Issue: 19560501

Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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The HANOVER INN
The HANOVER INN
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AMERICAN AIRLINES
AMERICAN AIRLINES
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GENERAL DYNAMICS
GENERAL DYNAMICS
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Development
Development
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH Alumni Magazine May1956
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In This Issue
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TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM
TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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"The New Look"
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Should We Be Flattered?
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The ALUMNI MAGAZINE last month received a non-alumni communication expressing alarm over the Chinese birth rate. Because of a misprint, we cannot make out whether we were asked to stop it or top it. Either way, we beg off.
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Brooks Brothers, CLOTHING
Brooks Brothers, CLOTHING
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Westinghouse
Westinghouse
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
EMILY DICKINSON: AN INTERPRETIVE BIOGRAPHY.
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HENRY L. TERRIE JR.
Thomas H. Johnson '23.Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1955. 276 pp. $4-50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ALL THE BEST IN BELGIUM AND LUXEMBOURG.
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DONALD L. STONE
Sydney Clark '12. NewYork: Dodd, Mead if Co., 1956. 268 pp. $4.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE COMPLETE STAYMAN SYSTEM OF CONTRACT BIDDING
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FREDERICK PIERCE '01
Samuel M.Stayman '30. New York: Rinehart & Company, Inc. 1956. 223 pp. $3-95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE COURT OF VENUS.
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L.D. PEARSON
Edited by RussellA. Fraser '47. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1955. 168 pp. $4.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE ENORMOUS EGG.
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MAUDE D. FRENCH
By Oliver Butterworth '37. Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press.Little, Brown, 1956. 187 pp. $2.95.
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Alumni Articles
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Brig. Gen. William W. Stickney '26 is the author of Let's Face Our Problems in the November issue of The Reserve Officer.
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Faculty Articles
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No. 4 of New England Journeys contains three articles by Robert S. Monahan '29 as follows: Skiing in New Hampshire, illustrated by Paul Sample '20, Errol, New Hampshire, and Garden Without Weeds. Mr. Monahan is also the author
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The FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
The FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
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ALUMNI DIRECTORY
ALUMNI DIRECTORY
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TRIBUNO Vermouth
TRIBUNO Vermouth
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LYONDALE—Orford, N. H.
LYONDALE—Orford, N. H.
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THE NIMROD
THE NIMROD
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REALTY HOTELS, INC.
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SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Cambridge Beaches
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HIDE-AWAY LODGE
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
THOSE who may remember Len Howard's remarkable book Birds As Individuals, which came out in 1952 (Collins, London), will be happy to read her latest book Living With Birds. Whether or not Miss Howard is a genius - if genius
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Sailors, Hear This
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Dartmouth alumni families interested in sailing and who plan to be in or near Hanover this summer are invited to become acquainted with the Dartmouth Sailing Club, whose members have the use of several Tech dinghies of the
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"Dartmouth Skiway" Wins Name Contest for Ski Area
"Dartmouth Ski way" Wins Name Contest for Ski Area
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THE name "Dartmouth Skiway" won first prize for Miss Pauline L. Case of Hanover, assistant to the Secretary of the College, in the contest to name the new Dartmouth College ski area being developed at Holt's Ledge in Lyme, N.H.
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For Little Wahoos
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The Reefs BEACH CLUB
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IT'S YOURS
IT'S YOURS
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Union Oil Company,
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New Alumni Council Members
New Alumni Council Members
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WARREN L. FELLINGHAM '26 of Chicago who represents the Central States District for a first term of two years. Vice president of the Harris Trust and Savings Bank, he was president of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago
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CAMP IDLEPINES
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Norwich Inn and Motet
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Pink Beach COTTAGE COLONY
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La Province de Quebec
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With the D.O.C.
