Issue: 19640501

Friday, May 1, 1964
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United Europe, the General and the Bomb
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
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Masthead
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Dartmouth ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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IN THIS ISSUE
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Manchester Federal Savings
Manchester Federal Savings
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LEAGUE OP N.H. ARTS & CRAFTS
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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A Poetic Chain Reaction
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HOVEY MEMORIAL EVENTS
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In honor of the 100th birthday of Dartmouth's "poet laureate," Richard Hovey '85, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Merrimack County will hold a special luncheon meeting on Wednesday, May 6, at the Highway Hotel in
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC TRADITION: A HISTORY
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HARRY N. SCHEIBER
By Arthur A.Ekirch Jr. '37. New York: The MacmillanCompany, 1963. 297 pp., notes and index.$5.95 (hardcover), $2.50 (paper).
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
WOMEN, WOMEN, EVERYWHERE.
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ADDISON L. WINSHIP II '42
ByGene Markey '18. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1964. 306 pp. $4.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE FRONTIER DOCTORS.
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
By WyattBlassingame and Richard Glendinning'40. New York: Franklin Watts, Inc.,1963. 150 pp. $2.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ALEXANDER POPE'S EPISTLES TO SEVERAL PERSONS (MORAL ESSAYS).
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JOHN HURD '21
Edited, with an introduction, byJames E. Wellington '48. Coral Gables:University of Miami Press, 1963. 178 pp.$2.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE LIFE SCIENCE LIBRARY BOOK OF MATHEMATICS.
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WILLIAM E. SLESNICK
By David H. Bergamini '49 and the Editors of LIFE. NewYork: Time, Inc., 1963. 200 pp.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
GUARDED BY WOMEN.
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JEFFREY HART '51
By Robert Pack'51. New York: Random House, 1963. 79pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
SHADOWS ON THE LAND — AN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY OF THE PHIL IPPINES.
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ALBERT S. CARLSON
By Robert E. Huke '48. Manila,the Philippines: The Bookmark, Inc.,1963. 428 pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
POLITICAL WRITERS OF THE EIGHT-EENTH-CENTURY.
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JOHN HURD '21
Edited, with an introduction, by Jeffrey Hart '51. NewYork: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. 374 pp. $3.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
A SOURCE BOOK IN CHINESE PHILOSOPHY.
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ROBERT J. POOR
By Wing-Tsit Chan. PrincetonUniversity Press, 1963. 856 pp. $10.00.
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A Salute to Hovey
A Salute to Hovey
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Richard Hovey '85 was born 100 years ago on May 4, 1864. Son of a Dartmouth father and father to poetry that sings of a place and a spirit that is uniquely Dartmouth, Hovey bequeathed to generations of Dartmouth's sons a legacy of
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Briefly Noted
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The most recent publication by Frederick C. Dyer (Tuck '48), Blueprint for Executive Success (Prentice-Hall, Inc.), consists of three 100-page plastic-covered volumes in a hard-cover case. It is a selection of the Business Leaders
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Alumni Articles
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Gregory L. Rabassa '44 is the author of "The Five Faces of Love in Jorge Amado's Bahian Novels," recently published in Brazil: Separata da Revista de Letras, Vol. IV, 1963, Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciéncias e Letras de Assis.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. John Zarker (Classics) is the author of "Catullus 18-20" in Transactions andProceedings of the American PhilologicalAssociation, Vol. 93 (1962), pp. 502-522
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Dartmouth Among Leaders in Foreign Service Officers
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A study by the U. S. Department of State to find out where its Foreign Service Officers were educated disclosed that ten colleges and universities, including Dartmouth in seventh place, stood out most prominently as suppliers
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MOTEL Chieftain LYME ROAD, HANOVER, N.H.
