Issue: 19410401

Tuesday, April 1, 1941
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Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
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With 26th Annual Report
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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G. W. Rand & Son
G. W. Rand & Son
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Article
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW HAMPSHIRE
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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THE GLASSYLVANIA COMPANY
THE GLASSYLVANIA COMPANY
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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BET IT'S A BOY!
BET IT'S A BOY!
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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For Tomorrow
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SPRING SKIING
SPRING SKIING
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THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
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THE CAVALIER
THE CAVALIER
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GOOD GULF STATIONS
GOOD GULF STATIONS
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FILMS
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FILMS
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COBUEN'S Jewelry Store
COBUEN'S Jewelry Store
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MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC.
MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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MUSIC & RECORDING STUDIO
MUSIC & RECORDING STUDIO
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Girls' Camp
Girls' Camp
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Boys' Camp
Boys' Camp
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PIONEER PRINTING AT DARTMOUTH
PIONEER PRINTING AT DARTMOUTH
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THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
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DARTMOUTH?
DARTMOUTH?
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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SCHOOL DIRECTORY
SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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Frank Brothers
Frank Brothers
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Board of Trustees
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THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE wishes to keep Dart, mouth men informed of the make-up of governing bodies within the organization of the College in which alumni participate through elected representatives. Members of the Board of Trustees,
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Oldest Graduates
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ON MAY 13, Dr. Zeeb Gilman '63, Dartmouth's oldest living graduate, will celebrate his 100th birthday in Redlands, Calif. This points to the interesting fact that out of the ten oldest living graduates of the College, four live
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SHE SEWS FOR THE MOVIES!
SHE SEWS FOR THE MOVIES!
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Coming Events
Coming Events
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THE PICK OF THE VACATION CROP
THE PICK OF THE VACATION CROP
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Medomak Camp
Medomak Camp
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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Ernest Martin Hopkins 25th Anniversary Fund
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SPECIAL RECOGNITION OF THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY of President Hopkins' administration of the College will be the central theme of the annual Alumni Fund drive which begins later this month and which will be known this year as the Hopkins
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
A Noble Quarter Century
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Philip S. Marden
TO ONE WHO HAS SPENT A LIFETIME lurking behind an editorial "we" it is welcome now and then to slip out of his customary anonymity and assume the more intimate guise betokened by the byline. It is peculiarly welcome when such
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Our Appreciation
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To LEON BURR RICHARDSON 'OO our grateful thanks for the splendid biography of President Hopkins carried in these pages this month. It is a brief biography in terms of the material available for the biographer, but it is
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The Wheelock Succession
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L. B. R. '00
DR. BARTLETT HAD LONG been associated with the Chicago Theological Seminary. In keenness of intellect he was, perhaps, the superior of any of his predecessors; he was a profound scholar in the field of Old Testament
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR THE CLASS OF 1913, John J. Remsen, class agent, for an all-time record of total collections for one class of $7492.70 in last year's Alumni Fund.
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Report of Twenty-Sixth Alumni Fund
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SUMNER B. EMERSON '17
chievement Last Year and Challenge For Future Stated by Chairman Emerson in Concluding Fund Leadership
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Contributions by Classes in 1940 Alumni Fund Campaign
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As the column headed "Number of contributors" includes graduates, non-graduates and memorial gifts, the percentage of contributors is somewhat higher than would otherwise be the case. The column headed "% of Contributors" thus represents the
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16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30
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Ernest Martin Hopkins: A 25-Year Retrospect
Ernest Martin Hopkins: A 25-Year Retrospect
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON '00
For a Quarter-Century Dartmouth College Has Grown Immeasurably in Stature, Spirit, and Prestige Under the Wise and Far-Sighted Guidance of a Great College President
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Total of Alumni Has Steadily Grown
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The College has almost three times as many living alumni today as it had in 1915- Thegraph above shows a steady, steep rise in this figure from 6,934, when President Hopkinstook office, to IB,JJJ in 1940, not including some 772 graduate school and
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Endowment Quadrupled in 25 Years
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Above is graphically illustrated the steady rise of Dartmouth's endowment from $3,862,310 in 1915 to $17,962,995 in the last completed fiscal year, 1940. If endowment perstudent were illustrated, the line would be more nearly horizontal.
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Alumni Fund Records 1915 to 1940
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YEARGRAD'S LIVINGCONTRIB'S %OF CONTRIB'SOBJECTIVEREC'D% OF OBJ. 1915 536 $ 6,580.27 1916 726 10,170.49 1917 1,066 17,540.77 1918 5,229 2,729 52 62,429.29 1919 6,054 2,282 38
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Total Contributors Increased 19 Times
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In iply, 536 Dartmouth men gave to the Alumni Fund; in 1940 the total number ofcontributors reached an all-time high of 10,181. As the total of contributors has increased,the average size of the individual gifts has steadily declined.
