Issue: 19440401

Saturday, April 1, 1944
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Alumni Register
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AGAINST THE UNUSUAL background of several years of battle with the notorious Hague machine in New Jersey, Prof. Dayton McKean writes College Men in Politics, our lead article, starting on Page 9. The urgent need and growing,
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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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EHGRRVERS FOR THIS PUBLICATION
EHGRRVERS FOR THIS PUBLICATION
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Distinction Gone ?
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Alumni Register
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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GILE & COMPANY REALTORS
GILE & COMPANY REALTORS
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A Beautiful Home
A Beautiful Home
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TABOR SUMMER PROGRAM
TABOR SUMMER PROGRAM
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Gulflex Lubrication
Gulflex Lubrication
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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THE PRUDENTIAL
THE PRUDENTIAL
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UNION CARBIDE REPORTS
UNION CARBIDE REPORTS
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
The Reason Why
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C. E. W.
DRASTIC CURTAILMENT of the Army Specialized Training Program in the colleges has led a number of alumni, anxious for the welfare of the College, to inquire whether the same thing might not happen in the Navy College Training
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GRADUS AD PARNASSUM
Who Calls the Tune?
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P. S. M.
IF THE GOVERNMENT at Washington were not so eager to plan every one's private life for him, there would probably be less apprehension felt by college educators because of the prospect that, following the war, there will come a
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A WAH HOO WAH!
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FOR DARTMOUTH'S FOUR ACES with the U. S. Army Eighth Air Force in England—Lt. Col. David C. Schilling 'gg, Lt. Joseph L. Egan Jr. '39, Capt. Lindol F. Graham '41, and Major J. Averell Clark Jr. '44.
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FOUR ACES
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A. P.
Dartmouth Pilots Among Top Heroes of 8th Air Force
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9,10,11
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COLLEGE MEN IN POLITICS
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DAYTON D. McKEAN
The Chances for Successful Participation Steadily Grow
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11,12
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"MEN OF DARTMOUTH"
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ALLAN H. MACDONALD
Hovey Wrote Alma Mater 50 Years Ago This Month
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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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A Marine to His Girl
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The following poem was written for hisfiancee by Lieut. Stanley P. Wright '42,USMCR, who was killed in action in theSouth Pacific on November 13, 1943. Itoriginally appeared in the Ladies Home Journal and has since been widely reprinted and
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NAVAL MATHEMATICS
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BANCROFT H. BROWN
Few Alumni Have Covered Ground of V-12 Course
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Dartmouth War Directory
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[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]
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15,16,63,64
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SANBORN ENGLISH HOUSE
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LEON BURR RICHARDSON '00
Building Is Memorial to Famous Dartmouth Professor
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
THIS MAY BE AS GOOD A TIME as any to write a few notes on a few writers of crime, particularly as I mentioned last month that I would write on detective fiction at some future time. I know of no better escape from the realities
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17,18
Lettter from the Editor
'Round the Girdled Earth
Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces
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H. F. W.
JIM ERWIN '42, who is at some Italianport with Jim Rendall and Frank Bartlett,also of '42, writes a fine letter: This is from a guy whom you know as a name and as one of your West-styled musketeers. Your course "13" was too large for
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Books
Books
GOD AND THESE TIMES,
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R. B. CHAMBERLIN
by Howard J.Chidley '06. Fleming J. Revell Company,1943. 128 pp. $1.50.
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Books
Books
TIME OF YEAR
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Stearns Morse
by Samuel French Morse '36.The Cummington Press, 1943. 52 pp. $2.75.
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18,64
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Faculty
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Diving Manual for Instructors, by Professor S. C. Hazelton 'O9 and C. A. Pulis of the Cambridge Chapter American Red Cross, has been issued as a pamphlet in mimeographed form and is for sale at 50 cents. The authors state "This
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LOUIS HENRY DOW
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PRESCOTT ORDE SKINNER
A Tribute to the Late Tuck Professor of French
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The Undergraduate Chair
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Robert B. Hodes '46, USNR.
