Issue: 19521201

Monday, December 1, 1952
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Canpion's of Dartmouth
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CAMBRIDGE-BEACHES, BERMUDA
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TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE CHAMPAGNES
TAYLOR'S NEW YORK STATE CHAMPAGNES
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As a special section of this month's issue we present the annual Alumni Fund Report, on Pages 16 through 21. In the regular class columns are listed the names of the contributors who made possible the record-breaking results
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Masthead
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This Month
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Maypole Brothers, Inc.
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Coul Gables Florida
Coul Gables Florida
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DARTMOUTH SMOKE SHOP
DARTMOUTH SMOKE SHOP
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Reply to Cardozo
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Hymn to Dartmouth
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Stephen Chase '96 has written a Hymn toDartmouth which has been sent to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE by friends with the thought that some alumnus might wish to set it to music. The hymn follows:
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THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
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Bermuda
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Beaulieu Vineyard
Beaulieu Vineyard
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Books
Books
THE TEACHER OF TEACHERS.
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A. O. Davidson
. By HaroldO. Rugg '08. Harper Brothers. 1952. 308pp. $4.00.
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Books
WHAT IS MAN
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T. S. K. Scott-Craig
By Stanwood Cobb '03. Avalon Press. Unpaged. $2.00.
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Books
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TEXTBOOK OF WOOD TECHNOLOGY VOLUME II
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F. S. Page '13
The Physical, Mechanical,and Chemical Properties of the CommercialWoods of the United States. By H. P. Brown,A. J. Panshin, and C. C. Forsaith '13. McGraw-Hill Book Cos. 1952. 78 pp. $10.00.
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MYTHS AND REALITIES: SOCIETIES OF THE COLONIAL SOUTH.
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Wayne E. Stevens
By Carl Bridenbaugh '25. Louisiana State UniversityPress. 1952. x, 208 pp. $3.25.
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MINORITIES IN AMERICAN SOCIETY.
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George F. Theriault '33
By Charles F. Marden '23. New York:American Book Company. 493 pp.
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EVERY DOG SHOULD HAVE A MAN.
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John Hurd '21
ByCorey Ford ' . New York: Henry Holt &Cos. 1952. 40 pp. $1.00.
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DOS COMEDIAS DE AZORIN.
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Joseph B. Folger '21
Edited by Francisco Ugarte. Houghton Mifflin Cos.1952. 164. pp. $2.00.
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Brooks Brothers, Clothing
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ROYAL PARK INN
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THE COCKTAIL VERMOUTH
THE COCKTAIL VERMOUTH
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Alumni Articles
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The Sino-Mongolian Inscription of 1346, by Francis W. Cleaves '33, appears in the June issue of Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies.
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Woodcock Are Where You Find Them, by Sidney C. Hayward '26 and illustrated by Paul Sample '20, appears in the October issue of Sports Afield.
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TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM
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Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane
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A Visit with Dartmouth's Oldest Living Graduate
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WILLIAM R. TILLOTSON '77, who recently retired from his business activities at the age of 96, was visited this fall by two alumni seeking news of Dartmouth's oldest living alumnus. The MAGAZINE was fortunate in receiving an
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Mont Tremblant Lodge
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Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
ANY of the books herein mentioned would make excellent Christmas presents. They range from fourvolume works at $35 to a single volume by the late Sam Cobean at $3.95.
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You'll find "Hanover" on 39th Street & Park Avenue
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TRANS WORLD AIRLINES
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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The steadily growing scope of the College's financial aid program is revealed in figures released November 23 by Albert I. Dickerson '30, chairman of the Committee on Scholarships and Loans. More than $490,000 has been awarded
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THE COLLEGE
Joint Fund Effort
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Dartmouth College last month joined forces with 22 other independent colleges in New England to form The New England Colleges Fund, Inc., a regional organization which will jointly seek financial support from business and
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THE COLLEGE
A New Course
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In the October issue of the Alumni Magazine brief mention was made of a new course in Human Relations. Just before Thanksgiving recess more details were made known concerning this "new and different" course which will be added
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THE COLLEGE
1956
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The freshmen start off their college careers each fall as a class unit rather than as the group of individuals they will gradually become in the College consciousness. If one wants to know what the newest Dartmouth class is
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THE COLLEGE
A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR EDGAR W. HIESTAND '10 (R), elected to Congress from the 21st District of California.
