Issue: 19481101

Monday, November 1, 1948
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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James Campion
James Campion
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THE PRUDENTIAL
THE PRUDENTIAL
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Greate Western
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IN THE NATIONAL ELECTION, which reaches its culmination this month, the issue of civil rights has played an important role, particularly in the split of the Democratic Party. To discuss this issue and its significance for the
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Masthead
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Pinehurst NORTH CAROLINA
Pinehurst NORTH CAROLINA
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Guaranty Trust Company of New York
Guaranty Trust Company of New York
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Pan American World Airways
Pan American World Airways
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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David Lambuth
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Books
Books
THIDWICK THE BIG HEARTED MOOSE,
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by Theodore S. Geisel '25. Random House,1948, 40 p.
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APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY,
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Samuel Feldman.
by Harold ErnestBurtt '11. Prentice-Hall, 1948, 821 pages.$7.35.
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PUBLIC OPINION AND PROPAGANDA,
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Michael Choukas '27.
by Leonard W. Doob '29. Henry Holt &Co., New York, 1948, 600 pp. $5.00.
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COPS OR CORPSES,
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Herbert F. West '22.
by Channing L. Bete'29. Newell Pond Press, Greenfield, Mass.1948. Unpaged. $1.
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THE ECONOMY AND ITS MONEY
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G. W. Woodworth
Hastings Lyon *01. New York, John Felsberg, Inc., 1947. 112 pp.
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The INN
The INN
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Gold Seal
Gold Seal
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Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR LEON B. KENDALL '10, named General Manager of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company.
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PHILCO
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Rogers Peet Company
Rogers Peet Company
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Alumni Notes
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Makers of fine chothes
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Faculty Notes
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Mineral Composition of New HampshireSands, by the late Professor J. W. Goldthwait has just been issued by the New HampshireState Planning and Development Commission.
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Western Electric
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New York's First Commercial Bank
New York's First Commercial Bank
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Toward an Ivy League
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
THESE BRACING fall afternoons, disciplined bands of well-muscled young men are engaged in various forms of derring-do on the gridirons of a certain eight or ten institutions of higher learning in the eastern United States. These
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The Hanover Scene
Early Birds
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HANOVER, like every living thing, has its rhythms, and in common with most communities committed to education or the resort business, or to the more likely combination of both, has in fact a dual system—a daily rhythm
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CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMERICA
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ROBERT K. CARR '29,
Regardless of the election, "the next four years are certain to see the most determined effort to enact federal civil rights laws since the 1870s"
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The Four Rights
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The President's Committee on Civil Rights, of which Professor Carr was executive secretary, stated in its printed report, To Secure These Rights, that four basic rights seemed important to the Committee and influenced its
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Dartmouth's First Family at Moosilauke
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ALL FIVE MEMBERS OF THE DICKEY FAMILY were present at a 1929 party for Hanover classmates, their wives and children at the DOC Ravine Camp in September. Shown against the backdrop of Dartmouth's Mt. Moosilauke are, left to right, Christina,
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North of Boston
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Parrker Merrow '25.
THEY aint much happened sence the last riting. We just got done rebushing the church. Wood furnace smoked some. Looked up the records and found it was bot back in 1898. I driv to Portland to get adjustment from the folks
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The Dartmouth Elms
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Mildred Jachens.
Their Irreplaceable Beauty Appreciated as Dutch Elm Disease Invades the Valley
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Guest Preacher
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RT. REV. NORMAN B. NASH, Episcopal Bishop of Eastern Massachusetts and former rector at St. Paul's School, was the guest preacher at the first College Service held Sunday, October 10, in Rollins Chapel. Special music was
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Convocation Address
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President Dickey's address at the Convocation Exercises opening Dartmouth's 180th year was delivered Friday morning, October i, before a student-faculty audience that filled Webster Hall to overflowing. It marked a departure from the short, informal talk with which President Dickey has opened each college year since taking office, and dealt with national affairs as well as with the educational purposes of the College. The address follows in full:
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With the Faculty
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RIIHE LEADERSHIP of the Democratic Party -L in New Hampshire is definitely in Dartmouth faculty hands this fall, with Herbert W. Hill, Professor of History, running for the Governorship as the nominee of that party, and with
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A Report from Europe
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EDWIN A. BOCK '43
"The summer is over; Ihe harvest is gathered in—and we are still not saved."
