Issue: 19661101

Tuesday, November 1, 1966
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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General Motors
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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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Books
Dartmouth Authors
QUICK GUIDE TO WINE.
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C.E.W.
By Robert JayMisch '25. New York: Doubleday andCo., 1966. 98 pp. $2.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
100 AMERICAN POEMS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.
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THOMAS CARNICELLI
Edited by LaurencePerrine and James M. Reid '24. NewYork: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.,1966. 289 pp. $4.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
INTERVIEWS WITH ROBERT FROST.
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C.E.W.
Edited by Edward Connery Lathem '51.New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston,1966. 295 pp. $7.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
BETTER MANAGEMENT OF BUSINESS GIVING.
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ADDISON L. WINSHIP II '42
By Elliott G. Carr '60, JamesF. Morgan & Associates. New York:Hobbs, Dorman & Co., Inc., 1966. 114pp. $6.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT IN EARLY MASSACHUSETTS
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JERE DANIELL II '55
1620-1692. By Edwin Powers M.A. '30. Boston: The BeaconPress, 1966. 647 pp. $12.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
RANDOM ESSAYS ON MATHEMATICS, EDUCATION AND COMPUTERS.
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ROBERT Z. NORMAN
By Prof. John G. Kemeny (Mathematics).Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall,Inc., 1964. 163 pp. $4.95.
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WOODGATHERING: NOVEMBER SOVIET BOMB TESTS
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JOHN PARKE '39
This was not all, I knew; but won that time From worldfear. Like a room in heaven The afternoon opened from the rack and haze (Cold warring with sterile rain) of hangfire weather To vast detente above the sodden farm. New-rinsed
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Briefly Noted
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The Congressional Quarterly, for which Thomas N. Schroth '43 is Executive Editor, has published a background report entitled "Representation and Apportionment," Washington, D. C.: Congressional Quarterly Service, September
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Alumni Articles
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Dr. Bartlett C. Shackford '17 is one of the co-authors of "Calcification in Pancreatic Carcinoma" which appeared in Annals ofInternal Medicine, Vol. 65, No. 1, July 1966.
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HINGHAM ORIGINALS
HINGHAM ORIGINALS
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TEXAS INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
TEXAS INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
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AMERICAN FURNITURE
AMERICAN FURNITURE
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARIES
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARIES
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Belleview Billmore
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Brooks Brothers CLOTHING
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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The Founding Father
The Founding Father
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Cleveland Poole '24
WONDERING what to do, Eleazar Wheelock walked out of the church meeting that hot summer evening in 1754. He tramped along the dusty roads of Lebanon, Conn., meditating and praying for guidance in this crisis of his long
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RURAL REALTY
RURAL REALTY
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Robinson Hall
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MAPLE SYRUP
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Webster Associates
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THE PUTNEY INN
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The Chronicle of Higher Education
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The College
Far-Reaching Decisions.
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October 1966 may well be recorded in future histories of the College as a month of decisions of extraordinary significance for the future direction of the College. The decisions, taken by the Faculty and by President Dickey
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The College
New Provost.
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John W. Masland, who as Provost has been the principal administrative officer in charge of academic affairs, will resign his administrative duties, effective February 1, 1967, to become adviser in education to the Ford
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The College
New Tucker Foundation Dean.
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Charles F. Dey '52, Associate Dean of the College and the first director of the A Better Chance Program for disadvantaged boys, has been chosen to succeed the Reverend Richard P. Unsworth as the new Dean of the William
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The College
Educational Partners.
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The Foxboro Company of Foxboro, Mass., has been enrolled as the first member of a new kind of industry-education partnership with the College. The firm, which manufactures industrial control systems and instruments, has
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The College
Kiewit Center Dedication.
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The Kiewit Computation Center will be dedicated on December 2 and 3 with formal exercises and a conference on "The Future Impact of Computing."
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The College
Fall Term Enrollment.
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College registration figures for the Fall Term show 3,110 full-time and two part-time undergraduates enrolled, with 49 of the undergraduates in absentia this term. The total is 40 less than last year. The Class of 1970 is
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The College
Alumni College 1967.
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Professor of English Harold L. Bond '42, a member of the Alumni College faculty since its beginnings three years ago, succeeds Professor of Economics Emeritus James F. Cusick as dean of the faculty for the summer program
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The College
Visiting Writers.
