Issue: 19550501

Sunday, May 1, 1955
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The HANOVER INN
The HANOVER INN
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NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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A PLOT OF AIR HISTORY
A PLOT OF AIR HISTORY
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Mid-Ocean Club
Mid-Ocean Club
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TRIBUNO
TRIBUNO
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Masthead
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This Month
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Table of Contents
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THE most significant curriculum innovation at Dartmouth this year was the new required freshman course, The Individual andthe College, offered in the first semester. The course developed "bugs" like any new undertaking, but it
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DICTAPHONE® CORPORATION
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SHEPARD
SHEPARD
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SOMERSET, BERMUDA
SOMERSET, BERMUDA
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Praise for Injunaires
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Union Oil Company OF CALIFORNIA.
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College Reunion
College Reunion
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
HOW WE DRAFTED ADLAI STEVENSON.
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RICHARD W. MORIN '24
By Walter Johnson '37. New York: Alfred A.Knopf, 1955. 172 pp. $2.75.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
WHEN YOU BUILD YOUR CHURCH.
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EDGAR H. HUNTER JR. '38
John R. Scotford '11. Great Neck, NewYork: Doniger & Raughley, 1955. 246 pp.$3.00.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE MAN WHO LIVES IN PARADISE.
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
A. C. Gilbert with Marshall McClintock '26.New York: Rinehart, 1954. 374 pp. $3-75.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
PRINTING AS AN ART.
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THOMSON H. LITTLEFIELD '41
By Ray Nash. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1955- 141pp. $6.00.
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Alumni Articles
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Discovery No. 5 contains a poem entitled The Wilding by Philip Booth '47.
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Faculty Articles
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Historical Charts of Chinese Philosophy by Prof. Wing-Tsit Chan has been issued as part of the Far Eastern Publications series of Yale University.
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World's Most Experienced Airline
World's Most Experienced Airline
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Brooks Brothers, CLOTHING
Brooks Brothers, CLOTHING
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Business Education in the Colleges
Business Education in the Colleges
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PROF. JAMES P. LOGAN
FOUR deans agreed recently that schools of business have an important task ahead - to provide the nation with a philosophical understanding of what is today called business. Attempts made previously to describe the business
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SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
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COLONAIL AIRLINES
COLONAIL AIRLINES
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Brands. INC.
Brands. INC.
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HINDE & DAUCH
HINDE & DAUCH
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MANCHESTER'S
MANCHESTER'S
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Pink Beach COTTAGE COLONY
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
THOUGH I hope to write to many individually I want to thank at this time some of those alumni and others who made my. Western trip late in the winter so pleasant and profitable. Books were discussed with some; with others, the
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Moosilauke Ravine Lodge Planning a Busy Season
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RECENT developments indicate that the College's recreational facilities at Moosilauke will play an important part in New Hampshire's Vacation Jubilee program.
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Far West Conference
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Plans for the Dartmouth Regional Conference in San Francisco next October 6-9 advanced last month with the news that President Dickey would attend and would be the main speaker at the final Saturday night banquet for all
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COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
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ONTARIO
ONTARIO
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GENERAL DYNAMICS
GENERAL DYNAMICS
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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WITH some of their number sporting Bermuda and Florida tans, the students returned to classes on Monday, April 11, after a two-week springrecess, to begin the final lap of the academic year. While they were away the last
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THE COLLEGE
A Professor's Gift
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THROUGH gifts and bequests many alumni and friends of the College have given expression to their affection for Dartmouth and their faith in her work and purposes. But rarely has the College been remembered in a more
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THE COLLEGE
Dartmouth in Films
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BY means of a new motion picture studio opened last month in Fairbanks Hall, Dartmouth for the first time is now in a position to produce sound-synchronized movies of professional quality. The new unit, under Dartmouth College
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THE COLLEGE
Procter & Gamble Grant
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To the scholarships financed by American business firms and corporations Dartmouth next fall will add a new fulltuition scholarship made possible by Procter and Gamble. Dartmouth is one of 46 privately supported colleges and
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief . . .
