May 1943

Lettter from the Editor

'Round the Girdled Earth

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THE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE

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Brief Biographies of Buildings

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Lettter from the Editor

'Round the Girdled Earth

CAPTAIN LINDSAY BEATON, M. C.'32 wrote the following letter to one of hisprofessors who prefers to remain anonymous, though I can say that the letter naturally delighted him.

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THE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE

Is It "Sunset or Sunrise" for the Independent College?

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Brief Biographies of Buildings

VIII. Woodward, Smith and Ripley Halls

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From the Mailbag

IN SENDING GIFTS to the Alumni Fund manynotes and letters accompany contributions. Following are abstracts from some of the Fund's mailbag which we are privileged to publish this month. —ED.

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Class Notes

1937

164 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, III

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Class Notes

1918

The Old French Army Officer (in the last guerre) Dave Garratt (Ch. 18ths 25th gift to Dartmouth) wept with joy and wanted so much to express his emotion in true French custom by smacking the right and left cheeks of F. D. (Col.

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Class Notes

1917

The 1917 Hats Off Department suggests remaining uncovered a little longer than usual this month, word of several well-deserved promotions having been received.

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1932

Mr. Frank Nagel Carleton's remark about the emptiness of The ALUMNI MAGAZINE Newsbank is well founded, and I open these columns with a repetition of my hope that you men who are doing hero's jobs on the domestic or foreign

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Dartmouth War Directory

[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]

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Class Notes

1942

Lucky Leo, my number one bookie onthe stem, told, me the other night that thesurest bet he had on his market these dayswas the Dartmouth Alumni Fund. Gentlemen, I vouch for Lucky Leo's reliabilityand most heartily recommend his suggestion to you.

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