Issue: 19430601

Tuesday, June 1, 1943
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Front Cover
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Front Cover
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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NAVY COLLEGE TRAINING Plans, which include a large Marine Corps Unit at Dartmonth beginning July 1, are described, beginning on page 10.
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Masthead
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This Month
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Important!
Important!
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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GILE & CO., Realtors
GILE & CO., Realtors
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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RAND'S
RAND'S
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GULF OIL CORPORATION
GULF OIL CORPORATION
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FAIRLEE & LAKE MOREY PROPERTIES
FAIRLEE & LAKE MOREY PROPERTIES
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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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LAKE PLACID CLUB EDUCATION FOUNDATION
LAKE PLACID CLUB EDUCATION FOUNDATION
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Men of Dartmouth
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BILL BROCK
BILL BROCK
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Hotel Piesse
Hotel Piesse
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C. C. HILLS
C. C. HILLS
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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MOHAWK ENGRAUING CO., INC.
MOHAWK ENGRAUING CO., INC.
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VERMONT GATEWAY AUTO CO.
VERMONT GATEWAY AUTO CO.
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Article
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Reply to Pres. Cowley on Liberal Education
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Carlos Baker '32
MY PROFOUND DISAGREEMENT with both letter and spirit of Dr. Cowley's article in the May issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE leads me to accept with some pleasure the editor's invitation to comment upon certain of its implications.
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6,9
Letters to the Editor
Open Letter
Open Letter
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TO A NAVY SON AGED THREE WEEKS
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
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P. S. M.
THE ALUMNI FUND CAMPAIGN FOR 1943 NOW SWINGS INTO THE HOME STRETCH. At the moment of writing the score looks pretty good when compared with that of a year ago, date for date. The tabulation (in round numbers) shows a current total for
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7,8
Article
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The Quiz Adolescents
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P. S. M.
Not long ago the New York Times published the result of a quiz directed to some 7000 college freshmen throughout the United States, the answers returned being assumed to be made in good faiththough there is room for the
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8
Article
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Greatest Of All Dartmouth Reunions
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Francis L. Childs '06
AT ITS ANNUAL FALL MEETING LAST OCTOBER the Alumni Council voted that . all formal class reunions under the 50th be suspended for the duration. Since that meeting the 50-year class has also voted because of the difficulties of
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR FRED A. HOWLAND '87 honorary doctor of laws from Middlebury College and University of Vermont awarded at Commencements last month.
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Class Notes
Our Own Glass Notes 19-
Our Own Class Notes 19-
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Secretary, COREY FORD Class Agent, COREY FORD
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Publication Schedule
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Following the regular publication schedule for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE there will be no July or September issue. The next number will appear August 1 and will include a complete war directory of Dartmouth men in the armed
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10,11
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
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Questions and Answers on Dartmouth's Unit Opening July 1
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
General Plans Announced for V-12
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What are objectives of the Navy CollegeTraining Program?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Admission to V-12
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How do high school or college students apply for admission to the V-12 Navy Training Program?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Academic
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Will instruction be given by Dartmouth faculty?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Uniform
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Will Navy students be outfitted with seaman'sand Marine private's uniform afterarrival in Hanover?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Recreation
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With fraternity houses closing, will a center for recreation and social activity beneeded?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Physical Training
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What periods for physical training will berequired?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Medical and Dental
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Will Navy medical and dental officers be assigned to the Dartmouth Unit?
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11,12
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
College Credit
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Will academic credit be given to Navy students for courses satisfactorily completed at Dartmouth?
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Contractual Arrangements
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The College will contract with the Navy to provide instruction, housing, messing, medical service, athletic facilities and other services and equipment for Navy students. Administration of the program will be on a cooperative
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Associated Schools
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In respect to the curricula of the Associated Schools—will pre-medics in Naval Reserves continue their course in the Dartmouth Medical School?
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12
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NAVY-MARINE TRAINING PLANS
Civilian Students
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Will there be an entering civilian class of1947 and civilians in upper classes?
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10
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Horatio Alger
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FROM STUDENT OFFICER to Commanding Officer in ten months may sound like the dream of a Navy recruit but it has happened. Capt. H. M. Briggs, USN, turned over his command of the Naval Training School at Dartmouth to Lt. Paul B.
