Issue: 19511001

Monday, October 1, 1951
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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DARTMOUTH PLATES
DARTMOUTH PLATES
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BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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Sea Island Georgia
Sea Island Georgia
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THE COCKTAIL VERMOUTH
THE COCKTAIL VERMOUTH
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This Month
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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THE HARVARD BAND
THE HARVARD BAND
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BELLOWS & COMPANY
BELLOWS & COMPANY
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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A Median Moral
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The Envelope
The Envelope
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CAMBRIDGE-BEACHES, BERMUDA
CAMBRIDGE-BEACHES, BERMUDA
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J. PRESS
J. PRESS
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
RAYMOND OF THE TIMES
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Arthur M. Wilson
Raymond of the Times — Selected Poems of Eberhart — Three Studies in Social Science
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
SELECTED POEMS
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F. Cudworth Flint
by Richard Eberhart,'26. Oxford University Press: New York,1951, 86 pp., $2.50.
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
A HISTORY OF AMERICAN ECONOMIC LIFE
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W. R. Waterman
by Edward C. Kirkland '16, Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York, 1951. pp. XIII,74O. $5.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
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Landon G. Rockwell '35
by Robert K. Carr '29, DonaldH. Morrison, Marver H. Bernstein, RichardC. Snyder. Published by Rinehart & Co.,Inc., 1951, 1094 pp. $5.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
PROBLEMS FACING AMERICAN DEMOCRACY
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Earl R. Sikes
by Horace Kidger '03. Ginn & Co.,New York, 1950. pp. viii, 758. $3.50.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
AMERICAN MILITARY GOVERNMENT IN KOREA
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John W. Masland
by E. Grant Meade '36. King'sCrown Press, 1951, pp. xii, 281, $3.75.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
RADIATION THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CANCER OF THE UTERINE CERVIX
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Leslie K. Sycamore, M.D., '25
by Simeon T. Cantril,M.D. '29. Charles C. Thomas, 200 pages.$5.00.
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
TABARD
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Kenneth A. Robinson
Published by The Tabard,Dartmouth College, 1951. 37 pp. $.60.
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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TWO ALUMNI FAVORITES
TWO ALUMNI FAVORITES
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Rogers Peet Company
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The New England Mutual
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INVERURIE
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THE PRUDENTIAL
THE PRUDENTIAL
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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C.E.W.
BY the time this issue is in alumni hands Dartmouth College will have launched No. 183 in its long and unbroken skein of academic years. October 1 is the official starting date, but the administrative wheels have been busily
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR GEORGE M. MORRIS '11, elected in Geneva to head a 16-nation committee created by the U. N. General Assembly to establish an international court for prosecuting violations of international conventions.
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The Moral Supports or Education
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C.E.W.
In the William Jewett Tucker Foundation the Trustees Provide a Focus and a New Emphasis on Dartmouth's Highest Purpose
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A. Statement by Bishop Dallas
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The following personal statementconcerning Dr. Tucker and the establishment of the William Jewett TuckerFoundation has been prepared for the ALUMNI MAGAZINE by the Rt. Rev.John T. Dallas, D.D. '22, retired Episcopal Bishop of New
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Dartmouth Night
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Dartmouth Night will be observed this year on Friday, October 19. In Hanover a giant outdoor rally in front of Dartmouth Hall will serve as the focus for gatherings of Dartmouth men all over the land. The college
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Hanover Browsing
On the Construction Front
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
I HAVE WORKED all summer writing a book, but have found time also to do some reading, and the best of it I want to pass on to you here. The notices will be brief as I have many books to mention.
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Churchill Prize
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THE William S. Churchill Freshman Prize, awarded annually at the end of the college year to an outstanding member of the first-year class, was presented this summer to Edward S. Horton '54 of Hanover. He is the son of Prof.
