Issue: 19480201

Sunday, February 1, 1948
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Front Cover
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33rd Annual Alumni Fund Report
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Scenes from our Junior Ski School
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Dave Heald '42,
Some at Schoolare reallySome - willtheir kneesSome at stare thrilledBut all have learnedtheir A B Skis!!
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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Great Western
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THE MAJOR PART of this month's issue is given over to the 33rd annual report of the Alumni Fund, covering the 1947 campaign. The names of all contributors will be found listed with the notes from the classes and associated
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Masthead
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This Month
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THE MUTUAL LIFE
THE MUTUAL LIFE
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Canadian Canoe Trips
Canadian Canoe Trips
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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COFFEE TABLE
COFFEE TABLE
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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A Dissenting View
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PHILCO
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NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
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TAYLOR VERMOUTHS
TAYLOR VERMOUTHS
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Books
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BURR OAKS,
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F. Cudworth Flint.
by Richard. Eberhart '26.Oxford University Press, 1947; viii 68; $3.00.
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THE UNITED STATES--EXPERIMENT IN DEMOCRACY,
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Allen R. Foley '20.
by Avery Craven and Walter Johnson '37. Ginn and Cos., 1947.pp. 886, $5.00.
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AREA STUDIES IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES,
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George L. Scott '25.
by William Nelson Fenton '31.American Council on Education, 1947,Foreword and 89 pages, $1.00.
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LINE OF DEPARTURE,
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Herbert F. West '22.
by Peter Viertel '41.Harcourt, Brace & Cos., 1947; 316 pages;$3.50.
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THE CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FAMILY,
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Andrew G. Truxal.
by Ernest R. Groves '03 and GladysHoagland Groves. J. B. Lippincott Company, 1947. pp. 838, $4.50.
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GEOLOGY OF VICTORIA ISLAND AND ADJACENT REGIONS,
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J. W. Goldthwait.
by A. LincolnWashburn '35. Geological Society of America, Memoir 22, 1947. 142 pp.
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THE OTHER KINGDOM,
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Vernon Hall JR.
by David Rousset;Translated and with an introduction byProf. Ramon Guthrie. Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947; pp. 17}, #2.75.
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The Dartmouth
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Who Shall Go to College?
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DANIEL MARX JR. '29,
THE PROBLEM of who shall go to college may, as a result of the appearance of the first two volumes of the report of the President's Commission on Higher Education, now be deliberated by the entire populace and not reserved as a
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A WAH HOO WAH!
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FOR DR. JESSE w. STILLMAN '14, head of the Analytical Division of the Chemical Department of DuPont, chosen by the Chicago Section of the American Chemical Society as one of the ten best analytical chemists in the country.
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ATOMIC ENERGY CONTROL
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CHESTER I. BARNARD,
The Proposals for an International Authority Are Examined in the "Great Issues" Course By One of the Leaders in This Thorny Field
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THE 1947 ALUMNI FUND
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RICHARD A. HOLTON '18,
The Chairman, Reporting on Past Year, Praises Exceptional Results, Highlighted By the New Record in Number of Gifts
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Alumni Fund Chairmen
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1915-18 FRED A. HOWLAND'87 1919-20 EDWARD W. KNIGHT '87 1921-23 THOMAS W. STREETER '04 1923-24 CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT '00 1925-26 ALLAN L. PRIDDY '15 1927-28 GEORGE M. MORRIS '11 1929-30 FREDERIC H. LEGGETT '98 1931-32
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
OF SPECIAL INTEREST to the Dartmouth 'family is Frances Tysen Nutt's Three Fields to Cross, published late in 1947 by Stephen-Paul Publishers, New York. Mrs. Nutt is the wife of Henry H. Nutt '13 and the mother of David Nutt
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Faculty and Friends
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WHO CONTRIBUTED TO 1947 FUND
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Alumni Fund Statement: 1947
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Contributions for year ending June 30 Income from Class Memorial Funds 6,362.66 Income from Special Funds for Annual Credits 4,228.491372,103.26 DEDUCT EXPENSES Assistants $8,089.05 Office Expenses 7>243-89 Class Agents'
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Contributions by.Classes in the 1947 Alumni Fund Campaign
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The "Scoring Base" is the number of living graduates plus one-third of the living non-graduates. The "Participation Index" replaces the old "% of Contributors" and represents the proportion of contributors to the scoring base. The Additions
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Outstanding Class Accomplishments: 1947 Alumni Fund
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Green Derby Winners
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Thayer Report
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F. H. MUNKELT '08,
ENGINEERING MEN GAVE $15,094 FOR RECORD ABOVE THE FUND AVERAGE
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Dartmouth Regulars
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"Dartmouth Regulars" are those who have contributed to the Fund ten or more consecutiveyears or ever since graduation, for five or more years. The last column is a special honor rollof those who have contributed every year since graduation or since
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Alumni Notes
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The reply brief for General Electric Company by Thurlow M. Gordon '06 in the case of General Electric Company and GeneralElectric Supply Corporation, Petitioners, against Federal Trade Commission, Respondent, has been issued as a
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Faculty Notes
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Recent publications of Professor Roy P. Forster are: An Examination of some Factorswhich Alter Glomercular Activity in theRabbit Kidney, reprinted from the October issue of The American Journal of Physiology, and, with the late
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On the Air
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According to present plans, two nationwide radio broadcasts will originate in Hanover during Winter Carnival weekend. Lowell Thomas will give his newscasts from Hanover both Thursday and Friday, Feb. 12 and 13, at 6:45 p.m.
