Issue: 19580201

Saturday, February 1, 1958
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Mutual LIFE Insurance Company
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TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM Scotch Whisky
TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM Scotch Whisky
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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A Freshman Too Soon
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TRY THE WALL STREET JOURNAL GET-AHEAD PLAN
TRY THE WALL STREET JOURNAL GET-AHEAD PLAN
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The HAOVER INN
The HAOVER INN
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH Feburary 1958 Alumni Magazine
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In This Issue
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Norwich Inn and Motel
Norwich Inn and Motel
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Williamsburg
Williamsburg
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Glee Club in Boston
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Under the auspices of the Dartmouth Women's Club of Boston, the Dartmouth Glee Club, with the Injunaires, will give a concert Saturday evening, February 15, at the New England Mutual Hall, 225 Clarendon Street, Boston, beginning
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PARTHENON PICTURES
PARTHENON PICTURES
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Restored Cape Cod House PLAINFIELD, N. H.
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DE SOTO
DE SOTO
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
OLIVER GOLDSMITH.
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JOHN HURD '21
By Ralph M. Wardle '31. Laxurence: University of Kansas Press, 1957. 330 PP. $5-00.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
AMOS JACKMAN.
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ROBERT S. MONAHAN '29
By Daniel Doan '36. Boston: Beacon Press, 1957. 312 pp. $3.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA.
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HERBERT GARFINKEL
By Stephen K. Bailey, Howard D. Samuel '47, and Sidney Baldwin. New York: Henry Holt, 1957- 587 PP. $8.75.
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Alumni Articles
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Richard G. Wood '22 is the author of "The Vermont Historical Society: A Status Report," reprinted from the October number of TheNew England Social Studies Bulletin.
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Faculty Articles
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A translation of Albert Camus' preface to The Stranger by Prof. Vernon Hall Jr. appears in The Nation of November 16.
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Belleview Biltmore
Belleview Biltmore
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Chieftain MOTEL
Chieftain MOTEL
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HINDE & DAUCH
HINDE & DAUCH
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Full-time, off-the-job GRADUAT
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Western Electric
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS is one of the most literate members of the Supreme Court of the United States. He is also a man of conviction. In these days to believe in the Bill of Rights is either to be a national tionalhero or an enemy
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QUALITY COURTS
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Home with Professional Offices
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SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Reynolds Grants Open
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FIVE James B. Reynolds Foreign Scholarships, each carrying a stipend of $2,000, will be awarded to outstanding Dartmouth graduates for study abroad during the academic year 1958-59. Alumni are eligible to apply, but preference
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"21" Brands, Inc.
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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THIS is the time of year when an unconscionable publicity director could draw a hyperbolic, yet actual, picture of Dartmouth undergraduates avid for knowledge. A crowd of students on the library steps waiting for the doors to
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THE COLLEGE
Snow for Carnival
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lOTS of January snow and excellent skiing conditions, which no one would have dared predict after December's dismal have made it harder for cramming students to stick to business. Dartmouth Skiway, ready for its first
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THE COLLEGE
Busy Days
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THE two weeks between the end of Christmas vacation and the beginning of the final-exam period produced no major news to pass along to alumni readers. On the administrative front, these past weeks have been busy ones of further
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THE COLLEGE
Poison Information Center
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Six members of the Dartmouth Medical School faculty form the staff of a new Poison Information Center established at the Hitchcock Hospital and financed by a grant of $10.000 from the New Hampshire State Board of Health. Now
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief . . .
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PRESIDENT DICKEY was one of a group of prominent U. S. citizens who last month issued a report on this country's international security and defense structure. The first of a series of studies financed by the Rockefeller
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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EUGENE R. GARDNER '11, elected President of the Board of Trustees of the Devereux Foundation, which operates schools for retarded children.
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Alumni Dinner Speakers
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FEBRUARY and early March will find several members of the faculty, administrative staff and coaching staff on the road to take part in sixteen different alumni gatherings in the East, South and Middle West.
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The Hanover Scene
The Hanover Scene
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BILL McCARTER '19
THERE have been numerous skillful and informed encomia on the contribution of Ernest Martin Hopkins to the College and the world, and this is but a small word from one of a small group who worked
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What Makes a College New?