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SUMMER COTTAGES
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Macey-Fowler
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A New Strategy of Liberal Learning
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A MAJOR report, The College andWorld Affairs, now attracting wide attention in the educational world, has special Dartmouth interest because of the participation of President Dickey and Provost John W. Masland in the two-year
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED
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Dartmouth Helps San Francisco Honor Frost As Native Son
Dartmouth Helps San Francisco Honor Frost As Native Son
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THE late Robert Frost '96 has a special champion in the West in G. William Gahagan '35 who successfully led a campaign to create a permanent memorial to the poet in San Francisco, the poet's birthplace. Mr. Gahagan is executive
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NEW ENGLAND LIFE
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PRESS
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A BICENTENNIAL STAMP
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Philatelic Riches In Baker Library
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GARY L. ATKINS '67
To the scholar, the vast collection of old letters and manuscripts in Baker Library's archives can mean many things. To the ardent philatelist, however, it can mean only one thing - the possibility that rare treasure in stamps
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Chemical New York
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CAPITALIST
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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Two upcoming commencement ceremonies are of special interest to the Dartmouth community this year. The one of most interest, of course, will be Dartmouth's own on June 14 when Jean Lesage, Prime Minister of the Canadian
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THE COLLEGE
Peace Corps Returning
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The Peace Corps will once again be represented among the many summer programs planned on the Dartmouth campus this year, but it will be a Peace Corps program with a new wrinkle - and will be three times or more larger than
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THE COLLEGE
Staff Appointments
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Administrative changes at the College this past month saw a "to" dropped and "two" added. The former came about when Jay C. Whitehair '55 was promoted from Assistant to the Dean to Assistant Dean. Whitehair's "deaning" involves
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THE COLLEGE
Student Tutors for A.B.C.
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From 150 undergraduates who expressed an interest in being resident-tutors for Dartmouth's Project A.B.C. (for "A Better Chance"), a special screening committee selected eight for the summer posts. The student tutors will work
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THE COLLEGE
Alumni College Filled
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Some 212 sons and daughters of Dartmouth have (hopefully) said their goodbyes to Ben Casey, Perry Mason, Gil Favor, and the rest of their friends on the big gray eye and have plunged into their homework for the upcoming
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THE COLLEGE
Future Teacher Awards
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Woodrow Wilson National Fellowships for graduate study were won by ten seniors and one alumnus this spring. Two other seniors gained honorable mention.
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THE COLLEGE
Mt. Washington Summit Sold
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In an April 21 exchange, Dartmouth formally turned over to the political summit of the State of New Hampshire, Governor John W. King, the geographical summit of the state - 51.8 acres of land on the top of Mt. Washington.
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief ...
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LETTERS of acceptance for next fall's entering class were mailed April 15 to 1270 successful applicants — a number that will eventually shake down to the freshman class of approximately 800 men that the Admissions Office is
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D-DAY AT THE FAIR
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Dartmouth Day at the New York World's Fair will be celebrated on Saturday, May 23. With this as a magnet, a great many alumni with their families are expected to visit the Fair on that special day. The New England Pavilion
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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EDWARD F. HEALEY '18, elected to the Professional Football Hall of Fame.
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1964 Fund Doing Well
1964 Fund Doing Well
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Dartmouth's 50th Anniversary Alumni Fund Campaign, launched officially on April 1, was away to its strongest start in history. Totals on April 21 showed $650,000 received from 6500 contributors toward the goal of $1,500,000. These
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Results of Council Elections Announced
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THE election of six new members of the Dartmouth Alumni Council and reelection of six members now serving was announced last month by Sidney C. Hayward '26, secretary of the Council, to take effect on July 1, 1964. All were
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UNITED EUROPE, THE GENERAL AND THE BOMB
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HENRY W. EHRMANN,
PROFESSOR OF GOVERNMENT
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DARTMOUTH'S NO. 1 BANKER
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DERO A. SAUNDERS '35,
George Champion '26, Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, is also close to being the No. 1 U. S. banker, both in the size of the institution he heads and in his personal contributions to its special style of operation
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Strauss Gallery Dedicated
Strauss Gallery Dedicated
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THE Jacob H. Strauss '22 Memorial Gallery in the Hopkins Center, formerly known as the Intimate Gallery, was dedicated on Saturday afternoon, April 11.
