Issue: 19521001

Wednesday, October 1, 1952
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THE 100th anniversary of the death of Daniel Webster, on October 24, 1852, and plans for the College to honor her famous son provide the occasion for this month's lead article about Daniel Webster's College Days (Page 18). The
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Masthead
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This Month
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DARTMOUTH CLUB
DARTMOUTH CLUB
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TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE WINES
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CAMBRIDGE-BEACHES, BERMUDA
CAMBRIDGE-BEACHES, BERMUDA
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Webster's Last Days
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What's Your Verdict?
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While Adrian Bouchard was taking this month's cover picture at the President's House, "Tina" Dickey, 16, took over as photographer for one shot. The above result almost made the cover, and maybe it should have. Johnny Dickey,
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The Rainbow
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TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM
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BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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RINEHART & COMPANY
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
DANIEL WEBSTER, Dartmouth, Class of 1801, died in Marshfield, Massachusetts, one hundred years ago, on October 24, 1852.
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NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
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Books
Books
A SHORT HISTORY OF AMERICAN LIFE.
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W. R. Waterman
By Nelson Manfred Blake '30. New York:McGraw-Hill Company, 1952. XIV, 752 pp. $5.75.
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Books
Books
How YOU REALLY EARN YOUR LIVING.
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L. G. Hines
By Lewis H. Honey '03. New York: Prentice-Hall. 1952. 282 pp. $1.50.
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Books
Books
THE STOLEN SPRUCE.
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Eric P. Kelly '06
. By Kenneth Andler'26. Illustrated by C. L. Hartman. ArielBooks, Pellegrini & Cudahy. 167 pp. $2.50.
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AMERICANA – BEGINNINGS.
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Harold G. Rugg '06
By ThomasW. Streeter '04. A Selection from the Library of Thomas W. Streeter, shown inhonor of a visit of the Hroswitha Club onMay 3, 1951. Privately printed. 1952. 97 pp.
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Books
CORTINA'S FRENCH IN 20 LESSONS.
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Francois Denoeu
Revised by Douglas W. Alden '33. New York:Garden City Books. 1951. 348 pp. $1.98.
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Books
Books
CRUSADE
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James F. Cusick
By Roy F. Bergengren '03. NewYork: Exposition Press. 379 pp. $3.75.
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Books
SINCE 1900 (Rev. Ed.)
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Allen R. Foley '20
By Oscar TheodoreBarck Jr. and Nelson Manfred Blake '50.New York: The Macmillan Company, 1952.X, 90} pp. $5.90.
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CULTURE AND SOCIETY, AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
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Wayne C. Neely Andrew G. Truxal
By Francis E.Merrill, '26 and H. Wentworth Eldredge,Prentice-Hall. 1952. 611 pp. $5.50.
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ECONOMICS: An Introductory Analysis of the Level, Composition & Distribution of Economic Income
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Edward D. Gruen '31
By Bruce W. Knight and L. Gregory Hines. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1952. 91 pp. $5.75.
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JOHN SLOAN'S LAST SUMMER
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Adelbert Ames Jr.
By Herbert F. West '22 Iowa City: The Prairie Press, 1952. 52 pp. $1.
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CHIVAS REGAL 12 YEAR OLD SCOTCH WHISKY
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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C.E.W.
Dartmouth's 184th academic year began officially on the morning of September 24. As a prelude to the start of classes, the freshmen flooded in a week earlier, adding a new touch to the local scene with the green and white crew
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THE COLLEGE
Heat and Hubbub
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C.E.W.
The stereotyped description of mid-September has the freshmen bringing the summer calm to an end. But this year there never was a summer calm, unless one speaks relatively; there was too much going on in Hanover from late June
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THE COLLEGE
Human Relations
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C.E.W.
THE Dartmouth curriculum this fall includes a new course in Human Relations, being taught by faculty members from the psychology, sociology and philosophy departments. Financed at the outset by a gift of $50,000 from an
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THE COLLEGE
Athletic Policy
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C.E.W.
On the Dartmouth athletic front this fall, everything seems to be following a familiar pattern, with football, soccer and cross-country teams romping about outdoors and with the football ticket office in the gym the focus of
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THE COLLEGE
A Wall Hoo Wah!
