Issue: 19550401

Friday, April 1, 1955
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UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
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La Province de Québec
La Province de Québec
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Masthead
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This Month
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Table of Contents
Table of COntents
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OF the three dormitory experiments proposed last year by the Commission on Campus Life and Its Control, and put into effect in the fall, by far the most significant and most interesting was the idea of having a resident faculty
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The HANOVER INN
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Mid-Ocean club
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TRIBUNO Veunouth
TRIBUNO Veunouth
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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"Better to Bend"
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Brooks Brothers, CLOTHING Men's Furnishings, Hats & Shoes
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FLY TWA
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Country Estate—Cornish, N. H.
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POCONO MANOR
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D.O.C. SECRETARY
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
CATHOLICS IN CONTROVERSY.
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FRED BERTHOLD '45
By JamesM. O'Neill '07. New York: McMullen Books,1954. 227 PP- $3.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DEFENSE AND NATIONAL SECURITY.
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ARTHUR FLANDREAU
Edited by Herbert L. Marx Jr. '43. NewYork: H. W. Wilson, 1955. 192 pp. $1.75.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE ECONOMIC STATE OF NEW ENGLAND.
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ALBERT S. CARLSON
LAND. Edited by Arthur A. Bright Jr. '39and George H. Ellis. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1954. 738 pp. $6.00.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
POUNDITOUT.
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
By Dave Camerer '37. NewYork: A. S. Barnes, 1954. $1.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
GOETHE AND MUSIC.
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FRANK G. RYDER
By Frederick W.Sternfeld. New York: New York Public Library, 1954. 176 pp. $3.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
TRUCKS ... TROUBLE ... AND TRIUMPH.
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HERBERT W. HILL
By Wayne G. Broehl Jr. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1954. 226 pp. $5.50.
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Alumni Articles
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From Russian Publications by Roland Gibson '24 appeared in the December issue of The Tool Engineer.
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Faculty Articles
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An address before the Newcomen Society given in Hanover on September 9, 1954, by Dr. John Sloan Dickey '29, President of the College, has been published by the Society as a brochure of 28 pages under the title EleazarWheelock Daniel
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IMPERIAL WEAR
IMPERIAL WEAR
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Brands,Inc.
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C. C. HILLS
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FISH CREEK RANCK
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HINDE & DAUCH
HINDE & DAUCH
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Making Higher Education Deeper
Making Higher Education Deeper
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CHARLES A. PIERCE '06
FOR some time I have been sensing a strong undercurrent, I might even say a rising tide, of interest shown in the direction which higher education is taking at Dartmouth, and I do not doubt but what a large majority of those
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ALOHA MANOR
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Pan American – World's Most Experienced Airline
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NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
THIS month I would like to give my readers something a little different. I want to give a few reading choices made by a representative number of eminent English writers. I am familiar with some but not all of the books
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CAMP CRESCENT
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COLONIAL AIRLINES
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City Bank Farmers Trust Company
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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ANNOUNCEMENTS of increased tuition charges have come from the privately endowed colleges in a steady stream in recent months. On March 5 President Dickey made known the decision of the Dartmouth Trustees that they too are
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THE COLLEGE
Sophomore Commons?
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HAVING previously given its attention to student cars and dormitory life, on both of which matters its proposals were put into effect last fall, the Commission on Campus Life in recent months has been studying the College's
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THE COLLEGE
Cold Regions Lab
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THE prospect of having one of the Government's important research units located in Hanover was made known by the College last month with the announcement that discussions are now being carried on between Dartmouth officials
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THE COLLEGE
"Atlantic" Author
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DARTMOUTH men picking up the April issue of The Atlantic Monthly and looking at the cover painting will experience the warm feeling that comes from recognizing a familiar scene. President Dickey, who has written the lead
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief . . .
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THE firm of Campbell and Aldrich, Boston architects, has been retained by the College as consultants, according to a recent announcement by President Dickey. They will advise on individual architectural problems and on the
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR L. K. LITTLE '14, named Deputy Assistant Director for Personnel of the U. S. Information Agency.
