November 1956

Feature

The Poet as Teacher The Poet as Teacher

Class Notes

1926

Feature

The Convocation Address

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Feature

The Poet as Teacher The Poet as Teacher

I WAS sitting in a business office in Boston five years ago when I received a call. It is sometimes said that men receive a call. Life elects them to go one way.

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Class Notes

1926

This is the brown month skeletal, bleak, austere; The season is running down like an unwound clock, Stowing and gathering strength for the winter shock, Stripped bare to honest essentials to finish the year.

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Feature

The Convocation Address

President Dickey, opening the College's 188 th year, discusses "the place itself" as a pervasive influence on Dartmouth's individuality and character

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Class Notes

1918

Marge and Eddie Butts (says he's just about retired) last winter cruised the Caribbean with old friends, and for 25 days didn't see a newspaper Or hear a radio. They spent the time sightseeing the harbors of those wonderful

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Class Notes

1953

Hello, again, classmates.

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Class Notes

1910

Though it is fifty years since Tenner history began to be recorded, there are many indications that Tenners are still at it. For instance, here's Eck Hiestand, a retired businessman but a very active Congressional Representative

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Class Notes

1923

Illinois-Michigan House Party: Sumner andBettye Sollitt were the hosts for the 1923 reunion September 21-23 and to say the weekend was enjoyed by all would be the understatement of the year.

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Class Notes

1954

Mid-November finds our electronic age knob-twisters leisurely twiddling dials, setting up Saturday afternoon quarterbacking facilities in the living room armchair and calling plays over the carefully concocted cocktail. And all

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Class Notes

1952

It's with some reluctance that I sit down today to get out the column because it is one of those beautiful fall Saturdays when, by all rights, I should be outside. The weather portends good shooting days ahead not to mention

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Article

The Dean's Shiny Nose

A ND NOW, gentlemen, let me introduce you all to Craven Laycock, a graduate of Dartmouth College in the class of 1896 (this was also Robert Frost's class, by the way). Born in England in 1866, Mr. Laycock became a much-beloved

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