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
MY ILLUSTRIOUS FRIEND Frank Horan '22 collects and reads the books of Graham Greene and I hope that in time he will present his collection, through the "Friends," to the Dartmouth College Library. Meanwhile Greene's newest
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'52 Trip Sets Mark
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John E. Reeves '45.
IN MID-SEPTEMBER IGS freshmen from 31 states and two foreign countries headed for Hanover to participate in the annual Freshman Trip. Converging on Hanover in addition were 35 upperclass leaders—interested members of the Outing
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With the D.O.C.
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John E. Reeves '45.
NOTABLE among the summer activities of D.O.C. members were the trips of Richard P. Nickelsen '49, Donald B. Wales '46, Robert Griffith '50, Charles D. Vanderhof '49, Douglas Carter '49, Martin B. Person '51, David A. White '50,
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News of the College
Enrollment 2,953
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As OF OCTOBER 10, enrollment for the 1. first semester of 1948-49 was 2,953, slightly less than the record-breaking 3,001 of a year ago. Represented in the student body are classes ranging from 1936 to 1952, with the freshman
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News of the College
New Inn Manager
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CHESTER A. WESCOTT '14 of Bar Harbor, Maine, has been named manager of the Hanover Inn, beginning December 1, President Dickey announced last month.
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News of the College
"Pat" Kaney Dies
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PATRICK JOSEPH KANEY, Assistant Professor of Physical Education, died unexpectedly at his home in Hanover, September 23, at the age of 65. Known to thousands of alumni for his "rec" classes and for his work with Dartmouth
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News of the College
Physics Addition
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CONSTRUCTION BEGAN LAST MONTH on a two-story shop wing on the south end of Wilder Physics Laboratories. Designed by J. Fredrick Larson, College Architect, the new wing will have a floor area measuring 35 by 42 feet. The first
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News of the College
Foreign Service Adviser
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PRESIDENT DICKEY has accepted an appointment by Secretary of State Marshall as a member of the Advisory Committee for the Foreign Service Institute of the Department of State. Established in March, 1947, the Foreign Service
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News of the College
117 Sons of Alumni Listed in New Freshman Class
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The freshman class of 1952, which began its Dartmouth career last month with a membership of 720 men, includes 117 sons of Dartmouth alumni. The Class of 1925, with 15 sons among the new freshmen, holds top honors this year, followed by
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News of the College
"G. I." Science Lectures
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THREE NOTED AMERICAN physical scientists and one social scientist were scheduled to address seniors in the Great Issues course for the section on "Science and the Quality of Progress."
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News of the College
Academic Delegates
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THE COLLEGE was represented by alumni at six academic ceremonies during the latter part of October. Prof. Louis P. Benezet '99 attended the inauguration of his son, Louis T. Benezet '36 as president of Allegheny College October
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News of the College
Erskine Caldwell Gift
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THE DARTMOUTH LIBRARY'S outstanding collection of Erskine Caldwell material was made even finer—perhaps the best in the country—by the recent addition of valuable typescripts and first drafts from the author himself. Mr.
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News of the College
Five DP's Enrolled as Students
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THROUGH THE EFFORTS of the Undergraduate Council, five Displaced Persons were enrolled at Dartmouth this fall under a plan whereby the combined fee is paid by the College, rooming accomodations are provided by fraternities,
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Pennsylvania 26, Dartmouth 13
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Before a gathering of 60,000 persons, including the University's new president Harold Stassen, Pennsylvania conducted an aggressive defense with such dash and ferocity that they scored four touchdowns and thereby decisively
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DARTMOUTH 41, COLGATE 16
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Francis E. Merrill '26
We are able at press time to squeeze in only the above score of the Oct. 16 game. Details next month.
