Issue: 19421101

Sunday, November 1, 1942
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Campion's
Campion's
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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THERE IS NOTHING MORE IMPORTANT in this publication every month than news of men who have put on a uniform. The total of 3442 men in the service now listed in the Alumni Records Office grows every day. Please help the College by
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Masthead
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This Month
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Marine Corps Aviation
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Coming Events
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Nov.3 Closmg date of Columbia footballNov. O applications.
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THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
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GULF OIL CORPORATION
GULF OIL CORPORATION
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The Prudential Insurance Company of America
The Prudential Insurance Company of America
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THE DARTMOUTH RING
THE DARTMOUTH RING
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THAYER HALL AND COMMONS
THAYER HALL AND COMMONS
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GEO. W. RAND & SON
GEO. W. RAND & SON
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Boys' Schools
Boys' Schools
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New Hanpton
New Hanpton
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Vermont Academy
Vermont Academy
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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FRED PICKERING '38 NEAR RESCUE OF SAILOR BROTHER
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WHILE PVT. FRED PICKERING '38 wrestled with anti-aircraft guns pointed out to sea recently, his sailor brother tossed in an open boat off this same Carolina coast. The soldier is a member of Battery F, Antiaircraft Artillery
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New England Mutual
New England Mutual
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How to balance bike or budget
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Both take practice. Both bring tumbles —at first. Both are easier with a little expert coaching.
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Alumni Fund in War Time
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One need not labor the point that the Alumni Fund in the coming year will be even more important to Dartmouth College than ever it has been in the past. That is something the wayfaring man can see without much difficulty.
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Dartmouth as Unusual
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P. S. M.
For the second time within the space of a quarter century Dartmouth College faces the problem of maintaining a college under war conditions. President Hopkins candidly recognizes the impossibility of attempting to conduct
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR JAMES P. RICHARDSON '99, honored at Kappa Kappa Kappa 100 th Anniversary Dinner last month on 25 years as regent and historian of the society.
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Changes Lie Ahead for the Liberal Arts College
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Irwin Edman
IRWIN EDMAN, brilliant philosopher, author, and Columbia teacher, is a welcomed summer resident ofHanover whose lively thinking, writing and conversation merit a large audience. At our request Mr. Edmancontributes the following statement of his
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11,12,13,14,15
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The American Dream: Growth of a Nation
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KENNETH ALLAN ROBINSON
WHAT DO WE MEAN by the American Dream? Is it Henry Thoreau "signing oil" from institutions that limited his independence? Is it Alexander Hamilton turning to and working for the adoption of a Constitution that he did not
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Dartmouth War Directory
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ADDITIONS TO THE LIST of Dartmouth menin uniform total 222 since publicationof previous lists in our August and Octoberissues. The total number in the armedforces who are listed on alumni records isnow 3442. Please send information aboutentrance
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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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POINTS OF VIEW ON THE NAVY
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Jonh D. Cannon '26
IT HAS BEEN a pleasant change" commented Joe Burgess, his voice mild, his blue eyes smiling, "to have the Navy here."
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Our Own Class Notes
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COREY FORD
Secretary and, Treasurer, Freedom, N. H.
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Selected Reading List Traces Growth of Democratic Thought in America and Throughout the World
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RETIREMENT OF FAMOUS '94 TEACHER
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MR. CHIPS" AND THE "SPARROW" have retired.
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First Ascent of Mt. Washington
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[June, 1642, entry from Winthrop'sJournal "History of New England" 16301649. Charles Scribner's Sons 1908, p. 62,63.]
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
SABOTAGE! THE SECRET WAR AGAINST
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Herbert f. West '22.
"Sabotage," Hailed as Exciting and Important Book Reveals Full Scope of Fascist Conspiracy
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THEMES IN GREEK AND LATIN EPITAPHS
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Wm. Stuart Messer
Richmond Lattimore '26, University of Illinois Press. 1942, 354 pp. 15.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FRANCE 1940-1942, A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY.
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Frank Maloy Anderson
Compiled by Howard C. Rice '26. HarvardCo-operative Society, 1942, 224 pp. $1.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
CONTRACEPTION AND FERTILITY IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS.
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James F. Crow
Gilbert W. Beebe Williams and Wilkins,1942, 274 pp. $2.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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ALL MEMBERS OF KAPPA KAPPA KAPPA, and . all those interested in fraternity life at Dartmouth, should be grateful to Professor James P. Richardson '99 for his work in assembling the centennial history of Kappa Kappa Kappa, an
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Washington Worker
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On leave of absence from the Departmentof Industrial Management in the TuckSchool, Mr. Burleigh has served in highlyresponsible positions in Washington warwork since June 1941. He was first Administrator of the Chemicals and Drugs Section of the
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Brief Biographies of Buildings
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON '00
11. Reed Hall
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News of the College
Dartmouth Is Ready
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS raises no objection to lowering of the draft age to 18. If such should be the course of events, the College would meet the problem by adjusting to it, the President said in a recent interview.
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News of the College
Fact Finding Board
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A WARTIME BOARD OF FACT FINDING AND Review has been established by the Hanover Chamber of Commerce to study problems of business interests in relation to the large Naval group now resident in the community. Specifically, the
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News of the College
Alumni Council Meets
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WILLIAM J. MINSCH 'O7, of New York City, was nominated for his second five-year term as an Alumni Trustee at the annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, held at the University Club in Boston, October 16. Dr. T.
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News of the College
College Naturalist Leaves
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DR. RICHARD L. WEAVER, who since 1938 has been the very successful College Naturalist, left Dartmouth on October 15 to accept appointment as Associate Professor of Biology at the University of New Hampshire. Since coming to
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News of the College
Mountain Infantry
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WORD HAS JUST been received through the Personnel Bureau that selection of personnel for service with mountain forces of the U. S. Army, suspended on July 8, has been resumed. As before, the National Ski Association has the
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News of the College
Coast Guard
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THE COAST GUARD needs men for officer training who have graduated from college with an accredited Bachelor's Degree. Since it is a small and specialized branch, requirements for officers are exacting. Candidates must have
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News of the College
Trustees Meet
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THE AINNUAL FALL MEETING of the Trustees of the College was held on October 22. Chief item of business at the meeting was the budget for the new fiscal year 1942-43, which Halsey C. Edgerton 'O6, treasurer of the College,
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News of the College
In Hanover Navy
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THE U. S. NAVAL TRAINING SCHOOL at Hanover reports 17 Dartmouth alumni enrolled in the second session of the indoctrination course which started on September 21. This is six less than the number enrolled in the first class,
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College Finances Sound
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Treasurer's Report for 1941-42 Shows Balanced Books And Moderate War Reserve, Thanks to Alumni Fund
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Faculty and Staff Members in Service
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FROM THE FACULTY TO ARMY AIR CORPS Two members of the Dartmouth teaching and administrative staff left Hanover October1 for officers training in Miami. Left, Capt. Ralph A. Burns, Professor of Education andLt. C. Dean Chamberlin, Associate in
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Dartmouth Night
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THE 47™ DARTMOUTH NIGHT celebration held in Webster Hall on October 8 was a "Night" never to be forgotten by all those present. A new and deeper note, which carried this year's meeting beyond those of other years, was apparent
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77 Out of 595 Freshmen Are Sons of Alumni
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Approximately 13% o£ the 595 members of the Class of 1946 are the sons of Dartmouth Alumni. This year's total of 77 is lower than last year's all-time record of 108. Every class but three between 1900 and 1924 is represented among the alumni
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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William C. S. Remsen '43
Long-Range Planning to Improve Society's Ills, With Big Job to be Done Now, Much in Undergraduate Mind
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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ELMER STEVENS JR. '43.
Victories by Spirited Eleven, Sparked by Talented Backfield Aces, Distinguish '43 Season
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Sports Results
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Varsity Football:—Sept. 26, Dartmouth 17, Holy Cross 6; Oct. 3, Dartmouth 58, Miami 7; 10, Colgate 27, Dartmouth 19; 17, Dartmouth 14, Harvard 2. Soccer:Oct. 2, Amherst 5, Dartmouth o; 9, Dart- mouth 4, Mass. State 1. Cross
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Yale Wins, 17-7
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DARTMOUTH'S HOPES for Ivy League leadership evaporated in the Yale Bowl on October 24, when the aroused, victorystarved Elis pushed the Indians all over the gridiron for 57 of the 60 minutes and emerged with a well-earned 17-7
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Sports
Big Green Teams
FOOTBALL STAR AS TEACHER-COACH
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Robert r. Rodgers '42
THE word "pressure," as applied by For- rest Branch '33, has a special signif- icance.
