Issue: 19410201

Saturday, February 1, 1941
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Barsis at Snow Valley
Barsis at Snow Valley
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CONTINUING THE SERIES of faculty biographical sketches, an intimate story on ROYAL CASE NEMIAH, Professor of Greek Language and Literature, written by DONALD BARTLETT '24, is presented in this issue on page 9. Bartlett,
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Masthead
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I Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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SPEND AN INVIGORATING WINTER VACATION
SPEND AN INVIGORATING WINTER VACATION
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MOHAWK CNGRAVINC CO.,INC.
MOHAWK CNGRAVINC CO.,INC.
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ROSFKS GARAGE
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GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE
GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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The Rugg Defense
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RAYMOND PEARL '99 AN EDITORIAL
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[The following editorial comment appeared in the New York Times.]
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On the Demolition of Dartmouth College
On the Demolition of Dartmouth College
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EMERSON SCHOOL
EMERSON SCHOOL
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Hebron Academy
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NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL of LAW
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ASHBURNHAM MASSACHUSETTS
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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Lake Morey Inn
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GULFLEX
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GENERAL & ELECTRIC
GENERAL & ELECTRIC
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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THE EDITOR.
WASHINGTON HAS DRAFTED President Hopkins to clear one of the most vexing and difficult bottlenecks of them all—steel and iron priorities. For the next few months he will give all his talents, time, and energy to the colossal
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
A Thorough Search
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THE EDITOR.
FOLLOWING THE LINES of its procedure in 1933-34 Athletic Council has conducted in the weeks since Earl Blaik's resignation a nation-wide search for the most promising man to take his place. Director of Athletics Bill McCarter
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Prospects Fair
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THE EDITOR.
UNDERSTATEMENT is not found in every column of an alumni magazine. In case you missed it last month your attention is called to the prospects for the current basketball season as described by Coach Osborne Cowles in our last
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Durable Studies
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THE EDITOR.
WITHIN THE PERIOD of vivid recollection of alumni of the vintage of your editor there have been four faculty figures of impressive stature in the Classics. "Charlie D." Adams, Harry Burton, William Stuart Messer, and Roy Nemiah
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The Wheelock Succession
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L. B. R. '00
THE TEMPORARY LOSS of his voice, embarrassing to him in his pastorate at Amherst, N. H., may have been one of the factors which led his fellow Trustees to elect Nathan Lord to the presidency in 1828 and for him to accept.
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR JAMES v. FORRESTAL '15, under secretary of the U. S. Navy.
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Classicist Not Without Honor
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Donald Bartlett '24
Royal Case Nemiah Faces the Educational Moderns with Skepticism, Relates Discipline to Beauty and Philosophy
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
WILLIAM E. CHANDLER, REPUBLICAN
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CLAUDE N. FUESS
The Full Story of William E. Chandler, First Progressive Republican, is Now Told by Professor Richardson
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE FLEET TODAY
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A. L. DEMAREE.
* , by Kendall Banning'02. Funk if Wagnalls, 1940, pp. XIV, 346,$2.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS-A STUDY OF THE DEBT-PROPERTY RATIO
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J.M. McDaniel
, byLeroy A. Shattuck Jr. '35. The Johns Hop-kins Press, 1940. p. 145.
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ERRATUM
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Leon B. Ricahardson '00.
To THE EDITOR:
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
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A Kind and Comfortable House
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S. C. H.
A Tribute to Mother Rood Who Has Created an Eating Club of Rare Distinction and Unusual Popularity
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QUOTES FROM ALUMNI
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Aldrich '17 UrgesMobilization for America
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Why Kill a Good Game?
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WILLIAM H. McCARTER '19
Collegiate Football Apologists Are Killing the Game While Pros Thrive on Press Attacks Aimed at Amateurs
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RAY NASH AND GRAPHIC ARTS
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Robert R. Rodgers '42.
WHILE RAY NASH'S quiet tweedsy slouch and pipe-fingering may not be familiar to the alumni and most of the College, it is near truism to say that his work during his five years at Dartmouth as typographical adviser and
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John Cotton Dana
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Nathaniel L. Goodrich.
JOHN COTTON DANA A LIFE, by FrankKingdon. The Newark Public Library ifMuseum, 1940. 175 pp. $3.00.
