November 1951

Class Notes

1918

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THE COLLEGE

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A Free Man Is Answerable

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Class Notes

1918

Doris and Bill Kurtz (W. F. Kurtz & Cos., Cleveland, investments,—buys $20 million worth of Gov'ts at a clip) were in Hanover just a week before the big '18 party—Alice and Louis Huntoon also, depositing son Schuyler '55. Too

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THE COLLEGE

THE KOREAN WAR continues, and so does Dartmouth College. It is under full steam. Three thousand men respond to a thousand stimuli to brawn and brain. They do not come from the autumn alone, although old-timers say that they

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A Free Man Is Answerable

GENTLEMEN OF THE COLLEGE: This ceremony of convocation opens the 183rd year of Dartmouth's service to human society as an American institution of higher learning. We mark this moment of gathering together in order that we

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To the Top of McKinley

WONDER LAKE lies 170 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska. There, on June 20, 1951, I had just finished a letter home:

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More Bone and Sinew For a Growing College

"...and that the said Corporation .. .shall be able and in law capable . . . to haveaccept and receive any rents profits annuities gifts legacies donations or bequestsof any kind whatsoever..."

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Ambrose White Vernon

ON a cold day in 1904 President Tucker and his young assistant, Ernest Hopkins, were conversing as they walked along a Hanover path. They were discussing the installation ceremonies of Ambrose White Vernon as pastor of the

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Class Notes

1926

As the football season drew to a close 26 years ago, you were all aware that our classmates had become the scourge of the country's football fields. In fact their contribution had much to do with the naming of Dartmouth as

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Class Notes

1950

It is wonderful to be able to report a long list of weddings and engagements that arrived the other day along with a dozen or so communiques from various quarters. Looks like we'll have plenty of news for this month at least.

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Class Notes

1934

For the expatriate, the meek and the down- trodden, may we render a short report on how things look in Hanover, before getting down to the main business of the day? We went up to the Fordham game with one of the original blocks

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Class Notes

1897

I asked myself at the first of the college year an important question: What can a class secretary do to help the College? This is a serious question and I want to make myself answer in a limited w,ay. What can anyone do to any far

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