Issue: 19680401

Monday, April 1, 1968
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Front Cover
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Mike Brown '70, Eastern Diving Champion
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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Chemical New York
Chemical New York
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CLUB
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CLUB
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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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AVIS RENT A CAR
AVIS RENT A CAR
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NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL CAMP
NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL CAMP
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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A Coaching Miracle
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Brooks Brothers CLOTHING
Brooks Brothers CLOTHING
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
BARBARY GENERAL, THE LIFE OF WILLIAM H. EATON.
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JOHN HURD '21
By Samuel Edwards.Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall,Inc., 1968. 277 pp. $6.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
CRISIS AT ST. JOHN'S, STRIKE AND REVOLUTION ON THE CATHOLIC CAMPUS.
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AUGUSTIN-PIERRE LÉONARD
By Joseph Scimecca and Roland Damiano '62. New York: RandomHouse, 1967. 213 pp. $5.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
REBIRTH OF A NATION. THE ORIGINS AND RISE OF MOROCCAN NATIONALISM,
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CHRISTIAN P. POTHOLM II
1912-1944. By John P.Halstead '45. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1967. 323 pp. Paperback.$3.50.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
EGYPT AND THE SUDAN.
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LEO SPITZER
By Robert O.Collins '54 and Robert L. Tignor. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1967. 180pp. $4.95. Paperback $1.95.
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THE MANAGEMENT OF CYCLICAL LIQUIDITY OF COMMERCIAL BANKS.
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COLIN D. CAMPBELL '65h
By G. Walter Woodworth '39h.Boston, Mass.: The Bankers PublishingCompany, 1967. 140 pp. $14.00.
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Briefly Noted
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If you have never read King Lear, the short story "Storm Still" by Brock Brower '53 may mean little to you, but English majors and especially English teachers may express amazement at its brilliance. How brilliant? The 1967
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Alumni Articles
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Robert J. Misch '25 has written several articles for current publications including "Aquavits and Beer," January House Beautiful; "Wine for the Working Girl," March Cosmopolitan; "And Again She Ordered Chop Suey," May Eye (a
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Bank of America
Bank of America
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New England Life
New England Life
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challenge FARM and WILDERNESS CAMP
challenge FARM and WILDERNESS CAMP
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Newsweek
Newsweek
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Nick Jacobson '35, Playwright
Nick Jacobson '35, Playwright
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ALEXANDER LAING '25
NINE years ago a young graduate of the College read some of his poems at a movable feast in the living room of the Poet in Residence, Dick Eberhart '26. One was concerned with problems confronting the first man on earth.
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REGARDEZ
REGARDEZ
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THE PAGE BROTHERS
THE PAGE BROTHERS
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ARTS & CRAFTS
ARTS & CRAFTS
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DARTMOUTH MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
DARTMOUTH MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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The College
The College
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IN its consideration of the undergraduate proposal that parietals be liberalized to the point of permitting a student to house a woman in his room "for not more than a few days" (reasonable men must compromise) the Committee
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The College
Senior Fellows
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Senior Fellowships for the academic year 1968-69 have been awarded to fifteen members of the Class of 1969. The Fellows were appointed by President Dickey following recommendations to him by the Committee on Senior Fellow-
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The College
Dunaway Scholarship Fund
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A $116,900 scholarship grant to Tuck School as part of the Third Century Fund has been announced by Dean Karl A. Hill '38.
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The College
Reynolds Scholars
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Eight seniors and one alumnus have been named by President Dickey as recipients of James B. Reynolds Scholarships for Foreign Study and, for the first time in many years, all nine have elected to study in Great Britain.
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The College
Bicentennial Student Committee
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The complete list of students who have accepted the invitation of Charles J. Zimmerman '23, chairman of the Bicentennial Executive Committee, to serve on the Bicentennial Student Committee was released last month.
