Issue: 19410301

Saturday, March 1, 1941
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THE HANOVER INN AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE HANOVER . NEW HAMPSHIRE
THE HANOVER INN AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE HANOVER . NEW HAMPSHIRE
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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LEWIS PARKHURST, Dartmouth's beloved and respected alumnus, trustee and benefactor, is the subject of a biographical sketch in this issue written by EDWARD K. ROBINSON '04, and carried on page 15.
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Masthead
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This Month
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW HAMPSHIRE
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Dominates Child Training
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Reached Easily and Quickly By "North Western"Trains
Reached Easily and Quickly By "North Western"Trains
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SCHOOL DIRECTORY
SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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Frank Brothers
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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CHRYSLER EXHIBITS MODERN ART
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THE SOUTH'S BIGGEST and most baffling art exhibit was unveiled January 16 at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, by Walter P. Chrysler Jr. '33, whose collection of expressionist works is reputed to be worth more than a
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Precision-Made By Bell & Howell
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GOOD GULF STATIONS
GOOD GULF STATIONS
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine Hanover, New Hampshire
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CLARK SCHOOL
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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S. C. H.
WHAT THE ATTITUDE of the College will be toward the all-out effort of National Defense has been indicated by President Hopkins in various ways. In no instance has he expressed the sentiment of the Board of Trustees more
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
War vs. Education
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S. C. H.
WAR AND EDUCATION do not mix. War vs. education. Stories filter back from the Continent that Nazi parachutists are fanatical boys of 15, 16, and 17 who do not surrender. Their fanaticism dictates death rather than yielding. To
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A Wah-Hoo-Wah!
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S. C. H.
LEWIS PARKHURST was elected trustee in 1908, thirty years after graduation. In the subsequent thirty-three years he has been a leading member of the Board and has continuously carried committee assignments of vital importance.
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Of Thee We Sing
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S. C. H.
As WE CHANGED INTO a white shirt for the Cleveland Symphony concert in good old Webster Hall last month it occurred to us that an issue or two of this MAGAZINE has gone by without asking how long, how long, will it be before
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Liberal Tradition
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S. C. H.
THERE IS A VARIETY of correspondence this month in the Letters columns (which reflect the opinions of the writers and not those of the editors). All of the heat in efforts to discover light is directed at this MAGAZINE'S
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Grecian Independence, 1824
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S. C. H.
IT is HARDLY au courant, these days, to refer to the "glory that was Greece"; her present battle for independence and liberty against foreign aggressors gives her all the glory and vitality of olden days. And those who look
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Nudist Challenge
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S. C. H.
WE HAVE RECEIVED a copy of The Nudist ("Sunshine & Health"), first class mail, from Detroit. The following note, with no signature, is attached to the magazine's cover:
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The Wheelock Succession
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PRESIDENT SMITH came to the College from the pastorate of a leading church in New York City. He was a fluent speaker, of sympathetic and kindly personality, ever ready with advice and assistance. His leading quality was tact,
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR FREDERIC R. COLIE '18, new Justice of the Supreme Court in New Jersey.
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Intellectual Emphasis Indicted
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W. H. Cowley '24, President of Hamilton College, Says Lack of Emotion and Spirit Has Created Apathy
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12,13,14
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A Generation Finding Itself
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The Transition from Undergraduate Life to the World Brings More Than Introspection: Self Discovery THOMAS W. BRADEN SECRETARY-CHAIRMAN, CLASS OF 1940
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15,16,17,18,19,86,87
Article
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Lewis Parkhurst, Trustee
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Edward K.Robinson '04
Dartmouth's Senior Trustee Has Always Pursued High Ideals Through Vigorous, Practical Action
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Ma Smalley: An Institution
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DAVID M. CAMERER '37
Dave.
Dartmouth Men are Fond of Mary Smalley, Eating Club Proprietress and Notable Citizen of Hanover
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
OLD GEORGE
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Royal C.Nemiah.
by Mahonri S. Young .'33Ives Washburn Inc., 1940, pp. 253. $2.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
SONG and IDEA
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John Holmes.
by Richard Eberhart '26.Chatto and Windus* London, 1940, p. 55.6 shillings.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE JOURNAL of DA VID GARRICK, DESCRIBING HIS VISIT to FRANCE and ITALY in 1763.
