Issue: 19641001

Thursday, October 1, 1964
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ERNEST MARTIN HOPKINS '01 1877-1964
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
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Bell Telephone System
Bell Telephone System
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Chemical New York
Chemical New York
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Masthead
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Dartmouth ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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IN THIS ISSUE
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Replies to Mr. Spong
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Dartmouth wallpaper and matching fabric
Dartmouth wallpaper and matching fabric
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ARTS & CRAFTS
ARTS & CRAFTS
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Cambridge BEACHES
Cambridge BEACHES
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ARE YOUR BUSINESS GIFTS COSTING TOO MUCH?
ARE YOUR BUSINESS GIFTS COSTING TOO MUCH?
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE HISTORIAN AND HISTORY.
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HARRY N. SCHEIBER
By Page Smith '40. New York: Alfred A.Knopf, Inc., 1964. 261 pp. $4.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
A YEAR AND A DAY.
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ROBERTS W. FRENCH '56
By Carlos Baker'32. Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press, 1963. 64 pp. $2.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THOMAS CRAWFORD: AMERICAN SCULPTOR.
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WINSLOW B. EAVES
By Robert L. Gale '42. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1964. 241 pp.$8.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE OUTWARD VIEW.
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
By David F.Long '39. Skokie, Ill.: Rand McNally &Co., 1964. 464 pp. $6.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
INDEPENDENCE MUST BE WON.
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R.J.B.
By Phillip Viereck '48. New York: The JohnDay Co., 1964. 158 pp. $3.75
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
HAROLD LLOYD'S WORLD OF COMEDY.
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
By William Cahn '34. New York:Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1964. 208 pp.$4.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
EXPECTANT PEOPLES.
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FRANK R. SAFFORD
By the AmericanUniversities Field Staff, under the editorship of Prof. K. H. Silvert. New York:Random House, 1963.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DISCOVERY: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF VILHJALMUR STEFANSSON.
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RICHARD W. MORIN '24
NewYork: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964. 411pp. $7.50.
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Briefly Noted
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Sinclair H. Hitchings '54 is the co-author (with Catherine H. Farlow) of A NewGuide to The Massachusetts State House (108 pp., illustrated, paperback) which was prepared and published this year "as a Public Service to the
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Alumni Articles
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"The Vitality of Voluntaryism," an address by Basil O'Connor '12 delivered at the annual Idaho Health Conference in May, has been published in booklet form.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Kalman Silvert (Government) wrote "Paz Estabilidady Libertad en Latin America" for Politica, Caracas, Venezuela.
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'64 Alumni Fund Is Record-Smasher
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DARTMOUTH'S 50th Anniversary Alumni Fund Campaign went well over its goal of 1.5 million by raising $1,624,810 to become the most successful campaign in the College's history. A total of 22,434 alumni, friends, and parents
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PINK BEACH
PINK BEACH
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Rogues Gallery
Rogues Gallery
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Connecticut Mutual Life
Connecticut Mutual Life
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A.B. GILE CO.
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WCBS
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TOWN AND GOWN
THE NEW BARBARIANS
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
In shirt by Brooks In shorts by Brooks, In my demesne uplifted - Why should I frown If Town and Gown Go round unshod, unshifted?
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DARTMOUTH TENT AT YALE
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The pre-game "Dartmouth Tent" sponsored by the Dartmouth Club of New Haven will again be a rallying point for Big Green alumni, family and friends attending the Yale game in New Haven on October 31.
