Issue: 19400501

Wednesday, May 1, 1940
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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THE PASSING OF A GREAT Dartmouth figure— CRAVEN LAYCOCK '96—occasions publication of an article concerning him on page 10, together with a few of the many tributes to his memory which have subsequently been received from his
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Masthead
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This Month
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW HAMPSHIRE
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MOORE-McCORMACH
MOORE-McCORMACH
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Orchids to Fund Workers
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CLASS SECRETARIES
CLASS SECRETARIES
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PRECISION-MADE BY BELL & HOWELL
PRECISION-MADE BY BELL & HOWELL
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SAN FRANCISCO WORLD'S FAR
SAN FRANCISCO WORLD'S FAR
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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THE DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB
THE DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB
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GULFLEX
GULFLEX
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DARTMOUTH JUNIOR
DARTMOUTH JUNIOR
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Insurance Company of North America
Insurance Company of North America
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Hebron Academy
Hebron Academy
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EMERSON SCHOOL
EMERSON SCHOOL
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BROWN LEDGE
BROWN LEDGE
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GILE & COMPANY
GILE & COMPANY
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THE BURSAR DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
THE BURSAR DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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7,8
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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The Editor
SINCE CRAVEN LAYCOCK '96 is GONE, and it had to happen, and the shock of his passing has struck the Dartmouth fellowship a heavy blow, we like to have the Undergraduate Issue of this MAGAZINE carry the final chronicle of his life. He
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8,9
Article
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Reunion With Leisure
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The Editor
THE PROPOSAL has been made that a year from this June some of the younger classes, perhaps the 5th, 10th, 15th, and 20th year reunions, might hold their reunions during the summer, rather than at the time of the brief and
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Change & Growth
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The Editor
OUR OLD AND VALUED FRIEND, Mr. William D. Parkinson '78, asks in a letter to the editor published last month, what the future may be for the tendency of alumni to band together in regional alumni clubs and associations, as
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9,10
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Distinctive Individuality
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The Editor
IN THIS UNDERGRADUATE ISSUE we are featuring a biographical article about one "unreconstructed" rebel, John Moffat Mecklin, by another but more youthful rebel, Tom Braden. Mr. Mecklin will be 70 next year and will retire from
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8
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Hanover, 1950, Is His Destination
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Now AND THEN we pause in writing about the present and past of Dartmouth and look ahead to the future. In many ways it is unpredictable but here's a youngster whose purpose is to carry a sheepskin away from Hanover Plain in the early
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9
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR LOUIS E. LEVERONE '04 of Chicago president of the Northwestern University Settlement Association.
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11,12,13,14
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Dartmouth Mourns Passing of Craven Lay cock
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Dean Emeritus, Beloved by Countless Alumni, Dies in 74th Year; Was Dean 21 Years; Graduates, Students, College Officers Pay Tribute to His Memory
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MEN OF DARTMOUTH.
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The knowledge of your kindness and sympathy, as well as the unstinted community tenderness and help from every direction, sustained us in the hour of deep sorrow.
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14
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Dean Laycock's Message
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Six YEARS AGO, at about this time in the spring, Dean Craven Laycock '96 sent a message to all Dartmouth men. That letter went, in 1934 when he was retiring from his lifework in Hanover, to everyone who had ever spent from one
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14,15
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ETTA M. NEWELL ASST. LIBRARIAN EMERITUS
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Nathaniel L. Goodrich
Miss ETTA MATTOCKS NEWELL who died at Hanover April 3, served Dartmouth College, through the Library, with distinguished efficiency for twenty-five years; and everybody liked her. She came to the College Library at a time
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15,16,17,18
Article
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John M. Mecklin, Teacher
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Thomas W. Braden '40
Dartmouth's White-Haired Apostle of Freedom Exemplifies Intellectual Discipline, Realism, Plain Goodness
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18,19
Article
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Oldest Living Graduate
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CHARLES PALMER '23
Zeeb Gilman '63, of Redlands, California, Greeting His One Hundredth Year This Month
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19,20,21
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Dartmouth in the High Hills
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A Junior Paints a Vivid Picture of the Latest Assault On K-2, Unconquered Himalayan Peak GEORGE C. SHELDON '41
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21,22
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"LITTLE MAN" DURRANCE IN SUN VALLEY
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Frank Elkins
Sun Valley, Idaho.—He's, a little man to look at, but put him on a pair of skis and he's a mighty giant! That's "Little Man" Dick Durrance, former Dartmouth intercollegiate ace, who today continues to remain the foremost skier
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22,23,24,25
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I Found Seven Latinos
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An Undergraduate Interviews Latin America in Hanover Discovering Different Opinions, Beliefs, Objectives
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25,26,91
Article
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Annual Undergraduate Issue Carries Brief Reviews From Students on Their Recent Reading
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25
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Suggestions
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FOR SEVERAL YEARS now Dr. Charles J. Lyon, Professor of Botany, has recommended gardening books in the May issue. Here are his recommendations for 1940.
