Issue: 19650101

Friday, January 1, 1965
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Front Cover
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Can Congress Survive? A Question Under Study at Dartmouth
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Barbuda WEST INDIES
Barbuda WEST INDIES
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Manchester Federal Savings
Manchester Federal Savings
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Statistically Alarmed
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Roguse Gallery
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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 NAGAZINE
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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IN THIS ISSUE
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QUINTO LINGO
QUINTO LINGO
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Quinfo Lingo Rodale Press, Inc.
Quinfo Lingo Rodale Press, Inc.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
POEMS OF DOUBT AND BELIEF.
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DAVID H. KELSEY
Edited by Tom F. Driver and Robert Pack'51. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1964.258 pp. $5.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
PRINCIPLES OF ASTRONOMY.
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GEORGE Z. DIMITROFF
By Stanley P. Wyatt '42. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1964. 561 pp. $8.95. Trade edition $11.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
STORY PATTERNS IN GREEK TRAGEDY.
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EDWARD M. BRADLEY
By Richmond Lattimore '26. AnnArbor, Mich.: The University of Michigan Press, 1964. 106 pp. $4.00.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
ALL THE BEST IN SWITZERLAND.
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KENNETH R. DAVIS
By Sydney Clark '12. New York: Dodd,Mead & Co., 1964. 293 pp. $4.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE COSTS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENTS – FACTS, TRENDS, MYTHS.
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JOHN A. MENGE
By Frederick C. Mosher '34 and Orville F.Poland. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co.,1964. 180 pp. $3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE CAT IN THE HAT — BEGINNER BOOK DICTIONARY.
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MAUDE D. FRENCH
By the Cathimself (Theodor Seuss Geisel '25) andP. D. Eastman. New York: RandomHouse, Inc., 1964. 133 pp. $2.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY.
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THOMAS B. ROOS
By Prof. William W. Ballard '28 (Biological Sciences). New York:The Ronald Press Co., 1964. 618 pp.$10.00.
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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"Pro Football's Profit Explosion" by Stephen Mahoney '50 appeared in Fortune for November 1964.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Roderick Nash (History) is the author of "Victor L. Berger, Making Marx Respectable" in Wisconsin Magazine ofHistory, Summer 1964, pp. 301-308.
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YOUR TEENAGE DRIVER
YOUR TEENAGE DRIVER
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The Christmas Tree Inn
The Christmas Tree Inn
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CHEFS TABLE RESTAURANT
CHEFS TABLE RESTAURANT
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SCHOOL SERVICE BUREAU
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LOCHEARN
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Rand's FURNITURE STORE
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challenge FARM and WILDERNESS CAMP
challenge FARM and WILDERNESS CAMP
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A Darwin Letter at Dartmouth
A Darwin Letter at Dartmouth
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ROBERT M. STECHER '19
EVERY museum or library has hidden away in its collections, or on its shelves, items of considerable interest which have not been properly recognized or appreciated. It takes the eager eye of a specialist in a particular field
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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Academic Delegates
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At recent academic ceremonies Dartmouth has been represented by:
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THE COTTAGE CRAFTS SHOP
THE COTTAGE CRAFTS SHOP
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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HILDA B. RUSSELL
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD. HANOVIR, N.H.
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GRAY ROCKS INN
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Study Group Visits Colombia
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IN a report recently submitted to government officials of Colombia, a Dartmouth group has made an appraisal of that country's potential for attracting tourists from North America.
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Rare Broadside Added to 1926 Collection
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is an addition to the Class of 1926 Memorial Collection in Baker Library, the College has received the gift of a rare, early New England broadside from Charles Webster '26 of Islip, N. Y.
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A. B. GILE CO.
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IVY LEAGUE GROUP
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TOWN AND GOWN
TOWN AND GOWN
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
A LOOK AT THE ELECTION
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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TODAY'S undergraduates are as individual and as interesting as their hair styles," said a freshman adviser friend. He cited a young sculptor from Thailand, a sophomore poet who has dedicated himself to rescuing Green-sleeves,
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THE COLLEGE
MILLION FOR MEDICAL
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For the second time in less than four months the Dartmouth Medical School has had the pleasure of announcing a grant in the amount of seven figures. Earlier in the year a grant of $2,000,000 was awarded by the James Foundation
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THE COLLEGE
ARCHITECT CHOSEN
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The New York architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has been chosen to design the new Kiewit Computation Center.
