Issue: 19700201

Sunday, February 1, 1970
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Dartmouth's new President, Prof. John G. Kemeny, with retiring President John Sloan Dickey
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The Dartmouth College Club
The Dartmouth College Club
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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More on Shockley
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH alumni magazine
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Table of Contents
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In. This Issue
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
SOME SILENT PLACES STILL.
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ELLIS BRIGGS '21
By DanaS. Lamb '21, with a frontispiece by A. Lassell Ripley. Barre, Mass.: Barre Publishers. 1969. 100 pp. $15.00.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
ATOMIC SHIELD,
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GENE M. LYONS
1947-1952. By RichardG. Hewlett '45 and Francis Duncan.Philadelphia: University of PennsylvaniaPress, 1969. 718 pp. $11.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE MOON ALSO RISES.
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STEARNS MORSE
Poems by ElliotAdams White '12. New York: PageantPress International Corp., 1969. 73 pp.$3.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
OUT OF THE CRACKER BARREL: THE NABISCO STORY, FROM ANIMAL CRACKERS TO ZU ZU'S.
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ROBERT H. GUEST
By WilliamCahn '34. New York: Simon & Schuster,1969. 367 pp. $8.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG NEGROES.
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RONALD N. TALLEY '69
By Adrian A. Paradis '34.New York: David McKay Company, Inc.,1969. 214 pp. $4.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
QUICK GUIDE TO THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS RECIPES.
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JOAN HIER
By Robert JayMisch '25. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co., 1969. 114 pp. $2.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
JUDAISM DESPITE CHRISTIANITY. THE "LETTERS ON CHRISTIANITY AND JUDAISM" BETWEEN EUGEN ROSENSTOCK-HUESSY AND FRANZ ROSENZWEIG.
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EDWARD MARTIN POTOKER '53
Edited by Eugen Rosen-stock-Huessy. With an introduction byHarold Stahmer and two essays about thecorrespondence by Alexander Altmannand Dorothy M. Emmet. University ofAlabama Press, 1969. 198 pp. $7.
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Books
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Briefly Noted
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Walter W. Arndt, professor of Russian Language and Literature at Dartmouth, is the author along with Lewis Levine of "Grundzuege moderner Sprachbeschreibung," which translates into "Outline of Modern Linguistic Analysis." It is
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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Robert M. Steelier '19 is coauthor of "The Wilson Halls at Brown and Dartmouth: The Story of a Legacy" in Books at Brown, Vol. 23, 1969.
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The BROADMOOR
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Speaking of Books
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FRANCIS BROWN '25,
EDITOR, THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
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Financial Report 1968-69
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THE financial operations of the College in fiscal 1968-69 resulted in the largest deficit in its history - $603,017. "This deficit and that of $61,101 for the previous year of 1967-68, coming as they do after eighteen years of
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Newsweek the newsweekly that separates fact from opinion
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PROF. JOHN G. KEMENY CHOSEN AS DARTMOUTH'S 13TH PRESIDENT
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THE search for Dartmouth's thirteenth President, conducted intensively for more than a year, came full circle last month when the Board of Trustees settled its choice upon a member of the Dartmouth faculty - John G. Kemeny, A.M.
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President Dickey's Statement
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It is Dartmouth's great good fortune, and genuine happiness for me personally, that an outstanding member of our community is to be the next President of the College.
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The College
The College
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FACED with continuing rising costs, the Board of Trustees has approved increases in the College's comprehensive tuition charge and in room and board rates, effective next September. For the 1970-71 academic year, tuition at
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The College
Arts Congregation Suspended
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This year, for the first time since 1963, the College will not offer the Congregation of the Arts summer programs in music and theater. Instead the summer months will be devoted to an intensive study of many aspects of the
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The College
Tuck-Thayer Overseer
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John D. Dodd '22 of Hampton, N.J., a retired vice president of the New York Telephone Company, has been appointed to the Board of Overseers of both the Tuck School and the Thayer School. A Dartmouth Trustee and an Overseer
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The College
Business Education for Blacks
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Recognizing the importance of expanding opportunities for minority persons, the Tuck School in 1964 began an intensive effort to recruit blacks and other minority groups. Now it has joined with eight other graduate schools of
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The College
Heads Inn Overseers
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S. Heagan Bayles '33 of Sands Point, N.Y., a leading advertising executive, has been elected chairman of the Board of Overseers of the Hanover Inn. He has been a member of the Board since 1964.
