Issue: 19650201

Monday, February 1, 1965
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A New Breed of Chubber: The DOC's Program to Meet His Needs
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GENERAL MOTORS
GENERAL MOTORS
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Chemical New York
Chemical New York
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THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
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Masthead
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Dartmouth MAGAZINE
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Table of Contents
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IN THIS ISSUE
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Praise for Braden
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DARTMOUTH WALLPAPER
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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LINCOLN Contimental
LINCOLN Contimental
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Webster Associates
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VAGABOND RANCH
VAGABOND RANCH
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The Christmas Tree Inn
The Christmas Tree Inn
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The Battle of the Non-Teachers
The Battle of the Non-Teachers
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M. DANIEL SMITH '46
A RECENT article by Thomas W. Braden '40 described a game to frustrate boredom in a meeting of the California State Board of Education; the player reduces what Barzun would call the "pseudo-jargon" of a group of specialists
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE FEDERAL BULLDOZER – A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF URBAN RENEWAL, 1949-1962.
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FRANK SMALLWOOD '51
By Martin Anderson '57. Cambridge, Mass.: The M.I.T.Press, 1964. 272 pp. $5.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
PRIMARY INTRAMEDULLARY TUMORS OF THE SPINAL CORD AND FILUM TERM IN ALE.
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RALPH W. HUNTER '31, M.D.
By Johan L.Sloof M.D., James W. Kernohan M.D.,and Collin S. MacCarty '37 M.D. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1964.255 pp. $13.50.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
WINTER STATION.
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JOHN G. GARRARD
By Yevgeny Yevtushenko with English rhymed translationby Oliver J. Frederiksen 'l6. Munich:Carl Gerber Verlag, Publishers, 1964. 77pp. $2.50.
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE CROSS-COUNTRY SKI BOOK.
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CHARLES E. BREED '51
ByJohnny Caldwell '50. Brattleboro, Vt.:Stephen Greene Press, 1964. 80 pp. $1.95(paperbound), $3.50 (hardbound).
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
INTERVIEWING COSTS IN SURVEY RESEARCH.
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JOHN ADLER '49
By Prof. Charles S. Mayer(Tuck School). Ann Arbor, Mich.: Graduate School of Business Administration,Univ. of Michigan, 1964. 114 pp. $4.00.
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Briefly Noted
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Former headmaster of Tabor Academy in Massachusetts, W. Huston Lillard '05 has recalled two vivid years in his life., 1946 and 1947, when he served in Austria as Chief of the Resettlement Division of the United Nations'
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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James C. Risk '37 is the author of an article in The Numismatic Review called "George Washington and the Bank of England Stock!" The issue is Vol. V, No. 5, 1964.
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challenge
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"Greensleeves" Alumni Issue
"Greensleeves" Alumni Issue
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A SCORE or more of professional writers who carry Dartmouth's banner in the world of contemporary letters will have their work in the special supplement to the spring issue of Greensleeves, the student literary magazine, now
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TOWN AND GOWN
ONCE AGAIN ACROSS THE RIVER
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ALLEN R. FOLEY '20
It has been a long time since I invited you to Vermont, with stories in mind, and the Editor says that once in a while it is permissible to make such an excursion.
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THE COLLEGE
THE COLLEGE
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THE Interfraternity Play Contest provides the most exciting drama of the year," one of the preliminary judges of the 30th annual competition now underway remarked. "And at a fantastic bargain rate!"