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BANCROFT H. BROWN, B. P.
JOHN. NASH '60
Professor Brown's talk about Dartmouth and its faculty was originally presented to the Class of 1932 at its 25th reunion. Its publication in the Alumni Magazine has been urged by many persons who heard it: an idea the editor can claim to have acquired independently the moment he read the text. The talk, printed here with Professor Brown's permission, is a remarkably astute and instructive analysis of the teaching side of the College.
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About the Author:
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Prof. Bancroft H. Brown has taught mathematics at Dartmouth since 1922 and during the past 35 years has continually helped to make things both "new" and lively. He is a prime example of the fact that full professorial rank
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Regional Leaders Named for Campaign
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Key leaders in the Capital Gifts Campaign that is part of Dartmouth's 200th Anniversary Development Program are these fourteen alumni of the College who are serving as Regional Chairmen. To these regional leaders has been given
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Psychology at Dartmouth
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CHARLES LEONARD STONE '17
This article is an abridgement of the somewhat more professional paper presented this past fall at a colloquium of the Psychology Department. The author, the first Professor of Psychology Emeritus at Dartmouth, taught psychology longer than any other person in the history of the College: forty years, from 1916 to 1956.
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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HAROLD L. BOND '42
WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '28, Dean of the Thayer School of Engineering, has been elected to two national engineering-education groups. He will serve as one of eight men who comprise the Engineering Education Committee of the
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Another Carnival
Another Carnival
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LINCOLN MITCHELL '58
1910: An outdoorsman named Fred Harris '11 organized a winter field day, students applied axes and saws to a few hefty trees, prizes were awarded, and the Dartmouth Winter Carnival was on its way.
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Fastest Man on Skis
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BOB ALLEN '45
THE next time you are driving your car, look down at the speedometer; the chances are that its top is 110 or so. Your usual speed is probably 55 or 60 and, sometimes, on the parkways you may do 70. But how many times have you
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With Big Geen Teams
With Big Geen Teams
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LAST month, as we wrote this column, Dartmouth's winter teams were having a breathing spell for the Christmas holidays. This month, after a final burst of activity during the January 17-18 weekend, the Big Green teams get a
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Basketball
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Leading the current winter victory parade is the Big Green basketball team which currently boasts a 13-1 record. The fast-breaking Indians have won four straight Ivy games and are currently leading the league.
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Hockey
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
After sweeping to six straight victories before Christmas vacation, the Big Green hockey team suffered two losses in the Holiday Tournament at Boston, then returned to Hanover to split even in two Ivy League contests, for an
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Swimming
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Another Big Green team doing well is the swimming squad which has posted two victories against two defeats. Since last month, the Big Green swimmers have downed Amherst, 67-19, lost to Army, 49-37, and trounced Columbia, 61-25.
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Track
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Track coach Ellie Noyes and assistant Bill Joyner had figured this to be only an average year with a fair nucleus of returning veterans and a promising crop of sophomores. But injuries have hit hard among the veterans and the
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Squash
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
A father and son combination of Coach Red Hoehn and first-ranked player Dick Hoehn is currently sparking the Dartmouth squash team to what may be one of its best seasons in recent years. Thus far the Indians have defeated
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Skiing
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
A general lack of snow throughout the Northeast from early December through mid-January hampered the Big Green varsity skiers to some extent. The cross-country team has been in action at Franconia, and the jumpers have
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Sports Schedule
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
BASKETBALL - Feb. 1, Brown; 7, Cornell 8, Columbia; 12, Harvard; 15, Yale at New Haven; 21, Penn at Philadelphia; 22, Prince, ton at Princeton; 28, Princeton; March 1. Penn; 5, Brown at Providence.
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Other Sports
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth wrestling team, coached by Larry Fowler, has had only one meet since last month, losing to Colgate, 24-6. This loss coupled with a loss to Harvard and an early win over McGill gives the wrestlers a 1-2 record.
