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A decision by a new dean at Dartmouth College to cut back the size of his office's staff has enraged

Pucksters Beaten by Dartmouth 7-4 as Rondeau Leads Indians

HANOVER, N. H. Feb. 7--With the great Dartmouth line of Riley, Rondeau, and Harrison scoring six goals to celebrate Captain-Coach

Dartmouth Indians Defeat Crimson Quintet, 53 to 42

HANOVER, N. H., Feb. 3--Although they were able to snatch the lead just before the end of the first half,

Indians Weak for Quad Meet, Sustain Injuries; Defeated by Bowdoin

Defeated 66 1/2 to 50 1/2 by a supposedly weak Bowdoin, hampered by scholastic difficulties, and plagued with injuries, the

Indians to Change Offensive Gridiron Tactics This Fall

Of necessity, the entire conception of football is changing this year at Dartmouth. The power plays and sustained drives resulting

High Scoring Indian Team, Reputedly Strong on Plunges, May Use Trickery

From the hills of Hanover a Dartmouth eleven unlike any produced by Coach Blaik in his three year tenure as

INDIANS PLAN ATTACK ON BASKETBALL TEAM

HANOVER, N.H. Feb. 9--Coach Cowles will start a revamped team that staged an upset in the 35-25 Yale game when

Discussion Held At Dartmouth in 1910 To Find Way of Keeping Outdoors in Winter Resulted in Skiing Interest

To the average student who attends college in or near a city, it may be a somewhat difficult matter to

Dartmouth Crew of 1870 Ranked With Yale, Harvard Till Storm Ended Rowing

Few Dartmouth undergraduates of to-day realise that Dartmouth once had a crew, and that she ranked high in the class

Dartmouth's Undergraduates Numbered 138 in 1820 With a Faculty of Eleven Members--Expenses for Year Were $98.65

A glance through the College Catalogue for October 1820 reveals the enormous growth and expansion that Dartmouth has enjoyed in

"SHORTS" CAMPAIGN, NOW DORMANT, WILL AGAIN BE PURSUED NEXT SPRING

On May 10th, 1930, Dartmouth students were ambling through the customary groove of Hanover life in peaceful contemplation of spring,

BIG GREEN'S BUILDING PROGRAM NEARS ZENITH

Dartmouth will have a covered hockey rink for the coming season. An announcement from the President's office states that funds

HANOVER SCENERY IS BEING CHANGED AS DARTMOUTH BUILDING SPRING UP

Within the year Dartmouth College has undertaken the most concentrated and varied building program in the history of the institution.

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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads