Issue: 19501101

Wednesday, November 1, 1950
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JAMES CAMPION
JAMES CAMPION
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THE Convocation Address delivered by President Dickey at the Webster Hall exercises opening Dartmouth's 182nd year made a deep impression upon the students and faculty members who heard it, and it also received wide attention
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Masthead
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This Month
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CLUB LIFE
CLUB LIFE
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Beaulieu Vineyad
Beaulieu Vineyad
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JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
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Merrill Lynch
Merrill Lynch
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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First Harvard Victor
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Horizons
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Great Western
Great Western
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Books
Books
ALL THE BEST IN HOLLAND
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Herbert F. West '22
by SydneyClark '12. Dodd, Mead & Company, 1950;266 pp.; $4.00.
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Alumni Articles
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Edward C. Kirkland '16 is the author of chapter 6 of Freedom and the University which is entitled Academic Freedom and theCommunity.
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PHILCO
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HOLLY AT CHRISTMAS
HOLLY AT CHRISTMAS
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YOUR DARTMOUTH HOST IN NEW YORK
YOUR DARTMOUTH HOST IN NEW YORK
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PEAK PRODUCTIONS
PEAK PRODUCTIONS
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Pan American
Pan American
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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Clark & Gilly
Clark & Gilly
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Faculty Articles
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During his recent leave of absence Prof. Francois Denoeu published three books: a novel L'Amour en bouton, which will be reviewed in a later issue of the MAGAZINE; two one-act plays, Moliere at ses amis and LesGaietes de la
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Docton in the House
Docton in the House
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Bank of New York and Fifth Avenue Bank
Bank of New York and Fifth Avenue Bank
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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C. E. W.
It is surprising how quickly the college year loses its shiny new quality and falls into patterns so familiar that it requires a conscious effort to remember the summer days when there were no students at the center of things.
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THE COLLEGE
Record Aid
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C. E. W.
Scholarship aid continues to bulk large in the news and in the planning and fund-raising efforts of the College. Shortly after the opening of the new college year, it was announced that financial aid to students, in all its
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THE COLLEGE
Financial Reorganization
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C. E. W.
Running a college these days is a com. plicated business. Every Dartmouth administrative and academic department will rise up to offer itself as the basis for this statement, and with good cause; but for really grade-A
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THE COLLEGE
Western Conference
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C. E. W.
This month, in Denver, Dartmouth alumni officers from 11 states west of the Mississippi will meet with officials from the College to discuss the strengthening of regional alumni organization and especially to learn, at first
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THE COLLEGE
A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR CARROLL c. DAVIS '11 recipient, of the 1950 Charles Goodyear Medal from the American Chemical Society.
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THE COLLEGE
Five-Star Final
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C. E. W.
Registrar Robert O. Conant '13 turned out to be a pretty good prognosticator in the matter of 1950-51 enrollment. In the late spring he estimated that registration this fall would total "about 2800" and the final, official
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THE COLLEGE
Letter to California
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C. E. W.
A Letter of support from the Dartmouth faculty was sent to the Academic Senate of the University of California on October 16. Signed by 158 members of the College's teaching staff, it "observed with deep concern the recent
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THE COLLEGE
Great Issues
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C. E. W.
The fourth year of Dartmouth's celebrated Great Issues Course opened September 28 with an organizational lecture by Prof. William A. Carter '20, course director. The first Monday night talk was given by President Dickey, who
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THE COLLEGE
Miscellany
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C. E. W.
President Dickey's annual "state of the College" address was given at a meeting of the full faculty on October 4. The past year, the President said, was "a good year, with solid and continuing progress on all fronts." The need
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114 Sons of Dartmouth Men in New Freshman Glass
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Among the 713 freshmen who matriculated in the Class of 1954 this fall are 114 sons of Dartmouth men, an increase over the 99 who entered last year in a class of 698. The largest group of alumni fathers is in the Class of 1929, which
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Convocation Address
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President Dickey Opens Dartmouth's 182 nd Year at Exercises in Webster
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Rockefeller Gift of $250,000
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John D. Rockefeller Jr.
