October 1943

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Dartmouth War Directory

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THE GIFTED CROSBYS

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A LESSON IN ADAPTABILITY

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Dartmouth War Directory

[Continued from previous issues of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE]

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THE GIFTED CROSBYS

Oldest Dorm Bears Name of Famous Hanover Family

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A LESSON IN ADAPTABILITY

College and Faculty Equal to Demands of V-12 Program

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Class Notes

1937

"Send your slug to Fran for Rug!" is the motto this year. Frann Fenn at Sunset Farm, W. Hartford, Conn., is acting treasurer for Art Ruggles. The slug is $3 and is necessary in order to maintain our 37 organization. Fran is as

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Class Notes

1918

Dated August 23, an airmail letter from GEORGE ARNOLD, from the. Middle East: "Gene arrived six weeks ago and is stationed up the Delta. He stayed with me one night. I am attached to the Royal Navy out here. Been here since

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Class Notes

1917

Well, here we are again. It was a good summer for all, we sincerely hope, albeit a busy one. But didn't it go by quickly! There have been a number of good letters and bits of news which it is a pleasure to give you herewith and

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1919

We have two letters from the Pacific war area. The first, dated July 23, is from Capt. Byron Long, c/o P.M. San Francisco, Calif.: "Just thought I'd drop you a line to let you know I am way out here at the end of no-place in the

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With Big Green Teams

Dartmouth Launches Gridiron Season with Bright Prospects; V-12 Stars from Other Colleges Provide Unusual Interest

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Class Notes

1932

FOR WHOM THE WEDDING-BELL TOLLS DEPARTMENT. This department, after a month or two in which one might have suspected that Dan Cupid was in roughly the position of Milton's "Fair Infant Dying of a Cough," is looking up once more,

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1942

THE SPIRIT OF '42

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