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ROBERTS W. FRENCH '56
DURING the cold and snowless month of January various officials of the Dartmouth Outing Club could readily be identified by their fellow students as they hopefully scanned the sky and pounced on TheNew York Times weather map each
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NEW ENGLAND LIFE
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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THIS month Dartmouth heads into the homestretch of its 187th year. Only seventeen days of classes remain for the seniors, who begin comprehensives on May 21; and the rest of the students have only one additional week of
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THE COLLEGE
Phi Sig Goes Local
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THE Dartmouth College chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity last month severed all connection with its national
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THE COLLEGE
Senior Fellows Named
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ELEVEN Senior Fellows for the year 1956-57 have been appointed by President Dickey following the recommendation of the Committee on Senior Fellowships. The men given this scholastic honor will work on the following projects:
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THE COLLEGE
Fernald Bequest
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THE College has received a bequest of $10,000 from the estate of the late Mrs. Alice L. Fernald of Milton, Mass., the widow of Dr. Guy G. Fernald '93 who died in 1939. He had been physician and psychiatrist at the Massachusetts
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THE COLLEGE
Shorter Work Week
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A 40-hour work week, instead of the present 45-hour week, has been approved by the Trustees for all maintenance and grounds employees, heating plant employees, janitors, watchmen and Hanover Country Club employees. The new
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THE COLLEGE
June Alumni Speakers
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SPEAKERS for three Alumni Luncheons in June were announced last month. Thurlow M. Gordon '06 of New York will give the traditional 50-Year Address at the Commencement Luncheon meeting, June 9, in the gymnasium. President Dickey
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THE COLLEGE
Miscellany
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THE new, 1955 edition of the Dartmouth Alumni Directory is now out, with a listing of 27,414 living graduates and non-graduates, some 3,700 more names than appeared in the 1950 directory. Including the Classes of 1884 through 1955,
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A Wah Hoo Wah for
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ALBERT BRADLEY '15, elected Chairman of the Board of General Motors Corporation.
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Alumni Fund Running Ahead of '55 Pace
Alumni Fund Running Ahead of '55 Pace
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THE 1956 Alumni Fund, three weeks after its formal start, had rolled up an impressive dollar total of $275,000. This was $22,500 more than had been received by April 21 last year, when new records were set in all categories of
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The Hanover Scene
The Hanover Scene
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BILL McCARTER '19
THE campus flag is at halfmast on this tristful April Day in tribute to Josh Gilbody, head janitor of the Baker Library since it opened twenty-eight years ago. It is unusual to give such official recognition
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GEORGE H. KALBFLEISCH,
Three letters, meaning Dartmouth Christian Union, that have a pervasive influence not only on the College but on the whole Hanover region
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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HAROLD L. BOND '42
PROFESSOR of Social Philosophy Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy has been invited by the West German Government to make a four-week inspection tour of the country in June. He plans to fly to Bonn June 4 and then for the next month to
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NEW YORK ALUMNI AWARDS
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THREE of Dartmouth's outstanding graduates of the New York area - or of the entire country, for that matter - were honored by the Dartmouth Club of New York at its second annual awards dinner, held at the Club on the evening of
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"It Was a Howling Success"
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WHEN the Dartmouth Glee Club takes to the road for its annual spring swing of alumni centers, College officials back in Hanover can confidently count on a steady inflow of enthusiastic mail from those who attended the concerts
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Korean Student Kwanha Yim
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R.L.A.
Kwanha Yim'58 was born in Sinchon, Korea, in 1929. His father was a farmer with forty tenant families on his property. The crops were rice and wheat. In 1946, the Communists set their land reform machinery in motion. The
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Oliver Wendell Holmes Slept – and Taught – Here
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ROBERT S. BLUM '55
DARTMOUTH'S Phi Beta Kappa Society, casting its eye about for someone to deliver the Phi Beta Kappa Poem to the graduating class of 1839, found their poet in a newly appointed member of the faculty. The gentleman, fresh
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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RICHARD L. GORDON '56
SPRING is here? Weil... yes. The snow is melting and the grass is through. However, after the fiasco of the last few weeks, no one dares express confidence that it's for real this time. We have hopes, however, because spring is
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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DARTMOUTH'S spring teams headed southward on March 25 in the midst of a driving snow storm and returned fifteen days later in the midst of still another one. Even in the South, Big Green teams were hampered by rain and cold,
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With Big Green Teams
Baseball
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Because of inclement weather which cancelled three of the eleven scheduled games and held morning workouts down to only three days during the annual spring trip, the Dartmouth baseball team for 1956 is still a big question mark.
