Issue: 19621201

Saturday, December 1, 1962
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THE HOPKINS CENTER
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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Rand's FURNITURE STORE
Rand's FURNITURE STORE
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Big Green Profit-Sharing
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The hANOVER INN
The hANOVER INN
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Masthead
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Dartmouth MAGAZINE
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IN THIS ISSUE
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DR. SEUSS' SLEEP BOOK.
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MAUDE D. FRENCH
(Theodor S. Geisel '25). New York: RandomHouse, 1962. 55 pp. $2.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
NO SUBSTITUTE FOR VICTORY.
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CHARLES B. McLANE '41
Frank J. Johnson '51. Chicago: HenryRegnery Company, 1962. 230 pp. $500
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE SONG OF THE NIBELUNGS.
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WILLIAM C. CALIN
Translatedby Frank G. Ryder, M.A. '54. Detroit:Wayne University Press, 1962. 435pp. $8.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE MODERN CRITICAL SPECTRUM.
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F. CUDWORTH FLINT
Edited by Gerald Jay Goldberg andNancy Marmer Goldberg. EnglewoodCliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1962.xvii + 344 pp. $6.95.
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A CUP OF COFFEE
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JOHN PARKE '39
Transtabular
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Noel Perrin is the author of "to Defense of Country Votes" in the Autumn 1962 issue of the Yale Review. i
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Dartmouth Families!
Dartmouth Families!
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
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PINK BEACH
PINK BEACH
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Kidder, Peabody & Co.
Kidder, Peabody & Co.
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Norwich Inn and Motel
Norwich Inn and Motel
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A Basic Home Reference Library for the College Graduate
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LAWRENCE CLARK POWELL
YOUR basic home reference library will be determined by who you are, what you do, and where you live. Lawyer, banker, doctor, writer, realtor, housewife; east, west, north, south: each will need his or her own books of
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A Numismatic Program
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As part of the Dartmouth College Museum's effort to give added importance to numismatics, Doran A. Jones of North Haverhill, N.H., a numismatist of many years' experience, has been named Honorary Curator of Coins at the Museum
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Hampshire house
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STROUT REALTY Town & Country
STROUT REALTY Town & Country
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD, HANOVER, N.H.
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FOR RENT Delray Beach, Florida
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Chemical New York
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Manchester Federal Savings
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A Request for Research
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W. HUSTON LILLARD '05
JUST what kind of daredevil is going to stand up and open his mouth in brazen comment when he is a guest of the College, in the guise of a class officer, has been wined and dined to the point of salubrious contentment,
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The Pippins REALTORS
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TOWN AND GOWN
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
HANOVER FIRES
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LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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A LTHOUGH the College last month was absorbed in the opening of the Hopkins Center and the successful march of a very fine Big Green football team toward the Ivy League championship and an undefeated season, there was
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THE COLLEGE
FINANCES
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C.E.W.
At some point during the fiscal year 1961-62, Dartmouth College became worth $100 million. Total assets on June 30, 1962, were $110,017,839, according to the annual financial report made to the Trustees last month by
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THE COLLEGE
OUT OF THE RAILROAD BUSINESS
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C.E.W.
Arrangements have been completed for the sale by Dartmouth College of the Mount Washington Cog Railway, the railway base station, and certain related properties to Col. Arthur S. Teague who has headed the railway operations
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THE COLLEGE
FINE ARTS AWARD
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C.E.W.
An annual fine arts award in memory of the late Prof. Adelbert Ames Jr. has been established through the anonymous gift of a $20,000 endowment fund. Income from the fund will be used to purchase original works of art, and
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THE COLLEGE
SUMMER HELP
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C.E.W.
A recent $25,000 gift from The General Foods Fund, Inc., will be used to help the College launch its summer term in 1963, President Dickey has announced. The fourth term, putting Dartmouth on year-round operation, will not
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THE COLLEGE
POSTGRAD PLANS
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C.E.W.
Tabulation 0f plans filed by Dartmouth's 1962 graduates shows that 73% of the 607 men covered by the survey will probably go on to graduate school within three or four years after graduation. A large majority of the
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THE COLLEGE
ALUMNI TALLY
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C.E.W.
Statistics were forthcoming also from the Alumni Records Office last month. Miss Alyce Robertson, recorder, gave the total of living Dartmouth alumni as 31,288 on November 1. The figure for the College alone was 29,937.