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DR. KURTVON SCHUSCHNIGG, former Chancellor of Austria, will come to Hanover in May to participate in the three-day program marking the 25th anniversary of the founding of Germania, the Dartmouth German club. Dr. von
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Dartmouth Night Set
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The date for the 1955 celebration of Dartmouth Night has been set for Friday, October 21. This is the night before the Dartmouth-Harvard football game, which will be a special occasion next fall when Harvard comes to Hanover
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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FOR LEONARD D. WHITE '14, recipient of the Stockberger Award in Personnel Administration from the Society for Personnel Administration.
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The Education of a Freshman
The Education of a Freshman
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IF you had the chance to talk to the entire freshman class at Dartmouth - to give them the benefit of your experience and your advice at the outset of their college careers in Hanover - what would you say to them?
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The Education of a Freshman
The Life of the Mind
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DR. ALAN GREGG,
VICE PRESIDENT, THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION
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The Education of a Freshman
Freedom and Discipline
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AMOS N. BLANDIN JR. 18
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT
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Dr. Alan Gregg
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Dr. Gregg (A. B., Harvard, 1911; M. D., Harvard Medical School, 1916) began his long association with the Rockefeller Foundation in 1919 as a member of the field staff of the International Health Board, following two years'
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Amos N. Blandin Jr. '18
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Mr. Blandin has been Associate Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court since 1947. He began his judicial career in 1941 as Justice of the State Superior Court and from 1945 to 1947 was Chief Justice. After graduating from
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Hanover Holiday Program, 1955
Hanover Holiday Program, 1955
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Alumni Fund Gets off to Strong Start
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OFF to the fastest start it has ever had, the Dartmouth Alumni Fund two weeks after the formal opening of its 1955 campaign had received $220,000 from 4,000 contributors. These mid-April totals put the Fund $42,000 and 1,000
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The Hanover Scene
The Hanover Scene
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BILL McCARTER '19
THE spring season, with its attendant fevers, prompts a consideration of the fine art of wasting time. Our interest is not in mere basking or watching softball games or mumble-de-peg contests. Those are
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TOWN AND GOWN BOTH
TOWN AND GOWN BOTH
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THE College's general information booklet states that "Dartmouth is Hanover, and Hanover is Dartmouth, and the two words are often used interchangeably to mean one and the same thing." If Hanover keeps on growing at the
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EVEN DISAGREEING WITH HIM WAS PLEASANT
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ARTHUR H. LORD '10
President Nathan Lord
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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G. H. CASSELS-SMITH '55
As spring vacation approached the College was in its usual state of anticipation, plan-making, and impatience. If there is any slower way of watching winter go than marking the slow, inch by inch dwindling of a
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President of Players
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R.L.A.
Dick Hlavac wants to become a professional actor. Ever since his freshman year at Dartmouth he has been turning in fine performances with The Players in shows like Mr. Roberts, Arsenic andOld Lace, Henry IV and My ThreeAngels. But
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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Cliff Jordan '45
ON Saturday, March 26, Dartmouth varsity spring teams headed south in the midst of a driving snow-storm which dumped six inches of snow over the Hanover plain. Two weeks later these same teams returned on a lovely Easter
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With Big Green Teams
Baseball
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Cliff Jordan '45
With generally good weather, a somewhat stronger team than last year and plenty of games and practice sessions, the baseball team's southern trip was very successful. The team posted five wins, two of them over the only
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With Big Green Teams
Lacrosse
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Cliff Jordan '45
Playing an abbreviated spring trip schedule and hampered to some extent by injuries to key players, Coach Tom Dent's varsity lacrosse team won a single game and lost three. Hofstra defeated Dartmouth in the opener 12-5, while
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With Big Green Teams
Golf
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Cliff Jordan '45
The Dartmouth golf team under Coach Tom Keane took up where they left off last year and, displaying steady, sound golf, outplayed seven opponents while losing once. The Indian golfers defeated William and Mary in the opener
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With Big Green Teams
Tennis
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Cliff Jordan '45
Dartmouth tennis coach Red Hoehn was highly pleased, after predicting a weak team this spring, at the results of the Dartmouth tennis team's southern trek. The Indians came home with five wins, including an Eastern League win
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With Big Green Teams
Track
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Cliff Jordan '45
The Dartmouth varsity spring track team under Coach Ellie Noyes, with Ed Styrna coaching the field events, was to open its spring schedule April 23 at the New England Relays at Harvard University.
