Issue: 19471101

Saturday, November 1, 1947
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THE HANOVER INN
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY
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Pinchurst North Carolina
Pinchurst North Carolina
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THE EDITORS HOPE that the ALUMNI MAGAZINE this year may enable its readers to share in many of the high spots of the new Great Issues Course. Full texts of important lectures by nationally prominent speakers will be printed
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Masthead
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This Month
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DARTMOUTH PUBLICATIONS
DARTMOUTH PUBLICATIONS
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COWARD-McCANN, Inc.
COWARD-McCANN, Inc.
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Books
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THE HAND IN THE PICTURE,
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Eric P.
THEODORE KARWOSKI
J. B. Lippincott Co.; Phila. andNew York pp. 241. $2.50.
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MOUNTAIN CLIMBING GUIDE TO THE GRAND TETONS,
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Henry Coulter '43
NATHANIEL L. GOODRICH
& Merrill F. McLane '42. Vermont PrintingCo. 1947, pp. 67, $2.00.
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THE PEARL OF HER SEX,
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Bill Cunning
KENNETH A. ROBINSON
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1947, pp. 182,$2.50.
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Alumni Notes
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Arthur D. Holmes '06 and Carleton P. Jones are the authors of Stability of ReducedAscorbic Acid in Mares' Milk, which has been reprinted from the July issue of The Journalof Nutrition.
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Faculty Notes
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A fifth revision of A Reading List on Business Administration, prepared by members of the Tuck School faculty, appeared in June.
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Gold Seal
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UNION CARBIDE
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TAYLOR'S
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Rogers Peet Company
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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NORWICH INN
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He gave me a $64 answer!
He gave me a $64 answer!
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Guaranty Trust Company of New York
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Tackling the Big Ones
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The Toledo Blade
The inauguration of a new "Great Issues" course at Dartmouth College, to be required of all seniors, is a significant extension of the trend of recent years away from exclusive emphasis on technical and specialized education,
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Great Western
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing,
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PHILCO
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Bank of New York
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Making Ends Meet
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DANIEL MARX JR. '29,
THE PROBLEM OF making ends meet is almost universal in periods of rapidly rising prices, but nowhere is it of greater concern than in the case of endowed institutions. A comparison of Dartmouth's postwar and prewar expenses, and
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Objective: $4,000,000
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C. E. W.
ALTHOUGH SOME REFINEMENTS remain to be made before the builders actually unroll their blueprints, the Hopkins Center Project has virtually completed its planning phase and has now turned to the job of raising the $4,000,000 that
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WHAT IS A GREAT ISSUE ?
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ARCHIBALD MACLEISH,
The Question, Central to the New Required Course For Seniors, Is Considered in a Brilliant Lecture By One of America's Foremost Men of Letters
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Convocation Address
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President Dickey, at Exercises Opening the 179th Year, Recommends More Humble Approach to "The World"
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Annual Budget Goes Up
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Mr. Edgerton's 1946-47 Report to Trustees Shows Cost of Operating College Has Passed $3,000,000
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Income and Expense for 1946-47
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*945-46AmountProportionComparisonIncomeFor Yearof Total $ 532,610.28 Student Fees 11,648,164.34 54-5% 533.309-H U.S. Navy and Army 839,869.01 Net Income from Investments 885,879.15 29-3 210,172.87
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CENTER CAMPAIGN OPENS
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October Meeting of Alumni Leaders Marks Official Start of Nation-Wide Effort to Raise $4,000,000 For Hopkins Center and Enlarged Physics Building
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Alumni Leaders in Hopkins Center Project
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NATIONAL COMMITTEE JOHN W. HUBBELL '21 National Chairman SIGURD S. LARMON ' 14 Chairman for Special Alumni Gifts LOWELL THOMAS Chairman of Parents Committee CHARLES J. ZIMMERMAN '23 Chairman for Regional Organization GERARD
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North of Boston
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PARKER MERROW '25.
