Issue: 19491201

Thursday, December 1, 1949
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The Hanover Inn
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James Campion
James Campion
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PHILCO
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THE LEAD ARTICLE this month is by Professor Bruce Knight of the Economics Department. Feeling strongly that "the greatest issue" facing the nation today is the pseudo-liberalism of the welfare planners, he has stated this
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Masthead
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This Month
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Dartmouth
Dartmouth
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MORNING TIME
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John McL. Clark '32
by Charles O'Neill '31.Simon and Schuster, 1949, 392 pp., $2.95.
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SEE IF HE WINS
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Herbert F. West '22
by Richard Spong '36.William Sloan Associates, Inc.; 1949; 275pages; $3.
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Books
THE AMAZING JOURNEY OF DAVID INGRAM
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Herbert F. West '22
by Eric P. Kelly '06. J. B. Lippin-cott Company; 1949; 272 pages; $2.50.
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AND ON THE EIGHTH DAY
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Churchill P. Lathrop
by A bnerDean '31. Simon and Schuster; 1949; 111pages; $2.95.
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HERMAN MELVILLE
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Allan Macdonald
by Richard Chase'3J. Macmillan Co., 1949, 305 pages, $4.50.
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QUEST FOR MYTH
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Vernon Hall Jr.
by Richard Chase '37.Louisiana State University Press, 1949, 150pp., $3.25.
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ROOSEVELT AND THE RUSSIANS
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Charles B. McLane '41
by Ed-ward S. Stettinius. Edited by Walter John-son '37. Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1949,}67 pp.
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INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF GRANITIC PEGMATITES.
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Richard E. Stoiber '32
By E. N. Cameron, University of Wisconsin, R. H. Jahns, California Institute of Technology, A. H. McNair,Dartmouth College, L. R. Page '30, U. S.Geological Survey. Monograph 2. EconomicGeology Publishing Co., Urbana, Illinois.Price, $4.00.
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THE ELECTRIC-LAMP INDUSTRY
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H. L. Duncombe Jr.
byArthur A. Bright Jr. '39. The MacmillanCo., 1949, 526 pp., $7.50.
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STOMACH DISEASE AS DIAGNOSED BY GASTROSCOPY
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Jarrett H. Folley, M.D.
by Eddy D. Palmer '39,M '42. Lea ir Febiger, 1949, 200 pp., $8.50.
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Rogers Peet Company
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Pan American
Pan American
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Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation
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You'll find "Hanover"
You'll find "Hanover"
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THE WALLET
THE WALLET
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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C. E. W.
The only thing to do is to throw away what's been written and start all over again. The biggest news and the newest news, sure to be a topic of Dartmouth conversation for a long time to come, is DARTMOUTH 16, CORNELL 7.
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THE COLLEGE
Plaudits for Tuss
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C. E. W.
The November 12 issue of the SaturdayEvening Post carried an article, "No Crying Towels at Dartmouth," praising Tuss McLaughry as coach and gentleman. It took its title from the fact that Tuss in his long coaching career has learned
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THE COLLEGE
Fall Weekend,
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C. E. W.
Hanover's biggest weekend of the fall was adjudged a success in more than a gridiron way. Fall houseparties were held in conjunction with the game, and some 1200 girls, a record for the November event, were in town to help
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THE COLLEGE
A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR DR. FREDERICK o. GROVER '90, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Science from Oberlin College.
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THE COLLEGE
Fraternities
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C. E. W.
The encouraging extent to which the students are willing to work out their own solutions of campus problems—perhaps the most significant development here during the past month—was demonstrated in the poll by which Dartmouth
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THE COLLEGE
Baker's Friends
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C. E. W.
Encased in a brown leather box, embossed with a liquor bottle and the formula for alcohol, the manuscript of Charles Jackson's international best-seller, The Lost Weekend, was presented to the Dartmouth College Library by the
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THE COLLEGE
Miscellany
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C. E. W.
Early november snow has already sifted down on Hanover, covering the open slope on Balch Hill for a day and giving rise to a slight upswing in outgoing mail as freshmen from warmer climes hastened to tell the folks back home.
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THE COLLEGE
Milestones
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C. E. W.
