Issue: 19701201

Tuesday, December 1, 1970
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THE EMERGING YOUTH CULTURE
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
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CHANEL
CHANEL
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CHEMICAL BANK
CHEMICAL BANK
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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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4,6,7
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Mecklin Letter
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Seven Dartmouth Congressmen
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Dartmouth went into the November 3 elections with seven alumni in the U. S. House of Representatives and came out with the same number, although there was one new member in the group. Clark MacGregor "44, representing the 3rd
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI COLLEGE,
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI COLLEGE,
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AVIS
AVIS
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MESSIANIC JEWS
MESSIANIC JEWS
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Lyme Inn
Lyme Inn
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
HOGARTH ON HIGH LIFE. THE MARRIAGE A LA MODE SERIES FROM GEORG CHRISTOPH LICHTENBERG'S COMMENTARIES.
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JOHN HURD '21
Translatedand edited by Arthur S. Wensinger '48with W. B. Coley. Middletown: WesleyanUniversity Press, 1970. 150 pp. Withreproductions of Hogarth paintings andengravings and Riepenhausen engravings.$35.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
PRIVATE.
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HENRY B. WILLIAMS
By Frank D. Gilroy '50. NewYork: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.,1970. With 15 illustrations. 151 pp.$5.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
THIS THING CALLED FREEDOM.
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JOHN HURD '21
By R.Craig Price '46. New York: Carlton Press,1970. 67 pp. $2.95.
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9,10,12
Books
Dartmouth Authors
EASTERN EUROPE: POLITICS, REVOLUTION AND DIPLOMACY.
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WILLIAM J. MILLER
Prof.Henry L. Roberts (History). New York:A. A. Knopf, Inc., 1970. 332 pp. $6.95.
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Books
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Briefly Noted
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J.H.
Dartmouth College asks: "How can white men help red men?" Sylvester M. Morey "18 asks the question differently. He has edited Can the Red Man Help the White Man? Published by Gilbert Church, New York, this paperback (116 pp.,
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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Ray Winfield Smith '18 has written "Computer Helps Scholars Re-Create an Egyptian Temple" in the November 1970 issue of National Geographic. The same issue contains text and photographs about Dartmouth as part of the article,
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Baker Library Gets Millionth Book
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At the Bicentennial Meeting of the Dartmouth Trustees at Wyman Tavern in Keene, N. H., on October 22, The Friends of the Dartmouth Library presented the College library with its one-millionth volume.
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Dartmouth Course Guide
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The appearance of the fourth edition of the Dartmouth Course Guide, 1970, the student-published review and evaluation of courses and professors, provoked a predictable spate of letters to The Dartmouth, both approving and
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DARTMOUTH LYRICS
DARTMOUTH LYRICS
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TRESCOTT RIDGE
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
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The Dartmouth College Club
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DARTMOUTH alumni magazine
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CAMBRIDGE BEACHES
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Ramon Guthrie's New Poem
Ramon Guthrie's New Poem
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James M. Reid '24
There is a great man at Dartmouth: Ramon Guthrie, a poet that many Dartmouth alumni may not know about. His new book, Maximum SecurityWard, is being published this month by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. It is a long poem, some 3000
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INVENTORY
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Newsweek
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The College
The College
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Those who thought that the mood of the campus this fall would pick up where it had left off last spring have been surprised by the calm that has generally prevailed. Not even the November elections produced much excitement.