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The College
Webster Cottage
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The College last month turned over the keys to the Webster Cottage to Prof. W. Benfield Pressey, president of the Hanover Historical Society, and Prof. Herbert W. Hill, chairman of a special committee concerned with developing
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The College
Summer Science Institute
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In cooperation with the National Science Foundation, Dartmouth this summer will hold a four-week institute to advance the training of elementary-school science teachers. Increased funds from NSF will enable the College to
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The College
Shakespeare for Vacation
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While the rest of the College was on vacation, the Dartmouth Players remained in town to give three special performances of Shakespeare's Comedy ofErrors for junior high and high school students on March 25 and 26. Busloads of
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The College
A State Art Program
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Hopkins Center's already considerable influence on community art app'reciation will become statewide in 1968-69 when, with the assistance of the New Hampshire Commission of the Arts, the Center will provide art shows,
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The College
Holmes Lecture on May 10 To Mark Sesquicentennial Of Dartmouth College Case
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A lecture of great prestige by a distinguished jurist next month opens observances of the 150th anniversary of the Dartmouth College Case. Henry J. Friendly of New York, United States Judge, Court of Appeals for the Second
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The College
Appreciation Award to ABC
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The Western Electric Company has presented a $2000 Appreciation Award to the Dartmouth-sponsored ABC Project. ABC, designed to give underprivileged but promising secondaryschool students "A Better Chance" educationally,
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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PRESTON H. KELSEY '25, recipient of the Excalibur Humanitarian Award from Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, Calif., "for his contributions to the hospital and to mankind."
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1968 Alumni Fund
1968 Alumni Fund
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The arrival of spring across the nation once again heralds the start of the Dartmouth Alumni Fund campaign. This year, however, as the 54th annual campaign begins on April 1 there is one unique aspect to it. For the first time in
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Financial Gaposis?
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A projection of Dartmouth's budget ten years hence and some estimates of where the money might come from
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A NEW LOOK ON THE INN CORNER
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WITH AN OPEN HOUSE for the College community and Upper Valley residents the Hanover Inn last month signaled the completion of its new main wing. The new portion of the Inn had actually been in operation for some weeks, but a few
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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WILLIAM R. MEYER
JOHN W. FINCH, Professor of English, has been named the first William R. Kenan Professor at Dartmouth. He recently was named Chairman of the new Drama Department, and for the past year he served as chairman of the ad hoc
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A Navy-Dartmouth Success Story
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W.R.M.
THE "retirement years" for Senior Chief Quartermaster Arthur W. Lewis '66 will undoubtedly be no more conventional than his military career.
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ALUMNI ALBUM—14
Master Translator
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RICHMOND LATTIMORE '26 is to Greek translation as Greenwich is to time or as the London Times says, "the standard by whom others must thenceforth be judged."
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ALUMNI ALBUM—14
Art Collector and Author
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The most remarkable quality about RICHARD H. RUSH '37— a man who has achieved many remarkable successes - is that he is willing to share his secrets.
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ALUMNI ALBUM—14
Bronx County Chairman
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If you invite HENRY G. McDONOUGH '26 to dinner don't serve him chicken a la king.
