Issue: 19710601

Tuesday, June 1, 1971
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June
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
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Signs of Springs on Campus
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
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CHANEL
CHANEL
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Come home to the hills
Come home to the hills
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Article
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Coeducation (Cont.)
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SPACEMAKERS. INC.
SPACEMAKERS. INC.
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6,7
Article
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To the 32,783 alumni I didn't see this Spring
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Robinson Bosworth, Jr. '37
President Kemeny is leading Dartmouth into the third century with great dedication, skill and imagination. We alumni can do our part by providing the unrestricted resources which will enable the President and the College to sustain and develop the programs and facilities for this new era. In this final month of the Alumni Fund Campaign I ask those who have not yet given to contribute as generously as possible now. I also ask the many who have given to consider the possibility of an "extra" gift in June so that we may be assured of achieving the full $2.5-million goal by June 30th.
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
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THE SPALDING FAMILY
THE SPALDING FAMILY
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FAMILY VACATIONS
FAMILY VACATIONS
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Hanover, New Hampshire
Hanover, New Hampshire
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Webster Associates
Webster Associates
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CAMP PINNACLE
CAMP PINNACLE
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
OCEANS, POLES, AND AIRMEN.
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DESMOND E. CANAVAN
ByRichard Montague '23. New York: Random House, 1971. 307 pp. Illustrated.$6.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
COMBO: USA. EIGHT LIVES IN JAZZ.
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CHARLES E. BREED '51
By Rudi Blesh '21. Philadelphia: ChiltonBook Company, 1971. 240 pp. 16 Illustrations. $6.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWN NAMES AND WHENCE THEY CAME.
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ROBERT S. MONAHAN '29
By ElmerMunson Hunt '95. Peterborough (N.H.): Noone House, 1970. 282 pages, 6 maps$5.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
WEIRD AND TRAGIC SHORES: THE STORY OF CHARLES FRANCIS HALL, EXPLORER.
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KENNETH PAUL '69
By Chauncey C. Loomis(Associate Professor of English). NewYork: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971. 367 pp.$8.95.
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Books
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Further Mention
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JOHN HURD 21
When a successful businessman, President of the FSP International Corporation, becomes President of NAPAN (National Association for the Prevention of Addiction to Narcotics), a private, voluntary non-profit organization devoted
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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Mark F. Emerson '25 of the Friends Central School, Philadelphia, has contributed "Macrohistory" to the March number of Social Education.
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STEVENSON NORTHLAND
STEVENSON NORTHLAND
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FAIRLEE, VERMONT
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THE LEAGUE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN
THE LEAGUE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN
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The Hanover Agency
The Hanover Agency
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News about a new Hilton International hotel from Bob Jabara '45 and Ron Jabara '54: The Madeira Hilton.
News about a new Hilton International hotel from Bob Jabara '45 and Ron Jabara '54: The Madeira Hilton.
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI – STOP!
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI – STOP!
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Teaching at a Communist University
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NOEL PERRIN
PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
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Crawford House, Crawford Notch, N. H.
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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The College
The College
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At Dartmouth's 201st Commencement on Sunday morning, June 13, the bachelor's degree will be conferred on approximately 720 seniors. Some 220 graduate students also will receive degrees from President Kemeny, officiating at
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Article
The College
Orvil Dryfoos Conference
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The Dartmouth community spent the weekend of May 13-15 examining world cultures in conflict during the seventh Dryfoos Conference on Public and International Affairs. The conference was established in 1964 in memory of the
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The College
Indian Medical Program
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The Dartmouth Medical School has initiated a program to recruit Indian Americans for the study of medicine with the long-term goal of helping to improve medical care on Indian reservations.