THEY aint much happened sence the last riting. The other afternoon I got fed up with the phone and the intercom yapping in my ear. I set the seat of my pants into a flying machine. The air was quiet and solid, so I give the
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The, Undergraduate Chair
The, Undergraduate Chair
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JOHN P. STEARNS '49.
IN THE FIRST Undergraduate Chair of the year I should like to violate a few proverbs and cliches and talk about something which still has not reached the status of accomplished fact. It will be rather like cracking open an egg
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College Services Begin
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IN COOPERATION WITH the Church of Christ and St. Thomas Church, the first Dartmouth College Service of the fall term was held in Rollins Chapel, October 5, with the Rt. Rev. John Thcmion Dallas, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese
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News of the College
Fall Enrollment
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As OF OCTOBER 15, the 1947 fall enrollment was 2,978, the largest in the history of the College but slightly below early estimates. Last year's registration total was 2,822.
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News of the College
Alumni Council Meeting
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THE ANNUAL FALL MEETING of the Dartmouth Alumni Council will be held in New York City November 30-21. Karl W. Koeniger '17, of Newark, N. J., president of the Council, announces that the first gathering of the group at the
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News of the College
Dartmouth Night
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THE COMBINING OF the 53rd annual Dartmouth Night in Hanover, October 10, with a Penn game rally proved to be highly successful. Although the team failed to beat the favored Quakers the following afternoon, its spirited play
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News of the College
Five Join Faculty
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FIVE ADDITIONAL appointments to the faculty and the administrative staff were announced by President Dickey and became effective with the opening of the fall term.
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News of the College
PRESIDENT DICKEY GREETS THE NEW FRESHMEN IN TWO QUITE DIFFERENT WAYS:
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J Left, in the formal and traditional matriculation process, he meets each member of the Class of 1951 individually in the 1902 Room of Baker Library. Right, in the informal role of fellow Outing-Clubber, he speaks to one of the two large
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News of the College
Arctic Specialist
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PRESIDENT DICKEY last month announced the appointment of David C. Nutt '41 of Hanover as Arctic Specialist in the College Museum. Nutt has been granted a leave of absence from November to April in order to accompany a U. S.
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News of the College
Concerts Listed
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THE 1947-48 Concert Series sponsored by the Council on Student Organizations will open November 12 with Charles L. Wagner's production of Puccini's opera, Madame Butterfly.
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News of the College
Prof. Feldman Dies
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DR. HERMAN, FELDMAN, one of the most prominent members of the Tuck School faculty and an authority on industrial relations, died suddenly October 16 while playing tennis with a Tuck School student. He collapsed on the court and
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
DARTMOUTH 0, HOLY CROSS 0
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
A FIGHTING DARTMOUTH eleven opened its season by battling a favored Holy Cross team to a bruising tie, during which the Indians carried out no less than three heroic goal-line stands and hurled back the Crusaders on several
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DARTMOUTH 28, SYRACUSE 7
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
The offensive power that had been so frustrated against Holy Cross burst out in all its autumnal glory against Syracuse. After spotting the opposition a touchdown in the opening period (in a manner distressingly similar to the
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PENNSYLVANIA 32, DARTMOUTH 0
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
The next week the roof fell in. After a period of feverish preparation, both the team and the undergraduates believed that they had a fighting chance to pull one of the major upsets of the year. Even one of the national football
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DARTMOUTH 13, BROWN 10
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
This was one for the book, along with the Cornell Fifth Down game and the 33-33 Yale encounter of 1931. The winning Dartmouth touchdown was produced in the last eleven seconds of a game that had seen the fortunes and finesse of
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November Schedule
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FOOTBALL Nov. 1 Yale at New Haven 8 Columbia at New York 15 Cornell at Hanover 22 Princeton at Princeton
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Last Month's Results
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FOOTBALL—Dartmouth o, Holy Cross o; Dartmouth 28, Syracuse 7; Pennsylvana 32, Dartmouth o; Dartmouth 13, Brown 10.