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The College
Corporation Gifts & Bequests
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During the past fiscal year corporations contributed a record $1,297,715 in gifts to Dartmouth, somewhat more than the $1,133,405 received the year before. Both amounts include substantial payments on Third Century Fund
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The College
Land Management Program
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In a major reorganization move involving both the timber management and educational and recreational uses of the Second College Grant, a professional land management firm has been retained to handle the day-to-day timber
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The College
Associate Provost Named
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William B. Durant Jr., Executive Officer for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, has been appointed Associate Provost for Administration. A naval officer for more than 20 years, Mr. Durant was graduated from Harvard in 1939
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The College
Tuck School Overseer
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Gerald G. Garbacz '58 has been appointed to the Board of Overseers of Tuck School and becomes, at 33, the youngest member of the 17-member board. He is director of corporate long-range planning for the Boise Cascade Corp.,
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The College
A Delayed "Matriculation"
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A man who was admitted to Dartmouth in 1950 but was unable to come because he lacked the funds has finally arrived at the College as counselor to undergraduates—and as a special student. He is Charles Simmons, a native of
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The College
N. E. College Conference
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Dartmouth played host to the annual meetings of the Association of Colleges in New England on November 11-12. Fifteen institutions were represented by their presidents, provosts, deans, and financial officers. The latter were
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The College
Trustee Chairmen
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With the realignment of chairmanships at the fall meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees, the standing committees of the Board now have the following chairmen: Executive Committee, Dudley W. Orr '29; Alumni and Public
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A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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The seven Dartmouth men elected to the U. S. House of Representatives in the November 3 election: DAVID T. MARTIN '29 (R), Nebraska; ROBERT MCCLORY '30 (R), Illinois; HERMAN T. SCHNEEBELI '30 (R), Pennsylvania; JOHN S. MONAGAN
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Trustees Reenact 1770 Board Meeting
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ON the 200th anniversary, to the day, of the first meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees, held at the Wyman Tavern, Keene, N. H., on October 22, 1770, the Trustees of the College gathered there again for a meeting that
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The New Youth Culture
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"In and of itself, campus unrest is not a 'problem' and requires no 'solution.' The existence of dissenting opinion and voices is simply a social condition, a fact of modern life..."
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Faculty
Faculty
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WILLIAM R. MEYER
World attention was focused last month on the Green Revolution when the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, an American agronomist working in Mexico, who developed a hybrid form of wheat. It is enabling
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College Forester Retires
College Forester Retires
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Robert Scott Monahan '29, recently retired after 23 years as College Forester, is the compleat out-doorsman. He also is, or has been, a writer, a successful politician and legislator, and an expert in the development and
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The Outward Bound Term
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Robert B. Graham Jr. '40
A rugged outdoor regimen, involving isolation and self-reliance, seeks to fill a void in contemporary education
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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CHRISTOPHER CROSBY '71
Houseparties weekend has come and gone with the usual flood of recent graduates racing back to partake in the communion of undergraduate existence. Dave said, "It's the best time of your life," and I guess he should know.
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DARTMOUTH CLASS REUNION SCHEDULE FOR THE NEXT TWENTY YEARS
DARTMOUTH CLASS REUNION SCHEDULE FOR THE NEXT TWENTY YEARS
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HOW TO READ THE CHART Classes are listed in the left hand vertical column and calendar years are listed in the horizontal line across the top of the chart. Each class will find its numeral listed under the years in which it will
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Bob Blackman spent the final three weeks of the 1970 football season dodging the question, "How good is this Dartmouth team?"
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Big Green Teams
CROSS COUNTRY
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's cross-country team capped a 6-2 dual meet season by taking a strong seventh place in the Heptagonal championship meet and then finished 12th in the IC4A championships.
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SOCCER
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JACK DEGANGE
The soccer season has been a roller coaster ride for Dartmouth's rebuilding booters.
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JAYVEE FOOTBALL
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JACK DEGANGE
It would be inappropriate to pass this football season without a reference to Dartmouth's varsity reserves who wrapped up an undefeated season with a 22-7 win at Yale.
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Big Green Teams
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
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JACK DEGANGE
If Dartmouth's undefeated freshman eleven in 1969 is remembered for its abundance of size, the 1970 team will be recalled for the opposite reason—a general lack of it.
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BASKETBALL PREVIEW
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JACK DEGANGE
For the better part of the past decade, Dartmouth's basketball team has been rated to finish at or near the bottom of the Ivy Leage. Not so this winter as the Indians give every sign of showing marked improvement on the
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HOCKEY
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JACK DEGANGE
A blend of senior experience and sophomore pizzazz could be the ingredients that give Dartmouth's hockey team a definite boost into the upper echelons of the Ivy League standings this winter.