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The College
Tucker Foundation Dean
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Richard K. Fox has been named Assistant Dean for Development for the Tucker Foundation where he has been executive officer since July 1970. He will be responsible for the development of financial resources to fund the many
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The College
Senior Fellows
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Thirteen juniors have been awarded Senior Fellowships for advanced independent study next year, based primarily on their academic achievement and the merit of the projects submitted to the Committee on Senior Fellowships. The
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The College
Investment Pool
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With the creation of a corporation called The Common Fund for Non-profit Organizations, a number of colleges and universities, including Dartmouth, have joined together with Ford Foundation backing to pool endowment
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Fund Push Needed
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As the 1971 Alumni Fund Campaign headed into its final month, the late May totals showed that $1,150,000 had been contributed by just over 11,000 donors. This put the current drive some $180,000 and 1,000 donors ahead of
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Article
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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PRESIDENT JOHN G. KEMENY '22a, recipient of the George Washington Award from the American Hungarian Studies Foundation.
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What Price Clean Air?
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Robert B. Graham '40
Dean Ragone of Thayer School, adviser to the federal government on fuels and engines, discusses the prospects for reducing automobile pollution.
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24,25,26
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Man and His Environment
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ALVIN O. CONVERSE
PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING
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The Marxist View of Overpopulation
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Charles W. Collier '71
Today's ecologists focus on overpopulation as the key to understanding the environmental crisis. In the voluminous literature on the subject, much is being written from a neo-Malthusian point of view, but almost
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RETIRING FACULTY
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B.B.
In June, retirements will take from Biological Sciences three professors whose total Dartmouth service adds up to 116 years. One of them is NORMAN K. ARNOLD, A.M. '42, who joined the Zoology Department as an instructor in 1932.
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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JOHN H. MARSHALL '71
I suppose that it is typical of all graduating classes to imagine themselves to be somehow different from every other class that has come before them. Nevertheless, one has the feeling this spring that such an adage will
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Article
The Class Officers Weekend
The Class Officers Weekend
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Gathering in Hanover shortly after the Dartmouth Trustees had voted to consider the establishment of an associated school for women, 249 class officers found coeducation crowding out some of the more usual topics that had
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Article
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1921 Class of the Year
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In the presence of the class officers gathered in Hanover last month, the Class of 1921 was named Dartmouth Class of the Year. This annual award, symbolized by a gavel with an engraved plate, is made "in recognition of an
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Article
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Alumni Award
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EDWIN BRADFORD PEASE '25
At the luncheon meeting of class officers in Hanover on May 1, Edwin B. Pease '25 of Winthrop, Mass., was honored with the Dartmouth Alumni Award, conferred by the Dartmouth Alumni Council as its highest tribute to
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Article
Faculty
Faculty
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WILLIAM R. MEYER
Howard L. Erdman, Associate Professor of Government, has been awarded a Fulbright grant for political science research in India during the 1971-72 academic year. He will conduct research on the political attitudes and
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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JACK DEGANGE
Last year about this time, Tony Lupien had a baseball team that had pitchers, hitters and fielders. The men in Dartmouth's pinstripes won 24 games and played in the NCAA World Series. This spring the pitchers were still
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Big Green Teams
CREW
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JACK DEGANGE
As in baseball this spring, Dartmouth's heavyweight crew is laden with seniors. There are six in Coach Pete Gardner's varsity boat and with the Intercollegiates the only remaining challenge, this group has the distinction of
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Big Green Teams
TENNIS
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JACK DEGANGE
The name of the game for Dartmouth's tennis team this spring is doubles, doubles, doubles.
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Big Green Teams
GOLF
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JACK DEGANGE
What a difference a week makes. Especially in golf. "It seemed like our season had barely begun, with no thanks to the weather, and suddenly we were headed for the Easterns, said Coach Bill Johnson.
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Big Green Teams
TRACK
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JACK DEGANGE
"Consistency is Bill Dinneen's biggest advantage," said Carl Wallin, the hulking coach of Dartmouth's weightmen. Dinneen, the 260-pound hammer thrower from Washington, D. C., is on the brink of his first 200-foot throw. The
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Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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JACK DEGANGE
A seven-goal outburst in the third period, the most goals scored in a single period by a Dartmouth lacrosse team in more than five seasons, triggered a 12-4 win over New Hampshire and capped a 4-10 season for Coach Dudley
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GREEN JOTTINGS
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JACK DEGANGE
The winners of Dartmouth's three major awards for achievement in athletics this year include: Jim Chasey from Los Gatos, Calif., the All-East and All-Ivy quarterback, who was presented the Kenneth Archibald Athletic Prize as
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Article
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A Wizard Called Oz
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J.D.
