Issue: 19561101

Thursday, November 1, 1956
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HANOVER INN
HANOVER INN
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Campion's
Campion's
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AMERICAN AIRLINES
AMERICAN AIRLINES
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Life Insurance for Dartmouth
Life Insurance for Dartmouth
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH Alumni Magazine November 1956
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In This Issue
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Cambridge Beaches
Cambridge Beaches
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INVITATION TO Bermerla
INVITATION TO Bermerla
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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About Class Notes
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Olé!
Olé!
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„ scientific laboratory
„ scientific laboratory
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FINANCIAL PRINTERS
FINANCIAL PRINTERS
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MUSICAL CREATIONS, INC.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE NAKED WARRIORS.
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JOHN HURD '21
By CommanderFrancis Douglas Fane, USNR, and DonMoore '25. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1956. 302 pp. $5.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ADVENTURES IN BIOGRAPHY.
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DONALD BARTLETT '24
By WillardConnely 'II. London: Werner Laurie.198 pp. 18s.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
WAGON WHEELS: A STORY OF THE NATIONAL ROAD.
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MARCUS A. MCCORISON
By William A. Breyfogle '28. New York: Aladdin Books, 1956.192 pp. $1.75.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
KENTUCKY PRIDE.
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HERBERT W. HILL
By Gene Markey '18.New York: Random House, 1956. 305 pp.$3-95-
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
COLLEGE CHEMISTRY.
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HENRY H. BAKER, JR. '29
Andrew J.Scarlett '10. New York: Henry Holt, 1956.499 pp. $5.00.
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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Herbert L. Marx, Jr. '43 is the author of 'Personnel's' Place in the Management Team in the August issue of Davis Review andModern Industry.
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CLOTHING
CLOTHING
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Ballantines
Ballantines
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Freenbries
Freenbries
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The FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
The FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
HERE are a few detective stories you might enjoy:
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The Dean's Shiny Nose
The Dean's Shiny Nose
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WILLIAM R. LANSBERG '38
A ND NOW, gentlemen, let me introduce you all to Craven Laycock, a graduate of Dartmouth College in the class of 1896 (this was also Robert Frost's class, by the way). Born in England in 1866, Mr. Laycock became a much-beloved
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COLONIAL AIRLINES
COLONIAL AIRLINES
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UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPORATION
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CALVERT DISTILLERS COMPANY
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NEW ENGLAND Mutual LIFE Insurance Company BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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Now that the College has settled down to work and the students have all been properly registered and classified, the figures from Registrar Robert O. Conant '13 show, as expected, that Dartmouth this year has the largest
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THE COLLEGE
Academic Parade
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ONE of the surest evidences that the College has once again settled down to the main business of learning is the steady influx of educators and national and international experts to meet with classes or give public lectures.
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THE COLLEGE
Corporation Support
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GIFTS to the College during the summer and early fall included receipt of the previously announced grant of $250,000 from the Ford Foundation for the Dartmouth Medical School and gifts from 35 different corporations.
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THE COLLEGE
Staff Appointment
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JOHN R. SCOTFORD JR. '38 joins the administrative staff of the College on November 1 as Special Assistant on the Hopkins Center Program. His initial responsibilities will be in the Office of Development in Crosby Hall. In
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THE COLLEGE
Gifts to Baker
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IN his recent report covering the summer activities of The Friends of the Dartmouth Library, Prof. Herbert F. West 22, director and secretary, lists a number of alumni donors among those whose gifts to Baker made the summer
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief . . .
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The southern end of the campus will be out of commission for some time. Now that the steam-pipe ditches have been filled in, that half of the green has been bulldozed, new top soil trucked in, and the whole area newly seeded.
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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DR. ROY j. WARD '97, named General Practitioner of the Year by the Massachusetts Medical Society.
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Frost Bust Presented to College
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Dartmouth placed a bronze bust of Robert Frost '96 on permanent display in Baker Library on September 26. At the unveiling with the beloved American poet and Pulitzer Prize winner were Hyde Cox of Manchester, Mass., donor
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The Poet as Teacher The Poet as Teacher
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RICHARD EBERHART '26
I WAS sitting in a business office in Boston five years ago when I received a call. It is sometimes said that men receive a call. Life elects them to go one way.
