Issue: 19670601

Thursday, June 1, 1967
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CAMPION'S
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MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Chemical New York
Chemical New York
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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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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Wallace Affair
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Brooks Brothers CLOTHING
Brooks Brothers CLOTHING
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NEW ENGLAND REVISITED
NEW ENGLAND REVISITED
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ABBOTT
ABBOTT
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Currier Print for Sale
Currier Print for Sale
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT
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American Airlines
American Airlines
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Frenchman's Love HOTEL
Frenchman's Love HOTEL
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Hotel Pierre
Hotel Pierre
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THE VALUE LINE INVESTMENT SURVEY
THE VALUE LINE INVESTMENT SURVEY
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BIRDS: AN INTERPRETATION OF BIRD BEHAVIOR.
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LAWRENCE KILHAM, M.D.
By Harold E. Burtt '11. New York:The Macmillan Co., 1967. 242 pp. $5.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
25TH REUNION.
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By David Camerer '37.New York: David McKay Co., Inc., 1967.247 pp. $4.95.
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10,11
Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE VALUE ISSUE OF BUSINESS.
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JAMES BRIAN QUINN
By Prof. Alvar O. Elbing (Tuck School) andCarol J. Elbing. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967. 256 pp. $8.95 ($3.95 paperbound).
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
PHILIP THE FAIR AND BONIFACE VIII: STATE VS. PAPACY
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JOHN R. WILLIAMS
(EuropeanProblem Studies). Edited by Prof. CharlesT. Wood (History). New York: Holt,Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1967. 116pp. $1.95 (Paper bound).
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY.
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WILLIAM R. COGSWELL '61
By Richard E. Johnson, Lona Lee Lendsey,Prof. William E. Slesnick (Mathematics),Grace E. Bates. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1967. 629 pp. $5.92.
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Like Patching a Flat and the Superchief Goes By
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J. DONALD O'HARA '27
(Homage to Ramon Guthrie)
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Books
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New Modern Poets
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Three Dartmouth poets - Richard Eberhart '26, Professor Emeritus Ramon Guthrie, and the late Dilys Laing - are included in the recently published anthology, TheNew Modern Poetry: British and AmericanPoetry Since World War II, edited
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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The May issue of The Reader's Digest contains an article entitled "What You Should Know About Flammable Fabrics" by Harland Manchester '21.
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Books
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Set of Freud Presented
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The Dartmouth Library last month received as the gift of Dr. John Milne Murray '19 a rare presentation set of Freud's works. Handsomely bound in full leather, each of the 26 volumes contains a special introductory page
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25th REUNION
25th REUNION
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General Motors
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PINK BEACH
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SLOPE'N SHORE CLUB
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Gift of William D. Blatner '05 Will Aid Hopkins Center and Dartmouth Libraries
Gift of William D. Blatner '05 Will Aid Hopkins Center and Dartmouth Libraries
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IN recent issues of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE there has appeared a section entitled "Gifts, Grants & Bequests" which has indicated the scope of gift opportunities to Dartmouth College. A recent substantial gift in trust from
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Artist's Illustration of the Great Seal
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THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE MEDALLION
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The Great Jeal of Dartmouth College
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
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The College
Student Art Show.
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The exhibition of student art this spring was so extensive that it was put into the Hopkins Center's big Jaffe-Friede Gallery (even then all the works picked as worthy of exhibit by the faculty judges couldn't be shown) and
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The College
Valedictory Speaker.
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Steve Guch Jr., from Falls Church, Va., who leads the senior class in academic rating, has been named the valedictory speaker at the Commencement exercises on June 11.
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The College
End to Mandatory Comprehensives.
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The Dartmouth faculty has passed and sent to the Trustees a resolution that, if accepted by the Trustees, will make the spring term comprehensive examinations for seniors optional for each department of the College.
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The College
Vietnam Week.
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The week of May 14 to 20 was designated "Vietnam Week" by the Undergraduate Council which sponsored a series of lectures "to educate students about Vietnam and the draft."
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The College
Distinguished Visitors.
