Issue: 19730501

Tuesday, May 1, 1973
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The World's Most Exclusive Club
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Dartmouth Alumni Trust
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DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB HOUSE
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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In This Issue
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Take Some Time To Really Enjoy the North Country
Take Some Time To Really Enjoy the North Country
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think land
think land
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Eastman
Eastman
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Granliden
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Webster associates
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
PAYMENT FOR PAIN & SUFFERING: WHO WANTS WHAT, WHEN & WHY?
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MICHAEL L. SLIVE '62
By Jeffrey O'Connell '51 and Rita James Simon.Santa Monica, Calif.: Insurors Press, Inc.,1972. 123 pp. $10.
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DRUGS AND THE PUBLIC.
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MURRAY SYLVESTER
By John A.Robertson '60 and Norman E. Zinberg. NewYork: Simon and Schuster, 1972. Paperbound.288 pp. $2.95. Cloth $8.95
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TIDEWATER TOWNS: CITY PLANNING IN COLONIAL VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND.
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ARDEN BUCHOLZ '58
By John W. Reps '43. Published by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.Distributed by the University Press of Virginia.1972. 345 pp. 206 illustrations. $15.
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NOTHING BUT LIGHT.
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DAVID BOWMAN '63
By Robert Pack '51.New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press,1972. 68 pp. $5.
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THE LIBERALIZATION OF AMERICAN PROTESTANTISM: A CASE IN COMPLEX ORGANIZATIONS.
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RONALD M. GREEN
By HenryJ. Pratt '56. Detroit: Wayne State UniversityPress, 1972. 303 pp. $15.95
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THE LONG WAY ROUND.
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JOHN J. DE GANGE
By Leonard Levitt'63. New York: Saturday Review Press, 1972.155 pp. $5.95.
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AMAZING BUT TRUE: STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS.
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JOHN HURD '21
ByDoug Storer '21. New York: Pocket Books, ADivision of Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1973. 191PP. 95 cents.
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PUSHKIN THREEFOLD: NARRATIVE, LYRIC, POLEMIC, AND RIBALD VERSE. THE ORIGINALS WITH LINEAR AND METRIC TRANSLATIONS.
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LUDMILLA B. TURKEVICH
By WalterArndt (Professor of Russian Language andLiterature). New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.,Inc., 1972. 455 pp. $12.50.
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Arthur M. Wilson, A.M. '40, Daniel Webster Professor
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Arthur M. Wilson, A.M. '40, Daniel Webster Professor and Professor of Biography and Government Emeritus, has won the National Book Award for arts and letters for his Diderot, an encyclopedic work on the 18th-century encyclopedist.
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Further Mention
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J. H.
In The Southern Review Stearns Morse, Dartmouth Professor of English Emeritus, writes about his "intimate and detached friendship," both joyful and sombre, with Robert Frost, The essay is entitled "Lament for a Maker:
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Alumni Articles
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Northeast Outdoors has published two articles by J. Almus Russell '20 in recent issues: "Fireplace Cooking at Its Best" in January and Bring a Shovel and a Hoe" in March.
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Academic Delegates
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At recent academic ceremonies Dartmouth has been represented by the following:
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TRESCOTT RIDGE
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THE FINAL AEGIS of the NON-COED COLLEGE
THE FINAL AEGIS of the NON-COED COLLEGE
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GRANITE ACRES
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The Indian Yell Revisited
The Indian Yell Revisited
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Russell O. Ayers '29
In a letter to the editor last month, Mr. Ayers stated that "quite a piece could be written" about Ralph Walkingstick '18 and the Dartmouth Indian Cheer he introduced as an undergraduate. He has been persuaded to write that piece, and it follows.
