Issue: 19580701

Tuesday, July 1, 1958
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The HANOVER INN
The HANOVER INN
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QUALITY COURTS
QUALITY COURTS
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
A FRIEND IN POWER.
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JOHN FINCH
By Carlos H. Baker'32. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 312pp. $3.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE POETRY OF GREEK TRAGEDY.
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JOHN B. STEARNS '16
By Richmond Latimore '26. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press. 157pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY AND SOCIAL WELFARE.
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FRANCIS E. MERRILL '26
By Harold L. Wilensky andCharles N. Lebeaux '35. New York: RussellSage Foundation, 1958. 401 pp. $5.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE ASTONISHED MUSE.
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BINK NOLL
By Reuel Denney '52. Chicago: The University of ChicagoPress, 1957. 264pp. $4.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE FUTURE LIKE A BRIDE.
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PAUL LAUTER
By RobertColborn '33. Boston: Beacon Press, 1958.184 pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
FRANCISCO DE ALDANA POESIAS.
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FRANCISCO UGARTE
Editedby Prof. Elias L. Rivers. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1957. 151pp.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
GRAMATICA ESPANOLA DE REPASO.
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JOSEPH B. FOLGER '21
ByProf. Francisco Ugarte. New York: TheOdyssey Press, 1958. 223pp.
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Alumni Articles
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Robert F. Thorne '41, of the Department of Botany, State University of lowa, is the author of "Some Guiding Principles of Angiosperm Phylogeny" reprinted from the April issue of Brittonia; and, with others, "Suggested Outline
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Tuck, Thayer Schools Grant Degrees to 88
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SIXTY Tuck School students had the degree of Master of Business Administration conferred upon them Sunday, June 1, by Provost Donald H. Morrison, after being presented as candidates by Dean Karl A. Hill '38, In separate
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Estival Quartet Lists Ninth Summer Series
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DARTMOUTH alumni in or near Hanover will have the opportunity of hearing one of the leading New England string quartets play a series of five concerts this summer in the 1902 Room, Baker Library. The Estival Quartet, which began
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Senior Prizes
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Barge Prizes for Oratory - First — John O. Voll, Mound, Minn.; Second — Ronald L. Snow, Laconia, N.H.
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A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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PHILIP s. MARDEN '94, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Science from Lowell Textile Institute.
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Norwich Inn and Motel
Norwich Inn and Motel
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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The Darthmouth
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The 1958 Commencement
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C.E.W.
FIVE HUNDRED and ninety-five Dartmouth seniors, one of die largest graduating classes in the history of the College, received the Bachelor of Arts degree at the 189 th Commencement exercises on Sunday, June 8. But it was not
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President Heuss Arrives as Honored Guest of the Commencement
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Guests and greeters at the airport included: (1 to r) Wilhelm Grewe, German Ambassador to the U.S.; Shepard Stone '29; Hans Bott, aide to Dr. Heuss; President Heuss; Heinz Weber, interpreter; President Dickey and New Hampshire
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Remarks by Dr. Heuss
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Following the award of his honorary degree, President Heuss spoke briefly in German. Following is the text of the translation read to the audience by Mr. Heinz Weber, interpreter with the official party.
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Fall Alumni Events
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Two important fall alumni dates have been announced. The annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club Officers Association, founded last year, will be held in Hanover on September 26-27. Dartmouth Night will be held in Hanover and
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The Examined Life
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THE REV. THEODORE M. HESBURGH
THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
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Valedictory to 1958
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
GENTLEMEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS:
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Trustees Authorize Study of the Board
Trustees Authorize Study of the Board
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THE Dartmouth Trustees, who have authorized studies of nearly every phase of Dartmouth's life and work as part of the planning program leading up to the 1969 Bicentennial, will not exclude themselves. The Board, at its June
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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS
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THEODOR HEUSS
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Hotchkiss '50 Named Associate College Dean
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EUGENE HOTCHKISS III '50 has been appointed Associate Dean of the College, it was announced by President Dickey last month. Formerly Assistant Dean of the College from 1952 to 1955, he will succeed Arthur H. Kiendl Jr. '44,
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The Seniors' Valedictory
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JAEGWON KIM '58
PRESIDENT DICKEY, Trustees, members of the Faculty, our honored guests, and members of the senior class, it is my duty today, on behalf of the graduating class, to bid farewell to the College.
