Issue: 19651001

Friday, October 1, 1965
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The summer program grows in size and success.
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WCBS Radio,
WCBS Radio,
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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LINCOLN Continental
LINCOLN Continental
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THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
THE HANOVER INN & MOTOR LODGE
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH alumni magazine
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Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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UNION CARBIDE
UNION CARBIDE
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MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER & SMITH INC
MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER & SMITH INC
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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"All for Spectatorship"
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Cambridge
Cambridge
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SCHOOL SERVICE BUREAU
SCHOOL SERVICE BUREAU
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Viet Nam: The Greater Tyranny
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JOHN LAMPERTI
TO THE EDITOR:
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Hopkins Letters
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For the use of future biographers of the late President Hopkins and of historians of the College, the Archives Department of Baker Library urges all Dartmouth Alumni who possess letters from EMH to send them in for
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A.B. GILE CO.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE, AND SENSE PERCEPTION.
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TIMOTHY J. DUGGAN
By Maurice Mandelbaum'29. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press,1964. 262 pp. $6.50.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
AT THE CROSSROADS.
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CLIF JORDAN '45
By Evan S. Council Jr. '45. New York: Simon and Schuster Inc., 1965. 256 pp. $5.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE HOUR OF GIVING.
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ADDISON L. WINSHIP II '42
By Luis J. Zalamea '42. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.,1965. 293 pp. $4.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
GAIL BORDEN, RESOURCEFUL BOY.
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CLIFF JORDAN '45
By Adrian A. Paradis '34. New York:Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., 1965. 200 pp.$2.25.
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Dartmouth Authors
PHILANTHROPY IN THE SHAPING OF AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION.
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GEORGE H. COLTON '35
By Merle Curti and Prof. Roderick Nash(History). New Brunswick, N. J.: RutgersUniversity Press, 1965. 340 pp. $8.50.
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Alumni Articles
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Henry R. Viets '12 wrote an article "Doctors Afield: William Gordon Stables" which appeared in the New England Journal ofMedicine, 272:683-684, April 1, 1965.
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Dartmouth Tent at Yale
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The familiar green and white striped "Dartmouth Tent" at the Yale Bowl will again be a rallying spot for alumni, families and friends attending the Dartmouth-Yale game at New Haven on October 30. Last year 800 persons made
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Brooks Brothers
Brooks Brothers
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CAMPBELL FILMS
CAMPBELL FILMS
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The Princess PEMBROKE, BERMUDA
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
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Only American Savings
Only American Savings
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AMERICRN SAVINES
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The Tucker Heritage
The Tucker Heritage
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FRANCIS LANE CHILDS '06
DR. TUCKER'S DARTMOUTH. By Robert French Leavens '01 and Arthur Hardy Lord '10. Hanover: Dartmouth Publications, 1965. 273 pp. $7.50.
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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Crusades for Crusaders
A Rejoinder to Professor Segal's Article
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RODERICK NASH
"Take egotism out, and you would castrate the benefactors." - RALPH WALDO EMERSON
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Bell System
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ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST EXCLUSIVE RESORT CLUBS
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DARTMOUTH WALLPAPER
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HILDA B. RUSSELL, Realtor
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Chieftain MOTEL
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COMMUNICATOR
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College Resumes Sunday Services
College Resumes Sunday Services
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REGULAR Sunday morning chapel services, not held at the College for a good many years, were resumed with the opening of the new college year. The first of these services, under the aegis of the William Jewett Tucker Foundation,
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Friends of "Spud" Bray Raising Memorial Fund
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FRIENDS of George (Spud) Bray, Dartmouth's long-time "campus cop" who died a year ago, have undertaken to establish an endowment fund with Dartmouth College in his memory. A general announcement has gone out from the
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Chemical New York
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The College
Pea-Green Freshmen
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The Class of 1969, 795 strong, formally entered the life of the College on September 16. After a Green Key reception on Baker Library lawn, where freshmen and parents met with freshman-year faculty advisers, the newest
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The College
Non-Western Conference
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The Comparative Studies Center, co-sponsor of the campus-wide program concentrating on Japan last spring, brought together a sizable number of Dartmouth faculty and 30 educators from other campuses last month to take a
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The College
$100,000 for Urban Studies
