Issue: 19580601

Sunday, June 1, 1958
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CITY BANK FARMERS TRUST COMPANY
CITY BANK FARMERS TRUST COMPANY
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A MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
A MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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The Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
The Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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The Alumni Voice
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Coburn's
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Castaways
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The HANOVER
The HANOVER
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH Alumni Magazine June 1958
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Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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Dartmouth BAKER LIBRAEY
Dartmouth BAKER LIBRAEY
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE REPUBLICAN ERA:
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W.R. WATERMAN
1869-1901. ByLeonard D. White '14. New York: Macmillan, 1958. 406pp. $6.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ALL THE BEST IN JAPAN.
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DONALD BARTLETT '24
By SydneyClark ' 12. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1958.305pp. $4-95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE GOVERNOR AND THE REBEL.
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WAYNE E. STEVENS
A History of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia.By Wilcomb E. Washburn '48. ChapelHill: University of North Carolina Press,1957. 248pp. $5.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DOLLARS FOR YOU.
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN '24
By Adrian A. Paradis'34. New York: David McKay Company,Inc. 1958. 179pp. $3.00.
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Alumni Articles
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Philip E. Booth '47 is the author of a poem entitled "Jake's Wharf" in the March I issue of The New Yorker.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Daniel Marx Jr. is the author of a comment on "World Transportation Account, 1950-1953" by Herman F. Karreman reprinted from the February issue of TheReview of Economics and Statistics.
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Hanover Browsing
Hanover Browsing
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HERBERT F. WEST '22
APPARENTLY medical men are of two schools of thought over coronary heart disease. Dr. Paul D. White thinks that it is all right for people over forty to shovel snow, bicycle for miles, and run up and down stairs. In favor of his
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Broods Brothers CLOTHING
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Cambridge Beaches
Cambridge Beaches
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"21" Brands. Inc.
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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Dictaphone Corporation
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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A. B. GIUE CO., INC.
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New Members of the Alumni Council
New Members of the Alumni Council
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The eight Dartmouth men whose pictures appear on this page are new members of the Alumni Council who begin their two-year terms on July 1. Two others reelected to second terms are William C. Embry '34 of Louisville, Ky.,
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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IN his remarks to the Dartmouth class officers at their annual May dinner, President Dickey characterized the college year 1957-58, nearing its close, as "a vintage year" in Dartmouth's history. Some of the things he had in
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THE COLLEGE
Commencement Celebrity
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THEODOR HEUSS, President of the West German Republic, who is paying a state visit to this country in June, will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at Dartmouth's commencement ceremonies. President Heuss has been an
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THE COLLEGE
$1,500,000 Grant
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DARTMOUTH College has received from the Rockefeller Foundation a grant of $1,500,000 to assist in the development and expansion of its five-year program integrating liberal arts studies and the basic medical sciences, President
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THE COLLEGE
Campaign Progress
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DARTMOUTH'S Capital Gifts Campaign continues to make steady progress. Additional pledges and gifts during the past month have brought the total to $6,200,000, or more than a third of the goal of $17,000,000. Some 2,400 alumni,
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THE COLLEGE
Noted Scholars Coming
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Two outstanding scholars, one an authority on Kierkegaard and the other a founder of Gestalt psychology in Germany, will be visiting professors at Dartmouth in the fall.
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THE COLLEGE
Summer Studies
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DARTMOUTH this summer will offer a program of liberal arts studies to two groups of management executives. Not a new undertaking, but an extension of a conference plan first tried in the summer of 1956, the 1958 program will
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief . . .
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Two other speakers at Dartmouth during the graduation season will be Dr. Gabriel Hauge, President Eisenhower's special assistant for economic affairs, who will give the commencement address at Tuck School on June 1; and David
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A Wah Hoo Wah for
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RALPH H. BLANCHARD '11, Professor of Insurance at Columbia University, elected to the Insurance Hall of Fame at Ohio State University.
