February 1970

Feature

From the Primate Patrimony To the Fellowship of Flowers

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The Pros and Cons of Coeducation

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Speaking of Books

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From the Primate Patrimony To the Fellowship of Flowers

20TH CENTURY REFLECTIONS The 1969 Alumni College Lectures — II Some Anthropological Views on Changing Values in the Passage of Generations

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The Pros and Cons of Coeducation

ONE of the major sessions of the joint meeting of the Board of Trustees and the Dartmouth Alumni Council, held in Hanover on the weekend of December 12-13, was devoted to an interim report by the Trustee Study Committee on

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Speaking of Books

EDITOR, THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW

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PROF. JOHN G. KEMENY CHOSEN AS DARTMOUTH'S 13TH PRESIDENT

THE search for Dartmouth's thirteenth President, conducted intensively for more than a year, came full circle last month when the Board of Trustees settled its choice upon a member of the Dartmouth faculty - John G. Kemeny, A.M.

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The Undergraduate Chair

As usual, the winter term started L quickly and quietly with the customary jammed registration lines on Sunday, January 4, and classes beginning at 8 the next morning. Freezing rain three days after Christmas had left trees in

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Class Notes

1918

Did I murmur something a month ago about winter's coming in? At that time Rollo curled the lip of scorn at my being "reduced," as he put it, "to talk about the weather." But lie withdrew protest when, a little later, weather

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Class Notes

1919

"As we sat on a sunny bank..." not far from "...Christmas Day in the morning..." we were startled by the headlines in our Florida paper, "Vermont Disaster Area as East Starts Cleanup." The story told of 50 inches of new snow,

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Class Notes

1933

Chan Sprague reports from San Francisco having recently talked on the phone with "Bud" Madden. Unfortunately Bud had a serious auto accident several months ago, but he is now getting back in circulation and on the mend.

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1921

Brad Richardson, who has spent a lifetime in Fairmount, Minn., has had a teaching career in the Fairmount High School, and as Superintendent of Schools in Martin County. He looks back to his undergraduate days as being the

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1937

Bless you all who sent Christmas cards and, again, special thanks to those who wrote news or enclosed xerox newsletters. At one time only travelers like the Aylwards, Prescotts or Bryants resorted to this means but we note a growing

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