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IN MEMORIAM
Dr. Percy Bartlett '00m
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FREDERIC P. LORD '98
IN 1897 Percy Bartlett came to Hanover to stay for three years as a medical student, returning after four years of medical study and practice elsewhere to begin the remaining 47 years of his life as doctor, teacher and resident
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1951 Fund "Finest Ever"
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IN MY BOOK, the 1951 Alumni Fund results are the finest which have ever been achieved by any college or university." This was the characterization given by Charles J. Zimmerman '23, Fund chairman, to the 1951 campaign which saw
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Dr. Vernon Dies
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Another summer loss among the emeritus members of the Dartmouth faculty occurred in the sudden death of Dr. Ambrose White Vernon, Professor Emeritus of Biography, on August 23. Dr. Vernon, 80, resigned his active teaching
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The Faculty
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BECAUSE of illness which has kept him in bed all summer, Prof. Herluf V. Olsen '32 has tendered his resignation as Dean of the Tuck School of Business Administration. On advice of his physician, he is also taking a year's leave
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Article
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General Education
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Donald H. Morrison
THE IDEA AND PRACTICE OF GENERAL EDUCATION, University of Chicago Press. Contributors: Dr. Albert M. Hayes '30, Reuben Frodin '33, and Prof. James C. Babcock of Dartmouth.
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The Class Fund Year
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With a record-breaking gift of $126,000 from 1926 in June, the total Class Memorial Fund endowment now stands at $770,000.
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"How Did You Do It?"
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An answer to this question is attempted by the co-chairmen of 1926's Combined Fund, Albert E. M. Louer of Chicago and Robert M. Stopford of New York.
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Summary of Class Funds
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Class Chairman 1906 Norman Russell 1908 John H. Hinman 1910 Leland Powers 1911 John C. Sterling 1912 Henry B. Van Dyne 1913 Parker Trowbridge 1914 Martin J. Remsen 1915 Charles E. Griffith 1916 H. Clifford Bean
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College News in Brief
Staff Apointments
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The Appointments of three Dartmouth men to administrative posts with the College were announced during the summer. John H. Emerson '38, formerly on the faculty of St. George's School, has assumed the duties of Assistant to the
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College News in Brief
Dartmouth Plaque
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HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL has won the Dartmouth Plaque which goes annually to the school whose delegation of three or more men in the freshman class achieves the highest scholastic average for the year. The 3.693 posted by the three
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College News in Brief
Associate Librarian
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Harold Goddard Rugg '06, who has been connected with the Dartmouth College Library since graduation, was named Associate Librarian of the College at the June meeting of the Board of Trustees. He had been Assistant Librarian
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College News in Brief
Crusade for Freedom
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Under President Emeritus Hopkins as regional chairman for all of New England, Dartmouth men took a leading part in last month's Crusade for Freedom campaign in New Hampshire. Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College,
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College News in Brief
Gifts and Bequests Total $1,785,501
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Gifts and bequests to Dartmouth College during the fiscal year 1950-51 totaled $1,785,501, it was announced this summer by John F. Meek '33, Treasurer of the College. This grand total included $1,101,371 added to endowment,
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College News in Brief
Class of 1926 Fellows
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Two DARTMOUTH seniors, as recipients of Class of 1926 Fellowships, are working in Washington this semester as government interns. David H. Neiditz '52 of West Hartford, Conn., is in the office of Senator Brien McMahon of
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Cliff Jordan '45
This is a hard one to write. It's September 10 and the 75 candidates for the Big Green football team have been back for practice exactly four days. During that time they've had their physical exams, gone through a few drills,
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With Big Green Teams
The Backfield
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Cliff Jordan '45
The Big Green's main search for talent this fall will focus on quarterback where a replacement for the Indian's great ballhandler and passer, Johnny Clayton, is the No. 1 problem. Dick Brown, veteran halfback and Dartmouth's
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
The Line Situation
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Cliff Jordan '45
The Big Green line situation is another headache for the coaching staff. The end squad this fall is the weakest in many years, while the candidates for tackle and guard are considered only fair. One bright spot is at center
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With Big Green Teams
Soccer
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Cliff Jordan '45
Turning to other—though not necessarily greener—pastures, soccer coach Tommy Dent reports that he has seven lettermen returning for action this fall. These plus some reservists and a few top prospects from last season's frosh
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With Big Green Teams
Cross-Country
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Cliff Jordan '45
If the Indian cross-country runners don't place well up in the Heptagonal League this fall it will be no fault of Coach Ellie Noyes. Noyes has kept up a running correspondence this summer with his top men and by the time they
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With Big Green Teams
Leading Football Candidates by Positions
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Cliff Jordan '45
LE Myers—D Dey—D Cassel—N McLaughlin—S D. Thielscher—S
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With Big Green Teams
Fall Schedules
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Cliff Jordan '45
VARSITY FOOTBALL
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Football Broadcasts
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Cliff Jordan '45
Following are the radio stations, so far as known September 10, which will carry broadcasts of Dartmouth football games this fall: DARTMOUTH-PENNSYLVANIA, Oct. 6—WCAU (1210) Philadelphia; WKXL (1450) Concord, N. H.; WLNH (1340)
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News from Clubs Classes
The Great Divide
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HARRY LITZENBERGER '32
Due to the number of newcomers to Denver who attended our last luncheon it might be well to repeat that we meet at noon on the last Friday of each month at the Albany Hotel. The genial host of the Albany, JohnMcDonough '28, will, I
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New York City
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KENNETH C. QUENCER '23
Jim Field '45
The news in New York this fall is Mr.Harry Enders '29 and company.
