Issue: 19710401

Thursday, April 1, 1971
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JAMES CAMPION, INC
JAMES CAMPION, INC
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Quechee Lakes Corp
Quechee Lakes Corp
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Coeducation (Cont.)
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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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ROBERT D. McLAUGHRY Realtor
ROBERT D. McLAUGHRY Realtor
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nurthland INVESTMENT CORPORATION
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
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Spalding Inn Club
Spalding Inn Club
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CHALLENGE Wilderness CAMP
CHALLENGE Wilderness CAMP
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE SUPER SUMMER OF JAMIE Mc-BRIDE
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ROBERT O. WHITE '54
By Christopher S. Wren '57 andJack Shepherd. New York: Simon andSchuster, 1971. 256 pp. $5.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
AUBURN, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1719-1969.
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FRANCIS LANE CHILDS '06
By Carl Cheswell Forsaith '13. Manchester:Lew A. Cummings Co. 1970. 375 pp.With illustrations, maps, and genealogicaltables. $6.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
NEWMAN: THE CONTEMPLATION OF MIND.
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LOUIS L. CORNELL
By Thomas Vargish (AssociateProfessor of English). Oxford: at theClarendon Press, 1970. 191 pp. 45s.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE AGE OF CHIVALRY: MANNERS AND MORALS 1000-1450.
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A. INSKIP DICKERSON JR. '56
By CharlesT. Wood (Associate Professor of History).New York: Universe Books, 1970. 176 pp.plus 48 of illustrations. $10.
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In Brief
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"Where is the dollar going?", the question opening the guest editorial in the March 6 Saturday Review, is asked by Courtney C. Brown '26, the George C. Warren Professor of Business at the Columbia Business School and Editor of
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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J. Almus Russell '2O continues his prolific publishing career with "Early Horse-Drawn Vehicles" in The Antiques Journal (Dubuque, Iowa) January 1971.
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Music This Morning
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JOHN PARKE '39
Surprised at ourselves and sure to disapprove, We steal time after breakfast in midwinter's vise To loose Mozart into the room we daily leave; And no one leaves. The children, ready for school, Inextricably loiter guiltless as fish
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Northfield and Mount Hermon Schools.
Northfield and Mount Hermon Schools.
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Mount Hermon
Mount Hermon
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Three in the Theater
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BARBARA BLOUGH
Three who have made it in the theater—an established actor, a rising star, and a brilliant young play-wright—began their careers on Dart- mouth stages. These Dartmouth success stories belong to John Cunningham '54, David
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Marcus Heiman Awards
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An endowment fund has been given to the College that will extend the scope of the Marcus Heiman Awards to include grants in support of projects conceived by Dartmouth students talented in the arts. The donors of the new
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Colony Club
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Webster Associates
Webster Associates
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Newsweek
Newsweek
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The College
The College
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The lines of flight were north and west for the skiers and south for the sun-worshippers. With the completion of final exams on March 18, the College closed down for a 12-day recess between the winter and spring terms, and
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The College
Ford Foundation Grant
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A $250,000 grant to seed a Presidential Initiative Fund has been awarded to Dartmouth College by the Ford Foundation under the foundation's Venture Fund program. The grant provides that the money is to be used at the
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The College
Henry Luce Professorship
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A five-year grant totaling $225,000 from The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., will enable Dartmouth College to establish a professorship in environmental studies. The new chair is to be named the Henry R. Luce Professorship in
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The College
Environmental Program Aided
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Another major gift to advance the College's work in the environmental field is a four-year grant of $100,000 from the Richard King Mellon Foundation in support of student initiatives in conservation. It will be used to
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The College
Commencement Speaker
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The Commencement Address at Dartmouth's graduation exercises on Sunday morning, June 13, will be given by Gunnar Myrdal, Swedish economist, known as one of Europe's most penetrating analysts of the American scene.
