Issue: 19401001

Tuesday, October 1, 1940
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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The Alder Tavern
The Alder Tavern
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WE OPEN THIS FIRST ISSUE of a new year just as the College itself begins—with the address of PRESIDENT HOPKINS at Convocation in Webster Hall on September 19. Highly informal (as have been previous opening addresses),
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Masthead
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This Month
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The Dartmouth Printing Company
The Dartmouth Printing Company
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The Dartmouth
The Dartmouth
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THE MOOSILAUKE RAVINE CAMP
THE MOOSILAUKE RAVINE CAMP
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YOUR CAR NEEDS GULFLEX REGISTERED LUBRICATON GULF
YOUR CAR NEEDS GULFLEX REGISTERED LUBRICATON GULF
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STEPHEN DAYE PRESS
STEPHEN DAYE PRESS
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Fuly Issue
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PRECISION-MADE BY Bell & Howell
PRECISION-MADE BY Bell & Howell
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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DARTMOUTH?
DARTMOUTH?
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THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
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GREAT PIPE OFFER
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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THE NEW NUGGET
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Frank Brother
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Insurance Company of North America
Insurance Company of North America
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FILMS
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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The Editor
WEBSTER HALL is miserably inadequate. You may say: "Where have I heard this before?" Having just come from the exercises opening the College's 172 nd year we are ready to begin where we left off last time and damn the
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Doc Griggs
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The Editor
FOR A GOOD MANY YEARS, until his strength gave out, Doc Griggs entertained almost every student group on the campus by putting on the grandest strawberry shortcake feeds you ever heard about. In May when the Hanover North
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
103rd Birthday
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The Editor
WHEN MISS MARY JANE DEWEY WAS TEN years old the laborious task of pushing the railroad north to Lebanon was completed. In that year, 1847, Daniel Webster made his famous speech from a flat car just south of Hanover and the
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Pass the Bowl!
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The Editor
FOR THOSE NOT AWARE of it we call attention to the chairmanship of the Alumni Fund Committee as one of the most vital tasks in the College organization. And no less important in relation to the Colled welfare is the work of the
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Qualified
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The Editor
THE KIND OF spirit it takes for a young man to make his way in the world is maybe reflected in the following advertisement, reported to us by Allan Gottschaldt '18, that appeared in the Wellesley (Mass.) Townsman early in the
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR CHARLES F. PALMER '18, of Atlanta, appointed housing coordinator for the country by the National Defense Advisory Commission.
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Presidents of the College
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EVER ANIMATED by the drive of moral force, deeply urged to raise the stand- aid of his fellow man, Wheelock made as his special endeavor the Christianizing of the Indian. Founder of Moor's Indian Charity School in Lebanon,
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President Opens 172nd Year
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Convocation Address Denounces Counterfeit Liberalism And Calls for Constructive Thought and Effort in Crisis
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1940 Enrollment
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INCOMPLETE ENROLLMENT figures on the opening day of College, September 19, indicated that this year's student body would be practically as large as that of last year. Undergraduate enrollment of 2,334, compared to 2,345 for
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Opening Prayer
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THE FOLLOWING is a portion of the prayerwritten by President Hopkins and readby him at the opening exercises:
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Leland Griggs, Naturalist
Leland Griggs, Naturalist
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PARKER MERROW '25
Teaching in Campus Classrooms and Wilderness Cabins Has Immortalized Doc Griggs to Dartmouth Men
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Tines of a Caribou
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in this series of pictures by GeorgeHiiggins Studio Doc Griggs is shownexplaining what happens to the bottom, middle, and top tines of theantlers of a caribou. The large photograph is characteristic of his expresion in a lecture.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC SYS.
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John G. Gazlen
TEMS, by Professor Earl R. Sikes. HenryHolt if Cos., 1940, pp. 690, $3.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
BENNY THE BUNNY LIKED BEANS
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Herbert F. West '22.
by Robert L. May '26. Alfred A. Knop1940. pp. 26. $.50.
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
MARCEL PROUST AND HIS FRENCH
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Ramon Guthrie.
CRITICS, by D. W. Alden '33. Lymanhouse,Los Angeles. 259 pages.