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Dartmouth Regulars
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The Alumni Fund Committee, conscious of the importance to the Fund's past success of theregular contributions from the group of Dartmouth men who contribute faithfully year afteryear, last year gave the title of "Dartmouth Regulars" to those who
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Value of Plant Rose Sharply in the '20s
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This graph shows the increase of Dartmouth's buildings and equipment over the quartercentury of President Hopkins' administration thus far. Valued at $1,778,119 in 1915,physical plant reached a total of $7,533, 722 in 1940. Sharp rise in the late
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1940 Fund Total Is Close to 1929 Peak
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Beginning with a modest $6,580 in 1915, the total receipts from the Alumni Fund rosespasmodically to $129,768 in the boom year 1929, lapsed during the depths of depression,rose again to last year's near-record of $126,255.
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CIVILIAN OPPORTUNITIES IN NATIONAL DEFENSE
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As A RESULT of inquiries from alumni seeking information about ways of preparing themselves for civilian service in the national defense program, a faculty group has studied the question and reported to the central committee of
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"QUOTES" FROM THE ALUMNI
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EDMUND E. DAY '05 gave the principal address at meetings of the Phi Kappa Society in Philadelphia December 30. Speaking on the title "The Discipline of Free Men," Cornell's President further developed the theme on which he
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Outstanding Class Records on 1940 Alumni Fund
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GROUPS OF FIVE CLASSES WHICH EXCELLED IN THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF ALUMNI FUND ACHIEVEMENT IN 1940Per Cent ofNumber ofPer Cent ofImprovementContributorsContributorsDollarsObjective(See 36) 1879 240%19304131913 $7,492.7018792156%1890 34 pi
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Class Rankings on 1940 Achievement
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Ranking on combined per cent is most significant criterion of all-round accomplishment, strikingbalance between two types of achievement in per cent of contributors and per cent ofobjective. For details on each class see chronological table on page
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ALUMNI SUPPORT IS VARIED
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QUESTION: "HOW do Dartmouth's fortunes fare at the hands of her alumni, over and above income from the Alumni Fund?"
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President Hopkins' Defense Work
President Hopkins' Defense Work
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Clyde C. Hall '26
OPM Priorities For Minerals and Metals Vital To Armaments Are His Important Responsibility
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Alumni Fund Green Derby Contests for 1940
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The "Green Derby" Alu'mni Fund contests in four groups of contemporary classes, won by the classes of 1901,1913, 1926 and 1930, were ranked oncombined per cent of contributors and per cent of objective. This combined ranking is the most significant
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Thayer School Report
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F. H. Munkelt '08 (Thayer '09)
PRESIDENT OF THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS REPORTS SUCCESS IN THAYER GIFTS, CONTRIBUTORS
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Gifts During Life
Gifts During Life
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ROSWELL MAGILL '16
The Treasury Helps the Colleges through Some Federal and State Tax Deduction Policies
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36
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Gifts During Life
Paul Sample Show
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THE FERARGIL GALLERIES, 63 East 57th St., New York City, will exhibit Paul Sample's latest paintings from April 14 to 27. The galleries have selected a number of oils and water colors representative of Mr. Sample's work during
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Two Reunions
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ALUMNI REUNIONS this June will be held on two different week ends for the first time. The Classes of 1891, 1896, 1901, 1906, 1911 and 1916 will gather on the traditional Commencement week end, this year from June 13 to 15;
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1940 Improvement Over 1939
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THIS TABLE OF IMPROVEMENT IS PREPARED BY COMPARING THE 1940 ALUMNI FUND RANKING ON COMBINED PER CENT OF CONTRIBUTORS AND PER CENT OF OBJECTIVE WITH THE 1939 RANKING
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News of the College
Council Elections
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THE SECRETARY OF the General Association of Alumni, Sidney C. Hayward '26, announces the results of nominations for filling vacancies on the Alumni Council at the expiration of several terms of office on June 30,1941. Nomina
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News of the College
Cramer Fellows
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CRAMER FELLOWSHIPS for graduate study in the sciences next year have been awarded to two Dartmouth seniors and two members of the Class of 1939. The undergraduate recipients are Owen Chamberlain '41 of Philadelphia and Robert
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News of the College
Washington Dinner
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ALUMNI DINNERS DURING April will be headed by the gathering of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington at the Mayflower Hotel on April 8. President Hopkins will be guest of honor and principal speaker in one of his rare
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News of the College
Takes Defense Post
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DAVIS JACKSON '36, College adviser to fraternities and business manager of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, left Hanover on February 27 to go to Washington, where he is filling a position with the Priorities Division of the
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News of the College
Dartmouth Plaque
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FOR THE FIRST TIME since the Dartmouth Plaque was instituted, the freshman scholastic award has been made this year to the Hanover High School. The Plaque is awarded each year to the secondary school whose delegation of three or
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News of the College
Chief Hallisey Dies
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DENNIS J. HALLISEY, chief of police in Hanover since 1927, died at the Mary Hitchcock Hospital on February 288 following a heart attack while on duty. He was 66 years old.
