Issue: 19430501

Saturday, May 1, 1943
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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William H. Cowley '24, President of Hamilton College, is the author of the first in a series of articles by well-known educators on the subject of The Liberal Arts College. Dr. Cowley's qualified evaluation of the existing
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Masthead
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This Month
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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Important!
Important!
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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VERMONT GATEWAY AUTO CO.
VERMONT GATEWAY AUTO CO.
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GULFLEX
GULFLEX
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G. W. RAND & SON
G. W. RAND & SON
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Coburn's College Jeweler
Coburn's College Jeweler
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
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DARTMOUTH DINING ASSOCIATION
DARTMOUTH DINING ASSOCIATION
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Tall Tale
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EMERSON SCHOOL
EMERSON SCHOOL
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New Hampton
New Hampton
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Vermont Academy
Vermont Academy
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BILL BROCK
BILL BROCK
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MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC.
MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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From "The Dartmouth"
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Service Hospitality
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THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES' ASSOCIATION is sponsoring a plan whereby Dartmouth alumni clubs and associations, as well as individual Dartmouth alumni, located near Army Camps and Naval Stations, may get in touch with, and extend
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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College Alumni
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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Navy Carpenter Shop
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A MOST USEFUL ACTIVITY FLOURISHES FOR NAVY AND UNDERGRADUATES
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New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston
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Call Another Kind of Conference!
Call Another Kind of Conference!
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PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
We Shall Because We Must
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P. S. M.
Since these are times that try men's souls, financially and in every other way, the Alumni Fund naturally will feel the pinch. However let it be remembered that this is a case that needs no arguing. In circumstances which all
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
That Fourth Freedom
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P. S. M.
There is room for debate concerning the unqualified validity of President Roosevelt's "fourth freedom"—which is usually called "freedom from fear." On its face it might seem that no one could quarrel with it. Certainly no one
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
The War and After
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P. S. M.
To Those who have read with increasing approval the various addresses made by President Hopkins dealing with, the problems of the war and its essential aftermath of problems entailed by the making of peace, it is in order to
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The Things We Have in Common
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UNDERGRADUATES ARE RAPIDLY BECOMING ALUMNI, IN FACT, WHETHER AMONG the minority still in Hanover or as one of the majority already in uniform the undergraduate of yesterday is today an alumnus. His class, whether senior or freshman, is
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR MAJOR GENERAL WILLARD STEWARTPAUL '16, highest ranking Army officer among nearly 5,500 Dartmouth men in the armed forces.
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THE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE
THE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE
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W. H. COWLEY '24
Is It "Sunset or Sunrise" for the Independent College?
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THE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE
Letters and Opinions Solicited for Forum on Future of the Liberal College
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THE EDITORS OF YOUR ALUMNI MAGAZINE feel that now is the time for Dartmouth men—teachers, alumni, students—to discuss fully the future of the College. With this editorial policy in mind we asked President Cowley to speak
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COLLEGE GETS NEW NAVY UNIT
COLLEGE GETS NEW NAVY UNIT
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Largest Basic V-12 Center Replacing Indoctrination School
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COLLEGE GETS NEW NAVY UNIT
V-12 COURSES LIBERAL
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E. GORDON BILL
Navy Broad-Gauged Program to Begin July I
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COLLEGE GETS NEW NAVY UNIT
Brief Biographies of Buildings
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON '00
VIII. Woodward, Smith and Ripley Halls
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
ASI HAVE READ a good many books that I want to recommend since I last wrote this column I shall make the reviews brief and to the point.
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Aviation Cadets in Training at Kimball Union Academy
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DARTMOUTH MEN will be interested to learn that Kimball Union Academy has joined the ranks of institutions training men to win World War 2.
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Books
Books
THE IMPACT OF FEDERAL TAXES
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Lloyd P. Rice
byRoswell Magill '16. Columbia UniversityPress, 1943, 218 pages. $3.00.
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Books
Books
BRITISH POLICY AND THE TURKISH REFORM MOVEMENT
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E. B. Watson '02
by Frank EdgarBailey '26. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1942 pp. 312. $3.50.
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Books
Books
Faculty Publications
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Applied Pharmacology of the Skin in theOphthalmologist's Everyday Practice, by Dr. Arthur Linksz, has been reprinted from the December issue of the Archives of Ophthalmology.
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Laureled Sons of Dartmouth
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CAPTAIN HARRY S. CONNOR '38, United States Marine Corps Reserve, who was among the first group of Marines to land on Guadalcanal has been presented with the Silver Star Medal for gallantry in action.
