Issue: 19710501

Saturday, May 1, 1971
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Nefertiti, Akhenaten, and Ray Winfield Smith '18
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
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CHANEL
CHANEL
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI
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Dartmouth Alumni College,
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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
Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Growth Syndrome
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STEVENSON NORTHLAND
STEVENSON NORTHLAND
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Crawford House, Crawford Notch, N. H.
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SPACEMAKERS. INC.
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Saint Margaret's School
Saint Margaret's School
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A billionaire couldn't, build a nicer place than Quechee Lakes, Vermont
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Newsweek
Newsweek
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
CHALLENGE AND PERSPECTIVE IN HIGHER EDUCATION.
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ARTHUR E. JENSEN
By Francis H.Horn '30. With a Foreword by Delyte W.Morris. Southern Illinois University Press:1971. 224 pp. $8.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE EMERGING PERSONALITY: INFANCY THROUGH ADOLESCENCE.
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BENJAMIN TENNEY '21
By George E. Gardner '25, M.D., Ph.D.New York: Delacorte Press, A SeymourLawrence Book, 1970. 292 pp. $6.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE WAR AGAINST POETRY.
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PETER SACCIO
By RussellEraser '47. Princeton University Press,1970. 215 pp. $7.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH.
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H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL JR. '20
ByWilliam Cahn '34. New York: RandomHouse, 1970. 301 pp. With many illustrations, a map, and bibliography. $7.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
SMITH'S REVIEW. LEGAL GEM SERIES. LABOR LAW. FOR LAW SCHOOL AND BAR EXAMINATIONS.
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MURRAY SYLVESTER
By Myron G. Hill Jr., Howard M. Rossen, andWilton S. Sogg '56. St. Paul (Minn.): WestPublishing Company, 1971. 194 pp. $5.
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Books
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Of Special Note
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J.H.
"Once a man standing in front of father suddenly drew a revolver out of his pocket and pointed it straight at his chest. My father [P. A. Stolypin] threw open his overcoat and facing the mutinous crowd said loudly, 'Shoot.' The
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Books
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Alumni Articles
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The March issue of Foreign Service contains "American Diplomacy—the Pelican in the Wilderness." The author is Career Ambassador Ellis O. Briggs '21, who from 1925 to 1962 was accredited to seven countries, on three continents,
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SPRING HAS SPRUNG and the NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN are ready.
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TRESCOTT RIDGE
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In Scotch, it's Grand Old Parr
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
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Hanover's Famous May "Murder"
Hanover's Famous May "Murder"
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What has happened to college humor? With virtually no sign of it today, has the student prankster (such as he who put Mickey Mouse hands on the face of the Baker Library clock) gone into historical limbo, to be recalled only by
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GOLF AND TENNIS WEEKEND
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The College
The College
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As the 1971 Alumni Fund Campaign neared the end of its first month, the total received in gifts and pledges was close to one million dollars. As of April 20, the Fund stood at $910,000 in gifts and pledges from just over
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The College
Trustee-Faculty Agreement
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The Board of Trustees has accepted a revised agreement on academic freedom, tenure, and responsibility, earlier approved unanimously by the Dartmouth faculty. It replaces a trustee- faculty pact in effect since 1960. The
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The College
Medical School Grant
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The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $114,355 grant to the Dartmouth Medical School for establishment of a Department of Maternal and Child Health, which will complete the academic structure needed to support
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The College
Kelsey Professorship
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A bequest of $750,000 has been received by the College to establish the Preston H. Kelsey '25 Professorship of Religion. The bequest was part of a trust fund set up during his lifetime by Mr. Kelsey, a prominent West Coast
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The College
Judiciary Plan Voted Down
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A proposed reorganization of the College Committee on Standing and Conduct which would have allowed for special minority group representation in judicial decisions involving blacks or Indians was defeated in a student
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The College
Danforth Graduate Fellows
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Three Dartmouth seniors, Gustavus H. Zimmerman III of Bellefontaine, Ohio, David E. Clem of Tyler, Tex., and Leonid A. Turkevich of Chicago, have been awarded Danforth Graduate Fellowships for advanced study toward the Ph.D.
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The College
A Teacher's Bequest
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A bond of mutual esteem between the Dartmouth Medical School and a longtime employee has been acknowledged in a recent bequest. The will of Eleanor Elizabeth Hoag, who died October 27, 1970, at the age of 60, directed that
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A Wah Hoo Wah!
