July 1956

Class Notes

1931's Big, 25th

Class Notes

1946's Non-Stop 10th

Feature

The Honorary Degree Citations

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1931's Big, 25th

THESE notes could well be titled "The Miracle-Just-Off-Main-Street," or they could be appelled "Who Stole the Ding-Dong." Somewhere between those antipodal bounds is the story of the Big 25th. Where to start? How to put in

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Class Notes

1946's Non-Stop 10th

46 WINS CUP

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Feature

The Honorary Degree Citations

DETLEV WULF BRONKPresident, The Rockefeller InstituteDOCTOR OF LAWS

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Feature

The 1956 Commencement

COMMENCEMENT this year was almost a "washout." Almost, but not quite — and the difference spelled success. The bugaboo, as you might suppose, was the vagariousness of New England weather, for the exercises in front of Baker

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1942 Reports "Huge Success"

IT all started out innocently enough with Reunion Chairman Al Britton scurrying about the class tent Friday morning getting the beer keg hooked up and the Coca Cola iced down. Class members registered in Middle Mass and claimed

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The Fifty-Year Address

PRESIDENT Dickey, Honored Guests and Members of the Dartmouth Family:

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Class Notes

1921's Trigintaquinquennial

The 35th was our best reunion yet. As a veteran of all our reunions we insist that the last is always the best. Harry Chamberlaine's efficient committee even provided hot, sunny weather for us after a cool, rainy Commencement

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George Nickum '31 to Head Alumni Council for 1956-57

GEORGE C. NICKUM '31 of Seattle, Wash., was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for

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1920 Holds a Delayed 35th

Highlights of Twenty's Thirty-Fifth: The loveliness of Hanover. The beneficence of the weather, from arrival to departure. The growing conviction, as long-parted friends met, and caught up at their leisure, and enjoyed each

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1940's Festive Fifteenth

YOUR correspondent never caught up with the official count but 1940 returned to Hanover some 225 strong, counting wives and children. The weather was wonderful, sunny, warm and conducive to release of all deskborne inhibitions.

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