Duckboards Give Trainees a Real Problem in Navigation While Rain, Sleet and Snow Prove Spring is Here Again
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20,64
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With the D. O. C.
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E. Quillian Brazel, USNR.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP CONSIDERED WHEN NEW V-12ERS SEE MOOSILAUKE
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News of the College
Council Positions Filled
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RESULTS OF THE RECENT NOMINATION PERIOD for places on the Alumni Council were announced last month by the Secretary of the General Association of Alumni, Sidney C. Hayward '26. The seven Council Districts of the country have all
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News of the College
Spring Term Opens
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DARTMOUTH'S SPRING TERM—the third under the Navy V.-12 Program opened on Monday, March 6, with 1,861 Navy and Marine trainees enrolled and with only 180 civilians on the student roster. The present V-12 Unit is slightly
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News of the College
Treasurers Elect
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CHANDLER H. FOSTER '15, president of the Dartmouth Class Treasurers Association, announces the election of Donald L. Barr '18 as secretary-treasurer of the group. Mr. Barr is Assistant Treasurer of the College, having joined
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News of the College
President To Speak
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FOUR DARTMOUTH ALUMNI GATHERINGS in Boston and New York are on President Hopkins' speaking schedule for April. The annual Class Agents' dinner for the Boston area will be held at the Algonquin Club at 6:30 on the evening of
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News of the College
New Business Manager
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Miss CHRISTINA MARTIN, secretary of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE during the past two years, has been named Acting Business Manager of the MAGAZINE to succeed Richard N. Tarlow '44, who resigned his position on the College staff
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News of the College
Faculty Changes
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DEPARTURE OF TWO MEMBERS of the Dartmouth faculty for special war service and arrival of three new members took place at the start of the Spring Term on March 6.
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News of the College
Willkie Manuscript
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THE MANUSCRIPT OF HIS New YorkTimes magazine article which created international repercussions and drew a rebuke from Russia has been presented to Dartmouth by Wendell Willkie and has been on display in Baker Library's main
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News of the College
Class of '48
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THE 31 CIVILIAN FRESHMEN who entered Dartmouth last month as the vanguard of the Class of 1948, which is exp ected to number around 200 men in July, have assembled in Hanover from eleven different states, with one man from as
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News of the College
"Navy at Dartmouth"
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A SPECIAL "ALL HANDS" EDITION of Navyat Dartmouth greeted Navy V-12 trainees reporting for the new March term. The 32-page pictorial magazine, covering the varied aspects of the V-12 program and Dartmouth life, was a cooperative
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News of the College
Union Service
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DR. G. BROMLEY OXNAM, Bishop of the New England District of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was guest preacher Sunday, March 19, in Rollins Chapel, when students as well as Hanover townspeople attended his sermon on "A Sense
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News of the College
Semper Nugget
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THE NUGGET ROSE FROM ITS ASHES in a new form when, as described in the Dartmouth Log, a "Websterized Nugget brought much-needed entertainment relief to the College" on the evening of March 10. Except for the absence of peanuts
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Article
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Visitor of the Month
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Beardsley Ruml '15, chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, treasurer of R. H. Macy and Cos., and best known as the author of the Ruml pay-as-you-go tax plan, returned to Dartmouth on March 13 to give a public
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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C. E. W.
N. C. A. A. Tourney Keeps Basketball Alive for Extra Month; Two-Mile Relay Team Captures National Championship
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
BULLETIN
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Dartmouth won the Eastern N. C. A. A. play-offs, defeating Catholic University, 63 to 38, and Ohio State, 60 to 53. The Big Green and Utah, Western winners, will meet for the national title March 28. With 13 baskets and 28
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
RELAY TEAM SHINES
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C. E. W.
