Issue: 19640701

Wednesday, July 1, 1964
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Commencement, the 195th Year
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
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Masthead
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Dartmouth ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Table of Contents
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IN THIS ISSUE
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Cambridge BEACHES
Cambridge BEACHES
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C. C. HILLS
C. C. HILLS
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Sugarbush Inn
Sugarbush Inn
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Some Admissions Questions
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE MYTHMAKERS: AN ESSAY ON POWER AND WEALTH.
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MARTIN SEGAL
By Bernard D.Nossiter '47. Boston: Houghton MifflinCo., 1964. 244 pp. $4.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE LONDON STAGE 1600-1800, PART 4, 1747-1776.
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HENRY B. WILLIAMS
Edited by George Winchester Stone Jr. '30. Carbondale, Ill.:University of Southern Illinois Press, 1963.1993 pp. $75.00.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
E. E. CUMMINGS.
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THOMAS VANCE
By Barry A. Marks '47.New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1964156 pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE SIOUX, Life and Customs of a Warrior Society.
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ROBERT A. McKENNAN '25
By Royal B. Hassrick '39.Norman, Okla: University of OklahomaPress, 1964. 337 pp., illustrated. $5.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE CAUGHT IMAGE.
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HENRY L. TERRIE JR.
By Robert L. Gale'42. Chapel Hill: University of NorthCarolina Press, 1964. 266 pp. $6.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
AND HOW DO WE FEEL THIS MORNING?
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
By Corey Ford '21Ad. Illustratedby Eric Gurney. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.:Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1964. 61 pp. (paper-back). $1.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE EAST AND THE WEST: A STUDY OF THEIR PSYCHIC AND CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS.
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ROBERT J. POOR
By SidneyLewis Gulick '83. Rutland, Vl.,Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1963. 425 pp.$6.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE SECOND AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE NEAR COLLAPSE OF TRADITIONAL DEMOCRACY.
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KALMAN H. SILVERT
By H.Wentworth Eldredge '31. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1964. 403 pp.$6.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE DEFENSE OF BERLIN.
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HENRY W. EHRMANN
By Jean Ed-ward Smith. Baltimore: The John HopkinsPress, 1963. 431 pp. $6.95.
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Briefly Noted
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Sanborn C. Brown '35, president of the International Commission on Physics Education, is one of three co-authors of WhyTeach Physics?, published for the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics by the M.I.T. Press, Cambridge,
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Alumni Articles
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H. Winthrop Webber '14 has written and published The Facts of Life, The Road to Health, Security and Happiness ($1.95) and The Facts of Life, Self Employment for Health and Security ($1.00); statements of his personal philosophy.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. H. Wentworth Eldredge '31 (Sociology) is the author of an article, "The Western Image and President Kennedy's Assassination," in the March issue of NATOLetter, published by the NATO Information Service.
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ARIS & CRAFIS
ARIS & CRAFIS
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The Colony
The Colony
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Webster Associates
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OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS
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DARTMOUTH WALLPAPER and MATCHING FABRIC
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PAINTINGS SCULPTURE ANTIQUES
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Rand's FURNITURE STORE
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A. B. GILE CO.
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A Wah Hoo Wah for —
A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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NATHANIEL LEVERONE '06, recipient of the Horatio Alger Award from the American Schools and Colleges Association.
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1964 Football Schedule
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Sept. 26 New Hampshire at Durham Oct. 3 Boston University at Hanover 10 Princeton at Hanover 17 Brown at Hanover 24 Harvard at Cambridge 31 Yale at New Haven Nov. 7 Columbia at Hanover 14 Cornell at Ithaca 21
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REAL ESTATE
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FOR SALE
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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DAMEN'S LODGE
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WINDJAMMER CRUISES
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American Democracy: Your Next Great Teacher
American Democracy: Your Next Great Teacher
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The text of President Dickey's Commencement Address, June 7, at Bucknell University where he received the honorary Doctor of Civil Law degree.
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Variety Is the Word for Summer
Variety Is the Word for Summer
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COME September, variety may vie with quality when the summing-uppers seek the catchword to describe the 1964 summer session at Dartmouth.
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COMMENCEMENT 1964
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THE Class of 1964, notable in academic, athletic, and all-around achievement, closed out its Dartmouth undergraduate career with graduation ceremonies on Sunday morning, June 14. The 687 men who received degrees were the second largest
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Quebec in the Modern World
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THE HON. JEAN LESAGE, LL.D.
THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
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$1.6 Million
$1.6 Million
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Dartmouth's 50 th Anniversary Alumni Fund campaign ended June 30 with the largest dollar and contributor totals in history. On that date the Fund had received $1,400,000 from 21,000 contributors. When additional gifts en
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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS
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No American on active duty has a record of public service to rival yours: a neophyte of the diplomatic service in World War I, five years an assistant to Herbert Hoover in war relief and the Department of Commerce, for
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A Look Backward and A Look Ahead
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MICHAEL JAY LANDAY '64
THE SENIORS' VALEDICTORY
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Valedictory to 1964
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
MEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS :
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$500,000 Given for Computation Center
$500,000 Given for Computation Center
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A GIFT of $500,000 from Peter Kiewit '22 of Omaha, Nebraska, to be used toward the purchase of a new computer and for the construction of a building to house the College's Computation Center was announced by President
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A Heritage and An Obligation
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SIGURD S. LARMON '14
THE FIFTY-YEAR ADDRESS
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Braden Nominated for Trustee
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AT the June meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, Thomas W. Braden '40 of Oceanside, Calif., was nominated to be an Alumni Trustee of the College. The present Board vacancy, on which the Trustees will take formal action
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Another Record for Reunions
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IT was a happy invasion. Regular troops and auxiliary forces, the latter so numerous that those who count heads were proclaiming reunion records galore, infiltrated wearing the ordinary garb of the area's native population -
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Total '39 Giving Tops $565,000
Total '39 Giving Tops $565,000
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The Class of 1939, celebrating its 25th reunion last month, set a new Dartmouth record in cumulative class giving since graduation, according to figures revealed at the class banquet held on Saturday evening, June 20, in Alumni
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R. N. Funkhouser '4O Heads General Alumni Association
R. N. Funkhouser '4O Heads General Alumni Association
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ELECTION of Richard N. Funkhouser '40 of Hagerstown, Md., as president of the General Association of Alumni of Dartmouth College for 1964-65 was announced at the annual Commencement Luncheon in the Leverone Field House on
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Landauer Heads Alumni Council
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FORTY-SEVEN of the fifty members of the Dartmouth Alumni Council -t he the best attendance record the Council has ever had - were in Hanover for the 108 th meeting of the alumni "senate" June 17 to 19.
