Issue: 19430301

Monday, March 1, 1943
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Alumni Register
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WILBUR C. MUNNECKE '27 is in chargeof putting into operation the Army's specialized. training program for college students.He is Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Personnel, Services of Supply in the War Department. When the General Staff
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Masthead
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This Month
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Important!
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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From Africa
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Coming Events
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Mar 4 Swimming, vs. Springfield at Springfield.
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President Explains Navy Relations
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At a recent meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Manchester, President Hopkins explained the relationship between the College and the Naval Training School at Dartmouth with reference, mainly, to the financial aspects of
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"The new ATLANTIC is MAGNIFICENT!"
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Liberal Education and War
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P. S. M.
The announcement recently made in many colleges, including Dartmouth, that the curriculum will continue to offer what are usually called the "liberal arts" courses for such as may be in position to pursue them, will have a
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A WAHHOO WAH!
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FOR the following alumni whose high ranks in the armed forces have been recently reported to the Alumni Records Office:
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All Due to Chance
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CAMP DEVENS INDUCTEES ATTEND BOSTON ALUMNI DINNER
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A Student's Prayer
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FRESHMAN ENGLISH COURSE REVEALS REMARKABLE THEME BY STUDENT
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California Speaks
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COLLEGE GENERATION OF TWENTIES SPEAKS TO GENERATION OF FORTIES
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Rationing Hits Here
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ANNOUNCEMENT of rationingregulations on paper for magazinesrequires us to reduce our total number of pages per month, beginningwith this issue. The feature sectionof general articles, news and comment has absorbed most of the pinch.Class notes
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Colleges Will Help Army Training Program
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WILBUR C. MUNNECKE '27
Institutions Will Cooperate Soon in Preparing Selected Inductees for Over-All Army Officer Examinations
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Laureled "Sons of Dartmouth
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FROM TIME TO TIME the editors willprint brief thumbnail sketches aboutDartmouth men who have made out-standing records in this war. The firstsketches are of Lt. Rob Roy Carruthers '42,of Larchmont, New York who left collegebefore graduation to
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Brief Biographies of Buildings
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON 'oo
VI. Wheeler Hall
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Our Own Class Notes 19
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Secretary, COREY FORD
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'Round the Girdled Earth
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Dartmouth
More Remarkable War Letters Written Men from the Four Quarters of the Globe
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Dartmouth War Directory
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[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]
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Key to Abbreviations
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THE FOLLOWING KEY is published to providedata in full carried in the accompanying "Dartmouth War Directory."
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Government War Work
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SINCE PUBLICATION of the list of 251 Dartmouth men doing full-time war work in our last month's issue several more names have reached the Alumni Records Office. The addition of the following 14 alumni in civilian war work raises
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Washington
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Heath, Howard L. '21 OP A Carpenter, Thomas P. '25 Consultant Navy Dept. Funkhouser, Richard L. '30 Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation State Dept.
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Nation-at-Large
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Osborn, William B. '16 WPB, Ohio Rotch, William B. '37 OPA, N. H. Falconer, R. Haven '39 Army-Navy Film Library Service Moody, John G. '40 OPA, Vt.
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Aviation
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Clark, Howard E. '24 Physician Douglas Aircraft Africa Hankins, Frank H. Jr. '28 Dir flight operations Pan American Air Ferries Hersam, George A. Jr. '29 Capt Transatlantic ferry service Lane, Harold H. '31 Pilot training
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
How to Abandon Ship, by Phil Richards and John J. Banigan (Cornell Maritime Press, 1942) may very well save the lives of any who read it if they are in the habit of going to sea during this war. This pocket size book of 152
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From the Mailbag
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IN SENDING GIFTS to the Alumni Fund many notes and letters accompany -contributions. Following are abstracts from some of the Fund's mailbag which we are privileged to publish this month. —ED.
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Books
Books
WRITER'S GUIDE AND INDEX TO ENGLISH
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E. H. BOOTH 'lB.
By Porter Gale Perrin '17. Scott, Foresman & Cos., 1942, xii + 800. $2.00.
