April 1967

Feature

Life with Uncle

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DICK'S HOUSE

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UNCLE SAM AT DARTMOUTH

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Life with Uncle

Americans colleges and universities, recipients of billions in Federal funds, have a new relationship:

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DICK'S HOUSE

Dartmouth's infirmary, marking its 40th anniversary, superbly fulfills the useful and gracious purpose a Dartmouth father and mother had in creating this memorial to their son, Dick Hall '27

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UNCLE SAM AT DARTMOUTH

One's first conjecture about Federal dollars in the financial bloodstream of Dartmouth College is likely to be the assumption that such support is not a big factor in the educational operations of the College. This idea

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

THIS month a new and controversial pre-Rush program will enable freshmen to tour fraternities and get their bearings before Rush begins next fall.

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Article

Eloquence at Gettysburg and Daniel Webster

LIBERAL ideas boldly advocated have ever been the unique and unfailing thesis of democratic spokesmen. Demosthenes on the Bema, Cicero in the Forum, Patrick Henry in the House of Burgesses, all assailed monarchy and oligarchy

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Class Notes

1920

"Going Local" seems to be a trend among fraternities. Early in the year Delta Upsilon became Foley House - that is for our own Al Foley.

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Class Notes

1941

Thanks to a meeting of the Executive Committee, some hard work on the part of Bruce Friedlich, and the fact that a few of you took pity on your struggling Secretary, the news barrel is less empty than a month ago.

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Class Notes

1922

In the autumn of 1918 Dartmouth's enrollment totaled 750 students including a freshman class of 434. Practically all were in the Student Army Training Corps or a similar Navy organization. Reveille sounded at 6:00 a.m. or some

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Class Notes

1924

Elsewhere in this or a subsequent issue you will find three brief commentaries on the lives of three very-well-known classmates, Al Burke, Charlie Kearns, and FrankTurner and the sudden ending to each. It has been the thought of

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1935

'35 Up! Let's sound the battle cry, and go all-out for the Alumni Fund this year. It's really a '35 production this time, with Ralph Lazarus as general chairman and two more '3sers on the national committee - Ed Ramsey and Dave

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