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C.E.W.
FOR GABRIEL FARRELL '11, elected Honorary President of the newly organized International Educators of Blind Youths.
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THE COLLEGE
Ivy Group Agreement
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C.E.W.
The phrase "Ivy Group" was used by the presidents of Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton and Yale in their July 9 announcement of a new agreement renewing and strengthening their 1945 compact
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THE COLLEGE
Fund Tops $600,000
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C.E.W.
Breaking all records, the 1952 Alumni Fund went well beyond its goal with a grand total of $611,531. This annual gift to the College exceeds that of all previous Fund drives, topping the high 1951 figure of $577,263 by $34,268.
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THE COLLEGE
Miscellany
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C.E.W.
In its September 13 issue The Saturday Evening Post ran an article "Why We Picked Dartmouth" by the father-son writing team of Pete Martin and Peter B. Martin "51, former Undergraduate Editor of this MAGAZINE. "It was time, I
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Daniel Webster's College Days
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EDWARD CONNERY LATHEM '51
An account, based on the College Collections, of incidents in the Dartmouth life of the immortal statesman, who died 100 years ago this month
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College to Honor Webster
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THE 100th anniversary of the death of Daniel Webster, which occurred October 24, 1852, will be doubly observed by the College this month, first at a special convocation to be held in Webster Hall on Dartmouth Night, October 17, and
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Dartmouth Men Active In the Big '52 Fight
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C. E. W.
WHATEVER the outcome of the Presidential election next month, there will be Dartmouth men in top campaign positions who worked hard to swing the victory to their side of the political fence. The "Dartmouth in Politics"
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Citizen's Bookshelf . . .
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The following books about party politics, the candidates and some of the issues involved in the 1952 Presidential campaign are suggested by Profs. Robert K. Carr '29 and John W. Masland of Dartmouth's department of government.
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The Hanover Scene
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Bill Mccarter '19
IN his Life and Opinions, Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, makes this observation:
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The New Dean . . .
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JOHN HURD '21
LANGUOROUSLY stretched out, all fluffy tulle and platinum hair except for a Dietrichesque silken leg stretched out with a coy garter at the upper extremity, Jean Harlow was holding the hand of the Dean of Dartmouth College,
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Class Funds Near Million Mark
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As the above chart makes clear, the class fund achievements of recent years are taking the Memorial Fund program far beyond the hopes of those who initiated it in 1938. With a current total of $893,500, the million-dollar mark is likely
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North of Boston
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PARKER MERROW '25
THEY ain't much happened sence the last riting. Long last June my daughter phones from the University of New Hampshire where she is a junior being exposed to an educashun and asts will I pick her up when she gets out of her
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The Administration Holds A Picnic
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A NEARLY COMPLETE GATHERING OF DARTMOUTH'S TOP ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS took place at The Keenes' in Etna late in June at a farewell picnic for Dean Neidlinger and Assistant Treasurer Donald L. Barr, resigned, and Prof. Francis J. Neef, retired
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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AMONG newcomers to the Dartmouth faculty this fall are two visiting lecturers. Prof. Jack H. Sandground, formerly Lecturer in the Department of Preventive Medicine at New York Medical School and
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Addition to Cohen Endowment Fund Increases Grand Total to $1,353,417
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE last month received an additional $122,331 from the estate of the late Justice William N. Cohen '79, one of the College's greatest benefactors, under whose will Dartmouth, beginning with the major distribution
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Football
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Cliff Jordan '45
All signs point to the fact that the Big Green will field a more potent team this fall than they did in 1951. Graduation losses were not as heavy as a year ago and Coach Tuss McLaughry has 26 lettermen returning to action this
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With Big Green Teams
DCAC Loss $79,710
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Cliff Jordan '45
The 1951-52 operations of the Dartmouth College Athletic Council resulted in a net loss of $79,710, it was disclosed by William H. McCarter '19, director of athletics, in his annual financial report. The year's loss was
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With Big Green Teams
Leading Football Candidates by Positions
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Cliff Jordan '45
LE Thielscher—D Boyle—R Patten—R Collimore—S Ellis—S
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Sports
With Big Green Teams
Soccer
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Cliff Jordan '45
Thirty-six varsity soccer candidates reported to Coach Tom Dent in mid-September. Leading the returning veterans is Captain Jack Hall, twice named All-American fullback, who last year went all the way through to the finals of
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With Big Green Teams
Cross-Country
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Cliff Jordan '45
Also counting heavily on sophomores to bolster the cross-country squad is Coach Ellie Noyes. Last fall he had an undefeated freshman team, led by Dick Hogarty, and he expects at least five of these men to step up to the varsity.