Phi Beta Kappa: Richard J. Best '50, Cranford, N. J.; John S. Bunton '50, Arlington, Mass.; Allen C. Church '49, Drexel Hill, Pa.; David B. Davis '50, Salisbury, Conn.; John G. Gammie '50, Plandome, N. Y.; Alexander C. Hoffman
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ECPD Accredits Thayer Curricula
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ALL THREE CURRICULA f£ Dartmouth's .Thayer School of Engineering have been accredited by the Engineers' Council for Professional Development, according to notification received by the College last month. The school's civil
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OUR GREATEST ISSUE
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BRUCE W. KNIGHT
A Dartmouth Economist Defines It As Pseudo-Liberalism, "A Wretched Counterfeit in the Form of State Paternalism"
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About the Author:
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Several months ago Professor Knight made an interesting statement about today's pseudo-liberalism which the editors were privileged to see and which they invited him to expand into this article presenting his forthright,
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North of Boston
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Parker Merrow '25
THEY aint much happened sence the last riting. Leaves is down and dead and the country buttond up for winter. Paid my taxes and it didn't hurt much more than having a tooth pulled with no anesthetic. The Dreadnaught said it
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Representatives at Academic Events
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DARTMOUTH will be represented at the inauguration December 10 of George Tyler Miller as President of Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va., by Harrison S. Dey '27.
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CROSBY
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New Alumni Center
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
Miss ILSE BISCHOFF is a professional painter of distinction (two drawings and an oil of hers are owned by Dartmouth College) and the value of her biographical novel on the life of Gilbert Stuart, Proud Heritage (Coward McCann,
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New Development Council Formed
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It Has the Job of Finding the Funds Required to Meet Dartmouth's Needs
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The Undergraduate Chair
THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL
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Bill Mulligan '50
IN THIS COUNTRY it might have started with President Lincoln, maybe in '76, or then again it might have happened at Plymouth Rock. But, wherever it was, the war against restrictions on races and religions is hitting through the
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The Undergraduate Chair
REASONS FOR POLL
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Bill Mulligan '50
The Dartmouth went on to state that its purpose was to determine where the Dartmouth man stood in relation to the restrictive clauses on race and creed which served as partial barriers to fraternity membership. The editorial
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Football Squad Award
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At the end of the football season a new "Manners Makyth Man" award will go to that member of the football squad who, by majority vote of his . squadmates, has best conducted himself to the advantage of the College ; and the
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"World Student" Helps Promote U.N.
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AMONG the men enrolled at Dartmouth this fall is a veritable student of the world—Abdul Ghafur Sheikh from Nairobi, capital of Kenya in eastern Africa. An organizer of the United Nations student movement, 19-year-old Abdul has
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Glass Takes English as Foreign Language
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ANEW COURSE whose only prerequisite is an ignorance of the English langauge is being offered this year at Dartmouth College.
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With the D.O.C.
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George M. Woodwell '50
WHILE trips are routine for Cabin and Trail, it is not every fall program that can boast of the construction of a cabin in addition to an active trips program. While work went steadily forward on the new Moose Mountain Cabin,
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Sally Drew Hall 1876-1949
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THE death of Sally Drew Hall '47h, widow of Edward K. Hall '92, at her Hanover home October 15 deprived Dartmouth of a great and good friend, one whose loss will be keenly felt for years to come. The many interests to which Mrs.