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Alumni Fund Records 1915 to 1947
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Scoring Con- Participation % ofYear Base tributors Index Objective Received Objective 1915 ... ... 536 .. . ... ... $ 6,580.27 . . . 1916 ... ... 726 .. . ... ... 10,170.49 . . . 1917 ... ... 1,066 ... ... ... 17,540.77 . . . 1918 .
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With the D. O. C.
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Robert S. Monahan '29.
FAVORED by continued freezing weather and frequent snowfalls, the Club's winter program is off to an early start. By mid January the official snow depth on Observatory Hill was 22 inches, the Oak Hill ski lift had operated
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Newsletter Editors for 1947 Fund
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Class
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Green Derby
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This combined score of Participation Index and per cent of objectives is the most significant criterion of all-round Alumni Fund achievement.
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The Undergraduate Chair
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John P. Stearns '49.
LITTLE PARTY over at the house tonight; ought to take in the hockey game, J too; bunch of guys off for Stowe this weekend; maybe Joe'll get me a date. Maybe you could get him to drive down to Smith tomorrow? Guess not, he's got
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James Walter Goldthwait
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Richard E. Stoiber '32
Hall Professor of Geology, One of the College's Ranking Men of Science, Dies Suddenly at the Age of Sixty-Seven
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News of the College
Alumni Council Elections
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ANNUAL SPRING ELECTIONS of members of L the Alumni Council whose terms expire June 30 are announced by the Secretary of the College, Sidney C. Hayward '26. Certain positions on the Council will become vacant and in some
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News of the College
Southwestern Meetings
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ROBERT K. CARR '29, professor of government, will be the principal guest and speaker at several annual dinner meetings of alumni clubs in the Southwest and West next month. His trip is a further extension of the Alumni College,
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News of the College
Cited for Report
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PRESIDENT DICKEY and Prof. Robert K. Carr '29 of the government department were cited by the American Political Science Association last month for their work on President Truman's Civil Rights Committee report, To SecureThese
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News of the College
New Dartmouth Reunion Plan Which Goes into Effect This Year
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HOW TO READ THE CHART The new Dartmouth Plan for class reunions shown here takes effect in June. Classes are listed in the left hand vertical column and calendar years are listed in the horizontal line across the top of the chart. Each
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News of the College
Reunions Coming
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REUNIONS THIS JUNE will mark the inauguration of the new Dartmouth Reunion Plan, devised by Prof. Robin Robinson '24 as a means of bringing back to Hanover classes that were in college together. The plan was approved by the
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News of the College
New Center Chairman
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RUDOLPH F. HAFFENREFFER '25 and Osmun Skinner '28 have been added to the list of regional chairmen for the Hopkins Center Project. Haffenreffer heads the Rhode Island region, succeeding Rupert Thompson '28. Skinner will be in
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News of the College
New Faculty
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A NEW INSTRUCTOR in the physiological sciences and two teaching fellows in geology were three appointments to the faculty announced by President Dickey last month.
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News of the College
New DCU Secretary
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THE REV. GEORGE KALBFLEISCH of Philadelphia, Pa., formerly assistant director of the Department of Young People's Work, Board of Christian Education of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., has been appointed secretary of the
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News of the College
Carnival Program
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FRIDAY, FEB. 13 10:00 A.M. Downhill Ski Race, Moose Mountain. 12:30 P.M. Arrival o£ the Special Train from New York. 1:00 P.M. Arrival of Special Train from Boston. 2:00 P.M. Cross-Country Ski Race, Golf Course.