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With Big Green Teams
Green Jottings . . .
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Cliff Jordan '45
One of the most frequent questions "What do the coaches do during the summer?" is easy to answer, at least as far as the Dartmouth coaches are concerned. They work. Football coaches Milt Piepul and John Dell Isola teamed up
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Fall Schedules
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Cliff Jordan '45
VARSITY FOOTBALL
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GETTING STARTED
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Pre-season practice is double hard work
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Glasses
Long Island
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ALBERT C. FISHER '29
The evening of August 27 marked the end of the usual summer lull in alumni activities. A group of about 15 executive-committee members had an evening of good fellowship at the home of Bud Hummel '42 in East Williston, L. I.
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News From Clubs & Glasses
D.O.C. of No. California
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WINSOR D. WILKINSON '10
JIM ADAMS '43
Normally the Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California is ably represented in this magazine by Winsor D. Wilkinson '10, secretary-treasurer of the, club. However, this month I am going to deviate from the normal procedure and
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Hartford
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BERNARD S. GOODRICH '28
At the annual meeting of the Club, the following officers were selected for 1952-53: RichFisher '41, president; Bob MacGregor '38, vice-president; Culver Modisette '50, vice-president; Cal Billings '28, treasurer; and BunGoodrich,
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Kansas City
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GEORGE A. ROGERS '45
Ben Moats '46 has been elected president of the Kansas City Dartmouth Club for the coming year. Ben takes over the reins from BillSchopflin '38, who has done an excellent job in guiding the Kansas City Club through the past year's
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Indianapolis
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GEORGE W. MAHONEY JR. '40
The Indianapolis contingents of Dartmouth and Princeton met at Jack Holliday's farm for their summer get-together, with an attendance of some 30 Dartmouth and 24 Princeton men, wives, and escorted young things. The Dartmouths
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Philadelphia
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ARTHUR B. JOPSON JR. '45
With the ending of spring, we held our annual picnic on June 21 at Tindie's ValleyForge Farm. The day of the social was miserably cold and drizzly so that only 40 out of the 100 anticipated guests attended. With more than enough
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Central New Jersey
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ARTHUR J. O'MARA '09
At the annual meeting held in June at the Carteret Club in Trenton, Dick Beshlin '29 as president closed a very successful year. The meeting was a double-barreled affair, since it was combined with a lawn party for the members
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Utah
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ALBERT J. COLTON '47
AL COLTON '47
The Utah Dartmouth Club assembled for a Canyon picnic on Friday night, August 29. Storm Mountain, in Big Cottonwood Canyon, about 15 miles south of Salt Lake City, was the scene of the group's second get-together of the year. As
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Southern Florida
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GEORGE E. PATTERSON JR. '39
AL GOTTSCHALDT '18
Charles T. Garnsey '20 will head the Dartmouth Club of South Florida for the coming year, with George E. Patterson, Jr. '39 as secretary-treasurer. Elected vice-presidents were M. H. Kantzler '3B of Miami Beach, GeorgeM. Boughton
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
GARTH JONES '48
John Ford's Field-Photo Club in San Fernando Valley was the scene June 21 of Dartmouth-of-Southern-Cali£ornia's biggest blowout of the year, highlighted by announcement of new officers. Local men of Dartmouth, stout athletes
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Lowell
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ARTHUR F. WOODIES '14
Howard W. Wing '15 was elected president of the Lowell Dartmouth Club at its annual meeting in June. He succeeds Dr. William R.Pepin '18, who had held the position for two year. John E. Leggat '45 was chosen vice-president; Paul L.
