March 1978

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Stalking the Student Athlete

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The New Classics

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NEFERTITI

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Stalking the Student Athlete

On recruiting

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The New Classics

IIepì Tŵv Néwv IIayaiŵv De Antiquitatibus Novis

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New revelations on "FAIR OF FACE, Joyous with the Double Plume, Mistress of Happiness, Endowed with Favour, at hearing whose voice one rejoices, Lady of Grace, Great of Love, whose disposition cheers the Lord of the Two Lands."

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An Untraditional Path

She's great. She jumps all around, snaps at you — her French is flawless. And she's so tiny, you think you can swat her like a fly. But don't try it! — one of Sova Pheng's French 1 students

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Books

Notes on a Yale man's journal and the 'elbowing self-conceit of youth.'

"Saturday Ist October. The weather, as usual in Hanover, gloomy and unpleasant. Hitherto, the sun has shone upon us only part of one day. I do not wonder at it, however, as Nature, here, wears her most horrid garb."

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Class Notes

1948

A couple of months ago we closed these notes with the casual wish that '48s may enjoy the current winter. It is January 29 as this new issue is being written, and judging from daily inundations reported in the newspapers as well as

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Class Notes

1963

Mike Cardozo is listed in the December issue of the Washington Monthly as one of the "strongest presences" among the second rank of White House aides. Mike, who, with Appointments Secretary Tim Kraft comprises the Dartmouth

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Grades Ad Parnassum

THIS article arises out of the curious notion of my friend the editor that I am, though on the one hand a notorious conservative, also on the other a generous - he even said "liberal" - grader in my Dartmouth courses.

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His Business Is Going Down the Hole

"He is probably the closest thing to a genius we have around here," says a colleague describing JAMES A. BROWNING '44, a versatile citizen whose resume includes engineer, Thayer School professor, inventor, entrepreneur, and

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Class Notes

1974

After the long mid-winter respite of the last two months, readers will remember that the writings of Ken Canfield, sent in late October, had to be held until this month's column. Based then in Montgomery, Ala., Ken had attended

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