February 1953

Article

The First Five Years

Article

THE NEW FRONTIER

Class Notes

1918

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Article

The First Five Years

An Appraisal of "Great Issues"

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Article

THE NEW FRONTIER

The North, in which Dartmouth has long had an active interest, emerges as an area of vast economic and military importance

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Class Notes

1918

Thanks a million, Hal Doty and HowiePark, for the bound volumes of the DailyDartmouth we find so handy and helpful (Howie's now living in Conn., right on the Sound what a spot for his fast power boat!) From THE mattress man, Em

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Class Notes

1929

Don MacCornack opens the New Year in high, fine fashion by inscribing on its clean new slate this excellent report:

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Class Notes

1928

Comments about Reunion on the questionnaires coming back indicate that we are going to have the biggest, or one of the biggest, gatherings at Hanover that any class ever had. Everyone is putting the 25th Reunion at the top of

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Class Notes

1908

May I preface my entrance into this melee of news gathering to state that to follow in the penprints of Bill Knight finds me in a spirit of humility and a sort of landborne mal demer. Most of the return post cards and we got quite

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Class Notes

1910

The very disappointing Dartmouth football record of the past season has aroused comment among Tenners which indicates that they are more than a little concerned about the trend. Well they might be for we did not experience such

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Class Notes

1919

The big class event for February is the annual Father's and Son's weekend in Hanover on the 28th and Jack McCrillis wants to emphasize the fact that all classmates are welcome, son or no son. This annual get-together is

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Class Notes

1920

Greetings and cheer for a brand new year from your Executive Committee, starting with John Beranek en route to Victoria, 8.C.: "I am about to visit Mr. MacEwen, whose residence is officially Edinburgh, but who can be found most

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Class Notes

1931

Somebody once said (and if somebody never did say it I would like the privilege of saying it right now): " 'tis better to light a single candle than to walk in darkness." Quite aside from the fact that opening with even a misquoted

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