April 1957

Feature

A New Educational Program

Feature

Never Say Die or Adversity Foiled the Story of 100 Years of Rowing

Class Notes

1918

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Feature

A New Educational Program

The broad strategy behind it is to give the student more responsibility and time for educating himself

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Feature

Never Say Die or Adversity Foiled the Story of 100 Years of Rowing

THIS month, as soon as the ice in the Connecticut River breaks up, the sleek shells of the Dartmouth Rowing Club will slide into the frigid waters and a second century of rowing at Dartmouth will be under way.

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Class Notes

1918

How wonderful it is that Bill Wright, the rugged Deeth, Nevada, cattleman who has done so much for us all as one of the Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, can serve to help the independently endowed Hoover Institute and

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Class Notes

1931

It is with deep sympathy to Wendell (Whitch) Whitcher that we report to the class the death of his wife, Exa Wylene Rumble Whitcher, on December 22, 1956. She had a long hard battle with cancer. Whitch and Exa were married July

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Class Notes

1923

Your secretary herewith reports on two important February 1923 meetings in New England.

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Class Notes

1910

"Guess there are more Tenners in Florida than in New England," writes Charlie Fay on a postal reporting the names of Tenners who responded to the appeal sent out by Charlie and Bones Jones in an attempt to get out a larger

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Class Notes

1921

There's considerable ground to cover, this month, so relax, settle back, get out the specs and get yourselves into a state of absorption.

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Class Notes

1926

Bequest Chairman,

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Class Notes

1911

WHITEFIELD REUNION PLANS ALL SET. The Dodge family will open their hotel on Thursday, June 20th. Members of 1911 will be welcomed from then on through the following week. It is hoped that many of the class and their wives will

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Class Notes

1927

As I write this, on March 3, winter is still very much with us, and the lazy days of June seem still far off, but by the time you read it, spring should be far enough advanced to make us all realize that our red letter days of

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