February 1959

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Some Consequences of Inflation Psychology

Feature

"The Nasties Upset Since Bunker Hill"

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Should We Blame the Unions?

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Some Consequences of Inflation Psychology

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS

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"The Nasties Upset Since Bunker Hill"

WHEN one of the American forwards missed a flying tackle and plunged headlong into the sidelines, during the Old Millhillians match at Headstone Lane, he knocked the dignified ex-president of the English Rugby Union off

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Should We Blame the Unions?

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS

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Inflation: Retrospect and Prospect

A TRI-MONTHLY SUPPLEMENT TO THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE CONTINUING THE EDUCATIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FACULTY AND ALUMNI OF THE COLLEGE Number 2 • February 1959 "The real trouble with this world of ours is not that it is an unreasonable world, nor even that it is a reasonable one. The commonest kind of trouble is that it is nearly reasonable, but not quite. Life is not an illogicality; yet it is a trap for logicians. It looks just a little more mathematical and regular than it is; its exactitude is obvious, but its inexactitude is hidden; its wildness lies in wait." - G. K. CHESTERTON

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That Other Dartmouth Carnival

THE green and white sign across the front of the railway station said "Welcome to Dartmouth Carnival." Normally this would be taken in stride by any Dartmouth man. What was amazing about it was that I was in England when I

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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

IT was a dilly," said Captain Gaudreau, speaking of the riot which broke out in Thayer Hall the night Dartmouth triumphed over Princeton for the Ivy League football championship.

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Class Notes

1918

Please remember 1918's Florida luncheon, Tues., March 31, 2 days after the long vacation weekend of Good Friday, Sat., Easter Sunday. Sitting comfortably in rockers, looking out over lovely Biscayne Bay, or sampling the

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A Senior Talks About Dartmouth

The following talk was given by Thomas C. Seawell '59 of Denver, Colo., at the annual Christmas luncheon of the Dartmouth Association of the Great Divide, held in Denver on December 20 and attended by some 180 alumni,

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Class Notes

1937

As I promised last month, Frank Danzig was trapped into writing this months column. To gather his information, he ran a "West Coast Survey," the results of which, in Frank's own words, are presented here-with:

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1933

Relax fellas and gals. No less an authority than George Rideout, vice-president of Babson's Reports, has just predicted a 5 to 7% increase in business over 1958. George did his "crystal-balling" at the 45 th Annual Business

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