Issue: 19440801

Tuesday, August 1, 1944
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Alumni Register
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DARTMOUTH'S ADMIRABLE and distinctive Baker Memorial Library is the subject of this month's lead article by Prof. Norman K. Arnold. The author knows the Library from A to Z, and we believe it to be characteristic of Dartmouth
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Masthead
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This Month
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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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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MOHAWK GNGRAVING CO..INC.
MOHAWK GNGRAVING CO..INC.
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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CLARK SCHOOL
CLARK SCHOOL
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Change of Mind
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A Vermont Triumvirate
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WELL, IF THIS GOES ON MUCH LONGER, Springfield, without designation of state, will be meaning the Vermont, not the Massachusetts city, and newspapermen writing of our own Springfield will have to add a parenthesis (not Vt.). The
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Gulf
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The Vermont Printing Company
The Vermont Printing Company
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Mary Smalley
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The following is part of the daily column, "White Collar Girl," which appeared in the Chicago Daily Tribune of July 10, 1944, written by Ruth MacKay, wife of Donald H. C. MacKay '20, secretary of the Dartmouth Alumni
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GILE & CO. Realtors
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Over Germany
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The following description of a raid over Germany was given over the BBC radio network by Col. David C. Schilling '39, USAAC, an escorting Thunderbolt pilot, who is listed among the American aces with the Bth Air Force.
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YE GREEN LANTERN INN
YE GREEN LANTERN INN
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GRABUS AD PARNASSUM
One More for the Book
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THESE LINES ARE WRITTEN shortly before the compilation of the final records for the current year's Alumni Fund campaign, but the indications are clearly such as to warrant the belief that the goals set will be so handsomely
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GRABUS AD PARNASSUM
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry!
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P. S. M.
THE BURNING QUESTION among educators just now seems to concern the nature of colleges after the war. We have arrived at a time when one is apparently permitted to think the Allied Nations are going to win, and win within a
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A WAH HOO WAH!
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FOR WALTER DAKIN '06, elected vice president, director, and chief engineer of the Commonwealth Telephone Company, Chicago.
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Heads Red Cross
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BASIL O'CONNOR '12 of New York Cityhas been named Chairman of theAmerican Red Cross, succeeding the lateNorman H. Davis. His appointment,made by President Roosevelt on July 13,is for Mr. Davis's unexpired term, endingDecember 11.
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Wasted Time?
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Pvt. Tom Kane, USMCR
LAST NIGHT I went for a walk. I took the usual turn down Choate Road and lit my pipe. It was dusk. As I passed slowly by the houses, I looked in the windows. There was a high-school girl in the yellow light of her study; an old
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A TEACHING LIBRARY
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NORMAN K. ARNOLD
Baker Stands At Heart of Both Campus and Curriculum
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Books
Books
LEAVE HER to HEAVEN,
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Allan Macdonald
by Ben AmesWilliams '10. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1944,429 pp., $2.50.
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Books
Books
CITIZEN, PLAN for PEACE,
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John G. Fazley
by Merrill E.Bush, '30 and others. Harper & Brothers,1944, XV plus. 201 pp., $2.00.
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Books
Books
THE KID NEXT DOOR,
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Herbert F. West '22
by Bill Cunningham '19. Hale, Cushman & Flint, 1944; 37pages; $1.00.
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Books
UNFINISHED BUSINESS,
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by BeardsleyRuml '15.24 pages. New York 194).
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Alumni Publications
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Letters Home, arranged and edited by Mina Curtiss,. published by Little Brown Company of Boston, contains five letters by John Earle '43, a member of the American Field Service, covering pages 28-47 in this volume.
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Faculty Authors
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Aniseikonia Spectacles by Ranald C. Hill and Robert E. Bannon, has been reprinted from the March 15 issue of The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry.