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GENERAL MOTORS
GENERAL MOTORS
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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WE came into very close contact with many of the 813 members of the new Class of 1968 (threatening skies having forced Green Key's opening-day reception into a very crowded Alumni Hall) and can report first-hand that they
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THE COLLEGE
MANDARIN CHINESE
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One of the College's new faculty members, Professor Harry C. Fenn, will be teaching one of the College's new courses: beginning instruction in spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Professor Fenn, formerly Director of the
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THE COLLEGE
MEDICAL GRANTS
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The Dartmouth Medical School received two important grants in recent months, one from a foundation and the other from a former Trustee of the College. The former, a grant in the amount of $2,000,000 was awarded to the
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THE COLLEGE
NATIONAL AWARD
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The Dartmouth Bequest and Estate Planning Program and its Executive Secretary, Ford H. Whelden '25, gained national honors with a second-place award in the annual American Alumni Council competition. The award-winning entry
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THE COLLEGE
THREE BEQUESTS
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Dartmouth has recently received $125,851 from the estates of Hayward P. Rolfe '04, Benjamin M. Stout '11, and Gerald S. Stone '20. The Hayward P. Rolfe 1904 Fund for General Purposes has been established in the amount of
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THE COLLEGE
LIBRARY STUDY
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The participants in a long-range study of the Dartmouth College libraries have been appointed and have begun their operation under the chairmanship of Charles G. Bolte '41, executive vice president of Viking Press, New York.
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THE COLLEGE
STAFF CHANGES
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J. Michael McGean '49 has been formally named to the post of Director of the Dartmouth Alumni College (see article on page 39) along with his current duties as Associate Secretary of the College. Because Mr. McGean will be
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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DR. DANIEL F. FEATHERSTON '19, recipient of the Professional Award of the New Jersey Division of American Cancer Society.
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"HOPPY"
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C.E.W.
PROVIDENCE, undeterred by the family prayers of Harvard and Yale divines, smiled on Dartmouth College when it sent Ernest Martin Hopkins as a freshman to the college presided over by William Jewett Tucker. Thus entered into the Dartmouth
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The End of a Dartmouth Era
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THE campus flag was lowered to half-mast reverently and with a special sorrow on the morning of Thursday, day,August 13. Dead at his summer home in Manset, Maine, was Ernest Martin Hopkins 'Ol, President Emeritus of the College
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The Hopkins Administration Steps Forward as a National
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RESPONDING to a request for information about some of the formative influences in the early years of his life. President Hopkins in 1943, two years before his retirement, wrote to the late Prof. John M. Mecklin that he
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E.M.H. on Being a College President
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IN an address delivered at the inauguration of his brother, Louis B. Hopkins 'OB, as President of Wabash College in 1926, Mr. Hopkins had this to say about being a college president:
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"This Considerate, Friendly Personality"
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The rare and delightful qualities of President Hopkins as a human being made his leadership doubly effective and added affection to the admiration that all Dartmouth men felt for him. One of the best accounts of his character
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Some Hopkins Views on Higher Education
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Higher Education
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
SINCE the last Faculty column in June many new faces have appeared in Hanover, many a learned paper has been read, and new titles have appeared after familiar names. It has been a busy fourmonth period.
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A.B.C. Project and Students Both Measure Up to High Expectations
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FOR a venture that is expectantly and pointedly called "A Better Chance," that is fraught with possibilities for disappointment in an emphatic concern for "risks" in human potential, there can be no definitive evaluation on
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The Peace Corps Was Also on Campus
The Peace Corps Was Also on Campus
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I NEVER thought I'd come to Dartmouth and be asked to take the Pledge!" the comely Smith College lass quipped, but she and 156 other young men and women representing some 91 colleges and universities did. They pledged to speak only
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... and the Alumni College
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A FAREWELL banquet on August 27 in Thayer Hall resembled the festive aftermath of a successful moon "shoot" at Cape Kennedy. And rightly so. Dartmouth Alumni College was not only off the ground but right on target.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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A FOOTBALL squad generally has a personality of its own, a distinctive flavor created by one individual or a certain group of players. For instance, that 1962 Dartmouth team had an exuberance, a poise, an assurance of
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
CROSS COUNTRY AND SOCCER
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ERNIE ROBERTS
The football squad did not bring the only athletes to the Dartmouth campus before the September 23 registration. Both cross-country and soccer squads reported on September 14 for some early preparation for their October 3
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FALL SCHEDULE
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ERNIE ROBERTS
FOOTBALL - Sept. 26, New Hampshire at Durham; Oct. 3, Boston University; 10, Princeton; 17, Brown; 24, Harvard at Cambridge; 31, Yale at New Haven; Nov. 7, Columbia; 14, Cornell at Ithaca; 21, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
FOOTBALL RADIO NETWORK
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ERNIE ROBERTS
Good, bad or mediocre, the 1964 Dartmouth football team will have its progress followed by more people in New England than ever before in history.