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With Big Green Teams
Rowing
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Cliff Jordan '45
One of the most active and rapidly growing organizations on campus is the Dartmouth Rowing Club led by President Hartwell Perry '55. Crew has had a long uphill fight at Dartmouth, but in the past three or four years under the
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Rugby
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Cliff Jordan '45
The Dartmouth rugby team (or rugby football team) opened its spring schedule April 16 against a strong Montreal Club on the Clark School field. Dartmouth reversed a loss last fall to Montreal by winning this game 14-0 to give
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With Big Green Teams
Green Jottings
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Dartmouth swimming captain and All American freestyle ace John Glover became the National AAU 100-yard freestyle champion by defeating Yale's Kerry Donovan and Rex Aubrey in the AAU Meet at New Haven during the spring
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Academic Delegates
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SINCE the beginning of the year, ten alumni and a member of the Thayer School faculty have represented the College at various academic occasions throughout the country.
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Professor McLaughry
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Among the new faculty appointments approved by the Dartmouth Board of Trustees at its April 22 meeting was that of DeOrmond "Tuss" McLaughry as Professor of Physical Education. The former head football coach's host of
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Class Notes
News from Clubs & Classes
Wisconsin
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WILLIAM S. TRUMP '46
The annual meeting of the Wisconsin Association was held on Tuesday evening, March 29, in the library of the University Club with Red Rolfe '31 the College's Director of Athletics as our speaker. Red's talk brought us all up
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Oregon
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JOHN ROSS '19
Prof. Herbert West visited Portland, Ore., on March 4 and addressed a dinner meeting of alumni and wives at the University Club. There were about thirty in attendance, including Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Evans, whose son Gordon is a
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Syracuse
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NORMAN L. SIMPSON '44
Some 150 members of the Dartmouth family in Central New York - alumni, wives, and parents - gathered at the Onondaga Golf Club in Syracuse on March 25 for a dinner meeting honoring President John. Sloan Dickey. This was the
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Western Connecticut
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CHARLES C. KEYES '38
ROGER K. "WOLBARST '43
More than 600 Dartmouth alumni and their wives, children and guests attended the concert given by the Dartmouth Glee Club on the evening of March 25 at the Greenwich High School auditorium. Long and loud applause greeted the
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Springfield, Mass.
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F. WARREN MILLER '40
On April 6, we held our first Hanover Holiday program at the Longraeadow Country Club. The program was held in conjunction with our annual meeting and proved most successful. There are many who attribute the success of the
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Northern New Jersey
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ALLEN I. BILDNER '47
Our annual reception for accepted freshmen in the Northern New Jersey Suburban area has now been definitely slated for Tuesday evening, May 10. The locale, as usual, will be the Hotel Suburban in East Orange. At this affair, the
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Glens Falls
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EDWARD A. MCLAUGHLIN '48
The Dartmouth Alumni of Glens Falls and vicinity gathered at the Hotel Queensbury on March 10 for their annual winter meeting.
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San Francisco
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BASIL L. WINSLOW '20
GUY R. CARPENTER '10
Luncheon every Wednesday noon, St.Julien's Restaurant, 140 Battery St.