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Ernest B.Watson '02.
First printed and editedwith an Introduction and Notes, by GeorgeWinchester Stone Jr. '30. MLA Pub., 193975 PP-
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Student Records Studied
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Edward T. Chamberlain Jr. '36.
Undergraduates from Public Schools Found to Have Superior Scholastic Standing in Recent Survey
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23,24,25,88
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Greece and Daniel Webster
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Webster Espoused the Cause of Greece in 1824 With Words of Strange and Notable Timeliness Today
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Our Own Glass Notes
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Kenneth Roberts' "Oliver Wiswell" Is Disappointing, Falls Short of Author's Previous High Standard
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News of A the College
$1,200,000 Bequest
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE will receive approximately $1,200,000 from the estate of the late Justice William N. Cohen '79 of New York City, it was disclosed with the filing of an estate tax appraisal in New York on January 31. This
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News of A the College
Bommer Bequest
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IN THE FINAL settlement of the estate of the late Emil Bommer, Brooklyn manufacturer who died in 1935, Dartmouth College recently received a residuary bequest of approximately $500,000 in cash, securities and real estate.
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News of A the College
Join Faculty
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Two NEW MEN joined the Dartmouth faculty at the start of the second semester, filling vacancies caused by the departure of staff members for military and naval duty. Dr. Gordon B. Ray of the University of Vermont has been named
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News of A the College
Dean Bill to Speak
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IT is ANNOUNCED by the Secretary's Office that E. Gordon Bill, Dean of the Faculty, will visit several alumni clubs and associations late this month and early in April. The dinner meetings will be planned to include not only
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News of A the College
Adams Collection
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GEORGE MATTHEW ADAMS, New York author and book collector who last fall gave the College a rare collection of Joseph Conrad first editions, has made another generous addition to Dartmouth's library treasures by presenting the
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News of A the College
Art Judge
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PAUL SAMPLE '20, Dartmouth's artist in resident, was recently a member of the Jury of Selection for the 136th annual exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. This exhibition, which is national in
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News of A the College
Eye Clinic Policy
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AN INCREASE in the number of persons examined and treated at the Clinic of the Dartmouth Eye Institute, resulting in serious hindrance to the major research purposes of the Institute, has forced the adoption of a restrictive
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News of A the College
Alumni Dinners
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SPEAKING TOURS to Dartmouth alumni centers in the East and Middle West will be made early in March by Dean Lloyd K. Neidlinger '23 and Prof. Harold J. Tobin '17 of the Political Science department. Dartmouth's new football
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News of A the College
Radio Council
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APPOINTMENT BY President Hopkins of a Dartmouth College Radio Council to supervise radio activities of all departments and organizations of the College was announced last month. Professor Stearns Morse of the English Department
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News of A the College
Glee Club Trip
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THE COLLEGE GLEE CLUB and Barbary Coast Orchestra will again make an extended four through the Middle West and the South during spring vacation, March 27 to April 8. Although the itinerary has not been completely arranged,
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News of A the College
Rural Conference
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STUDENT AND FACULTY representatives from rural New England colleges will meet at Dartmouth on March 8 and 9 for a conference on ways to foster closer and more helpful relations between students and the people living in college
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You Can Help!
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WITH NO GREATER expenditure of effort than a telephone call or two, you can help some young Dartmouth graduate to find a position in his chosen field of teaching. Call the Superintendent of Schools or Principal of the High
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DARTMOUTH LAWYERS IN NEW YORK
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Laurence W.Lougee '29.
THE "DARTMOUTH LAWYERS IN NEW YORK" and vicinity held their first annual dinner at the New York Athletic Club on the evening of January 23. Nearly every class between '94 and '38 was represented in the 110 attorneys present.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Charles Bolte '41.
Carnival Gaiety Over, Students Enter Upon New Semester Pondering Cut System, Senior Exams and War Problems
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With the D.O.C.
