Issue: 19620501

Tuesday, May 1, 1962
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A Washington Reporter Reports on His Job
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The HANOVER INN
The HANOVER INN
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Connecticut Mutual Life
Connecticut Mutual Life
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Chemical Bank
Chemical Bank
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Rand's FURNITURE STORE
Rand's FURNITURE STORE
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Masthead
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Dartmouth 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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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Opposes Undergraduate Specialists
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THE DARTMOUTH CHAIR
THE DARTMOUTH CHAIR
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King George IV
King George IV
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THE EARLY AMERICAN INNS
THE EARLY AMERICAN INNS
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
IN THE CLEARING.
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STEARNS MORSE
By Robert Frost '96.New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston,1962. 101 pp. $4.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
AMERICAN SAIL: A PICTORIAL HISTORY.
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FRED BERTHOLD '45
By Alexander Laing '25. NewYork: E. P. Dutton, 1961. 346 pp. $15.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE SNEETCHES AND OTHER STORIES.
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By Dr. Seuss (Theodor S. Geisel'25). New York: Random House, 1961.65 pp. $2.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
MACHINE REPLACEMENT FOR THE SHOP MANAGER.
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PROF. GEORGE A. TAYLOR
By Baxter T. Fullerton '36. Cleveland, Ohio: Huebner Publications, Inc., 1961. $4.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND CORPORATE ANNUAL REPORTS.
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY JR. '48T
By Louis O. Foster. Philadelphia: Chilton, 1961. 135 pp. $3.95.
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Briefly Noted
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Contrary Country: A Chronicle of Vermont by Ralph Nading Hill '39 has been published in a new edition by the Stephen Greene Press of Brattleboro, Vermont (255 pp., $4.50). The text has been substantially rewritten from its
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Alumni Articles
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Recent publications by William N. Fenton '30 include an introduction to League of theIroquois by Lewis Henry Morgan and "Ethnohistory and its Problems" in the Winter number of Ethnohistory.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. John G. Kemeny is the author of "Needed: Well-Rounded Colleges," which appeared in the New York Times Magazine for March 25.
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C.c. HILLS
C.c. HILLS
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RICHARD FLETCHER PRIZE ESSAY CONTEST
RICHARD FLETCHER PRIZE ESSAY CONTEST
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The Dictionary's Function
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PHILIP B. GOVE '22
Publication some months ago of Webster's Third New International Dictionary aroused sharp criticism in some quarters because, it was claimed, the new unabridged edition included modern vulgarisms and failed to establish any standards of good usage. In all the hubbub the central issue became: What is the real function of a dictionary? Is it supposed to be an arbiter as well as a compilation of all the words in common usage? Dr. Philip B. Gove '22, editor-inchief of the new dictionary, was invited by the ALUMNI MAGAZINE to state what he believes the function of a dictionary to be; and he very kindly consented to write this article especially for us.
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'62 Fund Begins Impressively
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"Spectacular" is the only adjective describing the progress of the 1962 Alumni Fund campaign which opened April 1. By the end of the first three weeks the Fund had reached $327,978, or 26% of its dollar goal of $1,250,000, with
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Occom Ridge and Webster Avenue
Occom Ridge and Webster Avenue
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Standing at the center of the Dartmouth campus,
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Standing at the center of the Dartmouth campus, Baker Memorial Library dominates the College scene both symbolically and actually. Since its doors first opened in 1928 Baker has been regarded as one of the foremost college libraries
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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PRESIDENT and Mrs. Dickey left for London by plane on April 27 to begin a short holiday abroad. The President addressed the Dartmouth Club of London on April 28 and planned to visit Edinburgh before going to Athens, where
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THE COLLEGE
Commencement Speaker
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ARTHUR H. DEAN, chief U.S. negotiator in the nuclear-test-ban talks in Geneva, will deliver the Commencement Address at Dartmouth College's graduation ceremonies on June 10. A specialist in international and corporate law, he
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THE COLLEGE
1962 and 1912 Speakers
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SHARING the Commencement speaking honors with Mr. Dean will be a Dartmouth senior, James T. Hale '62 of Wayzata, Minn., who has been chosen to deliver the valedictory for the graduating class. The son of Thomas T. Hale '33,
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THE COLLEGE
$250,000 Math Grant
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A GRANT of $250,000 from the Carnegie Corporation of New York has been received by Dartmouth to help finance the new, experimental program of graduate study in mathematics, leading to the Ph.D. degree. The program's primary
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THE COLLEGE
Athletic Reorganization
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DARTMOUTH College's physical education and intramural programs together with its intercollegiate athletic activities are being consolidated under a reorganized Dartmouth College Athletic Council, according to the plan
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THE COLLEGE
Reynolds Scholars
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JAMES B. REYNOLDS Scholarships for study abroad next year have been awarded by the College to eight Dartmouth seniors. The recipients and their study plans are:
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THE COLLEGE
Public Servant in Residence
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SAMUEL R. GAMMON of the U.S. State Department began a three-week teaching and study visit to the College on April 16. He is the first Associate of the Public Affairs Center under a new program that will bring public servants to
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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JAMES M. LANGLEY '18, recipient of the Yankee Quill Award, New England's highest newspaper honor.
