stranger
The White Stranger
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MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO.,INC
MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO.,INC
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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More About Mr. Qua
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FRIGID AIRE DIVISION
FRIGID AIRE DIVISION
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FRIENDS OF THE DARTMOUTH
FRIENDS OF THE DARTMOUTH
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STEPHEN DAYE PRESS
STEPHEN DAYE PRESS
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GULFLEX REGISTERED LUBRICATION
GULFLEX REGISTERED LUBRICATION
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PRECISION.MADE BY BELL & HOWELL
PRECISION.MADE BY BELL & HOWELL
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DARTMOUTH PRINTING COMPANY
DARTMOUTH PRINTING COMPANY
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Frank Brothers
Frank Brothers
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FILMS
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FILMS
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CHEVROLET
CHEVROLET
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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WHEN HE BEGAN to think about reasons for supporting the College Ben Ames Williams questioned in his own mind whether the College is do- ing its full duty by the alumni. In his stimulating discussion of "An Obligation to
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
For the Future
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THE ANSWER to Mr. Williams' questions lies within the alumni body. For some men actual physical reunions with the College are possible. And for these we recommend a return to visit old friends on the faculty, to browse in the
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Not Really a Paradox
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HE WILL TELL you that the only successful basis of married life is for the bride to learn how to make good apple pie. He will rivet merciless penetrating eyes on an able student who is loafing and will toil patiently with those
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR PROFESSOR HERMAN FELDMAN, Tuck School, new dean of the school of Business and Civic Administration, and professor of Economics, at C. C. N. Y.
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Try Again
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RANDOM SHOTS in an attempt to locate pleasant feminine companionship do not always pan out. "Service Unlimited" may have its troubles in Hanover. The Associated Press reports the following interesting situation:
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Carnival Highlights
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(I) Doug Mann, McGill star who won theslalom, shown taking second in the downhill; (2) Charlie McLane '4l winning thirdplace in the langlauf event for Dartmonth; (3) Kwanupakwa, the Star Shooterfeatured the snow sculpture; (4) Miss Marjorie Jean
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The Modern Alumnus
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WITHIN THE MEMORY of men of middle age has come the much greater solicitude of the alumnus for his college, as compared to any previous time. President 'Hopkins has said that the support of alumni will be the decisive factor in
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No Opportunities?
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IF A YOUNG college man says: "There isn't a chance of success any longer. All the good jobs are filled. All the opportunities are gone" there are many careers created by opportunism and ability of young men that can be used in
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Dangerous Rival
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UPWARDS OF 1,000 alumni are actively engaged in work for the College. The circulation of The Bulletin edited by A. I. D. '3O of the President's Office approaches this figure for it goes to Trustees, members of the Alumni
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR PRENTISS CARNELL JR. '26, chosen Albany's (N. Y.) "Number One Young Man of the Year" by Junior Chamber of Commerce there.
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Education At Its Best
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ARTHUR DEWING '25
Professor L. B. Richardson '00, Teacher, Chemist, Historian, Is a Liberal College in Himself
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California Founder
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Harris Elwood Stark
SAMUEL HOPKINS WILLEY, CLASS 1845, EDUCATIONAL PIONEER IN FAR WEST
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An Obligation to Alumni
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BEN AMES WILLIAMS '10
Not Just Four Years' Education But Fifty Years' Inspiration Is Dartmouth's Duty to Her 19,000 Sons
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GENERAL CATALOGUE ON HOME STRETCH
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PREPARING DARTMOUTH'S General Catalogue isn't Just writing down names, it's chaos. Transforming this chaos into order—with an immutable deadline to beat—is the task of Miss Charlotte Ford, Alumni Recorder, and her staff. Anyone
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
A SINCERE AND HONEST artist, whether poet, painter, composer, or sculptor, expresses in his work his own peculiar _ attitude towards life. Franklin McDufiee was a poet, and a"teacher of English poetry. At his death he was near the
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Fourth Hanover Holiday Program Announced
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Dartmouth's Alumni College Plans Another Session With Lectures, Golf and Recreation for All HERBERT W. HILL CHAIRMAN, HANOVER HOLIDAY COMMITTEE
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News of The Faculty
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DEFERRING HIS appointment, effective Feb. 1, as dean of the School of Business and Civic Administration of the College of the City of New York, DR. HERMAN FELDMAN, professor of Industrial Relations at Tuck School, will finish