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William J Mitchel Jr. '42
DOWNPOUR GIVES WINTER CARNIVAL UNIQUE SEAGOING ATMOSPHERE
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Snow Sculpture
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Top: Phi Delta Theta, winner of thesnow sculpture contest, produced thisinterpretation of the Dartmouth"Winter Song." Second: Phi SigmaKappa's representation of the venerable Wheelock entertaining a modern Carnival couple. Third: " WinterSports of
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Big Green Teams
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Whitey Fuller '37
Basketball Team Holds League Lead Despite Loss to Cornell; Hockey. Swimming and Ski Teams Have Busiest Month
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March Schedule
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VARSITY BASKETBALL—March 1, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia; 5, Harvard; 10, Columbia at New York; 12, Princeton at Princeton.
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Last Month's Results
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VARSITY BASKETBALL Jan. 18 Dartmouth 36, Cornell 33. Feb. 1 Dartmouth 50, Army 42. 5 Dartmouth 65, Holy Cross 32. 8 Dartmouth 55, Princeton 40. 12 Dartmouth 63, Yale 42. 15 Cornell 31, Dartmouth 27.
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Varsity Football Schedules
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1941 Sept. 27 Norwich. Oct. 4 Amherst. 11 Colgate. 18 Harvard at Cambridge. 25 Yale at New Haven. Nov. 1 William and Mary. 8 Princeton at Princeton. 15 Cornell at Ithaca. 22 Georgia at Athens.
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Within These Walls
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R. H. Britton Jr. '42
Marks came out today. Dejection....elation. ...stoic acceptance....mumbles of frustration....firm-voiced ego....expansive remarks....and everywhere the sounds and evidence of a new regime in this new semester. Marks also came
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News from Alumni Clubs
Manchester, N. H.
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ONE OF THE MOST loyal and most helpful, one of the most congenial, one of the best beloved—was Jim Driscoll. There is no measure of words to define the extent of our loss caused by his going. We remember affectionately his
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News from Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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W. Wallace Mountcastle '22.
THE PASSING OF ground-hog day, and the lucky or unlucky fact that the sleepy fellow managed to get a glimpse of his shadow out in this part of the country, which means six weeks more of intermittent snow, slush and rain,
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News from Alumni Clubs
Boston
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Paul L.Guibord '36.
ALUMNI TO THE NUMBER OF 500 crowded the main dining room of the Copley-Plaza Tuesday night, February 4, to hear President Hopkins and Prof. Allen R. Foley, and to pay their respects to De Ormond "Tuss" McLaughry, newly chosen
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Philadelphia
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Henry B. King Jr. '33.
ALL QUIET ON THE Philadelphia front. The weekly luncheons still show the regular faces with one or two new appearances each week. Much pleasure in this district on the appointment of our new football coach.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G.Shultz '30.
As YOU ALL KNOW, a meeting was planned for the evening of January 24. However, a severe snow and sleet storm developed during the day and at the last minute the meeting was called off for that evening. Subsequently, we
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News from Alumni Clubs
Vermont
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Lester E. Richwagen '23.
FIFTH DOWN MOVIES and talks by Eddie Chamberlain, junior varsity coach and Assistant to the Dean of Freshmen, and Lou Young, captain of the 1940 football team, featured the get-together of Dartmouth alumni of Barre and
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News from Alumni Clubs
Houston
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Dwight J. Edson '18.
THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 4 found nineteen Dartmouth Houstonians gathered at the Milam Hotel for our first 1941 party. Families and friends of these members brought the turnout to about fifty who started the proceedings with a toast
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News from Alumni Clubs
Western Pennsylvania
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Bill Lang '33.
MANY THINGS OF INTEREST have happened since this association's activities were reported in the November issue of the MAGAZINE. Although the Cornell-Dartmouth game is only a record now, we had the unusual experience of hearing
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News from Alumni Clubs
Ithaca
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Stan Brown '39.
THE MEETING of Central and Southwestern New York Alumni at Ithaca January 18 was considered at midnight to have been a highly successful affair.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Nashua
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H. D. Stillmn '17
A MIDWINTER MEETING was held on January 16 at the Nashua Country Club, and in spite of a heavy snowstorm which lent an atmosphere of Hanover, about forty turned out. Bill McCarter '19, Director of Athletics, came to tell about
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News from Alumni Clubs
Baltimore
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Harold R.Hastings '00.
Up TO THIS TIME we have met and "interviewed" five promising candidates for the class of '45, a smaller number than usual.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Central Pennsylvania
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John A.Bogar '29.