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Germania in Tenth Tear
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J. Chester Stothart '41
Studenten-Verbindung Germania Completes a Decade Of Study of German Culture and Language
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE WHITE STRANGER
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Kenneth A. Robinson
Plus a Review of Harold O. Rugg's Controversial Civics Book, Safford's "Tristram Bent" and Others
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28
Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC AFFAIRS,
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Louis P. Benezet '99
byHarold O. Rugg '08. Ginn & Co. $1.88.
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28,91
Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
TRISTRAM BENT
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Allan Macdonald
by Henry Barnard Safford '04, Coward McCann, New York, 311pp., $2.50.
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91,92
Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE TRUE CHESTERFIELD
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H. M. Dargan
by WillardConnely '11, Cassell and Company, London,1939, 479 pp., 15 shillings net.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
MORE THAN MERE LIVING,
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F. L. Childs '06
by H. ThompsonRich '15, Whittlesey House, McGrawHill Book Company, 215 pages, $1.75.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A SHORT FRENCH GRAMMAR FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
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Charles R. Barley
by Foster Erwin Guyer'06, xv-1989 pp., New York: Harper ifBrothers, $1.20.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FALCONRY. A HANDBOOK FOR HUNTERS,
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Charles A. Proctor '00
by William F. Russell Jr. '37, CharlesScribner's Sons, New York, pp. 777,$2.50.
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News of the College
1940 Alumni Fund
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DARTMOUTH'S 26th annual Alumni Fund will officially get under way with the distribution about the first of May of the Fund Committee's 'first general mailing piece, a message from President Hopkins. This opening appeal, going to
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News of the College
Secretaries Association
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THE Dartmouth Secretaries Association will hold its 36th annual meetings in Hanover on Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11. At that time secretaries of the various alumni classes and associations will be guests of the College
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News of the College
Memorial Service
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AN ALUMNI CHAPEL service in memory of . Craven Laycock '96 will be held in Rollins Chapel on Sunday, June 16, at 12:30 P.M. The memorial address will be given by a graduate of the College whose name will be announced in the next
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News of the College
New Courses
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Two NEW COURSES for the academic year 1940-41 were listed in the Announcement of Courses bulletin distributed among undergraduates just before the spring vacation. Both semester courses, they are History 20, the history of Canada,
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News of the College
Policy Committee
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PROPOSALS TO HAVE undergraduates take a hand in devising educational policies of the College have had their first concrete result in the appointment by the English Department of a special faculty committee to meet periodically
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31
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News of the College
Skidmore Daughters
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INFORMALLY ORGANIZED AS "SkidmOre Daughters of Dartmouth Alumni," a group of students in Saratoga have banded together under the Big Green banner. Their purposes are to become better acquainted with each other through a common
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News of the College
Hanover Holiday
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PLANS FOR THE fourth annual session of Hanover Holiday have been completed, with nine faculty lectures and an introductory talk by President Hopkins scheduled for the alumni college course to be held during the week after
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31
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News of the College
Joins French Army
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JOHN M. DE SIEYES '40 became the second Dartmouth undergraduate to be drawn into the European conflict when he was summoned home by the French Army just after the spring recess. Called up by the French government with other
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32
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News of the College
Commencement Program
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THE TENTATIVE PROGRAM for Dartmouth's 171 st Commencement, June 14 to 16, will be mailed early in May to all members of reuning classes, which this year include 1890, 1895, 1900, 1905, 1910, 1915, 1920, 1925, 1930, and 1935.