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Big Green Teams
Varsity Schedules
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JACK DEGANGE
BASKETBALL—Dec. 1, Vermont; 3, Stetson; 5, Harvard, away; 29-30, Milwaukee Classic (Marquette, Texas, Wisconsin); Jan. 2, St. Louis, away; 7, Princeton; 9, Pennsylvania (ECAC-TV); 16, Army, away; 19, Harvard; 23, Boston
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Ivy League Champs
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With a 28-0 win over Penn, Dartmouth completed an undefeated season, won the Ivy League football championship again, and strengthened its claim to the Lambert Trophy, symbolic of the East's best team. The shutout was the
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WILLIE BOGAN, Dartmouth's
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WILLIE BOGAN, Dartmouth's senior safety from Albion, Mich., who will spend Christmas Day playing in the Shrine North-South Game in the Orange Bowl, is one of 12 college seniors from across the nation chosen to receive the
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Alumni Clubs
Plainfield
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VICTOR E. D. KING '59
Secretary, 1454 Maplewood Ter. Plainfield, N. J. 07060
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Alumni Clubs
Essex and Morris
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ROLAND A. JACOBUS III
Secretary, 18 Crescent Dr. Convent Station, N. J. 07961
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Alumni Clubs
Guam
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FRANK COUPER '68
While at the Officers' Club one evening a week ago, the Club was formed when FredMoore '67 happened to see me (FrankCouper '68) with my face buried in a Michelob '69. A meeting was promptly convened and much old and new business
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Alumni Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM B. TERRY '13
Secretary, 3838 E. Highland Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. 85018
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Alumni Clubs
Houston
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WILLIAM A.BLUE '61
Secretary, Riviana Foods, Inc., Box 2636 Houston, Tex. 77001
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Club Officers Annual Meeting
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The weather was remarkably mild for November as the Dartmouth Club Officers Association gathered in Hanover to be brought up to date with each other and the College. The 82 officers and 65 wives who attended this 15th annual
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
I believe the readers of this column may be interested in an account of the Atwood home in Chelsea, Vt. Fred Atwood came to Dartmouth as a member of the Class of 1900 from this ancestral home and thereby gained the familiar and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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CHARLES H. DUDLEY
ROBERT C. CLARK
Up-to-date news is scarce, but my son, Charles M., visited with Hermon Farwell, whom he met returning from a three-mile walk. Hermon's health is excellent, his interest in the Class and the College is keen. He commented on the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
Pete Bedell's son Dave wrote me recently that his mother is in the Amherst, Mass., Nursing Home, zip 01002 and is in rather bad condition. I gather that she can not write but might have someone read a note. Some of us still
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
A Boston newspaper recently carried a story under the title of — A Nickel Goes a Long Way—as toll across the generation gap. It is the story of a small boy on a tiny raft being blown toward the middle of the Charles river. An
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
J. FRANKLIN CROCKER
Greetings to all classmates, wives, widows, sons and daughters. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, 1971.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Good things come in small packages, such as your Secretary's mail. Pop Chesley sends two color snapshots, one of Pop and his admiring Scotty. The other is a snap taken at a blow-out given Pop on the occasion of his eighty-ninth
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
It is with sadness that the death on October 22 of Anna Bull, Wilbur's wife for more than fifty years has to be reported. She had been in and out of the Mary Hitchcock Hospital this past summer and fall with coronaries. She had
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
Paraphrasing an historical statement about the college: "It was a small group, but the Tenners who were there loved it." The reference is to the annual reunion of 1910, held this year as a "day-before-Harvard"—a luncheon session
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
In contrast to our Newsletter Editor's railroad journey through the Maine woods and past the mountains in late September in a drizzly rain, Lillian and I were blessed with sunshine as we drove from Portland through Bethel and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
ROBERT O. CONANT
For the first time in years we missed attending the Harvard-Dartmouth game. However the TV was excellent and I saw every play, something that can't be done sometimes from the stands. The results were excellent also, the final
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
EDGAR H. ELKINS
Writing a full month before you see these notes I'm actually half way between the end of our duck season and the unsolved mystery of where were the ducks this year and the about-to-begin deer season and its mystery of why on
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Class Notes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
It is indeed a challenge to write a column several weeks ahead of its publication and come up with news that is timely yet not "old hat."
