Issue: 19520501

Thursday, May 1, 1952
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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I am Industry-1952
I am Industry-1952
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Those Who Know Prefes Tribuno
Those Who Know Prefes Tribuno
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Belmont Manor
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NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
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Table of Contents
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THE major contents of this issue have been contributed by undergraduates, in keeping with the MAGAZINE'S tradition of publishing an Undergraduate Issue each spring.
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Masthead
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This Month
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Lakes and Rivers of Quebec.
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Beaulieu Vineyard
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The Lookout-Ogunquit Club
The Lookout-Ogunquit Club
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NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
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YOUR DARTMOUTH HOST IN NEW YORK
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BROWN, HARRIS, STEVENS, INC.
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For Sale
For Sale
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Calling All Gliders
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE VERMOUTHS
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Coburn's
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Books
Books
EARLY AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE
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Mark L. Peisch '44
byHugh Morrison '26. Oxford UniversityPress; 1952; 634 pages; $12.50.
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Books
Books
GAMBLING IN AMERICA
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Virginia Close
Vol, 23, No. 6,The Reference Shelf, Edited by Herbert L.Marx Jr. 43. H. W. Wilson; 222 pp.; $1.75.
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Books
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PLATICAS Y TEMAS SOBRE LA AMERICA ESP AN OLA
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R. A. Casas
by Profs. Foster E. Guyer '06and Francisco Ugarte. D. C. Heath Co.;1952; 298 pp.; $2.60.
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Books
Books
SKIING
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John Hurd '21
by Walter Prager. A. S. Barnes andCompany; 1951; 70 pp.; $1.50.
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Alumni Articles
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A column Made in Vermont by Charles E. Crane '06 will appear in the Rutland Herald every two weeks. The first number appeared in the issue for March 5.
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Faculty Articles
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Robert G. Chaffee '36 is the author of TheDeseadan Vertebrate Fauna of the ScarrittPocket, Patagonia, a paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Columbia University. This has
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Pan American
Pan American
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ALLIED VAN LINES. INC
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ENGRAVERS FOR THIS PUBLICATION
ENGRAVERS FOR THIS PUBLICATION
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BELLOWS & COMPANY
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New York Life Insurance Company
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I'VE said it myself and you've probably said it, too: "Gee, I wish I had a rich uncle!"
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The Undergraduate Year
The Undergraduate Year
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KENNETH J. ROMAN JR. '52
To the contemporary undergraduate, the normal state of affairs is one of never-ending flux. This dynamic aspect of normalcy is reflected constantly throughout the year—in the number of weekends the individual spends at his desk
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Undergraduate Issue
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This month the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, carrying on a spring custom of many years, turns the larger part of its feature columns over to Dartmouth undergraduates. In editorial comment and in articles about some of their activities
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR CHARLES F. MOORE JR. '25, appointed a member of the administration committee of the Ford Motor Company with top responsibility for all public relations activities.
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
READERS of this column may recall that I have long been an admirer of H. St. John Philby, an Englishman who has become a Muslim, and who lives in Jidda in Arabia. He is the greatest living authority writing in English on this
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Ashurnazirpal's Story
Ashurnazirpal's Story
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DONALD P. HANSEN '53
POPULAR knowledge of the fascinating science of archaeology and of the priceless treasures unearthed has been greatly increased by the recent best-seller, Gods, Graves and Scholars by C. W. Ceram. Dartmouth men who have an
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Reynolds Scholars
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FIVE James B. Reynolds Foreign Scholarships have been awarded for the academic year 1952-53 to three Dartmouth seniors and two recent graduates, it was announced by President Dickey. The recipients of the scholarships are:
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1952 Fund Rolls Along
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WITH the 1952 Dartmouth Alumni Fund campaign less than a month old at this writing, the results to date have been most gratifying. As of April 16 a total of 2,695 alumni, parents and friends had contributed $152,098 for an
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Elected to Alumni Council
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F. JORDAN MCCARTHY '26 of Baltimore, who succeeds George V. Parkhurst '30.