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The campus has welcomed a number of prominent visiting speakers this month who contributed to the College's work without notice in the national press, unfortunately.
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The College
For Illinois Scholars.
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A $278,500 scholarship fund established at the College will provide scholarships to worthy students from the State of Illinois. This major fund is named for the late Francis C. Hardie '18, who died in August, 1963,
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The College
Barrett Cup Winner.
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Richard W. Clapp, a senior from Lewiston, Me., was awarded the Barrett Cup which, as Dean Thaddeus Seymour said in presenting the trophy, "represents the very best of the place (Dartmouth)."
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The College
Class of '50 Trees.
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Two new, and very handsome, rock maples recently appeared in the lawn in front of Sanborn House, courtesy of the Class of 1950's Tree Replacement Program. The trees, appropriately identified with plaques reading "Rock
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The College
Summer Term Expectations.
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Several thousand students of both sexes and all ages are expected on campus for a wide variety of summer programs. The Summer Term courses are expected to draw some 500 undergraduates from here and elsewhere, and Alumni College
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The College
Honor "Lew" Stilwell.
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Alumni members of the Dartmouth chapter of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity have voted to give the College the sum of $3300 to establish the Lewis D. Stilwell Memorial Fund, honoring the beloved history professor who was killed in an
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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SYDNEY CLARK '12, recipient of the St. Olav Medal from Norway, for his travel books about Scandinavia.
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The Wallace Affair
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C.E.W.
THINGS were different this time.
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Ralph Lazarus on the Wallace Incident
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DURING his report to the Dartmouth class officers in Hanover on Saturday, May 13, Ralph Lazarus '35, chairman of the Alumni Fund Committee, devoted part of his talk to the Wallace incident. Following is a summary of his
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Prophecy in Painting
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ROBERT REID and DOROTHY BECK
Orozco's Dartmouth murals, scheduled for restoration soon, are one of the world's great depictions of the legend and prophecy of Quetzalcoatl
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RETIRING FACULTY
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Seven professors whose periods of service to the College range from 19 to 40 years, and total 217 years, close out their active teaching careers at Dartmouth on June 30. Their retirement deprives the College of a group distinguished for teaching, scholarship, and lasting contributions to the Dartmouth community.
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
THE Hopkins Center has a new Director of Drama who will also serve as a drama professor in the English Department. He is Rod Alexander who has been senior Professor of Dramatic Art and Director of the Whitman Theater at
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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ART HAUPT '67
GEORGE WALLACE was a symbol of Southern segregation in 1963, and he was still that symbol in 1967. But in 1963, when the Alabama governor swung through Hanover, he spoke to a large crowd in the Field House while pickets
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Fund Is Running Strong
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As Dartmouth's 1967 Alumni Fund Campaign headed toward its final month it appeared that the first $2-million goal in history could be achieved by the June 30 deadline. Totals through May 22 showed that 12,350 alumni, parents, and
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Alumni Album
U.S. Ambassador
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PARKER T. HART '33 represents the United States to 31 million people - from modern city-dwellers who fight traffic jams and air pollution to village peasants who are just being introduced to electricity, running water, roads, and
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Alumni Album
Cancer Clinician
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To DR. EMERSON DAY '34, Director of New York's Strang Clinic for cancer detection and research, the idea of preventive medicine isn't so new. "The ancient Greeks had a system whereby they paid their doctors only for keeping
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Alumni Album
Welfare Secretary
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LISLE C. CARTER '45 talks softly and carries big scissors. He needs them to cut across Federal agency and program lines to accomplish his jobs as Assistant Secretary in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and Director
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Alumni Album
Impresario
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Impresario RICHARD P. LEACH '32 is always in the lead at Saratoga. As Executive Director of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center he runs a winning place for shows.