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Lacrosse
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth varsity lacrosse team, captained by All-American goalie Clem Malin, spent the spring vacation on the Adelphi College campus at Long Island, N.Y. For the most part the Indians concentrated on practice sessions and
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Tennis
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Returning from last year's varsity tennis squad, which won eleven matches and lost seven, are six lettermen to give Coach Red Hoehn a reasonably strong first team. The Big Green tennis squad went all the way to Miami, Florida,
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Golf
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth varsity golf team, perennially one of the top spring teams under veteran Coach Tom Keane, got away to a fine start during its spring trip with a record of seven wins against only two defeats. The Big Green golfers
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Track
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The spring track team, with Coach Ellie Noyes handling the runners and Coach Ed Styrna the field-event competitors, was to open its season on April 21 against Harvard. The Indians have four dual meets, the Heptagonals and IC4A
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Rowing
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
As has been previously reported, this is the year that the Dartmouth Rowing Club has been building for ever since it was reorganized in 1951. The heavyweight and lightweight crews both face the most ambitious and challenging
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With Big Green Teams
Rugby
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth rugby team, organized on an informal club basis a few years ago, has been growing stronger each year and attracting more players and increasing enthusiasm in the undergraduate body. This year, during the spring
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Green Jottings
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The appointment of Allison Merrill as assistant ski coach and assistant supervisor for the new Dartmouth ski area at Holt's Ledge was announced last month by John A. Rand '38, executive director of the Dartmouth Outing Club.
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With Big Green Teams
Sports Schedule
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
BASEBALL — May 2, Holy Cross at Worcester; 3, Amherst; 5, Army at West Point; 8, Holy Cross; 9, Harvard; 12, Columbia; 14, Colby at Waterville; 16, Brown; 17, Williams at Williamstown; 19, Pennsylvania; 21, Vermont; 23, New
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"A Very Good Day"
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ADRIAN BOUCHARD
"These deer, they come every day. There were 24 out there yesterday," said Sam Brungot, caretaker and fire warden on the 27,000-acre Dartmouth College Grant in northern New Hampshire.
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A Grew Prize from England
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
ALTHOUGH the Dartmouth Rowing Club wasn't quite able to bring back the Thames Challenge Cup from the Henley Regatta in England last June, the Club did manage to lure away from England a rowing enthusiast and expert at fixing
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News from Clubs & Classes
Greater Miami
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RICHARD H. W. MALOY '49
On February 27, this club sent the following letter to President Dickey:
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News from Clubs & Classes
Philadelphia
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RUSSFLL. C. DILKS '51
Philadelphia area alumni enjoyed the Club's first Slap; Night in some time at the Princeton Club on Friday evening, April 13. The program included cards, beer, a buffet, and the chance to renew the Dartmouth fellowship. Those
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News from Clubs & Classes
Charles River
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RICHARD C. LITCHFIELD '22
After weeks of planning and preparation to stage a "Hanover Holiday" program for Dartmouth alumni and wives in this area, Mother Nature dealt the club a cruel blow. A blizzard, described by the local weather bureau as the worst
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Buffalo
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HENRY D. WATERS '52
On Wednesday evening, April 4, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Western New York met at the Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club for cocktails and dinner.
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News from Clubs & Classes
Central Florida
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SANFORD ROBINSON '25
JACK H. ZIMMER '42
Another successful season was brought to a close April 2 with the annual meeting, when 43 members and wives were present to hear Dean Joseph McDonald give a fine talk on the many problems facing a dean at Dartmouth. He also
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Atlanta
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DUNCAN A. DOBIE 3RD '38
All campfires were in full bloom out at the Naval Air Station in Chamblee, Ga., on the evening of March 28, when the alumni of Georgia were honored by a visit from the illustrious Dean of Dartmouth College, Joseph L. McDonald.
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News from Clubs & Classes
Cleveland
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ROBERT "W. MAC MILLEN '40
Any doubts the Cleveland contingent may have had concerning the hands guiding the football destinies were forthrightly dispelled with the appearance of Coach Bob Blackmail as the main speaker at our annual banquet, March 16. His
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News from Clubs & Classes
Northern New Jersey
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ALLEN I. BILDNER '47
REN GREVATT '43
With our first visit with football Coach Bob Blackman now in the record books as a success, the group is focussing on the final two events of the year. The closeout sessions to be sure, but two of our most important operations.
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Wisconsin
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WILLIAM S. TRUMP '46
Probably by the time this is published, alumni in Wisconsin will have received notices of our annual meeting to be held sometime in April. Election of officers, committee reports, and a guest speaker from the College will be
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News from Clubs & Classes
St. Petersburg
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ROBERT D. ATWOOD '42
The Florida West Coast Alumni Association was particularly pleased to have Dean McDonald as guest of honor at the annual luncheon meeting April 4 at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club.