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The College
Dana Library Grant
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The Charles A. Dana Foundation has awarded the Dartmouth Medical School a $600,000 grant toward construction of a fourth floor to the Dana Biomedical Library, built in 1963 under an earlier Dana Foundation grant. In
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The College
Faculty Tenure Plan
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At the most recent meeting of the general faculty President Kemeny outlined a 15-year plan for programming tenure appointments evenly in order to assure that Dartmouth maintains a well-balanced faculty in terms of age
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The College
Data Processing Director
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John S. McGeachie '65, Assistant Director for Systems Development at the Kiewit Computation Center, has been appointed Director of the Data Processing Center, succeeding Henry H. McClintock '45 who resigned to assume a
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The College
Reynolds Scholars
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Eight men, two of them recent graduates, have been awarded James B. Reynolds Scholarships by Dartmouth College for graduate study abroad dwing the academic year 1971-72. The selection was made by the Committee of Graduate
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The College
Wilson Fellows
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Twelve Dartmouth seniors are among 1046 winners announced by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation in its 25th annual competition. Two were named fellows who will be supported by the foundation for a year of
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The College
In Brief . . .
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The number of women exchange students at Dartmouth next year will double to 150, Dean Katharine Stevens announced last month. The increase is due both to the success of this year's program among students and faculty and to a
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A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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AMOS BLANDIN '18, recipient of the Robert Frost Contemporary American Award from Plymouth (N. H.) State College, as "an American personality who exemplifies Frost's own traditions of hard work, individuality, and devotion to the
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New Judiciary System Proposed
New Judiciary System Proposed
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Special safeguards for the rights of minority groups on campus have been built into a new judiciary system for undergraduates approved conditionally by Dartmouth's Faculty of Arts and Sciences last month.
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One Answer for India
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A five-year project headed by Prof. Wayne Broehl of Tuck School seeks to activate entrepreneurs to advance India's economy
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Year-Round Calendar Proposed
Year-Round Calendar Proposed
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The executive committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences had before it last month a proposal from the Committee on Educational Planning that would change the standard academic calendar to a 12-month, fourterm year and
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1971 Summer Term Will Offer Series Of Special Programs
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A series of special programs and themes ranging from Latin American Studies to Contemporary American Civilization has been announced for "Dartmouth: Summer '71" by Gregory S. Prince Jr., Director of Summer Programs at
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75 Years of Helping Students
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The Dartmouth Educational Association, active since 1896, this year is providing $100,000 in loans to deserving undergraduates
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How to Join the D.E.A.
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Membership in the Dartmouth Educational Association is open to all Dartmouth men who pay the annual dues of $10. Memorial memberships are welcomed, and it is possible to be a Life Member upon payment of $250, either in a
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ALUMNI SKI WEEKEND
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The first Dartmouth Alumni Ski Weekend, inaugurating what it is hoped will be an annual event bringing alumni and their families back to Hanover in the snow season, was successfully held from Friday to Sunday, March 5-7, with nearly
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Faculty
Faculty
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WILLIAM R. MEYER
Four members of the College community, three professors and a senior, presented papers on Project COEXIST at the annual meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in New York City. Using the facilities of Kiewit
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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JACK DEGANGE
In many ways, the winter sports season for Dartmouth's various teams was disappointing—the combination of bad luck, injuries, and maybe even a bit of overestimation—but as the spring season gets under way it's interesting to
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Big Green Teams
BASKETBALL
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JACK DEGANGE
If any of Dartmouth's winter teams was overevaluated at the season's outset it was probably basketball. George Blaney's forces, playing one of the toughest schedules in the history of Dartmouth basketball, had to encounter teams
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HOCKEY
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JACK DEGANGE
The odds that Mike Turner would play the final game of the season at Princeton were extremely long. The chances of a Dartmouth win were also slim.