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THE COLLEGE
THEIR OWN RESPONSIBILITY
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C.E.W.
Assenting to a proposal from Palaeopitus, the Great Issues Course steering committee last month announced that it would drop the monitoring of attendance of seniors at the Monday night lectures and Tuesday morning question
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THE COLLEGE
GREETINGS
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C.E.W.
To our readers, kind and patient all, we extend season's greetings and wishes for a joyous Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year.
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SOUVENIR BOOKLET
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In conjunction with the dedication of Hopkins Center and its Convocation on the Arts, the College published a handsome souvenir booklet that can be purchased by 'alumni and others. Profusely illustrated, with eleven of its
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A Wah Hoo Wah for
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CAPTAIN BILL KING '62 and his Dartmouth teammates, for the Ivy League football championship and Dartmouth's first undefeated season since 1925.
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"I Am Having a Wonderful Time"
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WHAT'S in a name?" Shakespeare wrote. In the case of the Hopkins Center, this magnificent structure would somehow seem less with any other name, and one of the fitting and heart-warming aspects of the inaugural program was the
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THE CENTER COMES ALIVE
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LONG years of dreaming, planning, and working ended in handsome reality last month when the Hopkins Center threw open its doors to become a part of the daily life of the College. It is not often that realization exceeds
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THE DEDICATION
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A CAPACITY crowd that filled the stage as welas the hall was present in Spaulding Auditorium for the dedication ceremony, Thursday afternoon, November 8, that launched the eleven-day Hopkins Center Inaugural Program.
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THE STUDENTS COME FIRST
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To launch the actual use of the Hopkins Center the students brought a new "twist" that the planning committees never dreamed of. It all came about during the first three days of the Inaugural Program which coincided, by design,
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SPAULDING DEDICATION
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SPAULDING Auditorium in the Hopkins Center was fittingly dedicated in a brief ceremony before a Great Issues lecture on "The Arts and National Life" at the mid-point in the Hopkins Center Inaugural Program. John R. McLane Jr.
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CONVOCATION ON THE ARTS
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THE second weekend of the Inaugural Program was appropriately titled "A Convocation on the Arts." In concerts, lectures, exhibits, and drama the role of the Arts in liberal arts education and in life was exquisitely demonstrated
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FIELD HOUSE DEDICATION
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IN the vast expanse of Dartmouth's new. Field House, arched over with the diamond-patterned roof of Nervi's reinforced concrete design, the climactic event of the Convocation on the Arts took place Sunday morning with the
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WDCR Covers the Elections
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STURGES DORRANCE '63
ABOUT 3:30, the morning after election night, when Democrats in New England were beginning to realize that they were the chosen people and Republicans that they were not, the Dartmouth College radio station, WDCR, was just
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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CARL MAVES '63
the director, Professor James Clancy, arrives, smiling amiably if perhaps a bit wearily, and a quorum being present, decides to start the first scene. At last the stage is officially populated; the actors resolve into their
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"Danton's Death"
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(Prof. John Finch of the English Department reviewed the opening play in Hopkins Center for the Valley News. The following is taken from Prof. Finch's review.)
