Issue: 19640601

Monday, June 1, 1964
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In This Issue: Eleven Professors Retire . . . The Big Ferment in Engineering Education . . . Sports for the Multitude
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THE HANOVE INN
THE HANOVE INN
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDIOR
LETTERS TO THE EDIOR
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The Original Alumni Fund
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The Colony
The Colony
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED
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Masthead
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Dartmouth MAGAZINE
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Table of Contents
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IN THIS ISSUE
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ALL THE BEST IN JAPAN AND THE ORIENT INCLUDING HONG KONG, MACAO, TAIWAN AND THE PHILIPPINES.
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DONALD BARTLETT '24
By Sydney Clark '12. NewYork: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1964. 401 pp.$5.95.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE QUARRY.
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ROBERTS W. FRENCH '56
By Richard Eberhart '26.New York: Oxford University Press, 1964.114 pp. $4.75.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
JOHN LEDYARD'S JOURNAL OF CAPTAIN COOK'S LAST VOYAGE.
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W. RANDALL WATERMAN
Editedby James Kenneth Munford. With an Introduction by Sinclair H. Hitchings '54.Corvallis, Oregon: The Oregon State University Press, 1963. xlix, 264 pp. $6.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE CUBAN CRISIS OF 1962: SELECTED DOCUMENTS AND CHRONOLOGY.
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KALMAN H. SILVERT
Edited by David L. Larson '52. Boston:Houghton Mifflin Co., 1963. $2.75.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ON COPIA OF WORDS AND IDEAS.
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JOHN W. ZARKER
Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam. Translated by Donald B. King '35 and H. DavidRix. Milwaukee: Marquette UniversityPress, 1963. 111 pp.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE PUERTO RICO PROBLEM.
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FRANK SAFFORD
By Edward B. Lockett '28. New York, Exposition Press, 1964. 196 pp. $4.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
IF A HEART RINGS ANSWER.
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RICHARD G. JAEGER '59
By Russell M. Mead Jr. '56. New York: E.P.Dutton and Co., 1964. 186 pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
L.P. HARTLEY.
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CHAUNCEY C. LOOMIS JR.
By Peter Bien. University Park. Penna.: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1963. 288 pp. $7.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE WAY OF LAO TZU.
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T.S.K. SCOTT-CRAIG
Translated, withIntroductory Essays, Comments, andNotes. By Wing-tsit Chan. Indianapolis:Library of Liberal Arts, 1963. 285 pp.$1.75.
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Briefly Noted
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Edward W. Roessler '25 was one of three co-editors in the publication of The Mendhams, published by the Mayor's Tercentenary Committee (Martha G. Hoplar, Edward W. Roessler, Wallace G. West) under the sponsorship of the
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Alumni Articles
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"After Desegregation, What?" by Basil O'Connor '12, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Tuskegee Institute, a speech by Mr. O'Connor delivered at the Tuskegee Conference on Disadvantage, October 26, 1963, has been printed in
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Academic Delegates
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At recent academic ceremonies Dartmouth has been represented by:
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PINK BEACH
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OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
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Rogues gallery
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COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
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IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS Spalding Inn
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See During Reunion
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DIFFERENT PEOPLE!
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A Mission for Civil Rights
A Mission for Civil Rights
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IN Farmville, Virginia, last fall, Negro students returned to school after being denied the right to public education for four years. In order to avoid integration, Prince Edward County in 1959 closed down its twenty public
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TOWN AND GOWN
ON RETIREMENT
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
In these days when retirement is a generally accepted fact of life in our economic order and when earlier retirements seem to be increasingly in the picture, the whole problem bulks large in our thinking, and particularly of
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Superintendent of Schools
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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JOHN SLOAN DICKEY would be the first to admit that a college president who opens an academic year by alerting his community to be prepared and responsive to change stands a good chance nine months later of being declared a
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THE COLLEGE
Commencement and Reunions
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BEFORE that summer arrives, Dartmouth will wind up this academic year with the pomp and ceremony of its 195 th Commencement on Sunday morning, June 14. The Class of 1964, which entered college 799 strong, will provide all
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THE COLLEGE
Staff Appointments
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Two recent graduates of the College have been added to the staffs of the Admissions Office and Freshman Office, and two present staff members will assume new responsibilities in the fall.
