Issue: 19480401

Thursday, April 1, 1948
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C. C. HILLS
C. C. HILLS
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A WILDERNESS TRACT OF 26,000 acres in northern New Hampshire—known as the Dartmouth Grant—is one of the College's important assets; yet its history and what goes on there are not very widely known among Dartmouth men. The
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Masthead
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This Month
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Gold Seal
Gold Seal
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Guaranty Trust Company of New York
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Books
Books
NAW SU
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VERNELLE W. DYER,
by Harry I. Marshall 'oo. Falmouth Publishing House, Portland, Maine; 1947- 351 pages. Price: $2.75 (Illustrated by Audrey Rands).
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ALL THE BEST IN ENGLAND,
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HERBERT F. WEST '22.
by SydneyClark '12. Dodd, Mead and Co., 1948; 340pages; #3.50.
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ELEMENTARY MEDICAL PHYSICS,
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GORDON FERRIE HULL.
byHoward O. Steams '15, Macmillan Co., NewYork, 1947, pp. xiii, 354. $4-75-
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HORMONES AND HORTICULTURE,
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C. L. WILSON.
by George S. Avery '24 and Elizabeth B. Johnson, in collaboration with Ruth M. Addoms and Betty F. Thomson. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1947; pp 326; $4.50.
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SOCIAL PROBLEMS ON THE HOME FRONT,
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GEORGE F. THEIUAULT '33.
by Francis E. Merrill '26. Harper & Brothers, 1948. 254 pp
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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EGO-INVOLVEMENTS,
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IRVING BENDER.
by Muzafer Sherif and HadleyCantril '28. John Wiley and Sons, 1947; pp•525; $6.00.
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FEDERAL PROTECTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS,
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LESTER B. GRANGER '18.
by Robert K. Carr '29. CornellUniversity Press, 194J, pp. 284. $3.00.
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COOKING BY THE CLOCK,
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ALICE VAN LEER CARRICK.
by Jean andClarke Mattimore '38. Farrar, Straus 6- Co.,1948. pp. 250. $3.00.
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Alumni Notes
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The Bulletin of the American Association ofUniversity Professors, Winter 1947 number, has an article by Francis H. Horn '30 entitled AnEvaluation of Biarritz American University.
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Prof. Robert K. Carr '29 is the author of ToSecure Our Civil Liberties, appearing in the February 15 issue of Social Action.
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PHILCO
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CLOTHING,
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JACK INGERSOLL '11
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BIENVENUE A QUEBEC
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THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORK
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Bank of New York
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Let the Colleges Hit Back
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ARTHUR S. ROBERTS'OO
WITH characteristic clarity and vigor President Baxter has presented in the Atlantic the financial plight of Williams College today and by inference the worse situation of many another private college which has rendered notable
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A WAH HOO WAHI
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FOR CHARLES N. SAFFORD 'OB, elected President of the Lovejoy Tool Company, Springfield, Vt.
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STOMPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Stumps and Scholarships
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ROBERT S. MONAHAN '29
THE CHECKERED HISTORY of the Dartmouth land grants starts even before the College Charter. When Eleazar Wheelock decided that his charity school for the Indians had outgrown its facilities at Lebanon, Connecticut, and should be
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST 22
GORE VIDAL sent me an inscribed copy of his newest novel, The City and thePillar (Dutton, 1948) and lest I be biased I asked Mrs. Albert I. Dickerson to write a brief review for me. This is what she wrote: "Ostensibly this is a
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THE COLLEGE MUSEUM
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Repository of 119,000 Teaching Items
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Edward Tuck as Consul
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RICHARD G. WOOD '22
National Archives Records in Washington Give Details Of Early Period in Career of Dartmouth's Benefactor
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With the D.O.C.
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ROBERT S. MONAHAN '29.