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Lettter from the Editor
'Round the Girdled Earth
'Round the Girdled Earth
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CAPTAIN LINDSAY BEATON, M. C.'32 wrote the following letter to one of hisprofessors who prefers to remain anonymous, though I can say that the letter naturally delighted him.
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Dartmouth War Directory
Dartmouth War Directory
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[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]
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Government War Work
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SINCE PUBLICATION of the list of 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 alumni in civilian war work raises the
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Washington
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Kerley, James J. '10 Civil Engr War Dept. Allen, Francis '19 Aluminum and Magnesium Div WPB Griffin, William J., Jr. '25 Psychological Warfare Staff OSS Johnston, Fredric K. '26 Construction and Utilities Bur WPB Stuhrman,
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Nation-at-Large
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Wardle, Edward B. '99 Consulting Engr Newsprint Adm, Canada Wylie, James R., Jr. '19 Dist Dir Office of Petroleum Adm, N. Y. C. Chamberlain, George N. '25 Marketing Specialist Office of QM Gen, Chicago Klein, Morton A. '31 Food
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From the Mailbag
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IN SENDING GIFTS to the Alumni Fund manynotes 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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News of the College
600 Attend Intersession
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A SPECIAL INTERSESSION LASTING Seven weeks, from May 10 through June 26, and covering three-fifths of a full semester's work will be attended by approximately 600 Dartmouth undergraduates, it is estimated by Registrar Robert
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News of the College
Admissions Started
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THE FIRST GROUP OF MEN selected early in April for admission to Dartmouth in the Class of 1947 numbered 334, it has been announced by Dean Strong. This group, about one-half the size of that normally admitted around the first of
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News of the College
1943 Fund Rolls On
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THE 1943 ALUMNI FUND continued to roll impressively along during the past month, and on April 19 had reached the mark of $93,000 from 4,100 contributors. It was not until May 29 last year that the $93,000 figure was reached, and
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News of the College
Fellowships Awarded
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FELLOWSHIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDY in the sciences have been awarded to three ..Dartmouth seniors, it was announced by President Hopkins on April is. Recipients of the $900 grants are Ralph G. Beaman of Plymouth, Mass.; John P.
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News of the College
Trustees, Council Meet
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THE SPRING MEETINGS of the Board of Trustees and the Alumni Council were held at the Dartmouth Club in New York May 1. The groups met separately for luncheon and business sessions. In the evening there was a joint dinner at the
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News of the College
Class Officers Meetings
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FOLLOWING THE POLICY of avoiding nonessential travel some 200 officers of Dartmouth classes met in New York and Boston last month instead of in Hanover, as in past years. On April 3 the secretaries, treasurers, and agents of
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News of the College
Faculty Leaves
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FACULTY LEAVES were granted during the last month to James F. Crow, Reginald F. Brown, and Dr. M. Dawson Tyson, which brings the total of staff members in war service close to 100.
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News of the College
1942 Fund Awards
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AWARDS TO CLASS AGENTS Harry B. Gil. more '01 and John F. Rourke '40 for outstanding accomplishment in the Alumni Fund of 1942 were made by Henry E. Atwood '13, chairman of the Alumni Fund Committee of the Alumni Council,
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News of the College
Alumni in Navy School
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GRADUATION OF THE sixth class of student officers from the Naval Training School at Dartmouth on May 4 leaves three Dartmouth alumni enrolled in the School for the final four weeks of the School's existence. Since the opening
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News of the College
Dartmouth Midshipmen
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ACCORDING TO A RECENT REPORT from the . United States Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School at Chicago, 92 out of 95 Dartmouth men who have entered in the last 12 classes have passed the record bettered only by Princeton, which
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News of the College
Oldest Living Graduate
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IT TAKES THE VITALITY of an oak to live a century. It takes a rare kind of genius to live to be more than that. On May 13, 1943 Dr. Zeeb Gilman '63, oldest living graduate of any American college, of Redlands, California, will
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Veteran Troupers Stole Show on Successive Weekends
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Miss Charlotte Ford, Alumni Recorder,who presented to assembled class secretaries, treasurers, and class agents in NewYork, April 3, and Boston, April 10, agraphic account of the problems whichconfront her office in keeping contact with21,000