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Laureled Sons of Dartmouth
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FIRST LT. ROBERT H. CASTLE '40, of North Muskegon, Michigan, has been awarded the Air Medal for outstanding aerial actions in the European and North African war theatres.
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MOUNTAIN TWILIGHT
MOUNTAIN TWILIGHT
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LT. CHARLES B. MCLANE,'41
A "Between Retreat and Supper" Visit at Camp Hale
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Letters to the Editor
Hanover Springtime
Hanover Springtime
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To THE EDITOR: I think all proponents of a permanently accelerated program of college education even after the war should study the picture on the outside of the May ALUMNI MAGAZINE. That shows an essential element of our
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Dartmouth Services for Dartmouth Menin Service
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IN ORDER THAT DARTMOUTH MEN in the service throughout this country may get in touch with friends, classmates and other alumni in various centers, the alumni clubs and associations in key cities, especially those near military posts,
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18,19
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War Training and Education
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Policy Committee Reports Changes in War-Time Curriculum and Degree Requirements of the College
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War Directory
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The War Directory is being omitted this month. Preparations are already under way in the Alumni Records Office for a compilation of all Dartmouth alumni in the service, which will appear in the August issue. It will include
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19,70,71
Article
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Brief Biographies of Buildings
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON '00
IX. Hitchcock Hall
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Article
Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
A CONTROVERSIAL BOOK is Mark Aldanov's The Fifth Seal published by Scribners. This is a book written subtly and well. That it was chosen by the Book-of-the-Month was a surprise to me, for it will have an appeal only for the
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Books
Books
PSYCHOLOGY THROUGH LITERATURE
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Irving E. Bender
by Caroline Shrodes and Justine Van Gundy if Richard W. Husband '26. Oxford University Press, 1943- pp. XI+389. $3.50. Richard Husband '26, formerly of the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, has collaborated with
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20,71
Books
Books
GRANITE LEDGES
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Francis L. Childs '06
by William PlumerFowler '21. Bruce, Humphries, Inc. 1943,62 pp. $1.50.
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71
Books
Books
AMATEURS AT WAR
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H. F. West
by Ben Ames Williams '10. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1943, pp.498. $3.00.
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21,22
Article
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From the Mailbag
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"Two years ago I had the pleasure of donating $25.00 to the Dartmouth Alumni Fund, and followed the same contribution the following year. I am under the impression that this is the time of the year that you look forward to
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22,23,72
Article
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'Round the Girdled Earth
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Dick Paul '41
R. W. BALDWIN, of Libertyville, Illinois, aged 73, is the father of two Dartmouth sons, Vincent C. '23, and Richard S. '31. Mr. Baldwin enlisted as a common seaman in the United States Merchant Marine and is probably "the oldest enlisted man in
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News of the College
V-12 Associated School
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THE NAVY V-12 UNIT, starting its courses of instruction at Dartmouth on July 5, will be operated as one of the associated schools of the College and its students will have the same alumni status as non-Dartmouth students in the
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News of the College
Trustees Meet in New York
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HOLDING THEIR FIRST regular meeting away from the College since 1912, the Board of Trustees gathered in New York on May 1 for their annual spring meeting. Following the meeting, President Hopkins announced several new faculty
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25
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News of the College
Degrees for Medics
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FOR THE DURATION Of the war, the Dartmouth bachelor of arts degree will be awarded to students who successfully complete the first year of medical school away after at least six semesters of satisfactory work at the College,
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25,26
Article
News of the College
Converted Faculty
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IN PREPARATION FOR the V-12 Naval Training School, opening on July 5, a large group of Dartmouth faculty members are teaching in new fields during the present intersession or are enrolled in "refresher" courses which will
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26
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News of the College
Minsch Reelected Trustee
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WILLIAM J. MINSCH '07, of Montclair, N. J., was re-elected for a second five-year term as an alumni trustee of the College at the recent meeting of the Board of Trustees in New York City.
