April 1996

Feature

Square Legs ON THE GREEN

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We asked Simone Swink '98, a student guide, to give us a short version of her spiel io visifors. Step lively, please, Any questions?

Feature

POETS

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Square Legs ON THE GREEN

Cricketer TIM BROOKES answers the question: Is this Dartmouth's newest sport or a fertility ritual conducted by ice-cream salesmen?

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Cover Story

We asked Simone Swink '98, a student guide, to give us a short version of her spiel io visifors. Step lively, please, Any questions?

We asked Simone Swink '98, a student guide, to give us a short version of her spiel to visitors. Step lively, please. Any questions?

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Feature

POETS

Alumni compose a vivid crross-section of Contemp orary American literature.

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Article

The Dean Hopes for Sober Places

Divers Notes and Observations

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TV Guy

The tube isn't a vast wasteland if you know how to watch.

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Oh, Professor, No Charge for You

Noel Perrin has been teaching at Dartmouth for 36 years. He has gradually acquired a wide range of opinions about the College's students, its faculty, its coaches, its alumni clubs, library policies, side-walk maintenance, and other important

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Class Notes

1971

The 25th Reunion is now only weeks away: June 13 through 16. If you haven't already, it's time to send in your deposit and pre-registration information. And if you're still exhibiting characteristic '71 resistance to

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What Scholars Teach

"No teaching is more thrilling—or more effective—than professing original ideas." by James O. Freedman

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Class Notes

1970

You should see Hanover now! It's spring break, Green Key Weekend, and April's Fool all wrapped together in the first buds of green foliage. Remember the view of the Green from the windows at Baker? (No? How about from

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Class Notes

1983

I breathe a sigh of relief. I have found Roger Goodman's errant postcard (see last issue). My memory is not as faulty as I am often led to suspect: Roger was in Mexico. But why not let him speak for himself—in toto, no

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