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The College
The College
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With federal support of medical education drastically cut, the question of Dartmouth Medical School financing, and even of continuing the recently adopted full M.D. program, became a matter of major decision for the Dartmouth
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The College
Fund Report
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Dartmouth's 59th Annual Alumni Fund campaign is humming along in high gear toward its $3-million goal. Totals on April 23 showed $1.57 million in pledges and gifts from 7600 donors, putting the 1973 campaign ahead of last year's
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The College
Five-Year A.B. Possible
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A plan to permit Dartmouth students, under certain established procedures, to extend their undergraduate education over five years, rather than the usual four, was approved by the Trustees at their April meeting.
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The College
Admission Decisions Made
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After weeks of intensive review and what Admissions Director Edward T. Chamberlain Jr. '36 called "an agony of choice," acceptance notices were mailed April 15 to 1650 of the 7300 men and women who applied for membership in the
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The College
Gift of Frostiana
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The College has been the beneficiary of extensive gifts of Robert Frost manuscripts and other papers, presented by Kathleen Johnston Morrison of Cambridge, Mass.
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The College
Danforth Fellows
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Two seniors and an alumnus of the Class of 1969 have been awarded Danforth Fellowships for advanced study, in preparation for teaching careers in higher education.
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The College
UPNE Adds Members
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The University Press of New England, headquartered in Hanover, has a new institutional member — the University of Rhode Island.
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Give a Rouse for –
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ELLIOT B. NOYES '32, elected to the U.S. Track and Field Federation's Hall of Fame.
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Dodds and Hill Elected Charter Trustees
Dodds and Hill Elected Charter Trustees
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At the annual spring meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees last month, the Board elected two new Charter Trustees, one of them the first black alumnus ever to serve as a Trustee of the College.
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SCOPE: Off-Campus Options Made Easier
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MARY ROSS
When the Trustees approved the Dartmouth Plan for year-round operation in late 1971, President Kemeny hailed it as "an innovation which will offer maximum freedom of choice for future students." He went on to predict that "It
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What's So New About It?
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Joanna Sternick, A.M. '72
Although they may not have been admitted as undergraduates until 1972, women have been a part of Dartmouth history from the beginning
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ALUMNI ALBUM—44
His Own Man
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DERO A. SAUNDERS '35
After 40 years with the Magazine, 30 as Editor, Charlie Widmayer 30 retires with the July issue
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LAND OF LOVE
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Ralph J. Fletcher '75
Life in Tonga as a Foreign Study visitor
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Faculty
Faculty
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM '40
Although moving with glacial slowness, Iceland is believed to be splitting apart and, in the process, may provide scientists with clues to the riddle of the structure and mechanics of movement of the earth crust, according to
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Endowed Professorships
Endowed Professorships
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R. B. G.
"The epitome of successful communication is the product of a good man speaking well." — QUINTILLIAN
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Undergraduate Chair
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DREW NEWMAN '74
After President Kemeny's session with a hundred-odd applicants to the College during the recent spring break, I was introduced as an undergraduate who would be willing to answer any questions the high school seniors might have
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Student Arts Festival
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In order to acquaint the Dartmouth community with student work, the Cheats Road and River Cluster dorms are staging a three-day student arts festival, May 1820.
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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It's proven to be the earliest spring in years weatherwise. Now all that remains is to see if Dartmouth's legions can take advantage of the opportunity to make some athletic hay.
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Big Green Teams
BASEBALL
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For the past 11 seasons, Tony Lupien's baseball team has been a winner. The Old Pro has guided the Green to four Eastern League titles and a place in the first division of the EIBL race annually for more than a decade but to
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Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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Dud Hendrick was pleased with the win but not particularly impressed with' the overall performance.
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TRACK
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Records are made to be broken but it took a long time for anyone to catch up with the Dartmouth javelin record of 220 feet-plus set in 1932 by Mai Metcalf.