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FROM WHENCE COMETH MY HELP
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Roy B. Chamberlin
Boynton Merrill's New Volume is a Spiritual Antidote For Those Weary of Conflict in a Ruthless World
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
LABOR IN SHIPYARDS IN THE UNITED STATES
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Francis R. Drury '26
Bitmap '39. Thayer Society Prize Paper,1938-1939. December, 1939.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
BASIC METHODS FOR EXPERIMENTS ON EGGS OF MARINE ANIMALS
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W. W. Ballard '28
by Ernest E. Just '07. P. Blakiston's Son & Cos., Inc. pp. 89. $1.25.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
HERE IS A BOOK (SCOOP)
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E. P. Kelly '06
by MarshallMcClintock '26, illustrated by NinonMcKnight. The Vanguard Press, NewYork, 1939. 105 pages. $2.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
AN ACCOUNT OF CALLIGRAPHY PRINTING IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY
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Albert I. Dickerson '30
From Dialogues Attributedto Christopher Plantin. French andFlemish text in facsimile, English translation and, notes by Ray Nash. Department of Printing and Graphic Arts,Harvard College Library, pp. viii,;70. Limited edition of 250 copies. $3.50.
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Lettter from the Editor
Dartmouth Sea Dogs
Dartmouth Sea Dogs
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To THE EDITOR: The following reports a new group activity by the Alumni in Boston. We hope it is newsworthy and by its appearance will call attention to the next meeting on Monday, March 25th.
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Taller, Heavier, Younger
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ROBERT J. DELAHANTY
A "Statistics Show" Story Disproving the Notion That Men Were Bigger in the Old Days
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With the Players
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Charles Bolte '41
PRODUCING CARNIVAL SHOW LEAVES DRAMATIC GROUP IN A DIZZY STATE
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News of the College
President's Tour
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P RESIDENT HOPKINS will close a tour of eight Dartmouth alumni centers with dinner meetings at New Orleans on March 28 and at Atlanta on March 30. The alumni gathering in New Orleans will be held at La Louisiane Restaurant, and
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News of the College
Prof. Denoeu Returns
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AMONG THE faculty members who returned to Hanover for the second semester was Prof. Francois Denoeu of the French department, who spent the first semester on the western front as a reserve officer in the French Army. He was
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News of the College
Entomology Fund
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS announced on January 28 the establishment at Dartmouth College of the Henry Clinton Fall Fund for the promotion of the study of entomology. The fund is a memorial to the late Henry Clinton Fall '84,
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News of the College
Dean Bill To Speak
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E GORDON BILL, Dean of the Faculty, . is scheduled to speak before eight Dartmouth alumni groups during March, opening his series at Toledo, Ohio, on March 1 and closing at Chicago on March 15. Two additional alumni dinners,
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News of the College
Boston Meeting
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PROF. JAMES DOW MCCALLUM Of the English department and Prof. Herbert W. Hill of the History department will be guest speakers at an evening meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston at the University Club on
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News of the College
Mencken Manuscript
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BAKER MEMORIAL LIBRARY announced early in February that H. L. Mencken had presented the College with the manuscript of Happy Days, the recently published autobiography of his youth. The gift, made through the Friends of the
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News of the College
Adds to Art Gift
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THE DEPARTMENT of Art and Archaeology announced during February the further gift to Dartmouth College of modern paintings, drawings and prints by Mr. and Mrs. Preston Harrison of Los Angeles, Calif. Gifts from time to time
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News of the College
Feldman Named Dean
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THE APPOINTMENT of Dr. Herman Feldman, professor of Industrial Relations at Tuck School, as Dean of the School of Business and Civic Administration at the College of the City of New York was announced in January by Dr. Nelson
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News of the College
Bill Cunningham Feted
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BILL CUNNINGHAM '19, sports columnist for the Boston Post, was guest of honor at a testimonial banquet attended by nearly a thousand of his friends at the Copley-Plaza Hotel in Boston on February 11. The banquet was held on his
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News of the College
Commencement June 16
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COMMENCEMENT this year will again be held on Sunday, the final exercises of the graduation week-end being scheduled for June 16. The change from Monday to Sunday was made last year by vote of the Board of Trustees, and the
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News of the College
Seniors Take Tests
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IN COOPERATION with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, the College gave the entire senior class a series of tests on February 28 and 29, the results of which will help to establish a composite standard of