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Big Green Teams
OTHER WINTER SPORTS
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's skiers, initially thinned by the loss of top performers to international competition (Chuck Bent and Sheldon Perry plus jumper Scott Berry), had more problems through the season as versatile Tom Kendall (a sharp
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Big Green Teams
FRESHMAN SPORTS
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's freshman hockey team, led by Captain Paul Dixon, a strong defenseman, ran a string of 12 straight wins en route to a 14-3-1 record. Wingman Bill Dunbar had 28 points, including 10 goals, to lead a balanced attack
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Big Green Teams
SPRING PREVIEW
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's 1970 baseball team reeled off 21 straight victories and whirled to the Eastern League title, the NCAA District One crown, and fifth place in the College World Series. There are 13 lettermen returning from that
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Big Green Teams
Freshman Eligibility OK'd by Ivy Presidents
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JACK DEGANGE
The Ivy Group presidents, at a special meeting in March, voted to permit freshmen to participate on varsity teams in all sports that are of an individual nature.
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Spring Schedules
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JACK DEGANGE
BASEBALL—April 9, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia; 10, Navy (2) at Annapolis; 13 Boston U at Boston; 16, Yale; 17, Brown (2); 23, Cornell at Ithaca; 24, Army (2) at West Point; 28, Massachusetts; May 1 Harvard (2); 5, Middlebury at
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Class Notes
Alumni Clubs
St. Louis
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HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM '64
Secretary, 7614 Wydown, Apt. J Clayton, Mo. 63105
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Alumni Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM B. TERRY '13
Secretary, 3838 E. Highland Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. 85018
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Alumni Clubs
Northern California
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CARLTON J. WARD
Secretary, 6 Yale Circle, Berkeley, Calif. 94708
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Alumni Clubs
Cape Cod
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JOHN R. GERMANI '58
Secretary, Middle Rd., Yarmouth Port, Mass. 02675
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Alumni Clubs
Tri-County
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VICTOR E. D. KING '59
VAN WIE INGHAM '27
Secretary, 975 Hillside Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 07060
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Bob Jackson writes me about another memorable achievement. This one is about football. In the fall of 1891 Bob, a youngster of eleven years, went to Hanover and saw his first Dartmouth football team defeat Amherst 34-0. From
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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CHARLES H. DUDLEY
HERMON W. FARWELL
The sons of 1902 and Robert Jackson '00 have contributed greatly to these class notes. From Jack Hubbard '29 we hear that his brother Morry and he have contributed a memorial gift in honor of their father and will give as long
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Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
The 1905 dinner at the Clearwater Beach Hotel on February 16 was one of the most successful we have had in many years. Perfect weather with clear blue sky and warm sunshine helped and all present were in extra good health,
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Class Notes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
A letter from our President, Walter Powers, advises that he is still alive but has nothing interesting to tell the Class except that he is now the senior bar examiner in point of service.
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Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
You all know that the Alumni Fund drive for 1971 is on. Counting this year two of our classmates, Edward Barker and Wilfred Smart have made 56 consecutive gifts to the Fund. Not far behind are three who have a record of 54
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
Crosby Hoar tells of the beginnings of his career in forestry, when Paul Redington '00 delivered in Hanover a lecture which resulted in seven Dartmouth men, five of them '08ers, registering at the Yale School of Forestry and
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
Vernon Frost West died in a Portland, Me., nursing home on February 19, 1971 after a long illness. An In Memoriam to him will appear in a later MAGAZINE.
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Class Notes
1910
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ARTHUR H. LORD
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
In spite of the fact that old-timers like the majority of Tenners can imagine they are hearing the walls of our Old Dartmouth beginning to crumble, we can get a trifling bit of satisfaction in the figures for the Ivy Colleges
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Class Notes
1911
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THE REV. MERTON WILSON
JOHN S. LEAROYD
Alfred Nutt writes that it is out of the question for him to expect to make the reunion in June: physical conditions prevent. Al is unable to do much walking, even with a cane; also he is deaf—must use a hearing aid, which helps
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
In the 1970 annual report of the National Foundation March of Dimes PresidentO'Connor presents a picture of how his organization is providing the answers for many families to one of the questions for what parents can do when a birth
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Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
WILLIAM B. TERRY
Spring is just around the corner and the following classmates have birthdays in April. Joe H. Byrnes, Andie Comstock,Vic Dunbar, John A. Fitz Randolph, Cy Jones, Lloyd Riford, and Al R. Urion Jr. Happy Birthday and good health to
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Class Notes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
To these notes written the night before what may prove to be Vermont's greatest storm of the year it seems timely to offer this forecast of spring written by our class poet.
