Issue: 19431101

Monday, November 1, 1943
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Alumni Register
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THE FEATURE ARTICLE in this issue, WilliamJewett Tucker, by Alexander Laing '25, commemorates the 50th anniversary of the administration of one of the College's foremost leaders. Beginning on page 9, Mr. Laing gives a descriptive
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Masthead
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This Month
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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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C. c. HILLS
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MOHAWK ENCRAUINC CO..INC.
MOHAWK ENCRAUINC CO..INC.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Big Green Scores Again
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Faculty Notes
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Dean Bill was the presiding officer October 15 at a dinner meeting of a Conference on Wartime Recreation called by Governor Blood in Concord, N. H,
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON
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New England Mutual
New England Mutual
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Frost As Student
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Following is a letter which Robert Frost '96 wrote to Harold G. Rugg '06 many years ago in reply to the latter's request for information about the poet's undergraduate days at Dartmouth:
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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Get Winter GULFLUBE GULF OIL
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Games Campion
Games Campion
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Worth Doing Well
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P. S. M.
VARIOUS OUTGIVINGS by prominent educators within recent weeks have indicated a very general agreement among them that what is usually called "streamlined" college education, while it may be necessitated by the exigency of
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
One Way to Build Morale?
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P. S. M.
MOST OF US IN THESE DAYS have at least this much in common with Shakespeare—small Latin and less Greek. "E pluribus unum" is the limit for many a man who boasts an A.8., and possibly a Phi Bete key in addition. Hence it may be
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Anniversary Of A Rebirth
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C. E. W.
SELDOM IN A HISTORY of any sort can a pinpoint of time be designated as the exact beginning of a new era or period of development. In the growth of Dartmouth College, however, the date June 28, 1893 can be claimed as such a precise
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A WAH-HOO-WAH!
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FOR NELSON LEE SMITH '21, named by President Roosevelt to be a member of the Federal Power Commission.
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An Explanation
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ON SOME MATERIALS, such as paper, the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is now operating on a month-to-month basis, and although every effort will be made by the staff to come up to the established publication schedule, the forbearance of our
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9,10,11,12
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WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER
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ALEXANDER LAING '25
Dartmouth Humanist and Prophet of Our Opportunity
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With the D.O.C.
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T. J. Dent.
WINTER SPORTS PLANS UNDER WAY; BRUMSTED '46 ELECTED PRESIDENT
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Anchor Man
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A. P.
RICHARD S. DANFORTH'S INVENTION IS FAMOUS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
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ROBERT FROST RETURNS
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CHARLES G. BOLTE '41
Poet Welcomed Back to Dartmouth as Ticknor Fellow
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Lettter from the Editor
'Round the Girdled Earth
Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces
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AIR CADET ARTHUR H. STEIN JR.'43 was killed last July in an air accident in Missouri. Art was a great fisherman and trapper but he was also something of a poet, and I want to publish thisone short poem of his at this time.
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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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Dartmouth War Directory
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[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]
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Books
Books
GENERAL EDUCATION IN THE PROGRESSIVE COLLEGE,
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Irving E. Bender.
by Louis T. Benezet'36. Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1943, pp. VI +190. $2.35.
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Books
Books
DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT IN THE UNITED STATES,
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Herman Feldman.
by Hastings Lyon '01. New York, John Felsberg, Inc., 1943. PP. 135- $1.75.
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Faculty
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The Summer issue of the Virginia Quarterly contains an article by Professor Stearns Morse entitled The Wholeness of Robert Frost.
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
IT HAS BEEN some little time since I have written a "browsing" column, but here are a few books I have enjoyed with brief notes about them.
