Issue: 19641101

Sunday, November 1, 1964
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President Dickey's Opening Address: "Prelude to a Third Century"
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 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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IN THIS ISSUE
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
LET IN THE SUN
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GEORGE P. THERIAULT '33
By Woody Klein '51.New York: The Macmillan Company,1964. 297 pp. $5.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE INDIAN AND THE WHITE MAN.
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ROBERT A. McKENNAN '25
Edited, with an introduction by WilcombE. Washburn '48. Garden City, NewYork: Doubleday & Co., 1964. 480 pp.$1.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE WEDDING BOOK.
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PRISCILLA AND ALAN ROZYCKI '61
By Frances andFrederic A. Birmingham '33. New York:Harper and Row, 1964. 197 pp. $4.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
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RICHARD W. STERLING
Edited by President John Sloan Dickey'29. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hail,Inc. 1964. 184 pp. $3.95 ($1.95 paperback).
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
PROSE & POETRY OF MODERN FRANCE.
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DAVID SICES '54
By Professor Emeritus RamonGuthrie and Professor George E. Diller.New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1964.491 pp. $6.95.
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Briefly Noted
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Experimental Spectroscopy by Ralph A. Sawyer '15 has been reprinted in a Third Edition (the first being in 1944) by Dover Publications, Inc., New York (342 pp. $2.00. Paperback). According to the Preface to the Dover Edition,
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Alumni Articles
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"History Revealed in. Ancient Glass" by Ray W. Smith '18 appears in the September issue of National Geographic.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Robert W. Christy (Physics) is the author of "Electrical Properties of Thin Polymer Films" in The Journal of AppliedPhysics 35, 2179, 1964, and co-author with T. P. Zaleskiewicz M.A. '63 of "Optical Bleaching of V3 Centers in
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CLUB
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CLUB
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Rand's FURNITURE STORE
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Cambridge BEACHES
Cambridge BEACHES
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DARTMOUTH SMOKE SHOP
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BOSTON SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.
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A. B. GILE CO.
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1964 DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL POSTER
1964 DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL POSTER
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Manchester Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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UNION CARBIDE
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COBURN'S JEWELRY STORE
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Academic Delegates
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At recent academic ceremonies Dartmouth has been represented by:
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Films
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Norman Weissman '46 received the "Chris Award" for excellence in the production of a film in the field of health and mental health at the 20th annual Columbus (Ohio) Film Festival in September 1964. Over 400 films in various
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NEW ENGLAND LIFE
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SPOKEN ARTS
SPOKEN ARTS
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The College on the Hill, A New History of Dartmouth
The College on the Hill, A New History of Dartmouth
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A NEW history of Dartmouth College, entitled The College on the Hill, is now on the press and is scheduled to appear about the first of the year.
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THE COLLEGE ON THE HILL A Dartmouth Chronicle
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PINK BEACH
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C. C. HILLS
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DPA Pioneers Are Home
DPA Pioneers Are Home
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Two Dartmouth men and one Dartmouth wife have returned from Dartmouth Project Asia's teaching fellowship in Hong Kong. Frank Kehl '62 and Mike Coffield '62 and his wife Heath completed their two-year pilot program under
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FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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HAPPENINGS in the first month of the College's 196th year produced a sharp miniature of the full landscape of a Dartmouth year. Sadness and sympathy, jubilation and disappointment, reflection and commitment, initiative
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THE COLLEGE
ENROLLMENT
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The College began the fall term with 3001 undergraduates in residence and 57 "in absentia" (foreign study plans, etc.). The Class of 1968 was the largest with 811 (seventeen of whom are National Merit Scholars); 1967 had
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THE COLLEGE
ARCHITECTURE AWARD
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Dartmouth has been honored by both the New Hampshire chapter and the New England regional organization of the American Institute of Architects for its contribution to architecture in encouraging a climate for good design.