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The Hanover Scene
The Hanover Scene
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BILL McCARTER '19
AN editorial in TheDartmouth of September 21, 1888, proclaimed: "Dartmouth has cause to rejoice at the small amount of injury done to Rollins Chapel by the late fire." We do not, at our time of life, intend to start
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MAY: It's Marvelous
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Long-time residents of Hanover know there is little point in expecting real spring weather until May, and they also know that when it finally arrives, it's worth the waiting. These photographs show some of the familiar May
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THE GOALS of a Business Society
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ALBERT NICKERSON,
PRESIDENT OF SOCONY MOBIL OIL COMPANY
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"Business and Society"
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In its third year, the "Business and Society" course at Tuck School has adopted a novel, perhaps unique, approach by having a series of guest lecturers from the top management of one of the country's outstanding corporations,
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MUSIC FESTIVAL
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
THE calendar was set back two centuries at Dartmouth late in April. For three days (April 25-28) the Dartmouth Festival of 18th Century Music immersed music lovers from the College and throughout New England in the
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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HAROLD L. BOND '42
IN THE THIRD of a continuing series of reports on changes in the Dartmouth curriculum, we come this month to the Department of Physics.
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Five Faculty Members Who Will Retire
Five Faculty Members Who Will Retire
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ROBERT O. CONANT '13, Registrar of the College, has for 35 years been at the center of both administrative and academic operations at Dartmouth. Student registration, course elections, class scheduling, and official recording of grades
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The Class Officers Weekend
The Class Officers Weekend
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THE annual spring meetings of the Dartmouth class officers took place in Hanover on the weekend of May 2-3, with a record attendance of 189 officers from the classes of 1894 through 1961. The program was also attended by 107
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ANTIGONE
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AT a gesture from Henry Williams, the lights in the Little Theatre dimmed and a hush fell over the audience. The footlights brought the austere scenery into sharp relief as the Chorus of wizened Greek patriarchs walked slowly on
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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THE outgoing members of Palaeopitus last month introduced a new procedure on campus when they distributed to the entire College a printed report on the academic year nearing its end. The report dealt mainly with areas where
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Students Have Active Role in Program of the Museum
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A STRONG advocate of the "teaching museum," Anthropology Curator Alfred I. Whiting has taken some twenty students under his wing this year, guiding their participation in Dartmouth Museum activities. Some were working on
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An Outgoing President
An Outgoing President
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R.L.A.
Fred Hart '58, the outgoing President of the Dartmouth Outing Club, has fulfilled this billing well during his year in office.
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With Big Green teams
With Big Green teams
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DESPITE an occasional spring rain which cancelled several contests, the Big Green teams have had a busy five weeks from mid-April through the weekend of May 19. Only one full week of contests remains before the Dartmouth
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Baseball
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
In his second year at the helm of Dartmouth's baseball fortunes Coach Tony Lupien produced one of the strongest teams of recent years and one which came very close to winning the Eastern Inter-collegiate Baseball League title.
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Lacrosse
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Dartmouth's lacrosse team, directed by veteran Coach Tom Dent, had a rough time getting started, what with cancellation of the spring vacation trip and the inclement weather which made it impossible to hold any real scrimmage
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Track
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
It has been a rather disappointing and frustrating season for Coach Ellie Noyes and his varsity track team. They opened the season auspiciously with a 91-49 win over Brown, but then a scheduled meet against Boston University was
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Golf
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Another spring, another strong golf team and another good record under the tutelage of veteran pro Tom Keane is about the best way to sum up Dartmouth's 1958 golfers. Since last report the Big Green has downed Brown 6-1, Boston
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Tennis
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
A better-than-average tennis team did well in May by defeating Army 6-3, losing to Princeton 7-2, then stopping Penn and Colgate by identical 6-3 scores, downing Williams 5-4, defeating Navy and Cornell in weekend action by 6-3
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Other Sports
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth Rowing Club crews have been doing well this spring, although perhaps not quite as well as was hoped in the pre-season estimates. In the most recent action, the Dartmouth heavy-weight crews rowed at the E.A.R.C.
