Issue: 19660301

Tuesday, March 1, 1966
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Dartmouth's Per Coucheron, a Norwegian jumper
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General Motors
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Manchester Federal Savings
Manchester Federal Savings
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Norwich Home
Norwich Home
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FOR SALE—HANOVER
FOR SALE—HANOVER
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Way-Hoo-Way Okay
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BUSINESS REPLY MAIL
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'South Seas' Island Living on Florida's Gulf Coast
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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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Books
Dartmouth Authors
NO BANNERS, NO BANDS: MORE TALES OF THE O.S.S.
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H. WENTWORTH ELDREDGE '31
By Robert Hayden Alcorn '31. New York: David McKayCo., Inc., 1965. 275 pp. $4.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
PENSION FUNDS: MEASURING INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE.
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J. PETER WILLIAMSON
By PeterO. Dietz '57. New York: The Free Press,1966. 166 pp. $4.00.
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Dartmouth Authors
A PECULIAR SERVICE.
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JERE R. DANIELL II '55
By Corey Ford'21 Ad. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.,1965. 358 pp. $6.75.
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Dartmouth Authors
THIRTY-TWO DARTMOUTH POEMS. Ed.
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ROBERTS W. FRENCH '56
by Prof. Richard Eberhart '26 (English). Hanover, N. H.: Dartmouth Publications, 1965. 38 pp. $2.00.
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HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN BABYLONIA, VOL. 1, THE PARTHIAN PERIOD.
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ROBIN SCROGGS
By Prof. Jacob Neusner (Religion). Leiden, Holland: E. J. BrillPublishing Co., 1965. 236 pp.
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Briefly Noted
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Associate Professor of English Peter A. Bien translated from the Greek the last novel by the great Greek writer Nikos Kazantzakis, Report to Greco (New York: Simon and Schuster. 1965. 512 pp. $7.50). This posthumously published
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Alumni Articles
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J. Almus Russell '20 wrote "Transplanting Sugar Maples for Summer Shade" in TheOutdoor Journal, February 1966, Vol. 3, No. 9.
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Dartmouth Women's Club of Boston Publishes Cookbook
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ELIZABETH M. MYERS
A new cookbook compiled by members of the Dartmouth Women's Club of Boston is now available in a limited edition. It is made up of choice and favorite recipes of "Dartmouth People."
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International Villas & Yachts, Inc.
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LOCKHEED MISSILES A SPACE COMPANY
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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Brooks Brothers CLOTHING
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD, HANOVER, N.H.
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SCHOOL SERVICE BUREAU
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A Preacher Against War
A Preacher Against War
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WARNER B. STURTEVANT '17
The Rev. Stephen Bemis, 1798, Took His Stand in 1812
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OROZCO MURALS
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Challenge FARM and WILDERNESS CAMP
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
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The College
Freshman Fathers Weekend.
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The 17 th annual Freshman Fathers Weekend, February 18-20, attracted 406 fathers to the campus to see for themselves what Dartmouth life is all about. The dads went to classes, met with their sons' faculty advisers, ate in
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The College
Alumni College Enrollment.
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The Alumni College's "Class of 1966" has been building rapidly since last month's mailing and announcement in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Director J. Michael McGean '49 reports that as of February 22 there were 170 paid adult
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The College
Chest Fund Gains.
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With the final figures yet to be determined, the College Chest Fund has already achieved one of its best performances in recent years. The contributions to date of $9,120, almost $l,OOO more than collected last year, were
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The College
Feeding and Housing Study.
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A special committee under the chairmanship of John P. Amsden '20, Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, has been formed to study the present and foreseeable needs of the College for feeding and housing the student community.
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The College
Project to Help the Poor.
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The College plans a joint-service team consisting of students from Dartmouth and Talladega College in Alabama to help the poor of the South and of Vermont this summer. The 25 students from Talladega, an integrated although
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The College
More Debate Trophies.
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"We must have won fifteen or twenty trophies so far," Professor Herbert L. James, debate coach, noted in commenting on the current season. The Dartmouth teams have won many of the major tournaments they have entered and
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The College
Ecumenical Exchange on Campus.
