May 1952

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1929

Article

Ashurnazirpal's Story

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Class Notes

1918

The '28 boys shooting to outwit the '26ers who handed $126,000 to Hanover on their 25th pleased Stumpie Barr no end when they assured him they felt they could tuck '26 nicely away. When Halsey Edgerton was Treasurer of the

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Class Notes

1929

This month we continue the annual FatherSon Issue of 1929 class news with the letters which had to be held over because of lack of space in the April column.

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Article

Ashurnazirpal's Story

POPULAR knowledge of the fascinating science of archaeology and of the priceless treasures unearthed has been greatly increased by the recent best-seller, Gods, Graves and Scholars by C. W. Ceram. Dartmouth men who have an

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Class Notes

1917

The following short note is from Arch Gile: "There is not much news of the Gile family. We did take a short cruise in January and both Mary and myself have been laid up with the flu since our return."

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Article

25 Years After

A Composite Picture of 1927 Men Today

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Article

The Undergraduate Year

To the contemporary undergraduate, the normal state of affairs is one of never-ending flux. This dynamic aspect of normalcy is reflected constantly throughout the year—in the number of weekends the individual spends at his desk

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Class Notes

1950

The unanswered mail accumulating around here is mounting each time we get into port, so those of you waiting for an acknowledgment may have long white beards to stroke as you read our replies, and any kind souls contemplating

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

HANOVER is now in a period of transition. Not only are the duckboards and the snow gone and the softball diamonds showing signs of life, but the class of 1952 is gradually handing over many of its coveted positions to the

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Class Notes

1926

ALUMNI FUND IS UNDER WAY!

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Class Notes

1889

Funeral rites for our venerable classmate, the Reverend Arthur Chase, were held February 25 in Trinity Episcopal Church, Ware, Mass., the church to which he had devoted 40 years of his life as rector. Flowers from his few

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