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Class Notes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
Class Agent, 124 Highland St. West Newton, Mass. 02165
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Class Notes
1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
H. BURTON LOWE
Our Ambassadors Extraordinary from the Eastern Establishment have done it again. From New England's deep freeze in mid-January, Gran and Ruth Fuller flew to summery Los Angeles. There their son Peter and family met the plane and
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J. READE
It is now all right to report that our vigorous Gene Towler has moved to Sun City Center, Fla. Did Jim Cone have something to do with it? We will miss Gene and Lucile in New England. It will give us all an additional excuse to
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Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
GEORGE R. S. VON KAPFF
John and Katherine Cunningham in February celebrated their fiftieth anniversary at Kona Village, Hawaii. They recommend it to hard-headed easterners for the area is practically native with no phones, TV, or radio in the rooms.
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Class Notes
1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Bob Stecher sends his thanks for his birthday card from the Class. He says the illustration depicts a condition which contributed largely to his income through the years and seems very appropriate. And Bill McMahon writes Spider
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN S. MAYER
Paul Richter kindly forwarded to me Susie (Mrs. F. Philip) Frazier's Christmas letter. Susie reports that the enjoys being with her daughter, Winona, and her family in Long Beach, Calif. Susie leads an active life. This past
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Class Notes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
Many of the happenings of the classmates in the winter season are short-term, and by the time the news reaches you they have terminated. These are mostly migrations to the South which last about four months, and bring everyone
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
Jack and Fran Dodd have moved to their new home, Troy Court, 738 New England Ave., Summit, N. J. 07901, where the entire Dartmouth fellowship wishes them many years of health and happiness. Jack will become Trustee Emeritus in
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
LOUIS v. WILCOX
The Springfield Hospital Medical Center "Intercom" carries the following announcement: "Dr. Theodore R. Miner, former Surgeon-in-Chief and past president of the Hampden District Medical Society, has been named Director of the
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Class Notes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
"This is the winter of our discontent . . (Write me if you recognize the quotation.) Spring doesn't come until March 21 . . . but Hanover is full of paradoxes: bulbs are up on the south side of my house, inches away from a foot
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
Bud Brown and Joan Ganz Cooney, the producer of the famous children's TV program "Sesame Street," were featured in an article in the February 14 issue of "Parade" magazine. The story, which was spotted by Coop Rhodes and mailed
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
Now that spring is in the air it is safe to record that Dean and Enid Chamberlain survived the 30° below zero winter in their new home in Freeport, Me., having moved from the more temperate Falls Church, Va., climate. Already
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Class Notes
1927
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William G. North
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
Howie Mullin sent on a note from Merritt Joslyn with a photograph of Merritt and his attractive family taken at their Hinsdale, Ill., home and a clipping from a Waynesville, N. C., paper. This was an interesting story on Frell
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
LEWIS R. BEERS
The Bridgeport Post of Feb. 11 carried a picture of Jack Zellers with the neVvs of his being elected a vice president of the People's Saving Bank. Jack, who joined the bank in 1964 after retiring from Remington Rand, is manager
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Class Notes
1929
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MORTON C. JAQUITH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
As I sit down to write the '29 notes for the April issue, I am faced with February's calendar picture, "Winter Fairyland," a snow scene reminiscent of Mink Brook, but labeled "Epsom, New Hampshire." The solitary figures "28"
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
Negotiations to settle a four-week strike prevented my attending the New York dinner on March 8, but it is assumed that Herm Schneebeli and Milt McInnes were duly honored for their contributions to Dartmouth, 1930, and the rest
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Class Notes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
JOHN COGSWELL
Again this month, Guest Editor is ShepWolff, who is waiting for the ice to go out of the river so he can personally paint his new house, in Etna Heights.