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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JOHN BURNS '68
AN unfulfilled spring thaw in the middle of February was accompanied by Dartmouth's first (or, at least, first known) drug case and also renewed agitation for changes in the social code. As with all unexpected thaws, winter soon
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A Tale of Economic Adventure: The Daily DBuys a Press
A Tale of Economic Adventure: The Daily DBuys a Press
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JOHN BURNS '68
LASTIAST fall, The Dartmouth joined the small group of college newspapers that own and operate their own plants. The immediate reason for the acquisition of equipment was an eviction notice from our then current printer. The
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The DOC: A Learning Experience
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Jack Noon '68
PRESIDENT DICKEY has often said to the undergraduates of Dartmouth, "Your business here is learning." The Dartmouth Outing Club completely endorses this philosophy. In the four years separating the entering freshman from his
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Wanted: More John Ledyards
Wanted: More John Ledyards
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Harold Putnam '37
ALMOST two hundred years ago, the ring of John Ledyard's axe cut the stillness of the pine forests that shrouded Hanover. One of Dartmouth's first students was leaving probably the College's first dropout and he saw to
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GIFTS, GRANTS & BEQUESTS
GIFTS, GRANTS & BEQUESTS
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The purpose of this column is to give due and thankful recognition to recent gifts, grants, and bequests of $5,000 or more, indicating the variety of ways in which alumni and friends as well as corporations and foundations help
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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DARTMOUTH sports fans have become accustomed, in recent seasons, to ascribe the general numbing of the senses in late February to the long New England winter. This year, however, the sports scene on campus provided more
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With the Big Green Teams
BASKETBALL
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ALBERT C. JONES '66
It came as no surprise to those who closely followed the progress of this year's varsity basketball team, under the direction of first year Coach Dave Gavitt '59, to learn that the young mentor was named New England Basketball
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With the Big Green Teams
BASEBALL
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ALBERT C. JONES '66
Last spring Coach Lupien's team duplicated its 18-10 record of the year before, and a 7-2 summary in the EIBL brought his club the conference title. The Indians promise to be strong again this season, but are plagued with a
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With the Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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ALBERT C. JONES '66
Making ready for their southern trip, Coach Whitey Burnham's varsity lacrosse members were more excited than experienced, more spirited than steady, yet they possess the talents to provide many thrilling contests. Spark for a
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With the Big Green Teams
GREEN JOTTINGS
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ALBERT C. JONES '66
After 12 seasons as coach of Dartmouth freshman basketball, Coach Tony Lupien will now devote his energies entirely to his very successful varsity baseball team. As Pea Green leader his teams posted 132 wins against 71 losses.
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With the Big Green Teams
Spring Schedules
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ALBERT C. JONES '66
BASEBALL March 21-22, at Old Dominion; 23, at Hampden-Sydney; 25-27, at North Carolina State; 28, at East Carolina; 30, at Navy; 31, at Villanova; April 1, at Seton Hall; 13, at Massachusetts; 20, at Boston College; 23, at
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Class Notes
News from the Clubs
Orange County
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ROBERT Z. BLOCKSOM '31
The Dartmouth Club of Orange County held its first function of this year, cocktails and dinner, on February 17 at the Irvine Coast Country Club, Newport Beach. Walt Douglas '31, our first president, passed the gavel to newly
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News from the Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM A. BRINDLEY JR. '45
We have just passed the midway point of what is continuing to be an active year for the Dartmouth Club of Phoenix under the able direction of Dr. Dick Loughry '34.
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News from the Clubs
Central Florida
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KENNETH H. THOMAS '21
Our annual meeting was held Monday, February 26, 1968, a dinner affair with the ladies present. There were 55 alumni and guests in attendance at the Mt. Vernon Motor Lodge in Winter Park. Our annual election of officers was
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News from the Clubs
Boston
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STEPHEN R. PARKHURST '52
With cooperation from the weatherman, as the sun smiled when snow was supposed to fall, Dartmouth's oldest alumni club had its annual mid-winter dinner at the Statler-Hilton on February 8. Recent tradition was reversed and the
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News from the Clubs
Sarasota
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GILBERT H. ROBINSON '26
The beautiful 10th floor roof garden of the Sarasota Motor Hotel on February 28 was the scene of the largest dinner meeting the Dartmouth Club of Sarasota has ever held. Although the meeting was not scheduled until 6:30
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News from the Clubs
Denver
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ROBERT R. MONTGOMERY '56
Cal Fisher '32, physician, Alumni Councilor and oracle, addressed the Association at the luncheon meeting last month and told us about the vast changes which have been wrought at the Big Green in the last few years. We will be
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News from the Clubs
Philadelphia
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PETER M. STERN '63
The Club has begun its new year with a flurry of events as well as new leadership. Dave Steinberg '55 has been elected president with Jack Nason '59 vice president. Bill Hengst '61 and Jim Gaylord '50 will be assistants to the
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News from the Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM A. BRINDLEY JR. '45
The regular monthly luncheon of our small, but certainly nonetheless enthusiastic, group was held at the Arizona Manor on Tuesday, March 5. The prime rib entree, still only a modest two bucks, has to be the best bargain in our
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News from the Clubs
Central Vermont
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ALBERT BLISS '27
On March 7, 1968 Dartmouth alumni, wives and guests gathered at the Tavern Hotel in Montpelier at 5:30 p.m. for a social hour followed by a dinner, short business meeting and a speaker. During dinner Al Foley '20 related
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News from the Clubs
New Mexico
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RICHARD B. PAUL '41
At a supper meeting held February 21, 1968 at Hoyt's Dinner Bell in Albuquerque, fourteen alumni of Dartmouth voted unanimously to organize as the Dartmouth Club of New Mexico.