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Senior Fellowships
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SENIOR Fellowships, granting the recipients a year of independent study, have been awarded to seven members of the Class of 1953. Rated among the highest honors granted to undergraduates by the College, the Senior Fellowships
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25 Years After
25 Years After
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JAMES D. BINDER '52 AND THOMAS L. PAPST '52
A Composite Picture of 1927 Men Today
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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HANOVER is now in a period of transition. Not only are the duckboards and the snow gone and the softball diamonds showing signs of life, but the class of 1952 is gradually handing over many of its coveted positions to the
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Senior With a Sideline
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R. L. A.
WHERE is Turner Center, Maine? ... Why Turner Center is about seven miles from Buckville . . . thought almost everyone knew that.
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Sports
Sports for All
A Review of the Intramural Year Through March
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WILLIAM H. SAMPLE '52
ORGANIZED intramural athletics are a relatively new activity at Dartmouth. Next year, 1952-53, will mark the 25th year that the Intramural Department has been sponsoring dormitory and fraternity athletic competition in the
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Article
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183rd Commencement To Take Place June 8
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ON Sunday, June 8, approximately 585 seniors will be awarded, their degrees at Dartmouth's 183rd Commencement, bringing parents, alumni, and friends to Hanover for a weekend of graduation and reunion events.
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Baseball
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
With the current spring season Dartmouth enters upon a new baseball regime, under the direction of Bob Shawkey, onetime great pitcher for the New York Yankees in the palmy days of the 1920's and an active participant in
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Lacrosse
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
Coach Tommy Dent is now happily recovered from the stomach ailment that laid him low most of last season. He has just led his charges south on the spring trip, during which the boys got some good experience against some the
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Track
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
Coach Ellie Noyes should field a track team this spring that will be better than the aggregation wearing the green indoors. Reasons: there are several outstanding operatives in the outdoor weight events, who did not get a chance
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Tennis
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
Coach Red Hoehn should have another team this spring that is strong all the way down and will probably win more matches at the lower end than at the upper end. Against such aggregations as Princeton, with a couple of the leading
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Golf
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
Speaking of the cage, the golf team is perhaps more completely plagued by the perennially reluctant local spring than any other aggregation. Ever hopeful, Coach Tommy Keane took his boys south at spring vacation, where they
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Miscellany
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
There are a number of items left over from the winter season that should be reported, in the interests of complete journalistic coverage.
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The Crew Finds Many Friends
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
IN a stirring display of intercollegiate friendship and of the spirit that pervades rowing as an amateur sport, several of the Ivy League colleges rallied to Dartmouth's support when the complete loss of the boathouse and six
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Crew
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Jonathan Moore '54
ALTHOUGH losing consecutively to Rollins, Florida Southern and Tampa, the Dartmouth varsity heavyweight crews performed exceptionally well and evidenced a high potential during their 11- day spring trip to Florida. Readying
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
May Schedules
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
BASEBALL—May 3, Army; 6, Amherst; 10, Yale (2 games); 14, Army at West Point; 15, Williams at Williamstown; 17, Harvard at Cambridge (2 games); 20, Clarkson; 22, Holy Cross; 24, Boston College.
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Sports
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Spring Trip Results
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
BASEBALL—Norfolk NAS 7, Dartmouth 5; Norfolk NAS 11, Dartmouth 2; Dartmouth 13, Norfolk RS 6; Dartmouth 14, Norfolk RS u; Dartmouth 8, Norfolk NAS o; Little Creek NAB ii, Dartmouth 3; Boiling Air Field cancelled.
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Erskine Caldwell Gift
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A COLLECTION of personal papers, letters and other material has been given to Baker Library by Erskine Caldwell, well known author of Xobacco Road, God'sLittle Acre, and many additional works.
