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In This Section. Academy Chronology. Perkins - Walter Q. Scott - Charles E. Fish - Harlan P. Amen - Lewis Perry - William G. Saltonstall - W. Day - Stephen G. Tingley - Thomas E. Rawson Gilman in Exeter. Enrollment: Tuition fees: none. Hoyt becomes Professor of Mathematics. There are also a Preparatory and an Advanced Class.

The former is kept as small as possible, and every effort is made to increase the size of the latter, which corresponds to the Freshman class in college. Wentworth appointed Professor of Mathematics. Official Register of Students records that five students entering from Kentucky "left the Academy because there was a coloured boy in their class. The Black student is not identified in the student register. Soule changes the hour at which students are required to be in their rooms from seven o'clock to eight.

Soule's 50 years of service. Later named Gorham Hall. Perkins appointed fourth Principal. Gorham, class of , Trustee. Tufts appointed Instructor in English. Soule Literary Society. Scott appointed fifth Principal. Fish appointed sixth Principal. Amen appointed seventh Principal.

Plimpton, class of , gives playing fields. The library occupies two rooms on the second floor of the Academy Building. Plimpton gives "the fields beyond. Class of votes that as many of them as possible should give 10 dollars apiece each year to their old school. The example of the Class of is followed by the classes of and The idea of this "Christmas Fund," which has since become "Annual Giving," is the second oldest annual fund in the U. Thomas Lamont, opens. Pershing and his aide, Col. George C. Marshall, visit Dr. Perry and Gen.

Pershing's son at Exeter. Wells Kerr assumes position as Dean. William Boyce Thompson. Both are gifts of Col. William Boyce Thompson, class of William Boyce Thompson and Mrs. William Boyce Thompson Schultz mother and daughter. All boarding students housed on-campus for first time. Hamilton Bissell as director of Scholarship Boys.

Thomas W. Lamont, retiring President of the Board of Trustees, and Dr. Perry speak in Thompson Gymnasium. Saltonstall appointed ninth Principal. Academy has boys from 12 foreign countries and 42 states. Nationwide comment on protest of editor of The Exonian over dropping of Latin as requirement. Town Tax Case settled. The students filed out of Chapel the Assembly Hall and spent the day in a variety of ways, mostly good.

Adkins, member of the Academy Mathematics Department. Meeting attended by more than people. Eisenhower visits grandson David D. Saltonstall res to head Peace Corps in Nigeria. Day appointed 10th Principal but must fulfill an existing commitment, so does not begin his tenure until the academic year.

Simmons, benefactor, advances scholarship aid. Kulukundis '55 to provide for a writer-in-residence at the Academy. Cunningham, Instructor in Mathematics. Dining Center. Rededicated in as Love Gymnasium. Thirty-nine girls, all day students, are enrolled. Bancroft and Hoyt established as first two girls' dormitories. Day, res. Kahn, architect of the new library. Kurtz appointed 11th Principal. Hamilton Bissell. Kurtz, Principal, and established by the Trustees in to recognize exceptional service to the Academy. Dunfey donates funds to further improve the status of women faculty.

Love Gymnasium. Ninth grade girls were not admitted as boarders until above. Vigil in conjunction with a three-day fast. Arthur Gilcreast. She is the first woman to hold this position. Kurtz announces retirement in June of Fellows announced a decision to open dining halls to all full-time and regular part-time staff for lunch at no cost, after trial period from November 1 to December 13 to determine potential costs and space availability in the dining halls. Saltonstall Boathouse. Architect: Leers Weinzapfel Associates, Inc.

Consulting Engineers, Watertown, MA. Lewis Perry. Award recognizes an independent school advancement professional for distinguished service. Tingley as Exeter's 13th Principal. Kahn, FAIA. The Inn is now managed by the leasing company, but ownership will revert to the Academy in 75 years. The tapestry hangs in the library.

The building will be named for him. In football, Andover wins While providing much-needed renewal and repair to the building, the project also launches the Harkness Initiative for Academy Life. The initiative is part of the Academy Master Plan process. Students, faculty, and staff must have their cards with them to enter the dorm.

Hamilton "Hammy" Bissell, class of Hon. The archway, created by Jim Sardonis, class of , consists of two foot pillars, each topped with the majestic form of a dove, and creates a grand entryway to Fisher Theatre. Thomas and Charles L. Presented in the spring of the year in conjunction with the Lamont Poets series, the prize commemorates the dedication of English instructor Rex McGuinn to student poetry at Exeter - particularly his encouragement of student poets at the ninth- and tenth-grade levels. Postal Service. Entitled "Masterworks of Modern American Architecture," the set is released on May 19, , with a second day of issue ceremony held at the Library on May This food waste will be composted on site, behind the facilities management building.

Directed by Sarah Ream '75, the play is an adaptation of the book by the same name by John Irving '61, who returns to campus to view the production. Win marks new head coach Don Mills' first championship with the team. Many cars owned by faculty and staff show pockmarks caused by hail. Phelps ' Kahn by Carter Wiseman '63, followed by cake, beverages and streamers in Rockefeller Hall.

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