Issue: 19421001

Thursday, October 1, 1942
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THE HANOVER INN AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
THE HANOVER INN AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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GILE & CO. Hanover, New Hampshire
GILE & CO. Hanover, New Hampshire
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IN BEGINNING ITS 35th year the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE continues its policy of publishing all possible information about the work of Dartmouth men in the War. The list, by classes, of alumni in uniform is continued from our
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Dartmouth Information
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Alumni Register
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The Stromgest Man in the World
The Stromgest Man in the World
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Hebron Academy
Hebron Academy
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Coming Events
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Oct. 1 Players' Show, Little Theatre, 8:30. "The Eve of St. Mark" by Maxwell Anderson. (Also Oct. 2, 4.)
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THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE
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COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
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Western Electric
Western Electric
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October Offering
October Offering
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GULF ORANGE DISC
GULF ORANGE DISC
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Cider and Apples
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Amos N. Blandin JR. '18
Cider and apples, sweet cider! I hear his mellow, mournful call
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The Prudential Insurance Company of America
The Prudential Insurance Company of America
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AMIDON'S
AMIDON'S
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New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston
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Here's help with your adjustments!
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It's easy to agree that family readjustments must be made in time of war. But it's not always so easyto make them as Mr. Williams'cartoons suggest.
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Non-Graduate Loyalty
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P. S. M
One who contemplates alumni Fund reports is sure to be more or less bewildered by the percentages cited, but one thing in the two most recent tabulations (for 1941 and 1942) stands out so clearly as to involve no
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Too Much Acceleration
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P. S. M
Probably the excessive use of the WOrd "streamlined" operates to create a sense of distaste in many minds whenever it finds fresh application, but it is bound to be applied to the current trend in college education. That trend,
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Anticipating Bridge Crossing
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P. S. M
As was inevitable, there has already be. gun a debate as to the kind of peace that shall follow the war; and so long as it does not hamper the war work directly or indirectly it is no doubt not amiss that this talk go on. In a
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The War and the College
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THINGS ARE MOVING FAST IN HANOVER. IT WAS JUST YESTERDAY, IT SEEMS, that President Hopkins said in the Bema: "Men of 1942!" But that was May, with new grass and young foliage barely come to life. The seniors stood, received the message
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Overtones in Time of War
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THE EDITOR
STANDING LAST MONTH where he stood 25 years ago on the platform of Webster Hall President Hopkins spoke to the student body and faculty under analogous condition of world war, at the opening of a new college year. "History repeats
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR c. EDWARD RHETTS '31, executive assistant to WPB's William Batt.
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Not October Scene, But It Won't Be Long Now
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HISTORIC WENTWORTH, LEFT, AND THORNTON STAND BESIDE DARTMOUTH HALL
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Brief Biographies of Buildings
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON '00
I. Wentworth and Thornton Halls
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President's Address Opens 174th College Year
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"College Overtones In Time of War" Is Subject of Convocation Remarks to Student Body and Faculty
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Pay-As-You-Go Taxation
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BEARDSLEY RUML '15
Get Nation Out of Income Tax Debt Is the Widely Supported Plan Described Here
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'Round the Girdled Earth
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John French JR. '30
Soldiers' Letters From Near and Far Are Added To Dartmouth's War Collection of Correspondence
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Lettter from the Editor
Letters from Tom Braden '40
Letters from Tom Braden '40
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AMONG SELECTED AMERICAN RECRUITS for. the King's Royal Rifles, British Infantry Regiment, are Tom Braden '40,former editor of The Dartmouth, and TedEllsworth '40, former sports editor of thestudent paper. They are well into theirtraining for
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Dartmouth War Directory
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Listing of Men In Uniform Brought Up To Date From August Issue, To Be Continued Every Month
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New Service Names
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ADDITIONS TO THE LIST of Dartmonth men in uniform total455 since publication of our Augustissue which carried 2 765 namesThe total on the alumni records is5220, which figure is increased by additions every day. The Alumni Records Office in Hanover
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Men In Service
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WE WANT YOU to receive your copies of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, which will be sent monthly to your home address, best guarantee for your receiving second class mail. Alumni in all branches of the service are asked to request
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Key to Abbreviations of Branches of Service
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IN ORDER TO FILL OUT the abbreviated or unfamiliar data in the Directory of Alumni in Service carried on these pages the following key is published:
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO NAVAL STRAT
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Bruce Knight
Dr. Brodie Gives Realistic Account of Naval Strategy; New Discussion of Lawyers and the Law Reviewed
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
LAWYERS AND THE CONSTITUTION: HOW LAISSEZ FAIRE CAME TO THE SUPREME COURT
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Robert K. Carr '29
SUPREME COURT, by Benjamin R. Twiss'34. Princeton University Press, 1942, 271 pp. $3.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
DID THEY SUCCEED IN COLLEGE?