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Books
Books
SOME ODES OF PINDAR
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Roy H. Lanphear'25.
By Richmond Lattimore '26. New Directions, 1942, 30 pages.
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Books
HOW TO PLAY THIRD BASE
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Fletcher Low'15.
By Robert A.(Red) Rolfe '31, and Michael F. (Pink)y Higgins. International Baseball School, 1942, 60pages, 75 cents.
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LABOR RELATIONS AND THE WAR
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Henry L. Duncombe Jr.
By Herman Feldman (Editor). The Annals ofthe American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol. 224, Nov. 1942. $2.00 in paper; $2.50 in cloth.
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Prof. Herman Feldman
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Herbert Wells Hill.
Prof. Herman Feldman is the author of "Curricular Progress and Departmental Prob- lems—A Review, with comments, of the ob- jectives, offerings and program of the depart- ments of instruction, as presented in their first annual
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News of the College
Alumni Meetings
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A SERIES OF IMPORTANT alumni speaking engagements will take President Hopkins to New York, Chicago, and Washington, D. C., during the latter part of March. The New York gathering will be unusual in that he will speak at the
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News of the College
Charles M. Stern '36 Fund
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ESTABLISHMENT or THE Charles M. Stern Jr. Memorial Fund is announced by the College. A first gift of $100 has been made in memory of Ensign Stern '36 who was killed at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941, and was the first Dartmouth
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News of the College
761 in Reserves
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OF THE 1,250 MEN enrolled at Dartmouth College this term, 761 are enlisted in the Army, Navy and Marine Reserves, a College tabulation disclosed last month. In addition to these reservists, representing 60 per cent of the
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News of the College
Dartmouth Trophy
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AN AWARD FOR all-round excellence known as the Dartmouth Trophy has been established at the Army Air Force Preflight School at San Antonio, Texas, and was presented for the first time early in February to the group of cadets
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News of the College
History Test Results
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RESULTS OF THE American History Tests . given last fall to all freshmen have been announced and show that Dartmouth students compared favorably with college students nationally on the examination of the Cooperative Test Service,
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News of the College
Faculty Leaves
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DARTMOUTH FACULTY and administrative officers on leave from the College for war service now number 78, or approximately 23 per cent of the average staff. Prof. Frank H. Connell '28, department of zoology and professor of
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News of the College
1943 Alumni Fund Clears for Action
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WITH THE APPOINTMENT of George F. Theriault '33 as Associate on the Alumni Fund, and with the mailing to 20,000 alumni of the Fund Committee's opening appeal, "'Round the Girdled Earth," two major steps were taken during the
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News of the College
Medical Graduation
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TWENTY MEMBERS OF the second-year class of the Dartmouth Medical School, all enlisted in the medical corps of the Army or Navy, received diplomas on February 6 prior to continuing their studies at other medical schools
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News of the College
More Dorms Closed
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Two MORE DARTMOUTH dormitoriesGile and Lord Halls—were closed down on February 6 as a result of shrinking enrollment and the need of conserving fuel. These two residence halls joined Fayerweather, South Fayerweather and
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News of the College
77 Alumni in Unit
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FOLLOWING THE GRADUATION of more than 900 Naval Reserve officers from the Naval Training School at Dartmouth on January 28, a fourth unit of approximately one thousand men reported to Hanover on February 3 and 4 to begin the
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News of the College
Mountain Troops
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THE OFFICE OF Technical Information of the Army Ground Forces has com- missoned the National Ski Patrol System to select applicants for the Mountain Troops of the U. S. Army. While men with skiing, mountaineering, trapping,
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News of the College
Naval Opportunities
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THE NAVY DEPARTMENT has announced that there are opportunities for commissions in a number of branches of the U. S. Navy for qualified men. In Naval aviation, administrative officers between the ages of 27 years and 42 years,
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News of the College
Supper-Hour Talks for Navy
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BECAUSE STUDENT OFFICERS in the Naval Training School at Dartmouth have little time for reading newspapers or listening to the radio, College faculty members have inaugurated a series of short supperhour talks to keep the busy
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College Selected for New Navy Unit
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DARTMOUTH WAS LISTED among 47 colleges and universities selected by the Navy for its student specialized training program and announced in the papers of February 7. President Hopkins has not received any information beyond the
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Class Officers Meet in Boston, New York
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FACING MORE ACUTE difficulties in transportation, the executive committees of three associations of Dartmouth class officers have decided to hold their annual meetings in New York and Boston this spring rather than make the customary
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The Undergraduate Chair
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George H. Tilton III '44.
