February 1956

Feature

CATTLE BOAT

Feature

AUTOMATION

Class Notes

1918

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Feature

CATTLE BOAT

Student enterprise today has no chance to operate as it did when Dartmouth men started "le grand tour" by -

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Feature

AUTOMATION

A new word in our vocabularies and a new force in our industrial life

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Class Notes

1918

'18 WIVES AND HUSBANDS PARTY D. CLUB N. Y. CITY FEB. 23 (DAY AFTER WASH. BIRTHDAY), 5:30 p.m., COCKTAILS, DINNER; PICTURES OF BREEZY YOUTH IN UNDERGRADUATE LIFE BY GEORGE DAVIS AND FRED CASSEBEER. A happy evening and on

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Class Notes

1926

The ice in the river buckles and, bendsAnd the sap is seesawing in maples again,Pulled up in the day, pushed down in thedark,Up and down, up and down, in the tree bark.There's a freeze and thaw, a thaw and freeze,And the maple sap's running in the

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Class Notes

1930

It might be interesting to some of you some day to learn of the variety of ways in which the news is garnered for this column. The first news item in this month's issue, for instance, comes about only through the thought-fulness

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Class Notes

1955

It's "crutch" season again in Hanover. As a matter of fact, a recent impartial survey among college students reveals that Dartmouth's average of .3275 crutches per student is tops in the country. Being somewhat less than a

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Class Notes

1910

As this chapter is written, Christmas is just around the corner and we are having a shower of greetings from Tenners. An interesting feature of many of these cards is the number of times a written message is included telling of

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Class Notes

1954

Mornin', folks. Thought we'd bring ya this month's column straight from New England. We're right in the middle of one of those ugly winters with which you're all familiar. New England climate, recall, is nine months winter and

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Class Notes

1937

I daresay the first order of business for the month of February for '37ers is a collective acceptance of self-extended congratulations on the class showing in the '55 Alumni Fund drive. This past year was the first in which we

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Class Notes

1929

If Joe D'Esopo had as good a time on his European trip, last fall, as the accompanying photograph indicates he was anticipating, he must have had a wonderful time. His itinerary indicates that he flew to Ireland; to The Hague

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