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Hopkins Center War Memorial
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THE Hopkins Center Garden Court, as a memorial to the Dartmouth men who died in active service from the beginning of World War II until the end of the Korean conflict, will in appropriate form record the names of all those
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Students in Foreign Business
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INTERNATIONAL cooperation and exchange at the student level is being boosted by a fast-growing organization recently established in Hanover. This organization is the Dartmouth Committee of AIESEC - U.S. (Association
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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LATE NEWS: All the "ifs" about Dartmouth's undefeated football season are over. In a high-scoring thriller, Bill King, Tom Spangenberg, Don McKinnon, and company defeated Princeton, 38-27, to make a clean sweep of nine major games this fall.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Dartmouth 10, Holy Cross 0
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DAVE ORR '57
No two football teams ever met with more desire to win than did Dartmouth and Holy Cross. The Crusaders wanted to prove that the Big Green defense was only paper thin, while Dartmouth was out to beat the Cross for the first time
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Dartmouth 24, Harvard 6
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DAVE ORR '57
The following week at Harvard Stadium, the Indians continued to roll in high gear against the Crimson. The 24-6 win was sweetened by the knowledge that TV viewers throughout the East were watching along with 32,000 in the stands.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Dartmouth 9, Yale 0
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DAVE ORR '57
Next to playing before TV cameras, the Indians seem to be at their best under adverse, weather conditions. This year's encounter with Yale at New Haven could not have been played under much worse conditions. A cold rain fell
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Dartmouth 42, Columbia 0
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DAVE ORR '57
Playing their last home game of the '62 season the Indians swamped the Columbia Lions 42-0, as King broke three Ivy League records. The Big Green captain and the first team played less than half the game, yet the Indian
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Dartmouth 28, Cornell 21
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DAVE ORR '57
At some point in every season even a championship team needs to face the acid test of exactly how good it really is. Such was the case on November 17 when the Indians tangled with Cornell at Ithaca. Riding the crest of an
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Soccer
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DAVE ORR '57
The 1962 soccer season closed on a poor note as far as Coach Whitey Burnham's booters were concerned. With two weeks to go, the Indians stood in second place in the Ivy League. Their right to that position came by virtue of
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Cross Country
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DAVE ORR '57
The 1962 cross-country season ended about as it started, with Captain Pete Wells setting the pace. The senior runner was fifth in the Heptagonal meet, just 18 seconds off the pace set by Harvard's Ed Hamlin, who was first. The
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Freshman Sports
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DAVE ORR '57
The Class of 1966 did itself proud with two outstanding fall teams. The football team finished with a 5-1 record, while the soccer team, coached by Ab Oakes, compiled a 9-1 mark. The booters' only loss came in the final match
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Sports Schedule
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DAVE ORR '57
BASKETBALL - Dec. 1, Vermont; 5, Williams at Williamstown; 8, Boston University; 27, Kentucky at Lexington, Kentucky; 28, Dayton at Dayton, Ohio; 29, Butler at Indianapolis, Ind.; Jan. 3, Boston College at Boston; 5, Harvard;
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Rugby
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DAVE ORR '57
The Dartmouth Rugby Club completed a successful fall season, winning five out of six matches and outscoring its opponents 72 to 12. The lone loss came against the New York Rugby Club in the final game, 6-5.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Sailing
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DAVE ORR '57
The Dartmouth sailing team finished a respectable fourth in the First Annual Ivy League Sailing Championships held October 7 at Harvard. The trophy won by Harvard was donated by Bus Mosbacher '43, skipper of the successful
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
Green Jottings
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DAVE ORR '57
Congratulations are in order for Dartmouth Ski Coach Al Merrill, who has been named Nordic Ski Coach for 1964 Olympic Ski team. A well-deserved honor for one of our nation's .finest ski coaches. He joins Eddie Jeremiah who was
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
South Shore
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C. GARDNER AKIN JR. '23
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Southeastern Mass. had their fall meeting at the Cotillion Room in Taunton, Mass., on the evening of October 22, 1962. Before we sat down to a fine roast beef dinner we listened, via radio, to
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
D.O.C. of Northern California
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ROBERT B. ALLEN '33
The Dartmouth Outing Club of Northern California has had another successful year with members, their families, and guests enjoying the cabin to the utmost throughout the year. Even members Ed Little '41 and Luther Leeger '46
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Denver
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DAVID J. STEPHENSON '46
Thursday, October 25 was the Red Letter day this month as far as activities in this area were concerned. Director of Admissions Eddie Chamberlain '36 came to Denver that day and did a lot of work in a 14hour period. At 9:30
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Oregon
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CAMPBELL RICHARDSON '52
DARTMOUTH CLUB OF OREGONCELEBRATES FIFTIETH
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
North Shore
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WILLIAM J. BREED JR. '52
G.K. BRIGGS JR. '55
A brief summary of recent and future activities to indicate how alive this group of Indians is in the suburban woods of the North Shore under the experienced leadership of "Joe" Batchelder '26: a fancy formal was held at the
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Cleveland
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JOHN C. KLEIN '52