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THE COLLEGE
AID FOR '64 STUDIED
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In addition to a detailed account of record scholarship awards of $1,015,807 and loans of $367,695, also a new high, for 1963-64, the annual report of the Office of Financial Aid provides some interesting facts and figures on a
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THE COLLEGE
ABC FILMSTRIP
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A sound, color filmstrip on what has been described as potentially one of Dartmouth's most important programs, Project ABC, will be sent to Dartmouth's alumni clubs for showings to local alumni and other individuals and agencies.
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THE COLLEGE
PRESIDENT ON THE ROAD
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The schedule for President Dickey's annual trip to speak before alumni groups is as follows: February 2, Boston Dinner; March 16, Springfield, Mass.; March 21, Denver, Colo.; March 23, Chicago, Ill.; March 25, Cleveland, Ohio;
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THE COLLEGE
S.S. ELEAZAR WHEELOCK
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The brass name plate of the former Liberty Ship S.S. Eleazar Wheelock, named for Dartmouth's founder, has been presented to the College as a memorial to both the ship and the man.
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THE COLLEGE
32,000 STRONG
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The latest quarterly report from the Alumni Records Office lists a total of 32,504 living Dartmouth alumni. Of this grand total, 30,941 are alumni of the College proper. Associated school alumni who did not matriculate in the
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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NEIL O. SHELDON '18, elected President of the General Mutual Insurance Co. of Albany, N. Y.
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CAN CONGRESS SURVIVE?
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ROGER H. DAVIDSON
A SPECTRE is haunting Capitol Hill these days. It dogged the Members of the 88th Congress last October when they turned aside from unfinished business to adjourn and make their biennial trek to the hustings. It will confront the
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THE AUTHOR:
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THE AUTHOR: Roger H. Davidson joined Dartmouth's Department of Government in 1962 and was promoted to Assistant Professor last year. He specializes in American government and politics, particularly political parties,
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Dartmouth on Capitol Hill
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THOMAS B. CURTIS '32 (R) of St. Louis, now beginning his eighth consecutive term as Representative from Missouri's 2nd District, is one of the most respected and influential men in Congress, both as No. 2 Republican on the powerful Ways
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
Two faculty members have books coming out this month. G. Walter Woodworth, Leon E. Williams Professor of Finance and Banking at the Tuck School, has written Money Markets andMonetary Management. Alexander J. McKelway, Instructor
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Jenkins Gift of $2500 A Boon to Spanish Club
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BY means of a gift of $2500 from William A. Jenkins '54 of Puebla, Mexico, a former member, the Spanish Club at Dartmouth has been enabled to furnish and decorate its new quarters in Robinson Hall in distinctive Spanish
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ALUMNI COLLEGE 1965
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Second 11-Day Session in Hanover Is Scheduled for August 15 to 26
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HOW TO ENROLL
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Alumni wishing to assure them- selves of a reservation for Alumni College may do so by sending a $35 registration fee to J. Michael McGean, Director, 1965 Alumni College, 205 Crosby Hall, Hanover, N. H. Checks should be made
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A FINANCIAL MILESTONE
College's Endowment Tops $100,000,000
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THE College's annual financial report for 1963-64, released last month in printed form after its submission to the Board of Trustees by Treasurer John F. Meek '33, shows that operations for the year finished in the black with a
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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BOB WILDAU '65
EACH of the three terms here takes on a particular character from the combination of North Country season and the pattern of the College calendar.
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Cosmopolitan Club Is An Active Center For Foreign Students
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A. DAVID MANGELSDORFF '67
THE first Cosmopolitan Club at Dartmouth College started in March 1911, when a temporary organization was created as a result of the work of Kiyo Inui, a Japanese orator who was visiting the campus. The organization drew up
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He Coined a Book
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You can inform J. Eric Engstrom '65 that today's undergraduates are so overworked they have no time for extracurricular activities. But he probably won't believe you. And why should he?