This Winter Is Transition Period for the College And for Students Awaiting Calls to Active Duty
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Jack Jenness '44
Dartmouth Skiers Lose ISU Crown After Eight-Year Reign; Hockey and Basketball Continue Sparkling Records
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Big Green Teams
COURT TEAM IN SECOND PLACE
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Jack Jenness '44
Indoors the Dartmouth teams were having more success. Coach Ossie Cowles' quintet racked up six wins, but a fast, sharpshooting team at Princeton handed the Green a sharp slap to put them behind the eight-ball as far as the EIL
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News from AlumniClubs
Boston
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Duncan H. Newell Jr. '36.
ON FEBRUARY FOURTH the Alumni Association of Greater Boston held its Annual Dinner at the Copley Plaza Hotel, with President Arthur T. Soule '08,—now Lt. Col. Soule—presiding, and some four hundred fifty members in attendance.
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News from AlumniClubs
New York
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Sidney J.Flanigan '23.
ANNUAL DINNER OF THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK AT THE DARTMOUTH CLUB 37 EAST 39TH ST. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 AND THURSDAY, MARCH 18TH
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News from AlumniClubs
Manchester
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Kenneth W. Davis '24
WAR-TIME DIFFICULTIES didn't prevent the Annual Dinner attendance from reaching 100. We were fortunate in having President Hopkins with us, as well as Commander Stubbs and Ross McKenney. Their talks gave us a diversified insight
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News from AlumniClubs
Washington
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Barry Sulluvan '36.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE will continue to follow the tried lines of education which have fostered the development of men of the College throughout its history, Dean Lloyd K. Neidlinger '23 told the Dartmouth Club of Washington January
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News from AlumniClubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33.
IF YOU'VE NOTICED that Connecticut reports are less frequent than formerlyyou would be right and have only the miserable trio, Musso, Schickelgruber andTojo to thank. We're all-out down here,and the best we can promise is a great spurt in our
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News from AlumniClubs
Washington Meeting
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o o The Dartmouth Club of Washington D. C., invites all alumni, either residing or visiting in the Capital, to attend the Washington Alumni Meeting at the Hotel Willard on Friday, March 26, at which President Hopkins
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News from AlumniClubs
Central New Jersey
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Arthur J. O'Mara '09.
WE HELD OUR REGULAR monthly meeting on Jan. 6 at Paul's Restaurant. We welcomed as new members—G. H. Foss '29 and E. L. Taber '38. Mr. Taber is a lieutenant in the Air Corps, stationed at Fort Dix, and his engagement to Wilma
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News from AlumniClubs
Springfield, Mass.
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George F. Weston '23
THE SPRINGFIELD ALUMNI, one hundred strong, turned out to greet our dean "Pudge" Neidlinger at dinner at the Hotel Kimball on December 28.
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News from AlumniClubs
Long Island
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Christopher E. Suttmeier '22.
AWAH HOO WAH for Judge Collins! The big news for the Dartmouth Club of Long Island during the month of January was the appointment of Henry J. A. Collins, Class of 1918 (Harry, to us), to the important position of County Judge
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News from AlumniClubs
Cleveland
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Howard R. Schuemann '33.
THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON of the Cleveland Dartmouth Club for prospective Dartmouth men, undergraduates, alumni, fathers and friends was held at the Mid-Day Club, Saturday, January ninth. To be sure, the Yuletide spirit was
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News from AlumniClubs
Fort Benning
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Lt. W.E.Geraghty '37
THE STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS at The Infantry School has taken on a decidedly "Big Green" hue. "Are there any questions?" and "Can you hear me at the top of the stands (or rear of the room)?" have become a daily chant with the
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News from the Associated Schools
Thayer School
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F. W. G.
