Issue: 19661201

Thursday, December 1, 1966
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Freshman Seminar in Philosophy
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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AT&T
AT&T
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PINK BEACH
PINK BEACH
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Campbell Films
Campbell Films
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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What Price "College"?
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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
Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
MODERN SMALL INDUSTRY FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
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WAYNE G. BROEHL JR.
By EugeneStaley and Richard Morse '44. New York:McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1965. 435 pp.$9.00.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
LUCY CRAWFORD'S HISTORY OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS.
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ROBERT S. MONAHAN '29
Edited and withan Introduction by Prof, of English Emeritus Stearns Morse. Hanover, N.H.:Dartmouth Publications, 1966. 279 pp.$6.00.
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ROBERT FROST THE EARLY YEARS, 1874-1915.
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This review by President John Sloan Dickey is reprinted from the Boston Sunday Globe, October 30, 1966.
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Briefly Noted
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Professor of History John C. Adams has translated Russian author Dmitri V. Pavlov's account of the long blockade of the city of Leningrad during World War II into English for the first time. Published under the title Leningrad
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Alumni Articles
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J. Almus Russell '20 has written articles, on "Surviving in the Woods" and "Cordwood for Engines" for the Outdoor Journal, and on "Cottontail Cookery" and "Stew a Squirrel" for the Pennsylvania Game News.
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The Back of My Mind
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Ramon Guthrie
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Dartmouth Publications
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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"In Classic Dartmouth's College Halls"
"In Classic Dartmouth's College Halls"
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John B. Stearns '16
THESE words from John Greenleaf Whittier's Snowbound, A Winter Idyl were written exactly a century ago. The poet's interest in Dartmouth stems from his attendance until he was nineteen at district schools where, he was
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazin
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General Motors
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AXTON-CROSS
AXTON-CROSS
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THE PUTNEY INN
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OROZCO MURALS
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CHEFS TABLE RESTAURANT
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My 3" x 5" Boondoggle
My 3" x 5" Boondoggle
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Robert E. Asher '31
FOR nearly 40 years I have been engaged on a self-assigned project, the end of which is not in sight, the value of which is dubious, and the origins of which escape me. I refer to the practice, begun in 1928 when I was a
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Industrial Film Awards
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Jack Upham '53, Staff Creative Consultant for The Chartmakers, Inc. of New York, and General Supervisor for the Sales-makers Division creative services, was the recipient in October of four major awards for excellence in
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The Golf and Bay Club
The Golf and Bay Club
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Dartmouth Alumni and Faculty
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Chemical New York
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The College
Fun and Games.
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The educational pundits in the national journals have been so convincing in their portrayal of the serious, committed, graduate-school-directed college student perhaps because so many students today are serious, committed,
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The College
MacLeish and Acheson.
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The seniors who voluntarily turned out in large numbers to hear (and pay tribute to) Archibald MacLeish and Dean Acheson, the first two speakers in the 1966-67 Senior Symposia, were well rewarded. MacLeish and Acheson were
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The College
Carmichael and Pemberton.
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Two other visitors with direct concerns in contemporary problems also spoke to student audiences last month. Stokeley Carmichael, the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and well known as an advocate
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The College
More on '67 Alumni College.
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The lecturers selected for the 1967 Alumni College, August 13 to 24, are Associate Professor of Religion Jacob Neusner, Instructor in History Larry Smith, Assistant Professor of Physics Arthur W. Luehrmann Jr., and
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The College
Dining Recommendations.
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The Board of Trustees has approved in principle recommendations of a special committee on student dining that call for building two additional dining halls one on the Tuck Mall and another near Richardson Hall. The
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The College
Freshman Chemistry Award.
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James R. Curry '25, Ebenezer Fitch Professor of Chemistry at Williams College, has established an endowment fund which will provide an award of $50 annually in memory of Professor Leon Burr Richardson '00, who taught
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The College
Faculty Hosts in Humanities.
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Faculty members in the College's departments of music and classics were hosts to colleagues from other institutions for two important meetings on campus.
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The College
Labor of Love.
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Dartmouth can now boast of an exceptional motion picture projection facility in Fairbanks Hall. This is due in large part to the guidance and hard work of two alumni brothers, Robert Gitt '63 and William Gitt '53. This
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The College
Student Social Center.