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Fifth Hanover Holiday
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HERBERT W. HILL
Dartmouth's Annual Post-Commencement Week of Recreation and Stimulation for Alumni Still Grows
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DARTMOUTH-IN-WASHINGTON
Sullivan, Top Tax Man
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Clyde C. Hall '26
The Nation's Huge Revenue Problems Are in the Lap of John Sullivan '21 at Washington
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Books for Clarification of the War, U. S. Defense and Foreign Policy Suggested by Dartmouth Defense Group
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News of the College
Takes Defense Post
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS assumed an active and important role in the national defense program when he was appointed on January 11 to the chairmanship of the iron and steel priorities committee under the Defense Priorities Division
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News of the College
Student Workshop
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GROWING CONVICTION that American college boys ought to learn to use their hands as well as their heads has led the College to announce that a Student Workshop will be inaugurated next semester under the direction of a
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News of the College
Alumni Council Vacancies
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SECRETARIES OF alumni clubs and associations have been notified that certain positions on the Alumni Council will become vacant in June. According to constitutional provisions the nominations for these places will be made by
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News of the College
Nature Course
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AN INFORMAL, non-credit course in Nature Recreation will be open to Dartmouth undergraduates and other interested persons next semester, under the direction of Dr. Richard Weaver, College Naturalist. Consisting of fourteen
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News of the College
Film Premiere
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FOLLOWING THE WORLD premiere of Music of the Masters in November, Dartmouth College Films had the honor to present the first public showing of Maxwell Anderson's Journey to Jerusalem on January 15. Directed by Elmer Rice and
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News of the College
Mrs. Rood Dies
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MRS. WINONA STILES ROOD, known as "Mother Rood" to hundreds of Dartmouth men who have boarded or worked at her Hanover eating club, died at the Mary Hitchcock Hospital on January 4 after an illness of many months. An operation
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News of the College
Science Papers
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FIVE DARTMOUTH faculty members from the Department of Biology presented papers at science meetings held in Philadelphia during Christmas vacation in conjunction with the annual session of the American Association for the
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President's Mother Dies
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MRS. MARY C. HOPKINS, mother of President Hopkins, died at her home in Perkinsville, Vt., on January so, after a brief illness in her 87 th year. Funeral services were held the following day, with burial in the family
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Reunions '91-'16
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THE CLASSES OF 1891, 1896, 1901, 1906, 1911, and 1916 will hold their reunions during the Commencement week-end in Hanover, June 13, 14, and 15. Members of three older classes, 1876, 1881, 1886-past the fifty-year
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Favor More Aid
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DARTMOUTH FACULTY and staff members who answered a questionnaire circulated by the American Defense Dartmouth Group just before Christmas vacation not only went on record overwhelmingly for greater aid to Britain but also
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'21-'26-'31-'36 Reunions
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THE CLASSES OF 1921, 1926, 1931, and 1936 will hold their reunions this June during the weekend following Commencement. The 5-, 10-, 15- and 20-year classes will concentrate their gatherings on Friday, Saturday, and
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Charles Bolte '41
Student Body Reacts Variously to Approaching Final Exams, Which Editor Calls Academic Roman Banquet
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Program for 31st Annual Winter Carnival
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Friday, February 7
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With the Outing Club
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Council of Sixteen Men Direct Rush of Activity as Prelude To gist Annual Dartmouth Winter Carnival
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Carnival Posters
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Alumni wishing to obtain Dartmouth's 31st Winter Carnival posters will find them available at the Dartmouth Outing Club. The two posters, both the work of Pratt Institute students, were selected from over forty entries in
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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R. H. Britton Jr. '42
"Tuss" McLaughry Succeeds Earl Blaik as Football Coach; College Greets Appointment With Warm Approval
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HAS MADE GOOD START
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R. H. Britton Jr. '42
As far as we're concerned McLaughry's initial meeting with just a few of the players has already won him his first step toward a good year in 1941 and a happy stay at Dartmouth. For there is no use in hiding the fact that the
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Big Green Teams
NEW ATTACK THRILLING
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R. H. Britton Jr. '42
It is undoubtedly of interest to discuss briefly the attack that Dartmouth fans will see next fall. As we have already related, it is a thrilling brand of football to watch when the manpower is available to master the basic
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Big Green Teams
Varsity Football Record During Blaik Regime
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1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 W L T Harvard 10-0 14-6 26-7 20-2 13-7 16-0 7-6 7 0 0 Yale 2-7 14-6 11-7 9-9 24-6 33-0 7-13 4 2 1 Princeton 13-38 6-26 13-13 33-9 22-0 7-9 9-14 2 4 1 Cornell 6-21 41-6 20-6 6-6 7-14 6-35 3-0 33 1
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Skiing
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INTERCOLLEGIATE SKIING will hit a new high in competitive keenness this Winter Carnival with Dartmouth showing definite signs of being below its former all-conquering power and the rest of the field displaying signs of newly
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With the Coaches
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THIS MONTH, as promised, we have on deck Coaches Harry Hillman and Tommy Dent who will expert on track and soccer for your interest. Before turning over the rostrum, though, a quick word or two on the basketball team's fine
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February Schedule
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VARSITY BASKETBALL—Feb. 1, Army at West Point; 5, Holy Cross; 8, Princeton; 12, Yale; 15, Cornell; 19, Yale at New Haven; 22, Columbia; 26, Brown.