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26
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News of the College
Over 600 at Intersession
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FIGURES FROM the Registrar's office show that 673 students have returned to college for the intersession, which began on May 10 and will run until June 26. Of this number, 614 are undergraduates and 59 are attending the
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News of the College
Alumni Council Meeting
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IN ORDER TO avoid additional travel members of the Alumni Council met in New York City rather than Hanover for the regular spring meeting last month. The sessions were held at the Dartmouth Club May 1 and included a joint
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28
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News of the College
Lattimore Elected Emeritus
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PROFESSOR DAVID LATTIMORE, who has been teaching courses in Chinese and Far Eastern Civilization here since 1922, has been elected a professor emeritus of the College, his retirement to become effective at the close of the
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28
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News of the College
New War Courses
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FOUR NEW WAR courses have been announced by the College to be given with the start of the revised three-term schedule in July. Two of these courses"Oral and Written English for Naval Students" and "Naval World Geography"have
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28
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News of the College
Thayer Elects Overseer
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS HAS announced the election of Frank E. Cudworth '01 to the Board of Overseers of the Thayer School for a four-year term, beginning in May, 1943. Mr. Cudworth was nominated by the Thayer Society and has
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28,29
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News of the College
Gift to Stern Fund
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A SECOND GIFT to the Charles M. Stern Jr. . Memorial Fund, bringing the principal to a total of $110, has been made by Edward J. Guilfoile, of Rensselaer, N. Y., a friend of the Stern family and president of the Rensselaer
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29,30
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News of the College
Fund Citations
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THE MAGAZINE REPORTED last month the award of 1942 Alumni Fund trophies to Class Agents Harry B. Gilmore '01 and John F. Rourke '40, and is pleased to print below the texts of the citations marking their outstanding
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24
Article
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Marine Unit Added
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A Marine Corps Unit of 660 men has been assigned to Dartmouth as part of the V-12 Naval Training School starting July 1, it was learned by the College as this issue went to press. This will be the only Marine Unit of its kind
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25
Article
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Bridge Builders
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The town of Hanover will boast a new bridge early in June, thanks to Professor John Minnich '28 and sixteen first and second year students of the Thayer School. The town needed a new bridge over Mink Brook in Etna, and the
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Article
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1943 Fund Passes Halfway Mark
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BOASTING PHENOMENAL SUCCESS thus far, the 1943 Alumni Fund this month enters upon the Tune homestretch in its campaign to reach, and surpass, the $200,000 mark tor the nrst time in Fund history. Below is printed the May 17 report of Fund
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29,30
Article
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Faculty and Staff in War Service
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SINCE EARLY IN THE YEAR 1940-41 a total of 95 members of the teaching, administrative, and athletic staffs of the College have left for war service. They are serving in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and government and fulltime civilian
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Article
Tesreau's Teams
Tesreau's Teams
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J.E Leggat '45
DARTMOUTH'S BASEBALL MENTOR RECALLS TWENTY-FIVE SEASONS
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30,31
Article
Tesreau's Teams
CALLS '25 TEAM BEST
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J.E Leggat '45
"My 1925 team was the best," commented Tesreau when asked if he had ever had an undefeated season, "but I've never gone through a schedule without a few losses." The '25 nine came pretty close though, winning 32 out of 36
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31,71
Article
Tesreau's Teams
QUARTET OF RECEIVERS NAMED
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J.E Leggat '45
Four catchers were named by Tesreau as being especially capable. Frankie Ross '21 and Mel Merritt '20, both of whom returned after the first World War to play on Tesreau's two earliest clubs, came to mind first as he discussed
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31,32,71
Article
The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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George H. Tilton III '44
Study Replaces Usual Spring Activities During Intersession As College and Students Prepare for Military Service
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32,71,72
Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Dick Gilman '45
Disjointed Spring Season Provided Little Action or Success; Baseball Team Likely to Have Intersession Schedule
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Sports
Big Green Teams
WINS OUTDOOR MILE TITLE
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Dick Gilman '45
Don Burnham, Dartmouth's track captain and ace miler, won his specialty race at the IC4-A meet in the New York City recently to add another victory to his rapidly increasing string. The Indian ace also ran in the 880 at the
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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R. S. Critchell '33
SID HAYWARD'S FLASH OF APRIL 23, 1943, on the subject of "Dartmouth Services for Dartmouth Men in the Service" was the occasion of a special meeting of the Executive Committee of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago held
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Western Pennsylvania
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R. W. Husband '26
WE HELD OUR ANNUAL BANQUET at the University Club, Pittsburgh, Tuesday, April 20th. Herb West was the representative from Hanover, and gave us a very illuminating account of the College in war time, with reduced number of
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33,34
Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Buffalo
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H. Carleton White '23
THE CLIMAX OF AN ACTIVE SEASON for the Dartmouth Club of Western New York was reached on April 28th when the annual dinner and election of officers was held at the Saturn Club in Buffalo. It was our good fortune to have Dean
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News from Alumni Clubs
Washington, D. C.
