July 1952

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The Fifty-Year Address

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The 1952 Commencement

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Baccalaureate Address

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The Fifty-Year Address

At the annual Commencement meeting of the General Alumni Association a traditional feature is the address delivered on behalf of the honored Fifty-Year Class. The 1902 address, which follows in full, was given by Professor Watson at the meeting in Alumni Gymnasium on Saturday, June 7.

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The 1952 Commencement

THE Class of 1952, top-ranking scholastically among the postwar classes at Dartmouth and also the first to be composed largely of non-veterans, ended its undergraduate course with Commencement on Sunday morning, June 8.

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Baccalaureate Address

I WANT first to express my very deep appreciation of the high honour done to me by Dartmouth College in making me a Doctor. I am sure that when I say this I speak not only for myself but for all of us whom you have honoured

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Dartmouth Awards Mine Honorary Degrees

Following are the full texts of the citations read, by President Dickey in conferring nine honorary degrees at Dartmouth's183rd Commencement exercises. These arelisted in the order of Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Humane Letters, Doctor of Letters,and

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The Big 25th for 1927

TWENTY-SEVEN'S big 25th held in Hanover over the weekend of June 6-8 was a grand success. Our only regret was that each and everyone in the class could not be present. There were, however, close to 130 members of the class in

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A Glowing 190 7 Report

FIVE years ago, the report of '07's reunion in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE was headlined as 1907's "Historic" Fortieth. How the editor will epitomize 1907's Forty-Fifth is anybody's guess, but here is a suggestion:

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The Golden Reunion of 1902

THE great days have come and gone when we were the honored guests of the College -our fiftieth anniversary of graduation. Present were 44 classmates and 28 wives. For some of us -- Leland Griggs and me (Tom Barnes) the most

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A Report on 1942's Tenth

THE weatherman and Dave Heald combined their not inconsiderable talents and the result was a Tenth which was as titillating as even the most captious carper could want. As a matter of fact, old Captious Carper was back, looking

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1906 Enjoys Top-Notch 45th

OUR delayed 45th reunion has come and gone. To those who didn't make it, greetings from those who did.

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1932's "World's Best" 20th

IF anyone thinks our reunion did not live up to the advertised "World's Best 20th Reunion," the burden is on him to prove it. The fact that we had more members back than our fellow celebrants of '31 and '33 gave us an edge over

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