November 1955

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Some Presidential Thoughts Selected from Addresses and Writings ...

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THE REASONS Behind Corporate Gifts to Dartmouth

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The Convocation Address

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Some Presidential Thoughts Selected from Addresses and Writings ...

FROM the first Dartmouth has been a liberal arts college. It has been often said that the historic college is more concerned with men's lives than their livelihoods. And as far as I am concerned that is well so long as we do not

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THE REASONS Behind Corporate Gifts to Dartmouth

ONE of Dartmouth's major growing points during President Dickey's administration has been a broadened and intensified effort to strengthen the financial resources of the College. Important among the programs being carried out by the

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The Convocation Address

President Dickey, opening the College's 187th year, outlines the "forward thrust" of 1969 plans and sees Dartmouth a more vital place in days ahead

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Football

Dartmouth's Diamond Jubilee Year football team has dropped its first four games by a total margin of exactly 24 points. AH four games were close and two of them - Colgate and Brown - were games that the Indians might well have

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A Review of Major College Events

IN his talk to the Dartmouth Alumni Council in June, President Dickey set the stage for discussions about the work of the Trustees' 1969 Planning Committee by reviewing major Dartmouth developments during the ten-year postwar period

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Class Notes

1918

'18's Reunion at Holy Cross Game, Oct. I. The flavor of this first opening Hanover game is something to long remember. Freshmen have yet to get acclimated. They look a little self-conscious in their green sailor hats - not the

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1926

Completely done, the cricket's song,All stored the chairs of summertime,But still an empty autumn porchForlornly little glass bells chime.They ring against November windThin memories of long ago;Nostalgic tinkle, wistful clinkRecalling sun;

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Class Notes

1955

It is only right that this issue of the notes should start out with a tribute to Tim Ellis. By now, most of us have heard of his tragic disappearance and presumed drowning. Tim's inboard was discoverel floating, unmanned and out

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Class Notes

1952

With the hottest summer on record now a thing of the past in these parts, along with the question as to who won the American League Pennant, yours truly at least concerns himself with matters pertaining to the gridiron and

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The Faculty

OF special interest this month is a new teaching seminar which has been instituted this year by the College to help young instructors more quickly acquire the skills of the effective college teacher. Patterned after the Teaching

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