THE DINNER AND ANNUAL MEETING of the Thayer Society of Engineers was held at the Dartmouth College Club of New York on the evening of January 22. There were 41 members and guests present. The following men were elected to the
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News from the Associated Schools
Tuck School
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A. W. F., G. W. W.
NEWS ITEMS FOR this column, while not officially rationed, have apparently been added to the growing list of wartime scarcities for the current month. Perhaps this is a healthy indication that everyone at the School is
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News from the Associated Schools
Midical School
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THE SCHOOL YEAR ended on Saturday, February 6, when at the graduation attended by 153, President Hopkins presented degrees and diplomas to twentyfive and twenty respectively. The School year began on Sunday when the new
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News from the Glasses
1878*
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The ban on reunions of classes younger than fifty years does not prohibit our 65th, due this season, and we should not upset any applecarts or add to Hanover congestion if we did hold it. All six of us would enjoy sitting down
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News from the Glasses
1885*
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
The overshadowing class news event of the month is the passing of our classmate Sam Hudson, which occurred on February 3 at Hotel Charlesgate, Boston, where he and his wife had been accustomed to spend their winters for maiy
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News from the Glasses
1886*
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HENRY W. THURSTON
As I write these notes word comes to me that on February 4, Wiswall, our oldest '86 man, passed on. In the January MAGAZINE we read his last words to us: "I thank God for his faithful care of me for nearly six years that has
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News from the Glasses
1887
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
STANLEY E. JOHNSON
Several months ago Professor Cleaves, our "Dean," borrowed from Stillman Bacheller '09 an interesting booklet entitled "Dartmouth Forty Years Ago."
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30
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1888*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ELEAZAR CATE
Doc. Lougee—His son, Laurence '29, has been transferred to the Mountains of Colorado where he is finding the skiing quite to his liking. You will recall that he enlisted in the ski corps last spring in order that his 4 years'
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article
30
30
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1889*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Ralph S. Bartlett
George Bard, with address at 233 Broadway, New York City, is District Representative of The Biggs Boiler Works Co. of Akron, Ohio. For many years he operated the Petroleum Iron Works in Sharon, Pa. Business now takes him to
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30
30
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1890
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
Mrs. Winnie Mann, widow of Mann 'go died recently.. .Pringle (retired) is now located at aoB Domer Ave., Tokoma Park, Washington, D. C The Saffords have again gone to Clearwater, Florida, for the balance of the season.
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30,31
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1891
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
An obituary of Wm. T. Bailey, M.D., who passed away on January 10 will appear in another column. While Bailey was not a constant attendant at class affairs he was present at our fortieth reunion, and, as called upon by the
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article
31
31
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1892
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[no value]
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
The Lampreys are established in a fourroom apartment at 801 Mandalay Ave., Clearwater, Florida, and expect to stay there until April. Charley reported in midJanuary that the thermometer was 750 to 80 in the shade and 70° at
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article
31
31
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1893*
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Many fine tributes to our late classmate, Harlan C. Pearson, have appeared in nu- merous papers and magazines. We take the liberty of re-printing a short poem by Edwin Gordon Lawrence which appeared in the Concord Monitor of
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article
31
31
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1894*
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[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
Billy Wallis says that he has abandoned all idea of going to Florida this winter; in- stead, he is staying at his old stamping ground, Washington, D. C., the address being 1720 Kenyon Street, N.W.
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31
31
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1895*
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[no value]
[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
I have recently received heart-warming letters from Frank Austin, Jesse Marden, "Tommy" Thompson, Joel Harley, Watson Baker, Class President Wilson and others.
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32
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1897
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[no value]
[no value]
WELD A. ROLLINS
Tuttle has been appointed to a threeman committee of experts to advise Governor Saltonstall and the Massachusetts Legislature on safety provisions in building and fire laws to prevent a repetition of the Cocoanut Grove disaster.