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Practical War Books; Selected Reading Chosen by Roswell Magill, Dorothy Thompson, H. L. Mencken
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Lettter from the Editor
A Freshman Writes Home
A Freshman Writes Home
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Letters Written Last Year By Member of Class of '43; First Installment Describes the Fall Season
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News of the College
Active Defense Role
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ALTHOUGH THEORETICALLY on vacation at his summer home in Manset, Maine, President Hopkins devoted a large part of his summer to national defense activities. He traveled to New York a number of times to attend meetings of the
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News of the College
Dartmouth Defense Group
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TO SERVE AS A central clearing agency for national defense activities at Dartmouth this year, an American Defense Dartmouth Group of six faculty and administrative members was named by President Hopkins early in September.
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News of the College
1940 Alumni Fund
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ALUMNI FUND RECORDS were topple again when the final results of the 1940 campaign were tabulated during the summer. Gifts from 10,136 Dartmouth me gave the Fund its most successful campaign in number and percentage of
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News of the College
Joins College Staff
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THE APPOINTMENT of Richard W. Olmsted '32 of Hamden, Conn., as Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds was announced by President Hopkins in August. Mr. Olmsted began his duties as assistant to Superintendent Willard
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News of the College
Lost to College
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Dr. Ashley K. Hardy '94 (above), Professorof German, and Mauritz Hedlund '12, Assistant Superintendent of Buildings andGrounds, whose deaths during the summerdeprived the College staff of two of its mostloyal and beloved members. Full accountsof
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News of the College
New Faculty
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EIGHTEEN new faculty members took up teaching duties at Dartmouth for the first time as the College opened its 172nd academic year on September 19. The group included one full professor, six assistant professors, five
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News of the College
Oriental Collection
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A Oriental collection of considerable rarity and value was presented to the Dartmouth College Museum in August by Robert L. Ripley, Honorary '39, of Mamaroneck, N. Y. Made up largely of carvings, tapestries, porcelain, brass
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News of the College
Building Activities
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WHILE THE REST of Hanover slackens its pace during the summer recess, the Department of Buildings and Grounds, headed by Willard M. Gooding '11, undertakes a busy schedule of improvement and polishing up of the College plant.
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News of the College
Athletic Surplus Reported
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AN OPERATING SURPLUS of $6,635.74 for the fiscal year 1939-40 is reported by the Dartmouth College Athletic Council in its annual financial statement, printed in full in the adjoining columns. This surplus compares with
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Hospital Insurance
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IF ACCEPTED by the requisite 75% of eligible employees, a group hospitalization insurance plan for faculty members, administrative officers, and other College personnel will go into effect on October 1. Details of the plan
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News of the College
Financial Report of the Athletic Council
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Operating Surplus and Deficit for the Year Ending June 30,1940
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News of the College
New Song Book
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A NEW EDITION OF Songs of DartmouthCollege is now being prepared by Prof. Donald E. Cobleigh '23, director of the College Glee Club. In order that the song book may come up to the expectations of Dartmouth alumni and include
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News of the College
Magazine Index
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AN INDEX to Volume 32 of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE has again been publishes and is available free of charge to all subscribers. Requests for copies of the Index which may be bound into a complete volume of issues for the past year,
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News of the College
Marine Corps Reserve
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THE UNITED STATES Marine Corps is planning to increase its Reserve Officer strength to meet the increasing demands of the present emergency. Under these plans, applicants for Reserve Commissions will be selected for active duty
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News of the College
Increase Subscription Rate
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AFTER CONSULTATION with its alumni advisory board, the MAGAZINE management this fall raised the individual subscription rate from $2.50 to $3.00. This increase does not affect the established rates for class group
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News of the College
Grand Prize Winner
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THE EDITORS WERE PLEASED this summer to receive notification from the American Alumni Council, a national association of alumni officers and editors of all colleges, that the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE had received the Grand
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News of the College
Defense Opportunities
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As part of its program the American Defense Dartmouth Group will investigate and announce opportunities for enlistment in the various branches of the service, as well as opportunities in other phases of the national defense
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A Familiar Financial Story
A Familiar Financial Story
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Alumni Fund Once Again Enables College to Close Books Without Deficit, Treasurer's Report Discloses
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INCOME AND EXPENSE SHOWN ON A PER STUDENT BASIS
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Income
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Charles Bolte '41
Dartmouth Will Be Different This Year, Editor Believes After Summer Hitchhiking Trip Across the Nation
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The Undergraduate Chair
WAR TALK SCARCE
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Charles Bolte '41
But go down the four-lane highways, through the big tunnels and the express viaducts, across the Alleghenies to where the land flattens into the Mississippi Valley. America is out there too. The farms are big and
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The Undergraduate Chair
NOTES CHANGED ATTITUDE
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Charles Bolte '41
I had 27 rides going west from Greenwich to San Francisco, and most of the men (women don't pick you up) didn't give a damn about the war. I had about 35 coming back from San Diego to Greenwich, and all except one of them
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With the Outing Club
With the Outing Club
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Boys' Summer Camp Venture by D.O.C. Turns Out To Be Definite Success and Fun for All Involved
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With the Outing Club
21 AT FIRST SESSION
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Our plans and circular for the camp had contemplated a maximum enrollment of 25 boys for each of the two two-week sessions. An enrollment of 21 youngsters for the first session and of a somewhat smaller group for the second
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With the Outing Club
D.O.C. FOOD MAKES HIT
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Hans Paschen '28T.