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THE COLLEGE
SPOTLIGHT ON JAPAN
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When it was announced that the dynamic men running Hopkins Center and the Comparative Studies Center working together would mount the sixth-month, campus-wide program centered on Japanese culture and history, a Hanover wag
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THE COLLEGE
1965 ALUMNI COLLEGE
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Some 150 alumni and their wives have registered for the 1965 Alumni College in the less than one month since the MAGAZINE reported on the costs, curriculum, and faculty. Places remaining in the "class" will be filled on a
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THE COLLEGE
AWARDS FOR THREE
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Secretary of the College Sidney C. Hayward '26, Alumni Recorder Emeritus Charlotte Ford Morrison (Mrs. Hugh S. '26), and ALUMNI MAGAZINE Editor Charles E. Widmayer '30 were among 22 college and university administrators
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THE COLLEGE
GLEE CLUB TOUR
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The Dartmouth College Glee Club on its spring tour will give concerts sponsored by eleven Dartmouth alumni clubs. Additional concerts are being arranged and will be reported next month. The Glee Club's alumni club concerts are
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THE COLLEGE
$110,000 IN GRANTS
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Dartmouth has received two grants totaling more than $110,000, to aid graduate study, from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
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THE COLLEGE
PARENTS CHAIRMAN
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Ellison L. Hazard of Darien, Conn., has been named chairman of the 1965 Dartmouth College Parents Fund Committee. Mr. Hazard, President of Continental Can Co., was a member of the 1964 Committee that raised more than
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THE COLLEGE
MISCELLANEOUS
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Two graduate students at Thayer School of Engineering have won the Design News Award for projects designed to aid industry. John E. Christiansen Jr. of Keene, N. H. and Dale E. Runge of Higginsville, Mo., devised a plan to improve
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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EDWARD c. COLE '26, Executive Officer of Yale Drama School, recipient of the Annual Award of Merit from the American Educational Theatre Association.
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Dartmouth's Story Superbly Told
Dartmouth's Story Superbly Told
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ALBERT I. DICKERSON '30
NEW HISTORY PUBLISHED THIS MONTH
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Freshman-Sophomore Curriculum Revised
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Two basic changes in the freshman-sophomore curriculum affecting the distribution requirement and the time of choosing a major course of study have been approved by the Dartmouth faculty. Three other proposals that also
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Two More Ph.D.'s Approved
Two More Ph.D.'s Approved
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Two new graduate programs leading to the doctoral degree were announced by the College with the opening of the winter term. The Department of Physics and Astronomy, which now offers the A.M. degree, has received Trustee
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A NEW BREED OF CHUBBER
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JOHN ALDEN THAYER JR. '65
The DOC, vigorous but no longer the dominant extracurricular activity, adapts to new student interests and needs
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"It Was Quiet, Serene, and Beautiful"
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GEORGE R. ANDREWS '37
A nostalgic account of skiing in the '30s when you got yourself uphill and descended alone, not six abreast
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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BOB WILDAU '65
UNDERGRADUATES, admissions officers, and counselors all over the East must have shaken their heads at the story on "The Freshman Blues" in Life Magazine's issue of January 8. Yale freshman Timothy Thompson, a high school
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Business Still Draws Its Share of Graduates
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ADDISON L. WINSHIP '42
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT
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Tuck School Author
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
A recent news story noted that Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was negotiating for the screen rights to a new book, The MollyMaguires. What gave the article its incongruent twist was that the book was written by a Tuck School professor of
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THE FACULTY
THE FACULTY
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
THE passing of 1964 also saw the passing of one of the most popular courses in recent College history. Prof. Hugh S. Morrison '26 delivered the final lecture in Art 1 (Architecture) early in December and thereby ended an era.
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SPORTS SCHEDULE
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BASKETBALL - Feb. 2, Holy Cross; 5, Cornell at Ithaca; 6, Columbia at New York; 12, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia; 13, Princeton at Princeton; 19, Princeton; 20, Pennsylvania; 26, Brown at Providence; 27, Yale at New Haven; March
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WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS
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ERNIE ROBERTS
SOMEONE threw a live chicken, painted red, on the ice. The freshman hockey manager skidded over, outstared the chicken, and threw it back into the stands. Then a large fish was tossed into the rink. The uproar continued for five
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Winter Sports Need Transfusion
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ERNIE ROBERTS
HANOVER winters have been getting longer and colder for students and fans of Dartmouth athletic teams.