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DARTMOUTH 19, HOLY CROSS 6
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Before the largest opening crowd in the history of Memorial Stadium, the Green bounced back from their defeat by Penn and practically ran the heavier and highly favored minions of Holy Cross out of the park. The score was 19-6,
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IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS
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(As of October 16)
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CROSS COUNTRY
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Francis E. Merrill '26
There was early practice this fall in cross country and soccer, as well as football. When queried by your inquiring reporter on the background for this step, Coach Ellie Noyes explained that the first meet was scheduled for a
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November Schedule
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FOOTBALL
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SOCCER
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Coach Tommy Dent (in collaboration with other interested parties) is the proud parent of a new baby, entitled the Eastern Intercollegiate Soccer League. This fledgling organization was founded this fall and consists of (in
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MISCELLANY
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Coach Ellie Noyes has an assistant to help him with the shot putters, discus throwers, and assorted muscle men who make with the weights. The new assistant coach is Edmund Styrna, an alumnus of the University of New Hampshire
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News from Clubs & Classes
Long Island
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JOHN COULSON '39
September has been a busy month for the Long Island Association. All the officers and executive committee reported in and immediately went to work for Ed Warnke '19, chairman of Long Island's reception for President John Sloan
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Louisiana
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BRUNSWICK G. DEUTSCH '35
Our deep south summer doldrums having been dissipated by our annual September hurricane, the fall and spring sessions of monthly luncheon meetings got under way at Arnaud's Restaurant, on September 21, amid the beguiling aroma
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The Great Divide
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DONALD C. MCKINLAY
The Aspens have turned and there's snow in the back range. Our picnics are over but the gluewine is cooking. (If the Association doesn't relax we'll have to ask for more space to report its activities.)
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Chicago
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ROBERT MCCLORY '30
LUNCHEON EVERY MONDAY NOONUNIVERSITY CLUB, CHICAGO
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Southeast Florida
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LINCOLN DANIELS '34
Although a hurricane spent its fury on Miami October 5 our monthly luncheon was held next day as scheduled with ten men on hand to maintain a good showing for these noon gatherings which started last spring. Bob Pierce '25
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The Northwest
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BOBB CHANEY '35
At the first luncheon meeting in September, six entering freshmen were entertained. They were: Evan Nelson, Jerry Dean Kelly, Kent Calhoun, Wayne Linman, James Wittenberg, and David Merle Litsey. Among other things they were
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Boston
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WILLIAM H. PERRY '21
Here's a review of Boston activities:
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Rockford
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KARL C. WILLIAMS '23
The annual September undergraduate dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Rockford was held at the Rockford Country Club on Tuesday evening, September 21, with J. A. Bartlett '07 presiding over the program. Present were:
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Glens Falls
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JOHN BULLARD '41
The Dartmouth Club of Glens Falls and Vicinity started off its new year with an outing and clam steam at the Battenkill Country Club, Greenwich, N. Y., on Saturday, September 11. Bill Sharp '26 with the aid of DonHanks '41 and
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Springfield, Vt.
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F. RAY ADAMS '19
The Dartmouth Club of Springfield, Vermont took off oh a flying start for its 1948-49 schedule at a dinner meeting on September 3 at "Stellafane,'' world famous home of the Springfield Telescope Makers. While the numbers were
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Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
Sunday, September 12, established a day which should be prominent in the history of the Southern California Association. It was the date of the first deep sea fishing party.
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Cleveland
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DR. J. RICHARD LOUGHRY '34
If this report is late in reaching the editor please wire Bill Veeck of the Cleveland Indians and blame the winning of the American League Pennant for the delay. For the past six days this town has really been delirious.
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Houston
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JOHN O. HOYT '34
After a rather quiet summer, temperatures of which made most of us wish for a little of that good old Hanover cold weather, the Houston alumni combined their first fall meeting with election of officers at a cocktail party at
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Baltimore
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ALLEN M. BARRETT '44
With an enlarged enrollment caused by the recent gravitation of a half-dozen alumni to this city, the Dartmouth Club of Baltimore is looking forward to one of the busiest seasons in its annals.
