Issue: 19480701

Thursday, July 1, 1948
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Union Carbide
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Tucker Letters Wanted
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THE NEW CRESCENT BEACH HOTEL
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IYORK SAFETY JACK CO., INC.
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TILESTON & HOLLINGSWORTH COMPANY
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As is the custom, the July issue is devoted almost entirely to reports on Commencement and Class Reunions. In his Commencement Address, President Frank P. Graham of the University of North Carolina, honorary degree recipient
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Masthead
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Table of Contents
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The INN AND COTTAGES-BY-THE-SEA
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Taylor Wines
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Books
Books
THE FEDERALIST: A STUDY IN ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
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Robert K. Carr '29.
_ by Leonard D.White '14. The Macmillan Company, 1948,538 PP-> $6.00.
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Books
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CHURCH UNION: WHY NOT
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Rev. Chester B. Fisk.
by John R.Scotford 'n. Pilgrim Press, 1948, 123 pp.,$2.00.
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Books
Books
THE NOBEL PRIZE TREASURY
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Vernon Hall Jr.
, ed. byMarshall McClintock '26. Doubleday, 1948,pp. 612, $4.00.
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A WAH HOO WAH!
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FOR J. FRANK DRAKE '02, elected Chairman of the Board of the Gulf Oil Corporation.
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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Pan Aerican
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Frederick Smith, A.M.
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Saint Mary's-in-the-Mountains
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EMERSON
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Vermont Academy
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KIMBALL UNION ACADEMY
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Faculty Notes
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Professor Van H. English drew the maps for John C. Miller's Triumph of Freedom, 1775-1783, published by Little, Brown andCompany.
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Article
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College Holds 179 th Commencement
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Rain Fails to Spoil Colorful Exercises, Divided Between the Bema and Webster Hall, at Which June Class of 471 Men Get Bachelor Degrees
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President's Valedictory
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Graduating Seniors Are Given Three Landmarks Against Which to Measure Capacity for Growth
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"It Is Our Task . . . "
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Francis R. Drury Jr., in Valedictory to the College, Pledges Graduates to Uphold Thesis of Democracy
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Not Now at Noon
The 1948 Class Poem
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ROBERT C. MACLEOD '46
Now, just this close upon Memorial Day, Before the leaves of the wreaths on the graves Have shriveled dry, crumbled to the touch, Or blown away The survivors come.
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The Commencement Address
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Dr. Frank P. Graham Discusses America's Position as World Leader and Urges Greater Moral Power Through More Democracy at Home
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1923 Makes Memorial Fund History
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Ever since the day that the Class of 1923 let it be known that it would be satisfied with nothing less than $100,000 for its Class Memorial Fund, to be presented at the 25th Reunion this year, the rest of the Dartmouth family has taken a
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The Fifty-Year Address
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John R. Spring '98 Notes Many College Changes But Finds the Dartmouth Spirit a Constant Thing
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Dartmouth Awards Honorary Degrees to Six
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Always a highlight of the Commencement exercises, honorary degrees wereconferred this year upon six men, two ofwhom received the Doctorate of Laws, twothe Doctorate of Letters, and two the degree of Master of Arts. In awarding thehonorary degrees
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With the Faculty
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ROBERT K. CARR '29, Professor of Gov. ernment, has been named Joel Parker Professor of Law and Political Science, it was announced by President Dickey following the June meeting of the Board of Trustees. The chair was last
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Eight Classes Return
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Their Hanover Reunions on June 18-20 Weekend Mark Successful Start of the New Robinson Plan
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Reunion Cup Winners
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Two classes holding reunions Commencement weekend, the 50-year and 25-year classes, took top honors for attendance at reunions this year. With 23 of its 33 living graduates present, the Class of 1898 compiled 70 percentage
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News of the College
Med. School Anniversary
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FORMAL OBSERVANCES marking the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Dartmouth Medical School, third oldest in the U.S., will be held July 22-24 on the campus. The three-day Sesquicentennial Celebration will open Thursday
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News of the College
Heads Alumni Council
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ROSWELL F. MAGILL '16 of New York was elected to succeed Karl W. Koeniger '17 of Newark, N. J., as president of the Alumni Council at its annual spring meeting held June 17-18 in Hanover with 27 present and 24 past members in
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News of the College
Heads General Alumni
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AT THE ANNUAL Commencement meeting L of the General Alumni Association of Dartmouth College, Everett M. Baker 24 of Cambridge, Mass., was elected president for the coming year. Dr. Baker, former pastor of the First Unitarian
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News of the College
Churchill Prize
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THE WILLIAM S. CHURCHILL Freshman Prize for the outstanding member of the first-year class was awarded last month to Paul R. Meyer of Yonkers, N. Y. During his first year at Dartmouth, Meyer has maintained a good scholastic
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News of the College
News Bulletin
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As this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE was about to go to press, the Dartmouth Board of Trustees made the important announcement that Halsey C. Edgerton '06, treasurer of the College, would retire on June 30 of next year and
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News of the College
New Alumni Trustee
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SIGURD S. LARMON '14 of New York City, president of Young and Rubicam, was elected an Alumni Trustee of the College at the annual Commencement meeting of the board June 12. He succeeds William J. Minsch '07, also of New York,
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News of the College
Faculty Appointments
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THE APPOINTMENTS of three assistant professors, one associate professor, 19 instructors, four teaching fellows and two research assistants were approved at the June 12 meeting of the Board of Trustees.