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Freshman Sports
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Freshman baseball coach Eddie Jeremiah came up with one of his strongest teams of recent years as the '61ers chalked up a record of seven wins against no defeats. The Indians defeated Kimball Union Academy, Lyndon Teachers
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Green Jottings
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Team captains elected but not previously reported include John R. Horan '59 of New York as captain of the squash team, John H. Chilson '59 of Loveland, Colo., as captain of the wrestling team and Richard Taylor '59 of Laconia,
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"Football News"
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Big Green Football News will again be published weekly during the fall of 1958, reports editor Ted Emery, director of sports information. The weekly bulletin will contain a complete account, with statistics and play-by-play
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Class Notes
News from Clubs Classes
Philadelphia
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RUSSELL C. DILKS '51
One of the difficulties with writing this column is that the copy is due over a month before the MAGAZINE reaches you. Since this is our last missive until fall, we shall do our best to bring you up to date not only on May
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Baltimore
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ALLEN M. BARRETT '44
The Dartmouth Club of Baltimore is indebted to Mr. Donald Morrison, Provost of the College, for his interesting and enlightening talk before a Ladies Night gathering at the Broadview Apartments on April 3.
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Western New York
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JOHN G. CHENEY '30
The Enrollment Committee under the able direction of Rod Morgan '44 and the Interviewing Committee has had an active year. As a result a large group of high school and prep school boys from this area applied to the college for
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Boston
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RICHARD D. LEGGAT '48
The Boston Alumni Association suffered a great loss in the death of its President, Roger B. Salinger, Class of 1927, on Saturday, April 12, 1958. Roger, who had assumed the presidency only two months before, had been active in
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Palm Beach County
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H. JOSEPH MC DONALD JR. '51
On Sunday, April 13, George M. Bough ton '28 of the Colony Hotel, Delray Beach, was host to the alumni of Palm Beach County at a steak barbecue held at his Cabana Club. The following group who enjoyed the festivities were
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Northern New Jersey
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DAVID C. WELD '46
At this writing the focus is on the annual round of year-end activities highlighted by plans for the 1958 edition of one of our traditionally most successful affairs, the family picnic. As in years past, the locale is again the
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Maine
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REYNOLDS E. MOULTON '35
The Dartmouth Club of Maine held a real big pow-wow in the Mayfair Room of the Lafayette Hotel in Portland, Me., on Tuesday evening, April 22. Approximately 150 braves and their squaws turned out to honor President and Mrs. John
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Tokyo
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ROBERT LEVINE '54
The Indians met the Tigers at the Cossack Restaurant, for the April meeting of the Kanto Plain Dartmouth Club. We joined forces with the Princetonians, and with a group totaling 30 enjoyed a beef stroganoff dinner cooked by
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Southern California
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ROBERT PURVIS '49
The far western phase of the College's 200th Anniversary Development Program got off to a good start on Wednesday evening, May 7. Guest of honor and speaker at a dinner held at the Ambassador Hotel was John F. Meek '33, Vice
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Wisconsin
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JOHN R. ZILLMER '48
Ever mindful of the "spend now" exhortations of D.D. Eisenhower '53, we sallied forth to the annual meeting at Wulff's Island on April 18 to see if we couldn't do our patriotic part toward bringing about a recession of the
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News from the classes
1889
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RALPH S. BARTLETT
The only living member of the Class of1889, my 90th birthday on April 29 wasspent in Kittery Point, Me., at the home ofmy relative Joseph William Pepperrel Frost,who owns and, with his wife Rebecca andtwo young daughters, lives in the
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1894
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REV. CHARLES C. MERRILL
KENT KNOWLTON
When the history of the Class of 1894 comes finally to be written there will doubtless be a chapter entitled "Lending a Hand." In this chapter will be incidents of how one '94 man has helped another '94 man at a critical period
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1897
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WILLIAM H. HAM
We all, I feel sure, turn our minds back to some experiences which stand out as red-letter days in which the unusual has taken place. One of these which I recall with a great deal of satisfaction was a visit with the great
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1898
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FREDERIC P. LORD
JAMES R. CHANDLER
Since our last report to the Class we have received information of the recent death of Commander Millard H. Aubey, son of "Jim" and Jennie Aubey, both of whom are also dead. They were buried in the Hanover cemetery in 1943 and
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1899
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KENNETH BEAL
EDWARD R. SKINNER
Eddie Skinner reports as of the first of May that prospects for 100% participation in the Fund Drive look good. But he hopes that those who intend to contribute will do so as early as possible.