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News of the College
Alumni Club Meetings
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI in New Haven and Bridgeport will hear Prof. Allen R. Foley '20 at dinner meetings early this month. He will address the Dartmouth Club of New Haven Tuesday evening, February 10. The following night he will
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Western Alumni Meetings
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BEGINNING WITH THE regular Monday luncheon of the Chicago Alumni Association at the University Club, March 15, the Secretary of the College, Sidney C. Hayward '26, will open a series of alumni club meetings that will take him
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News of the College
Hanover Holiday
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THE NINTH ANNUAL Hanover Holiday has been scheduled again this year for the period between Commencement and reunion weekends, June 14 to 17. As always, meetings of alumni college are open to everyone and Professor Herbert W.
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News of the College
Hospital Supt. Dies
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DONALD S. SMITH, consultant on group hospitalization for the College and for the past ten years superintendent of Hanover's Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, died at the hospital December 23 after a brief illness. He was 52
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Dartmouth Editor
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JOHN P. STEARNS '49 of South Orange, N. J., who is Undergraduate Editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, was named editor -in-chief of The Dartmouth last month, succeeding Thomas W. Gerber '43. Stearns, who was managing editor of the
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
BASKETBALL
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Francis E. Merrill '26
The basketball team is currently suffering from serious malnutrition, growing out of a long string of successive occasions on which they have failed to taste the heady fruits of victory. Starting with the Christmas trip
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HOCKEY
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In contrast to the unhappy excursion of the basketball team, the hockey team had a delightful time. A fiesta known as the Intercollegiate Hockey Circus was held in the Municipal Auditorium in Buffalo from December 29 to January
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With Big Green Teams
OLYMPIC HOCKEY
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Those readers of this family journal who follow hockey closely need not be informed that the United States is currently planning to enter two separate and rival teams in the winter Olympic Games to be held at St. Moritz,
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SWIMMING
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Francis E. Merrill '26
As we go to press, Coach Michael's charges have participated in only two contests, both of which they won handily. They opened against Bowdoin on December 13 by the score of 40-35, after which they disposed of R.P.I, by the
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SQUASH
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Over in the squash courts, Red Hoehn's racquetmen have been blasting their way to one of the best records in years. Led by Captain Zeke Straw of Manchester, N. H„ the team has wins over McGill, Williams, Army, Trinity, Wesleyan
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Remaining Winter Sports
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BASKETBALL
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Last Month's Results
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BASKETBALL—Dartmouth 68, St. Michael's 36; Holy Cross 75, Dartmouth 61; Temple 73, Dartmouth 54; Seton Hall 57, Dartmouth 52, Manhattan 53, Dartmouth 50; Columbia 64, Dartmouth 54; Princeton 55, Dartmouth 42; Dartmouth 64,
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North of Boston
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Parker Merrow '25
THF.Y aint much happened sence the last riting. I am setting to my desk enjoying a few private evil thoughts when a big State Trooper treads in and allows that the High Sheriff has just spoiled a new Ford. We all feel very low
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Promoted to Admiral
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Dartmouth's newest Rear Admiral, Paul L. Mather '18, became Associate Administrator of the War Assets Administration, January 6, succeeding Jess Larson, recently appointed Administrator.
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Adopt French Town
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R-PHE TOWN OF HANOVER through its Citizens' Overseas Aid Committee has "adopted" the village of Argentan, France, to which it has already sent contributions of food, money and clothing. The Dartmouth Undergraduate Council
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News From Clubs & Classes
Philadelphia
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Cornwall Miller '39.
ON MONDAY, JANUARY 5, THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Philadelphia held its first postwar luncheon for alumni, undergraduates and fathers, at the Sylvania Hotel. Sixty-four attended the affair and were welcomed by JackMcLaughlin '28,
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News From Clubs & Classes
Berkshire County
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Harry B. Johnson '04.
KINGSBURY S. NICKERSON OF PITTSFIELD was elected president of the Dartmouth Club of Berkshire County at the annual meeting held Dec. 30 in conjunction with a dinner at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. He succeeds Robert S. Newman of
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News From Clubs & Classes
Chicago
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Robert McClory '30.