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It's An Old Spanish Custom of Speech
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CHARLES L. YOUMANS '20
With Few Biscuits (So He Says) An Alumnus Tells of His Courtship of Spanish Language
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Alumni Speaking Trips
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AN EXTENSIVE alumni club speaking trip through the Midwest, Southwest and South will be made during December and January by Prof. Arthur M. Wilson of the government and biography departments. Dr. Wilson will visit Dartmouth
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
DARTMOUTH 16, CORNELL 7
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Francis E. Merrill '26
They Carried Tuss McLaughry off the field after this one. A surging, fighting, opportunistic Dartmouth team had just defeated a heavily favored Cornell aggregation that had not hitherto been defeated. Overcoming an initial
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PRINCETON 19, DARTMOUTH 13
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The Big Green's bid for seven straight major victories fell short in the season's finale at Princeton when the Tigers won out, 19 to 13, in a thriller settled in the closing minutes. With an Ivy League record of 4 and 2, Dart-
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DARTMOUTH 27, HARVARD 13
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Francis E. Merrill '26
With quarterback Johnny Clayton continuing to play the leading role, the Big Green continued its victory march (after the initial setback by Penn) against a Harvard team that had not won a game all year. The humiliation of a
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1950 Football Schedule
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Sept. 30 Holy Cross at Hanover Oct. 7 Michigan at Ann Arbor 14 Pennsylvania at Philadelphia 21 Lehigh at Hanover 28 Harvard at Cambridge Nov. 4 Yale at New Haven 11 Columbia at Hanover 18 Cornell at Ithaca 25
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DARTMOUTH 34, YALE 13
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Francis E. Merrill '26
For the second year in succession, Dartmouth had a delightful afternoon in the Bowl. After a rugged first half, in which it looked as if the famed stable of backs at Yale's disposal were about to swing into permanent action,
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DARTMOUTH 35, COLUMBIA 14
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Despite the hortatory efforts of the coaches, the Dartmouth team apparently started the Columbia game bemused by the genial illusion that all they had to do was to show up, dressed, on the field to have the enemy roll over and
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1949 Wearers' of the Green
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Name Class Age Hgt. Wgt. School Home ENDS Bacon, Dick Soph. 20 6-2 188 University School Shaker Hts., Ohio Beeman, Dave Senior 23 6-5 205 Watertown H.S. Glens Falls, N. Y. Bissell, George Junior 20 6-3 194 Shaker Heights H.S. Shaker
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CROSS-COUNTRY
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Francis E. Merrill '26
The pupils of Coach Noyes continued their victorious seasonal march against Harvard, on the same weekend as the football excusion to the Stadium. Captain Stan Waterman led the 18-44 rout the Crimson, continuing his unbeaten
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Winter Schedules
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BASKETBALL—Dec. 1, St. Anselm's; 3, Vermont at Burlington; 7, Middlebury; 10, Amherst; 13, Holy Cross at Boston; 27, Rochester at Rochester; 30, Duquesne at Farrell; Jan. 2, N. Y. U. at New York; 7, Cornell; 11, Georgetown;
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SOCCER
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Coach Tom Dent's booters pulled one out of the fire against Harvard by coming in on the winning side of a 3-0 contest, a game which they had entered as underdogs. The first Dartmouth goal came in the initial period, when Bill
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Worcester County
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SAMUEL H. SNOW '40
Dartmouth was in town again the night of Nov. 2 when President Dickey and Secretary Hayward paid unusual tribute to retiring secretary Donald G. Mix '21 at the club's annual tall dinner at Putnam and Thurston's, Worcester.
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Northern New Jersey
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S. A. PERKINS '21
Once again we succeeded in selecting a date for our October party which conflicted with a multitude of affairs in various of the many municipalities we cover. It developed that P. T. A. meetings, Community Chest responsibilities
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Western New York
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JOHN L. COWAN '40
his pianist back on the job at the A & P the next morning after witnessing an unsuccessful attempt by an over-enthusiastic alumnus to assault said player with a dangerous weapon, to wit, an empty beer bottle. It seems the
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Mohawk Valley
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E. L. BOUTILIER '38
Dartmouth Night (Oct. 7) found 30 members of the Dartmouth Club of the Mohawk Valley gathered at the Fort Schuyler Club, Utica, well prepared for catching up on Dartmouth fellowship and odds and ends of Dartmouth business.
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Washington State
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COLBY D. HOWE '39
On the evening of November 1 our annual banquet was held and we were pleased to have as our guest and speaker Al Dickerson '30. Al gave us a most interesting, instructive talk on matters of admission to the College, and we
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Chattanooga
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JOSEPH H. DAVENPORT JR. '40
The fall meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Chattanooga was held at the home of Pat Williams on September 15. The party was given by the local alumni for the undergraduates who were shortly to return to Hanover. Von Oehmig was
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Vermont
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LAURENCE C. CAMPBELL '22
About 50 alumni and guests of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Vermont gathered at the Hotel Barre in Barre on Thursday evening, October 20, for the association's annual meeting. President Ralph E. Noble '23 of Barre
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New York City
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JAMES J. DARLING '34
Starting off the new season with the largest number of members in Club history, and in a sound financial position, the Board of Governors has been encouraged to extend clubhouse facilities and services. Already, steps have
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South Florida
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CHARLES T. GARNSEY '20
The Dartmouth spirit in South Florida certainly has good reason for a decided upswing due to the activities of Bob Pierce '25, our Alumni Council representative. Bob returned from his vacation chock full of news and views of
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The Great Divide
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RALPH L. RICKENBAUGH '28
"Dartmouth life of course has a beginningBut no end—even no death""Its spell on them remains"
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Jacksonville
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ALFRED J. SEITNER '34
On Friday, September 23, a group of Jacksonville alumni gathered at a luncheon meeting at the Hotel Seminole. Present were I. M. Sulzbacher '34, James P. McGovern '38, Albert Balboni '39, Francis P. L'Engle Jr. '40, Paul D.