There's a wizard called Oz on Dartmouth's baseball team.
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Class Notes
Alumni Clubs
Bergen County
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WILLIAM H. TERRY '51
Secretary, 8 Elliot Road, Harrington Park, N. J. 07640
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Alumni Clubs
Denver
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DONALD W. JONES '43
Secretary, 5839 S. Logan Ct., Littleton, Colo. 80121
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Alumni Clubs
Central Florida
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KENNETH H. THOMAS '21
Secretary, 1075 Druid Dr. Maitland, Fla. 32751
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Alumni Clubs
Tri-County, New Jersey
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VICTOR R. KING '31
Secretary, 111 East Front St., Plainfield, N. J. 07060
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Alumni Clubs
Ann Arbor
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FREDERICK W. OCHS JR. '69
Secretary, 1000 West Huron, Apt. 4-B Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103
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Alumni Clubs
New Mexico
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RICHARD B. PAUL '41
Secretary, 4028 Comanche Rd., N.E. Albuquerque, N. M. 87110
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Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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EDWARD D. WALDRON 4th '57
Secretary, 10017 Lake Ave., Cleveland, O. 44102
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Alumni Clubs
Northern California
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CARLTON J. WARD '32
Secretary, 6 Yale Circle, Berkeley, Calif. 94708
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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
Essex and Morris
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ROLAND A. JACOBUS III '58
Secretary, 18 Crescent Dr. Convent Station, N. J. 07961
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Alumni Clubs
Eastern New York
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R.J.T. LONGABAUGH '53
Secretary, 487 Haskell Place, Delmar, N. Y. 12054
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Alumni Clubs
Boston
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CHARLES A. MORRISON '54
Secretary, 294 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 02108
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Alumni Clubs
Springfield
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R. NELSON JONES '55
Secretary,
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Alumni Clubs
Post 50-Year Reunion
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Alumni of classes more than 50 years out are invited to the Annual Post 50-Year Reunion to be held during the regular mid-week reunion period, Monday-Wednesday, June 14-16.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
It was a pleasant surprise to have recently received a visit from Elizabeth, "Brock" Gilson's daughter and her husband Elmer Emery, from Woodstock, Vt. In the course of our conversation it was brought out that Woodstock had set
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Class Notes
1902
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CHARLES H. DUDLEY
HERMON W. FARWELL
A letter from Everett Goodhue, 1900 Secretary, enclosing one from Mrs. Redington tells of the misfortune of Cyril Smith. It was in January or February that he was robbed, beaten and left without clothes on the streets of
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Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
Bob and Edna Falconer on April 26 reported their six-month check-up gives them both a clean bill of health. They hope to take a trip north in August and will spend a night in Hanover. Bob is making a gift to Dartmouth in his
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Class Notes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
Unless more members and widows send in their gift to the 1971 Alumni Fund before our 65th Reunion 1906 will not make much of a showing. However I am glad to report that three members have doubled their last year's gift and the
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Class Notes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
Arthur Howland Leavitt of 3903 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, Va. 22030 is on a trip to Vicenza, Italy, to visit his grandson and family. Then he will go to Venice, Verona, and Rome after which he will fly to London to spend the
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
Of all the signs of spring, none is more certain than the return of John and Jennie Hinman from Florida, reporting a pleasant vacation and excellent weather. With characteristic energy, John is working on the Alumni Fund. That
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGKTON
Russell Arthur Pettengill died at his home, 1 Old Mill Road, New Hope, Pa., on March 19, 1971. He designed the size of the paper money in use now by the Federal Government. Stanley Gates died at his home 19 Summit Court, St.
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Class Notes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
ARTHUR H. LORD
That unanswered and disturbing question: "Will Dartmouth go coed?" seems similar to the one in the minds of political candidates. Different polls produce different results or forecasts. As Tenners, with our eyes mostly on the
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Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
Sun City, Ariz., is a fantastic development with its six complete recreation centers, each containing every conceivable facility for enabling the retired person to keep occupied with both sports and creative possibilities.