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Sports
Big Green Teams
THOSE WERE HAPPY DAYS
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Jack Childs '09
MEMORIES—THE GOOD ONES—bring solace to advancing years. They lessen the rigors of living, and titilate ego long since deflated. The happy days in college were the days when a man could be a big shot without money; when the
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Fort Benning, Ga.
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Capt. S. G. Burnett '40
ANY DARTMOUTH MEN down here who . are not on our list, please call me at 3219 or drop me a card. We want this Club to include every Dartmouth man in the Fort! Tentative plans for our next alumni dinner have it set for Saturday
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News from Alumni Clubs
Eastern Penna
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Milton G. Shultz '30
FIRST WE HAD a tire situation—now comes gasoline; two excellent reasons why it has become increasingly difficult to call a meeting of a group that is scattered over an area covering a radius of 50 miles from Reading. The
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Central N. J.
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Arthur J. O'Mara '09
ON DARTMOUTH NIGHT, Nov. 8, the Dartmouth Club of Central N. J. met in New Egypt, N. J., at the home of its president, Dr. J. Edwin Obert '24. This meeting was the regular monthly meeting, held on this night for the purpose of
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News from Alumni Clubs
Baltimore
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Harold R. Hastings '00
HERE, AS EVERYWHERE ELSE, I presume, the war is causing an unusually rapid turnover in our ranks. In May we elected as officers for the coming year: Bob Ekin '37, President; Jim Lund '2O, Vice Presi- dent; Don Mason 'l3, 2nd
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News from Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33
MUCH WATER HAS traversed the dam since Connecticut's report in the June issue.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Wellesley
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Richard D. Muzzy '35
DARTMOUTH NIGHT IN WELLESLEY once again was a notable event. On October Bth we met at the Wellesley Country Club, fifty-three strong. Our guest was Lt. Col. Arthur T. Soule 'OB. Art has charge of officer procurement for the
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News from Alumni Clubs
Western New York
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Hugh A. Johnson '30
THANKS TO THE FALL SEASON, the Luncheon Club is showing signs of life and welcome to many new and old faces. What with the press of the "home front" and the absence of so many men in the more active theaters, it is good to be
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News from the Associated Schools
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
THAYER SCHOOL has had welcome visits from several alumni during the past few weeks. The more of these visits we have and the more news we hear, the more we are impressed with the contributions Thayer men are making to the war
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News from the Associated Schools
Tuck School
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G. W. W., A. W. F.
THE PROGRAM of the School is progressing very satisfactorily despite the enlarged enrollment and the fact that there are three different groups of students instead of the usual two classes.
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News from the Associated Schools
Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen
OUR EXPERIENCE with the accelerated program has so far been very encouraging The increase in class size has crowded the laboratories; we suffered a little heat warping in the dissection room; and we wished for a bit more of the
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News from the Classes
1878*
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
Harlow had to forego his usual summer sojourn on Cape Cod this season, but was able to go by auto to his son's cottage on Lake Ontario for a fortnight. He says his day to be up and dressed is 3:30 to 8 P.M. Hayt's tenant has
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News from the Classes
1885*
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
HENRY H. AUSTIN
Lorrain Weeks, in a letter felicitating the Secretary and Mrs. Bayley on having reached their Golden Wedding Anniversary indulged in a very cheerful and encouraging monologue on growing old. Lorrain is an octogenarian of some
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News from the Classes
1886*
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HENRY W. THURSTON
HENRY O. SMITH
The Secretary's unwelcome visitors of last month still hold him a prisoner and now have placed a ban on his writing— however, on Oct. 12th, the Columbia University Press, New York, published his book Concerning Juvenile
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News from the Classes
1887*
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Berry Sanborn, in honor of their golden wedding, received many friends, for four hours, September 81, at their Arlington street home, Cambridge Mass. Among the floral offerings was a spray of large yellow
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News from the Classes
1888*
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
Clark and Hardy (we quote from letters received from both John Lew and George):
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News from the Classes
1889*
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DR. DAVID N. BLAKELY
In the October MAGAZINE, mention was made in our notes of two sons of '89 in the"* Service, John Redfield, C. A. and Walter Sullivan Jr., in the Navy The list of alumni in the August issue included three of our sons in the
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News from the Classes
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
Walter Rowe's son, Preston, is a Captain in the Army Had a chat with John F. McDonald recently. His son, John, also a graduate of Dartmouth has joined the Air Force Dan Ruggles spent the summer, as usual, at Nantucket. The trip
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News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
Dr. Quint who retired last June from the successful pastorate in Chelsea, Mass., is now living in Manchester, Mass., the old home of Mrs. Quint.
