December 1969

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Eleazar Wheelock and the Dartmouth College Charter

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Eleazar: The Man Behind the Myth

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Charter of Dartmouth College

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Eleazar Wheelock and the Dartmouth College Charter

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY

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Eleazar: The Man Behind the Myth

YALE men asking Dartmouth graduates about one of Yale's most distinguished graduates, Eleazar Wheelock, would elicit peculiar and distorted comments. Myth and legend surrounding the first president light up the statue and

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Charter of Dartmouth College

GEORGE THE THIRD by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland KING Defender of the Faith, and so forth.—

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THE WHEELOCK SUCCESSION

Eleazar Wheelock designated his son John as his successor in accordance with the Charter. At that time John Wheelock was only 25 years old and had neither clerical training nor a scholarly reputation. Fortunately for

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With the Big Green Teams

FIFTY years from now, someone with an historic sense will rummage through the Dark Ages of Dartmouth football (i.e., 1969) and ponder the record of this band of Indians. He'll look at the list of imposing scores - 31-0,

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The Faculty

LEO SPITZER, Assistant Professor of History, recently spent three weeks in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to make arrangements for a new foreign study program in Africa. Under auspices of the Black Studies Program about ten

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Class Notes

1949

If you hear of someone who made Hanover from New York in five hours, don't think as I first did that he has to be a reckless sophomore in a souped-up Triumph. The happy truth is that it might even be your own Uncle George and

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Class Notes

1936

The Dartmouth-Penn football game on October 11 in Hanover was the occasion for another '36 informal reunion at Dexter's Lodge in Sunapee. It was a pleasant and relaxing weekend made more enjoyable by the glorious colors of the

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Class Notes

1918

Today is Friday 31 October. Tomorrow, football at Yale. You as you read this purple prose will have known long since who won and how - not only that game but also those ensuing on our schedule. I, no longer exactly a football

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1942

When a '42 or anyone gives a building to Dartmouth College that is news. Sherman, the first named building resulting from Third Century Fund gifts, is nearing completion. Nestled between Baker Library and Carpenter Hall, it

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