Issue: 19590701

Wednesday, July 1, 1959
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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Dartmouth's 190th Commencement
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Campion's
Campion's
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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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Norwich Inn and Motel
Norwich Inn and Motel
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Our "Growing Peril"
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
JACQUES DE LACRETELLE: AN INTELLECTUAL ITINERARY.
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CHARLES F. HOFMANN
By Douglas Alden '33 New Brunswick, N. J.: RutgersUniversity Press, 1958. 367 pp. $6.00.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
EASTWARD THE SEA.
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W. R. WATERMAN
By Charles F. Haywood '25. Lynn, Massachusetts: Jackson &Phillips, 1959. 304 pp. $3.50.
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Alumni Articles
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George W. Elderkin '02 is the author of "Heresy" which appeared in the September 1958 number of The American Rationalist. The issue also featured Doctor Elderkin's picture on its cover, together with a tribute and brief
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Senior Prizes
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Brooks Cup for Debating: Thomas L. Cooper, Carnegie, Pa.
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DICTET® BY DICTAPHONE ®
DICTET® BY DICTAPHONE ®
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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PARTHENON PICTURES
PARTHENON PICTURES
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Cambridge Beaches
Cambridge Beaches
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Royers Peet company
Royers Peet company
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HINDE & DAUCH Division of West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company
HINDE & DAUCH Division of West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company
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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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C. C. HILLs Realtor
C. C. HILLs Realtor
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A Busy Summer
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THE Dartmouth summer conferences for business executives, begun several years ago, have been expanded this summer to include three major programs. Under the general direction of Prof. Arthur E. Jensen, Dean of the Faculty,
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President Dickey to Speak at Oil Industry Centennial
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President Dickey will be a featured speaker at the oil industry's celebration, at Titusville, Pa., August 26, of the centennial of the drilling of the first commercial oil well there. His speech and other centennial-observance
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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ALBERT B. TERRIEN '04, honored by the Nashua (N. H.) Bar Association for fifty years of devoted service to the city and state as a practicing attorney.
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forest Hills
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"21" Brands, Inc.
"21" Brands, Inc.
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The 190th Commencement
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
SOME 612 Dartmouth seniors received bachelor of arts degrees June 14 in weather as threatening as the Commencement speaker made the world situation seem. Topcoat weather, more reminiscent of an October football Saturday
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Tuck, Thayer Schools Award Degrees to 94
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TUCK SCHOOL and Thayer School graduation ceremonies were held Sunday morning, June 7, one week before the regular College Commencement. Sixty-nine Tuck students had the degree of Master of Business Administration conferred
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History and Moral Responsibility
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CHARLES H. MALIK
THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
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Valedictory to 1959
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
GENTLEMEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS:
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Faculty Chairmen
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THE appointment of nineteen new chairmen of academic departments at Dartmouth College was announced last month by Prof. Arthur E. Jensen, Dean of the Faculty. Chairmanships of the 37 departments in the undergraduate College
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THE DEAN'S DAY
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Sunday, June 14, was Commencement Day for Dartmouth College, officially speaking, but in the eyes of many it was Dean Joe McDonald's Day. The beloved Dean of the College, who retires July 31, received Dartmouth's honorary
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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS
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CHARLES HABIB MALIK President, United NationsGeneral Assembly DOCTOR OF LAWS
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The Seniors' Valedictory
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JOHN E. BALDWIN '59
TECHNICALLY, a valedictory address is an oration of farewell and leave-taking. Traditionally, it has been a vehicle for commentary on the benefits experienced by the graduating class during their years at college, or for
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Capital Campaign Tops Goal
Capital Campaign Tops Goal
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J. Zimmerman '23
A Message from National Chairman Charles
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The Fifty-Year Address
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JOSEPH W. WORTHEN '09
IN each successive annual period of commencement, such as this, it has been customary, as you know, to invite some sort of statement from one of those who, like us of 1909, think of our own real class commencement not as a
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The Reunion Week
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FROM preliminary reports it looked like a record-breaking year for reunion attendance, but the Dartmouth weather luck that blessed last year's football season just didn't carry over into June. It started raining on Friday
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Recalling the Twenties
Recalling the Twenties
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FRANCIS BROWN '25, editor of The NewYork Times Book Review, as vice president of the General Association of Alumni presided over the Alumni Luncheon meeting in the gymnasium on June 16 of Reunion Week. Following are his
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For Distinguished Service . . .
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SEVEN of Dartmouth's distinguished graduates were honored with Alumni Awards at the annual meeting of the General Alumni Association, June 20, during reunion week. The presentations, on behalf of all Dartmouth men, were made
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25-Year Glass Gives $281,000
25-Year Glass Gives $281,000
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At its 25th Reunion banquet on Saturday evening, June 20, the Class of 1934 formally announced that its 25-year gift to the College amounted to $281,000, with some 420 class members participating.