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AN ATHLETIC SUMMING UP
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CLIFFORD L. JORDAN '45
"Red" Rolfe '31, on the eve of retiring as Director of Athletics, expresses some views on the state of Big Green sports
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Article
The Class Officers Weekend
The Class Officers Weekend
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THE annual spring gathering of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover last month, on the weekend of May 12-13, attracted an attendance only slightly below last year's record. Some 420 officers and wives representing classes from
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Tuck School Associates
Tuck School Associates
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To promote a more vital link between business and education, the Tuck School at Dartmouth has been successfully developing for nearly three years a program called the Tuck School Associates. This plan was established in 1964
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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NINTH inning.... Two out, two on. ... Count on the batter is two and two.... The pitch catches the inside corner. ... Called third strike....
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With the Big Green Teams
TENNIS
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DAVE MARTIN '54
Dartmouth still was maintaining a blistering tennis pace with only a 5-4 loss at Yale marring the league record. The biggest plum to date was the winning of both the singles and doubles titles at the New England
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With the Big Green Teams
TRACK
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DAVE MARTIN '54
The Dartmouth track team is composed of valiant men, but the team has had a dismal year. A lone victory over Holy Cross in early May was the only bright spot of the spring season. Losses included a 135-18 trouncing at Harvard,
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With the Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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DAVE MARTIN '54
Things looked little better on the lacrosse score cards this spring: a three-win, six-loss record at press time, although an 11-8 win over the University of New Hampshire did give the Green the state lacrosse championship.
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With the Big Green Teams
Rugby
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TERRY JACOBS '69
THE Dartmouth Rugby Club has completed another successful year, with over sixty players participating on four different teams. With one game remaining in the spring season, the ruggers' record stands at a commendable 22-8-2,
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With the Big Green Teams
Last Month's Results
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BASEBALL: Dartmouth 24, Amherst 0; Dartmouth 5, Brown 2; Yale won 6-2; Dartmouth 5, Harvard 0; Dartmouth 9, Boston College 8; Dartmouth 3, Holy Cross 2 (12 innings); Dartmouth 2, Princeton 1; Dartmouth 6, St. Michael's 4;
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News from the Clubs
Oregon
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SUMNER M. SHARPE '58
Secretary, 7114 Tennessee Lane, Vancouver, Wash. 98064
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News from the Clubs
Rochester
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ALLAN R. KARCHER '51
PHIL KRON '60
Secretary, 10 Kimberly Road, Pittsford, N. Y. 14534
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News from the Clubs
Philadelphia
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PETER M. STERN '63
Secretary, 900 W. Spencer Place, Apt. 203 Philadelphia, Pa. 19141
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News from the Clubs
London
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FRED D. POLLARD '53
Secretary, 11 Marlborough Ct., Pembroke Road Kensington, London, W.8 England
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News from the Clubs
Northern California
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CARLTON J. WARD '32
Secretary, 6 Yale Circle, Berkeley, Calif. 94708
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48
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News from the Clubs
Pioneer Valley
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HALLAM J. CLARK '22
Secretary, Chapel Hill, South Hadley, Mass. 01075
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News from the Clubs
Bridgeport
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RICHARD H. MACDONALD '44
Secretary, Samp Mortar Ledge, Fairfield, Conn. 06430
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News from the Clubs
Portland
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DAVID G. ARMSTRONG '61
Secretary, 22 Thomas St., Portland, Me. 04102
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News from the Clubs
Atlanta
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GLOWER W. JONES '58
Secretary, 1405 Fulton National Bank Building Atlanta, Ga. 30303
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48
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News from the Clubs
Pittsfield
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HENRY WILLIAMS JR. '49
HOWARD D. SAMMIS '23
Secretary, 459 Main St., Dalton, Mass. 01226
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News from the Clubs
Seattle
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STURGES D. DORRANCE '63
Secretary, 15521 32nd Ave. N.E., Seattle, Wash. 98155
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
News about our contribution to the 1967 Fund is in the making. A report will be forthcoming later. Thank you for your prompt beginning. Other news items must wait till fall. You will understand why in what follows.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
1900 is very proud. One of its lineal descendants has been awarded a coveted collegiate scholarship honor. Betsy Woodman, a senior at Smith College, was recently inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. Betsy is the oldest daughter of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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THOMAS F. MCGOVERN
HARLAND E. CATE
The Office of -Alumni Records received a belated report announcing the death of our classmate, Warren W. Heald, in Chester, Vt. He died December 8, 1966. He was born in Brattleboro, Vt., December 16, 1878.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
The Alumni Fund results to the time of this writing will be so far behind by the time you read them that I will only mention that my most recent interim report shows that 1903 is now over its scoring base of 18. This is largely
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
MATTHEW W. BULLOCK SR
William A. Young who was a member of our class during his freshman year, died at his home in Exeter, N. H., on March 24.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
Note the date of our regular reunion. Thanks to C.C. Hills, our efficient reunion chairman, we can look forward to gathering in Hanover Friday, July 7, for the program that will come to a close Sunday noon, July 9, with
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
A phone call from Bill Page advised that his back was just as strong as ever so he was able to spend all the time necessary to take care of his garden but that his eyes were so bad that he has had to give up his baseball work.
