Issue: 19431001

Friday, October 1, 1943
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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THE CONVERSION of the Dartmouth plant, faculty, and curriculum from its normal peacetime routine to a war program is described in this month's feature article, A Lesson in Adaptability, by Professor Herbert F. West, which begins on
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Masthead
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This
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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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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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GILE & COMPANY
GILE & COMPANY
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Liberty Veterans
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COBURN'S
COBURN'S
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MOHAWK ENCRAUINC CO..INC.
MOHAWK ENCRAUINC CO..INC.
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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The PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
The PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
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JAMES CAMPION
JAMES CAMPION
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GILE & COMPANY
GILE & COMPANY
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GULFLUBE MOTOR OIL
GULFLUBE MOTOR OIL
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Streamlined Education
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P. S. M.
PRESIDENT HOPKINS wrote on August 15 in the Sunday Magazine of the NewYork Times a thoughtful article on the future of the American colleges as affected by the stress of war. His conclusion appears to be that it is wise to beware of
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
The Astounding Record
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P. S. M.
PROBABLY MOST OF us affiliated with Dartmouth College are still gasping for breath in our amazement over the success of the Alumni Fund this year. It was pretty commonly assumed, when optimistic forecasters talked of a goal of
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR SIDNEY c. HAYWARD '26, retired editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, for 13 years of superlative editing, for invaluable service to the College as liaison officer with the Navy, and just because he is now in a position to get one
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Bad News for Our Readers
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The Editor
THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE appears this month without the sure touch of its editor of the past thirteen years. Under the mounting pressure of his work as liaison officer between the College and the Navy, Sidney C. Hayward '26
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR JULIUS E. WARREN '10, superintendent of schools in Newton, Mass., named by Governor Saltonstall to be Commissioner of Education for the State of Massachusetts.
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9,10,11,78
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A LESSON IN ADAPTABILITY
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H. F. W.
College and Faculty Equal to Demands of V-12 Program
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11,12
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HOW TO COVER A WAR
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A.J. LIEBLING '24
Foreign Correspondent of New Yorker Tells All
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The Author
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While in Hanover this past month, vacationing and undergoing the rigors of Pat Kaney's physical conditioning classes, Mr. Liebling was persuaded to do a piece for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE on the business of being a war
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12,13,35
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THE GIFTED CROSBYS
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L. B. RICHARDSON '00
Oldest Dorm Bears Name of Famous Hanover Family
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25th REUNION GIFTS
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SIDNEY C. HAYWARD '26
Alumni Council Promotes Important Class Plan
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15,16,17,18
Letters to the Editor
'Round the Girdled Earth
Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces
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LT. GEORGE HANNA 39, LT. GEORGE HANNA'39,who used to snag them so well in left field, wrote me from a camp in Texas and I'll pass some of his letter along.
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Laureled Sons of Dartmouth
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H. F. W.
Men Cited for Heroism and Meritorious Achievement
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19,20,21,22
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Dartmouth War Directory
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[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
NATHANIEL L. GOODRICH, Librarian, has compiled the following list of personal narratives of the war by combatants, non-combatant observers, and reporters. They are arranged geographically, and most titles are followed by a note
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Books
Books
AMERICAN SCHOOLS, A CRITICAL STUDY OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM,
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Louis P. Benezet '99
Henry C. Morrison '95. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1943, pp. 321. $3.00
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Books
Books
NOW IS THE MOMENT,
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John G Gazley
by Harold O. RuggDuell, Sloan and Pearce, 1943, 269 pp.,$2.50.
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Books
Books
FROM THE GROUND UP,
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Herbert F. West '22
by Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain. Scribners, 1943, 197 pages, $2.50.
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Books
SHORT CUT TO TOKYO,
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Herbert F. West '22
by Corey FordScribners, 1943, 141 pages, $1.75
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Books
GOVERNMENT, BUSINESS AND VALUES,
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WILLIAM A. Carter '20
by Beardsley Ruml '15. Harper and Brothers, New York, 52 pp., $1.00.