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Baltimore
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LEONARD A. C. DUNN '27
The last meeting prior to vacations was held at the Blackstone, May 23, with the main object the election of officers for the next year. Results of the vote were: Baily Walten '43, President; Art Jacobsen '29, Vice-President;
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Worcester
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SAMUEL H. SNOW '40
Donald P. Cole '19
First annual award of a four-year Dartmouth scholarship was made by the Dartmouth College Alumni Club of Worcester (Mass.) County to Robert J. Bagdasarian of Worcester Academy at the annual meeting of the club at the Svea
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Northwest
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GEORGE D. MCCLINTOCK JR. '42
SAVE OCTOBER 19
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San Diego
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J. WILLIAM KNIBBS 3RD '34
Sixty-five alumni members of the eight Ivy League colleges met recently at the San Diego University Club to inaugurate a new Ivy League Association in San Diego County. The enthusiasm which radiated from the entire group has
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Detroit
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PHILIP G. MOON '42
The Dartmouth Club of Detroit held its first golf outing and stag party at Lockmoor Country Club on June 22. Seventeen "pseudo athletes" managed the 18 holes and were joined afterwards by a few of the lazier (or busier) club
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Springfield, Mass.
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WILLIAM A. LIESON '32
On the afternoon and evening of May 23 about 90 members and their "best girls" gathered at the country retreat of SandySanderson '21 in Monson to enjoy the second annual "Fun Raising" outing, and for the second time the rains
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Central New Jersey
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ARTHUR J. O'MARA '09
On June 19 at the Carteret Club in Trenton, N. J., the Central New Jersey Club held two meetings combined in one:—the annual meeting for the election and installation of officers, and the annual reception for the new freshmen.
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Goose Bay, Labrador
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The Dartmouth Club of Goose Bay, Labrador, comprising Sydney Ruggles 'OB and Walter Pendleton '11, is fulfilling its purpose in entertaining Dartmouth men passing through this Air Force outpost.
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Chicago
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ROBERT T. DRAKE '29
LUNCHEON EVERY MONDAY NOONUNIVERSITY CLUB
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D.O.G. of No. California
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WINSOR D. WILKINSON '10
The news notes of the D.O.C. of Northern California published in the November 1950 issue of the MAGAZINE appear to have anticipated by about eleven months the situation regarding our cabin at Donner Summit in the Sierra Nevada
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Philadelphia
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JOSEPH M. FLOUNDERS '47
This was another summer that saw the Philadelphia Club going strong, for all the heat and humidity we experienced! We started the season with another bang-up outing at Jim and Eleanor Tindie's Valley Forge Farm. Seventy-eight
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Los Angeles
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
Cap Palmer '23
1951's version of the Bisexual Party, a fitting topper for the Disney, Rancho, and Drunkard affairs of past years, was (A) an Hawaiian deal called a Wah-Hoo-Luau, and (B) an explosive success. Guys in Hawaiian shirts hanging
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Charles River
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RICHARD C. LITCHFIELD '22
The annual spring meeting and pow-wow for Dartmouth alumni in the Charles River region took place May 8 at the Wellesley Country Club. In spite of a number of conflicting engagements which kept a number of regulars away from
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The Plains
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ALFRED W. GORDON JR. '41
We have been meeting regularly all season, are planning a big function for Dartmouth Night, and arranged a send-off the second Friday in September for new Dartmouth students.
