Issue: 19491001

Saturday, October 1, 1949
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THE HANOVER INN CHILDREN'S SKI SCHOOL
THE HANOVER INN CHILDREN'S SKI SCHOOL
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James Campion
James Campion
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Union Carbigde AND CARBON CORPORATION
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RITZ Carlton NEW YORK
RITZ Carlton NEW YORK
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CALDWELL SCOTT
CALDWELL SCOTT
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IN OPENING its 42nd year of publication the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE presents a new and more informal treatment of College news in a department headed The College. Some editorial comment will appear there, and the formal
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Masthead
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This Month
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Great Western
Great Western
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Books
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FRATERNITY VILLAGE,
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Herbert F. West '22
by Ben AmesWilliams '10. Houghton Mifflin Company,1949. 336 pp. $3.
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MINK AND RED HERRING,
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Herbert F. West '22
by A. J.Liebling '24. Doubleday Co., 1949. 251pp. $2.95.
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PILCHUCK,
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L. Gregory Hines
by Harry W. Higman (1906)and Earl J. Larrison. Superior PublishingCo., Seattle. 288 pp. $3.50.
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GUIDANCE IN CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Edited
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Howard F. Dunham '11
by: Roy J.Deferrari, Ph.D. '12. The Catholic University of America Press, Washington, D. C.,1949. 303 pages.
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MASSACHUSETTS PROCEDURAL FORMS, ANNOTATED,
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W. Langdon Powers '34
1949 Revised Edition, byRobert M. Rodman, '34. Boston Law BookCompany, Boston, Massachusetts, 1058pages, $20.00.
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COLONIAL AIRLINES
COLONIAL AIRLINES
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PHILCO
PHILCO
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NATIONAL LIFE Insurance Company
NATIONAL LIFE Insurance Company
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Alumni Articles
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America's Potential for Health, an address by Basil O'Connor '12, presented before the 29th annual meeting of the National Health Council on March 25, 1949 has been Published as a pamphlet. Another address by Mr. O'Connor is
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PAN AMERICAN
PAN AMERICAN
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CLOTHING
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Touchdown!
Touchdown!
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Sponsors Airlift Medal
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Through the efforts of Richard Rendell '28, Washington newspaperman and radio reporter, U. S. soldiers of the Berlin airlift crews are now entitled to wear a special campaign medal recognizing their superlative work. Rendell,
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Rogers Peet Company
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Faculty Articles
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The May issue of the Slavonic Review contains an article by Professor H. G. Skilling entitled Partition of the University of Prague.
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Dartmouth Represented at Petroleum Anniversary
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GEORGE L. SCOTT '25, formerly professor of Education at Dartmouth and now in the personnel division of the Gulf Oil Corporation at Pittsburgh, was the representative of the College in Titusville, Pennsylvania, on August 27 at
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COLLIE PUPS FOR SALE
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Custom Failored
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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C.E.W.
Hanover Residents reluctant to face up to the fact that summer is over might be able to ignore the light scuffling of leaves under the elms, the ressembling of faculty families, or even the football squad hard at work both
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THE COLLEGE
Enrollment Smaller
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C.E.W.
Total Enrollment for Dartmouth's 181st academic year is expected to be somewhat less than 2,900 men, a drop from the total of 2,961 who registered in all departments of the College last fall. The Registrar's Office, which has
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THE COLLEGE
Plant, Changes
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C.E.W.
The College itself undertook no summer construction spectacular enough to require a grandstand. In the eyes of the alumni offices on the top floor of Parkhurst Hall, however, the remodelling of Crosby Hall into their new and
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THE COLLEGE
A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR THE REV. BENJAMIN M. WASHBURN '07, Episcopal Bishop of Newark, recipient of the honorary D.D. degree from Kenyon College.
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THE COLLEGE
The Budget Grows
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C.E.W.
Shortly after the college Settles down to the work of the new year the Dartmouth Trustees will gather in town for their annual fall meeting. The major item on their October 14 docket will be the 1949-50 budget, which
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THE COLLEGE
Ranlet Bequest
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C.E.W.
News of the sort Dartmouth would like to receive more often was the announcement early in September that Miss Ethel Clark Ranlet of Manchester, N. H. had left $20,000 to the College as a scholarship fund. This endowment is to
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THE COLLEGE
The Cirrotta Case
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C.E.W.