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News from Clubs & Classes
The Great Divide
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HART D. GILCHRIST '31
The Dartmouth Glee Club arrived in Denver Sunday, April 1, and completely captured the city. Six hundred heard them at the concert at the Air Force Academy following their TV appearance on station KOA, through the courtesy of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1884
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JOSEPH S. MATTHEWS
Mary Louise Underhill Emerson, widow of our classmate Emerson, died at her home in Buffalo, N.Y., on December 20 last at the age of 96. Emerson and his wife were married on June 20, 1892, and lived in Buffalo until his death
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News from the Classes
1889
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Treasurer and Bequest
HARDY S. FERGUSON
In memory of our late classmate George P.Bard, his niece, Mrs. Constance Bard Wyman of Oklahoma City, and his nephew, bearing the name of George Bard, have pooled their resources and sent money to the Librarian of Baker Library,
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News from the Classes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
KENT KNOWLTON
. In the February issue hope was expressed that Ben Welton would recover from his heart malady so as to be able to give us some pictures of his winter sojourn at Vero Beach in Florida when we have our annual Round-Up next fall.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Following is the substance of a letter dated March 19 from our distinguished classmate, Herbert A. Warden:
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News from the Classes
1897
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Treasurer and Bequest
MORTON C. TUTTLE
We are often taking a backward look at events, incidents and accomplishments which have given us satisfaction. I wish all of us would write down some of these memories in definite form, like the winning of a law suit; the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1898
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FREDERIC P. LORD
JAMES R. CHANDLER
News comes to us belatedly from Hanover, Mass., that Ev Snow has not lost a bit of his spirit with increasing years. He and Ruth celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on January 10 last, to be followed in mid-February by
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News from the Classes
1899
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PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
May birthday greetings to Ralph Hawkes,Tom Whittier, Warren Kendall and TimLynch. Hawley Chase is in politics again, was running for member of the Newport, N.H., School Board back in February, but we haven't yet heard how he came
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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LEONARD W. TUTTLE
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
This is a list of 1900 Florida visitors for the past winter: Permanent: Jonakowskis, Wardens. Limited: Bigelows, Christys, Proctors, Rankins, Dodds, Mathes. Touring: Butterfield, Jenkins. No definite information: Putnam,
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News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Harland and Ethel Cate had a pleasant time in Florida this past winter, although the weather was not up to Florida standards. They were glad to get back home to the Cape however, and now are making their plans to be in Hanover
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES
HERMON W. FARWELL
Yesterday there came a cordial letter from Miss Margaret M. Perkins, Art Ruggles' secretary, in which she tells of the presentation to Jim Huntington of a citation by the American Association for State and Local History because
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News from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
MORTON B. FRENCH
Harold King died March 6 at Orlando, Fla. He had been ill for several years. While he had not suffered much, he had been deprived of doing the things he liked; one was not being able to attend the 50th.
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News from the Classes
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
Being down in Dodgertown your secretary finds himself caught oft' first base as far as class news is concerned.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
FLETCHER A. HATCH
—Eugene R. Musgrove
Mention was made in our February column of Percy Ladd's ministry in Moline, Ill. Percy returned to his old parish there in February, as a guest at a "historical week" in remembrance of the laying of the cornerstone and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
1956 IS THE BIG YEAR FOR 1906
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News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
PHILIP H. CHASE
Your secretary has news for you, exciting news, wonderful news: '07 is represented in Hanover by two undergraduates who are grandsons of one of our classmates. The young men are John Van R. King '57 and his cousin, Victor E.D.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1908
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GEORGE E. SQUIER
LAWRENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
HANOVER CALLING! The unofficial and coincidental rump reunion of the Class of 1908 will be held in Hanover, June 8 to 10. It is only necessary to advise Max Norton, Bursar, of your intention to attend, whereupon he will assign
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
RALPH B. CLEMENT
Spring is riding high these days (this is being written the latter part of March). Even if cold nights are still with us, the combination of thawing days has been ideal in these parts for the making of maple syrup which rivals
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
They're talking about reunion in Hanover in June! And they are writing about it, too. Just returned from New York City where the wind-up of my two days there was a luncheon session with Herb Wolff doing the "entertaining,"
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
HORACE G. HEDGES
191 l's next important date is June 17 at the Mountain View. Classmates are already signing up. Is your name among them?