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30th WINTER CARNIVAL A BRILLIANT SUCCESS
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Ed Fritz '40
THE HOLDING of the 30th Annual Winter Carnival on February 9 and 10 was more than a birthday celebration. It was, to the Outing Club, to Dartmouth, and to the skiing world, the marking down of a great event in the book of
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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R. E. Glendinning '40
Campus Settles Down to Second Semester after Ordeal of Final Exams and Excitement of Winter Carnival
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The Undergraduate Chair
CAMPUS WATCHES KWANUPAKWA RISE
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R. E. Glendinning '40
Undergraduates have seen a tall graceful Indian shoot from the center of the campus. They saw the monument of ice begin with a pile of snow, the scrapings from the paths of the college; they saw a maze of pipes interlocking to
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The Undergraduate Chair
TOWN LAW PUT TO TEST
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R. E. Glendinning '40
But the Hanover anti-handbill ordinance was put to an interesting test before Professor Richardson had an opportunity to express his opinion. Vic Schneider '41, Assistant Publicity Manager of The Players, was stopped from
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With the Outing Club
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Hans Paschen '28T
D.O.C. Announces Novel Boys' Camp to be Conducted at New Moosilauke Ravine Camp This Summer
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Whitey Fuller '37
Basketball and Hockey Clubs Remain in Title Fights Underdog Ski Team Wins Glory in Carnival Meet
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March Sports
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BASKETBALL
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Class Notes
News From Alumni Clubs
Southern California
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Walter D. Douglas II '31
THE ASSOCIATION HAS ENJOYED a number of visitors at the last few luncheons and dinners, but has been even more pleased to see a number of the old faces who have been "among those missing" for a long time. Some of this group
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News From Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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W. Wallace Mountcastle '22
A NNUAL ELECTIONS OF OFFICERS of The Dartmouth Club of Cleveland for the new year have just taken place and under the leadership of our new president Dan Harris '17 things are humming. By the time this reaches you President
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News From Alumni Clubs
D.O.C. of Boston
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Erancis C. Ryder '30
JANUARY MARKED THE DEPARTURE of Bill Callihan '34 to Havana where he will uphold the interests of the First National Bank of Boston. Carl Ward '32, the new prexy, has done a bang-up job as Chairman of Membership this year and
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News From Alumni Clubs
Manchester
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Kenneth W. Davis '24
ALL STREETS AND HIGHWAYS within a thirtymile radius led to Manchester's Hotel Carpenter Friday evening, January 26. Hopkins-Blaik-Rolfe provided a magnetic triple attraction, the turn-out running close to 160. Delegations of
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News From Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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Donald M. Wood Jr. '33
IT is APPARENT from the experience of the past few months that the deadline for this column is just a week or two too soon. It would be a great service to those who were unable to attend the annual banquet February 19 to tell
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News From Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33
BRIDGEPORT HAD the real pleasure on February 7 of hearing Coach Bowen of the Dartmouth Rowing Club tell an interesting tale of the struggle, the success and the aspirations of those attempting to promote crew at Dartmouth. The
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News From Alumni Clubs
Toledo
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Theodore H. Harbaugh '35
JANUARY 6 WE HAD ONE of the most successful luncheons in the history of the Toledo alumni club. About 45 attended. The general reaction was that the movies of Carnival and the Yale Game were long enough and the speeches short
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News From Alumni Clubs
Long Island
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Arthur B. Keleher '27
THE FIRST MEETING of the Long Island Dartmouth Club was a great success. With an attendance of 29, much interest was shown. The following officers were elected: president, Horace G. Pender '97; Ist vice president, Dr. Benjamin
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News From Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G. Shultz '30
ON JANUARY 19, we met at the Bethlehem Club in Bethlehem and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: president, Art Zulick '18; vice president. Bob Simonds '25; secy.-treas., Milt Shultz '30; executive committee:
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News From Alumni Clubs
State of Washington
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James W. Hodson '29
FOLLOWING IS a resume of the activities of the Dartmouth Association of the State of Washington for the year 1939. There always are, of course, sundry small gatherings of two or three on Seattle street corners and at such
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News From Alumni Clubs
Westchester
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Winfield S. Weser '23
FLASH! The Westchester Dinner scheduled for February 29th has been postponed to Thursday, April 4th, due to the fact that the Dartmouth Alumni Association of New York, fitting its date to coincide with a speaking tour
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News From Alumni Clubs