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North Shore
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ARTHUR R. KNIGHT '48
The North Shore Dartmouth Club held a most successful Hanover Holiday on April 6 at the Tedesco Country Club. Approximately 190 people, including Dartmouth wives and sweethearts, enjoyed a delicious buffet supper preceded by an
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The Great Divide
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HART D. GILCHRIST '31
The annual dinner and meeting of the Dartmouth Association of the Great Divide was held on March 22 at the University Club, with alumni and their wives gathering for cocktails and dinner. President Neil F. Roberts '35 proved an
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Southern Florida
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RICHARD H. W. MALORY '49
During the month of March our club was doubly favored. Charles T. Garnsey '20 of Miami was elected to the Alumni Council, and on March 14 and 15 we were visited by Secretary and Mrs. Sidney C. Hayward '26 and Mr. and Mrs.
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Philadelphia
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WILLIAM C. MILLER '46
Russ DILKS '51
A crowd of over 600 was on hand at the Bala-Cynwyd Junior High School on March 28 to applaud a fine concert by Paul Zeller's Dartmouth College Glee Club and to be bemused by the Injunaires.
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San Diego
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J. WILLIAM KNIBBS 3RD '34
Dartmouth alumni of San Diego and their guests met together March 11 to enjoy an evening of conviviality and hear Prof. Herb West '22 bring tidings and latest news items to Dartmouth's most remote United States alumni
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Georgia
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DUNCAN A. DOBIE 3RD '38
Time certainly has flown since the year turned a few months ago, and your scribe has been pretty much on the run in a business way, with little time for much else. It is easy to comprehend a secretary's plight, when news should
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St. Louis
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NORMAN P. SCOTT '35
JAMES C. JONES III '38
The Club had the pleasure of a visit from Don McKinlay '37 of Denver, Colo., chairman of the enrollment committee of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, on March 25. Don attended a meeting of the local alumni at the home of Jack
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News from Clubs & Classes
New York City
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EDWARD B. REDMAN '06
RALPH SMITH '46
St. Patrick's Day Dance: On March 17, New York alumni made it a doubly big day for the Green, by staging a festive dance at the Dartmouth Club. Several hundred alumni, their wives, dates and guests danced to the music of Dick
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News from Clubs & Classes
Jacksonville
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LAURENCE W. HOWARD JR. '51
ALFRED SEITNER '34
On March 7 the Dartmouth Club of Jacksonville, after a long period of inactivity, met for the purpose of reorganizing our club. With wives and guests we had a total attendance of 37, the largest in our history. A new constitution
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News from Clubs & Classes
Cleveland
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EBEN H. COCKLEY '40
JACK CHILDS '09
When Don Morrison, Dean of the Faculty, spoke before the Cleveland alumni on March 11 at the University Club, the consensus was that he gave more straight-from-the-shoulder, down-to-earth information about the Hanover scene than
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News from Clubs & Classes
Harrisburg
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VICTOR D. MACOMBER '46
BURT C. PROOM '49
On Wednesday, March 30, the Dartmouth Club of Central Pennsylvania held its annual Dinner Meeting at Van's Colonial Restaurant in Harrisburg. The affair was attended by about thirty alumni, undergraduates and fathers.
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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News from the Classes
1887
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FRANK B. SANBORN
Fred A. Rowland's estate, by his will, has provided funds for a new electric lightingsystem in the Public Library of Lisbon, N. H. The Littleton (N. H.) Courier of February 24 reports that this lighting system covers both the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
HARDY S. FERGUSON
What more fitting tribute could a widow, relative or friend of a deceased member of our Class pay to his memory than by making a contribution to the Alumni Fund in his name? In the Fund campaign of 1954 contributions were made,
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News from the Classes
1890
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WILL A. CHARLES
I am sorry to report that Dr. William Pingry Boynton died suddenly at Balboa, Calif., while on a fishing trip.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
KENT KNOWLTON
June birthdays: Grover, June 4; Martyn,June 29. Aren't you going to write a poem,Eddie, to celebrate? We hope so. Kid Martynnot only is the youngest member of the Classbut also has, we believe, the largest numberof children, .grandchildren and
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News from the Classes
1895
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ROLAND E. STEVENS
WILLIAM F. RICE
On the 19th of March, I started for Florida. My car was loaded with a cargo of a domestic nature. About every square inch of space not occupied by passengers was filled with useful merchandise.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
The ALUMNI MAGAZINE of May 1954 carried a full account of the reunion of the Ham family. The photograph which appears with these notes was not available when the story went to press. Identification (left to right) follows:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
MORTON C. TUTTLE
Three interesting letters from classmateshave been received by the Secretary, and excerpts from them follow.