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Charles River
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RICHARD C. LITCHFIELD '22
Election of officers for the year 1952-53 took place at the annual spring meeting of the Charles River Dartmouth Club and followed a buffet supper and talk by Ross McKenney. The new slate is as follows: Robert S. Fox '33,
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Western Pennsylvania
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CARLL K. TRACY '49
MALCOLM D. CORNER '44
DARTMOUTH MEN
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Cincinnati
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ROBERT C. MCQUEEN '43
By the time these notes appear, Dartmouth men in the Cincinnati area will have received a detailed description of the activities planned for the 1952-1953 season. A varied program has been arranged by the Club's executive
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Worcester
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SAMUEL H. SNOW '40
The annual election of officers resulted in the following slate of officers for the year 1952-53: Sidney C. Crawford '15, president; Cyril F. Penney '25, first vice president; Dr.Donald Hight '30, second vice president; Samuel H. Snow
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Washington, D. C.
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DONALD P. COLE '19
The annual picnic of the Dartmouth Club of Washington, D. C., held in Bethesda, Md., September 13, with many alumni, wives, children and other guests present, marks the opening of another busy year for the Club. RussPage '36
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Vermont
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ALBERT C. BLISS '27
Following a dinner at the Outing Club last spring, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Vermont elected new officers for the year 1952-53, and heard the report by Jim Oberlander '26 on the high percentage of applicants accepted
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Oklahoma City
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EDGAR R. OPPENHEIM '39
ROBERT J. RIGGS JR. '44
Recently the Dartmouth Club of Western Oklahoma met at a luncheon session in Oklahoma City to elect a slate of new officers. The following were elected: Robert J. Riggs Jr.'44, president; Morrison G. Tucker '32, vicepresident;
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Milwaukee
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WILLIAM S. TRUMP '46
Almost 40 pounds of roast beef were devoured by the same number of Dartmouth men and their wives at our annual picnic, August 23. The outing featured a crippling game of baseball, vast amounts of food and a barrel of
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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, Davison-Paxon Dining Room BALTIMORE (D), third Wednesday, Blackstone Apts.
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News From the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
The Class President and Secretary sent a personal letter of thanks to those who contributed Memorial gifts to the Alumni Fund. For the tenth consecutive year such gifts have put '86 way out in front of all the other classes in
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News From the Classes
1887
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FRANK B. SANBORN
Soon after our reunion in June at the 65th Anniversary of our graduation, two events happened that deserve first place in the records of the Class of namely: the sudden death of Mrs. Fred Howland, June 19, and then the sudden
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News From the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
Rev. John Lew and Mrs. Clark recently celebrated their Golden Wedding at the home of their daughter Anne at Needham, Mass. During the summer they have visited their daughter Catherine at Marshfield Hills and son Robert and
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News From the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Under Letters to the Editor in this issue is an article contributed by your secretary in which is published a letter written at the time of Daniel Webster's death by Mrs. Ellen M. Joy, a sister-in-law of Webster's son Fletcher,
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News From the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
It is difficult to tell all the news it is fit to publish when the secretary looks on the list of '91 living members.
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News From the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
Dr. Harry Sanders of Claremont, N. H., passed away June 7. Studious and reserved, but always pleasantly helpful, he was one of '93's most respected members. His life has been one of much usefulness in his chosen profession. He
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News From the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
Word comes from A. W. Rollins, son of Mrs. J. Irving Read, of a tragic accident which occurred July 18 near Alameda, Calif. Irving and his wife were driving down a steep hill when brakes failed to work and, as a result, Irving
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News From the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
CHARLES A. HOLDEN
As I sit down this oppressively hot September day to write notes for the survivors of my Class to read in the cooler days of October, I'm at a loss to know where to begin and where to quit, as space allotted to classes in the
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News From the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Walter Page Weston and Family
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News From the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
Another college year comes up and some of us who are turning our thoughts back to the elms and their shadows cast afar feel that we would like to think of the everlasting elms and the green of the campus, but we know that
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News From the Classes
1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
The past winter Was not a favorable one for '98 in Florida for Mush Jones had a miserable winter, Fred Bennis had the flu twice, while his sister had it three times, and your secretary had an attack of virus pneumonia.