Boston Luncheons
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The Twentieth Century Association is opening its weekly one o'clock Saturday luncheons, and its club house facilities at 3 Joy Street, to men and women of all colleges, and to their wives and husbands, as a meeting place for
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News From Alumni Clubs
Washington, D. C
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N. Page Worthington '33
START CHASING THE MOTHS Out of your evening clothes because you will have good use for them on Saturday, March go. On that date the Glee Club will serenade us and the Barbary Coast will "swing us" in the fashion in which they
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News From Alumni Clubs
New York City
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M. Malcolm G. Rollins
THE BIG NEWS this month is the annual dinner, scheduled for Thursday night, February 15. Hoppy speaks, which naturally indicates a full house, assisted by Judge Learned Hand and Bishop John J. O'Hara. The Commodore should be
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News From Alumni Clubs
Boston
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Jack Devlin '37
THE COMMITTEE in charge of organizing the annual reunion and banquet have been hard at work on this year's affair. Dave Perry '24 tells us that complications on setting the date, getting a suitable banquet hall, and securing
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News From Alumni Clubs
Central Pennsylvania
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John A. Bogar '29
SINCE THE LAST meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Central Pennsylvania the action which we hoped for has begun to take form. The appointment of Directors in the various communities repre- sented in the club has brought results
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Article
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KIDS ON SKIS: STUDY IN HAPPINESS
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Davis Jackson '36
IT WAS FORD SAYRE'S IDEA, at least in its application to Hanover. He got it from North Conway, Jackson and other Eastern Slopes towns, where for a year or two the service clubs have annually outfitted underprivileged children
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1876*
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DR. HENRY H. PIPER
The following is from a letter written by Mrs. Anderson located just now at Santa Ana, California.
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News From the Classes
1878*
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W. D. PARKINSON
Here, just returned without regrets, is an invitation from The Graduating Class requesting "the pleasure of your company at their Farewell Reception, Conant Hall, Thursday, 9 o'clock, P.M., June 27, 1878." Were you there? Tell
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News From the Classes
1880
[no value]
[no value]
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SAMUEL S. PERRY
Seeking further information regarding our classmate Charles Dutton of West Danville, Vermont, I learn that his condition is about the same as when he reported two or three months ago. A long standing ailment of erysipelas in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1882
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[no value]
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HERBERT L. LUQUES
The Pegasus Publishing Cos. of New York announces the early publication of The Delayed Wedding and other stories by W. I. Coburn.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1885*
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[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
Charlie Floyd writes that during the seven years since he retired from his long service in the Pension Bureau of the Government at Washington, D. C. his time has been very pleasantly occupied. For a few years he and his wife
4719181_19400301_000087.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1886*
[no value]
[no value]
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HENRY W. THURSTON
At Newton's request I have just sent him five extra copies of our 50th year Reunion Report. I still have 25 copies to send to those who ask for them.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1887
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EMERSON RICE
Blakey for many years cashier of the Second National Bank of Nashua, N. H., was elected vice president at the annual meeting. Next May he will have completed a half century of service The permanent address of Mrs. Minnie V.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1888*
[no value]
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[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
Eighty Eight please read—The first item on page 25 of the January issue 1940. Sorry to confess I did not until a few days ago. It gives us more material evidence of the love and esteem which Frank Gove held for Dartmouth.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1889*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
Moulton has retired from active duty as an officer of the National Life Insurance Company, after 48 years of continuous service. The Montpelier ARGUS, January 23rd, commented on the annual meeting of the Company, held that day,
4719181_19400301_000091.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1890
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[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
Hilton was elected President of Ginn & Cos., the new corporation which was formed the first of the year, to replace the former partnership. Mrs. Hilton is at Chapel Hill, No. Carolina, for the present Mrs. McDuffee flew from
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
A postcard from J. F. A. (presumably of course, James Francis Allison) tells of a trip to Florida including an airplane ride over St. Petersburg.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
A letter dated January 14 from Margaret Dotey expressed her thanks to the members of the class for the wreath of flowers and the note of sympathy which was sent at the time of Dote's death.
