December 1951

Class Notes

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The 1951 Alumni Fund

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The rain came down, the score went up, and the Thielschers (Karl and Dave) beat the Spears, Captain Bob of Yale (son of Fats). Undoubtedly the happiest father in the Yale Bowl was none other than our own Barney, football star in

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The 1951 Alumni Fund

CHAIRMAN OF THE ALUMNI FUND COMMITTEE

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John Corson Blair, Esquire, partner in the New York patent law firm of Watson, Johnson, Leavenworth and Blair, loves to write (and writes well), loves the Class of 1929 (who doesn't?) and loves Andres (mirable dictu). Proof

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1950

In Hanover about this time the first signs of snow should be seen and talk will be turning from the past football season and turkeys to Christmas vacations, prospects for the various athletic teams about to represent the Big

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Today is Saturday, November 3. Today Dartmouth is playing Yale at New Haven. Today was to be a day of picnics in the parking lot, o£ happy meetings in the stands, of good fellowship during and after the game. But today, as it

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Dartmouth just finished a brilliant comeback and walloped the Yales as this column is being written! To tie in with Alumni Fund news, it is most pleasing to tell you that the "Growler" (Jack Whitman) will take over the immense

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1930

What was surely a loss to the West Coast is just as surely to be a gain to Washington, D. C. On October 1 Dick Hood left the Los Angeles F.8.1, office, of which he has been Agent in Charge since October 1940, to head the

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1918

Isn't this nice—a scribbled note we discovered from Stumpie Barr to King Rood's Peggy "We appreciated your payment of class dues and your contribution to the Alumni Fund last year and hope that you will wish to continue to be

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1940

Thought I'd have things in fair enough shape to get out a good column this month, but no such luck. The usual lack of news situation is further complicated by the fact that, having just moved all our worldly pos- sessions,

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1933

One of the big disadvantages of having one man serve as secretary of a large class over a period of years is that his sources of information tend in time to boil down to a faithful few who feed him news about the same people,

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