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Classes
Boston
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GORDON K. WENTWORTH '40
On April 1, 134 class agents and assistant class agents gathered at Hampshire House tor the "kick-off dinner" of the annual Alumni Fund drive to get the inside information from Ken Henderson '16 and President Dickey concerning
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Northern New Jersey
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HERBERT C. ENGLERT '42
April 3 will be a date long remembered by many of the Dartmouth alumni and their friends, in this area. This was the night that the Dartmouth Glee Club gave its concert in Montclair, under the joint sponsorship of the Dartmouth
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Western Pennsylvania
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MALCOLM D. CORNER
The Dartmouth Club of Western Pennsylvania's weekly luncheons have been having approximately 25 alumni in attendance for the past several months. Merrill McLane '42, luncheon chairman, has been creating more interest in the
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Central Florida
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MORGAN W. PRICE JR. '39
To ring the curtain down on the 1951-1952 season the fourth and concluding gathering of Dartmouth men in Central Florida was a cruise on the scenic and historic St. Johns River in true holiday style. The motor vessel "Sunshine
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Long Island
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ALBERT C. FISHER '29
The April meeting of the Long Island executive committee got under way on the installment plan. Ten members arrived at EdWarnke's home in Lynbrook at the usual starting time but the meeting lacked a quorum because so many members
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Rochester, N. Y.
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PHILIP F. WHITBECK '33
Our entire membership looked forward with great expectation to the Club's annual meeting, April 3, and its anticipation was more than justified. The meeting was held at the Genesee Valley Club in Rochester and the program
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Dayton
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JAMES E. KUHNS '40
Our annual dinner with the College representative was held March 31 at the Biltmore Hotel. George Colton '35, Executive Secretary of the Development Council, was our guest speaker. George gave us an interesting picture of
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Georgia
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LOUIS J. FORTUNA '38
Bob Cleveland '55 and his roommate re turned home for spring holidays with an enthusiastic review of their experiences as freshmen. Bob was proudly wearing his 1955 numerals won in freshman football.
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Philadelphia
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ROBERT B. BACH '47
The most successful annual dinner meeting for many years was held on March 28, at the Engineer's Club. Prior to the dinner, the business meeting was held in the Junior Room. During the meeting, we learned that our Association
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Syracuse
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NORMAN L. SIMPSON '44
Dean of Freshmen Stearns Morse and Robert L. Allen '45, Assistant to the Secretary of the College, made a triumphal visit to the April 2 dinner meeting of this Club and aided magnificently in producing a thoroughly enjoyable
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New York City
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KENNETH C. QUENCER '23
The Season Special: The Glee Club was never in better form. The Injunaires were never more delightful. The gals never looked quite so lovely, nor the gents so resplendent. Alvy "Sweetest Music This Side of White River" West and
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Chicago
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BRUCE BENNER JR. '49
Tuss McLaughry gave an interesting talk on the football situation in Hanover and his views on the spring training problem at the regular Monday luncheon on March 10. It was great to see Tuss here and have the opportunity to
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The Northwest
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GEORGE D. MCCLINTOCK JR. '42
Despite a second successive year of very bad weather, your Association's annual dinner held March 12 at the gorgeous Capitol Room of The Golden Rule in St. Paul was a great success. Phil Troy's gang set before us a magnificent
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Melrose
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL '46
The second of our now annual co-ed parties was held on March 28, with over 60 people in attendance. Everyone seemed to feel that this was one of the finest gatherings ever held by the Melrose Club, and a great deal of credit
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Mohawk Valley
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GILBERT H. JONES '45
The annual dinner meeting of the Dartmouth Club of the Mohawk Valley was held April 1 at the Fort Schuyler Club, Utica, N. Y. Better than 50 per cent of our membership attended. Guests of honor at our sixth annual meeting, and
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Louisville
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DOWNEY M. GRAY JR. '41
The Dartmouth Club of Louisville was privileged to have as a speaker, George H.Colton '35, Executive Secretary of the Dartmouth Development Council, at the meeting held on April 2. Mr. Colton gave the group a very up-to-date
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Milwaukee
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WILLIAM S. TRUMP '46
Over 60 Wisconsin Dartmouth men and their ladies were present on Friday evening, March 14, for the annual meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Association. Coach Tuss McLaughry was our speaker from Hanover and he told us about
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Springfield, Mass.