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SEVENTY MEN OF THE COLLEGE gathered Friday night, May 7, at the Willard Hotel for a rousing good time in which fellowship and fun was the guiding note. The get-together, which closed the series of evening affairs we have held
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Connecticut
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Mansfield D. Sprague '33
AT THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES' meeting in New York on April 3rd, five of Connecticut's eight secretaries were present. They were: Everett E. Robie '17, Robert W. Naramore '35, Francis T. Fenn Jr. '37, George L. Thomas '34 and
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Article
News from the Associated Schools
Medical School
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Roif C. Syvertsen M'22
An inspection party of four Army officers, in charge of Col. G. Philip Grabfield, has scouted the campus as a preliminary to opening discussions on the possibility of a contract for a unit at the School. The maximum number for
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Article
News from the Associated Schools
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
THAYER SCHOOL'S INTERSESSION which is now under way finds all students enrolled who were in attendance at the end of last semester, with one or two exceptions. Approximately thirty students are enrolled in Thayer School
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1877
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JOHN M. COMSTOCK
Word has come of the death of Mrs. Hattie Ellen (Titus) Gile at her home in Littleton, N. H., on April 26. Those who were able to participate in the most recent reunions of the class had come to know her through her presence
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The class Round-robin has been duplicated and distributed. It did not turn out quite the towering Class Monument or the blazing Beacon-light for later classes that Class Notes envisioned; yet it does disclose fairly well each
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1880
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SAMUEL S. PERRY
. We were glad to attend the Annual Meeting of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association at the University Club of Boston, April 10th. It was a very successful meeting, largely attended by over eighty (80) Secretaries, Class
4719181_19430601_000090.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1885
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
JOHN P. BROOKS
Harry Parker writes that he has sustained a severe injury, but, unfortunately, gives no sufficient particulars, hence the secretary will investigate. Harry announces that his grandson, Henry L. Parker IV, of Chicago, has been
4719181_19430601_000091.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1886
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HENRY W. THURSTON
JAMES W. NEWTON
April 24th was a memorable day for Pete Richmond and family, for on that day Eleanor—on her way to her office—fell and broke her left arm, which has retired her from active service for at least one month. Later—on that day—a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
ALBERT E. HADLOCK
The secretary wishes to disclaim any responsibility for the appearance of his photograph in a recent issue of this magazine. He has begun an investigation, but at this writing has not been able to discover the guilty party.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
There is nothing like a prospective reunion to arouse interest in a class 55 years out, at least, that is what this secretary has found.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
FRANK J. REYNOLDS
Hardy Ferguson, still active as a consulting engineer, occupies offices at 200 Fifth Ave., New York City, where he has been located for many years.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
JAMES B. REYNOLDS
The first presentation of the "Reynolds Cup," donated by Reynolds 'go, was made this year at the New York meeting of the Class Agents in April. I understand it was presented to the Class of 1901, for the best accomplishment of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
A letter from Burbank tells of a series of terrific rains with more than 40 inches and two floods, the second doing serious damage. At the time he was still working to repair the damage. Like many others he faces the serious
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Taking advantage of a business trip which took the writer to the Connecticut Valley, I had nice visits with Gustin at North Amherst and Abbott in Greenfield. Gustin is very happy in his work as minister of the Congregational