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KENNETH F. MONTGOMERY '25, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Letters from Miles College, Birmingham, Ala.
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Trustees Vote to Consider Associated School for Women
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As reported to all Dartmouth alumni in the April 27 issue of The Bulletin, the Board of Trustees last month voted unanimously to consider at its October meeting the establishment of an associated school for women at the
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Five Alumni Elected Trustees
Five Alumni Elected Trustees
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David R. Weber '65, a 27-year-old teacher of English at Phillips Exeter Academy, was elected a Charter Trustee of Dartmouth College at the April meeting of the Board. His term began immediately after the session, making him
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Nefertiti, Akhenaten, and Ray Winfield Smith '18
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John R. Scotford Jr. '38
Man and the computer join forces to solve a gigantic "jigsaw puzzle" - the reassembling of an Egyptian temple built 3300 years ago
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Project Director
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RAY WINFIELD SMITH '18, now immersed in archaeology, is the modern counterpart of the Renaissance Man. "A modern college curriculum could well be patterned on your life" said the citation when he received Dartmouth's
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Faculty
Faculty
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WILLIAM R. MEYER
Industrial management recently made faculty news which provided further evidence that the grove of academe is not nearly so isolated as it was just a decade or two ago.
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Faculty Takes Coeducation Stand
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In its first formal expression of opinion on the issue, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Dartmouth College last month approved a resolution endorsing the admission of women as candidates for the Dartmouth baccalaureate
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In Memoriam: Cudworth Flint
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THOMAS VANCE
Cudworth, no one who watched that thick-set, slowly sinking bonehouse, your body,
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The Dartmouth Institute
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College Plans a New "Sabbatical" Program of Education for Adults
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Third Century Fund Reaches Final Total of $53 Million
Third Century Fund Reaches Final Total of $53 Million
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Dartmouth's Third Century Fund, on its March 31 final date, had reached a total of $53,036,714, some $2 million above the $51-million goal set in the fall of 1967 when the capital campaign was launched.
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Two Receive Alumni Awards
Two Receive Alumni Awards
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Two Dartmouth graduates who have given outstanding service to the College for many years were honored by the Alumni Council last month with the Dartmouth Alumni Award. Lester R. Godwin '30 of Winchester, Mass., received the
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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JOEL ZYLBERBERG '72
The pages of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE often contain references to the "Dartmouth fellowship"—that mystical bond among men who have shared similar experiences. This bond manifests itself in a Dartmouth man's attachment
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Students Assemble Drawings Show
Students Assemble Drawings Show
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An exhibition for which undergraduates had the major responsibility opened in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery of the Hopkins Center on April 2. "Italian Drawings from the Bick Collection" is unique in having resulted from an
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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JACK DEGANGE
"If we are to win the Eastern League championship again, we must do it ourselves. We can't expect help from another team."
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Big Green Teams
GOLF
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JACK DEGANGE
April has been less than kind to Bill Johnson and his Dartmouth golfers.
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Big Green Teams
CREW
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JACK DEGANGE
As he laid his plans for Dartmouth's third annual trip to Alabama's Lake Martin for spring training, Peter Gardner decided that it was time to gamble.
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Big Green Teams
TENNIS
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JACK DEGANGE
Whenever Dartmouth's tennis team can come home from its southern trip with a win over Furman, Duke, or North Carolina State, John Kenfield is a happy man.
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Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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JACK DEGANGE
In lacrosse, a couple of sophomores have provided the noise in the early going as Dartmouth gave Coach Dudley Hendrick his first collegiate victory (a 10-8 decision at Morgan State during the southern trip) and showed signs
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Big Green Teams
TRACK
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JACK DEGANGE
The outdoor track and field season to this point has been limited to a most successful training experience in Florida (where Bill Dinneen had the top performance with a victory in the hammer throw at the Florida Relays in
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Big Green Teams
GREEN JOTTINGS
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's rugby football "A" team took second place in the Ivy League tournament, defeating Columbia and Brown before losing to Princeton in the championship game.
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Big Green Teams
Sports Schedule
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JACK DEGANGE
BASEBALL—May 1, Harvard (2); 5, Middlebury away; 7, Princeton; 8, Columbia (2); 13, Boston College; 15, New Hampshire; 20, Springfield; 22, Holy Cross away; 24, Vermont away.