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News from the Classes
1898
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FREDKRIC P. LORD
JAMES R. CHANDLER
During the month of April several members of our Class have moved about this country or prepared to do so. Bob Osborne, according to his plans, has left Atlantic City, where he was to spend the winter, to go to his summer home
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News from the Classes
1899
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PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
May birthday greetings to Ralph Hatches,Warren Kendall, Tim Lynch and Tom Whittier. Bill Wiggin has three grandsons in military service. Earl Ray Jr., son of Bill's daughter Dorothy, has shortly completed a tour of duty in the air arm
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News from the Classes
1900
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LEONARD W. TUTTLE
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
Once in awhile, an error occurs, no matter how carefully copy be prepared. If one refers to the paragraph on Bob Jackson in our fortieth Class Report (dated 1941) he will find an error which should be corrected. The statement
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVFNS
RICHARD WARD
We are glad to report that Chan Cox, who has been in the hospital in Boston, is improving every day and will be home very soon Frank and Elsie Cudworth had a grand time in St. Pete. Cuddy endeavored to get others to join him
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News from the Classes
1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES
HERMON W. FARWELL
A letter from Ben Riley accuses me of not reading the communications from classmates. I would again call his and other classmates' attention to the fact that my notes are published in the MAGAZINE one month after submission.
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News from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
MORTON B. FRENCH
LEIGH KIMBALL '03
I served my sentence and was freed from the hospital March 6. Quite a number of cards and letters were received from classmates, for which please accept my thanks.
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News from the Classes
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
Some four years ago, your Secretary was invited to come to the Royal Park Inn, Vero Beach, Fla., as the guest of L. G. Treadway '08, owner and director of this hotel and many other hotels in the Treadway system. He found a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
FLETCHER A. HATCH
If any of you men who have not yet retired are suffering under the delusion that those who have retired are bored with a life of inactivity, read this in regard to our SliverHatch, quoted with slight alteration from his local
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
A recent letter from Eric Kelly relates an incident about Dave Main in which I am sure his classmates would be interested. It emphasizes great sportsmanship, which was one of Dave's outstanding characteristics.
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News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
PHILIP H CHASE
Dwight Hiesiand, who for many years has made his home and practiced his teaching profession in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, now reports his address as c/o Mrs. Harry E. Smith, 150 S. Quintens Road, Palatine, Ill.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
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GEORGE E. SQUIER
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
A report on the Vero Beach Invasion. It started off badly. Imagine our surprise, upon arriving, to be told that Mike Stearns was at home in a hospital as a victim of ticker trouble, and did we miss him! Annis kept us advised
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILBS
RALPH B. CLEMENT
When this publication reaches the light of day we'll be in the middle of the Alumni Fund campaign and only about a month away from reunion time. Let's hope that both of them will be a smashing success in the '09 department.