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News of the College
Commanding Officer
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CAPTAIN DAMON E. CUMMINGS, USN arrived in Hanover on October 4 to assume command of the Dartmouth V-12 Unit. A Naval officer of some 36 years' experience, Captain Cummings came here from the Naval Operating Base in Newport,
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News of the College
V-12 Glass Finishes
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WORK IN THE V-12 program came to a close on October 23 for 317 Dartmouth trainees. This class, made up of 178 Marines and 139 Apprentice Seamen, was the first to finish the course since the Dartmouth Navy V-12 Unit was
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News of the College
Alumni Council Program
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J. WILLIAM EMBREE '21, president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, has announced plans for the annual fall meeting to be held at the University Club, Boston, November 1-2. Carl A. Gray '23 of Plainville, Conn., author of the
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News of the College
Winter Calendar
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THE ACADEMIC BOARD has announced that the civilian College and the V-12 Unit will observe no holidays during the Winter Term other than the four-day recess over the Christmas weekend. Opening day of classes for the next
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News of the College
Sing Out
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MEETING in the Trophy Room of the Gymnasium on Monday, October 11, members of the civilian College held their last gathering of the term at Sing Out, traditional farewell for outgoing students. President Hopkins, presiding at
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News of the College
Faculty Appointments
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BEGINNING WITH THE Winter Term the Dartmouth faculty will have the services of seven new men in the departments of graphics, physics, and chemistry and at the Thayer School, it has been announced.
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News of the College
Medics Graduate
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THE 147 TH COMMENCEMENT of the Dartmouth Medical School took place on Saturday, October 23, when 25 students received two-year diplomas and 23 first-year men received their A.B. degrees from the College. The informal
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News of the College
V-12 Rules Changed
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ON THE BASIS of two months' experience, and after consultation with faculty, administrative and staff officers, several changes in the original regulations governing the Dartmouth V-12 Unit were made recently.
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News of the College
Dartmouth Night
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THE 48TH ANNUAL observance of Dartmouth Night will be held on November 5. At that time Dartmouth men in all parts of the world will hold informal gatherings in symbolic renewal of ties with the College. Here in Hanover, all
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News of the College
Frost Exhibition
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WITH THE ARRIVAL of the unique copy of Twilight and other rarities from the great Earle Bernheimer collection, Baker Library last month presented Fifty Years of Robert Frost, the most complete exhibition ever held in honor of
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News of the College
Mayo Lecturer
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THE FIRST public lecture under the W. J. and C. H. Mayo Memorial Lectureship will be presented by Captain Winchell McKendree Craig MC USNR in 105 Dartmouth Hall on Thursday, November 4. Captain Craig, who is Chief of
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News of the College
V-12 War Bond Sales
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OF A TOTAL OF 1954 trainees, 1628, or 83.3 per cent of the Unit, have made War Bond allotments, the results of the campaign for this station show. This total represents $17,587.50 a month, and is the equivalent of 938 Bonds of
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News of the College
Physical Improvement
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LAST MONTH THE Class of 1947 demonstrated that improvement in physical abilities is not only possible but to be expected, as it wound up its 12-week program in Physical Education by taking the physical ability test for the
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News of the College
Trustee Meeting
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THE FALL MEETING of the Board of Trustees will be held in Boston November 12. President Hopkins announces a joint luncheon with the Alumni Council at the University Club where the Council will meet for its annual fall session.
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News of the College
25th Reunion Gifts
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ANNOUNCEMENT BY E. E. Martin '19. . chairman of the Alumni Council Committee on Class Gifts, reveals many classes conducting campaigns this fall to promote their plans for substantial gifts at their 25th reunions. For example,
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News of the College
Gift to Museum
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A VALUABLE COLLECTION of mounted specimens of the flora of the Woodstock, Vermont, area has been presented to the College Museum. The gift, which includes over 1000 entries, most of which have added color notes, was made by Miss
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News of the College
"Dartmouth-in-Portrait"
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JOHN W. LITTLE '45 has been named Editor-Manager of "Dartmouth-in-Portrait," photographic Dartmouth calendar, it was announced recently by Albert I. Dickerson, director of Dartmouth College Publications.