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Last Month's Results
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BASKETBALL Jan. 1 Toledo 54 Dartmouth 48 3 Wayne 38 Dartmouth 34 4 Dartmouth 58 Rochester 53 10 Dartmouth 34 Harvard 31 15 Dartmouth 60 Pennsylvania 38 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Jan. 15 Dartmouth 51 Kimball Union 12 HOCKEY
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FOUR TIES PLAYED
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R. H. Britton Jr. '42
The soccer team played four tie games during the past season: Mass. State, 2-2; Navy, 0-0; Harvard, 1-1; and Yale, 1-1. Springfield College, usually the most powerful opponent on the schedule, was defeated 3-0, incidentally
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Within These Walls
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R. H. Britton Jr. '42
To PRODUCE a coherent progress report on Intramural Athletics one week before final exams is similar to the old dilemma of the egg and the hen. At present we are engaged in the running-off of basketball, hockey, and bridge. In
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BILL O'NEILL'S RECOLLECTIONS
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Robert R. Rodgers '42
BILL O'NEILL, driving a one-horse buggy along Main Street in the winter of 1913, saw Harry Wells stamping over the snow on the sidewalks.
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Glad To Be Back
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Fred Begole '4l
[Reprinted from The Dartmouth's extraof Tuesday evening, January 14.]
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
New York
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Malcolm G. Rollins '11
WE DON'T GET AS MUCH information about Ort Hicks' activities as we used to. Nowadays he spends so much time peddling film that his squash playing time is severely encroached upon. And in addition he has new interests. He's
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News from Alumni Clubs
Central New Jersey
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Arthur J. O'Mara '09
WE ARE STILL GOING along making progress with the Dartmouth Club of Central New Jersey, holding our luncheons on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. We had an enthusiastic group at our luncheon on January 8.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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M. G. Shultz '30
PLANS FOR THE GLEE CLUB concert and dance on March 28 are proceeding smoothly. At this moment it appears as though the affair will be held in the ballroom of the Abraham Lincoln Hotel although this is not yet definite. The
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News from Alumni Clubs
Georgia
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Austin L. Starrett '29
THE DARTMOUTH NIGHT celebration in Atlanta was held at the home of Henly Sturgess '17 and eight members gathered to talk and sing and pledge anew their loyalty to Dartmouth. Our host had an album of Dartmouth records which were
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News from Alumni Clubs
Southeastern Florida
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Donald C. Bunting '34
THIS TROPICAL AMERICA where summer spends the winter was again the setting for Dartmouth activities on December 13 when the Alumni Association held its regular fall meeting at Dinner Key, Pan American Airways airport. A very
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News from Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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W. Wallace Mountcastle '22.
REGULAR WEEKLY luncheons have been held since our last report and the ups and downs of our colorful football season naturally occupied a good deal of the discussions. Coming down to Dartmouth Night, we planned a fairly
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News from Alumni Clubs
Northwest
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C. E. Whitney '24
THE HOLIDAY SEASON brought alumni, undergraduates, prospects and fathers together in a series of meetings in the territory of the Northwest Association, (Minnesota, N. Dakota, and S. Dakota).
