January 1943

Article

THIS IS OUR COLLEGE

Article

"Our Fight for Survival"

Class Notes

1936*

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Article

THIS IS OUR COLLEGE

Full Impact of War Strikes At Every Part of the Institution Preparing to Meet Many Crucial Problems

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Article

"Our Fight for Survival"

President Hopkins Delivers Keynote Address At Herald Tribune Forum in New York

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Class Notes

1936*

An explanation of the Class of 1936 Memorial Fund: December 5, 1942

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Article

Associated Schools—Fund Contributors

Medical School

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Class Notes

1918*

STEW TEAZE who has just bought himself a house in Maryland (son Bob is at Deerfield; Hanover next year) says, "I am working for the first time in my life on the B.E.W. with particular reference to Japan, and it is my first job now

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Class Notes

1940*

Lt. Scott Rogers, of the United States Army, is unable to continue in the post of class secretary-chairman. Since a successor has not been appointed as yet, Scott has asked me to write this month's column.

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Class Notes

1939*

Your Acting-Secretary is now writing from Washington, where he is hard at work learning about Naval guns, at the Navy Gun Factory. But he's a happy man too, for this month, he has more news than he ever had since taking over the

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Class Notes

1928*

With the men mentioned in this column the number of '28ers in uniform jumps from 90 last month to 102 on this first anniversary of Pearl Harbor. A year ago, 18 were in uniform.

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Class Notes

1931*

As the column goes to press at the urging of a hurried telegram from Hanover, we are overwhelmed by the Army and the continuous stream of new arrivals whose announcements have flooded our desk. Surprisingly enough the new

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Class Notes

1935*

New rulings by the proper authorities regarding censorship of class notes will necessitate our omitting considerable detailed information concerning the classification of naval officers. We're sorry this has to be, for the

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