The boys slept in Natt Emerson Cabin, where the various rooms are finished off to resemble separate log cabins—five boys and one counselor to a bunk room. The food, we think, was fine. A number of the boys told us that it beat
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Whitey Fuller '37
1940 Eleven Rates as Better Unit Than Last Year's, But Tougher Opposition Beclouds the Issue
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Big Green Teams
Statistics on Leading Members of Varsity Squad
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ENDSName *Krieger, Robert E. '41 *Kelley, John W. '41 Crowley, Joseph A. '43 Gerber, Harry G. '43 Krumm, Robert R. '43 Carey, Fred M. '43 Height 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 Weight 180 171
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Big Green Teams
Candid Camera
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Eddie DeCourcey, veteran of the rubbingroom, starts to wcind more miles of adhesivetape as 1940 practice gets under way.
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Varsity Soccer
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Whitey Fuller '37
COACH TOMMY DENT invited back 22 soccer candidates this fall, and although prospects for a championship team are not bright, Dartmouth will benefit from the experience the juniors gained last fall when they lost a majority of
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Fall Schedules
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Whitey Fuller '37
VARSITY FOOTBALL Sept. 28, St. Lawrence; Oct. 5, Franklin and Marshall; 12, Columbia; 19, Yale at New Haven; 26, Harvard at Cambridge; Nov. 2, Sewanee; 9, Princeton at Princeton; 16, Cornell; 23, Brown at Providence.
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Football Booklets
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Whitey Fuller '37
Football enthusiasts among the alumni will be interested to know that there are a limited number of 1940 Dartmouth football booklets available at the Athletic Publicity Office. A letter to Whitey Fuller, Alumni Gymnasium,
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Class Notes
News From Alumni Clubs
Washington, D. C.
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N. Page Worthington '33.
HAVING SURVIVED ONE VACATION, three heat waves, five Softball games, and one picnic, it behooves your secretary to bring up to date the various activities of the local association. Although the undergraduates have had a three
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News From Alumni Clubs
Northwest
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C. E. Whitney '24.
ON JUNE 26 Dartmouth Alumni of Minnesota, North and South Dakota, met for their annual picnic at Henry Thrall's, ('O6) farm, Bloomington, Minn. Approximately 100 alumni and undergraduates enjoyed one of the best outings the
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News From Alumni Clubs
North Shore (Mass.)
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THE NORTH SHORE Dartmouth Club will meet on October 24, 1940, at the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, Mass. President Hopkins will be the principal speaker o£ the evening, and his visit is being looked forward to with great interest
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News From Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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Donald M. Wood Jr. '33.
FALL ALWAYS USHERS IN a busy season for the Chicago alumni. The principal events, of course, are the football returns on Saturday afternoons, but in addition there will be special monthly luncheons in October and November with
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News From Alumni Clubs
Northeastern New York
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Nat Harmon '23.
THE LOCALE OF THE Wednesday luncheon meetings in Albany has been moved downtown to Farnham's Restaurant—where a dozen to fifteen regulars congregate weekly. Fall and football ought to boost the attendance.
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News From Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33.
ALUMNI ACTIVITY DURING THE SUMMER . was confined to outings in New Haven and Bridgeport. The latter was a recurrence of the annual Dartmouth-Wesleyan Softball and eating fracas with honors even. The crowd was there, but for
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News From Alumni Clubs
Baltimore
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Harold R. Hastings '00.
