Issue: 19480601

Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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THE PRUDENTIAL
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GILE & CO., REALTORS
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IN this month's issue the ALUMNI MAGAZINE continues the tradition of devoting one of its spring numbers to undergraduate affairs and of inviting talented members of the student body to contribute the major contents.
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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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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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"Erroneous History"
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Y.A.M. on the Spot
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THE PICTURE reproduced on Page 28 of our May issue, taken by A. Burton Street '18 and showing Malcolm Decker of Dartmouth leading three Yale milers in the indoor meet at New Haven, was used as the cover picture for the April
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THE PLEASANT VALUEV WINE COMPANY
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Rogers Peet ComPany
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Books
Books
LOGIC AND SCIENTIFIC METHODS
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Maurice Picard
by Herbert L. Searles '17. The Ronald PressCo., 1948, pp. xii + 326, $3.50.'
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Books
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UNDERSTANDING MAN'S SOCIAL BEHAVIOR,
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Ross Stagner
by Hadley Cantril '28. Office ofPublic Opinion Research, 194J, pp. 75,$1.00.
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INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH MASTERPIECES,
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William R. Jones '33.
Douglas W. Alden, '33 editor.Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1948, pp.399. $3.25
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Alumni Notes
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E. Allen MacDuffie '26 is the author of Corporation v. Copartnership Form of Doinga Security Business, which appears in the Year Book of New York Security DealersAssociation, 1926-1948.
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Faculty Notes
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Professor Benfieid Pressey is one of the editors of Living, Reading and Thinking, an anthology of essays published by Scribner's on April 22. In May Rinehart and Company will publish Ibsen: Three Plays, also edited by Professor
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THE NEW CRESCENT BEACH HOTEL
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The Undergraduate Year
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CRAIG FLEMING '46
YEARS, like good liquor and some individuals, mellow with age. On that assumption, the academic year 1947-1948 seems destined, in the eyes of present undergraduates, to be surrounded decades hence with an iridescent aura. For even
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A SENIOR'S VERDICT
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PHILIP E. BOOTH '47
A Report on the First Year of "Great Issues" As Experienced in Seat 317 under the Balcony
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Student Scientists Organize
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Aaron R.Rausen '51.
Members of New Club Active in College Conferences
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Today's Student Artist is Talented
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Presenting Some of the Best Work Done by Paul Sample's Informal Art Group
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Expedition to Hatteras
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JOHN A. GUSTAFSON '48
Students' Spring Trip Highlights Ecology Program
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With the Outing Club
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RICHARD P. NICKELSEN '47,
Second Woodsman's Weekend Features Spring Program
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Rules for the Grant
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With recreational use of the Dartmouth College Grant expected to increase, a new set of rules controlling the use of roads, cabins and other facilities at the Grant was put into effect on May 1. The requirements were adopted in
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
LIVING NOT FAR FROM HANOVER is a young novelist named Pierre Sichel. In one of the toughest times in publishing history he succeeded in getting Reynal and Hitchcock to publish his 629page first novel called Such As We. There
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Six Faculty Members Who Retire This Month
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LOUIS P. BENEZET '99, Professor of Education Professor Benezet joined the Dartmouth faculty ten years ago after a distinguished public-school career. His popular courses have drawn upon his own varied experiences as high school and
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The Student Poet
For Albert Lopez
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Edward A.Nickerson '49
A string of grapes lay By the corner of his eye: Undewed, they were full Round, purple In the dusty sun. Forgotten? He was never known. A sweat-band for a battle crown In his helmet, heavy and round A fruit-fly
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The Student Poet
Old Sweet Song
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Nelson S.Bryant '46
My love sneered. Hurt, I drew A sobbing breath And cried, See Those hungry rocks Below? Smile Or I'll distribute My brains Among them. She sneered again. With A wild despairing Cry I
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The Student Poet
Return
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Robert L. Allcott '50
Smoke from smouldering leaves tumbles Across the road, shadowing white clapboards Where Webster dipped his sophomore quill Before us—before store windows framed in chrome The Inn, the haberdasher, and juke boxes, singing.
