June 1952

Article

Deaths

Class Notes

1918

Article

The Cold War and Liberal Education To a Father From a Dean

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Deaths

[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number]

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Class Notes

1918

'18 DINNER N. Y. CITY, APRIL 18-just look at that gang in the picture! Why genial Jack Robinson '33 made it a regular double- your-money event when he came up and said, "You fellas are standing up mighty good; I've seen you

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The Cold War and Liberal Education To a Father From a Dean

DEAR ANDREW: Shall young Andy, who is coming to college this fall, apply for admission to one of the ROTC units? Your question is a poser; all I can do is to put the pros and cons before you and him.

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Class Notes

1929

We are concluding the Annual Father-Son Issue of 1929 Class Notes with the final batch of reports:

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Class Notes

1926

JUNE IS THE CLIMAX MONTHFOR THE FUND!

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

IN the beginning Dartmouth was big. Hundreds of wide-eyed companions milling around the Inn corner, leering Vigilantes ready to pounce on pinless freshmen, and the first scramble for the lower bunk all added to the impression.

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Class Notes

1928

Prof. Tax Connell says that God and Stalin willing, he and Katherine will return to Japan in July on a two-year leave from the College, to complete work he started there. He says, "In Japan we are studying long range effects of

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Class Notes

1921

Hanover on a clear, sunny day on or about the first of May! Can you blame me for waxing poetic? Your secretary returned for his first Alumni Officers' Weekend. Four hours over the road, then—the same beautiful campus, white

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Article

Prof. Meservey Dies

WITH the death on May 8 of Prof. Arthur B. Meservey '06, the College lost a distinguished member of its faculty, known to alumni and colleagues for the integrity of his scholarship and an outstanding ability to impart his

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Class Notes

1920

Timely arrival of our local Mercury, who performs special delivery chores for the community of Rye, brought a message of significance and reassurance from Class Agent PetePotter. "Calm yourself, boy," said Pete, as of April 25,

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