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Books
GEORGE GASCOIGNE'S A HUNDRETH SUNDRIE FLOWERS
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H.M. Dargan
Prouty '31. University of Missouri, 1942,pp. 305, $2.50.
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Books
RISK, PROFIT AND LOSS,
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Louis O. Foster
by Hastings Lyon '01. Felsberg (New York), 1943. 105 pp.$1.00.
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Books
SOME EARLY AMERICAN WRITING BOOKS AND MASTERS
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Herbert F. West '22
by Ray Nash,Dept. of Printing and Graphic Arts, Harvard College Library, 1943, 25 pages, $1.50.
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Books
Every Man His Own Robinson Crusoe
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by Kenneth P. Emory '20, appears in the June issue of Natural History. This is "A novel program to teach our South Sea fighters how to fare for themselves in time of need by use of ingenious native methods." The article is
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With the D.O.C.
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Tom Dent
MEMBERS ENJOY BUSY SEASON OF CANOEING, FISHING, AND HIKING
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DRESS REVIEW
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THE TOP CIVILIAN LEADERS Of the United States Navy honored Dartmouth's V-12 Unit during August with two visits that gave the Navy and Marine trainees a chance to stage the full-dress reviews depicted in the accompanying
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Com. Bullis Leaves
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COMMANDING OFFICER OF V-12 UNIT GIVEN NEW DUTIES IN WASHINGTON
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News of the College
Editor Resigns
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SIDNEY C. HAYWARD '26, Secretary of the College, brought to a close on September 1 a 13-year period as editor-in-chief of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Under the pressure of his work as Liaison Officer between the Navy and
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News of the College
War Courses Lead
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A MAJOR RESULT of the establishment of the V ia Unit at Dartmouth has been the marked swing to the so-called "war courses" and the enrollment of more than a thousand men each in Naval Organization and Graphics I—the largest
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News of the College
Alumni Council Meeting
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THE PRESIDENT of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, J. William Embree '21 of Chicago, announces that the annual fall meeting will be held in Boston, Friday, November is. The day's program will begin with morning committee meetings
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News of the College
Fraternity Council
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ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES of the Dartmouth fraternity chapters reestablished the Alumni Interfraternity Council, an organization which formerly existed, and elected Prof. Martin L. Lindahl of Sigma Chi chairman, at a meeting held
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28,29
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News of the College
Dartmouth Night
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT this year has been set for Friday evening, November 5. Throughout the world—in Army Camps and Naval Stations—among alumni clubs and associations, and in Hanover, Dartmouth men will gather. Observance of
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News of the College
1947 Class Young
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EXCEPT IN TWO particulars the civilian class of 1947 follows the same general statistical pattern as that set by preceding entering classes. In addition to being the smallest class to enter the College since the turn of the
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News of the College
Exam Sets Record
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THE BIGGEST HOUR examination in Dartmouth's history was staged on the evening of August 24 when nearly 1100 trainees taking the course in Naval Organization (N1) assembled in eleven different halls to put their knowledge down
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News of the College
Events at Hanover
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Oct. 2 Football, U. S. Coast Guard vs. Dartmouth. V-12 Dance, Alumni Gymnasium.
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News of the College
Willkie in Hanover
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WENDELL L. WILLKIE h'41 paid a brief visit to Hanover early in September. His call was purely a social one, upon President Hopkins, and was in no way connected with the College or the V-12 Unit.
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News of the College
22,064 Alumni
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THE MOST RECENT report from the Office of Alumni Records discloses that at the present time there are 22,064 living alumni of Dartmouth College, the oldest of whom is 102 years old. This figure, which includes not only graduates
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News of the College
Stewart Elected Emeritus
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WILLIAM K. STEWART, professor of comparative literature here since 1919 and senior member of all the Dartmouth faculty, has been elected Professor Emeritus, President Hopkins announced recently. Mr. Stewart joined the
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News of the College
Drama Scholarship
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DARTMOUTH WILL offer a $1000 scholarship after the war to a member of the armed forces who is selected as an author of promise in the playwriting contest of the National Theatre Conference.
