December 1949

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OUR GREATEST ISSUE

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New Development Council Formed

Class Notes

1923

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Article

OUR GREATEST ISSUE

A Dartmouth Economist Defines It As Pseudo-Liberalism, "A Wretched Counterfeit in the Form of State Paternalism"

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Article

New Development Council Formed

It Has the Job of Finding the Funds Required to Meet Dartmouth's Needs

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Class Notes

1923

These lines are being composed in the piney woods of Mississippi, where we have some acreage devoted to the growing of tung trees. This is the time of year when the tung nuts mature and fall to the ground, to be harvested and

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Class Notes

1918

Tom Campbell, as Commissioner of Parks and Public Works of Denver, Colo., welcomed the Natl. Urban League to Denver at their annual conference in Sept. on behalf of Mayor Quigg Newton. Les Granger says, "It was my first sight of

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Class Notes

1943

Here we are once again, dear readers. Ifyou remember our last class notes column,you will recall that we had to close with onlya hint of what we had in store for you thismonth, namely an account of the PriddyMosbacher team in the international

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It's An Old Spanish Custom of Speech

With Few Biscuits (So He Says) An Alumnus Tells of His Courtship of Spanish Language

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Class Notes

1905

While the ranks of our class are continuing to grow thinner with the loss of Judge (Brick)Reeve and Harry Richards, some of the class are still moving forward to new distinctions. For instance, Chancellor (Rufus) Day of Cornell was

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Class Notes

1930

Certainly of interest to the Class should be a report of 1930 s Executive Committee meeting in New York on October 28. The past and present members of the Executive Committee aggregate 35 in number and it is certainly a tribute

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Class Notes

1912

A colorful report of the Dartmouth-Harvard "get-together" is authored by LymeArmes:

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Class Notes

1925

REUNION DATES NEXT JUNE 9-10-11 Madeleine "Eddie" Edwards has sent in this letter for our wives:

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