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Kansas City
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CHARLES F. YANCEY '46
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Kansas City held its first luncheon of the 1948-1949 term at the University Club, September 15. We had as our guests the men from this area who are entering in the Class of '52 and also those
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Philadelphia
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CORNWALL MILLER '39
On October 14, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Philadelphia held a very successful luncheon for all members of the entering freshman class and their fathers from this area. This event took place at the University Club and
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Rhode Island
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WILLIAM W. MACUKDA '36
By the time you read this the Rhode Island Association will have resumed the popular speaker luncheons of the past two years, the first to be held October 14, 1948 at the University Club in Providence. These luncheons will be
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New York City
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College Clube
The Clubhouse opened its doors for the first scheduled all-Dartmouth party of the fall season, when Dartmouth Night was celebrated, preceding the Colgate game, on October 15.
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Eastern Pennsylvania
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CARL L. N. ERDMAN '37
Lee Bausher's Blue Mountain farm again attracted Dartmouth Alumni of Eastern Pennsylvania to the annual Fall get-together and picnic on Saturday, September 18. Thirty-five Alumni, wives, and children arrived from Reading,
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Cincinnati
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E. GRANT HESSER '41
The fall outing of the Dartmouth Club of Cincinnati was held at the CAC Club in Ludlow, Kentucky. All who attended found the Green D which located the picnic grounds and when your secretary arrived there was already a
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Wisconsin
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VAUGHN C. BERRY '24
A news item in the Milwaukee Journal stunned your secretary when he read it almost a week after our picnic of Sept. 11. Fred(Bish) Ivins '32 was severely injured only fifteen or twenty minutes after he left the B & B Ranch, the
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Omaha
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HODGE L. JONES JR. '40
On September 14 more than 25 turned out for a dinner in honor of freshmen and undergraduates returning to Dartmouth. Several of the boys had already departed for school via New York City, but we were glad to welcome John
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News from the Classes
1883
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ALFRED E. WATSON
With only two other graduates o£ my class still surviving, besides myself, I have very little basis for class notes and I have recently reported on the conditions touching all survivors, since which I have learned of no substantial
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News from the Classes
1885
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY H. AUSTIN
The secretary has received word of the death of Mrs. Otis E. Hovey, but no details are at hand. She died in June last and presumably at her home in Albany, New York, where she has lived for several years. She was a constant
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38,39
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1887
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
STANLEY E. JOHNSON
FRANK B. SANBORN
During the summer death has taken two members of the Class of '87, D. Waldo White and Winifred S. Ross.
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39
39
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1888
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
The Ben Simonds family held a reunion at Reading, Pa., Aug. 12, and Mrs. Simonds welcomed five grandchildren along with her two sons and their wives. The sons are Carlton, Dartmouth '24 and Robert, Dartmouth '25. The family
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39
39
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1889
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RALPH S. BARTLETT
It is the sad duty of the secretary to report the death of our president Henry P. Blair, in Washington, D. C., October 3. He passed away at the Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital where he had been a patient since September 7.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1890
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALVIN H. BACON
The death of Will Earle reduces our ranks to 13, the lucky number; that is, the next member of the class must be not less than 90 years old when he goes the way of all flesh. A most interesting letter from his widow, Louise,
4719181_19481101_000085.xml
article
39
39
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1891
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
Announcement is at hand telling of the marriage of Cornelia Dewey to Oscar Barrows '38, the son of Malcolm D. Barrows '91.
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39
39,40
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1892
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR M. STRONG
Boston is indulging in a referendum as to whether the primary and grammar schools shall be run on the one or two sessions plan. Our Billy Emerson stepped into the picture in a letter to The Boston Herald on September 29 with a
4719181_19481101_000087.xml
article
40
40
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1893
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
Just as the October issue was going to press, we learned of the death of George Greeley which occurred September 13, at the Marlboro Hospital. In our haste to get this information in the October issue we, in some unaccountable
4719181_19481101_000088.xml
article
40
40
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 10, 11, and 12, 1948
4719181_19481101_000089.xml
article
40
40
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1895
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
"Tommie" Thompson holds the spot-light at this writing. By the way, his Massachusetts family all call him "Tompy" (phonetic spelling).