A GIFT to Dartmouth of $250,000 from John D. Rockefeller Jr. of New York was announced by President Dickey on October 22, following the annual fall meeting of the Board of Trustees. Mr. Rockefeller adopted this means of expressing his
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A Detective Story From the Far North
A Detective Story From the Far North
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ELMER HARP JR
CURATOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY, DARTMOUTH MUSEUM
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Miss Bischoff Makes Art Gift to Dartmouth
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Miss ILSE BISCHOFF, New York artist who also has a home at Hartland, Vt., made a gift to the College in August of an oil painting, three drawings, and seven prints.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Peter B. Martin '51
It never really seems like another college year is beginning until you're finally back in Hanover. All summer long you've been telling Sweet Young Things at beach parties and yacht clubs that "I'm a senior at Dartmouth."
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The Undergraduate Chair
SOPHOMORES
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Peter B. Martin '51
Sophomores act very superior. They go about yelling "54 Out!" in scuffed white bucks, sneering to themselves over the spotless quality of freshman white shoes just purchased at the Co-op or Campion's. They make sure that
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The Undergraduate Chair
JUNIORS
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Peter B. Martin '51
Juniors are a bit more dignified. They make sure that the room is cleaned, the car washed, the trunks carried upstairs— but they are very subtle about the whole thing and lubricate the toil with the foam- ing contents of Tanzi
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GREETINGS
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Peter B. Martin '51
Greetings have undergone a bit of a change this year. In addition to the "Dja have a good summer?" we now have "How d'ya stand with your draft board?"
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FRESHMEN
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Peter B. Martin '51
Freshmen have been buying pipe racks, obsolete text books, malfunctioning desk lamps, college bureaus, and tickets to last year's Holy Cross game. They buy and- irons, tennis rackets, light bulbs, crystal sets, roller shades,
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INFLATION
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Peter B. Martin '51
A controversy was in store for returning students. The 75-cent haircut had become a tradition on Main Street. Last year Dartmouth men went home to Cedar Rapids, lowa, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with beautifully barbered
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CONSTRUCTION
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Peter B. Martin '51
Construction is going on in Hanover this fall just as it must have gone every fall since 1770. Some of it is impressive, some just arouses undergraduate curiosity. For several weeks men have been busily throwing dirt out of a
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With the D.O.C.
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Bob Brace '52
THE ADVENT of the fall semester brings to the fore a project that has become a D.O.C. tradition. A new Bull Moose cabin is going up under the expert direction of Ross McKenney. Begun a little over a year ago, the cabin is well
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Scenes of the Dartmouth Pow Wow in Detroit
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A TURN-AWAY CROWD of 500 filled the big ballroom of Detroit's Hotel Statler for the dinner Friday night, October 6, which was the top pre-game feature of the Pow Wow weekend. At the left is a picture of part of the crowd and of the head table,
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"The Dartmouth Bible" Gets Enthusiastic Press Notices
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The Dartmouth Bible, edited by the late Prof. Herman Feldman of Tuck School and Prof. Roy B. Chamberlin, Dartmouth's chapel director, has received unusual critical acclaim since its publication by Houghton Mifflin on September
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
IF the quality of American fiction may be judged by Ernest Hemingway's Across the River and Into the Trees, then it is at a low ebb indeed. I am one who thinks that it is at a low ebb, but there is quite a lot written today far
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Reunion Schedule
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IN ORDER that Dartmouth alumni may have early notification of the 1951 class reunion schedule, Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College, has announced plans involving 13 classes on two weekends next June.
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Dartmouth Plaque Goes To Indianapolis School
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SHORTRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL of Indianapolis, Indiana, has been declared the 1950 winner of the Dartmouth Plaque, awarded annually to the school whose alumni group of three or more men in the freshman class achieves the highest
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The Faculty
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HERBERT R. SENSENIG '28, Professor of German, has been granted special leave of absence from the College to accept a position as Education Adviser with the U. S. Educational and Cultural Affairs Division in Germany.
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Academic Delegates
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DURING September and October the College was represented at a number of academic occasions by the following:
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Dr. Tucker Speaking
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Dartmouth men who were in college during the presidency of William Jewett Tucker, between 1893 and 1909, have never forgotten him as the man whose personal influence upon them, especially as he spoke to the student body
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College Receives Two Gifts Totaling $36,254
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THE DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL has announced two recent gifts to the College totaling 136,254.53.