Yours truly attended the Club Officers' Meeting in Hanover during the weekend of September 29. We had the privilege of hearing addresses from President Dickey and Dean Seymour, touring the almost completed Hopkins Center,
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
New York
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G. A. PROSSER '28
A dual celebration and tea dance was held at the Dartmouth Club of New York on Friday, October 5. The occasion marked the world-wide observance of Dartmouth Night and also completed the first year of operation of this Club in
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Bergen County
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DONALD SISSON '45
DON LANDZETTEL '60
This fall season has been one of true Dartmouth fellowship for our Club. We started off with a local celebration of "Dartmouth Night" on October 5, followed this with a bus trip to the Yale game in New Haven and finished the
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Philadelphia
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RUSSELL C. DILKS '51
Some thirty-odd alumni, wives, and dates showed up at the Treadway Inn in St. Davids on Saturday afternoon, October 27, to watch the Big Green trounce the Cantabs on TV. We're planning a mass exodus to Palmer Stadium on November
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Nashua
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DOUGLAS D. PERKINS '53
Dean Myron Tribus of Thayer School addressed a dinner meeting of Dartmouth alumni in New Hampshire at the Nashua Country Club on November 7. An enthusiastic gathering heard Dean Tribus describe the new curriculum at Thayer. He
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article
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43
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Long Island
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LARRY SCHWARTZ '58
The activities of the Long Island Association for the year are well underway. In addition to three business meetings at the home of President Mike Pender '47 the association has held a TV party for the Dartmouth-Harvard
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article
43
43
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Berkshire County
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HENRY H. WILLIAMS JR. '49
Fifty-four members, wives, parents and guests of the Dartmouth Club of Berkshire County gathered at the Country Club of Pittsfield for the annual dinner, hejd Monday, November 5, 1962. Club President Donald T. Oakes '44
4719181_19621201_000082.xml
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44
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1897
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN R. HENDERSON
There was a college antique, not known after '97 was graduated from Dartmouth. We sing of the "Old Oaken Bucket." How many students after '97 know of the old pump that stood a short distance in the rear of Thornton Hall?
4719181_19621201_000083.xml
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44
44
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1898
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST P. SEELMAN
The '98 News Letter mailed in July is bearing fruit. Mrs. Melvin W. (Edna B.) Richardson, Dover, N. H., writes: "Enjoyed receiving the '98 news letter so much. It brought back many pleasant memories of reunions I have attended
4719181_19621201_000084.xml
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44,45
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
Two deaths of '99 men during October: William Loveland Hutchinson on the fifth, and Theobold Andrew Lynch on the twenty fourth, — our deep sympathy to family and friends. A memorial to Bill Hutch appears in this issue. One of
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article
45
45
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT W. GOODHUE
WALTER P. RANKIN
Since a new swimming pool is planned and presumably under construction in the East wing of the gymnasium, this is perhaps an appropriate time to tell a brief story of the expeditious way in which the Spaulding Pool came into
4719181_19621201_000086.xml
article
45
45
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1901
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANCIS B. MARSH
Harry B. Gilmore and his wife Grace celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary on October 23 at their home, 33 Harrison Avenue, New Canaan, Conn.
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45
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALBERT E. SMITH
JOHN P. WADHAM
A lot of water has gone over the dam since September 6 last when a letter from Kid Cohen told me of Pray Wadham's desire to resign as class secretary. Anyway, after talking with Pray I accepted the job. Then came the great loss
4719181_19621201_000088.xml
article
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45,46
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARRY B. JOHNSON
THOMAS W. STREETER
Merry Xmas — and a Happy New Year to all.
4719181_19621201_000089.xml
article
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46
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
From their lovely home in New Mexico Shirley Cunningham writes that Louise is working too hard, toiling in the garden, making dresses for her grandchildren, and finding other ways of keeping busy. She loves activity and is to be
4719181_19621201_000090.xml
article
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46
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Con and Grace Chellis spent the night of October 8 with us on their way south for the winter. This year they are not going to St. Petersburg as they have for the past 17 years. Instead they are going to see whether or not they
4719181_19621201_000091.xml
article
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46,47
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
Greetings to you all and best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a very Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year. Hope to see you at our informal 56th reunion in 1963 in Hanover at which time we all can take a good look at the
4719181_19621201_000092.xml
article
47
47
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Larry Treadway departed for Vero Beach in November. He reported that the sale of the Royal Park Inn had not been completed.
4719181_19621201_000093.xml
article
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47,48
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JACK CHILDS
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
GREETINGS TO ONE AND ALL
4719181_19621201_000094.xml
article
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48
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
Twelve Tenners held forth at the annual reunion before the Harvard game, in Boston - eleven were actually in a group at the dinner at the University Club — the twelfth, Charlie Fay, had to be satisfied to have phone reunions
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
The witty, colorful, vibrant editor of our class newsletter is gone. Long may he live in our memories. Pat took over the job of doing something with "Leven Up" three years ago and made it one of the best of any class letters.