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News of the College
Tuck-Thayer Graduates
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BOTH THE TUCK SCHOOL of Business Administration and the Thayer School of Engineering held graduation exercises for their second-year classes the first week in June.
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News of the College
College Delegates
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THE COLLEGE was represented by alumni at three academic observances recently. Rowland M. Myers '29 attended the University of Frankfurt festival and Rededication of the Paulskirche May 18 in Frankfurt, Germany. Herbert L.
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News of the College
Alumni Fund Nears Goal
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ALTHOUGH complete figures were not available as the MAGAZINE went to press, the 1948 Alumni Fund will reach its full $375,000 objective and the goal will probably be exceeded when additional gifts mailed before June 30 from points
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News of the College
"Whitey" Fuller Resigns
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Robert P. "Whitey" Fuller '37, director of publicity for the Dartmouth College Athletic Council, has accepted the position of Assistant to the Publishers of the recently merged Ski News and Ski Illustrated and will end his
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News of the College
Mr. Hopkins Honored
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PRESIDENT-EMERITUS Hopkins, now president of the National Life Insurance Company, last month received a highly pleasing recognition of his services as an educational leader from the New Hampshire State Board of Education. This
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
BASEBALL
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Francis E. Merrill '36
It is my extremely pleasant duty to inform you that Dartmouth won the championship of the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League this spring with a record of 7 wins and 1 defeat (by Yale). In the process of fabricating this
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LACROSSE
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Francis E. Merrill '36
The other aggregation that hung up an outstanding record this spring was Tommy Dent's lacrosse team, winning the New England League with even more than their customary ease. The racket wielders were undefeated in League
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MISCELLANY
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Francis E. Merrill '36
Ed McNeil was unanimously elected captain of baseball for next year, thereby being one of the comparatively few men in recent memory to be captain of the same sport two years in a row. Ed interrupted his college career (he
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Dedicate Hiilman Memorial
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On saturday, June 19, following the meeting of the General Association of Alumni, the granite boulder and bronze plaque honoring the memory of the late Harry Hiilman, Dartmouth track coach, was dedicated on Memorial Field.
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1948 Grid Schedule
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Oct. 2 Pennsylvania at Philadelphia 9 Holy Cross at Hanover 16 Colgate at Hanover 23 Harvard at Cambridge 3° Yale at New Haven Nov. 6 Columbia at Hanover 13 Cornell at Ithaca 20 Princeton at Princeton
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Last Month's Results
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Baseball-Amherst 3, Dartmouth 2; Dartmouth 7, Brown 3; Dartmouth 7, Williams 5; Dartmouth 5, Vermont 0; Colgate 7, Dartmouth 1; Dartmouth 3, Maryland 0.
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Glasses
Central New York
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JOHN WHITE '41
April 1 was not April Fool's Day in Syracuse, N. Y. Rather it was Dartmouth Day for the Dartmouth Club of Central New York. That evening at the University Club some 90 members and guests gathered together for the rare and
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Louisiana
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BRUNSWICK J. DEUTSCH '35
When Sid Hayward planed into the Crescent City from Houston on April 4, leaving behind the din and excitement usually attended upon any Texas pow-wow (see News from Clubs, May, 1948), he was happy-his rugged tour was almost
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Detroit
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ROBERT B. DEWEY '42
The summer program is getting under way in good shape for the alumni in and about Detroit. As you read this Johnny Manser '26 will have again engineered the annual stag golf party at Gowanie Country Club in Mt. Clemens.