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D.O.C. Memorial Fund To Encourage Expeditions
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As evidence that the spirit of outdoor „ adventure will never be a lost tradition for the Dartmouth Outing Club, that organization has established a singular fund to memorialize and encourage the venturesome as its dual
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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ERNIE ROBERTS
IF we play decent basketball out west, we can build our confidence for the Ivy League race later. If we are beaten badly, it could hurt us, true.
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Modern Swimming Is Rugged
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ERNIE ROBERTS
TWENTY-FIVE years ago two Dartmouth students who had been cut from other sports teams took up swimming. They worked hard and by the time they were seniors, both John Storrs '42 and Fred Worthen '42 were selected to the
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Boston
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RICHARD BARNARD '30
President Gordon Wentworth '40 wants you all to be reminded that the annual dinner meeting will take place on February 2, 1965 at the Harvard Club beginning with a social hour after five o'clock. President Dickey will be the
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
New Orleans
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BRUNSWICK G. DEUTSCH '35
The November luncheon meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Louisiana was held at famed International House on November 17 with the following members in attendance: John L. Dellinger '46; Brunswick G. Deutsch '35; Downey M. Gray,
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Plainfield
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RICHARD C. GRIGGS '60
As many of the 300 Dartmouth men in our area know, the Club has embarked upon an ambitious program this year. Much of our activity will be directed toward encouraging qualified students from our area to go to Dartmouth. Through
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Dallas
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ERNEST STEPHENS JR. '52
The annual picnic of the Dartmouth Club of Dallas took place on November 7 at the home of Dot and Bill Heroy '37. A better than average turn-out added to the enjoyment of a beautiful fall day - not too different from those
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
New York
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EUGENE SCHWARTZ '33
The Club has an exciting schedule of entertainment this year. We want to publish it in this column as a reminder to our members, and as a notice to all Dartmouth alumni to mark their calendars for the events which are of
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Phoenix
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WILLIAM E. MILLER '51
TOWER C. SNOW '31
Thanks to the efforts of our new meeting secretary, Russell S. Fisher '17, and his assistants, a telephone reminder of our meeting brought out our best turn out to date. Among those showing were the following: William F.
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Ann Arbor
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DANIEL WEINTRAUB '54
'Tis a most peculiar membership problem. At least a quarter of our members are attending the University of Michigan Law School. Add in other University postgraduates, stir with a handful of mobile faculty, medical and business
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Essex and Morris
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR. '49
Our club held its first function of the year at the Rock Spring Corral in West Orange on Thursday, November 19. At that time, Seaver Peters '54, Associate Director of Athletics, joined us for our stag smoker and showed movies of
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Cape Cod
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ROBERT M. BURRILL '50
The November 24 luncheon meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod celebrated "old-timers day." Introduced as the oldest to attend was Harland Cate '0l, a resident of West Dennis. Stanley Besse '05 talked of college
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Chicago
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A. EDWARD GRINTON III '54
JAMES S. BRANNEN '60
The Chicago Association wound up a very busy and highly successful 1964 with a father and son luncheon on December 29 at the University Club. Two Chicago area undergraduates addressed the well-attended gathering of alumni and
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Pittsfield
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HENRY H. WILLIAMS JR. '49
Forty members, wives, parents, and guests of the Dartmouth Club of Berkshire County gathered at the Crane Inn in Dalton, Mass., for the annual meeting, December 3. Included among the guests were school superintendents,
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Pittsburgh
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FOSTER L. ABORN '56
RUSSELL M. SMITH '56
With half of the 1964-1965 club year now over, Dartmouth Men of Western Pennsylvania have not been heard from in these pages of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. This is not to say we haven't been busy, for indeed we have! Early in the fall
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Philadelphia
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DAVID. J. STEINBERG '55
It seemed like thousands (probably hundreds) of Dartmouth alumni, wives, dates, and friends joined together for a great time at our Club's perennial post Penn Game Cocktail Party held in the Upper Egyptian Room of the
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Hartford
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RICHARD A. WATSON '59
As usual, it is hard to believe that we are half-way through our club year and into brand new 1965. In thinking back, however, I find that sure enough, time has been flying, and we have been using it to our best advantage. The
