Issue: 19711001

Friday, October 1, 1971
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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"DARTMOUTH SHOP"
"DARTMOUTH SHOP"
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2,4,5,6
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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In This Issue
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SEVEN SEAS ASSOCIATES
SEVEN SEAS ASSOCIATES
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LEWIS VEGHTE JR. '50
LEWIS VEGHTE JR. '50
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Norwich Inn
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THE SEAL OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
THE SEAL OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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DARTMOUTH
DARTMOUTH
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
THE HEALING OF A NATION.
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CHARLES M. WILTSE
DavidLoye '48. New York: W. W. Norton &Company, Inc., 1971. 381 pp. $8.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE FEAR OF CONSPIRACY: IMAGES OF UN-AMERICAN SUBVERSION FROM THE REVOLUTION TO THE PRESENT.
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PETER SLATER
Edited with Commentary byDavid Brion Davis '50. Ithaca: CornellUniversity Press, 1971. 369 pp. $10.
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Dartmouth Authors
THE AMERICAN PRINCESS.
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KATHERINE LEVER
By EdwardKuhn Jr. '46. New York: Simon andSchuster, 1971. 408 pp. $7.95.
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ANGOLA.
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LEO SPITZER
By Douglas L. Wheeler '59 andRené Pélissier. London: Pall Mall Press,1971. 296 pp. £3.75.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
HAZLITT.
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SAMUEL F. PICKERING JR.
By Ralph M. Wardle '31.Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press,1971. 530 pp. $15.
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Dartmouth Authors
PRINCIPLES OF ASTRONOMY.
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DELO E. MOOK
By Stanley P. Wyatt '42. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 1971. Second edition. Profusely illustrated. 686 pp. $14.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
COMPUTER COACH.
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ARDEN BUCHOLZ '58
By Stephen R.Lewinstein '63. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1971. 136 pp. $4.50.
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Dartmouth Authors
YOU CAN RAISE DECENT CHILDREN.
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DAVID S. VISCOTT '59, M.D.
By Berthold Eric Schwarz '46, M.D., andBartholomew A. Ruggieri, M.D. NewRochelle, N. Y.: Arlington House, 1971.345 pp. $9.95.
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Dartmouth Authors
PREPARATION FOR CHILDBIRTH: A LAMAZE GUIDE.
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JOHN S. LYLE '34, M.D.
Donna and Rodger Ewy '53. With Forewords by PierreVellay, M.D., and Harvey Cohen, M.D.Boulder, Colo.: Pruett Publishing Com-pany, 1970. 116 pp. Profusely Illustrated.Paperback. $3.50.
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1971 DARTMOUTH ALUMNI DIRECTORY
1971 DARTMOUTH ALUMNI DIRECTORY
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Come stay at Pierce's* in Etna
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Is Tarzan hanging around your attic?
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ROGER T. MAHER
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Further Mention
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JOHN HURD '21
The Imprint Society (Barre, Mass.) last spring issued in handsome two-volume format The Poetry of Robert Frost, reprinting the edition originally prepared in 1969 for Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., by EDWARD CONNERY LATHEM
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Alumni Articles
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In The Antiques Journal (Dubuque, Iowa) appear "Cheese-Making Implements of Long Ago" (June issue) and "Geographies of Yesterday" (July), both articles by J. Almus Russell '20. He is also author of "Lucy Larcom's New Hampshire
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Response to a Review
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ALLAN W. CAMERON '60
TO THE EDITOR:
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Texas Alumni Conference
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President Kemeny will lead the team of College officials going to Houston, Texas, for the Dartmouth Southwest Conference, scheduled for December 3 and 4 at the Houston Oaks Hotel. The conference is part of a continuing effort by
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The College
The College
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The Convocation in Webster Hall on the evening of September 23, formally opening Dartmouth's 202 nd academic year, served a double purpose this year. It also marked the beginning of a three-day observance of the Centennial
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The College
Enrollment
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The grand total of undergraduate and graduate enrollment, creeping up on the 4000 mark, is projected this fall at 3905, compared with 3794 last year. This estimate by Registrar Douglas M. Bowen divides into 3340 undergraduates
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The College
Trustees to Meet
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The Dartmouth Board of Trustees will hold its annual fall meeting in Hanover on October 8-9. At their meeting in April the Trustees voted to consider in October the establishment of an associated school for women at the
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The College
No Salary Freeze
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Since salary increases for College faculty and staff took effect July 1, the wage and price freeze promulgated by President Nixon will not roll back the 1971-72 compensation budget at Dartmouth. The announced increases in
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The College
Third Century Professorships
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Two new Third Century Professorships were established by action of the Board of Trustees during the summer. Supported by contributions to the Third Century Fund, they are the Ted and Helen Geisel Third Century Professorship
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The College
Tucker Foundation Appointments
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Two appointments for administrative direction of the Tucker Foundation have recently been announced. The Rev. Paul W. Rahmeier, College Chaplain, has been named Acting Dean for this academic year. John D. Bryant has been
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The College
Four Assistant Deans
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Leroy Keith, Katherine S. Ragone, and Steven S. Tourek '70 have been appointed Assistant Deans of the College for the 1971-72 academic year. Desmond E. Canavan has been named Assistant Dean for Administration at the Thayer
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The College
New Administrators
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Among new personnel at Dartmouth this fall are eight men, four of them alumni, who have been appointed to administrative posts.