4719181_19400301_000094.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1893*
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[no value]
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HARLAN C. PEARSON
WILLIAM G. ABORN
Anent the request for information regarding the Class pipe, asked for in the January MAGAZINE, Woodbury clears it up fairly well. He draws an almost perfect picture of the shape of the pipe and he indicates its size with his
4719181_19400301_000095.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1894*
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[no value]
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
Word from the Rossiter homestead at Claremont gives a good report about the gradual gain toward health of our classmate Charles Timothy. His wife intimates that the gain is slow and he thinks it very slow but nevertheless he is
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
Members of '95 should be advised that class notes must henceforth be confined to space allotted by the MAGAZINE management. The rule is one column of space for 1-100 subscribers. So a class having one subscriber may use as much
4719181_19400301_000097.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1897
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ERNEST W. BUTTERFIELD
The Poors. The picture which goes with this is to us Young John Poor, to others, John Edward Hazen, two years old. Young John is not on his way to church. He is wondering if the Class of 1957 will be worth entering. This is just
4719181_19400301_000098.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1898*
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H. PHILIP PATEY
The Secretary solemnly promises never to retire again and use up all the '98 space. Denis Crowley with his warm heart for every '98 man will do as much for any classmate who retires.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1899*
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RALPH W. HAWKES
Weary Wardle writes that he is taking a vacation in Florida and any classmate who happens to be in that vicinity before April 1 will receive a hearty welcome at 1223½ 13th St., North, St. Petersburg.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1900*
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
The position which Clarence McDavitt holds as Employer Delegate to the International Labor Conference takes him upon his travels. In December he attended the Pan-American Conference in Havana, while in January he sailed upon
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1901*
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
An interesting letter is at hand from Bill Sykes, he says, "... .Personally I am in good health and good spirits. This is the fourth year I have taught in the graded schools of Trujillo Alto, a little town six miles up in the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
The passing of our classmate, "Quechee" Safford was not unexpected, but the regret was great. The class has lost a truly fine representative, one who was always loyal to Dartmouth and strongly loyal to class friendships. Certain
4719181_19400301_000103.xml
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News From the Classes
1904*
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DAVID s. AUSTIN II
Beck generously shares his class news with all of us:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1905*
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R. H. HARDING
Henry Boyce had a severe attack of pneumonia last fall, requiring hospital care. Latest reports, through Laing, are that he is gradually recuperating and getting stronger. Boyce has been engaged in economical research for some
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News From the Classes
1906*
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NATHANIEL LEVERONE
P. Tobias Hagberg, whose thick auburn locks rivalled the brightness of the mid- summer sun at noonday when he crossed the campus, is still more striking in appearance than he was in our undergraduate days. Paul, as he is known
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1907*
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Treasurer, HENRY R. LANE
Arthur C. Martin, father of Sherwood Martin of the Freshman Class about whom reference was made in the February MAGAZINE, writes as follows:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1908*
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LAURENCE M. SYMMES
December 29 Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Cowee of 27 Somerset Street, Worcester, announced the engagement of their daughter Barbara to Franklin Neal Wood, son of Mrs. Jessie F. Wood of Needham, Mass. Howard writes that the wedding
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1909*
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HARRY R. FLOYD
I had a very interesting visit and lunch with Nate Howland the other day. I have not seen him since he graduated. To tell of his experiences would use more space than we are allowed, but I will try to give you just a brief
4719181_19400301_000109.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
MAC KENDALL certainly did not remain long in Sioux City, lowa, as Supt. of the c K. W. Division there. .. .being promoted again, onward and upward, to superintendency of the more important division at Madison, Wis., on
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1911*
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
The latest reports on Bob Morrill are that he is traveling about a bit. Letters from classmates and other college friends indicate that he has recently called on them in Boston, New York, Washington, and Florida. He cannot be
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1912*
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CONRAD E. SNOW
Boss Geller's December cards to all the Class brought him a host of congratulations and good wishes and most of the following news, which Boss generously contributes to this column Ben Adams' son, Ben Jr., now Ensign in the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1913*
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WARDE WILKINS