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41
41
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM H. HAM
886 Main St., Bridgeport 3, Conn.
4719181_19481101_000091.xml
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42
42,43
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY D. CROWLEY
Fred Lord was one of the speakers at the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Dartmouth Medical School which was celebrated last summer.
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43
43
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
This is the natal month of the Secretary who felicitates also November born Boston,Galusha, Martin, Surrey and Woodman.
4719181_19481101_000093.xml
article
43
43
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Clarence McDavitt, who has been diligent in the search for the families of deceased members of the class, reports in the case of the wife of Henry Lunt, who died in Lewis- ton, Idaho, in 1921. It appears that Mrs. Lunt, the
4719181_19481101_000094.xml
article
43
43,44
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Howard Hall reports the biggest season ever at the Howe Caverns, nature's under- ground wonderland Bill O'Leary has re- signed as Headmaster of the Lawrence High School, after 25 years' service in that position. Bill began
4719181_19481101_000095.xml
article
44
44
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENNISTON
This has been a pleasant summer in Maine, made more so to me by visits with three 1902 classmates. Tom and Estelle Barnes invited Jennie and me down to Brunswick for dinner and an afternoon at their cozy camp, a beauti- ful site
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44
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
Nearby is the photographic evidence of presence at the June Reunion. Jig, the air- minded youth from the Windy City, couldn't keep his feet on the ground long enough for the group picture but was away on the first possible
4719181_19481101_000097.xml
article
45
45
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GILBERT H. FALL
8027 Seminole Avenue, Philadelphia 18, Pa.
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45
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
9 Pond St., Newburyport, Mass.
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45
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
The Boston Traveler of August 11 reported the death that day in Salem, Massachusetts, of Dr. Henry G. Carroll, 64, widely known for 37 years as a Salem and Boston eye and ear specialist. A native of Peabody, Dr. Car- roll was
4719181_19481101_000100.xml
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46
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
JOHN HINMAN
Memorial Fund Chairman, 257 Loring Ave., Pelham 65, N. Y.
4719181_19481101_000101.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT J. HOLMES
EDGAR S. CHAPPELEAR
Our 40th reunion will be on June 17, 18 and 19 next and it isn't too early to start making plans to attend. Our own class plans are pretty well set up on the basic items. We are greatly indebted to Don Cameron for all sorts of
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article
47
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
In these days of twisted emotions when one's mental peace can be slightly overturned by too deep thinking, it is ever refreshing to have the expressions of one who writes with old-fashioned frankness—Andy Scarlett re- ceived a
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article
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47,48,49
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
JOHN C. STERLING
The man who has done the most to bring about class cohesion and unity is now dead. Frank Dodge died on September 17 suddenly at Dick's House in Hanover. It was because of his love for his classmates and in his great generosity
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49
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
Memorial Fund Chairman, HENRY B. VAN DYNE Box 521, Troy, Pa.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
PARKER TROWBRIDGE
This spring Bill and Mildred Davis called on the Len Manleys at their La Jolla, Calif, home at iB6O Torrey Pine Road, and then came Hap Atwood who was attending a convention in Coronado. Hap will now chairman the 1949 Farm
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
FREDERICK A. DAVIDSON
Early in September, Ed Leech received the appointment as Dean of Nichols Junior College, at Dudley, Mass. Charles E. Leech was connected with Jones MacDuffee & Stratton for 18 years, many o£ which he served as VicePresident,
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51
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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[no value]
[no value]
SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
Roy Porter writes that on Aug. 11, Lelandand Ruth Smith of the Attleboro Smiths were visiting Hanover and celebrating their twentyfifth anniversary. Congratulations from the Class, Lee. Fletch Low's daughter Joan is transferring
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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
CLIFFORD BEAN Hampton, N. H.