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Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
ROBERT E. ACKERBERG JR.
Classmate of Distinction this month is Dr. Cal Fisher, Denver surgeon and president of the staff of Denver General Hospital, whose cheerfully mordant letter to this column last year delighted many, including non-class browsers.
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Class Notes
1933
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ERNEST S. DAVIS JR.
WESLEY H. BEATTIE
Bob Goodell recently wrote from the U.S. Embassy in London: "Hank Smith paid me a visit the other day here at the Embassy having been along with other members of Congress at a Ditchley Park Conference on the problems connected
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Class Notes
1934
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STANLEY H. SH.VERMAN
FRANK C. HEATH
Once again we're indebted to EdBrown, way ijp there in what's still Marlboro Country (no-woman's-land), for a new crop of dispatches from our earthgirdling compadres.
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
George Price
Any day now you should receive an extremely important communique from BillAdams, our reunion treasurer. Yup, the moment has, come, to put "your money where your heart is:. So, lets firm up those reunite plans by" plunking down your
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Class Notes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
PAUL S. CLEVELAND
The weeks are rushing towards June. Only two months to go for the terrific thirty fifth Reunion in Hanover. Hope you have been reading your mail and got some good vibrations to be on hand for the festivities. From Green Bay,
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
CHARLES H. BASSETT
So here it is April. And so here it is Fund time. And so here on the immediate horizon is our 35th reunion. In earlier days attendance meant circumventing the baby-sitting problem along with other confusing areas of the young but
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Class Notes
1938
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FREDERIC A. BECKER
ROBERT P. HALLOCK JR.
Another month has rolled around bringing a deadline for this column but not much in the way of class news. From the Boston Herald Traveler I have learned via Paul Urion that Ben Ames Williams Jr., formerly president of Old
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
HARVEY L. ROHDE
In line with a charge from our president, we journeyed to Hanover in February to effect a bit of research preparatory to assembling a "32 Year Report" to the Class. All work and no play makes Jackson a dull boy, so we shall
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Class Notes
1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
April means spring just about anywhere in this wide land and my mind goes back more than thirty years ago to springtime on the Hanover Plain. With a stroke of luck—and help from the sun—the duck boards on the campus should have
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Class Notes
1941
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EARL H. COTTON
ROBERT O. THOMAS
Another month! We hear that spring is just around the corner, but you wouldn't know it by the kind of weather they have been tossing at us recently. A northeaster yesterday almost brought New England to a standstill.
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Class Notes
1942
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WILLIAM W. PARMER
JOHN NAUSS JR.
If Hanover and the area are enjoying the same balmy spring weather we are experiencing in New Jersey at this writing the skiing activities will soon be a thing of the past.
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT R. GRAY
EDWARD W. LIDER
You may have noted that the tuition at Dartmouth has now been raised by $270 to with board being increased by $50 to 5790. Page 25 of our 25th Reunion Book shows that for the Class of '43, tuition was only $225 a semester and
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
WILLIAM B. HALE 2nd
This is the earthquake issue of your Class notes, or at least primarily so. Occurred to me that the dozen or so '44s who live in the Los Angeles area might have something to say about that awful quake that hit at 6:01 on the
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Class Notes
1945
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DONALD P. COLE JR.
ALEXANDER UNGAR
From Buffalo, N. Y., and Bob Anthony comes the latest. "This has been our year for travel. Trips to Puerto Rico and New Orleans last spring, the reunion in Hanover. Hawaii in August where we visited ClineMann (he claims he goes
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Class Notes
1946
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
JAMES E. O'NEILL
Those indomitable switch hitters DaveWeld and Reg Pierce are subbing for Secretary Bill who is enjoying a $200 per day rest at Half Moon Bay, Antiqua. From Reunion Chairman Dave comes the following: "We've been through the beer can
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Class Notes
1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
Congratulations to John P. Wildman who was recently appointed general credit manager of the Anaconda American Brass Company of Waterbury, Conn. John has spent his entire business career with that company working there after
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Class Notes
1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
LOUIS N. PERRY JR.
