Issue: 19511101

Thursday, November 1, 1951
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THE HANOVER INN
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JAMES CAMPION
JAMES CAMPION
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Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Pioneer Schoolmaster
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Table of Contents
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WITHOUT really planning it that way, the November issue has developed into a sort of "Mountains and Ocean Issue." Our lead article, To the Top of McKinley (Page 15), describes the first ascent of Mt. McKinley ever made up the
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Masthead
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This Month
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Brands, Inc.
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THE CLOISTER
THE CLOISTER
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT, A CRITICAL BIOGRAPHY
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Donald Bartlett '24
A Biography of Mary W ollstonecraft "The Jeffersonians" "Spindrift," a Book of Poems
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE JEFFERSONIANS, A STUDY IN ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
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W. R. Waterman
1801-1829 byLeonard D. White, '14. Macmillan, 1951,pp. XIV, 572, $6.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
SPINDRIFT
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Herbert F. West '22
by Eugene W. Fuller 'it, Seymour: Chicago, 1951, 43 pp., $2.00.
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BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
UNIVERSAL CONSCRIPTION FOR ESSENTIAL SERVICE
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Virginia L. Close
by Herbert Marx Jr. '43,Ed. The H. W. Wilson Company, 1951, 178pages, 1.75.
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BILL DEWEY, QUECHEE, VERMONT
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WILLIAM YOUNG, REALTOR
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DARTMOUTH PLAYING CARDS
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The Royal Park Inn
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Rogers Peet Company
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Slip of Paper
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It's surprising how much can be written on a little
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BELLOWS & COMPANY
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
is George F. Kennan's American Diplomacy, 1900-1950 (University of Chicago Press) has been widely commented on and reviewed, I shall only say here that I hope you will read it. Kennan is unquestionably one of the most astute of
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Recent Articles
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George L. Phillips '31 is the author of Climbing Boys of Scotland, reprinted from the September number of The Scots Magazine.
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Coburn's The College Jeweler
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The PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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John Hurd '21
THE KOREAN WAR continues, and so does Dartmouth College. It is under full steam. Three thousand men respond to a thousand stimuli to brawn and brain. They do not come from the autumn alone, although old-timers say that they
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THE COLLEGE
A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR HAROLD P. JACKSON '10, elected President of the International Association of Casualty and Surety Underwriters.
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Lloyd D. Brace '25 and Thomas B. Curtis '32 Are New Trustees
Lloyd D. Brace '25 and Thomas B. Curtis '32 Are New Trustees
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Two new Alumni Trustees of the College were elected at the annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees on October 19. Lloyd D. Brace '35, president of the First National Bank of Boston, was chosen to fill the
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Lecture Series
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THE first three speakers who will visit Dartmouth in the 1951-53 lecture series are Prof. I. A. Richards of Harvard, whose November i talk is on the interpretation of poetry; Prof. Jerome G. ICerwin of the University of Chicago,
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To the Top of McKinley
To the Top of McKinley
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JERRY MORE 52.