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ROBERT FROST '96,
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ROBERT FROST '96, who holds a very special place in Dartmouth's affection, returned to the College on April 19 for the dedication of the Robert Frost Room in Baker Library. Mr. Frost added to the occasion by presenting to
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TOWN AND GOWN
HANOVER'S DORMITORY TOWN
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
A few years ago when I had the pleasure of bringing greetings from Norwich, Vermont, to the Lord Mayor of Norwich, England, I was attempting to explain to an attractive young reporter from the Eastern Daily Express the
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COMMON MARKET
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WALDO CHAMBERLIN
Two words that pose a vital issue, both economic and political, that the U.S. "must now face with as much flexibility and perspective as it can muster."
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MUSIC ADVISORY GROUP TO AID HOPKINS CENTER
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Headed by Goddard Lieberson, president of Columbia Records, a fourteen-man Music Advisory Committee has been named to work with the Hopkins Center staff on musical matters. Some of the foremost figures in the world of music -
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A Reporter in Washington
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA '34
FORMER WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF, UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL
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Dartmouth in the Public Service
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UNDER the sponsorship of Dartmouth's Public Affairs Center, directed by Prof. Gene M. Lyons, the first of a projected series of conferences on "Dartmouth in the Public Service" was held on the weekend of April 14-15. Nineteen
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
VIRTUALLY everyone we asked - and we asked a great many - said, 'Try to get Jim Clancy for the Hopkins Center,' " Warner Bentley, director of the center, said. And so, with the enthusiastic support of the English Department
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A Teacher of Many Pasts
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
PROF. Henry W. Ehrmann is a man of many pasts. He has been a refugee from Nazism, an underground worker, journalist, attorney, French soldier, social-science researcher, educational consultant to the U.S. Government, and
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SGT. BROWN'S RUGGED BOYS
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
The Army ROTC's Mountain and Winter Warfare Training Program is very tough but the cadets work at it with enthusiasm.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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DAVE SCHWANTES '62
A NYTHING that can be said about Dartmouth in the spring will seem trite because it has already been said many times before. With the disappearance of the ice and snow, and the reappearance of the green, the atmosphere of
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Modern-Day Ledyard
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A.F.B.
ANYONE who doubts that the Dartmouth character and traditions of old cannot stand up under pressure of the 3-3 calendar had better meet Peter Knight '62 of Cleveland.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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SPRING has finally arrived on the Hanover Plain. The crack of ball and bat can be heard from Memorial Field; trackmen speed around the oval in a race with the clock; and even the ice is out of the river and oarsmen are once
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Baseball
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DAVE ORR '57
The first person we talked to was a former major league baseball player, now better known in Dartmouth circles as baseball coach Tony Lupien. Starting his sixth year in Hanover, Lupien thinks his 1962 squad" is improved over the
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Track
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DAVE ORR '57
Next on our list of spring previews was the track team, so we stopped off in Alumni Gymnasium to see that very capable mentor of the Dartmouth track squad, Ellie Noyes. Although he was recently sidelined by pneumonia, we found
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Tennis
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DAVE ORR '57
We next visited with Coach Red Hoehn as he watched his tennis team prepare for a rugged three-match road trip. In three days the tennis team ' would face Army, Princeton, and Penn. But this is a Dartmouth team that has gained
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Crew
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DAVE ORR '57
The next day found us again in search of information about the spring teams, only this time snow covered the ground and the Hanover Plain resembled a scene on a Christmas card. Pulling on our boots we made our way down to the
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Golf
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DAVE ORR '57
Out into the snow we went again, this time to the Hanover golf course. There we found the Dean of Dartmouth coaches, Tommy Keane. In terms of service Tommy has been at Dartmouth longer than any other coach now active - ever
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Lacrosse
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DAVE ORR '57
In his office at Alumni Gymnasium we also found lacrosse coach Whitey Burnham contemplating the falling snow and wondering when good playing conditions would finally arrive. Starting his second year at the lacrosse helm, Coach
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Sports Schedule
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DAVE ORR '57
BASEBALL — May 2, St. Michael's; 4, Army at West Point; 5, Yale at New Haven; 8, Brown; 9, Harvard; 16, Pennsylvania; 19, Holy Cross; 22, New Hampshire at Durham; 23, Colgate at Hamilton; 26, Cornell; 28, Amherst; 30, Vermont.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Rugby
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DAVE ORR '57
The Dartmouth Rugby players are becoming known as international travelers. Sponsored by the government's "People to People Program," the rugby club traveled to Ireland during spring vacation for a five-game series with five of
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
An Honor for Tuss
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DAVE ORR '57
Tuss McLaughry, Dartmouth's head football coach from 1941 to 1955, last month was elected to the Football Hall of Fame, thus becoming one of 49 coaches to receive this highest gridiron honor. Upon relinquishing the football
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Washington, D. C.