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Class Notes
News from Clubs & Classes
Tokyo
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I. ROBERT LEVINE '54
No sake, no sulciyaki, but an evening of dancing, drinking, and dining at the Nikkatsu Family Club concluded the 1956 calendar for our club.
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Monmouth County, N. J.
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EDGAR B. BLAKE '25
Associate Dean Arthur C. Kiendl '44 was the main speaker at our annual dinner at the Union House in Red Bank on December 4. The Dean, who had driven down from Hanover that day, found himself in as fine a New Hampshire snowstorm
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Charles River
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RICHARD C. LITCHFIELD '22
A near capacity crowd of some 175 alumni and wives packed the ballroom of the Wellesley Country Club on the evening of December 5 to welcome Dean of the College, Joseph L. McDonald. It was indeed most gratifying to the members
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Providence
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Providence has had an active fall. On September 20 we held a cocktail party for the members and their wives at the Narragansett Boat Club. Fifty members were in attendance and a good time was
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Great Divide
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HART D. GILCHRIST '31
We had our largest and many say our finest turn-out for the Dartmouth parties on Saturday, December 21.
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Georgia
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THEODORE WALTER '46
Ex-president Warren Agry '45, pinch-hitted for prexie Charlie Altman '24, who was vacationing in Havana, Cuba, when some 30 Dartmouth alumni, students, prospective students, and friends gathered on December 27 in the Bamboo
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Cleveland
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN '40
In the best of birthday traditions the Dartmouth Club of Cleveland celebrated its 50th anniversary on December 28 with cake and ice cream and many friends and well-wishers in attendance. Just after President John B.Moore '40,
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Cheshire County
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RUSSELL G. PUTNEY '22
At the 44th annual banquet of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Alumni Association, held at Winding Brook Lodge, December 27, 85 members and guests were present, a new record.
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Philadelphia
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RUSSELL C. DILKS '51
Don't forget that your Philadelphia Dartmouth Club's Annual Dinner Meeting is coming up very soon, Wednesday evening February 19, to be exact. Herb West, professor of comparative literature and raconteur of note, will be our
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Southern California
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ROBERT PURVIS '49
The Association as a whole enjoyed a calm, peaceful, orderly holiday season, but some of the individual members managed to "live it up to no small extent." Bill and Eleanore Adams '34, went south into Tortillaville visit ing
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Long Island
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ARTHUR M. KELEHER '54
The December meeting of the Executive Committee was held at the home of Ed Warnke 'l9 and two things of major importance were discussed. The item of Enrollment for the coming year was on the minds of every one. Vince Turecamo
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Washington, D. C.
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BRADFORD D. COLE '43
On December 26 we held our annual luncheon for undergraduates of the Touchdown Club. Although it rained quite hard, over 100 undergrads, alumni, prospective candidates for admission and fathers were in attendance.
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Western Pennsylvania
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N. K. PARKER JR. '52
On a cold, gray December afternoon the four horses rode again. Unlike their Irish counterparts these four proved to be no scourge to their fighting opposition and performed formed like the four tired old men they are, as their
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Baltimore
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ALIEN M. BARRETT '44
The news from Baltimore this month is both good and bad. We had a wonderful meeting on Jan. 9 featuring football coach Bob Blackman, but the evening was very much saddened by news of the death of Don Mason 1913, on the prior
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Western Michigan
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H. EDWARD BRUNHOFF JR. '46
On Thursday, December 5, an evening meeting was held of the Western Michigan Alumni Association, along with the fathers of the students now at school. The meeting was very successful and well attended with some 22 persons on
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Central Pennsylvania
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VICTOR D. MACOMBER '46
BOB OFFENBACH '34
The Dartmouth alumni group of Central Pennsylvania had two important meetings during the Christmas holidays. The first was a luncheon meeting in one of the private dining rooms, at the Harrisburger Hotel on Monday, December 30.
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1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
(Continued from Notes in the previous issue.)
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1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
WILLIAM M. AMES
PHILIP S. MARDEN
Eddie Grover writes in his usually cheerfulvein even though he begins his letter withspeaking of the illnesses of his sisters andhimself
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1896
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THOMAS C. HAM
HARRY D. LAKEMAN
Our classmate - Rev. Charles Arthur Jaquith died November 24 in Union Village. Vt., after a long sickness. Some six years ago he sold his home in Union Village where he had been living alone and since then he had lived at the
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
Sixteen of our classmates still carry on. A brief look at our activities and our present addresses will help us to keep in touch.
