Issue: 19510701

Sunday, July 1, 1951
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE BAND
THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE BAND
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Student Furniture
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Caldwell Scott Construction
Caldwell Scott Construction
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BROWN HARRIS STEVENS INC.
BROWN HARRIS STEVENS INC.
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Rogers Peet Company
Rogers Peet Company
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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"Whole-hearted Support"
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ENGINEERS WANTED
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A Treadway Inn
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THIS month's shortened issue is given over almost entirely to a review of the Commencement and reunion weekends held in Hanover last month. In addition to an account of The 1951 Commencement, beginning on Page 9, it contains
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Masthead
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This Month
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COUNTRY ESTATE
COUNTRY ESTATE
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Chatham Bars Inn And Cottages
Chatham Bars Inn And Cottages
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Henry Hudson Hotel
Henry Hudson Hotel
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JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
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A. B. GILE COMPANY, INC.
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Books
Books
EXPERT BIDDING AT CONTRACT BRIDGE
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Frederick Pierce, '01
by Samuel M. Stayman '30. Published by Wellington Associates, 1951. 144pages. $1.95.
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Books
Books
THE BLACK LILY
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Herbert F. West '22
by Frederick Dyer '48.published by Exposition Press, New York;1951; 107 pp; $2-50-
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Books
Books
MAS ALLA DEL HORIZONTE
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R. Alberto Casas
An histori-cal novel by Joaquin Aguirre Lavayen '44,Editorial Don Bosco, La Paz, Bolivia, 390pp. 1951.
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Books
LETTERS ON THE ORNITHOLOGY OF BUENOS AYRES
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Wedgwood Bowen
by W. H. Hudson, ed-ited by D. R. Dewar with a foreword byHerbert F. West '22. Cornell UniversityPress, 1951, pp. 93, $2.75.
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Books
Books
Faculty Publications
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Royal C. Nemiah
ARISTOTLE, by Prof. Philip Wheelwright.Published by The Odyssey Press, 1951, pp.336, $2.00.
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BELLOWS & COMPANY
BELLOWS & COMPANY
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C. C. HILLS REALTOR
C. C. HILLS REALTOR
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NORWICH INN
NORWICH INN
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR LOUIS E. LEVERONE '04, recipient of the honorary LL.D. degree from Bradley University.
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You'll Find "Hanover"
You'll Find "Hanover"
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Alumni Publications
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Records of the Selective Service System1940-1947, compiled by Richard G. Wood '22, has been published by the National Archivesand Records Service.
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9,10,11,12
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The 1951 Commencement
The 1951 Commencement
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C.E.W
A MONC American colleges of pre-Revo-lutionary origin, Dartmouth alone J- has continued its educational work without interruption since the time of its founding, sending out a graduating class every year since the first group
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$568,000 Alumni Fund
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Smashing all records, the 1951 Alumni Fund exceeded its $500,000 quota. As this issue of the AlumniMagazine went to press, 15,381 alumni and friends had contributed a total of $568,327 and with final figures still to be
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Alumni Aide Resigns
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ROGER S. BROWN '45, who has been Assistant to the Secretary of the College during the past two years, resigned his college position as of July 1 in order to study abroad. He and Mrs. Brown will study hotel management at a
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Article
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"We Dare Not Default"
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RICHARD C. PUGH '51
The Class of 1951 Valedictory to the College
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13,14
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Valedictory to 1951
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President Dickey's Farewell to the Graduating Class
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Baccalaureate Address
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DR. REINHOLD NIEBUHR
I HAVE frequently had the opportunity of saying this final word at commencement exercises but I confess never without embarrassment. You have just grasped the coveted parchment, symbol of your emancipation from all tutelage,
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Dartmouth Awards Seven Honorary Degrees
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Dartmouth's highest tribute, in the formof hondrary degrees, was paid to sevendistinguished men at the College's 182 ndCommencement exercises. Two of the recipients were Dartmouth graduates. Thehonorary Doctorate of Laws was conferredupon four men,
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C. L. Hardy '27 Heads Association of Alumni
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THE annual meeting of the General Association of Dartmouth Alumni was held Saturday, June 23, following a buffet luncheon in the gym. In attendance were reuning alumni, members of the Alumni Council, and officials of the
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Seven Glasses Adopt Bequests Resolution
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A MONG the classes which held reunions A last month, seven classes 25 or more years out of college adopted a resolution endorsing the principle of having every member of the class make provision for the College in his estate
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18,19,20
Article
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The Fifty-Year Address
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ROBERT F. LEAVENS '01
MR. Chairman, President Dickey, Sidney Hayward, David Leslie, Trustees of the College, members of the faculty, alumni, class of 1951, fathers of the class of '51, friends of the College, we of 1901 salute you.