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THE COLLEGE
Joy for Jerry
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An old dream of Dartmouth hockey players and fans artificial ice for the Davis Hockey Rink seems likely to become a reality by next year, according to news released by George H. Colton '35, executive secretary of the Dartmouth
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THE COLLEGE
Great Issues Speakers
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Well known businessmen, educators and labor leaders will come to Hanover during December and January to address the Great Issues course on a variety of topics falling under the general head of "Domestic Issues." A steel company
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THE COLLEGE
Ravine Lodge Closed
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Dartmouth's Moosilauke Ravine Lodge at Warren, N. H., was closed by the College on November 1 and will not be reopened until about June 1. Operation of the Blue Ridge ski tow at Moosilauke will also be suspended for the coming
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The 1952 Alumni Fund
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KENNETH M. HENDERSON '16
THROUGH the generosity of alumni, parents and friends of Dartmouth the 1952 Alumni Fund reached a new high of $611,500. This record total, the equivalent of the income, at 4%, on $15,000,000 of endowment, enabled the College
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1952 Alumni Fund Statement
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RECEIPTS: 14,871 contributions from Dartmouth alumni $517,085.52 85% 644 contributions from Dartmouth parents 44,120.00 7% 631 contributions in memory of alumni and other ' gifts of Dartmouth friends 17,505.39 3% Income on
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Class Achievements, '52 Alumni Fund
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Par- Per CentCon- ticipation of Ob- CombinedClass Class Agent tributors Index1 Contributions jective Rating2Group I—Green Derby 1904 Charles J. Lampee 104 112 $ 5,389.75 146 258 1902 Roy W. Hatch 78 111 3,550.69 142 253 1903 Morton B.
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Alumni Fund Endowment Funds
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established to perpetuate or supplement annual Alumni Fund gifts. The income of each fund is considered to be the contribution of the alumnus designated, and is included among the gifts received from his class.
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Glass Newsletter Editors, 1952
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Class Editor 1906 Arthur W. Chapin 1908 George E. Squier 1909 John R. Childs 1910 Russell D. Meredith 1912 H. Lyman Armes 1914 John F. Conners 1916 F. Stirling Wilson 1917 John F. Wheelock 1919 George W. Rand
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$26,000 Bequest Added To Scholarship Funds
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THE College, as residuary beneficiary, has received the sum of $26,201.50 from the estate of the late Julia A. Hidden, of Cambridge, Mass. The bequest is to be used as a scholarship endowment fund in memory of the Rev. Samuel
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Parents and the Alumni Fund
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ANDREW A. FRASER
DARTMOUTH alumni will undoubtedly be impressed by the fact that 644 parents joined with them in the successful 1952 Alumni Fund, contributing $44,120 to the total result. Some may wonder just why it is that such a gratifying
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Class Memorial Fund Income
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Principal IncomeJune 30,1952 1951-52 1910 Memorial Fund $ 7,461.90 $ 353.01 1911 Memorial Fund 12,380.35 579.98 1912 Memorial Fund 16,320.00 802.96 1913 Memorial Fund 12,033.25 592.56 1914 Memorial Fund 16,753.09 797.18
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Total Contributions By Classes, 1906-52
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These figures include all gifts to the Alumni Fund 1915-52, the Tucker Fund 1906-14, Class Memorial Funds (principal and cumulative income), and other sundry class funds.
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Outstanding 1952 Class Accomplishments
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Largest Dollar Totals 1923 L. H. Young, Jr. 120,791.25 1915 M. L. Frederick 20,153.29 1925 M. K. Emerson 19,455.30 1921 R.C.Wilde 18,942.67 1918 R. A. Holton 15,248.00 1929 G. B. Redding 15,162.42 1930 E. R. Schuster
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Financial Report
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WITH the Aumni Fund once again playing its life-saving role in the financial operations of the College, the Dartmouth College books for 1951-52 were closed on June 30 with an unrestricted credit balance of $17,742. Before
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Income and Expense, 1951-52
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1950-51 INCOME 1951-52 $1,834,358.16 Student Fees $1,863,611.91 1,027,955.08 Net Endowment and Similar Funds Income 1,049,317.84 109,173.39 Net Gifts for Current Use 148,519.12 47,217.93 Lands and Buildings 44,456.10 23,568.30
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Dartmouth's Highest Classroom
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Dartmouth's new property at the summit of Mt. Washington has intriguing possibilities as a natural mountain laboratory. Ever since the bequest of Col. Henry N. Teague 'oo was made public last fall various departments of the College,
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Dan'l Webster Still Lives
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DR. CLAUDE M. FUESS '31h
Following is the full text of the address delivered by Dr. Fuess in Webster Hall, October 17, at the Dartmouth Night convocation honoring Daniel Webster on the 100th anniversary of his death. Dr. Fuess, former headmaster
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Island Cabin Presented As Titcomb Memorial
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DEDICATED to the memory of Captain John A. Titcomb '32 USMCR, killed in action in World War II, a new cabin on Ledyard Island was formally presented to the Ledyard Canoe Club on November 9, during the first real snow fall of the
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The Faculty
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Judson S. Lyon '40
THREE professors in the Department of Romance Languages were honored by the French Government on October 31. Prof. Francois Denoeu was made Chevalier in the Legion of Honor, and Profs. Leon Verriest and Harold E. Washburn
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Citizen's Bookshelf . . .
