Issue: 19471001

Wednesday, October 1, 1947
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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PHILCO
PHILCO
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New Hampton
New Hampton
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THE OPENING of Dartmouth's 179th academic year on October 3 holds uncommon interest in the educational world, for it marks the start of the widely hailed Great Issues Course, required of all seniors. The ALUMNI MAGAZINE has
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Masthead
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This Month
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Gold Seal
Gold Seal
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WANT TO EARN
WANT TO EARN
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Wilder Dam
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Lettter from the Editor
Letter From the Editor
Press
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Exploring Great Issues
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Pan American Word Always
Pan American Word Always
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Guaranty Trust Company of New York
Guaranty Trust Company of New York
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Books
Books
THE HARDER THEY FALL,
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Joel W. Egerer
By BuddSchulberg '36. Random House, 1947, [vi]+ PP. 344, $4.00.
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Books
Books
WILLIAM ALLEN WHITES AMERICA
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Robert Lincoln O'Brien '91
By Walter Johnson '37. Henry Holt andCompany, 1947, 621 pages, $5.00.
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ALL THE BEST IN FRANCE,
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Charles R. Bagley
By SydneyClark '12. Dodd Mead & Cos. 1947. 365 pp.$3,50.
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Books
HELIX,
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Sidney Cox
By David Loughlin '43. Harper andBrothers, 1947; 242 pages; $2.50.
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THE MIND ON THE WING,
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Harold G. Rugg '06
By Herbert F.West '22. Coward McCann, 1947, pp. 308,$3-50.
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ADVERTISING,
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C. N. Allen '24
By Albert Wesley Frey '22.NY: Ronald Press. 1947, xiii + 746, $5.00.
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Books
Books
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
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Lewis D. Stilwell
By Prof.Robert E. Riegel (Dartmouth) and HelenHaugh. Scribner's, 1947, 852 pp., #2.92.
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Books
Books
The Governments of Foreign Powers
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Harold R. Bruce
by Philip W. Buck (Stanford) &John W. Masland (Dartmouth). Henry Holt& Co.; 1947; 440 pp.; $3.25.
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Alumni Notes
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Recent publications of Henry R. Viets '12 are: Nathan P. Rice, M.D. and His Trials ofa Public Benefactor, New York, 1859, reprinted from the July isue of the Bulletin ofthe History of Medicine; Boston Medical Library, Report of the
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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LA PROVINCE DE Quebec
LA PROVINCE DE Quebec
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Rogers Peet Company
Rogers Peet Company
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Union Carbide AND CARBON CORPORATTON
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HERBERT FAULKNER WEST'S
HERBERT FAULKNER WEST'S
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MacNaughton's
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Brooks Brothers, Chothing,
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Faculty Notes
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Professors Leon B. Richardson '00 and Andrew J. Scarlett '10 have just published a fourth edition, rewritten and much revised, of General College Chemistry.
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Dartmouth Faces the Issues
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ARTHUR E. JENSEN, PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
IT is MORE than twenty-five years ago that H. G. Wells observed that man's physical conquest of nature has so far outstripped man's moral conquest of himself that the history of the world has become a race between education and
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A WAH HOO WAH!
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FOR PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY '29, elected to the Board of Trustees of the Brookings Institution.
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THE GREAT ISSUES COURSE
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THOMAS W. BRAD EN '40
Dartmouth's Educational Experiment, Launched This Fall For All Seniors, Attracts Wide Interest and the Support of National Leaders Who Are to Lecture in the Course
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Outline of the Great Issues Course
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I. INTRODUCTION
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"Enter ye in by the Narrow Gate ..."
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ALBERT I. DICKERSON '30,
The Scriptural Injunction Applies Today to College Admissions, Which Are Here Discussed by the One Person Who Can Give Dartmouth Men the Authoritative Answers to Their Questions
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North of Boston
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PARKER MERROW '25.
