Issue: 19501001

Sunday, October 1, 1950
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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JAMES CAMPION
JAMES CAMPION
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GOOD MEDICINE
GOOD MEDICINE
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TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE
TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE
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LA PROVINCE DE QUÉBEC
LA PROVINCE DE QUÉBEC
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WITH the start of each new college year, football is very much in the air. For the lead article in this issue, opening our 43rd year of publication, we go behind the scenes of the gridiron spectacle and present something of the
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Masthead
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This Month
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Dartmouth Alumni Directory
Dartmouth Alumni Directory
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Waterloo House
Waterloo House
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JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Rogers Peel Company
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Books
Books
SPARROW HAWKS
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F. Cudworth Flint
by John Varney 'op.The William-Frederick, Press, 313 West 35thSt., New York 1950; pages 47; $l.OO.
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Books
Books
OWEN GLEN
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Herbert F. West '22
. by Ben Ames Williams 'lO.Houghton Mifflin Cos., 1950; 62.9 pages;$3-75•
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Books
Books
COLONEL JOHN GOFFE, EIGHTEENTH CENTURY NEW HAMPSHIRE
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Allen R. Foley '20
by William Howard Brown '16. Lew A. CummingsCo., Manchester, N. H., 1950; 284 pages,$3.50.
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Books
Books
HIGH TREASON
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Robert B. Dishman
The Plot Against thePeople, by Albert E. Kahn '34. Lear Publishers, New York, 1950; 572 pages; $3.00.
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Books
THE MONETARY AND BANKING SYSTEM
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William A. Carter '20
by Prof. George Walter WoocLworth.McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1950; $5.00.
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Is inehurst North Carolina
Is inehurst North Carolina
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C. C. HILLS
C. C. HILLS
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The Pleasant Valley Wine Co.
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TELEPHONE LINES ARE HUMM
TELEPHONE LINES ARE HUMM
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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Cark of Gibby
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Alumni Articles
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The June 17 issue of Traffic World contains an article entitled Question for IndustrialTraffic Managers Posed by Colton, by Richard C. Colton '25. Mr. Colton is also the author of Our National Transportation Policy, WhatCan We Do About
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Remington Rand
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PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS
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Fifth Avenue Bank
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Article
THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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C. E. W.
In the September Atlantic, Dartmouth alumnus Edward Weeks (Litt.D. '50) writes: "Now it seems we are all heading for trouble again For the third time and so soon."
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THE COLLEGE
Enrollment Guess
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C. E. W.
A MIDST ALL THE uncertainties, the College was willing to hazard a guess that total enrollment for the 182 nd year would be close to 2,800 men. This is a drop from last year's 2,936 and a further easing back to a student body
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THE COLLEGE
Summer Review
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C. E. W.
The summer months in Hanover produced the usual quiet for the townspeople, except at those midnight moments when the Wilder Dam crew let go with a blast of dynamite. The cool weather was a delight to both the natives and the
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THE COLLEGE
A Wall Hoo Wah!
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FOR WALTER S. ADAMS '98, elected a Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London.
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THERE'S METHOD Behind the Fall Madness
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ROGER K. WOLBARST '43
A FEW WEEKS before the start of the A 1950 football season, Business Manager Irving Smith '41 of the Dartmouth Athletic Council will receive some special requests for press box tickets. These requests will come from
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Article
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'50 Fund Hits $414,916; Sets Mark for Gifts
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WITH total gifts of $414,916 exceeding its goal of $400,000, the 1950 Alumni Fund set a new record for number of contributors and achieved the second highest cash total in the Fund's history. Dartmouth men who gave to the 1950
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A Notable Collection of Fifty Prints Given to the College by Mrs. Wade
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R.L.A.
EIGHT Durers, two Schongauers, eight Rembrandts, one van Dyck, nine Whistlers in all, fifty prints spanning six centuries have been presented to Dartmouth College by Helena M. Wade of New Canaan, Conn. Given in memory of
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Article
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Man on the Job . . . for Thirty Years
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JOHN HURD '21
Willard M. Gooding ' 11, Rarely in the Limelight, Keeps the Plant Ticking
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Article
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North of Boston
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Parker Merrow '25
THEY aint much happened sence the last writing.