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Freshman Foibles
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Leroy G. Porter '15
I AM TOLD that long before the Amazon River reaches the ocean, one cannot see the shores on either side of the channel, although it is still a river. A boy entering as a freshman in college is somewhat like this river since
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Francis E. Merrill '26
With the Season one-third over, Dartmouth has yet to win a football game. This unhappy situation is not, as noted below, the result of not trying hard. The team opened with a 2121 tie against Holy Cross, then flew out to
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Whit Big Green Teams
DARTMOUTH 21, HOLY CROSS 21
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Francis E. Merrill '26
The Crusaders of Holy Cross, under the tutelage of their new coach, Dr. Eddie Anderson, provided a rude shock to the partisans of the Green by playing Dartmouth to a 21-21 tie in the opening game of the season. After previous
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MICHIGAN 27, DARTMOUTH 7
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Francis E. Merrill '26
For almost half of this game, it looked as though the gallant men in Green and White were going to pull one of the upsets of the year and beat mighty Michigan on their own grounds. Scoring first in the initial period, the men of
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PRINCETON GAME SMOKER
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Dartmouth Club of Central New Jersey Date: Friday, November 24 Time: 8:00 P.M. Place: Carteret Club, Trenton N. J. Guest Speaker: Coach "Tuss" McLaughry Dartmouth Football Movies—Refreshments All Dartmouth Alumni Welcome
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PENNSYLVANIA 42, DARTMOUTH 26
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In a game in which 34 points were scored in the final period, Pennsylvania continued its mastery over Dartmouth, which has extended back to 1933 without a victory for the Green. Penn was led by their great captain, Reds
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CROSS COUNTRY
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Coach Ellie Noyes has slightly revised the grueling cross-country course, which leads up hill and down dale across the golf course and through the Vale of Tempe. Formerly considered perhaps the toughest grind in the country, the
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SOCCER
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In striking contrast to the depressing record of the football team to date. Coach Tommy Dent's soccer team is currently the proud possessor of a three-game winning streak and is, as yet, undefeated. The boys have put away
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November Schedule
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FOOTBALL Nov. 4 Yale at New Haven 11 Columbia 18 Cornell at Ithaca 25 Princeton at Princeton J. V. FOOTBALL Nov. 3 Yale J. V. at New Haven 10 Nichols Jr. College 18 Army J. V. at West Point FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
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Football Broadcasts
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Cornell Game, Nov. 18, 1:30 P.M.WOR (710), New York; WICC (600), Bridgeport, Conn.; WONS (1410), Hartford, Conn.: WNLC (1490), New London, Conn.: WWCO (1240), Waterbury, Conn.; WAMS (1380), Wilmington, Del.; WASH (FM 97.1),
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TELEVISION
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Princeton Game, Nov. 25, 1:30 P.M.— WNBT, New York, N. Y.; WDEL-TV, Wilmington, Del.; WNBQ, Chicago, III.; WBAL- TV, Baltimore, Md.; WJJ-TV, Detroit, Mich.; WBEN-TV, Buffalo, N. Y.; WHAM-TV, Rochester, N. Y.; WSYR-TV, Syracuse,
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College Representatives For Dartmouth Night
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NINE REPRESENTATIVES from the College were guest speakers at Dartmouth Night meetings of alumni clubs October 20.
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Class Notes
News from Clubs & Glasses
San Diego
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J. WILLIAM KNTBBS III '34
The annual election of officers of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties was held Wednesday night, October 4. Clifton W. Power '31of La Jolla was elected president; Stanley W. Osgood '36 of La
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Central Pennsylvania
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JOHN F. PAGE '39
Thirty-five of us were together on Friday, September 8, at the West Shore Country Club (Camp Hill, Pa.) for an excellent pre-college gathering.