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THE COLLEGE
MUSIC AWARD
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The National Federation of Music Clubs presented Dartmouth with an Award of Merit in recognition of its contribution to contemporary American music. The award recognized the talents of the Dartmouth Community Symphony
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THE COLLEGE
HORN BLOW FEATURED
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The Dartmouth Film Society is featuring the works of film producer Arthur Hornblow Jr. '15 in a two-term retrospective for its members. The features chosen for fall term showing include "Ruggles of Red Gap,” "The Pursuit
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THE COLLEGE
DRAMA AT THE CENTER
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George Bernard Shaw's comedy "In Good King Charles's Golden Days" will open the 1964-65 theatrical season at Hopkins Center during Houseparties week. The play will be directed by Prof. Henry B. Williams. Later in the month
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THE COLLEGE
CONCERT SERIES
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Once again the College is offering a double-barrelled schedule of concerts, labelled in Green and White and featuring a variety of orchestral, choral, piano solo, and vocal programs. Coming to Spaulding Auditorium to
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THE COLLEGE
CORPORATE GIFTS
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Gifts to Dartmouth from business and industry rose from $462,522 last year to $471,920 in 1963-64 and brought a ten-year total of corporate gifts to Dartmouth up to $2,919,135. Corporate gifts to the College in the year
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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SAMUEL s. STRATTON '20, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Bowling Green State University.
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TOWN AND GOWN
TOWN AND GOWN
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
LELAND GRIGGS, 1878-1964
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Prelude to a Third Century
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President Dickey Addresses Students and Faculty to Open College's 196th Year
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THE COMPUTER REVOLUTION
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
The College's new Center meets needs of both faculty and students and promises to make the computer part of today's liberal learning
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CONVERSATION WITH A COMPUTER
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There's an anthropomorphic appeal to some of the colloquies between man and machine at the Kiewit Computation Center.
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DARTMOUTH EVENT OF 1940 MADE COMPUTER HISTORY
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Back in September of 1940 the American Mathematical Society met in Hanover. On the agenda was the first public demonstration of a wondrous new device, the electrical calculator." Accounts of that demonstration provide an interesting
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Sloan Foundation Grants $250,000 to Tuck School
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The Tuck School, recipient of a grant of $250,000 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, has announced that the funds will be used to expand the School's research efforts, develop the curriculum for the M.B.A. degree, and lay the
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Onward and Upward with '68
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PRODUCED over the summer, under a new plan that had a pleased campus wondering why it hadn't been done before, the Green Book for the Class of 1968 was waiting for the freshmen when they arrived in Hanover in September. Pictured in
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167 Sons of Alumni in Freshman Class
167 Sons of Alumni in Freshman Class
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Father Son Hallagan, Stuart D. '16 James R. Kittle, James N. '24 Peter N. Eberhart, Richard G. '26 Richard B. Lenke, Dr. Sidney E. '26 Roger R. Newcomb, Russell L. '26 Jonathan Daley, Carroll F. '27 Daniel F. Beers,
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Dartmouth Club Officers Hold Annual Fall Meeting
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THE Dartmouth Club Association, at its annual meeting in Hanover, October 2-3, elected William W. Parmer '42 of Tenafly, N. J., president for 1964-65. Mr. Parmer, assistant to the superintendent of schools in Tenafly, was
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Joel Peter Benezet Memorial
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DR. AND MRS. LOUIS T. BENEZET '36 and their family are establishing at Dartmouth College a memorial for their sophomore son, Joel, who was killed November 30, 1963 while rendering aid on a Vermont roadside. The suggestion of
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Newly Elected Members of the Alumni Council
Newly Elected Members of the Alumni Council
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GEORGE I. DAVIS '28 Glens Falls, N. Y. Member at Large
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REPORT CARD
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Students Give the Alumni College a Straight A
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"The Children Had a Ball"
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"The Alumni College program was just one more evidence of Dartmouth's progressive, liberal spirit. It made me realize that my own prejudice about Dartmouth's superiority as an educational institution and as a continuing source
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
THE former publisher of Cosmopolitan magazine is visiting artist at Dartmouth this fall. How did a magazine publisher come to art?
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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BOB WILDAU '65
THE crowd that filled the auditorium in Leverone Field House for Convocation on September 24 was, as usual, composed mostly of freshmen, because they had to be there, and seniors, because they had suddenly grown nostalgic,
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Defining the "Whole Man"
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UGC President David Weber '65 Is Critical of Campus Values
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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ERNIE ROBERTS
IT would have been hard to get anyone to admit this along about 5 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, October 10. Especially those Old Greens from the last twenty graduating classes who were allotted general admission tickets for the
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A Multi-Lingual Soccer Team
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E. R.