A second indictment in connection with the death of Raymond J. Cirrotta '49 was returned by the Grafton County grand jury at Woodsville, N. H. on September 15. William C. Felton '48 of Tiffin, Ohio, one of the suspended
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Magazine Wins 1949 Sibley Award
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THE ROBERT SIBLEY AWARD, presented annually by the American Alumni Council to the college alumni magazine chosen by a board of judges as the Magazine of the Year, was won by the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE for 1949. Dartmouth, which took
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'49 Alumni Fund Totals $386,611
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As INDICATED in a last-minute bulletin in the July issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, more than 64 per cent of all living Dartmouth alumni contributed $386,611.88 to the 1949 Alumni Fund to set a record unequalled by any other
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
IN JUNE I happened to see George H. Pasfield '2B in the Dragon tomb and somehow we got talking about Lincoln. This led to his sending me a book by his brother-in-law Benjamin P. Thomas called Portrait For Posterity (Rutgers
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Dartmouth Seeks Growth of Its Scholarship Funds
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ROBERT L. ALLEN '45
THE RECORD reads something like this: NAME: Tom..... AGE 18 HOME TOWN: Madison, Wisconsin
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Hopkins Scholars
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The first two Hopkins Scholars, sons of Dartmouth men who died in military service during World War 11, entered Dartmouth last month as members of the Class of 1953. They are John J. Dailey of Baltimore, Md., son of the
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The President Comments On the Cirrotta Tragedy
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/S/ John S. Dickey
LATE IN AUGUST, in response to a letter of inquiry from Hilton C. Buley, New Hampshire~State Commissioner of Education, President Dickey made a lengthy statement concerning the death of Raymond J. Cirrotta '49. For the benefit
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New Council Members
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STEPHEN A. OSBORN '27 (top) of St. Paul and RICHARD W. WALKER '28 of Omaha, who have been elected to the Dartmouth Alumni Council as representatives from District IV.
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Remember John Spagett?
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HELEN M. BAKER
The author is the wife of Everett M.Baker '24, Dean of Students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the recipient in June of Dartmouth's honoraryDoctorate of Divinity. The article first appeared in the magazine YANKEE, whoseeditors have
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With the Faculty
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PROMOTIONS for 13 members of the Dartmouth faculty were approved by the Board of Trustees at their annual Commencement meeting. Four men who now hold the rank of full professor are H. Wentworth Eldredge '31, Professor of
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
FOOTBALL—1949
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Francis E. Merrill '26
THE PROBLEM before the house, gentlemen, is to keep possession of the ball. As long as we can do that, we are reasonably sure to score a number of touchdowns. As long as we can't, the opposition is reasonably sure to do
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Fall Schedules
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VARSITY FOOTBALL Oct. i Pennsylvania at Philadelphia 8 Holy Cross 15 Colgate 22 Harvard at Cambridge 29 Yale at New Haven Nov. 5 Columbia at New York 12 Cornell 19 [Princeton at Princeton JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
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Washington, D. C.
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KARL M. DOLLAR '35
The end of the summer in Washington (Thank God!) finds the Dartmouth Family of, roughly, the same composition as did the beginning. And, after a summer such as the one we have just experienced, that is something to be thankful
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Vermont
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PROCTOR H. PAGE JR. '42
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Vermont seems to be showing increased vitality this year. It has decided to hold meetings in the spring and fall.
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Boston
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WILLIAM H. PERRY '21
purHere's a review of the summer activities, July through September.