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GEORGE E. HOPKINS '46
A sincere debt of gratitude is certainly owed to Bill Lieson '32 who served as secretary-treasurer of the Club for the past five years. His able and efficient work for the Club will be hard to duplicate.
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St. Petersburg
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ROBERT D. ATWOOD '42
This year's annual meeting of the Dartmouth Association of the Florida West Coast was a record-breaker. It was held March 20 at the Lakewood Country Club, St. Petersburg. Under the capable administration of K. E. Fenderson
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The Plains
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ALFRED W. GORDON JR. '41
The Association held a dinner dance at the Omaha Club the night of March 1 and of course a good time was had by all. Highlights of the evening included the playing of Dartmouth songs as recorded by the Band and the Glee Club,
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Washington, D.C.
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KARL M. DOLLAK '35
The annual spring dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Washington, D. C., was an outstanding success from all angles. The program included reports from Head Football Coach Tuss McLaughry and Dud Orr '29, Dartmouth trustee. A steak
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Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
The enrollment committee of the Southern California Alumni Association went into high gear on March 8, when they hosted the applicants for the Class of 1956. The meeting was held at the Huntington Hotel under the watchful eye
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Cleveland
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FRANK C. HEATH JR. '34
That tightly knit (well, they're tight if they're not knit) little group in Cleveland, the "best location in the nation," hasn't had much play in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE since Secretary Scotty Rogers '40 started going up the ladder
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News From the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
JOHN P. BROOKS
As in former years some members of the '85 family have heeded the call of the sun and have spent more or less of the winter below the Mason and Dixon Line. John Brooks and wife have been in Southern Pines, N. C. John, who used
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1886
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM P. KELLY
JAMES W. NEWTON
Miss Constance H. Snow, granddaughter of Leslie P. Snow and daughter of Brigadier-General Conrad E. Snow '12, was married to Mr. Brede Syver Klefos on March 19, 1952, in Washington, D. C. Constance graduated from Skidmore in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1888
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
A recent article in the Rochester (N. H.) Cornier deals in a highly commendatory manner with the methods our classmate, Dr. Forrest L. Keay, has used in conducting the office of Overseers of the Poor and Old Age Assistance since
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
HARDY S. FERGUSON
Funeral rites for our venerable classmate, the Reverend Arthur Chase, were held February 25 in Trinity Episcopal Church, Ware, Mass., the church to which he had devoted 40 years of his life as rector. Flowers from his few
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1891
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[no value]
FRANK E. ROWE
From Bugbee has come an unusual letterunusual in that he takes the Secretary to task for writing so illegibly that it required his family's help in deciphering what he wished to know. Anyway, he did tell the Secretary, "I have
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1893
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
WILLIAM R. JARVIS
From Derry, N. H., comes word that JudgeTed Weston Mas not been in good health for the past six years. For a year he has been afflicted by arthritis so badly that he has not been able to get around, being confined to his home. He
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1894
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
PAUL R. JENKS
The celebration of eightieth birthdays seems to be the main interest as this writer starts his usual column.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1895
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[no value]
ROLAND E. STEVENS
CHARLES A. HOLDEN
WILLIAM F. RICE
In the '95 column of the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE I copied, from the reportof our 25th Reunion, letters from a few ofour Class members. I was of the opinion thatthe surviving members of our Class have forgotten, as I have, what was
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1896
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Nelson Perley CoffinYour Secretary is happy to present a briefsketch of the career of Nelson P. Coffin and ofhis family.