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A good part of College Hall, a building which has served the College in many ways, is being transformed into a student social center. Proposed and planned by the students themselves (through the good offices of the
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The College
Dartmouth Row, Landmark.
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Dartmouth Row has been designated a national historic landmark by virtue of recent Congressional legislation. The sparkling white structures were included on a list of landmarks deemed worthy of preservation as part of a
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The College
Friend from Canada.
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Trevor Lloyd, a former member of the Dartmouth Faculty who is now chairman of the geography department at McGill University, has been on campus on three separate occasions this fall to conduct seminars in connection with
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The College
Joint Winter Meeting.
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The Board of Trustees and the Dartmouth Alumni Council will again have a joint meeting in Hanover. The sessions will begin on Thursday, January 12, and conclude on Saturday, January 14.
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The College
College Loss.
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The Rev. George H. Kalbfleisch, 56, Director of Undergraduate Religious Life and Executive Secretary of the Dartmouth Christian Union, died suddenly of a heart attack during the night of November 17. A close friend of
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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Eight Dartmouth men reelected to the U.S. House of Representatives:
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Freshman Seminars Making Their Mark
Freshman Seminars Making Their Mark
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LAST year a freshman wrote a portion of a historical novel in History 7, a seminar on The Norman Conquest ofEngland.
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The Philosophy of Culture
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ALBERT WILLIAM LEVI '32
DAVID MAY DISTINGUISHED UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR IN THE HUMANITIES, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
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"Hoppy" on His Early Dartmouth Years
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Edward Connery Lathem '51
PUBLISHED IN COMMEMORATION OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF MR. HOPKINS' INAUGURATION AS PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
PROF. JAMES F. HORNIG, Chairman of the Science Division and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, has been named Director of Graduate Study. As such he will be chairman of the Council on Graduate Studies,
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His Research Stirs Medical World
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A DARTMOUTH MEDICAL SCHOOL physiologist delivered the Charles E. Brown Memorial Lecture at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in New York recently. It caused an even greater stir than this always-prestigious
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Alumni Album—3
Toro's President
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Many a young boy's first money-making idea involves a lawn mower. DAVID M. LILLY '39, whose grown-up idea involved thousands of them, parlayed the manufacturing of mowers into a $33-million-a-year business.
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Alumni Album—3
High School Principal
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HENRY T. HILLSON '30 validates the old spelling rule that says: "The principal is your pal."
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Alumni Album—3
Space Salesman
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It takes a man for all seasons to negotiate with foreign countries for jointly operated weather stations. NASA's RICHARD J. BARNES '51, Director of the Cooperative Projects Division for their Office of International Affairs, has
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Alumni Album—3
Contemporary Man
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Few men feel the tempo of their times keenly enough to take personal action to direct it. While still an undergraduate CHARLES G. BOLTE '41 won national notice by writing a letter to President Roosevelt urging U.S. involvement
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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ART HAUPT '67
I'M depressed," the freshman announced last month as he wandered into a dorm room of seniors one evening. "I don't want to book any more; I got hit high and low in football practice; my date shot me down with a postcard. What
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Nomination of Trustee on Agenda of Council
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THE FIRST five-year term of Trustee John C. Woodhouse '21 of Wilmington, Del., expires June 30, 1967. The nominee to fill this vacancy will be chosen by the Dartmouth Alumni Council at its annual winter meeting in Hanover
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UGC Group Flights Open to Alumni
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The Dartmouth Undergraduate Council has announced that group flights to Europe can, for the first time, be offered to alumni and their families during the summer of 1967. This is the broadening of a plan which has been
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Rowing Club History
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A history of the Dartmouth Rowing Club is being prepared by Robert H. Hurd '65, who spent the past summer in Hanover doing research for this project. He requests that former oarsmen and friends of Dartmouth rowing send him
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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DARTMOUTH football has been delight-fully associated with the possession of the Ivy League championship trophy since the league debuted in 1956. It's a happy statistic that the Big Green has figured in four of the last five
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With the Big Green Teams
Freshman Football
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DICK BALDWIN
Coach John Curtis finished his first season at Dartmouth with a fine 5-1 freshman football record. The Pea Green team was 3-0 against Ivy opponents (Brown 49-8, Harvard 14-13, and Yale 7-6). Outside the league the Little Green
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With the Big Green Teams
Other Fall Sports
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DICK BALDWIN
Coach Whitey Burnham's varsity soccer team closed with a 3-6-1 record. The Indians won their finale at Penn, 1-0. The previous week Dartmouth downed Cornell, 4-1, after losing five in a row. Again the club was involved in
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With the Big Green Teams
Winter Preview
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DICK BALDWIN
Winter sports at Dartmouth are in a "comeback" stage. The varsity basketball and hockey teams under veteran leaders Doggie Julian and Eddie Jeremiah are especially interested in improving on their losing seasons in 1965-66. Both
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With the Big Green Teams
Varsity Schedules
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DICK BALDWIN
BASKETBALL - Dec. 1, Vermont; 3, Holy Cress; 7, Williams away; 10, Brandeis; 17, MiT away; 28-29, Kodak Classic at Kochester; Jan. 6, Cornell away; 7, Columbia away; 13, Penn; 14, Princeton; 17, Harvard.