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THE COLLEGE
Bequests Provide $328,287
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Two major bequests totaling $328,287 have recently been received by the College. One, amounting to $200,000, has come in from the estate of Albert L. Emerson '23 of Warrensburg, N. Y., and the other, amounting to $128,287, from
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief . . .
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A SYMPOSIUM on "Philosophy: East and West" was held at the College on May 22-23 as the culmination of a faculty seminar on Eastern Philosophic Thought conducted by the Comparative Studies Center during the winter and spring
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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WALDO B. POTTER '20, recipient of the first Chairman's Award from the Advertising Council of Rochester, N. Y., upon his retirement as Vice President and Director of Advertising of Eastman Kodak.
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PRESIDENT and Mrs.
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PRESIDENT and Mrs. Dickey during their visit to Japan in late March and early April had a nine-day stay in Kurashiki, where the second Dartmouth Conference on Japanese-American Relations was held under the joint sponsorship of
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Fund Holding Its Hot Pace
Fund Holding Its Hot Pace
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Dartmouth's 1964 Alumni Fund, pressing on toward its 50th anniversary goal of $1,500,000 by June 30, was close to the million-dollar mark in late May. Totals on May 25 were $935,208 from 11,933 contributors - a gain of $206,941 in
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A Teacher's Real Reward
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Former Students Have Last Word in Tribute To Eleven Retiring from the Faculty in 1964
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
PROF. JOHN H. WOLFENDEN of the Chemistry Department is one of three chemists selected for the 1964 College Chemistry Teacher Awards given by the Manufacturing Chemists' Association. He will receive a medal, a citation, and a
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The Big Ferment in Engineering Education
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DAVID ALLISON,
Associate Editor, International Science and Technology
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Dean Tribus Comments—
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—MYRON TRIBUS
Two points need to be made with respect to the ferment in engineering education which is to be found on most of the campuses where engineering is being taught and which is reported in Dave Allison's fine article.
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War Memorial Dedicated
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IN one of the special events of the Class Officers Weekend, the War Memorial Garden Court of Hopkins Center was formally dedicated on the afternoon of May 2. A large granite plaque bearing the names of the 322 Dartmouth men
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Class Officers Weekend
Class Officers Weekend
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ONE of the infallible signs of spring in Hanover is the annual return of the class officers to the campus in May. This year some 250 officers - chairmen, secretaries, treasurers, class agents, bequest chairmen, newsletter
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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DAVE BOLDT '63
THE grass-green days of spring are here, the enlarged strike zone in its second season, and each afternoon the "thwock" of horsehide on hickory resounds across the green. If you're a senior and can spare the time from the
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Sports for the Multitude
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LARRY GEIGER '66
WHEN spring appears at last on the Hanover Plain, such popular sun spots as Butterfield Beach and Topliff Terrace resemble Jones Beach on a July weekend. Bright, balmy days and a rich green setting would seem to inspire
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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IN THE COURSE of one balmy day - May 9 - the whole complexion of the spring season changed. On that fateful day the Dartmouth baseball team found its role as title contender suddenly shifted as the sharp cracks of Columbia
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
BASEBALL
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DAVE ORR '57
The Indian nine took up where it left off in the south, winning five out of seven April and early May contests, but since May 9 things having been going against the Green. Dartmouth opened the northern part of its schedule with
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
LACROSSE
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DAVE ORR '57
The Ivy League lacrosse race is a showers-and-flowers re-run of last fall's football competition - at least we hope it goes all the way to the same happy ending. Dartmouth was still very much in the championship picture until it
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
GOLF
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DAVE ORR '57
While some teams have been experiencing mid-season slumps, the golf team is just hitting its stride. As this column is written, Coach Tommy Keane's men are riding the crest of a four-match winning streak. Boston College was
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
CREW
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DAVE ORR '57
Both of the Dartmouth crews have had their share of tough races this season. Thus far the lightweights have the only victory, a 2000-meter-course win over Rutgers, with the Indians posting a time of 6:11.8.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
TRACK
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DAVE ORR '57
The spring season has also been a heartbreaker for the Dartmouth track team. Far from strong to begin with, injuries have weakened the team even more. As a result three straight opponents have registered over 100 points.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
TENNIS
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DAVE ORR '57
The tennis team after a fine start in the south has been cooled off and now stands 9-9. Among the losses since our last report are five straight against Ivy competition. Princeton and Harvard shut out the Green 9-0. Yale
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
GREEN JOTTINGS
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DAVE ORR '57
More captains for the 1964-65 winter season have been named. Heading the list of those recently announced was Dick Durrance of Aspen, Colo., who will lead next year's Indian ski team. He is the son of the Dartmouth skiing star
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Five Seniors Receive Fulbright Scholarships
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FIVE Dartmouth College seniors have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships for study abroad in 1964-65.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Houston
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WILLIAM B. HEAD JR. '27
On Sunday evening, April 19, 1964, the Dartmouth Club of Houston held its annual meeting at the Hotel America. Jim Lain '42 and his lovely wife acted as host and hostess. Some 45 alumni, wives, students, parents, and friends
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Plainfield
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RICHARD C. GRIGGS '60
On May 15 our club wound up a very successful year with its annual dinner at the Washington House, Watchung, N. J. The success of the club this year is due to the variety of its programs and to the men who developed them.