DARTMOUTH MEN
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News From Clubs & Classes
New Haven
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K. D. Gilchrist '19.
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, in spite of traveling made miserable by a heavy storm the previous day, 46 of our local alumni with their sons and undergraduates with their fathers got together at Ceriani's for luncheon. We enjoyed
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News From Clubs & Classes
St. Louis
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Marty Kerwin '33.
IN ORDER to set the record straight, we wish to publish a correction concerning our president, Howie Mullin '27. In a previous letter we placed him in the Class of 1928- maintains that he got through the College in the
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News From Clubs & Classes
Western New York
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E. Paul Venneman '26.
MEN OF DARTMOUTH IN WESTERN NEW YORK gave "a rouse for the College on the hill" during the recent holiday season. The reason—Buffalo's first Inter-Collegiate Hockey Circus. The sponsors—the Dartmouth Club of Western New York,
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New Britain
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Harold Beloin '29.
THE ANNUAL WINTER MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of New Britain was held January 3, at the Hotel Sheraton. Undergraduates home for the holidays were invited to be the guests of the Club. After a hearty meal, Curt Sheldon '09
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Bridgeport
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Robert S. Stearns '38.
A SPECIAL HOLIDAY MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION of Bridgeport, Conn., was held on Saturday, January 3. This meeting had originally been scheduled for Saturday, December 27, but was postponed due to the heavy
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The Great Divide
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Don McKinalay '37.
QUESTION: Should Dartmouth Purchase theDenver Athletic Club? Some feel we should. At the undergraduate luncheon Dec. 29, with optimistic reservations for 50, 75 showed. Every other man in the joint wore a green fez—or feathers. In
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Cincinnati
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Art Motch '38.
ON DECEMBER 30, A CHRISTMAS COCKTAIL PARTY was held at the University Club. It was good to see so many of the fellows who hope to go to Hanover next fall and those now in school. There was a good turn-out of men from most of the
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Cheshire County
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Russell G. Putney '22.
THE THIRTY-I'OURTH annual meeting of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Alumni Association was held at the Hotel Ellis, Keene, N. H., on Monday evening, December 29, 1947. Fifty members and guests were present, the largest gathering
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Central Ohio
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DECEMBER 27, 1947—COLUMBUS ATHLETIC CLUB—holiday cheer and lunch enjoyed by 13 undergraduates and 17 alumni. Those are the statistics that describe this year's undergraduate-alumni meeting, one of the most pleasant events on our
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Northern California
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B. L. Winslow '20.
EVERY WEDNESDAY WE MEET AT NOON for luncheon in a private room at St. Julian's in San Francisco. Throughout the year 1947, many a traveling Dartmouth man has been "surprised to find so many he knew there." At the last meeting of
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Wisconsin
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Vaughn G. Berry '24.
PRESUMABLY IT DOES NOT HAPPEN OFTEN. When a rival college alumni group contributes to the Dartmouth Alumni -Fund the fact should not only be properly recorded, but a certain amount of ballyhoo is warranted. When we met with the
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Delaware
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Robb De Graff '39.
THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS GET-TOGETHER between Delaware undergraduates and Delaware alumni was held December 29, as a luncheon at the Hob restaurant in Wilmington.
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Maine
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Allen Hazen '39.
THE MAINE ASSOCIATION had its first meeting of the new year on January 5, when 22 members from Portland and nearby towns gathered at the Graymore Hotel to entertain seven current undergraduates on the last full day of their
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Baltimore
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Allen Barrett'44.
ONE OF THE HIGH SPOTS OF THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of Baltimore's social season occurred December 30, when Judd McCarthy '26 sponsored a party for current undergraduates in his company offices on Loch Raven Street.
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New York
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Milburn McCarty Jr. '35.
FOLLOWING AN OPEN HOUSE at the Club on New Year's Eve, for which almost a hundred alumni showed up, a full-fledged schedule of Dartmouth affairs in New York City was launched for the year 1948.
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Long Island
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Jack Coulson '39.
ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, THE OFFICERS and executive committee of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Long Island held the first business meeting of the year at Ed Warnke's 'l9. Those present were John Shaw '27, Sid Voice '27,
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Worcester
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Donald G. Mix '21.
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF WORCESTER COUNTY'S 1947 Fellowship luncheon was held on December 26, at Putnam and Thurston's Restaurant in Worcester. Prof. AllenR. Foley '20 was kind enough to get up at five-thirty the day following
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Cleveland
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J. Richard Loughry '34.
THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON, held on Saturday, December 27, at the Mid-Day Club, was an overwhelming success. There were 233 present to hear Professor Allen R. Foley give an excellent and most interesting talk entitled "The 3
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Manchester
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John R. McLane JR. '38.
THE ANNUAL ALUMNI-UNDERGRADUATE LUNCHEON held on December 27 was a great success. In fact, the attendance was more than twenty percent greater than it has ever been. The undergraduates and applicants for admission in next year's
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North Shore
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Edward R. Butterworth '30.
THE DARTMOUTH GLEE CLUB will give a performance at the Marblehead High School Auditorium on Saturday evening, March 27, under the joint sponsorship of the North Shore Dartmouth Club and the Smith Club of the North Shore. Alumni
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D. N. A. A.
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MAX PRYOR
J. FREDERICK PFAU III
Fund Contributors for 1947
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1883
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ALFRED E. WATSON
In view of the editor's letter concerning the February issue of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, it seems doubtful if many, even if any, late graduates of the College are aware of the inception of this publication which is a
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1884
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Joseph S. Matthews,
Bell, Louis1 Carr, Wesley G.2
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1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
JOHN P. BROOKS
The secretary and Mrs. Austin arrived in Florida, November 1, for their 25th season. They find that St. Petersburg has grown in population very materially since 1923. It still retains the friendly atmosphere that has always
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
JAMES W. NEWTON
Sam Rose seems better than he was a year ago. He enjoys the ALUMNI MAGAZINE and appreciates the attentions o£ his class. Send him a "Cheerio" at 60 Pierce St., Greenfield, Mass. His granddaughter Carol, Philip's daughter, is a
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1887
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Albert E. Hadlock,
Bartlett, Samuel C.1 Bingham, George H. Blakey, John M.2 Brackett, Frank P. Burnett, Edward A. Carpenter, Charles L.3 Conn, Charles F.4 Corwin, Carl H. Cunningham, Joseph T.5 Cushman, Henry O. Emerson,
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1888
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Wendell Williams,
Cate, Eleazar1 Clark, John L. Dunlap, Fred T. Hardy, George F. Keay, Forrest L. Lougee, William W. Spencer, Henry F. Walker, Fred A.2 Williams, Wendell MEMORIAL GIFTS FROM: 1 Son, Allan M. Cate '20.2 Income
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
HARDY S. FERGUSON
Curtailment in all class notes for this February issue is made necessary by the 33rd Annual Alumni Fund Report and names of all contributors appearing in this issue. We gladly give way. In these important Fund campaigns our
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1890
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JAMES B. REYNOLDS
The tremendous distance that the College has come, since our bathless dormitory days of occupancy, to the streamlined, comparatively gilt-edged condition of today, is well illustrated by a pamphlet de luxe just issued over the
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
An interesting Christmas greeting from Heald contained a recent photo of him and Mrs. Heald.
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1892
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Willia, F. Geiger,
Allen, Harry C. Belknap, Willis C.1 Blood, Edward F.2 Clark, Charles A. Coombs, Harry E. Doty, Vernon A.3 Earl, William B. Emerson, William R. P. Geiger, William F. Gould, Charles H.4 Hall, Edward K.5
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1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
WILLIAM R. JARVIS
Carroll Langdon Flint died at Burlington, Vermont, September 26, after a long illness. "Silver," as "Jim" Van Horn nicknamed him, was one of the most popular members of '93, but during the years following our graduation very
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1894
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RFV. CHARLFS C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMI'S
The word which appeared in this column in December about Ted Allen was perhaps an illustration of what one does when "he whistles to keep his courage up." B. Smalley, his most intimate friend in the class, and the writer of this
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
WILLIAM F. RICE
Inasmuch as this column will contain a report of the Tucker Alumni Fund contributors of '95 and a picture of "Silver" Rice, Class Agent, in the February issue, I am yielding space for that purpose. Let's hope that "Dud" West,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Since the War, January is the month for examinations at Dartmouth. The cover of the January 1948 ALUMNI MAGAZINE shows an undergraduate rubbing the nose of the bust of Dean Laycock in the Baker Library, to insure good luck in
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
WELD A. ROLLINS
MORTON C. TUTTLE
This month I am going to make a personal report o£ a visit to Hanover, where Elizabeth and I went to attend a fraternity banquet in December. When the train reached Holyoke, we were sure there would be snow at Hanover. There
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
JOHN R. SPRING
Perhaps in preparation for the coming 50- year reunion, some of the class are again basking in warm climes. Fred Bennis is located at Hotel Upham, Santa Barbara, Calif.; FredLord is at 250 President Street, Dunedin, Fla.; Melvin