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News of the College
Ticknor Print
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THE BEST KNOWN and second oldest of the early prints of the College—a "delineation" by the 11-year-old sophomore George Ticknor, 1807—is being reproduced exactly by hand-colored collotype and will soon be published jointly by
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Events at Hanover
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Nov. 5 Winter Term begins. Dartmouth Night. 6 Football, Columbia vs. Dartmouth. The Players, "George Washington Slept Here," Webster Hall. 13 College Concert Series, "Faust," Metropolitan Opera Association, Webster
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Visitor of the Month
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Members of the College and the community received a first-hand account of the fighting around El Alamein, Montgomery vs. Rommel, when Lt. Charles G. Bolte '41, on leave from the British Army, delivered a public lecture in
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A. B., 1944
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Times have changed! Commencement at Dartmouth used to mean blackgowned seniors marching to the Bema, words of sage advice by. famous speakers, tears and felicitations from fond parents and friends, noisy farewells to
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The Undergraduate Chair
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Student Editor, Ending V-12 Course and Dartmouth Days, Asks Some Trenchant Questions About College Education
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A Tribute
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BRIG. GEN. FULLER '15 EXPLAINS WHAT DARTMOUTH MEANS TO HIM
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Dick Gilman '45
Football Team Halts for Exams, One Point Shy of a Clean Record and with Growing Stature Among Eastern Elevens
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FIELD GOAL WINS OPENER
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Dick Gilman '45
It was reserve halfback Tom Donavan's 17-yard field goal in the closing minutes of the Holy Cross game which gave the Big Green eleven a slim 3-0 victory in the season's opener this fall. For 58 minutes a rusty Dartmouth team
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Princeton Broadcast
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The Dartmouth-Princeton football game on November 20 will be broadcast over the Mutual network and will be carried by the following stations: WOR New York (710), WGR Buffalo (550), WNBF Binghamton (1290), WBRK Pittsfield
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PENN WAS FAVORITE
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Dick Gilman '45
On the following Saturday the Big Green eleven traveled to Philadelphia to face a highly favored Pennsylvania squad. Although they outplayed, outpassed, and outran the Quakers, the Indians were the victims of bad breaks and
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GREEN WINS STATISTICS
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Dick Gilman '45
In the statistics department Dartmouth was away out in front with fourteen first downs to five for Pennsylvania. The Indians gained 158 yards on running plays to 155 for Penn, and rolled up 145 yards in the air as against only
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PREPARING FOR BASKETBALL
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Dick Gilman '45
Although the football season is not yet half completed, candidates are already working out for the Big Green basketball team which will open an abbreviated court schedule early in December. Because Earl Brown, who is coaching
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"Dartmouth Drop"
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There can be no doubt that Dartmouth's fame as a leader in the field of physical fitness has spread from coast to coast. A recent report discloses that the Naval Personnel Center at Pleasanton, California, includes in its PT
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Freshman Athletics
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Participation in all extra-curriculum activities except intercollegiate athletics is now permitted V-12 freshmen at Dartmouth, under a liberalization of regulations announced early in October by Major John Howland, USMCR, then
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November Schedule
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FOOTBALL
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Last Month's Results
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Football—Sept. 26, Dartmouth 3, Holy Cross 0; Oct. 2, Dartmouth 47, Coast Guard Academy 0; Oct. 9, Pennsylvania 7, Dartmouth 6.
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Class Notes
News from AlumniClubs
Australia
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Lewid B. Sebring JR.,
THE FIRST American college alumni meeting held by American service men in Australia took place tonight in an eastern Australian city when fifteen Dartmouth College graduates and undergraduates, who had enlisted before their
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News from AlumniClubs
Chicago
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Robert S. Critchell '33.
OUR REPORTERS for news of Service men from the Chicago area are still on a
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News from AlumniClubs
Baltimore
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Harold R. Hastings 'OO.