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News From the Classes
1897
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[no value]
WILLIAM H. HAM
MORTON C. TUTTLE
When our class returns to Hanover next month, there will be brought home to us two definite things—the first view, the sameness of the campus and the old familiar row to the east including Dartmouth, Wentworth, Thornton and
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1898
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[no value]
HENRY D. CROWLEY
JOHN R. SPRING
In response to the request of Jack Spring in his Alumni Appeal letter for news letters from the members of the class we have received several and some were included in the notes for last month. Here are some more. Bill Mitchell
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
Many '99ers have birthdays this month. Felicitations and May flowers to Dearborn,Hawkes, Hoban, Kendall, Lynch and Whittier. A distinguished roster.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1901
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[no value]
EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Bemus Pierce, much to his disappointment, had to miss the Reunion last June, because at that time he was pushing demonstrations of his surface-milling machine for peat production, working against time. It paid off, however,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1902
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DR. PHILIP P. THOMPSON
DAVIS B. KENISTON
PROF. ROY W. HATCH
Howard Harris writes me that, of the 22 Phi Beta Kappa graduates in 1902 55% are living; while, of the remainder of the Class, only 40% are left. I never realized we had that many wise boys in the Class, and I hope they will
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1903
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[no value]
PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
MORTON B. FRENCH
You probably have received a copy of ThisIs Life by Billy Grant, his memoirs. You will find it very enjoyable reading.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1904
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DAVID 5. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
On Thursday evening, March 27, our HarryChase, Chancellor Emeritus of New York University, spoke at the dinner given in honor of his successor, Dr. Henry T. Heald. It was the first all-University meeting since Dr. Heald took office
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
FLETCHER A. HATCH
We were very deeply shocked to learn of the tragic death of Jim Donnelly. While starting for a well-earned vacation, he was driving to Florida with his wife Mary and daughter Rosemary. In a downpour of rain at 11 A.M., he was
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
PROF. MAX HARTMANN
SEE YOU IN HANOVER JUNE 13, 14, 15
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
PHILIP H. CHASE
Plan on the 45th—June 13, 14,15REUNION EXTRA
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1908
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WILLAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR BARNES
ARTHUR L. LEWIS
Doc Winkley passed away in Beth Israel Hospital, Brookline, Mass., on March 7. Death was due to lung involvement following operation for a ruptured appendix. The funeral services were held in Winthrop on March 9. Burial was in
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
RALPH B. CLEMENT
It's a beautiful spring day in Aurora, that well known Garden Spot where the "sun shines on both sides of the street," as Billy Van used to say of his beloved Newport, N. H. If Billy were alive, I'm sure it'd be the kind of day
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
EARLE H. PIERCE
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
1910 enters national political circles! A letter from Ed Shattuck with clipping enclosed, brings the news that our retired Sears-Roebuck executive Eck Hiestand is the G.O.P. candidate for Congress from the new 21st district,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
JOSHUA B. CLARK
Have you written in to Mary Dodge, asking for reservations for any time during the ten days following the opening of Mountain View on June 14?
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
FORTIETH REUNION JUNE 13-15, 1952IT'S A DATE
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
GEORGE STEELE
Louis Foster has returned north from Florida and is now living in Forest Hills 75, N. Y„ at Apt. 6-G 105-37 65th Avenue.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1914
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WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
ELLSWORTH B. BUCK
Nothing is deader than yesterday's news and Sno-bird is dead and melted, but one or two aftermaths insist on publicity. For instance, the following letter from a well-known Hanoverian is typical.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1915
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ARTHUR C. NICHOLS
RUSSELL J. RICE
MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Al Sherman reminds me he once heeled for the Daily (then tri-weekly) Dartmouth and proves he has not lost his skill by reporting Fifteen's participation in the Boston Alumni Dinner. Here is the gang gracing tables 27 and 28:
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1916
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COMDR. F. STIRLING WILSON
C. CARLTON COFFIN
WILLIAM H. MCKENZIE
At this writing the Alumni Fund has gotten under way, and 1916 is off with a rush, due partly to our lack of rush in getting some of our contributions in last year, which makes them hold over till this year.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
HOWARD A. STOCKWELL
The following short note is from Arch Gile: "There is not much news of the Gile family. We did take a short cruise in January and both Mary and myself have been laid up with the flu since our return."
