November 1940

Article

Charles A. Proctor

Article

Can I Get In?

Class Notes

1926*

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Article

Charles A. Proctor

One of the Foremost Teachers Is a Versatile Man Of Varied Interests and Distinctive Achievements

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Article

Can I Get In?

Not As An Undergraduate But In Advanced Status of Full-Blown Alumnus Is the Question

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Class Notes

1926*

Last month we told you that we had received a most interesting letter from Dick Haywood. Now that space permits, we are pleased to give it to you in its entirety:

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Class Notes

1918*

NEW YORK—NOV. 8— NIGHT BEFORE PRINCETON GAME—Foregathering of '16, '17, '18, '19, etc., Dartmouth Club—30 E. 37th St.— 6 P.M. Class Dinner.

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Class Notes

1931*

If the enthusiasm for our Reunion next June, as indicated by the fellows who have sent in their checks for the Class Dues, continues, we are not only going to take the cup for the largest attendance and trim our good friends in

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Class Notes

1921*

The use of the phrase TUMULTUOUS TWENTIETH in last month's installment set off a train of consequences which may stop anywhere. This corner already MS been besieged with communications suggesting improved slogans. TREMENDOUS

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Class Notes

1919*

Here's a "MUST" date for every '19er who will be in the New York area the week-end of the Princeton Game. The Classes of '16, '17, '18 and '19 are having dinner together at the New York Dartmouth Club, go E. 37th St., on Friday

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Class Notes

1917*

The mostest super-collosal parties 1917 ever held in New Haven and Boston at the big games, went into October history . . ; . we hope .... too bad these notes went to press four weeks ago .... and we'll have to wait until next

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Class Notes

1922*

Greetings Twoters: Next month we will have a complete report on our annual Night-Before-the- Harvard-Game dinner at the University Club in Boston October 25. As these notes go to press in early October all we can tell you is

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Class Notes

1935*

The cockles of our heart are still aglow with the steady influx of newsbearing postals. In this we are not alone: our mailma?ihas been having a field day.. For over 22 years, since the days when we were receiving mash notes from

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