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News of the College
Fund Record Possible
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WITH the 1948 Alumni Fund campaign entering its final month, there is a definite possibility that a new record will be set in the number of contributors. Up to May 14, a total of 5,398 alumni and friends of the College had
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News of the College
June Alumni Program
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THE COMMENCEMENT AND REUNION weekends will be highlighted by two meetings of the General Association of Alumni. The first will be held Saturday, June 12, when members of the classes of
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News of the College
Alumni Officers Meet
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A RECORD NUMBER of 160 alumni officers gathered in Hanover May 14-15 for the annual meetings of class secretaries and treasurers, class agents, memorial fund chairmen and alumni club secretaries. Separate meetings for all five
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News of the College
Dartmouth Night
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Palaeopitus, after consulting with President Dickey, has chosen Friday, October 15, for the 1948 observance of Dartmouth Night. The Hanover celebration, serving as the hub of a nationwide gathering of Dartmouth alumni clubs,
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News of the College
179th Commencement
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THE COLLEGE'S 179th Commencement program will open Friday, June 11, with Class Day exercises at 4 p.m. on the campus. Following a 7:30 concert by the Dartmouth Band, a garden reception will be given at the home of President and
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News of the College
To Study DOC
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A SIX-MAN COMMITTEE headed by H. Richardson Lane '07 of Boston was appointed last month by President Dickey to undertake a thorough examination of the organization and administrative processes of the Dartmouth Outing Club and
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News of the College
Hanover Holiday
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OFFERING THIS YEAR an abbreviated version of the Great Issues course, the Ninth Annual Session of Hanover Holiday, June 14-17, will include lectures by President Dickey and six members of the faculty. Planned to help Dartmouth
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News of the College
Asst. Athletic Director
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EDWARD T. CHAMBERLAIN JR. '36 has been named Assistant Director of Athletics, starting next fall, it was announced at the class officers' meeting last month by William H. McCarter '19, Director of Athletics.
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News of the College
Dartmouth Plaque
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THE DARTMOUTH PLAQUE, awarded annually to the secondary school whose delegation of three or more men in the freshman class makes the highest scholastic record during the first semester, has been given this year to the Horace
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News of the College
Cramer Fellowships
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RICHARD W. YOUNG '46, a graduate student at Columbia University, was one of three recipients of Cramer Fellowships awarded by the College last month for research in genetics and chemistry. The other recipients are Henry M.
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News of the College
Academic Delegates
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THE COLLEGE was represented by alumni at six academic observances during the past three months. Norman E. Gilbert '18h attended the inauguration of J. H. Miller as president of the University of Florida on March 5. Robert W.