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Class Notes
Alumni Clubs
Monmouth County
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JOHN E. HOLOBINKO '64
J. SPENCER MORGAN '60
Secretary, 24 Gayboy Court Middletown, N. J. 07748
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Alumni Clubs
Southeastern Connecticut
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MICHAEL E. CRONIN JR. '59
AL WINKLER '44
Secretary, Schoolhouse Road Old Saybrook, Conn. 06475
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Alumni Clubs
Philadelphia
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PETER M. STERN '63
Secretary, 11 Floor—4 Penyer Center Plaza Philadelphia, Pa. 19103
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Alumni Clubs
Eastern New York
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R.J.T. LONGABAUGH '53
Secretary, 487 Haskell Place, Delmar, N. Y. 12054
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Alumni Clubs
Westchester
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J. RICHARD PRIOR '60
Secretary, Grey Rock Terr., Irvington, N.Y. 10533
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Prize Club
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The Dartmouth Club of Hartford, Conn., was selected as Dartmouth Club of the Year, among the larger clubs, for the year 1970. A description of the kind of year-round program that won it this honor has been requested for this
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
A tremor has broken into the column this month by way of Richard Bean, grandson of "Cap" Jenkins. Richard telephoned his mother Ruth Bean, the day after the Los Angeles earthquake that "other than rattling windows and dishes
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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CHARLES H. DUDLEY
HERMON W. FARWELL
Ducky Drake writes from Florida that Cyril Smith's new address is Elizabeth Carleton House, 2055 Columbus Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 02119. We're sure that Cyril would like to hear from all of you.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
Our Dartmouth Sarasota Club had a very successful meeting on March 19. Whitey Burnham, assistant director of Athletics, gave us an excellent picture of our problem for the fall football season. He seemed quite optimistic but
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
As you all know Dartmouth College has extended a cordial and sincere invitation to all members of the Class, their widows, and friends for a informal reunion on June 11, 12, and 13 in Hanover. It is our hope that most of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
ROBERT D. KENYON
Our 64th Informal Reunion will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 14-16, 1971 with the reunions of the other post 50-year classes. This will give us an opportunity to enjoy Dartmouth and to renew old friendships.
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
Commencement time is ahead. This is not our regular five-year reunion, rather an opportunity for an informal reunion, to which, as a veteran class, we are welcome in Hanover. There still may be grandsons, grandnephews, or what
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
Walter J. Lane writes that he has sold his maple products business in Reading, Mass., but retains his Gilmanton, N. H., homestead. He is still active as a chemist and is living at 110 North 19th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19102. He
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Class Notes
1910
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RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
ARTHUR H. LORD
Probably very few Tenners know the story of Bucky Allen and his Camp Chewonki. It has been told recently in the "Maine Sunday Telegram." The writer, Bill Caldwell, tells of having passed the camp sign daily over a long period of
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Class Notes
1911
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REV. C. MERTON WILSON
JOHN S. LEAROYD
BRAVO, JOHN!
On March 24, John Learoyd wrote and mailed to me the following, which I am delighted to pass on to you:
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Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
With all the discussion, pro and con, on the pressing question of coeducation at Dartmouth, Richard K. Montgomery '35 instills a breath of real Dartmouth spirit with his timely Letter to the Editor in the February 1971 issue of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
WILLIAM B. TERRY
Not many of our class were born in May, it seems but the following deserve a cheer and good wishes for good health and a happy and long life: "Don Cunningham, May 4; Louis Foster, May 30; HaroldHatch, May 23; and our own
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
A most welcome letter from DuckyDrake, who when he was class secretary was a real pro, tells of a tough winter but finds comfort in arthritis as giving something to talk about and groan about. To his wife Marian Louise, who herself
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Class Notes
1915
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
News from classmates is sparse this time of year. So, for what it may be worth, here are some jottings from hither and yon "let the chips fall where they may."
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Class Notes
1916
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ROGER F. EVANS
H. BURTON LOWE
Home from California, Gran and RuthFuller started visiting classmates in New England. On March 12, Gran reported, they had a gay dinner party with ParkerHayden at the Harvard Club in Boston. They were at Hampton the next Sunday with
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1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J. READE
Among the classmates who have learned to enjoy the Florida sunshine during the winter months are the O'Learys. Don andMarion have moved over from Sarasota to Coquina Cove, near Tequesta, on the East Coast. We found their new
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1918
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THOMAS B.R. BRYANT
GEORGE R.S. VON KAPFF
May we all join Baron Von Kapff and his agents' team to asure President Kemeny 1918 appreciates his leadership by our support of this year's Alumni Fund.
