October 1966

Feature

MILITARY POWER: THE FADING PERSUADER

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WORLD UNDERSTANDING: A Job for Mass Communications

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The Faculty

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MILITARY POWER: THE FADING PERSUADER

In the modern world, technology and economics have taken on roles of growing importance

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WORLD UNDERSTANDING: A Job for Mass Communications

IT is easy to prove in this exciting era that due to mass media and communications a revolution unparalleled in history is in the making in world understanding. Sensational developments in science and economics have created a new

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Article

The Faculty

PROFESSOR Elmer Harp Jr. of Anthropology began a 32-month project this summer which he hopes will further the development of an aerial photographic system for archaeological research and add to our knowledge of early cultures

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With the Big Green Teams

lAMBAST those Lambert Trophy guys!" "Maul those poison ivy champs!" Such bombastic yells from a small, but loud, group of Southern Connecticut State College students who had accompanied their team to Hanover for a controlled

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Class Notes

1920

First off— about the 1920-21 summer picnic and steak roast at Abe Weld's farm tucked away up on the side of a mountain in Bradford, N. H. There were between 70 and 80 from the two classes, a few from other classes, Red Rolfe

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Class Notes

1911

The chimes on Baker are about to ring out the opening of Dartmouth's 197 th year and the start of 1911's 56th year as alumni to whom will go as usual the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE. YOU know that all a classmate has to do to

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Class Notes

1932

We open another year of reporting on class news - your job, business, family. Something may come through on your hobbies, community activities, travel, philosophy, current thinking. . . .

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Class Notes

1952

One thing about these October notes. A fellow always has some news to report. It piles up over the summer. Wish it was that way every month! Yep, lots of water has gone under the bridge since last report. Scarcely know where to

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Class Notes

1926

This note is by way of apology to PhilBenjamin, Dick Mandel, and our fine Class Memorial Book Committee for making no mention of their great work in my Reunion Report. In any event, you all have received a copy of the Memorial

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Class Notes

1921

Some men feel let down after a party. But not Kent McKinley. He was so excited that he nearly suffered a coronary. Wearing black pants, black shirts, and black masks, four white gunmen invaded his luxurious Sarasota home in

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