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Dartmouth Poet
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The election of Richard Eberhart '26 as Professor of English brought to the Dartmouth campus this fall one of America's leading poets. He is teaching a poetry seminar for seniors and also an advanced writing course.
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Lines to the Dead in an Old New Hampshire Grave Yard
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RICHARD EBERHART '26
They lie within their graves unsung Who cherished dreams and had no care And walked like lords when they were young, And found earth's meaning everywhere.
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The Convocation Address
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President Dickey, opening the College's 188 th year, discusses "the place itself" as a pervasive influence on Dartmouth's individuality and character
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II2 Sons of Dartmouth Men in Freshman Glass
II2 Sons of Dartmouth Men in Freshman Gláss
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This fall's entering Class of i960 included 112 sons of Dartmouth men, one more than matriculated with the Class of 1959. With a total of fifteen sons the Class of 1930 tops the list. Sending fourteen sons each, the Classes of 1929 and 1931
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Financial Report for 1955-56
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A CONTINUING upward push in the expense of operating Dartmouth College is reflected in the annual financial report for 1955-56 which John F. Meek '33, Vice President and Treasurer of the College, submitted to the Board of
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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HAROLD L. BOND '42
RICHARD W. MORIN '24, Librarian of the College, was recently elected president of the New England Li- brary Association at the group's annual conference at Swampscott, Mass. He will serve a one-year term. Mr. Morin has been
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Arctic Voyager
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An exploration of 200 miles of the Greenland coast this summer, led by Prof. David C. Nutt '41 of the Geography Department, was one of the key steps in a project to develop port facilities there for year-round trans-shipment
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Club Officers Hold Conference
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MEETING separately for the first time, and not with the class officers in the spring, some forty Dartmouth alumni club presidents and secretaries, together with 25 alumni enrollment leaders from the New England area, gathered at
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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DONALD D. MCCUAIG '54
THE beanie is back, and, while it hasn't been worn with any astounding regularity, its return might gladden old hearts and raise the hopeful suggestion that, perhaps, the old days are not really, irretrievably, gone forever.
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Trojan Horse
Trojan Horse
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R. L. A.
They call it the "Trojan Horse." It is three by five feet at the base and stands about seven feet high. The outside is masonite and the inside is a complex of electrical circuits. To a layman it looks like a mechanical brain
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With Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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HANOVER always seems at its best in early fall. The hazy, lazy Indian summer days blend with the cool, crisply sharp autumn days and even an occasional fall rain serves only to freshen the unique elixir which comes with the
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With Green Teams
Football
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
With exactly one-third of its fall schedule completed, the Dartmouth varsity eleven team has two wins against one defeat. The Big Green opened at home with a 30-0 victory over the University of New Hampshire, lost to
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With Green Teams
November Schedule
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
VARSITY FOOTBALL - Nov. 3, Yale at New Haven; 10, Columbia at Hanover; 17, Cornell at Ithaca; 24, Princeton at Princeton.
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With Green Teams
Football Notes
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Three injuries that came out of the last game with Brown complicate the football situation for the remaining games. Dartmouth's top end, Monte Pascoe, tore some ligaments in his right hand which required surgery and he is in
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With Green Teams
Soccer
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Since World War II (and even before to an extent) Coach Tom Dent has moulded Dartmouth's soccer teams into some of the most powerful in the East. This year, time and other factors have caught up and the Dartmouth booters,
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With Green Teams
Cross Country
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Big Green varsity cross-country team opened the 1956 season by being shut out by a strong Manhattan College team 15-50 as the Jaspers swept the first eleven places in the meet. A week later the Indian runners finished third
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With Green Teams
Other Sports
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth Rowing Club marked the start of its Centennial Year this fall with the largest number of members in history, a new addition to the club boathouse, nine eight-oared shells, and a fall program of practice and
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Holy Cross Tied
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After two costly fumbles halted touchdown marches, the Big Green rallied in the final minutes to tie favored Holy Cross, 7-7, in the game at Hanover on October 20. The tying points were produced by Ron Fraser's sensational
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Class Notes
News from Clubs Glasses
Central New York
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,NORMAN L. SIMPSON '44
The fall season began auspiciously on August 29 with a fine gathering at the summer home of Win Rodormer '27 on Skaneateles Lake, where 80 alumni, undergraduates, and their fathers met to honor the sixteen entering freshmen
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News from Clubs Glasses
Philadelphia
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RUSSELL C. DILKS '51
Since our last report in June, Philadelphia alumni have had a full summer of Dartmouth activities.
