Issue: 19660701

Friday, July 1, 1966
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JAMES CAMPION, INC., HANOVER, N. H.
JAMES CAMPION, INC., HANOVER, N. H.
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS
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Real Estate For Sale Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region
Real Estate For Sale Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Let the Elders Speak Up
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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
Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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Webster Associates
Webster Associates
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CAMPBELL FILMS SAXTONS RIVER, VERMONT
CAMPBELL FILMS SAXTONS RIVER, VERMONT
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A.B. GILE CO.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE FOUNDATIONS OF FREEDOM: THE INTERRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS.
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KALMAN H. SILVBRT
By Durward. V. Sandifer andL. Ronald Scheman '53. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., 1966. 139 pp. $5.00.
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Dartmouth Authors
MIGRATION AND THE SPREAD AND GROWTH OF URBAN SETTLEMENT
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JOHN W. SOMMER '60
(Lund Studies in Geography, Ser. B. Human Geography No. 26). By Richard L.Morrill '55. Lund, Sweden: C. W. K.Gleerup, 1965. 208 pp.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS AND URBAN RENEWAL.
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FRANK SMALLWOOD '51
By J. Clarence DaviesIII '59. New York: Columbia UniversityPress, 1966. 235 pp. $6.75.
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Dartmouth Authors
AMERICAN LABOR TODAY (Reference Shelf, Vol. 37, Number 5).
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ROBERT M. MACDONALD
Edited by Herbert L. Marx Jr. '43. New York:H. W. Wilson Co., 1965. 208 pp. $3.00.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
SOVIET STRATEGIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.
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ERNEST P. YOUNG
An Exploration of Eastern Policyunder Lenin and Stalin. By Prof. CharlesB. McLane '41 (Government). Princeton,N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1966.563 pp. $12.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE CHANDALAR KUTCHIN (Technical Paper No. 17).
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JAMES W. FERNANDEZ
By Prof. Robert A.McKennan '25 (Anthropology). Montreal,Canada: Arctic Institute of North America, 1965. 156 pp., 26 pi. $3.00 to members of the Institute; $4.00 to nonmembers.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE CORFU INCIDENT OF 1923: MUSSOLINI AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS.
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GENE LYONS
By Prof. James Barros (Government). Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1965. 339 pp. $7.50.
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Briefly Noted
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Marketing Management by Prof. Kenneth R. Davis (Tuck School of Business Administration) has been brought out in a second edition (New York: Ronald Press Company, 1966. 894 pp. $9.00). In author Davis' preface he states that
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Alumni Articles
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Reginald H. Colley '09 was one of three co-authors of "1959 Cooperative Marine Piling Project: 1. Marine-Block Preservative Evaluation Experiments," published this year by the American Wood-Preservers' Association, and was a
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Academic Delegates
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Dartmouth has been represented at recent academic ceremonies by the following:
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Princeton Weekend Concert
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The Class of 1968's second annual fall concert has been scheduled for Princeton Weekend in Hanover, Saturday, October 8, at 8:30 p.m. An estimated 5800 seats will be set up in Leverone Field House for the event, which this year
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JOHN H. DENMAN AGENCY
JOHN H. DENMAN AGENCY
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(Norwich Inn and Motel)
(Norwich Inn and Motel)
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LAKE NAOMI
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** R. I. P. ** CONSTITUTION
** R. I. P. ** CONSTITUTION
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S. W. FARNHAM, Broker Vermont and N. H. Properties
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WANTED: SKIING CIVIL ENGINEER
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SCHOOL SERVICE BUREAU
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NORTH SHORE RIDGE
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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GEORGE GREBENSTEIN '07, recipient of a Good Citizenship Award from the Veterans of Foreign Wars "for his many years of service to the people of Upton, Mass."
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PINK BEACH
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General Motors is People.
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COMMENCEMENT 1966
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COMMENCEMENT DAY 1966 was another of those memorable Dartmouth occasions. The weather was perfect with temperatures in the high 60's; brilliant sunshine bathed the elm-shaded Baker Library lawn and a slight breeze stirred the
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Future Goals for Public Service
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JOHN W. MACY JR., LL.D.
THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
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Fund Goal Within Reach
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Early this month the 1966 Alumni Fund was close to its $1,900,000 goal, and incoming mail postmarked June 30 plus other definite income made it likely that the goal could not only be reached but surpassed.
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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS
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Few men get what they want three times over but if it be true that you graduated from college wanting to be a college president, you surely hit the jackpot with three presidencies before your thirtieth reunion, not to
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Trustees Reelected
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THREE members of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees were elected to second five-year terms at last month's commencement meeting of the Board. John D. Dodd '22 of Hampton, N. J., William E. Buchanan '24 of Menasha, Wis., and Robert S.