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October was a good month on campus for students interested in contemporary writing. Among the well-known writers addressing College audiences, and meeting with the students in discussion groups, were novelist Bernard
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The College
New Staff Officers.
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Ten new administrative officers, five of them in the Office of Development, began work for the College this fall, replacing men who had left the College or filling newly created posts.
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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ELLIS O. BRIGGS '21, recipient of the Americas Award for 1966 from The Americas Foundation, dedicated to the cause of unity among the nations of the New World.
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Guidelines for Post-A.B. Programs
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AFTER endorsing three recommendations for the development of postbaccalaureate education, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences last month gave its approval to doctoral-level programs in three college departments - Biology,
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Notes on the New Europe
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Bernard D. Nossiter '47
PARIS
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THE RACE TO BE HUMAN
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President Dickey's Convocation Address Opening the 198th Year of the College
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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ART HAUPT '67
THE fraternity men were the first to come back. They opened up the houses, painted, hosed, and vacuumed, put mattresses out on sunny lawns to air, and between work times sat along the row, doing nothing in particular.
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Dartmouth Fishing Team Wins Canadian Honors
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DARTMOUTH'S participation in the 11th Annual Intercollegiate Game Fish Seminar and Fishing Match at Wedgeport, Nova Scotia, in September resulted in the Green team's taking second honors, behind the University of New Brunswick.
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Student Movie-Makers Produce College Newsreel
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Last fall several undergraduates in search of film-making experience began work on a film that was to become the Dartmouth Newsreel. The idea for a film chronicle of activities on campus was suggested by Blair Watson, director
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152 Alumni Have Sons in '70
152 Alumni Have Sons in '70
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Father Son Chittick, Stanley F. '24 John B. Gray, Donald M. '24 Philip S. Moyes, Joseph M. '24 William C. Weil, Robert L. '26 Robert L. Jr. Buschmann, August '27 John C. Doyle, Justin J. '27 Justin P. Billings, Forrest
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Princeton Weekend
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With a shoehorn the DCAC squeezed a record 15,948 persons into the stadium for the game.
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The Night Before
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Coach Bob Blackman speaking from Hopkins Center balcony.
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Alumni Album—2
Federal Judge
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According to Mr. Justice Holmes, "The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience."
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Alumni Album—2
North Country Doctor
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Instead of a horse and buggy, New Hampshire country doctor WILLIAM F. PUTNAM '30 drives a red Saab equipped with intravenous apparatus, a portable delivery table, and a modest pharmacy.
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Alumni Album—2
Job Corps Director
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The Walter Mitty dreams of most college seniors are never realized. Job Corps Deputy Director DAVID F. SQUIRE '47 had glorious thoughts of teaching, earning a million, and doing social work.
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Alumni Album—2
Graphic Artist
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Lucy of the "Peanuts" comic strip would call RODERICK (ROCKY) STINEHOUR '50 a "fellow fussbudget" but only to describe the nature of the typographer's work, not his temperament.
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Moosilauke Area Doubled
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Robert S. Monahan '29
MOUNT MOOSILAUKE weather conditions (not always at their best, as thousands of alumni will recall) were most accommodating on September 9, when relatives and friends of two donors of significant land acquisitions on the
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
MARIO DI BONAVENTURA, Associate Professor of Music and Director of Music at the Hopkins Center, is spending the fall term in Europe where he has been invited to conduct orchestras in five different countries. He will also be in
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Total Class Giving to June 30, 1966
Total Class Giving to June 30, 1966
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CHARLES E. BREED '51
DURING the fiscal year which ended June 30, 1966, Dartmouth alumni, parents, and friends contributed to the College a total of $5,066,326 which was attributable to classes. This total served to raise the aggregate lifetime
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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THAT slow-start, fast-finish aspect of Big Green football that brought so much excitement to the race for the Ivy title and the Lambert Trophy last year appears to be very much a part of the 1966 season too. After two early
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With the Big Green Teams
Soccer
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DICK BALDWIN
Playing good soccer at the beginning of the season, Coach Whitey Burnham's varsity slumped in its fourth game and lost a 6-1 decision to powerful Brown here. In control at Middlebury to open the season, Dartmouth made a pair of
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With the Big Green Teams
Cross Country
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DICK BALDWIN
Coach Ellie Noyes has been faced with mostly "uphill" tests with his varsity runners. The Indians lost their first four dates, one at home and three away. The Green lost here to Colgate 26-31 on October 1 to start the schedule.
