Issue: 19410601

Sunday, June 1, 1941
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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A FINE FARM
A FINE FARM
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DARTMOUTH BOOKS
DARTMOUTH BOOKS
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This Month
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Spring time in NEW HAMPSHIRE
Spring time in NEW HAMPSHIRE
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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MOHAWK ENCRAVING CO., INC.
MOHAWK ENCRAVING CO., INC.
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School Directory
School Directory
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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To Paul Sample '20
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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GEORGE HIGGINS
GEORGE HIGGINS
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DARTMOUTH?
DARTMOUTH?
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Beautiful Norwich Home
Beautiful Norwich Home
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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THE UNIVERSITY CLUB RANDOLPH, VERMONT
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Now IN ITS FORTY-SECOND thriving year, The University Club of Randolph (Pop. 3,166) was founded by fourteen men, of whom five were graduates of Dartmouth: Clarence F. Moulton '63, Victor I. Spear '74, Edward W. Tewksbury '91,
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Dartmouth in Song
Dartmouth in Song
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Canaan Street, New Hampshire—
Canaan Street, New Hampshire—
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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Dartmouth Co-operative Society
Dartmouth Co-operative Society
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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The Editor
Visitors from other colleges frequently inquire: "How do you explain the strength of relationships between Dartmouth men and the College? Why do 8 out of ten alumni contribute to the Dartmouth Alumni Fund? Where does your
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
The 25th Anniversary
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The Editor
No wonder dartmouth men want to give tribute at the conclusion of 25 years of notable leadership of the College. When Mr. Hopkins began 40 years ago to emphasize the role of the alumni as a potential force in the life of a
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Defense Instruction
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The Editor
The committee on defense Instruction appointed by the Board of Trustees at its April meeting was granted broad powers over the curriculum. The American Defense Dartmouth Group in Hanover had functioned effectively during the
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Alumni in Service
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The Editor
Next month the alumni magazine will publish as complete and accurate as possible a list of Dartmouth men who are in any branch of government service that is related to the national emergency. The Alumni Records Office can only
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
The Eyes Have It
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The Editor
The background, objectives and amazing achievements of the Dartmouth Eye Institute are described in this issue. Here in the midst of an undergraduate college a research development has attracted international attention
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Otis Ellis Hovey 'B5
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The Editor
The distinguished career of the late Otis Ellis Hovey '85 is described in this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE by Professor Kimball of the Thayer School and Secretary Bayley of the class of 1885. In breadth of accomplishment in
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Promising Changes
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The Editor
On the alumni front there are changes in prospect of importance in the relationships between the College and the alumni body.
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The Wheelock Succession
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L. B. R. '00
THE ELECTION OF DR. NICHOLS marked a departure from tradition. No President of the College (save John Wheelock, who was appointed by his father) had ever come other than from the ranks of the clergy. President Nichols was a
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR ERNEST MARTIN HOPKINS '01 who completes' this month 25 years as president of Dartmouth College.
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The Dartmouth College Eye Institute
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C. E. Widmayer '30
The Story of an Increasingly Renowned Research Center Contributing Much to the College and Outside World
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A Versatile Engineer
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Edwin A. Bayley '85
William P. Kimball '28
Death of Otis Ellis Hovey 'B5 Closed a Career of Distinction in Science, Writing, Music
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Marcus Goodrich Took Ten Years to Write "Delilah," Turned Out a Fine Saga of Life in the Navy's Destroyers
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Our Own Glass Notes Class of'—
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OUR CLASS OF is glad to report that it has its reunion problem all straightened out. Our class being what it is, we were not quite sure just what reunion this one would be; but the class of 1921 (which is beyond doubt the most
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE CURRICULUM OF THE COMMON SCHOOL
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Ralph A. Burns
The Final Volume in Series A Valuable Handbook on Public School Curriculum
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
WHO'S ZOO IN THE GARDEN
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Herbert F. West '22
By CharlesPalmer '23, The Grey stone Press, 1941, p.127, $1.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
PEPPERFOOT OF THURSDAY MARKET
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Herbert F. West '22
By Robert Davis '03, Holiday House, 1941, p.187, $2.00.