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The following books are on the subject of Industrial Relations which includes Personnel Administration and Labor Relations. These were suggested by Prof. J. E. Walters of the Amos Tuck School of Busness Administration.
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Faculty and Friends
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WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE 1952 FUNDFACULTY Bender, Irving E. Murch, Leslie F. Gliddon, Gordon H. Raven, Anton A. Kaney, Patrick1 Wolfenden, John H. Kaney, Patrick2
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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Richard C. Cahn '53
THERE will be no talk of undergraduate caprice under bright blue autumn skies this month. For, in spite of fond hopes, prayers and imprecations, the Hanover heavens (fully exercising their prerogative as Administrators of
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Cliff Jordan '45
As One Sports season approaches its end, another is already in the making. The Big Green football team at this point is prepping for the final game with Princeton, while the varsity basketball and hockey squads already have a
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With Big Green Teams
Cornell 13, Dartmouth 7
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Cliff Jordan '45
This was a type of game that Dartmouth has been playing far too often this fall. The Big Green looked like a world beater during the first quarter, but then fell apart at the seams and didn't recover until the opposition had two
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With Big Green Teams
Dartmouth 38, Columbia 14
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Cliff Jordan '45
It was cold and gray at Memorial Field the Friday afternoon before the Columbia game. The 33-man Columbia squad was going through a light workout and the Lions' Coach Lou Little, with his olive drab jacket collar turned up, had
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Yale 21, Dartmouth 7
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Cliff Jordan '45
Yale hadn't beaten Dartmouth for the past four consecutive years in the Bowl, but this year jovial Herman Hickman had left for the greener fields of TV and new head coach Jordan Olivar had come up with a passing combination that
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With Big Green Teams
Princeton Wins, 33-0
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Cliff Jordan '45
Dartmouth closed its 1952 football season by taking a 33-0 walloping from Princeton at Palmer Stadium on November 22. It was the largest score the Tigers have run up on the Big Green since 1934. After a scoreless first quarter,
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With Big Green Teams
Harvard 26, Dartmouth 19
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Cliff Jordan '45
The 56th renewal of the traditional Dartmouth-Harvard rivalry was rated in advance as an even game. Some of the sports writers favored the Crimson, others the Indians, and what odds were on the game were very slim. For a while
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Cross-Country
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Cliff Jordan '45
The final dual meet of the season for the Big Green runners took place October 24 against Harvard over the Franklin Park course. The Indians, led by Captain Mike Morrissey, placed five runners among the top eight to win by a
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With Big Green Teams
1953 Football Schedule
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Cliff Jordan '45
Sept. 26 Holy Cross Home Oct. 3 Navy Away Oct. 10 Army Away Oct. 17 Colgate Home Oct. 24 Harvard Away Oct. 31 Vale Away Nov. 7 Columbia Away Nov. 14 Cornell Home Nov. 21 Princeton Away
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Soccer
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Cliff Jordan '45
After dropping two of their first five games, Coach Tom Dent's soccer squad wound up the season in a blaze of glory by sweeping to five consecutive wins for a season record of 7 wins against 2 defeats. The Indian booters
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Green Jottings
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Cliff Jordan '45
While all eyes have been on the Big Green varsity football squad, Coaches Doggie Julian and Joe Sullivan have emerged with a better-than-average freshman football team this fall. The '565 lost to Harvard 13-7 but then went on
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Winter Schedules
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Cliff Jordan '45
BASKETBALL Dec. 10, Middlebury at Middlebury; 13, Amherst; 17, Vermont; 27, North Carolina State at Raleigh; 29, Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh; 30, Duquesne at Pittsburgh; Jan. 3, Siena at Loudonville; 8, Boston College; 10,
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Last Month's Results
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Cliff Jordan '45
FOOTBALL Harvard 26, Dartmouth 19; Yale si, Dartmouth 7; Dartmouth 38, Columbia 14; Cornell 13, Dartmouth 7; Princeton 33, Dartmouth 0.