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With the Big Green Teams
Freshman Football
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DICK BALDWIN
Coach John Curtis, with new mentor Quent Currie in charge of line play and veteran Elmer Lampe working with the ends, has kept up a fast pace on the gridiron thus far. The freshmen conquered Holy Cross, 21-14, at Chase Field
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With the Big Green Teams
Sports Schedule
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DICK BALDWIN
FOOTBALL - Nov. 5, Columbia; 12, Cornell at Ithaca; 19, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
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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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News from the Clubs
Caribbean
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ALLAN H. GASNER '47
Officers for the coming year were elected at our June meeting, but due to the departure of Vice President Bill Truex '59 a change had to be made later. The slate now stands at Stan Klapper '56, president; FredL. Kurr Jr. '39, vice
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News from the Clubs
Cleveland
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EDWARD OBERNDORF '52
A one-way ticket to Tangiers was the winning prize for a raffle held at the annual Dartmouth Tea Dance. Conceived by TomRoulston '55, it was won by a vice president of a local department store. He has not been seen since. Chairman .
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News from the Clubs
Philadelphia
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SAMUEL T. SWANSEN '59
Despite a conflict with the advanced date of the Freshmen Trip, our Freshmen Sendoff Dinner held on September 7, 1966 was a success with over thirty persons in attendance. The evening started off with a cocktail hour and
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News from the Clubs
St. Louis
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EDWARD W. DAUMIT '60
JAMES C. JONES III
In accordance with ancient custom, the annual fall picnic took place at the home of Tom Curtis '32, on Sunday, September 4. The weather was fine, and there was a splendid attendance of alumni, undergraduates, families, and
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News from the Clubs
Seattle
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PHILIP K. LIVINGSTON '58
On September 11, the Club sponsored the annual picnic for alumni, wives, undergraduates, freshmen, girl friends, etc. Plagued by unusual inclement weather that managed to keep the skies dark and moist, for the majority of the
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News from the Clubs
Grand Rapids
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ROBERT J. ELEVELD '58
On Friday, June 10, the Club held a dinner meeting at the Peninsular Club in Grand Rapids. The men from Western Michigan recently admitted to the Class of 1970 were invited to attend along with their parents as guests of the
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News from the Clubs
Tri-County, New Jersey
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ARTHUR WILLIAMS III
The annual meeting was held at the Plainfield Country Club on May 21 and was attended by 36 members of the Club and their wives. At the meeting the following men were elected officers for the 1966-67 year: Richard C. Griggs '60,
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News from the Clubs
Denver
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ROBERT R. MONTGOMERY '56
October sends Jim Swanson '59 into a frenzy. He is the chairman of the enrollment committee for the second year running and currently is being very ably assisted by TomFead '56, head of the interviewing subcommittee, and Tom
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News from the Clubs
Atlanta
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GLOWER W. JONES '58
Although it was not possible to schedule this year's fall meeting on Dartmouth Night, the Georgia Club turned out in record breaking numbers for an outdoor barbecue at the lovely home of Richard and AlyceEverett '40 in Atlanta on
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Club Officers' Annual Meeting
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Presidents and secretaries of 49 Dartmouth alumni organizations were on campus September 23-24 for the annual Club Officers Weekend to participate in a busy schedule that included panel discussions on "how we do it" by members
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Clulb Calendar
Clulb Calendar
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
Greetings from all '99ers to our October and November Folks who are still celebrating birthdays: Eva, Mrs. Guy E. Speare, October 1; Muriel, Mrs. Gus Heywood, 25; Lillia, Mrs. Frank A. Musgrove, 27; "Tat," Mrs. Arthur P.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
ARTHUR R. VIRGIN
Last June Ethel Woodman, widow of Jim Woodman, attended her 60th reunion at Wellesley College. Out of 103 living graduates of the class 34 were present at the reunion. This was more than twice the number 1900 mustered at its
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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THOMAS F. MCGOVERN
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
A letter, directed to Frank Cudworth, from Mary E. Phelps, widow of ClarenceL. Phelps, asked us to name the persons shown in the picture of the sixty-fifth class reunion.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARE
HAROLD E. PLUMER
Notice is found elsewhere of the death of Moses B. Perkins in Concord, N. H., on Sept. 18, 1966, at the age of 85. Always vigorous, we had counted heavily on seeing him at our 65th reunion in Hanover next June. But all we can do
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
EDWARD H. KENERSON
There is not too much to write you right now. I sort of overdid it in the October issue. Probably you have nearly all heard of the pet boa constrictor apparently living in the walls of a fraternity house. It is an experience
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
BRUCE W. SANBORN
MYRON E. WITHAM
Mrs. Harrison G. Roby is now living at 4801 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C. 20008 and writes that in the will of her husband, Bill left a legacy to the College and desired it to be credited to the Class of '04.