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News of the College
Records Aid Army
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WEATHER RECORDS made and preserved with scholarly care by the Shattuck Observatory at Dartmouth College have taken on great practical value for U. S. Army engineers making plans for a proposed $500,000 airport in West Lebanon,
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News of the College
Class Officers Meet in June
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THE 37TH ANNUAL meetings of the Secretaries Association will be combined this year with a gathering in Hanover of class agents and class treasurers. For the first time these groups will all convene on the campus to discuss
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News of the College
Dartmouth Fur
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Ross McKENNEY, woodcraft adviser for the Outing Club and former president of the Maine Guides Association, is back at a familiar task. Accompanied by a helper Ross left the comforts of his Hanover home for three weeks of
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News of the College
Benefit Operetta
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STUDENTS, faculty members and towns-people will join hands on April 18 and 19 to present Gilbert and Sullivan's ThePirates of Penzance for the benefit of the Mary Hitchcock Hospital. Produced by the Handel Society, under the
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News of the College
Movie Workshop
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STUDENT WORKSHOPS, which have become an important though non-credit part of the educational program at Dartmouth, have recently had a new addition in the Motion Picture Workshop established by Dartmouth College Films. This
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40
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News of the College
Moves to Herald
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BILL CUNNINGHAM '19, sports columnist with the Boston Post for the past twenty years, transferred to The BostonHerald on March 17 to begin a new career as syndicated columnist and roving reporter of the Westbrook Pegler type. The
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1940 Contributions and Expenses of 26th Annual Alumni Fund Campaign
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Contributions for year ending June 30. $121,864.12 701-54 2,077.33 1,612.91 1126,355.90DEDUCT EXPENSES Clerical $2,086.30 Postage, Telephone and Telegraph 1,081.03 Printing and Other Supplies 2,860.95 Meetings and
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40
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With the D.O.C.
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PLANS READY FOR THE SECOND YEAR OF JOBILDUNC WOODCRAFT CAMP
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Sports
The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Charles Bolte '41
Need of a Focus for Entire College Becomes Apparent As Annual March Doldrums Descend on Hanover
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Rhino on Rampage
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THE Dartmouth College Museum recently added forty-five stuffed mammals to its prized collections but not until Gracie, a rare white rhinoceros, had reverted to jungle days and gone berserk in the truck bringing her from New
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Winter Sports Results
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BASKETBALL
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Whitey Fuller '37
Basketball Team Captures Fourth Straight League Title; Coach McLaughry Names Varsity Football Staff
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45
Sports
Big Green Teams
Skiing Review
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John M. Keefe '43
AT THE BEGINNING of the season Coach Walter Prager said that he wanted to build up an all-around team, rather than one dependent on one or two stars. He did more than that. He built a hard-working and fast-skiing team that,
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE PASSING OF THE SAINT
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Andrew G. Truxal
John M. Mecklin's New Book Reveals Scholarship And Sympathetic Insight of Famous Teacher
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL PRESS
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W. R. Waterman
1819—1860. Albert L. Demaree.Columbia University Press, New York, 1941.
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY
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Rees H. Bowen
by William Kelley Wright. The MacmillanCompany, New York, 1941. pp. xvi and 633.$3.00
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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The Bulletin of the Mount Desert IslandBiological Laboratory for 1941 contains several brief articles by members of the faculty. Professor W. Byers Unger is the author of A Rare Variety of Trachelomonas dangeardi, and A New Variety
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS WHAT MAKES SAMMY RUN
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Sidney Cox
by BuddSchulberg '36. Random House, 1941. 303 pp.$2.50.
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News From Alumni Clubs
Detroit
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Bill Bachman '39
ON THE EVENING of March 5th, the club held its annual banquet and election at the University Club. The turnout of some 50 guests included alumni, public school officials, headmasters of several of the prep schools and
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Southern California
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Walter D. Douglas II '31
FEBRUARY 10th ushered in the first of a new series of bimonthly dinners which are to be held in various parts of the Los Angeles district in order to give more men a chance to attend regular meetings.
