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Dartmouth became the latest college to enter the money-raising field when President John Sloan Dickey announced a 12-year development program to provide the college with upwards of $25 million of new capital funds.
As the initial step, Dickey said that the Board of Trustees Committee on Development plans to launch a two-year capital gifts campaign next fall to provide capital for immediate priority plant projects and for new salary advances.
According to Dickey the aim is to enable the college to "celebrate Dartmouth's 200th anniversay in 1969 by using the years between now and then to bring everything about Dartmouth--from her purpose to her performance--to pre-eminence."
Dickey hopes that the drive will increase Dartmouth's annual income by $3 million per year by the 200th anniversary.
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