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
Two Dartmouth Medical School faculty members have been chosen for Research Career Awards by the National Institutes of Health. Dr. George Margolis, Professor of Pathology, and Dr. Lawrence Kilham, Associate Professor of Micro-
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A Man of "Leisure"
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G. O'C.
lEISURE is the mother of discovery." This paraphrased maxim over the desk of Dr. Lawrence Kilham of the Dartmouth Medical School tells you much about the doctor's feelings toward research. It also may indicate why he was one
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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DAVE BOLDT '63
THREE Dartmouth students were the proud recipients of a four-day, all-expenses-paid stay in sunny St. Augustine, Florida, as the guests of that venerable city during the spring vacation. The three, Ned Greeley '65, Bill Jacoby
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New Sport: The Kayak Slalom
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D. B.
SLALOM racing used to end when the spring sunshine sent the snows flooding down the mountain rivers. That was back in the days when kayaks were just for Eskimos and only Navy "frogmen" used rubber wet suits. Now combining all
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15 Dartmouth Students Set Up Their Own "Peace Corps"
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MEXICO, if we are to believe travel folders, is a land too exciting, too beautiful to miss. Her Aztec lore, her matchless scenery, the ingenuous charm of her people, all these and more entice the most seasoned of tourists.
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Freshman English Takes to the Stage
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A. DAVID MANGELSDORFF '67
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE intended his plays to be performed on the stage, since any drama must be produced in order to come to life. In Professor John Finch's section of English II, twenty freshmen devoted the winter term to a
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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WEEKS of practice in the Leverone Field House coupled with hustle and determination have paid big dividends for three Dartmouth spring teams. Like conquering heroes, the baseball team returned from spring vacation with a 5-2
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
BASEBALL
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DAVE ORR '57
The baseball team, under the watchful eye of Coach Tony Lupien, practiced indoors and outdoors in early April, impatiently awaiting the resumption of the regular schedule. The 1964 squad has high hopes of putting together a
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
LACROSSE
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DAVE ORR '57
Coach Whitey Burnham's lacrosse team recorded a Dartmouth first when it upset powerful Baltimore 15-12 in double-over-time. It was the first Green victory over Baltimore, a team which was ranked eighth nationally in 1963.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
TRACK
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DAVE ORR '57
The Dartmouth track team opened its season on April 18 at Boston with a triangular meet with Boston University and Boston College. Prior to that unveiling, Coach Ellie Noyes, on looking over the team, predicted that the Indians
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
CREW
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DAVE ORR '57
Crew Coach Peter Gardner used the spring vacation to good advantage as he put together what he hopes will be a winning combination of three senior lettermen, two juniors, and a trio of sophomores.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
TENNIS
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DAVE ORR '57
The tennis team under new Coach Wayne Van Voorhees had a fine spring trip, winning six and losing three. Junior Tucky Mays is playing in the number-one position with Captain Ned Miller at two.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
GOLF
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DAVE ORR '57
The golf team would like nothing better than to match last year's 7-4 record or improve upon it. Its southern record, however, was three losses and one tie. The Indians lost to Old Dominion 7-5 and then tied the same team 6-6.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
RUGBY
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DAVE ORR '57
"Yanks Lose But Not Outclassed." This headline in a Glasgow paper serves as an apt summary of the Dartmouth rugby team's spring vacation tour to Germany and Scotland. The record was five lost, one tied, but even so the
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
GREEN JOTTINGS
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DAVE ORR '57
The winter sports season ended with the election of captains for basketball and hockey. Vic Mair of East Canton, Ohio, a 6-1 play-making guard, will lead the 1964-65 quintet. The hockey team chose as its captain, Jim Cooper of
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
SPORTS SCHEDULE
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DAVE ORR '57
BASEBALL - May 2, Princeton at Princeton; 6, Yale at New Haven; 9, Columbia; 12, Harvard; 15, Williams at Williamstown; 16, Army at West Point; 19, New Hampshire; 23, Cornell; 29, Amherst; 30, Vermont at Burlington; June 3,
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Charlotte, N. C.