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News from Alumni Clubs
St. Louis
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William E. Rench'34
THE ST. LOUIS CLUB came out of hiding during the Christmas holidays and staged a very successful Christmas luncheon at the Missouri Athletic Club for the prospective students and their fathers. Seventy-five attended and the
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News from Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33
SINCE THE REPORT in the November issue the Connecticut Clubs have been unusually active. The Naugatuck Valley Club, which formerly was called the Waterbury Association, but which contains nearly as many members from Naugatuck
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News from Alumni Clubs
St. Petersburg
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C. E. Hill '20
ALL DARTMOUTH MEN visiting or passing through St. Petersburg, Florida this winter are invited to register with C. E. Hill '20, Secretary of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Florida, at the Hill's Travel Service Office, 25
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News from Alumni Clubs
Worcester
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Donald G. Mix '21
ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, the Dartmouth College Club of Worcester held the annual fellowship luncheon at Putnam & Thurston's Restaurant.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Rochester, Minn.
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Edward S. Judd '32
ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, the Dartmouth Club of Rochester, Minn., held one of its rather sporadic meetings at the University Club. In addition to the alumni, we had the fathers and the prospective Dartmouth men on hand. There
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News from Alumni Clubs
Keene
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[no value]
R. G. Putney '22
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Alumni Association was held at the Hotel Ellis on December 27 with Robert P. "Whitey" Fuller '37 as guest speaker.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Manchester, N. H.
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[no value]
Kennets W. Davis '24
ONCE AGAIN the Manchester Association has broken an attendance record. Saturday noon, December 28 at the Rice-Varick, 101 alumni, undergraduates, prospective students, and fathers of students, gathered for the annual holiday
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News from Alumni Clubs
Holyoke
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[no value]
[no value]
C. H. Kent '10
IN A RECENT election of officers, the following were chosen for the coming year: President, Morton Hull '08; Secretary, C. H. Kent '10; Board of Governors reelected for 1941: C. S. Lyon '10, C. H. Kent '10, M. D. Pomeroy '14.
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Central Pennsylvania
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[no value]
[no value]
John A. Bogar '29
GETTING OVER THE HUSTLE and bustle of the holidays is no easy matter—in fact, this year we were so busy that we almost slipped up on this month's column. Most of the Dartmouth men in the Central Pennsylvania district seemed to
4719181_19410201_000084.xml
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News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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[no value]
Donald M. Wood Jr. '33
A FURTHER REPORT on the undergraduate luncheon held 'way back on December 27 reveals that the attendance set a new record with 165 students, their fathers and members of the alumni present. We were also fortunate to have had
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Washington, D. C.
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[no value]
[no value]
N. Page Worthington '33
EASILY THE OUTSTANDING event of the past month was the annual undergraduate luncheon on December 27. All attendance records for this party were broken when about one hundred alumni and undergrads gathered at the Lee-Sheraton
4719181_19410201_000086.xml
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Philadelphia
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[no value]
[no value]
Henry B. King Jr. '33
ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st, the Annual Christmas Luncheon was held at the University Club, with some 80 odd "Dartmouth—interests" attending. Of these 80, approximately 20 were applicants for the freshman class of 1941-42, and
4719181_19410201_000087.xml
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Article
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Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
IT MAY BE A LITTLE early to start talking about the Thayer School Open House to be held Saturday, March 22, 1941, but if an advance notice will enable any of the alumni to plan a trip to Hanover that week-end it may be in order.
4719181_19410201_000088.xml
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Article
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Medical School
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[no value]
ROLF C. SYVERTSEN M' 22.
DARTMOUTH MEDICAL ALUMNI DINNER will positively be held on Thursday February 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the Dartmouth Club in New York. Basil O'Connor '12, President of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Colonel H.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1868
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[no value]
[no value]
To J.K.L. and E.P.L.