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Louis P. Benezet '99
byDean Chamberlin '26, Enid Chamberlin,Neal E. Draught, Wm. E. Scott. Harper,1942, 280 pp. $2.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD NEW HAMPSHIRE BANK MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
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William A. Carter '20
CONFERENCE, by G. W. Woodworth, editor. Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor,Mich., 1942, 76 pp., $1.00.
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Navy Shots
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GRADUATION EXERCISES in Webster Hallended the first indoctrination sessionof the Naval Training School at Dartmouthon September 8. Rear Admiral WilsonBrown, Commandant of the First NavalDistrict, gave the graduation address. Captain Briggs,
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
"Last Train from Berlin" Is Highly Recommended Among Most Informing Recent War Books
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"You Old Devil"
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IN ONE OF THE summer issues of The Dartmouth appeared the following item in the column "The Jaundiced Eye":
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News of the College
Teaches Russian Life
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As PARTNER TO Dr. Wing-tsit Chan, Visit. ing Lecturer in Chinese Culture, in the. teaching of the civilization and languages of America's Far Eastern allies, the College has named Dr. Dimitri von Mohrenschildt to the new post
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News of the College
Alumni Council Meeting
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THE ANNUAL FALL meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council will be held at the University Club, Trinity Place, Boston, Friday, October 16. President T. Donald Cunningham '13 of Denver will preside at the morning and afternoon
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News of the College
Leave for War Service
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THIRTEEN ADDITIONAL MEMBERS of the Dartmouth staff have been granted leave for 1942-43 so that they may undertake war service, eleven with the military forces and two with the government. This brings to 58 the total number of
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News of the College
Convert to Coal
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THE SAVING OF approximately a million gallons of fuel oil a year will be effected by the College through its expected conversion of four oil-burning boilers to coal. This conversion, putting about onehalf of the heating
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News of the College
D.C.A.C. Reports Deficit
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A DEFICIT OF 113,597.56 in its operations for the fiscal year 1941-42 is reported by the Dartmouth College Athletic Council. This is an improvement of $18,830 over the operating deficit of the previous year and is a smaller
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News of the College
New Faculty
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TEN NEW FACULTY appointments for the academic year 1942-43 have been announced by President Hopkins, bringing to 23 the total number of additions for the year. Most of these new staff members assumed their teaching duties with
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News of the College
Gift to Alumni Magazine
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THROUGH THE GENEROSITY of a group of Dartmouth men copies of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE will be sent to army camps and navy stations where they will be available for reading by alumni every month this year. This plan was inaugurated
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News of the College
Correction
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THROUGH A MISTAKEN report in a Boston newspaper it was announced in the August issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE that Roscoe O. Elliott '20 was elected chairman of the United War Fund for Greater Boston. Mr. Elliott has informed the
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News of the College
"Ed" Boyle Dies
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ED" BOYLE, FRIEND of every heeler and editor of The Dartmouth from 1918 to 1932, died in St. Cloud, Florida, on July 26, a victim of silicosis. As linotype operator, make-up man, and general night foreman at the Dartmouth