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '2
THIS month I want to write briefly about a few books that I have enjoyed reading this summer one of the best summers I have ever known. Cool weather, and a beautiful world (scenically, I hasten to say) to observe.
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Article
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Dartmouth Night
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Plans for Dartmouth Night, which takes place Friday, October 20, on the night of the undergraduate rally for the Dartmouth-Lehigh game, have been completed. Speakers will include President Dickey, Football Captain Paul
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A REVIEW
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DONALD B. ALDRICH '17
Long Years of Work by the Late Prof. Herman Feldman and Dr. Roy Ghamberlin, Chapel Director, Result in a Major College Publishing Event
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Four New Men Take Administrative Posts
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FOUR new appointments to the administrative staff of the College were announced by President Dickey during the summer. The new officers, who assumed their duties in August or September, are Clifford L. Jordan Jr. '45 of
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Grantland Rice Sportlight Features DOC Activities
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WINTER ACTIVITIES of the D.O.C. are featured in the latest Grantland Rice Sportlight, Operation Jack Frost. Made last winter on the campus with the regular Sportlight crew, the short film combines a well chosen sound track with
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"Rip" Heneage ' 07, Former Athletic Head, Dies Suddenly
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HARRY R. (RIP) HENEAGE '07, director of athletics at Dartmouth from 1927 to 1936 and a resident of Hanover during the succeeding 14 years of retirement, died suddenly at his home on September 2. He was 66 years of age.
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Article
The Faculty
The Faculty
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WITH the opening of Dartmouth's 182 nd academic year, 22 new faculty members have joined the college staff, ten of them as teaching fellows. The new appointees are as follows:
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Bernard G. Sykes '51
We are happy to present as guest sportseditor this month Ben Sykes '51 of Norwood, Mass. He is Dartmouth correspondent for The New York Times and TheBoston Globe.
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
ACT 1, SCENE 1
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Bernard G. Sykes '51
Question: "How's it going, Tuss? Another winning season?"
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
FINIS
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Bernard G. Sykes '51
That's the sum and substance of the football picture here at the moment. Dartmouth may have problems in maintaining its standards, but McLaughry has overcome problems before witness the 1949 campaign during which the Big
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
DCAC in the Red
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Bernard G. Sykes '51
The annual financial report of the Dartmouth Athletic Council shows a deficit of $27,590 for 1949-50. The last of the DCAC's reserve fund, amounting to approximately $12,000, was used to cover part of" the loss and the balance
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
1950 Varsity Football Roster
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Bernard G. Sykes '51
Name Class Age Hgt. Wgt. School HomeENDS Bacon, Richard Jr. 21 6-2 190 University Shaker Heights, Ohio Boyle, John Soph. 19 6-0 189 North H.S. Worcester, Mass. Casalvieri, Frank Soph. 21 5-11 185 Ansonia H.S. Ansonia, Conn. Cassel,
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Fall Schedules
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Bernard G. Sykes '51
VARSITY FOOTBALL
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News From Clubs & Classes
Melrose
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL '46
The annual meeting of the Melrose Dartmouth Club, held early in June, was small but very enthusiastic. Tentative plans for fall gettogethers were discussed, and officers were elected for the coming year.
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Long Island
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ROGER G. ALLEN
The Dartmouth Alumni Association o£ Long Island started off its most ambitious year with a WAH HOO WAH for President John Dickey and installation o£ officers at a dinner on Friday, September 15, at the Hempstead (L. X.) Elks
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Eastern New York
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RICHARD L. UNSER '46
Fifty Dartmouth alumni attended the annual dinner of the Eastern New York Association on May 11 at the Albany Country club.
