Issue: 19661001

Saturday, October 1, 1966
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MILITARY POWER: THE FADING PERSUADER
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WORLD HANDICRAFT CENTER
WORLD HANDICRAFT CENTER
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LINCOLN continental
LINCOLN continental
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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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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AVCO
AVCO
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THE princess HOTEL GOLF & BEACH CLUB
THE princess HOTEL GOLF & BEACH CLUB
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PINK ABEACH
PINK ABEACH
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Hotel lierre
Hotel lierre
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Un Salut
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IN CASE YOU'VE FORGOTTEN
IN CASE YOU'VE FORGOTTEN
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TIME SHARE CORPORATION
TIME SHARE CORPORATION
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
SELECTED PROSE OF ROBERT FROST.
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STEARNS MORSE
Edited by Hyde Cox and Edward Connery Lathem '51. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1966. 119 pp.$4.50.
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WEATHERS AND EDGES.
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ROBERTS W. FRENCH '56
By PhilipBooth '47. New York: The Viking Press,1966. 65 pp. $4.50.
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CONGRESS AND LOBBIES: IMAGE AND REALITY.
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DAVID M. KOVENOCK
By Andrew M. Scott '45 andMargaret A. Hunt. Chapel Hill, N. C.:The University of North Carolina Press,1966. 106 pp. $4.50.
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IDEAS, WEALS, AND AMERICAN DIPLOMACY: A HISTORY OF THEIR GROWTH AND INTERACTION.
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HERBERT W. HILL
ByArthur A. Ekirch Jr. '37. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts,1966. 205 pp.$2.25 (Paper bound).
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Dartmouth Authors
GEOCHEMISTRY OF BERYLLIUM AND GENETIC TYPES OF BERYLLIUM DEPOSITS.
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JOHN B. LYONS
By A. A. Be us. Edited byLincoln R. Page '31 and translated byF. Lachman. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman and Co., 1966. 401 pp. $15.00.
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MATHEMATICS IN MEDICINE AND THE LIFE SCIENCES.
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JOHN PHILIP HENRY, M.D.
By Prof. GeorgeR. Stibitz (Physiology). Chicago: YearBook Medical Publishers, Inc., 1966. 391pp. $12.50.
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From the Tower Room Looking East
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E.C. BEER
In ancient Hellas, scholars talked Of ethics and aesthetics, As they thro' halls of learning walked With fellow peripatetics.
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Briefly Noted
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Samuel French Morse '36 has written the verse for a delightfully whimsical children's book, All in a Suitcase (Boston: Little, Brown, 1966, $3.75). Preparing to pack a suitcase for a trip to Boston is an unusual experience when
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Alumni Articles
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J. Almus Russell '20 is the author of several new articles. "Heaven in the Huckleberry Patch" appeared in The Outdoor Journal, July and August 1966 (Vol. 4, Nos. 2 and 3). "Old Dobbin Sawed the Wood" was in the September
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PAINE WEBBER JACKSON & CURTIS
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CLOTHING
CLOTHING
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FAVORITE DARTMOUTH RECIPES
FAVORITE DARTMOUTH RECIPES
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TEXAS INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
TEXAS INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
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Chemical New York
Chemical New York
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General Motors
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Sixteen Newly Elected Members of the Dartmouth Alumni Council
Sixteen Newly Elected Members of the Dartmouth Alumni Council
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A. KELVIN SMITH '20 Cleveland, Ohio Member at Large
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Bell System
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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The College
Class of 1970.
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Although the 797 young men of the Class of 1970 have yet to demonstrate their awesome potential in the classroom, they have already made an impression as a very responsive group. More than 600, for instance, have voluntarily
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The College
Senior Symposia.
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Replacing the Great Issues program in the lives of the new senior class will be the 1966-67 Senior Symposia, a program with such an impressive lineup of first speakers that it must be reckoned as one of the most exciting
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The College
New Mental Health Center.