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
W. HUSTON LILLARD
For the "When good fellows get together" department: At the Outing Club August 23 there was a small gathering of '05 men and women for lunch. Those present to enjoy this little reunion were Jane and RogerBrown, Fred Chase, Louise
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
PROF. FRANCIS L. CHILDS
On August 19, 1966 the town of Croydon, N. H., was 200 years old. The threeday celebration was climaxed with a banquet at which Walter Powers was the speaker. If you are wondering why he was selected, the credit goes to his
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News from the Classes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
LEON A. SPRAGUE
The autumn days are here again and the foliage is beautiful as always. Thanksgiving Day will soon be with us and we wish you all the best of health and happiness, so that you will plan to be in Hanover on June 9, 10, and 11,
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1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
WARREN CURRIER
Crosby Hoar, in a letter for the 60-year book wrote: "Margaret and I continue to live in Arlington which has been our home for most of the last thirty years. With us is our daughter Nancy. We sometimes think longingly of the
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News from the Classes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
John Tortes Meyers, "The Chief," is still in the public eye as he appeared on TV in connection with the story of the early days of baseball as told by the men who played it. There are 22 men honored in the book, "The Glory of
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
HERBERT A. WOLFF
How does a retired American Missionary, after 35 years of service in China (two years under Communism) view current events in that land? We have our own Rev. HaroldRobinson, now living in California, who fits this role, and we have
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
SAMUEL E. ARONOWITZ
Arrangements for 1911's traditional Informal Reunion at the Mountain View House are completed and please make note of the dates, June 28-30, inclusive. For the anti-conventioners these dates will be between the last convention
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News from the Classes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
ALFRED L. SMITH
Autumn has again come to the Maine coast to remind your Secretary that a summer cottage offers little protection against the cold Canadian air. The maples have brought out their fall garment of colors, the fringed gentian
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News from the Classes
1913
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GEORGE STEELE
ROBERT O. CONANT
ANDREW W. COMSTOCK
T. WILLARD TOWLER
BART SHEPARD
George Steele, our president, suffered a coronary in late August while in New York and was confined to the Roosevelt Hospital in that city for several weeks. He has improved quite rapidly and has now returned to his home in
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News from the Classes
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
HOWARD S. CURTIS
MARTIN J. REMSEN
Several years ago the following young men decided that November would be a good month in which to be born. They all made it - and Dartmouth has never regretted it. November congratulations to: Austin, Barrows, P. H. Brown,
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
JAMES LER. LAFFERTY
Belated gleanings from last summer's doings. The Don Benninks basked in the pleasant warmth of Edgartown, Mass., during August. Dan Daniell had another 50th Reunion, this one of World War I overseas Pilots out at
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News from the Classes
1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
JAMES H. COLTON
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
The Class has suffered grievous losses in the death of four of its members since Reunion, — Bob Sherer on August 19; Don Hosmer on August 30; Arno Behnke on September 6 and Luke Ollis on September 21. The obituaries of these
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
Dr. Alden Vaughan has retired from the Centre College faculty after 18 years of outstanding service. The Board of Trustees of the College has granted him the rank of Professor Emeritus saying of him, "He has been a highly
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News from the Classes
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
We are sad to announce the death of two of our very outstanding classmates.