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
The secretary's son Dave Weld '46 did a real messenger job recently, stopping at the Garrison home in Westfield, N. J., and bringing the class secretary files to Hartford. These carry back through the period of Heinie Urion's
4719181_19621201_000097.xml
article
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50
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Nel Gay is back home at Hancock, N. H., from a hospitalization and well on the road to recovery. He and Ruth will be in Hanover in June. Hal Fuller '12 is a neighbor of theirs and Nel says: "We are the old guard of the
4719181_19621201_000098.xml
article
50
50
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
"When you are young you do a lot of wishful thinking, when you are older you do a lot of thoughtful wishing."
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1915
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
What worthy class president is occasionally discombobulated as to what classmate's wife prefers one Martini with two olives or vice versa?
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article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
ARTHUR J. CONLEY
Larry Davidson, one of the Californians who has kept in closest touch with JudgePhillips, writes that the Judge has been installed in the Cozy Cottage Guest Home, 2362 Pine St., San Francisco, the Home being the hospital. I hope
4719181_19621201_000101.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
Rain, and more rain! Those few words pretty well describe the conditions prevailing during the weekend of our fall outing. But in spite of the adverse weather conditions, everyone present had a thoroughly good time. The
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article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
The weather smiled on Saturday October 27 which added a great deal to the Harvard game weekend. Fifty-seven classmates, wives and friends, attended the buffet luncheon at the Harvey Hoods' before the game. It was a beautiful
4719181_19621201_000103.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
Your Secretary sends hereby to all '19ers his very best wishes for a most Merry Christmas and as Happy a New Year as is possible under the prevailing circumstances of late October. Having been an Intelligence (?) Officer in
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES F. MCGOUGHRAN
ALBERT W. FREY
Dorothy and I journeyed to Hanover for Dartmouth Night again this year, and while this may read like a weather bulletin it is nonetheless fact! We had rain on the trip up — we had rain on the trip down and, yes, sir, we had rain
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
Charlie Gilson of Taipei, Taiwan, has found an American family willing to adopt five orphan children called Chen. Their names are exotic: Hsu-ken (Root of the Tree), Hsu-sheng (Life of the Tree), and Hsu-you (Friend of the
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MOKRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
It's time to dish out the sukiyaki and sauerkraut again, so here's more of that priceless prose purveying the scandal and the scuttlebutt of a fabulous class. And, as always, the truth will prevail.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
FROM THE DARTMOUTH 43 YEARSAGO
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
You have all received the latest issue of the 24 HOUR NOTICE from Butts Lamson, and in it you find his report on the fall reunion over the Penn game. It was indeed a "large and enthusiastic gathering" - despite the bad
4719181_19621201_000109.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
The football season opens the gate to numerous small and medium reunions. Your secretary apparently was the only out-of-towner to join the local group at the opening game at Hanover in delightfully warm weather, in contrast
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
Hub Harwood, Class Chairman, has just announced the appointment of the 40th Reunion Committee (June 1966), Chairman Harold Trefethen, and Vice-Chairman RussClark. Other committee members include Joseph M. Batchelder, G. Henry
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
A three-day nor'easter with Hurricane Diane hanging on the tail drenched New England and Hanover the weekend of the Fall Reunion. Rain and three good Dartmouth teams drowned Penn's hopes — in fact, pushed them to negative
4719181_19621201_000112.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
Clark Blyth's claim to the largest number of grandchildren has been equalled by Al Willey, Rochester attorney, who writes that he has nine, spread all over the world: Japan, Independence, Mo., Ithaca and Rochester, N. Y. Al
4719181_19621201_000113.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE B. REDDING
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
A '29 Dinner was held at the Dartmouth Club in New York City on November 2, 1962, the evening before the Yale game. The committee in charge were Ray Hedger, Chairman, Paul Jameson and Bob Ramage. Present were Bill and Kay
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WALLACE BLAKEY
HENRY S. EMBREE
Writing on the night following the elections, it is truly gratifying to congratulate Nelson Rockefeller on his re-election as governor of New York, an outstanding Republican victory amidst a great deal of Democratic triumph
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
JOHN K. BENSON
On our way through New Jersey, heading for a convention at Atlantic City, Harriet and I had a very pleasant stopover with Len and Dottie Clark in Verona, N.J. The Clarks were baby sitting over the weekend for their granddaughter
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FREDERICK R. WHITE
WILLIAM A. LIESON
In the week before the Yale game your correspondent lunched with Class President Art Allen and obtained an eye-witness account of the '32 gatherings at the Penn and Harvard games. Art said that at Bonnie Oaks the crowd included
4719181_19621201_000117.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WESLEY H. BEATTIE
GEORGE N. FARRAND
Again, we remind you of our Thirtieth Reunion to be held jointly with '32 and '34. Note the dates well - Monday, June 17 to Wednesday, June 19 - not a weekend, as previously, due to the crowding of Hanover facilities by other
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN J. FOLEY
HENRY WERNER
With the luck of the you-know-who, this columnist toured the football chautauqua making the bright, sunny days and being obliged to miss the Penn and Yale games.