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Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G. Shultz '30
A FEW DAYS prior to the publication of these notes we will have presented the Glee Club and Barbary Coast Orchestra in Reading. The committee in charge included Carl Erdman '37, Frank Tragle '30, Milt Schultz '30, Jim Rick '31,
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Eastern New York
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Nat Harmon '23
COMPLETELY UNPREPARED for the Crowd that turned out for our annual meeting, apologies are in order for the delays incident thereto.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Kenneth W. Davis '24
AT THE RECENT annual meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Association here in Manchester, it was unanimously decided to enter Robert P. Booth '22 as candidate for Alumni Councilor at the forthcoming election.
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Philadelphia
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H. B. King Jr. '33
THE GLEE CLUE is to visit Philadelphia for the first time since 1936, on the evening of Saturday, March 29th, with dancing to the Barbary Coast afterward in the Planet Room of the Bellevue-Stratford. Many plans and much
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Springfield, Mass.
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George F. Weston '33
AT A MEETING of the Dartmouth Club of . Western Massachusetts held at the University Club February 19 we voted to change the name of the club to the Dartmouth Club of Springfield, including the towns of Springfield, Longmeadow,
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Chicago
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George E. Howell '27
As THESE WORDS are written, adjourn. ment of the Chicago Association's annual meeting and banquet is a matter of only a few hours. A large and enthusiastic group of alumni filled the ballroom of the Blackstone Hotel on the
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Jacksonville
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Henry R. Kingdom '32
THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI from Jacksonville and surrounding territory in Florida got together Wednesday evening, February 19th, for one of their semi-occasional informal dinners. We had a better attendance than at any previous
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Northern California
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B. L. Winslow '20
IT HAS BEEN a tough year to select a weekend suitable for our Association's annual winter sports trek. We frankly admit the rumor as fact—RAlN! Washington's Birthday proved to be no exception in the lowlands, but it was
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St. Louis
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WIlliam E. Rench '34
ON FEBRUARY 2ND, Occum, the club's official ground-hog, saw his shadow and as a result, the club and the groundhog went under ground for another six weeks. We expect to be out and going strong March 28th when Sid Hayward will
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Baltimore
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Harold R. Hastings '00
AN ENVOY from Hanover is always most welcome to the Dartmouth contingent here, and Dean Neidlinger, as guest at our February meeting, was no exception. It was a great pleasure to make, or renew, acquaintance with him, and to
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D. O. C. of New York
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R. A. Rocker '33
BY THE TIME you read this, the Dartmouth Outing Club of New York, under the able leadership of "Rip" Ripsom and his fellow officers, will have concluded another successful winter season, in which more of our 80-plus members
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St. Petersburg
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Carroll E. Hill '20
As USUAL THE annual meeting of the Dartmouth alumni here was largely attended by winter residents, most of whom belonged to the earlier classes. In the afternoon of February 28 Mrs. Edwin B. Frost entertained at a tea in her
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Syracuse
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Cortland B. Horr '18
AMONG THE DARTMOUTH men in attendance at the Dartmouth meeting March 2 here with Prof. Harold J. Tobin '17 were the following:
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Washington, D.C.
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N. Page Worthington '33
SUPER SPECIAL
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Wellesley
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Richard D. Muzzy '35
As WAS FORECAST with complete accuracy in this column last month, the annual dinner and election of officers of the Dartmouth Club of Wellesley took place on February 26th at the Wellesley Country Club. More than sixty
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Worcester
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Donald G. Mix '21
THE DOUBLE FEATURE of Tuss Mc-Laughry, Dartmouth's new football coach, and Albert I. Dickerson '30, President Hopkins' executive assistant, proved to be the attraction that drew over 100 Worcester Club members to the Hotel
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Tucson
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ADD ANOTHER to the roster of Dartmouth alumni groups to be found in various corners of the globe.
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North Shore (Mass.)
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Edward R. Butterworth '30
EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN JR. '36, who as a member of Dartmouth's coaching staff last fall scouted the "Big Green's" gridiron opponents, gave Dartmouth alumni and their fathers assembled 100 strong at the Tedesco Country Club,
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Concord, N.H.