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Northern New Jersey
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S. A. PERKINS '21
Any absentees from the Third Annual Picnic on June 4 missed a swell shindig on a beautiful day. We acknowledge our indebtedness and sincere appreciation to grand hosts, Bill and Dot Blanchard, who have offered their grounds
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Charles River
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RICHARD C. LITCHFIELD '22
The annual spring meeting of the Charles River Dartmouth Club was held May 11 at the Wellesley Country Club with "Tuss" McLaughry, head coach of football and ElmerA. Lampe, head basketball coach and football end coach, as guest
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Chicago
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ROBERT MCCLORY '30
DARTMOUTH MENLUNCHEON EVERY MONDAY NOONUNIVERSITY CLUB, CHICAGO
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Wisconsin
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REGINALD W. NELSON '41
LUNCHEON MEETING Monday Noon Town Club, Milwaukee
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Central New York
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NORMAN L. SIMPSON '44
The usual summer lull in the activities of most organizations was encountered by the Central New York Dartmouth Club, with one very large exception, in the form of a joint clambake with the Syracuse area Cornell and
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Glens Falls
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JOHN F. BULLARD '42
The Glens Falls club started the new year with a very successful outing and clam steam at the Battenkill Country Club, Greenwich, N. Y., on August 27. Continuing the trend toward larger gatherings since the war and aided by an
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Rhode Island
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
Ruppert C. Thompson Jr. '28, was elected President of the Rhode Island Dartmouth Association, at the annual meeting, held May 17 at the Wannamoisett Country Club, Rumford. The other officers elected for the coming year were:
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Louisiana
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BRUNSWICK C. DEUTSCH '35
Our lone representative in the Class of 1953, Harlan W. Fair, undoubtedly got the shock of his life when he was confronted with the gang of gray-beards who joined him for lunch on August 17, to bid him good luck on his way to
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Rio de Janeiro
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RICHARD I. PAUL '44.
off-the-rec A meeting of the Dartmouth College alumni of Rio de Janeiro was held at the home of Stewart G. Anderson '34 on June 12. Those present included, in addition to Stewart G. Anderson, the following Dartmouth men who are
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Western Oklahoma
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C. COLCORD CALLAHAN '43
At our regular monthly luncheon on May 12, the following officers were elected for the 1949-1950 year: Richard Riggs '42, President; Edgar S. Vaught Jr. '29, Vice-President; C. Colcord Callahan '43, Secretary-Treasurer.
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Cleveland
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FRANK C. HEATH '34
Several events worthy of note occurred since the last report.
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Connecticut
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GEORGE L. THOMAS '34
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Connecticut met as a unit on May 19 at the Indian Hill Golf Club, Newington, Conn., as guests of the Hartford alumni. Approximately 200 were in attendance to hear President Dickey, Sid
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Southern California
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LEON ROTHSCHILD '24
It turned out to be such a green summer in Southern California that the supposedly quiet season has loaded this column with five reportable occasions.
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Philadelphia
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JOSEPH M. FOUNDERS '47
As was true for most of the country, summer 1949 in Philadelphia was good for little but swimming, iced tea and griping about meteorologic conditions. Nevertheless, the local alumni association was far from deactivated.
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Baltimore
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H. BAILF.Y WALTEN '43
Convening at the Blackstone in May for its last regular meeting of the past year, the members of the Dartmouth Club of Baltimore paid tribute to retiring President EdPierce '41 for a most successful year under his leadership,
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D.O.C. of No. California
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WINSOR D. WILKINSON '10
Our optimistic forecast, in the May issue of the MAGAZINE, for the construction season at the Donner Summit project of the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California has been pretty well fulfilled. The accompanying picture
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Worcester
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SAMUEL H. SNOW '40
At its annual dinner meeting at Nichewaug Inn, Petersham, Mass., May 11, the Dartmouth Club of Worcester elected the following officers:
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Toledo
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EDWARD J. SEARLES '39
We are happy to announce that the Dartmouth Club of Toledo, through solicitation of its members and friends, has recently obtained a fund sufficient to establish a scholarship for worthy students in this area. It is our hope
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Venezuela
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Jim Irvin '35.
Although full of good intentions about reporting the first alumni meeting of our group here in Venezuela, I was distracted by an pctended trip to the States, and since returning we have met again so I am able to cover two
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N. California and Nevada
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BASIL L. WINSLOW '20
"FRESHMEN UP"—I have just returned from the Regular Weekly Luncheon at St. Julien's and what I saw there is reassuring that the old Dartmouth spirit is now all that the "good old days" ever claimed—freshmen eager to be on their
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Western Pennsylvania
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MALCOLM D. CORNER '44
LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY NOONWM. PENN HOTEL GRILLPITTSBURGH, PA.