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1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
WALTER P. RANKIN
In late April Harold Hastings left the somewhat rugged spring climate of Tumble Brook Farm in Connecticut for the balmy, lotus-eating environment of Redding, Calif. He is visiting his son Lem and family for several weeks. On May
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1901
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EVERETT M. STEVENS
RICHARD WARD
Kid Barnard keeps in touch with us quite often. He has had considerable hospital experience the past year or so but is now much improved. Kid, Jack Dowd, and I were all in the same high school class in Nashua and after
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1902
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PHILIP P. THOMPSON
HERMON W. FARWELL
Fifty-six years ago this month we graduated from our Alma Mater; 136 young and ambitious men. Our record since is one in which we may well feel pride. Fifteen or more have been listed in "Who's Who in America." Our list of
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1903
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PRESTON W. HOWARD
MORTON B. FRENCH
Bucky Bates who lost his wife sometime ago spent the winter in Florida. He is in good health but does not expect to make reunion.
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1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
By the time these notes are being read by you our 54th Round-Up in Hanover will be over. In my next notes your secretary will tell you all about it.
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
FLETCHER A. HATCH
Our column this month must be filled most unhappily with news of the losses from our ranks.
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
Our wandering boy, Max Hartmann, who has been spending the winter in Fort Myers, Fla., has decided to stay there until July to see if he can get thawed out. Then he plans to go to Puerto Rico to visit his youngest grandchild,
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1907
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H. RICHARDSON LANE
PHILIP H. CHASE
George Grebenstein, who has competently taken over the Class Notes responsibility of the '07 Secretary for April and May, was operated on in a Boston hospital in mid-April by a collegemate and friend, Dr. Halsey Loder '05. Greb
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1908
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GEORGE E. SQUIER
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR L. LEWIS
SEE YOU IN JUNE
With this issue, ye editor shuts up shop for the summer with the hope that by fall enough good news may dribble in to make a respectable column. Remember, it is you who make our column and not the editor who should not be blamed
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1909
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JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
A. GORDON WEINZ
What's Happened to Frank Austin?
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1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
HERB WOLFF '10
How's this for a sample of that old Dartmouth Tenner spirit! It's about Burt Miller who for a number of years has been living in Baton Rouge, Miss., and going back and forth to have operations at the Veterans' Hospital, in New
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOSHUA B. CLARK
Sure — things are different now, but we still have grand times at the Dodge Hotel (known as the Mountain View House) each June. Here is the account of that festivity in 1931 when we were young and frivolous.
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1912
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HENRY K. URION
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
DARTMOUTH 1912 HANOVER "OFFICIAL" 45th REUNION
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1913
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WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
New names to be added to those returningto Hanover for June 9-10-11: Harry andJuanita Semmes, Fred Page, George and Hattie Davidson, Vic Dunbar, Bill and RuthEnglish, Clayton and Lena Fairbanks, Benand Marion Andrew, George and HelenKnight, Ed and
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1914
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PENNELL N. ABORN
JAMES D. GREGG
Art Deering and Franz Marceau attended the memorial service for L. D. White in Chicago on April 11. Walt Netsch did not get back from California in time to be present. We regret to learn of the death of PageJunkins' wife on April
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1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
JAMES LeR. LAFFERTY
With this issue, your "hunt 'n' peck" scribe folds up his rambling portable, unbuttons his waistcoat, and leans back to enjoy the summer siesta ahead. I hope the summer brings the same pleasant relaxation to you all.
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1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
F. STIRLING WILSON
ALEXANDER J. JARDINE
Dick Coburn's widow, Helen, has thoughtfully sent to the Class a clipping from the Boston Sunday Post of Feb. 13, 1916, reporting the Winter Carnival of that year (it was then referred to as the Snow Festival). McGill
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1917
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DONALD BROOKS
WILLIAM C. EATON
You all will be shocked and saddened to learn that during April, 1917 lost three classmates by death. Dan Harris died suddenly on April 6 of a coronary while en route by car from New England to Cleveland. Polly was driving at
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1918
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ERNEST H. EARLEY
RICHARD A. HOLTON
Rudi Hesse, who holds a very responsible job at Macy's, N.Y.C., and who was vacationing at Hanover during the Secretaries Meeting, attended by the ever faithfuls, DickHoi ton and Bill Christgau, will be back at Reunion, then visit
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19l9
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Advance notice is hereby given of the big 1919 fall weekend in Woodstock-Hanover October 3-5. Time of arrival Friday October 3 at the Woodstock Inn - try to get there by 5 P.M. First big event, cocktail party and dinner by
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1920
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CHARLES F. MCGOUGHRAN
STANLEY J. NEWCOMER
I am informed by our Class President, StanNewcomer, that as of next year we shall havea new Class Agent. Stan, as you know, has filledthat job very creditably for many many yearsand now the accolade passes to none otherthan good old Jack Mayer.