THE USUAL SCRAPING and scurrying for news each month for this column was very pleasantly eliminated by an unexpected trip to Williamsport the past weekend, where we hacl the good fortune of attending a tea at which Dr. and
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News from Alumni Clubs
Long Island
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Arthur B. Keleher '27.
AT OUR LAST MEETING on Jan. 29 the following officers and committees were elected: President, Henry J. A. Collins '18 of Seaford; Ist V. P., M. R. Preuss '27 of Jamaica; 2nd V. P., J. H. Shaw '27 of Garden City; Treas., E. C.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Wellesley
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Allan C. Gottschaldt '18.
DARTMOUTH MEN in the Wellesley area have held two well-attended meetings during recent months. Dartmouth Night was fittingly celebrated at the log cabin of Don Wilbur '24, and then on the evening of February 26 the Wellesley
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News from Alumni Clubs
St. Louis
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William E. Rench '34.
ACCORDING TO THE NEBULOUS by-laws of our association, monthly smokers are to be held the first Monday of each month, but running true to the Dartmouth form, we have them on occasion on every other Monday but the first.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33.
ON DECEMBER 28 New Britain met at the Hotel Burritt for an alumni-undergraduate and fathers meeting. A large crowd attended what was intentionally planned as an informal get acquainted affair with much singing and fat tossing
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News from Alumni Clubs
New York
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Malcolm G. Rollins '11.
TODAY THE ROVER BOYS—labelled at the christening font as Randall Burns and Martin Remsen—are substantial agriculturists, the one spending his spare time in White Plains on a vegetable garden, the other a full fledged citizen of
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News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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Donald M. Wood Jr. '33.
THE MOST INTERESTING news in Chicago is the approaching annual banquet to be held on March 7 in the Crystal Ballroom of the Blackstone Hotel. The program will be unusually attractive this year with the appearance of Prof.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Tuck School
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A. W. Frey. G. W. Woodworth.
FRED VOGT '38 sailed for Johannesburg early in February to work there in the office of Price, Waterhouse, Peat & Co. William Morton '29 is teaching Corporation Finance in the American Institute of Banking course at Syracuse.
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Thayer School
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Willam P. Kimball '29.
THE THAYER SCHOOL embarked three weeks ago on a four-day trek to New York. Fifteen students, Dean Garran and I made up the party attending the annual meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The program included
4719181_19410301_000078.xml
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen M' 22
SEVENTY-TWO MEMBERS and guests attended the Metropolitan Dinner of the Medical Alumni Association held at the Dartmouth Club in New York on February 6. President Snedecor presided and introduced each of the graduates of the
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Article
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DARTMOUTH
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Courtesy of the Boston Herald.
SKETCHED AT THE BOSTON ALUMNI DINNER FEBRUARY 4
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Article
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Another Dartmouth Club!
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Late in the summer of 1940, during Dad'sWeek, a new club was organized and christened the Dartmouth Club of Medomak.It's members consist of counselors, fathersand sons at the Medomak Camp for Boysin Washington, Maine. Bottom Row: JackGeorge '32,
4719181_19410301_000081.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1876*
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DR. HENRY H. PIPER
Letters from classmates and members of the larger '76 group would seem to indicate that the past year has been for '76 on the whole a serene period with comparatively few items of importance to report. One classmate wrote that
4719181_19410301_000082.xml
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44
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1878*
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
One more of our number has left us. Telly Smith, who in College days was recorded as Dryden Martelle Smith, but appears in the Necrology column as Webster Dryden Martelle, passed peacefully away January 23, 1941. We remember
4719181_19410301_000083.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1879*
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REV. CLIFFORD H. SMITH
The announcement of Judge Cohen's munificent bequest will delight all Dartmouth alumni. But it will give a very special thrill to us who remember the little fellow who joined us at Hanover in the fall of 1875, coming up from
4719181_19410301_000084.xml
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44,45
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1880
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SAMUEL S. PERRY
The "Grim Reaper" has played sad havoc in our Class during the past year taking from us our loyal and well beloved Classmates Warren French "Balaam" Service and Dr. Sam King and our numbers are now reduced to six. Remaining
4719181_19410301_000085.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1881