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News of the College
Dean Takes V-12 Course
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DEAN LLOYD K. NEIDLINGER '23, recently spent ten days at the Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School, Columbia University, New York City, attending an Orientation Course for civilian representatives of the colleges participating in
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News of the College
109 Colleges Represented
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THE ESTABLISHMENT HERE of the Navy V-12 Unit has brought to the Dartmouth campus representatives of 109 colleges in more than a score of states from the east coast to the west.
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News of the College
Roach Joins Faculty
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WALTER ROACH, who came to Dartmouth in June on a temporary summer appointment as Assistant in Play Production, has been elected to the College faculty as Assistant Director of The Players with the rank of Assistant
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News of the College
D.C.A.C. Posts Deficit
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A DEFICIT OF $11,948.49 in its operations for the fiscal year 1942-43 was reported by the Dartmouth College Athletic Council last month. Total income for the year was $130,718.77, a drop of $56,000 from the previous year, but
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News of the College
Five Prizewinners
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FIVE DARTMOUTH MEN will receive a total of $1100 as a result of selections for the Town Prize, the Perkins Prize, and the Haseltine Prize. The awards, which are given annually for exceptional scholarship in particular fields,
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News of the College
Hostess House Opens
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AT A BELATED OPENING in the middle of August, the old Casque & Gauntlet House on the corner came to life as the new Dartmouth Hostess House, designed to provide a place where all members of the undergraduate College—Navy,
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Hero Honored
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The late Ensign Charles.M. Stern Jr. '36, who died at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and was the first Dartmouth man to lose his life in this war, will be honored soon when a destroyer escort vessel bearing his name is
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Financial Report of Dartmouth Athletic Council
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Operating Surplus and Deficit for the Year Ending June 30, 1943
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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George H. Tilton III USNR
Double Role of Dartmouth Undergraduate and Future Fighter, Confusing at First, Now Seems Typical of Day
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The Undergraduate Chair
ONE STUDENT TYPE GONE
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George H. Tilton III USNR
On the war side again, certain military regulations have forced a type of Dartmouth man out of existence. This man was the antithesis of the chubber. He was always in a beer joint or the movie theater or at a bridge table. And
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MILESTONES
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GLEE CLUB: President, Harry L. Roberts '45, USNR, Longmeadow, Mass.; vice president, Hugh R. Morris '45, USMCR, Washington, D. C; secretary, Daniel O'Connor, USNR, Brooklyn, N. Y. SOCCER: Captain of 1943 team, James Pert
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Dick Gilman '45
Dartmouth Launches Gridiron Season with Bright Prospects; V-12 Stars from Other Colleges Provide Unusual Interest
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Varsity Football Roster, 1943
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Last SchoolName Age Wgt. Ht. Attended HomeENDS Douglas, Ted M. (M) 20 190 6.3 Dartmouth Maplewood, N.J. Koslowsky, Robert J. (M) 21 180 6. Boston College Somerville, Mass. Mace, Frank L. (M) 20 188 6.1 Manhattan Norwalk, Conn.
