Issue: 19440201

Tuesday, February 1, 1944
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THE HANOVER INN
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BILL CUNNINGHAM '19 has written this month's lead article, a salute to the Women of Dartmouth, starting on page 9. Bill, whose journalistic accomplishments are known to all our alumni readers, has coined the alliterative term,
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Masthead
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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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MOHAWK ENCRAUINC CO..INC.
MOHAWK ENCRAUINC CO..INC.
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New England Mutual
New England Mutual
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Keeping Touch
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PHILCO CORPORATION
PHILCO CORPORATION
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GULFLEXED
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
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GENERAL ELECTRIC 952-600C1-211
GENERAL ELECTRIC 952-600C1-211
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Gradus ad Quod?
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P. S. M.
THE CUSTOM HAS ESTABLISHED itself of calling this department of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE "Gradus ad Parnassum." Is this always to be appropriate? Some, no doubt, will insist that it isn't appropriate even now; but it would be
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
History Again
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P. S. M.
Recurring for the moment to the movement for increasing the amount of American history to be taught in the colleges, one must bear in mind that, while the curricula of many secondary schools do not offer enough of that subject,
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A WAH HOO WAH!
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FOR WILLIAM c. HILL '02, elected editor of publications and historian of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston.
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A Living Tribute
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Paul R. Jenks '94.
SCHOOL HONORS MEMORY OF TWO MEN KILLED HERE IN 1934 TRAGEDY
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Saving Paper
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A further 10 per cent cut in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE'S paper quota for 1944 has became effective with this issue, and our readers will probably notice the somewhat reduced size this month. Starting.with the March issue, the
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Green Squadron
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A REPORT ON COLLEGE UNIT WHICH ENTERED ARMY AIR CORPS YEAR AGO
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9,10,11,12
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WOMEN OF DARTMOUTH
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BILL CUNNINGHAM '19
Distaff Division, Always Loyal, Steps to Fore in War
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
MR. HENRY MILLER has once before been guest columnist. At this time, believing it will interest the readers of this column, I want to print a most interesting statement by Miller concerning genius and Thomas Wolfe. His remarks
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13,14,15
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THE POSTWAR MAJOR
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Harold E: B. Speight h'28,
Former Dartmouth Teacher Suggests New Approach
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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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BUTTERFIELD HALL
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON 'OO
Newest Dorm Bears Name of a Dartmouth Graduate of 1839
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With the D.O.C.
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Tom Dent.
SKI TEAM PACES WINTER PROGRAM; TRAINEES TAKE TO HANOVER SLOPES
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Lettter from the Editor
'Round the Girdled Earth
Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces
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NOTE: The Department of Art at DartmouthCollege is interested in getting thenames of men who have done somesketching or painting while in the servicefor a show of war paintings and drawingsafter the war. Will any men whoread this column and are
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Robert B. Hodes '45, USNR
Oak Hill, Complete With Ski Tow and Plenty of Snow, Helps V-12 Trainees Forget the Rigors of "Flu" and "the Watch"
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The Undergraduate Chair
WATCHMAN, WHAT OF THE NIGHT?
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Robert B. Hodes '45, USNR
This story is told with quite a number of variations, but they all end up with a trainee writing home to the folks that he was "writing this while standing watch,' and receiving in answer the query, "Watching what?" The
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Night Raid
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LT. (jg) EDWARD P. STAFFORD '42, USNR
A billion stars pinned high the night's vast tent; The windless sea lay mirror-like beneath; From West to East the sullen coast line bent, Deformed and black, baring its rocky teeth.
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News of the College
Professor of Religion
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ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT additions to the Dartmouth faculty in recent years was made in early January when President Hopkins announced the election of Dr. Earl Cranston '16 of Redlands, Calif., as Phillips Professor of
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News of the College
No V-12 Decrease
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DARTMOUTH'S V-12 UNIT for the next term, starting March 1, will probably be just as large as the unit of 1,832 men which started the present Winter Term, President Hopkins disclosed last month when interviewed by the Dartmouth
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News of the College
Moore Lectures
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DARTMOUTH'S 24111 annual lecture series on the Guernsey Center Moore Foundation took the form of a three-day symposium, January 7, 8 and 9, oh "Re-assessing the Functions of the Liberal Arts College." Guest speakers at three
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News of the College
Service Record
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THE 7,59s DARTMOUTH MEN now serving in the armed forces represent better than one-third of the College's 21,000 living alumni. The Alumni Records Office, which comes close to keeping tabs on every single one of these, reports
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News of the College
Alumni Dinners
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS will be the guest of honor and principal speaker at the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston at the Copley Plaza on the evening of February 3. Dr. Wing-tsit Chan, Professor of Chinese
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News of the College
Alumni Council Elections
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ANNUAL SPRING ELECTIONS of members of 1. the Alumni Council whose terms expire June 30 are announced by the Secretary of the College, Sidney C. Hayward '26. Certain positions on the Council will become vacant and in some
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News of the College
Liberty Ships
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Two MORE LIBERTY SHIPS recently launched have been named after Dartmouth men. The George Thorndikc Angell was launched in the Atlantic and the Moses Gerrish Farmer in the Pacific.
