June 1958

Feature

THE GOALS of a Business Society

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1910

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Feature

THE GOALS of a Business Society

PRESIDENT OF SOCONY MOBIL OIL COMPANY

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Class Notes

1918

Rudi Hesse, who holds a very responsible job at Macy's, N.Y.C., and who was vacationing at Hanover during the Secretaries Meeting, attended by the ever faithfuls, DickHoi ton and Bill Christgau, will be back at Reunion, then visit

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Class Notes

1910

How's this for a sample of that old Dartmouth Tenner spirit! It's about Burt Miller who for a number of years has been living in Baton Rouge, Miss., and going back and forth to have operations at the Veterans' Hospital, in New

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Class Notes

1911

Sure — things are different now, but we still have grand times at the Dodge Hotel (known as the Mountain View House) each June. Here is the account of that festivity in 1931 when we were young and frivolous.

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Class Notes

1936

The tallest bachelor in the class is JackDuffy of Utica, N.Y. He's 6 feet 5 inches tall. Any challengers? This former tennis champion of Central New York was one of the first men on the courts this spring after the 115 inches of

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Class Notes

1940

There are several noteworthy honors and promotions to report this month. Alton Thorpe was made a staff member of the general industrial relations department of the Hooker Electrochemical Company in Niagara Falls, N.Y., where

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Class Notes

1920

I am informed by our Class President, StanNewcomer, that as of next year we shall havea new Class Agent. Stan, as you know, has filledthat job very creditably for many many yearsand now the accolade passes to none otherthan good old Jack Mayer.

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Class Notes

1954

There are many times when we dislike opening the monthly column. This month is one of those times, for in a letter from Mike Biggs we learned of the death of Jim Miller on April 6 in an automobile accident outside of Dublin,

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Class Notes

1937

When, perchance, you read these lines, our 20th Reunion shall be little more than hours away. You have all the literature by now, the brochures and flyers giving all the latest on program, who is reserved, the cost (so much for

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Article

The Faculty

IN THE THIRD of a continuing series of reports on changes in the Dartmouth curriculum, we come this month to the Department of Physics.

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