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News from Clubs Glasses
Colorado
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HART D. GILCHRIST '31
Our first fall meeting was held on Friday, September 28, at the University Club and 31 alumni were on hand at our new luncheon quarters. Our future luncheon meetings will be held on the last Friday of each month at the
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News from Clubs Glasses
Washington, D. C.
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BRADFORD D. COLE '43
We were elated at the news that our President, Col. Willis S. Fitch '17, was selected as Club President of the Year at the meeting of club officers and enrollment workers at Lake Morey, September 27, 28 and 29. It was the first
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1889
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Chairman, RALPH S. BARTLETT
Ralph W. Doane died at his home on Doane Road in Harwichport, Mass., on September 29, at the age of 89. He came to Dartmouth from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the winter of our freshman year and remained until
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Class Notes
1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
PHILIP S. MARDEN
This is "the morning after" the annual Matt Jones Fall Roundup, but this columnist is feeling neither dazed nor groggy but very much set up.
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Class Notes
1897
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Chairman, WILLIAM H. HAM
MORTON C. TUTTLE
Once in a while a class secretary gets some mail from classmates. Five letters in the morning, first delivery about our classmates. Dr. Roy Ward makes choice o£ this month's report easy. Clippings about him from the Boston
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1898
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FREDERIC P. LORD
JAMES R. CHANDLER
Immediately following my request to '98 for the annual "State of the Union" message from each of you, along with the dues, letters have been coming in in gratifying numbers, all bringing the regular check and nearly all the much
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1899
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PHILIP H. WINCHESTER
EDWARD R. SKINNER
JOSEPH W. GANNON
More '99ers made their initial appearance into life during the month of November than at any other time of year; so here are birthday greetings to Charlie Adams, Leon Woodman,Joe Gannon, Bert Boston, Albert Galusha, and Fod Martin.
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Class Notes
1900
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LEONARD W. TUTTLE
CLARENCE G. MCDAVITT
H. LEBARON SAMPSON
Henry Weston's daughter Mrs. F. Bruce Hart has two children, Valerie (Mrs. Thomas Maxwell) and a son Bruce. To Valerie, a daughter was born in February 1956. Bruce was married on July 1955 to Lorette Poto of Boston. He has a
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Class Notes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
THEODORE N. WOOD
This past summer the Cudworths had two Fulbright students at their house for two weeks, one was a Finn, and the other a Greek. Cuddy says it was a very interesting experience . . . . We note the following classmates have enjoyed
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Class Notes
1902
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THOMAS L. BARNES
ALBERT H. DALRYMPLE
HOWARD M. HARRIS
There is no news that I know of. Why don't you send me an occasional line? I can only write of me and mine.
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Class Notes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
EDWARD H. KENERSON
Ned Kenerson wrote from Hanover where he was attending the Estate Planning Conference. He called on Harry Watson and said Harry was sailing next day (about September 14) for England, as a start for a trip around the world.
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Class Notes
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
THOMAS W. STREETER
E. R. BARTLETT
Sickness of classmates and the passing of three of them since June have brought your secretary many letters. As they have been read, he has been deeply impressed by the sincere interest and affection classmates have for each
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Class Notes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
FREDERICK CHASE
You will already have been appraised through Sliver Hatch's Reporter of our grievous loss in the passing of Gilbert Fall. An able, painstaking treasurer and a most cordial friend, Gib will be sadly missed. The deep sympathy of
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Class Notes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
THURLOW M. CORDON
Letters from a. number of our classmates have been received suggesting that from now on we hold a reunion in Hanover every year at Commencement time. Everyone, who was in Hanover last June, seemed to be enjoying himself and
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Class Notes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
JOHN R. MCLANE
"Come, all you Aged and Infirm. Ride, Run, Walk or Crawl. Bring your Golf Clubs or Crutches, — But Come. '07's one and only Fiftieth — At Hanover, June 7, 8 and 9, 1957."
