May 1944

Article

THE GREEN FLIES HIGH

Class Notes

1914

Lettter from the Editor

'Round the Girdled Earth

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Article

THE GREEN FLIES HIGH

A Review of Recent, Record-Breaking Athletic Success

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Class Notes

1914

As these notes go to press, the Class is indirectly being honored by Boston University, in that L. D. White professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago has accepted an invitation to deliver a series of three

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Lettter from the Editor

'Round the Girdled Earth

Letters from Dartmouth Men in the Armed Forces

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Class Notes

1917

The New York gang met at the Dartmouth Club March 13 with Karl, the Kompetent Kampaigner, as the particular attraction, and hospitable Rounderupper Tom Cotton making sure that all the inner men were amply satisfied. The Old

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Class Notes

1934

Greetings! That's a mighty tough way to open up any communication these days as far as we civilians are concerned. But it has the advantage of assuring me complete reader interest for that same group. At least, I've found myself

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Class Notes

1918

Nipper Knapp's son is a Marine in V-12 at Hanover. Also Rev (Walt) Wiley's son—.... Denverite, Johnny Cunningham's daughter, Betty, was elected .to Who's Who in American Colleges—at Colo. U

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Class Notes

1933

Brace yourselves, men. You're in for a shock. This department has hung out a lot of crepe in recent months and done a lot of crying for news, for dues, and for something more than peanuts for the Alumni Fund. Not this time. No

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Class Notes

1904

The Nashua, N. H. Telegraph "Nashuans in service" column of April 6th has this interesting paragraph "Lieut. John D. Terrien U. S. Army Air Force who has been in India more than a year flying the Burma to China Supply Route has

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Class Notes

1919

Those of us who heard President Hopkins speak at the Dartmouth Club of New York on April 13 count ourselves fortunate indeed to have been among those present. We can look ahead with confidence for the future of a great College

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Class Notes

1929

Down from the Alaskan Highway has just come President Larry Lougee's approval of Duke Barto and Beedie Brisbin's recommendation that our Fifteenth Reunion be observed, pending better days, by small Reunion Dinners to be held

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