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Long Island
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ROGER G. ALLEN '37
The officers and executive committee of the Dartmouth Alumni Association o£ Long Island have sandwiched several group meetings and a great deal of individual effort into the summer vacation period to assure a star-studded program
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The Great Divide
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RALPH L. RICKENBAUGH '28
FRESHMEN: I£ all the Colorado freshmen this year act nervously in their classes this fall, "It Ain't Necessarily So" that they are worried about their orientation. It's because since their notices of admission arrived, they have
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South Florida
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CHARLES T. GARNSEY '20
Although South Florida is supposed to be vacationland, we also have to relax a bit and as a result our group has been pretty well scattered this summer. However we have been able to keep a representative group in town all
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North Country
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FRANCIS G. MOULTON '20
The Dartmouth Club of the North Country, organized a year ago by alumni in northern New Hampshire and northeastern Vermont, held its second annual meeting at Thayer's Hotel in Littleton, N. H., on June 9. The enthusiasm and
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Cincinnati
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JAMES G. BRIGGS '44
Organized activity by the Club has been kept to a minimum due to business, vacations and other activities generally prevalent at this time of the year.
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The Northwest
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STUART MACPHAIL '40
One of the highlight luncheons of the entire year took place on Tuesday, September 6 at Sleizers Restaurant. Guests of honor were members of the class of 1953 from this area. Old-timers stood ready to offer their finest advice
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Maine
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EDCAR A. CURTIS JR. '40
The final meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Maine was held at South Freeport on June 4. The committee, consisting of Bill Shapleigh '12, Chairman, John White, OakleyCurtis '43, and George Brinley '4O, really outdid themselves in
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Central Ohio
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ED W. ATKINSON '28
Our fall program opens with momentum supplied by our most successful picnic at the beginning of the summer. On June 23 a total of sixty—count 'em, 60!— turned out, the largest attendance ever. Alumni and families, undergrads
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Springfield, Mass.
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WILLIAM A. LIESON '32
Our Annual Dinner meeting was held May 18, when we had the pleasure of having Ross McKenney down from Hanover as our guest. Ross put on a splendid show. It is hard to tell which we enjoyed most—the north woods stories, the
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News from Clubs & Glasses
State of Washington
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COLBY D. HOWE '39
On Sept. 8 a luncheon was held in honor of the four local boys entering Dartmouth. A fine sendoff was given to the new Dartmouth men of the Northwest.
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News from Clubs & Glasses
St. Louis
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JAMES C. JONES III '38
The annual meeting was held on May 25, and the following men were elected to office: Carl Holekap Jr. '42, President; Russ Fette '39, Vice President; Jimmy Jones '38, Secretary; and Ernie Curtis '36, Treasurer. Jimmy held the
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Western New York
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JOHN L. COWAN '40
This will serve as an invitation to our new members in the area to join in club activities during the coming season. Among our new members is Don Scully Jr. '49, captain of Tommy Dent's Big Green lacrosse team last spring,
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News from the Classes
1883
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ALFRED E. WATSON
The surviving members are now so few that little news can be given concerning them. Two of the remaining classmates, Warren A. Bennett of Gloucester, Mass., and William F. Carter of Garrett Park, Md., 88 and 89 years of age
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News from the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
One more of the small number of '85 graduates has passed on as was noted in the July number of the MAGAZINE. Lorrain Weeks died on June 17 following an operation. Had he lived until September 17 he would have observed his 90th
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News from the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
Dr. and Mrs. Edward H. Ross have announced the marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Stephen Chase, Dartmouth '96. The wedding took place in St. Johnsbury, Vt. on September 3, and the couple will live in Dunedin, Fla., where
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News from the Classes
1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
FRANK B. SANBORN
Howland's picture shows his physical expansion from his normal weight o£ 160 lbs. at graduation in 1887. He could not resist the ball game, with sun-baked bleachers, heat of 90° or more for a Hanover high. In the third inning
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News from the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
In an endeavor to comply with the Alumni Editor's Bulletin, that volume 42 of the MAGAZINE begin with October, notes were sent to our eight members to come across with reports. Those of the faithful who complied were unanimous
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Your class secretary, beginning his duties for the coming year, expresses appreciation of your continued help.
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News from the Classes
1890
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ALVIN H. BACON
Last May the secretary was for the second time in attendance at the meeting of the class secretaries of the alumni of Dartmouth. It was extremely interesting and enjoyable. The high note of the meeting was the reception given to
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News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
I am writing from the Secretary's summer home, "Beach Pines," Saco, Me., where I have been the greater part of the summer.
