June 1949

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Music at Dartmouth

Class Notes

1918

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Salmon P. Chase

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Music at Dartmouth

THE purpose of this article is simply to survey the musical activities at Dartmouth. Because the scope of this topic is greater than the casual reader might suspect, the writer has not gone into great detail, but has held more

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1918

Alice and Tom Sturgess are folks 'iBers would like to see. One son grad. Trinity; other, Yale. With the largest general insurance business in New Haven, Alice and Tom spend a lot of time yachting and own a fast power cruiser in

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Salmon P. Chase

I WILL tell you how it is with Chase," said Abraham Lincoln to a friend in 1864. "He thinks he ought to be President; he has no doubt whatever about that. It is inconceivable to him why the people have not found it out—why they

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1897

When it seemed best for me to leave Boston in 1899 because New York was calling, I quit the Pinkney St. Gang with a heavy heart. My new job was with the firm of Waring, Chapman and Farquhar. Colonel Waring and his associates

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1937

Due to pressure of business WhiteyFuller has asked to be relieved of his post as Secretary of the class. We sincerely regret that Whitey finds this to be necessary, but with respect to his wishes we accept his resignation. Bib

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1926

Last month, when I started to write these notes, I had spring fever and a nostalgic yearning to see Hanover in the spring. This month the spring fever has reached a new pitch and the yearning has turned to impatience because

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The Undergraduate Chair

IT was about one o'clock on a hot May afternoon when I went to see Vladimir Baronetsky and Kirill Abromovich two of the five young European displaced persons, who joined the Dartmouth student body last fall. They offered me a

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1923

Hanover Rump Reunion, July 15 and 16. BeThere!

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1931

The news has come in well this past month. Tower Snow helped out no end with details of the '3l dinner in Boston. Al Beisel, JohnnyBenson, John Boermeester, Dave Berkum,Dick Chase, Frank Clarkson, Charlie Dwyer,Jim Frame, Jim Godfrey, Mai

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1915

The newspapers of last month confirmed the resignation of Jim Forrestal from the Office of National Defense and his return to private life. The record of his accomplishments as a Cabinet Officer during World War II are now a

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