October | November 1977

Feature

Men and Women: What's the Difference?

Feature

The Singing of the Cider

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The Bakke Case

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Feature

Men and Women: What's the Difference?

Just the Facts Ma'am And the Lacks, Sir

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Feature

The Singing of the Cider

Strong drink the old New England way

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The Bakke Case

Objectivity v. selectivity and diversity

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Class Notes

1971

October brought a bulging mailbag, replete with news of Ed Ranson's wedding on August 6 to Barbara Bloom, an MIT grad who, believe it or not, he met as a blind date while at Dartmouth. Barbara works as a civil engineer in San

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"My hardships were excessive"

When we were young and sturdy The year was 1772 and, against the advice of his father and friends who "regarded it as a visionary and wild undertaking," a young man by the name of Joseph Vaill left the relative comfort of his Connecticut home and started out for Dartmouth. He earned money at the College-owned sawmill for two years before entering with the Class of 1778, and his account of work and student life later appeared in Isaac Parson's Memoir of the Life and Character of Rev. Joseph Vaill (reprinted in A Dartmouth Reader ). It is, especially, an account of hard WORK, but even some of today's well-fed students may find in Vaill a kindred spirit. As with many of them, he graduated from Dartmouth in debt.

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Class Notes

1948

In the first-things-first department, all '48s and wives and families and friends who expect to be in Hanover on Saturday, October 22 for the Cornell game please note that John Val Raalte,Lloyd Krumm, and Barney Hoisington have

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Class Notes

1959

First of all, I want to personally congratulate everyone who contributed to the 1977 Alumni Fund and thank our outstanding team of class agents. We had 408 contributors, the most we've ever had in a non-reunion year, and gave

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Article

Just a Matter of Scheduling

THE beginning of the story is familiar enough: a young professor, up to his hiking boot-tops in course outlines and committee work, who still finds time to shoot the breeze with his students and romp with his three small children.

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Old Roadster

WINSLOW R. HATCH '3O is writing a book called Old Roads and New Insights. The roads are important to him, but the insights immeasurably more so.

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From the 47th Floor

SOME months ago, as I began to gear up, emotionally and physically, for my summer as a magazine intern in New York, I found the June issue of a popular women's magazine propped open in my half-packed suitcase. The magazine was

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