THOUGH OUR address-list for this part of Maryland is as long as ever (more than a hundred names) many of the men are actually away in the military or other Government services, others working on night shifts or otherwise
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News from AlumniClubs
"S----- Islands"
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Capt. Herbert D.Harries '38
You WILL find it hard to believe that I recently attended a meeting of the Dartmouth Club of the "S . . . . Islands," but I did. Present were just seven of us: one general (Brigadier USA); one lieutenant colonel USA; one
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News from AlumniClubs
Detroit
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Robert W. Brown '29.
FROM THE point of view of club activities, a comparatively quiet summer has passed. The annual golf outing was held at the Lakeshore Country Club in Canada, much to the pleasure and enjoyment of those who attended.
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News from AlumniClubs
New York City
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James T. White '34
BIOGRAPHICAL DATA follows on M. G. Rollins '11 and John Camph '31, who were recently named to the Board of Governors to take the place of C. J. Boyle '01 who is confined to his home, and J. R. Warwick '31, who is now in
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News from AlumniClubs
Cleveland
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R. C. Palmer '34
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Cleveland, having resumed the regular Saturday luncheons at the Mid-Day Club, properly launched the 1943-44 season with the election of officers for the coming year at the meeting of October 3. After the
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Liaison Officers
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The Dartmouth Club of Western Pennsylvania announces that the following men will serve as liaison officers in Pittsburgh: R. W. Husband '26, business telephone, ATlantic 5100, extension 2847—home, EVerglade 7153; W. H.
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News from the Associated Schools
Tuck School
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A. W. F., G. W. W.
THE TUCK SCHOOL has just completed the first term under the Naval V-12 program. With the exception of eight or nine civilian students who were completing their work prior to entrance into the Armed Forces, the student body was
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News from the Associated Schools
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29.
BY THE TIME this reaches you, we shall be starting on the second lap of the V-12 program. At this writing, we are finishing up the first term. The roll call has been reduced by two during the term. One Navy trainee has been
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News from the Associated Schools
Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen'18.
WAR SPEEDS UP even such usually imperturbable and dignified epoch punctuators as commencements. Our second graduation in 1943, on October 23, became the one hundred and forty-seventh for the School. Twenty-three seniors of
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News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
We are starting our sixty-fifth year out of college with the same six survivors as a year ago, but a year older. Doubtless we all—like "The One Hoss Shay" are feeling and looking queer, but our queer- nesses are not painful,
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News from the Classes
1885
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN A. BAYLEY
HENRY AUSTIN
Henry Austin, our faithful class treasurer and our only genuine dirt farmer, reports that he has begun his fall plowing in preparation for his next year's crops. He has the advantage of most of us as he produces his family
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1886
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM P. KELLY
DR. HENRY O. SMITH
Mrs. Henry W. Thurston, née Charlotte E. Skinner, died at her home in Montclair, N. J., on September 30. She was born in Lee, Mass., graduated from Lake Forest (Ill.) College, class of 1881. She and Henry taught in the same
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News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
We all share in the sorrow following the death of Fred Leslie Wentworth at Paterson, N. J., October 2. "Bill," (as he was affectionately known to all of us) won signal honors in his chosen profession, and left many monuments
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News from the Classes
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
John Lew Clark reports that among his blessings two more of the grandsons of George Hardy have arrived in Exeter. As an educational problem we can but wonder at the magnetic power of Exeter. Is it Exeter Academy where the
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News from the Classes
1889
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[no value]
RALPH S. BARTLETT
Clarence Moulton, though partially retired from business responsibilities, has recently been largely instrumental in bringing to a most successful conclusion an extremely difficult financial problem entrusted for settlement to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1890
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES A. HARDY
Following up his letter of last spring, Forrester Macdonald and wife called on us last month. He is now quite well, after a long illness, and his wife is very well also. Mac is retired and living again at Hyde Park. We all drove
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1891
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
The news of our class is the recording of the passing away in September of two classmates, John Abbott and Carson Alijoh Smith. In In Memoriam will be found sketches of both of these loyal classmates.