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News of the College
Mr. Allen Dies
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EDWARD M. ALLEN, founder and proprietor of Allen's Drug Store, well-known meeting spot of thousands of Dartmouth men, died on January 3, 1944, at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. For 40 years the Allen Drug Company has
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Pres. Hopkins to Make Fund Statement
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THE UNPRECEDENTEDLY EARLY start of the Alumni Fund campaign in February last year, necessitated by the world-wide dispersal of Dartmouth men, will be duplicated this month when a message from President Hopkins on the state of
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Crash Landing
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Focke-Wulfs can't scare him, and no amount of plane damage can down Lt. William K. Thomas '38, who has made four crash landings in England, in planes that have been so wrecked by enemy fire that they were usable only as
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Dartmouth's Friend
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H. F. W.
FATHER SLINEY OBSERVES HIS 25TH ANNIVERSARY AS PASTOR IN HANOVER
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Books
Books
AIRPLANES AND HOW THEY FLY,
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Herbert F. West '22.
byMarshall McGlintock '26. Frederick A. StokesCompany, 1943, $2. 94 pages.
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Faculty Authors
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The Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital celebrated its fiftieth anniversary, recently, by the publication of a history of its accomplishments, Fifty Years of Service, by Professor Leon Burr Richardson, one of its Trustees. It is
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Dick Gilman '45.
Dartmouth Athletes Continue Superlative Winter Season, Winning All 16 Contests in Four Sports in Past Month
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HOCKEY STREAK UNBROKEN
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Dick Gilman '45.
Under Coach Charles "Hafey" Arthur the Big Green hockey sextet has extended its undefeated streak to 39 consecutive games with wins over Colgate, Williams, and Army. Leading this season's sextet is the fast first line of Bruce
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WRESTLING TEAM STRONG
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Dick Gilman '45.
The Big Green wrestling team has registered two easy wins over Colgate, and also turned back Tufts in their three meets to date this season. At the conclusion of their seven-match schedule the matmen will probably compete in
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Bulletin
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We are stopping the presses this month to print the last minute news that Dartmouth and Notre Dame will meet in football in 1944 and 1945, the first game to be played at Boston on October 14 and the 1945 game at South Bend
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TRACK TEAM EASY WINNER
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Dick Gilman '45.
Coach Harry Hillman's winter track team has had little trouble in scoring two wins to date this season as they conquered Tufts, 78-35, and then swamped Holy Cross, '-01-7, in two dual meets staged in the Alumni Gym. Bill Vessie,
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SKI MEETS LISTED
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Dick Gilman '45.
Although handicapped by the lack of transportation, the Dartmouth ski team has scheduled several meets during the snow season. In their only meet to date the "B" team scored victories over Kimball Union Academy and Hanover High
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Class Notes
News fromA AlumniClubs
Cheshire County
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Forrest J. Hall
THE 32ND ANNUAL MEETING of the 1 Cheshire County Dartmouth Association was held in the private dining room of the Eagle Hotel, Keene, N. H.. on Friday, January 7, 1944- Twenty-eight members and guests were present. President
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News fromA AlumniClubs
Cleveland
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R. C. Palmer.
WEEKLY LUNCHEONS of the Cleveland contingent have been changed from Saturday to Friday noon at the Mid Day Club in an effort to induce more members to make a habit of this weekly pastime. Judging from the attendance at the first
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News fromA AlumniClubs
Western Connecticut
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Everett E. Robie '17
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Hartford held its annual meeting at the Hotel Bond on December 7th. Al Dickerson '30, executive secretary to President Hopkins was the speaker, and he brought a very interesting report on the happenings in
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News fromA AlumniClubs
Minnesota
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Bob Birch '27.
IN THE COUNTY OF HENNEPIN, MINNESOTA, which includes part of Minneapolis, the Fourth War Bond quota is 80 million dollars. Two of the four directors
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News fromA AlumniClubs
Camp Edwards
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Robert G. Newman '34.