So many things are happening to so many people in so many places at so many times, including me, that it seems the only time I can get to write these notes is when I am on a night watch in the Admiral's office. Beside me on the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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[no value]
[no value]
KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
GILBERT N. SWETT
These notes are being written September 22 as your scribe intends leaving on a fishing and hunting trip to northern Canada on the 24th, and won't be back until about the 10th of October. If any of you men want a carload of
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article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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[no value]
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
A warm sunshiny day; a lovely golf club nestling under shady oaks; golfers o'er the lee; accordian music at dusk; a cocktail party attended by 50 '18ers and their wives (oysters aplenty); barber shop quartettes springing up
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
For the New York crowd, the leading socialevent of the month was a class dinner stagedat the Dartmouth Club on September 17.Batch arranged the affair and it was a greatsuccess. Spider Martin was our guest of honorand his impending departure from
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
Fiftieth Birthdays in November: Class Agent Al Foley on the 11th; Charlie Piper, the 13th; Dick Welch, the 16th; Freddy Buschmann, the 20th; Johnny Allen, the 23d; Bung Roland, the 24th; Jim Stark, the 28th; and Exec. Comm.
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News from the Classes
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROBERT P. BURROUGHS
It is at this season of the year that your reporter owns up to a bad case of the "shakes," not to mention a feeling of frustration which certainly shouldn't be present after one of the best summers these parts ever experienced,if
4719181_19481101_000114.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
With the air full of politics, I will start these notes with a couple of timely items. Turn to page 24 of the September 27 issue of Time for a picture of Will Nicholson and a news item of his astounding political success.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART, 3rd
JULIUS A. RIPPEL
The big news at this time, as your correspondent moves quickly to compose this column, to meet the October 5 publication deadline, is of course, the SECOND ANNUAL DARTMOUTH '23 NIGHT, which passed into history a week ago.
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News from the Classes
1924
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JAMES T. WHITE
RICHARD A. HENRY
Memorial Fund Chairman, FRED C. SHANEMAN Box 1297, Tacoma, Wash. Guest Editor, PARKER L. JACKSON
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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[no value]
E. PAUL VENNEMAN
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
As these notes are being compiled, word has just come that the red and blue of Pennsylvania prevailed over the Big Green in the football opener. No doubt '26 was well represented in the stands but no reports from our spies
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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[no value]
DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
The big news this month is something we believe no other class can equal. Sure, some class secretaries have members who occasion- ally write to them from such ordinary ad- dresses as New York, Chicago, North Over- shoe, or East
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
RUPERT C. THOMPSON JR.
GEORGE H. PASFIELD
The picture of the '2B mixed party in New York which appears in adjoining columns was held over from last month because of lack of space in that issue. By popular demand, an- other similar party will be held this winter.
4719181_19481101_000120.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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[no value]
F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
MORTON C. JAQUITH
Faced with the prospects of a bare, or at best, meager column this month due to poor organization or something, a call for help brought forth the following splendid re- sponses for which I am most happy to ex- press my
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article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
I have almost concluded that I am leading too sedentary a life to be at all efficient in un- covering bits for this monthly column and that, rather than scribbling notes to you fellows here and there about the country, it might be
4719181_19481101_000122.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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[no value]
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
A major celebration was in order when Ward Thompson called that he and Roddy were spending a short vacation at the Cava- lier Hotel at Virginia Beach. Ward is the first o£ '3l to penetrate the depths of tide- water Virginia
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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[no value]
[no value]
MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN H. WOLFF JR.