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Philadelphia
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JOSEPH M. FLOUNDERS '47
Although nothing in the way of a scheduled event has occurred in the Philadelphia Club between this writing and the last, we didn't want to miss this issue and the opportunity to extend the season's greetings to all Dartmouth
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Central New York
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NORMAN L. SIMPSON '44
There have been two extremely successful meetings of the Central New York Dartmouths during the fall season, serving to revitalize old loyalties for the college on the hill. There is also a noticeable increase in the strength
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Manchester
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JOHN R. MCLANE JR. '38
The second annual joint Dartmouth-Harvard Smoker was held at the Country Club the night before the exodus to Cambridge. The local Dartmouth dramatists produced an uproarious skit with skirt parts played right by playwright
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Central Ohio
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ED W. ATKINSON '28
To start off our winter program, the dinner meeting of October 19 saw several matters well accomplished.
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Springfield, Mass
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WILLIAM A. LIESON '32
The fall meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Springfield was held on Friday evening, October 7, celebrating Dartmouth Night. There were seventy members of the club present and several guests from the other Ivy League colleges
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The Northwest
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STUART L. MACPHAIL '40
The annual Dartmouth Night get-together was held at the Gluek Brewing Company Tap room on Friday night, October 7. The opening of hunting season interfered slightly with the attendance, but nevertheless, a good number of loyal
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Chicago
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ROBERT MCCLORY '30
DARTMOUTH MENLUNCHEON EVERY MONDAY NOONUNIVERSITY CLUB, CHICAGO
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Nashua
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DONALD J. HENDERSON '32
School Superintendent H. Raymond Danforth was guest speaker at the annual Dartmouth Night meeting of Dartmouth alumni of Nashua and vicinity at Howard Johnson's.
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Bridgeport
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ROBERT S. STEARNS '38
On Tuesday, October 25, a most important dinner meeting was held at the Candlelite Restaurant. The speaker of the evening was Al Dicker son '3O, Director of Admissions. Sitting at the head table were the following guests of
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Cleveland
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[no value]
FRANK C. HEATH '34
For the benefit of those who may have missed previous notices, we again announce that the weekly luncheon meeting of The Dartmouth Club of Cleveland has been transferred to the Mid-Day Club in the Union Commerce Building.
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Rhode Island
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
MONTHLY LUNCHEONS 3rd Thursday—Hope Club 6 Benevolent St., Providence 12:15 P.M. All Alumni Welcome
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Hartford
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JOHN s. WYPER '42
Thursday evening, Oct. 27, prior to the annual Blue-Green clash in New Haven, was the occasion for the fall get-together of Hartford's football fans. Some 60 alumni and guests gathered at the Wampanoag Country Club for the usual
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Eastern Pennsylvania
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CARL L. N. ERDMAN '37
Our ranks have been strengthened by the return to Reading of Bill Breitinger '37 and his lovely wife Jean. Bill promises to be a regular attender at all our functions. Since the last report, Amos {Dude) Krum has become the
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Baltimore
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H. BAILEY WALTEN '43
While the vast throng of undergraduates, alumni, faculty and friends of the College assembled in Hanover on October 7 to participate in the Dartmouth Night festivities, a smaller group of equally loyal sons of the College met
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Maine
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EDGAR A. CURTIS JR. '40
On October 7, Dartmouth Night, the Dartmouth Club of Maine held its first business meeting of the fall. Over thirty loyal Dartmouth alumni were in attendance, and business was thoroughly outlined.