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1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
FREDERICK M. DALEY
Not long ago, we received from GeorgeRand an account of a party he and Marion gave for the Dartmouth men in their Florida neighborhood. And a picture of the '19ers among them. We sent the whole thing to Batch so you could see the
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN S. MAYER
J. Almus Russell and Frances, we have recently learned visited Ireland and England in August 1970. In Devonshire the Russells visited the childhood homes of Frances' grandparents in villages that have changed very little in
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1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
WILLIAM M. ALLEY
The month of May seems to be the nadir of the class notes' year as far as news is concerned. Happenings of the fading winter never appear to be very earthshaking, and when they do our classmate correspondents seem to be
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARTER H. HOYT
Gene and Nettie Hotchkiss have expressed their devotion to Dartmouth time after time, both in substance and in sentiment. Nettie, "wife and mother of Dartmouth men"—one husband, three sons—is now also, perhaps unknowingly,
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1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CLARENCE E. Goss
Two major migrations to Hanover will mark the football season next fall: the opening Ivy League game with Penn, October 9, and Yale's first football appearance in Hanover in over 80 years, October 30. The question, recently
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Class Notes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
Classes started today (April 1, as I write). No fooling. And for those who remember mud-time, there are no duck boards ... no one wears the time-honored galoshes, buckles worn off . . . and the Alumni Fund is off to a fast
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1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
After Phil Coykendall died his widow Phebe lived in Springfield, N. H., and New London, N. H., until she passed away last spring. Following Phil's wishes and plans she made provisions in her will to leave the residuum of her
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E.M. LOUER
With May flowers in full bloom it should be noted that the August 20-21-22 annual informal 1926 summer get-together is not far off. Chuck Webster's Memorial Book Committee will meet Saturday morning and all classmates are
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Class Notes
1927
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William G. North
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
Your scribe is having the privilege—and pleasure—of writing these notes from Hanover, looking out over the Campus from the Inn, and at this moment hearing Baker Library chime four o'clock. The sky is a brilliant blue; there's a
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
LEWIS R. BEERS
A short note from Lew Beers tells us that he and Anita attended the annual New York Dartmouth dinner at the Commodore on March 24. Other '28 men with wives who were present were Milt Hoefle,Myles Lane, and Phil Orsi.
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1929
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MORTON C. JAQUITH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Al Anon
Today is April Fool's Day and the due date for May's class notes is tomorrow. I've arisen early with the sun, put Jacques (our dog) out and he has returned to kibitz on my labors; and put out a scratching paw, a tentative
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
Saturday, June 26 at noon, Carol and Carl Haffenreffer will be expecting to greet you at Seaconnet Point Farm in Little Compton for a chicken barbecue. Their home is less than an hour's drive from Providence and not much more
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Class Notes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
JOHN COGSWELL
This column is the last one you will receive before the 40th Reunion which gives you time to make up your mind to join us all in Hanover. By the time the June column appears, all plans will have been well set. Please come to the
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Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
ROBERT E. ACKERBERG JR.
Not the least of the highlights that marked the New York Alumni Association dinner in March was the presentation of an Alumni Award to Howie Sargeant. The citation read by Alumni Council president Dero Saunders '35, ticking off
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Class Notes
1933
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ERNEST S. DAVIS JR.
WESLEY H. BEATTIE
The Boston Alumni meeting was a tremendous success—thanks to the large number of '33ers who attended together with their wives. A very special feature for us was the happy-hour organized by SidStoneman, Bob and Babe Fox, and
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1934
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STANLEY H. SILVERMAN
FRANK C. HEATH
Phil. 71 (MWF, 10:00 A.M.): Not too many things, including the environment, have improved in recent years. Among outstanding exceptions: the College-on the Hill (Dartmouth) and the Alumni Fund. There's an obvious connection,
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
GEORGE PRICE
The biggest 35th reunion in Dartmouth history! That's the word from Hanover as reservations keep pouring in from around the globe—literally! Well over 300 should be on hand, as the class convenes June 14- 15-16. If you haven't
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Class Notes
1936
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RAYMOND D. BUILTER
PAUL S. CLEVELAND
All plans are complete for the Terrific Thirty-Fifth Reunion in Hanover June 14- 17. We hope all conditions are "GO" for you. Don't forget to send your tariff to Cliff England before May 15 for the bargain rate. In case you have
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
CHARLES H. BASSETT
Give or take a few days a month from now will see 1937's 35th reunion in progress. In a purely objective context the thought that 34 years have swished down the drain so rapidly is appalling. For any contemplating some eventual
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1938
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FREDERIC A. BECKER
ROBERT P. HALLOCK JR.