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Fall Schedules
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FOOTBALL
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Faculty Chairmen
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DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRMEN for the ensuing two years named by President Hopkins as follows:
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Quarter Deck Hop
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THE COLLEGE will hold its first undergraduate formal dance in more than a year on October 2 when Navy, Marine, and civilian students gather for the Quarter Deck Hop. The dance, which comes as the climax of a gala football
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Changes of Address
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It is impossible to buy aluminum plates for the addressing machines in the Alumni Records Office of the College. This means that changes of addresses must be reduced to a minimum for the duration. Alumni are asked to notify
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Forgotten Dartmouth Men
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Vox Clamantis in Salt Lake City—
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Class Notes
News from aAlumniClubs
Hawaii
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The Editor
IN THE AUGUST issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE a report was carried in these columns from the Dartmouth Club of Hawaii. The statement was made that "The Dartmouth Club of Hawaii was successfully launched at a luncheon meeting
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News from aAlumniClubs
Eastern Pennsylvania
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Milton G. Schultz '30
YOUR SECRETARY has more news to give you now than he has had in many a moon.
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News from aAlumniClubs
Houston
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T. Paul Maguire '30
THE ELECTION of officers for 1943-1944 was held at a recent dinner party at Pier 21 by the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Houston. H. M. Lull '97 was elected president, and T. P. Maguire '30, secretary and treasurer. Dwight Edson
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News from aAlumniClubs
Chicago
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Robert S. Critchell '33
YOUR REPORTER has been lax in his news items of late—largely because he has been out of the city too frequently. We say too frequently advisedly because trains are better discussed than used these days.
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News from aAlumniClubs
New York City
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James T. White '24
THE .SUMMER OF 1943 has been an extremely active and busy season at the Club. Possibly because of the war we have had more visitors than usual. We have had a great many service men visit the Club while passing through the City,
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News from the Alumni Clubs
College Grads Needed
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HEAVY DEMANDS FOR research workers and teachers are being made upon the Office of Scientific Personnel of the National Research Council, which renders a highly personal service in finding men and women for positions in those
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Miami
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All Dartmouth men in this area are invited to attend the Dartmouth dinners which are held every other Monday at the Wofford Hotel, Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, at 7:00 P.M. The next dinners will be held on October 4,
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Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
AFTER SIX WEEKS of operating the School under the Navy program, it is the general consensus that it is a sound program and will enable us to give our students the education they should have both for participation in war work
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Medical School
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OUR TIGHT little unit of forty eight military medicos, housed respectively in Fort and U.S.S. North Fayerweather, will graduate this month from the College or Medical School on the night of the twenty- third. The vicissitudes
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
Bouton speaks hearty approval o£ the prayer half-hidden on the cover of the August Magazine, and particularly of its being spread in enduring bronze on the doorpost of Dartmouth Hall, like the Passover token on the sidepost
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News from the Classes
1882
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WALTER S. KELLY
Eighty-seven And here I am- A good place to be For over eighty. With no complaints to make.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1885
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
HENRY AUSTIN
Henry Austin, although complaining of the scarcity of his gas ration (one and onehalf gallons per week), nevertheless was able to gather the interesting news item of the engagement of his granddaughter Judith to AS Frederic L.
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News from the Classes
1886
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HENRY W. THURSTON
DR. HENRY O. SMITH
This year, '86 is Class Number One in its percentage (218 per cent) of givers to the alumni fund. This would not have been possible had not some of our classmates, who are no longer with us in the body, been so alive in spirit
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
The Secretary has learned of the serious illness of Classmate Welch, in a letter from Classmate Gage. Welch suffered a shock the first week of July, at his Amesbury home. His brother-in-law, Charles R. Jewell, also of Amesbury,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
Fred A. Walker. We all recall that Fred has for many years (since 1915, to be specific) presented the "Dartmouth Medal" to the pupil in the Rochester High School having the best scholarship record for the year. We learn from the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Frank Reynold's splendid achievement this year as class agent for the Alumni Fund deserves to be recorded here, although already known by members of our class. It is a notable improvement over last year's fine showing and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
Morgan hid away at his New Hampshire rural estate, "Hide-a-way," again this summer. Seems to have recovered all right from a small operation Fred Woods is doing his war-bit by helping out a local florist, who was short of
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News from the Classes
Secretary and Treasurer, 80 Federal St.