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St. Louis
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JAMES C. JONES III '38
The big event of September was the fi'm fund-raising party at the home of "Buster"and "Margie" May, '36. Our host and hostess, assisted by Doug Leresche '43 and GerryPeterson '43 graciously entertained the freshmen, the undergraduates,
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Northern California
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BASIL L. WINSLOW '20
Dartmouth men travelling through San Francisco this summer have not forgotten us. Many have learned that we have a most pleasant private room for meeting our Dartmouth friends: WEEKLY LUNCHEONS—EVERY WEDNESDAY St. Julien's,
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Rhode Island
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FRANKLIN S. EGCLESTON '32
The first monthly luncheon of the season was held Thursday, October 5, at the Hope Club, Providence, with 23 present.
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Georgia
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LOUIS J. FORTUNA '38
Our first fall get-together was held at Charles Chapman's picnic grounds, where "Chef" Chapman '33 grilled steaks for the following members and their wives: Bill Dreier '24, Bill Marsh Jr. '3l, Jack O'Brion '32, FrankO'Gara '23, Joe
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The Great Divide
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HARRY LITZENBERCER '32
Members of our association were stunned recently by the sudden and untimely death of Gerald C. Wood '24. Jerry was killed instantly on September 19 when his car was struck head-on by a semi-trailer which skidded out of control.
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News from Clubs & Glasses
New York City
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JAMES A. FIELD '45
As always, Dartmouth Night was more than another football season party. When you realize that on this same night all over the world—from Toledo to Timbuktu—Dart mouth men are gathered together just as you are "lest the old
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News from Clubs & Glasses
Glens Falls
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JOHN F. BULLARD '42
The Glens Falls Club once again started the new year with a successful outing and clam steam at the Battenkill Country Club, Greenwich, N. Y., on September 16. Alumni, undergraduates and guests saw another club attendance
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D.O.C. of No. California
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WINSOR D. WILKINSON '10
Many times during the past several years, we have told how the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California would soon have a cabin on the Club's property at Donner Summit in the Sierra Nevada for the use of those who enjoy the
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South Florida
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CHARLES T. GARNSEY '20
Our September luncheon was quite a success and an overflow group turned out. We were only able to round up one sub-freshman: unfortunately the remainder had already started their trip north. The delegation from So. Florida is
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Long Island
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ROGER G. ALLEN '37
Following the Installation Dinner at the Hempstead Elks Club on September 15 and Dartmouth Night at the Garden City Casino on October 20, plans are going ahead full steam for the Dartmouth Glee Club Concert on December 2.
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Central Ohio
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EDWARD W. ATKINSON '28
Can't decide whether our September 8 picnic closed last season or opened the coming season. So I'll settle tor calling it just another high-light in our continuing club program.
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Cleveland
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LOUIS E. WEITZ '35
The activities of the Dartmouth Club of Cleveland are taking shape now that the summer lull has ended. Richard Loughry '34, president of the Club, has made the following appointments: Andrew P. CarstensenJr. '45 to the Interviewing
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Kansas City
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CHARLES F. YANCEY JR. '46
Our first luncheon for the 1950-51 terra was held September 11 at the University Club, with entering freshmen and returning upperclassmen as our guests. We also were happy to see Alan R. Tawse '34 who drove nearly 100 miles
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Manchester
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JOHN R. MCLANE JR. '38
Herm Sander '30 was elected president to succeed Ken Davis '24 at the annual meeting of the Executive Committee held October 6. Ward Thompson '31 and Lanky Langdell 28 moved up to first and second vice-presidents respectively
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Detroit
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ROGER F.. GRAVES '37
The Dartmouth Club of Detroit met at JackBrabb's cottage on Lake Erie last August 29 for gala picnic and swim party. Staff Hudson '19 and Ed Isbey '51 arrived early and challenged Bill Murphy '52 and Bayard Johnson '54 to a rousing
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Philadelphia
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JOSEPH M. FLOUNDERS '47
On Monday, September 11, approximately seventy-five alumni, members of the entering class and their dads gathered for luncheon in the William Penn Room of Gimbel Brothers in Philadelphia. It gave the Philade.phia alumni a great
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Oregon
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SAMUEL H. MARTIN '27
The Dartmouth Association of Oregon commenced what we hope will be an active and successful year, with our annual picnic held August 31, at the farm of Arch Diack '29 on the Sandy River.