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GOLF
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Good weather probably means more to Dartmouth's golfers than to any other team. Last year it was nearly May before Bill Johnson's team could play regularly on the Hanover Country Club course after the vacation experience in the
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TENNIS
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At this early date, John Kenfield's tennis team has done about as expected. The Green posted a 3-4 record during the southern trip and then fell victim, as expected, to two of the Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis Association's
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Big Green Teams
ROWING
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While Dartmouth's oarsmen haven't rowed in competition yet (the annual Kowaliga Cup regatta in Alabama was erased by the weatherman), Peter Gardner is thriving on home course conditions that are the best since he came to Hanover
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Big Green Teams
GREEN JOTTINGS
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JACK DEGANGE
While he wasn't skiing for Dartmouth last winter. Tim Caldwell '76 clearly has established himself as one of the nation's best cross-country racers. Caldwell won the national and North American 15-kilometer title and capped a
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Tourek Helps Cambridge Defeat Oxford Rowers
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The 119th race between Oxford and Cambridge will rank as one of the memorable experiences for Steve Tourek '70, captain of Dartmouth's heavyweight crew in 1970 who is now studying law at Trinity College, Cambridge.
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Class Notes
Alumni Clubs
Bergen County
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HENRY W, WEISS '60
The Dartmouth Club of Bergen County and the Wellesley Club of Ridgewood joined forces in April in a different and enjoyable fund-raising benefit for their respective college scholarship funds.
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Alumni Clubs
The Great Divide
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DONALD W. JONES '43
The 15th Annual Dartmouth Cup Ski Race was held on Sunday, April 8, at Arapahoe Basin, one of Colorado's standard spectacular ski areas. The ski report for April 8 at Arapahoe Basin: 78 inch base, 4 inches new snow, packed,
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Alumni Clubs
Tucson
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WILLIAM B. FOSTER '42
Henri Esgrerre '26 was new at our luncheon on March 23 in the Old Pueblo Club in downtown Tucson. He was the guest of Sid Diamond '35. Jim McConnor '28 brought a guest, Robert G. Snider Harvard '32, recalling more than a few of the
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Alumni Clubs
Mexico
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JAMES H. CORNEHLSEN '64
On March 16 40 undergraduates from Dartmouth College finished their foreign language study program here and returned to Hanover to resume their regular studies. This program, now in its second successful year, is associated with
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Alumni Clubs
Detroit
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JOHN M. MCDONALD
The Club heard Tom Candler '45 give his preliminary report on the Glee Club concert held March 26 and several pros and cons were brought up by various people on deck for the April lunch. Bob Rodgers '42, who had done an excellent
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Alumni Clubs
Central Vermont
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JAMES G. YOUNG '23
Some 60 alumni, wives, guests, students, and ten prospective students (including two girls) were well fed at the Montpeher Elks Club on the occasion of the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Central Vermont March 14.
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Alumni Clubs
Essex & Morris
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JOHN P. BARKER '55
The Dartmouth Club of Essex and Morris Counties in northern New Jersey held their annual Holiday Smoker in late December at the Essex Fells Country Club. An interesting and social program was presented by chairman Don Voss'58.
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Alumni Clubs
Paris
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NICK HAYES '68T
G. B. B.
The Paris Dartmouth Club met for dinner on March 16 at the flat of Biddy and GeorgeBoswell '39 who had to pull out every last glass and dish in the house to accommodate the friendly crowd.
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Alumni Clubs
Miami
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EDWARD HODGSON '42
Since Christmas 1972 our Club has been privileged to hear four outstanding men of the Dartmouth College Staff. Assistant Dean GaryBrooks '70, Job Placement Chairman Al Cook'62, Professor Harry Bond '42, and, at our March 21 breakfast,
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Alumni Clubs
St. Petersburg
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ALBERT G. MACDONALD '27
The Association's annual meeting was held March 12 at the Princess Martha Hotel. During a brief business meeting officers for the next year were elected. They are Robert T. Atwood '42, president; John D. O'Connell '36, vice
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Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
The recent mention of the arrival of a grandson of a member of the Class has drawn attention to some other grandsons who have already graduated from grandfather's college. Our records are far from complete, as the interest has
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Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
A recent note from Marion Tuck tells how much she enjoyed my write up in the March Magazine of the Dartmouth Sarasota luncheon. She also is interested to know about '05 widows. I hope to get out a special newsletter soon.
