Issue: 19520701

Tuesday, July 1, 1952
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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The Lookout-Ogunquit Club
The Lookout-Ogunquit Club
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DAVID REID, NEW BOSTON, N. H.
DAVID REID, NEW BOSTON, N. H.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Praises West Point
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TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE WINES
TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE WINES
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Henry Hudson Hotel
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Table of Contents
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THIS month's half-size issue is devoted almost completely to a review of the Commencement and reunion weekends held in Hanover last month. Following an account of The 1952 Commencement (Page 11) will be found the complete
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Masthead
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This Month
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COLONIAL AIRLINES
COLONIAL AIRLINES
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C. c. HILLS
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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Books
Books
BUSINESS IN THE GILDED AGE: THE CONSERVATIVES' BALANCE SHEET
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L. G. Hines
byEdward C. Kirkland '16. University of Wisconsin Press, 1952; 59 pp.; $1.50.
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Books
CHICAGO: THE SECOND CITY
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Herbert F. West '22
by A. J.Liebling '24. Alfred A. Knopf, 1952; 143 pp.;$2.50.
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Books
THE ART NOUVEAU
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Maude D. French
, by Henry F. Lenning'37- Martinus J. Nijhoff, The Hague, 1951;143 pp.; 21 guilders ($6.00).
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Books
Books
THE PRIVATE PAPERS OF SENATOR VANDENBERG
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Donald H. Morrison
edited by Arthur H. Vandenberg Jr. '28. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 1-952; 599 pp.; $5.00.
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Books
THE PORTABLE GIBBON
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Roy H. Lanphear '25
edited by DeroA Saunders '35. The Viking Press, 1952;$2.50.
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Books
AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
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Jerome G. Kerwin '19
by Prof. Harold R. Bruce. Henry Holt, NewYork, 1952; pp. xi, 836; $5.50.
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Books
Books
BOTANY
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James P. Poole
by Prof. Carl L. Wilson, with linedrawings by Dr. Hannah T. Croasdale.Dryden Press, New York, N. Y. 1952. $6.10. Professor Wilson's new text is one in which he should feel great satisfaction, and it is my belief that many teachers of
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VARIETES MODERNES
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Francois Denoeu
by Prof. Leon Verriest & Marie-Louise Michaud Hall. Houghton Mifflin Co. 1952. 314 pp. $2.95.
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THE ESSAY: A CRITICAL ANTHOLOGY
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Robert S. Kinsman '40
by Prof. John L. Stewart. Prentice-Hall,1952. pp. xxx, 3-645.
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ESPANA Y SU CIVILIZACION
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R. A. Casas
by FranciscoUgarte. New York, The Odyssey Press, 1952,302 pp. $2.50.
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SUMMER HOME
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MOHAWR ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
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CALDWELL SCOTT
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR EDGAR H. HUNTER '01, recipient of the Charles Holmes Pettee Memorial Medal from the University of New Hampshire for outstanding service to the State.
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UNION OIL COMPAMY
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The 1952 Commencement
The 1952 Commencement
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THE Class of 1952, top-ranking scholastically among the postwar classes at Dartmouth and also the first to be composed largely of non-veterans, ended its undergraduate course with Commencement on Sunday morning, June 8.
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$600,000 Fund
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New Alumni Fund records were set as the 1952 Fund soared over the $600,000 figure, with the number of contributors topping 16,000 for the first time. Final figures were unavailable as this issue of the Alumni Magazine went to
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Valedictory to 1952
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President Dickey's Farewell to the Graduating Class
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Article
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Baccalaureate Address
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SIR OLIVER S. FRANKS
I WANT first to express my very deep appreciation of the high honour done to me by Dartmouth College in making me a Doctor. I am sure that when I say this I speak not only for myself but for all of us whom you have honoured
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"We Are Responsible"
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F. LEE COULTER JR. '52
The Glass of 1952 Valedictory to the College
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Emeritus Rank Voted To 6 Faculty Members
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THE rank of Emeritus Professor was conferred upon six retired members of the Dartmouth faculty by the Trustees at the annual Commencement meeting of the Board on June 7.