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The joint Dartmouth-MIT Urban Studies Project which between 1960 and 1963 sent twenty Dartmouth undergraduates into a variety of urban-research projects in the Greater Boston area and nine of that group into related career
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The College
Two Grants Total $800,000
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Dartmouth was the grateful recipient of two major grants over the summer months: $300,000 from The Commonwealth Fund of New York for the establishment of a Department of Medicine at the Medical School, and $500,000 from the
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The College
Acting Medical Dean
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Dr. Ralph W. Hunter '31, a member of the Hitchcock Clinic, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine (Neurology) of the Dartmouth Medical School, and a Trustee of the College, is serving as Acting Dean of the Medical School
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The College
Engineering Design Workshop
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Six devices to help handicapped people maneuver wheelchairs independently were designed by 25 engineering students in an eight-week summer design course at Thayer School. The students worked directly with crippled
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The College
Hanover Inn Remodeling
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Plans for rebuilding portions of the Hanover Inn have received approval by the Board of Trustees. The plans are based on razing the older section built in 1902 which now contains the lobby and lounges, the coffee and gift
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The College
Picasso Prints
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The 97 etchings and aquatints known as the Vollard Suite by Pablo Picasso have been presented anonymously to the College in honor of New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller '30.
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The College
Psychology Conference
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Twelve psychologists from four European countries and the United States met at the College in August in a five-day working conference on human conflict, its causes, manifestations, and resolutions.
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The College
Administrative Appointments
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Three alumni have, or will have, new administrative roles in the life of the College. Paul F. Young '43, who returned to Hanover in 1951 as assistant to the Treasurer, has been promoted from Assistant Treasurer to
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The College
A Dorm for Women
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The house on College Street known locally as "the old President's House" and "the Tucker House" for its longtime service as the presidential residence has a new identity as the women medical students' dormitory. The newly
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The College
Dartmouth Night
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Alumni in the Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York areas will have the opportunity to listen in on Dartmouth Night activities in special alumni club-sponsored broadcasts from the steps of Dartmouth Hall. The
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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BASIL O'CONNOR '12, recipient of the 1965 Distinguished Service Award of the International Fund-Raising Association.
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New Times, New Courses
New Times, New Courses
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MATHEMATICS 16 — "The Role of the Computer Outside the Sciences," one of the many new courses approved by the faculty for this new term, should be a prerequisite for editors attempting to keep up with the ever-changing curriculum.
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Another Record For the Fund
Another Record For the Fund
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NEW records in both contributors and dollars marked the 51st Dartmouth Alumni Fund campaign which concluded on June 30. Starting the second halfcentury of Fund activity, after an unusually successful 50th .anniversary campaign
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Dartmouth History on Display
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NEARLY 200 years of Dartmouth history is made more real by a new exhibition room at the west end of Baker Library's main hall. There, in a room especially designed for the purpose, engravings, photographs, and items of
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Feature
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SUMMER TEMPO IS GO-GO-GO
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Dartmouth's third Third Term is rated as the biggest, busiest and best yet
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A Good Summer Press
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The widening circle of repute for the Hopkins Center and its cultural program resulted in visits by a steady stream of writers and reviewers during the summer. Following are excerpts from some of their magazine and newspaper articles.
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Newly Elected Members of the Alumni Council
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CHARLES W. BARTLETT '27 Boston, Mass. Rep. Athletic Council
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The Wheelock Dream, Sparsely Realized, Is Still a Force in the Life of the College
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JOHN HURD '21
Three entering freshmen of Indian lineage underscore the historic tradition in which Dartmouth takes pride
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A Century of Dartmouth College Indians, 1865-1965
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1. Edward Pierce 1866. Versailles, N. Y.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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LARRY GEIGER '66
THE sunlight filtered through the leaves of the old elm, throwing a patchwork pattern of light and dark on the lush grass below. A barefoot brunette, wearing a bright orange print, sat in the shadow intently studying the iron
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Danube Canoers Play Host To Iron Curtain Students
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FOUR of the nine Dartmouth students who canoed 1550 miles down the Danube through five Iron Curtain countries in the summer of 1964 were hosts to eight students from Eastern Europe this summer for a three-week canoe trip
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
PROF. WALTER H. STOCKMAYER of the Chemistry Department has won the American Chemical Society Award in Polymer Chemistry. The award was announced at the Society's 150th national meeting at Atlantic City last month.