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Ecumenically speaking, the most interesting feature of the past month was the exchange that saw the Rev. Richard P. Unsworth, Dean of the Tucker Foundation, giving a sermon at the 11 o'clock Mass on February 20 in the Chapel
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The College
Campus Communications Leaders.
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The direction of the two major student communications outlets on campus is now in new hands.
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The College
Ames Awards.
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Three students who have demonstrated "exceptional achievement in the formal course work offered by the Art Department" have won Adelbert Ames Awards, allowing each to choose an original work of art from the Ames Collection.
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The College
Canadian Student Exchange.
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Twelve Dartmouth students journeyed to the University of Toronto and an equal number of Canadian students visited Hanover in an intensive three-day exchange program. The purpose of the exchange was to foster a greater
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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ROSCOE G. GELLER '12, recipient of the 9th Annual Citizenship Award from the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Owego, N. Y.
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Trustees Nominated for Second Terms
Trustees Nominated for Second Terms
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THREE members of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees whose first terms end in June were nominated by the Dartmouth Alumni Council for second full terms of five years when the Council met in Hanover in mid-January. Nominated to
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The Senior Fellows: Seventeen Paths to Independent learning
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A GOOD many years before independent learning became a "modern trend" in undergraduate education — back in 1929, in fact — Dartmouth introduced its Senior Fellowships. The program was not unique (it followed the general
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PEDAGUESE MADE EASY
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James S. LeSure '35
PEDAGUESE is the educator's expression of the art of avoiding saying in one syllable what can be said in nine. When used indiscriminately, preferably with plenty of footnotes, it is the epitome of incomprehensibility. Yet this
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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LARRY GEIGER '66
CARNIVAL is a state of mind; better still, for most Dartmouth undergraduates, Carnival is simply a date. For a weekend, variously defined as from two to six days' duration, the secular life of monastic rural New Hampshire is
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The Winter Term's Largest "Elective"
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FOR some 728 undergraduates the winter term's schedule for two afternoons a week calls for a class meeting on a snow-packed slope. Enrolled in the Dartmouth Outing Club's Ski School, more familiarly known as "ski rec," they are
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Cutter Triumph: A Thinking Man's Cabaret
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L.G.
THE aroma of rich-roasted coffee drifted through the crowded room, among the closely packed tables illuminated only by the light of thirty red candles thrust casually into empty wine bottles and the glow of an open fireplace.
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
THE American Council of Learned Societies offered ten post-doctoral fellowships this year in a nationwide competition.
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John Cotton Dana Library
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The new $1.7 million library building of the Rutgers Newark College of Arts and Sciences will be named for John Cotton Dana, Dartmouth 1878, who was librarian of the Newark Public Library for 28 years and was responsible for
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Centennial for A Spectrometer
Centennial for A Spectrometer
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ONE hundred years ago, in February 1866, Charles Augustus Young, 1853, returned to Dartmouth as Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy and Professor of Astronomy. In this position he was to establish himself as a renowned
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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ERNIE ROBERTS
THE BEST pole vaulter and the best high jumper in Dartmouth track history are wearing Big Green colors this winter. Vaulter Harris Wagenseil '67 of Palos Verdes Est, Calif., has flung himself 14 ft. 4¾ in. with his fibreglass
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First the Danube, Now Japan
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TOM SEYMOUR '64
Two years later and 12,000 miles farther east than the Dartmouth Danube Expedition, the Ledyard Canoe Club will again be taking its banner to faraway places. This summer, four members of the Club, three of them graduates, and
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Football Staff Remade
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THERE'S a new look around the football office this spring ... but it promises to have that familiar winning countenance come fall.
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DCAC Offers Booklet On '65 Football Season
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A complete summing-up of the recent Dartmouth football season has been put into book form and now is available to alumni. This volume, entitled Dartmouth's Undefeated Football Season 1965, has 36 pages, 68 pictures, four
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Results Since January 15
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BASKETBALL - Penn won, 87-43; Harvard won, 74-70; Dartmouth 92, Amherst 63; Fordham won, 90-76; Holy Cross won, 58-56; Penn won, 76-61; Princeton won, 68-58; Columbia won, 85-60; Cornell won, 102-82; Yale won, 92-69; Brown won,
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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Class Notes
News from the Clulbs
Hawaii
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JOHN W. MULLEN '54
The Dartmouth Club of Hawaii met at Coco's in Honolulu to enjoy the film of 1965 Football Highlights on January 17.