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THE HISTORIC COLLEGE
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Address by President Hopkins at Bowdoin Anniversary
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YOUNG MAN'S CRUSADE
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Bolte Leader of New American Veterans Committee
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Dartmouth War Directory
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[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]
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The Faculty
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PROMOTION OF EIGHT Dartmouth faculty members to full professorships and of five others to assistant professorships was voted by the Board of Trustees at its annual June meeting. The new full professors are: James F. Cusick,
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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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20,21,22
Lettter from the Editor
'Round the Giridled Earth
'Round the Giridled Earth
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H. F. W.
Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces
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Close Call
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When the Fortress he piloted was blazing, Lt. Tracy S. Breed '43 gave the order for the crew to bail out. Five jumped, but the bombardier was having trouble buckling his parachute and the navigator was trying to help him.
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
GEORGE MATTHEW ADAMS, who has given Dartmouth College many of his finest books, recently sent up a collection of the works of Michael Fairless. She is most famous for her book TheRoadmender, which, I am told, has sold over half
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With the D.O.C.
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E.Wuillian Brazel, USNR
CLUB, ACTIVE AS EVER, CELEBRATES FIRST YEAR UNDER V-12 PROGRAM
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23,24,80
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THE 50-YEAR MESSAGE
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL '94
Report from the Class of 1894 at Its 50th Reunion
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25,26,80
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MAN WITH COW SENSE
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A. P.
Story of Bill Wright '18, Successful Cattle Rancher
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27,28,29
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ALUMNI OFFICERS MEET
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Six Groups Represented by 150 at Hanover Gathering
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New Fund Chairman
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JOSHUA A. DAVIS '27 of Upper Montclair, N. J., has been elected chairman of the Alumni Fund Committee of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for 1944-45. A member-at-large of the Council, he was named Fund chairman at the alumni
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Library Benefactor
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H. F. W.
GEORGE MATTHEW ADAMS ADDS TO HIS GIFTS OF RARE BOOKS TO BAKER
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News of the College
V-12 Quota Gut
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DARTMOUTH'S QUOTA OF trainees in the Navy V-12 Program will be reduced from 2,000 to 1,280, effective November 1, 1944, it has been learned by means of an official communication to President Hopkins from the Bureau of Naval
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News of the College
Orr Reelected
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DUDLEY W. ORR '29 of Concord, N. H., was reelected Alumni Trustee of the College, to succeed himself for a first full term of five years, at the annual spring meeting of the Board in Hanover on June 9. Mr. Orr was first elected
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News of the College
Alumni Council Election
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ELECTION OF A member of the Alumni Council from District IV has been completed. Clifford A. Randall '27 of Milwaukee is declared elected for a second term of two years. There were no other nominations from the District. On
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News of the College
Pres. Hopkins Honored
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS HAS recently received two high honors by being elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and by being the recipient of the honorary LL.D. degree from Bowdoin College at its
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News of the College
Ford Sayre Killed
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CAPTAIN FORD K. SAYRE '33, USAAC, manager of the Hanover Inn, was one of four men killed at Spokane, Wash., July 23, when two attack bombers of a squadron staging a war show collided in the air. Word of the tragedy has arrived
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News of the College
Trustees Authorize New Auditorium
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NEW CONSTRUCTION TO meet two imperative needs of the College's physical plant was authorized by the Dartmouth Board of Trustees at its annual spring meeting on June 9. A laboratory addition to the Wilder physics building
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News of the College
Summer Term Opens
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DARTMOUTH OPENED ITS summer term, and the second year of the Navy V-12 program, with outdoor convocation exercises in the Bema on July 7. The student audience which heard addresses by Captain Cummings and President Hopkins
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News of the College
Academic Adjustment
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A SPECIAL COMMITTEE on Academic Adjustments, authorized to pass upon exceptional matters of admission, academic credit and degree requirements for Dartmouth students returning from military service, was established by the
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News of the College
Arctic Lecturer
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THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE lecture series for the summer term opened July 18 with a lecture by Vilhjalmur Stefansson, famous .Arctic explorer, who spoke on "The Future of the Arctic." The lecture was held outdoors in the new Stadium
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News of the College
The Alumni Fund Reaches New Heights
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THE ALUMNI FUND records of 1943, called "incredible" when they were made, have lasted just one year. The 1944 results have smashed every mark in sight, with an estimated total of $284,251 from 13,499 contributors. These figures
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News of the College
New Faculty
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APPOINTMENT TO THE Dartmouth faculty . of seven new men who began their duties with the opening of the July term has been announced by President Hopkins, bringing the total of new faculty members this term to 18.