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Hats off to Class Agent P. Winchester for his outstanding success in exceeding our class quota by more than 43 percent and hats off also to the contributors of '99 who responded so generously 100 percent participation to his
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News From the Classes
1900
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LEONARD W. TUTTLE
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
The annual class round-up was held at Kezar Lake, North Sutton, N. H., June 20 to 22. Present: Butterfield, Christy, Dun jap, Fletcher, Hadlock, Hastings, Hayden, Jenkins, Piescott, Proctor, Putnam, Rankin, Sampson, Sears,
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News From the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
This summer Gene Leach writes he is in better shape than for several years. Has slowed down some and cannot climb mountains or play golf, but does spend part of the day in his office and looks after his many interests. ... Bemns
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES
DAVIS B. KENISTON
This is the first of the class notes to be written by your new secretary. Scared? Of course, I am. Could it be otherwise in one who succeeds so capable a secretary as PhilThompson? The more I study his class records the surer I am
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News From the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Attending Commencement were DickBrown, Kennerson, Tink and Mrs. Erwin,Harold and Mrs. Hess, Ray and Mrs. Brown. They had a very pleasant reunion.
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News From the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
This is the first year of our class life that we have had monthly news throughout the year. Squid has supplied us with fact-full commentary on Who's doing What in 1904; and his top-flight Fund work placed us first with a
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News From the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
Our interim reunion July 11-13 is the big news of this edition of our class notes. We gathered, with wives and other relatives, at Hanover Inn with a total count of 54, of whom 30 were members of the class. This was an excellent
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News From the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
As every alumnus knows, Dartmouth College would be in a bad way financially if it were not for the Alumni Fund.
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News From the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
Another significant milestone was passed when '07 celebrated its 45th. It's a bit early to get steam up for the 50th, but how about a 46th?
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News From the Classes
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Arthur S. Hopkins will retire on October 1 as Director of the Division of Lands and Forests of the State of New York, after 38 vears of service with the Conservation Department. He will become executive secretary of the
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News From the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
"Terse it up," says Charlie Widnayer, distinguished editor of the ALUMNI MAG. "Make the class notes snappy, concise, breezy, pithy, to the point, sententious and succinct." The idea is that they've got to cut six pages out of
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News From the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
EARLE H. PIERCE
Here we go for another College year our 46th since entering, which is another way of noting how time has passed. The informal reunion is behind us and it was a grand shot in the arm for all who attended. There will undoubtedly
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGEANT F. EATON
The 1911 party at Whitefield last June was participated in by 15 classmates and wives as follows: Pearson, Clarks (Josh and Ken),Hedges, Learoyd, Shepherd, Russell, Gris-luold, Sarge Eaton, Applegate, Burleigh, Mayo,Hart, Cooper, Hurley.
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News From the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
Well, here we are again at the chore that will come about for the next ten months of writing these class notes to meet the deadline of the fifth of each month for the following month's issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. While I have
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Earle Bidwell's son Bruce has finished his second year at West Point and was in Virginia in June for amphibious landing operations with their opposite class at the Naval Academy. During his July vacation month he flew to
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News From the Classes
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
September Morn, do you remember that picture? The mists were rising over the lake this morning, but she was not there, and neither were Marian and I when Howard Potter dropped in to see us last week, which was a real
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News From the Classes
1915
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ARTHUR C. NICHOLS
RUSSELL J. RICE
It has been quite a summer, what with hot and humid weather, droughts, political conventions, baseball pennant races, etc., etc. And let it be here recorded that 1915, under the able stewardship of Marv Frederick, has gone and
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News From the Classes
1916
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F. STIRLING WILSON
C. CARLTON COFFIN
As I sit down to write this, under strict injunctions from the editor-in-chief to keep it brief and condensed, I am mindful that it will be difficult to do otherwise if you guys don't send me in some news.
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News From the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
Congratulations to all the members of Howie Stockwell's Alumni Fund Staff for the outstanding job they accomplished in the '52 Alumni Fund Drive. I won't go into detail on the results as you have all received the Sentry.