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Globe-Circling Pianist
Globe-Circling Pianist
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G. O'C.
Several years ago Prof. James Sykes of the Music Department agreed to play some jazz numbers at Variety Night on campus. These were so well received that he gained the sobriquet "Jelly Roll Jim" from admiring undergraduates.
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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ERNIE ROBERTS
THE surest bet in college football is that Dartmouth won't be involved in a scoreless tie this season.
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You Are Invited
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Who: All Dartmouth alumni, students, families and friends.
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D Tent at Brown
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The Dartmouth Club of Rhode Island is again sponsoring a tent for alumni and friends attending the Brown football game at Providence on October 16. The tent will be located at Aldrich-Dexter Field, near the hockey rink and next
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How the "Big" Was Added to Green
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W. HUSTON LILLARD '05
In these years of Ivy League football, when we begin a season with reasonable hope of winning our way to the top, it may interest our rooters to look back at the period when Dartmouth first moved up from the minors. Many of our
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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Class Notes
News from the Clubs
Georgia
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HOMER A. ROWE '26
The Dartmouth Club, 50 strong, gathered at Peachtree Golf Club, Atlanta, April 27 to welcome Thomas Byrne '55, business manager of the Hopkins Center. Following the usual social hour, Don Smith '53, Club president, herded the
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News from the Clubs
Philadelphia
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DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
We hope everyone had a most pleasant summer. I know that my family and I did in that we attended the second annual Dartmouth Alumni College, which we most heartily recommend for all. The College has gone out of its way to plan
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News from the Clubs
Baltimore
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F. SCOTT COREY '57
Forty some alumni, wives, dates, etc. joined in the Baltimore club's annual picnic. The evening of fun at Marge and PageWorthington's ('33) lovely home was highlighted by a fierce Softball game. The hungry horde managed by Dort
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News from the Clubs
Cape Cod
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ROBERT M. BURRILL '50
The ninth annual spring dinner meeting of the Club was held on June 28, 1965 at the Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville, Mass. It was a warm sunny evening which brought out a record number of Dartmouth men and their wives.
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News from the Clubs
Chicago
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ALBERT E. GRINTON '54
JAMES S. BRANNEN '60
At a luncheon meeting held at the La Salle Hotel in June, Gaylord A. FreemanJr. '31 brought to a very successful conclusion one of the most successful years our Association has enjoyed in some time. Our hats are off to Gale and his
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News from the Clubs
Southeastern Connecticut
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HENRY R. BURGESS '60
Over 40 alumni and wives gathered at Bunny and Bill Webster's '39 Saybrook Point Cottage to welcome the Ledyard Canoe Club paddlers at the conclusion of their annual down river trip, Saturday, May 22. Eight canoes and 16 men
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News from the Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM E. MILLER '51
RUSS FISHER '17
The alumni of the Phoenix area hold a luncheon monthly at 12:15 at the Arizona Manor, East Camelback and 24th Street. Any Dartmouth man is welcome to attend these luncheons. The stalwarts who usually attend the luncheons are
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News from the Clubs
Western Washington
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PHILIP K. LIVINGSTON '58
JAMES W. JONES III '50
The first monthly luncheon gathering of Dartmouth alumni from around the rapidly expanding Western Washington area was inaugurated at high noon, Friday, May 21, at the Edgewater Inn, overlooking the sparkling blue waters of
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News from the Clubs
Detroit
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DAVID R. LODGE '60
On June 9, the Dartmouth Club of Detroit held its annual golf outing at the St. Clair Inn Country Club. Thanks to the organizational work done by Larry Gazley '60 and the Inn's host Creighton Holden '40, and some ideal
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News from the Clubs
Oregon
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SUMNER M. SHARPE '58
The Dartmouth Club of Oregon held its annual dinner meeting April 27 at the Mallory Hotel in Portland. Attendance was very good - with about 50 alumni, wives, one stray Princeton alumnus, newly ordained members of the Class of
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News from the Clubs
New Orleans
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BRUNSWICK G. DEUTSCH '35
Luncheon meetings are held monthly at the Roosevelt Hotel. Although this is not a large group it is an active one. Among other projects the Club made arrangements to provide summer employment for students now in college.
