January 1949

Article

Technology: Trouble-Maker or Trouble-shooter

Class Notes

1918

Article

You're a V.I.P.* To the A.R.O.

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Article

Technology: Trouble-Maker or Trouble-shooter

"Great Issues" Lecturer Charts Growth of Social Problems Resulting from Modern Applied Science

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Class Notes

1918

Jim Salisbury is doing a fine job in the Adv. Dept. of Johnson and Johnson (New Brunswick, N. J.), commutes at dawn from N. Y. City but enjoys luxuriously a millionaire's breakfast returning by train up the Hudson to his

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Article

You're a V.I.P.* To the A.R.O.

The Alumni Records Office Keeps an Eye on 23,000 Dartmouth Men and Has Fun as Well as Headaches.

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Class Notes

1935

We start the new year with both your Secretary and the ALUMNI MAGAZINE feeling a little embarrassed about the December issue. Jeff Jackson, good scribe of '34 who precedes us, had ended with a bit of praise for our past efforts

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Article

A Trip to Saudi Arabia

The following excerpts are from an accountwritten by Laurence I. Hewes '98 concerningthe trip to Saudi Arabia which he made nearthe end of 1946, at the invitation of King IbnSaud, to advise on the construction of a 300-mile road from the Persian

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Lettter from the Editor

Letter from Berlin

The Third in the Series of Reports By Dartmouth Men in Other Lands

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Class Notes

1912

During the past year every classmate has now received "on behalf of all the '12ers" a birthday greeting—although sometimes due to the stress of circumstances they did not always arrive exactly on time. The reaction has been

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Article

Out By the Golf Links

AS ONE WHO, at an early age, left the A top floor of the Howe Library, made his way by Conestoga wagon to the regions out by the golf links, settled there, and has lived there happily for many years, I have been asked to set

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Class Notes

1921

First off, an apology is in order to our esteemed immediate Past President, J. WilliamEmbree Jr. of Chicago, who wrote, "I have received the greatest amount of ribbing about my failure to do something which I actually did, that I

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Class Notes

1915

At a candlelight ceremony Thursday afternoon, Sept. 9, in the State Street Congregational Church of Portland, Me., Miss Lois Carmen Libby became the bride of Norman H. Parrott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Parrott of

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