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BRADFORD D. COLE '43
The Glee Club was in town for a performance on March 26 at the Arena stage. The Arena stage is a theater-in-the-round, which tested the flexibility of Paul Zeller and his group. Each portion of the performance was presented
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Cleveland
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JOHN C. KLEIN '52
Robert K. Carr '29, President of Oberlin College and former Dartmouth professor, joined us at the Friday luncheon meeting on March 9. He spoke to us informally about some of the trials and tribulations of a college president
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Hawaii
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JOHN W. MULLEN '54
The Dartmouth Club of Hawaii was honored to have George H. Colton '35, Director of Development for the College, and his lovely wife Ruth as guests at its annual dinner on March 11 at the Robert Louis Stevenson Room of the
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Detroit
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JOSEPH W. KABAT JR. '58
The Dartmouth Glee Club and the Injunaires were greeted at Detroit's Institute of Arts Auditorium Sunday evening, March 18 by 800 alumni, their families and friends, and fifty prospective Dartmouth students. Profits from the
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Milwaukee
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RICHARD W. STANLEY '53
Wisconsin and, from where we sit, Milwaukee (the city that made a certain beverage famous — or maybe vice versa) were buried in snow and shivered in the cold from January through mid-March. Accordingly, Dartmouth Alumni
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San Diego
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WILLIAM C. KNIBBS '34
The annual meeting of the most southwesterly Dartmouth Club in the United States was held March 6 in the Sky Room of the La Valencia Hotel, La Jolla. About sixty alumni and wives showed up to look down on the blue Pacific
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Southeastern Massachusetts
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C. GARDNER AKIN JR. '23
The Dartmouth Club of Southeastern Massachusetts had a good turnout of 45 men for our annual meeting held at the Cotillion Room in Taunton on the evening of March 22. We also had as guests two undergraduates, John D. Ryder '62
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Jacksonville
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PAUL SAMEK '45
The annual dinner meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Jacksonville was held March 19 at the new "Spa" of the Hotel Roosevelt. Twenty-seven gathered for a momentous evening at this ultra modern club for cocktails, dinner, and an
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Peru
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EDWARD E. PARSONS '53
The summer season would certainly flit quickly by the DCP if it weren't for the social gatherings which are proving to be so popular with our members ... and more important, for the female "auxiliaries." The second "Summer
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Hong Kong
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ROBERT KARR MCCABE '51
The Dartmouth Club of Hong Kong sprang into existence February 27, 1962. The Year of the Tiger thus becomes the Year of the Indian as well, at least as far as Hong Kong is concerned. Seven Dartmouth men turned up for the
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Japan
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CAPT. VINING A. SHERMAN '38
On February 17, 1962, Dartmouth graduates in the Yokosuka, Japan, area were delighted to host Professor Charles B. McLane '41, when he visited Japan on the way home from an extensive tour of Southeast Asian countries. Though
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Sarasota
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JAMES BONNYMAN '38
The Annual College Night Dinner was held Tuesday, March 6, with Provost John Masland as the guest speaker. This was the largest meeting ever held in Sarasota, with Ned Loveland '10 coming from Ft. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Horton
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Orlando-Winter Park
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FRANK TEPPER '55
The annual spring meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Central Florida was held on Saturday night, March 10, at the Barbizon Restaurant in Winter Park, Fla. At this evening meeting, the following officers were elected to serve the
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New Haven
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RICHARD S. CARR JR. '49
The annual outing sponsored by the Dartmouth Club of New Haven takes place at the sixty-five-acre estate of Harry Townshend '44 on Townsend Avenue in New Haven on Saturday, June 9. Excellent facilities, and the well-known
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Northern California
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ROBERT PURVIS '49
March was a good month for the Southern California Club with visits from two prominent Hanoverians, George Colton '35, Director of Development for the College, and Dean Myron Tribus, our own transplanted Professor of
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Western Connecticut
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HOMER A. YATES JR. '45
Spring seems to have finally popped out here in Western Connecticut and the activities scheduled by the club for the next few months should keep our Dartmouth community pretty active for a while.