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Class Notes
1908
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GEORGE E. SQUIER
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
WARREN CURRIER
Again it is my sad duty to report the loss of another loyal and stalwart classmate. On September 10, Gordon Blanchard passed away in his sleep. He was buried with honors by the citizens and organizations of Scarsdale to whom he
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Class Notes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
The handsome guy in the basketball regalia, whose picture appears in this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, is none other than GeorgeWarren Grebenstein '07. Although he's turned 72, he's one of the lads from around our time that you'd
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Class Notes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
JESSE S. WILSON
HERBERT A. WOLFF
Though it is fifty years since Tenner history began to be recorded, there are many indications that Tenners are still at it. For instance, here's Eck Hiestand, a retired businessman but a very active Congressional Representative
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43,44
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Class Notes
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
WARREN C. AGRY
October 12 found the closing of the Mountain View House after one of the biggest seasons in its history despite a wet and cold summer. Mary was looking forward to joining Tom, who had returned earlier to take up his work as
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article
44
44,45
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Class Notes
1912
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
Dick Remsen has had quite a year in 1956. In February he had an operation that was successful, but had a relapse and had to return to the hospital for a blood transfusion. After a short stay he went to his country home in Buck
4719181_19561101_000082.xml
article
45
45
Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
JOHN J. REMSEN
Vic Dunbar and Marjorie traveled three weeks through Nova Scotia and Canada this summer, spending one week at Margaree Harbor at a delightful inn.
4719181_19561101_000083.xml
article
45
45
Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PENNELL N. ABORN
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
MARTIN J. REMSEN
Thanks to Treasurer Charlie Batchelder, several items of interest are given this month, but before going into the act, you are notified again that Charlie is anxious to get as many dues paid as possible before you take off for
4719181_19561101_000084.xml
article
45
45,46
Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
G. KELLOGG ROSE JR.
Still a few echoes of the summer. Dale Barker writes: "The Cloughs were up for an evening and we talked about an interim reunion. After son Dick got separated from the service, we went down to the Cape for the two weeks before
4719181_19561101_000085.xml
article
46
46,47
Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
F. STIRLING WILSON
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
To begin with I should like to get the record straight. I didn't ask for this job. It was not a case of me and my big mouth, and "I'll be delighted to handle the monthly column." As a matter of fact, I told Stirling Wilson that
4719181_19561101_000086.xml
article
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47,48
Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
Dartmouth-Princeton Game, November 24 at 1:30 p.m. Don't forget the regular pre-game luncheon at the Princeton Inn. Luncheon will be served at 12 noon, sharp, so meet at the Inn by 11 a.m. for a social hour before eating.
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48,49
Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST H. EARLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
Marge and Eddie Butts (says he's just about retired) last winter cruised the Caribbean with old friends, and for 25 days didn't see a newspaper Or hear a radio. They spent the time sightseeing the harbors of those wonderful
4719181_19561101_000088.xml
article
49
49,50
Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
HOWARD W. COLE
As these notes have a deadline of October 5 in Hanover, the account of the big weekend in Woodstock-Hanover cannot be recorded, but sometime in November your Sec. will endeavor to get out a "Smoke Signal" with all the news of
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article
50
50
Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD M. PEARSON
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
About the time this issue appears Sherm Adams will know whether he is to be in business at the same stand for another four years, keeping the same ungodly hours and performing the same incredible chores in the course of what
4719181_19561101_000090.xml
article
50
50,51
Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
REV. CHARLES P. GILSON
LINCOLN H. WELD
DONALD G. MIX
A lot of goings on of interest and concern to, and of, the class are scheduled for the coming month - that is the month ahead between the filing of this column and the actual publication of it. The long planned
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article
51
51
Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
Bequest Chairman,
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article
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51,52,53
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Class Notes
1923
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[no value]
[no value]
CHESLEY T. BIXBY
CHARLES H. JONES
TRUMAN T. METZEL
Illinois-Michigan House Party: Sumner andBettye Sollitt were the hosts for the 1923 reunion September 21-23 and to say the weekend was enjoyed by all would be the understatement of the year.
