February 1969

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THE UNSUNG HERO OF THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CASE

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The Bearing of the Green

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A Call for Equal Opportunity

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THE UNSUNG HERO OF THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CASE

150 years ago, on February 2, 1819, the U. S. Supreme Court handed down its historic decision preserving the College. Credit for the victory belongs to President Francis Brown as well as to Daniel Webster.

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The Bearing of the Green

SOME say it was an incendiary kind of day, June 16, 1968. Discordant and disturbing it surely was — like the world which the Class of 1968 has inherited.

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A Call for Equal Opportunity

ABROAD program to strengthen Dartmouth's capacity to meet the needs of disadvantaged young people, especially black students, was unanimously endorsed by the Dartmouth Board of Trustees at its annual winter meeting last month.

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A Student View of the Crisis, 1816-19

Undergraduate letters from Rufus Choate to his brother describe the effect of the Dartmouth College Case on the campus at the time of the controversy. Excerpts and introductory explanations are from an earlier selection made by Edward Connery Lathem '51.

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Article

Trustees and Alumni Council Meet

THE sixth combined meeting of the Board of Trustees and the. Alumni Council took place in Hanover over the weekend of January 9-11. The National Executive Committee of the Third Century Fund and the Bicentennial Executive

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The Undergraduate Chair

THE College Committee on Standing and Conduct (CCSC) last month tussled with its own conscience and the thorny issue of dissent. By any yardstick, it appeared to have won and lost on both counts. The new judiciary's conscience

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Class Notes

1955

Dave Steinberg, who's president of the Dartmouth Club of Philadelphia, notes that a number of our classmates are currently Dartmouth Club officers; ten of them presidents. The other presidents are Gene Givens, Los Angeles;

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Class Notes

1932

A pleasant crop of postcarded messages to pass along this month. Chip Cronin writes from Jackson Heights, N. Y., where he is "still at the same old stand in the securities business as manager of Wood, Walker & Co.'s office,

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Class Notes

1940

It is always good to hear from classmates too long absent from these columns and I feel as though I have hit the jackpot with two such letters this month. Maybe there are others who keep their New Year's resolutions as well as

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Class Notes

1920

We arrived in Florida on December 29, same address, same house but different telephone number which we do not yet have. Going through Fairfield, Conn., we phoned the Siglers. They expect to leave February 15 and will be at St.

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