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ROTC Conference
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A conference of college presidents and defense officials held June 24-25 in Baker Library's 1902 Room discussed the role of civilian education in furnishing officers for military service through college ROTC programs. The
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The Fifty-Year Address
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LAURIS G. TREADWAY '08
IT is my privilege and great honor to represent the Class of 1908; perhaps not a great class to others, but to us the greatest class in the history of Dartmouth College.
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The Reunion Week
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J.B.F.
THIS YEAR a few of the Hanover wags were commenting, "Won't it be nice when June comes and it gets warm,' but even temperatures that sent the thermometer skidding into winter clothing territory didn't begin to chill the spirit
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Reunion Cup Winners
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The 25-year class, 1935, won the 1930 Cup this year for the largest reunion attendance, bringing back 183 members, while the 50-year Class of 1908, with a mark of 70.5%, won the 1894 Cup for the highest percentage of living
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$4,300,000 Given to Assist Expanded Medical Program
$4,300,000 Given to Assist Expanded Medical Program
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THE Dartmouth Medical School has acquired $4,300,000 in new capital in the past year, it was announced in June by Dr. S. Marsh Tenney '44, director of medical sciences at the College.
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The Capital Gifts Campaign To Date
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THE Capital Gifts Campaign for Dartmouth's 200 th Anniversary Development Program passed another milestone at mid-June when it was announced by Charles J. Zimmerman '23, national chairman, that pledges and gifts to the
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1958 Alumni Fund
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LATE June reports show that the 1958 Alumni Fund, despite adjustments to the capital gifts effort, is enjoying a strong finish. As of June 27, over 11,000 Dartmouth alumni, parents and friends had contributed a total of
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Six Alumni Awards Bestowed
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SIX of Dartmouth's, distinguished graduates were honored with Alumni Awards at the annual meeting of the General Alumni Association, June 14, during reunion week. The presentations, on behalf of all Dartmouth men, were made
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'33 Combined Fund Tops $300,000
'33 Combined Fund Tops $300,000
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To mark the 25th anniversary of its graduation from Dartmouth, the Class of 1933 at reunion last month presented the College with a magnificent class fund, unprecedented in size and kind because of its relation to the Capital
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Clarence Opper '18 Heads Alumni Council for 1958-59
Clarence Opper '18 Heads Alumni Council for 1958-59
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CLARENCE V. OPPER '18 of Washington, D.C., was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for at the annual business meeting of the Council in Hanover last month. Mr. Opper, who is Judge of the United States Tax
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W.C. Embry '34 to Head General Alumni Association
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WILLIAM C. EMBRY '34 of Louisville, Ky., was elected president of the General Alumni Association of Dartmouth College at its annual meeting in Hanover on June 14. Mr. Embry is president of the Embry Container Corporation
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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DARTMOUTH'S spring teams, with the exception of baseball and rowing, closed out their schedules during the third week of May. The varsity golf team defeated Harvard and Amherst by identical 6-1 scores to record twelve wins
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With Big Green Teams
Football Prospects
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Last year, the third season of the Blackman regime, saw the best record in some two decades as a spirited Big Green squad won seven games, tied one and lost one for second place in the Ivy League. The Indians had some breaks on
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Dartmouth Athletic Records, 1957-58
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Varsity Freshman TotalsSport W L Tied W L Tied W L Tied Football 7 1 1 1 3 1 8 4 2 Soccer 2 6 2 5 2 0 7 8 1 Cross-Country 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 6 0 Basketball 22 5 0 11 4 0 33 9 0 Hockey 14 10 1 11 5 1 25 15 2 Swimming 9 3 0 7 0 0 6
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With Big Green Teams
1958 Football Schedule