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Alumni Fund Opens 1955 Campaign
Alumni Fund Opens 1955 Campaign
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WITH forty years of remarkable growth behind it, the Dartmouth Alumni Fund moves into its fifth decade this month with the formal opening of the 1955 campaign.
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Alumni Club Dinners Announced for April
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Among the members of the administration who will speak before alumni groups in April and early May are President Dickey, Dean Stearns Morse, Dean Joseph L. McDonald and Dean Arthur R. Upgren.
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An Experiment in Dormitory Living
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JOSEPH FRANKLIN MARSH '47,
CUTTER HALL ... "Where shall I begin, please your Majesty?" he asked. "Begin at the beginning," the King said, gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop." —LEWIS CARROLL, Alice in Wonderland.
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The 1955 Hanover Holiday Program
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HERBERT W. HILL
WHAT'S New" is the theme for Hanover Holiday this June, to go along with a new reunion schedule and a new plan for the lecture series itself. What with 1909, 1910 and 1911 getting to Hanover the first of the week, and 1930
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Six New Members of Alumni Council
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ELECTIONS to the Dartmouth Alumni Council for two-year terms, 1955-57, were announced last month by Sidney C. Hayward '26, secretary. Nominations closed March 10 for Council vacancies occurring on June 30 of this year. As a
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North of Boston
North of Boston
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PARKER MERROW '25
They aint much happened sence the last riting. Long last January I driv to Concord to get sworn in to the Governor's Council, representing the northern part of the state. Father, he done the same thing in 1909.
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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HAROLD L. BOND '42
OF special interest this month are the plans for the International Geophysical Year in 1957, for two Dartmouth professors have been appointed to the United States committees which will take part in a program of coordinated
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Turkeys for Dartmouth
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THE life of a turkey is normally directed to no altruistic end, other than the feeding of the hungry, but thousands of birds on the Wah Hoo Wah Turkey Farm, in nearby Lebanon, N. H., are giving their all for Dartmouth College.
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They're Putting the D in Debating
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FRANK PEMBERTON
DANIEL WEBSTER,, illustrious Dartmouth graduate and a man reputed to be able to outdebate the Devil himself, would be proud of his College today.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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G. H. CASSELS-SMITH '55
FEBRUARY is a fickle month; it plays with a student. For weeks on, end it is so cold in the mornings that the hairs in your nose freeze stiff, a prickly welcome to the chill that makes the smoke from the tall stack of the
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What Makes Hogarty Run?
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R.L.A.
There is a light-hearted seriousness about Dick Hogarty. The quick smile and boyish grin are there but you feel also that he is never far from a comfortable bedrock of purpose.
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Cliff Jordan '45
DARTMOUTH'S spring teams are for the most part hard at it. All varsity sports are out and freshman teams will soon follow. The immediate objective for most varsity teams is to prepare for the spring vacation trips starting March
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35,36
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With Big Green Teams
Winter Sports
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Cliff Jordan '45
In retrospect, it was a rather normal winter season at Dartmouth. Some teams, notably basketball and swimming, were strong while others like hockey, track and squash were somewhat weaker than usual. For the statistically minded
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With Big Green Teams
Basketball
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Cliff Jordan '45
Let it herewith be recorded that this was probably one of the most amazing basketball teams in Dartmouth history. Playing with four sophomores in the starting lineup, the Big Green won 18 games, lost only seven (the best record
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With Big Green Teams
Hockey
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Cliff Jordan '45
One of the most dismal hockey seasons in Dartmouth history drew to a close last month when an alumni team walloped the varsity by a 15-4 score. Coming only three days after the freshmen had stopped the varsity 3-1 in an informal
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With Big Green Teams
Swimming
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Cliff Jordan '45
The Dartmouth varsity swimming team under Coach Karl Michael wound up another successful dual meet season in New York on March 12 by defeating Columbia 48-36. The victory gave Dartmouth a record of seven wins against three
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With Big Green Teams
Skiing
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Cliff Jordan '45
Two major ski meets have occurred since the last report on these pages and in each case Dartmouth skiers acquitted themselves in fine fashion. On March 11-12 Franconia's Cannon Mountain was the site of the downhill and slalom
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With Big Green Teams
Squash
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Cliff Jordan '45
The only squash action since last report occurred at the intercollegiate matches at Annapolis on March 4-6. The Dartmouth squad tied with Army for fifth place in team points. Tom Hamilton, Dartmouth's top player, Captain Ken
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With Big Green Teams
Track
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Cliff Jordan '45
Coach Ellie Noyes' varsity and freshman track teams were the last winter teams to close out their schedules, meeting Boston University in a dual track meet at Hanover on March 19.