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News from the Clubs
Paris
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JACQUES L. BRY '59
J. CLARK MOORE '43
The Dartmouth Club of Paris has had a relatively busy spring. A dinner gathering was held on April 3 at the home of Helen and President Clark Moore '41 in the suburbs. The members who were able to venture forth were: Betty and
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News from the Classes
1898
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ERNEST P. SEELMAN
Oscar received the following characteristic letter from Berthe Leggett. "Dear Oscar, I apologize for the delay in sending my yearly contribution for the Alumni Fund. Please forgive me - My daughter Marjorie left for Europe on
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News from the Classes
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
I wish I could thank every one of you individually for your warm and deeply appreciated messages of sympathy after May left me last spring. Her loss is not the only cause for my soon leaving our homeland since 1942. It was soon
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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[no value]
EVERETT W. GOODHUE
ARTHUR R. VIRGIN
Two items of unfinished reporting remain from the account of our very successful 65th reunion which appeared in the July issue of the MAGAZINE.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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FRANK E. CUDWORTH
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
Notice - This is the college year when our 65th reunion occurs. It is from Friday, June 10 to Sunday, June 16, 1966.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
HAROLD E. PLUMER
Two items from a recent Class Newsletter should be recorded here for the wider publicity they will receive. They are the deaths on Dec. 24, 1964, of the widow of W. C. Hill, the long-time secretary of our Class, and on May 4,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
EDWARD H. KENERSON
Welcome to the start of another MAGAZINE Year. It looks like a slow start as far as these 1903 notes go. Some of what little ammunition we had was used in the Special letter and report of Alumni Fund results mailed Aug. 16,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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LEON W. WEBSTER
BRUCE W. SANBORN
PROF, MYRON E. WITHAM
The fields of goldenrod and Queen Anne's lace proclaim the summer hiatus for class notes is over, so it's buckle up and back to work.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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[no value]
GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
W. HUSTON LILLARD
The Class of 1905 is justly elated that, in its last participation in the Green Derby, the Class came out first in its group. This achievement was due to the efforts of our indefatigable Treasurer-Class Agent, RogerBrown, and to the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
PROF, FRANCIS L. CHILDS
HERBERT W. RAINIE
In June the Middle States Council for the Social Studies presented its distinguished service award for the year 1965 to RobertI. Adriance, educator, lecturer, author, essayist, traveler.
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News from the Classes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
LEON A. SPRAGUE
The Class of 1907 came through once more. The final figure for the 1965 Alumni Fund was $8,937.43. The dollar objective was $8400. There were 146 contributors. Bob Kenyon, our head Class Agent, all assistant class agents,
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News from the Classes
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
WARREN CURRIER
Please Note New Address: Sydney L.Ruggles, 13 Pembroke Road, Danbury, Conn. 06812, effective, October 15, 1965.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
The 56th reunion of 1909 was held in Hanover on June 14-16 with 16 classmates, 12 distaff members and 1 brother making up a congenial group. Eight states were represented as follows: Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts,
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
HERBERT A. WOLFF
"I sent to Hanover for a book of which our classmate, Art Lord, is a co-author," writes Bert Kent. (The book is one of the latest about the College, "Dr. Tucker's Dartmouth.") "This book really brings back old memories," says
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
SAMUEL E. ARONOWITZ
Here we are at the start of a new college year and the 55th since our graduation with no change in our ranks since last December. Our class was the first one to adopt the plan, now followed by all classes, of the group
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News from the Classes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
ALFRED L. SMITH
First honors go to Ruth Worton for an outstanding job. At the reunion in June Ruth was selected to carry on contacts with our widows. She has written over 100 letters and received replies from many, all enthusiastic. Also
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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GEORGE STEELE
ROBERT O. CONANT
ANDREW W. COMSTOCK
An old cry still echoing in the Hanover Plain but now 'tis the 1913 October Reunion, the first and second. Thirty-two have already signed up so come along even though you've just returned from a long summer holiday and enjoy
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News from the Classes
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES s. BATCHELDER
MARTIN J. REMSEN
Congratulations High in the mountains, abroad on the plain, In hamlet and village and town There's big celebration Across the whole nation — These lads had a birthday — again!