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On Other Fronts
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
COACH TOMMY DENT has put together another strong Dartmouth soccer team, undefeated, at this writing, in its first three games. On their home field, October 18, the green booters got revenge by scoring a 2-1 victory over Army,
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News from Clubs & Classes
Central New York
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Bill Morton '28.
SYRACUSANS certainly knew that "Dartmouth's in Town Again" over the weekend of the Syracuse-Dartmouth game. Not only did the football team put on a most satisfactory exhibition from the Dartmouths' viewpoint but, in addition,
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Wisconsin
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VAUGHN G. BERRY '24.
OUR MONDAY noon luncheons, while continuing at the Astor Hotel in Milwaukee, have moved into a new dining room. We had no choice; they figured it would be better for us—the new room is nice, but we pay ten cents per meal more
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The Great Divide
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Don McKinlay '37.
SEPTEMBER was month of Bonfires, Song and Oratory extra ordinaire. Forty attended luncheon on the 18th in honor of nine highly potential freshmen: Bissell, Carey, Carson,Cohen, Fullerton, Hackstaff, Jacobey, Kent and McKibben
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Chicago
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ROBERT MCCLORY '30
Dartmouth Men—Luncheon Every MondayNoon, University Club
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Philadelphia
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CORNWALL MILLER '39.
ON MONDAY noon, September 22, the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Philadelphia entertained 14 new freshmen and their fathers at a luncheon meeting. Jack McLaughlin '28, president, welcomed the members of the Class of '51 from
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Boston
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DUNCAN H. NEWELL JR. '36.
WITH THE ARRIVAL of the summer months, the formal activities of the Association were recessed. As a consequence, the first note to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE in the fall finds no recent Association conclaves to report. The officers
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New York
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MILBURN MCCARTY JR. '35
DARTMOUTH activities in the New York City area got off to an energetic start for the 1947-8 season, with many dinners, parties, and other get-togethers planned for the largest membership (about 1500) ever on the roster of the
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Western New York
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN '26.
MEMBERS OF THE Dartmouth Club of Western New York and their wives will join in observation of Dartmouth Night, October 10. In honor of the occasion, the Club is holding a dance in the Chinese Room of the Statler Hotel in
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Central New Jersey
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Arthur J. O'Mara '09.
THE "DARTMOUTH NIGHT" celebration by the Central New Jersey Club was held at Asbury Park, N. J., this year. It was a dinner meeting at the famous Wheelmen's Club and the arrangements were perfect. Everyone enjoyed himself
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Washington
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OLIVER A. QUAYLE '42.
BACK AGAIN AFTER a hot and busy Washington summer! Running over the highlights of the summer of 1947, we first want to mention how happy we were to welcome many undergraduates to our Tuesday Luncheon Meetings during this
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Central Pennsylvania
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JOHN F. PAGE '39.
As GUESTS OF Sue and Frank Davenport '38, our summer-time get-together with our families was held Sunday, August 24, at their mountain lodge in Perry County. The picnic supper, the excellent swimming pool and, of course, the
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Long Island
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EDWARD W. WARNKE '19,
THE Fall Dinner Dance of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Long Island will be held Friday evening, November 7, at Niederstein's on Sunrise Highway, Lynbrook, Long Island.
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Kansas City
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Charles F. Yancey '46.
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Kansas City renewed its monthly luncheon meetings Friday, October 3, after a summer of inactivity.
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Baltimore
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Allen Barrett '44.
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Baltimore was shocked at its September meeting with the announcement that Bufford Hayden '40, had taken a new job in Wasmngton and thus was forced to resign as president of the club.
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Northern California and Nevada
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B. L. WINSLOW '20.