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William L. Wilson '34, Hospital Administrator for the Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, and Dr. S. Marsh Tenney '44, Acting Dean of the Medical School, recently disclosed plans to construct a prototype Mental Health
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The College
Labor Union on Campus.
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The College's janitorial and grounds workers are now represented by a Hanover local of the Building Service Employees Union of the AFL-CIO. After several months of College-union negotiations, the Buildings and Grounds
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The College
Summer Construction.
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The College has been busy building this summer, although most of the work would escape the eye of the center-of-campus visitor. One piece of construction that wouldn't, however, is the Kiewit Computation Center which gets
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The College
Tuck School Overseers.
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Two new Overseers for the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration have been elected by the College's Board of Trustees. Four others have been reelected to serve second terms.
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The College
Full-Time Medical Director.
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The College has for the first time a full-time Medical Director at Dick's House to look after the health needs of the students. Previous directors have been enlisted part-time from the medical staff of the Hitchcock Clinic.
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The College
Dartmouth Arts Council.
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Twelve persons, half of them alumni, have accepted invitations to serve on a steering committee to develop the structure and functions of the Dartmouth Arts Council authorized by the Trustees to sponsor and strengthen
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The College
The Birth of a Board.
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WDCR, which has been operating under the Trustees through the Council on Student Organizations, now has its very own Board of Overseers. Established by President Dickey, the new WDCR Board of Overseers includes the student
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The College
Four More Reynolds Scholars.
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Four more seniors have been honored with Dartmouth's coveted James B. Reynolds Scholarships for foreign study during the 1966-67 academic year, making a total of twelve Reynolds awards for the year.
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The College
Magazine Award.
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In the annual competition among alumni magazines conducted by the American Alumni Council the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE was named one of the top ten magazines of the year 1965-66. The Sibley Award as the best magazine of
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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JOSEPH w. SEACREST '18, recipient of the Nebraska Builders Award, highest non-academic honor of the University of Nebraska.
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"The Canadian Year"
"The Canadian Year"
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THE Dartmouth community will have its attention turned north to that great nation only 90 miles from campus as the College joins Canada in celebrating its centennial with a year-long program emphasizing all thing Canadian.
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MILITARY POWER: THE FADING PERSUADER
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LIEUTENANT GENERAL JAMES M. GAVIN
In the modern world, technology and economics have taken on roles of growing importance
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WORLD UNDERSTANDING: A Job for Mass Communications
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WALTER WANGER '15
IT is easy to prove in this exciting era that due to mass media and communications a revolution unparalleled in history is in the making in world understanding. Sensational developments in science and economics have created a new
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1966 Fund: $1,937,790
1966 Fund: $1,937,790
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Dartmouth's 1966 Alumni Fund campaign achieved bright new records as 22,797 alumni, parents and friends contributed $1,937,790 to the 52nd annual drive. This was $37,790 above the $1,900,000 goal and $157,000 over the total raised
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Understatement: A Busy Summer
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MORE persons took part in classes, conferences, institutes, seminars, training programs, and research activities on the Dartmouth campus this past summer than ever before - with a corresponding record use of the College's
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ABC Inaugurates Pilot Program at Hanover High
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EIGHT of the 80 boys who completed the eight-week A Better Chance program at the College this summer are now living together in Hanover and attending classes at Hanover High School in an experimental endeavor that could
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A Landmark Goes Down
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DARTMOUTH'S 1966 summer program was the busiest and most varied in recent years, but nothing had quite the attraction for the populace as the crashing, dusty, destructive event that took place daily at the corner of Main
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College to Publish Webster Papers
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE is gathering and intends to publish the collected papers of Daniel Webster, lawyer, statesman, orator, and illustrious alumnus of the College, Class of 1801.
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Alumni Album—l
Movie Maker
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After Dartmouth and Tuck, CHARLES A. (CAP) PALMER '23 was a New England businessman till age 35 when, vacationing in California, he wrote a short story and sold it to Cosmopolitan.
