December 1952

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1950

Class Notes

1935

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Class Notes

1918

At the 55th annual meeting of the DeWitt Clinton H. S. in N. Y. City (alumni 70,000 Dartmouth's over 25,000) our Bill Christgau was one of 5 receiving plaques for life achievements. The citation read in part: "Chris, to untold

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Class Notes

1950

Most of you should be stirring from your post Turkey Day lethargy by now and starting the search for the family recipe for eggnog with which to toast the fat man in the red woolies and long white beard. Rudolph may not have

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Class Notes

1935

Our alliterative efforts in the last issue were badly mangled by the typesetter. Therefore, if anyone who is interested will substitute the word "type" for "keep" in the third line he will find that the words beginning with the

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Article

Dan'l Webster Still Lives

Following is the full text of the address delivered by Dr. Fuess in Webster Hall, October 17, at the Dartmouth Night convocation honoring Daniel Webster on the 100th anniversary of his death. Dr. Fuess, former headmaster

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Class Notes

1915

Well here we go! Your new Secretary tackles this job with muoho gusto and some slight trepidation. With all the good wishes, however, and cooperative spirit you fellows have already shown who wouldn't be enthusiastic?

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Class Notes

1928

Four sons of '28ers are members of the freshman class at Dartmouth this year: Creighton N. Hart came to Hanover from Kansas City, via the Choate School; Chet Kellogg's son, as mentioned last month; BillLary Jr., of Sunapee, N. H.,

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Class Notes

1929

We herewith quote from a letter from Li.Col. Larry Lougee, who, with his wife and mother-in-law, is enjoying the pale Alaskan sunlight at Circle on the Yukon River, the farthest north spot that can be reached by car on the North

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Class Notes

1951

This month we feel rather jubilant, what with the "new lease on life" and all, given to us by the Ike victory, but this is only personal. You may be happy or sad over the 1952 election, but more important was the fact that for

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Class Notes

1936

We have just received the sad word that Lieut. Col. John B. Clark succumbed to polio at the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D. C., on October 21. In possession of only the briefest information about John, we have asked Bill

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Class Notes

1938

Since this is being submitted for publication before the results of the elections are fully known, it is impossible to recount in detail such political triumphs as the class may have achieved on the coat-tails of the national race.

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