July 1951

Class Notes

1921 Has A Lively 30th

Article

The 1951 Commencement

Class Notes

1911 Has a Memorable 40th

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1921 Has A Lively 30th

RAIN failed to slow down our enthusiasm. All voted unanimously that the weekend was the most congenial, pleasant, friendly gathering that we have had. In planning for it the committee kept in mind the important features that

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Article

The 1951 Commencement

A MONC American colleges of pre-Revo-lutionary origin, Dartmouth alone J- has continued its educational work without interruption since the time of its founding, sending out a graduating class every year since the first group

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1911 Has a Memorable 40th

As 1911'S Fortieth Reunion passes into history, it has left 180 people much the happier for its occurrence; 108 of these were present at Whitefield and were later joined by the rest in Hanover. This group was made up of 95 men,

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Baccalaureate Address

I HAVE frequently had the opportunity of saying this final word at commencement exercises but I confess never without embarrassment. You have just grasped the coveted parchment, symbol of your emancipation from all tutelage,

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1926 Holds "Terrific 25th"

THE 182nd year of the College ended in a blaze of glory the weekend of June 15, 16 and 17, with the graduation of the Class of 1951 and the "Terrific Twenty-Fifth Reunion of the Class of '26"—and, as has been predicted in these

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1941 Weathers Its Big 10th

As I sit in Crosby Hall writing your class notes for the first time, our big Tenth Reunion is not yet over. It is early on a very hot Sunday afternoon and most of the members of your class are in a deactivated condition in the

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The Fifty-Year Address

MR. Chairman, President Dickey, Sidney Hayward, David Leslie, Trustees of the College, members of the faculty, alumni, class of 1951, fathers of the class of '51, friends of the College, we of 1901 salute you.

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"Reunions Are OK" Says 1945

A first reunion is like a first marriage—you can't know what it is like until you have tried it. Ours was a fine reunion. All of the 80 men, 50 wives, one date and two children seemed to have had a splendid time. We have tried

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1947's "Undampened" Reunion

PHI BETE KEYS were crunching efficiently through cans of Schlitz, giving '47's fateful fourth reunion a beneficent benediction Friday, June 22, in the lee of Hitchcock Hall. Cadillacs tacked and luffed alongside one another on

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Dartmouth Awards Seven Honorary Degrees

Dartmouth's highest tribute, in the formof hondrary degrees, was paid to sevendistinguished men at the College's 182 ndCommencement exercises. Two of the recipients were Dartmouth graduates. Thehonorary Doctorate of Laws was conferredupon four men,

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