April Fool! In order to provide a few lines for '4B the class secretary will devote a goodly portion of these notes to himself, his family and their activities. Read on and suffer!
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Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
A. Clarke Church
A week ago I thought I would be sitting here writing my column for the April issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE with the wild wind whistling at my doorway, a crackling fire on the hearth and pondering about spending the month of March
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
Robert D. Kilmarx
The second week of winter vacation and skiing is a fond memory. The mountain confronting me consists of mail and work (including an anxious editor's concern about the deadline for this column).
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
Richard G. Sutton
The College recently learned of the death on June 3, 1967 of the Class' oldest member, Colin Raubeson, at the age of 49. An obituary will appear in the next issue of this MAGAZINE.
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Class Notes
1952
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E. J. TEEVENS 2ND
EDWARD J. FINERTY JR.
Last month I reported that the winter season was a complete success in the New England area, . . . little did I realize that Mother Nature had no intention of bringing the season to a close. In the last five days Western
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Class Notes
1953
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ROBERT A. MALIN
FREDERICK M.STEPHENS JR.
Bob Simpson has been elected executive vice president of Pfizer Europe, a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc. Burger, who has a Tuck- Thayer degree, joined Pfizer in 1958 as a production supervisor in their Brooklyn plant and transferred
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Class Notes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
DAVID B. METZ
Here we are back at the "city desk" preparing for the April issue of your favorite column. You really better like it because there isn't too much not to like what with the paucity of news from youse guys out there. I'd hoped
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Class Notes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
Randolph J. Hayes
Jim and Astrid Kerbin operate a first rate travelers' rescue service in the Virgin Islands. They live in Frederiksted, St. Croix, and operate a private elementary school in the nearby verdant hills, at least when they're not
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
During reunion years classes choose at least eleven members of an Executive Committee, a President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Class Agent, all for terms running until the next reunion. Dick Rosen, 414 E. 52nd Street, New York,
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Class Notes
1957
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ROBERT W. HOLLAND
Clarence D. Kerr 3rd
Roughly 60 days until the 15th Reunion. There is still time to send in your reservation form. Forget the details? June 18-20; class tax as follows: Alumnus, $57, wife or date, $37, child, $27. The class will be lodging in
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Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
ROBERT J. ELEVELD
Complete exhaustion—the result of a very successful first annual Dartmouth Alumni Ski Weekend in Hanover, from which Jane and I have just returned tonight. We sweated out the ski conditions right up until this past Wednesday
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Class Notes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
Richard U. Hoehn
Dann Lewis, assistant director of tourism for the Bahamas for the past three years, has been named director of marketing as an additional responsibility which will involve coordinating the ministry's advertising and sales
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Class Notes
1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
Richard C. Harrison 3rd
Donald A. Sheffield
This is the month whose showers bring flowers. It is the start of the baseball season and the time to settle up with Uncle Sam. And it marks the beginning of another Alumni Fund Drive. This year, our efforts will be led by Dick
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Class Notes
1961
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DAVID H. BLAKE
John F. Reno
John T. Wooster Jr.
I am sure that all of you are saving up all kinds of good news and interesting views to relate to our classmates during reunion, for it is certain that not very much material has been provided to me with which to create a
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
ROBERT L. VAN DAM
WILLIAM C. PIERCE
By the time this hits the press spring will be officially here and the south winds will have started eating into the snow banks deposited during a rugged winter. Can hot pants be far away? Spring also means Alumni Fund drive. So
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID A. SCHAEFER
William L. Russell 3rd
Alan V. Davies
'63 Milestones.