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News from the Classes
1892
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ARTHUR M. STRONG
'92, under the always efficient leadership of Bill Geiger, has again made a remarkable record in the Alumni Fund drive for this year. Although there are two less gifts than last year, owing to the death of two givers, our
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News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
A June call on the Gustins found them comfortably enjoying themselves in their North Amherst, Mass. home. Our classmate has completely retired from active work, which means a great loss to the people of his section as his
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News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Matt Jones Fall Round-up, October 21, on the eve of the Dartmouth-Harvard game. BudLyon is making the arrangements, and these will be announced in due time. Let 110 one think that because we were together in June there is any
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News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
I regret to learn that Rev. Homer A. Flint, who started at Dartmouth in our class, is not at all well. He writes as follows:
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News from the Classes
1896
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Treasurer and Class Agent
In July our classmate Professor EmeritusIssac J. Cox and Mrs. Cox celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage. Bearing gifts and flowers, about two hundred former associates and students of Northwestern University came from
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News from the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
The first thing I want to say in our report this year is that our class went over the top in the alumni fund. Hiram is a modest man in his personal affairs but when it comes to the alumni fund he just ain't a bit modest or reserved.
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News from the Classes
1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
In a letter headlined Ridgedale Ranch, Goodnoe Hills, Wash, and dated May 25, '49, Bill Hewes wrote, "Yours of May 17 tonight when a neighbor drove me two miles to the P.O. and return. Agnes and X are finishing a three-weeks
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News from the Classes
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
October birthday greetings to GeroulcL, Parker and Sleeper.
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News from the Classes
1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
We are all saddened by the death of FrankHowe. His school duties generally prevented attendance at our June Round-Ups but on other occasions he was regularly present at our gatherings. Modest, unpretending, slow of speech, he was,
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News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Stan Qua, Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, was honored by Boston College with the degree of LL.D., at the June Commencement this year.
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News from the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
Another summer passes in our lives and it has been a pleasure to see several classmates. Dr. Bob Smith came East from Akron and visited us a few days. Poor Bob, in June, lost his lovely wife and companion, Ann. Having visited in
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News from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON w. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
You have heard about the reunion in the July issue. Those who did not come missed a good time.
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News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN 11
THOMAS W. STREETER
Yes, it was a great June gathering we enjoyed and this ageless bunch of life-longalmost that—friends are already exchanging letters as to plans for the 50th.
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News from the Classes
1905
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ROYAL PARKINSON
GILBERT H. FALL
A certain amount of housekeeping is always needed for keeping a family or a class together. As friendly a group as we of '05 are and devoted to Dartmouth, we need some work done in order that our friendships may grow. It is
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Bob Blood is able to. walk about a little which is good news to all of us.
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News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
Again, your Secretary is called on to report two '07 deaths.
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News from the Classes
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
JOHN HINMAN
"Spoke" Kennedy passed away on July 22 at his home in Hollywood, Calif. "Spoke" came to college from Spokane, Wash., which gave him his nickname. In business in St. Paul for many years, he went to California about 25 years ago.
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News from the Classes
1909
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JOHN R. CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
If Dick Lord wants to do a research job, he might check into the whereabouts of PsycheFisk, Birch Wood DeLappe, Francis Kullberg,Alvis Kusic, and Seymour Stearns. DeLappe, Kullberg, and Stearns were with the class only during freshman
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News from the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
FLETCHER P. BURTON
LELAND POWERS
1948-1949 was a rough year on Dartmouth men with the scotching blasts from the Chicago Tribune, the Cirotta case, the Vermont incident.... and when such things are all over they do not leave a good taste in anyone's mouth ....
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
JOHN C. STERLING
The annual "June-it" 1911 gathering was held at the Mountain View House, thanks to Mary Dodge, with the following members in attendance for some part of the week:
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News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGEEL
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
With resumption of the "chore" of composing the monthly column of class notes comes realization that summer is overand with it disappointment, for Irma and I had planned to load up the station wagon, dogs and all, for a trip
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News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
PARKER TROWBRIDGE
D'ja hava good summer?