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI stationed at Camp Edwards, Mass., are asked to communicate with Ist Lieut. Robert G. Newman, A.U.S., Military Personnel Office, Camp Fleadquarters (phone 13). A dinner meeting is being planned for the near
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San Diego
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Two "retreads" lost in a sea of WAVES in San Diego, California, want to broadcast the fact that Dartmouth men passing through San Diego may contact the Navy "old timer," Shorty Hitchcock '16, politely called Lieutenant C. C.
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Tuck School
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A. W. F., G. W. W.
WE AT THE SCHOOL especially enjoy having the graduates pay us a visit as often as possible, not only from a personal standpoint but also from the standpoint of profiting and learning from their business experience since
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News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
All six of us, and the ladies who were with us at our Fiftieth, will regret to learn of the death of Mrs. M. L. Stimson at Rochester, N. Y., June 22, after she had been lying helpless in a hospital from early January. She was
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News from the Classes
1884
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WILLIAM J. STARR
BENJAMIN P. GEORGE
Word has just been received through the medium of Ben George that Homer Hulbert has recovered from an attack of pneumonia, is well on the road to robust health and, we earnestly hope, prosperity.
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News from the Classes
1885
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
HENRY AUSTIN
The Censorship, along the Home Front, appears to have "cracked down" so tightly that only letters from Henry Austin and Lorain Weeks "got by" for this issue. Henry reports slowness of Southern mails and the probable omission of
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News from the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
DR. HENRY O. SMITH
The response of classmates for personal news has been good. A few items from their letters are given here. Others will follow later, either in this column or in a class letter to members and friends. In this undertaking we are
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News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
Our sorrow in the passing of "Ben" Welch was more poignant, because of the hopeful bulletins from his bedside a short time before his death. Reading over his autobiographical sketch, in our Fiftieth Anniversary book was most
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News from the Classes
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
The following men have been heard from since the last issue: Cobb, Clark, Dunlap, Lougee, Paul, Spencer and Berton Williams. That's good, but a little detailed information would have been welcomed by the secretary.
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
In the death of Frank J. Reynolds our class has lost a prominent member long distinguished for his loyalty to the college. He was stricken while on his way by train to Florida for the winter months. Upon arrival at Rocky Mount,
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News from the Classes
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
Gerould is the author of "Genetic and Seasonal Variations of orange Wing-Color in Colias Butterflies," which has been reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, No. 3, 1943. This is not recommended as a
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News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
A pleasant call on the Allisons in Sherborn found that they had well recovered from a seige of the type of influenza that is upsetting so many.
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News from the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
The report of the Alumni Fund in the January issue again indicates how much we are indebted to Geig for keeping '92 high up in all the various classifications. His is a record to be proud of. Speaking of Geig, I was amazed to
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News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Fred Morrill and Mrs. Morrill are at their former home of many years, 20 Albion St., Melrose, Mass., spending the winter with their daughter Dorothy, who is the wife of Lt. Paul A. Ross of the Coast Guard Reserve, and their
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News from the Classes
1894
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DR. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Fred Bushee sends a welcome "to the growing ranks of the idle." He explains what he means by "idle" by these words: "Most of my time is taken up with the ration board nowadays, but during the rest of the time I am carrying on a
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News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Charles Holden sent me a Christmas card on which appears a colored picture of "U.S.S. College Hall-Dartmouth College," with groups of Navy men in uniform and in motion.
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News from the Classes
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
The secretary has filed with the New England Historical Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Butterfield's '97 class report dated 1933, which is the main repository of information about our class, and my recent class
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News from the Classes
1898
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H. PHILIP PATEY
Guy Gary has moved to 203 N. McClay Street, Santa Ana, Calif. Formerly he lived on this street for many years; .'98 would be delighted to have him write a letter for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, recounting his life on the Pacific Coast.
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News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
The last two months of 1943 were not good ones for the class of 1900. Three deaths occurred in that period—Hutchins and Firth, obituary notices for whom have already been published, and last, on December 8, Victor Salinger. As
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1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
In the fall of 1898, five young men left the vicinity of Portland, Maine, for a college career at Hanover, N. H. The train trip was a weary one; change at Dover, change again at Rockingham Jet., change at Manchester, change at
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1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
Ernest R. Groves, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina, has compiled Volume II of the American Family Magazine Book Foundation during the past year. The volume has been spoken of not only as a tribute to the
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1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
The birth of Carol Hawkes at Scranton, Pa., Nov. 10th was the cause of much pleasure in the Lampee family, and some boasting by Squid, for Carol, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan W. Hawkes Jr. '32 (Carolyn Lampee) was the
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1905
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WALTER M. MAY
Gardner Chamberlain '44 son of Bill and Mrs. Chamberlain of Lexington, Mass., enlisted in the AERC in May, 1942, was called to active duty on May 11, 1943, had basic training at Camp Eustis, Va., and was transferred to Camp
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
A letter from Cary Smith's wife under date of December 29, advises that Cary is critically ill in the hospital at Burlington, Vt.