As travellers who have reached some sunny height Where the path bends, seeing ahead the way That still ascends, pause to look back and say How fair the road has been! then catching sight Of th' spot below whence in
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1876*
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[no value]
[no value]
Dr. Henry H. Piper
The Seventy-Six surviving group of thirteen, ten graduates and three who did not graduate (at Dartmouth), reach the Christmas season of 1940 in usual health, so far as the Secretary has information, with the exception of one
4719181_19410201_000091.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1877
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[no value]
[no value]
John M. Comstock
It is the sad duty of the Secretary to announce the death of his wife on December 29, after a long period of ill health. They were passing the sixtieth year of their married life.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1878*
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
We are now but nine. Whittelsey, last of our non-grads and one of the most loyal, left us Dec. 8. It seems he was the oldest of us survivors, born a year earlier than appears in the big Class-book that Dean Emerson had filled
4719181_19410201_000093.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1880
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[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL S. PERRY
We chronicled in the last issue a detailed report of the death from a heart attack of our classmate, Dr. Sam T. King of Baldwin, L. I., New York, which report came to us through a letter received from Classmate William I.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1884*
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM J. STARR
MEET BEN GEORGE
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1885*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
The Secretary and Mrs. Bayley are pleased to acknowledge the receipt of Christmas-New Year greeting cards from the following class members, namely, Warren Adams, Al Briggs, John Brooks, Charles Floyd, Otis Hovey, Harry Parker,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1886*
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY W. THURSTON
Further information about wedding anniversaries has come to the Secretary. See the class notes for 1868 in this issue of the MAGAZINE for a sonnet on the 40th wedding anniversary of our esteemed Latin professor, John K. Lord,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1887
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[no value]
[no value]
EMERSON RICE
Mrs. Kittredge writes: "There have been no changes since Walter's death except the birth of two daughters, Alice and Virginia and one son Theodore to my youngest daughter Winifred, now Mrs. Webster W. Eaton of Elmira, New
4719181_19410201_000098.xml
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40,41
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1888*
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[no value]
[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
As you may have noted in the January issue the class of '88 faded from the picture with the passing of the old year 1940. It looked for a time as if we had all "checked out" leaving no forwarding address. But much to the
4719181_19410201_000099.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1889*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
Earle spent the summer at his home in North Thetford, Vermont. He reached Winter Park, Florida on December 11; address, Hotel Hamilton Frosts winter address is 4701 29th Avenue, South, Gulfport, Florida F. J. Hazen and his
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1890
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[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
Reynolds arrived in Boston Wednesday before election, but was summoned back to New York for a political pow wow. He had to take a plane and fly thither, so we missed seeing him. He has recently been elected President of the
4719181_19410201_000101.xml
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41,42
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1891*
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
French writes he has been improving in health steadily and is able to look after the work on the new Mechanical Engineering Laboratory of Worcester Polytechnic Institution stitution. Was shocked to receive notice of the death of
4719181_19410201_000102.xml
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42
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1892
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR M. STRONG
About the middle of December came the word that Mrs. Norton had died in Buffalo and just a week later came the news of Norton's passing. The sketch in the obituary section of the MAGAZINE was prepared by Gil Brown who was his
4719181_19410201_000103.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1893*
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD G. ABORN
Again and for the fourth time during 1940, '93 has suffered the loss of a member. It is our sad duty to report that Judge Frederick N. Chandler died December 28, 1940 at his home in Andover, Mass. "Zac," while not too strong
4719181_19410201_000104.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1894*
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[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
Punch Rollins writes: "We are all in good health but don't like the outlook about war. My son has to go away for a year and may have to go to officers' training camp in Georgia as he is a Captain in the National Guard."
4719181_19410201_000105.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1895*
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
I regret to give bad news from "Bug" Folsom. Early in December, I received the following from him:
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1897
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[no value]
WELD A. ROLLINS
Frank Johnson is still superintendent of schools in Ayer, Massachusetts. Don't pass over this fact without pausing to see what it means. In the '33 Class Report, Butterfield says of him:
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1898*
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[no value]
H. PHILIP PATEY
The Secretary read in a Canadian paper that Mayor A. S. Worthen, Dartmouth 1898, was returned for the fourteenth consecutive term as Mayor of Zealandia.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1900*
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[no value]
PROF. L. B. RICHARDSON
Howard Skillin reports a change of address—to Box 175, Gorham, Maine.