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President Describes State of College
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THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY and faculty of the College gathered in Webster Hall on Saturday morning, April 17, for a final convocation before the close of the term and heard President Hopkins speak on "The State of the College," Wiley
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Dean of Solons
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DARTMOUTH COLLEAGUES IN VERMONT ASSEMBLY HONOR A. E. WATSON '83
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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George H. Tilton III '44
Atmosphere Clears as Definite Word on Navy V-12 Unit and on Status of Students Arrives with Delayed Spring
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Dick Gilman '45
Baseball Team Opens 25th Season under Jeff Tesreau; Track and Golf Only Other Sports on Spring Schedule
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Big Green Teams
Indians, Tigers Split
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Dartmouth's snowbound baseball team opened its 1943 season in surprising fashion by shutting out Princeton's champion nine, 3 to o, and coming within a hair of taking the second game, lost 4 to 3, in the double-header at
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Big Green Teams
BASKETBALL TEAM JITTERY, LOSES
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Dick Gilman '45
In the annual NCAA basketball tournament at New York late in March Coach Ossie Cowles' Big Green basketeers represented the New England region in the Eastern play-offs for the third consecutive year. However, the Indians were
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Big Green Teams
LACROSSE AND TENNIS CANCELLED
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Dick Gilman '45
The DCAC announced recently that the lacrosse and tennis schedules for this spring had been cancelled because of the revision of the academic calendar. However, both the track and golf teams will participate in intercollegiate
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Big Green Teams
NAVAL UNIT BOOSTS FOOTBALL PROSPECTS
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Dick Gilman '45
According to latest information, Dartmouth will continue with its plans to carry out its regular 1943 football schedule next fall, although it may be done on a considerably ably modified basis. It is expected that a successor
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Big Green Teams
MILESTONES
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Dick Gilman '45
Awarded Skiing Letters: William Garrison Distin '44, Richard Crane Bradley '44, William Robert Epply '44, William Hutchins Ashley '45, Paul Williams Glover '45, Henry Griffith Lumbard Jr. '46, Wilbur Irving Bull Jr. 46. Managerial
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Washington
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Barry Sulinvan '36
WAR IS NOT ALL liability but it is a tragic process for regaining "those qualities which made American life distinctive in the earlier years, which gave the impetus for American achievement, and which taught Americans to love
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News from Alumni Clubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G. Shultz '30
YOUR SECRETARY has just returned from the annual meeting of the secretaries association, held this year at the Dartmouth Club in New York City.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Baltimore
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LAST YEAR ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL won the La l Crosse Championship of the Maryland Scholastic Association for the third successive season, thereby gaining permanent possession of the Dartmouth Trophy Cup. We have arranged to offer a
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News from Alumni Clubs
Wellesley
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Richard D. Muzzy '35
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Dartmouth Club of Wellesley took place at the Wellesley Country Club on April g. More than forty men came for an excellent dinner and a thoroughly interesting program. The principal item of business
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News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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Gene Hotchkiss '22
ON MARCH 23 at 6:30 P.M., the Class Agents from this territory met at the University Club for dinner. Bill Embree made the arrangements and presided. The speakers were chairman Hap Atwood, Secretary Al Dickerson and President
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News from Alumni Clubs
Central Ohio
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D. A. M.
How IT FEELS to be in wartime England was the real meat of the Central Ohio Club's dinner gathering on March 18th.
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News from Alumni Clubs
New York City
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Sidney J. Flanigan '23
IN A CITY BOASTING some 2500 movie houses which, despite dimout, manage to blazon forth CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE, it was only natural that sooner or later the Dartmouth College Club of New York would sponsor a Dartmouth
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News from Alumni Clubs
Pensacola
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Jonathan DES. Mendes '42
NINETEEN "SONS OF ELEAZAR" gathered at the Officers' Club for the first meeting of "Dartmouth at Pensacola" to chase a few memories and enjoy a dinner topped by ice cream enhanced by pure Vermont maple syrup forwarded by the
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News from the Associated Schools
Tuck School
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A. W. F.; G. W. W.