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Baltimore
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H. BAILEY WALTEN
At the last regular meeting in May, the report of the nominating committee received the unanimous support of all present and the following new officers were elected for the coming year: Richard E. Koester '43, president, and
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Northern New Jersey
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SUMNER A. PERKINS '21
The annual family picnic in June was again attended by a goodly company who obviously enjoyed the day's outing and voted enthusiastic appreciation to Bill Blanchard '30 for again offering his grounds for the affair. All the old
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Central New Jersey
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ARTHUR J. O'MARA '09
The Central New Jersey Club opened the 195°"51 year with a meeting September 22 at the Carteret Club in Trenton. The officers of the club for the new year are: President, Victor E. Sabary '36; Vice President, RichardBeshlin '29;
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Western Connecticut
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OTTO J. CALDER '35
Thirty loyal sons of Eleazar enjoyed a roast beef dinner in Stamford on June 2, 1950. Two College films, Dartmouth Outdoors and the Cornell-Dartmouth game of '49, were sufficient entertainment for a grand evening. Otto J.Calder '35
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Georgia
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LOUIS J. FORTUNA
A recent survey reveals that the Georgia membership includes 33 members in Atlanta and an additional 32 members in other cities in the state.
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Eastern Pennsylvania
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CARL L. N. ERDMAN '37
LeVan's Old Mill Inn near Kutztown was the scene of the 1950 Eastern Pennsylvania Dartmouth Outing on June 24. This year we had a beautiful warm day which had much to do with the successful affair. The traditional ball game
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St. Louis
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LEIGH C. TURNER '04
The St.' Louis Dartmouth Alumni Club is looking forward to the usual full season of activity, and extends through these columns a cordial invitation to any visiting Indians to attend weekly luncheon or regular meetings. (See
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Philadelphia
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JOSEPH M. FLOUNDERS '47
Saturday, June 24, saw some 80 Philadelphia Dartmouth men, their wives and girls picnicking at beautiful Valley Forge Farm, the home of Jim Tindie '36. Most of us hit the swimming pool on arrival, which was fortunate; because
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South Florida
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CHARLES T. GARNSEY '20
As is usual during the summer months, many of our members depart from this area on vacation, but in spite of all that the attendance at our luncheons remained about normal.
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Portland, Me.
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EDGAR A. CURTIS JR. '40
The annual spring meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Maine was held April 28 with Prof. Allen R. Foley '20 of the Faculty as our honored speaker for the evening. Needless to say, we were all thoroughly entertained with his ever
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Worcester
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SAMUEL H. SNOW '40
C. Lane Goss '25 of Worcester was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Worcester County, succeeding Francis X.Reilly '3B of Westboro, Mass., at the club's annual outing and meeting at the Northboro (Mass.) Yellow Barn,
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Springfield, Mass.
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WILLIAM A. LIESON '32
Evidence of a lively interest to "get going" with the 1950-51 Dartmouth activities is typified by the urgent long-distance phone call from our Secretary (on vacation in Maine) to this ghost writer. The urge is general, and
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The Great Divide
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HARRY LITZENBERGER '32
The suspension of monthly luncheons for the summer tends to dry up the sources of material for an interesting report on the activities of the Association and its members. The one salvation is the annual stag picnic which has
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Rochester
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RICHARD E. MAYBERRY '44
The chill wind blowing off Lake Ontario suddenly reminds us that autumn is here again after an all-too-short summer. While the school year gets under way in Hanover, we in Rochester are laying plans for another year full of
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Chicago
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ROBERT T. DRAKE '29
LUNCHEON EVERY MONDAY NOONUNIVERSITY CLUB
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Quebec
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WILLIAM C. DODGF. '29
On May 18, 12 of the 22 Dartmouth alumni in the Province of Quebec gathered at the home of Bill Dodge '29, Secretary, for an evening of food, fun and refreshment. This was a notable evening for the alumni of this district
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Western Pennsylvania
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MALCOLM D. CORNER '44
DARTMOUTH MEN
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Rhode Island
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
One of the largest and most enthusiastic groups in our history turned out to greet President Dickey at the annual meeting of the Rhode Island Dartmouth Association, May 16, at the Wannamoisett Country Club. Among the guests were
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Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
PREFACE
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Cincinnati
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JAMES G. BRIGGS '44
The calendar of events for the Cincinnati Dartmouth Club shows quite an interesting group of events for this fall. On September 11 we had an evening gathering for the men now in college as well as for those contemplating their
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Cleveland
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LOUIS E. WEITZ '35
The activities of the Dartmouth Club o£ Cleveland were somewhat curtailed during the summer. Present plans call for an extensive fall and winter schedule. However, two outstanding events were on our schedule during the past
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Alumni Club Meetings
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Weekly luncheons and regular monthly meetings held by Dartmouth Alumni Clubs follow. All are luncheon meetings except dinner gatherings marked (D). ALBANY, Wednesday, Farnham's Restaurant BALTIMORE (D), third Wednesday,
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Penn Game Luncheon
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You and your party are cordially invited to attend a luncheon before the Dartmouth-Penn game on October 14. Luncheon will be served in Houston Hall, 3417 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. The charge
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Food at Yale
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Dartmouth men and their families and friends attending the Yale Game at New Haven, November 4, are advised by the Dartmouth Club of New Haven that special arrangements are being made to have a caterer serve lunch at the
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New Club
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The newly organized South Shore Dartmouth Club was approved at the June meeting o£ the Dartmouth Alumni Council. A. Kingman Pratt '44 is the new club president and Walter C. Gutterson '29 is secretary.