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1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
JAMES H. COLTON
Ban Coakley wrote "A little close for comfort but we're OK" of the recent firestorms in the coastal hills and canyons north of Los Angeles. His weekly paper's account of their local experience was headlined: "Fire Ravages
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1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
October means football to a lot of us. Butch and Lee Sherman were at their usual launching pad on the banks of the Connecticut before the Princeton game. The Howes, having asked for extra tickets, were relegated to the East
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1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
DONALD L. BARR
The Harvard game weekend found 1918 gathering at Tom Shirley's attractive Brae Burn Golf Club. At the Friday night dinner there were 22 men and women. For the pregame luncheon generously sponsored by Harvey Hood and Ed Ferguson
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1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
F. RAY ADAMS
Our unvergleichlich varsitzende, Nick Sandoe, and his sehr schon, gemutlich hausfrau, Dorothy have up down and around Germany gerunning been, the klient's money away frittering. We received a card from them which shows, besides
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1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
I am sure many classmates will remember with respect and affection Professor Chester Arthur Phillips who taught us "Money and Banking" before he left Dartmouth to become Dean of the School of Commerce at the University of lowa.
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1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
INGHAM C. BAKER
Jim and Dot Smead have returned from Switzerland where they visited daughter Nancy and family. Nancy's husband was assigned to Geneva by the Chrysler Corporation, but has now been re-assigned to London.
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Classmate John Kemeny spoke for all of us when he said, "I think it was the best game I've seen Dartmouth play from beginning to end." And for once in these times a college president heard no dissentious yapping as the
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1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
Thirty-three men attended our class meeting on the Saturday morning of the Princeton game. Altogether there were 56 classmates in town for part or all of the weekend. With associated wives this brought the 1923 contingent to
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1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
Travelers international: Ced Foster gets around and with the "brass" into Greece and Algiers with government welcomes; to Britain and Wales . . . and to Siberia, via Alaska, on the first flight allowed by the USSR. He is
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1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
C. LANE GOSS
In spite of plans made a year ahead your secretary did not make it to the class meeting and social gathering in Hanover on the Princeton game weekend, due to the sudden illness of my wife. Happily this difficulty was over in a
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
Retirement and travel at this time in the lives of 1926 men loom on our horizons as large as the harvest moon. This fall BobWilson has retirement plans from Curtiss Wright Company's Aeronautical Division in Wood Ridge, N. J., where
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1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
BILL NORTH
In retrospect the Fall Reunion still seems to have been a very successful one with a total of 83 members and wives present for part or all of the proceedings. Among the high spots which made the occasion memorable were the
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The annual '2B mid-winter class meeting will be held Wednesday, Jan. 27 at the Dartmouth Club of New York at the Hotel Commodore. This early announcement is made in the hope that many who live at a distance will schedule
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Class Notes
1929
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MORTON C. JAQUITH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
The fall reunion on Oct 10 and 11 was largely attended and most enjoyable. The foliage was brilliant, Saturday's weather delightful, and the Big Green's dedermatization of the Tiger was most skillfully consummated.
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
WALLACE BLAKEY
Football has pre-empted the fall season and we've been fortunate to attend the Princeton, Harvard, and Yale games. Having disposed of the Big Three, there is conviction in the thesis that Ivy League dominance and the Lambert Cup
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
W. C. "SHEP" WOLFF
Yessir, I pulled another boner. DaveLarrabee advises me that, during his recent heart problem, it was his cardiologists who almost gave him up, not his daughters, as I read and wrote it. I must confess that Dave's handwriting is
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Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
JOHN C. PYLES JR.
That was a highly pleasant class Princeton game weekend that Leader Pierpoint set up at the Rutledge Inn on Fairlee's Lake Morey. Those in residence, or in attendance for cocktails and dinner Saturday night, included the Art
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1933
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ERNEST S. DAVIS JR.
GEORGE N. FARRAND
The attendance for the mini reunion on the Princeton weekend was great. Again we enjoyed excellent football, weather, and sociability. Seen at the game were MannieSprague, Cliff Johnson, Gobin and JuliaStair, and George and Bay
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1934
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STANLEY H. SILVERMAN
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
For openers in this month of auld lang syne and a' that, here's a report from '34's Original Man Who, Bill Scherman, on the gathering of the clan in Hanover (N. H.) on October 9-10:
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1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
C. HALL COLTON
We seem to be approaching an age where our hobbies make more fascinating reading than our careers! I say this not to demean our business achievements, but rather to highlight a dimension of our lives classmates rarely discuss—at
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1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
October 10 turned out to be the height of the autumn color in Hanover and a triumphant day for the Big Green on the gridiron. Early morning fog gave way to sunshine and high temperatures. It was shirtsleeve weather and over
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
Around our way we could label October as Dartmouth Month. With the class meeting in Hanover plus the D/H and D/Y games we have only one weekend free for house chores.