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Last Month's Results
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BASKETBALL — Ohio State won, 90-59; Dayton won, 98-70; Kentucky won, 107-67; Cornell won, 95-91; Columbia won, 85-77; Harvard won, 98-80; Holy Cross won, 93-74; Dartmouth 85, New Hampshire 79; Harvard won, 91-79.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Denver
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THOMAS C. SEAWELL '59
The annual Christmas luncheon was held December 19, 1964 at the University Club. Attendance by alumni and undergraduates was high and we enjoyed as our guests many outstanding high school seniors. The prime order of business was
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
New York
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EUGENE SCHWARTZ '33
The Club ushered in the Christmas season with a fine party on Thursday, December 17, 1964. Door prizes, dancing, and Christmas cheer contributed to a good time by all the members who attended.
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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 luncheon of the St. Louis Dartmouth Club took place on December 29. As usual, our principal guests were high school seniors who are applying for admission to the next Dartmouth freshman class. There were about 125
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Glens Falls
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COOPER B. RHODES '25
The winter dinner meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Glens Falls and vicinity was held on December 9 at the Queensbury Inn, Glens Falls. Dinner was preceded by a cocktail hour. Approximately forty alumni, wives and guests
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Cleveland
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FREDERICK R. HARRELL '53
CHRISTMAS: Traditionally, in Cleveland, this is the time when local alumni entertain at luncheon aspiring Dartmouth applicants. This year, almost too appropriately, our first speaker at the Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel affair was
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Philadelphia
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DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
Approximately 200 Dartmouth alumni, undergraduates, dads, and guests (including 40 Cornell alumni) spent a most enjoyable afternoon on Monday, December 28, at our Annual Dutch Treat Luncheon to celebrate the beginning of the
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Phoenix
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WILLIAM E. MILLER '51
TOWER C. SNO.W '31
An informal reception was held on December 29 at the Green Gables Restaurant in Phoenix, Ariz., by the local alumni to welcome and get acquainted with prospective applicants for the Class of 1969.
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NEWS FROM THE CLUBS
Sarasota
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JAMES BONNYMAN .'18
The first dinner meeting of the 1964-5 season of the Dartmouth Club of Sarasota was held at the Sarasota Yacht Club on December 10, and was attended by 42 Dartmouth men and their ladies. Gil Swett '17 gave an interesting report
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Club Scholarships Reach a Milestone
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A milestone in the Dartmouth Alumni Club Scholarship Program — total combined endowment of a half-million dollars — was passed in 1964, the 30th anniversary of the inauguration of the program.
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New York Club Offers Coupon Books
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Dartmouth alumni, visiting New York City, may now avail themselves of the facilities of the Dartmouth Club of New York under a new plan recently introduced by the Club.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
Most letters can stand a postscript. Our Christmas newsletter is no exception. Here are two that really belong in February.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Christmas is an especially happy time for your secretary for it is the one period in the year when a considerable amount of news about members of the 1900 family comes in. The 1900 ALUMNI MAGAZINE news cupboard is somewhat
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1901
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FRANK E. CUDWORTH
We have lost our long-time and faithful class agent, whom we all loved, JohnnieWard, but we must carry on. Clifford L. Jordan Jr. '45, executive secretary of the Alumni Fund, has asked me to take over those duties until someone else
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
It will be another month yet before we will be flexing our muscles in preparation for the Alumni Fund Campaign starting April 1. You all know what the Fund campaign is for and have already thought through your respective parts
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1904
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LEON W. WEBSTER
THOMAS W. STREETER
It is with great sadness that we bring this report to the class. Beck, our devoted secretary for 25 years has gone on to meet his departed classmates and prepare a place for his remaining "boys and girls." Harry Becket Johnson
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
The youngest living member of our class, Henry Norton, reached his 80th birthday last October. (Incidentally, Harold Haskell and Shirley Cunningham are only two months older than Henry.) No one in the class has achieved success
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
On Sunday, December 6, 1964, at the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Nat Leverone was presented a special Citation of Merit by the American Bible Society in recognition of his many years of leadership in Christianity
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
Your Secretary has just received word that Dwight W. Hiestand of Chicago suffered a stroke on December 2 and has been in the hospital for several weeks. His speech was affected temporarily but seems to be about normal at this