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Fall Enrollment
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TENTATIVE ENROLLMENT figures on September 15, one day after the start of the new fall term, gave the College an undergraduate total of 1,996. This compares with undergraduate enrollment of 2,342 last September and of 2,355
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New Council Members Representing Alumni Groups
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND '3O Elected to represent the Class Agents Association for a term of three years on theAlumni Council. Mr. McFarland is an attorney in the Boston firm of Herrick,Smith, Donald ir Farley and is Agent forthe Alumni Fund for the
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The Undergraduate Chair
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William C. S. Remsen '43
Confusion and Uncertainties in the Hanover Scene Will Soon Be Resolved by Demands of Total War
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Dartmouth Night
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT this year has been set for Thursday evening, October 8. This announcement was made by Paul L. Parker '43 of Des Moines, lowa, president of Palaeop- itus, after conference with President Hopkins and other
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U. S. Naval Reserve Class V-II Established
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IN THE AUGUST ISSUE of the MAGAZINE appeared an article by Prof. Donald L. Stone explaining opportunities for alumni service in various branches of the armed forces. Since publication of that article, announcement has been made by
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Elmer Stevens '43
Dartmouth Opens 1942 Football Season with Considerable Backfield Strength, but with Doubtful Line Prospects
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Fall Schedules
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FOOTBALL Sept. 26 Holy Cross at Worcester Oct. 3 Miami (Ohio) 10 Colgate 17 Harvard at Cambridge 24 Yale at New Haven 31 William and Mary Nov. 7 Princeton at Princeton 14 Cornell at Buffalo 21 Columbia at New
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Sports
Big Green Teams
CROSS-COUNTRY STRONG
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Elmer Stevens '43
Turning to the other fall sports, Coach Harry Hillman expects even a better cross-country team than the one last year which won the Heptagonal championship. Back this fall are Captain Bob Williams, Don Burnham, Chuck
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Big Green Teams
Direct Destinies of 1942 Indians
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GREEN COACHING STAFF FOR 1942 Left to right: John Bronk, trainer; John Handrahan, backfield coach; Head Coach "Tuss"McLaughry; Ray Riddick, end coach; John Dell Isola, line coach; George Barclay, linecoach. Riddick is new to the Dartmouth staff
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Varsity Football Roster, 1942
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NameClassPos.Wgt.Ht.Prep SchoolHome Town Sayers, John F. Jr. 1946 Back 1856.0 Taft School West Haven, Conn. Frost, M. Meryll 1944 Back 1655.11 Wellesley H. S. Jaffrey, N. H. Reynolds, Gunnard F.
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Within These Walls
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Robert Ross JR. '45
With the unusual summer semester presenting a definite problem to the Intramural Department, a complete schedule of activities was mapped out. Included in the plans were fraternity baseball leagues, a dormitory Softball league,
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Big Green Teams
Fraternity Averages
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FOR THE THIRD successive year Pi Lambda Phi has gained first place in fraternity scholarship. Its 1941-42 average was 2.845, a gain of .091 'over the year before, and .180 higher than that of the runner-up, Sigma Nu, which had
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Big Green Teams
20,582 Alumni
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A RECENT SURVEY REVEALS that, as of July i, the living alumni of Dartmouth total 20,582. Headed by Zeeb Gilman '63, oldest member of the group, the living graduates number 13,646, while living nongraduates total 6,i 60.