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1898
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FREDERIC P. LORD
JAMES R. CHANDLER
Word comes from Fred Perkins that he spent the summer, as often seems the case with him, in Nova Scotia, but he seems to prefer to come south and west for the winter. Some of us do it differently by spending the summer in New
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News from the Classes
1899
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EDWARD R. SKINNER
JOSEPH W. GANNON
The sudden death of Phil Winchester, our faithful Secretary and Agent, makes a new and sad break in '99's ranks. A memorial article to him will be found farther on in this issue of the MAGAZINE. The deepest sympathy of the
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News from the Classes
1900
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PROF. EVERETT W. GOODHUE
WALTER P. RANKIN
H. LEBARON SAMPSON
your secretary was glad to get a recent report on Natt Emerson's sons, both of whom are Dartmouth graduates. Bill '34, who is located in Whittier, Calif., is doing an interesting and efficient job as a chemical technician for
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News from the Classes
1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
THEODORE N. WOOD
Joe Raphael, who has been through a series of operations and hospitalization for the past two years, is now improving and gaining strength. It would do him a lot of good to hear from his old friends, and a note now and then
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News from the Classes
1902
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PHILIP P. THOMPSON
ALBERT H. DALRYMPLE
HAROLD E. PLUMER
Every member of our class will feel deeply the sorrow that I do to know that our grand friend and class secretary, Arba Irvin, has been seriously ill. He underwent an extensive intestinal operation, Dec. 4, and complications
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News from the Classes
1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
HAROLD M. HESS
EDWARD H. KENERSON
Frank Morrison died December 24 in Cambridge. He was not much of a reuner. He at tended one of our Boston 5-class dinners.
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News from the Classes
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
THOMAS W. STREETER
The Christmas season always brings your secretary a harvest of class news ... which he is happy to pass on to you. This is the season of the year when the boys start traveling; the Fletchers to South America, the Mowers to
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News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
FREDERICK CHASE
Roger Brown, I am informed by Royal Parkinson, had the discomfort of spending Christmas at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford, Mass. He had been suddenly taken ill with appendicitis while driving with his son and had to
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
HERBERT W. RAINIE
The members of our class should be following the fortunes of the varsity hockey team with a great deal of interest because the captain of the team is none other than Art Chapin's son, David.
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News from the Classes
1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
SAMUEL C. BARTLETT
JOHN R. MCLANE
The Jim O'Neills entertained their "whole clan of children and grandchildren," except one son, Jamie, his wife and their five children, on Thanksgiving. Sixteen members of this 'fine family were together. Their son, Hugh, and
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News from the Classes
1908
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GEORGE E. SQUIER
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNFS
WARREN CURRIER
With the dawn of 1958 comes the year which, 50 years ago, seemed so far away as to warrant no thought. But it has caught up with us as the only 50 year reunion which we will ever have. No classmate on two legs or the equivalent
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News from the Classes
1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
Dartmouth men who attended will long remember the memorial services for Richard Hovey '85 at his gravesite in North Andover, Mass., on May 4, 1957, the 93rd anniversary of his birth. At that time he was acclaimed the poet
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
JESSE S. WILSON
HERBERT A. WOLFF
As this Tenner news is being put together it is just two days after Christmas. New Year's is coming very soon, and as if to prepare for the "Eve" Harry Sandberg sent us a greeting card with these words —"May all your cares and
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
WARREN C. AGRY
This is the first opportunity to say "Thank You" to the many classmates who took time to send along their nice Christmas greetings, so here they are, and special thanks to those who scribbled a line about themselves. Even a
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News from the Classes
1912
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HENRY K. URION
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
HENRY B. VAN DYNE
DARTMOUTH 1912 HANOVER "OFFICIAL" 45th REUNION June 9 to 11, 1958 "Don't MISS your DATE in '58"
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News from the Classes
1913
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ROBERT O. CONANT
WARDE WILKINS
JOHN J. REMSEN
The annual Christmas letter from the McCoy clan, Wallace, Elsie, Clark, Ruth and Grandma, who is now nearing 90 and keeps in fine fettle, taking a 400-mile trip in one day recently with Wallace. Clark is traveling much of the
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News from the Classes
1914
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PEN NELL N. ABORN
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
MARTIN J. REMSEN
The sympathy of the Class goes to the families of Conrad Shumway and John Swigart Jr., whose obituaries will be found in the In Memoriam section of this issue. Our belated holiday greetings to all of you and our thanks for the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