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News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
BIG NEWS FOR 1912ers! Now is the time to make your plans to attend the annual Informal Reunion to be held at Orford Inn, Orford, N.H., June 22-23-24-25. Thanks to Henry Van Dyne, Orford Inn has been exclusively reserved for
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
Three blizzards in eight days in March around Boston tied up, and postponed, many events and much work and play. Mail didn't get through and news is scarce.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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PENNELL N. ABORN
JAMES D. GREGG
On April 8, Dr. A.S. Wheelock completed 25 years as minister of The Church in the Highlands, White Plains, N.Y. On that afternoon this anniversary was celebrated by a reception held in the Social Hall, and among the momentos of
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
JAMES L. LAFFERTY
If this smacks ever so lightly of trailing arbutus, it is purely synthetic — your scribe trying to visualize what it'll be like when this reaches the light of print - worth a try, anyway!
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News from the Classes
1916
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F. STIRLING WILSON
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
By the time you read this, plans for the Fantastic Fortieth (including your own) will have been pretty well crystallized. The Fantastic Fortieth Newsletters have given you the program of events, some of which are in common
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
WILLIAM C. EATON
Those of you living in the New York Metropolitan area and its suburbs, and anywhere else for that matter, will be glad to know that Gene and Lucile Towler again have offered to throw their Darien, Conn., home open to '17ers on
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News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
Because Pres. Ordia of Peru jailed their host (simply for electioneering) Jules andJanet Van Raalte switched their trip from Peru to Europe....Pat and George Stoddard laid out a terrific itinerary visiting '18ers in Florida, and we
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK. M. DALEY
Nineteeners have been doing considerable traveling during the last few months, most of it naturally to warmer climates. From Clearwater, Fla., comes a note from EdWarnke as follows:
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News from the Classes
1920
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RICHARD M. PEARSON
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
Ten million or so Reader's Digest readers got a "Close-up of Sherman Adams, 'The Rock' " in the April issue, thereby enlarging considerably the audience for the piece originally published by Time, Inc. But Ed Murrow, with his
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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REGINALD B. MINER
DONALD F. SAWYER
Last call for our Trigintaquinqucnnial on June 11-1213! Only one month before we arrive again in Hanover to see familiar faces, revive neglected friendships and appreciate at last the qialily of men who have put the hill winds
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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WILBUR W. BULLEN
JOHN D. DODD
You who weren't present at the informal reunion in mid-March missed a thoroughly good time. And don't let it be said that those who did attend aren't made of stern and hardy stuff. Most of us went over the roads in one of the
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
THEODORE D. SHAPLEIGH
The #1 news item for this May issue is the news release of the naming of Charlie Zimmerman as the" 11th President of Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. This appointment becomes effective as of July first and restores a
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
One of the frustrations of writing this column is that any mention of current events is ancient history by the time the MAGAZINE is in your hands. But I can't refrain from mentioning my experience in the blizzard of March 16,
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News from the Classes
1925
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HERBERT S. TALBOT
FORD H. WHELDEN
This is Park Merrow subbing for Herb Talbot for one issue. On March 24 Herb and Emily with son Geoff and daughter-in-law Jeanne sailed for a five-week vacation in Europe. Geoff is well recovered from his ulcer attack and is
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News from the Classes
1926
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD
ANDREW J. O'CONNOR
RICHARD EBERHART '26
SPRING:
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News from the Classes
1927
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CARLETON G. BROER
HOWARD J. MULLIN
When you read this it should be fine and balmy, well into the spring of the year. At the moment, it is anything but that, and those of you who live in the Northeastern part of the country will long remember the blizzards of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
HERMAN H. SCHNEPEL JR.