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News of the College
Alumni Meeting
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THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT meeting of the General Association of Dartmouth Alumni will be held in Alumni Gymnasium on Saturday morning, June 15, preceded by a parade from the campus to the Gym, and followed by the buffet
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News of the College
Student Shoots Self
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JOHN S. MIDDLEBROOK '41, 22-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curtis Middlebrook of South Orange, N. J., and brother of Curtis Middlebrook '28 of Hartford, Conn., died at Dick's House on March 20 from a self-inflicted bullet
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News of the College
Science Conference
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MORE THAN 250 student delegates gathered in Hanover on Saturday, April 13, for the tenth annual meeting of the Connecticut Valley Student Scientific Conference. The Dartmouth Undergraduate Scientific Society played host for
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News of the College
Tri-College Conference
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TWENTY-FIVE DARTMOUTH undergraduates have been named as delegates from the College to the third annual Cornell- Dartmouth-Pennsylvania Conference on "Making Democracy Work" to be held at Pennsylvania this spring. Richard F.
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Article
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The Undergraduate Chair
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RICHARD E. GLENDINNING JR. '40
College Year, Now Approaching Its Close, Has Been Notable Only for Things That Make Up the Dartmouth Experience
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OCTOBER PRODUCES MILESTONES
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But September faded into October; leaves had but few traces of green, and freshmen had already learned to pick their way from dormitory rooms to the reserve desk in the library. The first days of October were milestones in the
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Article
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HOLIDAY MAKES ALL THINGS RIGHT
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But things were right for the College temporarily when a Thanksgiving recess dragged undergraduates home and let Hanover sleep beneath an early snowfall.
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CONTROVERSY MARKED YEAR
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The remainder of March passed without controversy. That, in itself, was a peculiar phenomenon, for if there was anything that marked the Dartmouth mind of 1939-40 it was controversy. There was a transition from skepticism to
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35,36
Article
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TAXI? CALL JOHN CASSIN '94
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Herbert F. West '22
WHEN PAUL SAMPLE '20 returned to Dartmouth as Resident Artist one of the men he most wanted to paint in Hanover was John Cassin. His first study, here reproduced, was done in charcoal. It reveals a fine face, and reminds one
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Article
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With the Outing Club
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EDWARD McD. FRITZ '40
Directors in Class of 1940 Have Known Last Four Years as Period of Transition and Philosophizing for D.O.C.
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Article
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1941 Directorate:
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EDWARD McD. FRITZ '40
The 1940 Carnival Committee last month appointed Morton McGinley 41 as Chairman of the 31st Annual Winter Carnival Committee.
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Sports
Big Green Teams
ODE TO THE IVY LEAGUE
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Whitey Fuller '37
Spring Teams Fret Over Lingering Snow and Necessity Of Returning to Indoor Cage After Southern Trips
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Sports
Big Green Teams
LACROSSE TEAM FINDS A FIELD
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Whitey Fuller '37
Not looking for any excuses any more than we are trying to invent them, the lacrosse team returned from the south and attempted to stage outdoor drills on a muddy field down near the Tuck and Thayer Schools. For two days all
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Sports
Big Green Teams
FRESHMEN SHINE IN SPRING FOOTBALL
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Whitey Fuller '37
As for spring football practice, it has gone along as rapidly as the elements will permit. The freshmen worked before vacation as a group and looked like a million dollars compared to the freshmen candidates of a year ago.
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Sports Schedule
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BASEBALL
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39
Sports
Big Green Teams
TRACK PROSPECTS FAIR
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Whitey Fuller '37
Now a final word on the track prospects. Coach Harry Hillman passed up a spring trip since he felt that he could prepare his skeleton forces better on home soil. Two dual meets face the Indians spikesters this spring, the first
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39,40
Sports
Big Green Teams
Within These Walls
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Charles C. Reed '41
EACH YEAR IN every college activity there arrives that crucial moment when the senior managers leave and new men take over their responsibilities. In the undergraduate body there is a feeling of apprehension, as to whether or
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Article
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RUN NIGGER ISLAND POMPANOOSUC R. R.
