June 1956

Feature

The Reynold Scholars

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1926

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Feature

The Reynold Scholars

Dartmouth's Top Graduate Grants Provide a Year of Study Abroad MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS

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Class Notes

1918

A great tribute was paid to Al Rice, April 17, at the Union Club, NY. City. Aviation Commandery Naval Order of the U.S. were paying a signal honor to their guest speaker Admiral Arleigh A. Burke USN, Chief of Naval Operations.

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Class Notes

1926

The air is full of tiny floating sounds,Of feathery whispers and shy murmurings.

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Feature

LEARN AMERICAN

The Address at Dartmouth's Honors Convocation

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Class Notes

1936

Imagine my pleasant surprise a few weeks ago when I read my local weekly newspaper, The East Orange Record, and learned more about Bill Hoffmann's many contributions to life. Bill was elected president of the Child Guidance

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Feature

A NEW CONCEPT of Dormitory Living

In one of the talks given at the joint meeting of Dartmouth class officers in Hanover on May 4, Prof. John P. Amsden '20, chairman of the Advisory Committee on Plant Development, discussed the new concept of Dartmouth

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Class Notes

1925

The trip abroad was a great success, and having left this column in charge of ParkerMerrow, your secretary traveled in a state of serene and confident relaxation - a mood that was thoroughly justified when he saw the page proofs for

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

WHENEVER I prepare one of these columns, time and the weather seem to dominate. Since this is the last column, written in the wake of the year's first really warm weekend, they will with some justice continue to receive a

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Class Notes

1930

Today, May 1, trout season opens hereabouts and very appropriately we send greetings to Dick Tilt and all other fishermen of the Class, as well as to Dick Fawcett, Randy's son who always visits with us during the fishing

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Class Notes

1923

Your Secretary Chet Bixby, treasurer PeteJones and vice president Jim Broe attended the meetings in Hanover of the Class Officers on May 4th and 5th, while Barbara, Peg and Harriet graced the ladies' events.

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