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Southern California
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LEON ROTHSCHILD '24
Our writing staff—our overworked President, Cap Palmer '23—has taken another assignment with De Rochemont, which unfortunately requires his presence in New York. For many years, Cap has relieved the Secretary of the reporting
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Long Island
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ROGER G. ALLEN '37
While the most prevalent activity of the membership has been "peerading" to various New England and Eastern stadia (or to neighboring television screens) to witness the heart-warming winning ways of McLaughry, Clayton & Cos.,
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Alumni Club Luncheons
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Following is a list of weekly luncheons held by Dartmouth Alumni Clubs, with the city, day of the week and location given in eactr-qise: ALBANY, Wednesday, Farnham's Restaurant CHICAGO, Monday, University Club CLEVELAND,
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N. Y. Dartmouth Club Refurbished
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THE MAIN FLOOR ROOMS of the Dartmouth Club of New York, 37 East 39th Street, underwent a complete redecorating job this fall and now present the brighter, more attractive appearance shown above. At the top is the main hall; center, the
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The Deadline's Here
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A Register of Living Alumni, the first official record of alumni addresses and statistics to come out in ten years, will be published during the spring of 1950. As every effort is being made by the Alumni Records Office to bring
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News From the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
The secretary and Mrs. Austin arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla. for their 27th season on October 30. As has been their custom every year since their first visit in 1923 except the years when gasoline restrictions were in force,
4719181_19491201_000092.xml
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News From the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
Mrs. Chancellor L. Jenks expects to spend the winter as usual in California, dividing the time between her daughter, Ruth (Mrs. Ervin C. Paklen) East Cota St., Santa Barbara and her niece Elsie Jenks (Mrs. Frederick B. Carter)
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1887
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STANLEY E. JOHNSON
FRANK B. SANBORN
Morris Morse. Another letter has come from Morse. It is in reply to a letter from Gage about a proposed memorial to William Jewett Tucker. Gage's letter and Morse's reply recall an event of 27 years ago. Gage and I (Sanborn)
4719181_19491201_000094.xml
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News From the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
Richard Paul has sent in a fine report of his summer's activities. He was at Jasper Park for two months with old friends. They gave him and Mrs. Paul a grand party on July 27 in honor of their 57th wedding anniversary. A huge
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1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
The death of Judge George H. Bingham has taken from the Class of '87 one of its prominent members—a man highly respected. He had many friends in our Class. Those of us who gather each June in Hanover at Commencement time have
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1890
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ALVIN H. BACON
July 20 the secretary received a letter from Mrs. Hilton that she and her son, Henry Hoyt Hilton Jr., were making a leisurely trip eastward via auto to the Hilton farm on the Andover road just out of Lowell. Leaving Chicago at
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News From the Classes
1891
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[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
On October 29 Eugene D. Burbank wrote the Secretary from Sierre Madre, Calif, in his home across the street from Mount Wilson writing, "The Dartmouth-Yale game will be starting in a few minutes." The Secretary had not heard
4719181_19491201_000098.xml
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News From the Classes
1892
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[no value]
ARTHUR M. STRONG
To us of '92 the death of Sally Drew" Hill means the loss of a close associate, a personal friend and a devoted classmate. The charm of her alert mind, her fine sense of humor and sympathetic understanding will linger long in
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News From the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
The New York papers on November 2 carried word about the death of Bob Burnap which took place while he was walking on Madison Avenue near 46th Street the afternoon before. The cause was a heart attack. of which there had been
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News From the Classes
1895
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[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
On October 31 "Honest Dan" Watson was 79 years old and this is how he announces this interesting fact:
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News From the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
Let's take a little look around at our class in our 52nd year after we had some Latin on a piece of real sheepskin handed to us. "Pa" can read it and probably quote most of it from memory. I think he is our best Latin scholar.
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News From the Classes
1898
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[no value]
HENRY D. CROWLEY
Last June Ev Snow tried to resign from his pastorate of the Congregational church in Stratham, N. H. but, as might be expected, his parishoners refused to accept the resignation and so Ev will remain there for some time longer,
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News From the Classes
1899
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[no value]
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Joe and Mrs. Hobbs are spending this winter, as they have for many years, in Florida, where their address is 1107 N. Osceola Avenue, Clearwater. Joe drove down in his car, taking a week for the trip, making stops at New York,
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News From the Classes
1900
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[no value]
[no value]
LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Plans for the reunion program are well under way, the preliminary report of which is already in your hands. The committee in charge is made up of the executive committee of the class (Walter Rankin, CharlesProctor and the
4719181_19491201_000105.xml
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News From the Classes
1901
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[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Ted Morehouse, who went to work for the Macmillan Company in Chicago in 1900 and has been serving as Vice President for a number of years, has just retired but will still continue to serve on the Board of Directors. He was
4719181_19491201_000106.xml
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News From the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
Bob Leach writes me the grand news that he is a great grandfather, Robert M. Leach 3rd having arrived in Providence, R. 1., October 12, 1949. Bob says not to let the other boys in the class be discouraged since he left college
4719181_19491201_000107.xml
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News From the Classes
1903
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[no value]
PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Buck Lewers is enjoying (?) a Lewis-enforced vacation.