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News from the Classes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
Soon after you receive this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE many of you will be on your way to Hanover to celebrate our 60th reunion.
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News from the Classes
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
The following classmates and wives, who spent the winter in Florida, have returned to their northern homes: John Hinman, ArthurSoule, Seymour Rutherford, Lauris Treadway.
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News from the Classes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
Harold and Harriet Clark recently made a trip back to New Jersey to visit Rumson Country Day School at Rumson where Harold was headmaster for twenty years. He found the physical plant greatly expanded over what he had to use
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
Just a short while ago, we commented on the satisfaction we enjoy when one of us receives recognition for having been around for at least fifty years in some connection. Sometimes it is recognition for having served on the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
WARREN F. KIMBALL
Spring has come and gone for two more stalwart classmates, within a few days of each other. Jack Randall died on April 2 following Bones Tindall on March 22. Although not closely associated, they had many things in common. Both
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News from the Classes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
George Steele, president of the Class of 1913, passed away suddenly on April 10, 1967 at his home in Wellesley Hills, Mass. This is a tough blow for 1913 for since Warde Wilkins' death much of the labors had fallen on George.
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News from the Classes
1913
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WILLIAM B. TERRY
ALAN B. SHEPARD
Our class President, George Steele, died suddenly from heart failure early on Monday April 10, 1967 at his home, 18 Old Colony Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. His death was unexpected since he had apparently recovered from an
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News from the Classes
1914
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ELMER ROBINSON
FREDERIC A. DAVIDSON
June-O-Phile
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News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
When his daughter remarked she wouldn't need any clothes this summer, the fond father replied: "I was afraid it was coming to that." Which might apply to the current scarcity of class news items!
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News from the Classes
1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
H. BURTON LOWE
On July 19, 1917, the Fifteenth U.S. Regiment of Engineers landed at Liverpool where the then Lord Mayor welcomed them as "the first armed forces of a foreign power to land on English soil since William the Conqueror in 1066."