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32
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1898*
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[no value]
[no value]
H. PHILIP PATEY
"Buck" Chandler, Joe Bartlett and the secretary were at the Dartmouth Boston dinner February 4th: '96, '97, '98 sat together. Charlie Littlefield was in town attending the Alumni Fund Agents meeting but could not stay to take
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32
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1899*
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[no value]
[no value]
RALPH W. HAWKES
A full column in the Boston Herald of February 1 by Bill Cunningham on the rumored movie about Cavanaugh, was a wonderful summary of Cav's life and ideals, and only its length and the impossibility of making a suitable brief,
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32
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1900*
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[no value]
LEON B. RICHARDSON
Emma Smith, wife of Dr. Harry I. Marshall, died in Newton, Mass., in January. With her husband, Mrs. Marshall returned from Burma last year, afflicted with the tropical disease, sprue, which developed into a rare form of
4719181_19430301_000093.xml
article
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32,33
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1901*
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Ros Bogue is now representing Allman, Everham & Company of Detroit in Lan sing, and is enjoying his new connection. He is also Chief Air Warden of his township, with a population of about 5000. It has taken a lot of work to get
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33
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1902*
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
I was just getting together a few news items for March when I received word from Hanover of the sudden death of Bill Murray. As friends and classmates, I know you will all feel stunned at our great loss. To return to Hanover
4719181_19430301_000095.xml
article
33
33
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1903*
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
The death of George Peirce brings to mind that genial soul of freshman days familarly called "Phat" Peirce. Leaving college before his time and engaging in the business world Phat never forgot Dartmouth or his classmates. For
4719181_19430301_000096.xml
article
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33,34
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1904*
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN II
FLASH NEWS
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article
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34
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1905*
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[no value]
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WALTER M. MAY
'05 men will be interested in the issue of Collier's Magazine of January 23, in which there is an interesting article about our classmate, Percy Noel, Chief Monitoring Section of the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service in
4719181_19430301_000098.xml
article
34
34
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1906*
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
Herb Rainie was elected President of the Dartmouth College Alumni Association of Merrimack County, N. H., at the annual meeting held December go.
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34,35
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1907*
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HENRY R. LANE
A receipt of a V-mail letter from one ofour classmates is and will continue to be anunusual event. Dick Southgate has recentlyreceived the following from Mike Smith.If Mike receives his copy of this MAGAZINE, he will recognize this as our
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article
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35
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1908*
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Milford, N. H.
Nice lot of letters in response to the questionnaire mailed last month, many from men we haven't heard from in years. If the 1908 class had regimented thoughts 35 years ago, the men have gone entirely individual since—at least
4719181_19430301_000101.xml
article
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35,36
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1909*
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[no value]
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HARRY R. FLOYD
The turnout of the Class of '09 for the Boston Alumni Dinner on February 4 was, as usual, one of the largest turnouts of any of the group. The following were present: Dan Watson, Allen Newton, Cad Cummings, Norman Catharin,
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36
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1910*
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
AT BOSTON DINNER were Else Jenness, Win Nay, Hal Sprague, Jim Everett, Ed Shattuck, Joe Graves, Bill Murphy, Ink Taylor, Ray Gorton, Jess Wilson, Beezle Parker, Tom Foster, Maurice Blake, both the Class and alumni having a
4719181_19430301_000103.xml
article
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36,37
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1911*
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
1650 Harvard St., N.W., Washington, D. C.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1912*
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COL. CONRAD E. SNOW
HENRY K. URION
Died George Hoban on February 2, 1943, at Bethlehem, Pa., from a heart attack which he suffered while driving his car. He was head football coach at Lehigh University, a position he assumed last Spring.