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News From the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
99 Sons of Dartmouth Men in 1953—Says one—"What a glow I got to see 1904 listed among the 35 classes who sent those 99 freshmen to Hanover this fall, "—Another,"Wouldn't Mike have enjoyed the news about Jack?" Again,—"Only 45
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News From the Classes
1905
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[no value]
[no value]
ROYAL PARKINSON
GILBERT H. FALL
While the ranks of our class are continuing to grow thinner with the loss of Judge (Brick)Reeve and Harry Richards, some of the class are still moving forward to new distinctions. For instance, Chancellor (Rufus) Day of Cornell was
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News From the Classes
1906
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EDWARD R. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
The annual class dinner at the Algonquin Club, the night before the Harvard game, was a great success. 26 members and four guests enjoyed an excellent dinner arranged for by Ned French. As usual we all received a white carnation
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News From the Classes
1907
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[no value]
H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
Room 822, 25 Broad St., New York 4, N. Y. Once more it is the Secretary's painful duty to report recent deaths in our class.
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News From the Classes
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
Memorial Fund Chairman, JOHN HINMAN 257 Loring Ave., Pelham 65, N. Y.
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News From the Classes
1909
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JOHN R. CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Big social event of the fall season was the dinner on the eve of the Harvard game. Thanks to Special Correspondent Dick Lord, a full account of the function came through. When that guy makes a promise he lives up to it. The
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News From the Classes
1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
EARLE H. PIERCE
LELAND POWERS
Harvard Game Weekend was another satisfying Chapter in the Book of Life—aside from a very enjoyable time with brother John '08, his wife Jennie and other members of the family, we had a thoroughly fine evening at the
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News From the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
JOHN C. STERLING
A few intimate glimpses from Cap Hedges' inner life to accompany the fine testimonials given in another column: He writes of a group of Cedar Rapids matrons, during a tour of New England, stopping at the Moun: tain View House
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News From the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
RALPH D. PETTINGELL
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
A colorful report of the Dartmouth-Harvard "get-together" is authored by LymeArmes:
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News From the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
PARKER TROWBRIDGE
Bob and Rhoda Johnson now live in Cardon, Ohio and Bob is an enthusiastic "organic-farmer," readily boasts of a sizeable mulch pile, and consequently they receive their full quota of vitamins. He and JackScarry should get together
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News From the Classes
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
RUFUS L. SISSON JR.
FREDERIC A. DAVIDSON
Rev. Arthur Wheelock spent the month of July at Deering, N. H., where he taught a course on preaching. Deering Community Centre is owned by the Board of Home Missions of the Congregational Christian Churches, and during July
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News From the Classes
1915
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SIDNEY C. CRAWFORD
CHANDLER H. FOSTER
CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
From Beverly Hills, California, comes word that Walt Wanger and his family are in Europe, where Walt plans to do three or four motion pictures before his return to the States.
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News From the Classes
1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
DANIEL S. DINSMOOR
H. CLIFFORD BEAN
The Class is having a busy football season, with many of the faithful showing up in Hanover. At the Colgate game in front of Balch Hill on October 15 the following were seen: Cliff and Peg Bean, Larry and Mrs.Hayward, Rod Soule, Ed
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News From the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
GILBERT N. SWETT
Thanks a lot, men, for the fine lot of letters and news items you sent me during the past month. They were all so interesting that I am sure the Class will get a kick out of them also.