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With Big Green Teams
Green Jottings
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Dartmouth's new head football coach, Bob Blackman, announced on March 17 that he would retain Elmer Lampe as end coach. Lampe has served as end coach and chief scout at Dartmouth since 1947 and during that time has produced some
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38 Records Smashed in Four Years
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The greatest swimmer ever to compete for Dartmouth closed out his dualmeet career last month when Captain John Glover '55 of Larchmont, N. Y., All-American freestyler, performed in his usual brilliant style against Columbia
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News from Clubs & Classes
Long Island
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ROLAND R. HUMMEL JR. '42
Red Rolfe '31, new Director of Athletics, visited us on March 1, 1955, in order to introduce himself to our group, and also to meet some of our leading prospects on the Island. Our interviewing committee chose the men they
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Washington, D. C.
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BARRY C. SULLIVAN '36
Seeking out boys with athletic ability, who have the scholastic background for work at Dartmouth, will be more important in the future. This was the general theme of the objectives laid down by R. A. Rolfe, Director of
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Northern New Jersey
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ALLEN I. BILDNER '47
REN GREVATT '43
More than 120 turned out recently, to hear the word on the Hanover athletic picture, as expressed by the man who knows it best, Red Rolfe '31, Dartmouth's popular Director of Athletics. The occasion was our Association's annual
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News from Clubs & Classes
Hartford
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FORREST C. BILLINGS '28
President John S. Dickey will be our guest of honor and principal speaker at a dinner meeting to be held on Thursday, April 28, at the Rockledge Country Club. Under the direction of Alumni Trustee Charlie Zimmerman '23 and Club
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News from Clubs & Classes
Honolulu
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WILLIAM W. MONOHAN '51
Louis VALIER '37
The Dartmouth Club of Honolulu had a very interesting and successful meeting for cocktails and dinner February 21 at the Pacific Club. The meeting was highlighted by the presence of Charles J. Zimmerman '23, an outstanding
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News from Clubs & Classes
Dayton
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DR. H. CLAY MESSENGER JR. '41
Our Club was greatly honored to have President Dickey as its guest on January 31. A banquet was held at the new National Cash Register County Club with 85 members and their wives attending. President Dickey spoke on the various
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St. Louis
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NORMAN P. SCOTT '35
JAMES C. JONES III '38
The Club had a smoker on February 14 at the home of Morton May '36. There was a lively discussion on the subjects of scholarships and fund-raising, cinerama and cheese fondue, split-T's and football personnel problems. Chief
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News from Clubs & Classes
Georgia
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DUNCAN A. DOBIE 3RD '38
The month of April still finds the Dartmouth Club of Georgia in the throes of last-minute work and efforts on recruiting men for the future of Dartmouth College. Although, actually, that is a slight overstatement, since as
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Philadelphia
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WILLIAM C. MILLER '46
RUSSELL C. DILKS '51
One of the largest turnouts ever, enjoyed a night of song by the Dartmouth College Glee Club at the Bala-Cynwyd Junior High School auditorium on March 28. Among the high spots of the program were the selections, by the
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News from Clubs & Classes
Southern California
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GEORGE R. PURVIS '49
Southern California alumni held their annual dinner on March 10 in the Los Angeles Room of the Statler Hotel. Toastmaster for the evening was the inimitable Jack Rourke '40, of radio, television and cinema fame. Honored guests
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Tokyo
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WILLIAM W. BIDDLE '52
On the evening of February 17, the Tokyo Dartmouth Club held a joint dinner meeting with the Tokyo Princeton Club. This was the first time such a meeting has been held here and a fine time was had by the 37 Dartmouth and
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Naugatuck Valley
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ROBERT E. HOLMES '47
A meeting of the Naugatuck Valley Alumni Association was held on Friday, February 25, at the Hop Brook Country Club in Naugatuck. The meeting was well attended with representatives from all sections of the Valley and two men
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Winter Park
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HUGH W. SCHWARZ '40
Members, wives and guests totaling 58 gathered March 8 at the Winter Park Racquet Club to hear Sidney C. Hayward '26. In addition to him and Mrs. Hayward our guests included the local high school principals, Mr. Osburn Wilson
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Merrimack County
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ROBERT G. PELREN '43
Officers for 1955 were elected at the recent annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Merrimack County, whose members and guests saw a film of President Eisenhower's visit to the College in 1953.