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Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
ROGER S. AARON
As we go to press, Bachelor Central reports the demise of two more stalwarts from our ranks. Ed Brazil, it is rumored, is engaged to be married to a lovely young thing named Patty on May 1. The word is that "Fig" chose that date
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Class Notes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
JOHN F. RICHARDSON
Happy spring! It's still duckboard season in Hanover and Exeter, but the promises of spring are all around. (In our prep school milieu those indicators are madras jackets, lacrosse sticks, and bicycles.)
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
WILLIAM M. HIGGINS
Charles Wilmot, the erstwhile class newsletter editor, has left Stamford, Conn., tor Moscow State University, the one in Russia. Charlie is doing archival research for his Ph.D. dissertation on Russian economic and social
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67
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Class Notes
1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
LT. (J.G.) JAMES B. PAULL
Ron Benson is in Gainesville, Fla., as the first full-time assistant track and cross country coach at the University of Florida. In addition, he is working on a Master's degree which he hopes to complete next year. After that,
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Class Notes
1968
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ERIC A. JONES
EUGENE F. RYZEWICZ JR.
Though the mail is not pouring in by any means, a few interesting letters managed to arrive this month. Don't forget, postage rates soon rise. Bill Adler, now in his second year at NYU Law School, and his wife Joan, a speech
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Class Notes
1970
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PETER S. LINTON
Keven M. Cunningham
Last month I mentioned that Joel Heathcote's ('61) notes deserved your attention; last month Joel resigned. Now you understand why no engagement notices appear here.
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Harvard Game Relaxer
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At a Quarterback Luncheon the week before the Harvard game in 1969, Coach Bob Blackman mentioned that he wished he could think of something to break the tension for players between dinner and bedtime the night before the game.
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Roy Rowan '41,
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Roy Rowan '41, until recently Assistant Managing editor of Life, has taken the plunge into magazine publishing on his own. He and a staff made up largely of editors and advertising personnel from Time, Inc. brought out last
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Robert C. Hill '42,
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Robert C. Hill '42, United States Ambassador to Spain, who is shown with Generalissimo Franco when he presented his credentials in June 1969, has been named "Man of the Year" for 1970 by Guidepost, the American weekly in Spain.
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Misterogers of TV Land
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B. B.
When Presbyterian clergyman FredRogers '50 meets with his congregation of a million or more, it's like a visit between close friends. He is creator, writer, producer, and host of Misterogers' Neighborhood, a half-hour weekday show
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To be the top man in the management of
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To be the top man in the management of his presidential campaign, Senator Edmund S. Muskie of Maine has picked Berl Bern hard '51, Washington lawyer and former staff director of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights. Berl has
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The Governor's Right-Hand Man
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BB
Robert Douglass '53, culminating an association with Nelson Rockefeller '30 that began in 1960 when he served on the Governor's staff at the Republican convention Secretary to the Governor, a post considered the most important
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Gebhardt Memorial Fund
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A fund honoring the memory of Robert C. Gebhardt '57, member of Dartmouth's NCAA championship ski team in 1958, has been established by his family and friends to honor and aid the Dartmouth ski team.
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Sculpture History In California
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APOLYMON, a 13,000-pound sculpture of brilliant Lucite, commissioned by the State of California and displayed in the plaza of the Capitol in Sacramento, is the largest transparent object ever cast and an artistic and
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
We thought we had moved into spring but after several days of sunny, warm weather a March snowstorm upset the warming trend and the skiers remained happy.
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
Last month I reported receiving assists from a number of alumni on my Centennial Book job. Among them was Rear Admiral Paul J. "Pete" Halloran '20, USN. On February 14, just a few days after composing a long letter to me, Pete
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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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CRAFT SCHOOL
CRAFT SCHOOL
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4719181_19710401_000152.xml
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73
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School Directory
School Directory
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4719181_19710401_000153.xml
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75
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Registered Civil Engineer
Registered Civil Engineer
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4719181_19710401_000154.xml
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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4719181_19710401_000155.xml
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76
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Club Calendar
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4719181_19710401_000156.xml
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77
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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4719181_19710401_000157.xml
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78
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"DARTMOUTH SHOP"
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4719181_19710401_000158.xml