May 1973

Feature

What's So New About It?

Article

The Indian Yell Revisited

Feature

LAND OF LOVE

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Feature

What's So New About It?

Although they may not have been admitted as undergraduates until 1972, women have been a part of Dartmouth history from the beginning

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Article

The Indian Yell Revisited

In a letter to the editor last month, Mr. Ayers stated that "quite a piece could be written" about Ralph Walkingstick '18 and the Dartmouth Indian Cheer he introduced as an undergraduate. He has been persuaded to write that piece, and it follows.

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Feature

LAND OF LOVE

Life in Tonga as a Foreign Study visitor

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Feature

SCOPE: Off-Campus Options Made Easier

When the Trustees approved the Dartmouth Plan for year-round operation in late 1971, President Kemeny hailed it as "an innovation which will offer maximum freedom of choice for future students." He went on to predict that "It

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Article

Faculty

Although moving with glacial slowness, Iceland is believed to be splitting apart and, in the process, may provide scientists with clues to the riddle of the structure and mechanics of movement of the earth crust, according to

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Article

His Own Man

After 40 years with the Magazine, 30 as Editor, Charlie Widmayer 30 retires with the July issue

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Class Notes

1935

There is nothing like a Glee Club concert to pump up the Dartmouth spirit. Chicago was the 12th one-night stand on their 14-city spring tour, but the resilience of youth belied any trace of fatigue. Those who haven't seen the group

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Article

Endowed Professorships

"The epitome of successful communication is the product of a good man speaking well." — QUINTILLIAN

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Article

Supreme Court Judge at 31

Staff Writer, Clarksburg Exponent

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Class Notes

1950

March lived up to its promise, but only if you were lucky enough to be within commuting range of the extreme reaches of northern New England The snows in Stowe were bountiful; at Sugarbush and its environs, adequate; elsewhere,

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