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THIRTEEN STUDENTS and two faculty members of Thayer School have for the past year been enjoying a busman's holiday on the "Nigger Island and Pompanoosuc Railroad," a complete railroad system in miniature. The line takes its
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Article
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COLLEGE LESS EXPENSIVE MORE BOTHER IN 1855
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A LITTLE BLACK NOTEBOOK, conscientiously recording all the expenditures of an early graduate of the College, has just been given to Dartmouth, demonstrating that a full four-year course in the 1850's could be managed for as
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Class Notes
News from Almni Glubs
Boston
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Jack Devlin '37
AT THIS POINT we're only a week away . from the Annual Dinner of the Boston Alumni. President Karl Compton of Tech will be on hand with President Hopkins to give the meeting some of their experience with talks after the
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News from Almni Glubs
Georgia
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Richard P. Howell Jr.'35
ON MARCH 30 the Dartmouth Club of Georgia was honored by a visit from President Hopkins and from a good representation of alumni from various parts of the country. Your correspondent has amazed himself by computing that the
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News from Almni Glubs
Virginia
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Paul S. Gibson '15
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF VIRGINIA will hold its annual meeting Saturday, June 1, at the home of Dr. Douglas Van- derHoof '01, in Richmond, Virginia, as he has again invited us to partake of his hospitality. This means another
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News from Almni Glubs
Nashua
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Harold D. Stillman '17
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF NASHUA took advantage of the spring recess to hold its annual meeting and election of officers at the Nashua Country Club on April 5. An excellent turn-out of about sixty-five included half a dozen
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News from Almni Glubs
Detroit
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Richard W. Brown '29
PRESIDENT HOPKINS' VISIT here in February brought a record turnout of 115 alumni and guests at the University Club for the 45th annual banquet of the Dartmouth Club of Detroit. This was the enthusiastic response to his first
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Houston
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[no value]
[no value]
Dwight J. Edson '18
WE HAD A VERY PLEASANT BREAKFAST gathering with President Hopkins this morning. His train from the West arrived at 7:45 and there were thirteen of the local alumni at the station to welcome him to Houston. We immediately
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Phoenix
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[no value]
[no value]
Laurens L. Henderson '22
A DARTMOUTH OUTING was held for President Hopkins on Saturday evening, March 16. This was in the nature of a "round-up" of the Dartmouth men in Arizona, at the Squaw Peaks Ranch of Ai Stopford '24. Al has a guest ranch in the
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Maine
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[no value]
[no value]
Reynolds E. Moulton '35
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF MAINE swung into its 1940 activity on February 19 with a good old-fashioned "get-together" in the Cumberland Club in Portland. Officers elected for the current year were as follows: President, Carrell K.
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Cincinnati
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[no value]
[no value]
Richard W. Barrett '34
DEAN E. GORDON BILL delivered an interesting lecture on the "frills" of the educational policy of the College at the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Cincinnati held on February 29.
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Long Island
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[no value]
[no value]
Arthur B. Keleher '27
THE ASSOCIATION is coming along fine. We now have our officers and committees picked. We have had three successful meetings, getting thirty or forty out to each meeting. Our next meeting will be a spring golf tournament or
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Southeastern Florida
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[no value]
[no value]
R.E. Branch '24
THE REGULAR SPRING MEETING of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Southeastern Florida was held in the Colony Hotel, Delray Beach on Wednesday, March 13, 1940 at 7 P.M.
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Wellesley
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[no value]
[no value]
Allan C. Gottschaldt '18
THE ANNUAL CARNIVAL-PICNIC of the Dartmouth Club of Wellesley, Mass., will be staged Saturday, May 25. Those who attended last year's frolic need not be urged to be present. Those who missed out in 1939, or were not living in or
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Rochester
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[no value]
[no value]
Darrow A. Dutcher '33
ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, the annual dinner meeting and election of officers was held at the Genesee Valley Club. The nominating committee, composed of Sid Backus '11, Ernie Turner '33, and Fritz Lawson '26, submitted to the
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Central Pennsylvania
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[no value]
[no value]
John A. Bogar '29
ON MARCH 1 the Dartmouth Club of Central Pennsylvania held a meeting in the Harrisburger Hotel which was attended by 26 members and guests. At this meeting Ross McKenney, Advisor to the Dartmouth Outing Club, was our speaker.
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Chicago
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[no value]
[no value]
Donald M. Wood Jr. '33
WHAT WAS BY ALL ODDS the biggest and best spring party held by the Chicago alumni was the Glee Club concert and dance at the Drake Hotel April 6. The entertainment committee, consisting of Pete Callaway '30, John Wright '32 and
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Eastern Pennsylvania
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[no value]
[no value]
Milton G. Shultz '30
ON APRIL 4 WE GATHERED for our annual dinner at the Wyomissing Club in Reading. A record crowd of twenty-two turned out to listen to Sid Hayward '26, Secretary of the College and Editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Sid spoke to us
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Cleveland
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[no value]
[no value]
W. Wallace Mountcastle '22
THROUGH A LAPSE OF MEMORY on my part until it was too late I neglected to report last month on two fine events. First and foremost on February 16 we had the finest Annual Banquet in the history of the club here with President
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Washington, D. C.