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St. Petersburg
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ROBERT D. ATWOOD '42
Alumni and friends of Dartmouth College met at the Soreno Hotel, March 9, to hold their annual luncheon meeting and to conduct the election of officers for the coming year.
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How It Was Done in Hartford
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There is something almost phenomenal in the growth of the Dartmouth Club of Hartford after World War II. But there is nothing at all phenomenal in the way it was made to grow:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1885
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HENRY H. AUSTIN
JOHN P. BROOKS
Through the thoughtful kindness of Ralph s. Bartlett '89 the secretary learned that a recent call on Dr. Edwin H. Allen found the Doctor in fairly good health. His son Nathaniel, a Harvard graduate and unmarried, lives with
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News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
HARDY S. FERGUSON
All members of the Dartmouth Alumni will receive notice that this year's Alumni Fund Campaign will begin the first of April, as usual A list of the Fund contributors by classes, published each year in this MAGAZINE as a part of
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News from the Classes
1890
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WILL A. CHARLES
Not having heard from any of his classmates, your Secretary is forced to tell of anexperience he had. We always get a chucklewhen we read about the other fellow slippingon a banana peel, or falling in the bath tub,but when your Secretary fell in
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News from the Classes
1893
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GUY W. COX
Billy Jarvis has passed on. When he entered Dartmouth he was shorter than "Shorty" Bowers of our class but on graduation was as tall as Jim Van Horn, who knew Capt. Anson and Williamson of the Chicago baseball team and was the
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News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
KENT KNOWLTON
This column will be featured in the May issue by a letter from Ben Welton.
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News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
WILLIAM F. RICE
Recently I opened a book, which I think we used to call the Aegis. Officially it was called "The Dartmouth Portfolio, Class of 1895." It was published in Boston, and was wholly pictorial. Dr. William Jewett Tucker's picture is
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News from the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Katharine M. Quint
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News from the Classes
1898
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FREDERIC P. LORD
JAMES R. CHANDLER
There is a fair possibility, upon which we hope to be able to report next month, that Bucky Chandler, Joe Bartlett and Joe Carney may be somewhere in this state at this time or during the month of March. If so, we hope to see
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
The R's have it for birthdays in April, so we extend birthday greetings to Herb Rogers and George Rounds. Tim Lynch is still sojourning at Pinehurst, N. C., as this is written, with more golfing prizes to his credit, having
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News from the Classes
1900
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LEONARD W. TUTTLE
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Roland Eaton, Jr. '26, who was an administrative officer of the Rochester, N. Y., General Hospital, has for over two years been the chief executive officer of the Samaritan Hospital in Troy, N. Y. The year 1954 was a highly
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News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Jack Andrews had to pay a visit to the hospital for another operation but is out now and feeling in pretty good shape. He says it is about time he gave up such luxuries and also they interfere with his business. No doubt he'
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News from the Classes
1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES
HERMON W. FARWELL
This is a gorgeous, clear, sunshiny day. I am just in from working in the garden. Why do weeds grow so much faster than the flowering plants? I clear away the weeds and the next time I go out they are as bad as ever.
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News from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
MORTON B. FRENCH
Your Secretary is still in the hospital, but will be out before you read these notes.
