October 1967

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The Faculty

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With the Big Green Teams

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More Dividends Than Expected

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The Faculty

FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS for the 1967-68 academic year have been awarded to six faculty members. The fellowships were inaugurated in 1961 to give young faculty members one uninterrupted year for study, research, and writing in their

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With the Big Green Teams

ONCE again football is upon us with its hustle signaling the coming of fall to the Hanover Plain. Since September 1 the hills around Chase Field have echoed the return of the Big Green. Coach Blackman greeted over 100 players

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More Dividends Than Expected

A Student's-Eye View of Alumni College

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Third Century Fund Leaders ...

Elected a Life Trustee of the College in June, as successor to Harvey P. Hood '18, Mr. Thompson takes on the top leadership of the Third Century Fund after other major services to the College and the Class of 1928.

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Class Notes

1938

Just to clear up what is pending from the last issue of the MAGAZINE, here are some items that failed to make the June issue:

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Halsey Charles Edgerton '06

College's Treasurer Emeritus Dies at the Age of 83

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Class Notes

1929

The meeting of the Class Officers in Hanover was a memorable occasion, and Dukeand Horty Barto, Jack and Jerry Gunther,Ed and Polly Chinlund, and Jack Hubbard were in on all the festivities and the workshops. Talk about gracious

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1916

For pre-game use at Princeton, November 25, the Dartmouth Club of Philadelphia has again secured the big Drill Hall just west of the Stadium, and 1916 is assured exclusive use of one of the few private rooms. The nominal head

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1920

By the time this reaches you it will be both football and foliage time. We are grateful to Laddie Myers for bringing news of several '20 men whom he looked up on his trip to the west coast this summer. He talked with Jake

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1915

"In the Good Old Summertime." Huh! What summer? Maybe Indian Summer will have made up for it! As for spring, the poet says: " 'Tis Spring, the bird is on the wing, My word, how absurd - the wing is on the bird!" With which - we

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