With the .settling of the British postal strike I received a letter from ex roommate King Van Denburg who is with McGrawHill in England and lives in a home about the size of a Holiday Inn in Henley-on- Thames. He reported on
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
HARVEY L. ROHDE
Our distinguished Treasurer, Sam Thurm, appears to have a hold on all executive posts in the country's advertising circles. According to the good grey New York daily he has recently been elected chairman of the board of the
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Class Notes
1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
Two great gatherings of '40's took place last month at the annual alumni dinners in both Boston and New York. I'm indebted to Bill Squier for reporting that those attending the Boston evening besides himself included Joe
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1941
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EARL H. COTTON
ROBERT O. THOMAS
Another month is upon us. Here in New England, the snow is rapidly departing and the buds are coming out, as are Bob Thomas and his assistant class agents. More about them later, but first, a little news about classmates.
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1942
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WILLIAM W. PARMER
W. JOHN NAUSS JR.
Only a short distance beyond Webster's Restaurant on Merrimac Street in Newburyport (Mass.) is the home of the "Old Newbury Crafters" whose beginnings harken back to the earliest silversmiths. They had derived their skills
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1943
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ROBERT R. GRAY
EDWARD W. LIDER
As you read this we will be but a year away from our "advance" 30th reunion (we reune with the classes of '41 and '42). President Charlie Donovan hopefully will reveal the name of our reunion chairman at the time of Class
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
WILLIAM B. HALE 2nd
Continuing the Earthquake-Experience Department, Lee Mantle (finance) writes: "It was a terrifying experience, but we fortunately escaped unscathed and undamaged. I was in bed when the thing hit. It felt as though the house was
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Class Notes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
ALEXANDER UNGAR
The man of the year in Beverly, Mass., is Bert Glovsky, who was recently honored by his home town. Bert, a practicing attorney was cited for his varied commumty activities such as Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts, Rotary, and
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Class Notes
1946
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WILLIAM W. GRAULTY
JAMES E. O'NEILL
By the time the stalwarts of '46 read this column, here will be but thirty short days left to the one and only "Big One in 71." You'd better believe that big things are stirring for the class. At this juncture, we are closing in
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1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
Dick Hill's expertise in the field of life insurance sales and service is leading him into a career in public speaking. A consistent member of National Life's President's Club for outstanding client sales and service
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Class Notes
1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
LOUIS N. PERRY JR.
By the time this goes to print May will be upon us and, hopefully, it will be more quiet on the campus than a year ago. It would be interesting to know what changes, if any, have occurred in the thinking of the participants with
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Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
A. CLARKE CHURCH
My slithy toes are brillig and shortly I intend to rid myself of this cursed disease. The antidote will create another "shortly," namely, this column, as I am forced to put thoughts to paper a mere two weeks after writing the
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
ROBERT D. KILMARX
April is upon us. The buds burgeon, alluring in their promise, yet remain coyly closed. The lingering frost of early spring deters their opening. No yellow splash of forsythia yet heralds the final awakening. Nor does the haze
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD G. DUTTON
Because I must compose my copy for this column at least a month before you read it in print, I sometimes become forgetful about what will be happening by the time you read the column.
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Class Notes
1952
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E.J. TEEVENS 2ND
EDWARD J. FINNERTY JR.
It finally came, spring that is ... and the Bosox opened the season with New York in near freezing temperatures. Although the Mayor didn't throw out a snowball as I previously predicted, the spheroid chosen to launch the game
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Class Notes
1953
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ROBERT A. MALIN
FREDERICK M. STEPHENS JR.
