December 1955

Feature

The Meaning of a Liberal Education

Class Notes

1952

Class Notes

1918

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Feature

The Meaning of a Liberal Education

DEAN OF THE FACULTY

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1952

It seems that the only unfortunate thing about this column, at least as far as I am concerned, is the time lapse between the writing and the reading. Because of that fact, news that I get shortly after writing the preceding

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Class Notes

1918

What a nice note to find in the Nov. 1 Hanover Bulletin! "Gifts and bequests total $2,324,859, including the Alumni Fund gross, the 2nd highest record in the College's history." Harvard, Yale and Princeton men, probably all men

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1935

Memorial Fund Chairman, THEODORE M. STEELE 100 Old Kings Highway, North, Darien, Conn.

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1954

"Only eight more shopping days 'til Xmas. ... Only seven more...Television's blaring, "Gift musts." For some reason, despite the constant reminders, still haven't started the Christmas shopping. Ought to be able to get to it

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1926

Winter's the ominous season when dad,That amateur painter and plumberFinds it too cold to tackle those jobsIt was too hot to do in the summer.

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1942

This was one of the good months. Not only did I get letters, postcards, photographs and clippings, but I also received a phone call from the internationally known petroleum geologist, Bob "Hound-dog" Garwick, of Houston, Texas.

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1950

While you're sitting around trying to figure out what to give the wife for Christmas, take five to scan the latest news of your old Injun cronies. Right off, before noting matrimonial and other activities, we want to state for the

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1946

Your reunion committee is picking up speed. Chairman Andy Murtha gathered with ex-officio members Bob Kimball and JackWhitman at my house Yale-Dartmouth weekend. Andy is readying a questionnaire to go to all members. He wants to

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Article

Football

After dropping the first four games of the 1955 season Dartmouth's 75th Year eleven proceeded to sharpen up and win three of the next four contests - all Ivy League encounters. A revitalized team defeated Harvard 14-9, lost to

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