THEY aint much happened sence the last writing. Trooper, he lugged in a city slicker what had been exercising a Buick down the cement at 75.
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With the Faculty
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WITH THE OPENING of the new academic year the Dartmouth faculty will put into operation the streamlined organization that was adopted last spring, following a detailed study and report by a Special Committee on Faculty
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Faculty Appointments
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THE APPOINTMENT of four new Assistant Professors was among several additions made to the faculty and administrative staff during the summer.
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Resigns Faculty Post
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Donald E. Cobleigh '23, Assistant Professor of Music, who for 13 years served as Director of the Dartmouth Glee Club, resigned his faculty position at the end of last semester. As his successor, Paul R. Zeller, director of high
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HOPKINS CENTER PLANS
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Advisory Committee Holds Summer Meetings and Recommends Changes To Increase Both Beauty and Utility of Auditorium Building
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With the D.O.C.
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JOHN A. RAND '38.
SUMMER ACTIVITIES
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HANOVER BROWSING
Novel by Ben Ames Williams '10 Hailed as Vivid Civil War Story
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HERBERT F. WEST. '22.
WHEN A REVIEWER writes about a 1500 page novel he has a good deal of responsibility. Ben Ames Williams '10 most obviously put in a prodigious amount of work in House Divided (Houghton Mifflin, 1947, $5.00). On his own
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News of the College
Dartmouth Night
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT will be held this year on the eve of the Pennsylvania game, October 10. In Hanover the program will include short talks by President Dickey and Coach Tuss McLaughry, speaking from the steps of Dartmouth Hall.
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News of the College
179 th Year Opens
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DARTMOUTH WILL OPEN its 179th academic year October 3 with the largest enrollment in its history. With a freshman class of about 675, the total student body is expected to number 3,100, as compared with the 1946-47 total of
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News of the College
New Administrators
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Two YOUNG DARTMOUTH graduates joined the administrative staff of the College this summer, Richard A. Sawyer '41 assuming the post of Assistant Registrar on July 1 and Elmer G. Stevens '43 taking over the position of Secretary
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News of the College
Final Fund Report
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THE GREATEST NUMBER of contributors in the history of the Dartmouth Alumni Fund gave $372,103.24 during the 1947 campaign to easily surpass the $350,000 goal.
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News of the College
Class Funds Enter Second Decade
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This fall marks the beginning of a second decade in the history of the present type of class endowment funds presented to the College as 25th Anniversary gifts. Interestingly enough it also marks the first year in which one of the "larger
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News of the College
Named Trustee
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AS THE LATEST honor in his growing list, President Dickey has been named to the board of trustees of the Brookings Institution. Members of the Institution met in Hanover during August for a seminar on foreign relations, and
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News of the College
Articles Win Award
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A special award of merit from the American Alumni Council has been given to the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE for its series of alumni written articles on Public Opinionin a Democracy, published earlier this year in the five issues
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News of the College
New Courses
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IN ADDITION TO the Great Issues Course for seniors, five new courses will be offered for the first time this fall. Three are in Philosophy and one each in Mathematics and Botany.
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News of the College
D. C. A. C. Finances
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THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Athletic Council closed its fiscal year June 30 with an operating profit of $16,800.05, almost double the 1945-46 surplus. Capital expenditures, however, of $21,836.13 caused a net loss in the General Fund
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News of the College
New House Mother
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Miss Lois A. DUNN, clinical instructor in medical nursing and supervisor of the medical service at the New York Hospital, has been named House Mother at Dick's House, effective October 1. She succeeds Miss Laura B. Gilmore, who
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Football Forecast
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26.
