June 1955

Feature

"The Real Business"

Article

Student Report

Class Notes

1918

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Feature

"The Real Business"

ON many occasions the Presidents of Dartmouth College have clearly enunciated the aims of a liberal arts institution. For example, in 1928 President Hopkins said, "The college function is to develop intellectuality. And

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Student Report

SHORTLY after the AAUP Committee on Teaching and the Curriculum made its report, the Academic Committee of the Undergraduate Council, in its annual report, added more commentary and recommendations regarding the

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Class Notes

1918

The 1918 closing dinner of the season at the N.Y. City D. Club on Wed. April 27, was one of the best gatherings in a long time. At the very successful Bob Blackman luncheon were Bub Frost, Bill Christgau, and Syl Morey, who gave

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TIMOTHY WAS BEFORE YOU

BY whatever road you return to Dartmouth, from north, south, east, or west, the last turn to Hanover Plain is always upward. At this desired ending the road takes a final climbing quirk of anticipation. However long you

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Class Notes

1923

Charles H. Moody has recently been made general superintendent, the "big boss as his employers put it, of the Dwight Manufacturing Company located in Alabama City, Ala., a suburb of Gadsden, the largest mill of natural greige

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Article

The Faculty

AT a recent meeting of the Dartmouth Chapter of the American Association of University Professors a resolution was passed urging discontinuance of the New Hampshire Attorney General's investigation of subversive activities in

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Class Notes

1926

When the sun is high above,Summer comes to take her nap,Swaying limply over me,Settling down into my lap.

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Class Notes

1929

Karl Michael is undoubtedly very proud of his swimming team's dual meet record this past season — seven wins against three losses and one of those losses went to Yale when the Elis won their 125th straight win over a ten-year

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1905

A winter trip to Florida means practically inevitably meeting '05 men. Fred Chase enumerates the following men, with their respective wives, whom he ran into down there: Atwood, Roger Brown, Falconer, Goodrich,Lillard, MacMillan,

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The Undergraduate Chair

EARLY in May the College begins to prepare for the fraternity hum contest which terminated this year in the finals on the tenth. Alpha Theta, as usual, took first place. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was second, and Delta Tau Delta

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