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Jacobs Memorial Prize
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THE WALTER A. JACOBS Memorial Prize, awarded to a first-year student in the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration who has distinguished himself as possessing a high degree of intellectual ability and curiosity, sound
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News of the College
Lebanon Air Stop
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OF SPECIAL INTEREST to Dartmouth alumni living some distance from Hanover is the announcement that Lebanon will be included among the stops made by Northeast Airlines planes on the regular New York to Montreal and Boston
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
BASEBALL
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Francis E.Merrill '26
We brought you up to date oil the dazzling performance of Coach Jeremiah's 1948 ball team by giving you a flash in our last issue on their victories against Pennsylvania and Columbia. The team scored its third straight
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TRACK
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Francis E.Merrill '26
The Green trackmen were soundly defeated by Harvard in a dual meet by the score of 84-56, to inaugurate their brief outdoor season. The meet was marked from the Dartmouth point of view by the 172 foot, 234 inch heave of Jim
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GOLF
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Francis E.Merrill '26
Ordinarily plagued to distraction by the backward conditions of the famed Hanover spring, Coach Tommy Keane's golfers have overcome that pluvial handicap and had a very good season for themselves to date. They started by
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LACROSSE
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Francis E.Merrill '26
For perhaps the first time in his life, Coach Tom Dent is faced with the pleasant prospect of having a large number of men report for lacrosse who have played the sport before. Thus he is no longer obliged to indoctrinate his
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TENNIS
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Francis E.Merrill '26
The tennis squad is rounding into shape under the skilled tutelage of the genial Red Hoehn, with approximately the same relative success as has attended their efforts in the past. Like it or not, Dartmouth seldom gets the
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CREW
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Francis E.Merrill '26
Following its spring trip to Florida, the Dartmouth crew opened its regular season at home on April 28 by sweeping to a fivelength victory over Clark University on the Connecticut. At Boston three days later the Green oarsmen
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SPRING FOOTBALL
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Francis E.Merrill '26
On May 1, Coach Tuss McLaughry and his assistants conducted a game scrimmage as the concluding event of six strenuous weeks of spring practice. During the course of the afternoon, which saw the air full of footballs, the Green
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MISCELLANY
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Francis E.Merrill '26
Just to keep in the spirit of things, Coach Elmer Lampe inaugurated something new after the end of spring football. This amiable mentor has the boys working out for a few weeks in the gymnasium at, of all things, spring
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Last Month's Results
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BASEBALL—Dartmouth 9, Pennsylvania 3; Dartmouth 5, Columbia o; Dartmouth 14, Cornell 5; Dartmouth 3, Navy 2; Dartmouth 9, Harvard 6; Dartmouth 8, Princeton 3; Dartmouth 6, New Hampshire 4; Yale 6, Dartmouth 2.
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Glasses
China
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Charles P.Gilson '21.
THE DARTMOUTH CLUB of China met for tiffin at the American Club, Shanghai, at 12:30, April 8, 1948. Those present were as follows:
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Hartford
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John S. Wyper '42.
HARTFORD'S loyal alumni gathered on Thursday evening, April 12, for their spring meeting. This was one of the most successful turnouts we have had in a good many years. The usual perennials were there and in addition many new
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Southeastern Florida
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Lincoln Daniels '34.
ON APRIL 29, twenty-eight alumni and their wives gathered at the home of R. W. Pierce '25 on Bay Point in Miami. This meeting had the dual purpose of welcoming Andy Gustafson, newly installed head football coach at Miami
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The Great Divide
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Don Mckinlay '37.
COLORADO'S WORLD-FAMOUS STAG affair—the "Grant Farm Picnic"—will be held early in JULY. Eddie Toothaker 32 is chairman of the committee so you know it will be good! Just in case the Ladies can read: Would you like another
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Eastern New York
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Willard Johnson '31
CLIMAXING an unusually active association year, 120 Dartmouth alumni of this area, members of the Glens Falls Club, fathers of Dartmouth undergraduates, and applicants for Dartmouth and their fathers, were hosts to President
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Eastern Connecticut
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Frederic D.Leyser '32.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Eastern Connecticut alumni group was held at Howard Johnson's Restaurant, New London, on April 14. After refreshments and dinner, the party moved to Dr. Lena's house for further entertainment.
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Charles River
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John L.Lutz Jr. '38.
THE ANNUAL Spring meeting of the Charles River Dartmouth Club was held at the Maugus Club in Wellesley Hills on Thursday evening, May 6, 1948.
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Rhode Island
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W. W. Macurda '36.
CLOSE TO 100 members, fathers, and friends of the RHODE ISLAND DARTMOUTH ASSOCIATION attended the annual meeting and dinner at the Wannamoisett Country Club at Rumford, R. 1., on April 29.
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Chicago
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Robert Mcclory '30.
DARTMOUTH MEN Luncheon Every Monday Noon University Ciub, Chicago
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Long Island
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Jack Coulson '39.