G. KELLOGG ROSE JR.
The inspiration of the moment (written as the New Year is about to bust loose) seems more or less aptly expressed by this one plucked out of thin air: "The best way to make a peach cordial is to give her a couple of drinks."
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News from the Classes
1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
F. STIRLING WILSON
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
The Class has been saddened by the death of Mason Huse which occurred the latter part of November. Mase was back for the Fantastic Fortieth, for which all of us can be very grateful. Although he was a prominent banker, with all
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
After 33 years as superintendent of schools in Norton, Mass., Larry Nourse recently announced his retirement, effective September 1, 1958. After his graduation from Dartmouth Larry did graduate work in mathematics at Princeton
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News from the Classes
1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
Johnny Thayer, Delray Beach (Fla.) Realtor, ex-mayor, on the Library Committee, Chrmn. of the Delray Beach Taxpayers League, who has contributed in every way to the life of the community, wrote the following letter Nov. 9,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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F. RAY ADAMS
GEORGE W. RAND
HOWARD W. COLE
Christmas and New Year greetings from the following classmates and other good Dartmouth friends are hereby gratefully acknowledged: Jim Wilson, Fred and Gertrude Daley, Florence and Bud Sawyer, Jane and Lou Cody, Hon and Fat
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News from the Classes
1920
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CHARLES F. MCGOUGHRAM
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
You remember the story of the old colored fellow who trudged into town the day before Christmas and bought a jug of corn whisky. As he was walking down the street he slipped on the pavement, smashed the jug of whisky, sat there
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News from the Classes
1921
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REV. CHARLES P. GILSON
LINCOLN H. WELD
DONALD G. MIX
REG MINER
Hi! '21ers! It seems good to talk to you again in this column, although Charlie Gilson has set new standards of style and interest that are hard to equal. He and Dorothy took a month oft to spend Christmas & New Year's in
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News from the Classes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
Anticlimactic notes this month, concocted ten days after receipt of Steve Kenyon's newsy Holiday Number of The Twoter. As one sweating scribe to another, Steve, The Twoter is darn good. Keep it rolling.
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESTER T. BIXBY
CHARLES H. JONES
TRUMAN T. METZEL
Hartley Caldwell is one of the many who usually answers the secretary's birthday notes. In Hartley's last letter he writes that although a Dartmouth diploma was not awaited and earned because of personal reasons - chiefly
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
JOHN R. WHEATLEY
The perennial worry for some - "Where's the snow?" - is now bothering the Carnival Committee. Perhaps some will remember the year we almost missed; when about a foot of snow fell Thursday morning, and more than made up for a
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News from the Classes
1925
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EDWIN E. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
If ever a class secretary sympathized with our forebears whose experience gave rise to the motto "vox clamantis in deserto," it was your secretary this month. Apparently he has not shouted long or loud enough. It behooves him,
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News from the Classes
1926
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ROBERT L. MAY
EDWARD J. HANLON
BRUCE W. EAKEN
HELP WANTED!