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Hawaii
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JOHN W. MULLEN '54
President Dickey met with thirty Hawaii alumni on April 12 at the Outrigger Canoe Club. Mr. Dickey was on his way back to the mainland from a two-weeks' trip to Japan. The group was happy to have the opportunity to hear the
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
San Francisco
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WILLIAM C. PIEPER JR. '61
The month past saw the visit of JohnMyers '23 to our Wednesday luncheons at San Francisco's Iron Horse Restaurant. Also putting in an appearance was Rod Snow '59 who will be leaving the Bay Area shortly to serve as a flight surgeon
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Paris
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JACQUES L. BRY '59
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Button '36 were the gracious hosts of our last dinner-meeting held Saturday, April 4, in their beautiful home, rue Weber. The dinner was a gourmet's delight as usual when Decima Button and Helen Moore are
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Providence
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
With Bob Zeiser '49 continuing to run the show, the Dartmouth Club of Providence had an active year. We are proud of the fact that last fall at the meeting of the club officers in Hanover Bob was elected Club President of the
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Pittsburgh
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FOSTER L. ABORN '56
RUSSELL M. SMITH '56
George H. Colton '35, director of development at Dartmouth, was the guest speaker at the annual dinner held at the Pittsburgh Golf Club in late March. Mr. Colton provided the alumni, their wives and guests, with an
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New Orleans
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BRUNSWICK G. DEUTSCH '35
The Swedish Room of world-famed international House served as a fitting setting for the monthly luncheon meeting of the Club. Such meetings are to be held on the third Thursday of every month (the mid-summer months excepted) at
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Phoenix
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WILLIAM E. MILLER '51
MIKE TOMPKINS '57
Rugged, beautiful Camelback Mountain was the scene of the Phoenix Club's spring meeting. Barbecued steaks and pinto beans were served in traditionally Western style, while members and guests were serenaded by a local cowpoke.
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St. Petersburg
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ROBERT D. ATWOOD '42
Over fifty Dartmouth alumni, their wives and friends of the College, met Friday, April 17 at Toffenetti Hotel for our annual luncheon meeting. Classes represented ranged from 1901 to 1963, emphasizing again the continuing
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South Dartmouth
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C. GARDNER AKIN JR. '23
GARY EARLE '50
The annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Southeastern Massachusetts was held April 14 at the Cotillion Room in Taunton with 31 Indians present who braved the worst rainstorm of the year. The meeting opened with a moment's
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Minneapolis
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JOHN S. DONNELLY '57
GARY GILSON '57
Notes on alumni, alumni-to-be and undergraduates-to-be: The Alumni Council honored John Faegre '33 at our annual meeting for his service to the College. Our guest was Coach Blackman, whose presence was exploited for more than
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Philadelphia
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DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
We neglected to include the name of JimTindle '36 in the list of patrons for the Glee Club Concert, in last month's issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Since Jim is one of our hardest working alumni in the area, we wish to include his
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Tokyo
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[no value]
WILLIAM T. BREER '57
The dinner meeting for President and Mrs. Dickey on April 9 was a resounding success with some sixty alumni, their wives, and guests turning out at International House - the largest alumni group ever gathered in Japan. President
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Cleveland
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[no value]
FRED R. HARRELL '53
An enthusiastic crowd of Cleveland-area alumni and wives met at the Cleveland Skating Club on April 22 for the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Cleveland. Shepherded to success by chairman Dan Carroll '47,
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Baltimore
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[no value]
[no value]
F. SCOTT COREY '57
The regular monthly luncheon meeting on May 11 was largely devoted to the planning of our first "picnic." This will be for alumni and their wives, fiancees, girl friends, etc., on June 27 at the Page Worthingtons ('33) - 1215
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Hartford
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD A. WATSON '59
Although our year of organized activities is at an end, it by no means faded away into the summer, but rather went out with much noise and a flurry of activity. The highlight of the entire year came along with the persons of
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
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[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH BEAL
By this time you will have received your invitation to the 65th REUNION, June 12, 13, 14. So here's our cordial "Hope to see you there!"