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Sept. 27 Lafayette at Hanover Oct. 4 Pennsylvania at Hanover 11 Brown at Providence 18 Holy Cross at Hanover 25 Harvard at Cambridge Nov. 1 Yale at New Haven 8 Columbia at Hanover 15 Cornell at Ithaca 22 Princeton at
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With Big Green Teams
Green Jottings
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Four Dartmouth skiers were elected by the National Ski Association to the eight- man N.C.A.A. Ail-American Ski Team. They were co-captains Bill Smith '58 and Dick Taylor '59 and Robert Gebhardt '58 and Dave Vorse '58. The team
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1898's 60th
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FREDERIC P. LORD '98
It was " '98 UP" once more as it was 64 years ago. And '98 came up to Hanover almost to a man - in person, if he could, or by letter, if physical participation proved impossible. Those so fortunate as to be here felt somehow
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1903 Enjoys Its 55th
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M. RICHARD BROWN '03
The Class of 1903, fourteen strong with eight faithful wives, two sons, and a guest came back to Dartmouth to celebrate its 55th Reunion. The fortunate ones: Cohen, Kidger, A.G. Smith, Hess, Watson, Whipple, E.L. Brown, and Gage
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1908's Honored 50th
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LAURENCE M. SYMMES '08
The Big 50th began Thursday afternoon, June 5, when Mike Stearns arrived in Hanover. During the evening others arrived and by Friday morning there was a big group on hand. Before registration at the Ski Hut was completed, we
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1912 Reports "A Happy Time"
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H. LYMAN ARMES '12
One hundred and ten men, women and children of Dartmouth 1912 returned to the Hanover campus, June 9-11, to share in a gala three-day celebration of 1912's "official" 45th reunion on the 46th anniversary of graduation.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1913 Back for Its 45th
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WARDE WILKINS '13
It was cloudy and cool Monday morning, June 9, but some people drove through rain on the trip up to Hanover and Sage and Butterfield Halls and our tent. It warmed up before the cocktail party and buffet so that all side curtains
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1914's Advanced 45th
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PENNELL N. ABORN '14
"Wonderful," "Magnificent," "The best ever" - those are some of the superlatives heard describing the advanced 45th Reunion of the Famous Class of 1914. Never mind if the tent did get a bit soggy, or the continental breakfast
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1918's Festive Fortieth
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ERNEST H. EARLEY '18
'18's 40th reunion was terrific! T'was the greatest ever! "Everyone had a wonderful time - couldn't be better," seemed to be the opinion of all. Chris's official total: 128 '18ers, 87 wives, 3 widows, 10 children, 3 guests —
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
Tremendous Twenty-fifth for '33
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CAROLYN BABSON ('33)
Easily two hundred "Old Grads" of Dartmouth '33, feeling as youthful as the noisy presence of their numerous young would permit, began barreling up Tuck Drive into Hanover on Thursday, June 11. There were 192 grads, 165 wives,
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1937's Year Late 20th
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WAYNE K. BALLANTYNE '37
They said we were a year late in '58 but take it from an eye witness and active participant that we made it all up in those all too short hours between Friday and Sunday, June 13-15. As a matter of fact, a few, among them
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
The Amazing 20th of '38
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MARTIN R. KING '38
The Twentieth Reunion of the Amazing Class of '38 was an outstanding success by any measurement you want to put against it: Attendance was record-breaking, second only to 1933, the 25-year-Class; Jim Cotter was "official" host
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
'39's Titillating Twentieth
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JOHN R. VINCENS '39
To paraphrase that parrot, it was a short retirement. It seems we must have an account of reunion. Well, so be it....
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
Terrific Tenth for '48
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JOHN VAN RAALTE '48
Of course I know that all of you who were unable to attend our 10th Reunion are anxious to hear about all the activities back at Hanover. However, before describing some of the myriad activities which made our reunion such a
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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Manchester's Gulf Service
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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IVY LEAGUE ALUMNI MAGAZINES
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Preparatory School Directory
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Alumni Register
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