October 1964

Feature

The Hopkins Administration Steps Forward as a National

Feature

Some Hopkins Views on Higher Education

Article

THE FACULTY

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Feature

The Hopkins Administration Steps Forward as a National

RESPONDING to a request for information about some of the formative influences in the early years of his life. President Hopkins in 1943, two years before his retirement, wrote to the late Prof. John M. Mecklin that he

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Feature

Some Hopkins Views on Higher Education

Higher Education

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Article

THE FACULTY

SINCE the last Faculty column in June many new faces have appeared in Hanover, many a learned paper has been read, and new titles have appeared after familiar names. It has been a busy fourmonth period.

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Article

WITH THE BIG GREEN TEAMS

A FOOTBALL squad generally has a personality of its own, a distinctive flavor created by one individual or a certain group of players. For instance, that 1962 Dartmouth team had an exuberance, a poise, an assurance of

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Class Notes

1939

And the melody still lingers on. It was a Ball! We'll never forget those four days of Reunion, and we're glad we went. Actually, our family broke the piggy bank, and the four of us flew from North Carolina up to Hanover and

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Class Notes

1930

Arrival of football ticket application forms today means it is time to take the old typewriter on my knee and try to keep the accumulated news of the summer within the wordage bounds set by our good classmate, ye editor of this

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Class Notes

1932

Returning to print after the summer vacation in this, my second year as class secretary, seems a bit like the usual return of the sophomores. I hope to be able to obtain and pass on all the latest news of your comings and

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Class Notes

1921

It is not news when John Sullivan goes salmon fishing in Canada. For 14 years he has camped on Sainte Marguerite River. In 1964 he did not break his record either in the number of salmon killed or in the size of fish, but he is

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Class Notes

1929

It is Labor Day - a time when we shift gears, so to speak, in anticipation of the fall activities. Your secretary is reminded to begin the 36th year of recordation of these notes for the Class of 1929. As his thoughts roam over

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Class Notes

1963

It seems a little odd to welcome all of you back at the start of a new year of columns because for some the "school year" no longer has much meaning. But for many of us, the school calendar still rules our lives. At any rate,

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