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Boston
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HOWARD A. STOCKWELL JR. '40
HARVARD-DARTMOUTH BALL
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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 Res- taurant ATLANTA, last Thursday, Davison-
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1887
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FRANK B. SANBORN
ALBERT E. HADLOCK
"When I was on my four-weeks vacation at Crawford House, N. H., I had a visit from two Dartmouth grads who have chosen a common hobby relative to gladiolus. Steve Chase '96, a star athlete in his day, has now one glad farm in
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1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Hardy Ferguson, who lived in Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., during the many years he was active in professional life, has, in. his retirement, moved to the State of Maine, where, at 29 Ocean View Road, Cape Elizabeth, he has acquired a new
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1890
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ALVIN H. BACON
Prof. Gerould, wrote me from Hanover last Sept. 9, enclosing the following obituary notice in the N. Y Herald-Tribune of Friday, Sept. 8: "Mrs. P. S. Boynton Sr., 74; Republican Club Leader. Mrs. Esther McCombs Boynton, 74,
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1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
The Sixtieth Reunion at Dartmouth College is. slated by the authorities on June 15 16, 17, 1951. Ninety-One families please take notice.
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1892
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WILLIAM F. GEIGER
DR. WILLIAM R. P. EMERSON
News of the death early in September of Alice Strong so soon after Arthur's death on May 18 came as a shock as we had not known of her illness. Her interest in everything pertaining to '92 and her cooperation in Arthur's work
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1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
Frank Woodbury has passed on., but we of '93 cherish his memory. While he was wTith the Class only two years, his association with us extended through three years as he spent one year at the Dartmouth Medical College. He had a
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1894
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CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
A little free advertising for The Hanover Inn, viz: Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Marden of Lowell, Mass., registered there August 26, 195
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1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
I am sorry to report that Classmate JohnHayes is not improving in health as we had all hoped he would. I understand that he is not suffering physical pain but is quite troubled in mind and unhappy. The following letter, dictated by
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1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Continuing the series of life sketches of members of the Class of 1896, we present this month the following report from:
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
Since writing the last article for the MAGAZINE, mostly about baseball, I have turned the three-quarter century mark. There was no celebration of the event, but I find myself thinking—what of it these years of work and play and
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1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
Dr. Everett Howard Field, who was with our class during freshman year, died at Portland, Ore., June 13, 1950.
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1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
November birthday salutations to Boston,Galusha, Martin, Surrey and Woodman.
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1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Cut Tirrell has sold his house in Montreal and has bought a country place at Lakeshore, 14 miles west of that city on the Ottawa highway in the town of Pointe Claire. Here he is located but a five-minutes walk from his daughter
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1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Eddie Hunter, agreeable to suggestions from several members of the class, has named as a Committee of Arrangements for our Fiftieth Reunion: Stevie, Johnnie Ward, Chan Cox and Bunker Bishop. He has agreed to sit in with the
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1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
In these years when our millions are scattered to the far ends o£ the earth with such a minimum of good will in return, it is a pleasure to have an authoritative opinion that, in one great country at least, the U.S.A. is held
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1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Horace Kidger has sold his Newton house and is living at Blueberry Hill Farm, East Wakefield, N. H. He hopes to be away from there most of the winter. His book, ProblemsFacing Democracy, was out in September from the press of Ginn &
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
There is nothing like grandchildren, I find, to rouse a retired man to get about a bit. It was primarily grandchildren that took Mildred and me to California last spring. It was definitely grandchildren, Jeff, Jimmy and Penny
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Freddie Welch writes that the State College of Washington has recently honored him by naming its Summer Survey Camp in the Cascade Mountains, Camp F. W. Welch. The dedication ceremonies were conducted by the college president,
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1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
Responses to the Class Letter seem to indi cate that it is a welcome innovation. All replies spoke of the news of recent deaths in the Class as a heavy blow.