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
JAMES LER. LAFFERXY
As we go into our post-50th Reunion year, it is well to pay our respects to our departing President, Dale Barker, who has presided over our destinies for the past decade. As early as the 1915-1920 period, Dale pinch-hit with an
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News from the Classes
1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
Back at the old stand with the wish that you have had a pleasant summer. I hope that if you traveled abroad you got to countries where they didn't say, "Yankee, go home." At any rate welcome to the pages of this venerable
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
After having taught at the University of Illinois for 27 years, Pa Holt has retired. Upon graduating from Dartmouth he went on to Harvard Law School from which he graduated in 1920. Then, after practicing law in Boston for seven
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News from the Classes
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
w. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
Here we go again for another ALUMNI MAGAZINE year.
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News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
HOWARD w. COLE
Summer visitors to the Hanover Plain included Bill and Helen Grant from nearby Contoocook (Bill is processing a new birthday card which is the best ever); Lou and Jean Stone; George and Elisa Bingham, touring New England and
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News from the Classes
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
Greetings: I hope you have all had a nice summer. Where it has gone is a question, but we have already had a killing frost so it must be fall - and now for news of ye classmen. Doc Miller, who, with Harriet and their son and
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News from the Classes
1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
THOMAS V. CLEVELAND
As a military necessity in 1945, America shared in the killing of 250,000 civilians of the 800,000 population on Okinawa. How would you expect the Ryukyuans to feel about Americans in 1965, only 20 years later? Let Bishop
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News from the Classes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
Frank and Betty Horan spent most of the summer in Ireland. This autumn Frank will return to the law firm he left to go with Liggett and Myers in 1951. The firm now called Webster, Sheffield. Fleischman, Hitchcock and Chrystie
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
TRUMAN T. METZEL
Your secretary thofoughly enjoyed the three years he was privileged to serve on the Alumni Council. Those years he was a member of the Bequest and Estate Planning Committee. In his second year he was a member of the executive
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
CHARLES M. FRENCH
What happened? Where did it go - the summer? And another deadline to meet with (just pretend) "golden words" for you-all, which I will have to get a head-start on by writing far ahead so I can forget it while Margaret and I
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
Our reunion left your scribe with the feeling it was altogether too brief and that one should be held every year. Two and one-half days is insufficient to permit reminiscing with all those with whom one would like to spend more
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
BRUCE W. EAKEN
The pleasures of our 39th August "informal" reunion were ably reported in detail by Holt McAloney in his early September issue of "Smoke Signals." 32 classmates, with 23 wives and 5 other family members, for a total
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News from the Classes
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
LEON C. GREENBAUM
Just back from a most pleasant meeting last night, which is a good place to start this '27 report.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHARLES F. BRUDER 3RD
Hello again. I don't know where the summer has gone, but here I am about to load our son Doug and all his gear in the station wagon and drive him to Hanover to matriculate, just as you and I did 41 years ago. The big
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
JOHN c. HUBBARD
JACK D. GUNTHER
I was in Washington a short time ago visiting my daughter and son-in-law, and tried to call three VIP's in the area. DukeBarto, Panes George, and Percy Russell were not at home, probably spending the afternoon cruising down the
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News from the Classes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
JOHN F. RICH
President Fred Scribner is starting his administration with a series of directives, pleas, and plans for a stronger, more interested and more generous 1930. Looking back on reunions, formal and informal, on Alumni Fund giving
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News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLARD C. WOLFF
GEORGE C. NICKUM
Well, let's see now. I seem to have a bouillabaisse of gossip, half truths, mild slander and honest, objective reporting.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
ARTHUR E. ALLEN JR.