WONDER LAKE lies 170 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska. There, on June 20, 1951, I had just finished a letter home:
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112 Sons of Dartmouth Men in Freshman Class
112 Sons of Dartmouth Men in Freshman Class
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Among the 754 freshmen who matriculated in the Class of 1955 this fall are 11a sons of Dartmouth men, a drop of two from the 114 who entered last year in a class of 713. The largest group of alumni fathers is in the Class of 1925, which had
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A Free Man Is Answerable
A Free Man Is Answerable
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President Dickey
GENTLEMEN OF THE COLLEGE: This ceremony of convocation opens the 183rd year of Dartmouth's service to human society as an American institution of higher learning. We mark this moment of gathering together in order that we
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Oldest Graduate
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Although he reached 95 years on his last birthday, April 22, 1951, William R. Tillotson '77, Dartmouth's oldest living graduate, carries out a daily routine which might be that of a man 40 years younger. As an officer of
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D.O.C. Dining Change
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THE Dartmouth Outing Club House dining room has been closed for the late fall, winter and- early spring months of the current academic year.: It will reopen about May i, according to John F. Meek '33, College treasurer, and
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IN MEMORIAM
Ambrose White Vernon
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DONALD BARTLETT '24
ON a cold day in 1904 President Tucker and his young assistant, Ernest Hopkins, were conversing as they walked along a Hanover path. They were discussing the installation ceremonies of Ambrose White Vernon as pastor of the
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The D.O.C. Goes to Sea
The D.O.C. Goes to Sea
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A N entirely new slant on outdoor life and a new appreciation of the stability of forest trails—was acquired by a group of Dartmouth Outing Club members when they put to sea, just before the opening of College, as a two-day
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Conrad S. Carstens '52
As Dartmouth students slowly drifted back into Hanover this fall before - the opening of college to watch the initial football game of the season with Fordham, the big question of draft deferment seemed to have slipped from
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Pi Lams First
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Pi Lambda Phi last month won the plaque for combined achievement in the 1950-51 Interfraternity Competition. The awards were made October 9 by Arthur H. Kiendl Jr. '44, Assistant to the Dean, who is in charge of fraternity
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More Bone and Sinew For a Growing College
More Bone and Sinew For a Growing College
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NICHOL M. SANDOE '19
"...and that the said Corporation .. .shall be able and in law capable . . . to haveaccept and receive any rents profits annuities gifts legacies donations or bequestsof any kind whatsoever..."
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Forest Management Center Dedicated at College Grant
Forest Management Center Dedicated at College Grant
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AT dedication ceremonies held on the Dartmouth College Grant, September 23, a long-needed management center for forestry activities was formally accepted by President Dickey. Presented by Randolph Pack, president of the Charles,
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Academic Delegates
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '28, Dean of Thayer School, was Dartmouth's representative at the inauguration ceremonies for President Jess Harrison Davis at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J., on October 13. Others attending
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Great Issues Speakers
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THE fifth year of Dartmouth's Great Issues Course was opened October 1 with a lecture by Edward A. Weeks, editor of the Atlantic Monthly, who spoke on "The Context of Our Times." Other speakers during the month were President
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Fellowships for Eleven
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FELLOWSHIP awards for graduate study in 1951-53 have been made to eleven Dartmouth men as follows:
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With Big Green Teams
Fordham 14, Dartmouth 6
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Dartmouth opened the season on Memorial Field by losing to an air-minded Fordham aggregation by the score of 14-6, in the first gridiron meeting in history between the two institutions. A crowd of some 11,000 spectators
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With Big Green Teams
Pennsylvania 39, Dartmouth 14
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Francis E. Merrill '26
The next Saturday, Dartmouth took its annual trip to Franklin Field and absorbed its annual beating at the hands of a Pennsylvania team which, although far from its pristine glory, still seemed strong enough to handle the Green
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With Big Green Teams
Syracuse Upset
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On the Saturday following its Army victory the Big Green eleven upset Syracuse, 14 to 0, in Hanover. Dick Jennison, sophomore fullback from Dover, N. H., scored both touchdowns, the first on a one-yard plunge in the third
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With Big Green Teams
Dartmouth 28, Army 14
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Dartmouth came to life against the depleted Army forces in Michie Stadium and pounded out a decisive 28-14 victory for their first win of the season. Capitalizing upon successive fumbles by Coach Earl Blaik's untried
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With Big Green Teams
New Baseball Coach
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Bob Shawkey, former pitching ace
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With Big Green Teams
Soccer
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In commenting upon the narrow defeat of his team by Army, Coach Tommy Dent remarked that the latter were a good, fast team and "it was no dishonor to lose to them." The score of this game was Army 2, Dartmouth I and the boys
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With Big Green Teams
Cross Country
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Francis E. Merrill '26
After handily polishing off the Fordham Rams in their initial encounter of the season, Coach Ellie Noyes' charges ran into trouble in Van Cortlandt Park, to finish third in a quadrangular meet with Pittsburgh, Yale, and
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With Big Green Teams
Art Thibodeau Stricken
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Arthur F. "Art" Thibodeau, supervisor of equipment for the DCAC for 26 years, suffered a heart attack September 27, two days before the opening game with Fordham. He was taken to the Mary Hitchcock Hospital, where he has been
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With Big Green Teams
November Schedule
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FOOTBALL Nov. 3 Yale at New Haven 10 Columbia at New York 17 Cornell at Hanover 24 Princeton at Princeton J. V. FOOTBALL Nov. 3 Yale at New Haven 16 Army at West Point FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Nov. 3 Yale at New Haven
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy is the author of Der A tern des Geistes published by Verlag der Frankfurter Hefte. Frankfurt am Main.