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53
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Class Notes
1924
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[no value]
[no value]
CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
JOHN R. WHEATLEY
The first game is behind us, and for once we had a lovely weekend, and so the stands were full. There were some familiar faces, but I know I missed as many as I saw. BoyceButterfield dropped in the office briefly; his first trip
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Class Notes
1925
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[no value]
[no value]
HERBERT S. TALBOT
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
Our worthy-treasurer, Ed Roessler, has continued the pleasant custom, inaugurated by his predecessor Ford Whelden, of adding personal notes, however brief, to the printed bills for Class dues which it is his unhappy duty to
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54,55
Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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[no value]
[no value]
HERBERT H. HARWOOD
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
RICHARD M. NICHOLS
This is the brown month skeletal, bleak, austere; The season is running down like an unwound clock, Stowing and gathering strength for the winter shock, Stripped bare to honest essentials to finish the year.
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article
55
55
Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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[no value]
[no value]
CARLETON G. BROER
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
LEON C. GREENEBAUM
Whatever percentage o£ the automobile market the Ford Motor Company hopes to have in the coming year, they will have a hard time coming up to the share they must have had in the middle Twenties, if the number of you who claim
4719181_19561101_000097.xml
article
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55,56
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Class Notes
1928
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[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHARLES F. BRUDER III
Jack Herpel has been promoted again by the New Jersey Bell Telephone Co., this time to manage the company's Essex division. His office is now in Newark, and being the boss, he didn't have to ask anyone's permission before going
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Class Notes
1929
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[no value]
[no value]
CHRISTIAN E. BORN
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. GUNTHER
As the middle point is being reached, some people are beginning to talk about the next reunion - the 30th - but our experienced and reserved, though genial, Chairman Dick Barrett is beginning to act (and for those of you who
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57
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Class Notes
1930
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RICHARD W. BOWLEN
WALLACE BLAKEY
JOHN F. RICH
September 29, New Hampshire University opened the football season in Hanover. As has been the case ever since the Bowlens arrived in Vermont, we had with us over the weekend the Raymonds and McFarlands who always make the
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article
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57,58
Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN H. RENO
PETER B. EVANS
CHARLES G. ENGSTROM
This isn't much fun. having to pass on to you the sad news of Bill Geiger's death, co™" plete details of which are to be found in this month's In Memoriam section. We knew at our 25th Reunion he could not get well, but nothing
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Class Notes
1932
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[no value]
ALBERT E. ZINGGELER
JOHN B. WOLFF JR.
We are indebted to Scott Olin, Secretary o£ 1950, for sending along an article from The New Yorker on Dick Manville. We quote - "We ourself had scarcely caught our breath after inspecting the Bronx Zoo's tuatara ... when we
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article
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59
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Class Notes
1933
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY P. SMITH III
WILLIAM T. DEWEY
By this time, you have had the newsletter report o£ the September Affair in Hanover attended by between 40 and 50 members of the Class, both male and female. We are informed that the weather was gorgeous but the nights at
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article
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Class Notes
1934
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HENRY WERNER
WILLIAM L. WILSON
September was a month o£ getting squared away for the Executive Committee meeting to be held on October 20. More about this in the next issue. Jim Wendell, our Memorial Fund chairman, was in New York City for a meeting of all
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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[no value]
MILBURN MCCARTY '35
FRANCIS C. CHASE
I'm pounding out these lines here between meetings of the Dartmouth Public Relations Committee. Am glad to report that we had what seemed to be a fruitful conclave. Was lucky to have a reservation at the Inn, for the town was
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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JOHN A. SAWYER
FRANK T. WESTON
Here are some short notes on national and international moves made by '36er5.... JohnDavis has moved to Carmel, Ind. He is with the Sales Dept. of Republic Steel in Indianapolis. ... Col. John Bouker has gone out of the country with the
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Class Notes
1937
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WAYNE BALLANTYNE
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
Fall, now well entrenched in our midst, has brought with it a rash of business commuting for me, albeit o£ a rather dull sort; it consists of one or two-day stands in Chicago every week or two concerning the present and future
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Class Notes
1938
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TORN H. EMERSON
REV. ROBERT C. HARVEY
For several months now, rumors have flown here, there, and everywhere as to the whereabouts, activities, and future of one P. Brownell. He was reported to have deserted the confusing clatter of the Big City for greener fields,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN R. VINCENS
JOHN L. COULSON
It is indeed surprising! Whenever the cupboard becomes completely bare, somebody up there provides. This time it was the Class Agent up in Scotia, N. Y., a newspaper up in Oneonta, N. Y., and a chandelier up there on the ceiling.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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[no value]
[no value]
J. MALCOLM DE SIEYES
DONALD G. RAINIE
At this writing, the football season is just underway and a letter from Fred Porter informs me that the Class of 1940 was well represented at the New Hampshire game on what must have been the ideal fall day - clear, cloudless
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1941
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN J. O'CONNOR, JR.