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News from the Clulbs
Los Angeles
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CARL E. GIVENS '55
Only a few days remain until the Dartmouth Glee Club appears in the Los Angeles Music Center on Saturday, March 26 at 8:30 P.M. An audience of 3250 is expected to attend the concert with the proceeds earmarked for the Southern
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Essex and Morris County
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR. '49
Our second annual Scholarship Fund benefit proved both a financial success as well as an audience's delight on January 28 when John Jay, the dean of ski movie makers, presented his latest production "Silver Skis" at the
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Washington
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HARLOW T. MUNSON '48
Bob Blackman was in Washington, D. C., on January 14, 1966, and the Dartmouth Club appeared in record numbers to salute him. Lunching in the Colonial Room of the Mayflower Hotel here, Bob told of the wide acclaim the Dartmouth
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Hartford
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RICHARD A. WATSON '59
Hartford's own Jolly Green Giant, President Ted Rice '52, has good reason to think that 1966 is to be "his" year as a successful Club Chief. In January, the City Club was jammed to the walls with alumni who gathered at our
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News from the Clulbs
Keene
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RUSSELL G. PUTNEY '22
The 54th annual meeting of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Alumni Association was held at Winding Brook Lodge December 29, 1965. President Herbert Nichols '39 of Peterborough welcomed the banner gathering of 86 members and guests
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Chicago
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A. EDWARD GRINTON III '54
JAMES S. BRANNEN '60
Friday, March 18, is the BIG day for the Big Green in Chicago. That's the date of the annual President's Dinner to be held at Michigan Shores Club. President SykesHardy '27 and Dinner Chairmen ChuckSolberg '50 and Dave McLaughlin '54
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New Canaan
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PETER M. PULLEN '57
Coach Jack Musick's presence on January 19, 1966 highlighted the start of the New Canaan Club's sixth year. Forty-five men from the towns of New Canaan, Wilton, Ridgefield, and Pound Ridge met at the New Canaan Country Club for
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Pittsfield
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HENRY H. WILLIAMS JR. '49
The annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Berkshire County was held at the Country Club of Pittsfield on November 12, 1965. Thomas E. O'Connell '50, president of Berkshire Community College, was the guest speaker. There was
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Rochester
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PAUL B. URION '38
Jake Crouthamel '60, one of the greatest backs in Dartmouth football history, was the featured speaker at the Dartmouth Club of the Seacoast Region at the Rockingham Hotel on February 9 in Portsmouth, N. H. A large number of
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St. Petersburg
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ROBERT D. ATWOOD '42
Over sixty loyal Dartmouth alumni and friends of the college gathered at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club Monday noon, February 14 for the annual luncheon meeting. We were fortunate to have as our guest speaker, Professor James F.
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Boston
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RALPH B. FIFIELD JR. '46
On February 1, the Dartmouth Club of Boston held its 102nd Annual Dinner at the Sheraton-Boston. Under the guidance of President Ez Crowley '41, this was a highly successful event, with some 1100 alumni, wives, and friends in
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Oregon
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SUMNER M. SHARPE '58
A showing of the 1965 Football Highlights film was featured at a stag smoker held by the Dartmouth Club of Oregon on January 13 at the Park Haviland Hotel in down-town Portland. Dinner was preceded by a cocktail party and after
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Richmond
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CHARLES L. SWEENEY '46
The Dartmouth Club of Richmond, Va., was privileged to have a visit from Coach Bob Blackman on January 14, 1966, at a dinner meeting. Coach Blackman inspired one of the largest turnouts of alumni in the area to gather in many a
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Philadelphia
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DAVID J. STEINBERG '55
The last 30 days in our area have been filled with various Dartmouth activities. To start the ball rolling, we were treated to a visit by Coach Bob Blackman and Jack Musick in the middle of December for a meeting with various
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In tribute to J. Michael McGean '49
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In tribute to J. Michael McGean '49 (left), Secretary of the College, who has ended ten years of service as secretary of the Dartmouth Club Officers Association, a special citation from the Association was presented to him at
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News from the classes
1899
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Care K. Malcolm Beal
JOSEPH GANNON
JOSEPH GANNON
We had graduated, but little more, when Long Jim Richardson called us together for the first Saturday night of March, 1900. It was the beginning of a lifetime of Boston Round-Ups. And he master-minded those celebrations until
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News from the classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
ARTHUR R. VIRGIN
I indeed regret to inform the members of our 1900 family of the death on New Years Day of Harold Hastings. For several years prior to his passing he had been in a precarious state of health. In college we knew him as a quiet,
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1901
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FRANK E. CUDWORTH
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
Katherine, widow of James A. (Kid) Barnard fell and broke her leg in three places and had it in a cast for almost a year. She has moved to a more comfortable place, a privately owned nursing home at 44 Peter Parley Road,
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1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
HAROLD E. PLUMER
A more extended notice of the death of John Porter appears elsewhere, but it is worth noting that of the original eleven members of his delegation in Phi Kappa Psi fraternity only two are now left. They are Herman de Anguerra
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1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
EDWARD H. KENERSON
There is only one of the class not yet heard from who was on the dues paying list last year and, as far as we know, still with us. I have written to find out how he is faring in these increasing years.
