June 1977

Feature

Merchant of Menace, Purveyor of Pleasure

Article

The Valedictories

Feature

Yesterday's Glories Tomorrow's ?

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Feature

Merchant of Menace, Purveyor of Pleasure

ARTHUR LOEB MAYER, visiting professor of drama and lecturer in film at Dartmouth and other places, sometimes describes himself as "an old and thoroughly unreliable publicity man, a strictly commercial character, wholly unfit

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Article

The Valedictories

LIKE you, I find I have memories which, in response to the season and the time, have been swimming up into consciousness these last few days. I remember my first mistake at Dartmouth, and my first triumph.

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Feature

Yesterday's Glories Tomorrow's ?

A decade isn't a particularly long Aperiod of time. However, for Dartmouth athletics the years from 1968 until today represent a period of transition unmatched in any other equivalent span since the baseball team lost to

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Article

Honorary Degrees

Earl Henry Blaik

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Article

Mr. Badger Makes the Boats Go

WHAT looks a bit like a badger, except for the perpetual cigar drooping out of his mouth and the recently added mustache, is a badger. A Wendell Badger, to be exact. You can find this Badger near the water. Badge, as he's called,

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Books

Notes on a Pulitzer not given and on Dr. Bob, a gruff, humane Yankee who helped found AA

ONE DOESN'T normally choose to try conclusions with such august bodies as the Pulitzer Prize Advisory Board. For one thing, they sit, presumably, at the hub of the nation's book publishing activities, and we sit in Hanover, New

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Class Notes

1974

As another class of undergraduates is magically and instantly transformed into alumni and alumnae, the same ceremonial circumstances of three years past come to mind. We recall Class Day orations in a beautifully green Bema, a

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Class Notes

1923

We are still cleaning up the tree damage from the worst storm of the winter, which made its debut on the first day of spring. This is the sort of experience that makes Florida converts of the likes of us, even if the weather

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Class Notes

1942

By now, we've had our 35th Reunion, and we've got a new bunch of class officers . . . and I can't report on either because I'm writing this fully six weeks or more before you're reading it. Whereas I cannot go into details and

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Feature

They Also Went Forth

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