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Class Notes
News From Clubs & Glasses
Hartford
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BERNARD S. COODRICH '28
A busy month for the Hartford group ended with the annual dinner at Les Shaw's on October 31, the night before the Yale-Dartmouth game. The sixty-odd members enjoyed the speakers, Ross McKenney and Elmer Lampe. Movies of the
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Houston
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WADE T. ELIOTT '49
Dartmouth Night in Houston was celebrated by one of our largest gatherings with much Dartmouth spirit, music, and good food. Thirty-five Dartmouth men and wives came to hear the surprising and heartily welcomed news of the
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Cincinnati
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ROBERT C. MCQUEEN '43
The most important Dartmouth Club activity in this area during the fall season was the swell cocktail and dinner party given by Shirley and Frank Simpson '41 on November 7. We had a good attendance and enjoyed ourselves
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Penn State
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Richard C. Maloney '26
The Dartmouth alumni of Pennsylvania State College held a celebration on Dartmouth Night, October 17. It was an outstanding occasion, marking the first time in present-day history that all five Dartmouth men (and their wives)
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The Great Divide
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HART D. GILCHRIST '31
It is with regret that we report the death of Fred P. Carleton '18 on October 15. He was an active officer in the accounting firm of Hanskins & Sells, and his contributions to the College and to our Association will be sorely
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Detroit
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PHILIP S. MOON '42
The Dartmouth Club of Detroit gathered 32 of its hardier members on October 17 to celebrate Dartmouth Night at the University Club. Following cocktails and dinner the Club followed Dartmouth tradition by supplying a keg of beer
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Chicago
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BRUCE BENNER JR. '49
Dartmouth Night, honored by a cocktail party held at the University Club, found many Chicago alumni assembled, with a number of new members welcomed into a traditional Club gathering. A telegram bearing greeting from your
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News From Clubs & Glasses
North Carolina
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EARL ARTHURS '35
On the evening of October 23, members and wives of the Charlotte Club were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley C. Thompson '17 at their Catawba River lodge, 15 miles from here in South Carolina.
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Springfield
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GEORGE E. HOPKINS '46
The first annual Dartmouth-Yale cocktail party was held the evening of October 30, and for all 75 who attended it was considered a huge success. Mickie Miller '40 deserves all the credits for such an able job on the arrangements.
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Western Pennsylvania
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CARLL K. TRACY '49
The Dartmouth Club of Western Pennsyl vania held its annual Dartmouth Night celebration at the University Club on October 17. About 40 men turned out for the affair, a disappointing number considering the excellent program
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Washington, D. C.
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DONALD P. COLE '19
The football luncheon for the Dartmouth-Cornell game at the Hotel Willard Congressional Room November 15 highlighted the month's program of the Dartmouth Club of Washington, D. C. Dartmouth was the host for this year's radio
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Southern California
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LEON I. ROTHSCHILD '24
Cap Palmer '23
Danzig's Young Blood Administration threw its first big party Friday October 17 to celebrate an old Dartmouth occasion in a new hotel with old and new alumni. A good 70 men turned out, drawn by Dartmouth Night of course, but
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Portland, Maine
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EDGAR A. CURTIS JR. '40
The first meeting of the new season of the Dartmouth Club of Maine was held at the Cumberland Club on October 17 in conjunction with Dartmouth Night. There was a good turn-out, and a good time was had by all.
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Georgia
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LOUIS J. FORTUNA '38
Dartmouth Night Dinner-Meeting, held at The Naval Officers' Club, was attended by 16 alumni with wives and guests. Mrs. DavidDorwood ('11) accompanied the group-singing led by Warren Agry '45; and John O'Brion '32, outgoing
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Berkshire County
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HARRY B. JOHNSON '04
Some 46 alumni and their wives attended the annual dinner meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Berkshire County, October 17, at the Country Club of Pittsfield. Probate Judge F. Anthony Hanlon '22 spoke on the famous Dartmouth
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Long Island
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ALBERT C. FISHER '29
Ed Warnke's home in Lynbrook was the locale for the November executive meeting of the Long Island Association. One newcomer to our group was Eddie Reece '28, who used to weave his way through the opposing backfield at a pretty
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Greater Lawrence
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GEOFFREY GLENDINNING '28
Timing its annual meeting to coincide with the celebration of Dartmouth Night at Hanover, the Dartmouth Club of Greater Lawrence met at the Andover Country Club on the evening of October 17. Jack McKallagat and his committee,
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Mohawk Valley
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GILBERT H. JONES '45
The Dartmouth Club of the Mohawk Valley celebrated Dartmouth Night at a dinner meeting in the Fort Schuyler Club in Utica. Thirteen members were in attendance.
