Issue: 19731001

Monday, October 1, 1973
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Quechee Lakes Corporation
Quechee Lakes Corporation
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Arthur T. Gregorian Inc.
Arthur T. Gregorian Inc.
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Eastman
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shopping international
shopping international
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THE WHITE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
THE WHITE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
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4,6
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Lunatic Delinquency
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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
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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The Place at the Inn
The Place at the Inn
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Brook Hollow
Brook Hollow
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
A PART OF THE MAIN: SHORT STORIES OF THE MAINE COAST,
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GEORGE H. COLTON '35
by Edward M.Holmes '33. Orono: University of Maine,1973. With drawings by Arline K. Thomson.177 pp. $4.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
A NATION OF LORDS.
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KEVIN LOWTHER '63
By David G. Dawley'63. Anchor Paperback Original. 200 pages.$1.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE YOUNG MILLIONAIRES.
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JOHN HURD '21
By LawrenceA. Armour '56. Chicago: A Playboy PressBook, 1973. Foreword by James J. Ling.Afterword by Nick J. Mileti. Distributed bySimon & Schuster, Inc., New York. 265 pp.$7.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
AMERICAN HEROINE: THE LIFE AND LEGEND OF JANE ADDAMS
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ROBERT E. RIEGEL
By A lien F.Davis '53. New York: Oxford University Press,1973. 339 pp. $10.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
OHIO AN ARCHITECTURAL PORTRAIT
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JOHN HURD '21
By Richard N. Campen '34.Illustrated with over 500 original photographstaken and processed by the author. ChagrinFalls (Ohio): West Summit Press, 1973. 320 pp.$15.
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Further Mention
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J.H.
What should be done about violence on the streets and college campuses, the use and abuse of drugs, due process of law, over-population, and pollution?
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Alumni Articles
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The 1920 man who may have set some sort of a record for the number of articles he has had printed about venerable and quaint careers and folk endeavors continues on his victorious career. J. Almus Russell '20 adds to them with "Soap
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Academic Delegates
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At recent academic ceremonies Dartmouth has been represented by the following:
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Strafford Associates, Inc.
Strafford Associates, Inc.
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DECK HOUSE® INC
DECK HOUSE® INC
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Director of Admissions Northfield Mount Hermon School
Director of Admissions Northfield Mount Hermon School
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AVIS
AVIS
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SILVETTE GARD & CO.
SILVETTE GARD & CO.
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Afternoons With Frost
Afternoons With Frost
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FIERMANJ. OBERMAYER '46
The giants of the age have familiar names and faces. But we know little about them as people. Only a privileged few have an opportunity to know them as friends.
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The Alumni Council for 1973-74
The Alumni Council for 1973-74
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The Dartmouth Alumni Council, founded by Ernest Martin Hopkins in 1913, has long served to represent alumni interest in the welfare of the College.
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Article
The College
The College
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Dartmouth began its 204th academic year with Convocation exercises on September 24, and while nearly 3,700 undergraduate men and women were enrolled as full time students, not all of them came to Hanover to attend classes
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The College
Tripping
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A friend of ours, Class of 1944, accompanied six freshmen (three young men and three young women) as a "leader" on this year's Freshman Trip. Our friend and the freshmen clambered over hill and dale in the Kinsman Notch
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The College
New Fund Secretary
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Charles E. Breed '51, for the past 11 years associate secretary of the Alumni Fund, has been named executive secretary, succeeding Clifford L. Jordan '45.
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The College
Medical School Dean
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James C. Strickler '50 is the new Dean of the Dartmouth Medical School.
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The College
Trustee Vacancy
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A vacancy will occur in Trustee membership when the term of Thomas W. Braden '40 expires in June 1974.
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The College
Tuck's Executive Program
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The Tuck School next summer will launch a new four-week educational program aimed at furthering the professional development of promising young managers. Applications are being sought from companies wishing to sponsor
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Give a Rouse for –
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CHARLES E. WIDMAYER '30, editor of the Alumni Magazine for 30 years and 300 issues, now retired; because he is now in a position to get one and not give it.
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18,19,20,21
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CITIZEN SOLDIERS
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LAURENCE I. RADWAY
Did the critics - and the war in Vietnam - kill ROTC, or is there life off campus?