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
The Department of English at Princeton University is sponsoring the establishment of two endowed funds to provide the University with special book collections in honor of Dean Emeritus Robert Kilburn Root and Professor Emeritus
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Concerning addresses we are doing even better than reported in the annual holiday letter sent to each of the names on our mailing list. In that letter, it was said that, the mailing list now contains the addresses of 141 living
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Mortie Growell's new address is 3475 Norfolk Road, Cleveland Heights 6, 0hi0..... "K" Bryant reports a total of nine grandchildren, can any one in the class beat that? We think that is the record Gene Dow is enjoying his new
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
PROF. ROY W. HATCH
The Englewood New Jersey Press of November 20 features an article headed "New Jersey's Historian," who turns out to be none other than our dear friend and classmate, Prof. Roy W. Hatch. In it X find that Roy was born in
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1903
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DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
MORTON B. FRENCH
Harry Watson, our president, had a happy Christmas. Edith is gaining splendidly after a prolonged illness, and Grandpap and Grandmaw have recently been presented with two more grandchildren—total, nine in all. As president of
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
CHARLES I, LAMPEE
Squid's appearance at the masthead is a promise that with the 1948 Fund Campaign there will be another enjoyable series of '0 ■news bulletins; that there will be a good response for the Tucker Fund and the Hopkins Center
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1905
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GILBERT H. FALL
FLETCHER A. HATCH
Your secretary expresses his appreciation for the letters received and the many kind messages sent in response to his letter and the directory. His fondest hope is that the little book will bring together many of the class who
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
ROBERT M. BLOOD
The class treasurer reports that as of December 31, ninety-seven (97) members have paid their dues. This is still short of last year's record so if you are one of the delinquents send Norm a check now so he can still lead the
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
WILLARD H. CUM MINGS
JOHN R. MCLANE
That fine looking young naval officer who attended our reunion, Ensign Reuben Parker Prichard Jr., was married on November 27 to Martha Jean Moore in the United States Naval Academy Chapel, Annapolis, Maryland. Congratulations
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1908
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LAURENCE SYMMES
WILLIAM D KNIGHT
ARTHUR BARNES
Robbie Robinson of Des Moines attended the fall meeting of the Alumni Council in New York City in November. Robbie is the only man in the class on the Council, now that the terms of Artie Soule and Jack Everett have expired.
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1909
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HARRY R. FLOYD
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
JAMES F. GREENEBAUM
I take it that Hal Hall has considerably improved as I have an address for him now at 8 Ralph Avenue, White Plains, New York.
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
Ken Phillips, Omaha Philosopher-Huntsman, expounds his way o£ life, "I eat a lot, play a lot and do not take work seriously, having discovered the way to live 100 years if I can keep it up long enough, stay in the shade and
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
MALCOLM G. ROLLINS
Like a country newspaper, this column gives an opportunity not only for the Wheeler brothers to thank each other for their neckties, but also for the secretary to express his thanks for the kind messages received at Christmas
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
ROSCOE G. GELLER
Two of the Christmas cards received by your Secretary carried greetings to the Class. From Alexandra Hedlund:
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CON ANT
JOHN J. REMSEN
Just before Christmas we received a letter from Mrs. Gertrude K. Howard of Keene, N. H., Elbridge Kingbury's sister advising that she was administrix of his estate and she was sending $1000 to Hanover for the Class Memorial
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
JOHN F. CONNERS
To Rufus L. Sisson Jr., D:D.—DEFENDANT
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1919
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SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
JOHN R. MASON
Doodles Gish reports being at the Yalegame where he ran into Ray and Olive Kingand Dud Rogers. Also the Columbia gamewhere he, Joe Harris, and Phil Murdochrepresented 1915. Attended the 1.8.A. convention in Florida during December, probably as an
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
WILLIAM H. MCKENZIE
The first '16 Notes of 1948 Belated acknowledgment of Christmas cards from Hollis Nickerson, Fletch Andrews, Dan Dinsmoor and Louie Bell Louie has been awarded his Dartmouth A.B. degree and diploma, due to mopping-up operations
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
HOWARD A. STOCKWELL
All Class Note writers received word from the ALUMNI MAGAZINE that the February issue was to be mainly devoted to a report of the 1947 Fund Drive, and were requested to cut down just as much as possible to leave room for the
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
Not having heard much lately from DickWhite, Wash. D. C., (Executive Sec. of the Amer. Assn. of Nurserymen), former roommate of Doc Ray Barrett, Doc George Daniels,Rev. Clint Carvell, Les Brown and LarryWallis, we can't report what Dick
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1919