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St. Louis
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RAYMOND E. ROWLAND JR. '54
JAMES C. JONES III '38
The buses carrying the Dartmouth College Glee Club were due to arrive at the Clayton Community Center in St. Louis County on Friday, March 23 at 5 P.M., after a trip which brought the glee club members here from Minneapolis.
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Mystic Valley
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RICHARD BARNARD '30
Our spring meeting this year is to be new and different for our group. So all members please note the date of Friday, June 15. We are planning a clambake with all the fixings plus music and this will be held at the home of John
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Philadelphia
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[no value]
RUSSELL C. DILKS '51
The Dartmouth College Glee Club was in town on Wednesday evening, March 28. Paul Zeller and his group received an enthusiastic response from about 500 alumni, prospective freshmen, families and friends at the Lower Merion
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Article
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Alumni Gatherings in Far Lands
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PERU: Front row — Peggy Paschen, Gladys Neuburg, Ellen Loeb, Kati Ashworth,US. Ambassador James Loeb '29; second row — Hans Paschen 28T, Tita McCoun,a guest, Pablo Lozano '59, Nancy Smith, Fred Ashworth '42; back row - Ed Parsons'53, Bob Neuburg
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1897
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM H. HAM
JOHN RUSSELL HENDERSON
Letters written to all our living classmates by J. D. Brown have produced the information that four '97 men definitely plan to return to Hanover next month for the 65th reunion and that one other hopes to come.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1898
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST P. SEELMAN
JAMES R. CHANDLER
What hath been written shall remain, Nor be erased or written o'er again. The unwritten only still belongs to thee. Take heed and ponder well what that shall be.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
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[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH BEAL
WARREN C. KENDALL
If you see these figures, 85-86-87, it is meant neither for a robot computer, nor for a football quarterback signal. It is the series of ages attained this month respectively by Warren Kendall, Ralph Hawkes, and TimLynch. Each of
4719181_19620501_000080.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
19OO
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT W. GOODHUE
WALTER P. RANKIN
It seems appropriate to continue from last month Olivia's, daughter of "O.W." Foster, story of the family move from Palo Alto, Calif., to Santa Barbara. The distaff side of the episode is now to be told. Apparently not all is
4719181_19620501_000081.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANCIS B. MARSH
RICHARD WARD
Frank and Elsie Cudworth attended the annual luncheon of the Florida Alumni (West Coast) at the Outrigger Inn, St. Petersburg, on March 5 with 1901 the oldest class represented. John Masland, Provost of the College, addressed
4719181_19620501_000082.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN P. WADHAM
HAROLD M. HESS
One day to go in getting off these notes and not a single sentence written. Sitting in an old high back rocking chair older than the "sec" himself watching a couple of gardeners cleaning up the lawn and shrubbery. The "sec"
4719181_19620501_000083.xml
article
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43,44
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
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[no value]
[no value]
HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
The past month has been a period of reunions for Sally and the Secretary. So many Dartmouth men and their wives are here in Vero Beach as guests at the Treadway's 1908 and Packard's 1925 lovely hotel, The Royal Palm Inn. Many
4719181_19620501_000084.xml
article
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44
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. PUTNAM
FLETCHER A. HATCH
With the arrival of April the northward migration of, 1905-in-Florida sets in. C. C. Hills is making a leisurely trip home byway of Columbus, O. Isabel will fly home later after more of a visit with their daughter in Florida.