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1926 Gives Record Fund
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ONE of the developing characteristics of the Class Memorial Fund program is that no class holds the record very long. Three years ago, the Class of 1923 went over the $ 100,000 mark for the first time and set a new level of giving with
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Hood and Orr Are Elected Life Trustees of the College
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HARVEY P. HOOD 'IB of Boston and Dudley W. Orr '29 of Concord, N. H., were elected Life Trustees of the College at the annual Commencement meeting of the Board on June 16. They succeed Victor M. Cutter '03 of Boston and
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20,21
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Aid Freedom Projects
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BOTH President Dickey and President Emeritus Hopkins last month became associated with projects to promote freedom. President Dickey accepted membership on an advisory committee for the study of American academic freedom,
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21,22
Article
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The Reunion Weekend
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Cliff Jordan '45
IN the bright Monday morning sunshine the reunion tents are deserted, their canvas tops fluttering in the June breezes. The wooden chairs sprawl in clusters and empty beer kegs are tumbled on the lawn, while in the dorms the
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Mrs. N. A. Frost Leaves $196,960 to the College
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ELEANOR LOUISE FROST, a long-time resident of Hanover who died last year at the age of 101, told Dartmouth officials on several occasions that she wanted to remember the College in her will. At the annual June meeting of the
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Ends His Teaching Career
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CHESTER HUME FORSYTH '39h, Professor of Mathematics, ended his Dartmouth teaching career of 35 years when he retired at the end of the academic year in June. The mathematics of finance, insurance and business statistics has been
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Article
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Summer NROTC Cruises
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FOR 147 students in the Dartmouth NROTC Unit the summer involves training either at sea or at naval bases, as part of the regular NROTC program. A group of 35 contract students in the class of 1952 a sailed from Norfolk on June
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Tucker Foundation Reaffirms Dartmouth's Moral Purpose
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As a perpetual symbol of the concern of the College for furthering moral and spiritual growth, the Trustees of Dartmouth College have established the William Jewett Tucker Foundation, it was announced by President Dickey at
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Mrs. Hayward Retires As Manager of DDA
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MRS. ELIZABETH W. HAYWARD, who has been Manager of the Dartmouth Dining Association for the past 15 years, will retire from that position at the end of the 1951-1952 academic year. Her successor will be Miss Jeanette Gill,
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Justin A. Stanley '33 Heads Alumni Council for 1951-52
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JUSTIN A. STANLEY '33, Chicago attorney, was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council at the annual June meeting in Hanover on the weekend of June 21-23. He succeeds John L. Sullivan '21 of Washington, D. C., and
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Appoint New Inn Managers
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To FILL the managerial vacancy created by the resignation of Chester A. Wescott '14 as manager of the Hanover Inn, effective July 1, the Board of Overseers last month announced that Adele Hall Ives, assistant manager since
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Seasonal Postscript
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Francis E. Merrill '26
By the time this intelligence reaches our eager readers, the events reported hereinunder will be approximately two months old. Hence the activities will not be exactly in the category of spot news and we shall, accordingly, be
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Reunion Cup Winners
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Top honors for attendance at class reunions last month were won by 1901 and 1926. The Fifty-Year Class, with go of its 76 living graduates in Hanover for Commencement weekend, achieved a 66% record to capture the Class of
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25,26
Sports
With Big Green Teams
Baseball
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Francis E. Merrill '26
This was one of the gloomiest baseball seasons in recent Dartmouth history. The team finished the year with a record of four victories against 22 defeats and one tie, which is not exactly an inspiring wonand-lost mark. Inasmuch
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Track
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Francis E. Merrill '26
With such talented performers as Pete McCreary in the hurdles, John Cook in the dashes, and a couple of others, the Green was able to place heavily in almost any competition this year. However, their strength was not well
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New Publicity Director
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Clifford L. Jordan '45, assistant director of the Dartmouth College News Service, has been named director of athlefic publicity for the DCAC. He replaces Roger K. Wolbarst '43, who resigned last month to join the public
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Lacrosse
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Francis E. Merrill '26
This was not one of the best lacrosse seasons in Dartmouth history, either. With the team getting off to a slow start because of the serious illness of Coach Dent, as noted, the boys continued only by fits and starts and ended
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Tennis
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Francis E. Merrill '26
This process of depicting one unsuccessful season after another in the roster of the spring sports is, believe me, as distressing to the writer as to the reader. But your correspondent must nevertheless report that the tennis
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Golf
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Francis E. Merrill '26
It is a pleasure to conclude our report with the news that Coach Tommy Keane's golf team did all right for themselves, with a season's record of nine wins and four losses, thus finishing in third place in the Eastern
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With Big Green Teams
Valedictory
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In closing this column for the academic year, we should like to pay tribute to a man who has been very close to Dartmouth athletics for the past three years, but whose name has seldom appeared in these (or any other) columns.