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Washington
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LAWRENCE C. REEVES '33
Certainly one of the finest of all Dartmouth parties is the Annual Spring Dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Richmond at the beautiful home of Dr. Douglas VanderHoof '01. On June 5, the following members of the Dartmouth Club of
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Hartford
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JOHN S. WYPER '42
On Thursday afternoon, June 4, Hartford's faithful played softball with the neighboring New Britain Club. This was the first in what is hoped will become an annual home and home series.
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Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
Recent activities of the Southern California Association include the April and May Hollywood luncheons and the Dartmouth-Cornell-Penn Field Day.
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The Great Divide
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NORRIS E. WILLIAMSON '26
Don Mckinlay '37.
It's cool up here on the Great Divide! We send to the other Clubs our best wishes for the summer—and our sympathy. The most important date on the Great Divide's SUMMER schedule is Wednesday, JULY TWENTYFIRST. Beginning at 3
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Charles River
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JOHN L. LUTZ JR. '38
In spite of weeping skies, typical of the New England weather we have been enjoying for more than a month, approximately seventy-five Dartmouth Alumni and their families gathered Saturday afternoon, June 5, at five o'clock on
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Cleveland
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DR. J. RICHARD LOUGHRY '34
A most fitting climax for a very busy winter and spring was the Annual Alumni Officers Meeting held in Hanover on May 14 and 15. Hanover looked wonderful—even in the rain. To pick out the most interesting and enjoyable function
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Western Connecticut
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Everett E. Robie '17
The annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Western Connecticut was held at Hugo's Restaurant in Stamford on June 10, 1948. Thirty-seven members enjoyed an evening of "movies" and comradeship. Hanover,1947, in technicolor, was
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D.O.C. of Northern California
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WINSOR D. WILKINSON '10
Better days appear to be ahead for the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California. There has been a marked increase in interest in the Club's activities and in the membership.
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Dayton
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THOMAS H. GILLAUGH '46
The Dayton Dartmouths have had a very active year. Last fall we joined forces with the Cornells in this area to witness a "grid-graph" presentation of the Cornell-Dartmouth clash. There were about 35 in attendance. On December
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Northern California and Nevada
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ROBERT A. WHITE '41
All eight colleges were well represented, attendance zoo, in our first all-out Ivy League picnic June 5, in Marin County. After the last hamburger and each of the long battery of beer barrels tested "hollow," the day added up
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Philadelphia
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CORNWALL MILLER '39
Summer is here and the Philadelphia Alumni Association will have very little to report in the way of activity until that big smoker and dinner planned before the Penn football game in early fall. However, as in the past, every
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Hawaii
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WILLIAM L. ROLPH '45
The Dartmouth Club of Hawaii was reorganized in October, 1947, and elections were held the following month to elect officers. John Coonley '23 was elected president, Richard King '42 vice president and WilliamRolph '45
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DARTMOUTH CLUB OF CHINA 152 MINCHONG ROAD, SHANGHAI. 5, CHINA
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CHARLES P. GILSON '21
At our last tiffin meeting, Lin-Yi Ho '11, senior alumnus in Shanghai, was elected president of the Dartmouth Club of China, and Lester K. Little '14, who has done a fine job over the past several years in keeping in touch with
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Baltimore
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ALLEN BARRETT '44
The Dartmouth Club of Baltimore is feeling rather proud of itself these days on two counts. First has to do with the number of students we are presenting the Class of 1952 eight. According to reliable reports, this is the
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Chicago
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ROBERT MCCLORY '30
President Bob Critchell '33 is aiming to have a balanced schedule of alumni activities for the Dartmouth men in this locality. On August 36, we will all gather again at the farm of Louis Leverone '04 for our annual outing which
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Seattle
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COLBY D. HOWE '39
Monthly Meetings Monthly meetings of the Dartmouth Alumni Association in Seattle will be held on the third Friday of every month. Please get in touch with the Secretary for exact time and place.