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Dartmouth Awards Mine Honorary Degrees
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Following are the full texts of the citations read, by President Dickey in conferring nine honorary degrees at Dartmouth's183rd Commencement exercises. These arelisted in the order of Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Humane Letters, Doctor of Letters,and
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"Blue Dolphin" Sails For Labrador Again
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THE Blue Dolphin, the 100-foot floating laboratory for oceanographic studies skippered by Cdr. David C. Nutt '41, USNR, arctic specialist at the Dartmouth College museum, set sail June 22 for a fourth summer voyage to arctic
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Article
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The Fifty-Year Address
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E. BRADLEE WATSON '02
At the annual Commencement meeting of the General Alumni Association a traditional feature is the address delivered on behalf of the honored Fifty-Year Class. The 1902 address, which follows in full, was given by Professor Watson at the meeting in Alumni Gymnasium on Saturday, June 7.
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1927 Presents 2 5-Year Gift
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THE Class of 1927 at its 25th Reunion last month presented its Class Gift to the College. The Class gave the full amount of its 1952 Alumni Fund objective of $14,090 in addition to pledging a permanent 1927 Memorial Fund of $100,000 or
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Vice Presidents of the College
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THE appointment of Justin A. Stanley '33 Chicago lawyer, as a Vice President of Dartmouth College was announced by President Dickey last month. This appointment was approved by the Trustees of the College at their June meeting.
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Article
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Myles Lane '28 Heads Association of Alumni
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MYLES J. LANE '28, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, was elected president of the General Alumni Association of Dartmouth College at the annual meeting of the Association on June 14. The alumni gathering,
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Article
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The Reunion Weekend
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A.P.
WITH a cluster of sparkling days as exhilarating in their effect as the helium balloons released by the Class of '31, and in defiance of the superstitious, Friday the 13th ushered in one of the best attended and most successful
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Resigns College Post
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Richard A. Sawyer '41, Assistant Registrar since 1947, left June 30 to accept a position with the Boston Hose and Rubber Company in Cambridge, Mass. His resignation was accepted at the June meeting of the Board of Trustees.
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Reunion Winners
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Attendance honors at class reunionslast month were won by the classes of1902 and 1927. The 50-year class, with40 of its 62 living graduates back onCommencement weekend, had a representation of 64% and captured the Class of 1894 Cup awarded
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Zimmerman Elected An Alumni Trustee
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CHARLES J. ZIMMERMAN '23 of Hartford, Conn., was elected to a first term of five years as Alumni Trustee of the College at the June meeting of the Board of Trustees. He succeeds Nelson A. Rockefeller '30 who completed the limit
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Article
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Orton Hicks Heads The Alumni Council
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ORTON H. HICKS 'SI, of New York City, director of research and development for Loew's International Corporation, was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council at the annual June meeting in Hanover on the weekend of
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New Offices of Financial Aid And Placement Are Created
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A NEW Office of Placement and Staff Personnel and a separate new Office of Financial Aid have been established by the College, effective July 1 upon the retirement of Prof. Francis J. Neef as Director of the Personnel Bureau
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Assistant Treasurer Resigns College Post
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DONALD L. BARR '18, who has been Ass istant Treasurer of the College for the past 15 years, resigned that position on June 30, with other plans for continuing his work in the investment field. His resignation was formally
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Baseball
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In their final League encounter, Coach Shawkey's charges put on a burst of last-minute scoring (the lack of which had plagued them all year) and took a double-header from Harvard by the scores of 6-3 and 3-0. These heroic
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Track
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Led by Captain Pete McCreary, Dartmouth finished fifth in the annual Heptagonal Meet (i.e., the Ivy League games) at West Point, with a total of 25.2 points. The Indians finished behind Army, Cornell, Princeton, and Navy in
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With Big Green Teams
Football Brochure
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Each summer the Dartmouth College Athletic Council publishes an attractive 32-page brochure on the Dartmouth football team. This book let contains information on players, coaches and prospects, together with statistics on
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Golf
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Francis E. Merrill '26