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The College
Designer Named
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Graphic designer Mark Friedman has been appointed Director of Promotional Design for the Hopkins Center. In his new position Mr. Friedman will combine administrative responsibilities for the studio with his creative work, which
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The College
Two Staff Appointments
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Henry E. Eberhardt '61 has been appointed an Associate in the Office of Development. He will serve as Executive Secretary of the Dartmouth Parents Fund and also as a staff member on the Alumni Fund campaign. During the past eight
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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MATTHEW w. BULLOCK 'O4, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Harvard Law School.
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The Faculty
The Faculty
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WILLIAM R. MEYER
PROF. J. Brian Quinn of the Tuck School has been retained by two nations — the United States and Norway - as a consultant in the ordering of national scientific priorities.
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Professor On the Go
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W.R.M.
LAURENCE I. RADWAY, Professor of Government, is the antithesis of the Ivy Tower stereotype. Scholarly pursuits do not end with publication of a journal article because concern and conscience invariably lead him into the vortex
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From the Primate Patrimony To the Fellowship of Flowers
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JAMES W. FERNANDEZ,
20TH CENTURY REFLECTIONS The 1969 Alumni College Lectures — II Some Anthropological Views on Changing Values in the Passage of Generations
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The Pros and Cons of Coeducation
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ONE of the major sessions of the joint meeting of the Board of Trustees and the Dartmouth Alumni Council, held in Hanover on the weekend of December 12-13, was devoted to an interim report by the Trustee Study Committee on
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ALUMNI ALBUM—27
Geophysicist
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Apollo 12 had a special significance for WILLIAM B. HEROY JR. '37. The seismometers placed on the moon were manufactured by Teledyne, Inc., where he is Assistant to the President, and the development of these sensitive measuring devices
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ALUMNI ALBUM—27
Film Director
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PETER SMITH
He is, without question, a major figure in the landscape. And this holds true whether one considers the landscape to be that of his profession and art, or that of his day-to-day life. Meeting him is an experience one is not likely to
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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WINTHROP A. ROCKWELL '70
As usual, the winter term started L quickly and quietly with the customary jammed registration lines on Sunday, January 4, and classes beginning at 8 the next morning. Freezing rain three days after Christmas had left trees in
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Poetry Symposium
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The Senior Symposia in cooperation with the Bicentennial Planning Committee last month sponsored a three-day symposium on poetry honoring Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Richard Eberhart '26, Class of 1925 Professor of English. The
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Council Names Andres For Second Trustee Term
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At its December 13 meeting the Dartmouth Alumni Council nominated F. William Andres '29 of Chestnut Hill, Mass., for a second five-year term as Trustee of the College, beginning in June 1970.
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"On the Road" Show Lists Spring Tour
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After a successful tour of the East Coast last year, the "Dartmouth on the Road" show will travel to upstate New York and the Midwest during spring vacation 1970. Playing to alumni groups and prospective freshmen, the student
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With the Big Green Teams
With the Big Green Teams
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IT was January 14 and the wind made the walk through Harvard Square less than comfortable. The guy with the green scarf was returning from lunch with the guy with the crimson scarf. The green scarfed one glanced at a pile of
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With the Big Green Teams
HOCKEY
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JACK DEGANGE
Perhaps the only thing that is going to keep Ab Oakes's hockey team from maintaining pace with the rejuvenated basketball team is the schedule.