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News of the College
Professor Emeritus
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WILLIAM HAMILTON WOOD, Professor of Biblical History and Literature at Dartmouth, retired from teaching on July 1 and has been named Professor Emeritus. A member of the Dartmouth faculty since 1917, Professor Wood served as
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News of the College
Heads Marines
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MAJOR JAMES JOSEPH ORR ANDERSON, USMCR, arrived in Hanover on July is to relieve Major John Howland, USMCR, as Officer in Charge of the Marine Corps Detachment of the Dartmouth V-12 Unit. Major Howland earlier received
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News of the College
Philosopher Named
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ANIMPORTANT NEW appointment to the Dartmouth faculty was made by the Board of Trustees at its meeting on June 9 when it elected Dr. Thomas Stevenson Kirkpatrick Scott-Craig of Hobart College to the post of Assistant Professor of
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Glass Ranking on % of Objective
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Tentative Report as of July 20,1944, Including Estimated Income from ClassMemorial Funds
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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A. H. Goldstein '47
Indian Nine Opens 13-Game Schedule for Summer Term; Large Squad Reports to Earl Brown for Football Practice
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
FOOTBALL
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A. H. Goldstein '47
During the between-terms recess, William H. McCarter announced the signing of Walter M. Marshall, Notre Dame '38, as the Indians' line coach for the coming year, replacing Johnny Del Isola who accepted the position of
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Saudi Arabia
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Parker T. Hart '33, President
(In the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate)
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News from Alumni Clubs
Southern California
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Leon I. Rothschild '24
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Alumni Association held its annual meeting April 28th at the University Club in Los Angeles. New officers elected for the ensuing year were: Dan Lindsley '16, President; Sam Hobbs '12, first Vice
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News from Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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Donald Mackay '20
CHARLEY WIDMAYER '30, who has several jobs with the College that are concerned with the dissemination of news, was in town for a publicity meeting. James L. (Pat) Maloney '13, managing editor of the ChicagoTribune was in England at
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Class Notes
News from Alumni Clubs
Western New York
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M. R. Burlingame '26
THE ANNUAL CORNELL-DARTMOUTH PICNIC was held at the Buffalo Trap and Field Club on June 23rd. This congenial gathering brought together sixty-five from the two Western New York Clubs.
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News from Alumni Clubs
New York
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James T. White, Secretary
THE CLUB'S OFFICERS and Board of Governors were re-elected for another term. President Batchelder announced the following Committee Chairmen: Mac Rollins '11, House; Jack Davis '25, Entertainment; Kel Rose '15, Finance; Dick
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News from Alumni Clubs
Denver
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E. A. Toothaker '32
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALUMNI CLUB elected the following new officers at their last meeting:
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News from Alumni Clubs
Milwaukee
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Vaughn G. Berry '24
THE WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION is keeping the home fires burning. Our attendance at meetings in Milwaukee averages about twenty men. We had a dinner at the Wisconsin Club on May 25th. Lt. Tom Wollaeger literally swept in and out on
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News from Alumni Clubs
Northern California and Nevada
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OUR ANNUAL DINNER in San Francisco, Saturday, May 13, was truly a wartime event —soldiers, sailors, and many new faces, everything different from normal. President VanceCampbell '12, had to be in Chicago at the time, Assistant
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News of Associated Schools
Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen
THE SCHOOL OPENED in short form at 0800 July 1 with registration as part of the first meeting of each class. All expected were present or came in late except two. Pfc. John F. Gile Jr., AUS resigned in favor of an interlude
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News of Associated Schools
Thayer School
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Willam P. Kimball '29
A FTER A BRIEF BREATHING SPELL, the Thayer School has embarked on the second year of training Civil Engineer Corps and Deck Officer candidates in the Navy V-12 program. Present enrollment in civil engineering includes fourteen