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News from the Classes
1898
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ERNEST P. SEELMAN
OSCAR TABOR
Interim report of possible 70th reunion. That inspiring genius of reunions, Assistant Secretary, Dave Orr '57, having reserved headquarters for it, wrote me to that effect. Copies of his letter were sent by me to all who
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News from the Classes
1899
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KENNETH BEAL
Rodney Sanborn, Hawley Chase, and K.Beal were all in the Miami area for some time last winter. First they played hide and seek on the telephone. Rodney had rented a house at 241 N.E. on First Avenue, where his and Margaret's
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News from the Classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Recently Ruth Hodgkins, daughter of "Lem" Hodgkins, had a most enjoyable family reunion in Phoenix with other members of the family. Besides Ruth and her husband there were present on this occasion: the Williams family who live
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News from the Classes
1901
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THOMAS F. MCGOVERN
HARLAND E. CATE
The Office of Alumni Records has received notice of the death of Charles L.Hildreth, of 25 Boston Road, Westford, Mass., February 7, 1968. He was born in Cambridge, Mass., the son of Charles Willis and Lucy Maria (Colburn)
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News from the Classes
1903
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ALBERT E. SMITH
A very nice note from Mrs. Rhoda Howard Mac Duff. You folks all remember her father, "Pip" Howard, who for several years was our Class Secretary before Pray Wadham took over. Mrs. Mac Duff tells of Pip's grandchildren now
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News from the Classes
1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
MATTHEW W. BULLOCK SR.
Good letter from Jim Walker informs us that they have returned from Florida and their present address is 3 Price Road, Peabody, Mass., the town now famous for having been the birthplace of Willie MacKeen. Mrs. Walker's illness
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News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
The regular reunion of the men of 1905 in Florida, planned conditionally for February 21, has apparently been postponed. This was to have been held as usual at Clearwater Beach. Unfortunately Bill Blatner incurred a heart
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
The 1968 Alumni Fund campaign is now under way and 1906 starts off with contributions from seven members. Once again NedFrench is the first contributor as he has been for several years.
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News from the Classes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
The Dartmouth Alumni Fund drive for 1968 is on and your secretary hopes that our participation will be 100 per cent. Bob Kenyon, our head agent, and his assistant Sarah Woodworth would be delighted.
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News from the Classes
1908
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SYDNEY L. RUGGLES
LAURENCE M. SYMMES
ARTHUR LEON LEWIS
1908 is still a pretty rugged class. According to Fred Munkelt's 1966 life expectancy tables we should have 49 classmates living but your editor's list of classmates shows there are 63 surviving and all over 80 years old. In
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News from the Classes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
This year for the first time there were not enough '09ers to have a table at the Boston Alumni dinner on February 8. One '09er was reported present but he did not identify himself.
