June 1969

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Eight Graduates of Dartmouth Who Were First College Presidents

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Twelve Hours and Their Aftermath: The Student Seizure of Parkhurst Hall

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Alumni Awards

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Eight Graduates of Dartmouth Who Were First College Presidents

VOICES crying in the wilderness, the eight Dartmouth men, all clergymen, who were the first presidents of colleges and universities lived up to the College motto, Vox clamantis indeserto, and emulated Eleazar Wheelock in

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Twelve Hours and Their Aftermath: The Student Seizure of Parkhurst Hall

THE warming sun and soft greens of May, softball on the campus, students sunbathing by day and filling the library by night as term-paper deadlines and final exams approached - all added up to a familiar picture of Hanover

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Alumni Awards

THREE of the Dartmouth class officers attending the May 2-3 meetings were specially honored by the Dartmouth Alumni Council, which conferred on them the Dartmouth Alumni Award, symbolic of long and distinguished service to

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The Faculty

CITING "a heavy series of institutional commitments which will keep me fully occupied during the next few months," Provost and Dean of the Faculty Leonard M. Rieser '44 has designated Associate Dean Frank Smallwood '51 as

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The Undergraduate Chair

As I write this column, on a balmy spring Hanover Saturday, a Building and Grounds crew is quietly replacing the sod, churned up by thousands of feet during the May 6 building seizure, in front of Parkhurst Hall. A few days

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The Class Officers Weekend

CLASS officers and their wives were welcomed to Hanover by beautiful spring weather for their annual gathering on May 2 and 3. A total of 234 officers participated in the working sessions of the weekend and, with the 159 wives

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Class Notes

1932

At hand is an article entitled "Violence and the Universities" by Al Levi, David May Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities at Washington University clipped from that institution's magazine. Quite long (with a fine

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Class Notes

1918

You would, I think, want me to begin where I left off writing on Friday 4 April just as word came in from Arizona of the sudden death of our own Colonel Duke. ... His body was flown here and on Wednesday the 9th was buried in

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FOUR PROFESSORS WHO ARE RETIRING

JAMES L. SCOTT, A.M. '39, completes the 42nd year of his affiliation with Dartmouth this month. After receiving his A.B. degree in 1926 from Swarthmore College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, he went to the University of

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1949

"Bollie" Bollenbach, in response to my plaintive query for class news, claims that he is growing balder, greyer, and probably enjoying it less than he did five years ago. Bollie is all for the sun, boats, and loafing, but he

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