Issue: 19670701

Saturday, July 1, 1967
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Wallace Affair (Cont.)
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Folk Concert October 14
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The Class of 1969 and Hopkins Center have announced their joint presentation of folk singers Simon and Garfunkel in a Leverone Field House concert on the evening of Saturday, October 14. This third annual fall folk concert will add
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THE HANOVER INN $ MOTOR LODGE
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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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PUNK BEACH
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ACREAGE
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
GODWIN AND MARY: LETTERS OF WILLIAM GODWIN AND MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT.
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JEFFREY HART '51
Edited by RalphM. Wardle '3l. Lawrence, Kansas: TheUniversity of Kansas Press, 1966. 125 pp.$4.00.
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Dartmouth Authors
HOW TO ADOPT A CHILD.
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MICHAEL L. SLIVE '62
By RobertA. Farmer '6O. New York: Arco Publishing Co., Inc., 1967. 131 pp. $4.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
POLICIES UNDERLYING CORPORATE GIVING.
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DAVID T. ECKELS '44
By Ralph Lingo Thomas '26.Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall,Inc., 1966. 127 pp. $15.00.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
WORLD AFFAIRS REPORTS. THE NEGRO CRISIS. VIETNAM. RUSSIA VS. CHINA.
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DELMAR W. GOODWIN
By George H. Stern '57. KeyIssues Defined in Depth. Assorted materials. Developed by Behavioral ResearchLaboratories and United Press International. Palo Alto, Calif.
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EGYPT AND THE SUDAN.
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ROBERT G. LANDEN
By Robert O.Collins '54 and Robert L. Tignor. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.,1967. 180 pp. $4.95 ($1.95 paperbound).
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Books
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Briefly Noted
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A third booklet in his series The Facts ofLife has recently been published privately by H. Winthrop Webber '14 of 23.10 Ashmead Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. This third number, entitled "The Way to Lifelong Health and Security (Based upon
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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"Honduras—Postal History to 1877 and Its First Postage Stamps of 1866" by Irving I. Green '17 appeared serially in the Collectors Club Philatelist from July 1965 to May 1967. The author was awarded the first prize medal by the
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Dalton Ridge
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Norwich Inn and Motel
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A Wah Hoo Wah for —
A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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AMOS N. BLANDIN '18, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Laws from Keene (N.H.) State College.
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COMMENCEMENT 1967
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THE number of degrees awarded by Dartmouth College each June continues to grow, and the 1967 Commencement, true to form, established a new mark. At exercises attended by some 5,000 persons in the outdoor setting of Baker Library's
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Education's Marshall Plan
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ROBERT H. WINTERS, LL.D.
THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS
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It is arguable, of course, that a famed football coach of your student days would have been known as Gloomy Gil even if you had not aspired to be his quarterback. We know only that your prowess above Cayuga's waters led but
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Valedictory to 1967
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
GENTLEMEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS
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Valedictory to the College
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STEVE GUCH JR. '67
COMMENCEMENT is one of the few times in life at which an individual stands squarely on the interface of the past and the future. On one hand, the graduate can look back on his four-year experience and try to see just what has
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Dartmouth Changing and Unchanged
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DR. WALTMAN WALTERS '17
THE FIFTY-YEAR ADDRESS
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'67 Fund Tops Its Goal
'67 Fund Tops Its Goal
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THE 63rd annual Alumni Fund Campaign, which ended June 30, has reached a new milestone in Fund history by going over its first two million dollar goal. Alumni Fund totals through July 1 show a total of $2,027,278. This includes an
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L. William Seidman '43 Heads Alumni Association
L. William Seidman '43 Heads Alumni Association
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L. William Seidman '43 of Grand Rapids, Mich., a partner in the accounting firm of Seidman & Seidman, is the president of the General Association of Alumni of Dartmouth College for 1967-68. His election was announced at
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Harvey Hood '18 Retires as Trustee
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TWENTY-FIVE years of service as a Dartmouth Trustee ended for Harvey p. Hood '18, senior member of the Board, when he retired at the . age of 70 at the Commencement meeting of the Trustees. Mr. Hood, chairman of the
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Reunions Draw Record Attendance
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No other week in the college year is quite like Reunion Week.
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'42 Class Giving Sets Record
'42 Class Giving Sets Record
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A new record in 25-year class giving - nearly twice as much as the former mark - has been established by the Class of 1942. Presentation of a "check" for $1,280,000 to President Dickey at the 25th reunion banquet in Alumni Hall
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Worthington Heads Alumni Council
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DELWYN J. WORTHINGTON '26, of Tucson, Arizona, was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for 1967-68 at its 114th meeting in Hanover on June 16. As head of the College's alumni "senate" he succeeds George I. Davis
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Council Honors Four
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Two Dartmouth Alumni Awards conferred upon WILLIAM H. SCHERMAN '34 and H. REGINALD BANKART '35 at the banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Council in Hanover on June 14 were among four such awards made by the Council in the past two
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GIFTS, GRANTS & BEQUESTS
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The demands upon educational institutions are greater than ever before, and are increasing. Dartmouth's alumni and friends as well as corporations and foundations meet this challenge in many ways that go well beyond the Alumni
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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BACK in March, before the first cry of "play ball" was heard by varsity baseball coach Tony Lupien and his talented squad, the chief concern was what was then considered a "weak" pitching staff. Coach Lupien was faced with two
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With the Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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Coach Whitey Burnham's lacrosse Indians finished 3-8 this spring, but the statistics leave out most of the facts. The 1967 club was no pushover, making its hard-hitting, heads-up style of play respected throughout the league. Though
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With the Big Green Teams
TENNIS
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Also big in the news this spring was the varsity tennis team, under new head coach John Kenfield. The netmen, behind Captain Charlie Hoeveler, South- port, Conn., posted a 14-5 summary, the best since 1962 when the Indians had a
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With the Big Green Teams
GOLF
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Bill Johnson, Dartmouth's new varsity golf coach whose squad posted an 8-8 record this spring, looks forward to next year and returning junior Ken Kotowski, Melrose, Mass., who led the team with an individual match record of
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With the Big Green Teams
RIFLE
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The Dartmouth rifle team closed out its season with a 9-2 record, making this the most successful year in its history.