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FRANK E. ROWE
Learning that Fred Woodcock had recently visited a doctor, I wrote him at his present year-round address in Ashburnham and I am attaching his reply as it fits in with the rhymes Allison composed in November, 1942, which the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
It is our painful duty to record the loss of another beloved classmate.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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DR. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
This column wishes to express the regret of the class of '94 at the relinquishment by Sid Haywaia of his remarkably successful editorship of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE and to extend its heartiest greetings to Charlie Widmayer, the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
GUESS WHO! The reproduced photograph appearing in this column is the likeness of a matriculate who was enrolled as a '95 man with the rest of us in the fall of 1891. Of course he is well on the hither side of the voting age
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
A. A. Bacon, after spending so many years at the eastern end of the Mediterranean, settled down, as you know, in Amesbury, Mass. But recent advices from him state that he went to St. Petersburg, Fla., in January of this year,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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H. PHILIP PATEY
It is most heartening the way John Eckstorm keeps up his interest in Dartmouth and '98, though unable to attend a reunion or visit Dartmouth.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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RALPH W. HAWKES
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Clarence Joy, who has served as superintending principal of the Proctor, Vt„ schools for seventeen years has resigned. The Rutland Herald carried an article noting the important points of his life, with an exceptionally good
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
For the first time since a limitation on the length of class notes was imposed by the Editor, the secretary finds himself in a position where he does not have enough fodder to fill even that limited space, despite the lapse of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
It is with the deepest regret and personal sorrow that I have to chronicle the death on August 2 of one of our classmates and my friend, Louis J. Fitzpatrick. Louis was always a quiet fellow but of sterling quality, when one
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
Harold M. Morse of East Cleveland, Ohio, has filed credentials and made application for membership with the Grandfathers' Club, that popular and rapidly expanding organization within the class. Emmy Cleo McNelly and Mary
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
The Committee for the Preservation of the Amenities of the Class of 1904 met August 12 at The Metropolitan Club, Washington. Present Wilf Whittemore, chairman, Col. Rosie Hinman, Alf Hastings and Bob Moseley. Luncheon was
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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WALTER M. MAY
M. E. Hennessy, in his column "Roundabout," in the Boston Globe, issue of June 13, has the following interesting statements regarding Judge James C. Donnelly:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Bob Adriance is the author of a high school text book on economics titled Using the Wealth of the World. He also reports that they have a grand-daughter, Nancy Adriance Miles, born March 27th, 1943.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
Ted Richardson has two sons of whom he is justly proud. Capt. Franklin A. Richardson, serving as a pilot in the Air Corps was reported some months ago to be on overseas duty. Franklin entered the Army in June, 1940, received his
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
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A. B. ROTCH
ARTHUR BARNES
We got the story from both Count Donahue and Art Wyman, and their accounts agree perfectly. It seems that Art's son was in an Army camp in Denver, and so was Donahue Jr. And Denver is the Colorado place where Mason Lewis lives.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
"Tubby" Bird is now chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, in addition to his work in the College of Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. "Tubby" was in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
Another summer gone, another fall here, another college year should be starting
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
Here starts another MAGAZINE year, whether it can be called a college year or not. This has been a dry summer in Washington, and little class news has been forthcoming, so either make up your minds to a small column each month
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News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
When a reunion brings romance to members of the class, that is news. As a culmination of the 30th Reunion at Hanover, Lily Biery and Rollie Linscott were married at the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, New York City, on
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News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Might as well start with the present and work backwards. Here at my camp at Ragged Mt., Potter Place, N. H., (fortythree miles from Hanover) I listened to the Bridgeport Brass Family on the air celebrate the fourth Army-Navy E
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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EDWARD LEECH
JOHN F. CONNERS
Hello again! It is September, 1943, and what a change from a year ago. Tonight the radio proclaims the armistice with Italy. Perhaps, maybe, there could be reunions in Hanover next June.
