March 1952

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Around the World in Fifty Books

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Television and Education

Class Notes

1918

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Around the World in Fifty Books

BREATHES there a man with soul so dead who never to himself has said, "This is" my own, my native land, but I should like to look about a bit. .. the West Indies ... England and Scotland ...Spain and France and Scandinavia . . .

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Television and Education

WHEN visual aids came into the classroom we realized that here, at last, was a pleasant, sugar-coated method of learning. Indeed, said our progressive teachers, the art of reading became more or less old-fashioned. Perception

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Class Notes

1918

Doc George Daniels, one of the outstanding psychiatrists in N. Y., has this to say. "Had some reactivation of my lung condition and have to take time out again and am staying at Summit Park Sanitorium at Pomona, N. Y„ in

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Class Notes

1929

Johnny Quebman walked across the lobby of the Statler in Cleveland. It was early afternoon of the last Thursday in January and he was on his way from a luncheon meeting to a conference somewhere across the city. The last time I

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The Undergraduate Chair

MOST of the snow didn't arrive until the Monday after, but it made little difference. With intermittent storms and freezing temperatures, Dartmouth's 42nd Annual Winter Carnival became a reality with no more strain or

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Class Notes

1923

Your correspondent has frequently experienced warm glows of pleasure and satisfaction in connection with his chores as Class Chairman. It occurs to us to pass along to you the basic reason for our principal source of satisfaction,

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Class Notes

1932

My roamings 'round the girdled earth have landed me in Brussels on the day when I must finish these notes. Fortunately it's Sunday and I have a few hours before my train leaves for Paris, time for a little ruminating on how much

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Class Notes

1940

Besides having my usual difficulties in getting down to the task of writing this column, my curious two-year-old son is doing his best to foul up the typewriter as I use it. If any of you ever feel the urge to write, I'd be

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Class Notes

1904

There will be these opportunities for our group to find worthwhile class reunion possibilities. The annual Five (raised last year to eight) Class group will meet May 9. There will be notices mailed as usual. The Class Officers

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The Faculty

HARRY R. WELLMAN '07, who as Professor of Marketing and Personnel Officer at Tuck School prsved that he could pull prize jobs from the industrial pool as skillfully as he could land silver salmon in New Brunswick, was honored

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