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Cape Cod
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ROBERT BURRILL '50
The eighth annual Spring Dinner Meeting of the club was held on June 22 at the Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville, Mass. It was a warm sunny evening which brought out 64 Dartmouth men and their wives to a very pleasant affair.
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Venezuela
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FRED C. EATON '40
After a fairly slow period, the Dartmouth Club of Venezuela is picking up steam. There are 18 alumni in the country that we know about. Fourteen of these are in the capital city of Caracas.
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Baltimore
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F. SCOTT COREY '57
Marge and Page Worthington '33 graciously permitted forty Indians and squaws to invade their lovely home for a gay picnic. Many new and familiar faces were seen at the enjoyable gathering. Ace Hall '56, and Jim Boak '42 were
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Darmstadt, Germany
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Dartmouth alumni in Germany joined together at the home of Orton H. Hicks Jr. '49 in Darmstadt on Thursday, May 7, for a cocktail party and dinner to meet and hear the Vice President of the College. A total of 17 Dartmouth men
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Heart of America
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WILLARD A. SMALL '55
ROLAND KOLMAN '60
"Operation Recruit" has become the newest project of the Heart of America Dartmouth Club. The project is two-fold: (1) attracting highly-qualified Kansas City area prep and high school students to apply to Dartmouth and (2)
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Glens Falls
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COOPER B. RHODES '25
The annual dinner and meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Glens Falls was held June 4 at the Queensbury Inn. Two members of the club, Dr. James B. Shields '14 of Glens Falls and Lawrence F. Barsaloux'14 of Granville, received plaques
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Paris
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JACQUES L. BRY '59
J. CLARK MOORE JR. '43
The Dartmouth Club of Paris had the great pleasure of welcoming Orfon H. Hicks'21, Vice President of the College, at an open house at the home of J. Clark MooreJr. '43 in Le Vesinet, outside of Paris. Mrs. Hicks and Orton Jr. '49,
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Harrisburg
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DOUGLAS G. HOSKINS JR. '54
Dean Thaddeus Seymour brought Dartmouth to Harrisburg for a while on April 24 when he spoke to the Dartmouth Club of Central Pennsylvania at its annual business meeting. Dean Seymour spoke humorously and warmly of his
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Plainfield
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RICHARD C. GRIGGS '60
On May 15 the Tri County Dartmouth Club paid tribute to Lou Wilcox '23, the first president of the Club. Lou Wilcox has retired from the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company and is moving back to the Hanover area. In order to help
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Philadelphia
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DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
The big news in Philadelphia is that we have moved our Club after a long association with the Princeton Club in Philadelphia. Our new headquarters are The Poor Richard Club, 1339 Locust Street, Philadelphia 19107. The Poor
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Boston
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RICHARD BARNARD '30
The death of President-Emeritus Hopkins cast a gloom over our members; but we were brightened by the thought that our club honored him last January at our largest dinner meeting in Boston of over 1200 people. We knew "Hoppy"
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Tidewater
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MIKE HURD '59
BILL BLUE '61
A sturdy group of Indians banded together at the Golden Triangle Motor Hotel in Norfolk and a new Alumni Club was formed: Dartmouth of Tidewater. The Tidewater region includes the cities of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake,
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Orlando-Winter Park
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KENNETH H. THOMAS '21
Our annual meeting was held April 21 at the Mt. Vernon Motor Lodge in Winter Park. It was a great pleasure to have BobMacMillen '40, assistant dean of the Summer Programs,, and his charming wife Crosbie with us. Bob brought us up
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Chicago
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A. EDWARD GRINTON 3RD '54
JAMES S. BRANNEN '60
At the annual meeting held last summer Gaylord A. Freeman Jr. '31 succeeded Robert T. Mortimer '47 as president of the Chicago Association. Completing the slate of new officers are Hugh K. Brower '50, vice president, Albert E.