DESPITE THE LOSS of several students to the armed services, the program of the School has been moving along very satisfactorily since the last report of this column. The current semester ends the last week in April, to be
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News from the Associated Schools
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
ALTHOUGH PLANS for this issue of the , ALUMNI MAGAZINE aren't known at this writing, it seems a fairly safe bet that by the time you reach this page you will have seen a good deal about the Navy College Training Program at
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News from the Associated Schools
Medical School
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Admiral Ross T. Mclntire, Surgeon General, U. S. Navy, has told us that each service is to utilize the facilities of the School, but sea power still looms as a problem for our fifteen Army lieutenants as our thirtythree Naval
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The Class "Round-Robin," in observance of our 65th, has completed its circuit and is being mimeographed for distribution to members. It displays a considerable disposition to let Bouton's keynote letter represent the group.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1885
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
JOHN P. BROOKS
Our class treasurer, Henry Austin, apparently has faith that summer will soon reach New England, for he has changed his mailing address from St. Petersburg, Florida to Warner, N. H.—here's hoping that his confidence in our
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1886
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HENRY W. THURSTON
JAMES W. NEWTON
A letter from Dr. Eliza Taylor Ransom states that, after two years' "vacation" from professional duties on the West Coast, she is "back in the harness again" as head resident physician in the Sierra Vista Sanitarium and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
ALBERT E. HADLOCK
The secretary has received two interesting letters from Winfred Smith Ross, of the Ross Bookmakers, Norwell, Mass. A son, Jonathan Smith Ross (named for his grandfather), enlisted voluntarily in the Navy, in September, 194 a.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
We are now confronted with the problem of our 55th get-together. Is it to be, or not to be, till victory comes?
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
FRANK J. REYNOLDS
The death of Judge Alfred A. Wheat, for many years president of our class, has brought to each of us sorrow and a sense of personal loss. Fred Wheat, as we affectionately knew him, had a notable record of achievement in his
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
JAMES B. REYNOLDS
Dr. Mathewson has tendered his resignation as Principal of Lyndon Institute, to take effect at the end of the present school year. Mathewson was elected our permanent class president during our senior year. After graduation he
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
Only item the secretary offers is that Robert L. O'Brien had a serious operation in Doctors' Hospital, Washington, D. C., on February 17.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
WILLIAM F. GEIGER
My question in my March notes as to whether you had answered Geig's letter turned out to be a bit premature. By this time, however, you have all had it and no doubt answered it. Geig has done a great job in keeping '92 at or
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
In going over the files of the Concord, N. H. Monitor, I find in the January 12th issue a poem which I cannot refrain from having inserted in these notes, as follows:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
G. WOODBURY PARKER
For nine years the Secretary of the Class of '94 has been reached at the above address. May 1 he retires from his position as Secretary of the Congregational Board of Pastoral Supply and hereafter should be reached at 83 Oak
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
WILLIAM F. RICE
The following is quoted from a clipping from the Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, N. Y.):
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Hardy Richardson is back in the harness again. After twenty-five years as Probate Judge of his County and recently in poor health, he expected to retire. Much to his surprise the shortage of lawyers in Claremont has called him
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
MORTON C. TUTTLE
You will remember from the class report that Albert Morrill's mother said in her reminiscences: "I wish that my children and grandchildren might always keep something of the pioneer spirit, that never fears to press on and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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H. PHILIP PATEY
CHARLES W. LITTLEFIELD
Those two old cronies "Ted" Leggett and "Dick" Marcy have been hobnobbing at Dick's winter home in Sarasota, Florida.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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RALPH W. HAWKES
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
On the first Saturday of March as usual, the group of ninety-niners gathered at the University Club for the 43rd Boston Round-up. It was a typical Round-up day, snow, rain and sleet, but a good number finally arrived and the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
John Redington, on leave of absence from the Brett Lithographing Cos., has become business director of the forest study project of the American Forestry Association. His work, involving much traveling, is to direct the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
HARRY B. GILMORE
Once again we have had the very great pleasure of attending the annual gathering of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association as your representative, and we would thank the class for this privilege. These meetings are always an
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
A. H. FITZGERALD
Our old friend "Kenie," who was appointed to a judgeship in the Boston municipal court a few years ago, has been honored by Governor Saltonstall, on January 20, by being made Chief Justice Davis B. Keniston. Kenie's son,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