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News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
JOHN W. SALADINE
As these words are being written yours truly is looking ahead expectantly to our one and only 50th. It hardly seems possible that fifty years have passed since we left the Hanover Plain, first to take part in World War I and
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
It is our sad duty to report that WilliamChisholm passed away in his sleep on Friday morning, March 24, at Sea Island, in Georgia. This was the day before his 72nd birthday. Many members of the Class who knew Bill in college will
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News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
A spring event of great importance happened in Hanover on April 29 when there was a reception at the Baker Library in honor of Dr. John M. Murray (Jock to us) on his previous presentation to the Library of a special edition of
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News from the Classes
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
JOHN S. MAYER
What a winter this has been just about everywhere. In fact, perhaps it is worldwide, as a card from Sherry and ElizabethBaketel speaks of the blustery weather they were experiencing on their Spain trip and hoping it would be warmer
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News from the Classes
1921
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JOHN HURD
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
With Greece "safe from Communism," a result of the revolution and establishment of the only military dictatorship set up in Europe since Franco seized Spain 30 years ago, one would expect to find our 1921 Ambassador to Greece
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News from the Classes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
On the eve of its 45th Reunion, a young class ought to learn the facts of life. So, for '22, "This is your Life," fully abridged: We numbered 434 as freshmen in September 1918. We grew, mainly through transfers, to a maximum of
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News from the Classes
1923
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CHESLEY T. BIXBY
LOUIS V. WILCOX
Walt and Connie Dodge moved to Francestown on August 25, 1965. They are now enjoying their second winter amid the New Hampshire snows and are really enjoying life. Connie is still on the board of Massachusetts Eye and Ear
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
DOUGLAS S. CRAIG
In case you missed it, let me start by going back to the April issue, page 33, where there is a note saying that Don Bartlett has won a Fulbright-Hays lectureship for the 1967-8 academic year (his finale after his retirement in
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News from the Classes
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
LAURENCE G. LEAVITT
Between the time these notes are drafted and issued in print two occasions will have transpired. Your class officers will have returned to Hanover as guests of the college to discuss current problems with the officers of other
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News from the Classes
1926
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HENRI P. ESQUERRÉ
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
If your contribution to the '67 Alumni Fund is to raise '26 in the '67 Green Derby Contest it has to be in Hanover this month. We want to improve our percentage of contributors. So everybody act now. No contribution is too
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News from the Classes
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
Pre-Pine Tree Fortieth Class activity was the New York dinner April 26 honoring Bob Stevens as he completes his tenth year as '27's chairman-president. Some forty classmates and wives provided a warm enthusiastic audience for
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News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
HOWARD S. BUSH
At the head of the academic procession May 12 marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of Centenary College in Hackettstown, N. J., was John Phillips, represent- ing Dartmouth - and resplendent with a M.A. degree hood. At
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News from the Classes
1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
What a great dinner the class had in New York on April 19. These eyes saw Rusty Ayres for the first time since 1925, and Herb Fish, Brownie Waite, John McNamara, Herb Simpson, Bill Bunn, Russ Goudey, for the first time since
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News from the Classes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
Nine members of the Class met at the Hartford Club on March 23. Meade Alcorn, who' called the meeting, reports: "After two thoroughly delightful hours of reminiscing we left with the determination to meet again and frequently -
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News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLIAM B. SWIFT
Thankfully, I'm receiving an increasing number of newsy letters from our brethren. It's most gratifying - I can only hope that the trend holds. Here's a great example from Jack Warwick, in part: "Howie Crosse and I had lunch
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News from the Classes
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ALBERT C. BONCUTTER
This column, prepared in early May, is the last of the publication year and of my fourth year as secretary. I do not keep statistics on the number of classmates reported in the column, but my impression is that I had news on a
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News from the Classes
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
EDWIN C. KNAPP
I can think of half a dozen '33ers who have given much of themselves for Dartmouth but none more than Don D'Arcy who so deservedly was presented with the Dartmouth Alumni Award at the annual meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni
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News from the Classes
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
WILLIAM S. EMERSON
Just when it appeared that the old well was running dry, new springs of information came bubbling through. So, as we close out another college year, our cup runneth over with news about '34s:
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News from the Classes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
B. CRAMTON CARRICK
These notes are being written in keen anticipation of a warm spring weekend in Hanover. The prospect is doubly inviting after this most cruel of all Chicago winters. The occasion, of course, is the annual Class Officers Meeting
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News from the Classes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
PAUL S. CLEAVELAND
During the week of April 24 Dick Hefler was in New York City from San Francisco attending to the financial affairs of American Potash and Chemical and visiting with old friends. Some members of the Class Executive Committee
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FREDERICK ASHER
This being the last issue before summer vacation is therefore the final plug on the alumni fund. At this writing our results have shown marked improvement which, if carried through to the June 30 deadline, might be ample
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
MARTIN R. KING
A recent bulletin from Dawk to members of the Executive Committee contains news of general interest; some of it will be given in more detail in the Pacesetter, but here is the gist of it:
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News from the Classes
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
JOSEPH H. BATCHELDER JR
Al Balboni has moved to 12948 Brady Rd. in Jacksonville, Fla. All residents of Tiburon, Calif., are hereby advised that Colby Howe is now living at 11 Auburn Court there and it would be great at a block party if you can get him
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News from the Classes
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
HUGH DRYFOOS
My foreign correspondents have really come through this month - brightening my heart and my son's as well (he collects stamps). Scotty Rogers did the whole Pacific bit, in the name of Parker-Hanafin business, from Japan to
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News from the Classes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
ROBERT G. THOMAS
Mail has been a little heavier than usual in the last month, so we will open this issue of the Class Notes with some of the letters.