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1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
BRUCE W. SANBORN
MYRON E. WITHAM
We regret to report that the 1904 Secretary, Leigh Turner, slipped on a rug on December 12 and in falling fractured a vertebra. After a month in the hospital he was ordered to spend another two months in bed. We wish him a
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
w. HUSTON LILLARD
As we of the north are contending with the icy winds that try hard to pierce the walls of our homes, we read with interest of those who have taken refuge in the Southland, even though they are having troubles about keeping
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
PROF. FRANCIS L. CHILDS
After 25 years on this job I have finally come to the conclusion that what 1906 needs is a new secretary. In spite of many letters, telegrams, etc., I am not able to get any personal news from any of the 1906 members.
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1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
LEON A. SPRAGUE
This winter has been a very cold one and has produced several feet of snow and ice, so now we are looking forward to a February thaw. However we hope that skiing will continue to be good in the North Country.
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1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
WARREN CURRIER
Fred Hodgson sent a Christmas greeting with a note that he expects to continue the work with pollen collection for allergy testing for various hospitals.
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
The 102nd annual dinner and glee club concert of the Boston Alumni Association was held Tuesday February 1 at the Boston Sheraton hotel. Ex Gov. Channing H. Cox '01 and John Crocker '07 were the only ones present before the '09
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1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
HERBERT A. WOLFF
Some of us may have thought that celebrating the fifty-fifth reunion was some accomplishment but Charlie Thomas not only was graduated in 1910; he married Mary Dover Needham in Philadelphia in November of that same year. So
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1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
SAMUEL E. ARONOWITZ
Bequest Chairman,
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1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
ALFRED L. SMITH
As I write this column on a cold winter day with the mercury hovering around zero, the biggest news comes from Dave Orr to the effect that 1912's 54th is chalked up for June 13-16, 1967 in Hanover. Details will be forthcoming
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1913
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GEORGE STEELE
ROBERT O. CONANT
ANDREW W. COMSTOCK
AND T. WILLARD TOWLER
1913, I know, joins me in wishing Barbara and Don Cunningham much happiness. They visited with Tom at Christmas and with Charles over the New Year.
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1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
CHARLES S. BATCHELDER
MARTIN J. REMSEN
LAY
March Lads
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1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
JAMES LER. LAFFERTY
It was pleasing to receive, attached to the proofs of the January Notes, a penned greeting: "Happy New Year! The Mag gals." A bit late, but - "Right back at you, gals"!