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News From Clubs & Glasses
New York City
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KENNETH C. QUENCER '23
Ralph Smith '46
Football Frolics: On November 15, as the Green sought the scalp of the James boys in Ithaca, a large gathering of members of the Dartmouth Club of New York enjoyed the annual fall cocktail party. Old friends and new, accompanied
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News From Clubs & Glasses
Rhode Island
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
The annual outing was held last June at the Gloucester Country Club. In spite of a cold evening, a great time was enjoyed by the group. Better plan to be there next spring.
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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
The Old Guard
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1852 Frost, Carlton P1 MEMORIAL GIFT FROM: Grandson, Carlton P.Frost '18.
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News from the Classes
1884
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JOSEPH S. MATTHEWS
1884 Fund Contributors
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News from the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
1885 Fund Contributors
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News from the Classes
1886
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WILLIAM P. KELLY
1886 Fund Contributors
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News from the Classes
1887
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FRANK B. SANBORN
Carl Henry Corwin passed away at his home in Tampa, Fla., Oct. 14, 1952 (see In Memoriam this issue). At Dartmouth he was a conscientious student in good standing and an enthusiast for religious principles. Throughout his life
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News from the Classes
1888
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WILLIAM W. LOUGEE
WENDELL WILLIAMS
1888 Fund Contributors
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
Your secretary, in his capacity as class treasurer, desires to express his sincere appreciation of. the promptness with which our six living graduate members and our non-graduate member responded in payment of class dues for
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News from the Classes
1890
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WILL A. CHARLES
With this issue, Will A. Charles takes over as Class Secretary for 1890. As a prologue to his notes, the editors print the following from a letter written by Mr. Charles to his Hanover classmate, Prof. John H. Gerould: "I am
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News from the Classes
1891
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FRANK E. ROWE
As members of '91 know, Franklin H. B.Heald died on October 7. The card sent out incorrectly stated the date as October 6. He was a good loyal member of the Class and one the secretary will certainly miss. In Memoriam will contain
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News from the Classes
1891
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BERT E. HOLLAND
1892 Fund Contributors
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News from the Classes
1893
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WILLARD G. ABORN
GUY W. COX
The Class of '93 has lost another of its most loyal members. George Dodge passed away October 9. Greatly respected and much loved by his classmates, George had endeared himself to the entire College of our time. He was
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News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
A quotation from Irving Read's letters which was omitted from the obituary sketch of him in the last issue must be given here. It shows how much he regretted that his residence farthest West prevented his meeting with the
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News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
CHARLES A. HOLDEN
Dud West and his good wife have followed their usual annual routine. They drove East from their home in Moline, 111., to make a round of visits on relatives and friends. They came to my house for a short visit as they have done
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News from the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Your secretary is happy to present a brief story of Stephen Chase and his family.
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News from the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
While in Hanover on a recent visit in September, I drove around the five-mile square, as we called it in my track team training days where we ran the long distance races, now known as the Reservoir Road trip, here for the first
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News from the Classes
1898
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HENRY D. CROWLEY
JUNE 12, 13, 14, 1953
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News from the Classes
1899
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JOSEPH W. GANNON
EDWARD R. SKINNER
December birthday felicitations to MontieFuller, for more than half a century a sincere, devoted, self-sacrificing worker in God's ministry; to Joe Hobbs, retired long-time educator —he and wife Elsie left November 1 for their
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News from the Classes
1900
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LEONARD W. TUTTLE
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Word has reached us of the death of Mrs.Arthur Kimball on October 4. It will be remembered that her husband, our classmate, died in November 1921. She is survived by four children: Mrs. James Eden-Kilgour (Virginia), Mrs. Robert E.
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News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
The Henry Taylors recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, and the announcement of the birth of a great grandchild added greatly to the event.... Steve andMarion Stevens spent a delightful week the first of September
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News from the Classes
1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES
DAVIS B. KENISTON
Les Farr spent the summer in the White Mountains, in which peaceful environment it is whispered that he has devised stratagems which will make the Dartmouth Club bridge team unbeatable.
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News from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
Your secretary attended the ceremonies at the Webster grave in Marshfield, Mass., on October 24. President Dickey, on behalf of the Trustees of Dartmouth College, presented to the Town of Marshfield a bronze tablet mounted on a
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News from the Classes
1904
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DAVID S. AUSTIN II
THOMAS W. STREETER
At Beck's alarm voices from all over the nation began Sept. 17 from Washington State Crack Corn Smith and Mo Lockwood; BullTurner from Missouri; Kirker from Maryland; Ned Bartlett, Niagara Falls; Perkins and Major Sharp,
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News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
GILBERT H. FALL
According to my latest report from our faithful Tub Besse, Bill Knibbs is making a satisfactory recovery from the severe operation that he underwent early this fall. We all wish you the best of health, Bill.