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News From the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
Never more deserved tribute was paid than to our George Moulton Davis in the Wah Hoo Wah column of the July ALUMNI MAG. This great tribute was a total surprise to George who has been a loyal Member of the New Rochelle Board of
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News From the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
Here we go again in the 1952-53 job of keeping '19ers posted on what their classmates are doing in these delirious times. Your Sec. just finished watching part of the American Legion parade (August 26) up sth Avenue and it was
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News From the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
As everybody knows, Twenty played a lively part in the making of political history through the summer months. Never letting up in his determination to make General Eisenhower President of the United States, Sherm Adams served as
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News From the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Congratulations, you men of 1921, for winning your FIFTH Green Derby in a row! Let's shake hands all around and carry Rog Wilde and all his assistant agents off on our shoulders. Any of you who have worked in a fundraising
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News From the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W.BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
To this scribe, the writing of this first column of the new academic year is the sure sign that summer is near its end. I hope it has been a pleasant one for you readers and that it offered ample opportunity for you to do whatever
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News From the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
DR. COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
Man! How the summer has flown! It seems but yesterday that your humble servant heaved a sigh of relief that his writing stint was over for a spell May to September and shook off the cares incident to his task as Class
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News From the Classes
1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
Having just visited the corner store and invested in a brand new sheet of carbon paper, we're all set for another year of bringing you news of the Class. And there is lots of it! The boys have done right well by us this summer
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News From the Classes
1925
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KENNETH B. HILL
FORD H. WHELDEN
Now that a poor weather summer has passed (we had .24 inches of rain in July) let's have more letters from you with NEWS. Our annual fall class executive meeting has been called by Jack Davis for 8 p.m. Friday, November 7, in
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News From the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Since the last writing (to borrow a phrase from Parker Merrow, columnist extraordinaire of that grand old class of 1925, which plagued us so much 30 years ago this fall), a great deal has happened. Another class has graduated
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News From the Classes
1927
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CARLETON G. BROER
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
I imagine that it will look as strange to all of you as it does to me to see any name other than Doane's at the top of these notes. As you all probably know by now, Doane, by his own request, retired as Secretary at our twenty-fifth
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News From the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
Red Edgar was elected vice president-assistant to the president of the Boston & Maine Railroad" last June, which looks like a tremendously important advancement from where we sit. Red, who has been assistant to the President
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News From the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
It's good to have reason and impulse to start another year giving thanks and voicing praise for the gifts of service and substance that marked our twenty-seventh year as the Class of 1929 topped by our Alumni Fund contribution
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News From the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Your Secretary hopes that the summer was a gay and enjoyable one for every member of the 1930 family.
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News From the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
PETER B. EVANS
More than three months ago as I write, and approximately four months ago as you read, was the Big 20th. My natural and almost-unquenchable desire is to review it here or any place ad infinitum. But that wouldn't be fair to
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News From the Classes
1932
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JOHN A. WRIGHT
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
My efforts in the past to contact members of our class have been confined largely to sending out bills for dues or solicitations for support to the Alumni Fund. In this new capacity as secretary, I am going to hold up a mirror
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News From the Classes
1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
WILLIAM T. DEWEY
The last issue of these notes was concerned only with our 20th Reunion. Now this reporter settles down to the exacting and exciting task of attempting to fill the copious and versatile shoes of John Monagan and George
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News From the Classes
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. CILBERT
As ye sec, after a too short summer, pulls his Little Dandy No. 6 portable over creaking knees, gratified to find the paunch encroaching only slightly more upon the spacing bar, thoughts are on the problem of news gathering in
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News From the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART
JOHN WALLACE
Well, gentlemen here's the beginning of another season. Here's October and cool colorful afternoons and football games. And here's the usual heavy accumulation of notes and correspondence that piles up over the summer
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News From the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
Now that we're back at fourth estate stuff it's a sure sign that summer is over ... hope you all had a pleasant one and are preparing a long "newsy" letter for us recounting unlimited bits for the column.
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News From the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
The summer just passed has brought two tragic happenings to our class. Bill Pettengill was killed in an automobile accident in Sweden last June, the details of which are to be found in the Necrology section of this issue, and,
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News From the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTRIE
This being the big reunion year for 1938, perhaps a large dose of continual nostalgia would be in order throughout the coming months, leading to the gala weekend in June when we convene with 1937 and 1939.
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News From the Classes
1939
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THOMAS T. BROOKS JR.
DON C. WHEATON JR.