LARRY GEIGER is a slender, dark-haired junior from Harrison, N. Y., who is a very considerate person. When he was a senior at Harrison High, his English teacher suddenly was named coach of the brand new soccer team. He appealed
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PENN GAME PARTY
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The Dartmouth Club of Philadelphia will hold its annual cocktail party after the Dartmouth-Pennsylvania football game on Saturday, November 21. The gathering will be held in the Egyptian Room of the University of
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NOVEMBER SCHEDULE
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FOOTBALL - Nov. 7, Columbia; 14, Cornell at Ithaca; 21, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
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FALL RESULTS TO DATE
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FOOTBALL - Dartmouth 40, New Hampshire 0; Dartmouth 28, Boston University 6; Princeton 37, Dartmouth 7; Dartmouth 24, Brown 14; Dartmouth 48, Harvard 0.
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Reynolds Grants Open To Recent Graduates
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The Faculty Committee on Graduate Fellowships desires to draw the attention of recent alumni to the possibility of applying for one of the James B. Reynolds Foreign Scholarships. These scholarships are tenable for study abroad
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Eddie DeCourcey, Retired Trainer, Dies in Boston
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Eddie DeCourcey, a quiet, optimistic, little man who administered to Dartmouth athletes as a trainer for 48 years, died in Boston City Hospital on October 16, at the age of 81. He had retired on October 1.
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Westchester
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WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN '34
Our annual dinner was held on September 9 at the Bronxville Field Club, presided over by our retiring (not so retiring) president Warren Agry '45. Our most distinguished guests were 17 men of the class of 1968 and their
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Philadelphia
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DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
All previous attendance records for our Freshman Send-Off Dinner were broken when approximately 70 alumni, undergraduates, incoming freshmen and their fathers were present at the first official event at our our new
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Plainfield
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RICHARD C. GRIGGS '60
On Friday, November 6 the Tri-County Alumni Club will hold its first social affair at the Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield. After cocktails and dinner Mo Monahan '45, our vice president, promises a fine program.
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Bergen County
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EDMUND R. SENGHAS '47
Wah Hoo Wah for Bill Parmer '42 of Tenafiy, past president of DCBC, who was elected president of the Dartmouth Club Officers Association at its fall meeting in Hanover early in October. Also attending the meeting were President
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
St. Louis
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EDWARD W. DAUMIT '60
JAMES C. JONES III '38
The annual picnic of the St. Louis Dartmouth Club took place on September 6 at the home of Sue and Tom Curtis '32, in accordance with several years' custom. This has come to be a major event for Dartmouth people in this area,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
The family histories of the four '99ers who left us at Reunion time all have interest: (1) Herbert Adams '28 (May 26), son of Charlie and Mary Adams, was in the eighth generation from Edward Adams, younger son of Henry, who
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Bob Jackson has recently been on a trip to the far WesT. His tour took him among other places to Reno, Nev. He visited this city not for the purpose of patronizing the divorce mill nor to abet the gambling racket, but for a much
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1901
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FRANK E. CUDWORTH
To everyone, be sure to sign your name on the return reunion post cards. They were sent to 35 men and 42 widows. There was not space in the October issue so now I want to thank Johnnie Ward, Chan Cox,Gillie, and Howard Hall for
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
To most of us as freshmen, Jimmy Huntington was one of the "townees" in the class, whose father was Rector of the Episcopal Church and lived in the big house on the West side of Main Street nearly opposite to Deacon Downing's
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
Our November notes will not be too long - lack of news - and not too cheerful. You will see in the In Memoriam section of this or a subsequent issue a write-up of John William Mac Lennan who died August 29. Mac had planned a
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
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HARRY B. JOHNSON
THOMAS W. STREETER
As these notes reach you, some time in November, may the Secretary express to each of you and your families a very happy Thanksgiving Day, and may your table be blessed with love and abundance.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
Death brought relief to Edgar Gilbert on August 23. Long completely incapacitated as the result of a disastrous automobile accident, he had been compelled to give up the life of eager activity which had marked his entire
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
Again the adage "Once a Cape Codder, always a Cape Codder" has been proved. A year ago Caroline and Joe Cushing sold their home on Cape Cod but when this summer rolled around back they went to a rented house. Joe was in the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
The foliage during these autumn days in New England has been beautiful. We wish that it could last for weeks to come, but that is too much to expect of nature.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Your editor took a trip to New Jersey in September and visited a few classmates. He called on the Flanders family in Swanzey on the way down only to learn sadly that Phil had passed on the day before.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
The final accounting is in on the 50th Alumni Fund campaign and 1909 was credited with contributions of $4474.98. Eighteen members or their families have contributed 40 years or more as follows: 1 - 50 yrs.; 3 - 49 yrs.; 4