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Honolulu
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J. CLINE MANN '45
The Dartmouth Alumni Club of Hawaii may have been forgotten by many of our alumni because it has been some time since you've heard from us out here in the "Paradise of the Pacific." To refresh your memory, we have here about 37
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Vermont
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ALBERT C. BLISS '27
Sixty-two alumni and guests met at the Outing Club House on a wonderful warm summer afternoon for a delicious lobster feed in the evening, May 16. I will not comment further than to say that we enjoyed the warm sunshine and
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Three New Clubs
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Three new Dartmouth alumni clubs have been officially approved by the Dartmouth Alumni Council and are now in regular operation after the required trial period of at least a year. The new clubs are the Lexington (Ky.)
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Alumni Club Meetings
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All are weekly luncheons unless otherwise listed. Dinners are marked (D). ALBANY, Wednesday, Farnham's Restaurant ATLANTA, last Thursday, Davison-Paxon Dining Room BALTIMORE (D), third Wednesday, Blackstone Apts.
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Class Notes
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1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
Those who remember Frank Allard and the herculean efforts by which he worked his way through Dartmouth and later the medical course at Boston University will be interested to know that his grandson Frank Allard Brooks has been
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Class Notes
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1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
JAMES W. NEWTON
"To me June 16 was a day of blessed, happy memories," President Newton wrote classmates after reunion, expressing the feeling of all who participated in '86's 65th special reunion "in body/arid in spirit." "We were with you all
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Class Notes
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1887
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FRANK B. SANBORN
Dr. William T. Merrill died July 11, 1951, at Milton (Mass.) Hospital. An account of his life is being published in the In Memoriam section of this MAGAZINE. Our popular "Jigger" was in his 91st year. He and his wife lived and
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Class Notes
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1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
Wendell Williams and wife spent another summer at Osterville, Mass., where Wendell passed many pleasant hours enjoying his old sport, baseball, via television.
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Class Notes
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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 Moulton, Frost, Ferguson, Davis, Chase and Bartlett. Also in the class group were Mrs. Edwin B. Davis, Mrs. Harry M. Frost, Mrs. Burt H. Redfield
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Class Notes
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1890
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ALVIN H. BACON
The condolence of the class goes out to our classmate Prof. Emeritus John H. Gerould on the death of his brother James Thayer Gerould '95, librarian emeritus of Princeton, June 8, at his residence in Williamsburg, Va. His In
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Class Notes
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1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
Now that the 60th is but a memory—but such a pleasant one—the Secretary takes up the humdrum work of filling in a little space with what has happened since.
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Class Notes
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1892
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WILLIAM F. GEIGER
There has been little news of '92 to write about. The fine showing of the Class in connection with this year's Alumni Fund has already been mentioned, first on Percentage of Objective and fifth on Participation.
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Class Notes
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1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
Walter Brown and Byron Gustin have passed on. (See In Memoriam in this issue.) Col. Brown, whom we remember as an enthusiastic classmate during the two years he was with us, became eminently successful in the business world,
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1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Notable recent guests at the Hanover Inn: Mr. B. A. Smalley, Jamaica Plain, Mass., May 27 to May 30 and August 7 to August 14, 1951; Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Marden, Lowell, Mass., August 1 to August 21, 1951.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
PROF. CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Things and events have been happening since the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE but owing to the vacation period when the MAGAZINE does not contain class notes I am at a loss to know where to begin and where to leave off
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
To Isaac J. Cox goes the class "Oscar" for coming the longest distance to our reunion in June. Ike came by train from Evanston, Ill.