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38
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1913*
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WARDE WILKINS
Senator Charles B. Knight of District No. 11, State of New Hampshire is back in his usual good health following his fiasco with the B. & M. last summer. Interested in a possible reunion he remarks that it seems peculiar that war
4719181_19430301_000106.xml
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38
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1914*
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EDWARD LEECH
The Dartmouth Club of Central New Jersey through its secretary, Arthur J. O'Mara has unanimously nominated Dick Barlow for member of the Alumni Council. Arthur asks that notice of the nomina- tion be brought to the attention of
4719181_19430301_000107.xml
article
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38,39
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1915*
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DONALD C. BENNINK
Last things first this time—l'm writing these notes the day after the Boston Alumni Dinner when 15 of the 'isers and several guests set up their own reunion spot bebefore the dinner at the Copley-Plaza and later joined in with
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article
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39
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1916*
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
PROF. JOHN B. STEARNS
Please add to your list of sixteeners in the Army the name of Phil Stackpole, now Captain P. W. Stackpole, who has recently been commissioned and is now enrolled at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, in an
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article
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40
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1917*
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
The Class of 1917 is particularly fortunate in that it owns a complete album of Sunny Sanborn's Silver Jubilee Reunion pictures. The author, whose likeness appears herewith, is photographer extraordinary and super reunion
4719181_19430301_000110.xml
article
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40,41
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1918*
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
Harry Collins '18, classmate of Gov. Dewey of New York .(Columbia U. Law) was appointed Nassau (N. Y.) County Judge, and confirmed by the Senate after he had been approved at an appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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article
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41,42
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1919*
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[no value]
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
March 18 is the date of the annual Alumni Dinner in New York at the Dartmouth Club—buffet supper from six to eight. At 8:30 President Hopkins, the only speaker on the program, will address us on a subject of his own choosing.
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42
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1920*
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FRANK B. MOREY
We have now acquired a Navy "E" member, namely the Atlantic Products Corp. of Trenton, N. J., headed by Ted Cart. Ted's company, which normally manufactures golf bags, canvas luggage and Val-A-Pak received its award for
4719181_19430301_000113.xml
article
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42,43
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1921*
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
Major Edward A. Luedke, Infantry, reports as of January 26 that he is leaving Headquarters Second Service Command, SOS, Governors Island, N. Y., "within the next 10 days to go to Fort Leavenworth to attend the Command and
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article
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43
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1922*
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[no value]
ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
GREETINGS TWOTERS:
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article
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43,44
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1923*
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[no value]
SHERMAN BALDWIN
Irish Flanigan, having agreed in one of his many weak moments (as far as Dartmouth is concerned) to guest-edit this columniisss I realize, my cue to pipe down for the month lest you fellows get to thinking "Why in blazes hasn't he
4719181_19430301_000116.xml
article
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44,45
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1924*
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
Here's a letter from Ham Fish via Charley Holbrook (apologies to you, Charley, that it hasn't appeared earlier):
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article
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45
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1925*
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[no value]
PARKER MERROW
Lin White is one chap who knows that old Job of Biblical days had no monopoly on trouble. The Coast Guard ran into some difficulty in navigating one night and piled up his staysl ketch, Oceana, which Whitey had loaned to them.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1926*
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT E. CLEARY
A number of welcome letters have arrived since we last went to press—so many, in fact, that some will have to be held over for next month.
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article
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47,48
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1927*
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[no value]
[no value]
DOANE ARNOLD
It gives us great pleasure to report that we had lunch this noon with Lt. Charles Bartlett who just returned to Boston last evening after six months of foreign duty. Charlie has been captain of his own patrol ship stationed at
4719181_19430301_000120.xml
article
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48
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1928*
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[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
Any thought of holding our 15th Reunion in Hanover is out of the question due to travel restrictions and the fact that 25% of the class, is in the Army and Navy. However, the class officers and the '28 Council have decided to
4719181_19430301_000121.xml
article
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48,49
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1929*
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[no value]
[no value]
F. WILLIAM ANDRES
It's reassuring to have Ellie Cavanagh come back from a weekend visit to Hanover and report that all's well, with a fresh fall of snow to make the Sunday skiing excellent and hockey and basketball victories Saturday evening to
4719181_19430301_000122.xml
article
49
49,50
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1930*
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[no value]
[no value]
G. WARREN FRENCH
This month's feature presentation—Donald and David, twin sons of Ted and Betty Tobey, the farming-lumber Tobeys of Ply mouth, N. H. Ted's letter enclosing the snapshot states:
4719181_19430301_000123.xml
article
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50,51
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1931*
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Two months ago he said we were going to list the names and addresses of all the members of the class now in the Armed Services, with the hope that each one of you would pick out one or two and drop them a note. One of the most
4719181_19430301_000124.xml
article
51
51,52
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1932*
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[no value]
[no value]
CARLOS H. BAKER
The Naiad emerging from the galvanized iron fountain is none other than Katy Marks, plump and gleeful descendant of Ed and Margaret, and though it is not her latest publicity still, it is one of her best. On the side of the tub
4719181_19430301_000125.xml
article
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52
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1933*
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[no value]
JOHN S. MONAGAN
As a result of the intra-Executive Committee balloting it is our pleasure to announce that your secretary-chairman from July 1, 1943 to July 1, 1948 will be GeorgeF. Theriault. Bro. Theriault is a member of the Dartmouth Sociology
4719181_19430301_000126.xml
article
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52,53
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1934*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN W. KNIBBS III
OBSERVATION POST—4 A.M.