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News from the Classes
1906
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NORMAN RUSSELL
EDWARD B. REDMAN
The annual pre-Harvard dinner in Boston was a great success as to quality but the quantity was lacking. It was the smallest number we have ever had, only 22 and one guest. So we were very glad to have the 1905 group celebrating
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News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
On the evening of October 24 a small bat enthusiastic group of '07 men attended a preDartmouth-Harvard game dinner at the University Club in Boston. Those present were: Bartlett, Coburn, Cochrane, Kitching,McLane, Pierce, Sanborn,
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News from the Classes
1908
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WILLIAM D KNIGHT
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Word has just come through of the passing of Harold Morey in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, on October 19. Harold prepared for college at Hartford High School and lived in Wilder. He had lived in Liverpool since his retirement several
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News from the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Since the advent of the last column, Childs has taken a little trip for himself to the Windy City that's Chicago, in case you don't know. That guy must live right, for the weather was perfect, just like it was when he was in
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
EARLE H. PIERCE
Well, twelve of us TENNERS stirred ourselves out of our easy chairs in front of the TV and travelled to the University Club, Boston, for the reunion dinner, night before the Harvard game. It sure was worthwhile. Seven of the
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
SARGENT F. EATON
Sadness has struck thrice into the ranks of 1911 in the past two months with the deaths of Jack Barry, Louis Hall and Everett Roberts. Many will remember Jack Barry as the genial classmate who worked his way through College at
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News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
Apparently those classmates who go into retirement nevertheless remain extremely active in other callings. You will remember that some years ago Hal Fuller retired from business to live at Hancock, N. H. Almost immediately he
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News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
The Reunion Committee appointed by President Jack Nelson, headed by Henry Merrill as chairman, consists of Nor Cotterall, NedCrawford, George Knight, Nate Lenferty,Fred Page and Line Wilson, Jack Nelson and Warde Wilkins ex officio
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News from the Classes
1914
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DR. WALLACE H. DRAKE
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
Unable to be present at either the Harvard game or the night-before get-together, I cannot as yet report on either one. There was a meeting of the class at the University Club on October 24 but reports o£ the day before indicated
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
Well here we go! Your new Secretary tackles this job with muoho gusto and some slight trepidation. With all the good wishes, however, and cooperative spirit you fellows have already shown who wouldn't be enthusiastic?
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News from the Classes
1916
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C. CARLTON COFFIN
F. STIRLING WILSON
It is always a saddening experience to receive news of the passing of a classmate, and especially one so full of vitality and the love of living that characterized John Monahan, whose obituary appears in this issue. In
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News from the Classes
1917
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KARL W. KOENIGER
DONALD BROOKS
As this is the Alumni Fund Issue, we are requested to cut way down on our class notes, so here goes.
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News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
DONALD L. BARR
At the 55th annual meeting of the DeWitt Clinton H. S. in N. Y. City (alumni 70,000 Dartmouth's over 25,000) our Bill Christgau was one of 5 receiving plaques for life achievements. The citation read in part: "Chris, to untold
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
MAX A. NORTON
The Woodstock-Hanover fall get-together of 1919 was, your Sec. hopes, fully covered in the Smoke Signal. To repeat, it was the largest class gathering we have ever had, outside of reunion, and a fine time was had by all 43
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News from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
ROSCOE O. ELLIOTT
That indefatigable guy (and fine gentleman) Roscoe Elliott has lately made his annual appeal for the funds that support the activities of the Class of 1920. We trust that his words ("like the Republicans, the Democrats, the
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News from the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
ROBERT M. MACDONALD
We've had good football weather in NewEngland this fall clear, crisp, and colorful.Which one of us doesn't long to visit Hanover at this time of year? Some are lucky and could make the Rutgers or Columbia games; others had to settle
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News from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
CARROLL DWIGHT
By those charged with the task of providing the additional funds needed to keep the College abreast in the fields of faculty salaries, student aid and physical plant, it is felt that an important forward step has been taken
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News from the Classes
1923
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TRUMAN T. METZEL
DR. COLIN C. STEWART 3RD
It is a great pleasure to present below some of the highlights of the '23 Alumni Fund job this year, a job which made us high class on the totem pole for the second year in a row, with the largest class contributions made by any
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News from the Classes
1924
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PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
GEORGE S. ANDERSON
In a recent letter from George Anderson, Lord High Keeper of the Purse Strings, we get the cheering word that his initial billing for Class dues has met with greater response than ever before. Last year we set a new high for the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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HERBERT S. TALBOT
FORD H. WHELDEN