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1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
JOHN HINMAN
The Engineering News-Record, of several weeks ago contains a picture of Arthur D.Weston with the following article about him:
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1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
As this writing, the glorious class of '09 s in the middle of a job to get some guy to act as class agent, Jim Greenebaum having resigned. The nod was given to Cad Cummings, but he admits he ain't got the energy he used to have, by
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1910
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HAROLD P. HINMAN
EARLE H. PIERCE
LELAND POWERS
We thought that when the. baseball season ended, our nervous system, would get a vacation but watching Dartmouth come from behind three times to tie Holy Cross has prevented a letdown life is that way if it isn't one thing, it
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
JOHN C. STERLING
Jim Malley has been active as a member of the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission in which he has had a committee of prominent New Englanders working on a plan to broaden the New Hampshire tax base. This
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
A clearer picture of what is engaging the talents of General Connie Snow in Germany appears from a statement made public by John J. McCloy, United States High Commissioner for Germany, denying that he had ever considered
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1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
PARKER TROWBRIDGE
"T. D." Jewett has been in Los Angeles with his daughter Betty and family. Andy Cornstock lives across the street and he saw RayBennett about the middle of September.
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1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
MARTIN J. REMSEN
From an anonymous source I recently received what I believe will be of considerable interest to the Class, a list of '14ers from Who's Who. Here they are: Carl EdwardBuck, health official, lecturer on Public Health; Ellsworth
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1915
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ARTHUR C. NICHOLS
RUSSELL J. RICE
CHARLES E. GRIFFITH
Stan and Lucy Llewellyn express their appreciation for the sincere interest and kind offers from so many classmates when they received word during Reunion of the serious illness of Mrs. Llewellyn's brother. By catching a
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1916
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CMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
C. CARLTON COFFIN
H. CLIFFORD BEAN
Hampton, N. H.
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1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
GILBERT N. SWETT
"Reg Smith, of Albion, Mich., has been appointed chairman of the Nominating Committee for president of Rotary International for 1951-1952." Reg has been treasurer of the Union Steel Products Company of Albion since 1925. In
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1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
DAVID L. GARRATT
With '18s social tempo working into high and the haute monde getting the nod, please let us know if you see any '18ers or their wives at the Yale, Columbia, Cornell or Princeton games. Thanks for letting others see what you see.
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1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
Early fall visitors at the Inn included Billand Doris Cunningham, San Treat from Los Angeles, and Louis and Mrs. Haerle from Zionville, Ind. When the full list is available, let's hope that lots of 'igers paid a visit to Hanover
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1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
30TH REUNION. The dates are June 22-23-24, 1951—less than eight months away. The Reunion Committee is at work (FrankMoulton, chairman, with Bill Carter and Sammy Sampson, reunion dependables, as his assistants). Details will keep
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1921
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DONALD G. MIX
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROBERT P. BURROUGHS
Joe Vance had a cocktail party for the Class planned before the Michigan game and OrtHicks writes that he, Rog Wilde, Jack Hubbell and Rynie Rothschild were sure to be on hand. Rynie seems to have neglected his golf somewhat and
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1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
Have you forgotten to send Carroll the five dollars for the current year's dues? I hope not for the support of all is needed to keep our treasury respectable. Certainly the amount assessed is a modest one, particularly when you
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1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
The illustration which heads this column is the work of our son Truman T. Metzel Jr. '48 and is intended to look like his old man, hard at work upon his class labors. Perhaps we can persuade the young man to turn out a
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1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUVCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
RICHARD A. HENRY
An event of "man bites dog" rarity took place about a month ago; an occurrence which will gladden the heart of your Secretary through many a long winter night to come. In the days ahead, when we are wondering just what one has
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1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
FORD H. WHELDEN
ROBERT C. BORWELL
The Boston gang have found interesting front page reading of late in the news stories of Hal Stevens, who, as the sole Republican appointed member of the Metropolitan District Commission, has been uncovering what he claims is
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1926
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E. PAUL VENNEMAN
HERBERT F. DARLING
ROBERT M. STOPFORD
Although these notes are being written on October 3, you will not be reading them until November. By that time the football team will have played six of its scheduled nine games. The class will have been out of College 24 1/3
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1927