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ROBERT H. PERKINS
This small, but loyal group was host to the Dartmouth Glee Club April 1, 1964. The Club was on their way to Richmond, Va., and stopped to sing for us. Queens College, an all-girls' school, graciously let us use their facilities
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St. Louis
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD W. DAUMIT '60
JAMES C. JONES III '38
Paul Zeller's musical group, also known as the Dartmouth Glee Club, invaded this Bicentennial neighborhood on March 25. Chief Bob Woodruff '37 and his righthand tomahawk-man Frank Curtis '36 and a select war council, specially
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Sarasota
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[no value]
[no value]
JAMES BONNYMAN JR. '38
On Monday, March 9, 1964, the Dartmouth Club of Sarasota held an evening meeting at which the Football Highlights of 1963 were shown, and Carl Durfee, Lieutenant of the New Hampshire State Police was guest speaker. President
4719181_19640501_000082.xml
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New Orleans
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[no value]
[no value]
BRUNSWICK G. DEUTSCH '35
A smallish but lively gang gathered at Delmonico's Restaurant on March 16 to welcome George H. Colton '35 from the hills of Hanover on his swing through the bayou country. George's vivid report of activities (both present and
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Paris
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[no value]
[no value]
JACQUES L. BRY '59
GEORGE B. BOSWELL '39
On 25 January, Bob and Tinky Lindell'50, and Ted and Ellen Steinert '56 were hosts for the Paris clan at a wonderful dinner given in Ted Steinert's house. The gathering was such a success that a couple jumped over from London in
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Hartford
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD A. WATSON '59
At this point in our Dartmouth year, there is very little remaining as future news, but we do have an abundance of past events to recap. Most recently of course was the Rugby match and a very successful, enjoyable "Dickey Day"
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Chicago
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HERBERT B. KNIGHT '51
JAMES S. BRANNEN '60
The winter calendar was very properly concluded with a resounding success when the Glee Club presented its concert at Hinsdale High School on March 24. A crowd of over 1400 filled the auditorium for the traditionally fine
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Westchester
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN '34
A happy crowd of nearly 600 members, guests, and offspring attended the Glee Club's concert at the White Plains High Auditorium on April 4, for the benefit of our Club's Scholarship Fund. Paul Zeller and the boys were in the
4719181_19640501_000087.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Hanover
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EARL C. WARD '38
The second annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club of the Hanover Area was held in Alumni Hall of the Hopkins Center on April 4. The meeting was preceded by a social hour and an excellent dinner. In addition to adopting a
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Philadelphia
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
The Dartmouth College Glee Club under the direction of Paul Zeller came to town on Friday, April 3, 1964. Approximately 400 enthusiastic alumni, family, and friends attended the performance at the Germantown Cricket Club.
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Fort Lauderdale
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
W. WALLACE MOUNTCASTLE '22
The Dartmouth Club of the Gold Coast hosted the annual dinner for alumni, their wives and friends, with able assistance from the Miami and Palm Beach Clubs. This annual affair is one of our more important functions, eagerly
4719181_19640501_000090.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Washington
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARLOW T. MUNSON '48
Over 180 alumni and their wives gathered to hear John Sloan Dickey at Washington's new Madison Hotel on March 2. The vigor of Dartmouth in political life was amply demonstrated by the bevy of Congressmen who attended, perhaps
4719181_19640501_000091.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
San Francisco
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM C. PIEPER JR. '61
What with no football movies, visitors from Hanover, or elections this month, Dartmouth affairs in the Bay Area settled into a more normal pattern. Wednesday noon tads a jovial group convened at the Iron Horse Restaurant for our
4719181_19640501_000092.xml
article
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41
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Denver
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DAVID J. STEPHENSON '46
Wednesday evening, March 4, 1964 was the annual meeting of the Dartmouth Association of the Great Divide. John Meek '33, vice-president and treasurer of Dartmouth College, was the honored guest. The meeting was preceded by a
4719181_19640501_000093.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Long Island
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LARRY SCHWARTZ '58
By this time we on Long Island realize that the traffic to the Fair is not as bad as our most pessimistic estimates and we also realize that the Fair is something not to be missed. In light of the above, the next piece of logic
4719181_19640501_000094.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Boston
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD BARNARD '30
On Wednesday, May 13, 1964 we are holding Dartmouth Night at the Pops. The Pops, a Boston tradition, is one of our major events of our year. We hope to see all of you there. We did see you at the big dinner in January and we
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article
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Cleveland
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN C. KLEIN '52
The college glee club was in town for an afternoon concert on Sunday, March 22. The Shaker High School auditorium was filled by a most enthusiastic audience of Dartmouth alumni, undergraduates, and friends, as this is certainly
4719181_19640501_000096.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
Warren Kendall's sudden going on March 13, less than six months after Helen went, leaves a great emptiness. But his life leaves a memory as well of rare fidelity to Class, College, and Country. Our attempt to tell that story
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT W. GOODHUE
I regret to report the death of Harry M.Jenkins. After a brief illness he passed away on March 19. A very beautiful but simple memorial service was held March 21 in the intimate Fuller Chapel of Second Church, West Newton, Mass.