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Class Notes
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
Starting a new year brings us up against the problem of keeping in touch with all the fellows in our class, and I hope each one of you will tell me the truth about yourselves if it is worthy of printing, and lean on fiction if
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Class Notes
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1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
With the fine cooperation from the members of the class, Jack Spring was enabled to continue the high standing of the class in this year's Alumni Fund campaign. The class stood ninth in both the Participation Index of number of
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Class Notes
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1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
The informal '99 family gathering, started several years ago at The New Ocean House at Swampscott, Mass., was held this year the weekend of June 30. Attending were GeorgeClark, Joe Gannon, Doc and Mrs. Hawkes,Hobe and Mrs. Hoban, Art
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Class Notes
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1900
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LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
To keep the record complete, although the event is in the somewhat remote past, the June Round-Up of the class, held at the Follansbee Inn, North Sutton, N. H., on the week end of June 22-24, should be mentioned. This is, in
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
Bill Cheever was unable to make the Reunion in June, much to his regret as well as that of his classmates. He has been having serious trouble with his feet but is now coming along finely and otherwise, as he says, is in
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Class Notes
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1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS E. KENISTON
June 6 to June 8, 1952, are the big dates, the days of our last great reunion, our fiftieth. We want every member of the class to come. Fortunately the cost will be minimum and it would make a grand week to remain through the
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Nat and Ruth Batchelder announce the marriage of their daughter Alice to William H. Foster on August 4, 1951. They will make their home in North Amherst, Mass.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
From the Chicago Daily Tribune, June 14: —"President David B. Owen Of Bradley University has conferred an honorary doctor of laws degree upon Louis E. Leverone of Chicago at graduation ceremonies on the campus Tuesday. Mr.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
Under date of June 6, the Concord (N. H.) Monitor had an account at some length, the first paragraph of which is as follows:
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
PLAN NOW TO BE IN HANOVER INJUNE, 1952
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Class Notes
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1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
Homer Taft Sibley, whose death is noted in the In Memoriam columns of this issue, is described as one of the best-loved and most interesting figures in his community. Born in Newport, N. H., he lived there throughout his life.
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Class Notes
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1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Raymond Walker died on June 14 at Martha's Vineyard after a long illness following a major chest operation in January. Ray was a member of the class for two years and then attended the College for Physicians and Surgeons. He
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Back in the saddle again after a summer full of activity and some bull and now the call is out for alumni notes. They've got a new system this year made necessary "by space restrictions. A class, such as ours, which has between
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
EARLE H. PIERCE
A body blow for 1910! Hap Hinman, our great morale builder, has had to decide that bursitis in both shoulders calls for relief from the Secretary's duties. This means that if the grand work Hap has done is to show permanence, a
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
The Executive Committee of the Class has, according to its constitution, elected its officers who will serve until the next reunion in June, 1955, as follows: Austin C. Keough, President; Eugene R. Gardner, Vice President; RaymondR.
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Class Notes
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
Roy Deferrari was the speaker, and his daughter Mary Evelyn was the valedictorian at the commencement of Dumbarton College in June, with pictures of the "Family Team" appearing in the Washington Post.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINs
ROBERT O. CONANT
With the retirement from active supervision of Lebanon schools this last June, William J. English will have set at least two records in education in the state of New Hampshire. Bill is the oldest superintendent in years of
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Class Notes
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1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
You probably have many times experienced the next to the last day of vacation, as I am doing today. It is clear and cold, and as I look over my summer's collection of news and notes, the striking thing to me is that $13,961.08 with
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1915
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ARTHUR C. NICHOLS
RUSSELL J. RICE
Pull up the chair a little closer, put that glass where you can reach it handily and let's find out what has happened during the summer.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1916
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COMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
C. CARLTON COFFIN
Here we are starting a new year with the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, and to paraphrase another famed publication: "How can I sing the song of Dartmouth in the backyard of the University of Washington?" Answer: Only if 1916