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
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[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
"Thanks for the memory." It has been interesting, amusing, and otherwise beneficial, to observe the reactions of Tenners, to our postcards picturing reminders of our undergraduate days. They have prompted many comments,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
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[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
Wee Kimball not only publishes an outstanding class newsletter but he also controls the weather. Sept. 22 was as beautiful a fall day as ever comes our way with the fall coloring just breaking forth. This was Wee's and Elsie's
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
The most important bit of news coming our way this month is an account of "Cap" Allen's "footloose in France without itinerary, without reservations, without a camera." Cap and a buddy of his flew out of Kennedy Airport one
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55
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
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[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
George and Helen Watts' trip to Europe was splendid throughout. They were too early for tulips in Holland so spent a week in Paris and took "side trips." Then to Geneva to be with friends and the lovely spring in the lovely Lake
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
The following men are noted for right decisions. They decided to go to Dartmouth College, to graduate in 1914 and to be born in November. Let's stand and give a skoal to: Austin, Barrows, Brown, Campbell, Elkins, Foss,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1915
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[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
Somebody pulled a fast one! Here I am, sitting with a monopoly on the Birthday Card business, and "Wot oppens!" I get a flock of Birthday Greetings! In lieu of individual replies, may I take the liberty of this wholesale
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
We mourn the loss of two classmates in August, each of whom had devoted his life to the teaching of boys and girls, - one in high school and the other in state college. Their obituaries will be in the In Memoriam section of this
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
As a starter, let me ask how many of you remember the amazing standard of golf stamina set by Will Fitch and Walter E. Sands on August 10, 1927, when the two men played 153 holes of match play at the Wayland Golf Club? They
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
w. CURTIS GLOVER
As of October 1, when these notes are being prepared, it looks as though the Class of 1918 is going to be quite active in their attendance of at least three of the football games in October. Em Morse reports that he has
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
Spotted at the opening game at Durham, N. H. were Herb and Sally Fleming, RockHayes, Ed and Jessie Fiske, Stu and Dot Russell and Norm and Elizabeth Sterling. The latter's lovely home in Ponte Vedra weathered hurricane Dora in good
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
Here it is well into the football season. Balch Hill has been unusually brilliant. The autumn foliage was about ten days early this year with a nip in the air. The only '20s seen at the U.N.H. game in Durham were Charlie and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
HAROLD F. BRAMAN
As these notes go to press, word has been received from Jack Hurd that his European journey has been curtailed, and that by mid- October we will be found back in his accustomed orbit. So, for this one month only, his proxy will
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Hopefully some month it will be possible to begin these notes without reporting another classmate has left us. Unfortunately this is not so for the current issue because as In Memoriam reports, Hal Green has passed away.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
Congratulations, Jim Landauer, on your election for a second term as president of the New York Real Estate Board. According to one of Boston's top bankers, this is a singular honor.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
This will be the shortest column ever typed by me, and also the latest filed; today is Columbus Day ... not that that makes any difference, for college classes and business go on as usual while many of you are having a holiday.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
It's a bit difficult to make news out of no news; so your column this month is necessarily brief.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
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KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
Herm Trefethen, our Alumni Fund Head Agent, modestly reports final 1926 accomplishments in this year's campaign: "The outstanding results of the 1964 Golden Anniversary Dartmouth Alumni Fund are a matter of record. $1,624,810.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Since deadline for these notes is a week before Fall Reunion, this is a good time for me to catch you up on notes and news of '27ers near and far.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
Our Fall Reunion the weekend of the Princeton game was a great success. Although the score of the game was a shock, the weekend was a wonderful one in all other aspects. A new attendance record was set with over 80 at the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
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GEORGE B. REDDING
JAMES F. INGRAM
At the Princeton game in Hanover, we spotted the following classmates - Bill Andres, Fred Armstrong, Dick Barrett, Nat Barrows, Duke Barto, Al Bellerose, Trunkie Brittan, Chris Born, Johnnie Calver, Bing Carter, Don Childs, Ed
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
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WALLACE BLAKEY
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Thank you, Harry Condon, effervescent treasurer, for asking each man to take a moment in addition to writing out his dues check, to tell us his latest news, and thanks to all of you who did. You may not be quoted in this issue
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
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WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
JOHN K. BENSON
A nice letter from Ed Shidwell giving a little information about himself but a lot more about "Smiokey Joe" Adams and his very interesting "doings" in Japan now that he has retired to that country. The material in the letter is