DARTMOUTH WILL BE considerably stronger this fall, but so will everybody else. That is the most candid characterization of the coming season that can be offered at this early date. These lines are written two weeks before the
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Hillman Memorial
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Plans for a memorial to the late Harry Hillman were announced last month by Charles F. McGoughran '20 and five other members of an alumni committee organized to raise funds for this tribute to one of Dartmouth's immortal
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Football Briefs
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Anthony Dougal, formerly Assistant Professor of Education and Athletics at the University of New Hampshire, was named in August to succeed Edward Zanfrini as trainer of Big Green teams. Zanfrini returned to Princeton after
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Fall Schedules
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FOOTBALL Sept. 27 Holy Cross at Worcester Oct. 4 Syracuse at Syracuse 11 Pennsylvania 18 Brown 25 Harvard at Cambridge Nov. 1 Yale at New Haven 8 Columbia at New York 15 Cornell 22 Princeton at Princeton J-V
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1947 Varsity Football Roster
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Name Alger, Stanley F. '48 Brown, Philip W. '50 Melville, James A. '50 Sarno, Joseph G. '50 Schreck, George G. '50 Winans, Bradford B. '48 Bucklin, Louis P. '50 Daukas, John B. '49 Gowen, Richard M. '50
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Class Notes
News from Clubs & Classes
Los Angeles
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CAP PALMER '23.
ONCE UPON A TIME, way back on June 14 —but we Angels pass up no chance to get our names in the paper—the local Dartmouths got together at the Recreation. Lodge in Elysian Park with the gentlemen of Penn and Cornell for the
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News from Clubs & Classes
Chicago
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FEATURE EVENTS
ROBERT MCCLORY '30
HIGHLIGHT of the Dartmouth he-man season in Chicago is always the Annual Field Day at Louie Leverone's farm near Half Day, Illinois. This year upwards of 160 of the granite muscled loyal sons gathered to swim, play softball,
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News from Clubs & Classes
Rochester
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R. L. PATERSON.
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Rochester, New York, held its annual summer picnic, July 19, on the spacious grounds surrounding the home of Clark Weymouth '26, in Rochester. More than 70 persons, including wives and friends, attended the
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Northern New Jersey
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Gus Perkings '21.
THIS FIRST ISSUE Of a new college year offers an opportunity to express the hope that you all had a good summer and that each will contribute his share toward a banner year for Northern New Jersey.
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The Great Divide
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DON MCKINLAY '37
Is This Your Handle?
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D-Night in Washington
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT in Washington, D. C.—October 10—Burlington Hotel, 1120 Vermont Avenue, N.W.— cocktails 6:15, dinner 7:15—general theme of program to be Dartmouth athletics, with a football speaker from Hanover—tribute to be
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Delaware
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Robb DE Graff '39.
DELAWARE'S SUMMER HEAT was forgotten one afternoon and evening early in July when about fifteen graduates, accompanied by wives, daughters, and sons, met at Bob Warren's ('25) farm for Softball, beer, volleyball, beer,
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San Diego
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VANCE DICKERMAN '31.
SAN DIEGO Dartmouth Alumni Association celebrated its second annual summer outing for members and their wives at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club on Saturday, August 9. Luncheon was served in the al fresco atmosphere of the
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Northern California
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B. L. WINSLOW '20.
"Freshmen—V p"
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Wisconsin
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VAUGHN G. BERRY '24.
THE SWELTERING DAYS of August became almost unbearable in these parts. Chronologically September would bring relief. Actually no. Then came the Dartmouth picnic at Ed Luedke's cabin, atop a pastoral hill among a group of
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Western New York
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN '26.
AFTER sponsoring a highly enjoyable and successful concert by the College Glee Club, which was followed by a dance at the Hotel Statler in Buffalo in April, the Western New York Alumni Association kept the Dartmouth spirit
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Bridgeport
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ROBERT S. STEARNS '38.
THIS is to advise that the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Bridgeport, Connecticut, will hold its first meeting of the fall season on Tuesday, September 16, at the University Club.
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News from Clubs & Classes
New Club Formed
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ONE of the newest Dartmouth clubs to be organized recently is the Dartmouth Club of the Southern Tier, which includes the southern counties of New York State and the northern tier of Pennsylvania.