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News of the College
Defense Instruction
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WITH AUTHORITY GRANTED tO it by the Board of Trustees, a special Committee on Defense Instruction has gone to work at Dartmouth to relate next fall's curriculum more directly to national defense. President Hopkins is serving
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News of the College
President Speaks
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS and Prof. Sidney Cox of the English Department were guest speakers at the outdoor Senior Banquet in the Hanover Inn garden on May 19. Both discussed the world crisis, Professor Cox presenting his talk in the
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News of the College
To Expand Library
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CONSTRUCTION OF additional stack space, nearly doubling the 500,000-volume capacity of Baker Memorial Library, will be started this summer, it has been announced by President Hopkins. Four levels, one below grade, will be added
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News of the College
Faculty Promotions
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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, at its annual spring meeting on April 20, voted promotions to twelve members of the faculty, appointed nine new men to the teaching staff for 1941-42, granted bachelor degrees to ten men, and approved
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News of the College
172nd Commencement
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DARTMOUTH'S 172 ND COMMENCEMENT exercises will be held on Sunday evening, June 15, at which time President Hopkins will confer bachelor degrees and honorary degrees in the Bema. President Hopkins' traditional valedictory to
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News of the College
Younger Reunions
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FOUR ALUMNI CLASSES will hold reunions in Hanover the week-end after Commencement, June 20-22, in a precedent making move to relieve the congestion of recent Commencements. To the members of 1931, 1926, 1931 and 1936 will be
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News of the College
Class Officers Meet
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FOR the first time joint meetings of all class officers will be held in Hanover on the week end of June 20-21. The week after Commencement will find the 37th annual meetings of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association in session
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News of the College
19 Enter Marines
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NINETEEN DARTMOUTH undergraduates were accepted by the U. S. Marine Corps on May 14 for training classes which will make them candidates for officers' commissions. Seven seniors were picked for the Candidates' Class, which will
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News of the College
Hanover Holiday Record
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WITH ADVANCE RESERVATIONS nearing 1 10 a record-breaking attendance at the fifth annual session of Hanover Holiday is assured, Chairman Herbert W. Hill of the directing committee has announced. The alumni college lectures will
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News of the College
Aviation Specialists
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Six OF THE SEVEN graduates of the Thayer School of Civil Engineering joined the United States Navy as Aviation Specialists when they received their engineering degrees on May 23. The seventh member would have accompanied his
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News of the College
Summer Air Course
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UNDER THE DIRECTION of Dean Frank W. Garran of Thayer School, Dartmouth College will sponsor a primary Civilian Pilot Training Course this summer for students and residents of the Hanover area, up to ten per cent of whom can be
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News of the College
Bank Conference
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THE TUCK SCHOOL played host on May 16 and 17 to the second New Hampshire Bank Management Conference. Sponsored jointly by Tuck School and the New Hampshire Bankers Association, the twoday session, like that in Hanover last
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News of the College
Film Panels
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NEARLY 150 NEW ENGLAND school and college teachers with experience in audio-visual education gathered at the College on May 17 to organize previewing panels which will pass on the educational value of commercially produced
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News of the College
On Camp Faculty
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THREE MEMBERS of the Dartmouth fac- ulty, it has been announced, will serve on the faculty of the New Hampshire Nature Camp at Lost River, North Wood- stock, N. H., this summer. Dr. Joseph S. Tidd '2B of the Botany Department,
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News of the College
Baccalaureate Speaker
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PRESIDENT WILLIAM A. EDDY of Hobart College will deliver the Baccalaureate Address at the traditional Commencement service in Rollins Chapel on Sunday morning, June 15. Dr Eddy was an English professor at Dartmouth from
