February 1925

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THE LIBERAL COLLEGE

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Probably, despite the widespread

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SOME UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF RUFUS CHOATE

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THE LIBERAL COLLEGE

Professor of Chemistry, Dartmouth College

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Probably, despite the widespread

publicity which has already been given to the new method of choosing alumni trustees, there are members of the alumni body who will feel a vague surprise at not receiving the customary invitation to cast a wholly perfunctory

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SOME UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF RUFUS CHOATE

The two following letters of Rufus Choate written in 1817 and 1819, while he was an undergraduate, are of especial interest because of the light they shed upon the feelings of the students of the College at the time of the

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THE COLLEGE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS

Medical Consultant in Nutrition and Physical Fitness

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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

Sitting in his chair talking with members of the alumni gets to be more of a real pleasure month after month, when it is vividly recalled that these few words are the only tangible link between the undergraduate mind and that mind

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THE THIRTY-FIFTH REUNION

We are checking out at North Massachusetts. We have slept (?) and dreamed again in student beds for a week. The thirty-fifth reunion for '89 is at an end and you are asking, as we part, that I write down for your report the

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Class of 1903

The following clipping has been sent to me by no less that three of our classmates. How is that? I feel that it must be printed. All I regret is, that it couldn't have got into an earlier MAGAZINE, so that our well-known-for-

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Class of 1916

'Twas in the days of . "Flaming Sixteen" that Burlen and Joy first teamed up in their original skit of musical nonsense that cracked the humorous vein of Hanover wide open. Since those days Bob has plugged steadily up the ladder

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Class of 1917

An anonymous contributor sent a marked copy of The Marblehead Messenger to this office. It is surprising to learn of the farreaching effect of Mr. Hearst s intensive search for news. He doesn't seem to miss a trick, and he

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RUSSIAN STUDENT MAKES GOOD RECORD

A very practical part of the reconstruction work following the war in other countries is the sending to this country of promising students who are expected to later return and lead in the rebuilding of their shattered native

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