While the basketball team has been holding the Dartmouth sports spotlight during the past month, the College's championship 2-mile relay team has also been garnering laurels for itself. The speedy quartet of Bill Atkinson,
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24,64
Sports
With Big Green Teams
WRESTLERS FINISH FIFTH
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C. E. W.
Dartmouth's debut in the Eastern Interc ollegiate Wrestling Tournament resulted in a fifth place among the dozen teams represented and gained the Indians a good bit of respect for a strong performance against colleges that have
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64
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With Big Green Teams
A LITTLE FOOTBALL
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C. E. W.
Although football will be out of the Dartmouth sports picture until spring practice opens in July, gridiron news was created early in March when Johnny Dell Isola, popular varsity line coach for the past two seasons, resigned to
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With Big Green Teams
LOOKING AHEAD
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C. E. W.
Dartmouth's baseball prospects this spring and summer are an unknown at this stage, for Jeff Tesreau has had a chance to do little more than get the names of his fifty candidates of March 15 down on paper. Only two Indians from
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Virginia
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Len Dunn '27
DUE TO THE TEMPO of the times for those still on civilian duty and the heavy in roads of Selective Service, we have reduced our frequency of luncheon meetings to the first Tuesday of each month only.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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Robert S. Critchell '33
FIFTY-ONE MEN turned out for our last luncheon held on February 14 at Mandel Brothers Department Store in honor of Earl Brown, Dartmouth football coach. This was Mr. Brown's first visit to Chicago since taking over the Dartmouth
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
New York
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James T. White '24
THE BIG EVENT for April will be the Alumni Dinners with President Hopkins as guest of honor. Here are the dates:
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Manchester
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Kenneth W. Davis '24
TWELVE UNDERGRADUATES and pre-freshmen were guests of the alumni at a luncheon Saturday noon February 26. This yearly gett ogether is ordinarily held at Christmas time, changed currently to conform with the college schedule.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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Robert C. Palmer '34
ALTHOUGH WE MISSED THE DEADLINE for the . March issue of the MAGAZINE we're going right ahead, at the risk of reporting the now somewhat historical details concerning the gathering of the largest crowd of Dartm ouths in this
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News from Alumni Clubs
Western Pennsylvania
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Richard W. Husband '26
IT WILL BE A source of great satisfaction to all alumni in Western Pennsylvania and nearby regions to learn that President Hopkins has promised us a much anticipated visit in early May. The date is tentatively set for Thursday,
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News from Alumni Clubs
Maine
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Reynolds E. Moulton '35
THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION of Maine held a banquet at the Lafayette Hotel in Portland, on February 22, 1944, in honor of two of Dartmouth's distinguished sons who have been elevated to positions among the Maine Judiciary.
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News from Alumni Clubs
Springfield
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F. R. Adams '19
THE SPRINGFIELD, VERMONT, Dartmouth Club came to life on March 13th with a most interesting and very enthusiastic meeting. We have been handicapped for sometime past by the inability to find a place where we could meet and have
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News from Alumni Clubs
Des Moines
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Francis A. Robinson '08
ON THE OCCASION OF THE VISIT to the city of Richard P. White '18, president of the Washington, D. C. Alumni Association—the following men gathered for lunch at the Des Moines Club recently:
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News from Alumni Clubs
Detroit
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Richard W. Brown '29
WITH A PROPER "biggest snow of the seas on" to welcome them from Hanover, Dean Lloyd Neidlinger and Coach Earl Brown were our guests for the recent 49th Annual Meeting. President John Heavenrich '26 cond ucted the meeting fitly
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News from Alumni Clubs
Camp Edwards
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1st Lt. Robert G. Newman, Sec.
