June 1967

Feature

Prophecy in Painting

Feature

The Wallace Affair

Feature

RETIRING FACULTY

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Feature

Prophecy in Painting

Orozco's Dartmouth murals, scheduled for restoration soon, are one of the world's great depictions of the legend and prophecy of Quetzalcoatl

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Feature

The Wallace Affair

THINGS were different this time.

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Feature

RETIRING FACULTY

Seven professors whose periods of service to the College range from 19 to 40 years, and total 217 years, close out their active teaching careers at Dartmouth on June 30. Their retirement deprives the College of a group distinguished for teaching, scholarship, and lasting contributions to the Dartmouth community.

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Feature

AN ATHLETIC SUMMING UP

"Red" Rolfe '31, on the eve of retiring as Director of Athletics, expresses some views on the state of Big Green sports

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Class Notes

1959

Here's the final round of gossip before the summer layoff. I don't know why I say "summer," because the way it's been around here this spring, it seems as though we're going right back into winter. We had four inches of snow the

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

GEORGE WALLACE was a symbol of Southern segregation in 1963, and he was still that symbol in 1967. But in 1963, when the Alabama governor swung through Hanover, he spoke to a large crowd in the Field House while pickets

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Class Notes

1916

On July 19, 1917, the Fifteenth U.S. Regiment of Engineers landed at Liverpool where the then Lord Mayor welcomed them as "the first armed forces of a foreign power to land on English soil since William the Conqueror in 1066."

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Class Notes

1923

Walt and Connie Dodge moved to Francestown on August 25, 1965. They are now enjoying their second winter amid the New Hampshire snows and are really enjoying life. Connie is still on the board of Massachusetts Eye and Ear

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Class Notes

1940

My foreign correspondents have really come through this month - brightening my heart and my son's as well (he collects stamps). Scotty Rogers did the whole Pacific bit, in the name of Parker-Hanafin business, from Japan to

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Class Notes

1920

What a winter this has been just about everywhere. In fact, perhaps it is worldwide, as a card from Sherry and ElizabethBaketel speaks of the blustery weather they were experiencing on their Spain trip and hoping it would be warmer

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