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
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[no value]
EVERETT W. GOODHUE
"Cut" Tirrell has found it desirable to give up his home at Pointe Claire with all its responsibilities of large house and gardens, and go to live with his daughter's family. His address is c/o Mrs. A. S. Hicks, 120
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1901
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
RICHARD WARD
Your Secretary sent cards requesting news to ten men and twenty widows. Daisy, widow of Judge Daniel P. Trade, gets the prize for being the first to answer. She is interested in civic affairs, church work, music, and charities.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1902
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[no value]
[no value]
JULIUS A. BROWN
HERMON W. FARWELL
As "retirement" creeps up on more and more of us the question of occupation for leisure time becomes more and more pressing and the answers are more and more varied. But I doubt if there is a more original one in the class than
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
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[no value]
[no value]
ALBERT E. SMITH
Here's the ex-Sec pinch-hitting for "Ag." A real thrill when he asked me to do the June Notes. Hardly know how to begin or end. Like when I first took over the job some time back. Shouldn't expect even a bit of so-called "news"
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
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[no value]
[no value]
HARRY B. JOHNSON
CHARLES I. LAMPEE
When you read these notes, classmates who have been able to attend our reunion will be in session in Hanover, June 12-14. Your Secretary will be staying at the Hanover Inn where you may send any messages and greetings to the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
Along with the robins and blue birds, our Florida contingent is back in their winter abodes in New England. Besides C.C. Hills and Fred Chase, whose return we noted last month, Charlie and Ruth Good-rich and Roger and Jane
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
The Merrimack County Bar Association on April 9 honored Herbert Rainie for "his distinguished service to the profession" at a dinner in Concord, N. H. Bert says he retired some years ago but his picture in the newspaper looked
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
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[no value]
[no value]
G.W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
This issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE will arrive just previous to our informal reunion which will take place on Commencement weekend, June 12, 13, 14 and we will be assigned to Hitchcock dormitory. Time is running out on us all, we
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
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[no value]
[no value]
SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
New addresses: Miles C. Gardner, 234 San Rondoe, Webster, N. Y. 14580; Ralph S. Pease, 127 Main Street, Medway, Mass. 02053.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
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[no value]
[no value]
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
YOURS FOR OVER THE QUOTA
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
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[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
Not all the awards for service to the College are made in Hanover. Word has come telling us that, to repeat the headlines, "Area Dartmouth Alumni Honor Kent for 50 Years' Service to Alma Mater." And just in case you do not ken
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
JOSHUA B. CLARK
The calendar says spring is here, the weather prognosticators say it is coming but as you look about, you doubt if either is correct. Yet, for one who has not seen Hanover for nearly six months there are welcome signs
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
Charles (Bud) Fisher who celebrated his 75th birthday not long ago says that "about the only recollection that stands out in my two years at Hanover is the South Fayerweather fire." He roomed on the south side of Middle
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
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[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
WILLIAM B. TERRY
More information comes about Joe andHazel Cheney's 50th wedding anniversary celebration on Easter Sunday in St. Petersburg, Fla. Clarence Meleney, Joe's best man, flew down to be there and Hazel's maid of honor, Verna Gray, also
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
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[no value]
[no value]
ELMER ROBINSON
WINTHROP J. SNOW
The following men will please meet in front of the Hanover Inn any reunion day between 5 and 5:30 a.m. and assume the right angle and position for the June Birthday Wallop: Breslin, Buckley, Cook, Fahey, Fairfield, French,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1915
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[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
The advent of the World's Fair, and the traffic turmoil attendant thereto, brings to mind a recent query from some bemused citizen - to wit: "We have drive-in churches, drive-in banks, drive-in theatres, drive-in restaurants.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
JOSEPH D. NEWMARK
John Alden Pelletier
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
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[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
JOHN W. SALANDINE
The '17 family has suffered further losses during the past month. Wendell Drury passed away suddenly on April 9, at Amherst, Mass. He was a resident of Leverett, Mass. Then on April 28, Bob Adams of Rio Vista, St. Michaels,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
THOMAS B.R. BRYANT
FORTY-SIXTH REUNION - IT IS HERE!