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J. K. HUNTINGTON
MAX A. NORTON
ROSCOE A. HAYES
Four months from the time you pick up this MAGAZINE and scan class news will find many of us ready, willing and anxious to shove off for Hanover and make the 30th Reunion (in our 29th year since 1919) another long-to-beremembered
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
ALLEN R. FOLEY
Surveying the ghastly remains of New York'sheaviest snowstorm on record, we turn ourattention happily—if enviously—to the SunnySouth and the balmy shores of the Pacific.Paul Richter escaped from New England andlocated in the blue grass region just
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROGER C. WILDE
Reminder to out-of-town firemen as well as the faithful in and about New York City. The '21 Cocktail party will be held at the Dartmouth Club of New York on Saturday, February 28, from 4 to 7 o'clock. Cliff Hart is planning to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
STANLEY P. MINER
Just to prove that one is only so old as he feels, Carroll Dwight recently contracted the mumps. He is making a good recovery and is able to be back at business, although on a part-time schedule for the present. He admits it
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
JOHN E. MOORE
By the time you read this, the Father-and-Son Dinner will have taken place in Hanover, and we hope to have an on-the-spot report of it for you in the next issue.
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1924
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JAMES T. WHITE
RICHARD A. HENRY
DONALD E. COYLE
WHO'S WHO AMONG CLASSMATES'SONS IN HANOVER
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1925
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WILLIAM J. GRIFFIN JR.
NATHAN BUGBEE
LLEWELLYN P. WHITE
Ninteen members of the class turned out for the '25 luncheon, which was engineered by Bob Misch, at the Dartmouth Club of New York on December 16. That's quite a turn-out. Everybody had a good time and decided to have a class
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1926
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ALBERT E. M. LOUER
ROBERT D. SALINGER
Since this is the annual Alumni Fund issue our opening paragraphs this month are, with apologies to AI Louer, going to be a sort of open letter to you from the secretary on the subject of "How are we doing Fund-wise."
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY E. CUMMINGS
Hope you all had a swell Holiday Season and that the New Year has started auspiciously for you and all your family. The Arnold menage at "Head-acres" with three little youngsters, had a very exciting, though strenuous,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
RUPERT C. THOMPSON JR.
WILLIAM G. MORTON
This being the annual Alumni Fund issue, we have been instructed to cut our notes by a third to make room for the names of contributors.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
WELLINGTON F. BARTO
Hal Leich, from the relative temperate clime of Bethesda, Maryland, observes that "not all members of our class are content to sit by the fire when 'the wolf wind is wailing at the doorway' if we can believe the 1948 issue of
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
JOHN F. RICH
"Brownie" Brown, writing from Louisville, said, "Yes, I came down here to get away from northern blizzards." (And you may be sure, Brownie, that you have really escaped plenty of snow.) On December 1, Brownie was transferred
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
ERNEST H. MOORE
Having torn off various and sundry Christmas thank-you notes, we'll keep the typewriter hot with more class news. It really shouldn't be called news because you will read this late in February and much of it is bound to be old
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN H. WOLFF JR.
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
Some nice long and newsy letters have come in this month, but in the interest of the list of loyal contributors printed in this issue, I shall hit the high spots only, and keep some of the meat for later on.
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News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
JOHN S. BLACK
Once a year we secretaries get a note from ye Editor reminding us that the Alumni Fund issue is coming up and for once we'd do well to check the boilerplate at the door, pare our flowing periods to the bone, and otherwise
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1934
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FRANKLYN J. JACKSON
WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN
On the practical premise that you're only middle-aged once and you might as well enjoy that middle-age while you have it, this department kind of overdid things on New Year's Eve. Oh it started out mildly enough, as those deals
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1935
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H. REGINALD BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
ROBERT W. NARAMORE
This month we begin with the second installment on John Thirty-five. In January we described him briefly and located him geographically. Now we turn to his marital status; its causes, effects and results. In the first place,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
ROBERT L. PATERSON
Your local cinema will never show "The Secret Life of Pete Fitzherbert"-but this epic had an auspicious premiere at the '36 dinner at the N. Y. Dartmouth Club, the week before Christmas. The technicolor opus, otherwise known
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1937
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ROBERT P. FULLER
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
ALAN W. BRYANT
Rog Allen is hereby nominated the Home Run Baker for this month on the basis of a highly informative letter addressed from Keflavik Airport, Iceland.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1938
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ROBERT H. RENO
EWART G. WALLS JR.