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With the Big Green Teams
SWIMMING
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JACK DEGANGE
Two facts became conspicuously clear after Dartmouth's swimming team whipped Navy and Army to lift their early season record to 3-0: (1) The Indians again have the makings of a team that will vie for the top of the Eastern
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With the Big Green Teams
OTHER SPORTS
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JACK DEGANGE
As expected, Dartmouth's track team scored well in the weights but the thin corps of runners could not withstand the likes of Cornell and Colgate. The Indians' lone asset in an 80-29 loss to Cornell was the double win of
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With the Big Green Teams
GREEN JOTTINGS
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JACK DEGANGE
Grant Standbrook has been named Dartmouth's head coach of soccer, succeeding Whitey Burnham who became Assistant Director of Athletics in December. Standbrook came to Dartmouth in 1966 as assistant coach of soccer, hockey, and lacrosse.
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News from the Clubs
Alaska
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PETE MCKEEVER '70
The Alaskan alumni gathered once again this Christmas, meeting in Anchorage on December 29 to find out from two undergraduates the latest news from Hanover and to give prospective students a chance to learn about the College and to
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News from the Clubs
Westchester
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WALTER W. VAIL '58
Secretary, Grey Rock Terrace Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y. 10533
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News from the Clubs
London
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FRED D. POLLARD '53
Secretary, Sanfreds, Maltman's Lane Gerrards Cross, Bucks, England
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News from the Clubs
Houston
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WILLIAM B. HEAD JR. '27
BILL BLUE '61
Secretary, 1838 Chimney Rock Rd. Houston, Tex. 77027
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News from the Clubs
Delaware
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KENNETH W. LUNDSTROM '55
Secretary, 1035 Graylyh Rd., Wilmington, Del. 19803
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News from the Clubs
San Francisco
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CARLTON J. WARD '32
Secretary, 6 Yale Circle, Berkeley, Calif. 94708
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Phoenix
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WILLIAM B. TERRY '13
Secretary, 3838 E. Highland Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. 85018
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News from the Clubs
New Canaan
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T. BROCK SAXE '62
DAVE CAMERER '37
Secretary, 971 West Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 06840
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News from the Clubs
Chicago
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DAVID M. BURNER JR. '53
Secretary, Kirkland, Ellis, Hodson 2900 Prudential Plaza, Chicago, Ill. 60601
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News from the Clubs
Orlando-Winter Park
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KENNETH H. THOMAS '21
Secretary, 1075 Druid Dr., Maitland, Fla. 32751
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Washington
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JOHN O. HARPER '57
Secretary, 6 W. Rosemont Ave. Alexandria, Va. 22301
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News from the Clubs
Long Island
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MICHAEL R. PENDER '47
Secretary, 148 Poplar St., Garden City, N.Y. 11530
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News from the Clubs
Paris
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PETER G. ROBINSON '55
Secretary, c/o Vick International S.A. 135, Avenue de Wagram, Paris 17e, France
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News from the Clubs
Tri-County
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VICTOR E.D. KING '59
Secretary, 1454 Maplewood Terrace, Plainfield, N.J. 07060
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Everett Woodman, son of Jim Woodman, writes me that his mother Ethel, staying at New London Manor for the winter, is doing very nicely. As president of Colby Junior College he is well aware of the problems which face young people
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1901
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FRANK E. CUDWORTH
Communication lines are not very active between the members of the class of 1901 but I will bring my friends up-to-date about my activities. Last summer I spent the summer at my daughter's camp in Maine. It was very enjoyable being
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1902
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CHARLES H. DUDLEY
ROBERT C. CLARK
The great ice storm of 1969 reminds me of the blizzard of 1888. I was living with my grandparents on Walker Hill, just south of Littleton, N. H. My grandfather had gone to town meeting and struggled home with the sleigh long
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1903
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We regret to report the death on January 15 of Ag Smith, one of the grandest of Dartmouth's "grand old men." He was currently filling all of the class offices for 1903 - president, secretary, treasurer, and head agent. An
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1904
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LEIGH C. TURNER
BRUCE W. SANBORN
Since her purchase of a condominium in Florida in December, Marion Woods' (Mrs.Carl F.) address has been 3233 N.E. 34th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33308. She expects to spend extended periods of the coming winters at this
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1905
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GEORGE W. PUTNAM
ROGER W. BROWN
With all the sleet, snow and freezing rain that we in the north are enjoying (!), the Florida contingent of the Class of 1905 should be happy to be in a much pleasanter region.