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Classes
Detroit
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PHILIP G. MOON '42
Nine members of the Class of '55, 5 fathers and 24 alumni turned out at the Olde Wayne Club in downtown Detroit for the annual send-ofE luncheon given the new men before they left for Hanover. This year's meeting was held on
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News From Clubs & Classes
Stamford
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JOSIAH B. CHANDLER '30
Accepting the challenge of answers from a recent club questionnaire which indicated a "must" for more family affairs and a "yen" for boating, this September's outing was planned to please everybody. In spite of cloudy skies and
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News From Clubs & Classes
Southern Florida
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CHARLES T. GARNSEY '20
Well, the summer is over—during which time it was decided to skip two luncheons, one for July which came on the Glorious Fourth, and the September meeting which was called off due to the fact that a picnic for the sub-freshmen
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News From Clubs & Classes
Long Island
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ALBERT C. FISHER '29
The Long Island Association kicked ofl for the fall season with a very successful dinner and reception for members of the incoming freshman class at the Hempstead Country Club on September 12. Twenty-three members of the Class
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News From Clubs & Classes
Providence
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
Close to 50 club members and their wives enjoyed the third annual outing at the Gloucester Country Club on June 21. Golf, swimming, lawn bowling, together with the usual free beer, helped to make the outing a big success.
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News From Clubs & Classes
Northern California
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BASIL L. WINSLOW '20
Jim Adams '43
As this is being written notices are being sent out for our association dinner meeting for Dartmouth Night; the date—October 19; the place—the University Club. The dinner will commence at 6:30; however, President Dave Smith '35
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News From Clubs & Classes
Chicago
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ROBERT T. DRAKE '29
LUNCHEON EVERY MONDAY NOONUNIVERSITY CLUB
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News From Clubs & Classes
Hartford
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BERNARD S. GOODRICH '28
Several meetings of the officers of the Dartmouth Club of Hartford have been held with the object of planning a program which will appeal to all alumni in the area. However, an extra effort will be made this year to have
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News From Clubs & Classes
Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
Cap Palmer '23
As nice a group of young men as you'd ever hope to see turned up at the Chapman Park Hotel late in August for the annual undergraduate luncheon. The 20 young men, from sophisticated seniors to tremulous subfreshmen, scattered
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News From Clubs & Classes
Northern New Jersey
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HERBERT C. ENGLERT '42
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Northern New Jersey ended its 1950-51 season with a very successful family picnic at Bill Blanchard's country home. A particularly large group of children attended the affair this year,
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News From Clubs & Classes
Philadelphia
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JOSEPH M. FLOUNDERS '47
The annual luncheon for entering fresh- men and their fathers held at the University Club on September 18 brought out 77 men, about evenly divided between freshmen, freshman dads and local alumni. Vic Smith 'l7, our
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News From Clubs & Classes
Western New York
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JOHN L. COWAN '40
The College reports the following western New Yorkers in the Class of 1955: William E. Bassett, John H. Cogswell, Herbert F. Darling, Timothy W. Ellis, Chester O. Gale, Jr., Harry P. Guenther, Sterling C. Klinck, James L.
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News From Clubs & Classes
New York City
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KENNETH C. QUENCER '23
Jim Field '45
GOOD NEWS, NO DUES
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Club Calendar
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All are weekly luncheons unless otherwise listed. Dinners are marked (D). ALBANY, Wednesday, Farnham's Restaurant ATLANTA, last Thursday, DavisonPaxon Dining Room BALTIMORE (D), third Wednesday, Blackstone Apts. BOSTON,
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D. C. School Award
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An annual award for scholastic excellence
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News From the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
JAMES W. NEWTON
We are pleased to learn that Billie Newton has been asked to be Bequest Chairman for '86 and a member of the Dartmouth Bequest Committee, a tribute to his fine record in the past in securing funds for the College. While Billie
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News From the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
September brought birthdays to three of our members, to Bard and Chase on the 24th, their 86th and 84th respectively; to Moulton on the 29th, his 88th.