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Alumni Fund Makes Fine Start
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Off to a flying start, the Hopkins Anniversary Campaign of the Alumni Fund has produced $66,000 in its first twenty days, and the steady climb of daily figures gives promise that the Fund Committee will achieve the record results on
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Craig Kuhn '42
Green Key Week End Expresses Spirit of Undergraduate College as Abundant Spring Slips Swiftly By
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The Undergraduate Chair
COLLEGE RELAXES AT GREEN KEY
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Craig Kuhn '42
The even, sure succession of Spring nights in the weeks before Green Key led up to the evenings of quiet relaxation when the lawn in front of Dartmouth Hall filled with students for half an hour to hear the Fraternity Hum
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Letters to the Editor
Letter to President Roosevelt
Letter to President Roosevelt
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This letter to President Roosevelt, reprinted from The Dartmouth of April 24,1941, was written by Charles G. Bolte '4l,Senior Fellow from Greenwich, Conn., andwas printed on the front page as "the bestcurrent expression of The Dartmouth's editorial
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Whitley Fuller '37
Spring Teams Produce Highly Successful Sports Record; Golf and Lacrosse Titles Taken, Tennis Strong
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Ski Coach
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Percy Rideout '40, captain of last year's varsity ski team, has been named Dartmouth ski coach for the coming year, it has been announced by the Dartmouth Outing Club. He will take the place of Walter Prager, who has been
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Spring Sports Results
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BASEBALL April 19 Dartmouth 6, Princeton 2 21 Columbia 4, Dartmouth 3 May 2 Pennsylvania (rain) 3 Princeton 5, Dartmouth 4 7 Dartmouth 5, Columbia 3 10 Dartmouth 2, Yale 0 14 Dartmouth 9, Harvard 3 15 Brown 12,
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
New York City
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Malcolm G. Rollins '11
TAKING AN IDEA from the days when the old-timers used to plough through the mud to Etna and attend, as non-voting observers, the annual Hanover town meeting, the Dartmouth College Club staged a "town meeting" election of
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News from Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G. Shultz'30
THERE HAS BEEN practically no activity in our group since the Glee Club concert and dance. Our May meeting will have come and gone by the time these notes appear in print, and the summer vacation period will have arrived for
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News from Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33
IN APRIL AT A MEETING of officers of the State Association and of the seven Connecticut Clubs the following were nominated to be officers of the State Association for the ensuing year: president, Phil Pelletier '15, New
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News from Alumni Clubs
Houston
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Dwight J. Edson '18
ON THE EVENING of April 15th, the Club held its second annual dinner and election of officers at the Plaza Hotel. The seventeen members present thought it advisable to hold over for another year the 1940 officers, so Ray Smith
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News from Alumni Clubs
Washington
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James W. Hodson '29
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI of the State of Washington gathered in Seattle on the evening of April ist to the number of about forty, for the purpose of hearing Dean Bill discuss the general topic of "Educating for Leisure." The dean was
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News from Alumni Clubs
Tucson
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Charles L. Phillips '18
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Tucson met on April 14th for luncheon at the Pioneer Hotel. Attendance was light as a number of men had already left Tucson for the summer.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Springfield
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George F. Weston '23
WITH THE APPEARANCE of the Musical Clubs in Springfield, April 25 and with the nomination of Percy O. Dorr 'O2 for Alumni Council, the Springfield Club is taking a "Seventh-Inning Stretch" until next Fall, at which time we plan
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Chicago
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George E. Howell '27
A GAY AND festive gathering of well over A 500 persons attended the annual Spring Party of the Chicago association held in the Boulevard Room of the Stevens Hotel on the evening of April 19. For fun and entertainment it was a
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Eastern New York
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Nat Harmon '33
THIS WEEK (May 7), a hurried round-up of the Albany Wednesday-nooners steered as many as were able to adjust their schedules to the TenEyck as guests of the Exchange Club of Albany. The occasion was the presence of C. Ross
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News from Alumni Clubs
Washington, D. C.