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News from the Classes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
Am glad that I was able to attend the Charter Day celebration in Hanover on Saturday, December 13. It was an occasion that will be remembered for a long time by those who were present.
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Class Notes
News from the Classes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
J. FRANKLIN CROCKER
In November 1969 "Realtors Honor Harold L. Niles." A half century of services to the real estate industry was recognized with the awarding to Harold Niles of Wellesley an honorary life membership in the Greater Boston Real
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1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
ARTHUR B. BARNES
Tom McAllister has come across with the story of his six months' sojourn in Hancock, Mass., last summer. It was a mission of mercy, to assist at the home of Ethel's brother, who was spending most of that time in hospitals and
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Wilbur I. Bull continues to improve and represented President Harold S. Clark and the Class of 1909 at the Charter Day dinner in the Leverone Field House on December 13, 1969. On a trip to Bedford, N.H., he contacted Dr. William
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1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
We've said it before. We'll say it again: one of the greatest joys of our job is receiving the many greeting cards during the Christmas season. And in late years, we like to pass along the poetic endeavors of BillyWilliams.
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1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
This is being written soon after Christmas to meet the deadline for the February issue and before us is a pile of cards from Classmates across the country - Mark Allen in Washington, Roy Frothingham and Sam Hobbs in California,
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1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
ROBERT O. CONANT
December has been a wild wintry month and as the year wanes it is snowing and cold and the wind from the northeast, and blowing a gale.
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1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
EDGAR H. ELKINS
With Thanksgiving and Christmas fading into the past of 1969 comes now the need to look ahead in 1970 and to wonder what news the mailman will bring of the famous class of 1914.
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1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
Attempting to write a column during the hectic period just prior to New Year's Eve - for publication in February - is indeed a challenge. It is to be hoped that our anticipation of New Year's Eve will in no way interfere with
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1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
JAMES H. COLTON
First, we send our thanks to the many of you who sent us cards or personal messages at Christmas - especially to those who added encouragement and to those who made our Hall of Fame by including grist for these notes.
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1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
As I write at the end of the year, we are experiencing the heaviest snowfall of the century in Vermont. For the first time in years, the honey buns as well as the ski bunnies have found themselves trapped in so much snow that
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News from the Classes
1918
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EDMUND H. BOOTH
DONALD L. BARR
Did I murmur something a month ago about winter's coming in? At that time Rollo curled the lip of scorn at my being "reduced," as he put it, "to talk about the weather." But lie withdrew protest when, a little later, weather
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1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
F. RAY ADAMS
"As we sat on a sunny bank..." not far from "...Christmas Day in the morning..." we were startled by the headlines in our Florida paper, "Vermont Disaster Area as East Starts Cleanup." The story told of 50 inches of new snow,
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1920
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GEORGE H. MACOMBER
ALBERT W. FREY
Laddie Myers had an odd accident. He got up quickly to answer the phone not knowing his foot was asleep. It buckled under him and he broke a bone so he has been hobbling around with a cast. Perhaps by this time he has shed the
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News from the Classes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
INGHAM C. BAKER
Brad Richardson, who has spent a lifetime in Fairmount, Minn., has had a teaching career in the Fairmount High School, and as Superintendent of Schools in Martin County. He looks back to his undergraduate days as being the
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Bill Bullen, Jack and Fran Dodd, Killyand Elizabeth Kilmarx, and Clif Watson were in Hanover for the impressive Charter Day observance. Ike and Harriott Miller also participated.
