January 1924

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DARTMOUTH OUT OF DOORS IN THE EIGHTIES DARTMOUTH OUT OF DOORS IN THE EIGHTIES

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The liquor

Class Notes

Class of 1916

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Article

DARTMOUTH OUT OF DOORS IN THE EIGHTIES DARTMOUTH OUT OF DOORS IN THE EIGHTIES

An old-time graduate of Dartmouth does not need to revisit Hanover in order to learn that a great change in the conditions of student life has taken place there since his time; a change comparable with that in the appearance

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The liquor

question in the various colleges is naturally leading to a general discussion of ways and means for preventing the worse forms of violation of the law—it being admitted as a practical point to start with that the absolute

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Class Notes

Class of 1916

The questionnaires sent out to the class with the September issue of the Sixteener are still coming in to the Secretary slowly. It is significant that the large majority of our men who are out of this country have promptly

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SCHOLARSHIP AND MENTAL ALERTNESS IN DARTMOUTH COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AND MENTAL ALERTNESS IN DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

The following' tables give a graphic representation of the scholarship condition of the college at the close of the last academic year. They include a full record of the Senior class throughout its four years, that of the

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Class Notes

Class of 1898

The Twenty-Fifth Reunion of the class of '9B held at Hanover last June was the most successful in its history. In fact, it was so successful that it has taken the Secretary six months to prepare an adequate description of the

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

There probably has never been a more fruitful calendar of such a varied aspect at Dartmouth than that presented for undergraduate consumption from November 20 until the beginning of Christmas vacation, December 20. From the

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Class Notes

Class of 1903

We are printing the following excerpt from a letter from Bob Davis, Monbrison-Margaux (Gironde), without comment, but with the hope that some of the class will keep it in mind in planning their trips for the coming year. He

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Sports

FOOTBALL

The 1924 football schedule as announced by the Dartmouth Athletic Council, Dec. 4, has a number of interesting features. It is an attractive schedule in many ways, and a better balanced one than that provided for the team this

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LETTERS TO AND FROM

A humorous chord was struck in the undergraduates' makeup by the supercilious letter of an English professor (not at Dartmouth) to a parent, as printed in an editorial of The Dartmouth, and the subsequent answer of "A Fond

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Class of 1911

The following letter from R. R. Larmon, executive assistant to the president, to Dick Paul,"may be of interest to those who made it possible for the Y.D. Band to be present at the Memorial Field exercises in November:

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