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WHY BERGEN'S BRAGGING
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The Dartmouth Club of Bergen County (N. J.) reports its first female member by right of an earned Dartmouth degree. The former Pat Bishop, who received a Dartmouth M.A. in biological sciences last June, also has a Dartmouth
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1898
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST P. SEELMAN
It is regrettable that the resumption of '98 alumni notes should be occasioned by news of the death at Marysville, Ohio, on Oct. 28, 1964 of our beloved classmate, John Eckstorm. The record of his life and achievements is to be
4719181_19650101_000083.xml
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37
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
In the December column the secretary tried to answer a question recently asked: "Who was the oldest '99er?" Answering, he gave the birth dates of five men born in 1870, 1871, or 1872, - Sleeper, Musgrove, Evans, Lyster, and Nye;
4719181_19650101_000084.xml
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37,38
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
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[no value]
[no value]
EVERETT W. GOODHUE
This is a banner year for 1900. In June we hold our 65th reunion. At this writing 9 out of 13 living graduates hope to be present. But 9 men however vigorous and versatile, calendar years to the contrary notwithstanding, do not
4719181_19650101_000085.xml
article
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38
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1901
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK E. CUD WORTH
A letter from Florence Bryant reads in part as follows: "Your classmate K Bryant, as you call him, passed away November 21, 1964. He was in the hospital only two days and went very quietly. Life had been difficult for him for
4719181_19650101_000086.xml
article
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38
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1902
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[no value]
[no value]
JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
There is no question but that the record for extensive latter day travel in the class of 1902 is held by Duckie Drake, but it comes as no surprise to receive an exotic "Mele Kalikimaka" card from H. E. Plumer, postmarked,
4719181_19650101_000087.xml
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38
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALBERT E. SMITH
Early in last October at the finish of the Boston University game in Hanover, I had a few minutes' chat with Ned Kenerson. Just before Thanksgiving, maybe November 25, an interesting letter from Ned at Green Valley, Ariz., told
4719181_19650101_000088.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARRY B. JOHNSON
THOMAS W. STREETER
"L.W."
Beck, definitely better, has asked me to do the class notes while he is resting to regain his strength.
4719181_19650101_000089.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
Warm New Year's greetings! To those of you who are blessed with reasonably robust health, we wish continued health and vigor. To those less fortunate, we hope for increased health and happiness.
4719181_19650101_000090.xml
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39
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
NORMAN RUSSELL
If there were any classmates at the Yale or Penn games I did not happen to see them. However at the Yale game I had the pleasure of a visit with Betty Meader, the daughter of Bess and Shorty Neal. She said that her father was in
4719181_19650101_000091.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
The New Year of 1965 has arrived. For Auld Lang Syne: The bells ring out the old and ring in the new and bring back many memories to us all, so I wish you all a Happy, Healthy New Year: Classmates, wives, widows, sons, and
4719181_19650101_000092.xml
article
40
40
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
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[no value]
[no value]
Notes Editor
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Dorothy Fiske reported that on December 1 she would leave her cottage in North Falmouth for a small furnished apartment where she will be near her home and the cemetery but the telephone number and the address will not be
4719181_19650101_000093.xml
article
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40
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
The annual banquet of the Boston Alumni Association will be held on Tuesday evening, February 2, 1965 at the Harvard Club on Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. "Oughty nine Up."
4719181_19650101_000094.xml
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40,41
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
"In '65 - it's 55! Back to Hanover 1910." When our Reunion Committee hurls that command-slogan at us those planners hope and expect that a responsive chord will be stirred in every Tenner. But observation, history, and
4719181_19650101_000095.xml
article
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41
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
Are you going to be one of the "Forty-Odders" next June? Who are they? It is a name adapted from the vernacular given in reply to the question "How many were at the Mountain View last June?" And the answer would be "about
4719181_19650101_000096.xml
article
41
41,42
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
'12 up! The most important date on your calendar is the 53rd Class Reunion coming up in Hanover this June 14-17. Brown Hall again will be ours with the class banquet at the Outing Club and three Sundown Hours all properly
4719181_19650101_000097.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
Hope you had a good Christmas and can start the New Year well. May it be Happy and Prosperous, is the wish of all your officers.