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1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
As of January 1 I had received 220 of the return post cards from which I am hoping to assemble an interim class directory. I have recent, probably correct, addresses from a number of others who have not yet returned the card. I
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News from the Classes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
WALDON B. HERSEY
Since our last notes, three major events have occurred here in Hanover. First, the celebration of Dartmouth's Bicentennial Year in Leverone Field House, which was turned into a huge banquet hall for about 1200 alumni and guests.
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1925
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EDWIN B. PEASE
EDWARD W. ROESSLER
The social activity in and around Hanover involving numerous classmates is really something to be envied by out-of-towners. For example, Dris Huberth recently entertained the McKennans, Tanzers, and Leavitts for dinner. On that
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1926
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HENRI P. ESQUERRÉ
JOHN w. ROBERTS
"Around the girdled earth they roam," but your of-late-peripatetic scribe has to have established some sort of record by not having had a single non-prearranged '26 encounter in five months' wanderings. Plenty of surprising
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1927
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ROGER M. BURY
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
At the Charter Day Dinner, the high point of the Bicentennial year, your class was well represented. Howie Mullin spent the Friday night with us and we drove to Hanover Saturday morning - Howie was surprised that we were only
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The Charter Day dinner in Hanover December 13 was a memorable event, at which '28 was well represented by nine of our Class and their wives, including one Trustee, five former members of the Alumni Council and three present or
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1929
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MORTON C. JAQUITH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
Do not wear upon your chest Charms and pins of high school years.
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News from the Classes
1960
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
The count down to reunion continues with 125 days to go between the time you read these notes and Monday, June 15, which starts our 40th. First returns received by Ed Brazil point to a larger attendance than in 1965 and there is
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News from the Classes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
W.C. "SHEP" WOLFF
In the middle of December I got a postcard from Dick Holbrook stating that Peg and he were coming to Wellesley, Mass., to visit their daughter Peggins for Christmas, and hoped maybe to say hello to us and the Jim Frames and
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1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
JOHN C. PYLES JR.
Dr. Robert F. Dickey, M.D., of Danville, Pa., was named recipient of the National Bronze Medal Award of the American Cancer Society on November 12. The highest honor given to a division volunteer, the award is made annually
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News from the Classes
1933
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ERNEST S. DAVIS JR.
GEORGE N. FARRAND
Chan Sprague reports from San Francisco having recently talked on the phone with "Bud" Madden. Unfortunately Bud had a serious auto accident several months ago, but he is now getting back in circulation and on the mend.
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1934
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STANLEY H. SILVERMAN
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
A communique signed "a friend of Dartmouth, passing through Sarasota" (on December 27), enclosed a clipping from that city's Herald-Tribune about a one-time friend of Laurie Herman's. Right; featured in the item was Dr. Perry
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News from the Classes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
c. HALL COLTON
Peg and Ed Mitchell most certainly rank among the most cosmopolitan members of the class. Ed's career with Texaco has spanned four continents - Africa, South America, the USA, and Europe. Now they find themselves returning to
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1966
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
E. JAMES STEPHENS JR.
In Vermont the new year has started in typical north country fashion. During the week between Christmas and New Year's it snowed between 30 and 45 inches. The icicles on my house in Newfane reached from the roof to the
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News from the Classes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
Bless you all who sent Christmas cards and, again, special thanks to those who wrote news or enclosed xerox newsletters. At one time only travelers like the Aylwards, Prescotts or Bryants resorted to this means but we note a growing
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1938
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FREDERIC A. BECKER
AUGUSTUS R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
The year has just ended as I compose these notes and while it is not the custom of this column to designate a "Man of The Year" I feel it is an appropriate time to write about a classmate who has made outstanding contributions
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News from the Classes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
SAMUEL THURM
The class was dealt a double portion of sadness during the Christmas season with the passing of Earle W. Robisoa, while playing indoor tennis at the Rumsey Hall School near his home in New Milford, Conn., on December 12; and
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1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
DONALD G. RAINIE
This is a good month to turn the column over to various classmates to tell their own stories in their own words. If more of you would let me know what's going on with yourselves, your families or your professional or business
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News from the Classes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
Happy 1970's! I hope some of you have made a resolution to keep your secretary posted on your activities somewhat more than you did in the late lamented 1960's. Already there is some indication of improvement.