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Fort Benning, Ga
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Sherwood G. Burnett '40
A NOTICE IN THE FORT BENNING Daily Bulletin asking for the addresses of any Dartmouth men at the Fort brought 25 answers and resulted in the formation of a Dartmouth Club there. The first meeting was held at the home of Col.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Washington
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Lawrence C. Reeves '33
FALL IS HERE AGAIN and that means that Dartmouth-in-Washington is starting another year of activity and fellowship. So if you are one of the many newcomers to the Capital City, "Welcome to Washington!" If you want to get
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News from Alumni Clubs
Long Island
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C. Suttmeier '22
THE SUMMER SEASON comes to a close with more news of Dartmouth men of Long Island in service. The men folks of the Coulson family of Garden City have all entered the armed forces, now that Wm. H. Coulson Sr., hon. '18, has been
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Boston
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Duncan H. Newell JR. '36
WE KNOW BOSTON IS NO EXCEPTION in its feeling of the effects of the national emergency, and in the whole-hearted response its citizens are making to the new calls upon their time, their energies, and their resourcefulness.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Montana
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J. P. McFarland '33
THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI GROUP of Helena held an executive meeting at the Montana Club in that city in the spring. Films of Big Green football and the 1940 Dartmouth Carnival were shown, and President O. S. Warden '89 was on hand
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News from Alumni Clubs
Wellesley
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Richard D. Muzzy '35
AFTER A SUMMERTIME LULL in Dartmouth activities in Wellesley, things are now starting to hum again. Another of our annual Dartmouth Night gatherings is planned for the evening of October 8. President Herb Austin '41 and his
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News from Alumni Clubs
Minnesota, North and South Dakota
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George W. Porter '30
ALTHOUGH OUR GROUP is officially known as the Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Northwest and includes alumni in North Dakota, South Dakota and part of Canada, the attendance at our meetings is unfortunately usually limited to
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News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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R. S. Critchell '33
THE ANNUAL PICNIC of the Chicago Association was held on Thursday, August 27, at Louis Leverone's farm near Half Day, Illinois. The Chicago group, thanks to the generosity of Mr. LevSrone, has had its picnics and outings there
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News from Alumni Clubs
In Service Again
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CAPT. JOHN P. ENGLISH 'I6 Who Saw Service for Two Years in the LastWar, Reported for Duty in the Air Corpson September 2.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Melrose
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H. C. Bean '16
JOHN P. ("JACK") ENGLISH '16
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In Washington
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The Dartmouth Club of Washington extends a welcome to all alumni who may have occasion to visit or take up residence in the Capital this winter. The Club offers a varied and active program, details of which will be found in
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News from the Associated Schools
Tuck School
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A. W. F., G. W. W
THE SUMMER SESSION of the School just ended was the first semester under the accelerated program adopted for the duration of the war. Under this program the four-semester course has been compressed to three semesters, and the
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Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
WAR CONDITIONS have necessitated a change in the Thayer School educational program which went into effect at the opening of college last month. The change is concisely described in the following statement issued by Dean Garran:
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Men in Service
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WE WANT YOU to receive your copies of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, which will be sent monthly to your home address, best guarantee for your receiving second class mail. Alumni in all branches of the service are asked to request
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News from the Classes
1878*
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The Necrology column carries notice of Sully's departure. He had been so separated from us for some time past that his death seems rather to bring him nearer than to remove him farther. His son writes that death was due to
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1882*
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WALTER S. KELLY
The Commencement period of 1942 marked the Goth anniversary of the class of 1882. Four of the ten living members of the class live in New England, and two of these, living in Massachusetts, Coburn of Turners Falls, and Kelly of
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1883
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Treasurer, ALFRED E. WATSON
J. Leslie Woodfall is one of the few surviving members of our class still engaged in business activities. On August 18th last he celebrated his eighty-second birthday anniversary, which still found him planning municipal
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1884*
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WILLIAM J. STARR
BENJAMIN P. GEORGE
Your Secretary has just received information respecting our classmates, Homer B. Hulbert, Joseph S. Matthews, and Benjamin P. George, that is of interest.
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1885*
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
HENRY AUSTIN
Our president, Charlie Chase, leads in furnishing news items for this issue. He reports that he and some members of his family spent a very enjoyable vacation in the White Mountains at "Russell's" in the Kearsarge section of
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1886*
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HENRY W. THURSTON
HENRY O. SMITH
One of the Secretary's fall visitors, the asthma, will not let him talk. The other, the hay fever, makes him weep.
