April 1973

Feature

Medical Care via Television

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Faculty

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The Undergraduate Chair

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Feature

Medical Care via Television

First interstate two-way medical television network in the country links Dartmouth-Hitchcock with three other New Hampshire and Vermont centers

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Article

Faculty

After nearly a decade of work, Psychology Professor William. M. Smith has developed a delayed visual feedback machine which he hopes will provide significant contributions to man's understanding of the relationships of the

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The Undergraduate Chair

In recent years in the AlumniMagazine there have not been too many stories or much mention made of the fraternities at the College. And yet, in many ways, the 21 houses on campus have changed as much this past year as the

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Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy

On Monday, February . 26, relatives and friends of en met to pay their final respects to one of Dartth's most teachers and scholars. Born on July 6,1888 Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy died at the age of 84 his home. Four Wells, in

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Class Notes

1950

Only last week the temperature dipped and hinted what winter might have been. Now February plays out its days without fulfilling the threat. Winter here has been a failure, more like a long cold wet spring than its blustery self.

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Class Notes

1930

The big news is that Dot and Rollie Booma have invited the Class to a picnic on Saturday July 21, at their home, Lincoln House Point in Swampscott. In addition to gastronomy, swimming and golf will be on the agenda. Save the

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Class Notes

1923

On February 16 Ted SwartzbaugU played host at his Fort Lauderdale home for a group of 1923 tourists. Cocktails and luncheon were enjoyed) Adah and Art Everitt, Olive and Ted Caswell,Alice and Irish Flanigan, Miriam and Sam Horne,

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JOHN W. FINCH

William R. Kenan Professor of Drama

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Class Notes

1958

We have just returned from the Third Annual Alumni Ski Weekend in Hanover sponsored by our class and despite very mediocre ski conditions and poor weather the weekend went well and was enjoyed by all. Eighteen classes were

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1955

By the time you read this Glenn Wilson should be back home! This article, by Ray Fitzgerald, reprinted from The Boston Sunday Globe, tells the. story:

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