April 1941

Article

Ernest Martin Hopkins: A 25-Year Retrospect

Class Notes

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Class Notes

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Article

Ernest Martin Hopkins: A 25-Year Retrospect

For a Quarter-Century Dartmouth College Has Grown Immeasurably in Stature, Spirit, and Prestige Under the Wise and Far-Sighted Guidance of a Great College President

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1921*

Jack Campbell submits the most publishable letter received by this correspondent during the month: "Here's the story, in capsule form. On Aug. 29, 1939, I married Doris Lovell, Smith '2l. On Aug. gi, 1940, Trevor and Clive

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Whatever you may happen to think of the draft, it's an ill wind that blows no good, for Von Pechmann's number came up the last time the wheel spun around in his bailiwick; he's off for the army, sir, and the streets of

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1923*

With this, the Annual Alumni Fund Issue of the MAGAZINE, the 1941 AlumniFund Campaign officially gets under way.It is almost unnecessary to bring to yourattention the tremendous proven value ofthe Alumni Fund to Dartmouth College.In latter years

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1930*

The movies of our tenth reunion have been completed and are now in Hanover, ready for showings at class dinners, smokers and beer parties. Joe Golan has assembled and edited two fair sized reels, approximately six hundred feet,

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1940*

I know a man in the Class oE 1940 who is in debt to Dartmouth College to the extent of two dollars and eighty cents.

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1937*

Even the skiers are glad to see Spring come. The world seems to take a deep breath and begin all over again. The mud in Hanover takes on a new light. Soon the rationalizing sun-bathers will appear. And then what? We planned to

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HERE AND THERE

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1928*

The annual '28 Current Events Survey conducted by Class Agent Paul Kruming has elicited a large number of replies. A study of the replies received in the four weeks preceding March 9, (the date these notes must be mailed to

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1935*

Our Brother Monagan,'Keeper of theKeys for the Class of '33, has recently said that writing this column is no fun, that it demands constancy and concentration, that it demands fertility and industry, and that

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