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Sailing Team Wins New England Title
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THE varsity sailing team closed its fall racing season by winning the Lt. Lawrence White Trophy, symbolic of the New England sloop championship. Skipper Rich du Moulin '68 and crewmen Lee Reichart '68, Bill Rapf '68, and Bill
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News from the Clubs
Merrimack County
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JOHN W. BARTO '52
Oscar P. Tabor '98 was the guest of honor at the regular monthly meeting of the Merrimack County Club held at the Highway Hotel in Concord on November 2. Mr. Tabor, the oldest member not only of the Club but of the county, was
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News from the Clubs
Denver
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ROBERT R. MONTGOMERY '56
Jay Evans '49, from the admissions office of the College, graced us with his presence and personally met with 60 top students from high schools in the metropolitan Denver area. Top enrollment mogul Jim Swansoil '59 feels that
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News from the Clubs
New York City
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C. JAMES SCHAEFER '48
It's an active season at the World's Only Dartmouth Club With Its Own Permanent Location. Football films of the Holy Cross, Princeton, Brown, and Harvard games have pulled enthusiastic audiences and made for the missing of more
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News from the Clubs
Pittsburgh
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FOSTER L. ABORN
WAYNE KOMARA '53
The Dartmouth Night Festivities at Gus Aberle's ('55) were the best yet. Among the newcomers were Jack Huber '63, Chuck Cohen '62, and Skip Johnson '61 - all of whom have enthusiastically entered into alumni work in this area.
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News from the Clubs
Phoenix
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RICHARD G. HOI-BROOK '31
Although we recently heard the product of a western university declare that Dartmouth consisted of 3.000 undergraduates and 30.000 overgraduates, we must admit it was fun for some twenty of us to get together for drinks and
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News from the Clubs
Baltimore
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F. SCOTT COREY
A record turnout of young and old Indians and their squaws joined in celebrating Dartmouth Night with banjo music, a closed circuit broadcast of the activities in Hanover, cocktails, and dinner. Many new faces joined the old
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News from the Clubs
Cleveland
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EDWARD OBERNDORF '52
The Christmas Luncheon for alumni, applicants to Dartmouth, and their fathers will be held at the Sheraton Hotel on December 28. An interesting program with a guest speaker is being arranged, including Football Highlights of
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News from the Clubs
Southeastern Massachusetts
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DAVID B. KEITH '57
On Monday, October 17 the Dartmouth Club of Southeastern Massachusetts held its fall meeting. Twenty-nine men were present for an excellent Swiss steak dinner. Nathaniel D. Ryder '24 presided at the short business meeting when
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News from the Clubs
Hartford
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RICHARD A. WATSON '59
It was my good classmate Dick Jaeger who officially started off our year with a talk to our incoming freshmen on the occasion of our annual Freshman Luncheon which began our 56th year of existence. It was our seventeenth such
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News from the Clubs
Pittsfield
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HENRY H. WILLIAMS JR. '49
Our annual meeting was held October 28, 1966 at the Country Club in Pittsfield. Dean Thaddeus Seymour presented the Club with what we understand is a first of its kind scroll marking our 50th anniversary. Attending was Allen E.