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News from the Classes
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
The past month has been one of travel for many of our classmates. Carl and MarionWoods and Tom and Ruth Streeter have been on cruise to the West Indies. Tinker andIsabelle Gale, Perce and Blanche Hobbs spent some time in St. Petersburg.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
FLETCHER A. HATCH
One of the pleasures of a retired teacher is in meeting former pupils. Ned Estes had the delightful surprise some time ago of finding two of his pupils from Robert College at a panel discussion in Dover, N. H., on the subject
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
When you read this the 1955 Alumni Fund drive will be starting to pick up momentum. To maintain the previous record of 1906 every man will have to put his shoulder to the wheel. Two of our large contributors will not be sending
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
PHILIP H. CHASE
McKay Howard visited France last year, has recently retired, and is in good health.
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News from the Classes
1908
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GEORGE E. SQUIER
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
As we go to press - a phrase commonly used by us editors - the managers and trainers are heading for Vero, to get things ready for the hejira of '08ers and others soon to follow. Pop Chesley is going to try to arrange a few
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News from the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
RALPH B. CLEMENT
Looks like plans for our 45th (so-called) reunion are in the concrete mixer. Right from the horse's mouth comes this dope as translated by Bertie French, our meticulous secretary-treasurer:
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1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
"1910's 45th in '55"
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOSHUA B. CLARK
Reunion plans are shaping up definitely into what would seem to be an excellent program. The first requirement is appearance at class headquarters to register and obtain information and tickets for various events. This is to
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News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
Who would like to attend another "reunion" in June? A couple of weeks ago (February 18) I had a visit with Henry Van Dyne and he and Roy Lewis had been in communication regarding the possibility of securing accommodations
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
The Boston Dinner on February 16 brought together Willson, George Knight, Shumway,Bill Davis, Trowbridge, Ted Davis, BartShepard, Pop Warren, Line Morton, Nel Gay and Jack Nelson. Wilkins had to be among the missing - first time in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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PENNELL N. ABORN
JAMES D. GREGG
The annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston was held at the Hotel Statler on February 16 and in the minds of many it was high on the Hooper Rating. Not only was the chicken less akin to pure latex, but the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCH.
MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Reunion plans are gathering momentum. Dale Barker's first broadside - "HI-ROZZZA" - certainly stirred up the old nostalgia! By now, you will probably have received others. The trend appears to be headed for a landslide. The
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News from the Classes
1916
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F. STIRLING WILSON
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
Several of the classmates were among the many who flocked to Doll and Richards at 140 Newbury St., Boston, to see an exhibition of water colors by Audrey (Mrs. Rod) Soule, 34 of them, by their titles all outdoor scenes with one
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
WILLIAM C. EATON
This month, at least, I don't have to go too deeply into Vic Smith's mail bag for news as my own scouts, have dug up several interesting bits. First off, though, let me apologize to Searles Morton for not having acknowledged
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News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
We had the privilege of dropping a line to the daughter of "Granraere" who took a great liking to Paul Miner in Soissons during World War I — got him plenty of Sucre from the town mayor. There was another nice place in Soissons
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News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
WILLIAM W. ALLEN '19
The Class has ten sons in the College as of 1955, namely John Batchelder '55, son of Win; Chet Gale Jr. '55; Rannie Hayes '55, son of Rock; Ned Heydt '55, son of Eddie; Phil Reilly '55, son of Jack; George Grant '56, son of
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News from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
If there are times of year when your correspondent sounds like Thomas Cook himself, and the column is its own advertisement for Southern Tours Inc. or Hill's Travel Service (both the properties of our own Pickles HUT), it just
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News from the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
DONALD F. SAWYER
Five 1921 men in the news recently. BillEmbree thoughtfully contributed the February 11 copy of the Washington (D. C.) Report which contained a good photo of Bob Elsasser, first vice president of the New Orleans Chamber of
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News from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
JAMES A. HAMILTON
A member since 1950 and its president the past three years, Dr. Norman T. Crane has been reappointed to another five-year term on the Plainfield (N. J.) Board of Health. Norm is senior attending pediatrician and medical director
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
THEODORE D. SHAPLEIGH
F.E.M.