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
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JILDO E. CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
Our first direct report on the Hanover summer comes from Leon C. Warner who says "Mary and I attended the Dartmouth Alumni College in August. It was great! Only other '32er was Carl Bang. He and I had a little difficulty
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
On the eve of Ginney's and my leaving for a two-week vacation at the Tides Inn in Virginia, I have not received word from Hanover as to how many Dartmouth '33 sons actually matriculated with the class of '68. However, I had
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
Coming home to Hanover and seeing a new generation take up the beginnings of a life-long Dartmouth association is always a deeply-moving experience. It gives you a tremendous spiritual lift, a comfortable feeling of confidence
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
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WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
It never fails to astonish me how people get into the jobs they have. If you walk through the city, you see people clinging to high ladders or perched on scaffolds to wash the windows of New York. Far below them are men peering
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
Commuters on the New Haven Railroad are not a wildly communicative group. We bear the discomforts of the ride silently and hope the hour plus passes quickly while we scan the daily press. The social pages recently listed the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
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WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
This month's news of '37 is brief. Either your secretary is going to have to get out around the country more, or you people who read this are going to have to send in more items of interest to the class.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
When this appears in print, the football season will be in its last gasp, and I shall hope to have reports from moderately reliable sources as to attendance at the various games. By now, also, the Brown Weekend Reunion will be a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
We certainly vote for fall as our favorite season, and we're not going to write a freshman English theme to prove it. The combination of fall colors and oak logs burning in our fireplace and crisp weather and football games is
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
This is being written before the Fourth Annual Informal Reunion which the executive committee has tried to schedule on the first home Ivy League game and Dartmouth night. This year we have the added excitement of Princeton and
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
It was Thursday, Sept. 24 and your roving reporter was completing a month-long business trip promoting First National City Travelers Checks through Latin America and the Caribbean. On the beautiful island of Nassau with Mrs.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
From all indications, Hanover was the place for 42's to be on October 17. A list of classmates attending reads like a page from Who's Who. On the more reserved side, the following items are passed along for your enlightenment.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
My letters to classmates requesting news receive replies in direct proportion to 1) enclosing a self-addressed envelope; 2) enclosing a self-addressed stamped envelope. Maybe I should send a pen. Walt DeLany came through with a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. McELNEA JR.
Our class politicians are unseemingly quiet this year. Whit Wells has again been named as Cheshire County chairman for John Pillsbury's bid for the New Hampshire governorship. When he isn't stumping, Whit spends his time
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
Congratulations to Joe Martin who was married to Miss Mildred Wallin on August 15. Joe resides in Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a vice-president of Graokla Gas Corporation.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
For those of you who think that the class of 1946 is getting old, I have an amazing, though disappointing, contradictory statement to report. Football tickets for the Princeton game have just been released and it seems that we
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
Hugh Chapin's September "Squaw-ker" contains a magnificent letter from a fellow classmate with Time, Inc. in San Francisco who either a) wrote anonymously, or, b) Hugh left his name out, or c) most probably, ye editor has turned
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
Several of us were able to get together last week here in New York for our annual fall executive committee meeting. The most important business was the official election of two new officers for the class which should strengthen
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
ALFRED A. WAGNER
At the writing of this, we are packing for the annual fall trip to Hanover. A blow by blow report of the proceedings will follow in the next issue. Major item of business will be plans for the 15th reunion. PaulWoodberry is the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
An absolutely magnificent combination of sparkling sunshine, fresh westerly breezes, and a house that's three-quarters painted together with the expected thrills of the National League's final pennant race day and the like make
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
THOMAS M. PORTER
Among the news we have been squirrelling away is that of no less than ten promotions. Advertising account executive ChuckFryer even got his pix in the New York Herald-Tribune last May when he made veep at Young & Rubicam.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
Scant news, this month. Scant. But instead of railing at you and flinging wild invectives I'm going to bless you. Your silence came just in time, for this column, too, was very nearly silent this month.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
The wedding of Fred and Marion Whittemore on September 19 in New York City gave us an opportunity to see the most classmates since 10th reunion. We didn't count them, but there must have been thirty or forty '53's there from all
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
The season of station wagon safaris is upon us once again! Memorial Field, Harvard Stadium, and Yale Bowl beckoned and off in a cloud of exhaust smoke we went, hunting for big game(s). The exploits of our classmates on these
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
HARTWELL PERRY JR.