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N. Page Worthington '33
THE NIGHT OF APRIL BTH was the highlight of the year when one hundred and sixty-four alumni and their guests gathered at the Mayflower Hotel for the annual dinner of the Washington club. Not only was it a great party with all
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News from Alumni Clubs
Wisconsin
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Thomas Wollaeger '32
AT OUR ANNUAL ALUMNI stag dinner held . at the University Club of Milwaukee the following officers were elected: president, Jim Hannan '32; vice president, Frank Frey '3B; secretary, Tom Wollaeger '32; treasurer, Bob Niss '4O;
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News from Alumni Clubs
Long Island
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Arthur B. Keleher '27
JUNE STH WILL BE a big day for Dartmouth Alumni on Long Island. That is the day we will gather at the Hempstead Golf Club for our annual day of sports. We have challenged the neighboring alumni clubs of New Jersey and
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Georgia
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Austin. Starrett '29
THE REGULAR MAY MEETING was held on the evening of the 2nd and Alva Wilson '25 was our host. Bill Drier '24, recently transferred to Atlanta by the W. T. Grant Cos., joined us for the first time, and Jim Atwill '36 took leave
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News from Alumni Clubs
Rochester
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Lynn Brown '37
WITH THE SINGLE EXCEPTION of Treasurer Phil Whitbeck '33, a new staff of officers has taken over for the Dartmouth Club of Rochester since the annual banquet and business meeting held late in March.
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St. Louis
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William E. Rench '34
DARTMOUTH IN ST. LOUIS came into the news with the spring flowers and the Blitzkrieg into Greece.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Southern California
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Walter D. Douglas II '31
IN THE NORMAL COURSE of events, the annual dinner came along on April 8, and some fifty-odd members convened in the hope that possibly the "steamroller" had acquired a fresh technique in proposing and electing a new slate of
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News from Alumni Clubs
Melrose, Mass
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William C. Huntress '15
WE HAVE JUST organized the Dartmouth Club of Melrose. A group of Dartmouth men got together on May 6 at Harry Hall's house where the Melrose Club was officially founded.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Portland, Oregon
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Frederid A. Fisher '23
WE WERE ALL delighted to welcome Dean Bill April 2. As usual (and this is said in unfeigned disgust) Portland was again made a milk-stop; but we had a well attended dinner at the University Club, having as our guests a number
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News from Alumni Clubs
Philadelphia
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Henry B. King Jr. '33
ON FRIDAY EVENING, April 25th, they began to gather in the combined Yale- Dartmouth quarters of the University Club as early as four o'clock. There was a growing air of expectation that reached its climax at about 5:40 with
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Article
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Tuck School
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G. W. Woodworth
THE SECOND NEW HAMPSHIRE Bank Management Conference held at the School on May 16 and 17 was a distinct success. The topics discussed and the speakers were as follows:
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Article
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Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
SINCE THE LAST news-letter, the principal extra-curricular activities of the School have centered in the general college defense movement which is described in more detail elsewhere in this issue. Both Thayer School and Tuck
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Article
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Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen M'22
THE COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM requires your presence at Stell Hall for dinner at 6:15 Friday evening. The address will be delivered by Howard M. Clute M'l4, Professor of Surgery at the School of Medicine of Boston University. There
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Article
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Strawberry Festival
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The 1936 Business and News Boards of The Dartmouth will meet in a traditional titanic softball game on Saturday, June 21, at 3 P.M. on the famous Storrs Pond Marshy Diamond. This glorious spectacle will highlight what
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1876*
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DR. HENRY H. PIPER
In the April issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE the names of Frank H. Hardison and Theodre C. Hunt '76 appear in a list of the oldest ten graduates of the College. Quotations from Merrill's Biographical Sketches of 1876, Dartmouth,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1878*