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The College
Medical Building Started
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Ground-breaking ceremonies for the James D. Vail Medical Sciences Building were held August 23, with officials of the College and the Medical School and close relatives of major donors taking part.
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The College
Administration Survey
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A survey of Dartmouth's administrative structure and operations in the interest of present effectiveness and future needs has been initiated by President Kemeny. The six-month survey has been undertaken by the management
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The College
Pollution Consortium
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Dartmouth and four other New England educational institutions this summer joined seven Massachusetts universities in the New England Consortium on Air Pollution.
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A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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JOSEPH W. SEACREST '18, recipient of the Distinguished Citizen's Award from Nebraska Wesleyan University.
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20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28
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Thayer School's Centennial
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '28
Dartmouth's engineering school begins its second century with renewed strength in educational program, faculty, and graduate enrollement
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Record Fund Hits $2,464,201
Record Fund Hits $2,464,201
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The Dartmouth Alumni Fund ended its 1971 campaign just short of its $2.5-million goal, but the $2,464,201 contributed by 21,608 alumni, parents, and friends of the College was nevertheless a remarkable achievement establishing
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New Tuck Fund
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A new and expanded Tuck School Alumni Fund is being inaugurated this month. During the past four years, only the Tuck alumni who took their undergraduate degrees at colleges other than Dartmouth have been solicited in the
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Thayer School's First Director
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As Sylvanus Thayer has been called "Father of the U. S. Military Academy," so, with equal cause, might Robert Fletcher be known as the Father of the Thayer School.
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Research
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Sponsored research has been an increasingly important source of strength reinforcing all of the School's instructional efforts since World War II. The design and testing of a model of an unusual type of highway bridge by
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Thayer's Board of Overseers
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In his original Instrument of Gift, General Thayer assigned the management of the School to a Board of Overseers with extraordinary responsibility and authority. He specified that the Board should consist of the President
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Sons of Thayer
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No story of Thayer School's first hundred years would be complete without mention of its graduates whose impressive engineering achievements all over the world have earned a high respect for the School. Their accomplishments
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President Kemeny Giving New York Lecture Series
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President Kemeny will deliver a series of three lectures at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on the evenings of October 18, October 20, and October 22. Dartmouth alumni of the area have been invited
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Faculty
Faculty
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM '40
Promotions in rank became effective July 1 for 21 members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. An even dozen were promoted to the rank of professor, three to associate professor, and six to assistant professor.
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OMBUDSMAN
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MARY ROSS
The College community is his bailiwick, its members his concern, but he has only one client - and that is justice
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Summer '71: Diligent Diversity
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"Dartmouth: Summer '71" was the designation given the academic term of June 27 through August 21. It was the most successful in nine years of summer sessions, with 622 students registered—117 of them in the Master of Arts in
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GIFTS, GRANTS & BEQUESTS
GIFTS, GRANTS & BEQUESTS
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During this period when Dartmouth is receiving major support through payments to the Third Century Fund and the annual Alumni Fund, it is important not to lose sight of other ongoing ways in which alumni, friends, foundations,
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Dartmouth Art Show in Boston
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Dartmouth College will mark the tenth year of its artist-in-residence program at the Hopkins Center by offering a retrospective exhibition honoring 27 contemporary artists who have been at the College since the program
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October 22 Party
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In connection with the Artists at Dartmouth Exhibition, the Hopkins Center, in cooperation with the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Greater Boston and the Mayor's Cultural Affairs Office, is sponsoring a cocktail party in
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Defense was the trump card for Dartmouth's football team in 1970 and it could be the key for the Indians in 1971.