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News from the Classes
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
Here is the reunion program for men and wives:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
It looks as though we will have a pretty good crowd for the reunion at Orford Inn the weekend of June 25, with 24 classmates and wives having signed up their intention of being there. Here is the list: Eddie and Gertrude
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
George Steele was off for the Virgin Islands in March for a three weeks' relaxation from Choate School, Wallingford, Conn. His trip in Europe last year is happy memories now, especially his visit with Keith and Doris Wood in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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PEN NELL N. ABORN
JAMES D. GREGG
Again it is my sad duty to report the death of two more classmates: Alex Tuck died March 18 in Geneva, Switzerland, after a long illness, and Eddie Bowler died March 21, in North-ampton, Mass., also having been ill for a long
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Kike Richardson and Eben Clough authenticate the late news flash in last month's Notes with a snapshot sent to the Secretary. Kike's dress would appear to belie the frigid temperature -but don't let it fool you - he's a tough
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1916
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F. STIRLING WILSON
ALEXANDER J.. JARDINE
This is what is happening to 1916 as the time rolls around for our monthly resume in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
WILLIAM C. EATON
Last month it was rather casually reported that Sumner Emerson had been named general chairman of the 1955 United Hospital Fund campaign in New York. Subsequent newspaper releases emphasized the true importance of the
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News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
The Dartmouth Alumni Assn. of Boston gathered at the Statler Hotel Feb. 16. Says Eddie Ferguson,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Recent visitors to the Hanover Inn were Chet and Emily Gale and Ken and CharlotteRice, presumably to see their fine sons, Chet Jr. and Kenneth and David. Southern travelers include Bill and Doris Cunningham, who are spending most of
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News from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
Grosvenor Plowman is our Man of Distinction this month. Syracuse University, knowing a good man when it sees one, invited Grosvenor to give the Salzberg Memorial Lecture on February 15 and at that time bestowed on him, through
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
DONALD F. SAWYER
At the risk of giving some of our less famous classmates inferiority complexes, we continue our policy of featuring 1921 men who appear in the news, in the belief that most of us take pride in our fellowship with those who thus
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
JAMES A. HAMILTON
It is sad duty to report the death of DonSweet on March 9. An obituary appears in the In Memoriam section of this issue.
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
THEODORE D. SHAPLEIGH
First off comes a report from Charlie Zimmerman of his trip to the Coast and then to Hawaii:
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLE
HARR F. RANNEY
Hanover spring is having its usual troubles with a lingering winter. One day it's been balmy and wonderful; the next, snow is in the air and the temperature around 30°. Palm Sunday was cold, with snow falling all afternoon and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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HERBERT S.. TALBOT
FORD H. WHELDEN
Writing in early March from his new home in Charleston, Milt Emerson reports a pleasant visit from Alice and Pete Blodgett as they were passing through, and adds, "It is spring down here now. The camelias, azaleas and other
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
ANDREW J. O'CONNOR
As months go, May's among the best,It passes almost any test.The poets hymn its birds and flowers,Its golden early morning hours,Its skies of blue, its fields of green,Its symphony of scent and scene.May is, in fact, the people's choice,And just
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News from the Classes
1927
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CARLETON G. BROER
HOWARD J. MULLIN
I wonder how many of you have had an experience similar to the one I had last evening, when something that you see makes you feel that you are back in your undergraduate days and that the last 28 years must be a dream that
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
HERMAN H. SCHNEPEL JR.
Jack Herpel agreed to take over on a temporary basis the editing of our class newsletter, the '28 Campaigner, in 1944. His lively prose and verse and his wonderful sense of humor immediately won him a host of fans.
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News from the Classes
1929
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CHRISTIAN E. BORN
JOHN W. MOXON
At the recent annual banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston, John Dickey gave us a short but inspiring talk on the past year in Hanover, the present outlook, and some provocative thoughts for the future. John was
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News from the Classes
1930
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ALEX J. MCFARLAND
EDWARD R. SCHUSTER
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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News from the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM F. STECK
About the time this column appears in print, Laura and I will be luxuriating in the haven Hanover and setting aside a moment of meditation out of abject sympathy for those of you who will not be sharing our hinterland hiatus.