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Class Notes
1906
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EDWARD B, REDMAN
FRANCIS L. CHILDS
Someone sent me a copy of the 1906 GreenMessenger which was printed on March 25, 1966. It had some very interesting facts about 1906 and especially about the Dartmouth Vaudabile Company.
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Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
MRS. ROBERT D. KENYON
The real sad news this month is that our Head Class Agent Bob Kenyon passed away on March 28 at the Concord, N.H., Hospital. Lura telephoned your secretary at once. It was a tremendous shock to me. Lura will carry on this spring
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
Juliet (Mrs. Arthur T.) Soule has had an active year. On January, '72, she attended the marriage of her granddaughter in Denver. Then a trip with her daughter Mollie and husband to Mexico. Juliet now lives year round in Shelter
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
Wilbur and Eunice Bull, '09s traveling ambassadors, are back at their home "Cloudcroft" in Etna, N.H., after three months in Florida. On their way south, they called on Mrs. Arthur J.(Esther) O'Mara Sr. who is in a nursing home.
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Class Notes
1910
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DR. THAYER A. SMITH
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
As is inevitable in our eighties, we have an unusual group of obituaries in this issue. Probably many of the Class did not know Leo McCusker because he left college during his freshman year. Of course we all knew Henry Kelly and
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Class Notes
1911
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JAMES F. MALLEY
JOHN S. LEAROYD
Fourth Annual Post-50 Year Reunion inHanover June 11-13, 1973. Several 1911'ers have reported they plan to attend: Ken and ElizabethClark, Henry Smith and Dutch Waterbury. Any more?
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Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
EDWARD B. LUITWIELER
As spring appears there seems to be very little news - apparently most of the Class has been hibernating. Word comes from Jimmie Cleaves' son Burton that Jimmie has been living in the Meredith Bay Nursing Home in Meredith, N.H.,
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1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
WILLIAM B. TERRY
News is extremely scarce but "Stub" Stoughton has come to the rescue with a very interesting and informative letter.
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Class Notes
1914
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GORDON C. SLEEPER
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
Checking birthdays occuring in May, one finds seven. If all could be celebrated in one party as we hope they can be when we meet next year in Hanover for our 60th Reunion, six states would be represented.
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45
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Class Notes
1915
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[no value]
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PHILIP K. MURDOCK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
Off we go — Another column for the AlumniMagazine. That start is remindful of a recent ditty _ "Off we go into the wild blue yonder" and let the chips fall where they may! If this sounds slightly repetitious, may what follows at least
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45
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Class Notes
1916
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[no value]
[no value]
JOHN B. STEARNS
H. BURTON LOWE
R.F.E.
Barbara Stowell and a sister left San Francisco in early April for a five week jaunt to Greece and the Greek Islands, Venice, Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, and Hamburg. Then to Friendship for a quiet summer. Nice.