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Rhode Island
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FRANKLIN S. EGGLESTON '32
CHARLES V. RAYMOND '30
Our schedule for 1964-65 luncheons at the University Club in Providence at 12:15 P.M. is as follows: Thursday, October 15; Monday, November 9; Tuesday, December 29; Thursday, January 21; Thursday, March 18.
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Hanover
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DR. SEYMOUR E. WHEELOCK '40
The glowering Ides of August drove the members of the Dartmouth Club of the Hanover area away from the Bema into the handsome confines of Alumni Hall for the consummation of the Club's traditional summer outing (this is an
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Phoenix
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WILLIAM E. MILLER '51
DUNCAN H. NEWELL JR. '36
On September 1 the regular monthly luncheon of the Phoenix Club was held at Arizona Manor, corner Camelback and 24th Street.
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Hartford
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RICHARD A. WATSON '59
... And without even letting us wipe off the "Grease of the Feast" his wife had so elegantly prepared, President Page gaveled into existence another Dartmouth year - and the executive committee meeting that followed was a
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HARVARD GAME PARTY
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In Briggs Cage right after the game, for Dartmouth alumni, parents, friends, and their guests, CASH BAR. Free chips and pretzels, free cokes for the kids.
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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1899
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KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
Editorial need for space cancelled the following five paragraphs from '99's July account of their 65th:
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1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Arthur Virgin has revived a summer theater project in North Hatley, Quebec. He has strengthened the summer theater interest in that community by investing not only his enthusiasm but also his financial backing for the
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1901
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FRANK E. CUDWORTH
From The Bulletin of August 21, written by S. C. Hayward '26 in part: "Ernest Martin Hopkins '01 died in his sleep from a coronary attack, August 13 at his summer home in Manset, Me. The funeral service was held in Rollins Chapel,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
Word has only just been received of the death on Feb. 3, 1963 of Mrs. Dennis F. Lyons. Our "Denny" himself had died suddenly in Tucson. Ariz., on June 12, 1937, after a distinguished legal career. At the time of his death he
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
JOHN P. WADHAM
You all know of Dr. Hopkins' death, August 13, at Manset, his summer home near Southwest Harbor, Me. He was 86 years old. We of 1903 were in college the last two years of his college life. He graduated in 1901. The heartfelt
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
THOMAS W. STREETER
Here are a few notes of classmates which have come to me since our reunion. Jimmieand Fanny Walker on August 14, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Seems like a long time since they said "I do." The family clan were there
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
A brief nostalgic touch: It seemed hardly any time since we were looking forward to celebrating our 50th anniversary. Yet at our annual mid-July reunion our thoughts went forward to next year's 60th. Our numbers will be fewer
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Thanks to the help of my assistants, ArtChapin, Hal Fish, Bill Page, and Cap Pierce, the Class of 1906 exceeded its quota by 800 dollars in the Golden Anniversary Alumni Fund Campaign. The members of the class contributed 3,970
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
The Class of 1907 has done it again. The final figure for the 1964 Alumni Fund was $10,152.00. Our objective was $6900. BobKenyon, our head Class Agent, all assistant class agents, Mrs. Joe McCann, members of the class, .and the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
John Alden reports that since the death of his wife he has remained in their old home where housekeeping duties and reading keep him busy. He has had visits from his son Bob from Lima, Ohio, and Bill from Charlotteville, Va.,
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
1909 has lost four members during the summer: Ralph H. Marston, June 13; Horace T. Fleisher, June 19; Clarence E. Cuminings, June 29; Sanford B. Hooker, August 28.