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News from the Classes
1932
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ALBERT E. ZINGGELER
BEN W. DREW
A nice letter from Larry Collins informs us that he is still connected with the Sutton Publishing Co., publishers of industrial magazines. Larry is managing editor of MetalWorking and spends most of his time traveling around the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
RICHARD JACKSON
Last month we wondered aloud why ArtBoisseau had moved his business activities from Hollywood to Gardena, Calif. The following clip from our local paper may provide a clue:
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News from the Classes
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
GEORGE W. COPP JR.
REUNION!! certainly doesn't need continual plugging from this inept huckster so we're just going to add a little something to it in the hopes that through the rest of this column there may run what Professor McWhood might call
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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HENRY R. BANKART
DR. EDWARD P. OFFUTT JR.
Here we are in May with only a few weeks to go before the clan gathers in Hanover for '35's Twentieth Reunion. And all the reports to date indicate there's going to be a grand turnout. Ted Harbaugh called me when he was in New
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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RICHARD H. MORTON
MUNROE S. FITZHERBERT
Those of you who haven't made final Reunion plans, shake a leg! Starting on June 16 and continuing for three magic days Doc Ingersoll and committee will turn back the Hanover clock a mere twenty (nineteen, to be precise)
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News from the Classes
1937
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CARL W. GRAM JR.
ROWLEY BIALLA
About the time you're reading this column, yours truly will be wandering around Hanover and environs with Fran Fenn, ArtRuggles and Rowley Bialla. The first weekend in May is a get-together of all Class Officers and always turns
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
JOHN R. SCOTFORD JR.
Johnny Scotford, whose accomplishments as Class Agent only slightly overshadow his zeal in helping the Secretary, has come through with a nice note he received from JohnnyJohnson, probably the most peripatetic member of 1938.
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News from the Classes
1939
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JOHN R, VINCENS
J. MOREAU BROWN
Lock the door! Hoasdi's back! From Newton, Mass., he writes:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
HUGH W. SCHWARZ
Not much news this month. Diz de Sieyes and his Indian Drum are benefiting - I hope. Frankly, the lack of grist for the editorial mill doesn't bother me as it used to. It makes me the more appreciative of those letters and bits
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
BRUCE FRIEDLICH
There was plenty of Dartmouth activity around the metropolitan New York area during April and I had occasion to see more than the usual number of '41s during that period. First of all, the Long Island Alumni Association had a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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ROBERT B. DEWEY
RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
These parts are still echoing with "zoom, zooms," "Wah-hoo-wahs," and female squeals of delight as the aftermath of last month's visit of the Glee Club. The boys, under the able direction of Paul Zeller, did their usual
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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WALDO L. FIELDING
LEO SILVERSTEIN JR.
KELLY COFFIN
This is my first communication with you as secretary of Dartmouth's finest class. Numerals in this case aren't even necessary. Unfortunately my appointment and my information arrived far apart from one another and so there
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
MALCOLM MCLOUD
Due to the tardy arrival of my class notes last month, the good editors took the shears to a portion of the copy to squeeze it into the allotted space. You'll recall Jack Jenness spoke about Al Barrett in his letter and went on to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
STANLEY L. NEWTON
Right now, I imagine, some of you are experiencing a twofold pressure from Dart- mouth, the Alumni Fund drive and Reunion. You're probably asking yourselves, "How much shall I give? Shall I go back to reunion?" Those aren't
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
JOHN B. WHITMAN
All you '46s keep your eye on the sky; one of our boys made it. From a most informed and reliable source, we learn that Bud Scheu now owns his own private airplane. Now a "roll" to Bud has double meaning. Bull and Bobby Hinman
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
ALLEN I. BILDNER
It's time for April showers and May flowers. It's time, too, for the Alumni Fund drive to begin. If you haven't already answered AlBildner's early letter, please do so now.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1948
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ROBERT HERRICK
ROBERT S. RUSSELL
This is going to be disorganized. Time's a wastin' and we're already over the deadline.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
KINSLEY A. BALL JR.
A lousy rainy Sunday today, so the gardening will be replaced by column-writing, esecially since this is due in Hanover on Tuesday, and I get wrist-slapped if I'm late.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
GLENN L. FITKIN JR.