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
G. WOODBURY PARKER
Members of the Class will recall George W. Robinson, who was with us during freshman year. His soubriquet was "Flash." He went to Harvard and has done more or less writing. For example, "The Value of History, by Daniel Heinsius,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
WILLIAM F. RICE
I have recently been reading "P. I." Morrison's latest book, American Schools, published by The University of Chicago Press. It is well worth reading and re-reading. I quote what the publishers say about the valedictorian of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
MORTON C. TUTTLE
This month we present the latest photograph of Major William H. Balch, scholar, scientist, soldier, Chevalier de la Orden de Duarte. Billy is at present greatly interested in the new volcano in Mexico.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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H. PHILIP PATEY
CHARLES W. LITTLEFIELD
The secretary called up President Bartlett on his return from his southern trip and asked him if he felt refreshed by his sojourn under sunny skies. Joe replied, "Stop your kidding. You know well that I am always 'fresh.' " I
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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RALPH W. HAWKES
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
Mrs. Luther S. Oakes broke into front page print in Western papers on Feb. 26th, when she christened with champagne, a Naval Auxiliary Ship for the Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Co., at its Evansville, Indiana Shipyard. Mrs.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
A recent issue of the Manchester Union contains an editorial article entitled "Troubadour Goes to War." It speaks of the satisfaction experienced by New Hampshire men in the services upon receipt of that "unique publication,"
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
HARRY B. GILMORE
Tommie Remsen is chairman of the Washington County (N. Y.) Civil Service Commission, and at a recent meeting in Hudson Falls gave a brief history of civil service in the state, reported on the work of the County Commission since
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
A. H. FITZGERALD
Percy Dorr is still successfully carrying on his Investment Security business in Springfield, Mass., and is indeed a real citizen of that city. In fact, he seems to be everything from treasurer of the South Congregational
4719181_19430601_000106.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
MORTON B. FRENCH
On the 25th anniversary of "The American Creed," written by William Tyler Page, Dr. Stanwood Cobb, educator, of Chevy Chase, Md., read the Creed and discussed its origin over Station WMAL, April 3, 1943- The Creed was first
4719181_19430601_000107.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
RALPH E. SEXTON
BILL ROBY, for some time the resident engineer at Fort Peck, Montana, supervising construction for the War Department of a 50,000 H P. water-power plant for copper mine use, has finished that assignment and moved to Omaha,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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WALTER M. MAY
Honors to Walter Rogers of Detroit, Michigan, who has two sons in the armed forces. John, the oldest, is boatswain's mate, 1st class, in the U. S. Coast Guard and has been stationed at Hancock, Michigan, since his enlistment
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NATHANIEL LEVERONE
An article in the Newburyport News states that Prof. Eric Kelly is carrying on an important war-time assignment in Mexico City. He is arranging for the arrival of 1000 Polish refugees from Nazi concentration camps for whom the
4719181_19430601_000110.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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HENRY R. LANE
JOHN R. MCLANE
Presenting Commander Charles A. McKendree MC USNR, until recently, stationed at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and now on duty at the Navy Yard, New York City, as Medical Officer of the Labor Board. Charlie is deeply interested in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
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A. B. ROTCH
ARTHUR L. LEWIS
In mid-May the class treasury had $142.11, according to Wampum-Keeper Ted Barnes, and a lot more than that was owed the ALUMNI MAGAZINE for subscriptions sent to '08 classmates. Everybody in the class has been receiving the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
NORMAN R. CATHARIN
The accompanying picture gives rather graphically the difficulty experienced by one of our classmates, namely, Robert Burns, in attending classes in his freshman year.