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1938
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FREDERIC A. BECKER
AUGUSTUS R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
For those of us who managed to be in Hanover for the weekend of October 10 it was a memorable homecoming. After spending Friday night at a ski lodge in Killington Basin and groping my way to the valley though a dense fog I
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
SAMUEL THURM
Winter closes in, and except for the Pros, the weekend football festivals are a matter of history. For the class, we can only assume that newsletter editor Walt Darby has documented our comings and goings. Because the Princeton
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1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
DONALD G. RAINIE
This is coming out of my trusty typewriter mid-week between the Harvard and Yale games and by the time you read it the entire football season will be history! At this writing we're fantastic and I hope we've ended the season the
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1941
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EARL H. COTTON
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
Another month has rolled around, all too fast. As this is being written the Big Green eleven has just cleared its highest hurdle, blanking Yale, 10 to 0. Hopefully, by the time this reaches you we will have recorded one of the
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1942
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WILLIAM W. PARMER
JOHN R. BURNS
It is hard to believe that fall has waned, the football season is dying, and that the wonderful and joyful Christmas season is upon us.
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1943
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ROBERT R. GRAY
CALVIN J. OSBERG
The Princeton game provoked nearly as large a turnout as the Informal Reunion the following week. The weather was spring-like and the foliage superb. Making the trek for the Princeton weekend were Andy and Clare Gaffrey, Bud
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
My editor gave me a deadline reprieve so that I could include the results of some of the political campaigns around the country. I cheered all night in front of the Tube, but alas, our man in Congress, Clark MacGregor lost out
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Class Notes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
PAUL J. CARAVATT JR.
The fall football weekend of October 16-17 saw a good group gathered in Hanover. As in previous years, the Class took over the Shady Lawn Motel in White River, complete with catered continental breakfasts on Saturday and
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1946
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
DONALD E. FURBER
The first of a series of informal class reunions, ably planned and executed by Dave Weld and his ambitious reunion committee, was held in Hanover on October 10 before the Princeton game. As usual, our generous and congenial
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Class Notes
1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
RICHARD HOLLERITH
We delayed the forwarding of this column to Hanover one day beyond the official deadline in the hopes that we would have much news about classmates seen at the Yale-Dartmouth game on Saturday, October 31. The decision was a wise
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Class Notes
1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
PETER B. FOSTER
A very successful meeting of the class executive committee was held in Hanover on October 17. I do not have all of the details yet, but I can report that again we were assigned the "Bird Room" in Wilson Museum! Results of the
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Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
CARLL K. TRACY
Dave "The Spook" Vanderhoof telephoned the other night to discuss the Big Green offense and its stellar defense and I got an inkling that perhaps many of you were with us in spirit if not in skin at our fall 1949 get-together.
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
ERIC T. MILLER
The weekend of the Princeton game surpassed its advertising. A few measures of heavy fog were added to invoke memories of misty mornings. After Princeton was shut out for the first time in years by any team, the predicted
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Class Notes
1951
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Secretary, RUSSELL C. DILKS
MERLE L. THORPE
This month's column is being written the afternoon after New Haven. The arising from a combination of "O" for Yale and seeing so many classmates and other Dartmouth friends, remains with me.
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1952
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E. J. TEEVENS 2ND
ROY T. ABBOTT JR.
The "Green Machine" has elated all of those connected with the College because of their excellent record at this time of the season. Although I have seen only one game (Harvard), I can honestly say that this is one of the
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1953
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ROBERT A. MALIN
DAVID M. BURNER JR.
Fred Fedeli has been elected vice president of financial operations for State Mutual of America in Worcester, Mass. He joined State Mutual in 1957 and was made vice president in the investment division in 1968. Fred and his
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Class Notes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
RICHARD D. BARKER
This is the Christmas issue, and, though I had asked for something in the way of news from you to fill my stocking (and subse- quently this column) I have to report that it looks like another bleak winter in store. I am sure you
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1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
A meningitis vaccine which Dr. DickRoberts helped develop has proved highly effective in preventing the type of meningitis most prevalent in Army camps. Now Dick is pursuing other meningitis bacteria still proving troublesome among
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1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
ABNER OAKES 3RD
Season's Greetings.