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News fhom the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks spent the summer as usual at John's old home in Eliot, Me. Bearing up as well as can be expected under the honor of having been the oldest graduate in attendance at Commencement in June, he is planning
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1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
For the past eight years 'B6 has led all classes in' the percentage of contributors to the Alumni Fund—a record due largely to those who have made memorial gifts. This year, following the SOS call of President Dickey for
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1887
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ALBERT E. HADLOCK
FRANK B. SANBORN
A recurring privilege at College Commencements is for old grads to meet the boys that were in their class or in nearby classes. Four members of 'By had that privilege last JuneGage, Hadlock, Howland and Sanborn. We met and
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1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
Rev. John Lew Clark of Exeter, N. H., has been unanimously chosen President of the Class of 'BB by its seven survivors. The vacancy was due to the death of Pattee.
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1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
The annual gathering of '89 men at Commencement time brought to Hanover last June for our 61st anniversary of graduation six members of our class: Bard, Bartlett,Chase, Ferguson, Frost and Warden. Also present in our group were
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1890
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ALVIN H. BACON
Due to our having to vacate our quarters in the Outing Club House where our class dinner was held June 13, at an hour agreed upon, to make way for the senior class '50, the reading of letters by the secretary from those unable
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1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
The Secretary and Mrs. Rowe enjoyed two calls on the Healds in Scarboro. Heald is slowly getting his strength following a long period of illness beginning last December. O'Brien has some interesting plans for the 60th Reunion in
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1892
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WILLIAM F. GEIGER
DR. WILLIAM R. P. EMERSON
Treasurer, 290 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
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1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
Paucity of class news due, of course, to the fact that classmates have not written the secretary and that he in turn has not the classmates—makes this column short.
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1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
In losing Victor Spooner this Class is bereft of one who in his quiet and unostentatious way showed constant loyalty and contributed much to its spirit. It is good that he was able to be with us at our 55th and we of the Boston
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1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Something new has happened in our Class. A week or more after our 55th Reunion, Ernest Gile nominated Mr. Elmer Munson Hunt for election as an honorary member of '95. I immediately submitted the nomination to the class. The
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News fhom the Classes
1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
The series of brief career sketches about living members of 1896 is continued this month with the following from:
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
This is a new year in writing for the MAGAZINE and I want to start out with a request that each of you send me information which will help me prepare the articles for the year.
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1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
Doc Chandler died at Woodstock, Vt., on May 31, 1950, after a long illness. An obituary notice appears in In Memoriam.
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1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
October birthday greetings to Gerould and Parker.
