There have been other Ivy titles and undefeated seasons for Dartmouth, but football in the fall of 1970 was something special.
By RALPH WIMBISH14 min
Four eras. Four players. Four stories.
By C.J. HUGHES ’925 min
The most famous game in Dartmouth history? Easy—the 1940 contest against Cornell. When the dust finally settled, freshman Howard Leavitt ’43 provided this eyewitness account in a letter to his parents.
By HOWARD LEAVITT ’433 min
The Ultimate Dartmouth Football Player
Big Green victories have been hard to come by lately. If only coach Buddy Teevens ’79 had these guys ready to go for the coming season: combined, their best attributes add up to the quintessential Dartmouth gridiron great.
By Bruce Wood4 min
Invented in England in 1871, the penny farthing bicycle had reached Hanover by 1888, when this photo of the Dartmouth Cycle Club was taken in the Bema.
By Robert H. Nutt ’492 min
You Can Take It With You
Young alums can’t easily let go of their College lives, even seven or eight years after earning their degrees and hitting the real world.
By Amory Loring ’043 min
To Air is Human
Pamela R. Metzger ’87
On constitutional rights and the need for public defenders