April 1949

Article

THE ARCTIC

Article

Concerning Admissions

Lettter from the Editor

Letter from Oxford

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Article

THE ARCTIC

An Expert View of the Northern Polar Regions, New Frontier of Study and International Interest

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Article

Concerning Admissions

The Selective Process, Reaching Its Climax This Month, Is Discussed by the Alumni Council's Admissions Chairman

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Lettter from the Editor

Letter from Oxford

Our Series of Reports from Abroad Continues with A View of England

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Class Notes

1918

Pandemonium broke loose! No one could find the huge silver cup won by '18 at the big N. Y. Dart. Alumni dinner at the Commodore Jan. 26. Where was it? Suspicions of the Commodore staff strained relations. HortChandler had it. "It

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Article

Deaths

[ A listing of deaths of within 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

1929

"Where, oh where, are the grand oldseniors?"

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Class Notes

1914

Station WDBS Announcer: "From the grand piano in the Hanover Inn, comes the introductory strains o£ 'lf I Had You' the theme song of Friday night guest performer, Ted Glazer This week-end, Hanover is welcoming back the (famous)

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Class Notes

1923

Last month we served up for you the first of a series—a long series, we hope—of personal reminiscences written by members of the Class. That one was turned out by PudgeNeidlinger. This month we have one for you by Joe Pick, and we

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Class Notes

1928

Believe it or not, boys, it's only a little over two months until Reunion. It's time you were making definite plans to be in Hanover on Friday, June 17 at noon, or earlier if you can make it.

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Class Notes

1924

This issue will be in the nature of a news round-up. First we'll hear from Ken Davis in Manchester with a report on the program arranged by the Reunion Committee. Come in Manchester

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