Issue: 19560701

Sunday, July 1, 1956
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The HANOVER INN
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GENERAL, DYNAMICS
GENERAL, DYNAMICS
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Marching into the Future
Marching into the Future
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH Alumni Magazine
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In This Issue
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Wigton-Abbott
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Agrees with Kingsley
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Agrees with Kingsley
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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THE Greenbrier
THE Greenbrier
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Brands, Inc.
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE STORY OF BLINDNESS.
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RALPH P. HOLBEN
By GabrielFarrell 'II. Cambridge: Harvard UniversityPress, 1956. 270 pp. $4-50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
EURIPIDES II.
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JOHN B. STEARNS '16
Translated with introductionsby William Arrowsmith, Witter Bynner,and Richmond Lattimore '26. Chicago:University of Chicago Press, 1956. 263 pp.$3.75
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE CIVILIAN AND THE MILITARY.
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LEWIS D. STILWELL
By Arthur A. Ekirch Jr. '37. New York: Oxford University Press, 1956. 340 pp. $6.50.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
JAMES WILSON: FOUNDING FATHER, 1742-1798.
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A. L. DEMAREE
By Charles Page Smith '40.Chapel Hill: University of North CarolinaPress, 1956. 426 pp. $7.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE PRICE OF PEACE.
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By Charles G. Bolte'41. Boston: The Beacon Press, 1956. 108 pp. $.2.50.
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HINDE & DAUCH
HINDE & DAUCH
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Do You Know About — The Moosilauke Ravine Lodge?
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(Dartmouth's Own Mountainside Retreat)
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Faculty Book
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VAN H. ENGLISH
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY OF INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS. By Albert S. Carlson.New York: Reinhold, 1956. 494 pp. $12.50.
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Alumni Articles
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Henry W. Coulter '43 is the author of Geology of the Southeast Portion of the Preston Quadrangle, Idaho published as Pamphlet No. 107 of the Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology.
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Tuck School Sponsors Economic Conference
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WITH the Tuck School of Business Administration as host, a Conference on Economic Growth took place at Dartmouth on June 20, 21 and 22. Twelve top economists talked to business forecasters from government, industry and
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C. C. HILLS Realtor
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SUN LIFE ASSURANCE
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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The 1956 Commencement
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FRANK PEMBERTON
COMMENCEMENT this year was almost a "washout." Almost, but not quite — and the difference spelled success. The bugaboo, as you might suppose, was the vagariousness of New England weather, for the exercises in front of Baker
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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JOHN R. MCLANE '07, retiring as Life Trustee of the College after thirty years of distinguished service on the Board.
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Class Day 1956
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ERLEND E. JACOBSEN '56
I met an old man yesterday, It was evening and the sun was Burning yellow
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'56 Fund — Best Ever
The Alumni Fund office on July 6 did not yet have final figures for the 1956 campaign, but it knew that "Dartmouth's greatest year" was a reality and that magnificent, recordsmashing results had been achieved in all departments.
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The Alumni Fund office on July 6 did not yet have final figures for the 1956 campaign, but it knew that "Dartmouth's greatest year" was a reality and that magnificent, recordsmashing results had been achieved in all
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The Honorary Degree Citations
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DETLEV WULF BRONKPresident, The Rockefeller InstituteDOCTOR OF LAWS
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The Seniors' Valedictory
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WILLIAM FREDERICK BEHRENS '56
PRESIDENT Dickey and Trustees of the College, Members of the Faculty, Honored Guests (including, of course, the families and friends of the graduating class), Men of the Class of 1956:
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1960 Begins Big
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THE Class of 1960, entering Dartmouth next fall, will number about 800 men, an unexpected increase of approximately fifty over the last entering class and 75 more than had been projected. The Admissions Office, which has been
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Valedictory to 1956
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
GENTLEMEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: May I greet you as we stand on this threshold of your leaving by saying first what is most in my heart as a returned traveler - it is wonderful to go, but it is more wonderful to return. I hope it may
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The Fifty-Year Address
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THURLOW M. GORDON '06
PRESIDENT Dickey, Honored Guests and Members of the Dartmouth Family:
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Dartmouth Night
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Dartmouth Night next fall will be held on Friday evening, October 19, preceding the football game with Holy Cross in Hanover the following day.
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Lloyd D. Brace '25 Made Life Trustee
LLOYD D.
