July 1969

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The Bicentennial Year Officially Opens with Ceremony and Fanfare

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The 50-Year Address

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COMMENCEMENT 1969

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The Bicentennial Year Officially Opens with Ceremony and Fanfare

THE ceremony formally opening the Bicentennial Year of Dartmouth College on Saturday, June 14, was a happy and successful occasion. It was made gracious and memorable in the College's history by the participation of the 9th

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The 50-Year Address

THIS is indeed a happy and auspicious occasion. It is even a unique occasion because never again will Dartmouth College hold its Bicentennial Commencement, nor will it ever again begin its Third Century. It is noteworthy also

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COMMENCEMENT 1969

A LTHOUGH it had to be recessed for 35 minutes so the audience could move from the rain-drenched lawn of Baker Library to the protected confines of Leverone Field House, Commencement took place without any manmade

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The Senior Valedictory

I wrote this talk in Baker Library, where I could watch as carpenters and painters prepared this platform. And I felt much like a condemned man looking on while his scaffold is built, for fresh in my mind was last year's speech

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A New Investment Concept: Total Return

VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASUREROF THE COLLEGE

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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS

THE EARL OF DARTMOUTH THE COUNTESS OF DARTMOUTH London, England DOCTORS OF LAWS

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1919's 50th

On Friday the thirteenth in the month of June, the Class of 1919 gathered on the Hanover Plain for its Fiftieth Reunion. And nothing could have been luckier for those who could come. They were 215 in number; 105 men, 84 wives,

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1939's 30th

You will note from the headings above that the guard "has changedeth." Reliable Henry Conkle, requesting relief, has been gently set to pasture amongst his familiar hills of Cashiers, N. C., where we hope he will fatten and rest

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1965's 5th

When the committee began planning our reunion back in September, we theorized that the only real necessities for success were people, the Hanover Plain, and beer. Little did we realize then how correct our thinking was.

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Timbers Heads Alumni Council

WILLIAM H. TIMBERS '37 of Darien, Conn., Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court of Connecticut, was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for 1969-70 at the annual June meeting held in Hanover during Reunion

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