October 1958

Feature

Unrest in Latin America

Feature

The Magazine Has A Birthday

Feature

HIS JOB Is Running Rockefeller Center

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Feature

Unrest in Latin America

'41, PROFESSOR OF HISTORY

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Feature

The Magazine Has A Birthday

FIFTY years ago this month the first issue o£ the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE appeared. It was not a brand-new magazine but in format and contents was a continuation of The Dartmouth BiMonthly, founded three years earlier

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Feature

HIS JOB Is Running Rockefeller Center

POSSIBLY because its daily floating population is larger than most U.S. cities and the facilities within its boundaries could easily fill all the requirements for a comfortable lifetime, New York's fabulous Rockefeller Center

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Class Notes

1953

Hi, everybody, and welcome back to the '53 corner. Although we did not go to press the past few months, history continued to be made by the class as a whole and by many individuals in her ranks. As X crawl out from behind a sand

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Class Notes

1921

Brilliant fall foliage, brilliant Blackmail football, brilliant opponents (Holy Cross), brilliant social life at the Norwich Inn and Bonnie Oaks (Reg Miner, M.C.), brilliant V. P. chairmanship at the class meeting (Harry

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Class Notes

1916

The Class can take great pride in the showing made in the Alumni Fund Cam- paign. We finished first in the Tribal Sweepstakes for the classes 1915-1921, with a participation of 120%, — the next nearest being 1921, far in the

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Class Notes

1915

Well, here we are, back in circulation again and, just about the time your eager (?) eyes scan these pages, most of us should be sitting 'round the environs of Hanover Inn swapping, reminiscing and reuning to our hearts'

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Class Notes

1946

Dear Gang - summer is over but the mail bag is full and football spirit is in the air. Let's go with some news -

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Article

THE FACULTY

THE promotion of seventeen members of the faculty was announced at commencement time last spring. Laurence I. Radway was promoted from associate professor to full professor in the Government Department. Four others were

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Class Notes

1910

In the fall of 1908 when we returned to Hanover to begin our junior year, we were probably so impressed with our increased stature as "Juniors" that we gave little thought to the fact that we were entering the last half of our

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