UNDERGRADUATE LUNCHEONS
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News from the Classes
1878
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WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
The class of '78, entering in 1874, and now seventy years old; consists of five nonagenarians, all graduates (the last non-graduate died in 1938), are all carrying on—each in his own way. Those of us old fellows, who are too
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News from the Classes
1883
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ALFRED E. WATSON
During the month of September, the secretary had planned to take a vacation at his summer camp on Lake Morey, Fairlee, Vt., but had spent but one night there when he was forced to seek medical aid at Hanover. The Mary Hitchcock
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1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
John Brooks with Mrs. Brooks, daughter Elizabeth and a friend spent a most delightful summer at Eliot, Maine, broken by a trip "down east" with a stop on a small island near Wiscasset and then to East Brooksville for a visit
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News from the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
With sorrow we announce the death of another '88 classmate, George F. Hardy. He was a graduate of the College who became most eminent as an engineer.
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frost have returned to their home in Swampscott, Mass. During the summer they were at their camp on Crystal Lake, at Gilmanton, N. H. An unfortunate acident happened there in June. Harry's daughter Doris
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News from the Classes
1890
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JAMES B. REYNOLDS
The College made a comparison of scholastic averages for a typical semester of the 1946-1947 college year. There were 1,293 fraternity men with a scholarship average of 2.459. The 1,304 non-fraternity men had an average of
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1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
Daniel Leon Smith passed away on August 28, in a nursing home in Boston. A short sketch has been prepared for In Memoriam.
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1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
A call on Calef at East Barrington, N. H., found him enjoying leisure, two of his sons having taken over the large country store known as "Calef's" throughout that section and the nation-wide cheese business, which Austin
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1894
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CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
A letter from Elmer Tenney's granddaughter was very disturbing because it indicated that Elmer was stricken so that he could not write himself. However, a letter has now come from the Major which indicates that even with a
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1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Word has just been received of the death of classmate Albert J. Powers. He had not been in good health for several years. At this writing, the only information I have is that he died August 30. Mr. Powers lived in Woodstock,
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
WELD A. ROLLINS
Three of our classmates represent the three fundamentals of the old college theory that graduates were preparing for teaching, law, and ministry. These three classmates were chums in college. An old picture shows them in their
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1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
Bill Mitchell reports that at least he survived the September hurricane in Florida with no great loss or distress.
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1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Happy birthdays in November to Boston,Galusha, Martin, Surrey and Woodman. The secretary also passes another milestone this month.
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1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
A sure way to induce people to move is to issue a directory. Already that of the Class of 1900, which you have just received, is out of date in some particulars. Mrs. Geneva Chesley, widow of Dr. Alfred E. Chesley, is now to be
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1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Ed and Edna Hunter are experiencing the joys of their first grandchild, a daughter, born this summer to Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunter, at Hanover, New Hampshire.
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1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
Bob Cushman seems to be moving through the woods in Manchester, N. H. The first address that I had was Walnut Street, the next Ash Street, and now I find it is 836 Beech Street. I wish you had come out of the woods, Bob, and
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1903
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EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
Harold D. King spent the summer in Ohio
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1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
A September 24 letter from Dominie Tubbscontained this unpleasant news:
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1905
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GILBERT H. FALL
Lou Wallis has left Wilbraham Academy after several years of service. Lou will be permanently located in Canaan Street, Canaan. It is easy to predict that we shall see Lou at all gatherings in Hanover.
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
"Craw" Bishop returned from Japan last June and was in New York recently trying to make connections to locate in Mexico City. I am sure "Craw" holds the record in the class for the time spent outside the U. S., living in nearly
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News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINCS
Recent visitors to Hanover have been Mr.and Mrs. Charles A. Wing and their daughter from Quincy, Mass., where Charlie is pastor of the First Parish Church; Dr. and Mrs. TuteWorthen of Hartford, Conn.; Jack Stilphen of Dover, Mass.