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Big Green Teams
IVY LEAGUE PREVIEW
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"I can see a team losing two games and still tying for first place," was Jake Crouthamel's assessment of the 1971 Ivy League football race.
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Big Green Teams
OTHER FALL SPORTS
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Both soccer and cross country should show progress in 1971 over their 1970 performances.
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Big Green Teams
Fall Schedules
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FOOTBALL—Sept. 25, Massachusetts at Amherst; Oct. 2, Holy Cross; 9, Pennsylvania; 16, Brown at Providence; 23, Harvard at Cambridge; 30, Yale; Nov. 6, Columbia at New York City; 13, Cornell; 20, Princeton at Princeton.
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Briggs Cage Party
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The Dartmouth Club at Harvard will once again sponsor a post-game cocktail party in Briggs Cage immediately following the Dartmouth-Harvard Game on Saturday, October 23. Proceeds from the party will benefit the Greater Boston
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Alumni Clubs
Los Angeles
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H. FLINT RENNEY '56
Secretary, 11734 Chenault St. Los Angeles, CA 90049
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Alumni Clubs
Tucson
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SAUL DEITEL '35
Secretary, SAUL DEITEL '35 5730 East So. Wilshire Drive Tucson, Ariz. 85711
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Alumni Clubs
London
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JOHN W. PATTEN '53
Secretary, JOHN W. PATTEN '53 McGraw-Hill, Inc. 34 Dover St. London W 1, England
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Alumni Clubs
Cleveland
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EDWARD D. WALDRON IV '57
Secreatry, 10017 Lake Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44102
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40
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Alumni Clubs
Rochester
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E. BRUCE CAMPBELL '64
Secretary, 109 Wyatt Drive, Rochester, N. Y. 14610
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Alumni Clubs
Long Island
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MICHAEL R. PENDER '47
Secretary, 148 Poplar Street Garden City, N. Y. 11530
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Alumni Clubs
New Canaan
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T. BROCK SAX '62
Secretary, . 971 West Road
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Alumni Clubs
Dartmouth at Harvard
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JOHN W. SEDWICK II
President, 34 Irving St. Cambridge, Mass. 02138
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Alumni Clubs
St. Louis
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HARVEY M. TETTLEBAUM '64
Secretary, Route 2 California. Mo. 65018
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Alumni Clubs
Buffalo
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FREDERICK D. TURNER '58
Secretary, 700 Niagara Frontier Bldg. Buffalo, N. Y. 14202
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Article
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Brown Game Tent
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The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Rhode Island is again planning a "happy tent" hour for the Brown game, October 16, according to Bob Zeiser '49, chairman.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1900
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EVERETT W. GOODHUE
Ruth Bean, daughter of 'Cap' Jenkins, and our class baby, is again in the news. In June she was privileged to attend the graduation of her granddaughter (Cap's great granddaughter) from Bourne High School on Cape Cod. Following
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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CHARLES H. DUDLEY
ROBERT C. CLARK
Thanks to Frank Drake's efforts and initiative, plans for our 70th reunion, next June 9-10-11 are taking shape. If you have not already heard from Ducky, here is our schedule. Three rooms have been reserved for reuning
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1903
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HORACE KIDGER
These notes are the result of a suggestion that the 1903 families may be interested in reading them. I will gladly pass on to the alumni office any class information which may be sent to me.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
The Class has lost two members since June 15: Shirley Cunningham died June 19 and Verney Russell on June 17. The sympathy of the class is extended to the widows and children.