4719181_19650101_000098.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
According to the ancient Greeks — or perhaps it was the Assyrians - there is an old proverb to the effect that the most effective way to start the year is to be born. These fellows heeded the injunction and entered this "vale
4719181_19650101_000099.xml
article
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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
Here's a post-New Year's tip that may come in handy — Sometimes a pinch of salt can be improved by dropping it into a glass of beer!
4719181_19650101_000100.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
Glens Falls had surely taken our classmate, the late Bill Brown, to their hearts, and the editorials of the local papers speak eloquently of their regard for Bill. The Post-Star ends its long editorial with these words: "Mr.
4719181_19650101_000101.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
The November Dartmouth Horizons program at Hanover was attended by three '17 couples, Ralph and Ethel Sanborn, Normand Mary McCulloch and Sam and Dorothy MacKillop. They all enjoyed the program tremendously. Helen and the writer
4719181_19650101_000102.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
Last June, all during the Reunion period, Al Gottschaldt urged that our Class give serious consideration to a get-together in Florida this winter. He believes he found quite a few classmates who thought well of this idea. The
4719181_19650101_000103.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1919
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
A most Happy New Year to all '19ers and their widows, is the wish of your Secretary, typing these notes on a. real cold day in Hanover and looking forward to our annual jaunt to what we hear is warm and sunny Florida. Quoting
4719181_19650101_000104.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
While picnicking before the Columbia game in Hanover at the Leverone Field House parking lot the following joined us in tailgating: Dal and Margaret Dalrymple,Tink and Esther Lombard, and Jim Robertson who brought along his
4719181_19650101_000105.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
Connie Keyes enjoys enormously the litheness of Orientals and recalls Chinese in Singapore by the light of a lamp. To play some recondite game of chance without tables and chairs they squatted for hours and later arose without
4719181_19650101_000106.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Happy New Year to all as the class begins our 47th year since entering the college as freshmen. There were 434 of us in that autumn of 1918. With later additions the total class count increased to 485. Now we greet 1965 with
4719181_19650101_000107.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
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[no value]
[no value]
CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
Olive and Ted Caswell were hostess and host at a cocktail party given at their Osterville Cape home Sunday before Labor Day for Charlie and Jean Rice. This party had a distinct 1923 complexion as it included Pen and Bernice
4719181_19650101_000108.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
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[no value]
[no value]
CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
Skiing, anyone? This year, after a very warm spell while you mid-westerners were having blizzards, it got very cold and snowsleet to set a good base. Now it's examination time, first term is over, and the slopes and the
4719181_19650101_000109.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
This is a final report on activities surrounding the football schedule. En route to Hanover on Friday before the Columbia game, we detoured through Durham to watch our well-balanced freshman team wallop their counterparts of
4719181_19650101_000110.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
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[no value]
[no value]
KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
Many of us joined the "60 Club" last year, and a few in previous years. During the first quarter of 1965 we welcome to membership these younger classmates. This month - Chim Curtis, Ben Kent, Hugh Morrison, Art Smith, Bob
4719181_19650101_000111.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
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[no value]
[no value]
ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
My letter to Masuo Iwanami announcing his adoption as a member of the Class of 1927 brought a prompt acknowledgment saying in part as follows: "Will you please accept my warmest thanks for this honor which has been conferred on
4719181_19650101_000112.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
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[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The annual '28 Winter Round-up at the Dartmouth Club in New York on January 20 is attracting classmates from many eastern states. Come at 5 if you can; dinner at 7. A prominent alumnus will be our speaker.