A new year starts. May I wish you prosperity and happiness; may you never have to use or clean an old paint brush but have a new brush for each painting task, however small.
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News from the Classes
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
WOOD R. FOSTER
The address at the head of this column may puzzle you a bit. After thirty years as a manufacturer's representative in the glass container industry. I decided that was long enough. With our children grown, educated and happily
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
RICHARD H. HOUCK
Summer brought sadness for the Class of 1934 and for the College as well. It marked the passing of four fine men with a common bond — an intense dedication and devotion to Dartmouth. Since we last went to press, death has taken
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
THOMAS E. WILSON
At the moment, Art Allyn's White Sox are 4½ games off the pace. By the time you read this it will be known whether the encouragement of the Class of '35 outing on September 10 at White Sox Park will have caused them to pull up
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News from the Classes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
PAUL L. GUIBORD
September is a hectic month for parents. While there are a few who have just enrolled the small fry in kindergarten, there are many more of us who have refinanced the mortgage to send junior packing off to college. If you have
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News from the Classes
1937
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WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
The first fall ALUMNI MAGAZINE deadlines makes us aware of how little contact we have had with classmates during the summer. No real excuse; just too many busy weekends, too much company, too many children coming and going, too
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
ROBERT H. RENO
And so, after a long, dry summer in New England, another ALUMNI MAGAZINE season begins. There is always a sameness to the items which perforce appear here - different names, places, and companies, but a constant relation of
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News from the Classes
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN v. TISHMAN
RICHARD M. WYMAN
Dot Darby, Peggy Tishman, Betsy Wyman, and Dot Conkle, with their husbands, met in Hanover in early May for the Class Officers Weekend. Sally MacMannis couldn't make it but sent her husband along anyway.
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News from the Classes
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
It is the season to start up anew after a long, quiet summer of backyard barbeques and julep-sippin' and lazy days on the beach. Ha! If your town is anything like mine, Hanover that is, the frenzy of a summertime matches the
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News from the Classes
1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Another summer has slipped by (where do they go?) and now we are entering our 25th year as Dartmouth Alumni. From now until June, you're going to receive lots of information about the gigantic 25th Reunion - and this should be
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News from the Classes
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
Back-to-school time has arrived and not a day too soon for the adult population in this locale and, presumably, in others around the land. As you were enjoying the pleasant activities associated with the Labor Day weekend - a
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News from the Classes
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
Resolved this year I wouldn't mention Bob Pelren in the opening paragraph. Been accused of favoritism. Besides, we won't be at Rye Beach this year when I generally call him. . . . Nice to have so much good info about you people.
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
The first day we arrived at Hilton Head Island we saw a husky chap dragging a sea tortoise, that had been killed by a shrimp boat, to a neatly dug grave back by the dunes. The Marine Digger-O'Dell turned out to be the Coca-Cola
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News from the Classes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
'45 out!! - and greetings to all after the summer inactivity(?) ...
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News from the Classes
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
During the only two quiet weeks of the summer the town of Hanover returned to the natives, the weather grew somewhat colder, the College ground crews increased their activities to a fever pitch while almost everyone else took a
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News from the Classes
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
While the pea green freshmen slowly assimilate into their new environment, our thoughts are also on education but more on the results of it.
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News from the Classes
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
Once again we all have completed those delightful summer vacations, which with the advent of the new jets, are ranging farther than ever these days. I hope all of you enjoyed yourselves whether it was a trip to Europe, a nearby
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News from the Classes
1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
HERMAN E. MULLER JR.