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ROTC at Dartmouth: a Chronology
ROTC at Dartmouth: a Chronology
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22,23,24
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Peregrine Summer
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James T. Harris '72
Once we might have watched the peregrine falcon in New Hampshire. But in the last twenty years the species has disappeared from most of North America and Europe, so quickly that scientists fear it may vanish entirely. Once even
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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DREW NEWMAN '74
During my year as Undergraduate Editor of the Alumni Magazine, these scrawlings will attempt to communicate student sentiment on various issues. Some columns may be light; most probably will not be. The students quoted
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26,27,28,29,30
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ONE HUNDRED MASTER DRAWINGS
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM '40
An exhibition, opening at Hopkins Center at the end of this month, that 'makes smithereens of the Tenth Commandment.'
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Article
Endowed Professorships
GORDON J.F. MACDONALD
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R.B.G.
Henry R. Luce Third Century Professor of Environmental Studies and Policy
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ALUMNI ALBUM—46
Archeological "Amateur"
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"Amateur": one who loves, who engages in the pursuit of knowledge or skill for the sheer love of it.
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ALUMNI ALBUM—46
Port Professional
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M.B.R.
"... ivory,/And apes and peacocks,/Sandalwood, cedarwood, and sweet white wine." "... Tyne coal,/Road-rails, pig-lead,/Firewood, iron-ware, and cheap tin trays."
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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JACK DEGANGE
This team has the potential to be as good as the Dartmouth teams of 1966 and 1969," Jake Crouthamel told a visiting sportswriter during the middle of preseason practice last month.
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Big Green Teams
Women's Sports
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AGNES BIXLER
In the past year, one of the most exciting developments at Dartmouth has been the emergence of the women's athletic program. While not everyone is an avid fan of women's sports, anyone who is a Dartmouth fan should be proud of
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Alumni Clubs
Southeastern Connecticut
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ALBERT E. WINKLER JR. '44
President, R.F.D. 1, Schoolhouse Rd. Old Saybrook, Conn. 06475
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Alumni Clubs
New Haven
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MARTIN J. DEGENNARO '53
Secretary, Perkins Road Woodbridge, Conn. 06525
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Alumni Clubs
Detroit
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JACK MCDONALD '40
Secretary, 1300 Lafayette, E., Apt. 2308 Detroit, Mich. 48008
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Alumni Clubs
Westchester
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VICTOR S. RICH '61
Secretary, Riverview Terrace Irvington, N.Y. 10533
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Alumni Clubs
Tucson
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WILLIAM B. FOSTER '42
Secretary, 4400 E. Broadway, Suite 110 Tucson, Ariz. 87511
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Alumni Clubs
St. Petersburg
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ALBERT G. MACDONALD '27
Secretary, 5411 Larchmont Court Pinellas Park, Fla. 33565
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Alumni Clubs
Western Washington
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LAWRENCE B. BAILEY '63
President,2920 Seattle-First National Bank Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98154
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Alumni Gymnasium.
Alumni Gymnasium.
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Club Calendar
Club Calendar
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
Probably many alumni of the Dr. Tucker period have at times been surprised, dismayed, or amused when they made even casual comparisons of the financial problems they faced with those confronting the students of today. Without any
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
The Falconers took their usual New England trip in June. I talked to them by phone at the Hanover Inn, as we did not take a trip to New Hampshire. Bob climbed Baker Tower, something I always hoped to do. Bob, always a generous
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
ARTHUR H. LEAVITT
Mrs. Robert Dexter Kenyon (Lura) who has been carrying on as our Head Class Agent since Bob's death is pleased that so many classmates, widows, and relatives contributed to the 1973 Alumni Fund. Everybody please keep up the good
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
ARTHUR B. BARNES
ANN BARNES
Tales from Reunion. Pop Chesley found it wise to return to his home in Utica early June 10. Upon arrival his physicians took him to the hospital where he remained nearly three weeks. He continued his recovery at his camp and is now
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
John Francis Glynn Jr. died from a heart attack in California on June 1. An obituary will appear in this or a later Magazine.