4719181_19640501_000098.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1901
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
RICHARD WARD
Warren W. Heald brings us up to date. Cecil is in the directory as his wife. He writes they were married in 1908. In 1912 he married Lena Lansdown who died in December 1959. He is keeping house by himself in a small apartment
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43
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1902
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JULIUS A. BROWN
PROF. HERMON W. FARWELL
Once more we must record a break in the '02 family circle. Mrs. Alice Leavens Keniston, widow of Judge Davis Baker Keniston, died in Perkinsville, Vt., on March 11, 1964, almost exactly ten years after her husband. A graduate
4719181_19640501_000100.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALBERT E. SMITH
The Alumni Fund Campaign Staff was kind enough to process and mail a class Special Bulletin around March 25. I hope you read it and agree with me that the success of the 50th year Campaign is the job of every one of us. Your
4719181_19640501_000101.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
Your Secretary recently had one of the finest surprises and thrills — Sally called and said someone from Seattle, Wash., was calling me - lo and behold, it was our Classmate Hat Hardy calling all the way from Seattle to say
4719181_19640501_000102.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
Clara and "Camp" Campbell had a very enjoyable trip by air last winter to the Hawaiian Islands. They spent six weeks, including Christmas and New Years, with their daughter Jean and her husband John Tugman Jr. at Kaneohe on
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article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
A letter from Helen Beetle advises that she and Ralph had two daughters and a son. The older girl, Barbara, is a graduate of Wheaton College and Simmons School of Library Science. She is married to Edward G. Brown '34,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
G. W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
The 1964 Dartmouth Alumni Fund, now in its 50th year, had its official opening on April 1 and it is hoped that every living member of our class of 1907 will participate. The widows are doing an excellent job, as always.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
Christine Amidon reports that the Vernon Court Junior College at Newport, R. I., at which Cleveland is vice-president and dean of the faculty is an "all girls' school and today these are really something to handle, but the
4719181_19640501_000106.xml
article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
To The Fore in Sixty-Four
4719181_19640501_000107.xml
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46
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
"Sometimes, I think — then, again, I dunno." Recall that quote? If you took English 15 and 16, you must have heard "Clothespins" Richardson quote it many times. Of course, it's out-of-date now. Today the researchers dig up the
4719181_19640501_000108.xml
article
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46,47
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOSHUA B. CLARK
This month, this column is in commemoration of John Carleton Sterling who died in the hospital near his home in Delray Beach, Florida on March 24th.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWEILER
Last October Doc O'Connor spoke at the Tuskegee Conference on Disadvantage at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. Under the title "After Desegregation, What?" Doc emphasized the fact that equal opportunity requires genuine equality
4719181_19640501_000110.xml
article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
Walter Haley spent two weeks in the West Roxbury Hospital in January but is at home now at 12 Baste Terrace in Roslindale and able to write his usual interesting and humorous letters.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ELMER ROBINSON
WINTHROP J. SNOW
May was a pretty important month a few years ago for the following men. They were born then, so let's give a Wah-Hoo-Wah for: Files, Kingsford, Kinne, LeCount, MacAlister, MacKinnon, Main, Sleeper, Smith, Teachout, and Warren.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1915
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
Watching the Easter Parade here in New York, with its gorgeous finery peering out shiveringly from beneath furs and capes, suggests a possible answer to, the exodus of '15ers from the wintry blasts of these northern climes. At
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article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
JOSEPH D. NEWMARK
FRANCIS STIRLING WILSON Commander United States Navy, Retired 1892-1964
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50
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
JOHN W. SALADINE
A card recently received from Don andMarion O'Leary and presumably written while they were passengers aboard the S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, said briefly, "On our way to St. Thomas, V.I., Curacao, Barbados, Martinique and Bermuda."