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1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Remembrances of the golden fiftieth are still with us. The picture appended to these notes is that of one of the many groups present Harry Jenkins, his daughter Mrs. Homer Bean (the class baby) and her son and daughter. The
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1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
The class was well represented at the fiveclass dinner held in Boston last May, 15 men answering the roll call. "T" Wood presided as toastmaster and did a bang-up job as you might expect. The following men were in attendance,
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1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
There is a certain sadness in the heart of your secretary this year because of the recording of the deaths of four of his old classmates, Ben Ailing, Gus Parry, Dike Varney and Crosby Tappan. In writing up their obituaries, I
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1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Prex Whelden's son Robert was married May 20 at New Haven. That is the reason Prex did not show up at the five-class dinner. Various ones of the Whelden clan took part in the ceremony, an account of which may appear in the '42
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1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
When the Fund gatherers had reached the stop sign on June 30, Squid's master hand had placed us 13th in a group of 29 classes which equalled or exceeded their objectives. A class record of 107 contributors and $4,380 exceeded
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
Your new secretary with his wife Mildred has done a bit of traveling during the past spring and summer. April 1 they left for California, with a congenial friend to drive them, to visit Mildred's married son and daughter, and to
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
By the time you read this many of you will have heard of the death of Bob Blood. Bob was one of our most loyal members and did a grand job as Class Agent up to the time he was forced to resign because of ill-health. Funeral
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1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
During the summer months, '07 has lost three more o£ its members.
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1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
JOHN HINMAN
Chubby Howe, Had Mitchell, Andy Nichols and Queech Safford have passed away in the last few months. Chubby passed away on May 30 at Wakefield, Mass. He was born in North Adams, and for many years he was with the A. G. Walton
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1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Back to the mines after a respite of a couple of months. Did I say respite? That applies only to '09 activities. I've been plenty active evenings and weekends fixing up the old barn into a place habitable for the family jalopie.
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1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
EARLE H. PIERCE
LELAND POWERS
Another summer entering its twilight, another college year dawning what is ahead, no one knows and that is the way it should be—an individual, a nation would lose the zest for living, for action, if all life could be plotted
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
JOHN C. STERLING
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM President Sterling
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
Again the time has come round when for the next ten months I have the fun as well as the work of setting down what news I can dig up from various sources of the activities of classmates and their families. Since this column
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1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
PARKER TROWBRIDGE
In the General Motors brochure there are pictures of the general managers of all plants and a good one of Victor Olsen, general manager of the Hydromatic Department.
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1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
MARTIN J. REMSEN
This begins another year and another fouryear cycle under the guidance and direction of Jack Connors as President. Needless to say, we are all behind him and are going to make this a banner period in our Class history.
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1915
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ARTHUR C. NICHOLS
RUSSELL J. RICE
CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
First, your new secretary wants to express his deepest gratitude to those classmates who happened to learn of his hospitalization early in July and who sent him messages of encouragement during convalescence. Let it be recorded
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1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
C. CARLTON COFFIN
H. CLIFFORD BEAN
Here we go again with another year of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, and I hope I can make it interesting for you. That depends largely on members of the Class. A few accumulated notes are at hand after the summer lay-off, so here goes:
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1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
GILBERT N. SWETT
We report, with deep regret, that Don Norton passed away May 31 at the Mary Fletchei Hospital at Burlington, Vt. Don was one of the outstanding men of our class and we must all sincerely regret that he was called so early.
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1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
On this, the beginning of our 13th year in editing these notes, we thank you for the pleasure of reuning with friends each month and for the conscientious way you voluntarily send in news regularly about classmates and they
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1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
News items from the Class during the past summer were quite numerous, but, if there were only some way for your struggling secretary to persuade more of you to give with what you are doing, this October through June account of
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1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
The New York Times and Newsweek went all out for our Ted Cart early in the summer. Hailing him as America's "luggage king" and reporting the sales of his Atlantic Products Cos. running at an all-time high, they blazoned his
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1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROBERT P. BURROUGHS
Well, gang, it's impossible, but here we are again right up against Labor Day and our deadline. "Summer has gone, winter drawers on," as Jake Bond used to say. When you read this, Holy Cross and Michigan will be in the record
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1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
Unbelievable as it may seem, and it does, summer is nearly over as I start the first column for another publication year. If anything, I have a smaller backlog of material than for any other opening year since joining the
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News fhom the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
JULIUS A. RIPPEL
Resuming our stint with our 1927 Woodstock, model 4, which has been silent since June, we are pleased to hope that all of you had nice summers, full of sunshine, fish, travel and the other things you like most to
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1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
RICHARD A. HENRY
It seems but yesterday that we held the old Corona in our ample lap, pounding out copy for the June issue of this well-known MAGAZINE. Yet here it is September, with summer but a fond memory, and duty calls once more. Well,
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1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
FORD H. WHELDEN
ROBERT C. BORWELL
Undoubtedly one of the outstanding jobs at our 25th reunion was the Twenty-FifthYear Report in book form so ably edited by the Ford Whelden family. Surprisingly enough some 35 classmates have credits with the class treasury towards
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1926
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
Here it is fall again! And a lot of things have happened within the class and to its members since I last reported to you in May, but I'll try to cover as much of the activity as space will permit.