THE LONG ISLAND Association has been moving ahead at full steam since the Glee Club Concert. Bill Jessup '30, chairman of the Dance Committee, announced that the Spring Dance will definitely be held Friday, June 11, at the
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Cleveland
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J. Richard Loughry '34.
IN CASE you skipped over the above announcement, I am reminding you to take note. Those of us who were at the picnic last year will never forget the good time had by all. Our thanks and gratitude are in order to Jim for his
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Lowell
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Arthur F. Woodies '14.
SOME FORTY MEMBERS of the Lowell Dartmouth club attended a dinner-meeting at the Vesper Country Club on Tuesday evening, April 27, and elected a new slate of officers as follows: president, Francis P. Walsh '13; vice president,
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Springfield
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William A. Lieson '32.
SIXTY MEMBERS of the Dartmouth Club of Springfield heard Dean Lloyd K. "Pudge" Neidlinger speak at their annual meeting held at the Longmeadow Country Club Tuesday, May 4.
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Boston
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William H.Perry '21.
At A RECENT meeting of officers of the D.A.A. of Boston at alumni headquarters, 44 School Street, the schedule of activities for 1948-49 was reviewed.
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St. Louis
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Marty Kerwin '33.
THE ST. LOUIS Alumni Association met on March 26, at the home of Dave Biggs '42 for a smoker and to see some Dartmouth movies. Some eighteen or twenty local Alumni gathered to watch Howie Mullin '27 and his 12 assistants try to
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Georgia
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Louis J.Fortuna '38.
ON THE NIGHT of April 9, members gathered at home of Bill Marsh Jr. '31 to partake of fish, fried on his barbecue pit. Primarily, the meeting was a farewell party in honor of a retiring member who has contributed much time and
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Nashoba
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Hamilton A. Mathes '37.
ON THE EVENING of April 27, the second meeting of the embryonic Nashoba Dartmouth Club was held at the Bull Run Club in Shirley, Mass. R. C. Barnfather '25 acted as chairman for the occasion and introduced Bill Smart 'O7,
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Wisconsin
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Vaughn G. Berry '24.
SINCE THE BEST avenue of approach to "Gemuchlichkeit" seems to be through the medium of a full stomach we have been going places by dining weekly at the Milwaukee Schwaben-Hof.
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Western New York
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E. Paul Venneman '26.
ED MARLETTE '41, president of the local alumni association, has announced that the annual Cornell-Dartmouth-Michigan Pennsylvania outing is scheduled for Tuesday, June 29, at the Transit Valley Country Club. Everyone who has
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Worcester County
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King Cole '19.
DEAN PUDGE NEIDLINGER told members of the Worcester County Dartmouth Club at their annual meeting at the Svea Gille, Shrewsbury, Mass., April 28, that private, endowed educational institutions like Dartmouth must receive
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Twin Cities
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Bobb Chaney '35.
Did you ever see Hal Wonson pitch two balls simultaneously, putting an in-curve on one and an out-curve on the other?
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Glasses
New Haven
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Ken Gilchrist '19.
ON FRIDAY, April 23, more than 40 members of the local club met for an evening's social gathering at the Faculty Club. Dr. Chan, professor of Chinese culture at Dartmouth, joined us and discussed the question of China s
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Omaha
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Hodge L.Jones Jr. '40.