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1918
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
SEWALL C. STROUT
JUNE 15 - 46th REUNION — UP
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51
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Ken Huntington reports on the monthly luncheon in March of the metropolitan '19ers at the Dartmouth Club in New York. Chet Demond, Dick Dudensing, Hal Parsons, Nick Sandoe, Lou Munro, Ray Legg, and Ken were on hand a pleasant
4719181_19640501_000117.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES F. MCGOUGHRAN
JOHN s. MAYER
The calendar mailed out to all the faithful, entitled Dartmouth Days 1964, by the Alumni Fund is a pictorial extravaganza. January is represented by Paul Sample's lovely painting "January Landscape." Look to your copy - it's
4719181_19640501_000118.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN HURD
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
Bishop Charlie and Dorothy Gilson escaped serious injury and perhaps death on Taiwan in January. They were reading after dinner in an old Japanese house. Suddenly it blacked out and rocked violently back and forth. Dorothy
4719181_19640501_000119.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
Dr. Egon Kattwinkel's death in March sadly shocked Boston classmates. His distinguished career is reported more fully in In Memoriam in this or a subsequent issue.
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54
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHESLEY T. BIXBY
LOUIS v. WILCOX
John E. Moore, our newly elected president, has an interesting page in the famous '23 Scrap Book. In January '29, we read "John is still holding to the state of single blessedness." In March '36, "he has not been seen
4719181_19640501_000121.xml
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
Long before you read these notes, many of you will have received your membership in the "Ancient and Honorable Society of Latter Day Letter Men of Dartmouth College" - you and almost 14,000 were in on the largest mass letter
4719181_19640501_000122.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN B. PEASE
LAURENCE G. LEAVITT
Larry Leavitt, apparently with a view toward storing up the energy necessary to efficiently perform his function as head agent during the Alumni Fund drive, departed the middle of March with Dottie for a three weeks' vacation
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56
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH W. WEEKS
HERMAN J. TREFETHEN
There is usually a lapse of about 40 days between the date of writing class notes and your receipt of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Hence it is difficult for me to provide last minute progress reports on the Golden Anniversary Alumni
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROGER M. BURY
ROBERT N. STEVENS
A mystery as to the San Francisco-Los-Angeles shuffling over recent months of "Brugy" Bruguiere has been solved by a recent letter from him. "Brugy,' for 10 years, was editor of Western Advertising Magazine and a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
HOWARD S. BUSH
The Class has lost two loyal members: — Fran Young, a Boston attorney, died January 9 at his home in Wellesley Hills, Mass., of cancer of the throat. Bob Word, assistant Attorney General of Montana and one of the state's most
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE B. REDDING
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Our illustrious John Sloan Dickey is on the move again. This time it is to Japan where he is serving as chairman of an American delegation to the second Dartmouth Conference" on Japanese-American Relations. The conference is
4719181_19640501_000127.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WALLACE BLAKEY
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
Thirtymen in the New York area: watch for word from Red Gould of plans for a class dinner later this month, probably on Friday, May 22, the evening before Dartmouth Day at the New York World's Fair. We hope you will try to make
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article
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59
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
H. SHERWOOD GUERNSEY
As I write these notes it is Easter morning and as New England weather goes it is a very "clousey" day which, of course, will spoil the parading of many people who have waited patiently to show off their new spring finery. Be
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JILDO E. CAPPIO
ALBERT C. BONCUTTER
Bob Ackerberg sends some good and kind words that I would like to use as guidelines: "I like all kinds of news and views, personal items, biography, light comedy, solemn stuff, and some lying and bragging. I presume that none of
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JUDSON T. PIERSON
SIDNEY STONEMAN
Congratulations are in order for GeorgeFarrand, a newly elected member of the Alumni Council. George joins Page Worthington, president of the Council, and SidStoneman on this most important alumni body.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST L. BARCELLA
ROBERT M. WILLIAMSON
THE CUSTOMERS (ALMOST)ALWAYS WRITE:
4719181_19640501_000132.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
J. HARRIS LATIMER
This column has been delayed by a number of circumstances, the most recent being the descent upon our normally hectic household of six Vassar alumnae of Mary McCarthy vintage, complete with husbands who are otherwise quite
4719181_19640501_000133.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
BARRY C. SULLIVAN
GILBERT BALKAM
Our congratulations on their marriage go to the former Miss Kazuka Tatsumura and Raphael Hillyer who were wed recently in New York City.