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Class Notes
1910
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ANDREW J. SCARLETT
LEON B. KENDALL
Your Executive Committee is still endeavoring to find a successor to our deeply lamented ThayerSmith as secretary-chairman. Any volunteer for this highly rewarding job with heartening contact with long-time associates is urged to
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Class Notes
1911
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JAMES F. MALLEY
DONALD A. CHENEY
Your secretary went on a letter-writing spree during July and received such a heart-warming and voluminous response they overflowed our allotted space in the Alumni Magazine for some months to come. Accordingly, it has to be spread
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Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
On January 16 Bill Shapleigh was honored at the 25th Annual Convention of the Maine Truck Owners Association with the gift of a polished oak wall plaque mounting a small gavel and engraved brass plate "in recognition of long and
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Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
ROBERT O. CONANT
Tempus Fugit. The summer flew by and it's time for the October notes. As I write these few lines the temperature outside registers 105 degrees. We are in the midst of a prolonged heatwave and it's not conducive to writing,
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Class Notes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
HAROLD A. STILES
Incredibly, another summer has come and gone, its memories a mixture of joy and sorrow as we remember happy reunions with family and friends but must accept the thinning of our ranks as reports, often delayed, reach us of our
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Class Notes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
As intimated in our June Column, this issue represents the windup of the intermission between June and October. I think we'll all agree that resuming these columns, after a summer's intermission, calls for quite a study of picking
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
The business of education was in full swing at Hanover this summer. Mixed with the increasing numbers of coeds were the customary core of middle-aged registrants at Alumni College, catching up on selected courses as well as enjoying
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
DONALD L. BARR
What kind of a new secretary do you have? He is not by inclination or training specially fitted for the job. However, he will not take a back seat to anyone in his interest in and devotion to Dartmouth. He is well aware of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
CHESTER W. DE MOND
Way back last May, immediately on our arrival home in Wilder, we learned that Dick Dudensing had suffered a heart disturbance while in Hanover; that, just out of the hospital, he was staying at the Inn. We phoned, hoping to see him
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
Greetings from your secretary as we begin the 1973-1974 notes with an address change. JackAllenberg has moved to 400 Cambridge Drive, Richardson, Texas 75080. Jack had moved last spring to a reported address in Anaheim, Calif. This
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
THOMAS W. STALEY
Dr. Allen G. Brailey writes us for the first time in years from retirement in Newton Highlands, Mass. He admits his inability to prevent college associations from withering away. He does attend his medical school reunions, and his
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Only a short skip separates June from September and resumption of our '22 class notes.
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45,46
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
DR. THEODORE E. MINER
The S.S. Hope recently returned to Brazil, this time to Maceio, an area with a desperate shortage of medical personnel and facilities. Among the Hope doctors, nurses, and technologists who are working with their Brazilian
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Class Notes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
Time has me captive: I'm writing in a cottage looking out over the beautiful and busy harbor of Stonington, Me.: the Reunion Committee will not meet until early September at the lovely hideaway of Don and Virginia Wilbur down
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
C. LANE GOSS
The largest and most pleasant gathering of the Class of 1925 ever held outside of the Hanover area was hosted by Ginie and PeteHaffenreffer at their Mount Hope Farm in Bristol, R.I., on Saturday, June 23. Total attendance was 103
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NOSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
Hanover in summer is 1926 country with 12 men and wives attending Alumni College, 29 men and wives including one son and one sister enjoying the 36th annual informal summer reunion August 24 and 25, and eight were present for the
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47,48
Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
The annual fall reunion the second weekend in October continues to be enthusiastically enjoyed by an increasing number of classmates and their wives. Frank Strong and Tom Gillespie, cochairmen, continue the successful pattern set
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
All of you are to be congratulated for a historic achievement - contributing $106,322 to the Alumni Fund in our 45th Reunion year! The amount exceeded last year's by 249% and was more than double the old record for a 45th reunion
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
The June issue carried a photo of MauriceMandelbaum, recently elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, but the brief caption could not do justice to his many accomplishments: advanced study at Harvard and the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Two summer events to report. The Western Reunion at Ojai Valley drew 18, and because this is a manageable roster for inclusion within the limits of the Magazine, we'll name them: the Clarks, Jacobs, Tangemans, Rodis, Tunnicliffs,
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Class Notes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
W.S. "SHEP" WOLFF
The summer's mail basket hereby produces a few items for your information and edification.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
EVERETT P. HOKANSON
Once again we find ourselves trapped far from home - this time in Joseph, Ore., - in Obie, our less-than-trusty office/camper, as it comes time to get this advisory off to Hanover. That is another reason, along with the summer
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
ALEXANDER S. CUNNINGHAM
By the time this reaches you it will be too late for making plans to attend the Pennsylvania game in Hanover on October 13, but those of you who are attending are urged to join us in the usual informal class gathering immediately
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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STANLEY H. SILVERMAN
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
To the best of my recollection - and, remember, I made no notes at that point in time - 1934 was a very good year, within its particular time frame (1930-34), if for no reason other than that it marked our entry, in Ernest Martin
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article
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71,72
Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
C. HALL COLTON
With so many classmates now retired, or making noises in that direction, a note from AlZimmerman provides food for thought. Al left Sears Roebuck earlier this year after 37 years, and is now busily and happily engaged with the
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72
Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON JR.