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News From the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
Another trip by the Secretary and wife found us in a delightful weekend with Mrs. Sq. Little at her ancestral home in Moores Corners, Leverett, Mass.. .. An interesting home, dating back many years, but with the modern
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News From the Classes
1892
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WILLIAM F. GEIGER
Dr. William R. P. Emerson, who died September 6, was a distinguished authority in the field of nutrition and physical fitness. Besides his many other connections in his chosen field he had at one time been consultant at
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News From the Classes
1894
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CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
This Class Secretary was so occupied last week in sending out a call for our annual Fall Round-Up that these notes escaped him. They will now get in by "the skin of their teeth," if at all.
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News From the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Some of the Class., I assume, have received from "Sliver" Rice a proposed plan to reorganize the Class so as to assure immediate succession of Class officers in case any one, or more, of the group should become incapacitated
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News From the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
The Alumni Council advises that the College has received, from the estate of Carl H.Richardson, a bequest of $2500, which will be known as the Carl H. Richardson Scholarship Fund.
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News From the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
I asked myself at the first of the college year an important question: What can a class secretary do to help the College? This is a serious question and I want to make myself answer in a limited w,ay. What can anyone do to any far
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1898
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY D. CROWLEY
The Western Association of State Highway Officials has established an award to be known as the Dr. L. I. Hewes Award and will consist of SSOO cash and an appropriate plaque. It is to be given annually to a highway engineer in
4719181_19511101_000079.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1899
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Since he began playing golf not very long after graduating from diapers, it has been the crowning ambition of Tim Lynch to make a hole in one. On September a, in a match at the Cotuit (Mass.) Highground Country Club, his dream
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1900
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[no value]
[no value]
LEON B. RICHARDSON
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Occasional visitors to Hanover during the summer who called upon the secretary are to be noted as follows. Len Tuttle was at the Follansbee Inn as usual and the secretary had a number of meals with him either at North Sutton or
4719181_19511101_000081.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1901
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
Bob Leavens has returned to his home in California after a summer spent in Hanover, where he was working on his book about Dr. Tucker. He reports very good progress towards its completion. One book is about Dr. Tucker's
4719181_19511101_000082.xml
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42,43
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1902
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
JUDGE DAVIS B. KENISTON
Arba Irvin writes me that he is still with Cresmer and Woodward in Chicago. He thinks he might possibly consider resigning next June, when he plans to be with us in Hanover. Arba's last two years have been saddened by the loss
4719181_19511101_000083.xml
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43
43
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1903
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Forrest Hall has joined the ranks of retired schoolmasters after teaching 31 and a half years in the State of New Hampshire, 29 of them in Keene High School. He was head of the Mechanics Arts department for 20 years. As
4719181_19511101_000084.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1904
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
Thaumaturge Lampee said, "This is the largest amount ever given by 1904"—102 contributions— $4857—an individual average of $47.60. Then a bonus, untaxable: two long letters telling of the State of the 1904 Nation. Here was
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44
44
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1905
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
The class will be interested and pleased to learn that Fred Chase has accepted the posi- tion of Class Chairman of Bequests. Fred had to make his acceptance conditional on his be- ing allowed a few weeks' delay before starting
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1906
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
See you in Hanover next June
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1907
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[no value]
[no value]
H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
PLAN NOW FOR '07' 45TH
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45
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1908
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
String Hale and his wife are scheduled to leave New Hampshire in October on an 18 months' trip around the world, going first to the West Coast, thence to Japan, Indonesia and India.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1909
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[no value]
[no value]
JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
If all goes well, I'll be hopping into my Hot Rod next Wednesday and heading for New Jersey to tie on a few feed bags with my sister Mildred, then on to the son's place to see him, his personable little woman and, of course,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1910
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[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
EARLE H. PIERCE
"Time marches on and takes its toll every year now," writes General Grant from Manchester, N. H., "and we are thankful for our own good health at this time." The truth of this is emphasized by the record since your new scribe
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
The first request the secretary makes is a repetition o£ that announcement at reunion; namely, that he would greatly appreciate any snapshots of classmates at reunion either in Whitefield or in Hanover, as well as any other
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1912
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
FORTIETH REUNION—It is barely possible that some of you may have forgottenalthough that would be hard to believe—that come June 13, 14 and 15, 1952, the Class of 1912 will be attending its 40th Reunion at Hanover. Mark these
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1913
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Bill Towler traveled west this summer and in Los Angeles found Ray Bennett in good health. He has a son entering Dartmouth this fall. Later we shall include a list of all the sons of the class in College this year.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1914
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
A letter from John Field now living at 140 West Main Street, Oak Harbor, 0., sounds cheerful and happy. They have found a delightful place, "Near enough to Toledo so that I can be at home nights, for the first time in nearly
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1915
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[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR C. NICHOLS
RUSSELL J. RICE
The following vignette was printed in the Springfield Union:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
COMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
C. CARLTON COFFIN
Writing these lines late in September, knowing you will not read them for a month, I cogitate over the fact that it seems as if I am always announcing my entrance to or departure from some hospital or other, this time the Naval
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1917
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[no value]
[no value]
KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
Karl Thielscher's son, Karl, you will note, is playing on the Dartmouth Varsity.