According to reliable information Harry French is becoming a cribbage addict and developing into a talented player. Betty is a freshman at Skidmore this year. Arthur French is a first year medical school student and Roland is
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
Nutmeggers Hopkins and Conners were in town peddling last week. Come again soon.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1915*
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CHARLES R. TAPLIN
The Secretary needs help, and some of you goo odd readers should be able to answer his S.O.S. From 1915 until 1925 the class records are incomplete,—apparently they were written up at some time, but lost in one or another of
4719181_19400301_000115.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1915 MEMORIAL FUND COMMITTEE
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CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
Dick Merrill
Dear '15ers: Before active solicitation for our Class Fund closed on January 31 a deluge of responses arrived. With reports far from complete, you may be proud of the response which represents 112 subscribers (some
4719181_19400301_000116.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1916*
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JOHN P. ENGLISH
Right now when taxes are uppermost in the minds of affluent citizens, you find Balmacaaners right in the midst of the muddle. Ros Magill produced an opus on taxes that appeared in the New York Sun, and still another article on
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1917*
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EUGENE D. TOWLER
It was O'Neill night at the Dartmouth Club, January 29th, when Seventeeners came out to dinner at the call of New York's new Sergeant-at-arms, Elliott Mudgett. Our faithful but overworked Arch Earle recently asked for relief
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
BABIES—NURSEMAIDS—CLARENCE OPPER and LUCY .... wrote Lucy in November "we're sorry we can't come to your cocktail party for we're expecting a guest soon" —said the New York Times of Jan. 3—"a daughter arrived for Mr. and Mrs.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1919*
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[no value]
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
The Class Dinner at the Dartmouth Club, 30 E. 37th St., New York, on Friday, January 26th, with the showing of Reunion movies, was a merry affair. We were honored and entertained in several ways:
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News From the Classes
1920*
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FRANK B. MOREY
Pearson: "There's something about the mere writing of 1940 that bites into you I suppose because it's twice Twenty. I was clearing out the family desk the other day. You know how those things work: you buy yourself a new rug
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
Harry Chamberlaine continues to run far in the lead as 1921'S most versatile, most lively, and most dependable newsgatherer (some more "most's" are omitteddue to lack of space). This constitutes a challenge; let the following
4719181_19400301_000122.xml
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News From the Classes
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL
Some of the best news that has reached your correspondent recently is word of die arrival on January 2nd of Elizabeth Francis and Anthony Harding, bouncing twins, to Frank and Betty Horan. John Rogers Horan, their brother, is
4719181_19400301_000123.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1923*
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
This month's place of honor belongs to 23's "Men of the Sea." This picture of sailor Pete Jones doing something or other nautical aboard his yawl the Ayesha was snapped by Vic Cannon who had the pleasure of a day's cruise with
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1924*
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
Don't forget the party at Jug End Barn for the second week-end in May.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1925*
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FORD H. WHELDEN
A little over three months and we'll all be in Hanover for the reunion. The committee is at work and the details will soon be in your hands. Start planning now—and don't stop planning until you come up the hill and land on
4719181_19400301_000126.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1926*
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CHARLES S. BISHOP
Among the various communications and other items of news received during the past month, one stands out as the "pifece de resistance." Bob Cleary received a letter from Jack Cannon who is in far off Tahiti. Bob was kind enough
4719181_19400301_000127.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1927*
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DOANE ARNOLD
One of our better reporters has brought back the news from New York that Carlton Gilbert has fairly recently received a fine promotion with the U. S. Rubber Company. He is now in charge of advertising the footwear and clothing
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1928*
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OSMUN SKINNER
Class Agent Paul Kruming included in a recent letter to the Class a brief questionnaire designed solely to help get more interesting material for these notes. The returns indicate that of those who sent in their reactions, 80%
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1929*
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
Morry Hartman, Reunion's leather- winged soft ball flinger extraordinary, is no semi-pro after all—He's a citizen of Cleveland, a banker, a welcome reporter:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1930*
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ALBERT I. DICKERSON
Well boys it is time to get out your Aegises. We tried it the other evening and found it fun. Bob Kohn, Gene Magenau, Gene Zagat and colleagues did a swell job and if you pick it up you won't be able to put it down in less than
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1931*
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[no value]