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News From the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
Tom Campbell, as Commissioner of Parks and Public Works of Denver, Colo., welcomed the Natl. Urban League to Denver at their annual conference in Sept. on behalf of Mayor Quigg Newton. Les Granger says, "It was my first sight of
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News From the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
This month's news must, of course, be a report, in a large measure, of lgers attending the various football games in Hanover and elsewhere. Before starting on this recital, we would like to repeat a suggestion made a year ago,
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News From the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
Pete Potter is Twenty's Man of the Month for December. He had his picture in almost every paper of consequence that got published on October 12, because he had been elected chairman of the board of the Association of National
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News From the Classes
1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROBERT P. BURROUGHS
The party in the Ski Hut back of the Hanover Inn after the Colgate game was a huge success except that George Harris, conscientious gent that he is, had a hectic time touching all the bases as presiding genius of the affair. By
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News From the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
A glance through the list of Alumni Officers reveals that 1923 is represented by JohnP. Carleton as Alumni Representative on the Dartmouth Outing Club Board of Trustees, Parker W. Meade as president of the San Diego Alumni
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News From the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART
JULIUS A. RIPPEL
These lines are being composed in the piney woods of Mississippi, where we have some acreage devoted to the growing of tung trees. This is the time of year when the tung nuts mature and fall to the ground, to be harvested and
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News From the Classes
1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
RICHARD A. HENRY
Life has been one long list of surprises ever since we took over the Chair of Applied Secretaryship last June. Not the least of these surprises has been the flood of mail, official and otherwise, that keeps pouring in from
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News From the Classes
1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
NATHAN D. BUGBEE
ROBERT C. BORWELL
REUNION DATES NEXT JUNE 9-10-11 Madeleine "Eddie" Edwards has sent in this letter for our wives:
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News From the Classes
1926
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
Our news-gathering associates came to life last month, after our treatise on "brokenarm-itis," and once again we have news to bring you. Lots of news! Cupe and ElinoreMinuse spent a couple of days at the Hanover Inn during the
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News From the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Back in October we had a fine letter from Ceb Lee giving us considerable information on his activities for the past 10 years. Ceb's home is in Oak's Corners, N. Y., where he has been very active in yacht racing, particularly in
4719181_19491201_000132.xml
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News From the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
GEORGE H. PASFIELD
Paul Kruming and Howie Chapin, bigwigs in the advertising field, have been getting in the newspapers. Paul was chairman of the annual convention of the Export Advertising Association in New York on October 6. He is president of
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News From the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. CUNTHER
Among the distinguished visitors in town for the Harvard game were John and ChrisDickey, Jerry and Marjorie Swope, Mortonand Peggy Jaquith, Johnny and Betty Davis,Phil Mayher and Herb Ball. The Dickeys made a side trip to Wellesley as
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News From the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
Certainly of interest to the Class should be a report of 1930 s Executive Committee meeting in New York on October 28. The past and present members of the Executive Committee aggregate 35 in number and it is certainly a tribute
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News From the Classes
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Who said anything about eating humble pie? After your Secretary's tirade about present generation Dartmouth football, the Green seems to have hit its stride and the big question as this is written is what will the Indians do to
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News From the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN E. WOLFF JR.
CHARLES D. DOEKR
I imagine that it would surprise a lot of worldly people to learn that most of us bureaucrats are proud to work for the Government, and that one of the reasons many of us stick to our jobs is because we appreciate the honor
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News From the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKLES
A special courier from Editor Widmayer informed us a few hours ago that we had finally won the unenviable distinction of being the only one of the class secretaries who had not yet delivered his notes for the December issue.
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News From the Classes
1934
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FRANKLYN J. JACKSON
Immediately following the tragic downfall of the Dodgers in October, we sought a spot of sadly needed cheer, and the spot turned out to be Krumbum's Kozy Kumquat Korner, a joint within bunting distance of Ebbetts Field that
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News From the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR.
FREDERICK T. HALEY
Here we are again and getting very close to Christmas. And speaking of Christmas, we're also getting closer to our Fifteenth Reunion —it's only six months away and we're hard at work on it right now. Dick Muzzy and Ralph Colby
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News From the Classes
1936
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[no value]
NORBERT HOFMAN JR.
JOHN E. MORRISON JR.