EDWARD W. HIGBEE 3RD
For some reason summer seems to be shorter than ever each year and suddenly Labor Day is here with school and college departures, back to the old grind for the parents, and a deadline for your secretary for the first column of the
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
Chuck Bassett asked to retire last year from the class agent's job due to many pressures but agreed to hang on through to the end of the last campaign. Chuck brought us to startling new heights in both dollars and participation
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article
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73
Class Notes
Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
AUGUSTUS R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
The first event on the '38 1973-74 calendar was the informal fall reunion, the weekend of the Penn game, October 12-14, which probably will be history by the time you read this.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
SAMUEL THURM
Summer has taken its toll! Harry E. Goodman died in his hometown of Lowell, Mass., on June 4. Harry, a graduate of the University of Michigan was a charter member of our Class, having started at Dartmouth before transferring. And in
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article
74
74
Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
DONALD G. RAINIE
The summer winds have come and gone and once again we can look forward to another college year. That statement in itself is no longer even true 'cause in Hanover the college year runs a full 12 months, but for us "old timers"
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
'41 AT DEXTER'S INN PENN WEEKEND OCTOBER 13 PRE-GAME PICNIC AT LEVERONE
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article
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75,76
Class Notes
Class Notes
1942
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DR. STUART C. FINCH
A. JAMES O'MARA
Our Class was shocked and deeply saddened upon receiving the news of Roy Carruthers' death on July 26. Roy was an outstanding member of our Class, a tireless worker for Dartmouth, and a most loyal alumnus. We shall miss him a great
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
PAUL F. YOUNG
Welcome back to a new school year with higher everything including tuitions. News over the summer is as follows:
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
So, the long summer's journey into fall is behind us and this corner trusts you and yours are all cheerfully back at your posts or slots or whatever and that you have a 10-month supply of beer in for the going TV football "season"
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article
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77
Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
Another fall, another column and welcome back to all '45s.
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77,78
Class Notes
Class Notes
1946
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RALPH K. SMITH JR.
DONALD E. FURBER
It's been a long time between issues of the Alumni Magazine, so some of our "news" may appear outdated, but it's still news.
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78
Class Notes
Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
NORMAN S. FINK
Happy fall to one and all. And wasn't it a short summer?
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
LOUIS N. PERRY
It's an unexpected pleasure to be asked to write this monthly Alumni Magazine column once again for the Class of 1948. Some of you may remember, probably regretfully, that I wrote it for the first few years after our broken-up World
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79
Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
CARLL K. TRACY
It seems more than appropriate that your scribe should commence to pen the first series of class notes for our 25th class reunion year while perched atop a grassy knoll on the Norwich-Thetford town line. The view to the South is
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
ERIC T. MILLER
Summer, often best appreciated in retrospect, is gone. I hope your reflections are as pleasant as mine.
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80
Class Notes
Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
MERLE L. THORPE
For those of you who haven't been to northern New England recently, let me warn you that the ways of the devil are spreading even in the staid Yankee state of Vermont. That state's "Interstate Travelers Guide" relates that the Hotel
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
STEPHEN R. PARKHURST
With summer vacations and activities now behind us we can, once again, turn our thoughts to the important things of life - football games And Bill Breed, your new class social chairman has great plans for the fall. When you read
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
RICHARD D. BARKER
Happy Football Season! By the time this column is in your hand, leaves should be turning beautiful colors and slowly falling to the ground, and you should be savoring brisk fall days looking forward to a month full of good Dartmouth
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article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
JOHN G. DEMAS
1973 marks the year when most of us are celebrating our 40th birthdays. Two Connecticut Yankees wives, Stess Charbonnier and FranPerry, organized surprise parties for their unsuspecting husbands. Margie Ambrose did the same thing
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
JOHN S. DONNELLY
As the column resumes, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who gave to the Alumni Fund. The Class outdid itself this time, contributing a total of $31,385, to beat the goal of $30,000. The prime mover behind
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article
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87
Class Notes
Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
The start of another academic year, this one a big one for the class of '58 as we approach our big 15th reunion. Fifteen years (actually sixteen) hardly seems possible. I can still handle three or four Sets of Singles so I guess the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
The respite from deadlines is over which along with the arrival of Labor Day makes me realize that another summer has gone by, and aside from some stitches in Doug's knee, briefly losing Lisa on the beach, and suffering through a
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article
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88
Class Notes
Class Notes
1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
THOMAS J. BROCK
When I took over the job of secretary three years ago, I was given a box of index cards containing the address of every man in the Class. All 780 or so cards were white, but the change of address cards that I began receiving after
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1961
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ROBERTA. MCINDOE
HENRY E. EBERHARDT
During the long summer recess, we received some interesting letters and new releases. Bill andBarbara Wood are living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She writes: "Bill and I and our two children, Winston and Elizabeth, are on the verge of
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89
Class Notes
Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
EDWARD FALKENBERG
well, another lovely New England summer has come and gone. The first few weeks of September bought those cool evenings that remind one of bonfires and parties (and also that Old Man Winter is poised and waiting).