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1907
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
Attendance at an '07 class dinner at the University Club in Boston on November 12 was very respectable in relation to other years. The following is a list of those who were present: McLane, Minsch, Smart, N. H. Knight, Ted
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1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
ARTHUR BARNES
Halloran Hospital in New York now has a very attractive writing room, beautifully furnished, a memorial to Jack Clark provided by his friends, who established this in recognition of the work which Jack did for the disabled
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1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
Gordon Weinz is busy these days, inasmuch as he has been given charge of the entire Carter's Ink factory in addition to the duties which he has had over so many years.
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1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
Just had a nice letter from 1910's rear admiral, Ernie Small, who commands a division of cruisers .... as a "Jap Smasher" he built no little reputation for himself in Salvo Sea.
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
Adapted from the Washington EveningStar of November 24, we have the following account of Lt. Edward Peary Stafford, son of Ted Stafford and Grandson of Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary, Arctic explorer, who carries on the family
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
The kind of dramatic incidents of the war that constitutes a first class newspaper story was a meeting in the South Pacific of Unc Bellows' two sons. Unc furnishes the story as follows:
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1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Grandpa Len Martin and Grandma have had their grandson and their daughter with them; then Leonard transferred from Boston to Frisco, spent a twelve-day leave with them. Charles Landon, the Dartmouth son, was at the time in the
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1914
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EDWARD LEECH
DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
JOHN F. CONNERS
February—the month of Winter Carnival, basketball and hockey games, Alumni dinners and plans for reunions in June. Instead we read of Dartmouth men at war: civilian and military, at home and overseas, on land and sea and in the
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1915
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DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
For the first time since I have been secretary, there isn't a single item of news of the ordinary nature in the file, but unfortunately, there is to report the death of two classmates, and what is most unusual, one of these
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1916
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
PROF. JOHN B. STEARNS
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
Concerning that appointment of Gene Chase (Doctor Eugene P.), recently recounted here, fuller particulars now become available from a recent issue of the Hartford Times. We are reminded that Gene holds degrees from Oxford and
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1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
A recent letter from Helen Kipp enclosed the pictures which appear herewith. She writes, "A father and son combination of which lam very proud."—Lt. Comdr. Walter, overseas, and Ensign Douglas '43 stationed in San Diego. As a
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1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
In accepting the award for the Reid Machinery Co., Inc., James T. Duffy Jr. said, "This 'E' award signifies that the equipment we are producing is important. It is equally important that we continue to produce war material in
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1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
MAX A. NORTON
You are about to see an "Alpha—Omega" act in this column. The Alpha comes next month, with J. Kenneth Huntington, 103 Aviemore Drive, New Rochelle, N. Y., officiating. Ken has been an active and loyal member of our class since
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1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE ELLIOTT
First, a reminder to those who have not answered Dick Pearson's letter dated December 27. Dick will give us the best possible in the way of class histories, but we've got to supply the text. Just let your hair down and tell
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1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
On stationery of the Bromley Mountain Ski Club, Inc., Johnny Seesaw's, Peru, Vt„ Major Jack Hubbell some time ago composed this gem: "I'm here on a retreat from the hurly-burly of Washington and N. Y. What a spot this
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1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
Greetings Twoters! A recent note from; George Sackett tells of his duties as chief of X-ray service at the Moore General Hospital, Swannanoa, N. C. George is a lieutenant colonel in the Medical Corps and has a son also in the
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1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
Not too late in the new year, I hope to "lift" a wish I have always liked and pass it along to you:
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1924
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Many thanks for the Xmas greetings and New Year's wishes from such a great number of you, including the nice matches from the John Winthrop Proctors.
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1925
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER, 3RD
On page 48 the latest action picture from the front, filled with the sound and fury of battle. Navy Lt. Dick Holden fighting the battle of Puerto Cabello, down in Venezuela. Dick writes that the population of the town is 20,000
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1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
Thanks to Tubber Weymouth, we have a long delayed report from Herm Arenovski, written from North Africa. It's too long to quote but too good to miss. Herm was shipped overseas just before his call to OCS,
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1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Even before we start, let us correct an oversight in the January column (written early in December). From our house, to your house, best wishes for a Happy and Victorious New Year. No resolutions, save one: "Since we can't be
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
The carton of cigarettes which the class sent in October as a Christmas remembrance to each '28er overseas reached some of the fellows, at least.