IT SEEMS A RATHER LONG LOOK Lack tO Oil last gathering in May. The principi business transacted then was the annul election. Results: Bill Grant '19 will be tin boss, with Jake Shafer '37 as understudy Art Flinner '35, with the
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News From Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G. Shultz '30.
THERE WAS LITTLE ACTIVITY in this sector over the summer due to the fact that we are so scattered it is hard to choose a date when everyone can get together. It seems as though five or six of the gang always pick the same
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News From Alumni Clubs
Houston
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Dwight J. Edson '18.
THE FIRST SOCIAL ACTIVITY of the club was a fishing trip July 13 to Heald Banks, about 45 miles offshore from Galveston. Fishermen attending were Smith '18, Edson 18, Krogstad '27, Ferguson '30, Jacob '39, Power '40, Heitmann
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News From Alumni Clubs
Detroit
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Richard W. Brown '29.
THE SUMMER SEASON was climaxed here with a sendoff luncheon for the members of the class of 1944, twelve being the number expected to register in Hanover from this area. Forty alumni, undergraduates and freshmen-to-be
4719181_19401001_000081.xml
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News From Alumni Clubs
Medical School
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Rolf C. Syvertsen, M'22.
JUNE 14 is A LONG WAY back in this fast moving world, but we must tell the absentees about our reunion. The extended program was reviewed, all or in part, and apparently passed by our always alert board of critics, the alumni
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1876*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. HENRY H. PIPER
Hardison in occasional letters through the spring and summer gave an account of the planting of his garden, the progress of it, and the fruition. He continues his activity in the Boston Insurance Company as a director, serving
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1878*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
Bread cast upon the waters does return after many days. Of several letters written ten years ago asking for a likeness of our lamented Fred Hutchinson to be included in the "Narrative" of our first half century, one went to his
4719181_19401001_000084.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1880
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL S. PERRY
Sixtieth Tear Reunion
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40
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1882
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HERBERT L. LUQUES
Coburn was the only representative of the class of '82 at Commencement.
4719181_19401001_000086.xml
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40
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1883
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALFRED E. WATSON
Editor.
The sympathies of the class are extended to her parents, Alfred Watson and Mrs. Watson, and to her husband and children, upon the death of Margery (Mrs. H. M. Larson). Her death occurred in Morristown. New Jersey, August 12th,
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40
40
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1885*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
Al Briggs, one of our "Nine Old Men" who attended the 55th Anniversary Reunion, had the misfortune, on June 19th, to be stricken with a perforated ulcer of the stomach at his home in Chelsea, Mass. and was rushed to the
4719181_19401001_000088.xml
article
40
40,41
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1886*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY W. THURSTON
JAMES W. NEWTON
Hooray! In June, 1940, Dartmouth gave a degree as of June, 1886, to Dr. Henry 0 Smith. Welcome to our class, Spud.
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41
41
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1887
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EMERSON RICE
Mrs. Joseph T. Cunningham died in Brooklyn, N. Y. May 28, after an illness of five days. She had been prominent in Catholic circles as founder of the Catholic Young Women's League of Brooklyn. She will be pleasantly recalled by
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article
41
41
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1888*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
Allard, Horatio E writes on May 3; have been somewhat out of commission for some months as the result of an automobile accident. "I am now able to get around after a fashion." He and Mrs. Allard live at 171 Hemenway St.,
4719181_19401001_000091.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1889*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
Golden Wedding
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42
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1890
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
Our fiftieth reunion is now but a pleasant memory. We won the silver cup (or rather tied with '85) for the largest percentage of any class returning—the President and other College officials accorded us every courtesy—our
4719181_19401001_000093.xml
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42
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1891
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
In preparation for our Fiftieth next June the vacancy on our Executive Committee caused by the death of W. O. Smith has been filled by the remaining members through the selection of R. L. O'Brien who has accepted.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1892
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR M. STRONG
Geig's letter in August covered the doings of '92 so thoroughly that there is nothing much for me to add in these notes except that Stought has a new address: 301 West 121 Street, New York City. Geig was a bit mistaken in one
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1893*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD G. ABORN
For considerably over a year we have not found it necessary to record the passing of a classmate, and now, just as the notes for this issue are being compiled, we are grieved to learn of the death of two '93 men, Elam Rust
4719181_19401001_000096.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1894*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Never before in an issue of this MAGAZINE have there been the obituaries of three men of our Class. Indeed after a period of over a year without any deaths four men went in eleven weeks. However, there are fifty-four remaining