4719181_19620501_000085.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
A letter from Jack Kingsbury tells of an organization to which he belongs, which to me has a great appeal. It is called the "Retired Club." Among its varied activities are a Sing Along Group, bowling, and monthly lunches. Jack
4719181_19620501_000086.xml
article
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44,45
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
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[no value]
[no value]
G. W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
Samuel C. Bartlett, Chairman of our 55th Reunion, reports that the tentative program for June 8, 9, 10 and 11 was mailed to all classmates and widows on March 28. Kindly see that your post card is filled out and mailed to him at
4719181_19620501_000087.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
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[no value]
[no value]
SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAORENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
The class of 1908 lost three of its best known members during the month of March with the passing of Bob Blanpied on March 2; Charles DeAngelis on March 9 and DickDanforth on March 27. Bob's obituary appeared in the April issue of
4719181_19620501_000088.xml
article
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45,46
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
BENJAMIN H. DUDLEY
He Put "Umph" Into Wrestling
4719181_19620501_000089.xml
article
46
46
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
"I am still basking in the memories of that great fiftieth reunion of Tenners — it is a grand and glorious feeling." That is taken from a letter from Henry Kelley and it is used here in this May issue of the MAGAZINE in the hope
4719181_19620501_000090.xml
article
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46,47
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOSHUA B. CLARK
Walter Amos Morgan
Come one, come all For frolic and fun The Mountain View June 23-27, sixty-two.
4719181_19620501_000091.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
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[no value]
[no value]
WYCKOFF L. GARRISON
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
"Me and You..............in '62"
4719181_19620501_000092.xml
article
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47
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
Mose Linscott cruised with Brother Rollie and others on Rollie's boat, boarding at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Two weeks later he joined Ele at their motel at Miami Beach for a month's stay. On their way home from Florida, Mose and
4719181_19620501_000093.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
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[no value]
[no value]
ELMER ROBINSON
WINTHROP J. SNOW
Somebody asked Clement Atlee, former Prime Minister of Great Britain, "How does it feel to be 70?" Mr. Atlee's reply was worth noting for us. "When you consider the alternative, it feels pretty good." The following men have duly
4719181_19620501_000094.xml
article
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48,49
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1915
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[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
We'd like to extend our belated welcome to Alyce Robertson as Alumni Recorder and In Memoriam Editor and to Ted Bremble '56 as Managing Editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE.
4719181_19620501_000095.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
JAMES A. SHANAHAN
Welcome news from Classmates from whom we hear all too seldom: Col. Larry Mitchell writes me from his home on the Isle of Sicily, on Lake Maitland, Winter Park, Fla., that he and his wife try to get away for a few months each
4719181_19620501_000096.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
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[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
JOHN W. SALADINE
I regret that I have to start these notes by reporting the death of another classmate, but it is my unhappy duty to do just that. Ken Hammond died suddenly as the result of a heart attack while vacationing with his wife,
4719181_19620501_000097.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
The Class Notes this month were prepared by Harold W. (Jack) Slabaugh.
4719181_19620501_000098.xml
article
51
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
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[no value]
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
After nearly two months in Florida (these notes are being attempted in late March) and a dearth of news from you classmates, this will be principally a report on various '19ers and other Dartmouthites encountered on both the
4719181_19620501_000099.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
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CHARLES F. MCGOUGHRAN
JOHN S. MAYER
Spring is here! At least I don't feel like working and that's an almost certain indication.