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News of Associated Schools
Tuck School
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G. W. Woodworth
H. L. Duncombe Jr.
THE TUCK SCHOOL, along with the College, opened its new term on Friday, July 7, with a full complement of students training for Reserve Commissions in the Supply Corps. We now have two groups of men taking the fully prescribed
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
Mrs. Caro Bowman Parkinson died May 25, after a long illness. Parkinson, head bending low, sings the refrain of Old Black Joe.
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News from the Glasses
1880
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SAMUEL S. PERRY
It was a great pleasure to attend the meeting of Class Secretaries and Class Agents at Hanover June 9 and 10 to consider the status of the Alumni Fund of which the College is so much in need in this critical hour of wartime
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1882
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WALTER S. KELLY
A recent death among '82 alumni was that of Wallace I. Coburn at Turners Falls, Mass., on June 26, at the age of 84; which happens to be the average age of the class. Lawrence, the eldest, has just turned 88; and Webster, the
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1886
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HENRY W. THURSTON
Biff and Billie conferred with class secretaries, and others, in Hanover, June 9 and 10. Biff then went to Greensboro, Vt. Billie spent an evening in Hanover with a son of our Billy Williams and attended the funeral of Edwin A.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
This secretary enjoyed a feast of reminiscence at the "round-up" of class officers at Hanover. As the guest of the college we were housed at The Inn,—and given a superb dinner at the expense of Dartmouth. The saddest thing was
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News from the Glasses
1888
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ELEAZAR CATE
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
The secretary, who is ill in the hospital at Boothbay Harbor, sends word by his son Allan Cate '20, that he is unable to write the notes for this month, or the obituary for Warren B. Hazen. The obituary will appear in the In
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News from the Glasses
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Our fifty-fifth Reunion, held in Hanover June 15 to 18 last, brought together eleven of the twenty-two living members of our class. They were Bard, Bartlett, Blair, Chase, Davis, Dearborn, Ferguson, Frost, Moulton, Noyes and
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News from the Glasses
1890
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CHARLES A. HARDY
Reynolds and the writer attended the annual meetings of the Class Secretaries, treasurers and agents at Hanover, June 9 and 10. There were about two hundred class officers there and it was a very pleasant occasion Reynolds
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News from the Glasses
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
The Secretary has little to report at this time. However, he did go to the Secretary's gathering in Hanover and at that time saw Dan Richardson.
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News from the Glasses
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
FREDERICK A. MORRILL
The annual informal reunion of the Class of 1893 took place June 16 and 17. Present were Editor Harry Metcalf, Mrs. Metcalf, Engineer "Jon" Child, Judge "Ed" Griffith, Dr. "King" Martyn, Dr. "Lill" Eaton, D.M.C. '93, and your
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News from the Glasses
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
"We had the most wonderful Reunion that could possibly be held, or even dreamed It was simply perfect." So wrote Quincy Blakely in a moment of supreme enthusiasm two or three days after the Reunion. However, it seems to be a
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1895
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RONALD E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
"Clothespin" Richardson once enunciated in his inimitable manner his appraisal of the famous class of 1894 and of the over-modest class of 1895.