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News from the Classes
1927
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HARRY B. CUMMINGS
CARLETON G. BROER
LEON C. GREENEBAUM
Bequest Chairman,
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHARLES F. BRUDER III
A Wah Hoo Wah for our Class Treasurer, Craig Haines, who was elected a vice president of the First National Bank of Boston December 12. Craig has been with the bank or its affiliates since graduation, principally as a loaning
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News from the Classes
1929
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CHRISTIAN E. BORN
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
JACK D. GUNTHER
We have heard that the Messrs. Cornehlsen, Hedger, Hodge and Ramage arranged a wonderful "going-away" party for Larry and Mary Lougee and which provided an ideal opportunity for many classmates and their wives to express their
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News from the Classes
1930
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RICHARD W. BOWLEN
JOHN F. RICH
Review of the material for this month's column is frightening - there is so little of it. However, it is nice to recount that Carll Buhler has had another promotion to the position of commercial training supervisor for the Long
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News from the Classes
1931
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JOHN H. RENO
PETER B. EVANS
JAMES B. GODFREY
Not too many days from now Jim Frame's typewriter will be pounding out the first edition of our 1931 Wah-Hoo-Wampum, and in this you will get a complete report of your executive committee's October deliberations and plans. Many
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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ALBERT E. ZINGGELER
WILLIAM A. LIESON
In a nice long letter from Johnny Sheldon, we are informed of the annual get-together of Chicago area classmates and their wives at Ed Eichler's Fin 'n Feather Club. This popular picnic was well attended once again and was held
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News from the Classes
1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
WILLIAM T. DEWEY
Since last we monologued you, we have been visited by Dar and Marion Bates who were in Niagara Falls as refugees from Cleveland on a short second honeymoon; and at a fine annual Christmas Luncheon of the Dartmouth Club of
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News from the Classes
1934
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HENRY WERNER
WILLIAM L. WILSON
Usually I operate on the theory that one should never do today that which doesn't have to be done until tomorrow but my pile of mail is so high that I'm going to attack it right now.
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News from the Classes
1935
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MILBURN MCCARTY
FRANCIS C. CHASE
Latest word is that on February 5, when the Dartmouth alumni body turns out en masse at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York to honor President-Emeritus Ernest Martin Hopkins, the '35 contingent will gather for a pre-dinner cocktail
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News from the Classes
1936
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JOHN A. SAWYER
FRANK T. WESTON
It's New Year's Day as I write these notes from clippings and letters you fellows have sent me. Thanks to the many of you who remembered your good old class secretary with Christmas wishes.
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News from the Classes
1937
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WAYNE BALLANTYNE
ARTHUR H. RUGGLES JR.
The mercury is hovering around 10 tonight, so spring and planting time seem terribly far off. Or at least they did until I recalled that I got my first seed catalogue in the mail today. Time slides by so fast that February
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News from the Classes
1938
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REV. ROBERT C. HARVEY
JOHN H. EMERSON
At long last, as a certain part-time rulerof a well-known country once said, we havea Reunion Committee, just like everyoneelse. Carl vonPechmann finally came throughwith a generous volunteering of his timeand energy and is busily engaged in
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News from the Classes
1939
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JOHN R. VINCENS
JOHN L. COULSON
Sunday night. Weekend guests just left. Temperature, 11 above. Winds Northwest and steady at 20 m.p.h. Mr. Timken should be here any minute now to fix his oil burner. Son just heaved basketball through windowpane. Daughters
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News from the Classes
1940
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J. MALCOLM DE SIEYES
DONALD G. RAINIE
Despite the complete chaos of the holiday season just passed, we have managed to salvage some news items for the column.
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News from the Classes
1942
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RICHARD W. BALDWIN
IRA L. BERMAN
Reflecting on the December holidays reminds me of the festive gathering of the Northern New Jersey Alumni shortly before Christmas. The party was sponsored by the Northern New Jersey Club under the direction of Jim Elleman '43
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News from the Classes
1943
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STANTON E. PRIDDY
DR. ROBERT L. CRAIG
Gentlemen, the New Year is under way and the Class of '43 is wearing a bright new look. We are honored to announce that Charles "Buck" Donavan, 1445 Cherry Lane, Pottstown, Penna., has agreed to be one of the co-editors of our
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
I'm pleased to pass along a carefully thought out assumption. You're all independently wealthy! It's either that or you're all sensitive and shy, and despise public relations because of Mike Todd! In any event, however 1 may
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News from the Classes
1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ROBERT D. OLDFIELD JR.