cHARLFS D. DOERR
This column will appear just about the time the election returns are coming in. I know one group who won't be disappointed if Dewey gets the palm: my classmates. I have 120 returns before me on the questionnaire that Don
4719181_19481101_000124.xml
article
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67,68
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
We'll skip around a bit this month. For our first report we go to San Francisco where, al- most simultaneously, B. L. "Abe" Winslow '2O and our own Bob Allen picked up their shears and clipped this item from a chit-chat col- umn
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article
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News from the Classes
1934
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[no value]
FRANKLIN J. JACKSON
In this election year of Our Lord nineteen hunnert 'n forty-eight all but a precocious few of us Thirty-fours must be at least thirty-five by now. Well, the book says that when a gaffer has been around long enough to blow out
4719181_19481101_000126.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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[no value]
H. REGINALD BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
By the time you read this the football season will be well underway and we'll be crying in our beer or popping our vest buttons over the future of the Big Green. Fall will be well upon us. The morning air will be electric. And
4719181_19481101_000127.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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[no value]
NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
ALBERT L. GIBNEY
Every year around this time, our vital statistics department becomes revitalized—thanks to a fairly generous response to Jacko Morrison's postcard enclosure with his dues reminders. So, let's catch up on the new children,
4719181_19481101_000128.xml
article
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN H. EMERSON
EWART G. WALLS JR.
Leading social event of the month, at least in the Hub of the Universe, was 1938's annual Beer Picnic, held as usual at Coke Barton's estate in Stoneham. In spite of one of the worst near-cloudbursts in Boston history, fifteen of
4719181_19481101_000129.xml
article
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News from the Classes
1939
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[no value]
RICHARD S. JACKSON
GEORGE R. HANNA
HERE 8C THERE: According to the local press, Dave Schilling and his Lockheed F-8o Shooting Star Squadron made quite a ripple on their recent trip into Germany on "government business". Via the Armed Force magazine of July 1948,
4719181_19481101_000130.xml
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74
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News from the Classes
1940
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[no value]
JOHN MOODY
JOHN F. WILLSON
Services tor Hank Ingersoll were held September 25 in the Old South Methodist Church, Reading, Mass., the town where he had made an outstanding record in teaching and coaching just before the war. Captain Copeland, USN, a close
4719181_19481101_000131.xml
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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[no value]
DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
How many of you noted the August 2 issue of Life magazine I don't know, but the feature article involved Roy Rowan and a harrowing experience in the Chinese interior. Roy is the far eastern correspondent for Life and was on an
4719181_19481101_000132.xml
article
76
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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[no value]
JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
If it weren't for the fact that the hillsides hereabouts are getting ridiculously gay with an eye-searing display of colors which would make Van Gogh's palette finger itch, I wouldn't believe that another month had rolled
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News from the Classes
1943
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[no value]
ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
Dear Forty-three-ers, drag up a chair. The flashiest thing to be called to our attention during the past month was a page from the Aug. 28 issue o£ the Washington (D. C.) Times Herald forwarded to us from JackPfeiffer. It contained
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT A. MILLER
DONALD L. BURNHAM
The Penn game in Philly drew a respectable turnout of '44s. Bob Mcl.aughry spun down from Niagara-Hudson power interests in Buffalo; "Bird" Partridge, wholesale groceries tycoon of Brockton, Mass., was there, as was Dick Mac
4719181_19481101_000135.xml
article
78
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
We have quite a few new grads among our fellow classmates. The following received their degrees in June of this year: William G. Berge, Joseph E. Michael Jr., John R. Shannon, Ernest J. Alexander, Robert D. Allen, Robert L.
4719181_19481101_000136.xml
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News from the Classes
1946
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JAMES E. O'NEIL
CHARLES T. DUNCAN
Once again that time of year has rolled around where the afternoons are just a bit clearer and cooler, the leaves become multicolored and fall, and colleges all over the country open their doors once again to welcome back
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News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
With the graduation of 56 members of the class this past June, the class of '47 now boasts 558 members, of which 494 are graduates of Dartmouth College. Our number is increasing.
4719181_19481101_000138.xml
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News from the Classes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
WILLIAM C. FELTON
College is once more in session and the '48s back in Hanover are again dividing their time between classes and the football weekend social life. The brightly colored autumn leaves are blazing out all over the campus, literally
4719181_19481101_000139.xml
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News from the Classes
D. N. A. A.
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JOHN H. COPENHAVER JR.
