June 1957

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Thirty Years After

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Assignment: Antarctica

Class Notes

1930

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Thirty Years After

A Survey of the Class of 1926 Seeking the Relation of Student Achievement to Later Success

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Assignment: Antarctica

ASSOCIATED PRESS CORRESPONDENT

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Class Notes

1930

How the Class of 1930 responds when thecall goes out! When your Secretary was downto so few news items it appeared we wouldhave to fill this column with old jokes out ofthe Jack o'Lantern, a letter to several fellowsacross the country brought in

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IGY

The International Geophysical Year, Opening July 1, Is Man's Greatest Scientific Effort to Know His World "At a time when we are inching along toward international political understanding, this cooperative effort in which 46 [now 58] nations join together to observe and study geophysical phenomena, comes as reassuring news." — W. G. MACNUSON, Chairman, Subcommittee on Independent Offices and General Government Matters, U. S. Senate Appropriations Committee, 84th Congress, Second Session.

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Class Notes

1926

There is a rapture in the breeze That chants its wandering lyric tune, In leafy beauty bide the trees, Proud and majestic; it is June.

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Class Notes

1931

The top news to reach your secretary this month, as regards our illustrious classmates, is news on Bob Oelman of Dayton, Ohio. The National Cash Register Company has announced that Bob is their new president. This column, in

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Class Notes

1918

1918 DINNER at the D. Club, N. Y. City, a few weeks back. Those present were Bill Christgau, Henry Hesse, Lester McElwain, Dwight Sargent, Johnny Johnston, Curt Glover, Gerry Geran, Dan Shea, Bob Knowles, Dick Holton, Red

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1923

A newspaper clipping came in the mail a few weeks ago concerning one James J. (Jim) Hennessy. The heading is "Dr. J. J. Hennessy is Honored By Society at Dinner". The article reads as follows:

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Class Notes

1943

The basic difference between a class secretary and a class newsletter editor can be summed up in one word - "deadline." Never before has the Class of '43 been able to saddle this editor with a time schedule that required such

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1942

Many of you probably read in the April 2 copy of The New York Times of Bob Hill's appointment to Mexico as Ambassador, a post he will assume upon completion of this session of Congress. This follows previous assignments as

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