February 1967

Article

Deaths

Feature

"Mr. Hockey" By General Acclaim

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Nous Étudiants à l'Étranger

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Deaths

[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]

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Feature

"Mr. Hockey" By General Acclaim

When the final buzzer sounds in Davis Rink on March 4 Eddie Jeremiah '30 ends a 30-year regime as head coach

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Feature

Nous Étudiants à l'Étranger

Among the booms on campus is student interest and participation in the College's Foreign Study Program

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Article

A Coach They Remember

EDDIE JEREMIAH'S impending retirement as hockey coach has brought forth a flood of reminiscences and tributes from his former players. Following are excerpts from some of the letters received in response to a general call

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

EDUCATION - that mysterious process by which a College man steps onto the Commencement platform presumably wise - is the object of more soul-searching than usual this year.

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Class Notes

1949

Hardly seems possible but here we are toasting one another with the bubbly stuff once again, congratulating our fat friends on their business promotions, and kissing their Spying wives on looking so damned well in spite of a

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Class Notes

1920

We had Christmas with our family in Massachusetts and leaving the Christmas storm behind us, pushed a bit coming down to keep ahead of predictions of another storm and arrived in Florida Wednesday evening, December 28. We are at

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Class Notes

1921

Ralph Loomis has two great regrets: he has never explored Nova Scotia and never paddled the length of the Connecticut by canoe. In 1917 he chose Dartmouth because he wanted to play baseball and to write. Earlier he dreamed of

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Class Notes

1955

Air Force pilot Jim Waldman was promoted to major, and last summer completed the Army parachute school at Fort Benning, Ga. He writes, "In August I was transferred from the cockpit to Syracuse University, where I'm a full-time

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Class Notes

1939

For the first time in a long while we must start our column on a sad note. Bill Prudden passed away on November 20. His autobiography in our Reunion Book was so full of life and achievements and driving force that it is hard

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