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
Hayt attended the Alumni meeting in San Francisco as usual, and decided the visiting Dean was the sort of man a student, even such as he once was, could get along with. Says it was a fine turnout. Says also that California's
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36
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1880*
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[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL S. PERRY
A letter from Professor N. W. Sanborn formerly a department head with the University of Florida of Gainesville, Florida, but now retired received sometime ago, conveys the most welcome news that his health continues to show
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36
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1885*
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
In the passing of our classmate, Otis Hovey, on April 15th, our class has lost one of its ablest, most distinguished and best beloved members and marks the ending of a life of great industry, usefulness and high accomplishment,
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News from the Glasses
1886*
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY W. THURSTON
JAMES W. NEWTON
Another beloved sister in 'B6, Mrs. Harry Haynes Burnham of Biddeford, Maine, died April 19th at the home of her brother, John L. Tudbury, Salem, Mass. We remember with joy her personality and words at past reunions.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1887
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EMERSON RICE
ALBERT E. HADLOCK
Cleaves, our oldest living member, passed his eighty-second birth anniversary in May, and from recent correspondence seems to be in fairly good health A number of the class probably received a copy of Mrs. Corwin's circular
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1888*
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[no value]
[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
Bodwell, E. /.—As noted in May issue, "Bod" passed away on March 19, 1941. See Necrology for more information. We all feel the loss especially the Secretary whose duty it has been these late years to keep in touch with the men.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1889*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
FRANK J. REYNOLDS
Recently the Secretary has been fortunate in meeting three classmates, Bartlett, Miner and Reynolds. Ralph and I had dinner together April 9, and later listened to Admiral Byrd speak of his trips to the Antarctic. He also
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1890
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
JAMES B. REYNOLDS
Ninety extends to President Hopkins its congratulations and very best wishes, on the occasion of his Twenty-fifth Anniversary as President of Dartmouth College. . . . . Fred Woods and wife and the Saffords planned their trek
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1891*
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
Rev. E. W. Pond at present is at 12 South Park St., Bradford, Mass.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1892*
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[no value]
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
WILLIAM F. GEIGER
After this issue Artie Strong will again supply the class notes for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, a service which he has performed so faithfully and well all these years. In a letter dated May 6, Artie says: "Got home last night after a
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1893*
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Sorrowfully we again record the passing of a '93 man, "Charlie" French, one of our most prominent and eminently successful classmates. Regarding his death "Skid" commented in his daily column in the Concord Monitor, "Granite
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1894*
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[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
G. WOODBURY PARKER
The law firm of Powers and Hall, 30 Federal Street, Boston, has announced that on April 1, 1941, Matt B. Jones, Jr. became a member of the firm. This recalls the old firm of Powers, Hall and Jones with which our own M. B. first
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1895*
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[no value]
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
WILLIAM F. RICE
In writing these notes the thought uppermost in my mind is o£ Dr. Jesse Marden and Mrs. Marden. The downfall of Greece has quite likely meant disaster to these good persons. They, by all odds, have lived the most altruistic
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Your Secretary journeyed to Hanover recently to make preparations for the coming 1896 Reunion in June. While turning the corner of the campus, near the Administration Building, we came face to face with Louis Cox and his
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
MORTON C. TUTTLE
In January Merrill Boyd's son, Mitchell, enlisted as a private in the Coast Artillery. He is stationed at Fort Revere, Hull, Massachusetts.