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Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
WILLIAM B. TERRY
No spring in New England as yet and it's the first of May. Looks like jumping from winter into summer this year.
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Class Notes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
These June notes are written in May with a tip of the hat to summer, and a have-a-good-one to all of you as these news columns go on sabbatical until fall.
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Class Notes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
So—here we go into June! And I'd hate to admit how many smokes it took to produce this essay!
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Class Notes
1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
H. BURTON LOWE
The engagement and late May wedding in Copenhagen, of Miss Inge-Lise Nielsen and Everett Humphreys Parker Jr. of Mountain View, Calif., has been announced by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Director Knud Eric Nielsen of
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J. READE
In winding up the news of winter and spring, we report items from the Massachusetts area. An infrequent writer but loyal supporter, Bob Paine of Weston, states that he is still 100% in business. He sells combination windows and
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1918
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THOMAS B.R. BRYANT
GEORGE R.S. VON KAPFF
The Homer Bennetts were in Arizona this winter and found the climate so helpful for Elizabeth they bought a house in Green Valley, the retirement community developed by Dartmouth men.
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Class Notes
1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
FREDERICK M. DALEY
No sooner had our notes for May set off for Hanover than Bob and Anne Lewis dropped in for a pleasant evening. They had been wending their way south leisurely. The next day they settled into an apartment in Winter Haven for a
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN S. MAYER
Our May notes ended with a note about artist Henry Dearborn who has been concealing his accomplishments these many years. It is fitting to begin our June notes with an artist whose accomplishments go back many years—Paul Sample.
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Class Notes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
The Fifty Year Book Committee reports that the final mailing of section four should be in the Hanover Postoffice by May 20: and, going forward by first class mail should reach most of the Class before the end of that month.
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
General Walter I. Miller, to the good fortune of '22, has accepted the task of Reunion Chairman for our Fiftieth in June 1972. Competent, experienced, congenial Ike will give this great convocation the leadership it deserves. It
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CLARENCE E. GOSS
As we reported in the May issue LouWilcox was operated upon on March 26. Although he is still very ill he is now at the Hanover Convalescent Center on the Lyme Road, Hanover, N. H. 03755. A card from you would be greatly appreciated
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Class Notes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
There are two major items to report this time, and I'll take them in chronological order. (1) Our Frank Harrington has had to slow down, on doctor's orders, and one step was to resign as one of our two trustees. (In case some
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
Our chairman Charlie Moore and his wife Addie have a fine home in Orleans, Mass., on Cape Cod. During the winter they had the misfortune to have a fire one night but smelled the smoke soon enough so that the fire did not get a
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E.M. LOUER
Local news media in Virginia, Vermont, and New Hampshire pictorially portrayed 1926 men in action: In Charlottesville—Rollie Eaton taking office as president of the Thomas Jefferson Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution; in
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Class Notes
1927
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William G. North
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
Just after the last notes went to press came a good letter from Sam Wormser reporting that the New York dinner on 24 March provided a fine evening with 850 men and women in attendance. "President Kemeny was fascinating as he
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
LEWIS R. BEERS
The New York Savings Bank Association is to be congratulated for electing such a competent leader as Bill Morton as its president. The Syracuse newspapers have referred to him as the "silver-haired, quick and bouncy banker; his
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Class Notes
1929
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MORTON C. JAQUITH
EDWIN c. CHINLUND
May is one-third sped as I start to write these notes for the June issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Ordinarily due the second of the month, a dispensation was handed down extending that date by the editor, Charley Widmayer, at the
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
Travel continues to be one of the principal avocations of 1930 classmates. Some of it is of a pre-retirement business nature such as Billie and Fran Horn's six-week 'round-the-world trip. This included a two-week U. S. State
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Class Notes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
JOHN COGSWELL
Time rushes on and there is so much to be said on so many subjects that I feel I need four times the space I have available for these notes. Firstly, the Alumni Fund is proving to be a very exciting campaign as we bend every
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Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR
ROBERT E. ACKERBERG JR
Flash! Paul Fox has answered the call to be our 40th reunion chairman—the event just a year away. Start to begin to get ready!