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Secretary-Chairman, Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company 31 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, N. Y.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1932*
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EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
Secretary-Chairman, 215 Lakeville Rd., Great Neck, L. I. N. Y.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1933*
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JOHN S. MONAGAN
For the past week we have been getting the annual flood of Dartmouth Carnival pictures in the local and New England press. You know. .. .Willis Faffhausen of Catullus, New Hampshire modelling a zany in ice in front of the Chi
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1934*
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
For want of space the ALUMNI MAGAZINE has lately been turning back a meaty share of our monthly offerings, so for once we're going to restrain the journalistic impulse to unfold tales and build pretty prose. We are, in short,
4719181_19400301_000135.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1935*
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GARDNER C. CUSHMAN
BOBB CHANEY
We have just completed the folding stamping, sealing, and so forth necessary to put 690 bills and letters in the mail and on their merry way to you. By the time you are reading this we hope Bobb Chaney's pockets will be several
4719181_19400301_000136.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1936*
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DEAN R. GIDNEY
Nineteen hundred and thirty-six in politics. No congressmen as yet, but Jack "Ten Yard" Kenny is an alderman in Hartford, and is working for the law firm of Spellacy and Yeomans, the former of whom is mayor of that city—all of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1937*
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DONALD C. MCKINLAY
What motive, or motives ulterior, induced the class Secretary to call for a column from this representative of the unpropagated, the unwed, and the unspokenfor, I shall never know. Perhaps he thinks the ranks cannot
4719181_19400301_000138.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1938*
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
Study reveals the fact that all good things have anniversaries.... not just days with a name, but days and nights with a feeling. And so, screams our Chicago contingent, "Why don't we have a '38 night? A night of good
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1939*
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ROBERT W. GIBSON
HERE AND THERE At last news of the big Boston '39 get-together, and to say the least, it was a great success, thanks mainly to the great efforts of Messrs. Vines, Feeley, Pleasants and their organizing group. Len informs us
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Article
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Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen M '22
JOSEPH Y. ROBERTS M' 33 and his wife stopped for a chat and gave us several points pro and con additional graduate study for the young man trying to decide when to hang out his own shingle.
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Article
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The College in the Sixties
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DR. WILLIAM LELAND HOLT
[Dr. Spaulding's Autobiography of his years at Dartmouth (1862-66) continued from last month.— ED.]
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Article
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Whose Chin Is Out?
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HERB WOLFF WHO HAS MORE New Deal connections in Washington than Obbie Coleman has hairs on his head, pens cockily, and even legibly for a barrister: "You bet, I'll be happy to participate in a 'Beef-Fest' under the trees next June. So
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Article
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"LOOKIN' BACK"
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DONALD, C. BENNINK
DUE TO LACK of space in the February issue, the editors of the MAGAZINE regretfully had to cut us short in the midst of first semester of Senior year—so—just read this installment right on from where that left off, and the
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Article
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King Victor Emanuel III Salutes 1917's Cheerleader!
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MAYOR FIORELLA LA GUARDIA, who was Willis S. Fitch's commanding officer, in charge of 750 young Americans brigaded with the Italian Royal Flying Corps in the World War, flew to Boston February 3d, to see Marquis Carlo di Constantin,
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article
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Article
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BRIEF BIOGRAPHY FRANCIS M. SHEA
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Present Position: Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Claims Division of the Department of Justice. Present Residence Address: 2723 N St., Washington, D. C. Present Business Address: Department of Justice,
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Article
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1925 Captain
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THE WAR DEPARTMENT has announced the promotion of ist Lieutenant Stuart P. Wright '25, Air Corps, to the rank of Captain. Entering the Army as a Flying Cadet at Brooks Field on June 26, 1927, he was graduated in June, 1928
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Obituary
Deaths
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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Display Ads
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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advertisement
89
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PARKER HOUSE
PARKER HOUSE
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4719181_19400301_000150.xml
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4719181_19400301_000151.xml