At its annual meeting in Hanover on November 7, the Executive Committee regretfully accepted Ken Hill's resignation as Class Secretary; hence the new name at the head of this column. One can do no better on such an occasion
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Now that Thanksgiving is past, we are getting close to the night before Christmas and all your secretary wants for a present is news from the classmates. It is getting much too nerve-wracking to rely on the news-clipping
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News from the Classes
1927
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CARLETON BROER
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Being still very new at this job as your Class Secretary, I don't know for sure whether I am stepping over the bounds of propriety in mentioning this, but if you don't find your name in the list appended to these class notes you
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
JOHN PHILLIPS
Four sons of '28ers are members of the freshman class at Dartmouth this year: Creighton N. Hart came to Hanover from Kansas City, via the Choate School; Chet Kellogg's son, as mentioned last month; BillLary Jr., of Sunapee, N. H.,
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News from the Classes
1929
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F. WILLIAM ANDRES
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
We herewith quote from a letter from Li.Col. Larry Lougee, who, with his wife and mother-in-law, is enjoying the pale Alaskan sunlight at Circle on the Yukon River, the farthest north spot that can be reached by car on the North
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News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Henry S. Embree lias been named as 1930's new Memorial Fund Chairman.
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News from the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
PETER B. EVANS
Lots of grist for the mill this month. The word out of Illinois is that Jack Reno was scheduled for the Cabinet if Adlai had gotten the nod from the voters but that's the way the ball bounces. Dutch Holland reports that he's
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News from the Classes
1932
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JOHN A. WRIGHT
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
Today is often referred to as the AtomicAge. It might also be labeled the Era of theZipper. The importance of this little devicein our every day life needs no reiteration. Inharmony with the significant role which itplays today was the announcement
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News from the Classes
1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
WILLIAM T. DEWEY
Indications that your reporter is new at this game will continue to pop up, we have no doubt. It appears that topical matters must be treated gingerly, with as many hedges as the pollsters invented this year. A prime example
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News from the Classes
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN E. GILBERT
If we hadn't decided to take in the Columbia game, we wouldn't be sitting here trying to organize a couple of frozen thumbs into their usual flying search for the upper case i's but we did and we'll now be lucky to make it
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article
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82,83,84
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART
JOHN WALLACE
Our alliterative efforts in the last issue were badly mangled by the typesetter. Therefore, if anyone who is interested will substitute the word "type" for "keep" in the third line he will find that the words beginning with the
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article
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84,85
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
FRANK T. WESTON
We have just received the sad word that Lieut. Col. John B. Clark succumbed to polio at the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D. C., on October 21. In possession of only the briefest information about John, we have asked Bill
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article
85
85,86,87
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
Once a year this MAGAZINE devotes a great part of its pages to publicize gratefully to the general reading clientele the host of contributors to its last Alumni Fund Drive. Without dwelling on any of the oft-repeated aspects
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87,88
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WILLIAM H. MCMURTRIE
Since this is being submitted for publication before the results of the elections are fully known, it is impossible to recount in detail such political triumphs as the class may have achieved on the coat-tails of the national race.
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article
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88,89
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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THOMAS T. BROOKS JR.
DON C. WHEATON JR.
We are delighted to have the acceptance of Walt Magee to act as our reunion chairman for the big doings next June. This gives us an auspicious start, and if the enthusiasm we've sensed so far continues to climb, a large assemblage
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article
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89,90
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
DONALD G. RAINIE
Having just returned from the Yale game, we've lots of news but much of it will have to be reserved for next month's writing. We're supposed to be brief in this issue.
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article
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90,91,92
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Having taken in the Army and Yale games within the past few weeks my only comment is "Ouch!" The class had a good turnout at New Haven so the trip wasn't a total loss. Those in the gathering included Buzz Willis,Jupe Lewis, Dr.
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article
92
92,93
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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ROBERT B. DEWEY
CHARLES F. STURZ
It's nice to get mail even if it serves mainly to point out my mistakes. My apologies to classmate Robert B. Hill. We Robert B's should stick together, but instead in the October Class Notes I proceeded to complicate Bob's
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article
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93,94
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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ELMER G. STEVENS JR.