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Virginia
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HENRY F. STERN '46
The weather man having given us the first break in about three weeks, our Annual Dinner meeting got under way in most favorable circumstances on the afternoon of June 5. As in many past years we were most fortunate in being
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Wisconsin
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VAUGHN G. BERRY '24
Monday noon Luncheon at the Schwaben-Hof, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Cincinnati
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GRANT HESSER '41
The keg was tapped at 8 p.m. on May 25 the place: Hotel Alms—the occasion: a dividend party and some incidental business, namely the election of new officers. HassWarrener rapped on the table with an empty stein and the meeting
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Best Club Secretary
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This year's recipient of the Alumni Club Secretaries Award is Edward W. Atkinson '28, secretary of the Dartmouth Club of Central Ohio. In making the award at the annual dinner of class and club officers in Hanover on May
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
The 60th Reunion of 1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
IT is HARDLY CORRECT to apply the word "reunion" to the sole individual who returned to Hanover for June 11-13, that the Class of '88 should have representation at its 60th anniversary. The June MAGAZINE reported our Exeter
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1889 Returns for Fifty-Ninth
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
THE TRADITIONAL gathering of '89 men each June at Commencement time brought to Hanover this year seven members of our class. Their pictures and names appear in the accompanying group photograph. "Doc" Warden came on from his
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1893 At Its 55th
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WILLARD G. ABORN
THE FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR reunion of '93 is now a matter of history.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1898's Golden Anniversary
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JOHN R. SPRING '98
THE FIFTIETH REUNION of the Class of '98, "The Middle-aged Old Men," was held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 11, 12 and 13. The Hanover Inn and the Ski Hut in the rear were the headquarters for the class, and the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1908 Has Festive Fortieth
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ARTHUR B. ROTCH '08
WE FORGET how many million Frenchmen can't be wrong, but it is unlikely that 75 members of the class of 1008 are in error in saying the 40th Reunion, June 18, 19 and 20, was the outstanding event of its kind. Thirty-nine wives
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1913 Celebrates Thirty-Fifth
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WARDE WILKINS
IT RAINED part of every day except Sunday, but not enough to spoil anything except the picture which had to be taken Sunday morning after several had to leave for home—or the golf links.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1918's Terrific Thirtieth
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
FURTIVE REUNION SUNSHINE, extinct the graduation weekend before, and mighty coy at our own, was flooding all of Tuck Drive, where it approaches close to the campus, as '18ers, wives and children poured in and out to "Gold
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1919 Holds Its Thirtieth
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J. KENNETH HUNTINGTON
OUR goTH REUNION will go down in class history as "One of the Best." With our delayed 25 th just behind us, let's compare notes. June 1946 was hot, Hot, HOT. Outside of a few hours of rainfall Saturday morning, June 19, our
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
Twenty-Three's Twenty-Fifth
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
THE BIG SHOW lived up to its advance billing and the expectations of every Jack, Jill and little Jack and Jill (a description which amounts to poetic license so far as the kids are concerned) who piled into Hanover. About one
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1933 s Fabulous Fifteenth
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
IF WE may coin a phrase, we've had it, and a tumultuous, frenetic Fifteenth it was, by all odds the most successful in our history. We have only one regret, namely, that in a moment of weakness a week or so ago we assured Editor
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1938 Has Successful Tenth
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ROBERT H. RENO
REUNION WAS a great success. The committee, headed by Art Soule and EarlWard, did a wonderful job in arranging all the details. There was a buffet supper served at the Tent, which, appropriately enough, was at the edge of the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1943's Festive Fifth
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FRED F. STOCKWELL
I THOUGHT that I had written my last report for this MAGAZINE, but I was told that I had one more to do—that being the story of our reunion—so, if you'll bear with me once more then I'll turn the job over to Elmer Stevens, our
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1944 Holds Frivolous Fifth
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DONALD L. BURNHAM
THIS WILL BE mainly in the form of a report of Forty-Four's Frivolous Fifth reunion. First of all a vote of thanks should go to the reunion committee, which was under the capable direction of Al How land and whose members
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Article
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Best Class Secretary
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The award for the best class secretary of 1948 was bestowed upon Warde Wilkins, secretary for the class of 1913 for the past twenty-five years, at the annual dinner of class and club officers in Hanover on May 15. In making the
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Article
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Best Class Treasurer
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As the man who has kept 1912 out of the red and very much in the black, Ralph D. Pettingell, treasurer of the Class of 1912 for the past six years, was honored at the annual dinner of class and club officers in Hanover on May
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Small Ads
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DARTMOUTH AT MOOSILAUKE
DARTMOUTH AT MOOSILAUKE
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Rand's Furniture Store
Rand's Furniture Store
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Article
Associated Sterol News
Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN, M.D.
COMMENCEMENT sent twenty-three diplomates of our two-year course on their various ways. Lee E. Bartholomew of Summit, N. J.; Robert W. Berry of Bristol, Conn.; Robert A. Hoekelman Jr. of Cliffside Park, N. J.; John R. McGreevy
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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USE GULTPRIDE OIL
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received, within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number ]
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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