January 1966

Feature

They Do Things Differently at Oxford

Article

The Undergraduate Chair

Feature

Did Webster Really Say It?

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Feature

They Do Things Differently at Oxford

One of the eleven young Dartmouth graduates at Oxford this year describes the ancient and modern facets of an educational experience quite removed from one's college course in this country.

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

THERE comes a time in the course of every term when the undergraduate must face up to the reality of approaching finals, confront the enormity of a much-postponed paper, break out a long neglected syllabus, and attack

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Feature

Did Webster Really Say It?

That "small college" phrase ...

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Article

With the Big Green Teams

THE 1965 Dartmouth football season never ended. Those Old Greens and young students just wouldn't let it. And, as the announcement of the Lambert Trophy to Dartmouth as the East's outstanding team came through to be followed

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Class Notes

1922

Congratulations from '22, the youngest of Dartmouth's really old classes, to Coach Bob Blackman and his assistants, and to Capt. Tom Clarke '66 and his undefeated, untied team. And if the "Jolly Green Genius" and his assistants

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Class Notes

1920

What a football year! Ivy League Champion, Coach of the year, Lambert Trophy! A Wah-hoo-wah to the coaches and the boys! While this is being written, however, word has just been received that Blackman may leave Dartmouth which

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Feature

The HIGH COST of Running a College

MUCH has been written and spoken about "forward thrust" as Dartmouth carries out planned programs in the years leading up to the 1969 Bicentennial. The law that applies here, insofar as college finances are concerned, is

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Class Notes

1918

As you doubtless saw in the article published in the December issue of the ALUMNIMAGAZINE, the College honored Ed Healey at a luncheon at the Tom Dent Memorial Cabin in Hanover, N. H., on Friday, November 12. Red Rolfe '31,

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Class Notes

1932

Dartmouth 28 Princeton 14. And my prediction in last month's column was correct. Among the 46,000 who saw the great game were Charles Adkins, Bill Allyn, Joe Boldt, Ben Burch, Joe Byram, Mike Cardozo, Art Mayes, Jim Miller, Doc

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1914

Januarions, Hail!

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