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News from the Classes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
Three of the younger members (under 80) of our Class have been making news for us. First, there is Thayer Smith who nonchalantly drives across these United States in December and January. His account states. "Have just come
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1911
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
WARREN F. KIMBALL
There is little use in talking about the weather as nearly everyone has been doing. Wherever we were we have had it so let's talk about going to Whitefield where the weather is not important. We always enjoy it there whether it
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
Old age is creeping up on us and the latest casualty is the sale of the Shapleighs' lovely home in Portland for a berth in a second and third floor apartment above the State Street Congregational Church office building, next to
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
WILLIAM B. TERRY
Reunion time will be here before we know it. "Bill" Towler is anxiously waiting for those who have not yet signed up. He reports 75 acceptances to date. Joe Barnett lives on Eagles Nest Drive in Bellaire, Fla. I asked him if he
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
FREDERIC A. DAVIDSON
APRIL SONG
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
April already! How better to start than with a quote from our worthy Class Agent, Duze Lounsberry, who writes: "Our team of Class Agents has been assembled 29 of them, including Ruth Winship Crance and Elvie O'Hara, who are
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
H. BURTON LOWE
Since George Smith was unable to get to the New York dinner on February 1, Dick Psrkhurst and Joe Newmark thoughtfully went down to Greenwich Village the next morning and visited with him. Dick even took along a packet of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1917
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DONALD BROOKS
H. BURTON LOWE
Two '17'ers recently have been confined to hospitals where both underwent similar operations. Norm McCulloch was in a hospital in Providence, R. 1., and Sumner was confined to a hospital in Sarasota, Fla. Norm returned to his
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1918
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THOMAS E. SHIRLEY
THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
GOLDEN ROUND-UP June 14, 15, 16
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1919
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GEORGE W. RAND
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Currently (early March) something is happening in still sunny Florida to keep the temperature at an all time low for 20 years - guess it must be that northwest wind which sure has been blowing cold air into the state. However,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
JOHN S. MAYER
A card from Sherry and Elizabeth Baketel tells of their delightful visit with Pike and Marguerite Emory, first at the interesting Bishop Museum and then at their equally delightful and interesting home in Honolulu. Because of
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1921
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JOHN HUD
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
German composer Richard Wagner is suffering from a serious heart condition, presumably the effect of conducting 16 consecutive performances of the new opera "Parsival." This was front page news Feb. 12, 1883 in The Drovers
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
"These days terrific" says the Old Farmers Almanac for April 19 and 20, the dates of our Little Reunion at the "new" Hanover Inn. And for those of the class family who come to Hanover, April 19 and 20 will indeed be "terrific"
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
LOUIS V. WILCOX
Word of Mox Hubert last appeared in this column in 1949 and in Skiddoo in 1956. I was particularly happy therefore to receive from him the following letter bearing the prestigious C.L.U. of the insurance fraternity:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
DOUGLAS S. CRAIG
The News Letter was dated Feb. 29; I'm writing on March 4 - as Hanover braces for Town Meeting tomorrow night 1 wonder if any recall these New England democracy-in-action (often so called) devices. Believe me, they are some
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
LAURENCE G. LEAVITT
Dick Heydt, president of the First National Bank of Toledo, has been elected president of the Toledo area Chamber of Commerce for 1968. Dick was scheduled to become chairman of the bank's board of directors February 1. He is a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1926
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HENRI P. ESQUERRÉ
ALBERT E.M. LOUER
Readers of these notes will recall WarrenFellingham's great account of his rainy day encounter in a tackle shop on the South Island of New Zealand by photo with a classmate and "some of the nicest trout man ever laid eyes on."
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1927
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ROGER M. BURY
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
Finally, I can further report to you on your class president, Howard J. Mullin. He should now be addressed as Dean Mullin, having joined Northwestern University's school of business administration as Associate Dean for
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
WILLIAM G. MORTON
40TH REUNION — JUNE 17-19
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1929
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DR. EUGENE DAVIS
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Ben Stacey, vice-president of the First National Bank of Boston, was principal speaker at a recent dinner of the Brookline Chamber of Commerce. Ben joined the bank in 1947. He is in charge of the business research department
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
G. WARREN FRENCH
May 3 and 4 are the dates for the executive committee and class meetings at Tobacco Valley Inn on route 91 north of Hartford. The business meeting will start at 3 P.M. on Friday followed by cocktails at 6 and dinner at 1. On
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLIAM B. SWIFT
This month Shep Wolff is guest columnist. He has sent me much of the news which follows.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1932
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JILDO CAPPIO
ALBERT C. BONCUTTER
We'll open this month's column with a nostalgic note from Charley Boak: "Hope we can have Joe Pilver at the 35th. Who has found anything today to equal the fragrance (and effect) of those celestial symposiums which he sponsored?
