November 1929

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The Class of 1933

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"ORIENTATION:" The Opening Address of Dartmouth's 161st Year

Lettter from the Editor

Editorial Comment

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The Class of 1933

EACH year since the selective process was inaugurated, with the admission of the class of 1926, the writer has compiled for the AlumniMagazine a statistical analysis of the freshman class, and in order to stimulate an interest in the

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"ORIENTATION:" The Opening Address of Dartmouth's 161st Year

BY PRESIDENT ERNEST M. HOPKINS

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Lettter from the Editor

Editorial Comment

For opinions which appear in these columns the Editors alone are responsible

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1911

The list of members of the class who come more and more frequently to Hanover is fast increasing. In fact, those of us who live here are beginning to wonder if some of our classmates have yet graduated—their appearance about

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CLASS OF 1929

We shall begin by offering thanks for the gentle shower of mail that our first appeal for news precipitated, and by announcing that the first prize for ready response is awarded to Herb McCreery, formerly of West Wheelock St.,

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CLASS OF 1909

George R. Adams represents in Connecticut the Whiting Paper Company of New York. George lives at 53 Norris St., Hamden, which is one of the residential sections of New Haven. He has three fine sons: George, Jr., Edward, and

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CLASS OF 1919

On June 14 the class of 1919, supposedly shot to pieces by the war, gathered itself together in Hanover. Only half-heartedly called at a very late date, they responded, as they always have, magnificently. The Tenth of the

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CLASS OF 1898

The Secretary was in Hanover August 30, and had a pleasant call on Fred Lord and Mrs. Lord. Their only son expects to enter Dartmouth next fall. While in Hanover, I met Bill Ham '97, and he was full of some very interesting

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The Dartmouth Crew

There's a thrill in this story for every man who wants tosee Dartmouth bach in the list of college crews that compete each year for championships. But there isn't even theremotest chance of a Dartmouth crew in the future, according to the

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CLASS OF 1918

We have very little news oil tap this month excepting for some gossip our reliable Syl Morey has been able to pick up on the sidewalks of New York. Here is what he has to say:

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