April 1926

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HUNTING FOR MISSING LINKS IN SPITSBERGEN

Article

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PIKE'S ARITHMETIC

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HUNTING FOR MISSING LINKS IN SPITSBERGEN

Professor of Biology and Director of the Course in Evolution

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Perhaps the shortest

and simplest statement setting forth the true inwardness of the Selective Process system of admissions would be that it is intended to get into Dartmouth the kind of men Dartmouth wants, and to keep out the men upon whom the

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PIKE'S ARITHMETIC

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

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Article

THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

March has been a month of elections, shifts, appointments and changes.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1914

Our class bulletin of February 25 has resulted in a series of gratifying letters, which we trust will be continued. They all express the feeling which we all have that Bill Slater should be given a rising vote of thanks for his

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1916

The vanguard is already on the move and headed for Hanover. "Ed" Riley sailed from England about the middle of March for a three months' vacation that will terminate shortly after June 26, at Lake Morey.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1906

All thoughts in the class of 'O6 now turn towards the twentieth reunion in June. Nat Leverone of Chicago is the big chief in charge of arrangements, and he is planning for a large percentage of the class to return to Hanover.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1861

The class of 1861 numbered fifty-eight members at graduation in July of that year. The Chandler School was at that time a separate institution, and its graduates appeared in the General Catalogues of the College prior to about

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1923

The "Thrifty Third" is still scheduled for this June. If you get the urge, and why not, please drop us a card announcing your attendance. Matters will thus be simplified, and everything else doesn't matter. One more entreaty

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1917

There are many who labor under the illusion that this is the funny column of the MAGAZINE, and stout as we may be in the denial of that fact, the first item of news this month won't do much to help the situation.

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