April 1970

Feature

The Dilemma of World Power

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Revival of the M.D. Degree

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THE KEMENY INAUGURATION

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The Dilemma of World Power

20TH CENTURY REFLECTIONS The 1969 Alumni College Lectures - IV

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Feature

Revival of the M.D. Degree

AFTER a lapse of 56 years, the Dartmouth Medical School will return to the full M.D. course of study in September. The new program, taking only three years instead of the traditional four, is designed to serve as a test

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THE KEMENY INAUGURATION

IN his first two official acts as President of Dartmouth College, President Kemeny sprang surprises on John and Christina Dickey. He conferred honorary degrees on both - the Doctorate of Laws on retiring President Dickey

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Article

The Faculty

PROFESSOR John Sloan Dickey was welcomed into the faculty ranks as a "master teacher" on the eve of his retirement from the College presidency on March 1.

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Class Notes

1935

Hanover on a crisp, still, winter night has a charm all its own. The floodlights gleaming on Dartmouth Row, with soft reflections glistening on the snow. Warm lights with yellowish cast glowing from Baker, Hopkins Center, and

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

A COLLEGE inauguration is an infrequent thing, especially at Dartmouth; and so, aside from the transfer of a few traditional symbols of the "Wheelock Succession," each ceremony is the product of the style of the

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Class Notes

1926

Class Chairman Tubber Weymouth informs me: (1) Hal Marshall has accepted chairmanship of Class Nominating Committee to select class leadership for the 5 years following our 45th Reunion this June 15-17; (2) Chuck Webster has

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Class Notes

1937

For the second month in a row we regretfully bear the kind of news that is hardest for us all to accept. We have lost another loved and popular classmate, ShermBlake, in Portland, Me. Details will be found in the obituary section

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Class Notes

1961

The number of letters this month fell off dramatically. My wife Rita pointed out that maybe there are just 28 '61s who give a damn anyway and they all wrote at once. I gave her a loving pat and assured her that you all would get

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Class Notes

1919

We report to start with, knowing all are waiting with bated breath, that the 1919 Three-hour-for-lunch Club of N.Y.C. met and fed itself at the Dartmouth Club on Feb. 2. Eleven were present: Chet DeMond, Ralph Welsh, Nick

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