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1921
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REV. CHARLES P. GILSON
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
DONALD F. SAWYER 200 Berkeley St., Boston 16, Mass.
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
JOHN D. DODD
Jack Dodd's election as president of the Dartmouth Class Agents Association at the Class Officers meeting in Hanover during May highly honors our clan. All Twoters will delight in the nominating committee's citation:
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1923
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CHESTER T. BIXBY
THEODORE D. SHAPLEIGH
Our Cleveland reporter has again mailed in newspaper pictures of Mr. & Mrs. Raymond M. Barker attending Grand Opera in that city. Ray is certainly photogenic when he puts on the soup and fish. Ray regrets the opera season conflicts
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1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
Elsewhere in this issue you will note two additional items. We are sorry to have to report the deaths of Ed Shnayerson, whose two medic roommates, Leo Stone at Dartmouth and Leo Fitzpatrick at Cornell Medical, will have special
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1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
FORD H. WHELDEN
During an early April visit to Florida your scribe enjoyed the gracious hospitality of Ray Guernsey and Mary, whose delightful home skirts the bay off Miami Shores. An all-Dartmouth foursome, which included the classes of '11
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1926
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ROBERT L. MAY
REGINALD W. HANSON
This issue completes our first year as 1926 Class Secretary. ("First down; four to go!") As we glance over the year's efforts, we'd say the job of class columnist is similar to that of a baseball manager or football coach: -
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1927
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CARLETON G. BROER
Following reunion last June, Paul andHelen O'Connell left for Europe for the summer, their excuse being the meeting of the American Bar Association in London. Paul was selected to play on the twenty-member American golf team, which
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
FORREST C. BILLINGS
These notes are being written immediately after returning from the class officers meetings in Hanover May 2 and 3. The meetings also brought back President George Pasfield, Treasurer Craig Haines (with wife Eleanor), Vice
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1929
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CHRISTIAN E. BORN
JOHN W. MOXON
Joe D'Esopo and his wife, Beatrice, proprietors of the Dartmouth Travel Agency, thoroughly believe - in the service they offer to the general public - that travel is broadening. They have both done a great deal of traveling
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1930
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RICHARD W. BOWLEN
FREDERICK K. WATSON
Comes now the final issue of the year and the news, while limited in quantity, reflects the activities of a variety of fellows scattered over the country.
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1931
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JOHN H. RENO
WILLIAM L. WILSON
When there is a beginning, there should logically be an end, and that is just what is happening so far as this secretary has anything to do with getting news to you each month, October through June. When the first column, back
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1932
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ALBERT E. ZINGGELER
JAMES S. TOMLINSON
Sixteen classmates met for dinner at the Dartmouth Club in N.Y.C. on May 8 to hear Art Allen report on the Class Officers Meeting held in Hanover the previous weekend and enjoy a good roast beef dinner. Due to the
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1933
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HENRY P. SMITH III
DONALD F. D'ARCY
This issue of the MAGAZINE should reach you just before you leave home for the Tremendous Twenty-Fifth, and so — Men, Women and Children of 1933 - Youngsters all - welcome to Hanover and Hanover Holiday! It's great to see you
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1934
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HENRY WERNER
HARRY B. GILMORE JR.
