December 1966

Feature

"Hoppy" on His Early Dartmouth Years

Feature

The Philosophy of Culture

Article

The Undergraduate Chair

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Feature

"Hoppy" on His Early Dartmouth Years

PUBLISHED IN COMMEMORATION OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF MR. HOPKINS' INAUGURATION AS PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE

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Feature

The Philosophy of Culture

DAVID MAY DISTINGUISHED UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR IN THE HUMANITIES, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

I'M depressed," the freshman announced last month as he wandered into a dorm room of seniors one evening. "I don't want to book any more; I got hit high and low in football practice; my date shot me down with a postcard. What

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Class Notes

1914

December has rolled around again and it's time we saluted the following youngsters on having achieved another year. These fellows selected the one month in the year when birthday presents and Christmas presents are likely to

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Class Notes

1920

It's football time and it's news when two '20 men come on from California to see a football game, and the autumn foliage. Ralph and Dorothy Roberts came from Pasadena, and Bill and Harriett Sinclair from San Jose. The Sinclairs

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Class Notes

1921

Tina, daughter of Skinny Moore, writes from Rayong, Thailand, what it is like to be a Peace Corps worker. At 6:30 on a Sunday she pops out of bed to wash the floors but can't. No water. She teaches at one school in the "real"

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Class Notes

1915

With Thanksgiving safely survived (we hope) and football now a memory of mingled reactions, it is well to "record a reasonably happy dinner-gathering of '15ers after the Harvard game in Cambridge, where the why's and

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Class Notes

1933

'33 has turned out in record numbers to support the Big Green on three successive glorious New England Saturdays. In the class section at the Brown game we saw Virginia and Whit Kimball, Dorrie andGeorge Drowne, Harriet and Dumps

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Class Notes

1924

Just as the last column was written after the Princeton game, so this is delayed after the Columbia game - partly because of the game but more because this retired man is doing more than ever before ... and that's the word I am

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Class Notes

1954

When Santa makes his nocturnal rounds this year, he's going to have a tough time catching up with some '54's. He'd be well advised to call on Tony Lukeman in broad daylight and wearing his brightest suit. Tony is a major with

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