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Alumni Awards
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THREE Dartmouth Alumni Awards, recognizing distinguished careers and loyal service to the College, were presented by the Dartmouth Alumni Council during the Commencement and Reunion periods last month.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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FOR DARTMOUTH SPORTS FANS the spring of 1964 will be remembered for many years. The baseball team recorded a fine 14-10 record and was third in the Eastern League; the lacrosse team tied for the Ivy League crown; and
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
BASEBALL
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DAVE ORR '57
The Indian baseball team, straggling to overcome a midseason slump, came back to win three of its last six games, including a 3-0 win over Cornell in which Scott Creelman blanked the Big Red for the second year in a row. The
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
LACROSSE
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DAVE ORR '57
The lacrosse team finished the season in a blaze of glory by winning four straight: Williams 12-11, Princeton 9-7, New Hampshire 7-5, and Cornell 9-6. The final record of eight wins and three losses was the best for a Dartmouth
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
OTHER SPORTS
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DAVE ORR '57
Coach Tommy Keane's golfers also emerged with a winning record. After returning from the spring vacation trip, the Indians took six out of eight matches to finish the season with a 6-5 mark; and they were ranked ninth in the
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
GREEN JOTTINGS
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DAVE ORR '57
Dartmouth football games next fall will be heard in every corner of New England. The Big Green network has been expanded to nineteen stations and will include WHDH in Boston. Veteran radio announcer Don Gillis and Doggie
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DC AC Football News
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For the fan who feels unfulfilled after reading the Sunday morning account of the Big Green gridiron battle, the DCAC prescribes a subscription to the Big Green Football News. This four-page (and often larger) newsletter
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Article
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Bob Blackman's
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From all indications, the 1964 Ivy League football season could be a repeat of last year's close race in which the championship wasn't decided until the final Saturday, and almost every game was a very
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1899's 65th
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KENNETH BEAL, CLASS SECRETARY
Seventy persons attended our Sixty-Fifth Reunion. Twenty shared the Family Dinner Friday night, Joe Gannon presiding with gavel and candle and authority. Daughter Genevieve Read and Winter accompanied him. Hawley Chase had
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1904's 60th
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
The remnant of the Class of 1904, 17 members, arrived in Hanover June 12 to celebrate our sixtieth class reunion. Many came with their wives or other members of their families. There were 65 in our party: Child Lewis of Montana
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1909's 55th
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
The 55th reunion of 1909 and the 195th year of Dartmouth College were celebrated under beautiful June skies from June 12 to June 14.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1914's 50th
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ELMER ROBINSON
If Emerson was correct in his statement "An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man" then our 50th reunion is the lengthened and deepened shadow of Frederic Armstrong Davidson - our Reunion Chairman — and the other able and
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1918's 46th
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY '18
The Class of 1918, 204 of us, had a marvelous time at our 46th Reunion, held June 15 through 17. We are greatly indebted to Bill Montgomery, his wife Eve, and the members of the Reunion Committee, for the outstanding
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1919's 45th
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GEORGE W. RAND '19
Your perennial secretary has had a hard time finding enough superlatives to describe the Fabulous Forty Fifth Reunion, for it certainly was one of our best from all angles. First of all, our most sincere thanks to Max Norton
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1920's 44th
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER '20
They came early and stayed late - count of 176. This included 91 classmates, mostly accompanied by wives. We were honored to have the widows of five of our classmates who are no longer with us: Freddie Buschman, Sel Mack, Dick
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1924's 40th
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN '24
The Friendly Fortieth was doubly successful: we lived up to the promise of the title, suggested by Putty Blodgett, and we broke the record for the fortieth reunion attendance set only last year by '23. It rained the first night
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1939's 25th
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By BOB DAVIDSON '39
Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by that sun of Reunion. While Richard III trod the boards nightly in the Hopkins Center theatre, a perfect sun of York glared down on us for four straight days making
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1943's 21st
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN '43
DEAR PAUL: Remember how lovely Hanover was in the 1942 summer when we were accelerating? That's just the way it was when 1943 returned to Hanover for a delayed look of twenty years. Cast of characters, a bit older and grayer,
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1944's 20th
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ROBERT MILLER
The only thing I recall having learned at Dartmouth was "Caveat Emptor." I accepted the hoopla about the Roaring Twentieth with my well-learned lesson, but went, nonetheless, expecting the worst. The only thing wrong about the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1945's 19th
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DONALD P. COLE JR. '45
The Terrific Twentieth is now past history - but, as all who were present will testify, it was a time well worth attending and well worth remembering. There were 101 classmates present, accompanied by 95 wives and 81 children -
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1954's 10th
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THOMAS V. A. KELSEY '54
Our tenth reunion is now history. Like all big events that have been recorded in the annals of time, this particular reunion will be talked about and remembered for many years to come by all of us who had the good fortune to
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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