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News from the Classes
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
During my July visit in Kittery with Joe Hobbs, his neighbor, Dr. Hilda Fife, Professor of English in University of Maine, drove us to York. We passed Fred Locke's old home; the old Congregational Church in Kittery Point, where
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News from the Classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
ARTHUR R. VIRGIN
For some weeks last spring Elizabeth Gaffney, daughter of George Tong, was on tour of the Orient. She first flew to Hawaii and spent a few days in the languid and luxurious atmosphere of that enchanted isle. Then she flew on to
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News from the Classes
1901
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THOMAS F. MCGOVERK
FRANK E. CUDWORTH
A nice note was received from Mrs. Marion B. Stevens, telling us that she was well and busy in the Mental Health Organization of her church in the town of Deep River, Conn. Incidentally, she also told us how old she was on her
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News from the Classes
1902
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JULIUS A. BROWN
ROBERT C. CLARK
HAROLD E. PLUMER
Few members of the class have had the privilege of travelling as widely in different parts of the world as Col. J. Frank Drake and no one is more generous in sharing his impressions with others. What he has to say is always
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News from the Classes
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
EDWARD H. KENERSON
I have been putting off the start of December notes in the hope the bad news of the less of two good and real Dartmouth 1903'ers might be somewhat offset by a bit of cheerful news from you others. It's pretty hard balancing so
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1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
ERUCE W. SANBORN
PROF, MYRON E. WITHAM
John F. Doonan died at his home on August 29. John, who never married, was born in Greenville, N.H., on Decem ber 21. 1879. and served as the City Engineer of Windham, Conn., until his retirement a few years ago. Our sympathy
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1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
w. HUSTON LILLARD
It was good to receive a cheerful letter from "Paene" Moore. He has made a complete recovery from the illness which had prevented his usual habit of going to Texas or Florida for the winter. Paene enjoys gardening; he raises
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1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
EDWARD B. REDMAN
Our pre-Harvard luncheon at the Algonquin Club, Boston, on Friday October 21 was a most enjoyable and interesting affair. The attendance, however, was very disappointing. Warter Powers, Art Chapin, Pandall Cocke with his
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News from the Classes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
HAROLD L. NILES
LEON A. SPRAGUE
Greetings to all classmates, their wives and widows. Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing you all at our 60th reunion on June 9, 10, and 11 in Hanover. Kindly write and tell me your
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1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR B. BARNES
WARREN CURRIER
The class of 1908 has published a new directory as there have been so many changes since the 1964 issue. A few extra copies are available from Secretary LarrySymmes or your editor.
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
LEON B. FARLEY
The Season's Greetings to all members of the 1909 family with a reminder that this is the month to make that 1965 contribution to the 1966 Alumni Fund and take credit for it on the 1965 tax return.
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1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
HERBERT A. WOLFF
That time-honored event, the 1910 reunion dinner on the night before the Harvard-Dartmouth football game, continues to be a magnet in spite of our declining number available for attendance. This year's gathering brought together
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News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
SAMUEL E. ARONOWITZ
These notes are being prepared in Dick Hall's House where they repair hernias skillfully and almost painlessly. The atmosphere is always pleasant and cheerful and the service extraordinary, but it is a poor place to gather news
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News from the Classes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
ALFRED L. SMITH
To make up for the loss of that Harvard game, there was Mark Allen with his usual big smile, all the way from the Pacific Coast and all the more appreciated because of the recent loss of his life-long companion. Mark stayed east
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1913
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GEORGE STEELE
ROBERT O. CONANT
ANDREW W. COMSTOCK AND T. WILLARD TOWLER
On Friday, October 21 Bradford College dedicated four new buildings including a library and arts study center, a teaching hall, and two dormitories. The Convocation was also the occasion for the awarding of eleven citations. One
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News from the Classes
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
HOWARD S. CURTIS
MARTIN J. REMSEN
December has rolled around again and it's time we saluted the following youngsters on having achieved another year. These fellows selected the one month in the year when birthday presents and Christmas presents are likely to
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
RUSSELL J. RICE
JAMES L. LAFFERTY
With Thanksgiving safely survived (we hope) and football now a memory of mingled reactions, it is well to "record a reasonably happy dinner-gathering of '15ers after the Harvard game in Cambridge, where the why's and
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News from the Classes
1916
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WILLIAM L. CLEAVES
JAMES H. COLTON
CHARLES E. BRUNDAGE
The editors, with great regret, report the sudden death of Class Secretary Pete Cleaves at his home in Swarthmore, Pa., on November 13. This month's column was written some days before his passing. Pete had attended a football
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
VICTOR C. SMITH
GILBERT N. SWETT
Death has claimed two more members of 1917. The heart attack that Howard Stockwell suffered on June 17 was the first of a series which finally resulted in his death, on October 14 in Florida where he had gone only a week
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1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
W. CURTIS GLOVER
RICHARD P. WHITE
Football as We Saw It!