THE DARTMOUTH Alumni Association of the Plains was host to Professor Robert K. Carr at their annual meeting in Omaha, on March 22. Professor Carr gave a very fine speech which stimulated. the interest of this alumni group in the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1878
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In the spring of its seventieth year out of college, the class lost two of its members; Tarbell, who, at the time of his death was the oldest graduate of the college, and Parkinson, faithful recorder of the class deeds for many
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News From the Classes
1883
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[no value]
[no value]
ALFRED E. WATSON
With the narrowing number of survivors of the Class of 1883, I have very meagre data on which to report on the condition and doings of them and am, therefore, forced to give only a brief resume of the history of the class at
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News From the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
JOHN P. BROOKS
The Chelsea (Mass.) Evening Record in its issue of April 12, published a section commemorating the disastrous fire of April 12, 1908. The section contained an interview with Alton E. Briggs, who is now the only living member of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
JAMES W. NEWTON
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newton will make the Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill, N. C., their headquarters next summer from July 1 to October 1, instead of Springfield, Mass., as previously stated. A fifteen-year old boy whom Mrs. New- ton
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News From the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
Additional facts received concerning LeonViau '88 should be recorded. He married Naomi Williams of Paterson, N. J., August 4, 1898. She died in 1917. Leon died at Hope Dell Sanitorium, Preakness, N. J., and is buried in Laurel
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News From the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
HARDY S. FERGUSON
This issue will appear about the time several members of our class are in Hanover for an annual get-together at Commencement time. Fifty-nine, years have passed since we graduated. How different our Commencement was from
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1890
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ALVIN H. BACON
CLIFTON A. HUMPHREYS
My slogan for the survivors of '90 that life begins at 80 may be a bit unrealistic, so I am offering this as a motto for each of the 14 survivors of the class, "With every rising of the sun think of your life as just begun, concern
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1891
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[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
WILLIAM E. STANLEY
Under date of April 6, our Class President, Edward T. S. Lord, tells of his well earned retirement as senior vice-president of Charles Scribner's Sons. He was with these important publishers for 54 years, except for two years
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
WILLIAM F. GEIGER
Do you recall who was the youngest man to graduate in the Class of '92? It was ArthurIlsley, who had his seventy-fifth birthday on March 29. Unfortunately, he has never been able to get back to a reunion, but nobody regrets it more
4719181_19480601_000095.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1894
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[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
WOODBURY PARKER
At various times, this Secretary has tried in various ways to camouflage the fact that he had little or nothing to say. This month, he will cast all dissembling to the winds and simply record that within a week he has talked by
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1895
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[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
WILLIAM F. RICE
Having recently returned from Winter Park, Florida, I am able to give first-hand information about two of our classmates.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
The Class of 1896 has turned over to the College the Charles A. Weston bequest of $1,000 this action was voted by the Class at its last Reunion.
4719181_19480601_000098.xml
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News From the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
MORTON C. TUTTLE
When a Judge addresses the Sheriff, it's important. A letter from one of our classmates signed "Sib" is worth reading at this time. I hope others of you will express your opinions as frankly.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
JOHN R. SPRING
The mystery surrounding Courtes MaylandRussell, who was better known to the class as Peacham, has been solved. The Massachusetts Department of Mental Diseases has given the information that he died at the Worcester State Hospital on
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
The picture at the Old Pine was sent to the Secretary by Judge Donahue. A bygone day and bygone hair. Would that both could come back.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
The date of the arrival of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is becoming each month a matter of greater uncertainty. It is hoped, however, that this issue will reach you in time for a final notice of the annual Round-Up at the Follansbee
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Eddie McMillan who has been a Philadelphian ever since graduation, has now moved to Portland, Oregon, to be near his only son. His new address is 1747 North Vancouver Street. Eddie left Hanover on the midnight train after our
4719181_19480601_000103.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILLIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS E. KENISTON
PROF. ROY W. HATCH
A short time ago, I received from Dr. BurrWhitcher one of the loveliest letters I have ever had from a classmate. It was filled with the cheer of a hard-won, happy family life with his good wife, his home and his four children. Burr
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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
Jules Walther of Elizabeth, N. J., one of our "retired gentlemen," is enjoying life as never before. A trip to Allentown, Pa., to visit daughter Barbara and her husband and a stay in North Carolina with his son John and family
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News From the Classes
1904
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[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
