June 1937

Article

Mr. Tuck 75 Years After Graduation

Article

College of a Thousand Elms

Class Notes

Class of 1927

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Article

Mr. Tuck 75 Years After Graduation

THE SENIOR GRADUATE OF THE COLLEGE IS DARTMOUTH'S GREATEST AND MOST THOUGHTFUL BENEFACTOR

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Article

College of a Thousand Elms

HISTORY OF THE FAMOUS TREES THAT GRACE THE STREETS AND CAMPUS; THE THREAT OF DISEASE AND DEATH

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Class Notes

Class of 1927

As we go to press Doane is still confined at the Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. This wing-mending proposition turned out to be a slow process, and it seemed best to trust Doane's facile pen to willing but fumbling fingers. From

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Article

How Does the College Change?

HANOVER REVEALED IN ITS NEW BUT FAMILIAR BEAUTY TO ONE RETURNING FROM THE "LARGER WORLD"

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Class Notes

Class of 1931

AN ACE IN THE HOLE!

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Class Notes

Class of 1936

About a year ago at this time, it seems to me that we were all perspiring and fretting over comprehensives. A year ago—how time slips away from us and how anniversaries spring upon us to remind us all that we are getting

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Class Notes

Class of 1910

A GRAND TRIP to Europe for Andy, Bertha, and Marjorie Scarlett, who are on the Atlantic as this is being written Andy and family rate everything possible!

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Class Notes

Class of 1926

You are now reading the last of my ravings for the current year. I am pleased at the thought of a three months' vacation, and I am sure that you will be pleased not to be subjected to my poor attempt at rhetoric until the

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The Undergraduate Chair

SPRING DAYS in Hanover are full days. Baseball games, intramural as well as intercollegiate, track and football practice, crew races—yes, the Dartmouth crew is really an active activity at last—and then, too, there are the

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Gradus Ad Parnassum

THE SENIOR living graduate of the College, Edward Tuck of the class of 1862, observes this month the 75th anniversary of his graduation. As Professor Childs points out in his article commemorating the event in this issue of

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