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Alumni Album—l
Boat Rocker
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WILBUR H. (PING) FERRY '32 in his 25th reunion biography wrote: "A rising standard of living seems meaningless when placed against what I regard as declining standards of morality."
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Alumni Album—l
Press Secretary
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If WOODY KLEIN '51 were playing himself in a Western movie, he'd wear both a white and a black hat. For ten years this New York newsman has been a municipal critic. Now he's Mayor John Lindsay's press secretary.
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Alumni Album—l
Father Prior
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RICHARD P. REID '43 left Dartmouth in the middle of his junior year to join Carlson's Raiders, a Marine outfit with the glamour of the Green Berets. Friends sold him on the Air Corps instead, and lacking the physical
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Alumni Album—l
War Reporter
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ARTHUR ZICH '56 describes himself as a commuter. His job of writing war stories for TimeLife takes him from his home in Hong Kong to Vietnam at one- to three-week intervals.
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
PROFESSOR Elmer Harp Jr. of Anthropology began a 32-month project this summer which he hopes will further the development of an aerial photographic system for archaeological research and add to our knowledge of early cultures
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College Comptroller Retires
College Comptroller Retires
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Robert D. Funkhouser '27
Ends 29 Years of Service As Business Officer
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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lAMBAST those Lambert Trophy guys!" "Maul those poison ivy champs!" Such bombastic yells from a small, but loud, group of Southern Connecticut State College students who had accompanied their team to Hanover for a controlled
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With the Big Green Teams
Soccer
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DICK BALDWIN
A strong offense and a questionable defense will characterize Coach Whitey Burnham's varsity soccer team this fall. The days of outstanding defense (Dartmouth has been rough in this department of late) are gone. Whitey states
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With the Big Green Teams
Cross Country
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DICK BALDWIN
"We should be better," says Coach Ellie Noyes. His 1966 varsity cross-country squad will show more depth and more experience; and there should be more of them. The only big loss is Captain Roy Benson. The best upperclassmen
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With the Big Green Teams
Fall Schedule
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DICK BALDWIN
FOOTBALL - Sept. 24, Massachusetts; Oct. 1, Holy Cross at Worcester; 8, Princeton; 15, Brown; 22, Harvard at Cambridge; 29, Yale at New Haven; Nov. 5, Columbia; 12, Cornell at Ithaca; 19, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
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You Are Invited
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To: The traditional Dartmouth get-together and beer, coke, and cocktail party sponsored by the Dartmouth Club at Harvard.
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Class Notes
News from the Clubs
London
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FRED D. POLLARD '53
The Dartmouth Alumni Club of London met April 6 at the Westbury Hotel for a luncheon meeting. At that time it was agreed to organize and have regular meetings. Robert Breyfogle '26 is the president and FredPollard '53 is the
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News from the Clubs
Cape Cod
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ROBERT M. BURRILL '50
The 10th annual spring dinner meeting of the Club was held at the Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville, Mass., on June 30, 1966. Eighty Dartmouth men, their wives, and guests attended the affair.
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News from the Clubs
Phoenix
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RICHARD G. HOLBROOK '31
This is our first chance to award wah-hoowahs for the steak broil on April 28 at the Jokake Wikiup, attended by 36 members and guests, arranged by Frank Poor '26, and masterfully maestroed by retiring (maybe outgoing is better)
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News from the Clubs
Cleveland
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EDWARD OBERNDORF '52
RICHARD S. STODDART '50
The Dartmouth Association of Cleveland has just completed its very successful and always stimulating and entertaining Tea Dance at the Chagrin Valley Hunt Club. The usual good music, good fun, and door prizes were awarded by
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News from the Clubs
Rochester
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PAUL B. URION '38
The Dartmouth Club of the Seacoast Area held its annual meeting at the Exeter Inn on Tuesday, May 24. Professor Donald L. Kreider, noted author and teacher, spoke to the Club members and their wives on the operation of the
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News from the Clubs
Essex and Morris
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JOHN C. TRIMBLE
The annual picnic was held on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and our hearty thanks are again extended to Dot and Bill Blanchard '30 for their hospitality. Despite hostile weather conditions, 106 faithful alumni, wives,
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News from the Clubs
Bridgeport
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RICHARD H. MACDONALD '44
On the evening of May 25 Joan and Mefford Runyon '47 graciously opened their Fairfield home to host the Dartmouth Club of Bridgeport. This year the ever popular casserole supper was combined with the annual meeting and drew a number
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News from the Clubs
Denver
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ROBERT R. MONTGOMERY '56
The association's summer activities were climaxed by the annual stag picnic at NedGrant's '30 ranch. Approximately 100 sportsmen participated in such sophisticated events as the chipping contest, a ping pong ball blowing contest,
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News from the Clubs
Dayton
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SYDNEY L. GROSS JR.
