June 1948

Books

Deaths

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1912

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Books

Deaths

A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number

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Class Notes

1918

As of March 26, Eddie Ferguson reported 94 men, women and children coming back to Reunion, which jumped to 146 on May 3, and by now may be well over 200 StewTeaze inquires about Hanover Holiday Doc Joe Quincy, Dorothy (Mrs.) and

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Class Notes

1912

This is the last opportunity to urge support by every classmate of the Alumni Fund and Boss Getter's role as Class Agent. Boss has been outstanding in that capacity and was so recognized by other class agents in their selection

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Article

Expedition to Hatteras

Students' Spring Trip Highlights Ecology Program

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Article

A SENIOR'S VERDICT

A Report on the First Year of "Great Issues" As Experienced in Seat 317 under the Balcony

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Class Notes

1943

This, gentlemen, is my "Swan Song as your Class Recorder of news, views, and all that stuff. The next column, a report on the Reunion, will be written by your new Scribe. The time is growing short—hope you have all made your

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Class Notes

1919

A close inspection of our Class picture, made in June, 1946, discloses a large silver attendance cup surrounded by Bob Stetcher,Jack McCrillis, Jim Davis, (holding one end) Red Colwell, (holding the other) Jack Clark and George

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Article

Tuck School

THE tabulation of the Tuck Alumni Questionnaires and Earning Cards is making progress. We have been proceeding slowly in the hope that we would be able to include a few additional late arrivals. The more complete the returns

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Class Notes

1934

VV ell, sir, a lot of damns have gone over the water since we gathered on these pages; and the magic wheel goes round and round and where it stops nobody knows. But, you say, all that has no place in this puny pillar of

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Class Notes

1915

From The Salem (Mass.) News comes word that Dr. Boynton Merrill, pastor of the First Congregational Church of Columbus, Ohio, was the guest preacher at the Union Lenten service in Masonic Temple during March. During the same

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