June 1914

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THE SPREAD OF ENGLISH

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OUR COLLEGE DEBT

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Spendthrift spring has cast her golden

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THE SPREAD OF ENGLISH

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OUR COLLEGE DEBT

NOTE: The following article by Mr. Parkhurst STATES briefly and clearly one of the chief problems which the College today faces. There is no one who could speak with more authority than the Chairman of the Committee on Business

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Spendthrift spring has cast her golden

currency of dandelions recklesslyover lawn and meadow. The bloom of orchards covers the hill slopes with white billows bursting in fragrant spray. Along the dusty highroad, gregarious caterpillars wriggle skyward on gray

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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS

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THE AMERICAN JAPANESE PROBLEM

This book is a sane and sympathetic attempt to promote a mutual understanding between the American and Japanese peoples, at a time when this is eminently desirable. It is the work of one who is well-fitted for the task, since

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ROBINSON HALL

Robinson Hall, in contrast to the Gymnasium which is the center of athletic interests in the college, is a building which is destined to be the center of the non-athletic interests of the college. This magnificent building,

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TRUSTEES MEET

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FRESHMEN AND FRATERNITIES

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CLASS SECRETARIES

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MAP OF THE DARTMOUTH TRAIL

Under the supervision of Professor Goldthwait a guide map is being perpared to the Outing Club cabins between Hanover and the Agassiz Basin. The map is intended for the use of those visiting the cabins or following the

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