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Katherine Blakely reports that JessieMunkelt has been ill with shingles. Katherine is planning a short trip to Europe in April with a group from the National Life Insurance Company of Montpelier by K.L.M. from Montreal to Amsterdam.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
There are 87 members of the Class that we should have news from but only about 70 have been heard from to date. Wives and daughters are appealed to to report on the male members of their families. In some known instances both he
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1910
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[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
Christmas comes but once each year, but when it comes it brings good cheer, especially to the Secretary of a Dartmouth class who is remembered by many of the members of the Class, and their families. For instance: here are
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
Almost a half century ago the class of 1911 helped Frank Dodge celebrate 50 years of Mountain View hospitality. This year we are invited to return for the 100th anniversary of this event. Those classmates who have been guests
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1912
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[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
Syd Clark fell afoul of a pothole in the road, his first evening on the island of Corsica, tearing ligaments in his right thigh and landing him in the hospital. His experiences in a French hospital with one leg in a cast and no
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1913
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[no value]
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WARDE WILKINS
ROBERT O. CONANT
EDITOR'S NOTE: With great sadness we report the sudden death of Class Secretary Warde Wilkins at his home in Newton Center on January 15. This month's 1913 class column was written by Warde just two weeks before his death.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1914
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[no value]
[no value]
ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
Prosit February Of February as a month we cannot brag too much It's just a damn-pish interlude of snow — and mud — and such! But then let us remember, . , , when all our cussing s done, It gave us Mr. Lincoln and Mr.
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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
Christmas being what it is (just after which this is being written), you gotta make allowances! Luckily, it comes before New Year's!
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44
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
ARTHUR J. CONLEY
The deep sympathy of the Class is expressed to the families of our three classmates who died in the last two months of the old year, - Perc Whipple, November 26, Cliff Gammons, November 28, and JackEnglish, December 11.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1917
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[no value]
[no value]
DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
Last month I reported that Bill Wooster had retired and moved to Sanibel Island, Fla I have since learned that after retiring in the fall of 1960, Bill and his wife, Lee, built a small home on the Island and had lived there for
4719181_19650201_000087.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1918
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[no value]
THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
These notes are being prepared in the middle of December because the Shirleys are leaving for the West Coast to visit their daughter Betty in a week.
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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
As these notes are being typed, it is early January and the Rands were supposed to be in sunny Florida at Ocean Ridge and enjoying the golf, the weather, the beach, etc. However, fates decreed otherwise, and it is a sunny but
4719181_19650201_000089.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
We sure had a White Christmas in New Hampshire - and beautiful!
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
What does Kaddy Kadison, a country boy at heart loving buttercups, pastoral brooks, and bluebirds nesting in fence posts, do when his wife Diane, a city girl at heart loving the yellow glow of theatre lights, the stream of Park
4719181_19650201_000091.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGKT
Even after three score years amply plus, incoming letters sometimes bestir hopes for brighter days. Yesterday's mail, for instance, brought a note from a Twoter asking the names of our Class executive committee. If he did not
4719181_19650201_000092.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1923
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[no value]
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
Carl H. Bowen, vice-president and secretary of the Art Metal, Inc., worldwide producers of office equipment with headquarters in Jamestown, N. Y., on December 16, 1964 opened their new Boston offices situated on
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
Here we are in the second term, just started-with the usual high resolve and confused excitement after the holidays. No need to tell many of you what terrible weather, breaking all records, we had right about the Christmas
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
Last month in order to meet the editor's deadline for these notes, we had to do our chore before leaving for a five-day meeting at Las Vegas where floor shows, golf, and gambling occupied most of our attention. This time the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1926
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KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
My notes this month are a little "thin." The Christmas and New Year's holidays have kept us all busy doing things "with the family." Here are a few items of interest. But I'm sure many of you could add an item or two. Do write
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
