November 1978

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The Researcher and the Teacher

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Jazz Comes to College

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'A hell of a lot of life gone by'

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The Researcher and the Teacher

Sibling rivals or Siamese twins?

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Jazz Comes to College

JAZZ was a music novelty in 1915. This son of ragtime and brother of the blues was impudent, restless, and comical. It had a universal quality that suited an era of aviation heroics and tin lizzie practicality. At about the same

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'A hell of a lot of life gone by'

A visit with Norman Maclean

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Making Music

Studying it and doing it

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The Joy of Moving

A visitor entering Elisabeth Appleton's office in Bartlett Hall has difficulty realizing that it is center of dance at Dartmouth. Professor Appleton seems more like a reclusive scholar than the College's only full-time dance

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Man of the Cloth

FOR THE first 35 years, his life followed a predictable course, almost archetypical of the path to be expected of a bright young Ivy Leaguer of a certain vintage. Raised in a prosperous New Hampshire family, JAMES B. MALLEY '43 went

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Why the NCAA

NCAA President Neils Thompson stated recently when addressing a Congressional subcommittee: "The competitive athletic programs of the colleges are designed to be a vital part of the educational system. A basic purpose of this

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Friday Night Ague

MARK RAABE is gun-shy. Not of the real thing, mind you, but gun-shy of reporters armed with pads and pencils, reporters ready to quote out of context, reporters like myself for that matter. That's why he keeps glancing nervously

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Class Notes

1944

Those of you in Hanover October 13-14 for the Yale game, don't expect to burst into print here. This is being written aforehand, October 2.

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1923

October and November will have come and gone between the time I write these notes and the time you see them. So bear with me as I try to bridge what I believe are the best two months of New Hampshire weather. Ike Phillips, who

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