The Dayton Dartmouth Alumni Club has made its annual Dartmouth Citizenship Awards to seven area high school juniors. Winners receive a copy of Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, and their names are engraved on plaques displayed
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News from the Clubs
Hartford
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RICHARD A. WATSON '59
Since many of you are not entirely aware of our recently past events, let's quickly recap the end of the '65-'66 season, studded by two stellar projects. One was the annual meeting visit by Professor John Kemeny on May 9 and
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News from the Clubs
Montana
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JOHN B. TONKOVICH '59
WILLIAM B. ROBERTS '44
One of the oldest Dartmouth Alumni Associations in the nation became a formally organized club on 21 March 1966 with the formation of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Montana. William B. Roberts '44 was elected president,
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News from the Clubs
Oregon
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SUMNER M. SHARPE '58
One of the most enjoyable speakers to arrive on the Portland and Oregon Dartmouth scene in many years was Coach Bob Blackman at a dinner held at the Mallory Hotel in Portland on June 11. Arrangements for the dinner were made
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News from the Clubs
Pioneer Valley
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HALLAM J. CLARK '22
The Pioneer Valley Dartmouth Club held a dinner meeting on May 25 at the Holyoke High School cafeteria. The highlight of the evening was the presence of Bob Blackman who had come as guest speaker for the school's awards night.
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News from the Clubs
Pittsburgh
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FOSTER L. ABORN '56
WAYNE D. KOMARA '53
President Gus Aberle '55 has released the following schedule of events for this academic year: On Friday night, Oct. 14, which is Dartmouth Night, there will be a reception. We will make a special effort to bring together
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Three Filmstrips Available to Clubs
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The College has available three color filmstrips for distribution to alumni clubs or individuals on a free loan basis. The filmstrips, running 15 minutes each, are accompanied by a synchronized sound track on a long-playing
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News from the Classes
1894
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KENT KNOWLTON
As long as C.C. Merrill, our incomparable secretary, was with us I think '94 was heard from in this column as often as any of the other classes, but of late years I am afraid we have fallen behind. But as the only surviving
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News from the Classes
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
JOSEPH W. GANNON
Like a spring freshet the news pours in even during a dry summer. A secretary takes new courage. But the news is not always good. Last September Ed Allen left us. June 25 Fod Martin went, three weeks before the secretary's
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News from the Classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
ARTHUR R. VIRGIN
This is an addendum to the account of Bob Jackson's initiation into the tribal mysteries of the Seminole Indians reported in the June issue of the MAGAZINE. Besides an onomatopoeic - just to prove that the writer was once a
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News from the Classes
1901
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THOMAS F. MCGOVERN
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
In the July issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE a preliminary report of the 65th reunion was contributed by Harry Gilmore. For the convenience of the Class, the College provided an automobile and driver, Robert Pacher '67. Bob was an
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News from the Classes
1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
HAROLD E. PLUMER
Not everyone has heard of the death of Professor Tracy, who taught Anatomy at the Medical School of the University of Kansas for many years. A more extended notice appears elsewhere in this or a subsequent MAGAZINE.