It is our sad duty to report the death of Paul Kruming, who was killed March 23 in a fall from his hotel room in New York. Paul had done a tremendous amount of work for Dartmouth and '28, having been an Alumni Fund Agent for
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News from the Classes
1929
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CHRISTIAN E. BORN
JOHN w. MOXON
Last month's Notes were hardly in the mail when we received a clipping about SqueekRedding's wife, Loretta, to this effect: Loretta Clarke Redding has recently been elected Alumnae Association President at Radcliffe College,
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News from the Classes
1930
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RICHARD W. BOWLEN
FREDERICK K. WATSON
For those who may wish to register complaints, let it be known that it is McFarland rather than Bowlen who is writing the notes for this particular issue of the MAGAZINE. It appears that one of the emoluments of having been
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News from the Classes
1931
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS
WILLIAM F. STECK
More About Reunion
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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ALBERT E. ZINGGELER
HAROLD H, DRAKE
On March 10, the Chicago Daily Tribune ran a full sketch on the life of Marv Chandler, President of the Northern Illinois Gas Co., in its column, "The Road to Success." I he article traced Marv's life from his birth in Boston,
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News from the Classes
1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
Richard Jackson
We have several interesting odds and ends to dish up for your reading pleasure this month. Had a fine letter from Ray Theriault (because George has been and is so busy that he has lost 24 pounds) enclosing a clipping from The
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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HENRY WERNER
HARRY B. GILMORE JR.
Hope everyone has received the newly issued Class Directory. If anyone needs an additional copy, please drop me a line to that effect. Mine didn't come in too handy on a recent trip to Palm Beach and Havana. The nearest address
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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MILBURN MCCARTY
THEODORE H. HARBAUGH
Late News Flash ... If you've been getting alarmed by a sudden, nationwide craze for hula music, been puzzled by the stepped-up sales in leis - relax. It just means that EdwardFitz-Randolph Donnell Jr. has blown in from Hawaii.
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News from the Classes
1936
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JOHN A. SAWYER
C. KIRK LIGGETT
We might call this issue of the class notes "The Builders' Column" because, well, you will see. Steve Dietz is building a house on the waterfront at Mamaroneck Harbor, N.Y. Steve hopes to move in May first. His address will
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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WAYNE K. BALLANTYNE
ROWLEY BIALLA
It would appear in retrospect that I hankered overly hard for spring in the March notes. We are now in April - as I write - and snow still clutters large areas of our place. Our friends in New England suffered more than we in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
JOHN R. SCOTFORD JR.
One of the most frequent criticisms leveled at the average secretary is that he constantly retails news of only a few classmates; this, of course, is usually because he doesn't get news of anyone else, and the old space has to be
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News from the Classes
1939
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JOHN R. VINCENS
J. MOREAU BROWN
Just flimflammed myself out of two pages of copy by not getting this done and into Gen. Summerfield's hands before the deadline. Padded the first fifty lines with an Appreciation of Spring just before falling into bed last
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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ELMER T. BROWNE
HUGH W. SCHWARZ
The reunion planning machinery, well oiled by Chairman Fred Porter, is whirring along in high gear these days. By the time you read this, Fred's committee, composed of Lew Lambert, Hanover liaison; Jud Lynn, entertainment;
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
BRUCE FRIEDLICH
The Fantastic Fifteenth Reunion is getting closer. In another month we'll be on the Hanover Plain. It is obvious that the Reunion Committee has big plans based on the questionnaire sent around last week by SnuffySmith, chairman.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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ROBERT B. DEWEY
RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
Only one more month to go! Our Frantic 15th Reunion kicks off Friday, June 15. In addition to 1942 the classes of 1916, 1931, 1940, 1941 and 1946 will also celebrate their reunions the same weekend. Headquarters for 1942 will
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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WALDO L. FIELDING
LEO SILVERSTEIN JR.
As you undoubtedly know, the three storms that have hit us here in New England made our area look like the middle of winter on the campus at Hanover. We have been surrounded by so much snow that I have felt somewhat like the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
MALCOLM MCLOUD
I thought I had the space for the May notes pretty well allocated with the story about one of our colleagues who "touched off a hunt for a shipwreck and treasure that experts believe may have inestimable historic and monetary
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ELIOT S. MOVER
In the words of the great somebody-or-other, "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their college." This may have been philosophically stated by Nichol M. Sandoe, more familiarly known as the "Hanover Hotfoot"
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News from the Classes
1946
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR.
JOHN B. WHITMAN
Just picking the letters off the top of Andy Murtha's huge pile of reunion responses, the following should be a pretty good random check for you to find your old cronies who are definitely coming back (with their wives). Space
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News from the Classes
1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
ROBERT H. SNEDAKER JR.
As announced last month, there was a meeting of the Class of 1947 Executive Committee, at the Dartmouth College Club in New York City on Saturday morning, March 17. (All past and present members were invited.) Present were
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1948
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ROBERT HERRICK
ROBERT S. RUSSELL
Greeting - fellow treadmillers! It's Lonesome Bob again at the keys of the trusty portable trying to see what the last month has wrought.