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63
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM B. ROTCH
JEROME H. LOW
In New London, N. H., of Colby Junior College fame, Don Sieburg and his wife Doris have purchased the former College Inn and will operate it as the Sun-Dart Motor Lodge. The Sieburgs came to New London in 1949, where Don became
4719181_19640501_000135.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN H. EMERSON
WRIGHT MALLORY
In the course of chaperoning one professor, Allen R. Foley '20 to a speaking engagement in Providence, this respondent had the good fortune to dine with Providence's prominent obstetrician, Henry McDuff and wife, Charlotte.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT L. DAVIDSON
LOUIS T. MERRIAM JR.
In about a month from now an estimated one-third of our class will pile their wives and kiddies into rusty old station wagons, point their noses toward the TENT and prepare to slurp up three or four days of the greatest
4719181_19640501_000137.xml
article
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
ROBERT H. LAKE
Spring is taking a long time to come to Hanover this year - except for those lucky ones who have found spring in the South. When one compares the pale faces of those of us who are mired in the schlump season with the golden tans
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK W. HALL
EDWARD A. LARNER JR.
I have just spent a good deal of time going over the very thorough instruction sheet for class secretaries and I am sure that this first column after eight years of loafing will require some pretty professional proofreading on
4719181_19640501_000139.xml
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66
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE K. HINKLEY
WARREN G. KRETER
Aren't we fortunate in having the services of such a talented Newsletter Editor as DickLippman? Here are the letters he mentioned in his recent outstanding edition. Many thanks to him and to the authors.
4719181_19640501_000140.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES M. DONOVAN
GEORGE B. MUNROE
Park Forest Star's headlines "Rich GOP Women To Hear Candidates" read like Democrat propaganda, but the Rich referred to nearby Rich Township. One candidate was John H. Altorfer featured in this "Coffee with the Candidates"
4719181_19640501_000141.xml
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67
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT A. MILLER
PHILIP E. PENBERTHY
A few months ago I reported to you of the great success Joe Garry had made of his Roaring Brook Dude Ranch at Lake George. I've just had word from Bob Colwell that Joe recently suffered a serious fire which wiped out his bar,
4719181_19640501_000142.xml
article
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67,68
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ELIOT S. MOVER
Only one month to go before we see you in Hanover for the terrific twentieth reunion. Hope your plans are made, but even if you have not definitely committed yourselves at this time, there's a spot for you. The weather bureau
4719181_19640501_000143.xml
article
68
68
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANCIS T. ADAMS JR.
"Spring has sprung" in Hanover, but with it came two or three minor and completely aggravating snow storms. This area likes to hang on to its snow and ice as long as possible and then make it impossible to walk the streets and
4719181_19640501_000144.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN E. FULLER
TOWNES M. HARRIS JR.