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[no value]
[no value]
N. Page Worthington '33
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 30, the finest Glee Club concert in the memory of the oldest alumnus was held before the largest turnout in local history. Over four hundred enthusiastic alumni and friends crowded the Hall of Nations at the
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Northern New Jersey
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[no value]
[no value]
Donald A. Simpson '32
AT A VERY SUCCESSFUL DINNER on April 5 the Club elected new officers for the year of 1940-1941. The group includes a number of local luminaries among the younger alumni. It is headed by Gus Wiedenmayer '29, Newark's excise
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Dartmouth-In-Dixie
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[no value]
[no value]
B. G. Deutsch '35
WAY DOWN HEAH in deep Dixie, March roared in like the proverbial lion to unfurl the banner of the newly organized Dartmouth Alumni Club of Louisiana which drew its first breath on the evening of March 8, 1940 at a dinner in
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New York City
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[no value]
[no value]
Malcolm G. Rollins '11
THE HIGH SPOT of the past month's activities in New York was the Glee Club Concert. About 700 alumni and friends put on their best bib and tucker and trooped into the Biltmore. The Glee Club was in fine fettle, and put on a
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St. Louis
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[no value]
[no value]
Dan Kerwin Jr. '35
MOST AMBITIOUS UNDERTAKING of the St. Louis Club in recent years was the Glee Club Concert and Dance held at the Hotel Coronado on the night of April 5. Nearly five hundred persons attended and were entertained by a most
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D.O.C. of Boston
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[no value]
[no value]
Francis C. Ryder '30
ABOUT THIRTY MEMBERS of the Club enjoyed a showing of colored movies, taken on a trip to Greenland last summer, by "Beany" Nutt '41, out at the cabin in Groton. The pictures were excellent and really gave us a clear idea of
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Central Ohio
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[no value]
[no value]
W. C. Brown '33
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 9, a luncheon was held at the University Club in Columbus, Ohio. Plans for the annual spring keg party were discussed and a committee named to insure its success. In all probability, it will be held after May
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Westchester
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[no value]
[no value]
Wlnfield S. Weser '23
ON THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 4, THOSE Westchester Dartmouths fairly surged into the ball room of the Roger Smith in White Plains, to eat and applaud our best-attended annual dinner in many moons.
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Connecticut
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[no value]
[no value]
Mansfield D. Sprague '33
ON MARCH 28 THE HARTFORD CLUB played willing host to the Glee Club and Barbary Coast orchestra at the Hartford Club in what turned out to be a profitable and entertaining concert and dance. The net proceeds of $75. will be
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Philadelphia
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[no value]
[no value]
Henry B. King Jr. '33
ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, the Annual Dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Philadelphia was held at the University Club. The attendance of 126 men was the largest in the history of any annual dinner of the Association,
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1876*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. HENRY H. PIPER
Land Economics, by Richard T. Ely and George S. Wehrwein, will be published by Macmillan Company in April A reply to an inquiry recently sent to the Alumni Office, Princeton University, would indicate that Edwards is receiving
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1877
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN M. COMSTOCK
A recent letter from Prescott gives the information which we did not have before that he had a major surgical operation two years ago and has not since regained the strength he formerly had. He is able to somewhat active, however.
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1878*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
W. D. PARKINSON
A neighbor of the Secretary, a warm admirer of the late Dr. Weymouth and one of the first infants delivered by him, presents this snapshot of a simple memorial set up on the common at Lyme last summer. The Secretary has failed
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1880
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[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL S. PERRY
DR. SAMUEL T. KING
Probably none of our classmates have travelled so far and seen so much of the World as William Isaac Clarke Smith who sends along a highly interesting letter from Delray Beach, Florida, a delightful little Town on the East Coast
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1885*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
OTIS E. HOVEY
Remember the Celebration of the 55thanniversary of our graduation occurs at Hanover Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 14, 15 and 16,—less than six weeks away.