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1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
RODERIQUE F. SOULE
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
Graces Nies Fletcher, widow of our classmate, Vive Fletcher, has written a book entitled "What's RIGHT with Our Young People," which Morrow published in the middle of January. The Hall newspaper syndicate has arranged
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1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
I am very sorry to have to report the death of George Montgomery. He died on January 6, 1966, at New York Hospital following a long illness. A letter of sympathy has been sent to Mrs. Montgomery on behalf of the Class as a
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1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
A little history should go with the insertion of the Wales family picture. WilliamChauncey Wales graduated from Dartmouth with an A.B. degree in 1918, and from Harvard University in 1920 with an M.B.A. Degree. He married
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1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
HOWARD W. COLE
The New Rochelle, N. Y., "Standard Star" carried a big article in January regarding the retirement of Ken Huntington as president of the New Rochelle Agency, a post he had held since 1936, having joined the firm in 1921. He was
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1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
Everybody in Florida will have plenty of talk about the big freeze January 29-30 - worst in 30 years, etc. We had planned to leave home on Sunday, January 23. When we heard the forecast of storm and coldwave we tried to hurry
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1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
THOMAS V. CLEVELAND
Here's a nice problem. A retired highschool teacher of Spanish, you are suddenly asked to teach Education and Democracy in Wareham High School. Knowing how fiendishly critical teen-age boys and girls are, where would you
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
and MAJ. GEN. WALTER I. MILLER
Haskell Cohn and Frank Horan, both eminent alumni of Harvard Law School, were recently designated in the School's "Bulletin." Haskell was noted for his honor as vice president of the Harvard Law School Association of
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1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
TRUMAN T. METZEL
In 1944 Al Taylor resigned from the John B. Varick Company, N. H.'s leading hardware concern, and went back to his first love, the insurance business. Two years ago he sold this agency to Charles Gordon and has been working for
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1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
CHARLES M. FRENCH
AND HARRY A. HOLMLUND
You will have received the Class Letter from Butts Lamson about as I write. I hope you liked the page of pictures; which reminds me that Hank and Pauline Hartshorn hope to include a stop with the Beevo-Quecha Beers' in March.
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1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
If you have an opportunity to see the movies of the highlights of the 1965 football season, it's recommended that you be sure to take advantage of it. The effective blocking which made possible some of the spectacular gains is
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1926
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KENNETH W. WEEKS
EDWARD J. HANLON
BRUCE W. EAKEN
Russ Clark reports that as of January 24 a total of 96 classmates had indicated they would either "definitely" or "probably" attend our 40th Reunion June 13-15. In addition to these, your secretary has heard from an additional
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1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
LEON C. GREENBAUM
February 1, at Boston Alumni Association's 102nd Annual Dinner, Bill Cusack for the second time carried off the Class Attendance Prize for 1927 (slight credit to five New Yorkers who swelled '27 attendance to 18, not counting
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHARLES F. BRUDER 3RD
The '28 Executive Committee met at the Dartmouth Club in New York at 3:30 on January 19 with nine members present: President Bill Morton, vice presidents Jack Herpel and John Cronin, treasurer Craig Haines, class agent Howie
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1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
JOHN C. HUBBARD
JACK D. GUNTHER
A very nice guy named George Nickum '31 sent the following news clipping from "The Seattle Times" on the debonair JimHodson:
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
JOHN F. RICH
Newell Rumpf has scored the first major success in our program to arouse class interest on a regional basis. From Chicago comes this interesting report. "After a lapse of many years, a reunion luncheon of Chicago area men from
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLARD C. WOLFF
GEORGE C. NICKUM
I sit here surrounded by bundles of notes and clippings wondering how I could possibly have feared a shortage of news when I took this job over. Hardly a day goes by but a '31 letter finds itself in my mailbox. With cooperation
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1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
ARTHUR E. ALLEN JR.
These notes are being started at the end of January while the knee-high snow is drifting to the tops of the fences. Washington is snowbound. No plow, much less a car, ventured through our part of suburbia for several days.
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1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
WOOD R. FOSTER
I received two wonderful letters this month and hasten to share them with you. The first was from Hank Derricks who is vice president and general manager of Fifth & Boston Corporation, the owner of the First National Bank
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1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
RICHARD H. HOUCK
The mood's the thing. So, Ye Olde Scribe spares no effort to assure authentic atmospheric conditions for this column.
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1935
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WM. W. FITZHUGH JR.