A delightful memento was received the other day in the form of a certificate with a little green felt "D" stating that the addressee had been appointed a Latter Day Letterman as an award for ten consecutive or fifteen non
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
ROBERT C. TRACY
Just before leaving for a short vacation with the family in sunny Florida, I was walking through the lobby of the Plaza Hotel here in New York and who should I bump into but Sonny Drury, here on a quick trip for Gulf Oil prior
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
RICHARD W. BANFIELD
The big news is that the 15th Reunion is June 17-20, 1965, and that Paul Woodberry is the Reunion Chairman. He is already hatching plans. Any suggestions, write Paul at W. R. Grace Company, 62 Whittemore Ave., Cambridge 40, Mass.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
JOHN L. DWYER
The merry merry month of May reminds us of those gleeful moments on the steps of Dartmouth Hall when gray flanneled, white shirted yodelers compete for honors in the hum. Sort of a Mitch Miller without audience participation.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
JOHN C. HATCH
CHARLES H. HOOD 2ND 20 Windmill Lane, Arlington 74, Mass.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
JOHN C. KLEIN
This is the next to last chance I'll have to get a crack in at you guys about the Alumni Fund. I wish I could inspire you all to give something and beyond that inspire you to give a little more than you think you need to. We're
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
EDWARD M. CONDIT JR.
We always know when spring is here because our mail box starts to fill up with material from the Alumni Fund. This year is no exception and once again we are in the midst of another campaign. As most of you know this is the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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WILLIAM H. WHITE
JOHN J. FELDMAN
Here we are rounding the clubhouse turn and heading down the homestretch toward the finish line - our "tremendous tenth." Let's hope that by now all those who answered "probably" coming back to the reunion questionnaire are
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
SWIFT LAWRENCE
A number of our military men have been on the move. Lt. Tom Fleming, a Navy flier, completed a tour in Italy and is now instructing cadets at the Naval Training Station at New Iberia, La. He, Carol and their two daughters are
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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STEWART SANDERS
LEONARD J. CLARK JR.
Ab Oakes had a hero's welcome at the Class Meeting in New York, April 4. It appears that Ab is the youngest hockey coach in the nation, and he has built a team that ought to do well again next year. Ab and Cindy are living at 2
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
JOSIAH STEVENSON
Last month marked the beginning of that annual three-month period when the Class of '57 can do its share for the all-important Fund. You'll be hearing about this from JoeStevenson whose loyal group of agents are now making the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
HERB SWARZMAN
News has been received recently that the size of the '58 family has been increased by four. Leading contributors to the population explosion are Nancy and Bob Meyerson, who, on March 16, became parents of twin boys, Adam and
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
JAMES W. WOOSTER
These notes will be brief and turned in for printing considerably past the April 5 deadline. It is so for a selfish and pleasant reason, however. A new little man, Timothy Curtis Jaeger, arrived two weeks early on March 26 and
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
WILLIAM G. BA.TT
News this month comes from all over the country as many of us start to settle down in some state of permanency after years in the service or at grad school.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
H. MICHAEL HECHT
About the most important thing I can offer this month is the United Voice of the College, the Class, and the Class Agents encouraging you to give to this year's fund drive. This year's drive seems to be going well, certainly
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
JEROME H. BENTLEY 3RD
There can be no doubts that 1962 has some very special problems during Alumni Fund Drive time which the older classes do not have. What with 74% of us having gone on to graduate work and a number of others in the service, it is
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1963
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PETER M. STERN
WILLIAM L. RUSSELL 3RD
The releases, data, and information bul- letins are beginning to come in steadily from the Alumni Fund Office in Hanover. By now each of you should have been contacted by your Class Agent in the area. Bill Russell, Head Agent as
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Article
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI AWARD
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In recognition of his professional and civic achievements and long years of devoted service to the College, John B. Faegre '33 (r) of Minneapolis was presented a Dartmouth Alumni Award at the annual dinner of the Dartmouth
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
Final notice in this column of the May 30 meeting of the Nathan Smith Medical Society! The program: nationally and internationally known speakers on basic and clinical sciences; social events with enough time for reunions;
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
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GEORGE DROWNE '33
Mr. Hennessey spoke on "The Management of Poor Performance" at the 13th Annual Institute for Maine Industry, Colby College, March 28.
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
While Professors George Taylor, BobDean and Russ Stearns continue on leave through the spring term, Adjunct Professor Jim Browning, who has been on inactive status for some time, has returned to active duty for the term and finds
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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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