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Faiola '06 to star in baseball documentary

(11/01/04 11:00am)

A Dartmouth baseball player will appear tonight on an ESPN documentary that promises to tell some of Sports Illustrated's greatest stories. Dartmouth pitcher Josh Faiola '06 will be portraying one of the most intriguing characters of all: a left-handed Mets pitcher named Sidd Finch who supposedly threw pitches at 168 miles per hour and wore hiking boots when he pitched.

GOP faithful greet Bush in Manchester

(11/01/04 11:00am)

MANCHESTER, Oct. 29 -- Thousands of Republicans surged to their feet in thunderous applause Friday, as President Bush and Laura Bush entered the packed Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester for one of his final speeches of the presidential campaign. Though Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling was originally supposed to accompany Bush at the event, he reportedly was unable to travel due to lack of medical clearance.

High expectations for second-ranked women's hockey

(10/29/04 9:00am)

The Dartmouth women's hockey team held steady in its final preseason tune-up Tuesday night against Harvard's squad. The two premier teams in the nation showcased their arsenals in a fast-paced scrimmage in front of a handful of Dartmouth-faithful. The regular season begins Friday night for the Big Green, as they take on Boston College

Adam White's Column: Too Sweet For A Real Column

(10/29/04 9:00am)

The editors of the Homecoming Issue of The Dartmouth have asked me to write a Homecoming column because this weekend is the one where everyone, you know, comes home. I am of course perfectly happy to do this, but a columnist can only write about the same weekend so many times in a career. This is why so many writers move on to subjects like politics when they get old. It's not that they become uninterested in the social hierarchy of a small college's Greek system, it's just that they've exhausted all possible words to describe it.

'08s anticipate exciting and memorable weekend

(10/29/04 9:00am)

Although Homecoming has been celebrated at Dartmouth for 100-plus years, it remains shrouded in mystery for this year's freshmen until tonight. Most '08s have heard the basics of what is perhaps the most exciting weekend of the year. But having yet to experience the weekend for themselves, the specific goings-on of Homecoming weekend are still unknown.

Throughout storied history, bonfire a College staple

(10/29/04 9:00am)

In 1888, a bunch of boozed-up baseball players, elated at their recent victory over Manchester College, indulged their collective destructive side and set a roaring blaze in the center of the Hanover Green. Through that inauspicious beginning, their drunken revelry has spawned one of Dartmouth's most memorable and lasting annual events.