May 1985

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Alzheimer's Disease

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The Dartmouth College Conference Center

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Over the years, the signs outside Hopkins Center have announced names like Luciano Pavarotti, Bruce Springsteen, Cleo Laine, and Murray Perahia and the crowds have poured in.

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Alzheimer's Disease

A glimmer of hope at Hitchcock

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The Dartmouth College Conference Center

Tapping New Resources

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Kappa Kappa Grandpa

"Who could turn down a date with some of the most lovable Dartmouth men in town?"

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Books

Dartmouth Authors

Kimball Flaccus '33, A Poet's View. Dorrance & Company, 1984, $10.00, 60 pp. This volume, assembled in the poet's memory by his wife, Alice Pennock Flaccus, and his brother, David Perry Flaccus, brings together some 40 poems

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Renewal of Athletics

From remarks prepared by President McLaughlin for the Dallas Alumni Association January 30, 1985

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David R. Gavitt '59: Steering the Big East to the big time

The Boston Globe has called him "the most powerful man in college basketball." He has been considered for coach of the New York Knicks. Some say he would make an excellent commissioner for the NBA.

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Les Nichols '40 leads nostalgic tours of Normandy

Lester Nichols '40 led his eighth tour of World War II European battlefields in September 1984. Ninety-two veterans and their wives traveled with him, retracing the route taken by the U.S. Third Army's Tenth Armored Division,

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Class Notes

1958

In a lovely old courtroom with a ceiling two stories high, sits a large model of an automobile transmission. For more than 90 trial days, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas P.Jackson has listened to witnesses for the government and

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Vox discipulorum

My roommate gave me a blank stare when I asked her why the Student Assembly, Dartmouth's student government, is so ineffective. No words: just a blank stare. Another friend remarked, "People just don't take it seriously. It's

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