April 1952

Article

Alumni Fund Makes Strong Start in Its 1952 Campaign

Class Notes

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Class Notes

1918

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Article

Alumni Fund Makes Strong Start in Its 1952 Campaign

THE 195 a Alumni Fund approached its April first starting date with the largest amount ever in hand. On March 19 when this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE went to press, $83,121 from 733 alumni had already been contributed toward

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Class Notes

1929

SECOND ANNUAL FATHER-SON ISSUE

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Class Notes

1918

Pauline and Paul Sperry (vice president textile finishers, The Pond Lily Cos., New Haven) were in Hanover a while back. Paul (exroomy of good old George Murphy whom the writer and Dan Shea would enjoy seeing) is a yacht man at

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Class Notes

1917

A letter from a well-known and dear friend of all '17ers, Jack P. English '16:

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Class Notes

1950

Anybody know of a witty and unemployed Muse willing to work non-union hours for a chance to make virtually nothing and drop from relative renown to utter oblivion? We gotta job for him: thinking up snappy intros to our monthly

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Article

We Bought a Hanover Farm

The Wife of a 1918 Man Tells How They Up and Did What All Dartmouth Alumni Daydream About

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Class Notes

1921

Optimism is the word for 1952. After reading the March 24 message of that everblooming optimist Rog Wilde, each of us, no matter how broke he feels, should send Rog no less than five bucks in order to get that 100%

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Class Notes

1951

Just about the time we are ready to hit the production line with another issue of the class notes, Frank Small-wood's mighty gift to modern society arrived in the form of the '51 FACTS, which just about took all the gas out of

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Class Notes

1920

The script for our feature this month might well be titled "In and Out of Washington with Twenty," for Grover Plowman bows out of the Nation's Capital amid merited acclaim (see below) while Sam Stratton checks in again for

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Class Notes

1923

Our New York scout who snoops around the editorial offices of the big metropolitan dailies has tipped us off that The New York Times ran a page captioned: "List of the Champions Who Retained or Won Individual and Team Laurels

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