April news received from Jig Leverone indicates that after being in poor health for several months, he is going strong again and keeping an active interest in many things.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1905
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GILBERT H. FALL
FLETCHER A. HATCH
Once again death has invaded the ranks of our class. Leslie Orcutt died at his home in Fall River on March 29. His sudden death will be a shock and bring sorrow to all his many friends. Those of us who were in college with
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
ROBERT M. BLOOD
Had dinner with Hoppy the last part of April and he told me that Charlie Crane had been elected an officer of the National Life Ins. Cos. with the title of assistant to the president. Charlie has been associated with the National
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
WILLARD H. CUMMINGS
Bob Lyon and Guy Dudley write the following from St. Petersburg, Florida:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
ARTHUR L. LEWIS
Like the children of Israel who wandered forty years in the wilderness before reaching the promised land, the class of 1908, after living through forty years of wars, rumors of wars, depressions, booms, inflation, normalcy, New
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1909
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ROBERT J. HOLMES
EDGAR s. CHAPPELEAR
JAMES F. GREENBAUM
Walter A. Sidley Jr. of Lawrence told of his experiences in "Operation Crossroad" (Bikini Atoll Atom Bomb Test) and "Operation Highjump" (Byrd's Antarctic Expedition) at a meeting of the local chapter of the S.A.R. held in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
George Davies, magna cum laude, student, teacher, who ended up as Wauseon business man and banker with membership in the Ohio Senate, relates an experience good enough for Ripley Just before George went into the Army back in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
MALCOLM G. ROLLINS
The next event of common interest to the class will be the informal reunion at the Mountain View House starting June 14 and running as many days thereafter as the group wishes, provided Frank can make the necessary reservations.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
ROSCOE G. GELLER
This is the last opportunity to urge support by every classmate of the Alumni Fund and Boss Getter's role as Class Agent. Boss has been outstanding in that capacity and was so recognized by other class agents in their selection
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
JOHN J. REMSEN
Keith Wood will not be able to leave Lisbon, Portugal, for Hanover in June as he has to attend a convention of one of the companies he represents, to be held in England. He will have a chance, however, to see his sister who has
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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
A Wah-Hoo-Wah for Mat Hallett with his recent election as president of Pelzer Mills, Pelzer, S. C. He was also made a director.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1915
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SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
JOHN R. MASON
From The Salem (Mass.) News comes word that Dr. Boynton Merrill, pastor of the First Congregational Church of Columbus, Ohio, was the guest preacher at the Union Lenten service in Masonic Temple during March. During the same
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News From the Classes
1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
WILLIAM H. MCKENZIE
By the time this appears in print, the meeting of class secretaries, treasurers and agents in Hanover will have gone by, 14 and 15 May, and I hope to have something of interest to report from that meeting. At this moment, I am
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News From the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
HOWARD A. STOCKWELL
The New York Alumni dinner held at the .Hotel Commodore in April was a grand success with about 650 attending. Our class did very well, the following being present: RalphCarpenter, Gene Towler, Sumner Emerson,Fritz Leighton, Len Reade,
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News From the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
As of March 26, Eddie Ferguson reported 94 men, women and children coming back to Reunion, which jumped to 146 on May 3, and by now may be well over 200 StewTeaze inquires about Hanover Holiday Doc Joe Quincy, Dorothy (Mrs.) and
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1919
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J. K. HUNTINGTON
MAX A. NORTON
ROSCOE A. HAYES
A close inspection of our Class picture, made in June, 1946, discloses a large silver attendance cup surrounded by Bob Stetcher,Jack McCrillis, Jim Davis, (holding one end) Red Colwell, (holding the other) Jack Clark and George
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
ALLEN R. FOLEY
There are three obvious reasons why you should delay no longer in mailing your largest ever check to the Alumni Fund. 1) The College needs your support, deserves it, and relies on it. a) The Class is too good a class to be
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROGER C. WILDE
As you read these notes, time will be running out for the 1948 Alumni Fund. The last, final date is June 30. Rog Wilde is hoping that by now most of our class will have contributed. As this is written, '21 is one point ahead of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
STANLEY P. MINER
Warren F. Daniell Jr. appeared in a group picture on the sports page of the April 20 issue of The Portland (Me.) Press Herald. He finished among the leaders in the 19th annual Portland Boys' Club five-mile road race. Apparently
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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
So many of you have asked me lately where Don Cob leigh is now, that I'm glad to be able to report that he is now acting head of the music department of Wilkes College, according to an article in The Dallas (Pa.) Post. You'll
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1924
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JAMES T. WHITE
RICHARD A. HENRY
DONALD E. COYLE
Bob Morgan, who as vice-president of the Boston Five Cents Savings Bank is serving as chairman of the Committee on Mortgage Investments for the National Association of Mutual Savings Banks, testified before the Congressional
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1925
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WILLIAM J. GRIFFIN JR.