Since the beginning of time, New Yorkers have had to endure the East River eyesore called Welfare Island, wondering why such a choice piece of real estate couldn't be put to better use. Now a classmate has taken the problem in
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Class Notes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
DAVID B. METZ
Old Mother Hubbard and I have a great deal in common! A bare cupboard to be exact! I've got this file marked "ALUMNI MAG—Unused Material" and at this time of year the pickings is mighty slim. A few faded Xerox copies of outdated
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Class Notes
1955
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JOSEPH D. MATHEWSON
RANDOLPH J. HAYES
Harold O'Connell paused long enough before jetting off to the Orient to accept promotion to vice president in the Continental Bank, Chicago's largest. Harold, first '55 to complete law school (two and a half vears, University
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
If inflation and business conditions have demolished your budget and reduced your income then you are, no doubt, imposing austerity measures and doing everything you can to assure that customary revenues are at least maintained,
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Class Notes
1957
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ROBERT W. HOLLAND
CLARENCE D. KERR 3RD
While Christmas shopping for your children last year you no doubt noticed (and possibly bought) in various toy departments around town such games as Nerf Ball, Twister, and Nerf Disc. For three years Twister was the best selling
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Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
ROBERT J. ELEVELD
In this job it seems that I am always running into the same people and in my constant quest for news am writing about them. The third week in March, Jane and I took a week's vacation with the kids up at Stowe. We had the
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Class Notes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
RICHARD N. HOEHN
Relatively speaking, I have an embarrassment of riches this month, for the fates have been kind and have provided quite a wealth of news, and for the first time in quite a while, I had trouble getting this column started
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Class Notes
1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
Richard C. Harrison 3rd
Donald A. Sheffield
Over 850 alumni and wives turned out to hear President Kemeny, Jake Crouthamel and several Alumni Fund officials speak at the annual New York Alumni Association and Class Agent Dinner. We had 18 men and 11 wives in attendance at
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Class Notes
1961
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DAVID BLAKE
JOHN F. RENO
John T. Wooster Jr.
DAVE BLAKE
In another month many of us will be heading towards Hanover to participate in our TENTH reunion. It should be a grand affair judging from the many notices coming from our reunion committee. If you have not already made up your
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
ROBERT L. VAN DAM
WILLIAM C. PIERCE
Have you noticed that those annual preaddressed envelopes have started to arrive again. Bill Pierce and Bob Van Dam are eager to have a good drive this year. President Kemeny has expressed the urgency of the College's
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID A. SCHAEFFR
William L. Russell 3rd
ALAN V. DA VIES
Spring, you've come back to warm my juices O'er gals in Hot Pants, both little ones. And mooses.
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Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
ROGER S. AARON
Doug Montgomery dropped me a nice letter recently to bring us up-to-date on his activities Doug is teaching in the urban studies program at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, after having spent a year in Washington on
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Class Notes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
JOHN F. RICHARDSON
By the time you read this another admissions season will have ended for Eddie Chamberlain and Co. in Hanover, and many of you will have had your proteges rejected or accepted. Competitive admissions is a very difficult task for
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
WILLIAM M. HIGGINS
Greg McGregor is in a unique position to do something about the environmental crisis. Greg, an assistant attorney general in Massachusetts, has been named head of the newly created environmental protection division by Attorney
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Class Notes
1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
LT. (J.G.) JAMES B. PAULL
We saw Dave Samuels and his fiancee, Lynn Malmgren (Antioch '69) for dinner recently. Dave is doing his alternative service as a conscientious objector with the New York Friends Center and is planning on returning to law school
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Class Notes
1968
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ERIC A. JONES
EUGENE F. RYZEWICZ JR.
Bob and Nancy Lynn wrote, on legal size yellow lined paper of course, recapping the events in their lives to date. After graduation Bob entered the Peace Corps and spent one year in Birni N'Konni, Niger, West Africa where he
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1969
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G. ALAN FRAKER
ARTHUR C. SCHNEIDER, JR.