STANTON B. PRIDDY
The New York reporters have finished interviewing the woolly bears up in Bear Mountain Park: mid-fall shows have been reported in the North Country; and all indications are that we are in for a good, snowy winter. Consequently,
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article
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94,95
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
A. KINGMAN PRATT
A couple of weeks ago I worked out a mathematical equation on the back of an envelope which proved conclusively that RogAntaya's Boiling Field eleven could trim Illinois any Saturday afternoon. I've since lost the envelope but do
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article
95
95,96
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
RODNEY A. WALSER
Time certainly rolls around quickly. Seems as if I've just finished writing one column when it's time for another. They always seem to be due. Due! That reminds me. It's not too late to answer that annual call for $4.00. Dues
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96,97,98
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
In the lee of the Yale Bowl a jolly little '46 group spread their blankets for a little stoking up prior to what was hoped would be another Yale scalping. Dave and Jean Weld up from Montclair, N. J., where lumber is moving
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article
98
98,99
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
EDWARD P. SCULLY
Alumni Fund Issue again. The Class is proud of its record of improvement.
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article
99
99,100,101
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
ROBERT L. MERRIAM
The news this month is again somewhat thin, but a number of you have sent me enough info so that we can work at least a few names into the following lines. The rest of you, please drop me a postcard sometime so that this column
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article
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101,102
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
LT. DAVID S. VOGELS JR.
Boy I've had a pretty rough week.... For those of you who have already been expectant fathers, it's merely reminiscing when you hear my troubles, but for those of you who plan parenthood in the future, a word of advice. Being
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article
102
102,103,104
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1950
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ENS. SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMOND J. MORAND III
Most of you should be stirring from your post Turkey Day lethargy by now and starting the search for the family recipe for eggnog with which to toast the fat man in the red woolies and long white beard. Rudolph may not have
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article
104
104,105,106
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
ENS. KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
This month we feel rather jubilant, what with the "new lease on life" and all, given to us by the Ike victory, but this is only personal. You may be happy or sad over the 1952 election, but more important was the fact that for
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article
106
106,107
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1952
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ENS. ROBERT D. BRACE
DONALD F. MACLEOD
This installment of the '52 gab column sees your reporter at sea in no uncertain terms, with regular communication channels closed down to a mere trickle. As a result the "Uncle Sugar Mail," as the Navy would have it, is at a
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article
44
44
Article
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55 Years' Service
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After 55 years of service in the Congregational Church, the Rev. Charles C. Merrill '94 celebrated the anniversary of his ordination on October 12. In observing the occasion he preached on the subject, "Then and Now," at the
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article
59
59
Article
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Foreign Trade Honor
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Affiliated with General Motors Corporation since 1923, and at present vice-president and general manager of its overseas operations division, Edward C. Riley '16 was the recipient of an outstanding honor November 19, when
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article
79
79
Article
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Restoration, Modern Style
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One day while he was working for the American Red Cross in Washington shortly after the war, Ben Burch '32 saw a "For Sale" sign on a dilapidated house and without even looking at the interior, bought it. He spent the summer
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article
98
98
Article
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City Planner
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A new director in a new field, Philip A. Stedfast '46 has accepted the position of Director of the Planning Department for the City of Columbia, S. C. He received the Master's degree in regional planning from the University
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Great Western
Great Western
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CALDWELL SCOTT
CALDWELL SCOTT
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99
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Henry Hudson Hotel
Henry Hudson Hotel
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Dartmouth in Portrait 1953
Dartmouth in Portrait 1953
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GRAY ROCKS INN
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NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
NORWICH INN AND MOTEL
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ALLIED VAN LINES INC.
ALLIED VAN LINES INC.
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GOLF AND BEACH CLUB
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CLARKSON COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
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JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
JAMES D. LANDAUER ASSOCIATES, INC.
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MOHAWR ENGRAVING CO., INC.
MOHAWR ENGRAVING CO., INC.
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article
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107,108
Article
Associated School News
Tuck School
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A. W. Frey T'21
LOOK in "The Faculty" section of this issue of the MAGAZINE for the story of Mr. Burleigh's forthcoming six months of "Deaning" in Italy.
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article
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108
Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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William P. kimball '29
THE fall meeting of the Board of Overseers was held in Hanover on the weekend of October 18. Members attending were President Dickey, Frank Cudworth '02, CharlieGoodrich '06, and Dick Pritchard '15. LutherOakes '00 was prevented from
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Article
Associated School News
Medical School
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Rolf C. Syvertsen '18
THE double loyalty of some of the graduates of the Medical School is again thoroughly demonstrated by their contributions to the Alumni Fund for 1951-1952. 477 contributors from a potential of 770 gave $16,376.33. This
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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GULF
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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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Preparatory School Directory
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Alumni Register
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BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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DARTMOUTH CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
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