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1942
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WILLIAM W. PARMER
JOHN R. BURNS
The Vikings discovered America a long time ago, but America really only discovered the Vikings when they smeared the Browns for the NFL championship; Kansas City made the Oakland Raiders see red in their hotly-contested game,
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News from the Classes
1943
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ROBERT R. GRAY
CALVIN J. OSBERG
We can report that New England winters are what they used to be and are what they are cracked up to be. The snow is deep and "it really is a dry cold so you don't mind it." Also, save your old ridge-tops with the bear trap
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News from the Classes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
I'm sure you have all read or heard elsewhere of Dartmouth's 200th Birthday Party in Hanover on December 13. Out-of-town '44s who were in town for the eventful and moving weekend included Bette and RogAntaya, Alumni Council
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1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
With the nation's attention turned to the crime problem, it is only fitting that '45 get into the act with Sumner Dorfman being the victim. Sumner's jewelry store (D.L. Dorfman and Sons, Boylston St., Boston - there, that's a
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1946
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
DONALD E. FURBER
John Shea reports from Cedar Rapids that he is a partner in the law firm of Shea, Mitchell & Jackson. He and Alice have five potential Hanoverites in their sons Kevin, 16, Gary, 13, Edward, 12, Robbie, 8, and Jonny, 4.
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1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
RICHARD HALLERITH
Congratulations to Bob Shifman who by the time you read this will have been married to Audrey Fine on New Year's Day, an auspicious way to start the New Year and our best wishes to the happy couple. We were sitting having a
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News from the Classes
1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
PETER B. FOSTER
We start February with the traditional "Happy Ground Hog Day!" Rural American tradition has created the legend concerning the ground hog but fails to indicate whether the marmota monax actually is looking forward to the end of
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1949
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THOMAS J. SWARTZ JR.
HERMAN E. MULLER JR.
Having recently returned from the semiannual winter combined meeting of the Alumni Council and Trustees which was scheduled to coincide with Charter Day December 13, a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the granting of the
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1950
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EDWARD TUCK II
ERIC T. MILLER
Robert D. Kilmarx has been appointed an executive vice president and has been elected to the board of directors of the Industrial National Bank of Rhode Island. Bob joined this Providence institution in 1965, following
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News from the Classes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
FREDERICK F. BROWN
Together with over a dozen classmates and most of their wives, I had the privilege of attending the Charter Day festivities in Hanover on Saturday, December 13. The Program was inspiring. The review of the College's development
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News from the Classes
1953
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ROBERT A. MALIN
DAVID M. BURNER JR.
If you could compute statistically a point in the U.S. that would represent the geographically central residence of the Class of 1953, I think it would be about 3.6 miles southeast of Chillicothe, Ohio, and judging by the
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News from the Classes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
RICHARD D. BARKER
Here it is February of the year and although the winter's cold is still upon us and most of us are thinking of ways to ski into it or run away from it, there are a few rustlings of spring just the same. By this time, for
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News from the Classes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
JOHN G. DEMAS
Frank Carlton found that Cottage Grove, Ore., reminded him of New England, and so accepted an offer to become Cottage Grove's new city manager. Perhaps it wasn't quite that simple, but Frank cited this recollection of his
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News from the Classes
1956
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CHARLES C. RAY
ABNER OAKES 3RD
What a relief! We have just finished the Christmas season at our house; the tree is down (many needles still remain), lights and ornaments put away (many broken in the act of putting away), the kids are eagerly looking forward
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News from the Classes
1957
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ROBERT W. HOLLAND
ERIC Y. EICHLER
We had originally planned a winter ski weekend for our class in January or February as a supplement to the fall weekend. These plans did not materialize, but Walt Yusen, Secretary for the class of 1958, organized a weekend for
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News from the Classes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
Now that I have reported on all the football games in the last few columns I will have a chance to get back to some of the news from those of you outside the eastern area. On this front, we have begun our weekendly trips to
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News from the Classes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
The easiest way to start this column is to skip the philosophy, tell no stories and get right in with.some news. So here goes.
