Dartmouth's 75th Year of Football Brings to Mind Some Memorable Names and Contests of the Past
By CLIFFORD L. JORDAN '45, SPORTS EDITOR20 min
The last notes put to bed May 5th were
published in June. We start our 18th year on
'18 class notes today - Aug. 31, and you'll be
reading it Oct. 10. A lot can happen - and has
happened - in those 5 months.
By ERNEST H. EARLEY,W. CURTIS GLOVFR,RICHARD P. WHITE11 min
Come, let us dance for the piperOctober,Vivid in colorful carnival raiment!Time and enough for our heartsto be sober,Sure, when winter comes whistlingfor payment.
By HERBERT H. HARWOOD,H. DONALD NORSTRAND,RICHARD M. NICHOLS10 min
THE summer activities of the faculty
have been many and varied as random
notes from some of Dartmouth's
instructors indicate. Robert W. Decker,
Assistant Professor of Geology, was a consultant
on uranium and oil in Colorado
By HAROLD L. BOND '429 min
It's Fall and once again yours truly takes
typewriter in tow to stumble with inept fingers
over the keyboard in an attempt to bring
you all up to date on "What's New with '52."
In view of the fact that I am knee deep in
By ROBERT D. BRACE,ENS. DONALD F. MACLEOD8 min
Ed Boyle and his Glacier are presumably on
their way to the South Pole, leaving this space
for the next publication year to the mercy of
a correspondent whose style is going to look
awfully familiar to you, before you're through.
By RICHARD C. CAHN,RICHARD CALKINS7 min
Fifty-four is out for another year. Hope
everyone had an enjoyable summer and had
better luck with flood and hurricane than
some of us did. We've got miles of summer
events to unravel so we shan't waste any time.
By WILLIAM H. MANSFIELD,BENJAMIN J. BOWDEN7 min
Today starts the Labor Day weekend and
also brings the first football bulletin out of
the Hanover hills, as practice began just yesterday.
Doesn't seem possible that the fall is here,
especially with the hot baseball race in the
By ROBERT H. ZEISER,WILLIAM A. WHITE 3RD7 min
After putting his 65-man squad through
an inter-team game scrimmage on Saturday,
September 10, and a game scrimmage
against the University of Massachusetts on
September 14, Coach Bob Blackman made
a quick analysis of his team.
By CLIFF JORDAN '457 min
You are going to miss the sparkling chatter
of the Worcester Columnist so in order that
the transition won't be too sudden, we are
taking the liberty of reprinting some of JohnFoley's choicest words delivered to the Class