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1895*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
Echoes of the good time those of us had who attended the 45th reunion still come to the attention of our local group of '95ers. We are indebted to "P. I." Morrison for his excellent report of our coming together.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1896
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
At the Boston Alumni dinner held in April all the class members in and around Boston comprising Louis Cox, Richards, Staples and Young attended. Judge Cox as chairman of the committee read some finely drawn resolution on
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44
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1897
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WELD A. ROLLINS
Burpee Taylor wrote in June that his son Bob was to take a cruise with the Navy for his'vacation. Bob has a commission as ensign in the Naval Reserve.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1898*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
H. PHILIP PATEY
Joe and Mrs. Joe made ideal hosts and everyone present had a most delightful time. Joe has been serving this summer as chairman of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Committee to obtain funds for library at Hyde Park, N. Y. to
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1899*
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[no value]
[no value]
RALPH W. HAWKES
K. Asakawa who was operated on for gall stones and appendicitis in August was last reported as on the road to recovery and spending a few weeks at Clarkland. Tim Lynch and Detta motored to Colorado during the summer,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1900*
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[no value]
[no value]
PROF. L. B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
The report of the 40th reunion in the July issue was somewhat hastily written and the rather remarkable record of attendance was, perhaps, not adequately stressed. It was, in fact, more satisfactory than that at any of our
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1901*
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Douglas Vanderhoof is the author of an historical sketch of Saint Stephen's Church, Tuckahoe Paris, Henrico County, Virginia, published as a special issue of the Chronicle, May 26, 1940. Van is senior warden of this church and
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1902*
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
Robert F. Estabrook, vice president and general manager of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, was elected to the executive committee of the company in August at the monthly meeting of the directors. He succeeds
4719181_19401001_000105.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1903*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
Usually the annual picnic at "Musa" has furnished me an unusual opportunity to gather many notes of interest to the class, but this year the unexpected happened and it was impossible to hold the picnic. It seems that Vic Cutter
4719181_19401001_000106.xml
article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1904*
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN
THOMAS W. STREETER
Since my last class news we have had a reunion at Hanover, and since then have had the pleasure of seeing Ike and Mrs. Charron, Karl and Mrs. Brackett, Hayward and Mrs. Rolfe, Mrs. Willis, Donald Gilman Kimball in person, Bill
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1905*
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[no value]
[no value]
WALTER M. MAY
With sincere regret we announce the resignation of "Doc" MacMillan as Secretary-Treasurer of the Class, effective as of July 1, 1940. The decision, reached reluctantly by him after careful consideration, is entirely due to
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1906*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
DON'T FORGET! 1941 Is OUR REUNION YEAR
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1907*
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[no value]
[no value]
H. RICHARDSON LANE
The College has started another cycle, the thirty-seventh since we first knew it. May it be a fruitful year for the College and for '07!
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1908*
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[no value]
[no value]
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
Several announcements have corns to the reporter's desk during the summer, first of which was a formal notice that Peter F. McCarty has removed his law office to 31 Milk Street, Boston. The announcement doesn't say that Pete
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1909*
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[no value]
[no value]
HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
The following three items, I had prepared for the June issue of the MAGAZINE, but we had so many notes that they were omitted from the MAGAZINE because I was using more space than was allotted to our class. I am, therefore,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1910*
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[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
EARNEST SMALL, very able Captain of the U. S. Navy, has been detached from his destroyer division, and made head of the department of Ordnance and Gunnery at Annapolis where he is actually one of the professors .... a few
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1911*
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[no value]
[no value]
PROF. NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
LESLIE D. HAWKRIDGE
Announcement is hereby made that next June will be the occasion of our 30th Reunion. This column will carry each month news about reunion and classmates and their plans for reunion. The names of those who are to return will be
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1912*
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[no value]
[no value]
CONRAD E. SNOW
RICHARD C. PLUMER
Benjamin Clark Adams, son of Ben Adams, was married to Betty May Franklin on February 25, 1939, at Seattle, Washington.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1913*
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Davis have the honor to announce the marriage of their daughter Sally Bradford to Mr. Thornton Frederick Bradshaw on Saturday the eighth of May, 1940 at Harwichport, Mass. Ted was in Hanover for Commencement
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1914*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD LEECH
JOHN F. CONNERS
Hello again!