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1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
Recognition Day for another Tenner! At the end of a trail through fifty summers, distinctive recognition has come to BuckyAllen. Headed by a news picture of Bucky, as he "relaxes from his duties relating to the operation of the
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
The College Year opens for the first time without the presence of Ernest Martin Hopkins in Hanover. It will be a different town without him where he was an active participant in its affairs throughout his life just as he was in
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
For weather, this has been a queer summer. Writing from one of the outlying islands of Casco Bay, the question has often been heard, "Is this August or is it November?" Shrouded in fog most of July, we now have donned our
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
We enjoyed Marc Wright's comments on the Olympic trials for the pole vault. He thought they were excellent but to us he said he would "like to see just how high they could go with the old bamboo pole." The fibre glass poles make
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
To those of us youngsters who decided to come into the world during the summer, when the MAGAZINE was drowsing in the summer sun, we send belated but heartfelt greetings and to the young sprouts who looked around in October and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
Problem - how to write an October column when the deadline for it pops up in the still-hot summer! Which may account for our lack of interest in that Ohio boy who whistled when he was a day old - but we sure would like to see
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
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RODERIQUE F. SOULE
ARTHUR J. CONLEY
It is the sad duty of your Secretary to report the deaths of two of our classmates, Red Tucker, who died May 5, and ShortyShaw, who died June 27. Their obituaries appear in the In Memoriam section of this or a subsequent issue of
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
Probably no class, as a whole, will regret more than 1917 the passing of President Emeritus Hopkins, "Hoppy" to all 17'ers. We were members of his first graduating class after he became president in 1916, and we have all
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
Well, here we go again on another year of class notes.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
The sad event of the summer in the North Country was the passing of our beloved President Emeritus Ernest Martin Hopkins. A full account of his wonderful life and accomplishments appears elsewhere in the MAGAZINE. Representing
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
All Dartmouth is saddened by the passing of President Hopkins and our Class especially because "Hoppy" has always been one of us, as he wrote in a letter to be read at the Class Reunion: "I repeat at this time what I have said
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
It is not news when John Sullivan goes salmon fishing in Canada. For 14 years he has camped on Sainte Marguerite River. In 1964 he did not break his record either in the number of salmon killed or in the size of fish, but he is
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGKT
At the funeral service for our beloved Ernest Martin Hopkins in Rollins Chapel on August 15, the Class was represented by Jack and Fran Dodd, Carroll Dwight, LenMorrissey, Oscar and Bea Rice, Stuey andLouise Stearns. Hoppy became
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
Your secretary hereby begins his eleventh year on this job. Already, his term is longer than his immediate predecessor, T.T. Metzel, who did such a tremendous job for the class, and is now our Bequest Chairman. This year, he
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
As I write, our second summer session is ending with examinations in progress. Having taught two classes again, I can say it has been "good"; more of you should send children or friends' children for this opportunity. Now the
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1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
The passing of time for class secretaries is measured either by the culmination of the academic year featured by the annual meeting of class officers at Hanover in May or by the request for notes in this column at the beginning
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1926
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KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
Hub Harwood has already reported in Chip's "Smoke Signals" on the fast-moving August reunion attended by 24 classmates and 20 squaws. Distance was no deterrent! First place to Shub and Janet Owen from Marshfield, Wis., and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Back to work and to catch you up on '27 mail and news.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
We want to pay tribute to Class Agent Howie Bush and his inspired assistants for winning second place in the Green Derby, with 100% of our objective ($44,553) and 88% participation. Howie in his first year as Class Agent did a
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
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GEORGE B. REDDING
JAMES F. INGRAM
It is Labor Day - a time when we shift gears, so to speak, in anticipation of the fall activities. Your secretary is reminded to begin the 36th year of recordation of these notes for the Class of 1929. As his thoughts roam over
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
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WALLACE BLAKEY
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Arrival of football ticket application forms today means it is time to take the old typewriter on my knee and try to keep the accumulated news of the summer within the wordage bounds set by our good classmate, ye editor of this
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
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WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
JOHN K. BENSON
Thus begins my fifth year of having the opportunity of chatting with you via this class column. This one is intended to be brief because of the very special contents of the issue - i.e., "the coverage to be given to the death
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
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JILDO E. CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
Returning to print after the summer vacation in this, my second year as class secretary, seems a bit like the usual return of the sophomores. I hope to be able to obtain and pass on all the latest news of your comings and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
Certainly the most important news item this month is the retirement of Sid Stoneman as Class Agent and the acceptance of this responsibility by Ed Knapp. I know I express the appreciation of all the Class to Sid (and to Miriam
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
A TRIBUTE — The great man who created the "Hopkins Era" at the College is gone, but the honor and the glory of that era — and all that it stands for - will endure as long as Dartmouth does.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
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WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
By the time you read this I hope the air conditioners will have stopped dripping on unwary city sidewalk walkers. It's just like medieval days in New York. Keep away from the walls or you will get the bucket of slops!