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News from the Classes
1915
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DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
Just at press time, I received the news of the death of Jack Hurlburt in Philadelphia on September 6 as the result of injuries in the appalling railroad wreck of the Congressional Limited near Philadelphia on the holiday. No
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1916
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
PROF. JOHN B. STEARNS
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
Ed Kiley died on August 26, after an operation at the Nassau Hospital, L. I. The class sent flowers for the, funeral, held at Fairchild Chapel in Garden City, on Sunday, August 29. An obituary notice is to be found elsewhere in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
Well, here we are again. It was a good summer for all, we sincerely hope, albeit a busy one. But didn't it go by quickly! There have been a number of good letters and bits of news which it is a pleasure to give you herewith and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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EARNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
Dated August 23, an airmail letter from GEORGE ARNOLD, from the. Middle East: "Gene arrived six weeks ago and is stationed up the Delta. He stayed with me one night. I am attached to the Royal Navy out here. Been here since
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News from the Classes
1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
MAX A. NORTON
We have two letters from the Pacific war area. The first, dated July 23, is from Capt. Byron Long, c/o P.M. San Francisco, Calif.: "Just thought I'd drop you a line to let you know I am way out here at the end of no-place in the
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News from the Classes
1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE ELLIOTT
The 1943 Alumni Fund Campaign ended June go, but final tabulations were not made, so that no comments could be passed in earlier issues. A postcard sent out in July praised the class for its recordbreaking performance—amount of
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News from the Classes
1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
As promised you in August, Ned Price is the heavy contributor to this installment. First, for the Armed Services items: Reg Parks is a captain in the Air Forces and when last reported was at Lowry Field, Denver, Colo.; Paul
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News from the Classes
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
In recent weeks the outstanding results of the 1943 Alumni Fund campaign were announced. The record of 1922 was outstanding and I want to take this opportunity to honor Jack Dodd and his assistant agents for their superb work,
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News from the Classes
1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
A tidy little plan to devote one month's news to service notes and the next month's to civilian items has already gone hywire, with the welcome receipt of more letters from the khaki and blue contingents.
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News from the Classes
1924
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A. A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Congratulations: To Mr. and Mrs. Felix S. Hourdequin married in Washington. He is a lieutenant in the USNR and Marion is a graduate of Trinity College, with a Master's degree from the University of Chicago. She was an employee
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News from the Classes
1925
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER 3RD
Riding into Ashland, N. H., one August day, Pete Kelsey hailed me from across the street. Pete was vacationing at Squam Lake and was in fine shape. He was saving gas by driving around in his sister's luxurious International
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News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
The news that Sid Hayward has relinquished his post as Editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is hard to accept. For years we have thought of the MAGAZINE as Sid and of Sid as the MAGAZINE.
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News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Another summer has caught up with us, has brought new experiences and changed circumstances for many in our class. Gus has done a grand job in recent copies of the Speakeasy in bringing you news of many of our good friends who
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
The following officers have been elected by the '28 Council to serve until the next Hanover reunion or for five years, whichever is shorter: President, Pvt. Paul Kruming AUS; vice president, Vic Hartjens; treasurer, Bruce
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News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
