May 1949

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PAUL SAMPLE

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1929

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1918

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PAUL SAMPLE

Dartmouth's Artist-in-Residence, Steadily Growing in Stature as American Painter, Is Stimulus To An Expanding Art Colony In Both College and Community

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1929

The two pictures which grace this column were not taken at the same time, even though Herb Bissell's only change in appearance is a somewhat more distinguished air than when he was Editor-in-Chief of the 1929 Aegis. Recently,

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1918

Bachelor Tom Jones, who in the 25th Reunion Questionnaire gave his employer as the Accounting Dept. of the U. S. Govt., stepped up to the altar on Feb. 26; Martha Laney being the lucky girl. At home Moultrie Star Route, St.

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The Experimental Theatre

Pioneer Work Started by Prof. E. Bradlee Watson '02, Twenty-Two Years Ago Has Borne Rich Creative Fruit

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1931

It is appropriate that we start the column with news of Ed Studwell. Ernie Moore, DickHolbrook, Bill Schuldenfrei, Charlie McAllister, your Secretary, and Ed were enjoying a late supper at Paddy's Clam House on West 35th after a

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1934

As we write this, March has just taken it on the lamb (in the East, that is—reports from further west indicate a more leonine exit), the New York Flower Show has bloomed and faded and the sap is running freely in our Royal

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Elder Statesmen

His mihi rebus, Scipio, levis est senectus, nec solum non molesta, sed etiam iucunda."—Cicero, De Senectute.

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1923

From Cleveland, Ohio, comes the intelligence that Al Merritt has recently been named manager of the brokerage department and employee consultation service of the Wischmeyer and Plante General Agency of the John Hancock Life

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1926

It's spring (at least this is the last day of March on which I am writing and it looks like spring!) and this young (?) man's fancy turns to thoughts o£ duck boards on the campus; buds on the Bulletin Elm (the only tree now more

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1897

I think back often to classes in college andhow I knew so little and John Poor knew somuch always bothered me. He told me howhe woke up once, I think he said all at once,to realize how little he knew and how muchthere was to know. Said he made up

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