LATE-SEASON SKIING HOLDS CENTER OF INTEREST IN FULL CLUB PROGRAM
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D.O.C. Honors Rand
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John A. Rand '38, Director of the Dartmouth Outing Club, in charge of undergraduate activities, was honored by the Club last month by being elected a lifetime Honorary Member, a distinction reserved "for persons who have
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Naval Experiment
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PROF. DEMAREE HAS A MAJOR HAND IN COURSE ON SEA POWER HISTORY
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News of the College
Alumni Council
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THE PROCESS OF filing nominations to fill coming vacancies on the Alumni Council has been completed. Alumni clubs are empowered to submit nominations for membership from their areas. Of the nine District terms expiring June 30
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News of the College
1948 Alumni Fund
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THE 1948 ALUMNI FUND CAMPAIGN opened last month with the mailing to all Dartmouth men of a statement of the Fund Committee's aims for this year. Citing the rapidly rising costs of running the College, the Committee set a
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News of the College
Alumni Club Meetings
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DEAN NEIDLINGER WILL address the Dartmouth Club of Washington, D. C., on Wednesday, April 7, at the Hamilton Hotel. This is a change of date from March 25 announced earlier. The Dean of the College will also meet with several
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News of the College
Term Enrollment
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TOTAL ENROLLMENT AT THE START of the second semester February 16 was 2,829 as compared with a record-breaking 3,001 last fall. The difference is attributable to the 139 seniors who completed their courses, the 56 men either
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News of the College
Ivy League Admissions
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IN order to permit applicants for admission to make their decisions freely and without the pressure of varying deadlines, eight leading eastern colleges including Dartmouth have entered into an agreement to give prospective
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News of the College
Friends of Library
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may be obtained by writing to Prof. Herbert W. Hill, director. THE FRIENDS OF THE DARTMOUTH LIBRARY marked their tenth anniversary last month by publishing a list of rare books and papers which have been added to the
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News of the College
Commencement Program
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COMMENCEMENT WEEKEND WILL OPEN Friday afternoon, June 11, with the traditional Class Day exercises on the campus, according to the schedule released last month by Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College. A reception
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News of the College
Alumni Officers Meet
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ASSOCIATIONS OF DARTMOUTH alumni officers will hold their annual weekend meetings in Hanover May 14-15. Secretaries of classes and alumni clubs, class agents, treasurers, and memorial fund chairmen are being invited to return
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News of the College
Shribman Loan Fund
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A LOAN FOND to provide financial aid for Dartmouth students from Salem, Mass., was established last month by Mr. Max Shribman of Salem as a memorial to his son, Lt. (jg) Philip A. Shribman '41, USNR, who lost his life off
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News of the College
639,899 Books
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THE REPORT OF THE FACULTY COMMITTEE on the Library for 1946-47 revealed that during this period circulation figures returned to the pre-war level with 99,480 volumes taken out at the main circulation desk and an additional
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News of the College
Six Win Fellowships
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THREE SENIORS AND THREE ALUMNI were awarded fellowships last month for graduate study during the coming academic year. The three seniors were Allan J. McCurry '48 of Holyoke, Mass.; Wilcomb E. Washburn '48 of Hanover; and
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Phi Beta Kappa
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TWENTY-SEVEN UNDERGRADATES were elected to Phi Beta Kappa at the annual dinner meeting of the Dartmouth chapter March 16. Elected to honorary membership were Prof. Harwood L. Childs '19 of Princeton and U. S. Senator Ralph
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News of the College
Crew Active
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H. M. CUMMINGS '51
DARTMOUTH ROWERS WILL GO SOUTHTO OPEN SCHEDULE OF EIGHT RACES
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Sports
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BASKETBALL
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Coach Lampe's operatives finished the season a great deal more happily than they started it, but this rousing burst at the tape was still not enough to give them higher than a tie for third place in the final standings. Columbia