J. FREDERICK PFAU III
Perhaps there should be a small apology for the absence of this column from the October issue of the MAGAZINE, though this time there is a good excuse. At the time that the October column was due the affairs of the DNAA were in
4719181_19481101_000140.xml
article
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Article
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Football in the Nineties
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DR. WALTER F. KELLY '97
The following is from a longer account which Dr. Kelly has prepared as a valuable addition to the athletic history of the College.
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A Letter from the North Pole
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Article
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Broadway Revue
[no value]
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Broadway will make room this month for a musical revue by Charles Gaynor '29, one-man musical hit maker since his unforgettable Carnival show DoubleTrouble. The Broadway-slated show, Lend An Ear, has been produced in Las Palmas
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No Cloak, No Dagger
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Donald F. Ewing '3l of Keene, N. H., became the center of one of the by- now-familiar spy charges of the Soviet bloc in early September, when the U. S. State Department refuted the claim of Bulgarian officials that he had been
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J.PRESS
J.PRESS
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Article
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Officially Rated Top Army Ace
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First Ranking USAF Ace is the official title of Lt. Col. John C. Meyer '41 of the 8th Air Force according to records recently cited in Armed Force magazine. Newspapers have consistently headlined Meyer's total of 371/2 aircraft
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DARTMOUTH AT MOOSILAUKE
DARTMOUTH AT MOOSILAUKE
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COLLEGE SEAL GLASSWARE
COLLEGE SEAL GLASSWARE
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4719181_19481101_000152.xml
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NORWICH INN
NORWICH INN
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4719181_19481101_000153.xml
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C. C. HILLS
C. C. HILLS
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4719181_19481101_000154.xml
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AMIDON'S
AMIDON'S
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4719181_19481101_000155.xml
article
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Article
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Sailing Champ
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Don Scholle '47, Tuck School student from Mamaroneck, N. Y., today wears the crown as king of the International 110 sailing fleet. He sailed his 24 footer, 10-to-1, to the winning total of 1091/4 points in the three-day,
4719181_19481101_000156.xml
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GILE & COMPANY,
GILE & COMPANY,
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4719181_19481101_000157.xml
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TAYLORS
TAYLORS
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4719181_19481101_000158.xml
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Article
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Tuck School
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K. A. Hill
H. L. Duncombe, Jr.
IN THIS ISSUE of the notes we would like to tell you a little bit about some of the changes that have been made at Tuck. We have a great deal of information about Tuck men and Tuck faculty which we will hold over until next month.
4719181_19481101_000159.xml
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83,84
Article
Associated School tews
Medical School
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SCHOOL opened on September 26, a week ahead of the College, with 22 men in the second year, 24 in the first year, and 47 fellows and residents.
4719181_19481101_000160.xml
article
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Article
Associated School tews
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29.
LATE last month I received the following courteous note from the office of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MACAZINE: "We regret that the following material could not be used in the October notes.... because of lack of space." AS indicated
4719181_19481101_000161.xml
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G. W. RAND & SON
G. W. RAND & SON
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4719181_19481101_000162.xml
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COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
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4719181_19481101_000163.xml
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JAMES CAMPION
JAMES CAMPION
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4719181_19481101_000164.xml
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84,85,86,87
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of whirh word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this isrue or may appear in a later number]
4719181_19481101_000165.xml
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Gulfpride oil
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4719181_19481101_000166.xml
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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4719181_19481101_000167.xml
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DUBLIN
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4719181_19481101_000168.xml
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EMERSON
EMERSON
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4719181_19481101_000169.xml
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KIMBALL UNION ACADEMY
KIMBALL UNION ACADEMY
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4719181_19481101_000170.xml
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NEW HAMPTON
NEW HAMPTON
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4719181_19481101_000171.xml
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Vermont Academy
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4719181_19481101_000172.xml
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A Collector's Item
A Collector's Item
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4719181_19481101_000173.xml
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Alumni Club Luncheons
Alumni Club Luncheons
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4719181_19481101_000174.xml
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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4719181_19481101_000175.xml