February 1941

Article

Classicist Not Without Honor

Article

A Kind and Comfortable House

Article

The Undergraduate Chair

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Article

Classicist Not Without Honor

Royal Case Nemiah Faces the Educational Moderns with Skepticism, Relates Discipline to Beauty and Philosophy

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Article

A Kind and Comfortable House

A Tribute to Mother Rood Who Has Created an Eating Club of Rare Distinction and Unusual Popularity

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

Student Body Reacts Variously to Approaching Final Exams, Which Editor Calls Academic Roman Banquet

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Class Notes

1924*

Nice letter from Dick Henry reporting the December second meeting at the Dartmouth Club in New York. Bob Strong was the guest of honor. "Need I say, in passing, that there were the usual preliminaries, rounds and rounds,

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Class Notes

1939*

Dear Peter Cardozo, Back at the old stand again: Snow, Skis, and Slush for '39. By the way, if your classmates really think I'm writing this alphabet soup, you had better ask Redbook for a raise. But the boys are coming

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Class Notes

1921*

From Doug Storer: "On December 6, I had the pleasure of producing Bob Ripley's Believe It Or Not radio program from Nassau in the Bahamas. While there I had the unusual experience of being able to spend considerable time

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Article

Sullivan, Top Tax Man

The Nation's Huge Revenue Problems Are in the Lap of John Sullivan '21 at Washington

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Article

Hanover Browsing

Books for Clarification of the War, U. S. Defense and Foreign Policy Suggested by Dartmouth Defense Group

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Class Notes

1919*

The National Defense Program is causing many changes affecting the private lives of all of us. The most startling so far in relation to the Class of 1919 and the college is the transfer to West Point of Earl Blaik and his

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Class Notes

1917*

Wah-Hoo-Wah for Errol Thompson's son Linwood '41, who won his Varsity letter at end, playing in the St. Lawrence, Sewanee and Brown games.

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