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1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
The Secretary has enjoyed calls at his home, "The Milestone" from Judge Bingham, Dr. Junkins, and White of the New Hampshire Public Service Commission. "The Judge" was in excellent spirits, returning to his birth place at
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1888*
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
Brock, who has not seen an '88 man for 50 years, reports improved health since his last report. He says he recognized all the group but one in picture of Wendell's party on April 22nd in honor of Rob Fairbanks August saw Cobb
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1889*
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DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
Late in August the 3 'Bgers who live in greater Boston, Bartlett, Blakely and Frost, lunched together on a day when Frost, although he "retired" from business several years ago, chanced to be in town at the office of the Harry
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1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
Mathewson attended a large meeting of the Alumni and friends of the University of Vermont at St. Johnsbury in May. He brought greetings from Dartmouth We dined with the Hiltons at their summer home at North Tewksbury, Mass., in
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1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
A clipping from a local paper told of the severance in St. Johnsbury of the law firm of Conant and Parker, caused by the continuing ill health of our David.
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1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
The Salingers, early in July, settled down at the Inn in Dorset, Vermont, for a restful and enjoyable summer but it didn't work out just that way. Soon after their arrival, Alice was brought down with an attack of pleurisy
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1893*
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Pres. Cox is taking his vacation during August, spending it at Chichester Farm, Pittsfield, N. H. Reports indicate that he is in fine health in spite of particularly strenuous work as President of the John Hancock Life
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1894*
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
Since this column in some ways takes the place of the usual class reports it seems fitting to record here the exact words with which John Eliot Allen, Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, was made Doctor of Laws at
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1895*
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Something strangely new is happening at Dartmouth. One thousand men are being trained there for induction into the Navy, a reserve naval officer's corps, so to speak. It is my understanding that these men (specialist volunteers
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1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
The Sullivan County Bar Association honored our classmate Hardy Richardson at a dinner in July celebrating his completion of twenty-five years of faithful service as Judge of the Probate Court of that County. The Manchester
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1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
J. MERRILL BOYD
Came a card from Jimmie Pringle and Mrs. Lillian Young Parker announcing their marriage on July 28th. My request for further information elicits that Mrs. Parker was for thirty years a teacher in elementary schools in
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1898*
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H. PHILIP PATEY
The Aubeys, like many other American families, have a son in the service but they know his whereabouts only in a general way.
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1899*
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RALPH W. HAWKES
EDWARD R. SKINNER
A card from K. Beal announces that he has retired from teaching and that his present address is R. F. D., Bradford, N. H.
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1900*
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Harry and Mrs. Marshall have at length reached this country. Driven out of Burma on Jan. 29, leaving nearly all their possessions behind them, they reached India where they remained for a time at the pleasant hill station of
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1901*
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Hastings Lyon has retired from his professorship at Columbia University, and is now living at 10 McClellan Street, Amherst, Mass.
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1902*
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
This month I am inclined to brag a bit about the present war record of 1902. Althought we are ourselves a bit old to serve, "Cap" Pillsbury has advanced to the rank of Brigadier General and is in charge of the Lovell General
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1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
Fred W. Baker of Lancaster, N. H., writes of the quiet and peace of the North Country where gasoline, rubber, and even water have been definitely restricted. The water lack is proving a menace, for not only are forest fires
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1904*
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
News o£ Dartmouth in the service of the World will be of greater interest to the College family than the usual class notes, hence it is desirable that we do not encroach in space more valuable for other purposes. We shall hope
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1905*
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WALTER M. MAY
President Edmund Ezra Day of Cornell received the Degree, Doctor of Laws, at the 110th annual commencement exercises of New York University in June. The degree was conferred by Doctor Harry Woodburn Chase, Chancellor of the
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1906*
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
On August 15th Edna and Mike Edgerton announced the engagement of their daughter Janet to Ensign Jonathan T. Lanman, Medical Corps, U.S.N.R. Janet attended the Brierly School in New York and is now a senior at Vassar College.
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1907*
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
Your Secretary thought it would be of general interest to report on war activities of '07 fathers and their sons. The following have been received recently. More may be expected to follow.
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1909*
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
Thirty-two years to the day after his father was sworn into the United States Navy as a lieutenant commander, supply Corps, Alonzo Graham Hearne Jr., son of our classmate Alonzo Hearne, received his commission as ensign in the
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1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
ABBREVIATED. .. .consistent with Editor Hayward's instructions, we'll carry through this year with 3/5 of our customary space, shortened stories, more names if we can get them... .and whether or not we do so successfully lies
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1911*
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
The new MAGAZINE year opens with the reporter of this column still confined to Washington. He will continue to do his best to keep this column going throughout the year, but is going to need your help much more than if he were
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1912*
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LT. COL. CONRAD E. SNOW
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
Lieutenant Colonel John D. Brewster, U. S. Corps of Engineers, is Camp Engineer at Camp Pickett. Accompanying photograph shows him in the act of presenting a flag to his former World War Division, now in camp.