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Valedictory to 1966
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
MEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS
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Valedictory to the College
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MICHAEL DAVID DANZIG '66
THE commencement ceremony in which we are participating today has a dual aspect. We are forced to envision the future while at the same time we are surrounded by objects of the past. The significance of commencement as a
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Reflections
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS '16
THE FIFTY-YEAR ADDRESS
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A New Look for Reunions
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REUNION WEEK '66 had a very special quality. As in the past there were colorful hats and other distinctive class apparel, crowded tents, and ample opportunities for fellowship and conviviality, but there was also an atmosphere
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New Record for
New Record for
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For the third year in a row, a new record in 25-year giving has been established by the 25th reunion class. At its banquet in Alumni Hall on Saturday, June 18, the Class of 1941 presented the College with a "check" in the
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A. A. Stambaugh '42 Heads General Alumni Association
A. A. Stambaugh '42 Heads General Alumni Association
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Armstrong A. Stam-baugh Jr. '42 of Bryn Mawr, Pa., vice president of the Gulf Oil Corporation, is the new president of the General Association of Alumni of Dartmouth College for 1966-67. His election and that
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Davis Heads Alumni Council
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GEORGE I. DAVIS '28 of Glens Falls, N. Y., was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council at its meeting in Hanover on June 17. He takes over leadership of Dartmouth's top alumni organization from Morrison G. Tucker
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Council Makes Four Awards
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THE highest accolade of the Dartmouth Alumni Council - the Dartmouth Alumni Award - was conferred on four graduates of the College during the Commencement and Reunion periods last month.
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DCAC FOOTBALL NEWS
DCAC FOOTBALL NEWS
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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PETER J. GOLENBOCK '67
IT would be hard to single out any one individual," beamed varsity baseball coach Tony Lupien. "They were all outstanding and each had his moments of glory."
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1966 Football Forecast
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I HAD made up my mind to be optimis- tic this season. Yet everywhere I went last winter, I received the same comment from sportswriters, fans and alumni: "Gosh, you don't lose anybody from last year's undefeated Dartmouth team!"
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Green Becomes Rowing Power with JV Victory at Syracuse
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A HIGH water mark in Dartmouth rowing was achieved on Syracuse's Onondaga Lake on Saturday, June 18, when the Big Green junior varsity crew sprang the biggest surprise of many a year by winning the Kennedy Challenge Trophy
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1901's 65th
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HARRY B. GILMORE
Six classmates were present at the 65th reunion: Harland Gate with his nephew and wife; Frank Cudworth, his wife, daughter and her family; George French; Harry Gilmore and his son Harry Jr. '34; CharlesHildreth and wife and Thomas
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1906's 60th
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By FRANCIS L. CHILDS
Our 60th Reunion proved in every way a complete success. We named it the Last Roundup because, although we hope to share occasional informal get-togethers during our remaining years, this is the last officially organized
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1911's 55th
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
1911's 55th reunion is now history but many pleasant memories remain. Limited space allows only a brief summary of the principal events, but a more complete story will be found in "Leven Up." Festivities began with the arrival
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1916's 50th
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
Has there any old fellow got mixed with the boys?
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1926's 40th
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HENRY P. ESQUERRE
Our Fortieth Reunion has come and gone. To those who were -there its memory and flavor will long be remembered and savored. For those who were not, it is your new secretary's task to try to evoke something of the experience and
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1935's 30th
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
So you couldn't make reunion. Sorry about that. You missed the best one yet! Some 205 classmates, wives and youngsters heartily concur that '35's Belated 30th was perfect. Even the weather cooperated. The only rain came in the
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1936's 30th
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
The Class of 1936 established a new attendance record for a Thirtieth Reunion with 122 members present, plus 88 wives and 79 children of all ages. Hanover m June is beautiful and the weather cooperated to provide glorious
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1937's 30th
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ROBERT C. BANKART
Well, sir, Lanny Moore's reunion theme, "The World Is Still Our Oyster" was great even though we never saw any. The over-all consensus was that although numerically smaller than our twenty-fifth it was a beautifully organized
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1941's 25th
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BY EARL H. COTTON
It doesn't seem possible that the long-awaited and much heralded 25th reunion has come and gone, and passed into history; but it has, and historic it was! From all corners of the globe classmates answered the familiar cry of "
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1956's 10th
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STEWART SANDERS
The count was two hundred and six "56s, and they came from all over the country and from Europe, too. Add wives and sweethearts and the count comes up to 372, and children brought the total up to 393. That gave our class the
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1960's 5th
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AXEL L. GRABOWSKY
147 charming wives and dates and 179 of us set a new record for Fifth Reunion attendance. A rip roaring time was had by all. Reunion Chairman Wayne Givens and his committee laid on beer, food, and sunshine in quantity and
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1961's 5th
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JOEL HEATHCOTE
The 250 stalwarts who spent reunion weekend in Hanover will, I am sure, affirm the wisdom of spacing such activity out so that it only occurs once every five years. If anybody, no matter how well trained and how durable, tried
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
'62's 5th
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
Having reluctantly put away my '62 cap and badge, and finally persuaded Susan that I really wasn't that bad four years ago, I have been allowed a small space to account for that part of the reunion I remember. The activities and
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CHEFS TABLE RESTAURANT
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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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ON VILLAGE GREEN
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SUMMER RETREAT
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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THE DARTMOUTH CO.OP
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