November 1957

Feature

Hanover in the Ice Age

Feature

Beyond Independence: Creativity

Class Notes

1918

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Feature

Hanover in the Ice Age

A story of geological research, involving a mystery stretching back to the era when the campus for 600 years was at the bottom of a glacial lake

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Feature

Beyond Independence: Creativity

President Dickey's Convocation Address Opening Dartmouth's 189th Academic Tear

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Class Notes

1918

Dwight Sargent, personnel director of N. Y. City's huge Consolidated Edison, in 1/13/57 U. S. News & W. R. says that 60 out of every 100 industrial employees are fit to continue work at 65 but 35 only want to continue and the

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Class Notes

1916

Those of the Class who attended the Convocation on Great Issues in the Anglo-Canadian-American Community must have found it a most rewarding experience. And they must have busted a vest button when three of the Class (more,

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Class Notes

1917

I am very sorry to have to report the death of Walt Barrows. He died suddenly at his home at Weston, Mass., on September 19. The cause of his death is not known to me at this time.

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Article

With Big Green Teams

FOUR times during the past month the Dartmouth varsity football team has sallied forth on Saturday afternoons to meet some of the best teams in the East and four times the chapel bells have pealed out their victory message in

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Class Notes

1921

Quite a bit of new news, for all you '21-ers, and others of our friends who might be interested in our doings.

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Medical School

A brief review of the happenings of the academic year just past would, because of their import, seem appropriate at this time. S. Marsh Tenney '44, a graduate of Dartmouth and Cornell Medical Schools, who had held an

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Class Notes

1931

Reporting the death of a classmate is never an easy task. Their past deeds and lost future are so much in our thoughts, that words can only attempt to immortalize the parts of them they leave behind in our memories. Bill Byrne

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The Faculty

If we are to be irrevocably tied to the apron strings of tradition, then we should prohibit all student automobiles in Hanover. If Dartmouth is going to be an educational institution, however, we cannot simply refuse to accept

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