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
The Class of 1935 had a nice Yale-game reunion in the tent at Portal One, I guess. I met several of the survivors who were actually in the Bowl and they looked wet and bedraggled two days after the game. Merc Curtis was one,
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article
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65
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
BARRY C. SULLIVAN
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
To give some idea of who does what in our National Capital, Bill Yelverton rounded up the story for us. Pushing hard in the legal profession here is Dick O'Hare who is an associate of Tommy the Cork of New Deal fame. During the
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
A quick dash to Hanover the day of the Holy Cross game netted - as far as classmates are concerned - no more than a few quick words with Win Taft and Will Brown on the field after the game. Doesn't anyone else in '37 ever feel
4719181_19621201_000122.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MARTIN R. KING
PETER SCHAEFFER
Merry Christmas, fellows, and check your living in 1963. Make every today terrific so that all 365 of them make a bountiful year of life and love. Writing this column, the editor is aware that some of our fond members are
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article
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67
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT L. DAVIDSON
JOHN L. COULSON
Several years ago we reported that Buck Ewing had at one time during his swashbuckling career been decorated by Chiang Kai-shek for extraordinary services to the Nationalist Chinese Government. Now we have a new hero - Gordie
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
Football fever is rising fast these days around Hanover and speculation about "going all the way" is both pleasant and easy. Writing of our chances for an undefeated season at this point, after six victories but with three
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN J. O'CONNOR JR.
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Perhaps the biggest frustration that a "reporter" can experience is to have a much thought-about headline go up in smoke. My heart sunk when I awoke early on Saturday, November 3, took a look out the window and realized that
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article
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69
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
Because of Dick Lippman's two outstanding class newsletters during October, which marked his return to active duty with a near-record performance after a prolonged silence, and which also scooped me on several items, this will
4719181_19621201_000127.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES M. DONOVAN
DONALD REICH
Our fall Hanover weekend is getting to be the event of the year. Wonderful weather, first-rate football, and special '43 spirit brought excellent attendance. Planning was most informal; result, everyone had a wonderful time.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
Don Hinkley, Managing Director of Procter & Gamble, Germany, flew back to Cincinnati on a surprise three-day visit to raid the home office of executive talent for his new company. The new German soap and detergent plant is now
4719181_19621201_000129.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ROBERT D. OLDFIELD JR.
Although my class news files are as sad as an empty stocking on Christmas morn, I am looking forward to this happy season with high hopes and expectations. And wasn't that a terrific Dartmouth football team? I saw the Harvard
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article
71
71
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
By the time you read this the Big Green will have completed what should have been a great football season. At this writing they've won six in a row by lopsided margins and have taken over mighty Holy Cross. Next comes three Ivy
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article
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71
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
The news is, this month, to say the least, appallingly scant; and the only conclusion one can come to is that the class of 1947 has become so set in their ways that they never add to their families, change jobs, or even beat
4719181_19621201_000132.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
ROBERT E. ARNOLD
I was looking forward to giving all of you a complete report on the activities of our Southern New England classmates after attending the Yale game last weekend. How ever, I'm afraid that my efforts to keep myself and John Jr.
4719181_19621201_000133.xml
article
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72
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
ALFRED A. WAGNER
As this is being written, '49s are packing their kits for the November 10 gala reunion with each other at the spiritual hub of the universe. As it will have been edited in Crosby Hall, '49s will have been congratulating
4719181_19621201_000134.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SCOTT c. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
Wah Hoo Wah for wassail! There are few days left for the perplexing task of selecting a yuletide antimacassar for Aunt Tillie which will outdo the Ming vase you gave her last year. Maybe you need to back away from that
4719181_19621201_000135.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL C. DILKS
THOMAS M. PORTER
Writing on the eve of an election day in a time of international uncertainty, for reading between Thanksgiving and Christmas, now is perhaps the most appropriate time to express some thoughts I've been nurTuring since returning
4719181_19621201_000136.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
I gotta say one thing. You guys came through with the cards. So many, in fact, I haven't had time to sort out all the pearls. So patience, please. If you're not in this month, try January or February.