4719181_19620501_000100.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
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[no value]
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JOHN HURD
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
Most women like cats, many men like dogs, and some small girls are fond of horses, but Doug Storer loves reindeer. Uncommon, practically non-existent in New Rochelle, reindeer drew Doug to the roundup in Lapland. To get there
4719181_19620501_000101.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
Decision-making for our Fortieth Reunion is now here. If you have mailed the post card notifying Reunion Chairman Bob Clark that you (and hopefully your family) will be there, a warm welcome awaits you. But if up to now you've
4719181_19620501_000102.xml
article
54
54
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
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[no value]
[no value]
CHESLEY T. BIXBY
LOUIS v. WILCOX
Our 40th reunion is all set for June 10-11-12, 1963. The secretary spent two days in Hanover in March taking in the Dartmouth Horizons Program. He was thoroughly briefed on new developments in Medical School, Tuck, and Thayer,
4719181_19620501_000103.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
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[no value]
[no value]
CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
This is written during the count-down; we're in the New York area seeing the grandchildren (Sylvia's) and relatives; last-minute shopping, escape from the telephone in Hanover, this final week. Thanks to many who sent bon
4719181_19620501_000104.xml
article
55
55
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN B. PEASE
LAURENCE G. LEAVITT
The Class can be proud and its members whose generosity made the project possible can view with satisfaction the fulfillment of an idea conceived seven years ago by the late Jack Davis by the appointment on March 1, 1962, of
4719181_19620501_000105.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT L. MAY
REGINALD W. HANSON
It might have been Westbrook Pegler who said: "A columnist who doesn't risk making a few readers mad is half jelly-fish, half mouse." To prove that your Secretary is a higher species (a rat, perhaps) we list herewith those
4719181_19620501_000106.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
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[no value]
[no value]
CARLETON G. BROER
LAWRENCE W. SCAMMON
1927's THIRTY-FIFTH JUNE 11, 12, and 13
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
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[no value]
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OSMDN SKINNER
GEORGE W. EMERY
Ham Hankins is glad to be back in harness again - his new position is Manager of Technical Services for Lockheed Aircraft Service at Idlewild Airport. He is in charge of contracts, engineering, quality control and flight
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE B. REDDING
M. CARTER STRICKLAND
All hands cease house hunting for LarryLougee. He and Mary have acquired a house in our fair town of Winchester. It has a doorless heated garage and a hand pump for gasoline. All sight-seers will be welcome after July 1.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
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WALLACE BLAKEY
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
It seems as though we finished a column just the other day, but recently having been swamped by the demands of various domestic governmental bodies for the preparation of tax returns and reams of other gratuitous corporate
4719181_19620501_000110.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD C. WOLFF
WILLIAM T. WENDELL
Due to the date these news columns have to be mailed to Hanover, and the date Beany's newsletter got to you, some of the cards, letters, and phone calls that resulted from the newsletter came just too late to get my thanks for
4719181_19620501_000111.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
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FREDERICK R. WHITE
ROBERT D. REINHARDT
Meeting for a Class Dinner late in March, about thirty of our New York metropolitan area classmates successfully tested the wining and dining facilities of the Dartmouth Club at its new location on the mezzanine of the Hotel
4719181_19620501_000112.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
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[no value]
WESLEY H. BEATTIE
SIDNEY STONEMAN
Another classmate has made peace with his conscience and earned the undying gratitude of your scribe. In fact, credit goes, not only to Paine Knickerbocker, but to "the man who wasn't there," Atwood Levensaler, the inspiration
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
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JOHN J. FOLEY
JOHN D. O'BRIEN
This is the month when ye sec usually sits in deeper stupor over the Jim Dandy #1 writing machine, trying to stretch the dust in the empty file sufficiently to keep the franchise.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
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[no value]
[no value]
WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
GEORGE E. GOODMAN
While of course I don't do this on purpose, you understand, one of the most effective and satisfying ways of getting a reaction from members of the class is to let a little misinformation leak into the column. BillHands has now
4719181_19620501_000115.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
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BARRY C. SULLIVAN
CHARLES A. AARON JR.
It's good to have an opportunity to report some of the correspondence we have been receiving from various members of the class.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
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[no value]
ALAN W. BRYANT
ROBINSON BOSWORTH JR.
It seems hard to realize that spring is upon us, and the weeks are rushing by, bringing us so rapidly to Commencement time in Hanover, and then reunion. Bill Coe advises that all plans are now complete for a stupendous affair,
4719181_19620501_000117.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
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MARTIN R. KING
ROBERT S. STEARNS
A lovely daughter of the Hanover EarlWards, Constance Jean, was married in January to John Doyle Anderson ... and the Class wishes the fine couple Great Days.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
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[no value]
ROBERT L. DAVIDSON
LOUIS T. MERRIAM JR.
It has been pointed out to us by an erstwhile director of admissions at St. Lawrence University that we erred in our March column. We stated that the new director there of the National French Institute Center was our Dr.
4719181_19620501_000119.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
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[no value]
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
JOHN B. MOORE
Like the crocus coming out of the springsoft gardens, quite a few classmates came out of their winter hibernation for one or another of the class agents dinners which have been held in various parts of the country the end of
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
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JOHN J. O'CONNOR JR.
EDWARD A. LARNER JR.