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1886*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY W. THURSTON
JAMES W. NEWTON
Pete writes that he is O.K. now and will meet Thompson and his turkey in Hanover, Commencement week. Alas! Mrs. Thurston and I shall have to go without our slices of that turkey for at the time Thompson will carve it we must be
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1887
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EMERSON RICE
ALBERT E. HADLOCK
The Secretary returned from Florida to his Maine home April 1. Conn has been absent from office duties an account of an indisposition but in a letter of date March 30, expected to get back on the job in a short time As these
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1888*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
Fairbanks, Robert N— Received a message from Rob via his brother Arthur of '86, now living at 51 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. (thank you Arthur).
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1889*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
FRANK J. REYNOLDS
Blanchard of Barre, Massachusetts, has promised to celebrate his Bist birthday, April 14, by preaching for the minister of his church who will be absent on his honeymoon We gladly record the birth of Blanchard's second
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1890
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
"There seems to be a great deal of misinformation about Norton. As I remember, he graduated from the Yale Law School, and was to begin the practice of his profession on his return from Florida, where he went yearly with his
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1891
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
Patey '97 who is on his second honeymoon (with Mrs. Patey of course) writes an interesting letter to the Secretary from Pasadena, California; he had visited Burbank whom he found was recovering from two major operations.
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1893*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARLAN C. PEARSON
WILLARD G. ABORN
President Guy Cox was given credit for leading the successful opposition of holders of the Curtis Publishing Company's preferred stock to a proposal of the Company's officials to pay more dividends to the common stockholders
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1894*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
G. WOODBURY PARKER
Most important in the Secretary's mail? the last month was the following: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sanford Martyn. request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Lorraine to Mr. Alan Frederick Rath
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1895
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
EDWARD J. ROSSITER
At present writing it appears that attendance at our 45th reunion will be larger
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1896
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CARL H. RICHARDSON
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Our classmate, Craven Laycock—Dean Emeritus of the College, died at the Mary Hitchcock Hospital on April 4. He had apparently been in his usual health up to a day or so before his passing on and was at the hospital only a few
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1897
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST W. BUTTERFIELD
MORTON C. TUTTLE
For years Pringle has been indefatigable. He has visited schools in remote parts of the state; he has organized educational conferences; he has administered the best state school code in America and has done it in a way that has
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1898*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
H. PHILIP PATEY
FREDERIC H. LEGGETT
It is our sad duty to report in the obituary notices this month the deaths of two of our classmates, Clarence Sibley on March 23, and Bob Brown on March 26. Eddie and Mrs. Batchelder found relief from the rigors of New England
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1899*
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[no value]
[no value]
RALPH W. HAWKES
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
Tony Willard is once again one of the Town Fathers of Orono having been elected as second selectman at the last annual town meeting. He also was a delegate to the Democratic State Convention at Bangor and is a member of the
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1900*
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[no value]
[no value]
LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. McDAVITT
The sudden death of Sprague, mentioned in the April issue and noted in more detail in another column in this number, takes from us one of our bestliked members. Because of the relative isolation of his residence, in recent
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1901*
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
HARRY B. GILMORE
Claude M. Fuess, in his new book "Calvin Coolidge, the man from Vermont" frequently speaks of Chan Cox in his intimate relations with Coolidge, and cites a number of remarks made by Chan during the years when they were both
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1902*
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
A. H. FITZGERALD
Arba Irvin is still engaged in the newspaper representative business, in charge of the western operations of John B. Woodward, Inc., with offices in Chicago. He writes that he and Fox were the only 1902 men present at the
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1903*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
MORTON B. FRENCH
Edward C. Newell, outstanding American authority on slalom, son of Dr. Charles Newell '03 who died in 1924, laid out the twin slaloms at Lake Placid for the Adirondack Mountain Club, this winter. These represented the most
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1904*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN II
RALPH E. SEXTON
With much of the April number of this MAGAZINE yet to read, I am convinced that it establishes a new standard of accom plishment for all college publications in its positive service to the prospective Dartmouth student; to the
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1905*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
R. H. HARDING
CLARENCE C. HILLS
35th reunion, June 14-16! Everyone will be glad to know that Lew Wallis is convalescing nicely from a serious operation in March. Lew was a month or more in the hospital, but says he will be as good as new in a few weeks and is
4719181_19400501_000126.xml
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1906*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL LEVERONE
Merchandise Mart
Charles R. Main was elected treasurer of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers on the occasion of its 92d annual meeting.