It's New Year's Eve afternoon, late. The office is quiet and I can use this to pass on the word of '27ers that has reached my desk in the last few weeks.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The questionnaire replies are coming back in volume and certainly make our job a lot easier. It has been particularly heartening to hear from many classmates who haven't written us in years, like Dusty Rawson, who operates his
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1929
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GEORGE B. REDDING
JAMES F. INGRAM
Hope springs eternal in the breast of a class secretary. Each month, he sits down at his desk with pen in hand and a pad of paper — and thinks, and thinks, and thinks - what can I say? He is supposed to write the news about
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1930
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WALLACE BLAKEY
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Contrary to the custom of not starting a report with one's own affairs, it is a matter of gratification, tongue-in-cheek though it may be, to have attained the status symbol or whatever it might be called, of direct quotation of
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1931
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WILLARD C. "SHEP" WOLFF
JOHN K. BENSON
FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE 14-15-16
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
It took nearly two months for a card to come from Roger Benezet in Saigon, Viet Nam where he was "finishing a two-month stint in this beautifully, but temporarily confused city. Last year it was Samoa at about the same time of
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
At the time of this issue many of us will begin to make our plans for our Alumni Fund contributions. Let's all resolve that '33 participation during 1965 will be the best that it has ever been. Some of us, I am sure, have not
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
A fluffy white wonderland of new-fallen snow .. . eager young people happily driving off to ski resorts ... a cheerful log glowing in the fireplace . . . and the stereo pouring forth the enchantment of "The Hanover Winter Song,"
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1935
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WM.W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
Being a Brooklyn boy, I always thought of Tonawanda as being vaguely "upstate,' sort of in the Finger Lakes region. Apparently I know New York geography like (Sen.) Bobby Kennedy. Bob Hubbard was thereby spared a call. He was
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
The TV screen was considerably brightened on January 23 with the introduction of a new program on ABC featuring the King Sisters and their families. We know Donna King as Mrs. James B. Conkling. On Christmas morning the Kings
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1937
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WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
Echoes of the political wars continue. New Hampshire congressman Jim Cleveland carried the ball — in vain — in an effort to prevent Richard L. Ottinger, a Democrat elected in New York's 25th district, from taking his seat in
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
In its very erudite, recondite, and comprehensive "Manual for Class Officers," the College makes little, if any, mention of what to do when practically no classmates write to the secretary, and those that do, specify: "Please
4719181_19650201_000108.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
Once again we start on a sad note. We had just recently heard of the death on October 8 of Frank Yalier. Yesterday Dot and I had a fine visit with Betty Valier and their six handsome children. We all helped write the obituary
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
Hanover is just returning to its more normal appearance and pace after the holidays. The wreaths are gone from the windows on Main Street, the lighted Christmas trees are removed from the campus, and the lights are burning
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Last month I reported on some new members of the Class Executive Committee and just after having sent the column to Hanover the word came in that Bob Thomas had also agreed to serve on the committee. So the committee is now
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
The class membership seems to have indulged in its annual year-end slow down, with the following noteworthy exceptions.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
Philadelphia papers reported not one polio case in Pennsylvania 1964; two nonfatal cases in lersey. Same story everywhere. For one man's role in conquering this crippler read the biography of Basil O'Connor '12 (uncle of Dan
4719181_19650201_000113.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
The Dartmouth basketball team was treated quite rudely in its annual swing through the Midwest last week and hardly reflected the glory of the '44 contingent in their heydey. It would be interesting to see what our ski team
4719181_19650201_000114.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
First stop this month, Hollywood - PeteTewksbury was the director for the Walt Disney film, "Emil and the Detectives." As reviewed in the New York Times: "For once the producer hired a good director, Peter Tewksbury, who did slick
4719181_19650201_000115.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
Having complained about lack of news for the past few months I recently found several articles dating back to October that were mislaid and, therefore, unreported. With sincere apologies to those affected I hasten to correct
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
Winter carnival, crunchy snow, cloudy skies and everyone loves the cold so much they can't find time to write!
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN s. FENNO
A couple of months ago I wrote that John McFalls was with Walston & Co., in Seattle. I appreciated receiving a nice note from John correcting my misstatements about his past career and bringing me to the present on his
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1949
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CARL C. STRUEVER JR.