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1915*
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[no value]
[no value]
DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
The big 25th in June, even though three months in the past, is still the topic of conversation wherever those who were lucky enough to be present gather, and well it may continue through the months to come. It was perfect in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1916*
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN P. ENGLISH
FRANK BOBST
It has been a grand summer for Balmacaan get-to-gethers from commencement in Hanover to the fishing party in Newburyport. For a non-reunion year, I spotted fourteen sixteeners at commencement. Dick Parkhurst, Professor John
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1917*
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[no value]
[no value]
EUGENE D. TOWLER
DONALD BROOKS
Seventeen Up? Coach Blaik has kindly consented to bring the men in green to town again so we can forget such trivial annoyances as business, war and elections, and get right down to fundamentals again. Uh, huh. Bob and Anita
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1918*
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
HARVEY HOOD THE 1918 JIM FARLEYHarvey is Chairman of the entire Alumni Fund campaign for the College next spring —'18ers may well feel proud of Harvey's leadership and rightly '18 is justified in such leadership for with the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1919*
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[no value]
[no value]
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
JAMES C. DAVIS
It is my sad duty to report the death of three classmates and the wife of a fourth —Philip Gammons, Horace Hawks, James Bailey and Esther Bird. The Necrology section carries further information about the first three. Esther Bird
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1920*
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE ELLIOTT
You'd think that Sherry Baketel's excellent reunion report in the July issue of the MAGAZINE would be enough coverage, but the reunion really was such a huge success that it seems impossible not to continue. In the first place,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1921*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROGER C. WILDE
News has been pouring in since the June blast of these notes was concocted. And so to work, getting everyone caught up Right after aforesaid blast, your scribe journeyed to Hanover to represent '2l at the annual conclave of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1922*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ANDREW MARSHALL, 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
Greetings Twoters! Another summer has rolled by and here we are again at the threshold of a new college year, which also means that our famous ALUMNI MAGAZINE will start its monthly tour to each of you. I hope that you have
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1923*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SHERMAN BALDWIN
ROBERT L. MCMILLAN
Of course the big news for this the opening issue of the MAGAZINE'S new season concerns the reunion held in Hanover over the week-end of August 17. A year ago on our first such meeting we enthused at some length about its
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1924*
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[no value]
[no value]
ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Congratulations to the class on its Alumni Fund Record. Cheers for the grand job Jim White did again this year. Hurrah for the great work the captains and lieutenants did. This is the best 1924 has yet achieved. Let's keep up
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1925*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER 3RD
The rather simple task of accumulating: this first batch of notes and of keeping our class records up to date has impressed most keenly on my mind the magnificent job that Ford Whelden did as Secretary during his tenure of office.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1926*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. BISHOP
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT JR.
The first thing that comes to mind as we start our column for another year is our big 15th next June. As indicated on these pages during the past year 1936 will join 1921, 1931, and 1936 in a post-commencement reunion to take
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1927*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
You have all received the very attractive mailing piece sent out by this MAGAZINE early in September telling of its new milestones of 1940 and its objectives for the future. Our 100% subscription to the MAGAZINE this past year
4719181_19401001_000130.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1928*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
A Wah-Hoo-Wah for Class Agent PaulKruming and his hard-working committee for the splendid Alumni Fund showing. Under Paul's inspired leadership '28 had 100% of contributors and 77% of objective. Paul has agreed to head up the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1929*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
F. WILLIAM ANDRES
WILLIAM O. KEYES
The good old summer time never seems to turn up much local gossip, what with most of the boys being busy brushing up on their various athletic talents in order not to appear too awkward as they attempt to coach the youngsters.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1930*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
G. WARREN FRENCH
HENRY S. EMBREE
Force of habit, acquired during the last four years, nearly resulted in starting this column with the "Thirty-three" salutation, "Dear Thirtymen." Perhaps that would be appropriate, however, as the class enters its second
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1931*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
CRAIG THORN JR.