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HOCKEY
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To the surprise of practically nobody, Dartmouth won another Ivy (Pentagonal) League hockey championship this year. The happy regularity of this event, however, should not obscure the heroic efforts of Coach Jeremiah and his
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DREAM GAME
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On the night of March 12, local sports followers were regaled by perhaps the most talented group of amateur hockey players ever seen on a college rink. That is a broad statement, but the supporting evidence is also strong. The
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TRACK
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Coach Ellie Noyes is not blessed with a superabundance of material this winter. With only three or four outstanding performers, Dartmouth has been handicapped in every meet. The West Point Relays saw the Green come through with
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SQUASH
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Coach Red Hoehn's racquetmen ended a successful dual meet season against M.I.T. on February 28 with a convincing 6-3 win. This victory gave them a score of 6 wins and 2 defeats in dual competition this year, which is an
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SWIMMING
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26,
The swimming team has had an excellent season, especially in view of the succession of injuries, ineligibilities, and abstentions that have hobbled Coach Michael's cast at various times. Physical incapacities have been
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Spring Schedules
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BASEBALL Mar. 31 Temple at Philadelphia Apr. 1 Villanova at Villanova (2 games) 2 Maryland at College Park 3 Georgetown at Washington 16 Pennsylvania at Philadelphia 17 Columbia at New York 24 Cornell at Ithaca May 1
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Last Month's Results
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BASKETBALL—CorneII 66, Dartmouth 49; Holy Cross 67, Dartmouth 56; Dartmouth 66, Pennsylvania 62; Dartmouth 68, Yale 63; Dartmouth 56, Harvard 48; Columbia 44, Dartmouth 35; Dartmouth 59, Harvard 47; Cornell 52, Dartmouth 45.
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Long Island
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JACK COULSON '39.
THE OFFICERS and Executive Committee of your Association turned out 18 strong for the monthly business meeting at Ed Warnke's '19 home on Wednesday evening, March 3. Those present were John Shaw '27, Sid Voice '27, Bill Jessup
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Southern California
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WILLIAM T. ADAMS '34.
ON FEBRUARY 27, the regular monthly meeting of the Hollywood group of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Southern California was held at the Hollywood Knickerbocker. Some sixty of the faithful rallied around to hear a
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Winter Park
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D. A. CHENEY '11.
THE ANNUAL MEETING FOR 1948 OF THEDARTMOUTH CLUB OF WINTER PARK, Florida, was held at the Rose Marie Tea Room, Winter Park, Florida, on Friday, February 27, 1948.
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San Diego
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LAURANCE M. DALTON '18.
DARTMOUTH INDIANS INVADE MEXICO
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Springfield, Vt.
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RAY ADAMS 'l9.
ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, JUST IN TIME to hold off a popular uprising, the Dartmouth Club of Springfield held one of its occasional meetings. The weather could have been better, but the crowd was large and enthusiastic in any
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Indiana
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HENRY J. PEIRCE '34.
THE INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH OF THE INDIANA DARTMOUTH ASSOCIATION met February 27, at the Athenaeum for dinner and our first meeting since November. The following alumni attended this meeting: R. Sweeney '34, H. McKee '27, W. Kuhn
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Houston
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JOHN O. HOYT '34.
FEBRUARY 20 SAW THE HOUSTON CLUB gathered for a pleasant dinner meeting at the Ship Ahoy Restaurant. Sixteen helpings of broiled red snapper and lemon chiffon pie were stowed amidships where they helped to counteract the effect
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The Great Divide
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DON MCKINLAY '37.
SKIING ON THE SUMMIT OF ARAPAHOE BASIN'S NORWAY MOUNTAIN, one is distinctly conscious of the magnificence of our GREAT DIVIDE. Leisurely lunching on a "Last Friday" at the D.A.C., one feels the fellowship of this Dartmouth
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Chicago
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ROBERT MCCLORY '30.
DARTMOUTH MEN
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Wisconsin
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VAUGHN G. BERRY '24.