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1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUM MINGS
It doesn't seem possible that the summer is over and that with the arrival of September it is time to start grinding out this monthly column. So here goes again with the warning that a year from next June we are going to say,
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
GEORGE H. PASFIELD
Usually it's an easy job to write the October notes, thanks to the accumulation of news over the summer months. This time, however, I start the task with a heavy heart because of the death of Cliff Dwinnell and Bob Morrison, who
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News fhom the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. GUNTHER
It is good to be starting another Alumni Year with praise for the Class and its good and faithful servants. The Class contribution in the Alumni Fund Drive just passed bespeaks credit to all, especially Squeek Redding whose
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1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
First off, congratulations are in order to Dick Bowlen and his assistant class agents for the superlative job which they did for 1930 in this last Alumni Fund campaign. Dick will protest in the loudest of terms that 1930's
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News fhom the Classes
1931
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A. W. LAUGHTON
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
EDWIN F. STUDWELL
Much water has gone over the dam since your Secretary last visited Hanover for the Class and Club Officers' Meeting in May. It is hard to say whether being a school administrator or a naval officer is his vocation or his
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News fhom the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
CHARLES D. DOERR
That new car I mentioned in the June column arrived just in time for our August vacaion and made it a complete success. For anyone with three or more children it's the car of good sense-an all-steel station wagon which looks
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1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W ECKELS
Here it is, that old deadline creeping up on us again, and even if it is Labor Day and all good solid laboring folks are supposed to have the day off and have a cook-out or something we have to slip on the old familiar harness
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1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. GILBERT
JAMES F. WENDELL
They tell me that happy is the Sec who sits down to his little Unique Jr., up to his whatsis in stuff to string together in deathless prose and unhaunted by any grinding, clashing noises hanging over from what he originally
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News fhom the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR.
JOHN WALLACE
SIDNEY A. DIAMOND
Well, fellows, here we are starting another year. The big Fifteenth is just a wonderful memory—next stop is the Torrid Twentieth —but we're getting rather ahead of ourselves. There's lots of news that's been gathering dust since
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News fhom the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
Since you guys and this column last got together the bosses have pulled the switch. Following the customary meeting in the smokefilled room you got yourselves a new slate. Have faith, though, there'll be another election in
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News fhom the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
By the looks of this dusty typewriter it would seem that the summer vacation is quite definitely over and it has come time to reconstruct the missing months into some semblance of a class column.
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1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTIE
Not to overplay a theme which probably has been causing plenty of thought among all members of the class, the possibilities of sudden change in occupation due to the Korean mess deserve some consideration in class planning.
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1939
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THOMAS T. BROOKS JR.
DON C. WHEATON JR.
The passing of Labor Day and a summons from the ALUMNI MAGAZINE signals the end of summer. It also marks the beginning of our 15th year as a Class. About this season of our first year we were matriculating before President
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News fhom the Classes
1940
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[no value]
ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
FORTY'S SECOND DECADE
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1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
We regret to report that Dick Arneson and his wife Rosamond were killed in a tragic accident on August 7 near Orland, Me., when the automobile they were driving was sideswiped by a truck. The Arnesons were enroute to
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News fhom the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
Here, slowly, we go again. You fortunate people, to say nothing of me, are nearing the bell-lap of this writer's disorganized and lethargic stewardship. Along with your fervent maledictions, let me add, it can't come too soon!