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51,52,53
Class Notes
News From the Classes
1918
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
Doris and Bill Kurtz (W. F. Kurtz & Cos., Cleveland, investments,—buys $20 million worth of Gov'ts at a clip) were in Hanover just a week before the big '18 party—Alice and Louis Huntoon also, depositing son Schuyler '55. Too
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1919
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
Recent visitors to the Hanover Inn were the Jock Murrays from Winchester, Mass.,. Bill and Doris Cunningham, the Maurice-Hall.s, Dick and Spike Dudensing, the New-man Sleepers from Providence, Jim and MaryDavis of Weston, Mass., the John
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1920
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
Just in case the facts are not made amply clear in the other pages of this issue, let it be stated here that the mornings of September 29 and 30 dawned clear and crisp in the Hanover-Woodstock region. As 1920's Executive
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
REGINALD B. MINER
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Hear Ye! and duly note! The locus of the big 1921 fall cocktail party and luncheon before the Cornell game on November 17 is the Ski Hut adjoining the Inn, not the D.O.C. House. Time is 11 a.m. Write, wire or 'phone Prof.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
WILBUR W.BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
At the business meeting of the class last June the necessary action was taken to activate a program embracing gifts to the Baker Library of books in memory of deceased classmates. Herb West has agreed to serve as chairman of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1923
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[no value]
[no value]
TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
The last week in September was the occa- sion for Twenty-Three gatherings at various points of the compass, in celebration of that day 32 years ago when we all officially hooked up with Dartmouth College—September 23, 1919. The
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1924
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[no value]
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
Last fall we announced the 1924 Memorial Book plan, designed to purchase a valuable book for the Baker Library in memory of each of our deceased classmates. At that time we asked for contributions from the class, and the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1925
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[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH B. HILL
FORD H. WHELDEN
Our Class Executive Committee plans to hold its annual fall meeting the night before the Cornell game in Crosby Hall. Members are Jack Davis, Chairman, Curt Abel, Ford Barrett, Gene Callis, Buck Jones, Don Lyman,Ken Montgomery, Bob
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1926
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[no value]
[no value]
HERBERT H. HARWOOD
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
As the football season drew to a close 26 years ago, you were all aware that our classmates had become the scourge of the country's football fields. In fact their contribution had much to do with the naming of Dartmouth as
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
We hope during last month you salted away a few bucks in an old sock towards that twenty-fifth reunion next June. By this time you have no doubt heard, via the Speakeasy from Gus Cummings that our class will this year combine
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
GEORGE H. PASFIELD
Myles Lane was sworn in September 17 as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, one of the most important jobs in the whole field of federal prosecution.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. GUNTHER
It was on January 31, 1930, that James Ellsworth Cavanagh Jr. was born—and '29 had its Class Baby. Now, some 21 years later, we receive the announcement of his wedding —and we suddenly realize what Ellie andMarge have been learning,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
CLIFFORD W. MICHEL
From the looks of the news file for this month, September must have been the time when Thirtymen were returning reluctantly from vacation and settling down to the usual chores of the fall and winter but with no special activity
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
Okay... '3l didn't finish first in the Alumni Fund ratings, but Bill Benger gets a family-size salaam from this department for the tremendous job he did. And some kingsize kudos for all his lieutenants who did the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
CHARLES D. DOERR
The weather is news in Washington as X write this in the first week of October. The temperature is over 90 for the second day in a row, a fact which does not remind me that the football season is on and this column will appear
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
In telling you last month about the brethren who have found the way to Hanover recently we missed at least one substantial fellow, none other than Gus Babson. Jack Manchester put us right on that one over a cup of coffee on Main
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1934
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[no value]
JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. GILBERT
JAMES F. WENDELL
For the expatriate, the meek and the down- trodden, may we render a short report on how things look in Hanover, before getting down to the main business of the day? We went up to the Fordham game with one of the original blocks
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR.