RIGHT NOW WE ARE IN THE MIDST of planning for "Hanover Holiday in Milwaukee." In the next issue we hope to tell you that this event, on March 30, has been one of the best that Dartmouth has ever put on in these parts. Brad
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Glens Falls
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CHARLES H. FAXON '14.
DESPITE THE LONG COLD WINTER, the Dartmouth Alumni Ciub of Glens Falls and vicinity continues to function. Preceding the recent dinner meeting there was a luncheon meeting on December 10, 1947, in relation to the Hopkins
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Cleveland
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J. RICHARD LOUGHRY '34.
WE ARE REALLY SCRAPINC THE BARREL FORTHIS ISSUE. No great events have transpired between our last writing and the present—our local alumni are peacefully resuming a normal life following the Annual Banquet and Hanover Holiday. The
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Bridgeport
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ROBERT S. STEARNS '38.
THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI Association of Bridgeport, Conn., met at the University Club in Bridgeport on Wednesday, February 11, 1948. Our speaker was Professor Allen Foley '20, Professor of History at Hanover. The nominating
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Louisville
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY '34.
THE LOCAL DARTMOUTH GROUP WAS BROUGHT TO LIFE once more to come out and hear a short talk by Don Cameron on just what is happening in Hanover these days. Interest seemed to be sufficient to have kept Don with us not only for
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St. Louis
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MARTY KERWIN '33.
THE ST. LOUIS DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION has spent the time since the annual dinner, recuperating. Several members have been able to sit up and take solid food at our regular Thursday luncheons, while others are evidently
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Baltimore
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ALLEN BARRETT '44.
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB OF BALTIMORE WAS LOOKING forward with gusto to the March 24 visit of Dean Neidlinger as this edition went to press. The Dean was to greet us at our Blackstone rendezvous and tell of things Hanoverian.
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Mohawk Valley
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E. L. "RED" BOUTILIER '38.
A TYPICAL ADIRONDACK. FROST (ARCTIC BLIZ-ZARD TO MOST OF US) CUt Off OUr club's proposed February ski weekend, but our braves are looking forward to two events, the annual council-fire pow-wow on March 16, and the Big Chief's
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Nashoba Valley
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THE FIRST STEP TOWARD ORGANIZING a new Nashoba Dartmouth Club, embracing the Nashoba Valley region of Massachusetts, was taken on February 24 when 17 Dartmouth men met at the Picadilly Club, near Ayer. Interest in a permanent
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West Florida
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THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF WEST FLORIDA has had successful monthly luncheons in January and February, and on March 2 the annual dinner was held at the Concord Hotel, St. Petersburg.
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D. O. C. of New York
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ALEXANDER CLARK '40.
WITH JACK TOBIN '42 LEADING THE FIELD of sixty-eight entries in the annual New York City Interclub race on Big Bromley's Shincracker Trail at Manchester, Vermont, the Dartmouth Outing Club of New York ski team took first place
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Western New York
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN '26.
PLANS TO DUPLICATE last year's splendid Glee Club concert and dance this spring have been cancelled due to the fact that adequate hotel facilities are not available in Buffalo on a date that coincides with the Glee Club
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Class Notes
News from Clubs & Glasses
Central Pennsylvania
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JOHN F. PACE '39.
r-pio Miss JANE WILLIAMS of Scranton, our Ed Elsenhans '35 of Camp Hill and Philadelphia said "I do" in January. Their honeymoon was spent in Hanover and they were present for Carnival. Frank Davenport '38 was best man, and too,
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Class Notes
News from Clubs & Glasses
Boston
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WILLIAM H. PERRY '21.