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Prof. Masland Named Provost
Prof. Masland Named Provost
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JOHN W. MASLAND, Professor of Government, has been named Provost of Dartmouth College, succeeding the late Prof. Donald H. Morrison, who filled the post from 1955 until his death in March. President Dickey announced also
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Visiting Professor
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PROFESSOR Louis Schneider of Purdue University will be Visiting Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth for the year 1959-60. His special fields are social stratification, the sociology of religion, sociological theory, and mass
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R. L. Rickenbaugh '28 Heads Alumni Council for 1959-60
R. L. Rickenbaugh '28 Heads Alumni Council for 1959-60
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RALPH L. RICKENBAUGH '28 of Denver, Colo., was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for 1959-60 at the annual business meeting of the Council in Hanover during Reunion Week. Mr. Rickenbaugh, who is president of
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David Smith '35 to Head General Alumni Association
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DAVID P. SMITH '35 of San Francisco, Calif., was elected president of the General Alumni Association of Dartmouth College at its annual meeting in Hanover on June 20. Mr. Smith is a partner in the investment counseling firm of
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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COMMENCEMENT at Dartmouth is just O three days away as this final report for the 1958-59 season is being penned, and the parents, alumni and friends in attendance will see some fine Dartmouth athletes receive diplomas.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Spring Sports
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
During the final two weeks of the spring season the Dartmouth varsity baseball team won two games and lost four, winding up with ten wins against fourteen defeats and a tie for second place in the Eastern Intercollegiate
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Football
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Dartmouth Indians will find the going rough next fall as they seek to defend their Ivy League title. This is the prognostication of Coach Bob Blackman, his staff members and most of the local observers.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Green Jottings
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
Varsity team captains elected as the season ended were George "Woody" Wood-worth, first-team catcher, to lead the 1960 baseball team; Richard Chase, who plays at midfield, as lacrosse captain; and Marty Zipser to captain the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1894's 65th
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CHARLES C. MERRILL '94
The reunion - the fourteenth in our history - was attended by 53 people, broken down as follows:
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1899's Happy Sixtieth
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KENNETH BEAL '99
This Sixtieth Reunion was a happy and even gay gathering despite our Class Fellow-ship losses these past five years. There was warm companionship for those three days even though the weather turned foul, and our flag often hung
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1904's "Grand" 55th
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HARRY B. JOHNSON '04
There is plenty of "Go" left in the men of the Class of 1904, evidenced by the fact that 27 of them "got up and went" to our fifty-fifth reunion at Hanover, including Bascom Brayton, 84 years old, from Idaho Falls, Idaho, Major
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1909's Golden 50th
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JACK CHILDS '09,
These notes are being written the Monday after the Sunday breakup of '09's "fabulous" fiftieth, to borrow a word from a headline used in past issues of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE that describes half-century reunions. Before hitting
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1919's "Relaxing" 40th
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GEORGE W. RAND '19
Well, the Relaxing Fortieth is now past history and it was the unanimous opinion of all present that it was the best one 1919 has ever had. We were awarded the Class of 1894 Cup for the highest percentage of living graduates
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1923's "Saturated" 35th
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY '23
"Damp" was the word for our 36th!
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
Thirty-fifth Reunion for 1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN '24
Both because of a shortage of space here, and a more (to me) acute shortage of time to write these notes before I set sail for a month's cruise as guest of the Navy on the flattop USS Wasp, the news of the reunion will be
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1925's Advanced 35th
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PARKER MERROW
And on June 15, 16 and 17, the days of '25's 35th reunion, palpable mist, impalpable mist, drizzle, rain and fog were on the Hanover Plain. There were no fair weather clouds sailing through the bright blue sky and no gentle
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1934 s Memorable 25th
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JOHN J. FOLEY '34
If anyone who read the column written some months ago by our highly efficient but somewhat naive then-Sec wherein he asked for volunteers to take over the writing of this monthly production of highly synthesized effluvia thinks
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1943 s Friendly Fifteenth
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STANTON B. PRIDDY '43
Swan Song of a Class Secretary
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1944's Fifteenth Fiesta
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ROBERT A. MILLER '44
I guess the best testimony to the success of the Fifteenth Fiesta was that we went broke. Obviously all the action took place in the '44 tent and the neighboring classes moved in and drank us into the red.
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1945's Advanced 15th
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SAMUEL E. CUTLER '45
With hesitancy and trepidation, some 200-plus men, women, and children of the Class of 1945 headed for Hanover on Thursday and Friday of Reunion Weekend. It had rained steadily for a week in New England, and although all
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Reports from the Reunion Glasses
1949 Enjoys Its Tenth
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ROBERT H. ZEISER '49
Well, if you missed it, I feel sorry for you, because it was a doozer! It will take at least until Wednesday to recover. It's strange that New Hampshire has such short nights!!!
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1945 War Memorial
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A memorial weather post on the northwest corner of the Hanover Inn was dedicated in a brief ceremony Saturday of Reunion Week.
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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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Castaways
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The North Wind
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AVIS RENT-A-CAR
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FOR SALE—BRISTOL, N. H.
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Golfside Restaurant
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WANT A GOOD SMALL BUSINESS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE?
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Preparatory School Directory
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Real Estate HANOVER AREA
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Alumni Register
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Grumman
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DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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