DAVID D. WILLIAMS
THOMAS E. WILSON
Perhaps, in view of the shortage of "hard" news this month and the imminence of our Big 30th Reunion (June 13-16) we should take stock of ourselves as a class far from being over the hill, but definitely approaching a major
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1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
PAUL L. GUIBORD
June 13-16 is only three months away. Gib Sykes, our Thirtieth Reunion chairman, is still patiently waiting for all your replies to complete plans for what promises to be a great reunion in Hanover. We have added to the
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1937
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WILLIAM B. ROTCH
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
As we write this we can't help wishing that George Andrews were here. George has some nostalgic memories of New Hampshire winters, and this year we have one that would make him happy. He writes from Wausau, Wis., that there has
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1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
ROBERT H. RENO
Every once in a while it is a pleasant change to catch up with a classmate, who has pretty much been "lost" for a period of years. Although Vic Johnson attended our eighth reunion the summer after the end of the war, he has been
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1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
RICHARD M. WYMAN
Greetings from gray, windy, and chilly south Florida! This is not meant to be snobbishness in reverse, as we know that most of the country is colder as this is written, but very few houses down here have adequate heat. Only a
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1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
Hanover has been enjoying some of the best skiing snow in years for the past several weeks. I really hesitate to mention it for fear I will cause the usual Carnival thaw to start early but there it is, a fearless, Farmer's
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1941
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FRANK W. HALL
STEWART H. STEFFEY
Only about 90 days left to Reunion - the Tremendous Twenty-Fifth! I'm sure you have the dates on your calendar and all the plans made to be in attendance but as a reminder it's June 16, 17, 18 and 19. As of this writing there
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1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
The Great Blizzard of 1966 has come to Rochester and its vestiges have not departed at this writing. We trust the skiers in the crowd are pleased and will soon be satiated, so we may proceed immediately into a warming trend in
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1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
'43s are roaming around the world in a fantastic pattern of occupations becoming more amazing each year. Interesting what has happened to 600 people all more or less following the same way of life for four years then scattered
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1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
This should be the last time we announce promotions for Claude Schuchter until he reaches 65 and goes chairman. However, Claude is now president of the Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company in Buffalo. And he's gone in in
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1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
From the mile high city of Denver comes news of Cy Allen, who is vice-president of the Bohm-Allen Jewelry Company. Cy and wife Lu have two children, Cy III, a junior in high school with aspirations to matriculate at Hanover,
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1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
Several columns ago I asked if there were any other '46 families blessed with four daughters. In response we received a belated Christmas card from Jack Underhill with a very lovely photograph of their four beautiful daughters.
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1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
The news continues to be sparse. We suspect our classmates of going into hibernation in the winter time. However, since this is written on Ground Hog Day, may all of you see your shadows and let us know what is doing with you
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1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
The wind is whistling outside and the biggest storm of the winter has just deposited about a foot of snow in my driveway. Next week we are planning a trip to Stowe for some skiing with a side trip to Hanover so there is some
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1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
HERMAN E. MULLER JR.
I just finished reading a recent bulletin from the College which tells how Hanover had rain for Christmas. We can go one better and tell you in all seriousness that We had a real downpour here in New Jersey followed by thunder
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1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
ERIC T. MILLER
Several months ago we wrote of JackKent's move to 4401 Delmont Lane, Kensington, Md. Word just in from Jack announces that he and wife Tig checked in their seventh child and third son last August. Time hasn't permitted finding
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1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
FREDERICK F. BROWN
Every time it snows around here the way it has for the last two weeks (late January and early February), I wish I were back in Hanover where the snow stays clean for more than 15 minutes and they know how to cope with it so that
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1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
The cold hard winter was made even more severe last Saturday night (Feb. 5) by a fighting Yale hockey team which humbled the Big Green 4-2 before the unbelieving eyes of your correspondent, and several other astonished
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1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
We went to the Yale-Dartmouth hockey game in New Haven last month with EdBoyle. Dartmouth lost an exciting game climaxed by a giant brawl with all twelve players throwing punches in the middle of the rink. Ed told me that he is
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1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
The ski reports received from classmates in Europe this winter have not left me as envious as in the past. We've had our fair share of snowfall and cold this year. However, digging one's car out every morning and trying to
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1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
Roy Hill writes enthusiastically about Johannesburg and his new job, managing director of Colgate-Palmolive's companies in South Africa, Rhodesia, Zambia and Malawi. He previously headed Colgate-Palmolive operations in the
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1956
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STEWART SANDERS
ABNER OAKES 3RD
I just finished reading an article in the Jan. 8 issue of The New Yorker about Richard Buckminster Fuller. It is interesting reading for several reasons. The article mentions Lucilla, Mr. Fuller's niece and TomMarvel's wife, who
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1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
First item on the agenda this month is the big '57 "Blitz" that Joe Stevenson and his cohorts have planned for the 1966 Alumni Fund Drive. In a nutshell, the Blitz will get underway April 1 and will last about three days. During
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1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
The month of May appears to be shaping up as a big one for matrimonial ceremonies involving '58's. On the seventh, Miss Norma R. Cihak and Paul Daniels plan to be married. Norma is presently employed in Boston by Hornblower &
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1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
I guess it's fortunate that not much news has come through at this time of year, because it is our busiest season and I am afraid that even if countless tidings had flown in on the wings of the snowflakes, I would be forced to
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1960
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THOMAS R. MCBURNEY
JAMES M. POLLARD
Gossip is scarce this month. Only a few letters have made it through the cold and snow, so we shall be brief.