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News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
HOWARD W. COLE
On behalf of Fred Daley and your Secretary, our belated thanks to the 42 widows, sisters and brothers of our deceased classmates who so generously contributed to the 1966 Alumni Fund with their memorial gifts. These gifts were
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News from the Classes
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
And now it is foliage time and football time! The University of Mass. game Sept. 24 in Hanover was a good test and quite a workout. Gathering around the Macomber tailgate and the 1920 banner before and after the game were Phil
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News from the Classes
1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
THOMAS V. CLEVELAND
ROGER C. WILDE
The envy of other classes, 1921 has energy. Two examples: our oldest member, Rev. Hugh Penney, aged 78, scorning retirement has accepted a position as pastor of the Calvinistic Congregation Church, Fitchburg. Werner Janssen,
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
MA J. GEN. WALTER I. MILLER
Final results of the 1966 Alumni Fund at $1,937,740 - against $4,758 in the first Fund 60 years ago - credit '22 with $31,185 and 115.7 per cent of its dollar objective. On this index '22 ranks thirteenth among 59 classes. And
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1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
TRUMAN T. METZEL
Ted Shapleigh has been elected vice president of Bruce Payne & Lehmann Associates, Inc. Management and personnel consultants with executive offices at 152 Temple Street, New Haven and branches thruout Connecticut. Bruce Payne
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
CHARLES M. FRENCH
HARRY A. HOLMLUND
This is written on the day after; Princeton was well beaten, the bonfire was the largest ever, and our 1924 party surely one of the very best. I won't go into detail, but save the reporting for Butts Lamson in the Class Letter.
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1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
Once again on a crisp, cool September evening we joined in the spirit of the undergraduates at the opening game football rally in front of Webster Hall. The warmth from a small but effective bonfire, which followed introduction
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News from the Classes
1926
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HENRI P. ESQUERRÉ
JOHN W. ROBERTS
HENRY L. PARKER 3RD
A letter I sent our early retirees seeking their views on the comparative merits of life before and after retirement, problems since, difficulties of adjustment if any, etc., elicited some masterful replies. Inadequate as
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1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
LEON C. GREENBAUM
27's young ones are still getting married, graduating from Dartmouth, and reminding the rest of us that we are or aren't as old as we sometimes feel. Bob Stevens says: Continue to 'run like sixty,' the pace isn't bad after a
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHARLES F. BRUDER 3RD
It's hard to concentrate at the typewriter on the eve of leaving for Hanover for the '28 reunion and the Princeton game. The demand for tickets for the game was so great that only a few '28ers received reserved seats in the
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News from the Classes
1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
JOHN C. HUBBARD
JACK D. GUNTHER
Jack Hubbard, our demon treasurer, has passed on some correspondence to me which I am happy to report. Supe Lockwood writes that he drops a line for class news every 35 years. He says that he is "Back in God's country again,"
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
JOHN F. RICH
1930 informal reunions have taken on a character which equates them to the formal reunions of most of the less lively generation. During the little more than a year's tenure of the present administration, we have managed to
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News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLARD C. WOLFF
GEORGE C. NICKUM
It's a good thing that I held back a few of Shep's notes from the last issue. Pickin's of news have been so scarce this month as to be almost non-existent. Maybe the postman is making a terrible mistake, like delivering my
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News from the Classes
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
ARTHUR E. ALLEN JR.
Nancy Elliott, the Alumni Recorder, has furnished me some data which you might find of interest. Thirty-eight years ago, 586 young men matriculated in the class of 1932. By June 1932, 598 were in the class, of which 451 (75%)
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News from the Classes
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
WOOD R. FOSTER
The only thing that upsets my peace of mind as I start these notes and look through the window in front of my desk at the gorgeous color now showing in the Vermont hillsides is the reports coming in over the radio of the Holy
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News from the Classes
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
RICHARD H. HOUCK
On our annual autumn pilgrimage to the campus, we sadly watched - and heard the passing of a revered landmark and proudly witnessed the perpetuation of a time-honored tradition.