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News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Letters from McKay say he plans to be at Dartmouth-Yale football game, New Haven, Oct. 30. Perhaps he will come on to Boston Nov. 12 to attend the Alumni Council meeting on that date. If he does he will surely go to the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Announcement can now be made that the Matt Jones fall round-up of the class of '94 will be held on November 12 (the eve of the Cornell Game) at the University Club, 40 Trinity Place, Boston. This is a time when every member of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
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[no value]
[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
I have welcome news from Mrs. Rumery. She writes that, "for the first time in five months, Howard went downstairs today and out to look at his garden. It was an event, I can tell you. Most of those five months he has been
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
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[no value]
[no value]
WELD A. ROLLINS
Gibson and Mrs. Gibson spent the summer in Evanston. A competent observer reports Gib as looking as trim as Cigaret McCarty.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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[no value]
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H. PHILIP PATEY
The secretary and Mrs. Patey returned from Wellfleet, Mass., after a delightful period of rest and change on September 30.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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[no value]
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RALPH W. HAWKES
EDWARD R. SKINNER
The family circle has again been broken by death, this time taking the wife of Tim Lynch. "Detta" attended our tenth reunion and most of the reunions since. She had been in poor health for several months. The funeral on
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Henry Salomons' death is a loss to the class and the college, but is really a release from a long and incapacitating illness. He will be missed at reunions and class gatherings, for he was a most regular attendant. For one who
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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[no value]
DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
"Art" Ruggles has for many years been Superintendent of the Butler Hospital at Providence, R. I. This hospital is devoted largely to the treatment of psychiatric cases and Dr. Arthur H. Ruggles has become, indeed, one of the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
As a prize-winning correspondent with his class secretary, Billy Grant, of Denver, is the secretary's dream. Not only does he reply promptly, but he will remain after hours in his office to write in longhand or pound out with
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID s. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
Well, fellows, we've got a new boss on the paper now, and you know how it always is, the reporters are thinking this and that, if they think at all, and wondering whether their jobs will last much longer; special editors and
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News from the Classes
1905
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WALTER M. MAY
The class felicitates the parents, John Richardson class of '41 and Mrs. Richardson, and the grandparents, Ed and Mrs. Richardson, on the birth of John Godfrey Richardson on Monday, October 4, 1943,. at Richardson House, Boston.
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
The leading citizens of Chicago recently tendered a dinner to Nat Leverone, as a testimonial to his remarkable accomplishments as salvage director of the State of Illinois.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
In September, 1903, the class of 1907 took its humble place in the Dartmouth procession. In this year of 1943 one son of 1907 is enrolled in the summer-term entering class of 1947. His name is Dick Perkins, and his father is
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News from the Classes
1908
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A. B. ROTCH
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
Capt. Harry Lyon, the old Richardson Haller who gained wide fame by navigating Kingsford-Smith's airplane Southern Cross from California to Australia many years ago, is now in charge of a Liberty ship and doing convoy duty. He left
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
Lt. Chester Brett Jr. is just home for a twenty-five day leave from his duties in the South Pacific. He must have seen some action because I noticed five battle stars on his uniform. He told me that they had an interesting
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
1910 IN CHINA .... As everyone knew, Harold Robinson would not be happy until he landed back in China to do his bit in restoration work .... and in going back he traveled 35,000 miles, saw 4 continents, saw a lot of the world
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
The sad news that Roger Emerson, Chuck Emerson's youngest son, was reported killed in action August 16 in the North American area has been received. Although only nineteen years old, Roger, who had been one of the junior
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
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COL. CONRAD E. SNOW
LT. COL. RICHARD C. PLUMER
Doc O'Connor recently returned from a two weeks' trip to the Pacific Coast made in connection with the affairs of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. In Los Angeles he gathered Nipper Knapp, Brian Robie, Ole
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Last March when the secretary mailed a class letter to everyone, one went to S. Pinkney Tuck, care of Consular Bureau, Department of State, in Washington. It went evidently to Vichy, and is now back marked: "Addressee is in
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News from the Classes
1914
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EDWARD LEECH
DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
JOHN F. CONNERS
Congratulations to Maj. Horace L. Borden for his new rank recently received in the Army Air Corps. His postcard indicates that he is stationed somewhere near the Mexican border, that his son has received his wings, and that the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
The smell of football is in the air with these crisp, fall days in the East, but somehow it doesn't seem quite the same as usual, and football teams this year are so scrambled that you wonder just what team you are watching.