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1907*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY R. LANE
JOHN R. McLANE
The listing of professional classmates in the April MAGAZINE has created real interest and the Secretary is now able to promise particulars concerning the special activity of many of these men. Space requirements, however,
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1908*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR L. LEWIS
ILL the March issue of THE VERMONTER our classmate Fred Copeland has published Farewell Steamer Chateaugay! If any of the class are uninformed about the historic vessel, the steamer Chateaugay plied the waters of Lake Champlain
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1909*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARRY R. FLOYD
HAROLD M. PRESCOTT
Have we one or two big butter and egg men who will come through with $250-$500 for the Alumni Fund Campaign? Hal Prescott is just beginning to get organized for the spring campaign. As you know, we have never made a very good
4719181_19400501_000130.xml
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1910*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD P. HINMAN
RAYMOND B. SEYMOUR
REUNION. .. .Friday, June 14—Saturday,. June 15—Sunday, June 16... .Hitchcock Hall.... no regimentation.... three days when the complexities of life will be cast to the winds.... an interesting interlude in these muddled
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1911*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOHN C. STERLING
I have just returned from Craven Laycock's funeral—a splendid tribute to one of the finest of Dartmouth men. Our class always had great admiration for Craven, but ever since he joined with us as an honorary member at our last
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1912*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CONRAD E. SNOW
ROSCOE G. GELLER
Agent "Lyme" Armes reports that Horace E. "Cap" Allen, mountaineer, raconteur of Canuck sagas and legal light of 1912; also "collects waterfalls,"—even frozen ones, framed in the glasswork of winter ice. "Cap" and Mary drove
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1913*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
JOHN J. REMSEN
H. B. P. "Hank" Boody, retired army officer, has moved from Seattle, Washington to San Francisco, Calif.—P.O. Box 246 is the address.
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1914*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD LEECH
SIGURD S. LARMON
If anybody reading this inquiry has any information concerning the location of the relatives of Fred Granger, who recently passed away, the Secretary would appreciate such information. Tom Sullivan '13 is very anxious to get
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1915*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES R. TAPLIN
RUSSELL B. LIVERMORE
Six weeks and Hanover. Time now to get laundered and dry cleaned and our houses put in order. Tighten up the bolts on the old Jalopy, and tell the folks not to worry,—it's only once in twenty-five years!
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1916*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN P. ENGLISH
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
A Wah-Hoo-Wah for Wallace G. "Jack" Kittridge, who ranked first in a competitive examination and as a consequence, won the appointment as Director of the Division of Commercial Motor Vehicles of the Commonwealth of
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1917*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EUGENE D. TOWLER
ARTHUR P. MACINTYRE
A meeting of the 1917 Executive Committee was held March 16th, at the New York Dartmouth Club, with Spique MacIntyre and Curley Carr arriving from Boston and Charlie Wolff coming from Elizabethton, Tenn., to join Sumner
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1918*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST H. EARLEY
H. WARREN WILSON
BABY-HATER STAN JONES (not all Babes) —GETS LEAD IN JANUARY "ESQUIRE"—"BabieS aren't pretty—their habits are terriblethey change perfectly decent people into fatuous pains in the neck. .. .the habits of babies are definitely
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1919*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
EDWARD E. MARTIN
One of the most interesting letters I have received recently came from Hildreth M. Allison, Dublin, N. H. He is author of a poem in the March issue of AMERICAN MERCURY entitled Village Moderator which, with what we hope are
4719181_19400501_000140.xml
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69,70
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1920*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK B. MOREY
MURRAY C. HARVEY
Do you bring your wife to Reunion? About half the boys did last time. Howabout the youngsters? You'll also find a good representation in that line. In other words, no matter how you arrange it you'll have lots of company and a great
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70,71
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1921*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ORTON H. HICKS
GEORGE L. FROST
Bob Burroughs has taken time from an unusually active life (and this is election year, too) to send some news of classmates recently seen. We quote from a letter bearing the date March 18: "About two months ago I had a nice
4719181_19400501_000142.xml
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71,72
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1922
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ANDREW MARSHALL
ROBERT P. BOOTH
In other columns of this issue there appears word of the death of Craven Laycock, which occurred on April 4th. The story of his connection with the College will be more fully and more ably outlined in other columns but I
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1923*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SHERMAN BALDWIN
SHERMAN M. CLOUGH
WARD H. HILTON
Notice anything wrong? Right, no picture. This is the first issue for which we haven't had a picture. Nuffi Sed!!??