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News from the Classes
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
EDWARD H. KENERSON
Possibly in the MAGAZINE there will be a more general write-up and pictures of the changes in process looking to the modernization and enlargement of the Hanover Inn. Recently I received a clipping from the N. Y. Times with a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
BRUCE W. SANBORN
PROF. MYRON E. WITHAM
Charlie Tubbs, our head class agent, had his 50th anniversary of ordination in the ministry of the Episcopal Church and 49 years in its priesthood, on June 24. On the day of the observance he and Anna went to a church service
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News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
W. HUSTON LILLARD
Sixty-one years! Eheu fugaces anni labuntur! How swift indeed the fleeting years slip by, O respected shade of Horace.
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
EDWARD B. REDMAN
As the Class of 1906 enters the "Drop Out" group I hope the members will be more active in keeping the secretary informed of what they are doing so the class notes will be more interesting.
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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 again! The final figure for 1966 Alumni Fund was $9,581.46. The dollar objective was $6550. There were 141 contributors, and our combined rating was 405.9%. Bob Kenyon, our hard-working class
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News from the Classes
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
WARREN CURRIER
New Addresses: James N. Douglas, 1448 Kemble Street, Utica, N. Y. 13501. Henry L. Stone, 8-A Franzone Drive, Bradford, Mass. 01830. John W. Thompson, 10 Mitchell Place, New York, N. Y. 10017.
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News from the Classes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
The start of the new year finds 1909 with 77 members on its active mailing list. LouisLinn White died on May 14 and MauriceReadey on July 4. Memoriams have been prepared for them and will appear in this MAGAZINE or a later one.
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
HERBERT A. WOLFF
Trust a Tenner to be in the right place at the right time - when an unusual and "earth-shaking" event takes place - like the beginning of the end of our time-honored Hanover Inn. Bucky Allen "was on hand to see the first blow
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
SAMUEL E. ARONOWITZ
The chimes on Baker are about to ring out the opening of Dartmouth's 197 th year and the start of 1911's 56th year as alumni to whom will go as usual the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE. YOU know that all a classmate has to do to
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News from the Classes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
ALFRED L. SMITH
Orchids to our Class Agent, Eddie Luitwieler, for a job so well done that 1912 went over its quota and finished well up front in the Green Derby. Eddie reports that Gertrude was improving slowly while at their cottage on Cape
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News from the Classes
1913
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GEORGE STEELE
ROBERT O. CONANT
ANDREW W. COMSTOCK
'13ers to a man congratulate Ralph andIsabella Drury on the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary on August 5. And every wish for many more anniversaries to you both.
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News from the Classes
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
HOWARD S. CURTIS
MARTIN J. REMSEN
SUMMER SUMMARY
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
JAMES L. LAFFERTY
The hottest summer in history, at least within the memory of this New York City resident, leaves us confronted with a stack of notes and items - Class-wise - all too remindful that vacation-time is over. On top of that, the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
JAMES H. COLTON
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
The deep sympathy of the Class is extended to Lora Greenwood and the members of her family in the death of our classmate, Clint Greenwood, whose obituary will be found in the In Memoriam section of this or a subsequent issue of
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
Here is great news for all of you Yale game goers! Bob and Anita Scott are again going to hold an Open House after the Yale game on October 29 at their new home on Fox Hill Road, Woodbridge, Conn. Bob wants me to say that
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News from the Classes
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
We sadly advise our classmates that William B. Wright passed away on June 27, 1966, at his Marys River Ranch at Deeth, Nev., at the age of 70. He apparently had a heart attack while working on his ranch. He was a staunch friend of
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News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
HOWARD W. COLE
Greetings and salutations from your Secretary as we go into 1966-67, and, after about twenty years on this job, (too many) he hopes to be able to hold up for a while. However, our traveling Newsletter Editor, Win Batchelder,
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News from the Classes
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
First off— about the 1920-21 summer picnic and steak roast at Abe Weld's farm tucked away up on the side of a mountain in Bradford, N. H. There were between 70 and 80 from the two classes, a few from other classes, Red Rolfe
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News from the Classes
1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
THOMAS V. CLEVELAND
Some men feel let down after a party. But not Kent McKinley. He was so excited that he nearly suffered a coronary. Wearing black pants, black shirts, and black masks, four white gunmen invaded his luxurious Sarasota home in
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News from the Classes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
An Indian Yell for each of these Twoters who has recently added luster to the annals of '22:
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
TRUMAN T. METZEL
The class of 1923 has good reason to be in a rejoicing mood as it faces its 44th year after graduation. Under Lou Wilcox's leadership and inspiration we finally went over the top in the Alumni Fund. Several new highs were
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
CHARLES M. FRENCH
This is written on the last day of the summer term, having taught two courses since the official retirement in June. See the next Class Letter for some pictures to document that event, with regret that while we caught five '24s
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
Summer has passed all too quickly and here we are facing another academic year of publication after a three-months' respite. Much has happened during this period, without doubt, but little has been reported.