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Last Month's Results
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Francis E. Merrill '26
BASEBALL—Holy Cross 15, Dartmouth 1; Columbia 7, Dartmouth 2; Pennsylvania 6, Dartmouth 5; New Hampshire 9, Dartmouth 2; Cornell 13, Dartmouth 10; Amherst 8, Dartmouth 3; Dartmouth 2, American International 2; Dartmouth 12,
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1886 Observes Its 65th
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WILLIAM P. KELLY '86
SIXTY-FIFTH reunion badges bearing the words "100% present in body and in spirit" were worn by members of '86 families in nineteen states on Saturday, June 16. These had been sent by mail to Class families by President Billie
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
A Fine 60th for 1891
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FRANK E. ROWE '91
OUR Sixtieth is now past and here is the Report!
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1896 Holds Its 55th
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN '96
THE Class of 1896 celebrated its fifty-fifth reunion on June 15, 16 and 17. Headquarters were in South Mass, though some members were registered at the Inn.
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
The Golden Reunion of 1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS 01
THE Fiftieth Reunion started off Thursday afternoon with a few of the class arriving in Hanover. Friday morning brought others, and from then on, as late arrivals came in, hearty and warm greetings were extended, and each one
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1911 Has a Memorable 40th
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH '11
As 1911'S Fortieth Reunion passes into history, it has left 180 people much the happier for its occurrence; 108 of these were present at Whitefield and were later joined by the rest in Hanover. This group was made up of 95 men,
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1920 Has "Best Ever" Reunion
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RICHARD M. PEARSON '20
No class ever had a better reunion. With the blessing of good weather (two days out of three), a convenient and comfortable location in the Ripley-Woodward-Smith dormitory block, efficient committee management, and spirits
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1921 Has A Lively 30th
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REGINALD B. MINER '21
RAIN failed to slow down our enthusiasm. All voted unanimously that the weekend was the most congenial, pleasant, friendly gathering that we have had. In planning for it the committee kept in mind the important features that
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1922 Holds Advanced 30th
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WILBUR W. BULLEN '22
ONE more reunion has passed into history but not out of the memory of those who were there. Judging from comments offered by many, this was the best reunion we have had. Certainly, it gets my vote as such. Anything I might say
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1926 Holds "Terrific 25th"
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PAUL VENNEMAN '26
THE 182nd year of the College ended in a blaze of glory the weekend of June 15, 16 and 17, with the graduation of the Class of 1951 and the "Terrific Twenty-Fifth Reunion of the Class of '26"—and, as has been predicted in these
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1941 Weathers Its Big 10th
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FRANK M. HALL '41
As I sit in Crosby Hall writing your class notes for the first time, our big Tenth Reunion is not yet over. It is early on a very hot Sunday afternoon and most of the members of your class are in a deactivated condition in the
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
"Reunions Are OK" Says 1945
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ROBERT L. ALLEN '45
A first reunion is like a first marriage—you can't know what it is like until you have tried it. Ours was a fine reunion. All of the 80 men, 50 wives, one date and two children seemed to have had a splendid time. We have tried
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1946 Reports a Good Time
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PHILIP A. STEDFAST '46
REUNION was a great success. Although we didn't win any prizes for attendance, we had a good turnout and everyone appeared to have a grand time. It was great to see the many old and new faces. Some were slightly heavier, a few
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Class Notes
Reports From the Reunion Glasses
1947's "Undampened" Reunion
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DR. JOHN C. TOWER '47
PHI BETE KEYS were crunching efficiently through cans of Schlitz, giving '47's fateful fourth reunion a beneficent benediction Friday, June 22, in the lee of Hitchcock Hall. Cadillacs tacked and luffed alongside one another on
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Milestones
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Class of 1926 Fellowships: David H. Neiditz '52, West Hartford, Conn.; Walton O. Schalick Jr. '52, Salem, N. J.
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4719181_19510701_000079.xml
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43
43
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[no value]
[no value]
A. B. GILE COMPANY INC.
A. B. GILE COMPANY INC.
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19510701_000080.xml
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45
45
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[no value]
[no value]
KINDERMANN
KINDERMANN
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[no value]
4719181_19510701_000081.xml
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45
45
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[no value]
[no value]
MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO INC
MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO INC
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19510701_000082.xml
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45
45
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MANCHESTER'S AT HANOVER
MANCHESTER'S AT HANOVER
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[no value]
4719181_19510701_000083.xml
article
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44,45,46,47,48
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[no value]
[no value]
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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]
4719181_19510701_000084.xml
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47
47
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[no value]
Preparatory School Directory
Preparatory School Directory
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[no value]
4719181_19510701_000085.xml
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48
48
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[no value]
[no value]
Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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[no value]
4719181_19510701_000086.xml