October 1950

Sports

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Man on the Job . . . for Thirty Years

Class Notes

1918

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Sports

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That's the sum and substance of the football picture here at the moment. Dartmouth may have problems in maintaining its standards, but McLaughry has overcome problems before witness the 1949 campaign during which the Big

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Man on the Job . . . for Thirty Years

Willard M. Gooding ' 11, Rarely in the Limelight, Keeps the Plant Ticking

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Class Notes

1918

On this, the beginning of our 13th year in editing these notes, we thank you for the pleasure of reuning with friends each month and for the conscientious way you voluntarily send in news regularly about classmates and they

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Class Notes

1923

Resuming our stint with our 1927 Woodstock, model 4, which has been silent since June, we are pleased to hope that all of you had nice summers, full of sunshine, fish, travel and the other things you like most to

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Class Notes

1905

Your new secretary with his wife Mildred has done a bit of traveling during the past spring and summer. April 1 they left for California, with a congenial friend to drive them, to visit Mildred's married son and daughter, and to

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THERE'S METHOD Behind the Fall Madness

A FEW WEEKS before the start of the A 1950 football season, Business Manager Irving Smith '41 of the Dartmouth Athletic Council will receive some special requests for press box tickets. These requests will come from

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Class Notes

1949

The bulletin from Hanover says, "Notes are due soon, so get at it!" So here I am back at my pleasant job trying to please you guys who by now are spread all over the map, especially with Korea popping up at the wrong time.

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Class Notes

1948

In the heat of exams and enthusiasm over spending the summer in the Grand Tetons of Wyoming as a forest ranger and the next two years as our class's emissary at Oxford in Merrie England, Sonny neglected to mention that someone

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Class Notes

1934

They tell me that happy is the Sec who sits down to his little Unique Jr., up to his whatsis in stuff to string together in deathless prose and unhaunted by any grinding, clashing noises hanging over from what he originally

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Class Notes

1932

That new car I mentioned in the June column arrived just in time for our August vacaion and made it a complete success. For anyone with three or more children it's the car of good sense-an all-steel station wagon which looks

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