4719181_19410201_000109.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1901*
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Carl M. Owen has been asked to become one of the original directors of the Phi Beta Kappa Associates. This is an organization created with the idea of securing subscriptions for the funds of the general organization. It is
4719181_19410201_000110.xml
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44
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1902*
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
Banning has just published a new book, The Fleet Today, a companion volume to his earlier books, West Point Today and Annapolis Today. He is now gathering material for a new book about the army. Banning is a Colonel in the
4719181_19410201_000111.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1903*
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[no value]
DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
Last June an event occurred in Stamford, Conn., which should be noted in the records of our class. It was a testimonial dinner tendered Earle E. Wilson, principal of the Rogers School, in observance of the 25th anniversary of
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1904*
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN
THOMAS W. STREETER
The winter Get-Together of '01-'02-'03-'04-'05 is developing much interest and my information indicates, tentatively at least, that Boston is the place and Saturday, March 15th, the date. Would you like to see it a sort of open
4719181_19410201_000113.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1905*
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[no value]
[no value]
WALTER M. MAY
Ed Gilbert has written the following letter of interest to the class:
4719181_19410201_000114.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1906*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
HANOVER ONLY FIVE MONTHS AWAY
4719181_19410201_000115.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1907*
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[no value]
[no value]
H. RICHARDSON LANE
Our traveling classmate, "Ash" Ashley, never fails to report when he runs across a classmate as he moves about the country representing the Pullman Company. His latest concerns a classmate whose name has not appeared in these
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1908*
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[no value]
[no value]
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
Pete McCarthy, Art Lewis, Gleason, Donahue, Corcoran and others of the Boston group all say they will attend the alumni dinner February 4, and want the boys from the suburbs to join them, but none gives any personal gossip.
4719181_19410201_000117.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1909*
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[no value]
[no value]
HARRY R. FLOYD
We recently had a very pleasant visit from Jack and Ruth Childs who were down in Boston to get a physical check up at the Lahey Clinic. It was not that they were not both feeling well, but they thought it was the logical thing
4719181_19410201_000118.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1910*
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[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD P. HINMAN
SECOND-GENERATIONERS .... Engagement of Eddie Wells to Barbara Mix, daughter of James U. and Helen Lees Mix, New York City, is announced. . . .in addition to studying medicine, Eddie is a ski instructor at Woodstock Alma Brady,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1911*
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[no value]
[no value]
PROF. NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
This month's notes should be given under the caption, "My Heart Belongs to Chubby"! Good old Chub Sterling, whose back is turned on you in the picture above, gives the following under the title:
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1912*
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[no value]
[no value]
CONRAD E. SNOW
Unc Bellows has shaken the dust of Springfield, Massachusetts, from his feet, and is with Worthington Pump & Machinery Co. in Harrison, New Jersey. He turns up at the luncheon of the Dartmouth Club of Northern New Jersey, and
4719181_19410201_000121.xml
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51,52
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1913*
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
Real News: Miss Gladys Mae Godfrey was married to Edmund Arthur Freeman of Washington, D. C. at noon, January 1, 1941 at the Chestnut Street Congregational Church, Worcester, Mass. Mrs. Freeman is the daughter of Mrs. William
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1914*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD LEECH
A good class secretary is one who can pry letters out of the boys, and we have found such a scribe. His name is Paul the Red Loudon, currently sunning himself at Hollywood Beach, Florida. The excuse is one of the perennial and
4719181_19410201_000123.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1915*
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[no value]
[no value]
DONALD C. BENNINK
This month we have the sad duty of recording the death of one of the most loyal and interested members of our class, and one of the 25th reuners in June 1940 Don Page. Every member of the class will be deeply grieved to learn
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1916*
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN P. ENGLISH
Our treasurer, Frank Tucker Bobst, may be genial, but he rises up now and then. Frank, as the guest speaker at the annual Vocational dinner at Boston University, told university authorities that The Universities and colleges have
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1917*
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[no value]
[no value]
EUGENE D. TOWLER
Wah-Hoo-Wah for Errol Thompson's son Linwood '41, who won his Varsity letter at end, playing in the St. Lawrence, Sewanee and Brown games.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1918*
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST H. EARLEY
LANTERN JAWED GYMNAST BILL MONTGOMERY ENJOYS OWN OPERATION—BiII took the count in December—repaired to St. Luke's Hospital where extensive soundings were made equipping Bill with new copper leaders and gutters. Two or three
4719181_19410201_000127.xml
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57,58
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1919*
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[no value]
[no value]
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
The National Defense Program is causing many changes affecting the private lives of all of us. The most startling so far in relation to the Class of 1919 and the college is the transfer to West Point of Earl Blaik and his
4719181_19410201_000128.xml
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58
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1920*
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK B. MOREY
Don't you fellas ever do nothin'? I know very well you do but you just mislaid my address. Because of an exceptionally busy couple of months at the office, there wasn't the opportunity to go after any news and consequently this
4719181_19410201_000129.xml
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58,59,60
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1921*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
From Doug Storer: "On December 6, I had the pleasure of producing Bob Ripley's Believe It Or Not radio program from Nassau in the Bahamas. While there I had the unusual experience of being able to spend considerable time
4719181_19410201_000130.xml
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60,61
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1922*
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[no value]
[no value]
ANDREW MARSHALL
GREETINGS TWOTERS!