NATHAN BUGBEE
LLEWELLYN P. WHITE
Several years ago, Jack Per-Lee ran a 1925 Party at the Bonnie Brae Country Club in Larchmont, New York. Despite the resulting damage to his reputation as an upstanding member of the community, he is undertaking to do it all
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1926
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ROBERT D. SALINGER
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
According to word from New York scout EdHanlon, attendance at the big annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of New York was not spectacular, but the following gathered around the '26 table: Charlie Jost, Louis Neuman,Charlie Singleton,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
GEORGE E. HOWELL
Probably we shouldn't mention it, but the weekend of May 15 is coming up in a couple of days and brings with it the greatest compensation for your long-suffering scribe. To be more specific, about two days hence BrotherCummings
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
RUPERT C. THOMPSON JR.
WILLIAM G. MORTON
At the New York dinner for Dartmouth Alumni Fund agents, Bill Morton was presented with the Hood trophy and the following citation:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
WELLINGTON F. BARTO
A couple of telephone calls this morning to Washington and Montpelier, the seats of the Duke and the Judge, respectively, brought heartening words of good cheer from the one and homely phrases and quaint jests from the other.
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News From the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
JOHN F. RICH
Looking at our news file at this moment, either you fellows are overly modest in disclosing momentous, or even minor, events in your lives or, borrowing Parker Merrow's phrase, There ain t much heppened sence the last ritin."
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
ERNEST H. MOORE
It was good to get word from Dick Henry via Ernie Moore. Dick sent a picture of himself and family aboard ship headed for Singapore, and wrote:
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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
One of the perquisites of being class secretary is the privilege of having custody of the "class book," which is a mammoth loose-leaf device for maintaining current information about all the members of the class. It is really a
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
JOHN S. BLACK
This is it, Gentlemen. You will barely have time to read these notes before you pack your bags and entrain, encar or enplane for Hanover and our Frolicking Fifteenth, as scribe Ripley euphoniously dubbed it in his Reunion
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News From the Classes
1934
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FRANKLIN J. JACKSON
WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN
VV ell, sir, a lot of damns have gone over the water since we gathered on these pages; and the magic wheel goes round and round and where it stops nobody knows. But, you say, all that has no place in this puny pillar of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1935
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H. REGINALD BANK ART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
ROBERT W. NARAMORE
Here it is June—the last instalment for thisyear—and a three months' vacation from column-writing coming up for your old UncleReg. After completing the analysis of thequestionnaires I figured I was through withthat business for good. But a
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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 folks in Oldtown, Maine, are reading their local paper with new enthusiasm and interest. John McKernan, former Associated Press reporter and more recently on the staff of The Bangor Daily News, has recently become edtior and
4719181_19480601_000138.xml
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News From the Classes
1937
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[no value]
ROBERT P. FULLER
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
ALAN W. BRYANT
Thirty-four members of the class gathered at the Engineer's Club on April 15 and according to informant Bib Bankart the occasion was "highly successful from all points of view."
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News From the Classes
1938
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[no value]
ROBERT H. RENO
EWART G. WALLS JR.