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1906
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD B. REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
I am sure that all of us have read the story of our 65th Reunion written by Francis Childs. He did an excellent job in making preparations for the event and he spent a lot of time welcoming us and seeing that we all had a good
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Class Notes
1907
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[no value]
[no value]
G.W. GREBENSTEIN
J. FRANKLIN CROCKER
1907 celebrated its 64th Reunion on June 14-16 in Hanover. On Wednesday we enjoyed a dinner with the Crick Crockers at their summer home in South Strafford, Vt. Those present were Bob and Lura Kenyon, Phil and Theora Chase,
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Class Notes
1909
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[no value]
[no value]
BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Harry Abbott Ward died unexpectedly on June 10, 1971 at his home in Norwalk, Conn.
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1910
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[no value]
[no value]
RUSSELL D. MEREDITH
LEON B. KENDALL
Ten from '10! In ordinary math the result is zero. But in Tenner math the result is a revival of that old feeling. It indicates Dartmouth Tenners tend to hold tenaciously to that old tradition of attending to all necessary
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Class Notes
1911
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[no value]
[no value]
JAMES F. MALLEY
ERNEST H. GRISWOLD
Those who attended our 60th Reunion in Hanover will remember Mrs. Alice M. Cellar, the gracious guest of Mert Wilson, and will be happy to know they were married on August 15 at Baldwin, N. Y. After August 30 their address is
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44
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Class Notes
1912
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
"Classmates who have teenage grandchildren should be advised that one way to keep young in spirit is to take one of them on a trip out of the country." Thus writes Cap Allen after returning with his grandson, Brian Allen, from
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Class Notes
1913
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[no value]
[no value]
MARC S. WRIGHT
ROBERT O. CONANT
Summer passed all to quickly and many things happened, some rather sad and some good. Ralph Bauman, our classmate now living in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, suffered a stroke in June of this year. Kathryn, his wife, wrote that there was
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Class Notes
1914
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[no value]
[no value]
GORDON C. SLEEPER
PENNELL N. ABORN
As a new year opens in Hanover, so again comes the editor's call for news of the doings of classmates, wives and families of 1914.
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Class Notes
1915
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[no value]
[no value]
PHILIP K. MURDOCK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
It is to be hoped that the summer was a pleasant one for us all. The writer can truthfully report that it did produce happy and productive events which kept the home fires burning and we can look forward to another era of a
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Class Notes
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN B. STEARNS
JAMES H. COLTON
Bay Devoe has given the College two paintings by Gustave Wiegand, "Autumn Trees at Lake Sunapee" and "Spring: Birches at Otter Pond." These familiar scenes are beautiful examples of Wiegand's work, welcome additions to our
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Class Notes
1917
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[no value]
[no value]
LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
Have a good summer? Now we start the new college year with our class gathering this fall and the Fun Fifty-Fifth just around the corner.
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Class Notes
1918
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
DONALD L. BARR
The Fates of August, Friday, the 13th had 17 of the Class gathered for luncheon at the Woodstock Inn. Your scribe came from Middlebury where he was visiting his son '57 to join Stump and Ethel Barr,Ted and Helen Hazen, Steve
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Class Notes
1919
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[no value]
[no value]
JAMES C. DAVIS
F. RAY ADAMS
The summer has slid by like the greased pig through the farm boy's arms, yet it seems a long time since, in very late April, we typed our notes for the June issue. In this period we have lost by death several members of the
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Class Notes
1920
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[no value]
[no value]
WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
Len and Marie Davis, who summer at Nubble Point, York Beach, Maine, attended the Canterbury, N. H., summer picnic at Bob Burroughs' farm and passed on to me an interesting news item about their son, Harry L., currently Professor
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Class Notes
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD F. BRAMAN
THOMAS W. STALEY
Jeffrey Hart '51, son of our Cliff, wrote a commentary on the 1971 Commencement in a Boston newspaper which was a masterpiece. He decried the selection of socialist Gunnar Myrdal as guest speaker, stating that his speech "would
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Class Notes
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
'22's Fiftieth Reunion will be June 9, 10, 11, 1972. The place, of course, will be Hanover. The Class sincerely hopes every classmate, all 285 of us, will be there for this once-in-a-blue-moon convocation of the clan.