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LLOYD D. BRACE '25 of Needham, Mass., president of the First National Bank of Boston, was elected a Life Trustee of the College at the June meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees. He fills the vacancy created by the
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The Reunion Week
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EXTREMES of temperature characterized Reunion Week, with some classes meeting under near-tropical conditions and others glad they had brought topcoats along. It was agreed, however, that the Reunion Spirit of 1956 stayed cool,
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Reunion Winners
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HONORS for attendance at reunions this June went to the 50-year Class of 1906, which won the Class of 1894 Cup for having the largest per cent of graduates present, and the Class of 1946, which won the Class of 1930 Cup for
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1931 Gift Exceeds $100,000
1931 Gift Exceeds $100,000
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To mark the 25th anniversary of its graduation from Dartmouth, the Class of 1931 raised a Combined Fund in excess of 1107,650. At its class dinner in Hanover on June 16, a 1931 Memorial Fund of $90,000 was presented to
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Three Alumni Honored For Service to College
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THREE Dartmouth men who have served the College in important and varied ways over long periods of years were honored by the Dartmouth Alumni Council at the General Alumni Association meeting in Hanover on June 16. Recipients
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John D. Rockefeller Jr. Gives $1,000,000 To Fund for Building the Hopkins Center
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A GIFT of 51.000,000 from John D. Rockefeller Jr. of New York toward the construction of the Hopkins Center was announced by President Dickey at the 102nd annual meeting of the General Alumni Association on June 16. The
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George Nickum '31 to Head Alumni Council for 1956-57
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GEORGE C. NICKUM '31 of Seattle, Wash., was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for
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Sargeant Named Head of Alumni Association
Sargeant Named Head of Alumni Association
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HOWLAND H. SARGEANT '32 of Washington, D. C., was elected president of the General Alumni Association of Dartmouth College at its annual meeting on June 16. Mr. Sargeant, who is former Secretary of State for Public Affairs
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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THE tragic death on June 6 of John Curtis Glover '55, one of the really outstanding athletes of this decade or any other in Dartmouth history, has cast a long shadow over the concluding days of the 1955-56 season. Perhaps it
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With Big Green Teams
Spring Sports
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
During the final days of May the varsity baseball team dropped games to the University of Vermont, 15-0, and to the University of New Hampshire, 3-2, to set their season's record at six wins and fifteen defeats. The golf team
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With Big Green Teams
Football
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
It is now time to look ahead some two months and appraise Dartmouth's 1956 football team which returns to the campus on September 1 for nearly a month of intensive practice before the opening game with the University of New
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John Curtis Glover, 1933-1956
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
He came up from New York to New Haven that bright June day with his college years behind him and a newworld ahead. Three days before, he'd received his Master of Business Administration degree from Tuck School. The
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Weekly Football News Published for Alumni
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You can get up-to-date information on the Dartmouth varsity football team this fall by signing up now for weekly copies of BIG GREENFOOTBALL NEWS. The office of Sports Information will prepare and publish a complete football
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Awards to Seniors
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Richard Crawford Campbell Jr. Fellowship: Paul M. Ford, Brockton, Mass., and Kenneth F. Wlaschin, Scottsbluff, Nebr.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1896's 60th
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THOMAS C. HAM '96
THE Class of 1896 celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of graduation June 8 to 10.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1901's "Friendliest" 55th
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EVERETT M. STEVENS '01,
SINCE the 50th Reunion of '01 was the high spot, some of the fellows felt that the 55th would be an anti-climax. What a mistaken idea that proved to be! For this was the "friendliest ever."
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
The Golden 50th of 1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
THE memorable days of June 8, 9 and 10, 1956, are now a part of the history of the Class of 1906.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1916 Holds Its 40th
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F. STIRLING WILSON '16,
THE Class of 1916 won the Class of 1894 Attendance Cup for having the highest percentage of living members back for Reunion (The Fantastic Fortieth) on the June 15-17 weekend. Actual figures are not firm yet but the Secretary
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1920 Holds a Delayed 35th
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RICHARD M. PEARSON '20,
Highlights of Twenty's Thirty-Fifth: The loveliness of Hanover. The beneficence of the weather, from arrival to departure. The growing conviction, as long-parted friends met, and caught up at their leisure, and enjoyed each
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1921's Trigintaquinquennial
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REGINALD B. MINER '21,
The 35th was our best reunion yet. As a veteran of all our reunions we insist that the last is always the best. Harry Chamberlaine's efficient committee even provided hot, sunny weather for us after a cool, rainy Commencement
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1922 Returns for 35th
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WILBUR W. BULLEN '22,
ANOTHER reunion has come and gone but A it is not likely that it will be forgotten by those of us who were fortunate enough to be a part of it. Len Morrissey served us well as reunion chairman. The organization of it was letter
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1931's Big, 25th
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G. DOUGLAS MORRIS '31,
THESE notes could well be titled "The Miracle-Just-Off-Main-Street," or they could be appelled "Who Stole the Ding-Dong." Somewhere between those antipodal bounds is the story of the Big 25th. Where to start? How to put in
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1940's Festive Fifteenth
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ELMER T. BROWNE '40,
YOUR correspondent never caught up with the official count but 1940 returned to Hanover some 225 strong, counting wives and children. The weather was wonderful, sunny, warm and conducive to release of all deskborne inhibitions.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1941's "Fine" Fifteenth
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FRANK W. HALL '41,
THIS is a report on the Fifteenth Reunion. It was as fine a Reunion as one could ask for. We were blessed with the most beautiful Tune weekend you ever saw in Hanover. The sun shone brightly but not too hot-warm enough to go
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1942 Reports "Huge Success"
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ROBERT B. DEWEY '42,
IT all started out innocently enough with Reunion Chairman Al Britton scurrying about the class tent Friday morning getting the beer keg hooked up and the Coca Cola iced down. Class members registered in Middle Mass and claimed
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1946's Non-Stop 10th
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REGINALD F. PIERCE JR. '46,
46 WINS CUP
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1906 Presents Fund
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At its 50th reunion last month the Class of 1906 presented a gift of $21,000 to the College. This will constitute the Class of 1906 Memorial Fund, the income to be credited to the Alumni Fund so long as there are any living
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Alumni Headquarters for AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
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GULF
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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MRS. JAMES FORSTER SALE
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THE VERMONT
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Preparatory School Directory
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Alumni Register
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Thayer and Tuck Schools Award Degrees to 87 Men
Thayer and Tuck Schools Award Degrees to 87 Men
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THE Amos Tuck School of Business Administration and the Thayer School of Engineering held graduation on June 3.
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