Again this is my yearly service to those of you who do some traveling and are likely to find yourselves in far-away or strange places. Some of your classmates are busy serving Dartmouth as Alumni Club officers and would like
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News from the Classes
1946
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THOMAS H. GILLAUGH
ANDREW J. MURTHA
This month the mail brings a nice letter from Roy Jerman who is with the Edsel Division of the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Mich., and is very much involved in the unique work of seeing a new com- pany get going. Roy and wife
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News from the Classes
1947
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JOSEPH G. KUREY
JESSE CHADWELL
Next month we expect to have a report on the meeting of the Class Executive Committee held in the Dartmouth Club of New York City on January 9. In addition to business of general nature, The National Sponsoring Committee
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News from the Classes
1948
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ROBERT HERRICK
JOHN S. FENNO
Well, the holidays are over as I sit again at my banked-up portable and start another year, even if the January notes were written in December. I can only hope that Christmas was as happy at your home as it was at the Herrick's.
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News from the Classes
1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
WILLIAM A. WHITE 3RD
The holidays have just ended. Cathy and her buddies are out in the back yard skating on one of those plastic portable rinks, and it's reasonably quiet in our living room - a good time to get these notes off where they belong.
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News from the Classes
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
'Tis a cold winter's evening and the guests are all leaving ... leaving spilled ash trays, broken glasses, and two lefthand gloves. Who says the old order changeth? Well, there are a few for whom the wedding bells toll, such as
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News from the Classes
1951
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LOYE W. MILLER JR.
KENNETH M. HENDERSON JR.
Well, judging by the rash of United Nations Christmas cards which poured into the Miller mailbox, some of you still believe there's hope for the world. Either that or someone thinks I'm down here with Point Four.
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1952
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RAYMOND J. BUCK JR.
EDWARD J. FINERTY JR.
It's New Year's Day afternoon; Oklahoma . leading Duke in the Orange Bowl according to my TV - and I really don't want to sit at the'typewriter this rather dreary Hanover afternoon but in this busy season it's this afternoon or
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News from the Classes
1953
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LT. FREDERICK H. STEPHENS JR.
CHARLES B. BUCHANAN
A lot of ground to cover this month, so take a deep breath and flow from left to right:
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News from the Classes
1954
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WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD
BENJAMIN J. BOWDEN
From Judas to Quizling the canons of the English language have boomed a long list of proper names to indicate treachery. This month 'Fifty-four makes its contribution to this infamous list, for that self-anointed-head, that
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News from the Classes
1955
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LT. THOMAS E. BYRNE III
PAUL MERRIKEN
Again, Brethren, the news is a bit "skoshi," as "Number One Jo San" might say it. And, had it not been for a recent 2600-mile journey, Texas-New York-Georgia, a new record for brevity would have been set in the few lines that
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News from the Classes
1956
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RICHARD A. MARSH
RICHARD H. DEVOTO
Bob Long arrived at Wilkes Station, Antarctica, February 19, 1957, and expects to leave this month for good old U.S.A. He had been doing ionosphere and cosmic ray research. "Many penguins nesting in neighborhood but no
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News from the Classes
1957
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CLARENCE D. KERR III
FRANK A. BRUNI
On the fifth of this month in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria there will be a dinner given for Dartmouth people by Dartmouth people. Because of distance or Uncle Sam many of "us young 'uns" cannot attend, but the
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The Murder of Christie Warden
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Another Chapter in the Reminiscences of Stephen Chase '96
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IVY LEAGUE ALUMNI MAGAZINES
IVY LEAGUE ALUMNI MAGAZINES
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Associated School News
Medical School
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H. W. SAVAGE M'27
In line with the development of additional research facilities at the Medical School, construction of a 60 x 40 Butler Building is well under way. Upon completion it will house laboratories for studies in Microbiology,
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
Earlier this year, mention was made in this column of the travels of various members of the Thayer School staff. Professor of Electrical Engineering Millett Morgan is in the process of topping all the rest of us on his present
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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R. S. BURGER
Alumni news is very scanty this month.
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Manchester's Gulf Service
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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Preparatory School Directory
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WESTCHESTER CO.
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Dartmouth Cooperative Society
Dartmouth Cooperative Society
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