February 1950

Class Notes

1918

Article

Back to Hanover in December

Class Notes

1905

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Class Notes

1918

Jim and Mary Ellen Carpenter no doubt will be in Miami when this appears—Jim plans to attend the big 1918 N. Y. City Dartmouth Alumni dinner at the Commodore Hotel April 12 when '18 has a private room and a real party. Said

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Article

Back to Hanover in December

As we move away from our old moorings at our Alma Mater and sometimes have little fears that it is all in the past, I think we ought to buy a railroad ticket and go to Hanover in a part of the year when the real College, with

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Class Notes

1905

No issue of these notes would be complete without some new item about Rufus Day, Chancellor 0f Cornell, indicating that the Goddess of Retirement is finding him a rather refractory prospect. This time, we observe him in the

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Class Notes

1943

During the past month we have had access to a proverbial gold mine of information namely the first batch of returns on the questionnaires which the Alumni Records office sent to all members of our class as part of its periodic

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Article

"Of the People, By the People, For the People..."

These Famous Words of Abraham Lincoln's May Have Originated with Daniel Webster

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Class Notes

1936

Lads of '36 (and lasses), hark, ye best of Dartmouth classes, listen while we chase the blues, hear our torch song, catch your cues. 'Tis a rollcall, long not thrifty, occasioned by the new year—so, occasioned by too few a

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Class Notes

1923

First off, a doffing of the Metzel fedora to the 143 gentlemen of the Class, who, as of this blizzardy January evening, have come through with nicely filled out copies of the Class Questionnaire. The information they have

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Class Notes

1934

Holy Cow! This is wunderbar! You grand guys have swamped us with all kinds of interesting items. So gather 'round, now, and dip into these tasty morse.ls—there's plenty for all.

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FIRST COLLEGE MEET

Skiing History Made 36 Years Ago This Month

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Class Notes

1929

At the Class Executive Committee meeting in New York last November it came to light that a number of those present had never received the Class Directory which was mailed out last May and which should have been received by

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