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
CHARLES T. PARTON
I wish I were reading this in October rather than writing it in August. In which case I would have finished painting the house and would not be sweltering in 100-degree heat that I know foretells the first frost in about two weeks.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
WILLIAM BARNET III
With the advent of autumn, '64s have learned to expect decisive Big Green victories over Holy Cross, beautiful foliage in the Upper Valley, houseparties weekend and, in recent years, my urgent pleas for more class news. You will be
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
ROGER H. RINES
This time of year (I'm writing this in late August) always brings with it a clear and simple reminder that summer is nearly over and that fall and a new school year are upon us - today Palmer C.D. Wooglin's prediction for
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91
Class Notes
Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
GERALD G. PAUL
Most of the following will be mundane. Guys getting promoted, getting married, having children, doing things in their town, little things, but things that help people. Maybe mundane isn't really so bad?
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91
Class Notes
Class Notes
1967
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DR. JON GOLDSMITH
CAPT. JEFFREY Y. ZIMMERMAN
October in Hanover - a nice thought ... Not many '67s are there, but they seem to be making their marks nonetheless.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
C. DAVID COOK
Would you believe that letters are pouring in? Hardly true, but due to five or six recently omitted epistles, plus various telephonic communicational inputs from the Alum Fund, you have for your perusal some less than intimate
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92
Class Notes
Class Notes
1970
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PETER S. LINTON
MARTIN L. KILLGALLON 2nd
Address of the Class Secretary Upon the Occasion of a Newly Undertaken Volume of News Notes:
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
DAVID J. FRIEND
We are about to embark on another nine-month journey into the land of fact and fantasy complete with whipped cream and a cherry (not to mention nuts) so bear with me. After a long, hot summer, I must admit that I have received very
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES T. BROWN
Well, it's hard to believe that my role as secretary of Dartmouth's first coed class (37 women graduates to be exact) has finally begun. I guess what this really means is that we are all fullblooded alums now with the brains to
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Article
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Dixon Appointment Makes Two '41 USAF Generals
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With the appointment of new four-star General Robert J. Dixon '41 to command of the U.S. Air Force tactical Air Command, the Class of 1941 can boast representation in two commands of the Air Force. General John C. Meyer heads the
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Article
Let the Good Times Roll: A Preview of Ivy League Football, 1973
Let the Good Times Roll: A Preview of Ivy League Football, 1973
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It's easy to be delicate about Ivy League football, to apologize for it, to compare it (in a gesture of over-generous honesty ) unfavorably with the pros or the Big Ten. Let's not. Let's look at the past (especially the recent past
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J.J. ERMENC
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JAMES L. FARLEY '42
(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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TRY IT!!!
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4719181_19731001_000168.xml
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Music and Theater at the Hopkins Center
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Alumni who plan to be in the Hanover area in the coming weeks would do well to consider the kaleidoscope of theater and music offered by Hopkins Center, now in its second decade.
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The Dartmouth College Club
The Dartmouth College Club
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4719181_19731001_000170.xml
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Gramlich Fund
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A memorial fund for Professor Francis Gramlich, A.M. '48, Stone Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, who died last June 4, is being established. Administering the fund is the Philosophy Department.
4719181_19731001_000171.xml
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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4719181_19731001_000172.xml
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PORTRAIT OF DARTMOUTH
PORTRAIT OF DARTMOUTH
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4719181_19731001_000173.xml
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"DARTMOUTH SHOP"
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4719181_19731001_000174.xml