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1933
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JUDSON T. PIERSON
EDWIN C. KNAPP
This has to be my last big pitch for two important things in the life of '33. First of all Reunion June 17, 18 and 19. All indications point to the fact that we will have a fine attendance. But if you haven't indicated your
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1934
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ERNEST L. BARCELLA
WILLIAM S. EMERSON
Five years of sentry duty at this secretarial outpost have provided a fascinating insight into the changing habits and customs of the old college grad specifically, the Dartmouth 1934 species. The older the old codger gets,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
B. CRAMTON CARRICK
"Tho 'round the girdled earth they roam ..." How prophetic are the words of Richard Hovey, in his stirring "Men of Dartmouth," which we sang so lustily as undergraduates, little realizing how literally we might live these
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
PAUL S. CLEVELAND
When spring gets into the air and April shows its colors, the planning starts for June events. Many of our Class will be heading for Hanover this June for the graduation exercises of the Class of 1968, which includes on its
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FREDERICK ASHER
Any of you people in the Cleveland area who read "The Recorder" are now being treated to medical advice in the form of a small quickly-read and clearly understandable presentation of one medical fact a day combined with a
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News from the Classes
1938
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JOHN H. EMERSON
MARTIN R. KING
Baron von Pechmann's hegira to Italy has to be the "event of the year," judging from all the sources from which I have received the news. The latest is from Robb Kelley in Des Moines, who also reports that "Out here in lowa
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1939
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HENRY CONKLE
JOSEPH H. BATCHELDER JR.
A while back my wonderful wife and I decided to redecorate my office. We compromised on some Dartmouth wallpaper and Dartmouth fabric curtains from 1939's own Brooks Brownfield Co. Paint for the lower half of the walls and the
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1940
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ROBERT W. MACMILLEN
HUGH DRYFOOS
We are indeed fortunate in having DeJones as guest editor this month. De agreed to filling in when it became apparent that my vacation plans conflicted with the MAGAZINE deadline, so while I'll be living it up on the rum-soaked
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
ROBERT G. THOMAS
Dr. Gene Stollerman, chairman of the Department of Medicine, University of Tennessee Medical Units, has been awarded the Bicentennial Medal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University for his outstanding
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1942
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WILLIAM W. PARMER
W. JOHN NAUSS JR.
A grateful father was expressing thanks to '42s for the messages which were sent during his son's courageous fight to live, and the thought expressed is worded so beautifully it ought to be shared: "The messages we have had
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1943
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CHARLES M. DONOVAN
ROBERT E. FIELD
Stalwart Kelly Coffin has bounced back from some recent illness. His job is a perpetual merry-go-round, traveling and entertaining. He's never in Atlanta. But doesn't he turn out a sparkling and stimulating "Clanging Bells"?
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1944
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ROBERT A. MILLER
PHILIP E. PENBERTHY
The Riley boys are at it again. This time another generation. When the "White Plains Plainsmen," Westchester's entry in the Met Junior Hockey Association, found themselves in last place in their pursuit of a playoff berth,
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
CHARLES A. ROWAN JR.
Ted Bennett, Episcopal priest, brings us the latest on his doings ... "responsible for campus ministry for the Episcopal Church. That means half-time traveling all over the country, and last four years overseas, too -
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1946
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
FRANCIS T. ADAMS JR.
An interesting article in the Washington Post brings us up-to-date on the activities of Charlie Duncan who, as many of you know, is corporation counsel for the District of Columbia. Charlie was appointed to this important post
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
RICHARD B. MENIN
To follow the theme of the opening paragraph of the last series of class notes we should comment on an outstanding impression of Hanover in April. However, we must admit that April rings no bell and seems to be remembered as a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
LOUIS N. PERRY JR.