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1913*
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
"Cap" Avery's oldest son, Dan, now 20, enlisted a year ago last October in the Army and later went into the Paratroops when they organized. When we learned this from "Cap" he had heard last from him at a port of embarkation.
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1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
JOHN F. CONNERS
From deep in the heart of Texas comes a booming note from Capt. Horace Borden of the Air Corps holding forth at length on the sunshine, the flowers and the rejuvenating effects generally of army life in the wide open spaces.
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1915*
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DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
The sympathy of our entire class goes out to Al Livingston in the death of his wife, Marion, on June 13, 1942, in the Municipal Stadium at San Francisco. What may be briefly described as a most unusual accident, during the
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1916*
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
News of Bill Hale comes from Shanghai. Bill is serving as head of the finance committee of the American Association, which, at Japanese request, took over control of civil affairs for the American community in Shanghai three
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1917*
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
Before we go further, let's stop and give three long Wah-Hoo-Wahs one for Don Brooks who is starting his sixteenth year as our Treasurer one for Spique Maclntyre whose Alumni Fund report you received during the summer, and whose
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1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
"BOSTON CLASS DINNER OCT. 16TH NIGHTBEFORE HARVARD GAME 6:30 UNIVERSITYCLUB
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1919*
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
MAX A. NORTON
Charlie Biddle arrived in New York on the "Gripsholm" the latter part of August.
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1920*
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FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE ELLIOTT
Has anyone in the Class the same job they had three years ago? It certainly doesn't seem so the way the changes come in.
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1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROGER C. WILDE
Here are the dates to paste in your hat for this fall:
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1922*
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
GREETINGS TWOTERS:
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1923*
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
RALPH E. DUFFY
WE'RE OFF!! This issue of the MAGAZINE marks the opening of the last lap of our fourth of the five-year jaunts which serve as the standard of measure for Dartmouth Alumni life. And as seems to be our eternal fate we again race
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1924*
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Sheehy, news of whose marriage has just come in. Mrs. Sheehy is a graduate of Regis College and was a member of the faculty of Waltham, Mass., High School. Frank is on the Staff at the
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1925*
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER
Bunnie Levison is lA in the draft and is expecting to have the finger put on him.
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1926*
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
U. S. AT WAR
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1927*
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Due to the obvious need for economy and conservation, this column will be limited during the coming year to two thirds of a page in each issue. For this reason we will try to be brief and to the point. We will try to give you
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1928*
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OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
Two 'aBers were among the ten Dartmouth men brought back on the diplomatic exchange liner Gripsholm, which docked in Jersey City, August 25. They were Jerry Warner, U. S. Consul at Kobe, Japan, and Chris Livingston,
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1929*
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
AUTHOR'S NOTE
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1930*
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES RAYMOND
So much of the material for this issue concerns the naval and military activities of our classmates that it would be wise to start off with the blessed events and engagements, although here too, some of them are about men in
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1931*
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
WILLIAM A. GEIGER
Here we go again. Having the August issue hardly made it seem as though there was any lull in the appearance of the columns, and with the increasing number of fellows of our Class going into Service, it is becoming about as
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1932*
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CARLOS H. BAKER
NATHAN H. WENTWORTH
Fall Hunting Notes, 1942
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1933*
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JOHN S. MONAGAN
LEE W. ECKELS
Ordinarily at this time we should be readying a blast about the "Terrible Tenth." As a matter of fact, your representative has been quietly trying to round up an organization to prepare whatever can be prepared for those of us
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1934
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JOHN W. KNIBBS
RICHARD F. GRUEN
Just missing another deadline by one day, but this midnight to 6 A.M. shift is a swell time to spend on class notes. If you fall asleep before you reach the end, you will have caught my mood perfectly. There's plenty of news,
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1935*
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JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
BOBB CHANEY
Rudy
ONE MAN'S MEAT .... It is an old friend speaking, one whose undergraduate specialties included tucking a pigskin under his arm to plow his way through the defensive line, but whose most memorable feat was to be so firmly and
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1936*
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
Perhaps there was a time when we didn't want to relay or hear news that wasn't pleasant. But today, we're learning to face facts as they come. We're resigned to accepting our personal shares of unpleasant reports.
