Scott Anthony


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Rush activities start Sat.

Sorority rush begins tomorrow night, kicking off the frantic week during which the sorority system will try to bolster its weakest house and the rest of the College's social organizations will try to woo new members. The 250 women -- primarily sophomores -- who signed up to participate in sorority rush will go to 30-minute parties at each of the College's six sororities Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.




Police charge senior with sexual assault of freshman

Hanover Police arrested a Dartmouth senior yesterday and charged him with sexually assaulting a 17-year-old freshman woman. Vikram Srimurthy '95 was arrested in his room in North Hall Thursday morning at 10:40.




Freedman hopeful for full recovery

College President James Freedman recently finished six months of chemotherapy, and said he is very hopeful he will make a full recovery. Freedman was diagnosed with lymphatic cancer after surgery in early April.


Quiet summer despite fires, vandals, thiefs

Aside from several arrests, vandalism sprees, fires and changes in the administration, Summer term at the College was fairly quiet. The summer began with a protest by the union that represents most College workers.


Big Green fall to Colgate

If the Dartmouth football team was trailing by four points with less than five minutes to go and Jay Fiedler '94 was leading the team down the field, it was almost assumed that Dartmouth would end up on the right side of a fourth-quarter comeback. But Fiedler has made the big step up to the National Football League, and two late drives led by new quarterback Ren Riley '96 came up short, as Dartmouth (0-1 overall, 0-0 Ivy League) fell 20-16 to Colgate University in soggy Hamilton, N.Y. The game looked like it was over when, with eight minutes left, Brian White '95 fumbled a punt, giving Colgate the ball on the Dartmouth 12-yard line. But with Colgate driving for a clinching touchdown, Tim Cross '96 came up with a fumble, giving the Big Green the ball on their own seven. Riley then led the team on an efficient 90-plus-yard drive -- a 27-yard completion to David Shearer '95 left the Big Green just two yards away from the go-ahead touchdown. On fourth and goal from the three, Riley started running the option, but slipped on the wet field, giving Colgate the ball back.