October 1949

Article

The President Comments On the Cirrotta Tragedy

Sports

FOOTBALL—1949

Article

Dartmouth Seeks Growth of Its Scholarship Funds

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Article

The President Comments On the Cirrotta Tragedy

LATE IN AUGUST, in response to a letter of inquiry from Hilton C. Buley, New Hampshire~State Commissioner of Education, President Dickey made a lengthy statement concerning the death of Raymond J. Cirrotta '49. For the benefit

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Sports

FOOTBALL—1949

THE PROBLEM before the house, gentlemen, is to keep possession of the ball. As long as we can do that, we are reasonably sure to score a number of touchdowns. As long as we can't, the opposition is reasonably sure to do

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Article

Dartmouth Seeks Growth of Its Scholarship Funds

THE RECORD reads something like this: NAME: Tom..... AGE 18 HOME TOWN: Madison, Wisconsin

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Class Notes

1918

The enviable spot we find ourselves in as we approach the 11th happy year of the privilege of communing with '18ers (as we write these notes monthly) is something we have felt a bit selfish about and would rather share with

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Class Notes

1926

Another summer has rolled by—a good one for everyone, I hope—and I am once more faced with the task of attempting to report all that has happened since last I penned a column in May. Since that time the class has been a busy

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Class Notes

1923

Bunny Metzel, who is my bride, and I were East this summer for awhile, and so we had a chance to do some '23 visiting around and about, before and after the FLANIGAN GYMKANA at Hanover July 15, 16, and 17. Our first experience

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Class Notes

1905

A certain amount of housekeeping is always needed for keeping a family or a class together. As friendly a group as we of '05 are and devoted to Dartmouth, we need some work done in order that our friendships may grow. It is

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Class Notes

1943

Did you take our advice and have a good summer? Well anyway, four months and a couple of sunburns later we are back again with our first offering for a new publication year. Careful readers will note that our address has changed

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Article

Remember John Spagett?

The author is the wife of Everett M.Baker '24, Dean of Students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the recipient in June of Dartmouth's honoraryDoctorate of Divinity. The article first appeared in the magazine YANKEE, whoseeditors have

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Class Notes

1935

Once again the curtain rises. Another year of notes and news. Of births and various surprises. Of secretaries singing blues. Once again I have a hatfull. Letters coming out of my ears. So relax I'm feeling grateful. Later on

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