September 1978

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A Journey: Five days to Big Rapids

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A Company of Stretchers

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Dickey-Lincoln: Who wants it? Who needs it?

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A Journey: Five days to Big Rapids

WHEN we arrived at Dave Larson's place on Wilson Pond, near Moosehead Lake and the town of Greenville, Maine, it was almost dark and we were nearly two hours late. We wound our way down to the pond through a maze of narrow

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A Company of Stretchers

The sun beams down through a clear blue sky to break up into tiny flashing diamonds that lap up onto the sides of the houseboats. Sheer 600-foot cliffs of Navajo sandstone without a fracture stand as sentinels watching our

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Dickey-Lincoln: Who wants it? Who needs it?

THE rush of spring runoff of the St. John River in northern Maine is prized by canoeists and coveted by federal power producers. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has plans for the St. John that involve converting one of the most

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Poet at Full Ahead

Eberhart on Penobscot Bay

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'A Spirit of Fire and Air'

Question: What do binary adder circuits, complex calculators, memory iters, and floating decimal points have in common?

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Tennis: The Coach Wore New Underwear

In early June, Dartmouth's most successful team of the year, the women's tennis team, traveled to California to compete in the Small College Nationals at Santa Barbara. We asked Coach Chris Clark to keep a journal of the trip, which, in spite of

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1948

THIRTIETH REUNION

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1913

SIXTY-FIFTH REUNION

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1953

TWENTY-FIFTH REUNION

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Positively Electric

A MONTREAL police cruiser stopped beside a double-parked car but the cops didn't issue a ticket. They asked DAVID SALTER '53 where he had bought his odd-looking automobile. Salter, prepared to plead guilty to a traffic violation,

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