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Class Notes
1933
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ERNEST S. DAVIS JR
WESLEY H. BEATTIE
Your class officers have just enjoyed a three-day visit in Hanover together with several hundred similar officers. Those present were Sid Stoneman, Jan and Wes Beattie, Polly and Goerge Farrand, Jud Pierson, and Bea and I. Also
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Class Notes
1934
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STANLEY H. SILVERMAN
FRANK C. HEATH
He who was last-mentioned in May shall be first-mentioned this joyous June, seeing as how Perry Woodbury was named to represent the College at the inauguration on May 8 of Charles John Merdlinger as President of Washington
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
GEORGE PRICE
The issue of coeducation was a hot potato at Class Officers Weekend. I started it with a resolution, observing that a significant number of alumni seemed strongly opposed, and that this has the potential of a harmful, financial
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Class Notes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
PAUL S. CLEVELAND
If your suitcase isn't packed and your mother-in-law lined up to babysit from June 14 through 17, you might not make the tremendous 35th Reunion in Hanover. But it isn't too late. You are welcome right up through the
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
CHARLES H. BASSETT
"By the time this gets to Phoenix" we're sure all plans for those attending our 35th will have been completed. For the "Ayes" we'll see you in a few days. For the "Nayes" we will miss you—but wait! If you are close enough to the
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Class Notes
1938
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FREDERIC A. BECKER
ROBERT P. HALLOCK JR
This column is a report on that greatest of all "The Rites of Spring," the annual return to Hanover for Class Officers weekend.
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
HARVEY L. ROHDE
This writing finds us just returned from the Class Officer's weekend in Hanover. There was business as usual and some that was unusual. Following an address by President Kemeny, he offered to field some questions from the
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Class Notes
1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
ARTHUR w. OSTRANDER
As we head into summertime it's time to put away the skis and make use of the golf clubs, tennis racquets, and swimming gear. It's time for us all to take that vacation we've been promising ourselves for altogether too long. As
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Class Notes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
ROBERT o. THOMAS
After a long hard New Hampshire winter, it's beginning to look like we might have a little spring by Memorial Day. Here it is, the first of May and most of the snow is gone, the trees are beginning to bud, and we're six weeks
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Class Notes
1942
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WILLIAM W. PARMER
w. JOHN NAUSS JR
The new president of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Greater Boston has made a donation to a student loan fund at the college in hopes that "it might establish a precedent for those who follow each year" in the office. Ira
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT R. GRAY
EDWARD W. LIDER
Charlie Donovan, Cal Osberg, EdLider and your secretary attended the class officer's meeting at Hanover on the weekend of April 30-May 1. Without a doubt the number 1 topic of discussion was the question of coeducation. In summary,
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
WILLIAM B. HALE 2nd
It's the first of May as we write this and it will be June by the time you read it. That means the last set of notes until new October, and so I'll start right oft wishing you all a splendid summer. Have fun wherever you are or
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Class Notes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR
ALEXANDER UNGAR
A recent issue of "Newsweek" featured John Truxal's new course in science education entitled "The Man-Made World." John, academic vice-president of Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Dr. Edward E. David, science adviser to
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Class Notes
1946
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
JAMES E. O'NEILL
During the past year, the Class of 1946 represented the College at the following academic ceremonies: Tom Cochran at the inauguration of Dolphus Witten Jr. as president of Oklahoma City University, September 21 in Oklahoma City;
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Class Notes
1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
Having the honor of representing Dartmouth at the inauguration of Dr. John X. Jamrich as President of Northern Michigan University at Marquette, Mich. was George W. Rusch. Michael R. Pender was the representative of the College
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Class Notes
1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
LOUIS N. PERRY JR
Having recently returned from a vacation in the Caribbean it seems difficult to get back into a routine—even one as relatively painless as the class notes. On the other hand, this is the last column before the "summer vacation"
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Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
A. CLARKE CHURCH
Muito bom, which in Portugese means very good, expresses in two words our prespring sojourn which I mentioned in my last column. For those of you planning a vacation and looking for something different I cannot recommend more
