June 1926

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SECRETARIES HOLD ANNUAL MEETING IN HANOVER

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SOMETHING ABOUT BUSINESS

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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

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SECRETARIES HOLD ANNUAL MEETING IN HANOVER

The secretaries of classes and associations met in Hanover on May 7 and 8 for their twenty-second annual meeting. No better opening could have been had, nor a more delightful way of meeting old friends and making new

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SOMETHING ABOUT BUSINESS

Address to the members of the graduating classes of the Thayer and Tuck Schools, April 15, 1926, by Henry B. Thayer '79 of the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth College and Chairman of the Board, American Telephone and Telegraph Company.

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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

The month just closing has been the annual election month of the undergraduate calendar, in which the majority of student organizations elect new members and officers for the ensuing year. The campus, politically speaking, is

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The new library is assured !

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TRUSTEES MEET IN HANOVER

A meeting of the trustees of Dartmouth College was held in their room in the Parkhurst Administration Building in. Hanover.

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THE CLASS OF 1876 FIFTY YEARS AFTER

At fifty years after graduation the survivors of any college class are sure to be in a minority. The class of 1876 at Dartmouth, with thirty-two living in a total membership of seventy-nine, is more fortunate than most. But

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Class of 1916

It's all but here,—that long awaited return of the tribesmen to the hearthfire in the North to celebrate Balmacaan's Biggest Barbecue. If you are not already aboard the Decennial

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Class of 1918

While wandering around Hanover during the secretaries' convention, we espied Ralph E. Clark, normally of Boston, ruminating among the undergraduates. Not understanding this intermingling we investigated and found that he was

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Class of 1906

We seem to have started something when we stated in the April number of the MAGAZINE that Dan Hatch held the unique distinction of having sent a son back to college in record time since graduation. When we made that statement,

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Class of 1917

It seems almost imperative that we reserve a certain amount of space each month for a news item about the Rev. Donald B. Aldrich. His latest accomplishment is a sermon in Hanover at one of the vesper services, which attracted a

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