ALBERT L. GIBNEY
This month, it's a matter of organizing the newsy bits that have come in from all overthanks to Uncle Sam's penny postcards, and a few letters, clippings and personal observations. But the quantity is so overwhelming,
4719181_19491201_000141.xml
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News From the Classes
1937
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[no value]
ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
It's still a mite early, but Christmas presents are now beginning to show up in the form of answers to the requests in a previous column asking for big fat pictures, two of them being 8 x 10. We are assured by the higher-paid
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News From the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTRIE
From long-lost Walt Dodd comes the letterof the month, in response to certain mailingsof mine last summer:
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News From the Classes
1939
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CHARLES S. CRANT
THOMAS T. BROOKS
I had hoped that the '39 notes in this issue could commence with a fanfare of trumpets to be followed by announcement of the new slate of class officers. Instead, I can only state lamely that by the time this appears in print
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News From the Classes
1940
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JOHN G. MOODY
JOHN F. WILSON
1940 PEERADE Hanover June 16 to 18, 1949
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News From the Classes
1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
The following is an article which appearedin the July Printers' Ink, and since it's aboutBruce Friedlich and Dan Provost we feel it'sworth quoting.
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News From the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
Things are light again this month and, as usual, I'm late.
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News From the Classes
1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON E. PRIDDY
Here we are once again, dear readers. Ifyou remember our last class notes column,you will recall that we had to close with onlya hint of what we had in store for you thismonth, namely an account of the PriddyMosbacher team in the international
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News From the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
I've just returned from the Columbia game and I must say that those splendid hunks of granite from the hills certainly do warm the heart (if they could only learn to do the same with the fees). However, the battery of my soul
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News From the Classes
1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
More and more members of our class are becoming leaders of the various Alumni Clubs throughout the world. Bill Rolph is Secretary of the Club of Honolulu, Hawaii. CharlieHolt and Frank Edmands hold down the same position for the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1946
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PHILIP A. STEDFAST
CHARLES T. DUNCAN
A recent letter from Skip Stoddard, Assistant to the Secretary of the College, tells that plans have been formulated and questionnaires sent to 220 men who formerly were members of the DNAA and who have expressed their desire
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News From the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
It's time again for Christmas and New Year best wishes.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
RICHARD H. GREEN
Autumn and Indian Summer are about over in Hanover. The days and nights are raw and chilly, and the hillsides are giving up their bright colored coatings for one of a sere brown. The trees have lost their leaves, and the
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News From the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
With the fall football season my contacts grow with my trips to the towns and fields where the games are. So far, I've been lucky enough to have had time and freedom to make the Colgate game in Hanover and the Harvard and Yale
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Article
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One-Man Housing Expediter
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ON HIS OWN 140-acre estate, "Stonegate fate Farm," Louis E. Leverone '04 of Chicago, president of the Automatic Canteen Company, has not only made room for twelve new homes but he also has sold them below cost. It's part
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Retires as Big Ten Official
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Football programs in the Western Conference this fall did not carry the name of one of the best-known and most competent officials ever to handle a conference game. Horace G. "Cap" Hedges '11, after 33 years of Big Ten
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Article
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Shooting the Colorado River
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JOE EISAMAN '19
To THE OLD SAW that the water in the Colorado River is "too thick to drink and too thin to plow," one might add, "but it makes exciting boating."
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Book Review Editor of "The Times"
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EDITOR of The New York Times BookReview is the newest literary title and distinction for Francis Brown '25, man of many distinctions in the writing field. It's a return to the fold for him, for although he has been a senior editor
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Letter to a Country Church
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MARSHALL SCHACHT '27
Dear Institution steepled on a hill. Part house and school, part music box and chorus, Part wedding cake, part white ship lying still At the dark piers of the pine grove-ringing for us Over the Sunday farms to come inside, We
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A Husband-Wife Radio Team
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BEHIND the scenes of Tales of Fatima, the Basil Rathbone radio show, is a rare species of director, one who gets along beautifully with the program's writer. Harry Ingram Jr. '34 is such a man primarily because the author of his
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NORWICH INN
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Associated School News
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K. A. HILL
THE PAST MONTH has produced many items which may be of interest to Tuck graduates. Starting with the local scene, it appears that the second-year class has one of the most active social committees to serve in recent years. The
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
WHY ALL THE ENGINEERING societies, particularly those concerned with engineering education, have to hold meetings during October and November each year, when we're all pretty well occupied with the start of a new school year,
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Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear m this issue or may appear in a later number]
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"choose From this Great Pair"
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Alumni Articles
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The American Antiques Journal for October contains an article The Smith Brothers,New York Clock Makers, by Brooks Palmer '23
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There has been published by the HarvardUniversity Graduate School of Education a pamphlet, A Report of the Conference onSecondary Education: Is There an EmergingDesign? by the Recording Committee, the chairman of which is William Gahagan 35.
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