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1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
Like the radio comedians, here we are once again after a summer layoff. Since our last column quite a few things have happened on the international scene which have drastically changed the immediate future of a number of '4sers.
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1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
The latest "change of address" list has just come through, and I am delighted to report that there were none tangled up with an APO number. Of course, there are still enough humorists at large peddling front row seats to "South
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News fhom the Classes
1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
Way back in May your Secretary went to Hanover for the annual class officers meetings. There were several other '4ss on hand so we had a short reunion. Of course Mary and Nick Sandoe, Carol and Bob Allen and RogBrown, our Hanover
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News fhom the Classes
1946
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PHILIP A. STEDFAST
CHARLES T. DUNCAN
Another summer gone, it hardly seems possible. I hope you've all had a pleasant summer. Needless to say, I am looking forward to bringing you the news for another year. There are still beaucoup guys getting married, engaged,
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News fhom the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
Another year is on its way—Reunion Year too. You'll hear a lot about it during the coming months, but not right now.
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1948
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M. ROBERT HERRICK
RICHARD H. GREENE
In the heat of exams and enthusiasm over spending the summer in the Grand Tetons of Wyoming as a forest ranger and the next two years as our class's emissary at Oxford in Merrie England, Sonny neglected to mention that someone
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1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
The bulletin from Hanover says, "Notes are due soon, so get at it!" So here I am back at my pleasant job trying to please you guys who by now are spread all over the map, especially with Korea popping up at the wrong time.
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1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MOR AND III
Hey! We're in print. Seems like only four months ago we were breaking clay pipes on the Old Pine stump and sporting mortar boards. But enough of this nostalgia and on to the initial report of the success of the latest attempt by
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Official Scorer
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He takes the honor lightly, according to an interviewer. "Anybody who can fill out an expense account can keep score," Smith says. To which his closest friends quickly add that the 1950 World Series scoring will therefore be in
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21 Columbia Luncheon
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Plans are complete for a Class Luncheon at the Outing Club House on Occom Pond, November 11. Plan to come early and have a good visit. All the '21 sons now at Dartmouth will be there. Get your Columbia ticket apps in and
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Three Dartmouth Poets
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WELCOMED BACK TO THE CAMPUS last May for a special Baker Library symposium on modern poetry were (I to r) Richard Eberhart '26, Richmond Lattimore '26 and Marshall Schacht '27. Eberhart, who studied at St. John's in Cambridge, is
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ABC News Chief
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Richard Rendell '28, staff member of Station WMAL, Washington, was named chief of the Far Eastern news staff of the American Broadcasting Company in August. He now maintains headquarters in Tokyo and coordinates the coverage
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Has First New York Show
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Thomas R. George '40 returned to the United States from France this summer for the first New York showing of his paintings. A series of watercolors and drawings made up the Ferargil Galleries show which ran from September 6 to 20. After
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A Hot Summer at Zuk's
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F. G. '50
It was 3 a.m. Labor Day at Zuk's (a roadhouse in New Jersey). Most of the crowd had gone. Zuk, a bartender by trade and horse player by hobby, was behind the mahogany puffing a black cigar and cleaning glasses along with
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Tuck School
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H. L. DUNCOMBE, JR. K. A. HILL
THE Tuck School has had a busy summer. On June 26 we became host to two groups of French engineers whose work in the United States was sponsored by E.C.A. and the National Management Council. The objective of the visit was to
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Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
GETTING the usual jump on the rest of the College, even including the football squad, the second-year Thayers returned to Hanover on August 23 for the 1950 summer session. The group this year includes eight civil engineering
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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 in this issue or may appear in a later number]
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Alumni Register
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Fanny S. Lewin, Retired Assistant Registrar, Dies
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FANNY S. LEWIN, for many years Assistant Registrar of the College, died suddenly at her home in Hanover on July 18. Born in Hanover in 1885, she had spent her entire life here. She attended the Hanover schools, Kimball Union
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