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News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The MAGAZINE opens a new year with high hopes and ambitious plans for its column of
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News from the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
John Brooks and wife were registered at the Hanover Inn for an overnight stop on their way from Potsdam, N. Y., to Eliot, Maine, where they spent July and August in John's old home. Evidently they did not realize that route No.
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News from the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
The eight survivors of our class are not making much news these days. Still a few events of interest have come to my attention, so I pass them along.
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News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
The secretary is writing these notes from Dick's House connected with the Mary Hitchcock Hospital.
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News from the Classes
1888
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DR. WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
Robert Clark '28, son of John Lew Clark '88, has been in Geneva, Switzerland, as an adviser to the United States delegation at the International Conference. He flew to Geneva in a little over one day. His intimate acquaintance
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Upon the opening of another collegiate year your secretary desires to express appreciation of the many things done by members of the class which have aided him during the past year in the performance of his duties. Of the
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News from the Classes
1890
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JAMES B. REYNOLDS
The Secretary spent a few August days in Hanover, a peaceful spot with only 450 students in residence, at what, to the delight of the College authorities, is the last of the summer schools. But when the fall term opens there
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News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
James Francis Allison passed away on May 20 at his home in Sherborn, Mass. Under InMemoriam there appears a sketch of his lite.
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News from the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
It was certainly a shock to get a copy of the 55th Reunion picture of the Class—I wondered if we really were such a haggard and worn-out looking bunch as it indicated. It was a real relief to receive, a little later, some
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News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
Harry Metcalf has passed on. He died peacefully August 30th at the Carrie E. Wright Hospital, Newport, New Hampshire—of a cerebral hemorrhage which followed a series of mild shocks during the past two years. No member of '93
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News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
The Matt Jones Fall Round-up will return this year to its traditional date, namely—the eve of the Harvard-Dartmouth game. This year that will be Friday, October 24. Hour and place to be announced later. A good attendance is
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1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
During June the weather in Hanover and hereabouts was fickle, now too near frost and then almost too hot for comfort. June 8, Mrs. Stevens and I indulged in a luscious Sunday dinner at the Dartmouth Outing Club. The steak, aided
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1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Tom Ham spent the summer months with one of his sons in Brookline, Mass. He returned to his residence at 47 Bubier Road in Marblehead early in September.
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
WELD A. ROLLINS
Extra! Extra! Big Raid on Outing ClubTwenty-nine members of the Class of '97 served with a summons for immediate appearance at the "Hoosegow" in Hanover to answer before the Inferior Judge of the Inlerior Court of Grafton
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1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
Since the last class notes were sent in there have been two deaths among our classmates. Fletcher Swift died at Berkeley, Calif, on May 28, 1947 and Everett Hoyt died at Salem, Mass. on July 1, 1947.
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1899
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JOSEPH W. CANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Happy October birthdays to Gerould,Parker and Sleeper!