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L. I. Duncan '27
SHARING REFLECTED GLORY with the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, and Kiwanis Clubs, the Merrimack County (N. H.) Alumni Association on March 6, entertained and was entertained by Captain Lou Young '41 and Bob O'Brien '41 at a
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New York City
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Malcolm G. Rollins '11
THE CLUB IS RAPIDLY acquiring a reputation for ably caring for organizations which have no permanent abiding place, but which like the comfort of the Club's quarters, and perhaps particularly the quality of the Club's catering
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Twin Cities
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C. E. Whitney '24
COL. C. B. LITTLE '81 was the guest of honor at the Annual Meeting of the Northwest Association on March 8. The meeting was held at the Town & Country Club, St. Paul, with some 100 alumni and guests present. A beautiful silver
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Rochester, N.Y.
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D. A. Dutcher '33
THE PAST FEW winter months have contained several good turnouts by the alumni in the Rochester area.
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Article
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Medical School
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The class of 1941 of the School has been divided up, and we see again the strange phenomenon of the waxing and waining of the popularity of four year schools which seems to be always going through recurring cycles. The
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Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
SOMEWHERE IN A not too conspicuous position in this column I should like to insert the notice that a son, David Phelps, was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kimball on February 13 and that mother and son are thriving, and the old man,
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Tuck School
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A. W. F. G. W. W.
SINCE WE LAST reported, two of the most successful dinner meetings in Clearing House history have been held in Boston and New York, on February 26 and March 5 respectively. Manager Allan Cate '21 and Secretary Duncan Newell '37
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1876*
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DR. HENRY H. PIPER
A query arose recently, very likely started by the approaching sixty-fifth reunion period, as to how many of the total roll of the '76 group had been responsible for the writing and publication of a book, one or more. Abbott,
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1877
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John M. Comstock
Fund Contributors for 1940
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1878*
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
After the sketch of W. D. M. Smith had been hastened in for the March Necrology, word came, delayed by his own illness, from Smith's son-in-law, Mr. J. A. Willis, that Mrs. Willis was preparing biographical data to be sent later.
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1879*
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REV. CLIFFORD H. SMITH
We may be sadly reduced in number, but this clipping from the Burlington (Vt.) Free Press indicates that the old spirit of '79 still survives: "Lyndonville, Feb. 22.—Veteran 84 year old Charles M. Darling can still drive 'em.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1880
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SAMUEL S. PERRY
Not all of our Class have replied to my recent letter of inquiry as to their present health and occupation and as our numbers have been sadly depleted within the last few years, our sources of information grow correspondingly
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1881*
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WILLIAM B. GREELEY
Charles Dewey wrote that he "was glad of the report concerning the men in our class."
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1882
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Herbert L. Luques
Fund, Contributors for ig-fo Contributors: 6 (46% of graduates). Total gifts: SlOO (110% of objective).
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1883
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Alfred E. Watson
Fund, Contributors for 1940Contributors: g (50% of graduates).Total gifts: §174.50 (130% of objective).
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1884*
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Benjamin P. George
Fund Contributors for 1940 Contributors: 17 (100% of graduates). Total gifts: $493-08 (433% o£ objective).
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1885*
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
Otis Hovey, our Class Agent, who usually enjoys excellent health writes that early in January he became quite ill and went to the New York Hospital for an operation which was successful; during the anxious period of his illness
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1886*
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HENRY W. THURSTON
Wood writes that he and Mrs. Wood are pretty well—also—"The Sonnet on the Lords in the February MAGAZINE gives me great pleasure. Johnnie Lord was a fine man. Indeed were they not all fine men? Intercourse with such men,
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1887
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EMERSON RICE
Following is quoted from a letter to Junkins, dated Feb. i: "I want to tell you again what pleasure I take in the beautiful anniversary book of the class of 87. I do appreciate very much that I have it. I feel that Billy would
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1888*
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ELEAZAR CATE
Gregory, Warren F. (In memoriam)—ln the issue of last June it was stated that we might count one more grandchild of 'BB, as we had just heard of the good fortune of Mrs. Hope Gregory Bird. No more information was at hand. We
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1889*
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DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
Writing on February 10, from The FrostPlantation, Gulfport, Florida, Harry reports a third granddaughter, born November 32, 1940. Her name is Linda and her father is Phillip Frost. Incidentally Harry mentions that he and his wife
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
This is A R L, calling all 'go men to send at once, via short wave radio, or air mail, an up-to-the-minute account of themselves. A dearth of news prompts this broadcast. Please respond pronto
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1891*
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FRANK E. ROWE
News that should appeal. At our headquarters, So. Massachusetts, Mrs. (Ma) Smalley will again cater for our get-together on June 13th.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
WILLIAM F. GEIGER
Always an easy mark, I've fallen for this from Artie Strong: "Alice and I are leaving for Florida March 4. We go to Clearwater where Alice's sister has a winter home and, with her house as a center, look around for a place to
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1893*
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WILLARD C. ABORN
It appears that John Kellar has a new address, namely 407 Bywood Lane, Bethesda, Maryland. He writes as follows: "I am nearly 70 (he was—March 11); isn't it just too bad, but we have to make the best of it. As for me, I am
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1894*
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
The writer of this column was decidedly interested in the deft way in which Brother Richardson 'oi filled his column last month. However, what are the rest of us to do under similar circumstances who have written no biography of
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1895*
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
A message from "Bug" Folsom announces that Mrs. Folsom has sufficiently recovered from her unfortunate accident to permit the annual trip South, where they spent February and part of March in Orlando, Florida. "Bug" reports
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1896*
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Harry D. Lakeman
Fund Contributors for 1940 Contributors: 23 (70% of graduates). Total gifts: $546 (103% of objective).