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News from the Glasses
1897
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WELD A. ROLLINS
Merrill Boyd's daughter is in Sicily working for the U. S., and his son is in Wyoming
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1898
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H. PHILIP PATEY
Jack Spring has done a fine job on the Alumni Fund and has put '98 up among the leaders. In fact, '98 has been well served since the very first. "Ted" Leggett set a good pace for the College and the class—then came two
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Forty-five at the Forty-fifth. That was the total attendance at a successful and very enjoyable reunion at the New Ocean House, Swampscott, Mass., June 24 and 25. Two days of rainy weather barred attractive outdoor recreation
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News from the Glasses
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
After a lapse of a year the class resumed its custom of holding a June Round-Up at the Follansbee Inn, Lake Kezar, North Sutton, N. H. This project was entered upon by the Executive Committee with some hesitation, as it was
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
News Notes. Waldo Davis has been seriously ill in the Memoriam Hospital in Worcester but the last news from his sister was to the effect that he was showing a steady improvement Nelson White is still carrying on the textile
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
On a beautiful June day this year, my wife and I journeyed over the hills toward Hanover. We passed through the quaint old Maine towns of Gorham and Cornish, through Freedom, N. H., with its watering trough full of flowers,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
Captain Herbert L. Kelley, Medical Corps, U. S. Navy, has been retired because of age, relieved of his command at the Bremerton Naval Hospital and assigned to the USN V-12, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.
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News from the Glasses
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
In 1851 the Chandler School of Science and the Arts was established by a resolution of the trustees in acceptance of a sum bequeathed to them in trust by Abiel Chandler, Esq. In 1893, by the joint action of the Trustees of the
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1905
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WALTER M. MAY
Congratulations to Carroll Alfred Campbell, who was elected on May 2, 1944, Eminent Grand Commander of the Grand Commandery, Knights Templar of Connecticut. Camp has been Past High Priest of Washington Chapter, No. 6,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
While I haven't seen the final figures for the Alumni Drive, the result for 1906 is something to be proud of. Very few class agents work any harder than Nat does. It is nothing for him to write five or six letters to the same
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1907
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HENRY R. LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
The class of 1907 was well represented at the annual meeting of Alumni organizations held in Hanover on June 9 and 10. Judge McLane and Bill Minsch attended meetings of the Board of Trustees. Phil Chase and Dick Lane met with
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News from the Glasses
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
ARTHUR BARNES
Lt. Bill Squier '40, son of our own George, recently was awarded a Navy Air Medal for putting some important Jap shipping out of business in the Southwest Pacific. We hope to obtain further details about this.
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News from the Glasses
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
The 35th Reunion of the Class of '09 is now history and all who attended acclaimed it the best reunion of all. It was held at the Mayflower Hotel, Manomet Point, Plymouth, Mass. The hotel was excellent, the beds a great contrast
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News from the Glasses
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
BEN WILLIAM'S new book Leave Her toHeaven is out, has been widely reviewed, is now listed among the best sellers. In discussing it, Ben wrote, "As a younger man I had thought that stark drama rarely touched normal lives; as I grew
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News from the Glasses
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
EDWIN R. KEELER
Citations have been received by sons of three classmates. Major John Jones, son of Carroll Jones, who is Superintendent of the New Jersey State Colony at New Lisbon, has been awarded the Silver Star by Admiral Nimitz with the
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News from the Glasses
1912
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HENRY K. URTON
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
Golonel Connie Snow recently made an inspection trip to California for the Signal Corps. He did a good job in rounding up classmates en route and with his old-time efficiency as class secretary makes his report:
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1913
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WAKDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
News was received in Manchester, N. H., that Lt. Charles F. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gilbert Gordon was missing in action after a bombing mission over Germany on April 18. About May 18 Gil received official War Department
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
Reading the following letter from Captain Alec Tuck, as I sit on my back porch watching a pair of American Goldfinches feeding in the birch tree, a few feet away, emphasizes how much we owe to those classmates sacrificing so
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1915
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DONALD C. BENNINR
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
A good Wah-who-wah for Kell Rose for doing a great job on the Alumni Fund campaign just closed—it was a tough spot to take over late in the year, but he went to it with his usual efficiency. The actual figures will come later,
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News from the Glasses
1916
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
PROF. JOHN B. STEARNS
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
Word has recently come that Roy Burghardt's wife died last Labor Day after an illness of long duration. The class expresses its deepest sympathy for Roy and for his son, now in service with the Marines in the Pacific theater.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1917
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MOTT D. BROWN JR.