MORTON B. FRENCH
A letter from Captain Herbert L. Kelley, Med. Corps USN, First Naval District, sole representative of our class in Uncle Sam's fighting forces, was more than gladly received at a recent date. Joining the Medical Corps in 1907,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
RALPH E. SEXTON
On March 15, Trustees of the Middlesex County Extension Service of Massachusetts announced the appointment of Bill Slayton as Farm Labor Supervisor. He has already begun the duties for which his fifteen year tenure as
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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WALTER M. MAY
The palm this month goes to Pete and Margaret Bedell, who have two sons in the service.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NATHANIEL LEVERONE
Helen and Carl Warton recently announced the marriage, in Macon, Ga., of their daughter, Frances Louisa, to Corp. Thos. A. Blondin. Frances graduated from Antioch College and Corp. Blondin from West Virginia Wesleyan, where he
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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HENRY R. LANE
JOHN R. MCLANE
Gene Brooks writes from Concord, N. H.: "My youngest, 'Sonny' Gene, Concord High soph and spare time soda jerk, is too young to get into service but the girls are doing all right. Virginia has just joined the Marines,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
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ARTHUR L. LEWIS
Dr. Francis G. "Bant" Blake is co-author of some scholarly papers on lung ailments, printed in January in the Yale Journal ofBiology and Medicine, and since reprinted for more general circulation.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
NORMAN R. CATHARIN
At the New York Alumni Meeting at the Dartmouth Club on March 18, '09 had as remarkably good a turnout as Boston did at their reunion. The following were present: Al Bates, Fat Dillingham, Jack Dowdell, Ben Dudley, George
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
AT NEW YORK DINNER were Guy Perry and his Navy son, Fletch Rogers, Ray Seymour, Capt. Dinnie Pratt, Tom Foster, Russ Palmer, Pineo Jackson. THIS NORTON FELLOW, who got a fat promotion from U. S. Rubber of recent, pens,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOHN C. STERLING
It is with regret and sadness that the news of Bert Wheeler's death is passed on to you. We shall miss Bert but shall remember pleasantly the time when most of us were wearing sweat shirts and corduroys and Bert came out in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
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COL. CONRAD E. SNOW
ROSCOE G. GELLER
At the New York Dartmouth Dinner, the Class was well represented by the following: Andy Phelps, Hugh Eaton, Connie Snow, Les Snow, Ned Whittemore, Carl Rollins, Charlie Gately, Jim Steen, Irv Goss, Garry Garrison, Eddie
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
JOHN J. REMSEN
"T. D." Jewett has just been elected to the School Board of Laconia, N. H., for a term of six years. Stephen S. (1940), who had time to finish Tuck School before Pearl Harbor, is now an ensign in the Navy—a fighter pilot—and now
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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EDWARD LEECH
MARTIN J. REMSEN
I was up in the Big Town over the week-end of March 13, but it is not the same town any more. I was almost glad to leave. I brought down a load of the boy's furniture and hope to bring the rest at the end of exams. His last exam
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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DONALD C. BENNINK
ARTHUR P. WILLIAMS
Never has a month seemed to fly by so quickly, and it seems no time at all since the notes for the current issue of the MAGAZINE were due and had to be rushed in a hurry to Hanover to catch the deadline.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1916
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
PROF. JOHN B. STEARNS
DR. E. PARKER HAYDEN
The sad news of the death of Louis Gove is recorded elsewhere in this issue. The funeral service on March 9 was held in the Congregational church at Wakefield, Massachusetts, and was attended by ten members of the class (Bobst,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
KARL W. KOENIGER
The 1917 Hats Off Department suggests remaining uncovered a little longer than usual this month, word of several well-deserved promotions having been received.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
The Old French Army Officer (in the last guerre) Dave Garratt (Ch. 18ths 25th gift to Dartmouth) wept with joy and wanted so much to express his emotion in true French custom by smacking the right and left cheeks of F. D. (Col.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
EDWARD E. MARTIN
First place and first honors this month go to the Munros. On March 10, Charles Blake Munro (their 3rd son) introduced himself to his admiring parents, Harriet and Louis. The "Proud Poppers" Club thereby places another star on
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ALBERT W. FREY
Four times a day in Honolulu's Academy of Art, classes of U. S. Army, Navy and Marine personnel assemble to take lessons in how to make the most of shipwreck. The course is billed as "Nature Lore for Castaways in the South
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
EDWARD S. PRICE
The men of 1921 continue to join the armed forces of our country. Jim Wicker writes from San Francisco that since graduation he "has formed the habit of changing positions every 10 years. Ten years with W. T. Grant Cos., 10
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ROBERT P. BOOTH
GREETINGS TWOTERS!
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
JOHN E. MOORE
For the first month in almost two years we have no additions to our "In Service" list to announce. The Alumni Records Office got ahead of us last month in reporting that Bud Freeman, the Racine, Wis., real estate and insurance
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1924
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A. A. ADAMS JR.