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News from the Classes
1926
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HENRI P. ESQUERRÉ
JOHN W. ROBERTS
HENRY L. PARKER 3RD
This note is by way of apology to PhilBenjamin, Dick Mandel, and our fine Class Memorial Book Committee for making no mention of their great work in my Reunion Report. In any event, you all have received a copy of the Memorial
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
LEON C. GREENBAUM
To catch up on the accumulation of summer news. Ken and Ruth Murray back for Alumni College this August - hopefully looking over talent for some of our 40th events. Bob Stevens at Timber-Hole Farm, his place in Londonderry,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHAJRLES F. BRUDER 3RD
The war in Viet Nam has been brought closer to us by word from Joe Smith that his son, Fred, was wounded in action near DaNang on April 16. He was admitted to the St. Albans, Long Island, Naval Hospital on April 24 to receive
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News from the Classes
1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
JOHN C. HUBBARD
JACK D. GUNTHER
Joe Losey is getting lots of publicity these days. His picture "The Servant" was tremendously popular. According to some reviews, however, "King and Country" is even a finer film. Now, Joe comes up with "Modesty Blaise" which
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News from the Classes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
JOHN F. RICH
News has piled up over the summer. Before sharing it with you, let's talk Alumni Fund once more and join in a loud "Well done!" for Bud French whose overrun of objective took us above the $50,000 mark for the first time.
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News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLARD C. WOLFF
GEORGE C. NICKUM
During the summer months a steady accumulation of news seems to take place. Loyal brethren forward clippings with hastily scrawled greetings on the margin.
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News from the Classes
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
ARTHUR E. ALLEN JR.
We open another year of reporting on class news - your job, business, family. Something may come through on your hobbies, community activities, travel, philosophy, current thinking. . . .
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News from the Classes
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
WOOD R. FOSTER
Hope you all had a great summer! We sure did and after our first full year as Vermont residents, wouldn't swap for any place we've ever been.
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News from the Classes
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
RICHARD H. HOUCK
Good summer?
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News from the Classes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
C. HALL COLTON
THOMAS E. WILSON
It seems only fitting to inaugurate this column by paying tribute to its previous author, Bill Fitzhugh. Bill's lively style, humor and thoroughness in chronicling class happenings will be hard to match. I can only promise to
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News from the Classes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUTLER
JAMES STEPHENS JR.
PAUL L. GUIBORD
"The long, hot summer" certainly describes the weeks since the 30th Reunion in Hanover. I'm sure Gib Sykes has been unwinding after performing so admirably as chairman. He did report that we failed to drink half a keg of beer
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKHART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
Among the unusual benefits of a class reunion is one pertinent only to a secretary, a 100% captive group, and if a secretary can soberly balance a pencil, paper, gin, and tonic he can have a field day. We got our usual C plus.
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
ROBERT H. RENO
It seems hardly possible, but summer is long gone, football ticket applications have come through the mail, and by the time this appears, another fall season will be well under way.