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1908
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LAURENCE SYMMES
WILLIAM D KNIGHT
Treasurer, ARTHUR BARNES Taftville, Conn.
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1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
During the summer months my notes have been accumulating and, I am sorry to say, the obituary notices have also been accumulating too fast. I have sent the In Memoriam notices through and you may have seen these but I am afraid
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News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
Just back from one of our frequent saunters into Hanover and does that country village seem to be crowded particularly when classes let out or when you seek a parking space .... seems like more cars than ever up there but
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
Add to the list of classmates who are no longer with us the names of Herb Clark and Bob Saxton. Bob, although he was here only one year, was a very loyal and interested classmate, and during his many years of critical illness
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL,
HENRY E. VAN DYNE
MORE REUNION AFTERMATH Correspondence still comes in from those who were at our 35th Reunion, evidencing the unanimous opinion that it was the best reunion yet, as well as from those who could not attend expressing regrets for
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1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
"T.D." Jexoett with Marian and Steve in Steve's car drove across the country to visit Betty and her family in California. A card from Zion National Park in Utah showed where they ate on August 30. We are indebted to "T.D." for
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News from the Classes
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
Last month we forgot to mention Dartmouth Night at the Pops, which was so long ago that we should be excused. The writer saw and talked with ten most of them with their ladies. Charlie Batchelder and Buff,Ernie and Louise Kimball,
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1915
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SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
Chuck Ingram writes in to say that he sees Justin McCarthy frequently. Mac is Chief Engineer for the St. Regis Paper Co. in the Northwest. Here is something for Thornt Pray to think about. Chuck says that Mac only concedes ten
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1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
Speaking of coincidences, and we should be in these times, I was reading a letter from Leigh Rogers who it seemed had a birthday, and he referred me to a reprint of an article he wrote for Harper's Magazine, relating his
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1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
Seems like Seventeeners took a long vacation this summer. Perhaps some are resting up from that wow of a reunion, and others just holed up for the season. Anyhow, news is very scarce. With the "Woild Serious" out of the way and
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1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
One by one, Stumpie Barr, (Ass't. Treas. of College, Treas. '18, Hanover, N. H.) has been reporting the class dues billed July 1. Some goose eggs still appear. Have you paid your $3.50 'his fall yet? PA-leese- and soon. Thank
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1929
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J. K. HUNTINGTON
MAX A. NORTON
Full details about our Reunion Plans for June, 1948, will soon be made known and the 30th Reunion (in our 29th year) Committee will be named in the December issue of Class Notes. Why not make plans now to be in Hanover next June
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1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
Chicago holds the center of the 1920 stage this month. Touring the American Heartland in late September, your correspondent found affairs in topnotch shape in the Windy City. Laddie Myers was reported still agile to the
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1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Prexy Torn reminds us that we still have a long way to go on the questionnaires, so here we are again, plucking the same old string. If you boys who have sent in your questionnaires get tired of it, just put the heat on
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1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
STANLEY P. MINER
Around the middle of September, MaxKenyon took off on a two weeks' business trip to Mexico City, according to the Saddle River notes in the Ridgewood (N. J.) News.
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1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
Mayor Irish Flanigan called a meeting of your Executive Committee for October first. Fronting for us on arrangements, Pern Whitcomb smuggled us into the parqueted and panelled precincts of the University Club of New York on the
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News from the Classes
1924
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JAMES T. WHITE
RICHARD A. HENRY
Earl Daurn has just been given a promotion in the General Motors Export Corporation. After climbing the ladder with service in Africa and India, in 1943 he was brought back to this country and given an important position in the
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News from the Classes
1925
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WILLIAM J. GRIFFIN JR.
NATHAN BUG BEE
Back again with the news! Mart Reeves has joined the legal department of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas R. R. Mart is the guy, you'll probably recall, who, along with BuddyHunt and Stu Wright, almost had the New Hampshire Yankees
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News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT D. SALINGER
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
PRINCETON GAME NOVEMBER 22 AT PRINCETON Bring your picnic lunch to the Terrace Club in Princeton. Bob Cleary has made arrangements similar to last year for the class to picnic on the terrace and grounds of the club, which is handily situated near Palmer Stadium.
