July 1955

Class Notes

1930's History-Making 25th

Article

The 1955 Commencement

Class Notes

1934's Happy 21 st

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1930's History-Making 25th

ALONG about the middle of last month, out across the entire country there began to arise a clamor, a series of nervous questions - "Sally, did you pack any pajamas?" - "Fred, can you close this suitcase for me?" - "O, Bob,

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Article

The 1955 Commencement

WELL, it had to happen sooner or later. After an even twenty years of holding Commencement out-of-doors - a remarkable record in view of the vagaries of Hanover weather in the spring - the clouds hung low, the heavens

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1934's Happy 21 st

WELL we all took a long look down Memory Lane with Jeff Jackson and we loved what we saw. It wouldn't be right to put your Secretary on the spot and select the best memories of the beautiful 1954 wives who were there but let me

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1945's Top-Notch Tenth

THE class cocktail party started shortly after 5 p.m. Friday, followed by dinner in Thayer Hall. It pays to return to reunion for dinner at Thayer; it was nothing like the undergraduate meals. This time we ate exceedingly well

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The Commencement Address

Advice from a great poet and teacher: "Don't get converted. Stay."

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Article

Honorary Degrees Awarded to Eleven

Following are the citations read by President Dickey in conferring honorary degrees at the Commencement exercises:

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1910's "45th in '55"

You pays your money and you takes your choice" is the old saying o£ the sideshow barker, but that is not the way we heard at "The 45th in '55" reunion of the Class of 1910. Messrs. Herb Wolff, chairman, Ray Seymour and John

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Article

The Fifty-Year Address

PRESIDENT DICKEY, members of the Board of Trustees and other officers of the College, Faculty, the Class of 1905, members of the Graduating Class, ladies and gentlemen.

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1936's "Never Better" 20th

THE 20th Reunion has gone into the books (a mere nineteen years after graduation, praise be) and a better Chautauqua never was staged! A total of 128 brethren went to the post and were cheered around the track by an almost equal

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1935 s Family 20th

Hi everyone! Greetings from your new class secretary. It'll be my job to take over from Reg Bankart, who has been ably preparing this column for ten years. It's not an easy job — collecting and writing this material for each

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