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Class Notes
1923
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[no value]
WALTER C. DODGE
DR. THEODORE R. MINER
Bob McMillan who is doing an ardent job of corraling Golden Review questionnaires reports that 119 are still missing. Of these, 21 men have either requested a second form or written Bob they will mail them in "this week." The
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Class Notes
1924
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD MORIN
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
With our regular editor again off to Korea—this time for more months than his substitute likes to recall—the job of "doing" the Class Notes has once more fallen upon this editor pro tem. Fortunately for him the quintennial
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Class Notes
1925
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[no value]
[no value]
H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
C. LANE GOSS
The Ted and Helen Geisel Third Century Professorship in the Humanities has been created by the Board of Trustees, according to announcement made by President Kemeny during the summer. These professorships have been established
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Class Notes
1926
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[no value]
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
Once again Al Louer and his army of class agents put it all together and came up at the June 30 deadline with another Green Derby victory. The College is the beneficiary of this class effort under Al's able leadership.
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Class Notes
1927
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[no value]
WILLIAM G. NORTH
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
So much news has come in since spring that it's going to have to be curtailed here, but anyway ... Dick Mooney retired in May, 1970 and now has more time for golf ("poor but fun"), fishing, travel in the U. S. and bird watching
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Class Notes
1928
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[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
Our next Class event is the fall reunion the weekend of the Penn game, October 810. Accommodations get sold months in advance but you are urged to visit '28 headquarters in the Ranger Room of the Norwich Inn Friday night and
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Class Notes
1929
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[no value]
MORTON C. JAQUITH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
Summer came, Now it's spent.
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Our east coast 1971 reunion was held at Seaconnet Point Farm in Little Compton on June 26. Carol and Carl Haffenreffer provided perfect weather, delicious food, and a beautiful seashore setting for the more than 140 who attended
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Class Notes
1931
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[no value]
ROGER H. BURRILL
W.C. "SHEP" WOLFF
Here we are with summer behind us and football directly ahead of us and still there are pleasant repercussions from the fantastic 40th reunion all the way back in June, which has been mentioned by many as the best reunion the
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Class Notes
1932
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[no value]
JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
JOHN C. PYLES JR.
Most days in the summer the postman didn't ring at all, but on one he gave the bell three vigorous punches and left a good letter from Ed Marks, writing from Leesburg, Va. The grapevine had told us Ed and Margaret were back in
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Class Notes
1933
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[no value]
[no value]
ERNEST S. DAVIS JR.
GEORGE N. FARRAND
I hope this issue reaches you in time to remind you of the reunion planned after the Penn game on October 9. As usual George Drowne has made reservations at the Norwich Inn for the happy hour and dinner. If you have not already
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Class Notes
1934
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[no value]
STANLEY H. SILVERMAN
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
The winds of change continue to swirl around the College on the Hill, and around its alumni, including the Men of 1934; but certain constants remain. Gratifyingly high on the list is the fact, already reported by Bill Scherman
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Class Notes
1935
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
C. HALL COLTON
When the controversy over the Pentagon Papers erupted early this summer, two '35ers found their lives very directly involved. Fritz Beebe's Washington Post (He's Board Chairman and Board Chairman of Newsweek, too!) became a
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Class Notes
1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON JR.
EDWARD W. HIGBEE 3RD
Once more we are faced with the "changing of the guard" that is brought on by reunion. After seven years as Secretary, Ray Builter has been elected chairman of the Class. Our thanks to Ray for his fine work as secretary and best
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
Although wide publicity was given by the news media there may be some who will be shocked to hear that JohnHandrahan died last June. Details appear in the obituary section. We also had belated word of Russ Hutton's death in 1969
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Class Notes
1938
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[no value]
FREDERIC A. BECKER
AUGUSTUS R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
I am just back from the annual two week cruise on my 32 ft. auxiliary sailboat. We did Buzzards Bay and the outer islands this year and it was a rare treat to rendezvous with former room-mate Bob Forgan '38 according to plan.
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Class Notes
1939
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[no value]
RICHARD S. JACKSON
SAMUEL THURM
It is with regret that we record the death of two more classmates: Vergne L. Hoffman on April 10, and Gardner C. Ferguson on July 18. On the brighter side, we are happy to record that the Class made a surge forward in the Alumni
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Class Notes
1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
DONALD G. RAINIE
Last week the football ticket application blanks arrived and last night the temperature took it's first drop below 60 degrees since late June which served to remind me that it's time to get this column "on the road" once again.