ROBERT H. CARSON
Possibly before this reaches you, you will have received the first in the current series of The Pace Setter, which Johnny Emerson has very generously offered to edit. We all remember the more than commendable job which Lynn
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
GEORGE R. HANNA
DUNCAN L. FARR
HERE & THERE: We were glancing at the Dartmouth Club of N. Y. newspaper the other day and the words Keith Anderson leapt into view. Reading on, we found that Keith is representing the Club as a member of the squash team, which
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1940
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JOHN MOODY
JOHN F. WILLSON
ELDON E. FOX
We started the new year off in great form —by confusing a couple of John Manleys. Apologies to ours, who may consider that our brief attempt to libel him as a potential bigamist is here retracted. It appears that there are two
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
LEWIS K, JOHNSTONE
We have slowly been digging ourselves out of a whiz-bang snowstorm here in New York —the biggest ever they say—and then a sleet storm followed throwing the suburbs for a loop by depriving a number of residents of light and heat.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
ADDISON L. WINSHIP II
Somehow or other, I once again find myself at the old stand, massaging one of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE'S Remingtons. In the past few months I've managed to wear such a wellworn groove between Hanover and Grosse Pointe, Michigan,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1943
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FRED F. STOCKWELL
WILLIAM T. MAECK
JOHN A. KOSLOWSKI
If you fellows have been as snow-bound in your territory as we have in Boston, then you'll see the reason why my news for this month is rather limited. I want to keep it down too, because of the list of names in connection with
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1944
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DR. DONALD L. BURNHAM
HOMER G. BOGART
Don't forget our class reunion this coming June, the weekend of the 19th! Christmas brought forth a card from TedMortimer. He and Joan are living at Vallejo, Calif., while Ted is practicing pediatrics at the Navy Hospital at Mare
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
JAMES M. KNOWLES, JR.
Here is some more news of '45's on campus. Tim Lewis received the varsity "D" in football this past fall. Ted Belfit is a mainstay on this year's swimming team. RogBrown and Fred Covalt are pious members of the Judiciary Committee
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1946
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JAMES E. O'NEIL
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
THOMAS K. BURNAP
The Dartmouth Winter Carnival is once again just around the corner and this year it promises to be one of the most spectacular ever. Harlan Brumsted is Carnival chairman and has really done a fine job organizing and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
EDWARD P. SCULLY
This month's issue of the MAGAZINE announces the fine news that our class has again distinguished itself in Alumni Fund competition in the Little Green Derby. The final push provided by Class Agent Scully and his cohorts was
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1948
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JACK E. TRACY,
PARENTS
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Class Notes
News from the Classes and Class Fund Lists
1949
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Fund Contributors for 1947
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Article
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Gifts From the Old Guard
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1786
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Article
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An Insurance Whiz
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The editors have had strict instructions from the 1918 secretary not toprint the following item, which we werefoolish enough to tell him about. It is100 good to keep, and he can sue us ifhe wants to.
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Article
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Accompanies Expedition
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The chance to visit and study a heretofore uncharted region populated only by detached Chinese tribes who never heard of the Communist party has taken Richard P. Goldthwait '33, professor of geology at Ohio State University,
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THE PRUDENTIAL
THE PRUDENTIAL
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Associated School News
Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN, M.D., Dean.
WEARE STARTING OFF the new year very much encouraged by early replies to our letter asking you to speed up our Hospital Expansion Campaign. We know that we must be dreaming with the gift average, so far, at $500 but it is
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Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29.
WHILE NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY, along with various other parts of the country, were suffering from an oversupply of snow and ice during the holiday season, Hanover was enjoying some of the best skiing conditions of recent years,
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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G. W. Wooworth.
H. L. Duncombe Jr.
THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS having drawn to a close, the Tuck School is again in high gear for the final three weeks of the current semester. For the faculty the holiday was a busy time. Some of our activities are noted in the notes
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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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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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