ROBERT H. CARSON
Ten years ago, almost to the hour, our last Green Key weekend was in full swing. The fact that comprehensives were just around the corner did nothing to dull the gala affair. It was quite a year—an undefeated football team;
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1939
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[no value]
RICHARD S. JACKSON
GEORGE R. HANNA
DUNCAN L. FARR
Thirty-Nine was well represented at the annual Dartmouth Club of New York gathering in the spacious ballroom of the Hotel Commodore, even though we didn't rate any prizes for attendance. On hand were Bill Cunningham (the
4719181_19480601_000141.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1940
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JOHN MOODY
JOHN F. WILLSON
ELDON E. FOX
Spring has come to Vermont, but not to the Class of 1940. At last look, we were struggling to stay in the first division of our Alumni Fund league. The eager beaver section represented by those of us who try to keep the '4O
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
LEWIS K. JOHNSTONE
It's the home stretch, fellows, and you only have until June 30 to get that check in for the Alumni Fund. We need those contributions from every man-jack in the class to put us over the top in the number one spot this year. I
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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
Just to keep you people confused, I've moved again. As this is written I'm practically living in my car, a small, weatherbeaten article which rolled off Uncle Henry Ford's assembly lines a good many years ago. Or I would be,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1943
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FRED F. STOCKWELL
WILLIAM T. MAECK
JOHN A. KOSLOWSKI
This, gentlemen, is my "Swan Song as your Class Recorder of news, views, and all that stuff. The next column, a report on the Reunion, will be written by your new Scribe. The time is growing short—hope you have all made your
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1944
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DR. DONALD L. BURNHAM
HOMER G. BOCART
This is the last reminder of our big Fifth Reunion, June 18-20. It is not too late to make plans for the jaunt to Hanover to get in on the activities, if you are one of those few who haven't signed up yet. It is going to be too good
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
NICHOL M. SANDOE JR.
The time for the spring fraternity elections is at hand again with the result that TedBelfit is president of Psi Upsilon and JohnJoyce holds the same position for Sigma Nu.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1946
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JAMES E. O'NEIL
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
THOMAS K. BURNAP
This college year is rapidly drawing to a close and consequently, in less than another month, the large majority of those '46's still on campus will complete their association as undergraduates in the College. As most of you
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
EDWARD P. SCULLY
Your secretary no longer enjoys the warmth of the sunny days of Goose Creek, Texas, but now, through necessity, edits the class notes from Toledo, Ohio, at 3426 Darlington Road, a permanent address for probably less than a
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
D. N. A. A.
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JOHN H. COPENHAVER JR.
MAX PRYOR
J. FREDERICK PFAU 111
Your correspondent is going to be a hard man to convince that such a thing as mental telepathy doesn't exist. In the last column, I dropped a hint that I would like to hear from one of my old side-kicks, namely William S. Butler.
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'07's 41st Reunion
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'O7 will hold its 41st Reunion In Hanover, on June 18, 19 and 20. There will be No assessment No program No reunion committee.
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Article
Associated school News
Tuck School
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G.W. Woodworth H.L. Duncombe,Jr.
THE tabulation of the Tuck Alumni Questionnaires and Earning Cards is making progress. We have been proceeding slowly in the hope that we would be able to include a few additional late arrivals. The more complete the returns
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Associated school News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29.
As this is being written another school .year is drawing to a close at an alarming pace and the calendar for the coming month looks awfully full. First in line will be the annual meeting of Alumni Officers in Hanover this
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Books
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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JUNE
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A Report From Europe
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Howard C. Thomas '43 of Newton, Mass.,attending the Graduate Institute of International Studies at Geneva, Switzerland, in aletter to Class Secretary Fred Stockwell, givesa very enlightening report of conditions inEurope as he sees them. He has
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EMERSON
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Doctor! Author!
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A doctor seldom has much free time to himself, but Dr. Milton M. Lieberthal '32 has even less after using it to pursue a hobby that has already started to pay him back royally. Dr. Lieberthal, who lives in Long Hill, Conn., now
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