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1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
T. TRUXTON BRITTAN JR.
It was Lt. Morgan calling, just back from London by way of a North Atlantic convoy, still rolling from a rough, tough winter crossing which kept him in his clothes with his boots on, without bath or uninterrupted sleep for over
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1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
It was the first New York class dinner in over six months, and it was a relatively small one, but there were those who loved it. Especially because Al Dickerson was as surprised as we were to find himself in the Dartmouth Club
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1913
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
WILLIAM A. GEIGER
This is going to be a short column and a quick one. As a matter of fact, it was to be no column, because like a pair of rubbers—which are always at home when you want them at the office or at the office when you want them at
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1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
As the curtain goes up on this month's batch of news, you see in the place of honor, picked out by green spotlight, the industrious treasurer of your class. Howdy's interim Christmas report indicates that the class has been
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1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
When we wrote that fine piece about Hizzoner Monagan, Mayor of Waterbury, a couple of months back, we were quite proud of the academic thoroughness with which we had reread the ten-year output of '33 notes that rugged literary
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1934
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY
Lots of you seem to be interested in what is going to be done about a reunion this year. Obviously nothing very much can be planned, and even though I've searched for some nifty ideas on the subject, the obstacles encountered
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1935
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ENSIGN JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR. USNR
BOBB CHANEY
We are glad to be able to report that HOWIE HINMAN, earlier reported missing in action, is safe and alive as a prisoner of the Germans. A gunner on a Flying Fort, Howie came down in an air raid over Germany on October 9th last.
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1936
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JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
The Class of 1936 has added another Gold Star to its Service Flag as word has been received that Capt. Gil Portmore of the Army Air Force was killed in action on January 2, 1944. His obituary notice appears in this issue. Again
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1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
Although this issue of the notes reaches you in mid-February, it is being written in early January, a period traditionally associated with the formation of strong and purposeful resolutions. Infrequently, these forward-looking
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1938
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CAPT. CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENS. J. CLARKE MATTIMORE
Happy New Year. I didn't even realize it was '44 until it had been on its way for a couple of days. Dick Francis and I are both assigned to the 211th I.T.B. at Camp Blanding, as company commanders, and we're sharing a hut
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1939
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ROBERT C. DICKGIESSER
JAMES M. MATHES JR.
HERE AND THERE: Ensign John Mitchell is now touring the Pacific on one of Uncle Sam's newest destroyers, with Dr. Harold MacGilpin Jr. also on board. Lou Highmark is on a destroyer escort . patrolling the Atlantic. Dave
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1940
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JOHN MOODY
Another killed-in-action obituary appears in this issue. They pile up on us, and make us feel, more deeply than ever, the responsibilities and the futilities of so-called home front work. I didn't know John O'Neill in college
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1941
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LT. (jg) VINCENT R. ELSE
ENS. PETER M. KEIR
News coming in this month has been profuse, a condition for which I am most grateful. It makes getting in these issues so much easier and more enjoyable.
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1942
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PHILLIPS BROOKS
Corporal Page having girt up his loins to go forth subsequently among the aborigines, the job of batting this bit of breeze falls to me. With the aid of Allah and the cooperation of the Post Office department, I guess I'll be
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1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
WILLIAM T. MAECK
Of all the '43 delegations to enter the services as a group, by far the largest was the shipment of V-7 candidates who in January of last year were packing their things and preparing for South Bend. These '43s are now Ensigns,
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1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
It was really good news to hear a short time ago that both Tom Breen and Jay Downing, who had been on the missing list after action in the air over Germany and Italy, have been reported as prisoners of war. Tom was a bombardier
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1945
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RALPH G. TYLER
ELIOT MOVER
By the time you read this issue, '45, the first contingent of our class, will be leaving Dartmouth with degrees. Forty seniors, the only ones to go straight. through the summer session, intersession, and V-12 era (as far as
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Censorship prohibits our publishing complete addresses of men in the Armed Forces outside of the United States.
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Censorship prohibits our publishing complete addresses of men in the Armed Forces outside of the United States.
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National Forest
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American forces isolated in the Aleutians are under the impression that a tree is a phenomenon peculiar to the United States, according to Major Jacques Franchine '37 USAAF, who recently returned to the United States after a
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Censorship prohibits our publishing complete addresses of men in the Armed Forces outside of the United States.
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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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