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News From the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
RICHARD A. HOLTON
The '28 boys shooting to outwit the '26ers who handed $126,000 to Hanover on their 25th pleased Stumpie Barr no end when they assured him they felt they could tuck '26 nicely away. When Halsey Edgerton was Treasurer of the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
ROSCOE A. HAYES
Before reporting on the annual class father and son dinner held on March 8 in Hanover, your confused secretary wants to apologize to Maurice Hall for somehow forgetting that he and Priscilla, as well as Jack Reilly, have two
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
WALDO B. POTTER
Early May is no time to be telling our Constant Readers what happened to Eisenhower in New Hampshire on March 11, but there was a detail or two connected with that epoch-making occasion that may have escaped the attention of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
ROGER C. WILDE
The Green Derby is on! Our jockey, RogWilde, is more optimistic every day. He feels that surge of power in his steed that shows 1921 is on its way. Plenty of reserve strength there, too. Pounding down the back stretch now, round the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
JAMES A. HAMILTON
Our Father and Son weekend (March 7-9) was an occasion thoroughly enjoyed by the fortunate few who were able to attend it. For activities it would have been difficult for Ted Davidson 111 to have picked a better time. The one
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
LEON H. YOUNG JR.
It becomes important to all of us at this time of year to give heed to the perennial approaches of the Alumni Fund "heelers" in our midst, and to give what we can afford. The particular pitch which I want to make in this column
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
FRANCIS M. AUSTIN
When these notes reach you, we will be entering the second, and vitally important, month in the 195 a Alumni Fund Drive. Inasmuch as we are writing this treatise prior to April 1 (it would be most unseemly to write so serious
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
FORD H. WHELDEN
MILTON K. EMERSON
With the Alumni Fund campaign not officially opening until April 1 it is indeed gratifying to report that eleven members of our class had already given a total of $915 on the March 22 report-that's an average gift of $83 and a
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ANDREW J. O'CONNOR
ALUMNI FUND IS UNDER WAY!
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News From the Classes
1927
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DOANE ARNOLD
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
SPENCER S. COOK
Only a month to go before that big 25th reunion. It looks now as though we are going to have a record attendance which assures us a wonderful reunion. We sincerely hope you are planning to be there. Here is a list of a few who
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
WILLIAM COGSWELL
Six '2Bers attended the annual dinner of the Philadelphia Alumni Association on March 28: John Flanagan, Dick Frame, Jack Heston,George Pasfield, Bill Williams and ErnieWright. At the business meeting before dinner, Jack Heston gave a
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
GEORGE B. REDDING
This month we continue the annual FatherSon Issue of 1929 class news with the letters which had to be held over because of lack of space in the April column.
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News From the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
EDWARD R. SCHUSTER
Others may have difficulty in attracting or holding the attention of our legislators in Washington, but Pete Davis experienced none of those difficulties when he appeared before the Senate Banking Committee during the middle of
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM H. SCHULDENFREI
WILLIAM L. BENGER
By and large, this column is addressed to those who will be in Hanover for the Reunion June 13, 14 and 15. We already have over 80 signed Reunioners (and, in most cases, their wives and a few scattered children) so a good
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1932
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
JAMES D. CORBETT
It's Alumni Fund season again. In the March issue I tried to describe the effects I think Dartmouth has on those who go there. If you agreed with me, you have at least some reasons to being generous to the Fund. There are plenty
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1933
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GEORGE F. THERIAULT
LEE W. ECKELS
JOHN S. BLACK
When you read this our Twentieth Reunion will be a little more than a month away. At this point—April 10—things are beginning to shape up, like the season. There s still plenty of snow and ice and mud in Hanover today, but on
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News From the Classes
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. GILBERT
GEORGE W. COPP JR.
