The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. have written for the magazine.
  

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Contents

Rotary down the decades
6
Crawford Campbell MCCULLOUGH, Rotary International
Speaking of the United nations
10
United Nations General Assembly
On the problems of the presidency
10
United Nations
Man among men
13
T. J. HARRELL
Should husbands help with housework?
14
Home economics, Husbands
Why I remember Rotary
32
Rotary International
Syracuse bowls them over: The Scratchpad Man
38
Bowling, Syracuse (N.Y.) (Recreation)
Golden glances
40
Rotary International
Adventure in Angola, Ind
45
Foreign students (United States), Angola (Ind.)
Take a page from Meyersdale
47
Industrial tours, Meyersdale (Pa.)

Ash clash in Erin
18
Hurling (Game)
Sheldon, a name to remember
21
Arthur Frederick SHELDON
Here come the stamps
23
Rotary International, Postage stamps
State street, Chicago
24
Chicago (Ill.) (Streets)
Trained seals or efficient workers?
27
Organization, Personnel management
This is a life applauded by $600,000
29
Laurence Clifton JONES
Sixteen men raise $16,000 toward building rural health
30
Medical laboratories, Sharon Springs (N.Y.)
Personalia
48
Albert Zachary Baker
Doctors of the year
49
Physicians
Rotarians in the Congress of the U.S.A.
50
Rotary International, Congressmen
Hobby hitching post
62
Historiography, Indians of North America (History), California (History)
Don't bother
64
Son shine
64
Information tests
Meeting of the bored
64

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