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News from the Glasses
1898*
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H. PHILIP PATEY
HENRY D. CROWLEY
Dr. Fletcher Harper Swift, professor of education at the University of California, was given an award of merit by the American Educational Research Association at its annual meeting held at Atlantic City recently. Selection for
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1899*
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RALPH W. HAWKES
"K" Beal and Joe Hobbs celebrating spring vacation by a visit to Washington was sufficient reason for one of Warren and Helen Kendall's famous ninety-nine parties, the Frank Staley's, Edna Johnston and Mary Hawkes being the
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40
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1900*
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PROF. L. B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Vic Salinger does not write often, but when he does write he is informative. In his most recent letter he sends a few snap shots which, at first glance, seem to be pictures of the golden-haired little girl who was the star
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40
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1901*
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
HARRY B. GILMORE
Ed Hunter has been appointed a member of the New Hampshire State Defense Committee by Governor Blood. He is Chairman of the Housing and Industrial Plants Committee.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
MORTON B. FRENCH
These are the last 1903 notes for this college year, for the July MAGAZINE will carry only notes of the reuning classes.
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41
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1904*
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DAVID S. AUSTIN
RALPH E. SEXTON
Carl and Mrs. Woods spent several days in Hanover at Council Meeting a few weeks ago. We had an evening together at the Inn and a few hours the following day at our New Canaan Street home where we have also been visited by Mary
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1905*
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WALTER M. MAY
FLETCHER A. HATCH
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gregory (Barbara Hulst) announce the birth o£ a son, Brooke Gregory, on Sunday, April 29, at the Baker Memorial Hospital. Congratulations of the Class are extended to the parents and grandparents, Ernest
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1906*
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NATHANIEL LEVERONE
HANOVER, JUNE 13-14-15. BE THERE
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1907*
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
JOHN R. MCLANE
Elwin F. Cutts, captain in the Navy, took command May 24 of the Submarine Base at New London, Conn. Capt. Cutts was in command of the U.S.S. Pennsylvania, flagship of the Pacific Fleet, until March. Mrs. Cutts and their
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1908*
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LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR L. LEWIS
Mr. and Mrs. Everett T. Marsh announced the marriage on May 5 of their daughter Virginia to Carleton Brooks Middleton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Middleton of Chicago. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1909*
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HARRY R. FLOYD
HAROLD M. PRESCOTT
Curtiss Sheldon recently received publicity in the Boston News Bureau when his picture appeared among four County and City Money Makers. Some of you may not know that Curt has been the City Treasurer of New Britain, Conn, for
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
DAVE JOHNSON is a doggone smart lawyer and a swell fellow to have around the piano at Reunions—but as a "Wild West Cowboy," he looks more like a 1906 Freshman than a roping buckaroo—Mrs. Johnson, Jean and Raynor really "stole
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1911*
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PROF. NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOHN C. STERLING
Final plans for Reunion are now completed. The program will be substantially as follows.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1912*
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CONRAD E. SNOW
ROSCOE G. GELLER
Your Secretary is astonished at the dearth of news in this centre of the universe that is also the Nation's Capitol, and would consider it a favor if every man jack in the Class of 1912 would drop him a line before the week is
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1913*
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WARDE WILKINS
JOHN J. REMSEN
Nor Catterall, Norman 8., is Comptroller of the Henry Hudson Hotel, 353 W; 57th St., New York City, so drop around when you are in the city and looking for a good hotel. The Columbia Grammar School is going to hold its
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
MARTIN J. REMSEN
EXTREE! EXTREE! JUNIOR LOUDON ENTERS UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA,
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49
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1915*
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DONALD C. BENNINK
ARTHUR P. WILLIAMS
Once again this month we must record the death of a classmate, this time "Bud" Whitney, one of the outstanding athletes in Dartmouth history. Bud was a two-time captain, football and track, and headed the all-1915 first string
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1916*
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John P. English
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
When you read these notes, our big twenty-fifth will be but twelve days away. Even at this early date, fifty-eight men have signed up, which means a bigger reunion than our twentieth. Ken Stowell, with his grand publicity, will