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News from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
KINSLEY A. BALL JR.
Easter has come and gone, and for the first time this past week's weather has suggested that spring is actually going to come this year. For awhile there were sincere doubts. However, the ball teams have broken camp in Florida
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News from the Classes
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
THEODORE E. BAMBERGER
The joys of spring are at hand. Our neighbors' TV sets wail through the open window so that we are never in doubt as to who done it, or who's on first. Grand. Pardon us while we turn up the volume on our phonograph, and then on
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1951
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DAVID M. LESLIE
GARY H. MANSUR
Into your hands has rolled the scads of Alumni Fund material so well and thoughtfully prepared. The appeals from Hanover and your classmates represent far more than the hundreds of other appeals for funds that come to all of us
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1952
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ROBERT D. BRACE
GEORGE C. HIBBEN
It seems to me that last month I had something to say about the way the month of March eased its way gracefully in, in this general area. Unfortunately, it didn't leave the same way. In short, any comments on the weather would
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News from the Classes
1953
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LT. (JG) EDWARD F. BOYLE
JOHN W. CORCORAN
Greetings again.... We hope that wherever you are located April showers (or should that be snow and slush) have given way to May flowers, sunshine and good cocktail parties. The first weekend in May will find us trekking up to
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News from the Classes
1954
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WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD
LT. KEVIN I. SULLIVAN
Fifty-four suffered a serious loss on March 19 when Nat Hopkins passed away at his home in Upper Montclair, N.J. Nat had been a victim of a neuromuscular ailment sine he was 5 years old.
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News from the Classes
1955
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THOMAS E. BRYNE
ROY B. HILL
Spring Fever has, as usual, taken Hanover by storm and the same old sounds - the flailing of golf clubs, the crack of wood on horsehide, the fraternity "hum" rehearsals. The weekends too bring the traditional mass exoduses
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Albert Bradley '15, a member
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Albert Bradley '15, a member of the board of directors of the General Motors Corporation since 1933 and Executive Vice President since 1942, has been named Chairman of the Board, succeeding Alfred P. Sloan Jr., who retired
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Insurance President
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Charles J. Zimmerman '23, Alumni Trustee of the College, and managing director of the Life Insurance Agency Management Association since 1951, was named president of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Hartford,
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Posthumous Citation
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Harr F. Ranney '24, who died last June, was posthumously honored by the Alumni Fund Committee at the class agents dinner in New York in late March. Following is the special citation read and presented to Mrs. Ranney at the
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Trophy Winner
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Ford H. Whelden '25, received the James B. Reynolds Trophy at the Boston class agents dinner in late March, in token of his being named, for 1955, the outstanding head agent of a class more than 25 years out of college.
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Brig.
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Brig. General William W. Stickney '26, formerly Deputy Director, is now Director of the Marine Corps Reserve. Among his many responsibilities is visiting some 262 Reserve Units in the United States. He is Marine Corps
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Human Drama at Lowu
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From Hong Kong, where Robert A. Aylward '37 is a United States Foreign Service officer, a Christmas letter from him and his wife Meg was sent to their friends. It gives a vivid account of some of the happenings that made
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1942 Reunion Facts
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Dates: June 15, 16, 17, 1956.
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Prize Agent
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Richard W. Lippman '42, head agent, was honored with the 1955 Harvey P. Hood Trophy at the Alumni Fund dinner in Philadelphia in late March. This award, for the outstanding head agent of a class eleven to 25 years out of
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Fund Work Cited
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Gary H. Mansur '51, received the John R. Mason Trophy at the Boston Alumni Fund dinner in late March, in recognition of 1955 Fund achievements that made him the outstanding head agent among the ten youngest classes.
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Medical School
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ROLF C. SYVERTSEN, 1922
This is the season of the year when housing is the watchword on the Medical Campus. Twenty-four first year students, of whom some may be married; fourteen internes, many of whom will be married; and an unknown number of
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
There may be references to our spring weather, lack of, in other sections of this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE and some of them may originate a lot farther south than Hanover, so no mention of our spring weather, lack of, will
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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A.W. FREY
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear m this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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Preparatory School Directory
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Chieftain Motel LYME ROAD, HANOVER. N.H. TEL. 550
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Alumni Register
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