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61
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1923*
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[no value]
[no value]
SHERMAN BALDWIN
There has accumulated during the past several months a number of short newsy items about many of the gang. While your scribe has in no way forgot his pledge to publish during his five-year stretch, either in these notes or in
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62
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
February, 1921
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[no value]
L. K. N.
Exams occupied the first week of the month and at their ending the Class of 1923 bade good-by to thirty-six men. The rest of us relaxed into Carnival preparations. Middle Mass. was used as a dormitory for girls and acquired a
4719181_19410201_000133.xml
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62,63
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1924*
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[no value]
[no value]
ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
Nice letter from Dick Henry reporting the December second meeting at the Dartmouth Club in New York. Bob Strong was the guest of honor. "Need I say, in passing, that there were the usual preliminaries, rounds and rounds,
4719181_19410201_000134.xml
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63,64
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1925*
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[no value]
[no value]
PARKER MERROW
I have just finished reading Paul Hexter's book Make Your Pictures Sing. Since most of the readers of this column are not photographers, as the janitor of the column is, I will not bore you with a detailed review. It is a fine
4719181_19410201_000135.xml
article
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64,65
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1926*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. BISHOP
dere elmer, i dont unnerstan wy you never rite to me. i tri awful hard too giv you all the noos i get an stil you don rite, sumbuddy tole me we wuz havin a reunyon nex jun but i aint hurd from enybuddy about it. i unnerstan
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65,66
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1927*
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[no value]
[no value]
DOANE ARNOLD
Once or possibly twice every year a Class Secretary has a red letter day that makes up for some of the hours spent at a typewriter. This occurs when some classmate shows enough interest in our column not only to send in some
4719181_19410201_000137.xml
article
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66,67
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1928*
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[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
The past month has been a good one for the Class: the checks for MAGAZINE subscriptions have been coming in very satisfactorily. That old water polo player, BudOsborn, writes what we hope you all feel: "I want to tell you how much
4719181_19410201_000138.xml
article
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67
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1929*
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[no value]
[no value]
F. WILLIAM ANDRES
Talk about Southern hospitality, you don't have to go any further than Wilmington, Delaware, to find it; exact location: the new Gunther residence out in Wauwinit Park, a long but cheap taxi ride out of town; time: any hour,
4719181_19410201_000139.xml
article
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67,68
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1930*
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[no value]
[no value]
G. WARREN FRENCH
Thirtyteers take their hats of! to no one, not even in the production of twins. The sixth set arrived August 24th last, thereby doubling the offspring of Hughie and Alycia Johnson, twin boys, Hugh Albert Jr., and Stuart Robert,
4719181_19410201_000140.xml
article
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68,69
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1931*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
A number of you men have asked regarding the progress that is being made towards plans for the Tenth Reunion and I would just like to say that there is a committee functioning and within a very short time, possibly by the time
4719181_19410201_000141.xml
article
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69,70
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1932*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
CONCORD, N. H., Dec. 20—Stretching its trembling fingers over a 1,000-mile area, a sharp earthquake today routed thousands of citizens from their beds as it shook homes, shattered windows, and scattered fear widespread through
4719181_19410201_000142.xml
article
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70,71
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1933*
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN s. MONAGAN
"Happy New Year to all members of the class/' said Robert Jordan, entering the cave. He was really Edward J. Foley Jr. and had just moved to 32 Park Ave., Tarrytown, N. Y.
4719181_19410201_000143.xml
article
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71,72
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1934*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
This is Dwyer reporting this time from New York and thanking Dick Gruen for his excellent pinch hit of last month. There is so much news on the docket that we won't waste words getting into it, but there is just one general
4719181_19410201_000144.xml
article
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72,73,74
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1935*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
We still have a tidy little pile of notesheets bearing scribblings gathered during our eastern exodus of last month, which we'll get into before tackling other news.