JOHN WALLACE
SIDNEY A. DIAMOND
Let's start in this month with the news we couldn't print to fit in the last installment. Some of it is probably covered with mildew, what with the summer hiatus and a month's deadline for the MAGAZINE. Nevertheless, we hope
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
ALBERT L. CIBNEY
Well, guys, cider is back on the stands, Bill Veeck's midget is safely back in the woodwork and we've got a fresh case of Halloween on our hands. Let's have a look around and see where the little goblins took our fence this
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1937
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
We would like to take the liberty of quotinga letter received from Latta McCray's motherwhich gives additional information and whichis a response to the note of sympathy forwarded to her on behalf of the class.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1938
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[no value]
JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTIE
Un-Benchley-like, Bill McMurtrie, the moneybags of Indianapolis, has authorized the preparation of a Class Directory in anticipation of the Fifteenth Reunion a year from now. Difficult as it is to pry either money or letters
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1939
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[no value]
THOMAS T. BROOKS JR.
DON C. WHEATON JR.
Earlier this- year we mentioned that BuckEwing was on Formosa in a military advisory capacity. During the summer a letter was received from Buck, and for one settled in a fairly routine pattern of living here in the States, I found
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1940
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[no value]
ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
Perhaps I should apologize in advance for what this column may lack, since I'm not quite sure whether there is enough material in the notes folder to make up much of a column. Trying to get my thoughts in order and compose this
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1941
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
In the words of an old sports scribe, this has been Black October. First of all the dwindling lead of the Beloved Bums that I mentioned in last month's notes disappeared into thin air and Bobby Thomson's bat broke a lot of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1942
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[no value]
TAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
This time the bag has reached a new low. An intensive check of my revolving files (any sort of check of my files is bound to be "intensive") reveals that I have not received (a) any letters or even post cards from classmates;
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1943
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[no value]
[no value]
ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
NEWSMONTH The Magazine of '43 Significance
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
KINGMAN PRATT
Perhaps most of you caught the saga of Bob and Ginger Colwell in the October 1 issue o£ Life, entitled "Baby Comes Home." Wonderful pictures of the whole family... especially of the hero, Wee Willie. The article, sub-headed
4719181_19511101_000125.xml
article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
RODNEY A. WALSER
By the time this issue reaches you, Dartmouth's football team will just about have finished its season. Pre-season forecasts were not overly optimistic, and by now we'll know whether or not they were accurate. But, win or lose,
4719181_19511101_000126.xml
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
This issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE comes to you free, no strings. Now to the dollar news. Our class has set annual dues which will cover a year's subscription to this MAGAZINE at $4.00. Our worthy Treasurer has done some very
4719181_19511101_000127.xml
article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
EDWARD P. SCULLY
Right in the middle of the football season, aren't we? The seasons seem to change faster and faster.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1948
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[no value]
M. ROBERT HERRICK
ROBERT L. MERRIAM
ALAN MCALLISTER
Since today is one of the hottest ever registered in this area for the month of October, your damp correspondent finds it rather difficult to project just one month hence when the cold winds will probably be blowing with great
4719181_19511101_000129.xml
article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1949
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[no value]
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
LT. DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
Skipped up to Hanover last* Saturday to see the opening Green game with a strong Fordham team, and, despite the score, I wasn't disappointed by a rather strong showing by our obviously inexperienced team. We made mistakes of
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article
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1950
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[no value]
[no value]
ENS. SCOTT C. OLIN, USN
SIMON J. MORAND III
It is wonderful to be able to report a long list of weddings and engagements that arrived the other day along with a dozen or so communiques from various quarters. Looks like we'll have plenty of news for this month at least.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
Dear 'sier, Many letters have arrived since our last visit, so gather together all your green and white accoutrements, settle down in your overstuffed chair by the fire, and try your best not to fall asleep.