By the time this month's ALUMAC reaches you our local links will have opened to one and all, and the air will be filled with mutterings and shouts of ire. The volume will depend on just how far out of bounds that slice
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
GARY H. MANSUR
I SENT MY CHECK TO THE ALUMNIFUND - HAVE YOU? DO IT TODAY!!
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1952
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ROBERT D. BRACE
GEORGE C. HIBBEN
Whatta place this New England! The first weekend in April it was, and Saturday the temperature was 70 degrees outside our apartment window. Sunday it was snowing; only a couple of inches here, but the ski areas are really
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1953
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ENS. EDWARD F. BOYLE USN
CHARLES S. FLEET
Spring is finally here and with it the annual Alumni Fund drive, providing us with the opportunity to partially repay our debt to Dartmouth and to help foster her future growth. Last year in certain respects we were disappointed
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1954
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WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD
LT. KEVIN I. SULLIVAN
COMRADES.... This month we mark our annual May Day celebration in troubled times. Encircled by militant, millionairing capitalistic states, we stand alone, the vanguard of proletarian internationalism throughout the world. Our
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90 Full Years to Look Back On
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To mark his 90th birthday on January 15, Frank B. Sanborn '87 was both author and recipient of a 48-page brochure put out by his company, entitled Speaking ofthe Founder of Sanborn Company. It is a fitting commentary on one who has
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Transportation Leader Honored
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A new honor came to E. Grosvenor Plowman '20 when he was awarded the Salzberg Medal by Syracuse University on February 14, for his patriotism and contributions to the transportation field. The citation accompanying the award
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Fund Work Cited
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In recognition of his 1954 Alumni Fund achievements, which rated him as the best class agent 25 years out of college, William H. Perry '21 received the James B. Reynolds Trophy at the Boston Fund dinner, March 29, with the
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An Annual Tribute to Freedom
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In what has become an annual occasion for a nationwide radio audience, James H. Fassett '29 for the third time related the story of Amos Fortune, Negro ex-slave of Jaffrey, N. H., during Brotherhood Week, on February 20 over
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Wins Hood Trophy
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The Harvey P. Hood Trophy for 1954 was awarded to Class Agent Munroe s. Fitzherbert '36 at the Boston Alumni Fund dinner on March 29. For his outstanding work among classes 11 to 25 years out of college he was cited as
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Prize Glass Agent
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At the Boston dinner launching the Alumni Fund drive, on March 29, the John R. Mason Trophy for 1954 was presented to Stanley L. Newton '45 for his excellent work among class agents ten or less years out of college. The
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FOR SALE HANOVER, N. H.
FOR SALE HANOVER, N. H.
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POCONO MANOR
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WILLIAM YOUNG, Realtor
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THE DARTMOUTH MANAGEMENT AND CREW
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CAMP IDLEPINES
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CAMP CRESCENT
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C. C. HILLS
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HANOVER REUNION?
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Dartmouth College Club,
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Article
Associated School News
Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN '22
The Dartmouth Medical Alumni about New York gathered at the Dartmouth Club at 6:00 P.M. 011 March 31 for cocktails, an excellent dinner by Ned Redman, and a heartwarming reunion with a representation that spanned sixty
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
The annual Boston Dartmouth Engineers dinner was held at the University Club on April 5. Total attendance of alumni, students, and faculty numbered 26 as follows: Paul J. Barnico ME'51, Sydney C. Beane '12, Irvin K. Besse '35,
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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H. C. MORTON
A face-lifting job on the second floor has given Tuck a new case discussion room of the most advanced design. Rooms 206 and 207 have been converted into one large room with a seating capacity of fifty. The desks and swivel
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Gulf in Hanover
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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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BOOTHBAY HARBOR, MAINE
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Preparatory School Directory
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WILLIAM J. ENGLISH,
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Alumni Register
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City Bank Farmers CHARTERED 1822 Trust Company
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DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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