ALFRED A. WAGNER
Reunion dates are June 17-20. Make all necessary arrangements speedily, so as to make sure of your presence.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1950
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SCOTT C. OLIN
SIMON J. MORAND III
Now maybe you can count on seeing the sun shine sometime before the Ides in your part of the world, but around here we're likely to be up to our elbow in tattle-tale grey snow with nary a glimpse of Sol for several weeks. Among
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
THOMAS M. PORTER
Just a few days before my copy deadline for this issue, I received the first mailing on our advanced Fifteenth Reunion program, June 17-20. Enclosed was a return postcard on which to express your intentions re attendance. If
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1952
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[no value]
CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
The elapsed time between now (as I write) and now (as you read) is so long I hesitate to attempt any kind of a timely or seasonal greeting. Who knows where I'll be then—who knows where you'll be. But I guess I can be fairly sure
4719181_19650201_000122.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
Classmates in the Chicago area have accomplished something that many of us in large cities have been talking about for years, but never get around to doing anything about. Under the guidance of DickLoewenthal they had a class
4719181_19650201_000123.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1954
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[no value]
RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
A funny thing happened to me on the way to writing this column. I became a proud father for the second time. Shortly before the close of the 1964 fiscal year, my wife, Maxine, presented me with a bouncing, bawling, beautiful
4719181_19650201_000124.xml
article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
W. HARTWELL PERRY JR.
Don't forget our Big Tenth Reunion, June 18-20. You have already received the first mailing for the reunion committee. They are counting on the return of those postcards on which you can indicate your attendance. You can bet
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1956
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STEWART SANDERS
ABNER OAKES 3RD
Bob Bransfen and Daphne Walter were married in San Francisco on November 28. Daphne is from Stamford, Conn.; she graduated from Dana Hall School and cum laude from Vassar College last June. Bob finished Stanford Business School
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
Unfortunately, this is going to be a short column to match the short month because my tipster pipeline has been a bit slow on the uptake. When this reaches you, I should be on a swing across the country and one of my objectives
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
As is our custom, we'll look first at news of a social nature. From Hanover comes word that Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Manuel became parents of twin sons on November 27. Ralph is with the College Administration.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
Since the holidays, I've received more news from our class than we've had snow in Hanover - but we've had no snow.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
JAMES M. POLLARD
Letters from some "long losts" provide us with most of the news this month. BobMessner sent in a letter telling of his life since leaving Hanover, and how he ended up in his present location — Korea. Following graduation Bob spent
4719181_19650201_000130.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
Well, how did everybody make out over Valentine's Day? If I know you old lechers, you all probably chased girls something fierce, sending candy and flowers and gift subscriptions to Jack and Jill. Looks like some of the girls
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
DAVID M. DEWILDE
A huge Wah-Hoo-Wah to Jim Hale who has been selected as a personal law clerk for Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States. Jim, a senior at the University of Minnesota Law School is one of three selected for the post
4719181_19650201_000132.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
We're still having post-mortems on the Alumni Fund drive and we welcome ideas and comments on our efforts and suggestions for improved participation, particularly. If any of you can handle the chores of assistant class agents
4719181_19650201_000133.xml
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
Due to an abysmal lack of information and a large dose of back-from-vacation laziness, we have chosen a guest-secretary for the January column. The first gentleman who will inaugurate this - we hope - often repeated practice
4719181_19650201_000134.xml
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Article
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Columbia Honors Service to Alumni
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Sidney C. Hayward '26, Secretary of the College, was one of 22 college and university officers directing alumni programs who were honored December 30 by the Alumni Federation of Columbia University at its 50th anniversary
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Article
ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Tuck School
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
The mailbag is full this month so we'll forgo the fun of editorializing and swing right into the reporting chair. We're glad you're so energetic, fast-moving, and successful - it makes our job of writing this column much easier.
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Article
ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
We want to take this opportunity to thank the many alumni who made our holiday season brighter by their greetings. Since it is impossible to write you all personally, we will tell you this way that all of us at the School are
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ASSOCIATED SCHOOL NEWS
Thayer School
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RUSS STEARNS '38
With the start of the second (winter) term, the Thayer School faculty held a two-day, informal conference on January 9-10 at the Montpelier Tavern. This overnight stag retreat provided an excellent forum for review of the plans
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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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4719181_19650201_000149.xml
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4719181_19650201_000150.xml