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1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
R. HOPKINS HOLMBERG
This will be a short column as you can tell by dropping your eyes to where it says '62. The reason it is a short column is that there are no facts to put into it - facts about you, yes you sitting there in your chair, leaning
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1962
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PAUL WEINBERG
DAVID M. DEWILDE
More than usual, writing this month's column is rather rushed. The reason follows a few items we've picked up from newspaper clippings in the past few weeks. So first, to those.
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1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
I'd like to remind everyone that letters are the stuff out of which this column is made - so write!!
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Class Notes
News from the classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
Winter Carnival and 2000 dates have come and gone and Hanover has returned to its all-male existence. The weather was miserable, but the rain didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the weekend. The rain and sleet did snarl the exodus
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79,80
Class Notes
News from the classes
1965
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RICK MAHONEY
JAY B. JOHNSTON
I've been receiving a great deal of mail in response to my pleas of the past few months, for which I am very grateful, so I might as well get right to the news.
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Article
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The annual Boston Alumni Association
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The annual Boston Alumni Association dinner on February 1 was the occasion for the Alumni Council's honoring Alex JonathanMcFarland '30 (left) with its Dartmouth Alumni Award. In making the presentation, Wilbur W. Bullen '22
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LYMAN C. WHITTAKER '42,
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LYMAN C. WHITTAKER '42, Administrator of the Anne Arundel General Hospital in Annapolis, Md., where a $4 million expansion program is in the works, has quite a bit of Dartmouth company on the staff. Lyman F. Milliken '27,
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Article
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Alumni College Association
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DICK CAHN '53 ('65)
News is still sparse, at 35 Nathan Hale Drive in Huntington, N. Y., at the time of this writing. Vivian, Michael and I plan to return this weekend to Hanover for Carnival and look forward to a visit with Jim Cavanaugh '55 ('65) and
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A. B. GILE CO.
A. B. GILE CO.
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PRESBYTERIAN NURSING CARE CENTER
PRESBYTERIAN NURSING CARE CENTER
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Webster Associates
Webster Associates
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VAGABOND RANCH
VAGABOND RANCH
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Colonial
Colonial
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Article
Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
This is being written on a beautiful sunny day following a 10 below zero morning; but, with all the whiteness of deep snow outside, it is exactly the type of weather for which ski bunnies and resort operators pray. Here's hoping
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Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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Russ STEARNS '38
The alumni of Thayer School will receive an announcement, shortly, describing a one-week course in the use of the Dartmouth GE-235 computer, and particularly in the use of the Dartmouth time-sharing system and computer
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Article
Associated School News
Tuck School
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BILL BARNET T'65
Once again we find ourselves in the midst of an exciting and rewarding placement schedule with 180 companies, give or take a few, coming to Tuck School to interview second-year students. Inasmuch as there are only 95 interested
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CAMPBELL FILMS
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ROGER T. MAHER
ROGER T. MAHER
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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Obituary
In Memoriam
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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HILDA B. RUSSELL
HILDA B. RUSSELL
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Preparatory School Directory
Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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Bell System
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THE DARTMOUTH Co-op
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