ANEW DARTMOUTH SEASON is here. President Charles W. Bartlett '27 announces that plans are already underway for an even greater and more coordinated program of activities for the 1948-49 season.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1878
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[no value]
WILLIAM D. PARKINSON
It would be a person of very great temerity indeed who would undertake to carry on, under the Class of 1878 masthead, the column which was for many years probably the most widely read in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. But
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1885
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[no value]
HENRY H. AUSTIN
JOHN P. BROOKS
'85 has lost another member in the death of Frank J. Whipple. Quite recently he moved from Lynn, Mass., where he had taught in the Eastern Junior High School and a number of primary schools for 25 years, to Swampscott in order
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1886
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM P. KELLY
JAMES W. NEWTON
Of the 92 men enrolled in our class, 72 graduated in 1886 and one received his degree later. There were 19 non-graduates. These figures disregard those in the Medical, Thayer and Agricultural schools, but do include the Chandler
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
The death of Leon Viau came as a surprise to the secretary, who did not know that he had been living in Paterson, N. J. The few facts available are recorded in IN MEMORIAM. Leon is remembered as a genial friend and one of '88's
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1889
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[no value]
[no value]
RALPH S. BARTLETT
HARDY S. FERGUSON
The death of James B. Reynolds 'go has removed a familiar and colorful personality of our time. His passing followed close upon his necrology report of the fifty-two classmates who predeceased him which appeared in his class
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1891
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[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
The secretary feels that Ninety One is indebted to Ralph S. Bartlett of '09 for his comprehensive story of the interesting life of Ned Dearborn in his portrayal of "The rare spirit of this unique and colorful personality" whom
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1892
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR M. STRONG
WILLIAM F. GEIGER
Isn't this an attractive picture of the Lam-preys before their fireplace at Oldfields, in Sudbury, Mass., next-door to the Wayside Inn? Charley has certainly solved the problem of finding happiness after retirement from many years
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1893
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD G. ABORN
WILLIAM R. JARVIS
All '93 men have had a letter from President Cox regarding our 55th year reunion. We urge that you all make reservation at once for room for the weekend of June 11-14, by writing Miss Carey at the Hanover Inn. Don't delayl
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
G. WOODBURY PARKER
The death of Elmer Tenney is noted in the obituary list, but his sketch, written by B. A.Smalley, will not appear until May. One remarkable thing about Elmer was the fine courage he showed in the midst of his many physical
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
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[no value]
[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
WILLIAM F. RICE
About the middle of March we hope to start for Winter Park, Florida. So when these notes are published we shall probably be there, gadding about with Frank Austin and Joel Harley.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM H. HAM
WELD A. ROLLINS
MORTON C. TUTTLE
This issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE has arranged a new program of questions and answers so as to bring out from classmates certain facts hard to obtain. The questions are asked by the secretary of the class who in the same issue
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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[no value]
HENRY D. CROWLEY
JOHN R. SPRING
Harry Howard Lynch died at Orlando, Florida, on February 13, 1948. An obituary notice prepared by him before his death will be found in the IN MEMORIAM column.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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[no value]
JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
The 48th Annual Roundup was held on schedule on the perennial date, the first Saturday in March, at the usual place, the University Club, Boston. The attendance was 23—the same number as last year. This included 21 class
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
President Rankin has made tentative arrangements for the annual spring Round-Up to be held at the usual place, the Follansbee Inn, North Sutton, N. H., on the weekend of June 18, 19 and 20. This is a must for all members of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Recent mention was made of "Bill" Bryant's nine grandchildren. "Pa" Rollins now comes across with the tact that he has ten grand- children, so he holds the class record as of today.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILLIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
PROF. ROY W. HATCH
Your secretary, not relishing the cold New England winter, left Portland, Maine, January 16, on an auto trip to Texas, Arizona and California. Because of snow and ice conditions in the midwest, the A.A.A. advised us to take the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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[no value]
DR. EDWARD K. BURBECK
HAROLD M. HESS
MORTON B. FRENCH