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
As is well known, "The world will never have to call" etc. Some six years ago, the world called on Cappie Holt to be president of The Florence Crittenton League of Compassion. Cappie responded to the call, has been president
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1898*
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H. PHILIP PATEY
Among those attending the first Dartmouth party of the Houston, Texas, Dartmouth Club on January 4 was classmate Harrison L. Nichols.
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1899*
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RALPH W. HAWKES
The Forty-first Boston Round-Up was held at the University Club, Boston, on the first Saturday of March according to our unbroken custom since March 1901, twenty-seven being present, Walter Eastman coming the greatest distance.
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1900*
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PROF. L. B. RICHARDSON
A welcome letter from the fastnesses of Wisconsin, where Pete Fletcher holds forth at the Oshkosh State Teachers College. He writes that he is teaching a full Latin program of four classes, for four hours each per week. In the
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1901*
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Ted Hunter was a member of the winning men's Army of American Skiers, who competed with four women skiers, on a recent Frank Crummit-Julia Sanderson radio broadcast.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1902*
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ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
Fred Bradley is living in Monrovia, California. His health has been poor for many years, and he has not been able to live a very active life.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
An interesting reaction to the effort to gather the New England representatives of the first-of-the-century classes on March 15th, was the unanimous expression of those replying to the invitation, whether able to attend or not,
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1904*
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DAVID S. AUSTIN
For many years it has been convenient to have business in Boston at the time of the Boston Alumni Dinner and it was my privilege to follow this custom on February fourth. Our group was small but it was a real satisfaction to
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1905*
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WALTER M. MAY
Mrs. Leroy Walden Stott recently announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Barbara Salisbury Stott, to Mr. Henry Tolman 2nd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sears Tolman of Derby, Ct.
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1906*
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
Two MONTHS MORE THEN HANOVER
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1907*
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
An interesting suggestion concerning the content of this column has just been received from a Pacific Coast classmate. Evidently he maintains a keen interest in the whereabouts and the doings of his classmates and counts on this
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1908*
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LAURENCE M. SYMMES
Milford, N. H.
A couple of address changes this month: Charles A. (Chuck) Wood now lives at 5271 Golden Gate Ave., Oakland, California. Alva B. Rutherford now gets his mail from Box 305, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1909*
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HARRY R. FLOYD
Although I have notes from the Alumni Dinner and recent happenings to various members of the Class, the space alloted to us for Class notes will not permit my using them this month. I had so many laughs out of the following
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
AN EVENING OF COLLEGE HISTORY.... "The Current General Catalogue of Dartmouth College and General Schools" contains the names, birth dates and places of every man who ever matriculated at Dartmouth. .. .it has a lot of other
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1911*
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PROF. NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
There has been little further develop, ment regarding reunion since last month. In fact, only three classmates have added themselves to the list of reuners, but all three are most important. In fact, they are so important that
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1912*
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CONRAD E. SNOW
Joe Boylan completed a four year law course and won his L.L.B. on Jan. 24, 1941. He is taking the Massachusetts Bar Examination, and has been ordered to report to Washington on March 17, for an indefinite period, where he will
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1913*
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WARDE WILKINS
We are making a change in our Weekly luncheon place and day. Warmuth's Restaurant, 280 Devonshire Street, Boston, is the address and at 12:30 on Mondays. If you should not see any of the class ask for Walt Meader's table, for
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
It is very seldom we have a poetical contribution to include so we give you a poem by Nasib Deverian, which Jack Conners sent along from a newspaper in Rochester.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1915*
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DONALD C. BENNINK
The present military-mindedness of the country for defense is reflected in the class notes of this month through the medium of interesting letters from our already-inservice classmates Col. Howie Fuller and Capt. Norvie
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1916*
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JOHN P. ENGLISH
We are opening this column with a prayer—a prayer that all Balmaacaners will heed the pleas of Jib Dingwall, Ed Kiley, Johnny Pell and their associates on igi6's twenty-fifth Reunion GIFT Committee, to send in their pledges
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
Time Marches Back
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On September 23, 1915, "the largest student body in the history of Dartmouth" entered Webster to attend Convocation at the beginning of this, the 147 th year of the College; it was, for various reasons, an important year in
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1917*
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EUGENE D. TOWLER
At the joint dinner of 'l6, 'l7, and 'lB in February, the big flu epidemic cut our ranks in half, but Tom Cotton, George Currier, Arch Earle, Summy Emerson, Bunny Holden, JLen Reade, Sam Saline and Towler were apparently
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Curing Sick Minds
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Arthur P. MacIntyre
"Exhibition of Art by the Mentally 111 in Metropolitan Hospital Wins Praise." That's a three-column head line in the March Ist Boston Evening Transcript. The story pictures several works indicating how the mentally ill are