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1917*
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EUGENE D. TOWLER
ARTHUR P. MACINTYRE
Boston's high for spring parties was on April 15th, about a quarter of those living within the reuning area. Quite a galaxy, these: Slatz Baxter, Mott Brown, Curly Carr, Walt Carr, A 1 Dupuis, Will Fitch, Roy Halloran, Spique
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
Tragic indeed is the first note of this column in announcing the death of "Hutch" (Karl Hutchinson—see Necrology). The class extends to Kay (Mrs. Hutchinson) their deepest heartfelt sympathy for one whom they love. Eddie
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53,54
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1919*
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
EDWARD E. MARTIN
It is our pleasure to extend several congratulations this month. Cliff Hayes has been appointed Vice Pres. of Pacific Mills in charge of all southern manufacturing operations, with headquarters in Lyman, S. C.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1920*
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FRANK B. MOREY
ALBERT W. FREY
One year ago we were getting ready to attend Twenty's Twentieth. Boy! I wish we could go through it again. However, the next best thing is to go to Hanover anyway and help the other boys celebrate. In fact, Dan Ryder writes that
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55,56,57
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ORTON H. HICKS
National Noise Abatement Week is to be observed June 1-7 this year. Your reporter is 100% behind such a worthwhile movement, and as evidence of his good faith, promises not only to abate but to go into a state of total quiet,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1922*
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ROBERT P. BOOTH
H. F. W. '22
GREETINGS TWOTERS: Based upon the latest reports from Rex Malmquist, our energetic treasurer, more men have actually subscribed to the MAGAZINE and paid their dues this year than in recent periods. I feel sure that this is
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58,59
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1923*
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[no value]
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
SHERMAN M. CLOUGH
As these notes are being written the Hopkins' 25th Anniversary Fund campaign is just getting under way so that the only contributions already in are from that all too small group who each year send in their gifts with the
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1924*
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A. A. Adams Jr.
James T. White
1924 up! Back up Jim White and his helpers. Put the class up in the sun. Double your gift this year in honor of Prexy. Get your gift in right away.
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60
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1925*
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PARKER MERROW
JOHN F. REEDER
Bob Borwell is being commissioned as Lieutenant in the Naval Reserve and is in Washington for training. He expects to be assigned to the Great Lakes.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1926*
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[no value]
Chairman, CHARLES S. BISHOP
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
LAST CALL FOR OUR BIG 15th!
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61,62
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1927*
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[no value]
[no value]
DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
There is always pleasure in preparing the column for the June issue, since that means a vacation for yours truly until next September. It would be even more pleasant if we didn't have to scratch so hard for news.
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62,63
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1928*
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[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
PAUL R. KRUMING
At the rate the Army and Navy are calling up our aging classmates, our Military Service Roster will have grown to imposing length by Fall. The list is imposing right now when we remember that the expansion of our Army and Navy
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63,64
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1929*
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[no value]
F. WILLIAM ANDRES
VAN NESS JAMIESON
The visitor of the month was Fran McEntee of 1409 Pasqualito Drive, San Marino, California, a suburb of Los Angeles, where, it is said, the country is young and industry and business are on the flood. Mac practices law in his
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64,65
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1930*
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[no value]
G. WARREN FRENCH
ALEX J. MCFARLAND
The first year has passed so quickly and pleasantly that it was a bit of a shock when A 1 Dickerson recently remarked, "Well, you have only one more class notes column to write this year, and what a relief that will be!" So,
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65
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1931*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
CRAIG THORN JR.
At the time this column is going to press some 50-odd fellows have already signified their intention of coming back to Hanover and at least 50% are bringing their wives with them. Everything points to the best turn-out any class
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66
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1932*
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[no value]
EDWARD B. MARKS JR.