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News from the Classes
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
RICHARD M. WYMAN
Fall is coming early this year in the higher elevations of the Great Smokies and the Blue Ridge. Our mountain friends tell us that the length of the cornsilk, the color of the woolly worms, and the number of the acorns all
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
GORDON K. WENTWORTH
It was a short summer wasn't it? Seems like only yesterday we were signing off from this spot, yet here we go again. All too soon the hiatus has given way to the resumption of committee meetings, the getting the children ready
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News from the Classes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
To follow up on an item in the reunion report regarding the absence of our former class secretary, Sue and Mouse Hall have announced the birth of a daughter, Mary Evelyn, on June 30, 1966. Congratulations on behalf of the Class,
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News from the Classes
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
Back again, after a pleasant and restful summer, to open the last round of reportage concerning activities and accomplishments of the Class and its members. Certainly the most noteworthy of these, since our previous edition, is
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News from the Classes
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
This class gets its share of honors. Most unique this summer went to Eddie O'Brien, the writer, who appeared at the 1966 Alumni College with wife and seven children and won the attendance record. He and another large producer
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. McELNEA JR.
In June I learned from the other Bob Miller, Bob F. Miller, of the tragic air crash that claimed his wife, Mary, his fifteen-year-old son Mark Andrew, and youngest son, six-year-old Scott, on Easter Sunday. Always an athletic,
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News from the Classes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
Another change of season is with us, and again greetings to all '45s, both male and female!!
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News from the Classes
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
As I write this, and long before you read it, it appears that summer is over. It's cooler here in the hills, Hanover is starting to come to life after a two-week hiatus following summer school, and the football squad returned
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News from the Classes
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
Even with summertime now a thing in the past, it seems necessary to bring up some of the odd duties that our public officials go through. The public official referred to is Mike Pender, Commissioner of Hempstead, L. I., Town
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News from the Classes
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
Once again fall is approaching and I hope all of you enjoyed your summer holidays either at home or at the seashore or mountains. We spent a week in New Hampshire this year. During our stay, we traveled from the top of Mt.
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News from the Classes
1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
HERMAN E. MULLER JR.
A fresh batch of copy paper and mailing envelopes arrived at my home a few days ago, and this is akin to sending paper dragons and fireworks to your favorite Chinese laundryman. I am sure our minds would react about the same.
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News from the Classes
1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
ERIC T. MILLER
Labor Day has arrived again, and as I procrastinated about penning this epistle during the waning weeks of summer I'll spend a safe and sane weekend scribbling it out in order to meet the deadline for copy.
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News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
FREDERICK F. BROWN
This month's column could not start without words of praise and thanks to Head Agent Howie Read, his many co-workers, and the 496 '51's whose average gift of just over $52 added up to a total contribution just shy of $25,800 to
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News from the Classes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
One thing about these October notes. A fellow always has some news to report. It piles up over the summer. Wish it was that way every month! Yep, lots of water has gone under the bridge since last report. Scarcely know where to
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News from the Classes
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
It's always a pleasure to write the October issue of this column. For once in the year there is plenty of news thanks to an accumulation over the summer months. From reading the many press clippings, I would say that it's been
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News from the Classes
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
In this summer of riot, strike, water shortage, and television reruns, there was one bright spot. The news drought suffered by this column has ended, at least temporarily. The level of our reservoir of press releases, newspaper
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
Nick Kotz won a top journalistic prize, the Raymond Clapper Award, for disclosing that many post office "antipoverty" jobs for young people in the summer of 1965 were filled by friends of Congressmen and other public officials.
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News from the Classes
1956
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LEONARD J. CLARK
ABNER OAKES 3RD
I am writing this month's column in the absence of an immediate replacement for retiring Class Secretary, Stu Sanders. Stu will be taking a well-earned rest after an especially conscientious job which included a great deal of
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News from the Classes
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
Off we go on another season of following the progress of the Great Class of '57. Many thanks to those of you who helped fill the mailbag during the summer hiatus. Before digging into that mailbag, here is the first of numerous
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News from the Classes
1958
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KENNETH A. PROUTY JR.