On March 18, just as the St. Patrick's Day celebration was breaking up, ye sec threw a razor and his other pair of pajamas into the old straw suitcase and took off for the big city to visit with the New York chapter of the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART JR.
JOHN WALLACE
EDWARD P. OFFUTT JR.
Let's start oft with a couple of sincere apologies. If there's anything a guy hates to see in print it's his name spelled wrong. And it's especially irritating when his name is spelled wrong in a place like the ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
MUNROE S. FITZHERBERT
Last month, when we had a minute to chat with Dan Schwartz, we picked up a bit of evidence that demonstrates there's nothing wrong with the real estate business in the New York suburbs. According to Dan, commuter Frank Kappler
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
ALAN W. BRYANT
Last report we made signified that the news barrel was sans hoops, bottom and sides and as a result we had to resort to a new questionnaire via the Mint Bag in order to procure more material for Uncle Remus. The timing was
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTIE
WRIGHT MALLORY
Since the deadline for class notes is always the fifth of the month preceding publication date, very few items of real timeliness ever ret into this space. Ever on the ball, however, the Boston moguls, headed by Stearns MacNutt,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1939
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THOMAS T. BROOKS JR.
DON C. WHEATON JR.
JOHN R. VINCENS
Our mail this month all comes from Northern New York State. First, a note from DickStorrs reporting his shift from Fargo, N. D., to Syracuse. Dick is practicing radiology and seems to be enjoying what he describes as the warm
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
FREDERICK L. PORTER
This column is written under more than the usual difficulties this month, for no sooner will I make a start on it than I'll have to get the bottle ready for the 10 P.M. feeding. Yessir, the Brownes have added a third child,
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
CLYDE H. MARTIN
Spring is herel The circus is in town. Next week the Dodgers will be back (the Giants, too). Dope From The Duckboards has again reared its head. The Alumni Fund drive is off to a flying start. I'll be going to Hanover for the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1942
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JAMES L. FARLEY
JOHN H. HARRIMAN
ADDISON L. WINSHIP II
It is fitting that, with the Titillating Tenthpractically sitting in our laps, my only mailthis month should, be from two classmatesthinking of that event and both, I'm happy toadd, hoping to attend it.
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News From the Classes
1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
THEODORE R. HOPPER
There is no longer any doubt about it. All those trips to Hamp have paid off. We have just been checking the class files to see what colleges the wives of '43ers attended and the final tabulation puts Smith way out in front. (We
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
L. DONALD PFEIFLE
Willie Arcl's glandular gum-shoe, Timothy Dane, should have little difficulty filling the Keds vacated by the roguish Mickey Spillane. On a recent trip down South, I followed Timothy through an orgy of wine, women, and slaughter
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
RODNEY A. WALSER
DONALD DeB. CAMPBELL
In one of Bill McKenzie's newsletters, he referred to me as "Sam Cutlet." I'm sure it was a printer's error, but I don't mind telling you that I was "burned to a crisp" when I read ;t N0... I wasn't "fried." Veal, let's get on
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News From the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
JOHN B. WHITMAN
Jack Whitman opened the Alumni Drive with a fine flourish. Jack's plans look confidently ambitious. His idea is to get a realistic gift from us and not lose that terrific participation we've built up. Sure we are hit from all
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
EDWARD P. SCULLY
ALLEN I. BILDNER
Spring's come and almost gone. It doesn't seem like a year ago that we were in Hanover for reunion, and it does not seem like a year ago that we were .in the midst of an Alumni Fund campaign, a campaign which was extremely
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1948
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M. ROBERT HERRICK
ROBERT L. MERRIAM
ALAN MCALLISTER
ROBERT S. RUSSELL
It's May and we are now in the midst of the 1952 Fund Drive. Many of your classmates, as assistant class agents, are spending a great deal of their own time trying to make the 1948 contribution a real success this year. If you
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News From the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
LT. DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
VAIL K. HAAK
It's a rainy April day, the day, as a matter of fact, that Ted Williams takes his Marine physical, and since I'm a Cleveland fan, you can imagine how I hope it turns out—although that isn't fair, and I really do hate to see the
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1950
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ENS. SCOTT C. OLIN, USN
SIMON J. MORAND III
GLENN L. FITKIN JR.