T. TRUXTUN BRITTAN JR.
It's good to be writing this column again for another year, especially fresh from eat, drink, and talk with a couple of our handsomest GI haircuts, Lt. Richard Johnson USNR, and Cap. Christian E. Born USAF. Dick sailed home
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News from the Classes
1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
dear bud i hope you and the boys havent forgotten old andy the typewriting tapeworm i been pounding my head against the keys like mad for three years now but dickerson just throws these gems away these days its a criminal
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
WILLIAM A. GEIGER
This accelerated program of the college gives the Secretary only one impression, and that is that they are publishing an ALUMNI MAGAZINE just about every month of the year. At least it seems to me that every time I turn around
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
FOR WHOM THE WEDDING-BELL TOLLS DEPARTMENT. This department, after a month or two in which one might have suspected that Dan Cupid was in roughly the position of Milton's "Fair Infant Dying of a Cough," is looking up once more,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
We remember it as if it were yesterday. A mild spring morning, clear and sunny. We'd had an eight o'clock. Shortly after nine we sauntered downtown to pick up the morning mail and have a cup of coffee. As we sat at our favorite
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY
It's pretty obvious how serious this manpower situation is, when they have had to dig down deep in the bag and come up with a country boy to handle this column. What's going to make it even worse is that this part of the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
According to the Dartmouth War Record published in the August issue of this MAGAZINE, 256 men from '36 are now wearing the uniforms of their country and 5 men from our class have already given their lives. At this time I would
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
FRANCIS T. FENN, JR.
"Send your slug to Fran for Rug!" is the motto this year. Frann Fenn at Sunset Farm, W. Hartford, Conn., is acting treasurer for Art Ruggles. The slug is $3 and is necessary in order to maintain our 37 organization. Fran is as
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENS. J. CLARKE MATTIMORE
Last month's issue gave you a pretty vivid picture of the number of men we've got in service now. A good percentage of our boys haven't seen any foreign shores yet, and out of those who have, it appears that a far .greater
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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ROBERT C. DICKGIESSER
JAMES M. MATHES, JR.
The following letter has been received from Dr. Harvey B. Sanborn '02:
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News from the Classes
1940
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and Treasurer,DAVID W. DAVENPORT
After a month's vacation from meeting the monthly deadline for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, I find it more interesting than ever to peruse the letters from '40s scattered all over the world, and to try to pick out the information which
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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LT. (jg) VINCENT R. ELSE
PETER M. KEIR
In reading a letter from Lt. (jg) Dick McCornack I was given a fine theme for my future columns. Dick is in the Carribean area and wrote to Don Stillman congratulating him for the fine job he was doing substituting for Bob
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
JOSEPH F. ARICO, JR.
THE SPIRIT OF '42
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
WILLIAM T. MAECK
The second air casualty of the class in two months was Arthur H. Stein Jr. of Albany, N. Y., who was killed on July 23 when his Army training plane crashed near Harvill, Mo. Although many of us today are in locations where
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
In the N. Y. Sun we found this at the head of an article, "Capt. Averill Clark Downs Two Germans." This was in a raid over France. Ave transferred from the RAF to the U. S. Army Air Corps shortly after Pearl Harbor. In February,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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RALPH G. TYLER
JOHN CALLAGHAN
It has been two months since the last ALUMNI MAGAZINE was published, which has allowed enough time for some class mail to come in. Our incoming mail has a sudden spurt right after each newsletter, and then drops off to a very
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Article
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1891 DARTMOUTH '91 BALL TEAM
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Class of Ninety-one in college Sought to gain a wider knowledge, Sought a strong physique to gain, For knowledge without that is vain
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Article
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A Mew Tune
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Werner Janssen '21, world famous conductor, has put away his baton in favor of less aesthetic tools. Werner, who is known as the first native New Yorker ever to conduct the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, is working on the
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Article
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S. A. T. C. Days
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Charles W. Stickney Jr. '21
Everyone in Hanover during the fall of 1918 will remember Major Max Patterson, Infantry, detailed by the War Department to head up the Dartmouth College Unit of the Students Army Training Corps when it took over the
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Article
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Dartmouth Men Only
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Governor R. E. Baldwin of Con- necticut has appointed Carl Lund- gren '2B, Ansonia attorney, to become his executive secretary on September 26. On that date Howard W. Alcorn '23, who is now the Governor's secretary, will
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Article
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Same Old Story
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It takes more than a bomb to upset a Dartmouth man, according to a recent report from the South Pacific. Lt. (jg) Oliver A. Quayle III '42, of Washington, D. C„ had a narrow escape from death when a Japanese bomb landed
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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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BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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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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