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News from the Classes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
C. HALL COLTON
THOMAS E. WILSON
The unofficial class reunion the weekend of September 23-25 was distinguished by magnificent weather, a fine turnout of classmates and wives, and the almost total absence of class officers. In short, it was the typically
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News from the Classes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
PAUL L. GUIBORD
The football season offers many chances to enjoy the autumn colors, cheer the team and see old friends. The Dartmouth-Massachusetts game in Hanover was attended by many '36 rooters who later gathered at Philand Leslie McInnis'
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
The initial open-to-the-class-please-come executive committee meeting was a thumping success. Like being an undergraduate again having left in June (reunion) and back in September during registration. Chairman Bosworth
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
ROBERT H. RENO
Some of the material appearing below may be slightly aged, since, for once last month, I had a surplus of news which had accumulated over the summer. This ought to empty the old shoe box for a fare-thee-well.
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News from the Classes
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
RICHARD M. WYMAN
Peoria was just great. You may remember that your executive committee decided to have our fall meeting there to honor the Batchelder family. We arrived from all points of the compass on Thursday, September 22. Present were
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News from the Classes
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
GORDON K. WENTWORIH
At this writing the Princeton weekend is still in the future, but all indications point to the biggest and best informal fall reunion yet. Over fifty classmates got their coupons into the DCAC in time, so, counting wives and
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News from the Classes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
The October issue of class notes carried a brief announcement of our first annual fall reunion scheduled for the Lake Club in Spofford, N. H., on Princeton weekend. Unfortunately, printing or mailing delays resulted in the
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News from the Classes
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
Autumn's golden glow is around us as this is being written — by the time you read it all will be but fond memories. During the grey months ahead, there is one pleasant contemplation — Hanover in June. Plan now to put your
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News from the Classes
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
Top news this month is the election of George Munroe to president, Phelps Dodge Corp., New York, giant international mining and metal manufacturing company. George is one of two Rhodes Scholars in this class (the other,
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
When I told you of Dick Ostberg's pride in having his son Rick accepted at Dartmouth, I failed to mention another honor that befell him. Oz, as you know, is manager of industrial relations for Sylvania Electric. In that
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News from the Classes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
A most informative letter from Gene Calvelli has much to say both about his own activities and this past summer's Alumni College. The Calvelli clan took the four oldest children to Hanover, leaving two at home, and evidently
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News from the Classes
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
This report is being written just prior to the big Princeton weekend so we shall have to defer the names of those in attendance until the next column. Everything is shaping up well, however, and a good time should be had by all.
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News from the Classes
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
Although, regretfully, ye Ed could not attend the meeting in Hanover (and the Princeton game), about the necessary details of our forthcoming reunion it is pleasing to know that Ed Senghas has picked a good team to help run
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News from the Classes
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
At this magnificent time of the year with the brightly colored fall leaves in the heavily wooded New England countryside creating the appearance of hills larger than they are when verdant earlier in the year, I hope many of you
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News from the Classes
1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
HERMAN E. MULLER JR.
By the time you read this the sting will but a sad memory, but on this morning after the afternoon before there surely must be many sober-sided Indians. But for a two point pass attempt which glanced off the rain soaked fingers
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News from the Classes
1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
ERIC T. MILLER
If there's anything good to say about that miserable rain which contributed to the Big Green's downfall at the hands of the Holy Cross Crusaders, it's the fact that your scribe devoted the afternoon to this epistle rather than
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News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
FREDERICK F. BROWN
The supply of news this month is at what I hope is its nadir, at least it's the lowest I've faced in over five years as Class Secretary. I trust that there is no direct tie-in with the Dow-Jones average, at least as long as it
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News from the Classes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
By the time you read this you'll know how things came out this weekend in Hanover. I'm speaking of the Princeton game this coming Saturday. You'll have either a delighted or disappointed scribe come Saturday evening depending
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News from the Classes
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
Dick Goodman was elected to the first list of "Outstanding Young Men of New England." As superintendent of schools in the Milford, N. H., area, he has brought national school developments in his area. He was chosen by the New
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News from the Classes
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
The fifth annual post Labor Day Class outing at the Rockefeller estate in Pocantico Hills, N. Y., was another rousing success. The weather was beautiful, the food and drink bountiful, and the energy of all the children
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
Walt Miller was promoted to director of marketing at the Mellon National Bank and Trust Company in Pittsburgh. He had been with the bank for a year as manager of marketing research, and before that was assistant to the dean
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News from the Classes
1956
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LEONARD J. CLARK
ABNER OAKES 3RD
Important news for this column is that Dave Stackpole has accepted appointment as Class Secretary. Dave is a lawyer in Stowe, Vt. He is also very active in local politics. For this reason he will not be able to take over his new
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News from the Classes
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
Reunion news: The first meeting of the Reunion Committee was held at TomSchwarz' office in New York on Oct. 27. Members of the committee include ClydeBrownstone — in charge of general plans; Bob Sproul, reunion entertainment;
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News from the Classes
1958
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WILLIAM D. HARTLEY
GARY T. FINERTY
KEN PROUTY
We had hoped this month to be able to relay to you some of the details of the proceedings of the Class Executive Committee meeting originally scheduled to be held on September 17 in New York. However, a couple of noteworthy
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News from the Classes
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
I've got to sandwich the writing of this month's column in between two road trips, so I hope you won't mind the wry bread and minced filling.