The 5-Year Class Dinner has been set for May 21, at Schrafft's Restaurant, Boston. Save the date and have a real treat.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
THIS IS A NECESSARY CHANGE OF DATE
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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GILBERT H. FALL
FLETCHER A. HATCH
Don't forget to mark this date on your calendar—May 21. That is the big night when the five classes will come together in Boston for their annual dinner, which will be held as usual at Schrafft's on West Street. Let's make this
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
ROBERT M. BLOOD
The latest addition to the '06 Grandfather's Club is Carl Warton. On January 31, his daughter, Mrs. Thomas A. Blondin of Williamstown, West Virginia, gave birth to a future Dartmouth football player. Congratulations Tug.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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[no value]
H. RICHARDSON LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMIN'GS
Ed Ashley has a new address at 536 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. Cully Pierce has recently notified the Alumni Office that his present occupation is farming and that his home address is now Jaffrey, New Hampshire.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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ROBERT J. HOLMES
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
JAMES F. GREENBAUM
Bob Bums has accepted election as a Governor of the University Club of Boston. That's a good break for the University Club. Bob has also been elected vice-president of Whiting Milk Company.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
Clarke W. Tobin was, without doubt, one of the most-beloved men of our college generation—big of body and heart, ever considerate and with a warmth of personality, he was an enthusiastic and natural leader on and off the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
MALCOLM C. ROLLINS
The subject of the accompanying photograph, Aubrey Butler, is known as one of Northampton's outstanding citizens. Besides being treasurer and the main gun in Butler & Ullman, Inc., Florists, he is director of the Boston Flower
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
ROSCOE G. GEIXER
Bud and Barbara Hoban varied their usual winter routine this year and instead of going to Mexico City, where for the past few years Bud has been coaching the University of Mexico football team, they acquired a trailer and spent
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
JOHN J. REMSEN
Has spring arrived for you yet? As we write, snow and sleet on top of all we have had makes spring's arrival here dubious—in spite of the Flower Show.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
JOHN F. CONNERS
When Paul Howe called the other day on the phone, to inform us that his father had just passed away at the age of 87, he reported on a recent trip to the west. A half hour later, the mail man brought a letter via Rufe Sisson
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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[no value]
SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
JOHN R. MASON
Along with all you Fifteeners who have sons at Dartmouth, I can rejoice that February is past, mid-year exams are finished, Winter Carnival is over, and with the exception of putting another mortgage on the house to pay my
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
WILLIAM H. MCKENZIE
By the time this issue reaches your hall table, spring will be hanging over your front gate, even in cold New England, and when I say cold, I speak as one who knows what was going on up there because I was in New England the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
HOWARD A. STOCKWELL
Our Chairman-Secretary, Karl Koeniger, is on a trip to the West Coast and has given me the privilege of being guest editor this month. As Class Agent my principal interest at this time of year is the Class Alumni Fund and the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
Either before or after these notes appear, the second and last flyer regarding our June reunion will be received. Await that for full particulars. Last discussion with Tom Shirley, co-chairman with Eddie Ferguson (but Tom admits
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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J. K. HUNTINGTON
MAX A. NORTON
ROSCOE .A. HAYES
March 6 might well be described as a Preview of Reunion in these notes due largely to excellent attendance of fathers of 1919 Sons who spent that worthwhile weekend in Hanover. Perfect weather, cold, still and clear with
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
ALLEN R. FOLEY
By the time these notes appear, Lt. Col.Charlie Mills will have been guest of honor at one of the winter season informal get-togethers put on by the Dartmouth Club of N. Y. Charlie said good-bye to Germany last fall, after 52 months
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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DONALD C. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROGER C. WILDE
Not one of us—you, I or any other classmate, has ever, or will we ever liquidate the debt we owe to the College. The tuition we, or our fathers, paid when we were undergraduates covered about half of the actual cost of our
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
STANLEY P. MINER
By the time these notes reach you in published form, the 1948 Alumni Fund will have been launched and well under way. Of course, Stan Miner will master mind our part in the campaign but don't overlook the importance of the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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RICHARD B. KERSHAW
WILLIAM C. WHIPPLE JR.