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1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Now ancient history, but to be mentioned that the record may be kept intact, is the 1947 June Round-Up of the Class, held at the Follansbee Inn, Kezar Lake, North Sutton, N. H., where such meetings have been taking place
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1901
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Locust Rd., N. W.,
Once again as your class secretary we had the very great pleasure of attending the Secretaries Meeting in Hanover. Here we enjoyed all that Hanover and the College has to offer in the delightful month of May. Such contacts with
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1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
We inveigled Tom and Estelle Barnes, this past summer, to leave their sea-side home at Gurmet Bridge, Brunswick, Maine, and come to Cape Elizabeth and have lunch and an afternoon with us. We had a grand time together and Tom
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1903
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DRI EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
Our next reunion, according to the new plan, will be held in June 1949. This will bring the three classes, '03, '04 and '05 back to Hanover at the same time along with '99, '94 and '89 of the older classes. It will be a great
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1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
Squid's letters during the '47 Fund campaign were interesting and amusing to the last drop. His method is subtle and his style evasively naive editorially, viz. his comment on a Beer-Party notice he saw in The Dartmouth: "In
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1905
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GILBERT H. FALL
After the summer's furlough your secretarv resumes his duties as Class reporter. In this first issue of the MAGAZINE he wishes to repeat the urgent appeal made a year ago for news items, letters and snapshots which would be of
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Joe Chase, who retired from the vice-presidency of the Virginia Electric & Power Cos. last March, was elected Mayor of Roanoke Rapids, N. C., for the second time on May 6. Joe went to Roanoke Rapids after graduation in 1906 and
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1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
The men who attended the reunion will remember that the Class Secretary was directed to express '07's loyalty to President Dickey and the affection of its members to President Emeritus Hopkins. Hop's reply read in part as
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1908
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LAURENCE SYMMES
WILLIAM D KNIGHT
ARTHUR BARNES
105 men in the class contributed $5048.03 to the Alumni Fund. The contributors, sparked by Art Lewis who did another good job as chairman, have reason to be proud of this excellent record.
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1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
Albert Hill, who recently retired from the Ministry, has sent in a most interesting reason as to why he is retiring and what he is doing. He wrote to Norm Catharin and also to me. The letter to Norm gives a litle different picture
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1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
The closing date for Class Notes on September 10 is the impelling factor that causes us to brush aside accumulated cobwebs of summer months and maintain 1910's record of consistency in this MAGAZINE—if nothing more.
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
It is with great regret that the death of another 1911'er must be recorded. Charlie Lyons died last June while on vacation in New Hampshire.
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
Reunion aftermath Upon leaving Hanover a number of classmates concluded their vacations in familiar New England hills. GuyLewis and brother, John '14, took a three-day fishing trip in Maine and rendered a technical account of his
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1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Didja hava good summer?
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1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
RANDOM NOTES THROUGHOUT A HOT SUMMER
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1915
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SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
In the picture accompanying the column, any resemblance between Herb Potter and a former Chinese War Lord is purely coincidental. Herb is now residing in the wilds of Texas where he is engaged in handling credits for a large
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1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
Of course I can't project my present mood (on 3rd Sept.) all the way to the day you receive this issue, but you can imagine how (if you'll pardon these personal references which the editors rather frown upon) I feel, sitting in
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1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
Believing that you are all still interested in the 30th Reunion, I asked Harry Fowler and Helen Brooks to write their account of the party. Harry writes as follows:
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1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
In addition to news of the drop of the hemline and the arrival of wasp waists were these headlines in the New York Times: "Yale Alumni contributed $372,242; the highest since 1920" and "Dartmouth gets $371,103; smaller than
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1919
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J. K. HUNTINGTON
MAX A. NORTON
The College schedule for Class Reunions received August 15 places our class in the 1948 spot with 1918 and gives us another good break. We are to celebrate our 30th in Hanover the weekend of June 18-19-20th, 1948 and do it a
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1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
Anne and Charlie Crathern are making a nice recovery from severe injuries sustained June 3, when their brand new four-passenger Stinson plane crashed on its first major flight north of Willcox, Arizona. Running short of gas and
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1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Well gang, it was a hot summer and this correspondent can only express the hope that everybody was fortunate enough to take their vacation in August and escape the heat. We are back to the old grind now and don't forget that at
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1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
STANLEY P. MINER
Besides the officers, the Executive Commit- tee consists of Alfred E. Davidson Jr., 2610 Simpson St., Evanston, 111.; Andrew Marshall2nd, 1837 Arlington St., Bethlehem, Pa.; and Herluf V. Olsen, Hanover, N. H. Feel free to
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1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
JULIUS A. RIPPEL
Hi! It's good to be with you again after the hottest summer in memory.
