May 1977

Feature

Women at the Top (almost)

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OISER: Massaging the Media

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Natural Energy Resource

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Women at the Top (almost)

"THIS says the older woman proudly, "this is my daughter, the Dartmouth professor!" Assistant Professor of English Ellen Rose may find her mother's introductions embarrassing, but at least her own pride of accomplishment

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OISER: Massaging the Media

Rub it and, like the genie in the bottle, you can make music, art, and war

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Natural Energy Resource

"POETRY," says Richard Eberhart '26, a man who should know, "is a natural energy resource of our country. It has no energy crisis, possessing a potential that will last as long as the country...."

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Article

War

BACK in the spring of 1975, Dave DeMarco's patience was beginning to fray. He was on the bus when Dartmouth's baseball team left the cover of Leverone Field House for its annual tour of Virginia and the Carolinas, but he was

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Article

Paddler, Climber, 4-term Planner

THE College course catalogue encourages students "to make imaginative use of the flexibility of the four-term system in planning their undergraduate programs." Ginger Cox '77 takes the admonition seriously, having spent

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Feature

Gold-Medal Equestrian

"That attractive American from the Blue Hills of Vermont" was British competitor Princess Anne's description of EDWARD E. EMERSON JR. '63, a member of the first U.S. Equestrian Team to win the World Championships. Friends and neighbors

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Books

Notes on justice finally done and old tales long in the telling.

Etched into memory, the scenario is readily recalled by thousands of aging Dartmouth alumni. The time: Saturday, November 16, 1940, late afternoon. The place: Memorial Field. The score: Dartmouth 3, Cornell 0. Fourth quarter;

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Class Notes

1948

The difficulty in finding enough '48 information to give this column some common interest among the membership of our widely spread Class is made more than worthwhile by the occasional unexpected letter or phone call that comes

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1974

Frisbee, softball, climbing Eagle's Ledges, Union Village Dam, soccer, and a final term as an undergraduate are some of the things that come to mind in recollecting a triplet of springs past. It is indeed somewhat of a conceptual

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The Hunting Season: Warily We Go

PEOPLE are sprawled about me, reading newspapers or sleeping (it's possible to hear an occasional snore). I am on the 5:02 out of New York City, crawling toward Connecticut and home, having just finished another day of

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