JOHN E. MOORE
John Moore, as Chairman of the '23 Dutch Treat evenings at the Club in New York, pulled another one out of his sleeve as the Furious February Function. About 25 attended, including Woody Gauss, Kip Couch,Ellis Wilner, George
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
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
1925
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WILLIAM J. GRIFFIN JR.
NATHAN BUGBEE
LLEWELLYN P. WHITE
A letter from Julie George Hewitt (see photo) says:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT D. SALINGER
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
As we settle down to write these notes on a wintry Saturday afternoon early in March, our thoughts wander off to the rest of you spread all over the country, to the probable variety of your activities this same afternoon, and to the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
GEORGE E. HOWELL
A very welcome letter from Howie Mullin starts off:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
RUPERT C. THOMPSON JR.
WILLIAM G. MORTON
Bill Morton has been elected a vice-president of the Onondaga County Savings Bank in Syracuse, one of the largest upstate savings banks, with deposits of more than $60,000,000. Bill went with the bank in 1934 as assistant to the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
WELLINGTON F. BARTO
Percy Russell is a resident partner in the Washington law firm of Kirkland, Fleming, Green, Martin & Ellis. Although he has recently been spending a great deal of time out of the city he has still found a way to devote himself
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
JOHN F. RICH
It is no longer news that Bob Keene was one of the judges at Carnival in February to pick the Carnival queen. But we understand that before the event Bob consulted with Vic Borella, who last year enjoyed the similar distinction
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
ERNEST H. MOORE
An official protest is in order. Your secretary hasn't had a chance to get a pair of skis on his size thirteens for six years and he gets a barrage of letters and cards from those who reply to innocent questionnaires with "What
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN H. WOLFF JR.
J. WARREN MOORE
A comment in a letter from Harry Rowe, wherein he identified his four children, aged 11/2 to 8 years, has inspired a little reflection on the nature of a class secretaryship. In referring to my selection, Harry said, "I think you
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
JOHN S. BLACK
The irrefrangible deadline is upon us again, and finds us with mere driblets of '33 information. This past month vies with the leanest in our tenure of office. Must be the Ides of March or late winter doldrums or something. At any
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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FRANKLIN J. JACKSON
WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN
Franchot Tone, the actor chap, may or may not own a toupee. Any speculation on that score can be only hairsay. And he may or not own eight kids (ever since Film Fun folded we've been out of touch with affairs in Cinema City).
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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REGINALD BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
ROBERT W. NARAMORE
Last month we began delving into the private life of John Thirty-five, unearthing his house and car problems, his drinking and smoking habits, his religious and political tendencies. Now we continue with some of his likes and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
ROBERT L. PATERSON
The brew that made Milwaukee famous is apparently doing the very same thing for DougMiller. The last we heard he was district Sales Manager for Schlitz Brewing Co. here in New York; and now comes a Milwaukee addresswhich can only
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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[no value]
ROBERT P. FULLER
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
ALAN W. BRYANT
To be completely honest, your secretary had no idea the class treasury was in such poor condition when the Class Directory was initialed as a proper expenditure of funds (nonexistent). It was not until Rug sent out his letter
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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[no value]
ROBERT H. RENO
EWART G. WALLS JR.