4719181_19650101_000113.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE B. REDDING
JAMES F. INGRAM
Although it is only the fourth day of December, our mind does a double take when we realize that it will be the new year of 1965 when you read these notes. This is the year of our 35th Reunion. Make it your resolve now to
4719181_19650101_000114.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
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[no value]
[no value]
WALLACE BLAKEY
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Hello, Thirty - Well, hello Thirty! Theme song for a rip-roaring reunion June 14 to 16, 1965. Start planning now, all your old friends want to see you and your family in Hanover those dates. Bring your children, or as many as
4719181_19650101_000115.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
JOHN K. BENSON
Too -soon ve get oldt - too late ve get schmardt! Isn't it amazing that there are only six months left before the 35th myth is no longer a myth? Time is a-flittin' and there's no time for just sitting on your pants and not
4719181_19650101_000116.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
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[no value]
[no value]
JILDO E. CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
The post card fare continues interestingly from many including Carl Ward, who is a claims examiner for the Paul Revere Life Insurance Company in San Francisco. Continues Carl: "Wife Phyl, active in ice skating (dancing).
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
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[no value]
[no value]
JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
The Class of '33 is real proud of Representative John Monagan who was re-elected to his fourth consecutive term in Congress from Connecticut's 5th Congressional District by an overwhelming majority and of Hank Smith who took
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
Another year slips into the past, and a new one beckons us to whatever adventure lies ahead. As we fix our sights on the future, we take one quick glance at 1964 and review some of the past.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
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[no value]
[no value]
WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
If at the moment I don't have much news about members of the class at least I have some about sons of '35. Center-half Dan Swander III, captain of Trinity's New England championship soccer team (they beat Dartmouth 2-1 in the
4719181_19650101_000120.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
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[no value]
RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
Santa Claus has come and gone and all that remains is the valiant effort to maintain the A-1 credit rating. Santa was really the originator of "fly now, pay later." For the Chinese the year of the dragon is making way for the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
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[no value]
WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
When the Class Twenty-Five Year Book came out just before reunion in 1962 one of the more interesting biographies was supplied by Jack Young who had managed the Lone Star Cement Corp. facilities in Cuba until the Castro
4719181_19650101_000122.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
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[no value]
JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
As this is being written, the first snowfall of the year is softly coming down over Hanover. The Christmas trees are up all along Main Street and around the campus, and a huge tree stands where next month the Carnival snow
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
You all will be sorry to hear that Austin Igleheart was found dead on November 9 at his home in Greenwich, Conn. This was a very tragic event, and a more complete notice will be found in the In Memoriam section in this or a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
Happy New Year to one and all! And welcome to 1965, the year of our first, last and only 25th Reunion. By now lots of plans have been made in lots of homes to head back to the Hanover Plain next June and we hope that your abode
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Due to space limitations I was able to cover only briefly in my December notes the recent meeting of the class executive committee in New York. Because of the increased amount of work required in our class affairs between now
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
Season's greetings and best wishes for 1965 are extended to you and your family by the officers of the Class. The year just passed was a most successful one for the College and the Class and it is our prayer that both might
4719181_19650101_000127.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
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[no value]
CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
Collateral duties of class secretary are challenging. This month, for instance, I settled a big argument between two Harvard Law students whether Dartmouth '43 graduates earned more annual income than Amherst '43s. After
4719181_19650101_000128.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
We now have our first "alumna" of Dartmouth. Charlie and Ginny Mottola's daughter Susan, a high school senior in Newnan, Ga., attended the Summer Program in Hanover this year and got her Dartmouth certificate. Charlie, who
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
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[no value]
DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
The reason for President Johnson's landslide victory is now apparent - '45 had a part to play in it. John Ormond has been active in the Democratic push this year, first as a delegate to the national convention from Louisiana,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
A little news filtered in this month but it is still far below normal and, therefore, I once again have to plead for information on what you guys are doing. I cannot believe that 900 individuals are remaining status quo, so how
4719181_19650101_000131.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
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[no value]
JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
The chill of winter is upon us and the same chill must have caused severe writer's cramp in the far flung '47 world ... so this one is going to have to be short and sweet. One of the leading department stores in
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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[no value]
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
Another year has passed which I hope was one of accomplishments and successes for members of our class and their families. I am sure the year 1965 will see more rewards for our classmates spread throughout the world. It is
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
ALFRED A. WAGNER
Reunion is June 17-20, in case you had forgotten the date. Paul Woodberry and company are hot at the preparations. Detailed report due after the first of the year.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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[no value]
SCOTT c. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
It's likely that you have a stack of Christmas cards unread, or at least unanswered, and you need another bit of verbiage to begin the New Year like you need a second python. Assuming your first viper has frostbite. Or
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
THOMAS M. PORTER
Since it's January, let's start off with New Year's Resolutions. In spite of such pangs of conscience as we may get, most such resolutions are rather fun to break. I'm now going to suggest to you one which breaking should not
4719181_19650101_000136.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
And how many resolutions have you broken already this bright new year? Or were you one of those wise ones who resolved nothing more than to get yourself from Jan. 1, 1965 to Jan. 1, 1966 with the least possible fuss and
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
Hope you all had a pleasant Christmas and best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year. If December is any indication, it looks like it's going to be a long cold winter. I guess a lot of us have softened up some since those
4719181_19650101_000138.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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[no value]
RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
I don't know whether or not this new year is being celebrated as the year of the monkey in Japan or in China but it certainly is the year of the monkey at Dartmouth. On our recent visit to Hanover for the class executive
4719181_19650101_000139.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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[no value]
JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
W. HARTWELL PERRY JR.
Pete Fishbein, now back at law practice in New York, finished up his government service with a flourish, including a spell on the White House staff. He had been globehopping for nearly two years as an assistant secretary
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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[no value]
STEWART SANDERS
ABNER OAKES 3RD
Here's to a hardworking and dedicated guy. After a tour in the Army, Steve Swenson went into teaching at the Darrow School in upstate New York. At that time athletic teams of Darrow, Avon Old Farm School, and Suffield Academy
4719181_19650101_000141.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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[no value]
JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
The customary comment at this juncture is Happy New Year. We're off and running in the big year of '65. I have no doubt that it will be a prosperous one for all the glad tidings and welcome news that I will be receiving from
4719181_19650101_000142.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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[no value]
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
Announcement has been made, since we last went to press, of the addition of several new members to '58 families. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Palermo, of Hanover, now have a daughter, Kristen, born October 21. On November 7, Ed Caress and
4719181_19650101_000143.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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[no value]
RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
I trust Santa Claus ruined your budgets and the kids woke up bright and early on New Year's morning.
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
JAMES M. POLLARD
It is most interesting to note the present foreign locations of several of the more adventurous members of the class. Quite a few of our members seem to be going with the Peace Corps or the Diplomatic Service. Roger Wolf and
4719181_19650101_000145.xml
article
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72
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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[no value]
JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
Speaking of Moe Banks, not only is he (now) married to the former Miss Ellen Weber, but he has been admitted to the Connecticut Bar (hope you didn't hold the reception in there, Moe) and he is also go ing to NYU studying towards
4719181_19650101_000146.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1962
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[no value]
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PAUL WEINBERG
DAVID M. DEWILDE
Maybe it isn't proper to start the column with a gripe, but I've been insulted - I think. Got a letter the other day with a great big return address on it: Yale Alumni Association of Michigan. The material inside cordially
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
This month's column will have to be a rather disjointed effort. I'm in the middle of preparation for finals and after a term of total neglect of course work, it's tough. 1 can't count the times I've wished I were back in Hanover
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
Johnny Quest was recently involved in a duel to the death with a group of hostile pygmies. Race and Bandit were instrumental in subduing the attackers. For those of you who aren't faithful TV fans Johnny Quest is a fictional
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Article
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Honored for Service to Radio Liberty
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HOWLAND H. SARGEANT '32, president of the Radio Liberty Committee, was honored last month for his '"contribution to reaching the peoples of the Soviet Union with the free world's side of the story." The Committee's main
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Article
ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M' 27
A nostalgic touch for all ex-skiers - here we are, two weeks away from Christmas recess as I write this, and the Dartmouth Skiway is already open!
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Article
ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Tuck School
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
By the time you read this the first term of the current academic year will be history, and also an integral part of the whole experience for the students. It is a pleasure to report that this term has gone well - the great
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Article
ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Thayer School
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RUSS STEARNS '38
On December 4, the 65 sophomore students in Engineering Science 21, Introduction to Engineering, presented their finished projects to a panel of judges, and an enthusiastic audience from Hanover and points more distant. This
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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 COTTAGE CRAFTS SHOP
THE COTTAGE CRAFTS SHOP
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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