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Other winter travelers were Jim and PollyWilson. A card from the Wilsons from TelAviv states that they had been "pursuing their ancient history — Egypt, the Pyramids, Aswan. Twice we were with the Rog Clarks - they were traveling a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES F. MCGOUGHRAN
JHON S. MAYER
"June is bustin' out all over" in the words of that good old hit-parade song. It seems a bit strange to be writing this column for the June issue when, hopefully, most all the class will be on hand at the reunion.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN HURD
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
Hal and Doris Braman will never forget April 9, 1964, the date of the commissioning of the "Daniel Webster" submarine of which their son-in-law, Cdr. Lloyd S. Smith, USN, is Commanding Officer of the Gold Crew. (The ship has two
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
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[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
Secretary, 46 Myrtle St. West Newton 65, Mass.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
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[no value]
[no value]
CHESLEY T. BIXBY
Louis v. WILCOX
Charlie Rivoire is chairman of the committee planning a 1923 cocktail party at the Dartmouth Club, Hotel Commodore from 5:30 to 7 P.M., Thursday, May 21. It is the consensus of the opinions of this committee that many '23
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
The annual Class Officer meetings are just behind us; they are always very special even though they come at about the busiest time for me. We missed the Pete Wheatleys, with a "conflict of interest" priority, but the Phil Vail
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
LAURENCE G. LEAVITT
At this stage of our careers we must enure ourselves to inevitable attrition through natural causes. But when it does occur it invariably comes as a shock - particularly when it involves such a beloved and respected character
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
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KENNETH W. WEEKS
HERMAN J. TREFETHEN
Our congratulations to Per Edwin "Pete"Johnson upon his recent promotion to Associate Controller of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company with which company he has been associated ever since his graduation from Thayer School in 1927.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
ROBERT N. STEVENS
"The '27 dnnr in NY in Aprl ws a big smshroo - sin 35-40 showd (c list in SPEAK) 2 hear our own Sykes Hrdy frm Chi. Sykes let sm of his hair dwn, on how Ryerson sells steel, whch is probly why Marsh McGough came in frm Wshngtn
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
HOWARD S. BUSH
Art Gow has been elected chairman of the board of the Seamless Rubber Co., New Haven. Art has been with the company 34 years and its president for 10 years. His hobbies are his family (5 grandchildren) and his home on Long
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
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GEORGE B. REDDING
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
The class officers gathered in Hanover the weekend of May 1 for panel discussions and reports. Present from our Class were Jack Blair, chairman; Fred Ingram, treasurer; Ed Chinlund, class agent; Jack Gunther, bequest chairman;
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
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WALLACE BLAKEY
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
Hanover turned on some really good weather for Class Officers' weekend, a welcome relief from the cold wet days we had been having along the Eastern seaboard. There was a full program of events, with a series of messages
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
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WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
H. SHERWOOD GUERNSEY
This column represents the June issue and also concludes four years that I have written the class news. It's probably corny to say that it can't be four years, but it just so happens that it is a fact - and that fact is borne
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
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JILDO E. CAPPIO
ALBERT C. BONCUTIER
Suddenly this is the last '32 column daring this publication (school) year, my first. Next year I hope to be in a better position to regularize direct contacts with each of you in order to elicit more news. Different opinions
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
SIDNEY STONEMAN
When I wrote my May notes I was not sure when John Faegre was to be given the Dartmouth Alumni award, although I did know that it was coming. Had I known it would appear in the May issue, I would have commented — as I now do -
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
ROBERT M. WILLIAMSON
And so ends the first year of the Class of 1934's present administration. It has been a fast year since that "early 30th" reunion last June (and nothing seemed to come faster than the monthly deadlines for this column). The game
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
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WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
J. HARRIS LATIMER
Your secretary, along with Bankart, TomWilson, Bus Latimer, and our expatriated chairman, Bobb Chaney, complete in each case with wife, descended on Hanover last weekend for the annual college meeting of class officers. The
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
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BARRY C. SULLIVAN
GILBERT BALKAM
Little theater productions have highlighted the lives of two of our class families. JackSmith, president of the Dartmouth Club of Southern Connecticut, brought down the house at the scholarship benefit and the following night wife,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
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WILLIAM B. ROTCH
JEROME H. LOW
Fran Fenn and your secretary represented the class at the Class Officers meeting in Hanover the first weekend in May, and a magnificent weekend it was, with blue skies, warm sun, a track meet with Harvard, tennis matches with
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
WRIGHT MALLORY
This column winds up activities until next fall. It seems hard to believe that the next one will be after the football season is well under way. By the time it appears, plans will have been finalized for the Brown Game weekend
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
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ROBERT L. DAVIDSON
LOUIS T. MERRIAM JR.