In its quiet way, the golf team has been having quite a season for itself, running up a record of eight straight victories in dual meet competition at the end of the season. These victories were amassed against such teams as
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Tennis
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Francis E. Merrill '26
The tennis team had the best season in its history —at least in "modern" times. Coach Red Hoehn's charges did something no Dartmouth team has ever done, and that was to tie for first in the Ivy League. This organization has
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Final Intramural Standings
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Francis E. Merrill '26
FRATERNITIES DORMITORIES 1. Alpha Delta Phi 247.30 1. Tuck 223.412. Psi Upsilon 213.56 2. Streeter 134-54 3. Theta Chi 207.90 3. South Massachusetts 134-35 4. Sigma Chi 193-49 4. New Hampshire 126.455. Kappa Sigma 186.66 5. Russell Sage
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With Big Green Teams
Lacrosse
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Coach Tommy Dent's lacrosse team completed the season with a 6 and 4 record, the difficulties resting primarily in the defense department. The team was able to score comfortable quantities of goals on most occasions, but the
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1952 Football
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Francis E. Merrill '26
Sept. 37 Holy Cross Oct. 4 Pennsylvania at Philadelphia 11 Army at West Point 18 Rutgers 25 Harvard at Cambridge Nov. 1 Yale at New Haven 8 Columbia 15 Cornell at Ithaca 22 Princeton at Princeton
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1887 Celebrates Its 65th
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FRANK B. SANBORN '87
THE Class of '87 entered Dartmouth 100 strong a very mixed group in need of college education; 78 stayed to graduate. Ten are living and four Herbert E. Gage, AlbertE. Hadlock, Fred A. Howland, Frank B. Sanborn were able to
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
60th Reunion of 1892
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WILLIAM F. GEIGER '92.
OUR 60-YEAR REUNION brought together six of the remaining eleven members of the Class. Three of the six, with Dartmouth spirit that cannot be surpassed, were game enough to come notwithstanding serious physical (though not
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1897 Holds Its 55th
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WILLIAM H. HAM '97
SIXTEEN members of our class returned to our 55th reunion: Bolser, Brown, Christophe, Drew, Ham, Henderson, Hilton, Holt, Johnson, Kelly, Morse, Rowe, Ryan, Temple, Tuttle, and Ward. Wives and relatives joining the party were:
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
The Golden Reunion of 1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES '02
THE great days have come and gone when we were the honored guests of the College -our fiftieth anniversary of graduation. Present were 44 classmates and 28 wives. For some of us -- Leland Griggs and me (Tom Barnes) the most
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1906 Enjoys Top-Notch 45th
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EDWARD B. REDMAN '06
OUR delayed 45th reunion has come and gone. To those who didn't make it, greetings from those who did.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
A Glowing 190 7 Report
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H. RICHARDSON LANE '07
FIVE years ago, the report of '07's reunion in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE was headlined as 1907's "Historic" Fortieth. How the editor will epitomize 1907's Forty-Fifth is anybody's guess, but here is a suggestion:
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1908 Holds Its 45th
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GEORGE E. SQUIER '08
WITH Streeter as headquarters, 55 oughteighters and 32 of their wives assembled for their synthetic 45th in a completely successful reunion.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1912's 40th Called "Best Ever"
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HENRY K. URION '12
UNANIMOUSLY acclaimed by those who were present as the best and most enjoyable reunion that the Class has ever had, 1912's 40th Reunion ended to the regret of all.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
The Big 25th for 1927
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DOANE ARNOLD '27
TWENTY-SEVEN'S big 25th held in Hanover over the weekend of June 6-8 was a grand success. Our only regret was that each and everyone in the class could not be present. There were, however, close to 130 members of the class in
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
31's Delayed, Delightful 20th
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS '31
THIS I REMEMBER . ..
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1932's "World's Best" 20th
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MICHAEL H. CARDOZO '32
IF anyone thinks our reunion did not live up to the advertised "World's Best 20th Reunion," the burden is on him to prove it. The fact that we had more members back than our fellow celebrants of '31 and '33 gave us an edge over
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1933 Holds Advanced 20th
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HENRY P. SMITH 3rd '33
PEANYUT BUTTAH? WE'VE GAAHTIT!
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
A Report on 1942's Tenth
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ROBERT B. DEWEY '42
THE weatherman and Dave Heald combined their not inconsiderable talents and the result was a Tenth which was as titillating as even the most captious carper could want. As a matter of fact, old Captious Carper was back, looking
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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This is a list of deaths reported to us since the previous issue. Full obituaries, usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this or a later issue.
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Hia Great Combination!
Hia Great Combination!
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