The unanswered mail accumulating around here is mounting each time we get into port, so those of you waiting for an acknowledgment may have long white beards to stroke as you read our replies, and any kind souls contemplating
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
ENS. KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
DAVID H. HILTON
Well, it's just about time when we should all be looking over our four-leaf clovers all over the world. However, here in the Northwest the four-leaf clover is yet just a bump on the ground. At any rate, the warm damp spring has
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Two Sonnets
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MOSES B. PERKINS '02
These poems, selected from those written by Mr. Perkins over many years, are published in connection with the approaching 50th reunion of the Class of 1902.
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A Vote for Ike?
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Looking forward to casting his first ballot in a Presidential election in this country, Walter K. LeCount '14 is back in his home town of New Rochelle, N. Y., to settle down there after years spent in foreign countries.
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Best Class Agent
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At the New York Alumni Fund dinner on April 2, the James B. ReynoldsTrophy for 1951 was awarded to Marvin L. Frederick '15 as the best classagent of a class more than 25 years outof college. He was cited as follows:
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Devoted to Denver
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A professor who has become Manager of Parks and Improvements for the City of Denver, Thomas P. Campbell '18 was the subject of an "Empire Profile" appearing in the Denver Post of February 24. Described as "affable, honest,
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Cited as Class Agent
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Roger C. Wilde, 1921 class agent, was honored at the Chicago Alumni Fund dinner on March 26 when for the first time a Special Citation was awarded to him in recognition of his distinguished Fund work. The citation follows:
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Lamp Man
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To go forward it is sometimes necessary to take a step back. In somewhat this manner Herbert Rubin '27, president o£ Rubicon, Inc., has reached the top spot as manufacturer of kerosene lamps in the United States. As told in a
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All-Green Contest
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Dartmouth men living in Lake, McHenry, or Boone counties in Illinois faced a problem in college loyalty when they went to the polls to pick a Republican candidate for state senator from the Bth district. Robert McClory '3O,
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Hood Trophy Winner
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The Harvey P. Hood Trophy for1951, awarded to the best class agentin the classes 11 to 25 years out of college, was presented to Richard W. Bowlen '3O at the Boston Alumni Fund dinner on April 1. Following is his citation:
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Irish Scholar
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Instead of heeding the song "Come Back to Ireland," John V. Kelleher '39, whose love of things Irish goes back as far as his recollections, has chosen to bring Eire to his own country. Recently named Associate Professor of
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Prize Class Agent
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At the Boston Alumni Fund dinneron April 1, the John R. Mason Trophyfor the outstanding class agent of 1951among the youngest ten classes wasawarded to Addison L. Winship II '42.Following is his citation:
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"Seeing Eye" Lawyer
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Just seven years from the day he was blinded when an enemy artillery shell exploded near him on a battlefield in Germany, John Sirignano Jr. '46 was sworn in as an attorney in New York City, April 2. With him was Juno, a
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You'll Find "Hanover"
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C. C. HILLS
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THE DARTMOUTH RING
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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A. W. Frey T'21
GEORGE WOODWORTH Has resigned as Professor of Finance to become Professor of Banking and Investments at the University of Michigan's School of Business Administration. He assumes his new duties in September. Happy as we are for
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
THE Dartmouth Engineers dinner held annually in Boston took place as scheduled Friday evening, April 4, at the University Club. In spite of the absence from town of some of our most regular attenders, we had a record attendance
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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 in this issue or may appear in a later number]
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Drive in at the Sign of the Orange Disc
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Preparatory School Directory
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Alumni Register
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