We opened a letter from Dr. Ernest J.Smith of Oakland, R. 1., the other day and out fell a clipping about the greatest tiger of us all. It was a photo of balding, bespeckled Ernie and his young looking wife holding their
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
ROBERT H. LAKE
One of the most pleasant weekends of the year for those of us living in Hanover is the Class Officers conclave in early May, when we have the chance to welcome back to Hanover the hard working officers of your class. This year's
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
EDWARD A. LARNER JR.
Having spent the first weekend of May in Hanover at the meeting of class officers, I can report that it was a most beautiful sight to see. All returning officers from the oldest to the youngest were blessed with perfect May
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
WARREN G. KRETER
Here once more, and all too soon, is the end of another reporting year - not that your secretary is complaining (can't you hear the sighs of relief?), but it adds to the evidence, which is mounting at an alarming rate, that time
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
GEORGE B. MUNROE
Nice thing about this job is the annual enticement to Hanover for the Class Officers' meeting. One sure way of returning to Hanover is to have someone like Sid Hayward say be there. Highlights included the Hopkins Center
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
PHILIP E. PENBERTHY
It was certainly heartwarming to see the Class of '44 lead all the rest in the latest Green Derby Alumni Fund interim statement. Phil Penberthy is going about this all wrong if he thinks it's possible to shirk the class agent's
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
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[no value]
SAMUEL E. CUTLER JR.
ELOIT S. MOVER
Shortly after you receive this magazine, our 20th reunion will be underway. Without a doubt, this will be the biggest and best reunion so far. As of the first of May, more classmates and their wives and children had signed up
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANCIS T. ADAMS UR.
A trite phrase to be sure, but once again, and more than ever before, I'm amazed at the way time flies. It is hard to believe that, as residents of Hanover, we wrote the notes for the first column almost a year ago. Now, as I
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
TOWNES M. HARRIS UR.
Lots of news this month to carry us over the summer hiatus with a fast reminder that the alumni fund needs your check by July 1.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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[no value]
JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
ROBERT C. TRACY
We just returned from Class Officers weekend in Hanover and those of us attending enjoyed the best weather I've ever seen in Hanover. A warm sun and clear skies prevailed and it was an inspiring sight to see some students sun
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
RICHARD W. BANFIELD
PLANS PROCEEDING FOR 1949FIFTEENTH REUNIONJUNE 17-20, 1965
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
JOHN L. DWYER
Most of you probably look on June as the "end of the year" what with kids getting out of school, community or church projects and organizations going dormant for the hot months, and possibly even the summer doldrums tending to
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
JOHN C. HATCH
20 Windmill I.ane, Arlington 74, Mass.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
JOHN C. KLEIN
Hot dog and wow! I lay buried under an avalanche of mail, inundated by a flood of correspondence which informs me of all the great and happy things which are befalling the lot of Dartmouth '52. Oh you marvels, you irrepressible
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
EDWARD M. CONDIT JR.
Our "Most Prolific '53" Contest was captured by John Bender with the assistance of his wife, Alice. They have a grand total of seven children, five boys and two girls. John has been in North Carolina for the past three years
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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WILLIAM H. WHITE
JOHN J. FEIDMAN
The count-down has begun. Our "tremendous tenth" and the fate of all the good efforts of Tom Kelsey and his excellent reunion committee are in the hands of the weatherman. There is much excitement planned and unplanned in
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
E. SWIFT LAWRENCE
One Gordon Russell has, apparently on his own initiative, sought to cover most of the nation for this month's ALUMNI MAGAZINE, and has succeeded admirably. First of all, he writes that he, his Boston roommate, Dave Conlan,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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STEWART SANDERS
LEONARD J. CLARK JR.