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
ROBERT D. KILMARX
Returning to the Hanover Plain in early spring is refreshing. The season's change this year, however, is late. The remains of record snows throughout northern New England linger in not-so-hidden nooks and crannies. A five-foot
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD G. SUTTON
Hanover, N. H., May 1 (Earth Day)-It's cloudy, a bit raw, and drizzling off and on. A pile of now dirty snow three feet high still sits in the shaded driveway a! Charlie Breed's, where several class in Hanover for Class Officer
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Class Notes
1952
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E.J. TEEVENS 2ND
EDWARD J. FINERTY JR
Women, Women—Women you can't live without them and you can't live with them—However, the School Officials think that undergraduate bliss is a possibility?? Can you imagine some guy holding his pressure through a boring lecture
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Class Notes
1953
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ROBERT A. MALIN
FREDERICK M. STEPHENS JR
If you've got to get sick, it's good to know there are '53's around to assist. JohnSpringer, associate administrator of the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, was recently named president-elect of the New England Hospital
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Class Notes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
DAVID B. METZ
This, if you can believe it, is the final issue for the season and it has been a struggle getting you clowns to send in stuff to write about. I'm beginning to think that maybe I should change my soap, but if next year is
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Class Notes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
RANDOLPH J. HAYES
Air Force Major Jim Waldman led the way down in what he describes as "the first military airdrop of any size attempted on the Arctic pack ice." It took place in early March, when "it was rather cool—minus 38 and about 15 miles
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
With this column my class secretary job does a fold for the summer, and I'd like to close year one by saying how enjoyable it has been. Good to hear from so many of you and to have had such thoughtful letters to share. Let's do
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Class Notes
1957
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ROBERT W. HOLLAND
CLARENCE D. KERR 3RD
Did you miss the reunion? If so, all is not lost! Over the long Fourth of July holiday (July 2-5), a golf and tennis weekend in Hanover. The plan includes lodging and dinners at the Hanover Inn on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
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Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
ROBERT J. ELEVELD
I have just returned from Class Officers Weekend where Bob Eleveld and I represented the class. As always it was a very enjoyable weekend providing a good opportunity to see what the College is doing. I must admit that I get a
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Class Notes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
RICHARD N. HOEHN
Partly cloudy and cool weather could not dampen the spirit of Class Officer's Weekend held April 30 - May 1. Cle andButch Priest, Janice and Chris Cundey,Kate and Bill Duggan, Dick Hoehn, Joan and I converged on Hanover to enjoy a
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Class Notes
1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
Richard C. Harrison 3rd
Donald A. Sheffield
This should be the last column before the summer hiatus, and it provides the perfect opportunity to clean up my files of unreported news clippings. At the end of this week several members of the Executive Committee will be
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Class Notes
1961
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DAVID H. BLARE
JOHN F. RENO
John T. Wooster Jr
This month, by the time you receive the MAGAZINE, a goodly number of our classmates will be enjoying each other and the College at reunion. For those of you who could not make it, perhaps you can attend the next one. I would put
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
ROBERT L. VAN DAM
WILLIAM C. PIERCE
This makes the last column for the school year and allows a three-month break before picking up the pen again.
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID A. SCHAEFER
William L. Russell 3rd
ALAN V. DAVIES
Report Card Time. Once again another school year has come and gone. And parents everywhere are receiving enlightening epistles from deans and professors about their boys away at college. Like the following:
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Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
ROGER S. AARON
Bill Barnet, '64 Treasurer, recently turned over $500 of '64 class dues money to Dean Dey to be used in support of Dartmouth's Jersey City Project. The entire class takes great pride in being able to contribute to this
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Class Notes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
JOHN F. RICHARDSON
This column is an easy one to start, for the most significant event in our class' brief alumni history has recently taken place. At their April meetings the Dartmouth Board of Trustees elected Dave Weber a charter trustee for a
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
WILLIAM M. HIGGINS
When is a Big Greener not a Big Greener? Maybe when he's a coed.