THE MARCH MEETING was held in , Sandwich and Sagamore, with an enjoyable pre-dinner gathering at the Sandwich home of George E. Liscomb 'O7, and Mrs. Liscomb. It was voted to request the ALUMNI MAGAZINE to reproduce in the
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26,27
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News from Alumni Clubs
Western New York
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M. Richard Burlingame '26
DEAN NEIDLINGER AND COACH EARL BROWN headlined the Western New York Dartmouth Club's Annual Meeting at the Saturn Club on February 8. Fifty-nine members were present to hear Dean Neidlinger speak on "The Wartime College and the
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News of Associated Schools
Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen M'22
THE SECOND SEMESTER started with the usual alarms off-stage. They were not so far off for a few days and served as extra grief for the examination period when all of our Army were notified that they would probably be transferred
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News of Associated Schools
Tuck School
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George W. Woodworth
THE NEW SEMESTER which started March 6 marked the beginning of the Supply Corps Candidate School curriculum. There were 100 men enrolled in the first class. In addition, there were 113 Business Administration majors continuing
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News of Associated Schools
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
AMONG THE lEW STUDENTS to receive degrees . from the College last month were eleven Thayer School students; nine who received the degree of Bachelor of Science and two who received the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Graduating as
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
At the annual meeting of The AAVSO it was announced that "Rev. T. C. H. Bouton has the longest continuous record of years spent in observing variable stars of any amateur observer." But Bouton says his eyes have begun to fail
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1882
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WALTER S. KELLY
J. B. Lawrence '82
Walter Stuart Kelly, class secretary of 1882, has been vacationing for a couple of months at a Boston Hospital. He expects to escape about Apirl 1, as "good as ever."
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1883
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ALFRED E. WATSON
Editor's Note: Alfred E. Watson, secretary of the Class of 1883, was unable to send in his notes for this issue, due to an automobile accident. In a letter to the MAGAZINE office, he said, "My car, striking a glare piece of ice in
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News from the Classes
1885
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EDWIN A. BAYLEY
HENRY AUSTIN
Charles Chase, our class president, writes that he recently underwent an operation for cataract and that his letter to the secretary was his first one since the operation. He is making a good recovery and expects to be laid up
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News from the Classes
1886
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DR. H. O. SMITH
We are pleased to report that Thurston has made an excellent recovery from his hospital experience and is again busy on the final work on his latest book.
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News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
The secretary has received a reply to his inquiry written to Mrs. Charles Carpenter, from a trustee of her husband's estate, classmate Cushman. We are seeking to learn what descendants of '87 are in the Armed Forces, and are
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News from the Classes
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
Just as we expected, not much news from '88. Reason—lncome Tax. But we do note with pleasure that 5 of our 19 men have already (March 8) made their March payments to the government and found they had something left over to
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
We are pleased to have a report regarding the family of Ozora Davis. Mrs. Davis continues to reside at 5725 Blackstone Ave., Chicago 37, 111. Their daughter, Mrs. David Burford (Elizabeth Caroline Davis), lives at 1316 E.
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News from the Classes
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
The Secretary, in his recent notes, hinted that Gerould's paper on butterflies, published last July in the "Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society," is not a "must." One authority, after attempting to read it, wondered
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News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
In an otherwise quiet election in Sherborn, Allison was the winner for assessor, a re-election.
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News from the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
WILLIAM E. GEIGER
In a letter written last January Arthur Strong informed me that he and Alice had had the flu and were going to Hotel Fort Harrison in Clearwater, Florida, and with a little subtle flattery, Arthur calmly passed on to me the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
FREDERICK A. MORRELL
Somewhat aroused by the fact that '94 is planning its 50th Reunion in June, your class officers met in President Cox's office to determine whether or not '93 should attempt a reunion this year. Letters have been received
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Please notice change in the secretary's address, as above. The move is made mainly so that the Secretary and his wife may be in the same building with their grandson (Dartmouth 1962).