4719181_19511101_000132.xml
article
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Article
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Reform Leader
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[no value]
[no value]
Ellsworth B. Buck '14, three times a member of Congress from the 16th District of New York, has accepted the chairmanship of the Richmond County Republican Committee upon urging from Republican voters of Staten Island.
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article
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Article
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Enters Friary
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Giving up the life of an industrialist to enter the Capuchin Franciscan Order of the Roman Catholic Church, the Rev. Joseph T. Adams (Thomas A. Adams '25) was ordained to the priesthood on September 8 at St. Clement's
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article
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Article
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U. S. Attorney
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MYLES J. LANF, '28 was sworn as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York on September 17, succeeding Irving Saypol who resigned upon nomination to the State Su- preme Court. It is expected that Presi-
4719181_19511101_000135.xml
article
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Article
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U.s. Expert on Treaties
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
As one of the world's leading experts for one of the most complicated and responsible operations of the State Departmentthe preparation and interpretation of treaties—John W. Foley Jr. '37 took an essential part in the smooth
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advertisement
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Display Ads
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Men's Furnishings, Hats & Shoes
Men's Furnishings, Hats & Shoes
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article
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Article
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Give It Back
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In what are beginning to be known as the good old days of football, a coach frequently left his place on the bench to join in the game as a substitute for an injured or absent player. Robert F. MacLeod '39, former AllAmerican
4719181_19511101_000138.xml
advertisement
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Small Ads
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Beaulieu Vineyard
Beaulieu Vineyard
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ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
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Long Playing RECORDS
Long Playing RECORDS
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JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
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VALLEY FORGE FARMS
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NORWICH INN
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C. C. HILLS Realtor
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Clark of Gilly
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G. W. Rand & Son
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4719181_19511101_000147.xml
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MOHAWR ENGRAVING CO., INC.
MOHAWR ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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4719181_19511101_000148.xml
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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4719181_19511101_000149.xml
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Article
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Air Force Opportunities
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The United States Air Force is interested in offering direct appointments in the Air Force Reserve to individuals qualified in technical specialties, such as those persons having degrees in Business Administration, Engineering,
4719181_19511101_000150.xml
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VOX CIAMANTIS IN DESERTO
VOX CIAMANTIS IN DESERTO
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4719181_19511101_000151.xml
article
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Article
Associated School News
Tuck School
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Albert W. Frey T'21
THE School got under way on October I with a total .enrollment of 173, made up as follows: First-year Tuck 106 First-year Tuck-Thayer 7 Second-year Tuck 48 Second-year Tuck-Thayer 12
4719181_19511101_000152.xml
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Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
THE opening of College on October 1 found the Thayer School with the lowest enrollment since the war. This predicament is shared with all the engineering schools in the country, but our prospects for the future appear to be more
4719181_19511101_000153.xml
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Dartmouth Club of New York
Dartmouth Club of New York
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4719181_19511101_000154.xml
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within, the past month. Full notices may appear vn this issue or may appear in a later number]
4719181_19511101_000155.xml
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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4719181_19511101_000156.xml
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GULF NO-NOX
GULF NO-NOX
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4719181_19511101_000157.xml
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Can You Help?
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Any alumnus knowing of the whereabouts of Walter L. Scott '29 is requested to notify the Alumni Records Office. A number of Dartmouth men who have found his checks worthless are anxious to get in touch with him.
4719181_19511101_000158.xml
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Preparatory School Directory
Preparatory School Directory
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4719181_19511101_000159.xml
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MANCHESTER'S AT HANOVER
MANCHESTER'S AT HANOVER
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4719181_19511101_000160.xml
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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4719181_19511101_000161.xml
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UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
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4719181_19511101_000162.xml
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DARTMOUTH JR.
DARTMOUTH JR.
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4719181_19511101_000163.xml