4719181_19430601_000113.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
KEN PHILLIPS pens from Omaha to Fletch Burton, "Wish I could see some of you oftener but cannot do so until I go broke and settle down with the other Republicans in Maine" .... Wilk, wife and kiddies will live in Bend, Oregon,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOHN C. STERLING
Colonel "Pat" Patterson has had his wish for foreign service gratified in that he is now somewhere in England. Mrs. Patterson is taking the children and returning to her former home in Statisville, North Carolina.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
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COL. CONRAD E. SNOW
ROSCOE G. GELLER
Boss Geller was elected vice president of the Class Agents Association at its meeting in New York on April 3. James B. Reynolds '90 was re-elected president. This year for the first time regional meetings of class agents,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
JOHN J. REMSEN
Despite heavy losses by death, 1913 must make good on this year's Alumni Fund. With no Reunion on account of the war, each one of us should make a special effort to increase our contributions. Every '13er should be on the list,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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EDWARD LEECH
MARTIN J. REMSEN
We have just heard that the Admissions Office has received several hundred applications for entrance into Dartmouth this coming fall. Think of this well, for it is full of meaning. Several hundred boys and their parents want
4719181_19430601_000118.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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DONALD C. BENNINK
ARTHUR P. WILLIAMS
Things in the news line seemed to pick up a bit this month, perhaps with the advent of Spring, better news from the war fronts and forgiveness (perhaps) of at least some of the socking you got on your 1942 taxes. Even if, at
4719181_19430601_000119.xml
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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
Elsewhere in this issue are given the particulars concerning the sudden death on March 19 at Hartford, Connecticut, of Douglas Morey, who was a member of our class for the years 1912-1914.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
KARL W. KOENIGER
This is the season, and our hearts may be in Hanover, as usual, but the accompanying picture will have to serve as a spring peerade this year. Reminiscent of those blissful days last May, it shows a characteristic group, hard
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
LT. COMDR. LEWIS LEE says in '18s Gallup Poll—"Factually, I wear the pants; figuratively Marion does when she can catch up with me—been up here on the coast toiling with lumber jacks." .... CAPT. BYRON NOONE reports himself still
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
EDWARD E. MARTIN
! ! REMEMBER THE ALUMNI FUND! ! !
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ALBERT W. FREY
About this time of year Eddie Bowen and myself used to start on our annual Commencement trip from Albany to Hanover. After we'd left Rutland the old campus seemed pretty close, and we'd start surmising as to who would be on
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
EDWARD S. PRICE
As last month's blast was going to press, Comdr. Ben Tenney took his pen in hand and airmailed a letter reading as follows:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ROBERT P. BOOTH
GREETINGS TWOTERS: Under a new Army organization of the aircraft warning service, Bob Cate has been made Connecticut State Liaison Officer with supervision over nearly 25,000 airspotters. He has been commissioned a major in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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SHERMAN BALDWIN
JOHN E. MOORE
I face this my last issue of these notes with even more trepidation than I did my first back in September of 1938. My fear then needs no explanation, but this time it is of an altogether different type and comes from a desire to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1924
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A. A. ADAMS JR.
ROBERT C. STRONG
Before more than 1000 Greek war veterans and their families, Cedric Foster, Mutual news commentator, was decorated with the Order of the Memorial Cross by the National Legion of Greek-American War Veterans in a ceremony in the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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PARKER MERROW
H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
As I said last month, while the 25'er is doing such a good job, I am not going to compete, thus saving time and temper on the part of the brethren who otherwise would be bombarded on two sides for news.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
CLARK WEYMOUTH
Thanks to Clyde Hall and his excellent portrayal of wartime Washington, I enjoyed my vacation the last two months. Fact is, I was able to look forward to the notes in those issues and the news they carried. Something like
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Each month brings us more news of classmates who have joined the service, as well as others who have been promoted or transferred to new posts. We will greatly appreciate your keeping us up to date on your own promotions and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
M. CRAWFORD POLLOCK
'28ers all over the world are celebrating our FIFTEENTH in their own cities, but with all the accustomed vigor, over the week-end of June 5 to 7. Every effort has been made to publicize, by letters and in the fortnightly '28
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
WELLINGTON F. BARTO
This is being written some few days beyond the deadline, and if the June issue carries it and my record is thus preserved, all thanks to Sid Hayward for his indulgence and dispensation. Perhaps when the draft catches up to me
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
ALEX J. MCFARLAND
Through Charlie Widmayer's intelligence service we had the news that Frank McLaughlin's nomination as Judge of the United States District Court in Hawaii was recently confirmed by the United States Senate. Soon after came a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
CHARLES A. GRISTEDE