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News from the Classes
1960
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AXEL L. GRABOWSKY
BRUCE M. CLARK
Jo and Guy Piltz reportedly spent their vacation in the East - although I'm a bit puzzled why one would want to vacation in the megapolis when one lives in Hawaii. Jo wrote that Marty Zipser had visited them in Honolulu on his
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News from the Classes
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
GEORGE H. DENNISTON JR.
This month your obedient serpent has decided to come right to the news without any messing around with any funny patter.
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News from the Classes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN T. SCHIFFMAN
There is a familiar nip in the air; the colors are multicolored and brilliant, and we in the north country await the coming of the ski season. If you're up this way, drop in.
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News from the Classes
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
As I was saying, there are plenty of weddings in the news. But, may I renew my usual plea for participation in your city's Dartmouth Club activities - a big part of which includes enrollment efforts in high schools which I'm
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News from the Classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
The Yale game will be the scene of the third annual meeting of the Class executive committee and it appears that this year some of the members will attend. A full report on that meeting will be featured in our next column.
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News from the Classes
1965
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RICK MAHONEY
JAY B. JOHNSTON
Hi again! I've still got a bundle of news from the summer months and a few notes on more recent happenings, so I'll get right down to business.
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News from the Classes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
S. MICHAEL MADEL
In a Jackolantern spoof of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE a few years back, Bill Dowling suggested that perhaps the class secretary should not send in any news at all. We're happy to relate that Bill is doing fine, studying English right
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Feature
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CHAIRMAN'S REPORT 1905-1966 CAMPAIGN
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Rupert C. Thompson. Jr. '28
Chairman, Dartmouth Alumni Fund Committee
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Class Achievements
Class Achievements
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Sal Andretta Memorial
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The U.S. Department of Justice in Washington is establishing a conference room in memory of the late SalAndretta '20 who held the Department's highest career post.
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Gift of Charles Curts '23 Converts Hopkins Residence To Friends Meeting House
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The home of the late President Emeritus Ernest M. Hopkins, located near the campus on Rope Ferry Road, is now a Friends Meeting House. It was the scene recently of dedication ceremonies to the memory of Lillie P. Burling, a
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Club President of the Year
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At the annual meeting of the Dartmouth Club Officers in Hanover on September 24, Cornwall Miller '39 (1), president of the Dartmouth Club of Southeastern Connecticut, received the award as Club President of the Year. In making
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Club Secretary of the Year
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Edmund R. Senghas '47 (r), secretary of the Dartmouth Club of Bergen County, was honored as the Club Secretary of the Year at the annual meeting in Hanover, September 24. J. Michael McGean '49 (1), Secretary of the College,
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AVIS
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OROZCO MURALS
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Bunting and Lyon
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Unique Opportunities
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BROOKS BROWNFIELD CO.
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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JOHN ALLBEE T'61
Last month, of course, saw the registration of a new first-year class here at Tuck. A class of 113 first-year students registered September 23-24 and 103 students returned for second-year work. We would like to take the
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Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
With a tip of the hat to Ralph HunterM'32 and Marsh Tenney M'44 for their fine work as interim Acting Deans, we are pleased to welcome our new Dean, Carleton B. Chapman, M.D., who assumed the office on October 1. We anticipate
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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RUSS STEARNS '38
The fall foliage around Hanover this year has been the best in years. Perhaps the excellent supply of rain this summer and fall, plus the cool weather, supported the brilliance we now have. While driving to the N. H. Section
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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AUTUMN AT DARTMOUTH
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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