Not everyone is fortunate enough to have a benefactor. Little did I think that one would appear out of the smog to come to the assistance of a class secretary. That is exactly what happened to me prior to the deadline for this
4719181_19620501_000121.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
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[no value]
GEORGE K. HINKLEY
WARREN G. KRETER
At the time this "position" was offered to me, the thought that I might begin a column in this fashion never crossed my mind. It has been my practice to divorce personal feelings from the class notes. Under the circumstances,
4719181_19620501_000122.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
GEORGE B. MUNROE
With filing of income tax returns, appearance of onion grass, April showers, I know that spring is here. And with it George Munroe ambitiously heads us for that $13,130.00 goal. Sometimes I'm inclined towards preaching, if
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
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[no value]
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ROBERT A. MILLER
PHILIP E. PENBERTHY
I find all forms of our press today getting spongy and wasting too much expensive ink on Jack and Jackie and Bobbie and Teddy, etc. ... too little on important people like Arnold Palmer and that great dark horse, white hope from
4719181_19620501_000124.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
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[no value]
SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ELIOT S. MOVER
Good news from the head office! Treasurer Robert D. Oldfield Jr. reports that we have set a new all-time record for Class Dues, 377+, which erases the old mark of 376 set in 1955. Congratulations to you all for coming through
4719181_19620501_000125.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS H. GILLAUGH
FRANCIS T. ADAMS JR.
Dear Gang —
4719181_19620501_000126.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
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[no value]
HARRIS J. CHADWELL
TOWNES M. HARRIS JR.
Jack Halpin has been appointed by Governor Edmund Brown of California to Superior Judge in Redding, Calif. He is a graduate of Stanford Law School where he had a James Colby Fellowship. He and his wife Sydney, also a lawyer,
4719181_19620501_000127.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
RUSSELL C. CARLSON
Well I'm back from a wonderful skiing trip in Europe and I strongly recommend it for all you skiing enthusiasts. After a pleasant flight over on a jet, we landed in Zurich and after sometime trying to locate my skis, which had'
4719181_19620501_000128.xml
article
73
73,74
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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[no value]
CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
RICHARD W. BANFIELD
We start the ceremonies this month with a promotion, that of Ed Clogston, one of our men rapidly succeeding in the insurance business. Ed has done his climbing with Aetna. This rung: Brokerage Supervisor, William St. Agency,
4719181_19620501_000129.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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[no value]
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SCOTT c. OLIN
JOHN F. SWENSON
Well, hello on you there! Why don't you forget about cutting the grass for a few moments. or stop tinkering with that do-it-yourself appendectomy set, or quit watching the late late late show, or whatever it is you've been up
4719181_19620501_000130.xml
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75
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD H. ROGERS
As of the time of writing, spring has sprung; and a young man's (or not so young - after all, we've passed thirty) fancy turns to satyrizing. Unfortunately, Knight, Karcher, et al. have let us down; and there are no marriages
4719181_19620501_000131.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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[no value]
[no value]
RAYMOND J. BUCK JR.
E. JOHN ROSENWALD JR.
The big move to the 10th reunion is on. Rem Kinne, in charge of the Massachusetts contingent of 109 classmates for the AlReich-Bob Brace nationwide promotional team, reports that so far the only Massachusetts '52 not coming to
4719181_19620501_000132.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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[no value]
FREDERICK H. STEPHENS JR.
EDWARD J. SPIEGEL
ALUMNI FUND TIME - YOU ARE ASKED TO THINK ABOUT IT, TALK ABOUT IT, THEN ACT.
4719181_19620501_000133.xml
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77
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN G. CHRISTY
JOHN J. FELDMAN
The serious surge of late spring seems to have gotten the sap up in more than Hanover's elms. For the activities of Fifty-fours (or at least the reports thereof) are multiplying. From Lome (that's in Togo) to Lowell (that's in
4719181_19620501_000134.xml
article
77
77,78
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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[no value]
[no value]
JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
E. SWIFT LAWRENCE
Onward and upward: Bernie Segal was promoted to assistant professor of sociology at Goucher College; he's also assistant director of the college's Center for Sociological Studies. George Schmitt moved up from executive vice
4719181_19620501_000135.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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[no value]
[no value]
STEWART SANDERS
TOM H. ROSENWALD
Ben Taylor recently completed paratroop training at the 82nd Airborne Division Jump School in Fort Bragg, N. C. Ben was working for Armstrong Cork Co. and living with Erwin in New York when he was recalled to active duty. Dave
4719181_19620501_000136.xml
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79
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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[no value]
[no value]
CLARENCE D. KERR III
THOMAS H. SCHWARZ
The Overture is over, the house lights dim, and the play begins. The center of the stage is occupied by a strangely familiar figure. We turn to the "Playbill" and there it says John Colenback, His Attendant. "From Toledo via
4719181_19620501_000137.xml
article
79
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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[no value]
[no value]
IST LT. CHAS. H. COWPERTHWAITE
RONALD L. SNOW
As the fourth spring since graduation descends on us, a predictably large number of engagement and wedding notices indicates that many a young man's fancy does indeed turn to romantic thoughts and actions at this time of year.
