November 1931

Article

The Class of Nineteen Thirty-five

Sports

Football at Dartmouth in the Year 1931

Class Notes

CLASS of 1910

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Article

The Class of Nineteen Thirty-five

LOGICALLY, Professor Lingley, who has proved such an adept pinch hitter for the Director of Admissions and Dean of Freshmen this past year, should be writing this analysis because he has selected the class of 1935 in its entirety

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Sports

Football at Dartmouth in the Year 1931

IT SEEMS to be an entirely natural phenomenon that wherever two or three Dartmouth men are gathered together the conversation sooner or later includes a query in regard to this year's team. And by "team" at this time of the year

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Class Notes

CLASS of 1910

Attorney Gay Gleason has been cutting quite a wide swath in insurance counsel circles. Thanks to Pres. Pineo we have a clipping from The Insurance Field telling about the annual convention of the International Association of

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Class Notes

CLASS of 1930

Your Secretary has been expecting you guys to go into a slump for some time now, and for a while recently it began to appear that it had come. But all of a sudden the lads began rousing out of their summer lassitude, so that at

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Class Notes

CLASS of 1926

The following is the first of a series of letters written by each member of the executive committee to the class. In the next issue, Tiny Marsans will feature Hanover and contacts he has had with 1926 men while coaching

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Class Notes

CLASS of 1929

Here it is the last day before this copy must be in, and a certain old married man is just beginning to realize that there are other duties to perform besides those incident to settling a bride into a two-room apartment and

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Class Notes

CLASS of 1911

The saddest news of the past month was the sudden death of Ted Farnsworth at his home in Boston on September 15. A more complete notice will be found in the obituary notices of this issue. A gracious acknowledgment of the

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Class Notes

CLASS of 1931

Yep! In the big city now. And most anxiously watching the mails for word from you. I will not go into any further classification of those who are biding their time about releasing news of their activities. Last month, your

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Article

College Park

THE attractiveness of the wooded area known as College Park is due to the far-sighted generosity of Judge Joel Parker, a distinguished graduate in the class of 1811 and later the first president of the Alumni Association. In 1867 he

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Class Notes

A TRAVELOG BY FRED CHASE

Dear Arthur: I found your letter awaiting me when I returned to my office on August 20, and I thank you for your kind offer of unlimited space in the columns of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE for an account of my trip abroad. Perhaps

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