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
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RONALD E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
I recently spent a week in Potsdam, New York. Believe it or not, my presence in Potsdam brought to mind Dartmouth College as it was in the years 1891-1895. The green fencedin space which we knew as "the campus" was also the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Your secretary is preparing a Class of 1896 Report which is usually issued at a time half way between our class reunions at Hanover. It is up to you when this report comes out since those who have not sent in their class letters
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
George Adams was born in Winchendon, Mass., the eldest of a family of seven sons, of whom six were living at the time of the '33 Class Report. I have recently been in Winchendon on a snowshoe and skiing trip, and, thinking that
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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H. PHILIP PATEY
Albert Smith, Melvin Smith and Seth Pope held a reunion in Chicago in February. Seth writes, "Melvin Smith has preserved the 'dew of his youth' in a truly remarkable way."
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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RALPH W. HAWKES
EDWARD R. SKINNER
On the usual first Saturday of March, twenty-five loyal Ninety-Miners and two guests assembled at the University Club in Boston to celebrate the forty-fourth Annual Round-Up. Pete brought as a guest his boss, William A. Murray,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Dana Sears is in active work once again, and in a new location. He has gone to Calais, Me., (49 Calais Avenue) to carry on the business of his son-in-law, Arlo Bates, while the latter is in the military service.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
At the Dartmouth Alumni Dinner, held in Boston, February 3, the roll call was answered by the following men of the class: Whelan, Wood, Cudworth, Hopkins, Calderwood, Chase, Dunnington, Qua, Cox and Ward; and from all reports
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ARTHUR S. HOUGHTON
I have just returned from a delightful month at Delray Beach, Florida, a glorious winter paradise, which has a distinctly Dartmouth flavor in that a Dartmouth man, named Thayer, is Mayor and Morton French 'O3 is spending the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
It has been so long since any direct word has come from George Hoke that I am going to give you much of a recent letter from him.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
Metropolitan papers o£ January 28 carried this interesting bit of class news—"Louis E. Leverone, Chicago industrialist, civic leader and past president of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, was notified today of his election as
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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WALTER M. MAY
Charlie Brooks writes that he is working harder than ever on his farm in Hampstead where he produces eggs, poultry, milk and butter. Charlie has always been a hard worker and an efficient farmer. He faces limits in the quantity
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Bill Page was in the "Big City" the last of February but unfortunately his visit was timed when I was away. Better luck next time Bill.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
EXTRA-EXTRA-EXTRA
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
ARTHUR BARNES
The class notes are being read by some people. As we reported before, when Art Rotch made his old roommate succeed him he wrote "God bless yer and help yer," and as we observed at that time, we need the help oF every member of
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News from the Classes
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
The following newsy letter from Harold Prescott just came in as we went to press: "I spent a couple of weeks in California in November—saw Reagan, of course, and lots of other Dartmouth men but he was the only 'oger. A highspot
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News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
NEW LUSTRE .... 1910's escutcheon seems to•gain a new splendor from time to time asmembers of the Class advance in life's path.... each month brings forth published stories and articles about Tenners, any one ofwhich rates full publication.
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
The annual Boston Alumni Dinner as usual brought out a goodly assortment of ign loyals. The following were gathered about the festive board: Briggs, Chic Jordan, Schell, Josh Clark, Kimball, Beane, Robinson, Paul, both Jackson
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTI NGELL
A thought-provoking aspect of Bud Hoban's football activities in Mexico is presented by Syd Clark in an article entitled "Gridiron Good Neighbor," which appeared in a recent issue of the Christian Science Monitor:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
According to the New York Times of February 16th the Swedish motorship Gripsholm carrying German and French repatriated to be exchanged for Americans sailed from Jersey City, N. J. on the 15th for Lisbon. A Statement issued
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1914
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EDWARD LEECH
DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
JOHN F. CONNERS
April, 1914—just back from vacation—long green paths across the campus—mud—duckboards—a few melting piles of snow—caps and gowns—senior canes, and the sudden realization that there are ONLY TWO MONTHS TO GO!
