March 1955

Class Notes

1929

Feature

A Dartmouth Rhodes Scholar Writes Home About Oxford

Feature

THE BEGINNINGS of Dartmouth's Alumni Organization

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1929

FIFTH ANNUAL FATHER-SON ISSUE: This year there are 31 sons of the Class of 1929 in college, five less than last year, the same number as two years ago, six more than three years ago and eleven more than when BillAndres started this

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Feature

A Dartmouth Rhodes Scholar Writes Home About Oxford

THE University of Oxford is an elusive, mystical creation not easily discernible at first sight. Apart from the Bodleian Library, Sheldonian Theatre, University Museum and a few playing fields, the University seems almost a

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THE BEGINNINGS of Dartmouth's Alumni Organization

PRESIDENT EMERITUS OF THE COLLEGE

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

CARNIVAL preparation filled the air in spite of the ominous cloud of exams building up during most of January. On the golf course and at the center of campus the D.O.C. lined out the naked limbs of what were to remain skeletons

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Class Notes

1923

Second Installment of First Annual FatherSon Issue:

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1918

The N. Y. Times had a headline "Cuts in Social Aid Branded Lunacy." 'Twas Les Granger again making an outstanding talk at the Roosevelt Hotel, at a luncheon at the Natl. Social Welfare Assn. Excerpts: "The proportion of

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Class Notes

1926

The winds of March sweep bare the blueAnd let the waiting sunshine throughThe birds are on the wing.The winds of March blow briskly, andUnless we're very quick of handOur hats are off to spring.

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1910

"1910's 45th in '55"

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On the Reading of Books

SUPERVISOR OF THE READING CLINIC

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INTRODUCING – Dartmouth's New Football Coach

DARTMOUTH'S new head football coach, 36-year old Robert L. (Bob) Blackman, is a husky, round-faced man with a serious, businesslike air that is belied only by his twinkling blue eyes and slow, soft speech. On January 26 Blackman

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