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1924*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALFRED A. ADAMS
JAMES T. WHITE
On to Jug End Barn, May 18, 19. Please let your Secretary know ahead of time how many there will be in your party. Jug End Barn is located in Great Barrington, Mass., near South Egremont. Remember this party is for both Mt. and
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News from the classes
1925*
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FORD H. WHELDEN
JOHN F. REEDER
"The year's at the spring And day's at the morn;"
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1926*
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CHARLES S. BISHOP
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
Ritchie Smith, the itinerant book peddler of San Francisco, Honolulu and points west, receives a vote of thanks this month from the class Secretary. If it were not for his timely letter of recent date, our column this month
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1927*
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Tsk, tsk, tsk, what a pity! Not one member of the class had three cents to squandor on a stamp last month to send a letter to your scribe. We didn't know the depression was quite that bad. Without intending to brag any, we'll
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1928*
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OSMUN SKINNER
PAUL R. KRUMING
Imperturbable old timer that he is, your Secretary is all aflutter—having just embarked on that delightful period in life known as "the engagement." After writing about the engagements of others for these notes and for the
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1929*
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
VAN NESS JAMIESON
Last night at the Copley Plaza in Boston it was broiled lobster and fillet of beef—tonight it will be baked beans and brown bread in the kitchen—for: DonSimpson, assistant professor of law at Northeastern University, teaching
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1930*
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ALBERT I. DICKERSON
WARREN FRENCH
Well, we will just spend this month storing up pathos for our tear-jerking swansong next month, and give over the column to the most obnoxious of our many objectionable correspondents. Only we must warn you in reading the
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1931*
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
CRAIG THORN JR.
Dear Dad: Please send check. (Signed) Tom. About eight or nine years ago a letter like that meant a hurry call, and this is by way of a plug for Beany and the Class Agents as an additional reminder for you to get your check for
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Class Notes
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1932*
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EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
JOHN W. SHELDON
A refreshing glimpse of today's Hanover is afforded this month through the eyes of Dick Stoiber, who teaches Geology and sticks pretty close to the campus during the school year, except for vacation peerades to New York and
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Class Notes
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1933*
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JOHN S. MONAGAN
EDWARD J. FOLEY JR.
Whatever may be the private opinion of certain headstrong members of the Stephen Daye Press (printers of THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE) organization, the fact still remains that Edivard J. Foley and not Page Worthington is the
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Class Notes
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1934*
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
WILLIAM KNIBBS 3RD
First brothers-in-law, to our knowledge, within the classic fold of 1934 are George Copp and Harry Wallace. Harry, who is now with the General Foods Sales Company, had his engagement recently announced to Kathleen Joan Copp,
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1935*
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GARDNER CUSHMAN
DONALD W. FRASER
June 14, 15 and 16 are drawing near. Frank Specht and his committee are completing their preparations. There will be plenty of beer on tap in our tent. A picnic and barebecue are scheduled for Saturday. The tax is estimated at
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1936*
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DEAN R. GIDNEY
ROBERT H. SHERTZ
SHORT CHEERS
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1937*
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DONALD C. MCKINLAY
MORTIMER BERKOWITZ JR.
Breathes there a classmate With soul so dead, Who never to himself in Spring hath said: Hurrah! My contribution To the fund is due, My big regret is that I can't make two.
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1938*
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
EWART G. WALLS JR.
Things are moving so fast these days I can't keep up with them. It won't make things any easier, either, with Lang's nefarious letters floating around for the next two months. I've got a lot of things to talk about. .. .there's
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1939*
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ROBERT W. GIBSON
BERTRAM R. MACMANNIS
HERE AND THERE
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PHIL CHASE HONORED
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"The national Modern Pioneer program is an observance of the 150 th anniversary of the founding of the American patent system. Through it the National Association of Manufacturers, representing American industry, honors
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"LOOKIN BACK"
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DONALD C. BENNINK
FOR THE PAST seven issues of the MAGAZINE, we have been "Lookin' Back" with you, and have devoted the ruminations of this column to a kalaedoscopic picture in retrospect of the activities of the Class of 1915 during its active
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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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