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Class Notes
1957
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ROBERT W. HOLLAND
ERIC Y. EICHLER
On October 22, 1770 the first meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees was held m Keene, N. H. Two hundred years to the day, the class executive committee gathered at the Dartmouth Club in New York City. Messrs. John Blades,
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Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
The big news here is that the Yusen's entry for the class of 1992 arrived on October 18 in the person of Jonathan Mark. At 7 lbs. 12 oz. and three and a half weeks early we feel we may be able to contribute a little hefty talent
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1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
Treasurer Bill Duggan's annual request for money provides a non-financial benefit for me, as many of you take the opportunity to send along news of your activities with the dues. So I'd like to put in a plug for Bill and ask
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1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
THOMAS J. BROCK
The new Executive Committee held its first meeting on the evening of October 9 in Granby, Mass. Granby happens to be the home of Tom and Dorla Brock, who were gracious enough to host the meeting and to provide dinner and spirits
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1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
GEORGE H. DENNISTON JR.
This month has been one in which I have gone through some intense and stunning personal changes. The column was not in my thoughts and I'm writing this way behind schedule. I'm therefore going to cop out and not give you much by
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID A. SCHAEFER
DENIS A. EAGLE
Dear St. Nick, How are you? I am fine. Just a quick note before you start on your merry way. Several of the classmates (all non-pouters) deserve special consideration this year. So please "sock" it to 'em as follows:
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1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
WILLIAM BARNET III
Daniel S. Connelly dropped me a nice note a while back to bring the class up-to-date on his activities. Dan reported. that he and his wife, Dottie, were living in a small Oxfordshire village about 15 miles from Oxford, England.
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1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
ROGER H. RINES
Having just listened to the radio broadcast of the Dartmouth-Yale game, more enthusiasm than usual is likely to dribble from my pen in this edition. Blackman, Chasey, Short, Bowden, and company certainly have been exciting and
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1966
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LARRY GEIGER
S. MICHAEL NADEL
Bruce Kokernot is doing his own thing—under the shadow of the Blue Mosque in the* Sultanahmet district of Istanbul, about as far from Tanzi's as a guy can get.
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1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
JOHN F. CURLEY JR.
After spending a year in Hanover finishing up, Bob Dryfoos has returned to the world of business as an IBM computer programmer.
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1968
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ERIC A. JONES
JONATHAN R. PAGE
November may be a month to remember in Dartmouth history. In it, the frost finally came to Hanover to alight on pumpkins no longer there; the Big Green Machine quite finely trounced Houseparties' rival, Columbia, by an equally
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1969
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G. ALAN FRAKER
C. DAVID COOK
Part of my Dartmouth liberal arts background included one course in basic mathematics. I find I can suitably apply one of this course's principles to our column: The whole equals the sum of its parts. You guys have been fairly
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1970
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PETER S. LINTON
MARTIN L. KILLGALLON 2ND
Rumors of censorship and repression to the contrary, last month's column really just evaporated ... which encouraged a number of attempts to elope behind your secretary's back. How can I issue a Crosby Hall Mandate for success
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At the annual fall meeting of
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At the annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Club Officers Association in Hanover on November 6, Eliot SwiftLawrence '55 of the Rhode Island Association was honored as Dartmouth Club President of the Year. He received a framed
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Top Club Secretary
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H. Flint Ranney '56, secretary of the Dartmouth Club of Southern California, was honored as Club Secretary of the Year at the annual fall meeting of the Dartmouth Club Officers Association in Hanover on November 6. Mr. Ranney
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Heads Fund Study
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Many communities are experiencing a widening gap between the needs of health and welfare agencies and the money that is coming in to support them. As the yearly appeals increase in number and goals, so does the
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
We don't think it's unusual for a business school to take note of a good administrator and therefore, having just witnessed the great Dartmouth victory over Yale, let us send congratulations to Coach Bob Blackman for a superb
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HARRY W. SAVAGE M'27
Before you receive this, the first term for the new M.D. candidates will be over and they will already feel well on the way towards their goal. Meanwhile, it is most interesting to note that more applications for the 1971
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Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
The Boston meeting of the Dartmouth Society of Engineers was held at the Engineers Club, Prudential Center, Wednesday evening, October 28. Twenty-four alumni and faculty were in attendance, exceeding by one, I am told, the
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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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