GARY T. FINERTY
For reasons that elude us at the present time, no significant marches on Crosby Hall protesting the absence of this column were staged during the summer. Demoralizing as this is to the class secretary, another year has arrived
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News from the Classes
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
As overseer of the works, I spent a number of lunch hours on the Inn corner watching the giant crane and clamshell chew the old Inn to bits. I couldn't help but feel that giving each fraternity a few rooms and a keg on Sink
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News from the Classes
1960
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AXEL L. GRABOWSKY
BRUCE M. CLARK
After my comment in this MAGAZINE'S reunion issue about the "Left-Over" Club, I was promptly bombarded with wedding announcements from all quarters. MikeMenaker, today an attorney in New York, was married to Miss Penny Hart on May
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News from the Classes
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
GEORGE H. DENNISTON JR.
Nice to see your smiling face looking down at me again, we columns don't lead the most pleasant life in the world, you know, first of all we get edited!! (yettch) and that hurts a bit, then gettin all gunked up with ink and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN T. SCHIFFMAN
That lovely blonde from Indiana really outdid herself on July 29. Susan presented me with a precious baby daughter weighing in at 4 lbs. 14 ounces, and a future Dartmouth halfback tipping the scales at 4 lbs. 13 ounces. Mother,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
Much news accumulated over the summer, so I'll dig right in with The Naz, our class' most faithful reporter. After being in Europe since March of 1965, Steve is back in the "Land of the Big PX" and plans to travel and catch up
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102
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
The cry of "Hey, you, '70" can now be heard all around the campus. I overheard one young neophyte talking to an old experienced Dartmouth man who was explaining that a good time to pick up some furniture was during Rush Week
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1965
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RICK MAHONEY
JAY B. JOHNSTON
Welcome back! Well, we're a year farther removed from the Green scene, and thanks to the graduation of the Class of 1966 we are no longer the babies of the alumni family. Of course this alumni maturity is characterized by various
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103,104
Class Notes
News from the Classes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
S. MICHAEL MADEL
With this column we officially complete our summer transition from the select circle of Dartmouth undergraduates to the somewhat larger, but no less cohesive, body of Dartmouth alumni. As we progress from the last page of the
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Article
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VISTA Corpsman at 73
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Fletcher Low '15, Dartmouth Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, former Hanover selectman, school board member, Republican representative to the New Hampshire legislature, and professional baseball player for the Boston Braves, has
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The 6 Campion Kids
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Dartmouth China
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An annual offer of traditional neckwear
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Pinehurst
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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BROOKS BROWNFIELD CO.
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THE PUTNEY INN
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ROGER T. MAHER, Realtor
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Bunting and Lyon
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ADMISSIONS and FINANCIAL AID
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New Hampshire MAPLE SYRUP
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FOR SALE
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD. HANOVER, N.H.
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GREEN BOOKS FOR SALE
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Article
Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M' 27
As we start another academic year, the air is full of plans for expansion with a separate new psychiatric unit plus two additional floors at MHMH to be constructed in the immediate future. The new class, representing fifteen
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Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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Russ STEARNS '38
It is one of those well-remembered, foggy mornings in early September and the Fall Term is already upon us. By the time you read this in October, one-third of the first, trimester term will be over. However, as is the custom,
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Article
Associated School News
Tuck School
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JOHN ALLBEE T'61
As this issue of the Magazine goes to press, we regret to report the sudden death of Herluf V. Olsen '22, former Dean of Tuck School and Professor of Managerial Economics and Finance Emeritus. Additional comments regarding this
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Hanover Challenge
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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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Martha Flag Emerson
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Miss Martha Flagg Emerson, 87, who was Chief Cataloguer at Baker Library for 27 years, died in Ithaca, N. Y., on July 22. Miss Emerson, who retired in 1946, was the daughter of the late Dean Charles F. Emerson, Class of 1868,
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AVIS
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EARLE A. BURKE, Realtor
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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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,
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