October 1948

Article

Should the Athlete Rate a Preference?

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1921

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Article

Should the Athlete Rate a Preference?

Former Admissions Officer, Now on the DCAC's Side, Discusses the Old Question Of the "Well-Rounded" Boy

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Class Notes

1918

HOLY CROSS GAME, Oct. 9-1918 Highball Party, Graduate Club, Hanover, after the game (Tues. Columbus Day makes it a great weekend). Charge—s1.00 each for pretzels, soda and steward, but 8.Y.0.L. Please notify Stumpie (D. L.)

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Class Notes

1921

This first fall column couldn't possibly begin any other way than with a report of our record in the 1948 Alumni Fund and an appreciation of the Spark-plug who was in very large measure responsible for that record. 1921 WON

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Class Notes

1926

The heat wave which enveloped the country during the last week of August also embraced the Hanover plain. The heat, however, did not deter some twenty-three members of the class, together with wives and children totaling an

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Class Notes

1917

This issue, being the first since we signed off in June, will have a lot of news that is still news but fairly old. I hope you men will send in some reports of your activities during the summer or else these notes will become very

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Class Notes

1912

Lyme Armes makes the following report on the progress of our Memorial Book Fund program:

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Class Notes

1915

The big news for this month's column is the resignation as Class Agent of Jack Mason and his appointment as General Chairman of the Alumni Fund for the next two years. Your Executive Committee, after due consideration, has

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Class Notes

1920

A long and happy summer has brought news from many people and places.

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1934

Happy October, Mr. and Mrs. Thirty-Four, and what's hell about hello? By way of proving beyond all peradventure that nothing exceeds like excess, here is the tribe scribe back to plague you injuns for still another term. And a

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1916

To open with a gala note, we record the marriage of Miss Catherine Magill, daughter of Ros and Mrs. Magill, to William Prescott Holden, July 16. The bride graduated from Vassar in 1946, and did graduate work in history at Yale.

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