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
Autumn and the new school year guides us back into the familiar patterns so briefly interrupted by summer. Change is always a feature of the new season and this column hasn't escaped. As your new secretary and a novice in this
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
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WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
If any trend is apparent from the notes in your secretary's file after a summer that has been all too short, it is that the old men of '37 are settling back to enjoy well earned promotions and to see that their sons and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
Another football season is now underway, and final plans have been announced for the Brown Game get-together at the Lake Morey Inn. If you haven't made reservations and decide to come at the last minute, be sure and contact the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
And the melody still lingers on. It was a Ball! We'll never forget those four days of Reunion, and we're glad we went. Actually, our family broke the piggy bank, and the four of us flew from North Carolina up to Hanover and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
Welcome back to the same old stand in almost the same old place. By the entrance of the Class of 1964 we are nudged forward one place into the alumni ranks - and welcome to the calendar beginning of our 25th anniversary year of
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Labor Day is here again and that makes me think of many things - things like leaves of brown, the baseball pennant stretch drives, excuses for getting to Hanover to a football game and above all Class Notes. For those not
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
Fortunately, your writer has more news than he can shake a quill at, so with a cheerful "welcome back" from what we trust was a pleasant and restful summer for each of you, we will proceed to the accumulated releases before Lipp
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
Thought I would be among Ed Bock,Bill Baker, Stan Priddy, and any other exsecretaries mentionable. Your confidence is most reassuring.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
Hairy Davidson's much publicized and ultra-modern high rise apartment complex in Dallas opened for business last month. 'The $5 million project is designed basically for "over 50" couples. The structure employs a unique
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
Promotions continue to be the popular thing in the Class. This must have something to do with our advancing age, increasing waistline, and receding hair line. At any rate, it's comforting to realize that the world is
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
After a hectic, but, in retrospect, surprisingly short Hanover summer filled with interesting and varied programs and even more interesting people, it is safe to say, and we are quoting another reporter of the Dartmouth scene:
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
Compiling and writing this column is such a great joy that a three months' summer hiatus leaves one breathless in an attempt to report all of the many things that have happened during that time.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
During a very pleasant week-long journey through Maine and New Hampshire my wife and I and my second son Peter, aged six, had occasion to spend a very enjoyable day in Hanover last week. I certainly hope some of you were able to
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
ALFRED A. WAGNER
October 16, 17. These are the days of the fall class get-together. It's the weekend of the Brown game, and Hanover will be a place you would not want to be away from . . . foliage, festivities, visits, a guaranteed delight. Get
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
A couple of months ago certain groups forecast a "long, hot summer." It does seem to have been lengthy, but then again where did the time go? In the Windy City environs we had hardly any middlin' weather; it was either 90-plus
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
THOMAS M. PORTER
The '51 Reunion which has floated around the country for the last three summers casts anchor in Hanover in June for our advanced 15th. I hope to see you there - with your family (there will be activities for kids). En route, you
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
Another short, sweet summer is over. The golfers are almost ready to hang their sticks in the closets, the sailors to stow their sail bags in lofts, and the fishermen to settle back for a long cold season of gab during which
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
It seems like the summers get shorter every year and it's hard to believe that fall is already here. I hope the summer proved pleasant and profitable for all of you and that the fall will be even better. For those living in the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
Ordinarily, setting out to write this column for the first time would be a formidable task, but my job has been made easy by the knowledge that the first order of business should be a special tribute to my predecessor, Bill
