November 1943

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ROBERT FROST RETURNS

Article

WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER

Lettter from the Editor

Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces

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Article

ROBERT FROST RETURNS

Poet Welcomed Back to Dartmouth as Ticknor Fellow

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Article

WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER

Dartmouth Humanist and Prophet of Our Opportunity

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Lettter from the Editor

Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces

AIR CADET ARTHUR H. STEIN JR.'43 was killed last July in an air accident in Missouri. Art was a great fisherman and trapper but he was also something of a poet, and I want to publish thisone short poem of his at this time.

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Class Notes

1918

Comdr. Al. Rice in charge of Prep schools at Colgate and R.P.I., as well as the W.T.S. schools at Cornell. Union College, etc., hopes to recharge his batteries after months of terrific strain by going hunting for ten days this fall.

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Class Notes

1937

Fran Fenn reports that the early rush in response to his "SEND YOUR SLUG TO FRAN FOR RUG" campaign has dwindled, and that there is still more response needed in order to meet current obligations including the group subscription

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Class Notes

1917

Another good '17er and old Navy man has appeared in the Armed Forces in the person of Lt. (j.g.) Charlie Dixon, late of Rochester, N. H., and now stationed at Villa Deste Hotel, Miami, Fla. Charlie sent no details about himself,

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Class Notes

1932

REPORT ON HANOVER: Your correspondent, having sneaked away with a bone in his teeth, from the gentle, rolling vales of New Jersey, is responsibly writing this batch of class notes on location, so to speak, and by that is really

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Class Notes

1912

Doc O'Connor recently returned from a two weeks' trip to the Pacific Coast made in connection with the affairs of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. In Los Angeles he gathered Nipper Knapp, Brian Robie, Ole

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Class Notes

1919

We have a message for you from Spider Martin, fresh from a visit to the College on the Hill: "I have just returned from a vacation of one week spent in Hanover. While the time was short, I never have had a vacation which I

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Class Notes

1940

This past month was an active one as far as receiving news from our classmates is concerned. Several of the letters recounted quite vividly some of the more recent engagements which we in the States have only read about in the

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