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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
Parker Hayden deserves far greater recognition for his fine work on the Alumni Fund than the present limitations permit us to accord to him. The splendid total which Parker produced this year was a 20 per cent increase over
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
Another good '17er and old Navy man has appeared in the Armed Forces in the person of Lt. (j.g.) Charlie Dixon, late of Rochester, N. H., and now stationed at Villa Deste Hotel, Miami, Fla. Charlie sent no details about himself,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
Comdr. Al. Rice in charge of Prep schools at Colgate and R.P.I., as well as the W.T.S. schools at Cornell. Union College, etc., hopes to recharge his batteries after months of terrific strain by going hunting for ten days this fall.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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WINDSOR G. BATCHELDER
MAX A. NORTON
We have a message for you from Spider Martin, fresh from a visit to the College on the Hill: "I have just returned from a vacation of one week spent in Hanover. While the time was short, I never have had a vacation which I
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
Unfortunately little news has trickled through for this issue. The answer is obvious—everyone is so darned busy with their regular work plus other outside activities that an extra letter seems out of the question. I'll
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Here is Ed Luedke's V-Mail letter, the first one to be received by this department:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
It has been a long time since we have had some real news from our Western Frontier and so Howie Almon was asked to contact the Two-ters living along the West Coast to find out what they were doing and with the suggestion that
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
The cliff-dwelling contingent of the class uncorked the '43-'44 season on the thirteenth of last month with another of the Dutch Treat evenings initiated last year. Held at the Dartmouth Club in New York, these informal,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1924
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Penny Haile gave a lecture at the Scarsdale Woman's Club on international affairs. Charlie and Bunny Holbrook spent a vacation at Shelburne, N. H., resting and recovering from illness. Their son expects to be ready for Hanover
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER 3RD
Ken Montgomery has received a promotion and now has the rank of major.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
Well, the biggest news of the month as far as this correspondent is concerned is the arrival on September 28 of Robert Edward Cleary Jr. Today, as I write these notes, he and his mother came home from the hospital, bringing
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
This will undoubtedly be the craziest, if not the stupidest, column we have to date perpetrated in sixteen long years of column writing. Some of you hardened benedicts can probably hark back to the week before you were married
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
Each of the twenty-eight members of our class known to be overseas has been sent a little Christmas remembrance (a carton of cigarettes) by the class. After you've read the names below, please write me if you note any omissions
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
T. TRUXTON BRITTAN JR.
One of our favorite—and best—contributors to the class notes called the other evening with news of her son, Lt. Edward F. Coggswell, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco: he has been in New Caledonia for twenty-one months now, was
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
With deep regret we report the death of Phil Waterman, in Chicago, September 8 last. Please see the In Memoriam section for a further account of his untimely passing.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
WILLIAM A. GEIGER
The secretary has been spending considerable time of late in the good city of Philadelphia, where it almost seems that every third or fourth person on the street is in the Army or the Navy. I've never seen as many men in the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
REPORT ON HANOVER: Your correspondent, having sneaked away with a bone in his teeth, from the gentle, rolling vales of New Jersey, is responsibly writing this batch of class notes on location, so to speak, and by that is really
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
As the snows and bitter cold of another Hanover winter approach, your correspondent can report that he has acquired several patches of choice items to add to his collection of gray hairs. Reason: a severe case of dead-line
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY
Far be it from me to plug any product or service in these columns, but something of such unusual interest has been brought to my attention that I must give it some notice. David F. Chapman has written A Challenge to Youth, which is
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
BOBB CHANEY
There isn't a great deal on the docket this month, but we'll bite right into what we have and hope for an avalanche before very long.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
The mail bag has been particularly heavy this month as a result of the return postcards that were sent out with the bills for dues, and so without any rambling around, let's get down to some news-casting until space allotment
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
FRANCIS T. FENN, JR.
