November | December 1977

November | December 1977

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Feature

Fie on the Flush Toilet

Article

The DCMB Double-entendre March

Feature

See How They Run

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Feature

Fie on the Flush Toilet

ACCORDING to ancient lore of the American Indian, the penalty for anyone who deliberately polluted a spring was swift and sure - death. When I look into the clear water of a toilet bowl, I sometimes think it would be a criminal

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Article

The DCMB Double-entendre March

Sousa wouldn't recognize it

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Feature

See How They Run

ANYONE who reads "Peanuts" or "Doonesbury" knows that recreational running is serious business. What in other places may be the obsession of a conspicuous few is, in Hanover, an epidemic. This is a town where the latestmodel

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Article

Dick's House Is Her House

"RUTH KING sets the tone of Dick's House," says Dr. Raymond Jackson, the director of the Dartmouth health service. King holds the position of Administrator of Patient Care Services at Dick's House, the college infirmary. On

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Article

Their Fathers' Sons

THE fall weekend whereabouts of Joe Sullivan '49, Dr. Bud Lynch '38, and Gene Teevens '52 can be determined by checking a Dartmouth football schedule. Sullivan, voted the outstanding New England football player of 1948, has been

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Class Notes

1974

With the forecast now for turkey dinners, the colors of fall have faded, giving way to tempestuous winter. Those near to the Rockies are vociferating this year for more precipitation of the crystalline variety. Time will tell, we

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Feature

The Campaign for Dartmouth

DARTMOUTH'S open secret came in from the cold early this month when the Trustees officially announced the start of a $160-million, five-year capital campaign. It is called the Campaign for Dartmouth. The $160-million goal dwarfs

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Article

Underseas Sleuth

ANCIENT shipwrecks and sunken treasures of the Spanish Main. Shades of Blackbeard and sea chests spilling over with precious gems and pieces of eight. Historical archeology evokes quite another image: meticulous scientists searching

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Books

Notes on a realist among the Cassandras and one microcosmic answer to a macrocosmic question

CAN THE world be fed in the year 2025? Probably not, say many scientists agronomists, demographers, geographers, climatologists - and the evidence they adduce posits a series of complex, interrelated events which taken together

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Class Notes

1935

The great Class of 1935 returned to Hanover on September 23, 1977, for a 42nd reunion. Activity began in the afternoon with a lecture by Professor Robert Huke '48, "Can We Feed the World in the Year 2025?" Lest you become too

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