Midwinter Family Reunion
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
HARR F. RANNEY
The highlight for March, in Hanover, was the rash of Father-Son get-togethers. The freshmen each year turn out a bigger crowd than the year before, and one wonders what is the ceiling of attendance. I regret that this year I
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News from the Classes
1925
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HERBERT S. TALBOT
FORD H. WHELDEN
Having arranged some travel to professional meetings this spring, your secretary finds himself constrained to write these notes rather longer in advance of publication than usual, and a little closer to the schedule imposed by
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News from the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
ANDREW J. O'CONNOR
This is the time for crocusesTo poke their noses through the loamEach northbound robin focusesHis thoughts upon a summer home.
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News from the Classes
1927
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CARLETON G,. BROER
HOWARD J. MULLIN
This is the last call for the big Father and Son's weekend in Hanover, which, as you probably all know by now, will be held' on the weekend of April 29 to May 1. An interesting program is being planned by the committee, and
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
HERMAN H. SCHNEPEL JR.
Freshman Fathers' Weekend in Hanover on March 4-6 was a great success; in fact it is firmly entrenched as a Dartmouth tradition. Ten '28ers attended, with Creighton Hart of Kansas City, Mo., and Bud Ranney of Cleveland, coming
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News from the Classes
1929
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CHRISTIAN E. BORN
JOHN W. MOXON
Month before last, your secretary reported on a class dinner in New York and mentioned the possibility of another dinner in the Spring. That possibility will now become a reality on Friday evening, May 20, and is proclaimed here
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News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
EDWARD R. SCHUSTER
The time is certainly drawing nearer! As you read these lines, it will be a matter of only about two months before the Class of 1930 gathers again in Hanover, this occasion being the Silver Jubilee of the Class. This is more
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News from the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM F. STECK
If it wouldn't have put a serious cut in an already lacerated Class budget, you would have received this news by direct mail a month ago: Jim Godfrey has agreed to bechairman of the 25th Reunion! This is the kind of news that calls
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News from the Classes
1932
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ALBERT E. ZINGGELER
BEN W. DREW
Early in April, the Territory of Hawaii will dedicate its new Pier 2 Building, the largest structure yet to be erected on the Islands. This building covers 8½ acres of land; is 1200 feet long and is high and wide enough to
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News from the Classes
1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
RICHARD JACKSON
Holá for the delayed-action income tax! Of course, you have paid it some time ago, so you have plenty of time to peruse the MAG and this cursory report. If you haven't paid it, it doesn't seem to hurt so much because you have
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News from the Classes
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
GEORGE w. COPP JR.
Have you seen lately that pithy statement featured many times above soda fountains and other related dispensaries, "So Soon Old, Und So Late Schmardt"?
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News from the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART
DR. EDWARD P. OFFUTT JR.
Here we are in April, with only three months to go to Reunion. You have already received your announcement of plans and we hope you have scheduled your time and your baby sitter so that we can all meet in Hanover.
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News from the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
MUNROE S. FITZHERBERT
As we caress the keyboard for this produc- tion, our boys are out shoveling a snow-laden driveway - yet, by the time this column slithers through your letter-slot you'll have only a 60-day lead on Reunion!! Time's a flittin' and
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News from the Classes
1937
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CARL W. GRAM JR.
ROWLEY BIALLA
A couple of years ago we always had the latest dope on Boston, including Bankart,Bryant and Bill Brown's barbecue. Now it seems we are repeatedly parceling out the goings-on of the New York group but that should be understandable -
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
JOHN R. SCOTFORD JR.
Members of the Class of 1938 sometimes do get around, which is hard for one who operates within a 225-mile radius twelve months of the year to realize. The photographs appearing elsewhere illustrate the peregrinations of one
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News from the Classes
1939
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JOHN R. VINCENS
J. MOREAU BROWN
From rags to riches! 186 postcards, seven letters, one French stamp, one Canadian stamp, two uncancelled stamps, one anonymous, threatening card (Harrison?), a smug card from secretary-emeritus Tom Brooks, and a slightly
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News from the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
HUGH W. SCHWARZ
I'm typing this with one arm in a sling. Joyce and I made a skiing pilgrimage to New Hampshire over Washington's Birthday weekend, and I came a cropper on a Mt. Sunapee ski trail. Tore some important ligaments in my right
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News from the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALI.
