November 1917

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A LETTER FROM THE FRONT

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THE NEED FOR UNUSUALNESS IN THE WORK OF THE COLLEGE

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American colleges have given so liberally of men

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A LETTER FROM THE FRONT

With somewhere between seven hundred and a thousand Dartmouth men now engaged in active service of one sort and another, the College is constantly in receipt of interesting and informative letters relative to the work that

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THE NEED FOR UNUSUALNESS IN THE WORK OF THE COLLEGE

The nature of man is such that departures from the accustomed routines come only by effort and often with difficulty. We shrink from change; we argue for what is, and view with apprehension the possibility of what is not.

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American colleges have given so liberally of men

in the work of the war that college administrations have been obliged to accept certain very special responsibilities concerning them. For one thing there is probably no college of any importance in the country that is not

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DARTMOUTH WAR RECORD

The MAGAZINE will attempt in this department to keep its readers informed of the war activities of the alumni and undergraduates. Provision is being made to keep a permanent record, and all information of this kind should be sent to Mr. H.

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PLATTSBURG-A TRIUMPH OF EFFICIENCY AND DEMOCRACY

The first sessions for the current year of the Plattsburg Training Camp and others modeled upon it have closed, and their graduates have gone forth to their tasks. It is timely to review their work and especially to appraise

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Argumentation and Debate

by James M. O'Neill '07, Craven Laycock '96, and Robert L. Scales '01, New York, 1917. The Macmillan Company. 495 pages.

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AT PLATTSBURG

[The first of these articles was prepared by William Sewall '17, commissioned secondlieutenant after the first Plattsburg camp and now serving as a military instructor forAmerican troops in France. The second was written by his father, Reverend

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CLASS OF 1916

Sprague W. Drenan is principal of the high school at Middletown Springs, Vt.

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DARTMOUTH NIGHT

Dartmouth Night is often called the introduction of the freshmen to Dartmouth spirit and Dartmouth traditions. It has been an institution of growing importance for the last twenty years, an occasion for both undergraduates and

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DARTMOUTH NIGHT

The twenty-second annual celebration of Dartmouth Night was observed in Webster Hall on the evening of October 12. Simultaneously throughout the country alumni associations were holding meetings in honor of the College,

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