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Class Notes
1941
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[no value]
EARL H. COTTON
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
THUMPING, THREMENDOUS, THIRTIETH!
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Class Notes
1942
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[no value]
WILLIAM W. PARMER
JOHN R. BURNS
CLASS PROJECT SELECTED—In a "Dear Leonard" letter to Dean of Faculty Rieser on August 12, 1971 Class President Richard W. Lippman announced that the Class of '42 was contributing $1,000 to the College's 1971-72 Instructional
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT R. GRAY
CALVIN J. OSBERG
Having just returned from three glorious weeks in New Hampshire where the air is clean and the well water is cold and sweet, it is no mean task to settle down to the obligation of meeting a monthly Alumni Column deadline. In
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
The theme of this summer's Alumni College in Hanover was "Freedom and Authority in America" and it was one of the best attended and meatiest of these sessions since they started eight years ago. On hand, going back to school for
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Class Notes
1945
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[no value]
DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
Fall greetings to all '45s. The summer confusion is behind us and we're back doing business at the same old stand.
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Class Notes
1946
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[no value]
RALPH K. SMITH JR.
DONALD E. FURBER
Dr. Bert Schwarz, author and psychia- trist of Montclair, N. J., has become a popular lecturer on the topic of "A Psychologist Explores ESP and VFO's." After graduatuon Bert received his medical education at Dartmouth Medical
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Class Notes
1947
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ROBERT B. KIRSCH
RICHARD HALLERITH
Believe it or not, it's here—'47's 25th reunion June 17, 18, 19. Those "old" guys with tentloads of kids we've seen at our earlier reunions (and never thought it would be us) are now us. Chairman FrankWeber is holding the first
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Class Notes
1948
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[no value]
SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
PETER B. FOSTER
Fall is here and time once again for class secretaries to rise slowly from the sandy beach, push away the pile of accumulated beer cans, stretch, yawn, cast off the dark glasses, and like a bear coming out of hibernation slowly
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Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
CARLL K. TRACY
It must have been a "Long Hot Summer" for many of you. I assume so much time was spent in wielding palm fans in front of your aging visages that none of you had the time or inclination to keep me up to date on our wandering
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Class Notes
1950
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[no value]
JACQUES HARLOW
ERIC T. MILLER
Time stops on a lazy, late August afternoon. A liquid haze partially dispels the sun's enervating glare, but not its heat. Except for the hum of insects and the strident buzz of a lone cicada, the meadows lie still, expectant.
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
MERLE L. THORPE
In the wake of Hurricane Doria came the realization that fall, football, and relief from the sauna-like temperatures of the New York subways could not be far behind.
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Class Notes
1952
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E.F. TEEVENS 2ND
ROY T. ABBOTT JR.
It's that time again, gang—once more the summer has slipped by us in New England and is making it's way down the coast to the Floridians.
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Class Notes
1953
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[no value]
ROBERT A. MALIN
DAVID M. BURNER JR.
Hooray for us! Thanks, and well done! For the twelfth time since graduation, the Class of '53 has copped top honors in the Alumni Fund Green Derby competition. Under Head Agent Fred Stephens' dynamic, whip-lashing leadership,
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Class Notes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
RICHARD D. BARKER
I used to think that summers were for vacations, but in the case of class secretaries it has become a time for collection of news to try to get through another nine issues before all the gas gives out. Happily, the summer has
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Class Notes
1955
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[no value]
HARRY T. AMBROSE
JOHN G. DEMAS
One of the most interesting aspects of reunion was learning about the life styles of "55s." Chubbing has become popular for several such as the Tama Ann and TedEly and Natalie and Nelson Jones families. Both report having many trips
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
WILLARD T. CARJLETON
John Allen has been in the news as the youngest nuclear submarine commander in the U. S. Navy, continuing smartly in a career begun in Reserve Officers Training at Dartmouth. The USS Silversides is a nuclear attack
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Class Notes
1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
JOHN S. DONNELLY
Let me begin by extending the thanks of the Class and a long round of snaps to the outgoing Class officers who completed their terms in office this past June—Joe Stevenson, president; Bob Holland, secretary; Eric Eichler,
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Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
As I write this it is the end of August, but a chill wind today brings thoughts of fall. The summer has passed all too quickly and now I am back at my job of bringing you news of your classmates. I would hope that many of you
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Class Notes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
WILLIAM H. DUGGAN JR.