Labor Day, the end of another summer and the deadline for the October issue all seem to tumble in together. We hope you have all had a fine summer and are glad to be back with the '39 gang for a few minutes each month. Nothing
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News From the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
Here begins another season of meeting monthly deadlines in the delivery of such news as your secretary has at hand. The all too short summer respite gave opportunity to gather the news results of a few personal encounters with
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News From the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
It used to be that for me the first signs of fall were the yellowing leaves, the run of tough-fighting bluefish out in Plum Gut, the long losing streaks of the Brooklyn Dodgers and the first thud of leather shoes against
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News From the Classes
1942
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ROBERT B. DEWEY
CHARLES F. STURZ
Now that all of you good people have had several months to go out and make news, let's hear about it. Your poor struggling reporter wants to make a solemn pledge, as of now, to answer any and all correspondence which you
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News From the Classes
1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
Here we are again ensconced between 1942 and 1944 notes in your favorite magazine. We trust that all of you had a pleasant summer and were able to spend a few weeks either at the seashore or in the mountains.
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News From the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
You will be saddened to hear of the untimely death of John Churchill. John was the victim of a tragic mountain climbing accident in the Swiss Alps. Further details will be found in the In Memoriam section this month or next.
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News From the Classes
1945
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JOHN C. MANN
RODNEY A. WALSER
Back doing business at the same old stand. It seems rather a let-down after a summer in Europe. But, I return with great news for everyone. I, SEC, am engaged to be married. Most of you won't believe it, but I assure you, it's
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
Dues and Don'ts
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News From the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
EDWARD P. SCULLY
It's fall again, football time, too. Some of you are probably getting children off to school for the first time, others just wishing they were old enough. Your secretary is just in the wishing stage, with Louisa 2 years and 7
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
ROBERT L. MERRIAM
Before trying to make some order out of the bulletins before me concerning various '48s round about the world, I'd like to thank Bob Herrick for the swell job he did over the past two years in writing these notes. I knew I'd be
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
LT. DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
Summers certainly fly when you're having a good time, and here it is Labor Day and time to hit the typewriter to beat out the smattering of class news which has accumulated since May. Not as much of it as there should be due to
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1950
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ENS. SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
What with the return of Kukla, Fran and Ollie to TV, the World Series and weekly wagerings on the outcome of the pigskin prowess of the Big Green, this collection of class outings and innings for the summer season may pass
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
ENS. KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
Congratulations to all you Little Green Derby winners. Dave Hilton and his assistant agents are to be commended for an immensely successful job on the Fund, made possible by the splendid cooperation of the whole gang. And here's
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Class Notes
News From the Classes
1952
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ENS. ROBERT D. BRACE
DONALD F. MACLEOD
Here is the first installment of the '52 class notes as written from a stateroom on the "Nasty Nan" at anchor in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Hot is putting it midly; here's wishing for those cool autumn afternoons and a football game
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He Likes Rain
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The unusual drought conditions which prevailed throughout the East this summer, creating the threat of large forest fires, brought a familiar responsibility to Arthur S. Hopkins '08. As Director of the Division of Lands and
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Ends DCAC Job
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Upon the conclusion of 25 years of service as Treasurer of the DCAC, Max A. Norton '19, Bursar and Assistant Treasurer of the College, was thanked by William H. McCarter '19, Director of Athletics, in the formal yearly report
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Article
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Ambassador to Korea
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One of the noted travelers who returned last month from abroad, Ellis O. Briggs '21 was on his way from his former post as Ambassador to Czechoslovakia to begin his new responsibilities as Ambassador to Korea. Perhaps his most
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Article
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Cornell Botany Head
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Dr. Harlan P. Banks '34, a member of the Cornell University faculty since 1949, was recently appointed the new head of the Botany Department to succeed Dr. Lewis Knudson, who retired last July.
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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CLARKSON COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
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MOHAWK ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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A. W. Frey
OLD "news" by now is the graduation of 48 Masters of Commercial Science on June 1 last. Degrees were awarded by President Dickey at exercises held in Dartmouth Hall. Amos N. Blandin '18, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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William P. Kimball '29
WITH the beginning of a new school year, the anticipated upswing in Thayer School enrollment has become a reality. Thirty-nine first-year students have entered Thayer and Tuck-Thayer this year, compared with nineteen last year.
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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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GULF
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Alumni Register
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