October 1956

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1926

Feature

Business as a Social Service

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Class Notes

1918

William A. White, who later transferred to Columbia, studied mining and engineering, and a good part of his life has been Pres. of the Danbury (Conn.) News-Times Co., was appointed Asst. Administrator of Business and Defense

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Class Notes

1926

This is the perfect moment, when the sky is faultless blue; the very air so still no leaf will drop. A monarch butterfly clings to a stalk in this enchanted spell.

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Feature

Business as a Social Service

Following is the nearly complete text of the address delivered by Senator Flanders at the Tuck School commencement exercises on June 3, 1956. Senator Flanders, who is a member of the School's Board of Overseers, discusses the subject of his address at greater length in his recent book, A Letter to a Generation, published by the Beacon Press in May 1956.

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Class Notes

1931

If you saw Doug Morris' July notes, you have been forewarned of change in your "column-administration." During the next four years Fred Slaughter and I are expecting increased news reports from '31ers, wheresoever you may be;

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Class Notes

1910

Here we go into the first of our fiftieth anniversaries. Fifty years ago this fall we were the "pea-green" freshmen getting introduced to the attractions of Hanover as our new home — and to the distractions of moving furniture

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Article

The Faculty

ARTHUR E. JENSEN, Professor of English and Dean of the Faculty, received the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Brown University in June. He is a member of the Class of 1926 at Brown. Dean Jensen was cited for

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Class Notes

1922

With its record-breaking Alumni Fund performance, an enjoyable reunion, graduations and weddings of many sons and daughters, our class has had an eventful summer. And with the unusual honor of a class son as Dartmouth football

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Class Notes

1954

It's about time to unleash that raccoon coat and shuffle down the field to watch the Big Green rumble into action. There should be quite a few '54s in the stands this fall as the two-year men made quite a scramble to escape from

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Class Notes

1927

The long summer vacation for Class Secretaries is over, and we are starting out on -what should be a very eventful year for the Class of 1927, culminating with our tremendous Thirtieth Reunion next June. The dates, which I hope

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1913

Alvin H. Dessau died in November of 1946 and in his will provided that an undivided 1/8 interest in a substantial piece of New York real estate should be left in trust for his wife with the provision that, upon her death, the

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