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Aside from being a social success, Reunion also had its serious aspects. The most significant accomplishment of the gathering of the clan was the unanimous endorsement of the suggestion of our Treasurer, Stu Steffey, that our
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1942
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD W. BALDWIN
IRA L. BERMAN
From what one has seen and heard during the past month or so, it's not hard to gain the impression that a political campaign of high and low roads has wound its way across our doorstep and out through the TV set. It all reminds
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1943
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[no value]
[no value]
WALDO L. FIELDING
ROBERT L. CRAIG
The Red Sox fell and now the leaves are attempting to prove that they can also fall, but the sight of the latter is much more beautiful than the former. "Wait until next year," is a cry that is getting tiresome to the
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1944
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT A. MILLER
,WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
I kinda like that new bold type the Alumni Mag is using to make class members' names stand out, and just hope they'll print Don Larsen the same way, so people flicking through the magazine will think he was a child prodigy who
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article
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70
Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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[no value]
[no value]
AMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ROBERT D. OLDFIELD JR.
Your secretary was indeed sad to miss the Class officers' meeting in Hanover on October 20, but he was busy coaxing the best out of the Middlesex School football forces on that afternoon and was of necessity chained to the
4719181_19561101_000115.xml
article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1946
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS H. GILLAUGH
ANDREW J. MURTHA
Hello gang, and here we go! Recent visitors to the Inn and to Hanover: Dr. and Mrs. Jim Jones —Jim is practicing medicine in Chagrin Falls, Ohio; Lt. and Mrs. M. O. Schetley; Mr. and Mrs. Les Boyce - the Boyces are living in
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1947
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[no value]
[no value]
JESSE CHADWELL
GEORGE J. FERRARESE
By next month we hope to have preliminary Reunion information ready. Reunion Chairman Al Bildner spent a few days in Hanover this past September. Those of you who can plan now should arrange to spend June 14-16, 1957 in Hanover
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT HERRICK
JOHN S. FENNO
Hi Again! What follows will be a hodgepodge of miscellaneous information gained in a myriad of ways and completely disorganized. Reason: some guy limited the day to 24 hours and it just isn't long enough.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT H. ZEISER
WILLIAM A. WHITE 3RD
It's a beautiful clear fall day as I write this, the Big Green has won its football opener (which I saw - see below), business has been surprisingly good the last month, my busted finger is nearly healed - all in all things are
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1950
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[no value]
[no value]
SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
Having been admonished by our local ward bosses to get out and vote early and often, we've been sharpening up the family pencil (singular!) and think it might be wise to scribble off some notes about.. .