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News from the Classes
1893*
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WILLIAM G. ABORN
Last month time did not permit me to give any but the most cursory mention of Billy Mann's death. However, Skid, in his obituary, expressed for us all our sorrow at losing so companionable and lovable a classmate. We will miss
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News from the Classes
1894*
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[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
This column acknowledges its indebtedness for items which from time to time come through the excellent Dartmouth News Service over which C. E. Widmayer '3O presides. From this source, word comes that Parker E. Sawyer, son of
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1895*
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[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Frank Austin isn't bothered about the fuel question these days. He is still in Winter Park, Florida. He recently (Oct. 4) reported that the temperature in Winter Park was 106° and dropped finally to 770. Lucky Frank! We New
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1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
MERRILL BOYD
The Boston papers of September 24 th published the following:
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1898*
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H. PHILIP PATEY
There came a wedding announcement from Mrs. Ruby Norton Hoflnell and Mr. Robert Earle Peck. This happy event occurred October 3. All up with a rousing cheer of congratulations and best wishes to them. All '98 single men take
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1899*
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RALPH W. HAWKES
EDWARD R. SKINNER
The Boston Globe of August 27th carried a very interesting article about "Cav," reporting that Hollywood was considering a script for a picture on his life. The article gave a short history with several anecdotes which were very
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1900*
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[no value]
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
A most pleasant occasion in Hanover was the recent celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of Kappa Kappa Kappa. The Secretary was privileged to be present at the anniversary dinner and at his table to hold
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News from the Classes
1901*
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Charlie Howe writes from Richmond that he is keeping fit these days and going- strong. The care of lawns, hedges, etc., about his house keeps him in trim. All three of his boys are in the service. Some record. We are wondering
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1902*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
Every member of 1902 will regret the loss of our classmate, Arthur Tozzer, who died September 9th. A civil engineer of national prominence, he was a loyal member of the class, liberal in the support of the Alumni Fund and a
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News from the Classes
1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
D. Burns Douglass, prominent attorney of Fort Wayne, Ind., former Judge of the Municipal Court, at present nominee for Judge of the Superior Court, writes a most interesting letter of his activities. In 1937 he was Grand Master
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1904*
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
From Bob Moseley's letter of October Bth these items will interest everyone.
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News from the Classes
1905*
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[no value]
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WALTER M. MAY
We are very grateful to Chester C. Butts, of the Class of 1917, who kindly forwarded the following report about Lt. Brainard T. Macomber.
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News from the Classes
1906*
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Max Hartmann reports that a second grandson arrived at his son Ralph's house on September 3rd. As you all remember, Ralph is the 1906 Class baby.
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1907*
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
Interesting reports concerning 'O7 war service, primarily the activities of 'O7 sons, continue to flow into the Secretary's office. We hope they will continue to flow in, for we know of no subject of greater general interest.
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News from the Classes
1908*
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[no value]
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A. B. ROTCH
ARTHUR BARNES
If you get a letter from Larry Symmes now, it is likely to be on a letterhead of The Hackley School, Tarrytown, New York, Office of the Treasurer. Larry is now treasuring for the old school, Stan Tap- pan's alma mater, as well
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News from the Classes
1909*
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[no value]
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
Jack Childs died very suddenly at his home in Goffstown, New Hampshire, September 23. Jack had been in good health up to the time of his death. The obituary notes in the MAGAZINE will give a picture of the type of work which he
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News from the Classes
1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
ENTERING SONS .... 1910 continues to clinch what seems to be an all-time record for other Dartmouth classes to shoot at. With 7 sons in the present Freshman class at Hanover, the grand total reaches astronomical figures.