DONALD BROOKS
The pictures this month are of particular interest not only because they give us an upto-date view of Don Green, but because they introduce our Class Twins, Don Jr. and Barbara, born June 11, 1919. Our twins may have been
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
From Mel Southwick (Calcutta, India) dated 2/24/44): "I was shorn of tonsils and kidney stones before leaving the States and flew out here from Miami last Oct.—to an old China hand like me, India has not the appeal it might have for
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News from the Glasses
1919
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J. KENNETH HUNTINGTON
MAX A. NORTON
At Hanover, June 9 and 10, could be found members of the Alumni Council and class officers gathered at the Inn or in sessions held at Dartmouth Hall and Baker Library. Jim Davis presented on behalf of the Class a handsome
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1920
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FRANK B. MOREY
ROSCOE ELLIOTT
This is absolutely the last call for your personal contribution to the 25th Report of the Class. If you haven't already sent us your 25-year story, don't be bashful about it. Get it in to Dick Pearson, Blind Brook Lodge, Rye,
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News from the Glasses
1921
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR.
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
First off, news from (and about) men in the service. On June 10, Connie Keyes (Ist Lt., TC) took a resolute step and was married to Irene Noblette Lowe (2nd Lt., WAC), of Detroit and Washington, D. C., at the Presidio of San
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News from the Glasses
1922
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ANDREW MARSHALL 2ND
ERIC C. MALMQUIST
There will be a story concerning the success of the Alumni Fund drive in other columns of this issue. As these notes go to press, word has not reached me concerning our own final results but interim word from Jack Dodd prior to
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
Twenty-one guns for '23, and that means you and you and YOU—all of you who responded generously to the call of the Alumni Fund, to send our class over its highest quota thus far. Uncle Johnnie Moore and his assistants are
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News from the Glasses
1924
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ALFRED A. ADAMS JR.
GEORGE G. TRAVER
Recent service promotions are Major Robert H. Ellinger and Major Albert E. Hadlock Jr.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1925
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PARKER MERROW
RUDOLF F. HAFFENREFFER 3RD
On Saturday, July 1, 1944, in the presence of witnesses Al Perkins said "I do." Mrs.. Perkins was Mrs. Jane Wagner Deane of Des Moines and New York. She is director of women's war activities for the National Broadcasting
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News from the Glasses
1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
ROBERT D. SALINGER
My thanks to Don Norstrand and Bob Salinger for the June notes and for giving us a once-over lightly of culture and the Broad A. The only trouble with guest editors is the resultant feeling that my own standard equipment is a
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINCS
Pittsburgh 30, Penna.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1928
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LT. (JG) OSMUN SKINNER
BRUCE M. LEWIS
The war has cut into our ranks. Lt. Jack Shoyer, USNR, was killed in a plane crash in Brazil. It is with a deep feeling of regret that '28 adds its first gold star to its service flag. An obituary is included in this issue.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