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1937*
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
From the news that filters through as grist for the Secretary's mill, it is apparent that CHANGE at an ever-increasing tempo is the keynote to '37 doings. There are changes in rank, changes in address, more job changes, and more
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1938*
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENSIGN J. CLARK MATTIMORE
This column is indebted to the Pace Setter for a lot of the news this month, so here goes.
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1939*
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
HERBERT MATTLAGE
Your Acting-Secretary is now an Ensign, USNR, stationed at the Naval Training Station, Newport, R. I. It would be very much appreciated if you guys would address your correspondence to the address shown at the heading of this
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1940*
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SCOTT A. ROGERS JR.
Within three days in August, two fine fliers of Forty were killed: Ensign Harold D. Webster of the Navy Air Corps was killed in the crash of a huge Navy Consolidated patrol bomber near the Dahlgren, Va., proving grounds;
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1941*
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
PETER M. KEIR
There is a perfectly peachy item from the newspapers at hand which, though I understand it occurred last April, must not be suppressed any longer.
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1942*
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PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
JOSEPH F. ARICO JR.
I write to you this month in a somewhat tired state of mind. Gutz Curtis had me throwing highballs up and down Broadway last night until I was dead; and the job of sorting and editing the tremendous amount of news you sent me
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"Key-Hole Man"
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In the midst of warm controversy concerning U. S. relations with the Vichy and De Gaulle governments, one man, at least, remained calm. S. Pinkney Tuck '13, diplomat for nearly 30 years and Charge d'Affaires at Vichy, is
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About Twenty Five Years Ago
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RIP VAN
TURN BACK YOUR CLOCK, your calendar, your memory. War clouds on the horizon—soon the Class of Eighteen became a Dartmouth war class, even as undergraduates are today. How bright are the memories of a quarter century ago—gosh,
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Imprisoned by Japs
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Melvin Southwick 'lB, of Middleboro, Mass., returned to his home on August 31, after six months' Japanese imprisonment and 57 days aboard the exchange ship Gripshohn. While he escaped the abusive and cruel treatment from the
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Health Chief
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Reference is made in the 1926 Class Notes to Dr. Ernest L. Stebbins '26, newly appointed Commissioner of Health of New York City. Dr. Stebbins is on the staff of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University,
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Aiding Russia
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A recent article in the WashingtonPost brings to public attention the fine work being done on the War Production Board by C. Edward Rhetts '3l. The 32-year-old Indiana lawyer is executive assistant to William Batt,
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American Poet
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On August 10 the Columbia Workshop, noted radio theater, presented, over the coast-to-coast CBS hook-up, a half-hour verse play "The Music of the Mountains," by Kimball Flaccus '33. This was a return engagement for the
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past two months. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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Small Ads
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MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC
MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC
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The Vermont Printing Company Brattlcboro, Vermont
The Vermont Printing Company Brattlcboro, Vermont
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DAD BOWMAN BARBERING AT 78
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DAD BOWMAN is, at 78, as adept with the clippers and the shears as he was forty years ago. He is owner-proprietor of Dad's Barber Shop, over Putnam's Drug Store.
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Petition to the Wilderness
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Willis T. Sparhawk '93
0 Wilderness do take me in! I tire of city smoke and din, Whose pavements with their sweltering heat Force me to seek that cool retreat Where woods and waterfalls do meet, And tinkling brooks their roundelay Surrounded by
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FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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Practical Aspects of Aniseikonia, by Robert E. Bannon, has been reprinted from the June number of the American Journal of Optometry.
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