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News from the Classes
1911*
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
By this time you all should have received postal cards asking you to send in any information as to war activities, either military or civilian, any data on members of your families, or other facts of interest. If your card has
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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[no value]
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CON ANT
Nineteen hundred and thirteen's second wartime reunion comes next May or June, depending on what develops to be the best time for the Administration.
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News from the Classes
1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
JOHN F. CONNORS
Thank you boys, for your quick and interesting replies to the class letter sent out some weeks ago. It was the largest batch of letters your Secretary has ever received and he is grateful. Jack Connors is happy, too, and thanks
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915*
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DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
First of the football news drifted in this month, but somehow it hasn't the zest of normal times—too many away, too many busy on other things, and what not. With Holy Cross playing in Worcester, normal times would have seen many
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1916*
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
PROF. JOHN B. STEARNS
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
1916 IN THE SERVICES
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1917*
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
As these words are being written the big news of the recent past is Dartmouth's well- earned victory over Holy Cross. The team is red hot, and we guaranty satisfaction if you can overcome the obstacles and make your way to the
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1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
LET YOUR SNAPSHOTS FLY—SEND THEM TO DICK HOLTON—for a friendly album at our 25th, 26th, 7th or 8th—who knows? That's why PAUL MATHER sent in his. Says Paul "I was delighted with the promotion since selection is keen— have been
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News from the Classes
1919*
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
MAX A. NORTON
Bob Newcomb has been commissioned in the Navy. Gin Mullen is with WPB, Knit Goods Section. Jack Keating is in the Air Corps—reported late in August at Keesler Field, Miss., for 4 weeks of basic training Louis Munro is stationed
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News from the Classes
1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROGER C. WILDE
As this issue goes to press, "perishable" news is distinctly lacking, the October 8 Washington class dinner having been post- poned to sometime in November (due to a conflict with Dartmouth Night) and the big doings in and
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1922*
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
GREETINGS TWOTERS: The responses on the information sheet sent to you in late September have proven to be very interesting. Of the returns so far practically 98% reflect participation in Civilian Defense activities and responsi-
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News from the Classes
1923
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
Each time a notice comes through announcing the entrance into the armed services of another of our grand crowd, I am impressed anew with their magnanimous spirit of loyalty, their allegiance to all things right, and their
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1924*
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Ken Harvey writes from New York: "In the early spring I endeavored to get in the Navy, having been offered a good commision but I was turned down because of an old operation I had some years back. So I have been with the War
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News from the Classes
1925*
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER, 3RD
You will read of Frank Hershey's passing in the Necrology Section. My first memory of Frank was on the morning we formally entered Dartmouth and were making out a series of forms in the Administration Building. I can still see
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News from the Classes
1926*
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ROBERT L. MAY
ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
A news round-up of Chicago's 30-odd (watch that HYPHEN, Mr. Printer) '26-ers makes us humbly aware of the fact that our Class still bears the blessing of the kindly star that's been ours, since 'way back when. At the time of the
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News from the Classes
1927*
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Here it is the evening of October 9th, and this column is due in Hanover tomorrow We have been wondering how to get our copy there in time, since we can't possibly finish it before the last mail tonight. Sykes Hardy answered the
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News from the Classes
1928*
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OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
With 87 classmates in uniform now, our Service roster will have well over 100 names on it before the end of the year. In the past month alone there have been 17 additions.
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News from the Classes
1929*
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
Two more of our doctors are in the Army: Capt. Howard G. Nichols and Major Frank P. Foster. Nick leaves his Haver- hill (Massachusetts) practice for Fort Devens while Frank gives up his post at the Lahey Clinic for the wings of
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News from the Classes
1930*
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES RAYMOND
Charlie Raymond rates a great big assist for sending along a stack of notes this month, collected with the first batch of checks from prompt dues-paying classmates As a quid pro quo we are glad to put in a plug for our
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931*
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Once again the most important number of changes in the Class of '31 seem to be from civilian life to the Army. Art Brettler has just joined this group. Art Ecker, formerly a doctor in Syracuse, now assumes a Captaincy in the
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News from the Classes
1932*
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CARLOS H. BAKER
NATHAN H. WENTWORTH
Promised last month was an eye-witness account of Andy Stollmeyer at home on the fair hot isle of Trinidad, not far from the spot where Robinson Crusoe spent twenty-eight solitudinous years in the days when anthropophagi
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933*
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[no value]
JOHN S. MONAGAN
LEE W. ECKELS
If we mention Reunion from time to time, it is not with any confidence that it will be a tremendous throw-back to the Era of Wonderful Nonsense. We can see the matter in its true proportion. We merely feel that it will be
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934*
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[no value]
JOHN W. KNIBBS III
4 A.M.—OCT. 8—A.W.S. OBSERVATION POST This suicide shift gets better each time I get up here on the hill. New stove now, plenty of heat and a new system that allows me six good hours of sleep before I come up (if I have brains
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News from the Classes
1935*
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[no value]
JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
8088 CHANEY
ALTARATIONS. ...