Almost immediately upon our sending the last notes for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE to Hanover, we received the following clipping in regard to the activities of Mort Klein and his recent mission to Paraguay, for the food supply
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
WILLIAM H. MORTON
It is my sad duty to record the fact that Johnny Nutter died on April 29th in New York City. The cause was coronary thrombosis, and Johnny was only thirty-two years old. Frank Eggleston has prepared the obituary notice which
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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JOHN s. MONAGAN
HAROLD MACKEY
Let's keep in mind the fact that General Mackey is fighting a Campaign too. This will be the last nudge from this post. You still have time to get it up before the close of hostilities. We men at home should feel it a duty to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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JOHN W. KNIBBS III
WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN
As we go to press, the North African campaign has turned into a complete rout. By the time you read this, a lot more will have happened, some good, some bad. Dartmouth guys will be mixed up in all of it. There's one fellow I
4719181_19430601_000138.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
CLAUDE T. HUCK
We hear from good source that genial Jerry Spingarn has been commissioned an ensign and shipped back from Washington to Hanover for training. Lucky lad!— Dartmouth in the Spring.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
EDWIN B. BROOKS
41 East 42nd Street, New York City
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
FREDERICK K. CASTLE
The best news this month is that Harry Schultz, who was reported missing, is now reported to be a prisoner of the Germans. .... It is now Major Grant Crane with the Marines somewhere in the Pacific Another Marine Major, Don Otis,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENSIGN ROBERT H. CARSON
This will be short, mostly because I'm flat on my back with some Oriental disease, common to nurses, children, and pregnant women. I can't even pronounce it, much less spell it. Recovery appears imminent, and having suddenly
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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DAVID W. DAVENPORT
JOHN F. ROURKE
More letters than usual came in this past month, and on top of it Scotty sent in a group of letters collected over the last year containing much new information, some old and used news but all interesting and welcome. Scott is a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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LT. DONALD H. STILLMAN
THOMAS E. OAKES
It is a small world—especially in Washington. One day not long ago I was just about to lift my bride and carry her across the threshold of our new home, when I noticed a well-worn grey Ford sporting a flock of Dartmouth
4719181_19430601_000144.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
JOSEPH F. ARICO JR.
My dear classmates, I have been on a real old-fashioned Dartmouth party with Zeke Hill '39 who is one of my infamous roommates now, and although personally I have nothing against an old-fashioned Dartmouth party, it is really
4719181_19430601_000145.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
JOHN A. KOSLOWSKI
This is as good a time as any to welcome into what was described to us when we were in school as "the practical life" all the '43s who graduated last month. From the letters he has received lately, this writer would have no
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
This month comes a letter from another far distant member of the class of '44, Johnny Morse. He wrote from Seattle, but is, by now, probably in Alaska. Quoting from his letter, "Last August Pan-American Airways System sent me
4719181_19430601_000147.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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RALPH G. TYLER JR.
JOHN W. CALLAGHAN
This column might better be called The Voice from the Wilderness, for at this point Hanover is a ghost town in every sense of the word. North Fayerweather, Wheeler, and Streeter are the only dorms open, and chances of meeting
4719181_19430601_000148.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1946
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HAROLD S. BOWMAN
CHARLES T. DUNCAN
For a short while I had great visions of not having to write this column this month. As the deadline for articles in Class News is the tenth of each month, and as I was not able to return to school until the twelfth, I thought I
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"The Iron Major"
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Athlete, coach, soldier, and family man—all these will be combined to make the film biography of Frank W. Cavanaugh '99, known to friends and admirers throughout the country as "Old Cav." Hollywood some time ago decided to
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'18 Approaching Class Fund Objective
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CHAIRMAN OF THE 25th Reunion Gift Committee of the Class of 1918 is Dave Garratt, 195 Broadway, New York City, who reports only a short distance to go in achieving the $15,000 objective for the Class Fund which will be turned over to
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'22 Special Notice!
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Andy Marshall
How carefully did you read the April issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE?
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Liberator
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A recent dispatch from "somewhere in New Guinea" tells of the successful attack by a Liberator bomber on a group of Japanese ships. Navigator of the bomber was Lt. Philip Conti '37, former Dartmouth football star. According to
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Homeward Bound
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American Field Service headquarters has announced that Peter C. T. Glenn '41, a volunteer ambulance driver, who had been a prisoner of war in Italy since July, 1942, has been released and is on his way back to America. A member
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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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