ROBERT H. CARSON
The deadline for this column falls soon after the Nones of March; the deadline for a myriad of tax returns falls on the Ides of March; yesterday I fell on my head on Cannon Mountain; and the net result of it all bears a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
GEORGE R. HANNA
DUNCAN L. FARR
HERE if THERE: We feel more than somewhat ashamed of ourselves for an omission of some news that came our way a few months ago. It has to do with our hard-working Treasurer George Hanna, and it was buried amongst the usual
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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JOHN MOODY
JOHN F. WILLSON
ELDON E. FOX
We are somewhat more Alumni Fund conscious than in some years, having volunteered (you know, I'll be glad to help, just say the word). Anyway, a few of you will be hearing from us directly in connection with a small chip for
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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[no value]
DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
LEWIS K. JOHNSTONE
For the most part, this has been one of those newsless months, and as I've been out of town a good portion of the time we're compiling things on the run this time. Hope you will bear with me this once, and I'll try to round out
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
ADDISON L. WINSHIP II
If my hazy idea of my even hazier file is correct, things are tough this month. I must unfortunately report that I have not had to dig my way out from under a stack of mail each day. Most days I haven't even had to sweep a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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[no value]
FRED F. STOCKWELL
WILLIAM T. MAECK
JOHN A. KOSLOWSKI
The return cards have been coming in pretty well. I hope that you will all send me your card, whether or not you are planning on reunion. I want to compile information so as to gather vital statistics on our class. When I hear
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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[no value]
DR. DONALD L. BURN HAM
HOMER G. BOGART
Al Howland is busy making plans in Hanover for our Big Fifth Reunion to be held on the weekend of June 18-20. Make your plans to attend now! Very soon, if not already, you should be receiving reservation cards for dormitory
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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[no value]
[no value]
REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
NICHOL M. SANDOE JR.
The Alumni here in Des Moines have started meeting once a week for lunch. There are about fifteen of us. Wendell Robinson is the only other '45er in evidence. He has just returned to Des Moines and is representing the
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article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1946
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[no value]
JAMES E. O'NEIL
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
THOMAS K. BURNAP
In the last couple of issues of the ALUMNIMAGAZINE, I ended this column up with a plea to all of you to please send in a little information about other classmates or yourselves. The response to date has been nil, so let's all try
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
EDWARD P. SCULLY
For the past three months, Carl Kaufmann has been working for General Electric in Schenectady, N. Y. He is working with the General News Bureau which provides, as a company service, stories for the newspapers and magazines. Carl
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D. N. A. A.
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JOHN H. COPENHAVER JR.
MAX PRYOR
J. FREDERICK PFAU III
With much confusion and many apologies, this column finally resumes operation, lo these many months after losing the almost irreplaceable Danny Carroll to the vicissitudes of higher education. Dan is now one of many who has
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"Old Pine" Chain Returns to Hanover
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In the photograph above. James E. O'Neil '46, president of Palaeopitus, and Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College, are shown examining a wooden chain carved from wood from the famous Old Pine and recently presented to the College
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The List of Sachems Grows
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H. P. HINMAN '10.
WHILE ROOMING with George Howard '07 in Hanover one night last fall, we spent the wee hours of the morning in reminiscing and philosophizing about Dartmouth. George, a smart, personable Yank from Craftsbury, Vermont, came to
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Discovers Ancient Falls
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After pursuing an interest in geology that began while he was a student at Dartmouth, Richard J. Lougee '27, now a professor at the Graduate School of Geography, Clark University, made scientific news recently by discovering
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Ladd Alcove
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As a memorial to George Alden Ladd '41, who died in India in 1944 while a private with the American Field Service, the Ladd Alcove devoted to poetry (pictured above) has been established in the Tower Room of Baker Library.
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Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29.
WITH A FEELING of gratitude and satisfaction, I wish to announce a gift which has recently come to the School as a memorial to Charles Reed Main '08. Always devoted to the interests of Dartmouth and the Thayer School, Mr.
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Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN, M.D.
OUR TEACHING Hospital Expansion Fund pledges had reached $1,693,939.44 on March 10 which is a goodly distance toward our goal but leaves the hardest mileage yet to be covered. We hope you will not delay in returning your pledges
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Tuck School
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H. L. DUNCOMBE JR.
THE TUCK ALUMNI QUESTIONNAIRES and earnings cards are still coming in. Again, may we thank all of you for your prompt cooperation and urge those of you who have not yet had an opportunity to fill them out to do so. The
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Obituary
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received with in the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number]
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