April 1 marks the beginning of this year's Alumni Fund Drive. I hope that each one of you will keep in mind the importance of his contribution to this effort and remember how necessary it is to the life of the College. The
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
ELLIOT M. BARITZ
First and foremost function of this column must by very definition be the dissemination of news pertinent to the class itself. Yet I have occasionally mentioned in brief events which occur in the daily life of the College
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News from the Classes
1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
NORMAN E. MCCULLOCH JR.
Do you need a mortgage loan on an adobe hut in Central Park? Or one on an Indian tepee located under the tree that grows in Brooklyn? Well, the man to see on these loan requests or those on more contemporary properties is
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
HOWARD W. PHILLIPS
By now all of you have received the first mailing on this year's Alumni Fund campaign. Last fall you received a mailing about the College's Third Century Fund with its $51,000,000 goal.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
JOHN C. KLEIN
Hoo-boy! Another month rolls around and here's old C.B. unprepared again. Fortunately, I'm in receipt of Br'er Barto's monthly scribbling. In it, in case you missed it, he reports no report from the big New York pre-reunion
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1953
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DAVID W. FLORENCE
JOHN W. NEWTON
With apologies to Dick Blum for some items that duplicate his newsletter, '53 OUT, I submit the following:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1954
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RICHARD S. DAVIDOFF
ROBERT L. WOODBERRY
Springtime is for singing! The most popular tunes these days are likely to be "April Showers" or "Deep in the Heart of Taxes." For some of us, however, the appropriate song could well be "How to Succeed, etc." Bill White would
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
RANDOLPH J. HAYES
Pete Knoke received a Ph.D. in engineering last year from Syracuse University and is now with General Electric in Phoenix. Bill Nickerson moved up from assistant vice president to v.p. of the Livermore Falls Trust Company in
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1956
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DAVID STACKPOLE
EMERSON B. HOUCK
Em Houck, our head agent in the Alumni Fund Drive, is getting fired up over both the annual campaign and the men of '56 who contribute most to its success. In a recent letter, he said in part:
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1957
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ROBERT W. HOLLAND
H. WILLIAM KRAMER JR.
As you can see from the masthead, the R. W. Hollands have moved to a new spot. Brookside is only about 12 miles from Florham Park but the move may as well have been across the country as you can imagine. As this was written we
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1958
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WILLIAM C. VAN LAW
HERB SWARZMAN
Among the '58's forging ahead in the business world is our class president, Dick Stoddart, who was recently named vicepresident and secretary of Shaker Savings Association in Cleveland. Puffy had been practicing law with a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1959
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RICHARD G. JAEGER
JAMES W. WOOSTER
It's always toughest to find time to write the April column. Something else always seems to get priority when it's Salt Mines season in the Admissions Office.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1960
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RICHARD C. GRIGGS
ROBERT B. BOYE
Ours is certainly a mobile class. I am getting about ten address changes per month. When you notify the College of a change, drop me a line too.
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News from the Classes
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
WILLIAM T. HUTTON
Since there was not exactly a ton of mail from you lunchboxes this month, I have decided to devote the entire column to one of its most popular features, WHO'S WHERE. So let's open the Who's Where Scrapbook to see where those
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News from the Classes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
ROBERT L. VAN DAM
WILLIAM C. PIERCE
It must be Alumni Fund time as the College has once again discovered me. Seriously let's all get behind the drive this year and make Bob Van Dam's task just a bit easier.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1963
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PETER M. STERN
WILLIAM L. RUSSELL 3RD
Bill Russell has once again organized his fine staff of sub-agents to assist him with this year's fund drive. He's covered just about the entire country and you will be hearing from these fellows very soon. I had an opportunity
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1964
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RICHARD W. COUCH JR.