In renewing this column, we are very much aware of the weight of years on our shoulders—ten years coming up this next June. I don't imagine any of us feel any older than the day we finished, but it's ! my guess that we're all a
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1932*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
JOHN A. WRIGHT
The summer is usually more productive of class news than was the case this year. A relatively thin sheaf of '32 correspondence greeted this scribe on his return from a vacation-honeymoon in Mexico. And no classmates were
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1933*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN S. MONAGAN
LEE W. ECKELS
Gauleiter Lee Eckels in a rollicking speech at the Pittsburgh Sportspalast last week made an appeal for donations for the 1933 Annual Winter Relief Fund. Taking as his text "Morgen die ganze Welt," the spirited orator pointed
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article
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76,77
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1934*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
RICHARD F. GRUEN
There isn't a word of truth in the above address and hasn't been for several months, for your scribe since late June has been leading a nomadic existence. This current and initial effort of the fall term is being banged out in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1935*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
BOBB CHANEY
Memories of Hanover and reunion are still strong in our mind as we lead off on the chronicalization of the second five years, and the temptation is strong to continue the comments so hastily recorded for the July issue, but we
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1936*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DEAN R. GIDNEY
ALBERT L. GIBNEY
Another year and some more rehashes of the same old stuff.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1937*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD C. MCKINLAY
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
Well, D'JAVAGDZUMMER? Ypdjoo? S'FINE, now we can go ahead.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1938*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GARL F. VON PECHMANN
J. CLARKE MATTIMORE
That was a swell job on the Alumni Fund, and while for some people it's too bad that '37 couldn't have beaten us out it was a foregone conclusion that the possibility didn't exist. As for marriages, I doubt if any class
4719181_19401001_000141.xml
article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1939*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. GIBSON
HERBERT MATTLAGE
HERE AND THERE
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1940*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS W. BRADEN JR.
ELMER T. BROWNE
The mind, as Mr. Saroyan has said, is unable to comprehend sympathetically things statistical. Most of us find it diff cult, looking at the daily totals for the slaughter abroad, to feel the same kind of organic sympathy which we
4719181_19401001_000143.xml
article
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Article
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Appreciation from '95
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
F. E. Austin '95.
Knowing the reticence of our class secretary, Roland E. Stevens, to publicize his good offices in behalf of our 45th reunion, the writer deems it a duty to usurp at least some of Roland's official perogatives and give public
4719181_19401001_000144.xml
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Article
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1901-02-03-04-05
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[no value]
[no value]
Determined to secure for our classes and ourselves the increasing satisfactions of reminiscence and companionship during the beginning of the century, we as Secretaries of the first five classes of the century, hereby
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Article
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Down East
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
The Boston Herald recently carried a notation that our 1909 classmate, Harold Murchie, who was formerly President of the Senate of the State of Maine and also President of the Maine Bar Association, had just been
4719181_19401001_000146.xml
article
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Article
[no value]
Dartmouth in Java
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
A letter from Bob Stevens '27 under the letterhead, N. V. General Motors Java, Handel Mij., Tandjong-Priok, Java (N. E. I.) has just arrived, dated April 26. Bob writes: "I arrived down here the last of January and find
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article
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Article
[no value]
Federal Music Chief
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
George Foster '28, former regional supervisor for the WPA Music Program in New England and New York, has been appointed Deputy Director of the program with headquarters in Washington. He has been connected with the
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Article
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Time Marches Back
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THE PRESENT writer has been convinced that he knows far more about the history of 1916's four years in college than any other member of the class. For this reason and for many others he is admirably qualified to write on the
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Doctors' Nemesis
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A position equivalent to that of Grand High Nemesis of the medical profession has been accorded to Bud French '30 of East Orange, N. J. Bud, former class agent who was made secretary-chairman at his tenth reunion in June,
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$1 A Year Man
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Nelson A. Rockefeller '30 was appointed on August 16 by President Roosevelt to the newly created position of co-ordinator of commercial and cultural relations among the American republics for the Council of National
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Willkie Worker
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Wendell L. Willkie can expect at least one vote from the ranks of 1916 this November. Fletcher R. Andrews '16, professor of law at Western Reserve University, accepted the chairmanship of the independent Willkie clubs of
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Coined "Parking"
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Seldom does an undergraduate's slang outlive his generation, but to Edward Gray Griffin '10 his home town, Albany, N. Y., is posthumously giving the credit of coining the nowaccepted sage of the word "park" as applied to
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Refugee Rodents
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Leslie C. Dunn '15, Professor of Zoology at Columbia University, is reported to have had on his safe, scientific hands some of the rarest and most interesting refugees yet to arrive here from war-torn Europe.
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Display Ads
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Radio
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We quote from the gaudy Manhattan column of a months old issue of one of New York's subway circulating newspapers—
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received during the summer. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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