November 1961

Article

Some Books for Alumni Readers

Feature

The Cold War and Liberal Learning

Feature

Chairman's Report

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Article

Some Books for Alumni Readers

SINCE 1958, when the three-three curriculum was inaugurated, the course work of freshmen and sophomores has been supplemented by the required Program of General Reading. Two books, from a list prepared by a steering committee,

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Feature

The Cold War and Liberal Learning

President Dickey's 1961 Convocation Address

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Feature

Chairman's Report

Man, by nature and inclination, presses relentlessly forward toward loftier and more challenging goals for himself, for his family, and for those things he holds more dearly. From this search has come the strength of the world, of

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Class Notes

1921

When the Dartmouth players put on "Hamlet" last spring, they were eager to locate a lute, but lutes are harder to come by in this atomic age than in the Elizabethan. A beat-up one was finally found, and Ophelia as she swung

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Class Notes

1930

Following the pleasure of watching the football team win decisively from New Hampshire on September 30 in perfect weather, about 75 classmates, wives, and a few guests foregathered for a cocktail party and dinner at the

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Class Notes

1933

When the boss writes a three page letter and includes a slip for 500 free trading stamps, it's a command performance. So here goes with the latest on Big Chief Hank Smith to whom we are much indebted for a most newsy letter. The

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Class Notes

1918

First, we wish to apologize for misinforming the Class in our October notes that Mary Ellen and Ernie Earley's cocktail party after the Columbia Game on November 11 was going to be run in his former office rather than at his

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Class Notes

1956

A few weeks ago I found a note on my desk signed by Jim Breeden saying, "Jeanne and I were through Hanover today. ... We are in Boston now. I am curate at St. James', Roxbury." Then, on September 26, the Boston Traveler carried

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Class Notes

1952

Sign of the times in '52's own backyard: Ron Scott, Philadelphia lawyer though he is, was one of those young American reservists recalled to active duty on October 1. Ron and Terri had just purchased a home in Merion, Pa., and a

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Article

THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

EXCEPT for a few minor differences, the arrival of the student body on campus this fall was as colorful and confused as ever. The atmosphere was crowded with smiles on meeting new friends, conversations about what was done

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