November 1973

Feature

mAgnA CARTA: Seventh Crisis of John Plantagenet

Article

Big Green Teams

Article

Editor, Banker, Artist, Engineer, Physicist Dartmouth's Post-War Refugee Students 25 Years Later

2021

Feature

mAgnA CARTA: Seventh Crisis of John Plantagenet

This article has been adapted from a lecture given during the 1973 Alumni College, which had an overall theme of "Law: Who Needs It?" Professor Wood, Academic Director of the Alumni College and, since 1964, a member of the History Department, has known his own seven (or dozen?, or two dozen?) crises as the embattled chairman of the Hanover - Norwich School Board.

3637

Article

Big Green Teams

This is not your standard report on the activities of Dartmouth's athletic legions. Then, again, this has not been what you'd call a standard fall term on the Dartmouth sports scene. Especially the football scene. In fact, if

3233

Article

Editor, Banker, Artist, Engineer, Physicist Dartmouth's Post-War Refugee Students 25 Years Later

"He has got to the place where he will make something of himself, or perhaps never will."

5051

Class Notes

1935

The autumn foliage was at its magnificent best. A record crowd of 120 classmates, wives and adult-type children made the trek. By all odds. 35's annual fall reunion, October 5-6-7, was the best ever and a happy portent of what we

1415

Article

THE FBI AND ME or, How I Didn't Shoot Eisenhower

My bewilderments over the manner in which the FBI creates its raw files began not long after Pearl Harbor. The neat visitor the serge suit scolded me gently for not demanding, in wartime, to see his credentials first. He had

1617

Article

The College

November, meteorologically the gloomiest month of the year in Hanover, descends as October's spectacular foliage fades and hopes for a fifth straight Ivy League football crown are rekindled after a faltering start.

6263

Class Notes

1956

Opening up another year includes the sounds of clashing shoulder pads, the smell of wood smoke and a lot of other things that signal a renewal apart from nature's spring. A much appreciated note from Len Clark brings us up to date

3435

Article

ROBERT E.GOSSELIN

Irene Heinz Given Professor of Pharmacology

5859

Class Notes

1950

The first few days of fall are teasing. Already in New Jersey, a locale hardly known for vibrant landscapes, a few bright yellows and deep reds have appeared. True, you have to look for them, out they signal the beauties of the

6061

Class Notes

1954

Well, winter is almost upon us and if all the reports are correct, some of you may now be scrambling for a tank full of oil or gas just to keep warm for the rest of the winter. According to all the news reports this is supposed to

October1973 December1973