November 1942

Article

The American Dream: Growth of a Nation

Article

College Finances Sound

Class Notes

1918*

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Article

The American Dream: Growth of a Nation

WHAT DO WE MEAN by the American Dream? Is it Henry Thoreau "signing oil" from institutions that limited his independence? Is it Alexander Hamilton turning to and working for the adoption of a Constitution that he did not

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Article

College Finances Sound

Treasurer's Report for 1941-42 Shows Balanced Books And Moderate War Reserve, Thanks to Alumni Fund

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Class Notes

1918*

LET YOUR SNAPSHOTS FLY—SEND THEM TO DICK HOLTON—for a friendly album at our 25th, 26th, 7th or 8th—who knows? That's why PAUL MATHER sent in his. Says Paul "I was delighted with the promotion since selection is keen— have been

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Class Notes

1936*

The Marine Corps has given official notification of the death in action in the Solomon Islands region of Captain Richard Huerth. Many of us will recall that upon graduation, Dick was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the

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Sports

Big Green Teams

Victories by Spirited Eleven, Sparked by Talented Backfield Aces, Distinguish '43 Season

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Sports

THOSE WERE HAPPY DAYS

MEMORIES—THE GOOD ONES—bring solace to advancing years. They lessen the rigors of living, and titilate ego long since deflated. The happy days in college were the days when a man could be a big shot without money; when the

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Class Notes

1934*

4 A.M.—OCT. 8—A.W.S. OBSERVATION POST This suicide shift gets better each time I get up here on the hill. New stove now, plenty of heat and a new system that allows me six good hours of sleep before I come up (if I have brains

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Class Notes

1929*

Two more of our doctors are in the Army: Capt. Howard G. Nichols and Major Frank P. Foster. Nick leaves his Haver- hill (Massachusetts) practice for Fort Devens while Frank gives up his post at the Lahey Clinic for the wings of

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

Long-Range Planning to Improve Society's Ills, With Big Job to be Done Now, Much in Undergraduate Mind

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Class Notes

1925*

You will read of Frank Hershey's passing in the Necrology Section. My first memory of Frank was on the morning we formally entered Dartmouth and were making out a series of forms in the Administration Building. I can still see

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