I am being continually "scooped" by the Editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. But as Charlie Widmayer is one of my dearest friends all I can say is, "More power to him." For instance, in the April issue two members of '34 were cited
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1935
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MILBURN MCCARTY
THEODORE H. HARBAUGH
As chronicler of '35 news, it is our sad duty to record the passing in Paget, Bermuda, on April 17, of our classmate, Robert R. Ferry. Bob had had a heart attack about two years ago, but had apparently recovered and been
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1936
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JOHN A. SAWYER
C. KIRK LIGGETT
The tallest bachelor in the class is JackDuffy of Utica, N.Y. He's 6 feet 5 inches tall. Any challengers? This former tennis champion of Central New York was one of the first men on the courts this spring after the 115 inches of
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1937
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WAYNE BALLANTYNE
ROWLEY BIALLA
When, perchance, you read these lines, our 20th Reunion shall be little more than hours away. You have all the literature by now, the brochures and flyers giving all the latest on program, who is reserved, the cost (so much for
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1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
JOHN R. SCOTFORD JR.
Not so long ago, some 23 years to be almost exact, Tom Lane in retiring from the editorship of The Dartmouth gave forth with the prime example of the "Gravy-Boat" technique. Dating this head to June, here in the still-muddy
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1939
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JOHN R. VINCENS
IRWIN NAITOVE
Now, after five long years, it's time to crank up the Maxwell and point the nose North. Our Titillating Twentieth is at hand!
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1940
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J. MALCOLM DE SIEYES
JOHN W. LITTLE, 2ND
There are several noteworthy honors and promotions to report this month. Alton Thorpe was made a staff member of the general industrial relations department of the Hooker Electrochemical Company in Niagara Falls, N.Y., where
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1941
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JOHN J. O'CONNOR JR.
BRUCE FRIEDLICH
There is an old proverb that says "No news is good news." Even proverbs have their exceptions. Since this is the last edition of class notes until the fall, I was hoping that this June issue would be replete with glad tidings
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1942
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RICHARD W. BALDWIN
RUSSELL HARTRANFT JR.
The April annual dinner meeting of the Northern New Jersey Alumni Association was treated to a stimulating, salty and question-provoking talk by Professor Bancroft H. Brown of the Mathematics Dept. Many will remember the V-7
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1943
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STANTON B. PRIDDY
LEO SILVERSTEIN JR.
There are certain advantages of being the Class Secretary and incidentally writing the MAGAZINE article in that your own news can take precedence over everything else. There are, of course, a few disadvantages but space will not
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1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
PHILIP E. PENBERTHY
This recession bit is getting downright annoying. It's bad enough that we don't get any orders at the plant; now I don't even get any news to fill up this column. I've been practicing some Norman Vincent Peale-ism this past
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1945
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ELIOT s. MOVER
Although I didn't get to the Class Officers meeting in New York in April, a good number did and accomplished a good deal. Of general interest to the class at large are the following: The Executive Committee recommends that the
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1946
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THOMAS H. GILLAUGH
HERMAN W. SCHULTING 3RD
'46s In The News - Our own Rod Beach has recently accomplished a "first"; for the first time in the 52-year history of the College Preparatory School for Girls, a man is going to head the Cincinnati girls' school. That man is
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1947
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JESSE CHADWELL
ROBERT H. SNEDAKFR JR.
Ed and Cynthia Sansom are the proud parents of their second son, Peter Marsh, born April 9. Ham Chase is a Laboratory Engineer working in Keene, N. H., with Miniature Precision Bearings, Inc. Ham was previously a test engineer
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1948
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ROBERT HERRICK
RUSSELL C. CARLSON
'48 OUT! That's the theme for this issue with our Bigger and Better Reunion just a few days off. It is not too late. There's always room for more at the tent for reminising and regaling. If you've been putting it off, take
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1949
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ROBERT H. ZEISER
KINSLEY A. BALL JR.
Today is the first of May, and it's a beauty. Pat and I leave tomorrow for a weekend in Hanover at the Alumni Officers Weekend, which I'm looking forward to attending for the first time in several years. Perhaps we'll see Agent
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1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
THEODORE E. BAMBERGER
The occasions for returning to Hanover are altogether too tew and too far between. This first weekend in May has been one of them for your class officers, however, in order to attend our annual meetings. While yesterday's
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1951
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LOYE W. MILLER JR.
DWIGHT L. ALLISON JR.
Well, here it is June again, and besides a '51 wedding or two on tap, there's fresh news of engagements.
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1952
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RAYMOND J. BUCK JR.
E. JOHN ROSENWALD JR.
With this issue of the 1952 class notes, our sixth year as members of the Dartmouth alumni family comes to a close. Our sixth year has been a memorable one in our accomplishments as a class and as individuals giving to the
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1953
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LT. FREDERICK H. STEPHENS JR.