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WILLIAM B. GREELEY
Michael reports he is physically as fit as ever before. Although he is retired, he is serving (stipendless) as Associate Rector of St. Willfred's Church, Camden, N. J.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1885*
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
The Secretary recently received pleasant calls, at his office, from Al Briggs and Charlie Floyd; he also received a brief characteristic letter, in longhand, from Harry Parker, the latter's penmanship is just as strong, clear
4719181_19410301_000087.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1886*
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HENRY W. THURSTON
OUR FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR REUNION IN JUNE
4719181_19410301_000088.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1887
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EMERSON RICE
Bacon's latest letter came January 13, from 1625 Sixteenth Street, Washington, D. C., where they spent the winter since November with the younger daughter. He reports side trips to points of interest in Maryland and Virginia
4719181_19410301_000089.xml
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46
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1888*
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ELEAZAR CATE
Dunlap, Fred T— From a recent copy of the National Surety Corporation House Organ, we learn that Fred and Mrs. Fred are "taking things easy in the only tropical climate within the bounds of the United States. ("Cal. paper please
4719181_19410301_000090.xml
article
46
46
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1889*
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[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
News items seem few this month. The Secretary is able, however, to report recent communications from more than onefourth of the Class For the first time in many years '89 was not represented at the Annual Dinner of the Boston
4719181_19410301_000091.xml
article
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46
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
The Boston Alumni Dinner was a very successful affair as usual. President Hopkins brought some very interesting thoughts and the other speakers were well worth listening to. Tuss McLaughry must have been pleased at his
4719181_19410301_000092.xml
article
46
46
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1891*
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FRANK E. ROWE
Up to February 10th material for the 50th Anniversary history has come from Abbott, Cook, Dearborn, French, Gray, Hopkins, O'Brien, Pond, Stanley, Tewksbury, Willey, Woodcock, and from Mrs. Barnard.
4719181_19410301_000093.xml
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46,47
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
A Class letter has carried to you all the news of Coon's death on January 18. It was not possible for any '92 man to attend the services which were held in Morristown. We did, however, send flowers and have received a most
4719181_19410301_000094.xml
article
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47
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1893*
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WILLARD G. ABORN
A pleasant visit with "Skid" brought out the fact that while he seemed about as usual and apparently holding his own, he had a bad day in January at a time when his regular physician was ill. However, this regular physician
4719181_19410301_000095.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1894*
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
The Boston papers tell us that Vernon Mudgett of Lancaster, Massachusetts, has been appointed to the State Agricultural Advisory Board. Vernon has succeeded to his father's farm and has his mother with him. The address is
4719181_19410301_000096.xml
article
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47,48
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1895*
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
Ernest Giles called me by telephone a while ago from his residence in Lebanon, New Hampshire, just for a greeting. He has been in Chicago. He still publishes the weekly bulletin of the Leather Shoe News Cos., and is in his usual
4719181_19410301_000097.xml
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48
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
Frank Noyes has been elected president of the Twentieth Century Association, a prominent Boston organization chartered in 1895 at the instance of well-known people including Edward Everett Hale, John Fiske and others "to
4719181_19410301_000098.xml
article
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48
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1898*
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H. PHILIP PATEY
Fred Lord and wife have spent a pleasant month in Florida this winter: For a time at Winter Park and then at Dunedin visiting his cousin Stephen Chase Dartmouth 1895.
4719181_19410301_000099.xml
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48
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1900*
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PROF. L. B. RICHARDSON
From his position at Toungoo, directly on the Burma road, Harry Marshall is an interested observer of the steady flow of war materials and other needed supplies to China.
4719181_19410301_000100.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1901*
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Dr. Eliot Bishop is the author of an article on "Oliver Wendell Holmes," reprinted from the Brooklyn Hospital Journal, and one on "Sterilization" in the Medical Record and Annals for October 1940.