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News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
F. RAY ADAMS
HOWARD W. COLE
A few words about the big Princeton game weekend - Batch is covering it fully in his Smoke Signal and he has a lot more space than they give us in the MAGAZINE. It was the biggest ever, with 51 men. 42 wives and 2 widows on hand
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News from the Classes
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR.
It's football time and it's news when two '20 men come on from California to see a football game, and the autumn foliage. Ralph and Dorothy Roberts came from Pasadena, and Bill and Harriett Sinclair from San Jose. The Sinclairs
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News from the Classes
1921
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JOHN HURD
HUGH M. MCKAY
THOMAS V. CLEVELAND
Tina, daughter of Skinny Moore, writes from Rayong, Thailand, what it is like to be a Peace Corps worker. At 6:30 on a Sunday she pops out of bed to wash the floors but can't. No water. She teaches at one school in the "real"
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News from the Classes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
EUGENE HOTCHKISS
WALTER I. MILLER
The Kiewit-Princeton Game Weekend, October 7 and 8, was an extraordinary convocation for '22. The Class delighted in honoring Peter and Evelyn Kiewit, adding John and Jean Kemeny to its fellowship. and seeing Dartmouth
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
TRUMAN T. METZEL
Many thanks to Frank Doten, HockyHockenson, and Prexy Moore for a most enjoyable Hanover weekend when Princeton came to town on October 8. Frank arranged the cocktail party in the Drake Room, Friday night and the dinner in Alumni
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
CHARLES M. FRENCH AND HARRY A. HOLMLUND
Just as the last column was written after the Princeton game, so this is delayed after the Columbia game - partly because of the game but more because this retired man is doing more than ever before ... and that's the word I am
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News from the Classes
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
FORD H. WHELDEN
Twenty-four members of the class board of governors convened in Hanover for their regular annual meeting the evening before the Princeton game. Five other members of the class also were present. Saturday evening these classmates
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News from the Classes
1926
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HENRI P. ESQUERRE
JOHN w. ROBERTS
HENRY L. PARKER 3RD
Tony Gleason from Scotch Plains, N.J., Herm Trefethen from Sky Top, Pa., Johnny Manser from Hanover, N.H., and DaveHarriman from No. Wilbraham, Mass., are latest retirees to report on how "their intrapsychic motivational strivings
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News from the Classes
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
LEON C. GREENBAUM
With the fall foliage assuming a very rare brilliance, '27 gathered from far and near on October 9 for a great weekend. Friday night dinner, an exciting class meeting, a football game with Princeton which nicely obliterated the
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
CHARLES F. BRUDER 3RD
If you couldn't get to 1928's Fall Reunion and the Princeton game October 8, you missed a wonderful weekend. The number of classmates and wives set a new record - over 100, - weather and foliage were beautiful and the football
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News from the Classes
1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
JOHN C. HUBBARD
JACK D. GUNTHER
Vignettes of the informal reunion in Hanover on the Princeton weekend: Arrived at the Shady Lawn Motel late Friday afternoon after viewing some of the most spectacular scenery in years. Jack Hubbard already there to greet us.
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News from the Classes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
JOHN F. RICH
Maybe when you read this, Dartmouth will have backed into the Ivy League championship, or at least ended the season in a tie. Whichever, there will be no denying the fact that Dartmouth has contributed to a new era of Eastern
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News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLARD C. WOLFF
GEORGE C. NICKUM
I told you this was going to happen. The basket is practically empty, so the column therefore will be short.
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News from the Classes
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ROBERT E. FENDRICH
ARTHUR E. ALLEN JR.
Special note to the Alumni Records Office: I received one of my return post cards carrying the following information: "New address, Callahan & Callahan, 3717 Main St., East Chicago, Indiana 46313. Residence: 7854 South Shore
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News from the Classes
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
GEORGE N. FARRAND
WOOD R. FOSTER
'33 has turned out in record numbers to support the Big Green on three successive glorious New England Saturdays. In the class section at the Brown game we saw Virginia and Whit Kimball, Dorrie andGeorge Drowne, Harriet and Dumps
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News from the Classes
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
RICHARD H. HOUCK
This was the autumn of the agony and the ecstasy: of superb achievement and utter frustration; of - well, you can't win 'em all!