EDWARD J. SPIEGEL
The 1958 Alumni Fund Campaign is in full swing now and latest returns available to this scribe show '53 ranking fifth out of the seven classes, 1951-1957, competing in the Tribal Sweepstakes. Not so good to date, but we were
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1954
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WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD,
LT. KEVIN I. SULLIVAN
There are many times when we dislike opening the monthly column. This month is one of those times, for in a letter from Mike Biggs we learned of the death of Jim Miller on April 6 in an automobile accident outside of Dublin,
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1955
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LT. THOMAS E. BYRNE III
ROY B. HILL
Graduation plus three. Fifty-six out. Fifty-seven out. Fifty-eight out. Our three underclasses have commenced, and there will no longer be familiar faces on Campus to greet those of us who return. Those neophytes who once
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1956
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RICHARD A. MARSH
JAMES L. FLYNN
Tom H. Rosen wall has been appointed to the sales staff of Wyeth Laboratories, internationally-known pharmaceutical concern. Tom was formerly associated with the Grey Advertising Agency.
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1957
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CLARENCE D. KERR III
STEPHEN C. LAMPL
Death and taxes are inevitable. The Alumni Fund is a must. Steve Lampl is the Class Agent. Do contribute soon.
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Prize Class Agent
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Philip H. Chase '07, as the outstanding Class Agent among those more than 25 years out of college, received the James B. Reynolds Trophy for 1957 at the annual dinner of class officers in Hanover on May 2. Mr. Chase also won
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Best Newsletter Editor
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Jack Childs '09 received the award asClass Newsletter Editor of the Yearwhen the class officers held their annual meeting in Hanover last month.Following is the citation read by JamesB. Fisher '54, director of the class newsletter program:
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Secretary of the Year
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Russell D. Meredith '10 was the winner of the annual award for the outstanding class secretary of the year at the May 2 dinner of alumni officers in Hanover. Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College, presented the
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Top Class Treasurer
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Russell J. Rice '15 was honored asDartmouth's Class Treasurer of theYear at the annual dinner of the classofficers in Hanover on May 2. Following is the citation read on that occasion:
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Davis Trophy Winner
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At the annual meeting of the Class Officers in Hanover, May 3, the John H. Davis Jr. '25 Trophy, presented to the class having the largest dollar total in the Alumni Fund for last year, was awarded to Ford Whelden. Donald
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Wins Hood Trophy
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Bruce Friedlich '41 was honored at the annual dinner of class officers in Hanover, May 2, with the 1957 Harvey P. Hood Trophy, given annually to the outstanding Class Agent among the classes eleven to 25 years out of college.
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Mason Trophy Winner
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Bernard J. Lewis '52, judged the best Class Agent among the ten youngest classes in 1957, received the John R. Mason Trophy at the May 2 dinner of alumni officers in Hanover. William G. Morton '28, Alumni Fund chairman,
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Dartmouth Area
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Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
The annual Dartmouth Engineers Dinner in Boston was held at the University Club on April 29, with a good attendance of 26. Paul Barnico ME'51 was in charge of arrangements which were made in accordance with the wishes of the
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Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE '26
ADDITIONS TO THE FACULTY: As Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Earl E. Jacobs, A.B. Cornell; S.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., University of Illinois; with previous appointments at the University of Chicago, Illinois
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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R.S. BURGER
The new head men of the New York Clearing House are Chet Kellogg T'29 and Dick Echikson T'51, to both of whom congratulations. The election was at the annual dinner May 14, at which guests from Hanover included Messrs. Hill,
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AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
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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 mop appear in a later number.]
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Robert J. Delahanty, M.A. '36
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ROBERT JOHN DELAHANTY, who was Professor of Physical Education and Director of Recreation at Dartmouth for many years until he resigned in 1945, died May 5 at the Barnstable, Mass., Hospital after a brief illness. He was 76.
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WESTCHESTER CO., N. Y.
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"MEADOW-WOODS"
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Manchester's Gulf Service
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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WOOD'S LODGE
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GEESE
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Jantana COLONY CLUB
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Preparatory School Directory
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Chieftain MOTEL
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Massachusetts Mutual
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