July 1968

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Non-Violent Change in Our Society

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"People as Well as Things"

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The Senior Valedictory

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Non-Violent Change in Our Society

THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

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"People as Well as Things"

THE FIFTY-YEAR ADDRESS

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The Senior Valedictory

WE of the Class of 1968 are gathered here today in order that we may properly take leave of Dartmouth College. Dressed in the gowns of tradition, we will cross the platform to collect our certificates of success. Then, having

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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS

It is not merely your having been born on April first or even your editorship of humor at Yale that makes you slightly suspect as the author of "the real story of Bill Benton," a character who in your words, "all his

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1943's 25th

They came from everywhere — from Miami, Poultney, Sandy Hook, Mount Wolf, Shaker Heights, Reno, and San Juan. They came in Lincolns, Fords, VWs, campers, and Lear Jets — and mostly station wagons piled with gear and kids. 168

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Reunion Week: Fun Plus Education

DARTMOUTH'S class reunions had a special quality this year. The traditional fun and frolic were not missing — in fact, they were enjoyed by the largest number of persons ever in Hanover for Reunion Week, June 17-23 — but the

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1918's 50th

Our Golden Roundup was indeed golden in every figurative sense of that word. You can "Read all about it," as the newsboys used to cry, in an extra "Roar" — soon to appear — wherein a vivid, detailed story of our Fiftieth will be

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With the Big Green Teams

DARTMOUTH varsity and freshman teams finished the 1968 spring season with a flair. After humble beginnings, the baseball team broke loose for a record-setting 20-11 summary. In each of the past two seasons Coach Lupien's

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Council Honors Three Alumni

AT the dinner of the Alumni Council in Thayer Hall, June 19, the Council bestowed its highest honor, the Dartmouth Alumni Award, on two prominent graduates of the College: John Hurd 21 of Hanover, Professor of English Emeritus

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1934's 34th

To those who recall the facility and wit of Stan Silverman, twice Jack-o' editor and once Senior Fellow, let it quickly be known that this is not he at the typewriter, but your old Newsletter Editor filling in just for this

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