Fran Fenn reports that the early rush in response to his "SEND YOUR SLUG TO FRAN FOR RUG" campaign has dwindled, and that there is still more response needed in order to meet current obligations including the group subscription
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENS. J. CLARKE MATTIMORE
By the time you get this, your correspondent will be a married man, so for the present forget any lapses of memory. The only objection I have to any of you getting married is that it seems to bring with it a subsequent
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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[no value]
ROBERT C. DICKGIESSER
JAMES M. MATHES JR.
HERE AND THERE
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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DAVID W. DAVENPORT
This past month was an active one as far as receiving news from our classmates is concerned. Several of the letters recounted quite vividly some of the more recent engagements which we in the States have only read about in the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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LT. (jg) VINCENT R. ELSE
PETER M. KEIR
In preparing this month's issue I had flashes of my days back in the "Factory" (Tuck School) for I spent a little time this month figuring out a few statistics on our class in general insofar as the military status is concerned.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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PROCTOR H. PAGE JR.
JOSEPH F. ARICO JR.
I was hoping to take this lovely Saturday noon in Philly and get a look at the current edition of Dartmouth football, but it was no go, and to top it all off, I can't get the game on the air. I sure do lead a tough life. I hope
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
WILLIAM T. MAECK
Lt. Walt Anderson, Marine fighter pilot, was killed in action in the South Pacific. He was varsity quarterback on the '42 football team. He is the second '43 member of that team to lose his life in the service. Like the late Rem Crego, he left the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
Gus Pratt writes this month to tell of the contingent of '44's at Parris Island. They are split up among three platoons, but are still pretty much together. Gus lists, among the group, Joe Dryer, Penn Frost, Al Barrett, Wes
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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A. S. RALPH G. TYLER USNR
JOHN CALLAGHAN
Very little mail has come, and consequently there is no news this month. Instead, here are a few lines which must bring back some cherished memories.
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Article
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Fish Story
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DON STILLMAN
The other day Jack Russell was seated in front of the big fireplace in his base camp at Porters Cover on the southwest Miramichi River in New Brunswick when he was startled by excited shouting on the river directly in front
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Article
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Overseas Movies
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Soldiers overseas do not like war or propaganda pictures, according to a recent report by Major John W. Hubbell '21, officer in charge of the motion picture section, Special Services Division of the U. S. Army. Musical and
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Article
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Laughs Save Lives
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For some time the Army has been laboring in vain to make its soldiers realize the dangers of malaria and the necessary means of prevention. After a deluge of formal technical field manuals had failed to accomplish their
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Article
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Troupers
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[no value]
[no value]
Osmun Skinner '28
An Associated Press dispatch from the Solomons in September told of a five-man musical revue which covered a 200-mile circuit, winning the applause of soldiers, sailors and marines in 24 matinee performances at three vital
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Article
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"Clay Pigeon"
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"Fighting filthiest of flying weather, often flying uncharted courses to outwit the Japs, frequently overloaded and forced to make the trips without the usual mechanical attention between jaunts, Marines flying transport planes
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Article
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1944 AEGIS
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The 1944 edition of the AEGIS is now in preparation, under the editorship of Tom Beaumont '45, USNR, and is scheduled to appear this winter—possibly in December but more likely in early January. It will cover Dartmouth life
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Article
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Old Charts See Use
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ENS. PAUL TWITCHELL, USNR.
WITH THE CREATION at Dartmouth College of a separate department of geography, the interest in Baker Library's collection of maps and their use by students has increased.
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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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advertisement
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Display Ads
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The PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
The PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
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Dartmouth Services for Dartmouth Men in Service
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For information about Dartmouth men and activities in the following areas contact the liaison officers listed.
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