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News from the Classes
1915
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DONALD C. BENNINK
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
When this reaches your hands, there will be only a short time left for sending your contribution to the Alumni Fund—so if you haven't already done so, ship it away to Kell Rose today—no one needs to be told why—it's just one of
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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
Hanover visitors from 1916 during the month just past have been three: Dick Parkhurst, dropped in seeking an all too brief respite from his duties in war-time Washington; Dick's son is with the American Field Service on
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
We are indebted to Florence Trenholm for the pictures of Trenny Sr. and Trenny Jr. which brighten these notes. She professes, and we share, a real pride in this father and son combination. The old campaigner "is in the Far East
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
Said Bill Rosenfeld in a recent letter—"l'm fresh out of the darndest course I've ever taken with harder final exams than were ever concocted at an old Alma Mater but thank goodness I can add another diploma to the Dartmouth
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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J. KENNETH HUNTINGTON
March 2nd—temperature ten above. Realizing that these notes will be read sometime around the middle of April when spring puts in its first timid appearance and gives promise of bees, birds, and flowers, it seems entirely in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE ELLIOTT
The biggest news this month is the loss of our Class Agent, Al Frey; Al has accepted a position as special assistant to Under-Secretary of the Treasury John L. Sullivan '21. Taking over a new and very responsible job made it
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Truly Washington has become the crossroads of the world. On the afternoon of February 15, Tom Staley and Gail Laßue Yeomans were married in Olathe, Kansas. February 17 they arrived in Washington on a whirlwind preliminary
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
Of another woman Dorothy Parker once said that her clothes looked as if they had been made by loving hands. The paragraphs that follow are awkwardly cut and have bunchy seams but they have been done by loving hands. No other
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News from the Classes
1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
Tom Burch's first whack at deus-ex-machining our Dutch Treat evenings at the Club was a net profit for everyone who turned up: Joe Millar, Sol Levine, Brooks Palmer, Mox Hubert, Hocky Hockenson, Red Carbaugh, Irish Flanigan, Cy
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News from the Classes
1924
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Hal Cowley is the author of "Why have small colleges, anyway?" in the April issue of the Torch. A. D. Gibson wrote "The Story of Azilum" reprinted from the December issue of The French Review. Recent service promotions: Capt.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER 3RD
Now on the 14th day of February Rog Wycoff's wife Adeline did present him with his third daughter, Elaine Marie. Rog came through the affair splendidly This information via Bob Borwell who lunched with Rog recently in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
» It's been a long time since we've had any news from Clary Taylor but a welcome letter recently arrived from Savannah, Georgia, where he is Educational and Training Officer at the naval station. "Since graduating into the whirl
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
You have all received the latest issue of the 1927 Speakeasy dated February 21. Once again the perpetrator of this pillar doffs his hat to Gus for a most entertaining and newsy issue. You have read with regret that at the close
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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LT. (JG) OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
The Class has received its first bad news of the war—Ed Wheatley is reported missing in India since January 25. He is a staff sergeant in the Army Air Force and had been overseas only since January 2.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
T. TRUXTON BRITTAN JR.
. There were three visitors this month. Lt. Bill White, recently transferred to Boston after fifteen months' duty as Officer in Charge ( of Naval Air Transport Service at Port of Spain, Trinidad, is now performing the same
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
AL SMITH REFUTES SHERMAN. "News? Well, here we are in the middle of a helluva lot of water, but can't seem to think of anything that would be of interest. Failed to get in touch with Frank McLaughlin in Honolulu, so perhaps
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News from the Classes
1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
WILLIAM A. GEIGER
After the Swan Song last month I didn't expect to be writing another column. However, the Local Board has had to hold off sending me with the rest of the boys this month pending a Company appeal so that the 15th sneaked up on
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
Joe Carleton's second newsletter, while burgeoning with fine examples of Carletonese, was not too amply supplied with news of classmates. Give Joe a hand by dropping him a card. Bill Morton's bag of checks for this year's
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
As you know the' Alumni Fund campaign is underway, off to an early start again this year to give us a chance to reach and, we hope, to top our objective of $250,000. This is the time, as President Hopkins said in his message to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY
As absolutely everyone knows by now, this is election year. But most of you have too much to think about to have remembered that it is also election year for '34. I'd have overlooked it, too, if Sid Hayward hadn't coached me
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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ENSIGN JOHN D. GILCHRIST JR.
