December 1942

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Hanover's First Aid Maestro

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Dartmouth War Directory

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The Five Maries

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Hanover's First Aid Maestro

Sidney C. Hazelton '09 Has Taught Red Cross Course To More Than 1,000 Enthusiastic Volunteers

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Dartmouth War Directory

Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE

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The Five Maries

A Little-Known Story of How Two Dartmouth Presidents Married Descendants of a French Aristocrat

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Class Notes

1918*

Of Jay Lefevre Dartmouth men will encore "amply qualified"—a nice guy, and not bad looking (didn't miss a woman's vote in a dozen counties). Party leaders went after Jay, the lumber, coal and feed dealer of New Paltz, N. Y.

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Class Notes

1935*

If we can just stop gloating over the very abundant supply of news, this column will practically write itself. Our mailman has been having himself a field-day, though of course once in awhile there's a postal he can't quite make

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Sports

Big Green Teams

Douglas' Punting Feature of Victory Over Princeton; Season Closes With Exciting Win Over Columbia

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Class Notes

1917*

Well, they were good weekends, those of the Harvard and Yale games, even though the latter encounter did not seem to come out just right. And what with the "night before" meeting in Boston and the open-house at Bob and Anita

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Article

Hanover Browsing

"School of the Citizen Soldier" Is Timely And Instructive; New Book By Survivor Of Spanish War Is Recommended

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Class Notes

1939*

HERE AND THERE

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Class Notes

1919*

E. M. Howard is Lt. in the Navy. Writing from a foreign station, he says: "Once again I am in the service of Uncle Sam. In 1918 I served in the Army, so this time I chose the Navy. Am the executive officer of this battalion,

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