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News from the Classes
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
FREDERIC A. DAVIDSON
It is a long time back to last May, but Dartmouth night at the Pops deserves a word even now. A particularly good program was enjoyed by the Aborns, Nichols, Browns,Kim balls, Barnards, Drakes and Burleighs, sitting in a group. Herb
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News from the Classes
1915
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SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
Before this column is in print, the new college year will have begun and in a few short months we will all be back in Hanover for our 35th Reunion. The Reunion Committee has already begun to function and as their plans develop
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News from the Classes
1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
The Class convenes in this column again after the summer lay-off, with our numbers reduced by two, Arthur G. (".Easty") Eastman and Phil Davis. Just an hour after I had mailed off a letter to Phil in Florida a wire from Mrs.
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News from the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
GILBERT N. SWETT
Now that the summer is over—and I hope we have all had a very pleasant one—we have to get down to more serious thinking, and one thought is to try to keep our class intact and spread around news so we can keep in touch with each
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News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARI.EY
DONALD L. BARR
The enviable spot we find ourselves in as we approach the 11th happy year of the privilege of communing with '18ers (as we write these notes monthly) is something we have felt a bit selfish about and would rather share with
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
The summer months were productive of quite a few notes and cards from various classmates for which many thanks and more later on in the notes. First, the final results of the class efforts for the 1949 Alumni Fund were briefly
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News from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSGOE O. ELLIOTT
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
We start the school year with a review, in case some of the folks may have fallen behind in their home work. Turn back to the May issue of this MAGAZINE, and you find a nearembarrassment of 1920 riches, with Sinclair's
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News from the Classes
1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROBERT P. BURROUGHS
First, an important announcement, which, if you haven't seen it until now, will require quick action. George Harris is in charge of the 1921 Cocktail party which will begin in the Ski Hut back of the Hanover Inn, immediately
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News from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
Summer vacation ends a little earlier for us reporters who have a Labor Day deadline on news for the October issue and here we go opening up on another publication year with the familiar but sincere plea that you be on the
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News from the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART, 3rd
JULIUS A. RIPPEL
Bunny Metzel, who is my bride, and I were East this summer for awhile, and so we had a chance to do some '23 visiting around and about, before and after the FLANIGAN GYMKANA at Hanover July 15, 16, and 17. Our first experience
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News from the Classes
1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO OUR LOYAL PATRONS
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News from the Classes
1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
NATHAN D. BUGBEE
ROBERT C. BORWELL
The most important Dartmouth date youhave is our Twenty-Fifth Reunion next June.Make your family vacation plans around it. Some details will be forthcoming in this column most every month.
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News from the Classes
1926
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
Another summer has rolled by—a good one for everyone, I hope—and I am once more faced with the task of attempting to report all that has happened since last I penned a column in May. Since that time the class has been a busy
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News from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
It seems like only last week that we wrote our last column and here it is time to start another college year.
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
GEORGE H. PASFIELD
At reunion last June everyone hoped there would be frequent opportunities to get together before our twenty-fifth reunion. The live-wire Philadelphia delegation immediately started talking up a big party following the
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News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. GUNTHER
This is the beginning of our 25th year as a Class. About this season of the first year of our golden Hanover era we were matriculating before President Hopkins, buying brokendown, second-hand furniture at outrageous prices from
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News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
A sure indication that the summer is over came with the announcement from Editor Charlie Widmayer that, notwithstanding Labor Day falls on September 5, the 5th day of each month, including September, would continue to be the
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News from the Classes
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
'31 really turned out en mass for the RedRolfe dinner in New York early this summer. The roster of those attending sounds more like the twentieth reunion than any meeting the class has held so far. Those making the dinner, a tribute
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News from the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
CHARLES D. DOERR
The parade of events this past year or so lias deeply impressed upon me the weight of experience that comes with maturity. The day long ago when I first learned that I knew a boy who had been kicked out of school stays with me
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News from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
Back in Hanover after a summer's researching, the town outwardly shows no sign of being about to spring to life with the opening of the new college year. The dorms are closed and still. The campus is green and the summer's
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News from the Classes
1934
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FRANKLYN J. JACKSON
Some enchanted evening this rickety Royal is going to turn out the Perfect Column. There, in 1300 wine-bright words, you will find all the news that's fit to print about everyone in the class.... from Abercrombie to Zabriskie.