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FREDERICK H. STEPHENS JR.
CHARLES B. BUCHANAN
A Red Letter Day in the life of Dick andEdie Blum was on October 13 when Peter Lawrence was born giving good reason to move into bigger quarters at 2918 Huntington Road in Cleveland. Our Reunion Chairman is a busy guy these days.
4719181_19621201_000138.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN G. CHRISTY
DAVID MANDELBAUM
It has been an exciting fall by any standards — whether one speaks of U.S. foreign policy and the neo-Monroe Doctrine, the Sino-Indian border, the Congressional elections, or the Big Green football team. Certain of these
4719181_19621201_000139.xml
article
76
76
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
W. HARTWELL PERRY JR.
Three 'sss set up their tepees in Hanover this fall. Jay Whitehair became assistant to the Dean of the College, Tom Byrne took over as business manager of the Hopkins Center, and Truman Brackett, following graduate work at Penn,
4719181_19621201_000140.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
STEWART SANDERS
JAMES L. FLYNN
Dartmouth football has been worth traveling a good distance for this fall. Among those in the '56 crowd at the Penn game in Hanover were Bob and Janet Castles and Bob MacKay. Bob and Janet drove up from Bellerose, N.Y. Bob is a
4719181_19621201_000141.xml
article
77
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CLARENCE D. KERR III
FRANK A. BRUNI
Dear Fellow Fifty-Sevens, on very short notice I found out that I would be leaving for Dallas and Corpus Christi, Texas. Please, therefore, excuse the shortness of this column and, next month, I will try to bring you up to date
4719181_19621201_000142.xml
article
78
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DAVID R. MOSS
GARY FINERTY
After just completing a move from St. Clair Shores, Mich., to Birmingham, Mich., time is short and so is the column.
4719181_19621201_000143.xml
article
78
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CRAIG B. HARLAN
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
With winter season coming on fast we should all be looking ahead to June and our reunion - "the '59's Fabulous sth." In addition to renewing acquaintances with our classmates, the class of 'SB and '57 will also be on hand, thus
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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ALEX MCGINNIS
JAMES M. POLLARD
Trusting that although it is a small column, there are those who read it, here is some of the latest on the men of '60 and also a few tidbits which managed to be overlooked earlier this year.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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ENS. JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
I just decided that I am in love with Christa Speck. If any of you playboys have a nodding acquaintance with this young lovely, please let your old dad know so that I can start being extraordinarily nice to you. Other than that
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
DAVID M. deWILDE
'Tis December and time for Season's Greetings and best wishes for the New Year to members of the Class from all of the officers and the members of the executive committee. Undergrads are celebrating the season of festivities in
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Article
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Russian Ballerina Stars in Photo Study
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It's a long entre chat from San Francisco to Moscow and back in someone else's ballet slippers, but ALBERT E. KAHN '34 did just that. And from this feat has come a published contribution to the Russian American cultural
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Luis Torroella '55 Executed by Castro
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News of the execution of Luis Torroella '55 by Fidel Castro reached the College two days after it occurred on October 31. We reprint here an editorial from The Washington Daily News of November 2, which fills in some of the
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CRUISE THE BAHAMAS
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REAL ESTATE
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Cambridge BEACHES
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C.C. HILLS Realtor
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Thayer School
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EDWARD S. BROWN JR. '34
At the annual dinner and meeting of the Dartmouth Society of Engineers in New York on October 16, a fine turnout of 43 alumni greeted Dean Myron Tribus, Des Canavan, and Neil Drobny '62, president of the student chapter. Those
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M' 27
The formal dedication of the Kellogg Medical Auditorium on December 1 should be over by the time you read this, and we hope we will have seen many of you here. Meanwhile, we have had two "trial runs" of the facilities. First, on
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Tuck School
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GEORGE DROWNE D' 33
The fall meeting of the Tuck Board of Overseers was held in Hanover on October 12.
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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 a later one.]
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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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THE DARTMOUTH Co. op
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