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News from the Classes
1960
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RICHARD C. GRIGGS
BRUCE M. CLARK
News has been mighty sparce over the last two months. I have sent a short questionnaire to a large number of you whose name has not been in this column recently, I promised a free beer at reunion to those of you who responded
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News from the Classes
1961
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JOEL B. HEATHCOTE
GEORGE H. DENNISTON JR.
Responses to last month's poll are coming in rapidly. I'm going to wait until next month to tally up the results so as to give you all a chance to be included. If you haven't sent in your opinions on January's poll yet, hurry
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1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN T. SCHIFFMAN
Hello out there, fellows. How's the sun look? On your way to the New Hampshire slopes this winter, stop by for some fortitude.
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1963
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DAVID A. SCHAEFER
DENIS A. EAGLE
Snow Bunny. Ah, February - a short, but eventful month. It starts with that furry tenant of terra firma breaking his winter's slumber in order to gracefully bow to society on the 2nd. And if he sees Rog Parkinson's shadow
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News from the Classes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM
Ed Williams "dropped me a great letter from Hanover which was packed with news about '64's, but neglected to mention anything about himself. If anyone out there knows what Ed is doing, please let us know.
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News from the Classes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
ROGER H. RINES
The Christmas mailbag always includes good words from far flung classmates, and this year was no exception. We received holiday greetings from many '65's, and I'll try to pass some of that cheer on in this column.
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News from the Classes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
s. MICHAEL NADEL
Al Ryan must be doing something right. He's president of the Law Review at the University of Minnesota, responsible for 1500 pages of scholarly legal dissertations. Wife Sally is completing her Ph.D. on child psychology at the
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News from the Classes
1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
JOHN F. CURLEY JR.
We have received a few replies to our appeal for information and they make up the bulk of this column. However, there are still many of you who haven't written.
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News from the Classes
1968
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ERIC A. JONES
JONATHAN R. PAGE
As Winter Carnival rolls around, I hope some of you will be able to make the trek and join in the usual festivities. Give me a call while in town, or come over (6433261). It would be great to see any of you, as always.
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News from the Classes
1969
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G. ALAN FRAKER
C. DAVID COOK
The meteorological nemesis of the Hanover winter still engulfs some '69's. MikeStratton is an instructor for the Dartmouth Outward Bound Center. This winter his work will include directing the coed survival course. Sounds like fun,
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KEEWAVDIN
KEEWAVDIN
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advertisement
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD, HANOVER, N.H.
Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD, HANOVER, N.H.
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RAPID RIVER CAMP
RAPID RIVER CAMP
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Norwich Inn and Motel
Norwich Inn and Motel
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Associated School News
Thayer School
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Russ STEARNS '38
The Overseers of the Thayer School met in Hanover on January 22 and 23, and one phase of their discussions involved the proposed joint Thayer and Tuck School building facilities which have reached an advanced stage of
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Associated School News
Tuck School
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
Hanover basks in the glory of plentiful snow, ice-laden trees (much tree damage, unfortunately) and a steady stream of skiers migrating to the North Country. Unfortunately, a layer of ice covers many inches of good powder so
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Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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PHILIP E. WHEELWRIGHT, former Professor of Philosophy at Dartmouth College for 16 years, died January 6 in Santa Barbara, Calif. He was 68 years old.
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Preparatory School Directory
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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY
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DARTMOUTH SHC
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