March 1931

Class Notes

CLASS OF 1930

Lettter from the Editor

Editorial Comment

Article

Amateur Movie Making

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1930

We have just recently got through a splendid Carnival up here, graced by a great deal of snow on the ground, sunny crisp weather, a record-breaking number of gorgeous creatures, and an unbelievable amount of propriety. It was

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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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Article

Amateur Movie Making

IN 1923 there were only a few handfuls of people who made personal use of motion pictures. Although professional movies had nearly reached their height of development in the silent form in the field of entertainment, there was

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February News of the College

Faculty Appointments

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The College and Physical Fitness

Medical Consultant in Physical Fitness, Dartmouth College

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1910

The sympathy of the Class will be with "Beezle" Parker, who lost his father early in January, and just about two months after his mother passed away. Mr. Parker was a well-known and highly respected citizen of Reading, and

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1905

There were six of us present at the annual banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of New York at the Hotel Plaza January 28: William J. Campbell, Walter Conley, Rufus Day, Bill Luey, Fat Whittier, and McClary.

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Class Notes

CLASS OF 1923

Last September youse guys received from me a catechism, and here are some of the results, a little late, it's true, but well worth your attention. The comments of Eddie Lynch are especially noteworthy.

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CLASS OF 1929

The following etter from Chan Bete is just the kind we would like to start off with every month. It's good; the news is good; and it sets an excellently good example to such others of you who have achieved a similar fame yet

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Tuck School—An Explanation

ALL business may be defined roughly as enough money to purchase enough material and labor to manufacture or create enough product or service to be sold at a profit.

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