June 1959

Article

The Fraternity Discrimination Issue

Article

THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

Feature

My 65 Years as a Class Secretary

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Article

The Fraternity Discrimination Issue

IN an interview over Dartmouth's radio station WDCR, on the night of April 13, President Dickey discussed the past history and present status of the official College policy, voted by the Trustees, that all Dartmouth

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Article

THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

AMERICAN colleges in the twentieth century have been unique for their concentration on mass education. While European universities have offered intensive high-quality training to a select few, our philosophy has been to give

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Feature

My 65 Years as a Class Secretary

"AN ADVENTURE IN HUMAN RELATIONS"

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Class Notes

1936

These June notes bring to a close another year of '36 history and the fourth year in office of your present secretary. While you have been reading these monthly notes about your classmates perhaps you have felt, as I have, that

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Class Notes

1918

Each month I am trying to have about six members of our class furnish me with an outline of their present activities and those of their families. I find that some respond promptly and others are procrastinating. Until I

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Feature

A Panathenaic Prize Amphora

CURATOR OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART, THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

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Article

THE FACULTY

A FIVE-YEAR research grant totaling $40,250 has been awarded to Professor Roy P. Forster of the Department of Zoology by the U.S. Public Health Service. His project, titled "Cellular Aspects of Active Transport by Renal

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Class Notes

1929

Regarding new addresses given in the Mav issue, Fred Cook has written in the following: Was separated from active military service in March 1957 with the rank of Major. Worked as manager of mutual funds sales office one year.

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Class Notes

1921

Here are some of his victims: Bob Blackman and Red Rolfe; Al Dickerson and Colonel Moorman, C. O. of the Dartmouth ROTC, Army; Karl Michael, Coach of Dartmouth swimming and Charlie Widmayer, Editor of You-Know-What. In the

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Feature

LOG DRIVE

COME spring these things change up at the College Grant; it's time for the "drive." Dartmouth undergraduates and alumni who are familiar with the 27,000-acre Second College Grant tract, most likely appreciate its summertime

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