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Class Notes
1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
LT. (J.G.) JAMES B. PAULL
John, Kristin, and eight-month-old Andrew Kronenberg have moved to Milwaukee, Wis., where John is a management trainee with the First Wisconsin National bank.
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Class Notes
1968
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ERIC A. JONES
EUGENE F. RYZEWICZ JR
With pencil poised and wit abounding I assemble the following collage of cacaphonous liches for your edification and amusement. But first, a word from your local Alumni Fund representative: "Friends, are you tired of breathing
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Class Notes
1969
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G. ALAN FRAKER
ARTHUR P. SCHNEIDER, JR
Dartmouth's assistant to the Director of Admissions, Rick Wallick, will marry Jean M. Cummings this month. Jean is finishing up her Master's at UMass and the Wallicks will live in Hanover. Dave Cook's new bride is the former
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Class Notes
1970
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PETER S. LINTON
KEVIN M. CUNNINGHAM
The few newsclips which have come to my attention since last month should no! suffer the indignation of bearing the burden of the column by themselves. That leaves nothing for me to do but harangue you once again, but in good
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Pop Chesley's Special Jubilee
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The Stanley Theatre in Utica, N. Y., had a big night on Tuesday, May 18. It was the scene of the Roland E. Chesley Jubilee honoring "Pop" Chesley 'OB, who founded the city's Great Artist Series in 1933 and has managed it for the
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Class Secretary of the Year
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The honor of Class Secretary of the Year was conferred on Stanley Burnham Weld '12 at the gathering of class officers in Hanover on May 1. The following citation accompanied the award:
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Class Treasurer of the Year
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Cited as Class Treasurer of the Year at the annual meeting of class officers in Hanover on May 1 was James HoweColton '1. The citation accompanying the award read:
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Newsletter Editor of the Year
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John Barker Stearns '16 was honored as Class Newsletter Editor of the Year when class officers met in Hanover on May 1 Accompanying the award was the following citation:
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Bequest Chairman of the Year
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At the meeting of the class officers in Hanover on May 1, Richard PeregrineWhite '18 was honored as Bequest Chairman of the Year. The following tribute to his services to Dartmouth was read at the gathering:
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Reynolds Trophy Winner
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The James B. Reynolds Alumni Fund Trophy Award was presented to Robert E.Ackerberg Jr. '32 at the annual dinner meeting of the Chicago `Alumni Association on April 26. The citation accompanying the award read:
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Class President of the Year
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Gilbert Balkam Jr. '36 was honored as Class President of the Year at the annual meeting of class officers in Hanover on May 1. Accompanying the award was the following citation:
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A Second Life Through Heart Surgery
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Daniel L. Dyer '39
At 53 years of age, I was preparing to die of coronary heart disease. I discontinued being a governor of a fine local hospital, phased out as Scoutmaster of a blue-ribbon troop of 41 exuberant Scouts, reviewed my last will and
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A QUIET DAY IN VIETNAM
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The air is clear and crisp, cool but not cold The sun, peeking over the mountains, bathes the valley and hillsides with the soft glow of morning. A new day has begun in Vietnam
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ALBERT J. YOUNG, Realtor
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FOR RENT
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HANDSOME
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HANOVER
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Chieftain Motel
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Mountain-Top Property in Hanover
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Tuck School
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
Progress report on the new Murdough Center: there is a tremendous hole between Tuck and Thayer and the pile drivers are constantly busy in the first stage of construction, thereby guaranteeing a throbbing head along with the
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Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
The end of the academic year brings the end of the publication year of this column. Since it would surely be pointless for the 1971-72 editor, whoever he may be, to have 1970-1971 news items, I'll try to clear the deck for him
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AVIS
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HANOVER HOME FOR SALE
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LAKE FAIRLEE COTTAGES
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Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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THE COACH an' FOUR MOTEL
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TRESCOTT RIDGE
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Bunting and Lyon, Inc.
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MOWGLIS
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CRAFT SCHOOL
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Preparatory School Directory
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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Trial by error
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DARTMOUTH GIFTS FROM THE CO-OP
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