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1924
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JAMES T. WHITE
RICHARD A. HENRY
All members of the class are cordially invited to attend a class officers' and Executive Committee meeting to be held Sunday morning, October 12, at Moose Mountain Lodge a few miles from Hanover. The ski hut at the Inn will be
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1925
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WILLIAM J. GRIFFIN JR.
NATHAN BUGBEE
Thirty-eight '25ers and 33 wives reported at Pete Haffenreffer's annual Clambake, Dunking Party, Ball Game and Mountain Climb at Mount Hope, R. 1., on June 21. The party started at 10 a.m. at the swimming pool on the
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1926
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ROBERT D. SALINGER
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
Hope you all had a fine summer! Last spring, just missing the deadline for our June notes, Monk Bourne out in Santa Monica sent us an excellent report of the big Dartmouth shindig at Walt Disney's Studio in Hollywood. It must
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1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUM MINGS
If you happen to remember that beautiful and touching swan song we wrote for the June issue, you are entitled to a hearty chuckle or one loud boo, depending on your mood when you read above that same old butcher of the King's
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
RUPERT C. THOMPSON JR.
The Class of '28 really did itself proud in the Alumni Fund drive last spring. The details have been told in the class newsletter, but we just feel like talking about our record-breaking performance. The way everyone pitched in
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1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Thanks to Willsie Judge Brisbin's midsummer issue of Twenty-Nine Up, you have already heard the final results of the Alumni Fund and Duke Barto's Bourbon Derby, but before that major project is dismissed for another winter it
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1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Before getting to the notes gathered during these summer months (hope you were fortunate enough to get your vacation—ours continues to be a vague hope which may be materialized some time before New Year's), official thanks
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1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
Before we start in on this new college year of reporting the activities and whereabouts of '31 we ought to join in a hearty vote of thanks to Ernie Moore and Peanut Winslow for their excellent job on the Alumni Fund. You have
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1932
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MICHAF.L H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
It's the power of the press that got me into this job, I'm convinced. In his last column Carl Baker said the class secretary serves as a "small-bore St. Michael." Obviously the class moguls were sold on this idea, and decided a
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1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
The summer months have sped by with such incredible speed that we can hardly believe the plain fact that the last time we sat down at this battered portable to report to you it was mid-April and those of us who like to play at
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1934
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FRANKLYN J. JACKSON
Man bouncing down-town in the 3rd Avenue El yesterday afternoon about five looked like they wuz nothin' on his mind but his hat, a sadly warped leghorn that must have been the Last Straw. Fellow looked like it had been a tough
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1935
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H. REGINALD BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
Hope you all had a good vacation. Looking back it seemed like an awful short summer and whatever / had for a tan has certainly gone back where it came from. But here we are facing another fall of football and magazine
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1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
Back again, after a summer that we hope was pleasant for you all.
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1937
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ROBERT P. FULLER
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
Jack Devlin, who slaved as our class secretary before he was emancipated during the Tenth, warned me that there would be days like this during the next six years. We won't soon forget the grin on Jack's face' (from ear to ear)
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1938
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ROBERT H. RENO
EWART G. WALLS JR.