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News from the Classes
1936*
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
The Marine Corps has given official notification of the death in action in the Solomon Islands region of Captain Richard Huerth. Many of us will recall that upon graduation, Dick was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the
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News from the Classes
1937*
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[no value]
JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
This month brings some sad news about two very well-liked '37ers. Jake Shafer, twice lacrosse Captain, has left us. Hank Pierce, now of Stratford, Conn., one of Jake's best friends, has contributed a very splendid tribute to
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News from the Classes
1938*
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[no value]
CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENSIGN J. CLARK MATTIMORE
By this time you've gotten Ensign Mattimore's request for class dues, and if you haven't already done it, please send it in. We want to renew our subscription to the MAGAZINE with everyone getting it.
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News from the Classes
1939*
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD S. JACKSON
HERBERT MATTLAGE
HERE AND THERE
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News from the Classes
1940*
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[no value]
SCOTT A. ROGERS JR.
Thomas R. George
When Scotty Rogers wrote and asked me to be the first of a series of Guest Editors for our Alumni Column, I was tempted to write back and beg off on the grounds that Frank Knox or Secretary of War Stimson should take over
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941*
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[no value]
ROBERT W. HARVEY
PETER M. KEIR
You can see how this married and engaged business is getting out of hand. I figure that about half of this column will be made up of the latest reports on 1941 weddings and betrothals. But for once we'll be up to date in such
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942*
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[no value]
[no value]
PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
JOSEPH F. ARICO JR.
Opus number three finds your correspondent back at the old stamping grounds. For your benefit it's the weekend of the Dartmouth-Colgate game, and I'm one of the more fortunate on hand. It's good to get back to the old place, and
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Article
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THREE BROTHERS DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI
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[no value]
[no value]
AMONG THE ALUMNI attending the 100 th . anniversary celebration, on Oct. 2 and 3, of the founding of Kappa Kappa Kappa Society were three brothers of a distinguished New England family, the Coxes —Guy W. '93, Louis S. '96, and
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Article
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Chaplain
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Dr. Donald B. Aldrich '17, rector of the Protestant Church of the Ascension in New York City, has received a Commission as naval chaplain. A veteran of the last war, Dr. Aldrich has, for some time, been outspoken in his
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Article
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About Twenty Five Years Ago
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RIP VAN
HORSES AND BUGGIES once more are not an uncommon sight on the roads about Hanover—one might almost think himself transplanted to an autumn day some twenty-five years ago when old stage coaches met the undergrads at the
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Article
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Four Striper
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Capt. Paul James Halloran '19 USN (CEC), was recently promoted from the rank of commander at the Newport Naval Operating Base where he is public works officer. Since graduating cumlaude from the Thayer School at Dartmouth, Capt.
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Article
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Consultant
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[no value]
John C. Wood '22, vice president of B. Altman & Cos., New York, has been appointed an expert consultant with the Army Specialist Corps. He is stationed in Washington and devoting full time to his new post.
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Article
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AP Author
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Claude A. Jagger '24 is one of the Associated Press correspondents who collaborated with Oliver Gramling in writing Free Men Are Fighting, a dramatic narrative of World War II to be published in late October. Described by
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Article
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Victory Salesman
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Robert Allen (I. E. Theodore Baehr '28), who this spring joined the ranks of the leaders of the amusement world contributing their art to boost war bond sales, has found it a hazardous undertaking. A Lancaster, Pa., paper,
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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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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