BOBB CHANEY
It was one of those surprisingly warm Junein-January days which seem so peculiarly appropiate to Washington, where much that blows blows alternately hot and cold, and we were prepared for almost anything. Anything could
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
For the third time in the past four months I have found it my duty to be the bearer of unpleasant news. The class of 1936 has lost one more of its loyal members while in the service of his country as Ben Farber, a Lieutenant
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News from the Classes
1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
AI Bryant writes from Akron, Ohio about his second son, Timothy Clark Bryant, who like his older brother may well someday head for Hanover. He was born back in April 1943 so he has some time to go yet before matriculation. A 1
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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CAPT. CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENS. J. CLARKE MATTIMORE
Phil Beatman was commissioned a captain a few months ago, and commanded a Coast Artillery battery at Salisbury, Mass. On January 23 he was due to marry Helen Olson of Newburyport, Mass. A couple hours before the wedding, he
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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ROBERT C. DICKGIESSER
JAMES M. MATHES JR.
Sid Hayward, Secretary o£ the College, has written me regarding election of class officers for the five-year period June, 1944 to June, 1949. Owing to the war conditions the class of 1938, and to date the class of 1939 will be
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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JOHN MOODY
The new Alumni Fund campaign is midway now, and, although I know that the Class of '4O is, as always, up with the leaders, there should be room in these notes for a small paragraph reminding you all that this war year is an
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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LT. (jg) VINCENT R. ELSE
ENS. PETER M. KEIR
Well I suppose by now everyone in oui class has sent Lew Johnstone some donation for the Alumni Fund drive no matter how large. I haven't heard directly from Lew but I'm sure everyone will help to push our class into first place
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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PHILLIPS BROOKS
At long last, a letter from the strong but much too silent Dartmouth Unit, coming in the form of another query about the Class Baby. Jim Idema, who trained with the Injuns at Squantum and Jacksonville, wants to know if James
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
WILLIAM T. MAECK
By way of contrast this month, we have two overseas letters from men of the class who would .... it would seem be very happy to exchange places with each other. They are Pfc. Duke Doucette, huddling around a fire in the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
Gene Kinney sends word of a group of '44s at Notre Dame Midshipmen's School, "Buzz Snell, Fred Potter, Tom Miner, and Bob Harris are all that I have found so far. But here is the payoff, Brad King is here and out of the whole
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News from the Classes
1945
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RALPH G. TYLER
A letter from Ed Riley reveals that he joined the Navy in August o£ 1942 and has been on the go ever since. He has seen "much real action in the Atlantic and Mediterranean since then. We made many trips to Africa prior to the
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Article
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Five Generations
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On his matriculation with the Class of 196 a, John Leverett Merrill will be the fifth generation of Merrills to attend Dartmouth. In 1828, Abel Kimball Merrill graduated from Dartmouth; his son, John Leverett Merrill was a
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The Fighting Hinmans
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"The Fighting Hinmans," a Dartmouth family of two generations and widely separated by the fortunes of war, present a completely united front in the winning of it. Three brothers, Colonel Burritt H. Hinman 'O4 (J.A.G.
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Popular Mission
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A new kind of war fraternity—one that Eleazar would have hailed—was recently inspired by the heartfelt appreciation on the part of bombers for the help of fighter escorts during the 15th Air Force raids over southern Germany
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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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New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston,
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Dartmouth-In-London
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI stationed in London or visiting the British capital will now be able to get in touch with each other. Plans for early meetings of the Dartmouth Club of London will be announced to alumni who give their
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