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News from the Classes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
c. HALL COLTON
THOMAS E. WILSON
By the time this column appears in print, the football season (Ivy League version, at least) will have receded into the shadows of another year. On this Hallowe'en Eve, however, as the Trick or Treaters beat their tattoo upon
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News from the Classes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
PAUL L. GUIBORD
Saturday, October 29, was a beautiful day. The parking lots around the Yale Bowl were crowded before the game with tailgate picnickers. Cold chicken and ham and cheese were accompanied by wine, beer, and scotch. The October sun
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKHAItT
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
FRANCIS T. FENN JR.
Good Lord, December already and it seems we just successfully hurdled the Trick-or-Treat season. This brings up a request. How about you wonderful wives putting us down please on your Christmas card list. We can use family
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
PETER SCHAEFFER
ROBERT H. RENO
Every football season brings up the perennial question of what the Class can do for get-togethers over and above the general affairs put on by various alumni groups in Worcester, Cambridge, New Haven, etc. This year there was a
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News from the Classes
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
ALAN V. TISHMAN
RICHARD M. WYMAN
'Tis the season to be jolly! Also to rejoice over promotions, to adjust to changes of address, and to be thankful for all our blessings, not the least of which is to be a small part of Dartmouth College.
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News from the Classes
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
DONALD G. RAINIE
GORDON K. WENTWORTH
Hearing from former roommates is always a pleasure, so you can imagine my double joy to hear from two of mine within a few days of each other recently. Luckily we have kept in touch these last 27 years so it wasn't a matter of
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News from the Classes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
The thought occurred to your Secretary that he might perform a minor service for the Class by supplementing Red O'Connor's Herculean task of compiling the 25th reunion yearbook by trying to fill in some of the blank spaces in
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News from the Classes
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
GUY A. SWENSON JR.
25th Reunion June 15-18, 1967
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News from the Classes
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. LAPPIN
Columbia weekend, short on football competition, was heavy on good weather for a fine reunion. Paul Young's arrangements were excellent, starting with Friday dinner, well attended, marvelous cocktail party, and the popular
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MCELNEA JR.
Ro and Pinky Corroon went up for that fall reunion over the Princeton weekend with the "Needle" Aliens. To hear the Pink tell it, that informal fall get-together has the big formal reunions beat a mile. There was a big '44
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News from the Classes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
The fall reunions continue to increase both in attendance and enjoyment. This past Princeton weekend found '45s assembled in Hanover from far and near. The executive committee meeting on Friday afternoon was the only serious
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News from the Classes
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANK ETTARI
As I write this the weather in Hanover is balmy and spring-like and we chuckle as we hear the reports of below freezing weather down in Alabama. Unfortunately, we hear that the cold front is coming north and by the time you read
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News from the Classes
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
JOSEPH G. KUREY
Plans are going ahead rapidly for our up and coming twentieth. Ed Senghas' group has already secured the fun and games place plus setting up all of the facilities to make this a gala weekend. It is hoped to be able to include a
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News from the Classes
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
JOHN S. FENNO
One good thing about the football season in addition to seeing the team win is the opportunity to cheer with some other '48's and visit with them. We really had a good turnout this year at the Yale game and although I saw many
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News from the Classes
1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
HERMAN E. MULLER JR.
Returning to Hanover at any time of the year is a delightful experience, but there is something especially glorious about a fall weekend which transcends simple nostalgia and captures us as surely as time. The annual fall class
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News from the Classes
1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
ERIC T. MILLER
Those of us who journeyed to Harvard's stadium on October 22 can't say we didn't get our six bucks' worth of fine football. Unfortunately, however, the Crimson rooters got a fine bonus on their investment - even those who dealt
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News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
FREDERICK F. BROWN
As a balding, bespectacled, potbellied old bachelor, I have neither beloved wife nor bedeviling children to dote over me this holiday season. Yet I'm still looking forward to someone filling my Christmas stocking, specifically,
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News from the Classes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
VICTOR R. TRAUTWEIN JR.
Most of our news this month is on the business front but I guess I'll begin with some important information that your other trusty scribe John Barto has been too moest to mention in his correspondence.