BRUCE FRIEDLICH
It is evident that April is fast becoming an extremely important month. It always marks the opening of the baseball season. In addition it means the beginning of the annual Alumni Fund drive. This year something new has been
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News from the Classes
1942
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ROBERT B. DEWEY
RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
Wherever you look nowadays there's an Assistant Class Agent to make it real simple for you to contribute to the Alumni Fund. Forty-five '42s (at last count) were adding their noble efforts to those of Head Agent Dick Lippman as
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News from the Classes
1943
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WALDO L. FIELDING
LEO SILVERSTEIN JR.
WILLIAM A. BAKER JR.
Let's All Strive In '55
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
MALCOLM MCLOUD
As though we haven't had enough trouble with West Point in the past, Red Blaik is now twisting the needle and bringing Rogerthe Lodger Antaya up the Hudson as assistant coach for the Black Knights. As head football coach of Boiling
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News from the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
STANLEY L. NEWTON
Hmmmm ... that Saturday afternoon reunion picnic at Lake Fairlee sounds like fun and frolic. So does the entire weekend for that matter. Jack and Cliff have really put something together here, and I can hardly wait to sample
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News from the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
JOHN B. WHITMAN
Being how at the time of this writing it is not too far off from St. Patrick's day, I thought you'd like to have a rundown on Jud and Grace Hannigan's kids. Here they are, the four Shamrocks: Kathryn, Michael, Timothy and
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News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
ALLEN I. BILDNER
You will be sorry to hear of the death last October of Richard Lee Cantwell who was lost in an airplane crash into Milwaukee Harbor, Wisconsin, on October 12, 1954.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1948
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ROBERT HERRICK
ROBERT S. RUSSELL
April! Raincoat and rubber month. And as I survey my small piece o£ the world from atop muddy Mortgage Mountain and wonder how the other 479 of you are, I am reminded that I should put together another month's whimsy and odd
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News from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
KINSLEY A. BALL JR.
March came in like a lion this morning with heavy rain and blustery winds. However, the newspapers are full of spring-training baseball news, so spring is not far behind.
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News from the Classes
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
GLENN L. FITKIN JR.
Taking the cue from Schnoz Durante, we've draped our bag of bones in a brand new fuchsia suit with turquoise chalk stripe, white buck wedgies, and topped off with a snap brim beret for the big fashion parade. This may set back
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News from the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
GARY H. MANSUR
The April showers are rapidly bringing up the spring flowers and it's time for another short visit with your red-faced reporter and you wild Hanoverians from '51. I say "red faced" because in our February scribble we announced
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News from the Classes
1952
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ROBERT D. BRACE
ENS. BERNARD J. LEWIS
With the April breezes wafting fresh odors to the olfactories come thoughts of devotions somewhat removed from the ski and the skate. But the memories linger especially when you stop to think that the lines you are now reading
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News from the Classes
1953
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ENS. EDWARD F. BOYLE USN
CHARLES S. FLEET
Again this month, our friend Cupid has left only a few items in our mailbox, so let us dispose of them first. On December 19 LeeDennis and Joyce Hallett assumed the title of Mr. and Mrs. before a small church congregation. The
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News from the Classes
1954
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WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD
LT. KEVIN I. SULLIVAN
By now the icebound environs of the Hanover Plain have been defrosted by April's waft and shower. The sun once again is rising before eight o'clock classes and duckboards are obsolete until next year.
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'54 Brings Carnival to Texas
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BOB CURTIS '54
Stationed with the Air Force in Texas are a number of loyal Dartmouth second lieutenants representing the Class of 1954. They have been reporting to the Air Force's main processing center for incoming officers, Lackland AFB in
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN '22
Midyear administrative activity, at its high in February, has decelerated with completion of the tentative selection of the Autumn 1955 Class and with the arrangements for transfer of the Second Year Class nearly concluded. A
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
Last month Thayer School lost one of its most distinguished and beloved alumni in the death of Luther Stephen Oakes 'oo. It is difficult to highlight the career of a man for whom outstanding accomplishments and contributions
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H. C. MORTON
The Dartmouth Economic Research Council—a joint project of the Tuck School and New York alumni —is completing its study on "Broadening the Basis of Stock Ownership." At a meeting on March 3, RichardAllen T'50 and Arthur Bullock
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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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