February 1966

Feature

The Antileadership Vaccine

Feature

The Computer at Dartmouth

Article

The Undergraduate Chair

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Feature

The Antileadership Vaccine

It is generally believed that we need enlightened and responsible leaders - at every level and in every phase of our national life. Everyone says so. But the nature of leadership in our society is very imperfectly understood, and

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Feature

The Computer at Dartmouth

A New Essential of Liberal Education

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

AN obscene fraternity newsletter, carelessly dropped on Main Street in early November, triggered a complicated series of events which resulted in a campus-wide controversy concerning the fundamentals of student

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Class Notes

1914

The Dartmouth administration has always favored the admission of any properly qualified grandsons; so about 75 years ago in February, when a few unbiased grandmothers exclaimed on seeing the newborn babes - "Oh, how beautiful.

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Class Notes

1920

Now that the Holidays are over we can all draw a deep breath - for happy as they are they can also be hectic.

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Class Notes

1922

Relax, Twoters, unwind - Bob Blackman and his fine assistants stay at Dartmouth. And '22 - the youngest of Dartmouth's really old classes - is thereby delighted. The class tips its hat to Mrs. Kay Blackman who spoke for all of

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Class Notes

1918

We are looking forward to the reports which Al Gottschaldt, Chairman of Publicity and Public Relations for the Florida 1966 POW-WOW, has agreed to prepare for JackBingham and I hope, which Stan Jones will prepare for the ALUMNI

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Class Notes

1939

Al Tishman wrote a gem of a letter back in December to a few of our members who had forgotten to pay their dues. He concluded, "I'm sure most of you must have won at least $10 on the Dartmouth-Princeton game which you are not

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Class Notes

1955

George Fenzl, now a lieutenant commander, has spent the past two years as catapult officer on the U.S.S. Ticonderoga, an attack carrier, and has made two cruises to the Viet Nam war zone. During the 1964 cruise the Ticonderoga

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Article

One of the Founders of the D.O.C. Looks Askance at Modern Skiing

As onetime roommate of Fred Harris '11 and his lieutenant at the founding and during the formative years of the Dartmouth Outing Club, I read John Thayer's informative article last winter with great interest and mixed emotions.

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