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
W. HARTWELL PERRY JR.
It's not that parents don't love their curious, demanding small children. It's just that they'd like to escape the wee ones now and then. Jon Kropper, who hasn't communicated with this column in recent history, broke silence
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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STEWART SANDERS
ABNER OAKES 3RD
Elliott Skip Sisson is working for Bulkley Dunton & Co. at 295 Madison Ave., N. Y. A few weeks ago Skip and Marguerite Humphrey Jamison announced their plans to be married. Marguerite is from Greensburg, Pa. She graduated from
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
Welcome aboard! We are officially back in session for the '64-65 year. A new season for news has begun and I am sure that it will be a productive one. While poring over the various tidbits of news that were sent to me over the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
To all but the avid ski enthusiast, summer essentially means vacationing, relaxation, travel, etc. To the Class Secretary, however, summer means all of these things and more. It means the annual replenishment of the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
Much news has piled up over the summer. It will take several issues to cover all the weddings, promotions, and achievements our men have been involved in, but that does not mean you shouldn't keep the items coming
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
JAMES M. POLLARD
Here we go again. It was an eventful summer in these parts; lots of visitors and house guests from the class and also a new daughter, Susan, for the McBurneys. That's two for us and I think that will do it for awhile, thanks.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
First and most important — a very sincere "thank you and well done" from MikeHecht, Head Class Agent, and from all the Class Agents for your outstanding participation in last spring's Fund Drive.
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1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
ENS. DAVID M. DEWILDE
Our third year out. It doesn't quite seem possible. But then again, maybe you should check your hairline a little more carefully. It does seem to be easing back a little, doesn't it?
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1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
It seems a little odd to welcome all of you back at the start of a new year of columns because for some the "school year" no longer has much meaning. But for many of us, the school calendar still rules our lives. At any rate,
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1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
As I sit down to write this first of many years of monthly class notes—I have an urge to punt the whole thing. I could start off with: Roger Aaron, Tom Adams, BurtAlimansky ... all received their BA degree from Dartmouth College. If
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FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
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NEW ENGLAND LIFE
NEW ENGLAND LIFE
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AVCO
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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UNION CARBIDE
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Rand's FURNITURE STORE
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Thayer School
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RUSSELL STEARNS '38
Bill Kimball '29 ended his Thayer School Notes in May with "So long 'til October." October is now here and I found upon my return to Hanover that Bill had reluctantly agreed to allow me to replace him as your correspondent.
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Tuck School
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GEORGE DROWNE '33
Dean Hill attended and participated in a variety of special meetings during recent months, including a seminar sponsored by the President's Professional Association, American Management Association, in Hamilton, N. Y., July 28;
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M '27
As the 167th session of Dartmouth Medical School gets underway, perhaps you might be interested in some statistics. In the entering class, some twenty states are represented, extending from New Hampshire to Washington and
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Father Hodder
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The Rev. Leslie W. Hodder, Rector Emeritus of St. Thomas Church in Hanover and Episcopal chaplain for Dartmouth students for 27 years before his retirement last year, died August 1 from injuries received when struck by a car
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Norwich Inn Land Motel
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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THE SPECIALTY SHOP
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Chieftain MOTEL HANOVER, N.H.
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CHARLES L. ALDEN
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INN FOR SALE
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4719181_19641001_000159.xml
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THE COTTAGE CRAFTS SHOP
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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TED CARTER, Realtor
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C.C. HILLS Realtor
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Alumni Magazine.
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4719181_19641001_000164.xml
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Webster Associates
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Cove Creek Farm
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HILDA B. RUSSELL Realtor
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CAMPION'S
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4719181_19641001_000176.xml
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PERRY ACADEMY
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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4719181_19641001_000180.xml
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THE DARTMOUTH
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