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DOANF. ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Apparently 1927 had a reunion up in Saxtons River, Vt., in the latter part of September. Bill King writes that he went up there to enter his son Michael in Vermont Academy. While there he saw Bob Mix and his wife and Don McCall
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1928
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OSM'UN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
GEORCE H. PASFIELD
The Class continues to be well represented overseas. Tax Connell is in Hiroshima doing research for the government on leave of absence from his dual job as professor of zoology at the College and professor of parasitology at
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1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. GUNTHER
I don't know what my daughters will do to me when they see what I have done (quite incidentally) to advertise their teeth-straightening programs, but the accompanying candid shot is probably the prettiest picture ever taken of
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1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
This is the first o£ several years when your Secretary has not been personally on hand to witness the activities of the new college year, the fall foliage in and around Hanover, the opening football games and all of the other
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1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
By now you aire probably all aware that JimLaughton, class secretary, has been called back into the Service and, at the time of this writing, we are without a secretary. However, we hope to have this situation remedied before the
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1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
CHARLES D. DOERR
Late in September we smelled smoke in our apartment. I examined the basement—we have a duplex plus—and found it filled with pungent fumes, coming from outside. Investigation showed that the oil furnace under the adjoining
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1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
We've been so much on the run this past month that we haven't lit long enough to put out our usual frantic feelers for '33 news, and we've been away from Hanover so much of the time that we can't even post you very well on
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1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. GILBERT
JAMES F. WENDELL
Speaking of Indians, the Dartmouth variety encamped in the vicinity of Worcester has been forced to emulate that famous impecunious aborigine, Lo (not '34), by going underground, or at least appearing in public cheering for
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1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR
JOHN WALLACE
SIDNEY A. DIAMOND
Well, fellows, once again we have to open the news with a note of tragedy. In the back of this issue will be found word of the sudden death of Dick Lauterbach from polio. Dick had already established himself in the field of
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1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
We're going to have to tend to our knitting or our editor will be giving us the sack deadlines really sneak up on a guy in this business .... listen, ed, we'll try to do better next time.
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR
Maybe this is "ancient fedora" now, but Charley Zimmerman, in whose very capable hands the recent Alumni Fund went over all tops, started off one of his many speeches asking had anyone heard the story about the poor fellow who
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1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTIE
By the time this screed hits the newsstands, the Harvard Game will have become a matter of record, as will 1938's annual pre-game get-together, and the Yale fracas will be coming up with all the attendant possibilities of
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1939
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THOMAS T. BROOKS JR
DON C. WHEATON JR
By the time this column leaves the press the iggo football season will be about over, but yesterday's a 1-21 tie with Holy Cross sounds like that early season game of our sophomore year when the same squad won the game, but
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1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
Leafing back through the pile of 1940 class notes carefully clipped from previous issues of the MAGAZINE and dutifully stored among the voluminous records deeded to me as the class morgue by Jack Moody, I find that my predecessors,
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1941
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DONALD H. STILLMAN
STUART L. MAY
Have been waiting until the last minute this month in order to wring out as much news as possible, and hoping that I would have something a little more current to pass on to you than the information at hand.
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1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
This, men, is going to be short and per haps to the point. Considering the fact that I have, at this writing, the great ancestor of all colds and that the editor of this periodical is suffering from a chronic condition, Farleyitis,
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1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR
STANTON B. PRIDDY
It may be nippy November and the frost may be on the pumpkin, but as far as this column is concerned it might as well be June. Cupid evidently has been working harder than a Marine recruiting sergeant in lining up some more
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1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
Just before I left the East for Taft Territory, I ran into Bad Bill Sanders. Never one to mince words, William quite candidly opined on the state of this column. "It stinks!" quoth he, and to prove his point, noted that the
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1945
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REX FELTON
RODNEY A. WALSER
A lot of news items have piled up during the last couple of months, so without further comment here they are:
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1946
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PHILIP A. STEDFAST
CHARI.ES T. DUNCAN
Back in the southland once again. From now until next June I'll be back here at the same old stand. This, of course, is on the supposition that Uncle Sam stays off my ample frame. I'll be happy to hear from "you all."