Here's some more news on next fall's class gatherings. Bob Dumont is scheduling a lunch for 's6's in Hanover for the Dartmouth-Princeton football game, Saturday, October 10. Bob recommends reserved seats for the game.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
JOSIAH STEVENSON
The long, hot summer is approaching, and at the same time the class is blazing the last part of that trail which is leading up to another '57 Alumni Fund record. Head Agent, Joe Stevenson, and his hardy crew taskmasters are
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
HERB SWARZMAN
May 1-2 was the occasion of the annual meeting of the Class Officers' Association in Hanover. At this time of the year, as you may recall, the transition from "schlump" to early summer is virtually complete. Although the green
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
JAMES W. WOOSTER
All the hot flashes in these notes will have to burn brightly enough to last until the fall when the next regular ALUMNI MAGAZINE comes out. In the meantime keep me advised of any travels, changes or events which along with ice
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
WILLIAM G. BATT
Since this is our last column until next fall, let me take this opportunity to thank all of you faithful ones that have sent in news. It's greatly appreciated.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
H. MICHAEL HECHT
This is the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE for this year, so there is just time to make out your donation to the Alumni Fund. The rest of the Class is pitching in and '61 is looking pretty good. To really go over the top,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
JEROME H. BENTLEY 3RD
All right, you '62s, let's get right down to the problem at hand. The 1964 Alumni Fund campaign is fast drawing to a close and the Class is showing up much more poorly than we should. As of the latest tabulations we've had less
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1963
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PETER M. STERN
WILLIAM I. RUSSELL 3RD
For this issue, the last of the year, I have more news than I've ever had for a column. There's only room for a brief reminder about the Alumni Fund Drive thoroughly explained in Skip's last Newsletter. And, keep writing of your
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REYNOLDS TROPHY WINNER
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At the annual meeting of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover last month, Charles I. Lampee '04 was awarded the James B. Reynolds Trophy as the outstanding head agent of a class more than 25 years out of college. His
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BEQUEST MAN OF THE YEAR
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The honor of being Class Bequest Chairman of the Year was conferred on HerbertA. Wolff '10 at the annual meeting of the class officers in Hanover last month. In the absence of Mr. Wolff his classmate, Russell D. Meredith
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John L. Ferguson '15
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John L. Ferguson '15 (r) was honored as Class Newsletter Editor of the Year at the annual luncheon meeting of the Dartmouth class officers in Hanover last month. In conferring the award, Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the
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In recognition of his distinguished
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In recognition of his distinguished medical career and long years of service to the College, Herbert S. Talbot '25 (r) received the Alumni Council's Dartmouth Alumni Award at the annual gathering of class officers in Hanover
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Robert N. Stevens '27
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Robert N. Stevens '27 (r) was saluted as Class Chairman of the Year at the annual May gathering of the Dartmouth class officers in Hanover. His outstanding service was described by Secretary of the College Sidney C. Hayward '26
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The Alumni Council's highest honor.
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The Alumni Council's highest honor, a Dartmouth Alumni Award, was presented to Osmun Skinner '28 (r) at the annual spring gathering of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover last month. In making the award, Roger C. Wilde '21,
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HOOD TROPHY WINNER
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The honor of being the top class agent of a class 11 to 25 years out of college was bestowed on George B. Munroe '43 last month when the Dartmouth class officers held their annual spring meeting in Hanover. In awarding
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David J. Mandelbaum '54
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David J. Mandelbaum '54 (r) received the accolade of Class Treasurer of the Year at the annual gathering of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover on May 2. Following is the citation read by Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the
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MASON TROPHY WINNER
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Among the awards made at the annual class officers' meetings in Hanover last month, the 1963 John R. Mason Trophy went to John J. Feldman '54 as the best class agent of a class one to ten years out of college. His
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Stewart Sanders '56
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Stewart Sanders '56 (1) received a top honor at the annual meeting of the Dartmouth class officers in Hanover last month when he was saluted as the Class Secretary of the Year. Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College,
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
Whether it seems possible to me or not, the fact remains that the due date for the June issue of this column heralds the end of another academic year. Resisting the urge to try to recapitulate the year or to philosophize on
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PHILIP O. NICE S'47M
The Medical School is looking forward to Doctor Savage's return the middle of May from a vacation in the Mediterranean. In the fall he will no doubt report on his trip and the May 30 Nathan Smith Medical Society Meeting.
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Tuck School
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GEORGE DROWNE '33
Dean Hill attended the annual meeting of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business held in Chicago from April 29 to May 1.
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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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