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News from the Classes
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
DAVID G. HALLORAN
A large group of 53's were in attendance at both the Harvard and Yale games. We were blessed with beautiful weather both weekends. While we couldn't match last year's undefeated team, we did provide plenty of exciting football.
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News from the Classes
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
KENT M. KLINEMAN
When Santa makes his nocturnal rounds this year, he's going to have a tough time catching up with some '54's. He'd be well advised to call on Tony Lukeman in broad daylight and wearing his brightest suit. Tony is a major with
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
News from Vietnam soldiers, past and present. Dan Nixon writes that he's chief of the medical service for the 12th Evacuation Hospital, a 400-bed semi-mobile hospital at Chu Chi, about 30 miles southwest of Saigon and near the
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News from the Classes
1956
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LEONARD J. CLARK
ABNER OAKES 3RD
The turn-out for our executive committee meeting in Hanover before the Princeton game was disappointing to say the least. Perhaps the reason for it was simply a postreunion letdown ... perhaps the fact that tickets for the
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News from the Classes
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR.
FRANK A. BRUNI
When this edition is published, we will be well into the holiday season. Diane and I wish to extend to you and yours the season's greetings and all best wishes for a very happy, healthy and productive New Year. We are sure that
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News from the Classes
1958
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WILLIAM D. HARTLEY
GARY T. FINERTY
There must be some disadvantage to taking the job of writing this column that I haven't yet discovered. We're just eight years out of college and the ALUMNI MAGAZINE already has ground up three '58 secretaries. Ken Prouty held
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News from the Classes
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
Just back from a trip - I think I'll get this column off my chest first. I apologize for the pretty much staccato style this time, but I've got to get on to a few other matters.
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News from the Classes
1960
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AXEL L. GRABOWSKY
BRUCE M. CLARK
It was a bleak Saturday afternoon at Harvard Stadium. The sun was shining but not even it and the massed Big Green Band could dispel the gloom at the traditional post-game gathering at the Cage. Most contemplated their paper
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News from the Classes
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
GEORGE H. DENNISTON JR.
I am sitting by the fire defying frost and storm, ha ha. I am coldernhell! I don't think that defying jazz works very well except in songs. Another thing: don't try pledging any fellowship whilst your cup is at the lip... you
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News from the Classes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN T. SCHIFFMAN
Well I spent a few boastful weeks priding myself on those fast-growing twins belonging to Susan and me. Then the phone rang bringing into the house the voice of my old roommate from Russell Sage, JohnWilkinson. Wouldn't you know
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News from the Classes
1963
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PETER M. STERN
ROBERT H. NASSAU
There seems to be an unusual abundance of news this month, so I will get down to brass tacks right away. First of all, congratulations to all those who have passed the bar examinations. I am happy to say that I have joined your
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News from the Classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
Winter has finally come to the Hanover Plain and its nearby mountains. We had about three inches up here the other day and it's supposed to snow tonight. Stowe will be opening up fairly soon, they got about six inches today. A
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News from the Classes
1965
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RICK MAHONEY
JAY B. JOHNSTON
Before I start I want to thank all of you who have taken the time to write or otherwise get in touch with me. I've been overwhelmed with news from all over, and believe me, it makes my job a lot easier and a lot more fun.
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1966
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LARRY GEIGER
S. MICHAEL NADEL
All was well at Houseparties 1966. The Indians toyed with Columbia on the field, the Tigers surprised Harvard at Princeton, and '66's were back on the plain in force,' drawn from all over the Northeast by past memories and a
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TEXAS INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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S. RUSSELL STEARNS '38
Visitors to the Thayer School since September have seen a two-story, red building nestled between the two wings of the School. The ground floor houses the equipment room previously located in the center of the main building.
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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JOHN ALLBEE T'61
With Christmas just around the corner, we are well into our academic year. First-year students for the most part are over the initial shock of settling down to the learning process, and the second-year men have begun thinking
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Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
Plan now to be in Hanover on May 20 for the next meeting of the Nathan Smith Medical Society. Not only will the memorial plaque for Old Medical be dedicated and an all-day program be presented, but there will be an opportunity
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COOLEY'S, Inc.
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AVIS
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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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BROOKS BROWNFIELD CO.
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MOTEL
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Alumni Magazines
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Webster Associates
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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