February 1952

Class Notes

1918

Article

The Old Dartmouth Burying Ground

Class Notes

1950

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1918

New York class dinner, Friday, Feb. 29, and Friday, April 18. The April 18 spring frolic is the one Ed Healey never misses; TomShirley comes down from Boston; Griswold, the biggest kitchen cabinet salesman in the East comes up from

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The Old Dartmouth Burying Ground

ON a very old, iron-bearing slate stone in the Dartmouth Cemetery, erected to the memory of Levi Washburn, one may read: Here youth and beauty lose their grace in this recluse and gloomy place Till ye Angelic trumpet

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1950

Our pleasure cruise 'round the world from the Enchanting East ended December 20, and since then we've been lucky enough to get a month in Boston for a school winding up around Carnival time, which will be about the time this

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The First (and Only) College Balloon Race

A YELLOWING clipping from the BostonSunday Globe, dated North Adams, Mass., June 3, 1911, reads: "College Men in Balloon Race; Dartmouth Airship Lands Early in Pelham; Pennsy and Williams Are Yet To Be Heard From."

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Class Notes

1929

Herb Bissell, Director of Merchandising atMinneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., writes:

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1917

Jim Rubel writes: "After reading Will Fitch's letter and his laudatory comments about me as a big-time writer, I hasten to pen this note and advise you and the rest of the Class that the only thing big-time about me is my seat,

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Class Notes

1926

Now that we have reached the time of theyear when most of us are struggling withbalky furnaces, shoveling the walks and drivesand cursing the grip on the infallible snowtreads when the car gets stuck, you will greetDick Husband's latest idyllic

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1933

If you read Variety you may have caught this item about one of Paul Weston's latest songs. Reviewing the Columbia recording of "Shrimp Boats," Variety wrote: "Jo Stafford of late has been booting around wild, weird (for her)

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1905

Under the efficient management of Ed Redman '06 and Stanley Besse the annual '05-'06 New York dinner proved as pleasant and heart-warming an affair as ever. Tub, as toastmaster, was in his usual bland style, ready with the

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1934

These notes, which reach the bright light of day almost smack in the middle of the Carnival season, are making their hesitant way down the long pink sheet of copy paper in bitter competition with the attraction of the drifting

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