JOHN W. SHELDON
Because it gives such an interesting picture of life in the army and probably reflects the similar experience of a number of '32s now in khaki, we are going to quote again from one of Bob Hosmer's letters. This one was written
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66,67
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1933
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[no value]
JOHN S. MONAGAN
HAROLD F. MACKEY
You have read your booklet in praise of President Hopkins which was issued in connection with the Alumni Fund. Franklin Roosevelt, h'2g, the third term President lauded our twenty-fifth term President. Cordell Hull, h'4o
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article
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67,68
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1934*
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[no value]
[no value]
MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
J. WILLIAM KINIBBS 3RD
We're winding up this seventh season of 1934 jabber in a glorious burst of procrastination, being at this writing exactly two days behind the Hanover deadline and intoning hymns to the Balch Hill sun that said offering will not
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article
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68,69
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1935*
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
ROBERT K. HAGE
During the past several months we've been doing a little research about the members of the class. During the summer, a comparatively high draft number permitting, we hope to continue same with the possible prospect of reporting
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69,70
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1936*
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[no value]
[no value]
DEAN R. GIDNEY
ROBERT M. PRENTICE
Many thanks to Norb Hofman for taking over last month's column, and sincere apologies to you correspondents whose letters I have failed to answer this past two months. Have gathered together some of those letters now to write
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70,71
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1937*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD C. MCKINLAY
MORTIMER BERKOWITZ JR.
CARL P. RAY
Our very able and conscientious Class Secretary, one Donald C. McKinlay, has asked me to write this article and in the process give out any information pertaining to our reunion in June 1942. Does the mention of that date by
4719181_19410601_000141.xml
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71
71,72,73
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1938*
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[no value]
[no value]
CARL F. VON PECHMANN
Bank Building
EWART G. WALLS JR.
This has been a year in which the draft and national defense and the confusing world situation have profoundly affected the class and the college as a whole. Because we are scattered so widely among the forty-eight states, the
4719181_19410601_000142.xml
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73,74
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1939*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. GIBSON
BERTRAM R. M ACM ANN IS
HERE AND THERE
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74,75
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1940*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS W. BRADEN JR.
ERNEST R. BREECH JR.
It is strange to think this morning of trying to tie up marriages, engagements and a batch of new jobs with the army and the spring. They are this spring a study in contrast—the normal and the unpredictable. But then, this has
4719181_19410601_000144.xml
article
44
44
Article
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Round the Girdled Earth
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
When George Morris '11 visited Havana recently he met Allan P. (Kid) Fowler '10, whom he had not seen for 31 years. As a result the brief visit of the Morris family was even more pleasant than they had previously expected it
4719181_19410601_000145.xml
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46
Article
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Light Ahead
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Gabriel Farrell '11, who has been director of the Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind since 1931, reported to the March Congress of the New England Council of Optometrists in Boston a happy upset in
4719181_19410601_000146.xml
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51
Article
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Music Master
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The Master mind of R. C. A. Victor is known to the radio, stage, and musical world as Leonard Joy, but generations of Dartmouth men know him as "Bones" Joy, who plays every instrument in the band or orchestra. It is said
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Maestro '21
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Werner Janssen '2l, conductor and composer, who spends most of his time on his southern California ranch with his beauteous wife, Ann Harding of screen and stage fame, recently premiered in San Francisco a series of concerts
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THE SPIRIT OF '21
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George L. Frost
IN JUNE, ICI2O The Outing Club elected Briggs as president, Frederiksen as vice president, and Densmore as secretary. ... .The 1921 Palaeopitus took office. Exofficio members were Bausher, president of the Christian
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June, 1921
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Appointment to managerships marked the end of heeling for many '23 men: Aegis managers, Baker and Friend; Bema managers, Tifft, Friedman, Williams Non-athletic managers: Prom, Wallace; Musical clubs, Clough; Players, Wilkinson;
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Knight of the Bath
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Evon Nollette, Woman's Page Editor of the Minneapolis Times-Tribune, reported a visit from G. Gaston Johnston '3B in one of her April columns. Mr. Johnston, who in her eyes is a "combination of Tyrone Power and Charles
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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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ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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The Yardstick Press of New York has recently published New Poems: 1940 an Anthology of British and American Verse, edited by Oscar Williams. This volume contains three poems by Richard Eberhart '26: The Groundhog, The Soul Longs to
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