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article
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49
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
On March 15 the classes of '01, '02, '03, '04 and '05 are to hold an informal dinner at the Schraft Restaurant, West St., in Boston. The men you knew of your college generation will be there. Men you haven't seen since
4719181_19410301_000102.xml
article
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49,50
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1905*
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WALTER M. MAY
"Gib" Fall, who, like Stuart Chase, the author and publicist, hails from Somersworth, New Hampshire, has recently sent a very interesting letter from which the following parts will be of interest to the Class. "Gib" has been a
4719181_19410301_000103.xml
article
50
50
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1906*
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
HANOVER IS BEAUTIFUL IN JUNE On Friday, December 13th, at 6:13 P.M. 169 irreverent gentlemen sat down to dinner at 13 tables in room 13 at the Merchants and Manufacturers Club, Chicago. The most irreverent of all the guests
4719181_19410301_000104.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1907*
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
Doc Foley is good "copy" any day,—and especially in these days as his fine familygrows up to maturity. The following is not up to the minute, but it's interesting, you'll agree:
4719181_19410301_000105.xml
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51
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1908*
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LAURENCE M. SYMMES
There's been considerable shifting around lately, in a class as ancient as ours. Keeping up with address changes isn't supposed to be a chore, after the first 25 years. Last month we reported Don Frothingham back in the naval
4719181_19410301_000106.xml
article
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51,52
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1909*
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HARRY R. FLOYD
Jimmie Driscoll, the friend of every member of the class, and one of whom it can be said that he had not an enemy in the world, died in the Sacred Heart Hospital, Manchester, New Hampshire at 3:30 on Saturday, January 11, 1941.
4719181_19410301_000107.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
DAUGHTERS AND SONS. . . .Virginia Brady, Wellesley '40, is spending this year at Katherine Gibbs School Marshall Comstock's son, Charles, attends Worcester Academy William Dussault, son of our own later Bill, was first man
4719181_19410301_000108.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1911*
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PROF. NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
Plans for Reunion are beginning to take definite shape. Because so many men have written in stating that "The time is so short I want to spend more time in Hanover. I haven't seen any of the new buildings for at least fifteen
4719181_19410301_000109.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1912*
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CONRAD E. SNOW
Another welcome visitor to your Secretary in Washington was Doc Viets, who was attending a scientific convention. We had a dinner together down on the docks by the Potomac, and on Sunday drove out to Annapolis to see the Naval
4719181_19410301_000110.xml
article
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55
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1913*
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WARDE WILKINS
A few more details of "Buck" Freeman's wedding on New Year's Day should be interesting to many. There were more than a hundred witnesses in the Moen Chapel of the Chestnut Street Congregational Church in Worcester to see Ray
4719181_19410301_000111.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
We were a bit late this year in the good old American custom of looking over the harvest of Christmas cards. You know how it is, of course—list corrected, notes to remember Joe and Mary whom we forgot this year, and the
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article
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1915*
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DONALD C. BENNINK
News from the class is extremely scarce this month for some reason or other, so we are going to start the column by asking each and every one of the 15 regional vice presidents to send in at least one item of news for the next
4719181_19410301_000113.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1916*
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JOHN P. ENGLISH
Bill Hale, out in Shanghai, by his writings and actions, gives in brief, a true picture of the Far East situation. Bill writes that he can't belief Japan will be so dumb as to go to war with the United States. In spite of the
4719181_19410301_000114.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1917*
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EUGENE D. TOWLER
Hearty congratulation to Hank Allison! Mr. and Mrs. George R. Babcock of Fleming, N. Y. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ella Leola, to our Clarkson civil engineering professor. Miss Babcock, who teaches at
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
For those who hope on golden wings to fly Let not your memory fail you when on High That if to Barr for Mag. you haven't sent 2 bucks You'll hurtle down from Above plumb out of luck.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1919*
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
Our Class has reached the stage where we can commend with increasing frequency the achievements of our children.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1920*
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FRANK B. MOREY
The next best job to judging a bathing beauty contest would seem to be judging the degree of pulchritude at Winter Carnival. And that, friends, is what Paul Sample is doing as this is being written. In other words to Paul, Gov.
4719181_19410301_000118.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
They're putting on extra help at the Waterbury, Vt., postoffice. Yes, sir, Dan Ryder is running them ragged, what with all the heavy correspondence about '21's TREMENDOUS 20th-OUR FAREWELL TO YOUTH. Dan's genius for
4719181_19410301_000119.xml
article
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64,65
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1922*
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
A recent letter from Cliff Watson confirms the announcement in a past issue, of his move to Charlotte, N. C., as manager of southern sales for the Emmons Loom Harness Co. Cliff's letter mentioned that Marilyn 15, Joan 13, Mrs.
