May 1951

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Deaths

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Blueprinor Survival

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He Values the Rare In Books and Life

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Deaths

[A listing of deaths of word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number]

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Blueprinor Survival

Liberal Arts Education, Buttressed by Public Support And Understanding, Is the Free World's Best Hope

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He Values the Rare In Books and Life

HARMLESS drudges," Dr. Johnson called lexicographers, though he himself wrote a dictionary. Some librarians seem like lexicographers. At least some of our brisker alumni think so. A librarian associates on close terms with

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Class Notes

1918

Think of a guy that would send you a post- card from tropical Acapulco, Mexico, to land in N. Y. in bitter cold Feb.! It read, "just a card to let you know Sue and I are enjoying 80° summer here in Acapulco instead of sub- zero

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1949

This month I'm in the enviable position of having so much news that I can't possibly get it all in without overcutting it, if I can at all. However in my job that's certainly nothing to grumble at, and I can only say that I wish it

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Class Notes

1905

On a beautiful early spring afternoon, with the brisk northwest breeze tempered by a bright sun, it was my sad privilege to attend the funeral rites for our highly esteemed and greatly loved classmate Rufus Day. The service,

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Class Notes

1917

Just returned from my trip to California and unfortunately had to hurry back a week ahead of time so it was impossible to see any other classmates than Jim and Ruth Durkee. I still repeat that any of you men who haven't been to

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1943

Have you seen Doc Fielding's wife? Now we realize that this is a man's magazine, but it isn't every Dartmouth alumnus who has a wife on television. Not being a TV set owner ourselves, we have had to rely on the TV columnist of

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1921

Wilde Brainstorm Hits Jackpot

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The Undergraduate Chair

FOR the past three years, at the beginning of spring vacation, I (along with 49 other singers and Prof. Paul R. Zeller, Glee Club director) have loaded myself, two suitcases, and a green coat, aboard a White River Coach Lines

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