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News from the Classes
1942
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
WARREN G. KRETER
The secretary requests your indulgence of some dereliction of duty on his part inasmuch as he is in Hanover enjoying the visit with his wife rather than furthering Class interests through diligent observance and absorption of
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News from the Classes
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. FIELD
Chick Webb allowed I had a pretty good dossier on his activities except that his business headquarters is the Benson Manor, Jenkintown, Pa., rather than downtown Philly. Got a lunch invite from that item and I'll accept.... Herb
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News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
PHILIP E. PENBERTHY
Fritz Heir is home from the wars and is resting up with the family at the Manor in Cornish Flats.
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News from the Classes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR
CHARLES A. ROWAN JR
Phil Hildreth is the new head of the biology department of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Phil, who moves to his new campus position from the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory of the University of California at
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News from the Classes
1946
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ROBERT Y. KIMBALL
FRANCIS T. ADAMS JR
"Parting is such sweet sorrow." Five years ago when I started this job I thought that I would never want to utter those words but, now that the time has come, I find they do not come too hard. The simple fact of the matter is
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News from the Classes
1947
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JOHN E. FULLER
TOWNES M. HARRIS
You should be reading this either just before or just after the greatest reunion the class has ever had. Having been privy to some of the plans, we can make that prediction with little fear that it will not come true. Even
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News from the Classes
1948
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JOHN A. VAN RAALTE
LOUIS N. PERRY JR
Soon summer will be here, and that means the TUMULTUOUS TWENTIETH on June 17 and 18 is upon us. Those indicating they will be there number many more than have ever attended a '48 reunion in the past. You have seen the great
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News from the Classes
1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR
ELLIOT M. BARITZ
Just blew in from the Windy City with a pinch of news about some of our illustrious. Only wish that it were also possible to sneak into a phone booth around the corner from you and you, and then we'd really have it made. Only
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News from the Classes
1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
NORMAN E. MCCULLOCH JR
The day of this writing is Derby Day - Kentucky Derby that is, suh - while the month of this reading is Derby Month — Green Derby that is, in which the classes of 1946 through 1952 are competing for some important stakes in
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News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
HOWARD W. PHILLIPS
Since we all seem to be being reduced to numbers and data processing punch cards and tapes, perhaps I. should start this month with news about those classmates who are engaged in automating us.
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News from the Classes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
JOHN C. KLEIN
I'm always grateful for words of encouragement so the first item I will include in these notes is one from Tuscumbia, Ala. With the item was a pleasant note from Lucy Ware, spouse to Joe Ware, who paid me the ultimate
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News from the Classes
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
JOHN W. NEWTON
The Alumni Fund is drawing to a close so if you haven't already given, please do so soon. Our Class Agents have worked hard and need your support.