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1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR
1947 class regional committees are in evidence this fall with gatherings sponsored in three localities for a like number of football games. Jack Young, with his committee of Bob Criag and Joe Flounders, urged '47s in
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1948
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M. ROBERT HERRICK
RICHARD H. GREENE
Back at the same old stand again this month and looking for letters all the harder. First in the order of precedence is the copy that got squeezed out of last month's issue. To wit: While in Hanover this summer we ran into Tom
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1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
Indian Summer hits just as the first, and somewhat disappointing, Dartmouth football score of the 1950 season rolls across CBS, and one's thoughts drift back to those two hot afternoons three (?) years back when we sat in
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1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
The amours of our class will again require considerable space, but it certainly is a pleasant task to record 'so's marriages and engagements. If we are slow or negligent in our duties, make us know it after due consideration
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Ends Work as Parole Chairman
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After more than 20 years of working for the public, Matthew W. Bullock 'O4 has retired as Chairman of the Parole Board for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Serving the Board under nine Governors, he built steadily upon the
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Fire Fighters
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If New England is confronted with another forest fire emergency this fall, which seems unlikely because of September rains, the area can thank two Dartmouth alumni for planning interstate assistance. The Northeastern Forest
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Ivory-Bills Found
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Two ivory-billed woodpeckers, the only known members of a species regarded as extinct for the past three years, were seen in Florida last spring by an expedition under the leadership of Whitney H. Eastman '10, vice president
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50
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Did Someone Say Easy?
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Transferred from his position as vice president of Lightolier Inc., in New York City, a post which he held from 1922 until 1943, Robert Fish '18 travelled to Arizona to take it easy and to attempt a cure for the acute arthritis
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They Threw Back 14-Pounders
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Three Dartmouth fishermen, and one from Yale, woke up from dreaming about the world's most ideal fishing spots and decided to go find some of them. Last summer Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College; Paul Sample '20,
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The Diplomatic Life
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When the Czechoslovak Foreign Office made charges this summer that the Americans had spread the potato bug in that country with the intention of ruining the crops, it was up to Ellis O. Briggs '21, our Ambassador to
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Pedestrian Politics
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Referring to his shoes as his "mobileheadquarters," Robert P. Bingham '25,Democratic nominee for Governor of NewHampshire, estimates that he has travelledsome 8000 miles—many of them 011 footduring his campaign. At the contest at thepolls this
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Margulis Memorial
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A scholarship fund in memory of the late George Margulis '35 of Cleveland was presented to the College in June on the occasion of the 15th reunion of his class. The family and friends of Margulis who established the memorial
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Record Rack
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Bank president and sportsman, Philip A. Johnson '37, of Fairbanks, Alaska, recently made the headlines upon his return from a hunting trip with what is believed to be the world's record for a Dall sheep rack. Measuring 28 inches
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Rand
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Another Jet Record
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Rated as a top USAF Ace at the end of World War 11, Col. David C. Schil'39 has now made a new record, as one of two pilots to make the first non-stop trans-Atlantic flight in jet planes. Taking Off from Manston, England,
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C.C. HILLS
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Hand-Braided Prosperity
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AN idea which revived the hopes and „ prospects of a community as well as the fortunes of Dan McMullen '41 was his inspiration for establishing the Colonialcraft Rug Company, in Waldoboro, Maine. Now in its fifth year, this
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TAYLORS
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Roger Peel Company
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REMINGTON
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High Seas Winner
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When the Cohoe, a seven-ton, 32-foot sloop, sailed into Plymouth harbor in the Bermuda to England sailing race this summer, her four-man crew, which included John Halstead '45, was looking forward to a long sound sleep. The
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MARINE MIDLAND A
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MOHAWK GNGRAVING CO.INC.
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SCHEDULE OF ANNUAL DUES
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Korean Casualty
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The first Dartmouth casualty of the Korean war, so far as is known to the College, was Bob Sebilian '48, who was wounded August 17 in the Marine assault on Naktong Bridge. Following is his letter describing the assault and
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MAPLE SYRUP AND SUGAR
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COBURN'S
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Gulfpride
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Associated School News
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Thayer School
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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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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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MANCHESTER'S
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A NEW ADDRESS?
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School Directory
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CLARK SCHOOL
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EMERSON
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KIMBALL UNION ACADEMY
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New Hampton
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Vermont Aeademy
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Arctic Capture
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Peter Johnson '50 of Orange, Conn., shown above, arrived back at college this fall with two Greenland Collared Lemmings, believed to be the only specimens of that particular species ever brought out of the Arctic alive.
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DARTMOUTH IN PORTRAIT
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Alumni Register
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