Whether you realize it or not, you will soon have been out of college for ten years, and in the ordinary course of events that means that a TENTH REUNION is coming up. Ours is scheduled for the weekend of June 18-19-20, one week
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
GEORGE R. HANNA
It seems as if just a few days ago we were breathing a sigh of relief because we had a long summer "sans" deadlines for Alumni News copy facing us. And here it is October and we're back at the typewriter once again. But it's a
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1940
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JOHN MOODY
JOHN F. WILLSON
The first news of fall 1947, we hope, will have reached you via a special edition of our Indian Drum before this gets into print. The plans for fall parties in connection with the various games are in such a state at this writing
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1941
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DONALD H, STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
Now to get going again where we left off in June. Hope you all had a good summer, and since last reporting to you there have been quite a few things happening to a lot of you. Wish our coverage could be more complete, but here
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1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
Before launching into the lives and times of the known portion of the Class of 1942, it might be well if I roughed out where I will be during the next few months in the vain hope that some of you will feel the necessity of writing
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1943
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FRED F. STOCK WELL
WILLIAM T. MAECK
Welcome back into the fold once againhope you've all had a pleasant summer, good vacation, and are all set for the coming year! This is a big year for us—five years out of college. You'll be hearing lots about that, our fifth
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1944
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DR. DONALD L. BURNHAM
This starts off a new year of Class of 1944 Notes; here's hoping the news is plentiful. As most of you probably already know, our first official class reunion will be held on the weekend of June 18-20, 1948, the same dates as for
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1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
Bud Tyler decided back in May that the job was too big, and Art Nichols decided that married life was a fine thing and so, after due parliamentary deliberation, I was selected to be the new coordinator of the affairs of '45.
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1946
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JAMES E. O NEIL
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
As another post-war summer session slips into the past the Administration here at Dartmouth is completing final preparations tor the influx of more than thirty-one hundred students who will invade the Hanover plain to register
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1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
Our class was officially graduated from the College this June and now with some 432 members, it should take a commanding position in Alumni activities. We will soon realize that reunions are few and far between and that a good
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Octogenarian
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One of Hanover's most familiar figures, Albert E. Rogers '92, known to nearly everybody as "Scoop" in tribute to his long journalistic career and his nose for local news, was on the receiving end of congratulations September
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Secretary Retires
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Henry D. Crowley '98 of Dorchester, Mass., class secretary for many years, retired May 31 as chief of the Social Security Division of the Boston office, U. S. Internal Revenue. He was 71 on July 5.
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Civilian Head of U. S. Navy
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Dartmouth alumni ranks gained their third Secretary of the Navy with the recent appointment of John L. Sullivan '21 to that post by President Truman. He succeeds James V. Forrestal '15, who was named Secretary of National Defense under
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Rudolph
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Here's the latest report on Rudolph,the Red-Nosed Reindeer, created by Robert L. May '26 of Chicago, and fast becoming a part of America's Christmas folklore.
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National Educator
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A major post in U. S. public education was assigned to Edwin H. Miner '27 of Fairfield, Vt., in July when he was named Associate Commissioner of Education by John W. Studebaker, U. S. Commissioner of Education, Federal
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A Good Start
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When R. H. Macy & Cos. opened its new Jamaica, N. Y., store, replete with roof-top parking and all, the crowd, confusion and headaches were terrificand a Dartmouth man was at the dead center of it. He was Richard M. Cukor
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Specialist in Specs
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CHARLES H. FOSTER '32 Tired of spectacle frames that look like imitations of "the backs of old turtles," Charles H. Foster '32, modern, imaginative president of American Spectacle Company, has done something about it, to
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Artistic Secretary
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Have you noticed the new sketch headings this month for the alumni notes section of the MAGAZINE and also for the Big Green Teams section? They are the work of Dick Jackson, 1939 class secretary, who is a staff artist with the
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The Dartmouth
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Alaska-Bound
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"Bear slaps Dartmouth graduate Gold-toothed bulldog seen by Dartmouth graduates Dartmouth graduates speak to only living pallbearer of Calamity Jane." And the ALUMNI MAGAZINE was the cause of it all.
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Rolf C. Syvertsen.
THE 153D SESSION opened on 29 September with forty-seven students, nine interns, twelve fellows and eighteen residents, for a total of eighty-six under instruction in the School and its affiliated institutions, Mary Hitchcock
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29.
As THIS is WRITTEN, our first postwar summer session is in full swing with forty-five second-year students enrolled in three summer session programs. Eighteen second-year civils are out in the fields alongside the Mt.
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C. C. HILLS
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AMIDCN'S
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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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TURKEYS
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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The World's Finest!
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TAYLOR'S
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Alumni Register
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