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1951
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID M. LESLIE
KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
The World Series has just started and we are quickly jogged that our copy should be off to Hanover for the November issue. Whether you be Dodger or Yank fan, don't forget that reunion is June 14, 15, and 16, 1957. '52 and '53
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1952
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT D. BRACE
DONALD F. MACLEOD
It's with some reluctance that I sit down today to get out the column because it is one of those beautiful fall Saturdays when, by all rights, I should be outside. The weather portends good shooting days ahead not to mention
4719181_19561101_000122.xml
article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1953
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD C. CAHN
FDWARD F. BOYLE
RICHARD CALKINS
Hello, again, classmates.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1954
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD
BENJAMIN J. BOWDEN
Mid-November finds our electronic age knob-twisters leisurely twiddling dials, setting up Saturday afternoon quarterbacking facilities in the living room armchair and calling plays over the carefully concocted cocktail. And all
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1955
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[no value]
[no value]
LT. THOMAS E. BYRNE
PAUL MERRIKEN
The Texas summer rolls on with 90 degree temperatures, while my young, pea-green cousin (Class of '60) writes of snow and sleet on the freshman trip. Nevertheless, having sampled southwestern weather and football, I could think
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1956
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD A. MARSH
RICHARD H. DEVOTO
Greetings, group. With over 800 freshmen the college appears all but bursting at the edges. Several fraternity houses expanded their living quarters, but things will remain crowded until the new dorm makes its appearance.
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Article
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Still in Shape
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Leigh Turner '04, Dartmouth's star tackle of 53 years ago, was the wrong man for a pickpocket to select as a victim. The St. Louis insurance broker, 77 years old, uncorked a perfect tackle when the thief was trying to make a
4719181_19561101_000127.xml
article
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Article
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Top Club President
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
You, Willis S. Fitch '17, former Colonel Fitch, are one of those rare birds who effectively runs a large operation in Wash- ington, D. C., on a low budget and a realistic platform. When you became President of the Dartmouth
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article
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Article
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Effective Desegregation
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Amidst the national concern with desegregation in the public schools, Louisville, Ky., has been a focus of interest because o£ the well-planned, peaceful way it has carried out the Supreme Court's ruling. The five-man Board
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Article
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He's Turning In His Suit
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
With the Exeter-Andover game on November 10, Bill Clark '35 will end his long regime as head football coach at Phillips Exeter Academy. Clark, who has been head coach for eighteen seasons, will continue to teach a full
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Article
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Secretary of the Year
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Raymond A. "Welbourn '41, in only a few alumni centers does one man ever become known as "Mr. Dartmouth"; but, from the shadow of New Hampshire's Ragged Mountain to the Maine border, from the summit of Mt. Osceola to Lucas
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Article
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The Navy's "Project Rockoon"
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Robert W. Kreplin '49, who is working for the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D. C., had a busy summer with "Project Rockoon." This project was an unusual series of upper atmosphere experiments in which ten
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Article
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The Army's Friend
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[no value]
[no value]
As a result of research in which Kurt S. Konigsbacher '45 played an important part, Army chow has a new and fresher taste. Dr. Konigsbacher, who has been working for the Evans Research and Development Corporation in New
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article
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Article
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Top Vermont Farmer
[no value]
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[no value]
Two and a half years after starting his own farm at Stowe, Vt., David W. Batchelder '51 has won top honors in the 1956 Vermont Green Pastures Contest. Against a background of an English major at Dartmouth and one year of
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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[no value]
R. S. BURGER
New faculty members are: Robert S. Burger, research editor, from the Louisville, Ky., Courier-Journal; Henry M. Piatt, assistant director of research, from Columbia University; and John D. Van Blarcom, assistant professor of
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
As these notes are being written, the College painters are freshening up the exterior trim of the Thayer School. Of itself, this fact would not be newsworthy since Business Manager Dick Olmsted '33 does a consistently notable
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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.]
4719181_19561101_000151.xml
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The IVY LEAGUE ALUMNI MAGAZINES
The IVY LEAGUE ALUMNI MAGAZINES
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4719181_19561101_000152.xml
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c.c. HILLS
c.c. HILLS
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4719181_19561101_000153.xml
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DARTMOUTH FAMILIES
DARTMOUTH FAMILIES
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4719181_19561101_000154.xml
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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4719181_19561101_000155.xml
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Norwich Inn and Motel
Norwich Inn and Motel
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4719181_19561101_000156.xml
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Preparatory School Directory
Preparatory School Directory
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4719181_19561101_000157.xml
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GRAY ROCKS INN
GRAY ROCKS INN
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4719181_19561101_000158.xml
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Alumni Register
Alumni Register
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4719181_19561101_000159.xml
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United states crust company of New York
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4719181_19561101_000160.xml
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Dartmouth Cooperative Society
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4719181_19561101_000161.xml