4719181_19410301_000120.xml
article
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65,66
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1923*
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
This month we get a great break in that we have stories of some of our brethren who might well be classified as "long-lost" —too long anyway, and it is a real pleasure to catch up on them.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1924*
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
Jim White writes "Enjoying the weekend at Jug End Barn, lots of snow and fine skiing. As usual, there is a very lively bunch here and as you know, there is plenty to do. I have arranged with Bob, the owner of the barn, for our
4719181_19410301_000122.xml
article
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67
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1925*
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PARKER MERROW
Bob Borwell has just been elected to the board of the Oak Park Trust Company, making one more responsibility for Bob.
4719181_19410301_000123.xml
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67,68
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1926*
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CHARLES S. BISHOP
A recent letter from Reunion Chairman, Bob Salinger, indicates great progress by his committee for our big jamboree next June. He and Carl Schipper traveled to Hanover in December for a meeting with Sid Hayward, Red Merrill and
4719181_19410301_000124.xml
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68,69
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1927*
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DOANE ARNOLD
Not being able to figure out a clever way to start this column we will just start by telling you why we can't figure out a clever way to start it. We are just too tired, and it's not our fault either. The blame, if any, must be
4719181_19410301_000125.xml
article
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69,70
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1928*
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OSMUN SKINNER
The Class is fortunate in having PaulKruming consent to serve a second year as Class Agent. He is itching to better last year's 100% performance and has already started '28 on the road to another record for 1941.
4719181_19410301_000126.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1929*
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
The request for the following Who's Who was directed to one WellingtonFrank Barto of the high-flying trapese troupe of Barto and Ingram. From its covering letter: "Having just received a promotion to the longest title in the local
4719181_19410301_000127.xml
article
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71,72
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1930*
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G. WARREN FRENCH
One way to celebrate your birthday is to hook up with Collie Young in Los Angeles, who sends in the following report: "You might be interested to know that I have just come from a very rich luncheon with one Mr. Hank Embree,
4719181_19410301_000128.xml
article
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72,73
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1931*
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
From the contents of some of the letters I have received as a result of the last mailing piece around Class Dues entitled, "1931's 1941 New Year's Resolution," it has become increasingly apparent to the Secretary that he did
4719181_19410301_000129.xml
article
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73,74
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1933*
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JOHN S. MONAGAN
The Pearl River "(N. Y.) Telegram andSearch bears the story of the entrance upon the political stage of Bob Doscher. Bob was elected to the State Assembly and was the recipient of a non-partisan dinner tendered to him by Pearl
4719181_19410301_000130.xml
article
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74,75,76
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1934*
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
SEVEN YEARS AGO TODAY, as this stint is being struck off. . . .Dartmouth beat New Hampshire in basketball, 42-22, helped considerably by the brilliant ball-handling of Captain Kraszewski. . . .Bill Hartman '34 was selected as
4719181_19410301_000131.xml
article
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76,77
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1935*
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JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
Our alert contemporary, The HanoverGazette, recently carried an Associated Press report from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, that Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Washburn were traveling by dog team 300 miles from Cambridge Bay to Coppermine,
4719181_19410301_000132.xml
article
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77,78
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1936*
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DEAN R. GIDNEY
It is always discouraging to look for sports news in Richards Vidmers' column only to find the usual "Last night at the Stork Club I ran across. . . opening. So to be perverse I'll open this brief with the remark that a few
4719181_19410301_000133.xml
article
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78,79
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1937*
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[no value]
DONALD C. MCKINLAY
OUTSTANDING STUDENT Ensign William Cole '37 whose fine record in the U. S. Naval Reserve brought him recognition as the outstanding student in the 1939-40 classes at Pensacola. This notice appeared in a recent Army and
4719181_19410301_000134.xml
article
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79,80
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1938*
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[no value]
[no value]
CARL F. VON PECHMANN
It seems as if we're finally getting settled down. Fewer address changes are coming through, and seemingly few changes in jobs. I'll be changing mine soon for one in the army, and you can expect some new columnists to take over.