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News from the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
Once again the curtain rises. Another year of notes and news. Of births and various surprises. Of secretaries singing blues. Once again I have a hatfull. Letters coming out of my ears. So relax I'm feeling grateful. Later on
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News from the Classes
1936
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NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
ALBERT L. GIBNEY
Here it is .... a hot summer over Labor Day upon us .... and another fall in the offing. It's good to be back at the old stand, and we hope all of you have fared well.
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
It seems that only on the calendar is the summer drawing to a close with the prolonged heat but football season is well underway and the fall foliage is beginning to get attention so we must accept the facts.
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTRIE
As promised in earlier remarks in this space, I have just had completed a survey of the class notes since our graduation. This involved noting down each time someone's name had been mentioned in any way in the notes.
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News from the Classes
1940
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JOHN G. MOODY
JOHN F. WILSON
As the tenth publication year of this column begins, the thoughts of 1940 are directed to those dates above, to be reserved without qualification for the biggest reunion old Hanover will have ever seen. Don Rainie is reunion
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News from the Classes
1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
October again, and that means getting out the old typewriter and dusting it off for another editorial year. There has been a pretty good collection of news items acquired over the summer months so we may as well get started and
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News from the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
Somehow, in the way summers have, this one has eased away in a sly and wanton manner, without so much as a by-your-leave. It brings a double pang to me, since it means the end of a winsome time of the year in New Hampshire and
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News from the Classes
1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
Did you take our advice and have a good summer? Well anyway, four months and a couple of sunburns later we are back again with our first offering for a new publication year. Careful readers will note that our address has changed
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
It was a glorious day at Forest Hills. The largest crowd of a decade was working itself, together with Messers Gonzales and Schroeder, to an indescribable pitch of excitement. .... Schroeder had just made the first break in the
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News from the Classes
1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
Time to start another series of articles after an eventful summer. At present wife Phyl and son Jim are busily making fine friends here in Syracuse.
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News from the Classes
1946
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PHILIP A. STEDFAST
CHARLES T. DUNCAN
Another summer has passed and with this issue we launch Volume 42 of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE. I am looking forward to bringing you the class notes for the coming year and right off the bat I'd like to ask for your
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News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
The passing of this summer has brought with it a steady accumulation of class news but not as many announcements of engagements and marriages as might be expected. From all reports, most of us were able to have a few vacation
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1948
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FRANCES R. DRURY JR.
RICHARD H. GREEN
As it inevitably must, the old summer is reluctantly drawing to a close, and I find myself once more thinking of yet another year of school and of these monthly notes. I'm afraid I may be more or less out of contact with class
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
Since this is my first column as your Secretary, you'll have to forgive the confusion and lack of experience that it will demonstrate. I hope during my tenure in office that I can at least coyer the class to get the news across to
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THE PRUDENTIAL
THE PRUDENTIAL
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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LA PROVINCE DE Quebee
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THE ELM HOUSE
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KETTLEDRUM RESTAURANT
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Ski Area and Lodge For Sale
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MANCHESTER'S
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Guaranty Trust Company of New York
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Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
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GILE & COMPANY
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Gulfpride NOW
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Article
Associated School News
Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN '22
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL opened on September 18 with a new class of 24 men, all undergraduates or graduates of the College. I say "men" because only one other American school does not now admit women, and one admits no men.
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
THAYER SCHOOL opened a school year for the 79th time on August 22 when 23 second year students enrolled for our summer session. Four members of the class had previously completed this work, or its equivalent, and will report
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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K. A. HILL T '39
THESE notes are being written a few days before the opening of Tuck scheduled for September 21, and will be principally concerned with a review of the final month of the spring semester, including June's Commencement
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C. C. HILLS
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WOODSTOCK INN
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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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SCHEDULE OF ANNUAL DUES
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Cardigan Mountain School
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CLARK SCHOOL
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EMERSON
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KIMBALL UNION ACADEMY
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Alumni Register
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AUTOMOBILES
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Stone Honors Wheelock
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A STONE MARKER has been erected on the village green in Columbia, Conn., by the Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames of America to commemorate the founding of Moor's Indian Charity School, the forerunner of Dartmouth.
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