You expect from me maybe a "September Song" or after my first column a "Swan Song," but I'm bound and determined to cover the rest of that Funderful Fifteenth our class held in June. Reunion Committee Chairman Paul Woodberry and
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News from the Classes
1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
ERIC T. MILLER
As the summer begins to wane and the first cool breezes wend their way down from the north country into central New England, your new Scribe must put aside a refreshing glass of spirits (one cannot in good conscience partake
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News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
FREDERICK F. BROWN
Together with Charlie and Judy Hood and almost 200 other alumni, wives, and friends, I went back to school in August, to the Dartmouth Alumni College. In a few months when the present surfeit of news evanesces, I'll devote part
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News from the Classes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
The summer passed all too quickly but I certainly can't say it didn't bring a lot of news. What with babies being born, transfers, and new honors the Class did plenty for me to write about over the past few months.
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News from the Classes
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
Although this past summer seemed shorter than ever, it still managed to bring about many changes for members of our class. It also saw the first New York Metropolitan area class dinner. Under the leadership of Don Bigham and Ed
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News from the Classes
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
By this time, all of our sleeping bags, bug sprays, scuba tanks, snorkels, sun tan lotion and water wings have been safely stowed away until next summer. Although we look forward eagerly to the arrival of fall and the new
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
Foreign affairs have been a prime concern in recent months, as any good newspaper reader knows. So we feel an obligation to give our readers the real news-behind-the-news — from our vast network of foreign correspondents, the
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News from the Classes
1956
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STEWART SANDERS
ABNER OAKES 3RD
AHMED OSMAN'S GRADUATION CELEBRATION—
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News from the Classes
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
The long, hot summer is over and my mail bag is full, so away we go on another season of recording a few items about the great class of '57. In perspective, the three month hiatus has been a very busy and productive time for
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News from the Classes
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
As all avid readers of this particular portion of journalistic excellence will recall (and I'm sure the number is countless) on opening day last year we remarked that there was a relatively ample supply of invaluable
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News from the Classes
1959
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RICHARD O. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
The summer seemed to whiz by, assisted in no small way by the myriad activities and events of the summer term. There is a fairly cosmopolitan flavor to the place during the summer months blended by the mixture of earnest
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News from the Classes
1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
JAMES M. POLLARD
Hello, once again. Hope all had a summer full of good time and good fortune. The McBurneys are all settled in the Chicago area and enjoying it very much. Of course, it's just my luck to move out of . Minnesota when the Twins
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
Read and Jenny Ambler had a single baby boy!! Maybe that doesn't sound shocking to you but all who know Read well were fully expecting mat Read wouldn't settle for less than octuplets — so's he'd have a full shell to coach to
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News from the Classes
1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
DAVID M. DEWILDE
Welcome back to Alumni-Land. This year we promise to do our best to convince you that you belong in Hanover on June 17-18-19 when the '62s will be back together again en masse for the first time since June 10, 1962. With Dick
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
The start of another year, and a tremendous amount of mail, news, and information to pass along which accumulated over the summer. From the address changes which the Alumni Office sends to me, I can see that the Class of '63
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
In contrast to last spring, we now have great quantities of news on the whereabouts and doings of members of the Class of 1964. Welcome back to our monthly abstract of the social columns of the cities and towns in which the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1965
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RICK MAHONEY
JAY B. JOHNSTON
Well, our Class didn't have to wait very long before some of its members took the initiative and provided us with some unofficial functions - Dartmouth weddings. Less than a week after graduation, on June 19, Larry Duffy
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NEW DENISIONS
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C. C. HILLS
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Article
Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY SAVAGE M'27
Registration for the 1965-66 academic year is just four days away as this is written, and the welcoming party for 48 embryo physicians will already be history when you read this. On the following day Ralph Hunter M'32, now
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Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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S. RUSSELL STEARNS '38
The summer came and went with the increasing speed your reporter finally accepted as one bit of evidence of advancing years. However, I can call attention to a very busy summer at the Thayer School which in itself made the
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Article
Associated School News
Tuck School
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BILL BARNET T'65
One of my first pleasant responsibilities as Admissions Officer here at Tuck has been to take over the writing of the Tuck School alumni notes. My predecessor, Bob Kimball T'48, moves on to become Assistant Dean of the School.
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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 VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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Connecticut Mutual Life
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DARTMOUTH CO-OP, Hanover, N. H.
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