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With the Big Green Teams
FRESHMAN SPORTS
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Several teams made news among the Little Indians this spring, including the freshman baseball team which whipped through its slate for an undefeated 12-0 summary. Coach Eddie Jeremiah, with the help of hoop coach Dave Gavitt,
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With the Big Green Teams
The Spring Summary
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Varsity
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"Doggie" Julian, Master Coach
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WE won it! We won it! We're five and one! I can't believe it! We're five and one!" It was after the first game at the Annual Kodak College Basketball Classic in Rochester, N.Y., last December. The excited, bubbling coach was
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1967 Football Forecast
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THE coming season must be considered a rebuilding year for Dartmouth, which has won or shared the Ivy League title in four of the last five years. The graduation of three of the four starters in last fall's record-setting
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The Good Old Days?
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JACK HURD '21
IN the 1880's Dartmouth was so different from the 1960's as to be almost another world. In an unpublished diary W. G. Bouton 'B5 describes undergraduate excitements: cracking walnuts, swinging dumbbells and Indian clubs, coasting on
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Academic Delegates
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Dartmouth has been represented at recent academic ceremonies by the following:
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1902's 65th
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JULIUS A. BROWN
This is presumably the last time that the Class of 1902 will be called upon to make an official report on reunion, although hopefully, this is not the last class gathering that may occur from time to time. It does, however, give us the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1907's 60th
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GEORGE W. GREBENSTEIN
Our 60th reunion — "The Last Roundup" was a tremendous success in every way. It is our last formal reunion; however, we will continue to have informal reunions in Hanover during the remaining years of our lives.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1912's 55th
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
This was a memorable reunion—1912's 55th — in many ways. First and foremost was the fact that the cup for the largest attendance in proportion to living members in the older reuning classes was awarded to 1912. Then there checked in
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1917's 50th
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DONALD BROOKS
The months of. planning and anticipation culminated on June 9 when the first arrivals for '17's Fabulous Fiftieth were greeted by Treasurer Vic Smith and members of the reunion committee. Weather was warm and became warmer but
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1921's 45th
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JOHN HURD
With Irish ebullience, Tommy Keane, former Dartmouth golf coach, opined, "Not bad for a hot day after a hot night." Ever- conservative Doug Storer burst out, "Amazing but true." He meant the 46th and also the 1921 golf tournament. Norm
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1922's 45th
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NAN DWIGHT ('22)
The image of '22 at its 45th reflected off some acute observers. For instance, the venerable Vermonter filling in as a campus cop confided, "Well, I've seen bigger reunions and heard louder ones, but you folks seem to know each
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1923's 45th
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WALTER C. DODGE
Under the very efficient direction of KenQuencer, 1923's early 45th Reunion was held jointly with 1921, 1922, and 1927 on June 12 to 14. A total of 178 including 81 wives, daughters, and widows of classmates joined together in
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1927's 40th
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ROGER BURY
Sunday afternoon, June 11, saw '27'ers pouring into Hanover —so many in fact, that Sunday night dinner had to be transferred by your hard working chairman, Ken Murray, from the Outing Club to Thayer. A good dinner, after a happy
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1942's 25th
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GEORGE K. HINKLEY
June 15-18, 1967, marked the memorable return of the Class of 1942 to the Hanover Plain. From any point of view - logistics, economics, tactics, strategy, execution, elocution - this has to be the greatest.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1946's 20th
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
From the masthead, you will notice the arrival of a new secretary to replace the very capable Bob Kimball who has completed his five-year tour of duty. Previously he had been Class Treasurer for a like period and, on behalf of all of us
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1947's 20th
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DOUGLAS K. BURCH
Twentieth With Tribe is destined to go down in '47's annals as the greatest reunion yet. Ed Senghas had every detail perfectly arranged, up to and including the weather, so that the whole mammoth affair — 97 '47's attended,
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1948's 20th
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JOHN VAN RAALTE
The Tumultuous Twentieth was certainly a tremendous success and by far the most friendly and best organized reunion our class has ever held. All the arrangements were perfectly organized, and our Reunion Chairman, Dick Barlow,
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1957's 10th
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THOMAS H. SCHWARZ
1957's 10th was 288 ways great. It was wet and wild as the ad says. It was BobAdelizzi, Cecil Simpson, Bill Davidow,Randy Aires, and Tom Ely coming across a continent, the Kent Cranes from Ghana (via Washington), Bob Rex and Bob Shirley
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STONE END
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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