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
A 3-minute travelogue with Professor Bob Fish—one noon at Madison Av. at 40th St As follows: Me: Hel-lo Bob. What's with you? He: Not a thing that isn't good. Thanks to Phoenix, Arizona. Why—Me: I heard you were in low gear on
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1919*
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
We expected to have a picture of the New York Class Party for this issue but the proofs have not come through. You may find it next month. Anyway, we had a fine turnout and a slick time.
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1920*
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FRANK B. MOREY
Have just returned from our local Alumni Association's annual dinner at which Pudge Neidlinger discoursed on the state of the College. The largest class delegation was, of course, 1920. The following were on hand: Ed Bowen,
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1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
Jack Campbell submits the most publishable letter received by this correspondent during the month: "Here's the story, in capsule form. On Aug. 29, 1939, I married Doris Lovell, Smith '2l. On Aug. gi, 1940, Trevor and Clive
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1922*
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
GREETINGS TWOTERS: Are you an FR?
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1923*
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
With this, the Annual Alumni Fund Issue of the MAGAZINE, the 1941 AlumniFund Campaign officially gets under way.It is almost unnecessary to bring to yourattention the tremendous proven value ofthe Alumni Fund to Dartmouth College.In latter years
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1924*
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
Don't forget to plan for the Class party at Jug End Barn on May 10 and n. Please send Jim White or me notification just as soon as you know that you are coming. Last year, everyone had a perfectly grand time and all are planning
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1925*
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PARKER MERROW
(The Secretary of 1925 is the author of a column in his weekly paper, The CarrollCounty Independent, called "Hank Sez," often quoted in outside publications.—Ed.)
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1926*
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CHARLES S. BISHOP
One of the best class meetings '26 has had in New York for many a moon was enjoyed by seventeen of our class on Friday, March 7th, at the Dartmouth Club. What we lacked in numbers was more than made up for by the enthusiasm,
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1927*
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DOANE ARNOLD
In case you neglected to read the news from the Alumni Clubs in the last issue of this MAGAZINE, we wish to report that at the annual meeting of the long Island Club new officers elected included Rudy Preuss, ist Vice President,
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1928*
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OSMUN SKINNER
The annual '28 Current Events Survey conducted by Class Agent Paul Kruming has elicited a large number of replies. A study of the replies received in the four weeks preceding March 9, (the date these notes must be mailed to
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1929*
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
The way the boys have been going through you'd think this town was having a boom: First there was Bill Morgan of International Paper. He took time out from his round of conferences to break bread with us at the Boston Alumni
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1930*
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G. WARREN FRENCH
The movies of our tenth reunion have been completed and are now in Hanover, ready for showings at class dinners, smokers and beer parties. Joe Golan has assembled and edited two fair sized reels, approximately six hundred feet,
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1931*
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Already we have had any number of fellows tell us they are definitely planning to be back for Reunion, and they are hoping to see everybody there. At the recent Class Dinner in New York we asked for a show of hands as to who
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1932*
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EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
A skeptical member of the class has hinted that the absence of these notes in last month's issue, and their subsequent inclusion in the first Fund newsletter, was part of an intentional build-up for the Fund—a new gag in sales
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1933*
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JOHN S. MONAGAN
We watched Dartmouth scare the tank suits off Princeton at Princeton last week. "Swimming in Hanover is on the upswing," we thought. And we felt slightly envious of the natators of the present and somewhat desirous of being
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1934*
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
There's no question the Class Secretary has to answer more often than "how many are married?" The so-called benedict always makes the query hopefully, as if the reply might be expected to lend support to his decision; the
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1935*
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JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
Our Brother Monagan,'Keeper of theKeys for the Class of '33, has recently said that writing this column is no fun, that it demands constancy and concentration, that it demands fertility and industry, and that
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News From the Classes and Fund Records
1936*
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DEAN R. GIDNEY
One of the boys who used to answer to the name of Stew Stroud is now identified out in Milwaukee, where his name appears on the letterhead of barristers Shea & Hoyt, as Dick Stroud. Stew or Dick sends news of the other
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1937*
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DONALD C. MCKINLAY
Even the skiers are glad to see Spring come. The world seems to take a deep breath and begin all over again. The mud in Hanover takes on a new light. Soon the rationalizing sun-bathers will appear. And then what? We planned to
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1938*
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
Whatever you may happen to think of the draft, it's an ill wind that blows no good, for Von Pechmann's number came up the last time the wheel spun around in his bailiwick; he's off for the army, sir, and the streets of
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1939*
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ROBERT W. GIBSON
HERE AND THERE
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1940*
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THOMAS W. BRADEN JR.
