January 1956

Feature

Stretching the Classroom To Washington—and Michigan

Class Notes

1926

Class Notes

1918

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Feature

Stretching the Classroom To Washington—and Michigan

As undergraduates "on leave," the Class of 1926 Fellows have a rare educational experience in active government service

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Class Notes

1926

Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,The flying cloud, the frosty light:The year is dying in the night;Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.

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Class Notes

1918

Grace and Al Sibbernsen, who 5 yrs. ago junketed for a quarter of a year thru England, Scotland, the Scandinavian countries, down thru France and Italy, and wound up in Paris, and whose farms in Nebraska were portrayed in Life

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Class Notes

1930

What a Class! What a Class! A month ago, and the bills had hardly gone out, WallyBlakey reported 180 men who had sent along their annual class dues, and what is even more important, from my point of view, a wealth of material as to

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Class Notes

1954

Fifty-five slipped away like the Soviet smiles. So here's the New Year with plenty of old year news. Topmost on the docket is the announcement of a holdout by the name of William Warren Eaton, son of Nancy Leeand Dick Eaton of

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Class Notes

1910

Last month, we reported that we knew of very few Tenners who were in Hanover for the Harvard game. We did not have all the dope. Later news filtering in shows that ArtAllen was there with his son. Art says he ran into John and Mary

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Feature

"Mine Host" Adds Up to Nine

Behind genial "Big Jim" at the Hanover Inn are eight alumni on the Board of Overseers who set policy - and new records.

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Class Notes

1915

Pause for Thought - "The spectacle of a nation praying is more awe-inspiring than the explosion of an atom bomb. The force of prayer is greater than any possible combination of man-made or man-controlled powers because prayer

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Class Notes

1943

Let me be the last secretary to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! It is very difficult while writing a column in November which is going to appear in December to think to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. While it

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Class Notes

1921

Thanks to Jack Hurd and the research fa- cilities at his disposal, we had in the December notes otherwise dormant data on the literary, travel and news-producing achievements of several '21ers. Perhaps we can persuade Jack to

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