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
We have a picture of Don and Francis Aidrich taken at their lovely summer home at Dennis, Cape Cod, and we hope there will be space to print it next month. Elsie and I spent the month of July at Martha's Vineyard and stopped
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
Christgau will always remember last Jan. when on the 16th he became a grandfather of a husky lad by the name of Derek Amos— "named for good old Amos Blandin whom I love," said Chris. The same month, Rose and Bill celebrated
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. BAND
MAX A. NORTON
The summer months were not as productive of news of the great class of 1919 as your sec. would have liked it, so let's get going this fall and give a little more with what you are
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
There could be much less congenial labors for this Labor Day morning than commencing one's second term of office as secretary of the Class of 1920. As represented by the Solid Seventy-three, who made our Thirtieth Reunion so
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
What a class! If you saw Rog Wilde's final report on the 1951 Alumni Fund in the July 25 Smoker, you realized what can be done by a grand group of men working as a team. We not only won our Fourth Green Derby but set some
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
You have heard the results of the 1951 Alumni Fund campaign and you know the part played by 1922. Stan Miner certainly bows out in a blaze of glory, a fitting climax to his six years of intelligent service to the class as its
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
It is a pleasure to resume the duties of your scribe for this, our fourth annual go at the job, with such a pleasant ringing in our ears. We refer, naturally, to the clamor of the College cash register, vibrating from the clink
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
Before these words appear in print, the Big Green Team will have been in action, College will be in session, and fall will definitely be in the air. In this "kick off" edition of the Alumni Notes, there can be no better way of
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
FORD H. WHELDEN
Dick Plummet transferred sophomore year to M.I.T. and has been out o£ New England ever since. He worked for Dupont in Wilmington, Del. for six years where he saw quite a bit of Bob Warren. Then he represented Dupont's
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
The class notes of this issue mark the premiere opening of your new officers in the field of journalism and their other functions in your behalf. For those who were not able to attend the reunion last June, and were denied the
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Here we go again for the twenty-fifth and final year of writing these columns. It has been a good summer, but we never saw one go so fast. You will be reading frequently in this column of our big twenty-fifth reunion coming up
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
GEORGE H. PASFIELD
Seven sons of '28ers are members of this year's freshman class, as against five last year. They are: Edward (Ronnie) Campion, of Hanover; John N. Connell, of Hanover, but for the past year a resident of Hiroshima, Japan, where
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
If by some sweet magic we were gathered together instead of reading these lines across thousands of separated miles—there'd be that Band Leader of ours parading his musicians across the campus to do honor to the Class and the
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
CLIFFORD W. MICHEL
Congratulations are certainly in order to Class Agent Dick Bowlen and his assistants for the superb record established by 1930 in the Alumni Fund campaign. Dick very modestly disclaims any credit at all for this class
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Here we go for another year. Since the last Class Notes in this column, a lot of letters, tidbits and chitchat have come to the attention of your old Scribe; but you aren't going to get all of it at once for two reasons; first,
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
CHARLES D. DOERR
I am writing this in Avalon, N. J., within easy barefoot walking distance of the beach, where I have acquired a respectable tan and constructed some noteworthy sand castles. One of the latter was a model of the U.S. Capitol, not
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
Lest the old tradishuns fail, here we are agin up against—in fact a little beyond—the deadline and good wife and Charlie Widmayer are screaming. Sounds exactly the same as it did last spring, an atonal kind of music very hard on
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. GILBERT
JAMES F. WENDELL
It seems only last weekend we had that meeting up in Hanover with all the rest of the class and club officers. All the notes were written for the year and it was very relaxing sitting there in the 1902 Room—that's the one where
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR.
JOHN WALLACE
SIDNEY A. DIAMOND
Hello, gang. Here we are back for another season. Hope you all enjoyed your vacations and are more in the mood for a winter of work than I am. The one happy note before me is the pile of letters, notes, etc., which always
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
ALBERT L. GIBNEY
The summer has twice brought us the sad word of the passing of grand guys and great friends. Most of us doubtless learned of LockyBarr's death through the August issue of Tithe and we regret to add the name of BobLake at this time. To
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
With profound regret we open our first report of the fall with news that will sadden all members of our class that may not already have heard—namely, the death by his own hand of Latta McCray this past August. Details will
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTIE
Comes the fall and the first issue of the MAG, and the secretary, like many other secretaries, is faced with the horrible realization that all the good resolutions of the spring about getting down to work in the summer on
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1939
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THOMAS T. BROOKS JR.
DON C. WHEATON JR.