4719181_19410201_000145.xml
article
74
74,75
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1936*
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[no value]
[no value]
DEAN R. GIDNEY
"Led by Mitchell C. Boyd of Needham, appointed leader of the squad by local officials, the party after receiving preliminary instructions boarded a bus which carried them to Newtonville where they entrained for the induction
4719181_19410201_000146.xml
article
76
76
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1937*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD C. MCKINLAY
Bill Geraghty tells of a Glass Dinner in New York Dec. 10th. You know, we owe much to Billespecially you guys in N. Y. C. And the Boston gents ought to check up on Jack Devlin once in awhile and see what he is and has done for
4719181_19410201_000147.xml
article
77
77
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1938*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CARL F. VON PECHMANN
Merchants Bank Building Indianapolis, Indiana
4719181_19410201_000148.xml
article
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77,78
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1939*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. GIBSON
Dear Peter Cardozo, Back at the old stand again: Snow, Skis, and Slush for '39. By the way, if your classmates really think I'm writing this alphabet soup, you had better ask Redbook for a raise. But the boys are coming
4719181_19410201_000149.xml
article
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79
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1940*
[no value]
[no value]
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THOMAS W. BRADEN JR.
caps and gowns along the sidewalk of Dartmouth Row, half admiring, half laughing at the preposterous dignity of the robed faculty marching between our lines, Malcolm DeSieyes was lying on the bank of a river in France with
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Fifty Years a Doctor
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David N. Blakely
On September 3, 1885 the Class of '89 entered College. Four weeks later the "Annual Field Meeting of the Athletic Association" was held on and around the Campus. Five gold medals for lowering previous Dartmouth records were
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Gun Maker
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It is reported that the Reising semiautomatic sub-machine gun which may revolutionize small arms practice in the British and American armies is now being produced by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Co., of Worcester, of
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Dr. of Trouble
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Ernest R. Groves '03, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina who includes courses on marriage in his teaching, recently issued the following rules to guide young people in their selection of a mate:
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Wizard of Needham
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In a modern-type two-story white stucco building surrounded by the scrub oak of suburban Needham, Mass., and five extra-tall poles bearing antennae, Dr. Harlan True Stetson '10a, former Dartmouth physics instructor now
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Typothetae Head
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Walter B. Reilly '11, general manager of the Lowell (Mass.) Courier Citizen, has been elected president of the United Typothetae of America, according to the December LinotypeNews. It seems master printers get fancy when they
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Time Marches Back
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J. B. S.
World War I flared up shortly before the class of 1916 returned to Hanover for its Junior year. What impression did this news make upon the 1300 undergraduates then enrolled at Dartmouth? Almost none. At least, examination of
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Band Leader Stillman
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Perhaps it is just natural that Karl G. Stillman 'l7 should succeed in a business whose nature is to keep the names of others prominent in print. Wasn't it he who struck up the band behind all you big athuleets? To-day's music
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JOHNNIE SIMMONS PIPES A FITTING
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His letter of last September follows:
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Beats Ears Down
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Capt. Harry Johnson "Jock" Zimmerman '27, chief pilot of the eastern and Atlantic divisions of Transcontinental and Western Air Inc., has been going places all these years since leaving Hanover. He has logged more than
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Head of the House
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J. Walker Wiggin '3O, a newcomer to the New Hampshire House of representatives, has been named chairman of the judiciary committee of that body. His post ordinarily carries with it recognition as majority leader of the House.
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Job Expert
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Lyle M. Spencer '33, author and employment expert, reports that the results of surveys he made while on tours of Europe and this country in the years before the war show that European young people were eager to enter
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Display Ads
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
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THE DULUTH, NORTH SHORE & OATKA LINE
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Wings Over Europe
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ROBERT A. SELLMER '35, heard from at long last, is now in England with the Royal Air Force. Bob is in training to be a bomber pilot. Details in regard to his past activities on the Continent must of necessity be brief. The
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Stage Student
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Norman H. (Dutch) Holland '38, who fell in love with the theatre while an undergraduate and became a bright dramatic star in the Hanover firmament, is now taking a three year course at the Yale Dramatic School and played
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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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