Nelson Brigrht, fresh out of Stanford and a staff member of Bell Telephone Laboratories in Holmdale, N. J., will take Jane Klein as his bride this month. Jane, a Brandeis grad, is a personnel assistant at St. Peter's Hospital in
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1970
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PETER S. LINTON
KEVIN M. CUNNINGHAM
John Chamberlin has taken up the gauntlet. He wrote me a letter which is too long to reproduce here so I am forwarding it to the newsletter editors and will only include the teaser:
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John S. Learoyd
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John S. Learoyd (left), Head Agent for the Class of I9ll, received the Fred A. Howland Alumni Fund Award from Alumni Fund Chairman Robinson Bosworth Jr. '37 at the annual dinner of the Boston Alumni Association on March 23. The
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An All-Time Track Great
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W.A.C.'20
In an interclass track meet from which varsity members were not excluded, on the site of the present Memorial Field, a great array of freshman athletes gathered in the fall of 1916 which must have gladdened the heart of Coach
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A Teacher To Remember
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Francis V. "Bud" Brown's receipt of a Golden Key Award as the teacher who most influenced the life of Sesame Street creator, Joan Ganz Cooney, was noted last month with a Wah Hoo Wah and a featured place in the '25 class notes.
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Massachusetts Bar Leader
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The new president of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Dick Donahue '48, the youngest man ever to hold that office, has accomplished a number of "unusuals" in his 43 years. He entered politics with a successful last-minute
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At the Boston Alumni Association
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At the Boston Alumni Association dinner on March 23 Norman E. McCulloch, Head Agent for the Class of 1950, was awarded the Harvey P. Hood Trophy for the outstanding Head Agent of class 11 to 25 years out of college.
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David B. Metz,
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David B. Metz, Head Agent for the Class of 1954, was awarded the 1971 Alumni Fund Committee Trophy at the New York alumni dinner on March 24. The trophy is awarded each year in recognition of outstanding and
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Christopher Wren '57
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Christopher Wren '57 (shown as a correspondent in Vietnam) has been named Washington editor of Look Magazine. During his ten years with the magazine he has established himself as one of the country's top journalists. Especially
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Roger S. Aaron,
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Head AgerU for the Class of 1964, received the John R. Mason Trophy at the New York alumni dinner on March 24 in recognition of his 1970 performance as the outstanding Head Agent of a class from one to ten
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LOOKING FOR LAND?
LOOKING FOR LAND?
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THE SPALDING FAMILY
THE SPALDING FAMILY
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD. HANOVER, N.H.
Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD. HANOVER, N.H.
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OVERLOOKING BAKER TOWER
OVERLOOKING BAKER TOWER
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4719181_19710501_000153.xml
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Thinking of Retiring?
Thinking of Retiring?
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4719181_19710501_000154.xml
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Bunting and Lyon, Inc.
Bunting and Lyon, Inc.
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4719181_19710501_000155.xml
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT
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4719181_19710501_000156.xml
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Norwich Motor Inn
Norwich Motor Inn
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4719181_19710501_000157.xml
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PLASNFIELD, N. H.
PLASNFIELD, N. H.
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4719181_19710501_000158.xml
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ALBERT J. YOUNG, Realtor
ALBERT J. YOUNG, Realtor
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4719181_19710501_000159.xml
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78,79
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Associated Schools
Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
Members of the Thayer School family continue to make news meriting repetition in this column for the sake of those who may have missed the original announcements. Overseer James H. Wakelin Jr.,DC'32 was appointed Assistant
4719181_19710501_000160.xml
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Article
Associated Schools
Medical School
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H.W. SAVAGE, M.D., M'27
After an absence of two issues, I will try to catch up on such news as has reached me in Florida. I hope you have all received my recent letter addressed to each of you individually describing the major advances at DMS. If not,
4719181_19710501_000161.xml
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79,80
Article
Associated Schools
Tuck School
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BOB KIMBALL T'48
The great day has arrived—construction has started on the new Murdough Center to be located between Tuck and Thayer at the west end of Tuck Mall. So far, only excavation and removal of trees (the latter caused quite a few tugs
4719181_19710501_000162.xml
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MANCHESTER'S
MANCHESTER'S
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4719181_19710501_000163.xml
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5HATTUCK HOCKEY SCHOOL
5HATTUCK HOCKEY SCHOOL
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4719181_19710501_000164.xml
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Mountain-Top Property in Hanover
Mountain-Top Property in Hanover
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4719181_19710501_000165.xml
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Obituary
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.}
4719181_19710501_000166.xml
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MOWGLIS
MOWGLIS
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CRAFT SCHOOL
CRAFT SCHOOL
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4719181_19710501_000168.xml
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Preparatory School Directory
Preparatory School Directory
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4719181_19710501_000169.xml
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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4719181_19710501_000170.xml
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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4719181_19710501_000171.xml
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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4719181_19710501_000172.xml