I know a man in the Class oE 1940 who is in debt to Dartmouth College to the extent of two dollars and eighty cents.
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Article
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Gifts from the Old Guard
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1866 Kendall, Henry A. 1870 Drew, Irving W.1 Holt, Hermon2 1Memorial gift fromhis daughter, Mrs. E. K.Hall.2Memorial gift fromhis son, Mr. HermonHolt '97. 1871 Abbott, Albert A. Flint, William W. Johnson, Charles
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Nonagenarian
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On April 24, The Rev. Omar W. Folsom '69, pastor emeritus of the Winter Street Congregational Church, Bath, Me., and second oldest living Dartmouth alumnus, will celebrate his 97 th birthday. The chances are, however, that
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Well Done
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On March 11, Frederic Hamilton (Ted) Leggett '9B, treasurer of Western Electric Cos., Inc., cleaned out his desk, said his goodbys and went home to stay after almost forty-three years of serving the same company. The tale
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Good Soldier
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Lt. Col. John A. Gilman '9B who, in his capacity as Constructing Quartermaster and Field Agent of The Quartermaster General for the West Point Land Project, has had the responsibility of spending about $6,000,000 on new
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Sid Whipple '10-Man Extraordinary
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Anyone who can command one o£ Westbrook Pegler's entire columns rates special space in this MAGAZINE. Our one regret is that we cannot produce that recent column verbatim for Pegler is as forthright in telling about his old
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News Juggler
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J. Loy Maloney 'l3 who, as managing editor of the Chicago Tribune, stands between the devil and the deep blue sea—the editorial and business departments of a great metropolitan daily—said in an interview with Editor ir
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A New Housing Chief
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New York sun
To THE ALREADY overworked Washington alphabet the President has added the DDHC, a division of the Office of Production Management which will be in charge of "defense housing co-ordination." It will, in fact, have much more
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Jack of All Trades
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Jay (Jack Jr.) Wilson '27 who now, according to one of his publishers, spends his life on a farm in Hope, Me., "raising potatoes so he can do more writing and writing so he can raise more potatoes," has plenty of variety of
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Ad Men's Pal
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Hadley Cantril 'sB, associate professor of psychology and director of the Public Opinion Research Project at Princeton University, who is currently engaged in a study of the effect of the war on American public opinion,
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Dauber
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Dantan Winslow Sawyer '33, who successfully mixes painting with his insurance business, showed fifteen of his landscapes at the Passedoit Galleries on East 57th Street, New York City, in March. The exhibition was mostly oil
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Invitation From '36
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D. McK.
To help them celebrate their fifth reunion—during Hanover Holiday, 1941, and the week-end of June 20-ai. Class of '35 will be there with us.
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Alaskan Hero
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Russell Wight Dow '3B, who first made tracks for Alaska in 1935 shortly after leaving Hanover, was reported as having heroed the rescue of ten of the United States Army's skiers there recently. Dow, former Dartmouth skier,
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Display Ads
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
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Insurance Company of North America
Insurance Company of North America
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Thayer School
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This list includes the names of allThayer School alumni and, members of theThayer Society who contributed to the1940 Alumni Fund, many of whom are alsolisted with their undergraduate classes.Thayer School classes are given exceptwhere "D.Cindicates
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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DEATH OF MRS. GEARY
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Charlotte E. Ford
MRS. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL GEARY, who fed, mothered and scolded hundreds of Dartmouth boys for twenty-two years, died February 18 at the Fanny Allen Flospital in Winooski, Vermont, where she had been a patient for many months.
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