4719181_19410301_000135.xml
article
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80,81
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1939*
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. GIBSON
Well, here I am back in harness once again, and if you don't believe I was in the Navy let the picture be my proof (I'm really not that tough). After reading the Cardozos' grand articles I really feel guilty about taking over
4719181_19410301_000136.xml
article
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81,82
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1940*
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS W. BRADEN JR.
DELAYED REACTION A lot of the men who have taken a first trip back to Hanover this winter say that in doing so they graduated from Dartmouth College. Of course the real graduation took place last June, but going back to
4719181_19410301_000137.xml
article
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49
Article
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Martians Kayoed
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
That expert star-gazer, Dr. Walter S. Adams '98, director of the Mount Wilson Observatory of the Carnegie Institution, is reported to have made up his mind—there is no life on Mars. Until 1934, he had given both Mars and
4719181_19410301_000138.xml
article
51
51
Article
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DESIGN for LIVIN'!
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[no value]
Morton Hull
Me - - Worry? No, Sirreel For I'm the guy I live with, see! Clutter up my dome with woes? What's the good? Taint sense! I knows! Each conscious day I just adore, Plus mem'ries of the day before. Tomorrow's sure to come in
4719181_19410301_000139.xml
article
53
53
Article
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1910's Skiing Offspring
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[no value]
Eddie Wells, Hanover-born son of the late Harry Wells, Dartmouth's former Supt. of Buildings and well known architect, was 1910's first contribution to present day national skiing circles. Eddie after two years at
4719181_19410301_000140.xml
article
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55
Article
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Meritorious Mole
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
That industrious Mole, John S. Macdonald '13 (Th. S. '14), chief engineer of the Walsh Construction Co., received one of the first annual Awards of Merit given by fellow Moles for outstanding achievement in their field of
4719181_19410301_000141.xml
article
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56
Article
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"Red"Loudon '14 Scores Again
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[no value]
PAUL W. LOUDON, self-styled "Voice fromthe Sticks," takes issue with Securities6- Exchange Commissioner at Washingtonhearings on compulsory competitive bidding. Loudo?i was one of scores of small security dealers from all over the countrywho
4719181_19410301_000142.xml
article
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58
Article
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Time Marches Back
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[no value]
John B. Stearns.
Gradually during the second semester of 1914-15 Dartmouth became aware of World War I, but only gradually. There were few of us, I fear, who deigned to enter the Octagon Room to examine the "interesting collection of books and
4719181_19410301_000143.xml
article
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59,60
Article
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Lays Alabama Tunnel
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[no value]
FIRST ENGINEERING FEAT of its kind in the Deep South is the Bankhead Tunnel, $4,000,000 self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River at Mobile, Ala., which reduces by seven and a half miles the distance between that
4719181_19410301_000144.xml
article
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60
Article
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Jersey Justice
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[no value]
[no value]
Hand-picked by Governor Charles Edison in January, Frederic R. Colie '18, Newark lawyer and resident of Millburn, took the oath on February 4 as a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court and the State Court of Appeals. Colie
4719181_19410301_000145.xml
article
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61
Article
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Air-Minded
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Lieut. Com. Albert F. Rice '18, senior member of the Naval Reserve flight selection board and specialist in lending a helpful hand to hopeful young candidates, disclosed in January a new greasing of entrance into the
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We all know that President Hopkins has been appointed Chairman of the "Minerals and Metals Priority Section of the Division of Priorities," but you may not all know that a member of the Class of 1920 was also directly
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Civic Leader
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William G. Morton '28 was presented with the Distinguished Civic Service Award of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Syracuse, New York, at the annual founders' day banquet in the Hotel Syracuse on January 22. Among the
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Prodigy
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Belying the popular belief that child prodigies peter out on maturity, Charles Henry Felker '31, who seems to have spent most of his life getting the jump on his competitors, is still doing it. On New Year's Day, at the age
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
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Prize Winner
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Gordon J. Wise '37, student at Columbia University's School of Architecture, won the Boring Medal in January with his sketch for "A Music Center in Flushing Meadow Park." The award in the competition, which was open to all
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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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FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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Repeatability of OphthalmoeikonometerMeasurements by Messrs. K. N. Ogle, H. A. Imus, L. F. Madigan, R. E. Bannon and E. C. Wilson, of the Eye Clinic, has been reprinted with additions from the December issue of the Archives of
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