Dick Roberts was plumb tuckered out from all those junkets to Aspen and Palm Springs and all that wild living during nine years of medical school, internship and residency. So he's settling down to a regular sort of life by
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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STEWART SANDERS
ABNER OAKES 3RD
A long time has passed since much about Pete Weed has appeared on these pages, but here's some news! Pete and Karen Elizabeth Klok were married in New York on Sept. 6. Pete's bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Klok of
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
By the time you read this, the Cards will have won the Series in six games (says this prognosticator), LBJ will be back in office for four years .. . and most of you will probably be situated by the warm hearth, waiting for that
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
As we suspected, when the last issue went to press, at least two marriages had already taken place when we were cheerfully reporting engagements. (If you stop and think about it, this whole program appears to be a fertile field
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
This month, I play the role of a society editor rather than that of a class secretary - most of our news concerns weddings. John May writes of his marriage to Barbara Snavely on August 1 in Lancaster, Pa. Among the ushers were
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
JAMES M. POLLARD
With so many things still undecided as of this writing - the national league pennant race, elections, the auto strike, and the ratings of the new TV shows - it's nice to realize that many 60's are paying no heed to all this
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
Ahh, fall is again upon us with its glorious distinctive sounds: the "popcutbleed" of beer cans, the "sclortch" of mustard falling on your new suit from a soggy hot dog that you paid 75¢ for at Harvard Stadium, the "rippp" as
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
DAVID M. DEWILDE
Somehow these due dates keep getting closer and closer together - or maybe it's just that your letters are getting farther and farther apart. In any event, although I no longer am presumptuous enough to guarantee an immediate
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
This month I'll have to catch up on the backlog of news accumulated from a summer of events, last month's abbreviated column and this month's correspondence. So, right down to business. News of two of the finest athletes ever to
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
Following the critical acclaim that burst forth following my October class notes column, I feel humbled and hesitant to try another. Besides, I have received two threatening phone calls and have discovered a bomb under the hood
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Article
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Club Secretary of the Year
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Richard Barnard '30, secretary of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston, was honored as the Club Secretary of the Year at the annual meeting in Hanover last month. The following citation was read at the dinner:
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Club President of the Year
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At the annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club Officers Association in Hanover last month, Dick Page '54, president of the Dartmouth Club of Hartford, received the award as Club President of the Year. Following is the citation read
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Feature
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The Darthmouth Alumni Fund REPORT 1963-1964 1915 Golden Anniversary 1964
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CHAIRMAN'S REPORT
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Class Achievements and Greerby 1964 Fund Winners
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Percent Participation of Combined Class Class Agent Contributors Index1 Contributions Objective Rating2 VETERAN CLASSES 1895 9 450% $ 810.35 1900 Everett W. Goodhue 56 400 2,669.77 1892 William F. Geiger 6 300 5,831.33
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1964 HONOR ROLLS
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Largest Dollar Total
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A MESSAGE FROM THE 1965 FUND CHAIRMAN
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(Mr. Thompson, who was elected last June by the Alumni Council to serve as Chairman of the Alumni Fund Committee for 1965 and 1966, is Chairman of the Board of Textron, Incorporated of Providence, Rhode Island and a member of
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SILENCER
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL '46
The 1964-65 academic year is off to a fast start. Enrollment is up slightly over last year with a total of 211 students, broken down as follows: 115 first year, 81 second year, and 15 Tuck-Thayer and special students. The
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Thayer School
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RUSSELL STEARNS '38
October 1964 will be remembered not only for its beautiful weather, foliage, fraternity rushing, bonfires, and the high-speed start of classes, but also for the first visit ever of a Princeton football team to Hanover. By the
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Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
On October 30 the Gilman Biological Science Building, the latest addition to the Gilman Biomedical Center, will be dedicated. Morning and afternoon scientific sessions will be held, with the dedicatory exercises at noon. As
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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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"Spud" Bray Dies
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GEORGE C. BRAY (left), known to many Dartmouth men as "Spud" Bray, the wise and understanding campus inspector until his retirement in 1949, died in Hanover's Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital on September 25. He had reached his
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ARIS & CRAFTS
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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