T. TRUXTON ERITTAN JR.
The accompanying picture of the Class Dinner—Detroit Division, shows Seth Jewell, Dick Eberline, Karl Pittlekow and Dick Brown pausing for a reunion beer between helpings of steak (ground) grilled in the open at Squire
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News from the Glasses
1930
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G. WARREN FRENCH
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
A unanimous vote of thanks to the class, in behalf of Class Agent McFarland, Treasurer Raymond and Secretary French, for the opportunity and privilege of getting back to Hanover for the first time in two years to attend the
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
WILLIAM A. GEIGER
This month's vacation from writing this column is like a shot in the arm, but like all other vacations you hate to get back to work. So roll up your sleeves* McAllister, and act like you were happy about the whole thing.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1932
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CARLOS H. BAKER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
From this Turkish bath which appears on New Jersey maps under the name of Princeton, I turn from Plato, Wordsworth and company to this midsummer batch of notes, the last of this scholastic year, though with us the scholastic
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
You will be shocked to learn of the death in action in the Pacific Area of Lt. HaroldG. Payne. Hal was serving on a carrier at the time of his death. This information has just reached us as we go to press and no further details are
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1934
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY
Lt. (jg) Hubert Johnson really turned on and put me in my place for overlooking the last half stripe he is wearing on his sleeve. Or, at least, that's the way Scherman's News-Letter has it. I might slip in a few cracks about
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
Our repeated plea for news has yielded a few responses, and we hope that the morsel we're able to serve at this sitting will encourage more of you to sound off from wherever you are, about whatever you're doing. Paul Guibord,
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1937
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JOHN H. DEVLIN JR.
Major Bill Bell, whose promotion was recently recorded, dropped us a line from the Southwest Pacific enclosing his donation to the Alumni Fund. July will mark two years in the Pacific area for Bill and he is looking forward to
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1938
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CAPT. CARL F. VON PECHMANN
ENS. J. CLARKE MATTIMORE
Our troops have moved out of the Anzio beachhead now, and this is what Art Koeppel thought about it:
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1939
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ROBERT C. DICKGIESSER
JAMES M. MATHES JR.
Marine Captain Bob Barvoets has accumulated 250 hours o£ combat flying as a dive bomber pilot in 80 missions against the Japs. Twenty-one of these missions were against Raboul where he is credited with direct hits on strategic
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1940
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JOHN MOODY
Again '40 is up with the leaders in the Alumni Fund, thanks as always to the response of the class to the appeals of Jack Rourke with the added assistance, this year, of Dick Babcock on the "Indian Drum." Being one of the minor
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News from the Glasses
1941
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LT. (JG) VINCENT R. ELSE
Ens. Peter M. Keir
I had sort of a vacation last month in that there was no ALUMNI MAGAZINE for the month of July. It was all to the good as the news from the various corners of the world was quite limited, however, I have plenty this time. The
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1942
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RICHARD E. BOLTON
What, another one? It's harder to keep track of the secretaries than of the class. Well, our aim is variety. It seems that your former acting secretary was hustled off on an overseas assignment and if you so wish you can obtain
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1943
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EDWIN A. BOCK
WILLIAM T. MAECK
The Secretariat is happily embarrassed this month by more news than this creaking column will hold, thanks to the hearty response to the recent postcard. Due to space limitations, we are confining this month's column solely to news
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1944
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
STEPHEN W. HOLMES
With deepest regret we report the deaths offour more of our classmates: George Galbraith, Kevin Gough, Bob Holman, and FredWulfekuhler. Further details are found in theobituary of this or subsequent issues.
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Class Notes
News from the Glasses
1945
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RALPH G. TYLER
There was no July issue of the MAGAZINE so a little news has accumulated, although far from the amount desired. Dick Welch reports from Fort Ord, Calif., that "Sid Hazelton's coaching of non-swimmers stands me in good stead, as
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Article
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1901-1905 Boston Dinner
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NOT FOR JUST ANOTHER reunion dinner, but to enjoy again in anecdote and hoary campus humor eight years of "Prexy" Tucker's Dartmouth, 65 members of the first five classes of the century met for their third group reunion in the
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Article
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Channel Cheerer
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When a pilot lands on the English side of the Channel, across what is known as the longest 21-mile stretch of water in the world, the person he is gladdest to see is Captain John Patrick English '16, whose difficult but
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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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