PETER K. THOMSEN
I got an interesting letter the other day from a long lost graduate of the Class of 1964: "Hi, Dick: Just to let you know that I, Nelson O. Carman Jr., whom you haven't heard from since graduation, is presently living with a
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
JOHN T. MCLAUGHLIN
Though I am writing this column in the midst of our first post-thaw snowstorm - an annual event in N. H. - I take great vicarious pleasure in the knowledge that as you unpack your bags in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Nassau, St.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
WILLIAM M. HIGGINS
The news we have comes from the West Coast. On December 23, 1967, Trip Miller, in his second and final year at Stanford Business School married Jeannette Walker, with Wally Buschmann serving as best man! Jeannette, a 1966
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
JAMES B. PAULL
Thousands of 1967 graduates from colleges all over the country had the responsibilities of adulthood thrust upon them last month when the Selective Service System ended all deferments to graduate students outside the medical
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1907's Gift to the College
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The two-masted brig Dartmouth sailed to Hanover on the inspiration of the Class of 1907 which presented this painting of the ship last June to mark its 60th reunion. Designed by the builder of the Constitution, the Dartmouth
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Leslie A. Lummis Jr. '34
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Leslie A. Lummis Jr. '34 stretches the seven-day work week for Americans in Saigon to include hours precious to 48 polio victims at Queen of Peace Orphanage. Like children everywhere, the small Vietnamese couldn't care
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Back to the Track
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Dick Lang '56 will be back on the auto racing circuit after the rare experience of winning a bout with the Internal Revenue Service. His victory is reported in the February issue of "Sports Car" by a quote from the favorable
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CAMPBELL FILMS
CAMPBELL FILMS
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4719181_19680401_000147.xml
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JOHN HOPKINS DENMAN, INC.
JOHN HOPKINS DENMAN, INC.
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4719181_19680401_000148.xml
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WRITE FOR DETAILS OF OUR SELECT CHARTER YACHTS
WRITE FOR DETAILS OF OUR SELECT CHARTER YACHTS
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4719181_19680401_000149.xml
article
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Article
Associated School News
Thayer School
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Russ STEARNS '38
More and more interest and concern are being expressed in the Thayer School, and at Dartmouth in general, about the relationship between social values and technology. The responsibility of the engineer to evaluate the influence
4719181_19680401_000150.xml
article
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Associated School News
Medical School
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
Probably the chief topic of discussion around the School at the present time is the probable initiation of a pilot program for the third and fourth years leading to the M.D. degree in the fall of 1971. The faculty strongly
4719181_19680401_000151.xml
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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808 KIMBALL T'48
Time rolls on, faster than I like to believe. By the time you read this, the Spring Term will be under way, the last remains of snow will be fighting a losing battle to the warming sun, mud and slush will be the order of the
4719181_19680401_000152.xml
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June Reunion Meetings
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Alumni and wives attending reunions scheduled for June 20-22 will have the opportunity to learn firsthand about changes taking place at each of the Associated Schools. These programs are planned so as not to conflict with
4719181_19680401_000153.xml
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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.]
4719181_19680401_000154.xml
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Bonnie Oaks Resort
Bonnie Oaks Resort
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4719181_19680401_000155.xml
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Webster Associates
Webster Associates
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4719181_19680401_000156.xml
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MOTEL ROAD. HANOVER, N.H.
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4719181_19680401_000157.xml
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SCHOOL SERVICE BUREAU
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4719181_19680401_000158.xml
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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4719181_19680401_000159.xml
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Article
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Alumni Club Speakers
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Faculty and administrative officers scheduled to speak to the alumni in April and May include the following:
4719181_19680401_000160.xml
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Discriminating Placement
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4719181_19680401_000161.xml
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Preparatory School Directory
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4719181_19680401_000162.xml
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INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
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4719181_19680401_000163.xml
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CHEFS TABLE RESTAURANT
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4719181_19680401_000164.xml
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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4719181_19680401_000165.xml
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Connecticut Mutual Life the Blue Chip company
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4719181_19680401_000166.xml
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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4719181_19680401_000167.xml