Just when I had adjusted to not meeting those deadlines, the summer and my vacation are suddenly over, and so it is back to the mine. However, I believe this will be an interesting year for many reasons—for one, the trustees
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Class Notes
1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
THOMAS J. BROCK
Another opening, another show. Because your procrastinating secretary has put off his first column to the bitter end, he now finds himself locked in a study on a beautiful Saturday when he should be out on the tennis court.
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
HENRY E. EBERHARDT 3RD
Over seven hundred of us roving around as alumni for ten years has provided our Class with a wealth of experience. Think of all the advanced degrees earned, families started, military tours served, jobs begun (and changed),
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN T. SCHIFFMAN
Just nine short months to prepare for our 10th, fellows. With all the big decisions facing the Trustees this year, there should be lots to talk about in June. Start making plans right now. Don Samuelson welcomes any
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID A. SCHAEFER
DENIS A. EAGLE
Tricks and treats multiple guess style. Complete the following with the appropri- ate letter. (5 Pts. each)
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Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
WILLIAM BARNET III
Suntanned, windblown—my bride and I were at last alone (feeling, - far above par) when I exclaimed aloud, "Oh, how lucky we are! The '64 column is due."
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Class Notes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
ROGER H. RINES
At this first public opportunity '65 should congratulate itself on an excellent Alumni Fund performance. Our '71 results were our best ever, by far: first year to exceed our goal, third place in our heat of the Green Derby, an
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
S. MICHAEL NADEL
Congratulations to Bill Higgrins and all sixty-sixes who manned the phones or responded with a check to the 1971 Alumni Drive. The success of the campaign is Dartmouth's success and when the College succeeds all of us, directly
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Class Notes
1967
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JON GOLDSMITH
JOHN F. CURLEY JR.
The Class of 1975 enters the College this fall—197s!!!—Incredible. It seems like we were the freshman class a few months ago.
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Class Notes
1968
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ERIC A. JONES
JONATHAN R. PAGE
First: The Class is having a "Before and After Party" at the very important Yale game on October 30, at the Faculty Lounge of Hopkins Center. Times: 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and 4:15 until 6:15 p.m. Game time is 1:30 p.m. This
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Class Notes
1969
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G. ALAN FRAKER
C. DAVID COOK
Under the boardwalk has been revisited! After a summer shooting salt-water taffy cannons on the beach at California Avenue in Atlantic City, N. J., here comes column one, year three. Since our graduation we've missed eight
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Class Notes
1970
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PETER S. LINTON
MARTIN L. KILLGALLON 2ND
Be reassured that your alumni administration is still out here lugging around these titles and doing its damnedest to remain unobtrusive—in which I believe we've had some modest success to date. As for the class at large ...
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Class Notes
1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
ROBERT B. SCHNABEL
Summer brought with it a drought of news, but this much can be pieced together ... Summer weddings were plentiful. Charlie Collier married Sally Stoddard in Hanover on June 26. Sally, a Skidmore graduate, is teaching in Newton,
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Campion's Catalog 1971-1972
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This catalog presents a complete selection of quality Dartmouth gifts. The items have been chosen for their appeal to Dartmouth women and children, as well as the Dartmouth man. All items may be ordered by mail, by phone or in
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Campion's Fine Dartmouth Glassware
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DARTMOUTH GOLD BULLION SEAL
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Mail to JAMES CAMPION, INC.,
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Thayer School
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WILLIAM P. KIMBALL '29
See feature article in this issue. This column will resume in the November issue under new management.
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Tuck School
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Bob Kimball T '48
It has been a great summer in Hanover. The weather, as elsewhere in New England, has been superb. The College has been busy and full with many different groups and organizations in residence. At the end of Tuck Drive the
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Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past months. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.]
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Director of Admissions Northfield Mount Hermon
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Read On. We're Different
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THE prospector LODGE
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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SHOPPING INTERNATIONAL
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Webster Associates
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THE LEAGUE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN
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ALUMNI REGISTER
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Newsweek:
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First Pennsylvania Bank Financial Planning
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