ROBERT C. STRONG
Your secretary is at home from May first ready for business.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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PARKER MERROW
H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
This being the season of the year when the '2ser goes out regularly, it appears dumb for Brownie and your humble correspondent to peddle peanuts on the same street at the same time. Accordingly, this column is devoted mainly to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
CLYDE C. HALL
CLARK WEYMOUTH
Got a line on Bachelor Ken Johnston (Ban, to youse) the other day, when he and I had luncheon with Pat Allen after waiting the usual half hour in the cafeteria line at the National Art Gallery. Up to his ears in work, Ban is
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
The weekend of April 3rd your secretary went over to New York to attend and preside at the annual meeting of the "Secretaries' Association." These meetings were held this year due to the war and difficulties of travel in two
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
M. CRAWFORD POLLOCK
Plans for the 15th Reunion dinners all over the country on the weekend of June 5-7 are well under way. The Boston committee (Edgar, Martin, Nixon and Norris) sent out a post card to get a line on how many will attend a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
WELLINGTON F. BARTO
VISITORS OF THE MONTH
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
ALEX J. MCFARLAND
Two visits to New York within three weeks qualifies Al Dickerson as some kind of a traveler, but they turn out to be in the nature of side trips, for during that period A 1 was also in Lebanon, Pa., Chicago and Minneapolis. The
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
CHARLES A. GRISTEDE
With the volume of material that Charlie Gristede has given you in his issue of the "Wampum," our column is a little dry this month. However, at a recent meeting of the Class Secretaries, Agents and Treasurers here in New York,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
WILLIAM H. MORTON
Mr. Frank Nagel Carleton's remark about the emptiness of The ALUMNI MAGAZINE Newsbank is well founded, and I open these columns with a repetition of my hope that you men who are doing hero's jobs on the domestic or foreign
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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JOHN S. MONAGAN
HAROLD MACKEY
Because of the War, the annual meeting of Secretaries, Class Agents and Class Treasurers could not conveniently have been held in Hanover. As a result, a double shuffle was developed by which sessions were divided between
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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JOHN W. KNIBBS III
WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN
It's a little difficult to get warmed up to this job when the thermometer reads 28 degrees and the snow insists on spitting a paradoxical spring greeting, but by the time you get the May magazine we may all be a little thawed out.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
CLAUDE T. HUCK
We had ourselves a bit of a time up in New York a little over a week ago while in the process of attending the annual meeting of the Secretaries' Association. Now that we think of it, we didn't really come away with any real
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
EDWIN B. BROOKS
Earlier this year when the first issues of our noble newsletter, Tithe, were released, your correspondent had no compunctions about robbing the Tithe files to muster up some news for this column. Now, however, the Tithe
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
FREDERICK K. CASTLE
164 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, III
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENSIGN ROBERT H. CARSON
The Alumni Fund is rolling well on its way now. It seems as though we've said each year that it was so important to give to the Fund to the fullest extent of our ability. It always has been important—important for the College
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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ROBERT DICKGIESSER
J. MOREAU BROWN
HERE AND THERE
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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DAVID W. DAVENPORT
JOHN F. ROURKE
With our production effort moving less jerkily along and with red meat at a premium the country over, we turn to an item of no less importance to the future of the nation or to the safety of freedom .... that item is the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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LT. DONALD H. STILLMAN
THOMAS E. OAKES
The Navy Department reported on March 23 that Lt. (jg) William C. Bailey had been killed in action.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
JOSEPH F. ARICO JR.
Lucky Leo, my number one bookie onthe stem, told, me the other night that thesurest bet he had on his market these dayswas the Dartmouth Alumni Fund. Gentlemen, I vouch for Lucky Leo's reliabilityand most heartily recommend his suggestion to you.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
JOHN A. KOSLOWSKI
A faint and tattered sheet, jig-saw cut by censor, brings this column first '43 tidings from overseas. Don Harty AFS writes from Egypt about his leave in Cairo: "You would really like it over here; drinks are plentiful and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
As this is being written to meet a deadline, it will probably miss a lot of news that will be forthcoming in the near future in response to our first newsletter. One of the most interesting letters your secretary has received
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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RALPH G. TYLER JR.
JOHN W. CALLAGHAN
Something new has been added, and the 1945 column is about to get under way. I'm afraid the news coverage will be rather small at this stage of the game. Our class which numbered 723 our freshman year has dwindled to about 300
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1946
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HAROLD S. BOWMAN
CHARLES T. DUNCAN
As this is the first appearance of a '46 column under Class Notes, I shall not guarantee a thing. I will, however, try to bring to you all the news of our class at my disposal. Please forgive me if my report is not complete, but
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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