November 1948

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CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMERICA

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A Report from Europe

Class Notes

1924

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CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMERICA

Regardless of the election, "the next four years are certain to see the most determined effort to enact federal civil rights laws since the 1870s"

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A Report from Europe

"The summer is over; Ihe harvest is gathered in—and we are still not saved."

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1924

Memorial Fund Chairman, FRED C. SHANEMAN Box 1297, Tacoma, Wash. Guest Editor, PARKER L. JACKSON

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1918

A warm sunshiny day; a lovely golf club nestling under shady oaks; golfers o'er the lee; accordian music at dusk; a cocktail party attended by 50 '18ers and their wives (oysters aplenty); barber shop quartettes springing up

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Convocation Address

President Dickey's address at the Convocation Exercises opening Dartmouth's 180th year was delivered Friday morning, October i, before a student-faculty audience that filled Webster Hall to overflowing. It marked a departure from the short, informal talk with which President Dickey has opened each college year since taking office, and dealt with national affairs as well as with the educational purposes of the College. The address follows in full:

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Class Notes

1929

Faced with the prospects of a bare, or at best, meager column this month due to poor organization or something, a call for help brought forth the following splendid re- sponses for which I am most happy to ex- press my

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1912

Memorial Fund Chairman, HENRY B. VAN DYNE Box 521, Troy, Pa.

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Football in the Nineties

The following is from a longer account which Dr. Kelly has prepared as a valuable addition to the athletic history of the College.

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Class Notes

1938

Leading social event of the month, at least in the Hub of the Universe, was 1938's annual Beer Picnic, held as usual at Coke Barton's estate in Stoneham. In spite of one of the worst near-cloudbursts in Boston history, fifteen of

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1911

The man who has done the most to bring about class cohesion and unity is now dead. Frank Dodge died on September 17 suddenly at Dick's House in Hanover. It was because of his love for his classmates and in his great generosity

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