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article
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53
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1935*
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[no value]
JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
This won't be much of a column, we can tell you that at the outset. In fact if we don't get a move on, there won't be any at all, for we're over the deadline now, but we'll try to give you what we can get our hands on, and hope
4719181_19430301_000128.xml
article
53
53,54
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1936*
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[no value]
[no value]
NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
Although George Bottjer didn't graduate with us, we all will be interested to hear about—and applaud—the award to him of the Navy Cross "for heroism and valor while fighting the Japanese." The award was made at Fort Lauderdale,
4719181_19430301_000129.xml
article
54
54,55
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1937*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
As the letters roll on and over the secretarial desk, various common denominators emerge. '37 civilians want to be in the fight. Those in the armed services, but not on the battle front are itching to see action. Officer
4719181_19430301_000130.xml
article
55
55,56
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1938*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CARL F. VON PECHMANN
Sandy and Jenot Mills announce the arrival of a daughter, unweighed and hirsute, as of December 1. Sandy says she had more hair at four days than he has now. Boit and Andrea Wiswall announce the arrival of Andrea Jr., too, as
4719181_19430301_000131.xml
article
56
56,57
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1939*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD S. JACKSON
HERE AND THERE
4719181_19430301_000132.xml
article
57
57,58
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1940*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DAVID W. DAVENPORT
What with pleasure driving out of the picture and fuel oil being used only when new tenants are inspecting vacant suites, the writer finds himself huddled over his typewriter with overcoat and ear-muffs on and watching the
4719181_19430301_000133.xml
article
58
58,59
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1941*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. HARVEY
And again this month. Nick Blood, an Army Air Force instructor with new first lieutenant's bars, was making a routine flight with an enlisted man near Waco Field, Tex., on Sunday afternoon, January 31. While they were
4719181_19430301_000134.xml
article
59
59,60
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1942*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
This has been a slim month. Only 19 letters. But no mistakes have been called to my attention so I'll settle for matters as they are.
4719181_19430301_000135.xml
article
60
60
Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1943*
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BOCK
An anonymous postcard from South Bend, Indiana, reading: "Hup-two-three-four. . . .Hup-two-three-four!" is this month's bit of cryptic symbolism. It offers such facts as the V-7 boys being called up, most of them going to the Notre
4719181_19430301_000136.xml
article
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37
Article
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Distinguished Lawyer
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
George Maurice Morris 'n, president of the American Bar Association, was recently honored by more than 800 leading lawyers and statesmen at the 71st Annual Dinner of The Bar Association of the District of Columbia. The
4719181_19430301_000137.xml
article
42
42
Article
[no value]
Artist in Apponaug
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Probably nowhere could Paul Sample '20 have found a more critical audience than in the Apponaug, R. 1., postoffice when he hung his mural painting of the village there before an interested crowd of inhabitants. Dartmouth's
4719181_19430301_000138.xml
article
56
56
Article
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Morale Man
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
There's a niche for every man in the Army, and Lt. Robert Alpert '39 has found his in faraway Africa, where he is serving with the U. S. forces. Lt. Alpert is Special Service Officer for Morale and Entertainment and, according
4719181_19430301_000139.xml
article
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60,61,62,63
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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