February 1944

Lettter from the Editor

Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces

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WOMEN OF DARTMOUTH

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THE POSTWAR MAJOR

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Lettter from the Editor

Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces

NOTE: The Department of Art at DartmouthCollege is interested in getting thenames of men who have done somesketching or painting while in the servicefor a show of war paintings and drawingsafter the war. Will any men whoread this column and are

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WOMEN OF DARTMOUTH

Distaff Division, Always Loyal, Steps to Fore in War

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THE POSTWAR MAJOR

Former Dartmouth Teacher Suggests New Approach

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Class Notes

1918

In accepting the award for the Reid Machinery Co., Inc., James T. Duffy Jr. said, "This 'E' award signifies that the equipment we are producing is important. It is equally important that we continue to produce war material in

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Class Notes

1934

Lots of you seem to be interested in what is going to be done about a reunion this year. Obviously nothing very much can be planned, and even though I've searched for some nifty ideas on the subject, the obstacles encountered

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BUTTERFIELD HALL

Newest Dorm Bears Name of a Dartmouth Graduate of 1839

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Class Notes

1936

The Class of 1936 has added another Gold Star to its Service Flag as word has been received that Capt. Gil Portmore of the Army Air Force was killed in action on January 2, 1944. His obituary notice appears in this issue. Again

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Class Notes

1917

A recent letter from Helen Kipp enclosed the pictures which appear herewith. She writes, "A father and son combination of which lam very proud."—Lt. Comdr. Walter, overseas, and Ensign Douglas '43 stationed in San Diego. As a

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1919

You are about to see an "Alpha—Omega" act in this column. The Alpha comes next month, with J. Kenneth Huntington, 103 Aviemore Drive, New Rochelle, N. Y., officiating. Ken has been an active and loyal member of our class since

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WATCHMAN, WHAT OF THE NIGHT?

This story is told with quite a number of variations, but they all end up with a trainee writing home to the folks that he was "writing this while standing watch,' and receiving in answer the query, "Watching what?" The

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