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News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
It doesn't seem possible that another month has passed, but here we are with another deadline to meet and very little news received. To be sure, you have not as yet read our pleading words in the October column, which words, we
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
RUPERT C. THOMPSON JR.
It is with deep regret that we report the death of Dick Chapman, on September 9, at the Yonkers General Hospital. For the past ten years Dick had worked for the New York firm of George F. Hardy & Son, consulting engineers. A
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1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Two such high-grade reports have just been received that they are recorded herein as prepared with no further comment than grateful thanks for contributing to the improvement of this column. The, first one comes from Herb Ball:
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News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
There I was, far afield for a Bostonian and even further afield for a small town Westerner, —riding in New York's interborough subway. Notwithstanding the good and rare fortune of having a seat, I was nevertheless selfconscious
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News from the Classes
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
Allah, be praised! The tide turneth. The first to respond to our plea for up-to-the-minute dope via Bill Shuldenfrei, were JimMcElroy, Gale Freeman, Maury Whittinghill,Ned Stanford, and Sey Burge.
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News from the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
Washington weather is delightful again. It gets that way in the spring and fall every year. Streams of tourists have been coming steadily, but this is the season they should choose. This is sort of an invitation to all of you, and
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News from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
We've been having simply incredible weather here in Hanover this fall.... and when your sec'y starts reporting the weather, you know why.... clear, beautiful warm days, when the temptation to get out on the golf course instead
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News from the Classes
1934
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FRANKLYN J. JACKSON
It is with deep regret that we report the sad passing of two of our number, almost on the same day in August. On the twenty-third, Gordie Watts succumbed to Hodgkin's Disease after a long and courageous struggle, at Memorial
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News from the Classes
1935
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H. REGINALD BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
Ah, Novemberl Crisp mornings with crystal frost on the yellow grass. Clear, star-lit nights. Breath blowing before you in a cloud of steam. A comfortable fireplace with the glow of dying coals reflected across the sparkscorched
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1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
Ren Ostrom, who by his own admission "still works eight hours a day in the salt mines and spends the other 12 at home with a crabby wife and four yelling kids," sent us one of his periodic west coast round-ups. To bring you the
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT P. FULLER
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
During the month, official business sent your secretary to Greenfield, Mass., for an afternoon and evening visit with Art Ruggles, and we now have a necessary understanding of our Treasurer's problems and ambitions.
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1938
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ROBERT H. RENO
EWART G. WALLS JR.
I have been sitting behind this typewriter for fifteen minutes trying to think of something to write about in the absence of any communications this month from my worthy classmates, with the exception of one solitary letter.
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News from the Classes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
GEORGE R. HANNA
It is with great regret that we report the deaths of two of our classmates. Woodrour W.Russell was killed in an auto accident on August 27 (Necrology-November). Mail returned to the College indicates the death of PaulCash, although at
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News from the Classes
1940
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JOHN MOODY
JOHN F. WILLSON
We just had a good little '40 party up in the hills of Vermont. It should have been bigger, but with late word to the clan made later by second class mail (lesson No. 10 in how to be an efficient class secretary) it was probably
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News from the Classes
1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
As promised last month, we will start out this column with a little first-hand information for a change—thanks to a three-week-stay in Chicago, during the course of which some '41 were seen, and something found out about a lot
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News from the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
Before launching into my tiny torrent of old, stale and leftover '42 news, it might be well if I briefed you people on the machinery of the current class dues campaign which is now underway. This is the first year '42 has been
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1943
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FRED F. STOCK WELL
WILLIAM T. MAECK
FRED F. STOCKWELL
You fellows have let me down this month! My notes in the October issue were so long that the Editors had to cut out quite a bit of them—this month it's the exact opposite, I hardly enough news to fill one column. I'm
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1944
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DR. DONALD L. BURNHAM
The news is discouragingly sparse this month, but here's what little has trickled in this direction: The "Dartmouth Night" dinner here in Washington turned up Karl Sorg, who is attending Georgetown University Law School and
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1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
More 45's are reported to be new editions to the teaching staff on Hanover Plain. TomMurray has joined the Economics Department as an instructor. George Rice is helping out in Psychology and Phil Hildreth is instructing in Zoology,
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News from the Classes
1946
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JAMES E. O'NEIL
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
When a Dartmouth man pauses for a few brief moments to recall fond memories of his college days, he cannot help but recollect the natural beauty that will forever be synonymous with Dartmouth. This is especially true of the
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News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
I had previously hoped to publish results of the electionjfor the class executive committee this month, but election returns are not yet complete. Another month should do the trick.