Labor Day week-end in Connecticut is dark, cold and dismal. The kind of weather that forces even the most procrastinating of class secretaries to remain inside, buckle down with the summer's accumulation of news, and send
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
Here we go again! The summer lethargy is hard to shake off, even with this deadline upon me.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
After writing the Reunion notes, they gave me two months' rest. But now the fun begins with the regular deadlines coming up monthly. First deadline is tomorrow so this goes off now. I really don't know how I'll get through it,
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
The other night I'm walking out of the Hanover Inn dining room (advt.), still savoring Herr Zollikofer's fine food (advt.), and I see Al Dingwall sitting at a table. We have a big conversation. He says, "Hi, Jim," and I say,
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1943
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[no value]
[no value]
ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON E. PRIDDY
TWELVE YEARS LATER: Better face it, men. It's been 12 years since the class of 1943 assembled on Hanover plain. Germany had invaded Poland a few weeks earlier. At times it may have seemed like yesterday. A little more thorough
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
We might not be big spenders, but we sure are consistent. Like the St. Louis Browns. However, we were nosed out of the cellar spot in our particular Green Derby by the erstwhile forces of '43.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1945
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[no value]
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SAMUEL. E. CUTLER JR.
RODNEY A. WALSER
As this is my first column since taking over from Rex, I hope you'll bear with me until I get straightened out. Having never done anything like this before, I'm struggling along hopefully.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1946
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[no value]
[no value]
REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
Jack Novascone aids West Coast sleepers selling for the Simmons Co. in California. Marshmallow adapter near Bump Hadleyl Bruce Durkee, successful young enterpriser of Mower and Durkee's "Marshmallow Fluff," and wife Pat have
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
PAUL H. SPIERS JR.
It's great to have the warm summer months behind us and to be looking forward to the football season once more.
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1948
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M. ROBERT HERRICK
ROBERT L. MERRIAM
ALAN H. MCALLISTER
Shoes off, cigarette smoke gently wafting into my eyes no matter where I place the ash tray, and into another October's column we plunge. Marking the beginning of a new publishing year, we really ought to take stock of the
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New from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
LT. DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
Here I go into my third year at this game, and let's all hope I've benefited by experience and mistakes so that I'll do a better job for you this next year. I can only ask that you bear with me through my efforts and say, "Well
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New from the Classes
1950
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ENS. SCOTT C. OLIN, USN
SIMON J. MORAND III
It seems incongruous, to say the least, to be writing the October report aboard a Navy transport halfway across the Pacific in the middle of August, but perhaps the news won't reveal the unusual locale. As always, the list of
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Class Notes
New from the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
It is hard to believe that the inevitable flight of time has rushed us through another summer, and four months further from our final days of campus life. However, our Dartmouth life and spirit are young, and with care and
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Health Planner
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Dr. Ernest L. Stebbins '26, head of the department of public health and administration at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, was co-chairman of a team of seven American doctors and public health authorities
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John Clark Memorial
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Many have felt that some kind of memorial project should be undertaken for John Clark '32. As a result of wide discussion, a group of John's intimates —Ping Ferry '32 and Chuck Owsley '32, Chuck O'Neill '31, Charley Moore '25,
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Herald-Trib Editor
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JOHN G. MEARNS '39, editor of the NewYork Herald Tribune News Service, is now filling the spot of Sunday news editor for that paper, while the regular Sunday editor is on leave as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard this year. Mearns
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Article
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Wins Harmon Trophy
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Col. David C. Schilling '39 who was awarded the 1951 Harmon International Aviation Trophy for being the world's outstanding aviator for 1950, enhances, with this new honor, a record that is one of the best in the Air
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One-Finder Melody Is "Pops" Hit
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It was Dartmouth Night geared to one Dartmouth man—Robert Grant Jr. '46— when Arthur Fiedler conducted the Boston Pops Orchestra, introducing Grant's composition Evening Prayer last May. An audience of 2500 rose to cheer the
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GULF
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Associated School News
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Karl Hill
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Obituary
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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Recent Articles
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Official Illustrated Guide to Cleveland Zoological Park, written and edited by Omar Ranney '28, has been published as a brochure of 95 pages by Max M. Axelrod.
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Faculty Publications
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ADAM MICKIEWICZ: Poet of Poland, a symposium, edited by Manfred Kridl, published by the Columbia University Press, in its Slavic Study Series, has just been issued. This volume relating to Poland's greatest poet consists of 292
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Preparatory School Directory
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Alumni Register
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