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80
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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[no value]
[no value]
CRAIG B. HARLAN
THOMAS MARGETTS III
From Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, we learn that Bob Johnson has been on the high seas since graduation days and that he is quite willing to give up that fresh smell of salt water for a few feet of earth beneath his feet. Actually,
4719181_19620501_000139.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
ENS. WILLIAM G. BATT
We'll start off with a few weddings this month. Joe McHugh and Brenda Baxter tied the knot on February 17. Joe graduated from Tuck last year, but is now applying his business learning to the U.S. Army in Indianapolis. Walt
4719181_19620501_000140.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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ENS. JOELB. HEATHCOTE
ROGER W. MCART
Greetings from Pier 6 at lovely Naples harbor. The ship hasn't moved in so darn long I strongly suspect that some of the boys snuck over and welded her to the seawall. However, being in port for a long time has its
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Alumni Award Bestowed on Kenneth Henderson '16
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The President's Dinner held at the University Club, Chicago, by the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago on March 21 provided the occasion for presenting a Dartmouth Alumni Award to Kenneth M. Henderson '16.
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Jack Cannell '19 Is Honored
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Jackson L. Cannell '19, who retired last fall after teaching 20 years at the Robert W. Traip Academy, Kittery, Me., was honored on the evening of February 20, at a testimonial held in the Swett Memorial Gymnasium.
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REYNOLDS TROPHY WiNNER
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Phillips M. Van Huyck '24 has received the James B. Reynolds Trophy as the 1961 Alumni Fund's outstanding head agent among those serving classes more than 25 years out of college. Fund Chairman John D. Dodd '22 made
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MONTY WELLS HONORED
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Traditionally the indoor winter track season begins in Boston with the Knights of Columbus Track Meet in early January. This year the Massachusetts Council of the K of C announced the naming of Event Number Six in memory
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HOOD TROPHY WINNER
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At an April 4 dinner meeting in New York attended by more than 300 class agents, C. Kirk Liggett'36 was honored with the 1961 Harvey P. Hood Trophy, awarded annually to the outstanding head agent among those serving
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Mosbacher Again at the Helm
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The summer yacht racing season gets underway in early June in Long Island Sound with the first trials for the America's Cup race. Four U. S. twelve-meter yachts are to compete ... the Columbia, Easterner, Weatherly, and a new
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FLOATING VISITOR
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Lowell Thomas Jr. '46 is a visitor in a Soviet-claimed area of the world under most unusual circumstances. An American-manned scientific ice island has for the first time drifted into arctic waters where the Russians claim
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MASON TROPHY WINNER
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In the 1961 Alumni Fund campaign the outstanding head agent of a class one to ten years out of college was E. John Rosenwald Jr. '52. The 1961 John R. Mason Trophy, symbolic of this honor, was presented to him at the
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VACATION IN HANOVER?
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PARTHENON PICTURES
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ROSEDON
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WARD MIDON
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CARLSON WADE LITERARY AGENCY
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STROUT REALTY Town & Country
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HILDA B. RUSSELL
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IVY LEAGUE ALUMNI MAGAZINES
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
Spring has certainly arrived as is indicated by the piles of mud just to the north of the Medical Building where construction of the new medical student residence, Strasenburgh Hall, is well under way. Its doors are scheduled
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Tuck School
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GEORGE DROWNE '33
Dean Hill was the guest of the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Montreal on March 23 and spoke to the members on Tuck School objectives and progress. Mr. Hennessey was a speaker at the Business Management Institute, Colby College,
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Thayer School
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S. RUSSELL STEARNS CE'38
Members of the Dartmouth Society of Engineers will have received, by this time, the D.S.E. letter covering in considerable detail the activities of the staff and students in the Thayer School. At the risk of some repetition, a
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The New England Guide
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received with in the vast month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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FOR SALE
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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THE DARTMOUTH Coop
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