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Article
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Canine Genius Baffles Hanover
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ONE OF NATURE'S mysteries, in Hanover at any rate, is how Beebee, an aging Irish setter, knows precisely when Robert L. Burnap '94 is due to visit town and arranges her schedule to be on the Hanover Inn steps to greet him upon arrival.
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No More Whistles
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A lifetime pass to all Big Nine football games was given to William D "Bill" Knight '08 this fall in appreciation of his 35 years as a football official.
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Big Green Booster
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Dartmouth has been receiving a boost in the Cleveland area through the real estate advertisements of John F. Anderson '34. College cheers and nicknames have been tied in with descriptions of houses and lots being offered
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FRANK BROTHERS
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THE BELLEVIEW-BILTMORE
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TURKEYS
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Awarded Fellowship
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Harold S. Bowman '46, Tuck '4B, has been selected by the Committee on De- grees and Honors of Tuck School as the recipient of the Gulf Fellowship in Business Administration for the aca- demic year 1947-1948. Mr. Bowman, in
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EMERSON SCHOOL
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New England Balsam
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29.
THE REGULAR SCHOOL YEAR opened at Thayer School last month with 113 students divided, as evenly as possible, between the first- and second-year classes. The distribution of first-year students among the four curricula is quite
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Associated School News
Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN.
DURING THE ACADEMIC year 1797-1798 "the first full course of Medical Lectures was delivered by Dr. Nathan Smith at Dartmouth." This Sesquicentennial Year of the founding of the School has, so far, been marked by the launching
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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G. W. WOODWORTH.
H. L. DUNCOMBE JR.
THE Tuck School is again in high gear after a very welcome summer vacation— the first since 1941. We are all in excellent spirits, our buildings have been "dressed up" with some beautiful new drapes and we have a fine group of
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Obituary
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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The New Dartmouth Plaque
The New Dartmouth Plaque
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4719181_19471101_000151.xml
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COLLEGE SEAL GLASSWARE
COLLEGE SEAL GLASSWARE
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4719181_19471101_000152.xml
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE
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4719181_19471101_000153.xml
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Frederick Smith, A.M.
Frederick Smith, A.M.
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4719181_19471101_000154.xml
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NORTHWOOD SCHOOL
NORTHWOOD SCHOOL
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4719181_19471101_000155.xml
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SAINT JOHNSBURY ACADEMY
SAINT JOHNSBURY ACADEMY
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4719181_19471101_000156.xml
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Vermont Academy
Vermont Academy
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4719181_19471101_000157.xml
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Article
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"Doc" Wood Dies
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Henry B. "Doc" Wood, for 20 years a member of the College's buildings and grounds department, died October 9 at the home of his sister, Mrs. Allen Abbott of Dover Point, N. H. He was 86 years old.
4719181_19471101_000158.xml
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Alumn! Register
Alumn! Register
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4719181_19471101_000159.xml
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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4719181_19471101_000160.xml