March 1977

Feature

Dinner for the Colonel

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Rambling with Melancholy

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A Versatile, Admirable Teacher With "Every Feature of a Drill Sergeant'(sic)

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Dinner for the Colonel

This excerpt is from a satiric novel, published in 1928, called The Professor's Wife. Like the recent best-seller The War Between the Tates, the setting is distinctly academic, only instead of echoing faintly of Cornell, The Professor's

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Rambling with Melancholy

MEANDERING - which means that there are assorted things to relate, many interesting but few startling, all worthy of conversation but none particularly conclusive as Dartmouth's winter season travels past. Such introductions

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A Versatile, Admirable Teacher With "Every Feature of a Drill Sergeant'(sic)

AT precisely eight o'clock the lecture begins. A hundred and fifty students keep a watchful eye on the large man at the front of Filene auditorium. He explains a point and turns to write on the blackboard behind him. At 8:05, a

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Women and Admissions: All Deliberate-speed Ahead

WHEN the Trustees met in January and decided to increase the number of women students at Dartmouth and reduce the number of men, they were, paradoxically, voting at once for change and for protecting the status quo. The change,

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Class Notes

1974

Well into spring now, rumor has it that perhaps now Buffalo will resurface, revealing objects lost months ago. Westernites are still pondering over what could have gone wrong in the snow-delivery department. In this vein,

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Class Notes

1959

Brrrrrrrrrr! I hope by the time you are reading this, the weather has returned to some reasonable sense of normalcy. Down here in Hotlanta, they've never seen such cold in their lives. Thank goodness for four years in Hanover.

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Premises, Premises

THE RECENT furor over the Trustees' decision regarding admission of more women and the petition "demanding" equal access overlooked one basic premise upon which Dartmouth College, and institutions like it, are founded: that the

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The Yusens' Wild-blue Yonder

HAVE wife, do travel. That might well be the motto of Walter S. Yusen '58, whose one hat reads "President, Yusen Associates, Inc., Woburn, Mass." (electrical construction materials) and whose other reads "Travel Officer,

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Class Notes

1976

The amount of correspondence this month has been minimal. I'm sure its due to the severe cold. Everyone's ink well must have been frozen, along with other things.

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Class Notes

1972

By the time your eyes focus on these words, the spring season will have arrived. Those of us who live in northern New England realize that March 21 might signal the equinox, but it will be some time before one dares convert his

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