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News from the Classes
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
ROBERT L. WOODBERRY
It was thirteen years ago that we left the Hanover Plain to fend for ourselves in the wide, wide world. At that time many of us exchanged our ROTC patches for shiny new lieutenants' and ensigns' bars and, judging by the
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
RANDOLPH J. HAYES
Al and Betty Van Huyck are back after three years in Calcutta, where Al was engaged in city planning under the auspices of the Ford Foundation. He reports: "Out work in Calcutta turned out to be very successful and I think
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News from the Classes
1956
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DAVID STACKPOLE
EMERSON B. HOUCK
A quick look at statistics for class contributions to the Alumni Fund would indicate, as of this writing that quite a few of you need to hustle down to the post office with that envelope. Individual contributions have been
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News from the Classes
1957
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JAMES F. DALTON JR
JOSIAH STEVENSON
When this issue reaches you, the 10th Reunion should be history. Prognosticating a bit, I'm confident that the weekend of June 16-17 will be one that all of us in attendance in Hanover will remember for many, many years. The
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News from the Classes
1958
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WILLIAM C. VAN LAW
HERB SWARZMAN
This is the last month for the 1967 Alumni Fund Drive and at this writing our Class stands fifth out of seven in the Green Derby. We have a great big grand total of 26 percent participation in this year's drive which leaves a
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News from the Classes
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
JAMES W. WOOSTER
Here's the final round of gossip before the summer layoff. I don't know why I say "summer," because the way it's been around here this spring, it seems as though we're going right back into winter. We had four inches of snow the
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News from the Classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR
PETER K. THOMSEN
Gerry Shaye has completed fifteen weeks of training and is in Venezuela with the Peace Corps. He is working in community development.
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News from the Classes
1965
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RICK MAHONEY
JOHN T. MCLAUGHLIN
Hello again! Believe it or not we've completed another full swing on the alumni trail, and this will be the last column until October. I want to thank all of you who have taken the time to write during the past nine months, so
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News from the Classes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
WILLIAM M. HIGGINS
It doesn't seem as if a year has passed since we waited nervously in Spaulding for Comps, took that last walk around the Bema, sat in the warm sun on Baker Lawn. There's another summer ahead, and we pass along best wishes for a
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At the annual class officers' meetings in
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At the annual class officers' meetings in Hanover last month awards for top performance were made in the various officer categories, but one all-embracing award was made for THE class officer of the year. The honor went to
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Bob Kenyon '07 Awarded Fred Howland Fund Trophy
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Robert D. Kenyon '07 was honored at the Dartmouth class officers meeting in Hanover last month when he received the Fred A. Howland Trophy for his outstanding work in the 1966 Alumni Fund campaign. In making the
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M. J. Remsen '14 Named Top Bequest Chairman
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Martin J. Remsen '14 was cited as Bequest Chairman of the Year at the annual meeting of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover on May 13. The following tribute to his services to Dartmouth was read at the gathering:
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H. M. McKay '21 Honored As Treasurer of the Year
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The honor of being Class Treasurer of the Year was conferred on Hugh M. McKay'21 as class officers gathered in Hanover, May 13. In presenting the award Editor Charles E. Widmayer '30 of the Alumni Magazine paid him
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Fred Scribner '30 Named Class President of Year
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Fred C. Scribner '30 was honored as Class President of the Year at the annual meeting of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover, May 13. The following citation accompanied the award:
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E. L. Barcella '34 Named Class Secretary of Year
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At the annual meeting of Dartmouth class officers held in Hanover, May 13, Ernest L.Barcella '34 was proclaimed Class Secretary of the Year. In presenting the award J. Michael McGean '49, Secretary of the College, read
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Kappler and Dorrance '36 Given Newsletter Honors
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Frank K. Kappler '36 (1) and Dick Dorrance '36 were cited as Class Newsletter Editors of the Year when class officers met on May 13 in Hanover. The following tribute accompanied the award:
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Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
The usual bustle and excitement of the close of the academic year is upon us. Between regular classes, examinations, and meetings are sandwiched: the student-faculty social gathering; the Nathan Smith Society meeting; Medical
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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RUSS STEARNS '38
An apology must be offered for not announcing here previously the appointment of Professor of Engineering Jack Frankel as Associate Dean of the Thayer School. Jack joined the Thayer School faculty from UCLA in September and has
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JOHN ALBEE T'61
Before we get into news of the alumni a mention first of some of the more significant activities of our faculty. Professor Elbing has written a new book entitled, "The Value Issue in Business." It will be published this
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WORLD HANDICRAFT CENTER
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IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS Spalding Inn Club
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Ashley House
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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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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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BRANDS, INC.,
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