April 1930

Lettter from the Editor

Editorial Comment

Sports

Football at Dartmouth Since the War

Article

The Rough-and-Ready Eighties

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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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Sports

Football at Dartmouth Since the War

Article Two, The Hawley Regime

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Article

The Rough-and-Ready Eighties

They did such things and they said such things in theEighties that later generations find those doings and sayingshighly entertaining. We have heard of the mule in chapel,and even the mixup in organ pipes but we never heard ofthe revolver practice

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1908

Ralph H. Sherburne was appointed postmaster in Penacook, N. H., in February. He has worked in the office most of his life. His father was appointed postmaster in 1899, and Ralph was general office boy until he entered Dartmouth

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Article

Intercollegiate Keys to Hospitality

If any Dartmouth man were ashed, to name the undergraduate organization of which he was proudest, TheGreen Key Society would probably be his first or secondchoice. Democratic, non-secret, a bit s-pectacular in dressand work, the members take it

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1901

A sad group of classmates gathered in Hanover February 24, to pay their last tribute to Gene Clark. Edgar Hunter served as one of the active bearers and Channing Cox as one of the honorary bearers. Johnnie Ward, Ned Warren,

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Sports

Basketball

Dolly Stark had an amazing bunch of basketball players report to him at the beginning of the season, and sophomores rubbed shoulders with hardy veterans in the first few weeks of limbering up. But as the season progressed, it

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1929

Well, well, this is more like it. You fellows all have great possibilities which you should not fail to develop. And if you only knew how each letter warms our heart ever anxious in your behalf, you would be more kindly to us,

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1915

Because of the unprecedented number of inquiries which have been received since the first printing of the drawing which appears above, a few choice words are due our public. The letters inquired politely as to the identity of

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1927

Roy Blanchard is carrying on a real estate and insurance business in Worcester, Mass. Roy and Mrs. Blanchard are living at 66 Berwick St., in that city.

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