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1917
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[no value]
LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J. READE
Our annual vacation in the South brought happy reunions with classmates and contemporaries. Many have made Florida their permanent residence. We found the Dartmouth population increasing rapidly in the southern part of the
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46
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Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
GEORGE R. S. VON KAPFF
Here is the report on the 9th Annual Pow-Wow, as reported by Howie Park:
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46
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Class Notes
1919
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JAMES C. DAVIS
ROBERT N. WALLIS
From our President Nichol Sandoe comes word of an item in the Times reporting the death of Ax Warden in Palm Springs, Calif. He had been in poor health for some time. Nevertheless we are sad to hear this. He was one of our most
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN S. MAYER
The accompanying photograph is of the Frank Lloyd Wright house built by Art Pfeiffer and son Bruce on the property of Taliesin West in Arizona. Art and Bruce arranged with Taliesin West, Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Wright
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47
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Class Notes
1921
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[no value]
HAROLD F. BRAMAN
S. FURBER HAIGHT
Richard E. Berlin, one of our distinguished adopted members, has recently resigned as president and chief executive officer of the Hearst Corporation, and will be chairman of the board of trustees of the testamentary trusts under
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48
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Class Notes
1922
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[no value]
[no value]
LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
SPENCER F. SMITH
Twenty-Two, last of the small classes, has many claims for distinction but none more valid than the class record of loyalty and support to Dartmouth. This year, as in the past half century, '22 will again uphold its reputation in
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CLARENCE E. GOSS
Paul Soley hasn't been reported in this column for more than ten years. I'm taking the liberty therefore to quote a small part of his recent fine letter to Clarence Goss: " — Mine has been a very busy life with much work, some play,
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49
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Class Notes
1924
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CHAUNCEY N. ALLEN
PHILLIPS M. VAN HUYCK
Margaret and I are glad to be back in Hanover after driving about 4,000 miles from here to Naples, Fla. ... and points between. Our intentions were to see a few more classmates en route, but time-priorities-traffic all combined to
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49
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
As announced at the fall meeting in Hanover, Pete and Ginny Haffenreflfer are planning an interim reunion this spring so that plans for our 50th two years from now may become more specific and arrangements started for active
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
Just before spring arrives there seem to be all manner of Dartmouth Club meetings, and obviously the first one to be reported is the annual meeting of the Alumni Association of Boston, Hub of the Universe, which was attended by
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50
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Class Notes
1927
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WILLIAM G. NORTH
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
A while back Roy Blanchard wrote that he was busily carving his "Booters" in preparation for their contest during the Friday night relaxation period before the Harvard game. This has been a fixture for the past four years and the
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
GEORGE W. EMERY
'28s Great and Glorious 45th Reunion is ready to blossom, June 11,12 and 13. Over 200 of the class family plan to attend and want you with them in Hanover. A heartwarming welcome awaits you and, let's face it, there is no replay to
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51
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Class Notes
1929
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MORTON C. JAQUITH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
As I sit down to my desk to start writing the April notes, I am looking at a flock of spring visitors brightly attired in pre-Easter finery, gold breasts, black wings, and white striped backs. The males have the bright colors and
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
ARTHUR M. BROWNING
Coming Events Casting Shadows: Ojai Valley Western 30s Weekend, June 8-10. Ask Bob Marr, Box 96,-Green Valley, Arizona (602-625-8339).
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Class Notes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLIAM B. MINEHAN
The following from Beany Thorn: "We have had a fantastic experience and perhaps we should pass along a bit of it to the Class. I am speaking of a private photographic safari in East Africa. We went there for 32 days in January,
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Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
ROBERT E. ACKERBERG JR.
Here we are stranded in Morrison, Colo., (population 439), two thousand miles from home, with Obie, our mobile office/camper, wanting a pair of functioning ignition wires and immersed in a Rocky Mountain blizzard that is predicted
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1933
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ERNEST S. DAVIS JR.
WESLEY H. BEATTIE
FORTIETH REUNION June 11-14, 1973 '33 Up!!
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
JOHN T. AUWERTER
There is nothing like a Glee Club concert to pump up the Dartmouth spirit. Chicago was the 12th one-night stand on their 14-city spring tour, but the resilience of youth belied any trace of fatigue. Those who haven't seen the group
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSON JR.
FRANK M. CURTIS JR.
The deadline for this May column and the annual start on the Alumni Fund drive always come at the same time - April Fool's day, and there must be a hidden message of some sort but I can't figure it out, so I'll merely urge you to
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
CHARLES H. BASSETT
With the advent of the annual alumni fund drive in April a new wrinkle has been added. Sister colleges have found success in a telethon approach wherein calls to classmates ahead of time have actually improved final results. We
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
ROBERT P. HALLOCK JR.
Who of us could fail to recognize this well-preserved master-mariner as Steams MacNutt? As reported in a Sarasota, Fla., newspaper, Stearns was inducted in March as the new commander of the Sarasota Power Squadron. One of
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
ROBB M. DEGRAFF
Although the season has gone by, we would remind you that in one of our recent communications in this column we referred to an impending visit to Williamstown to see the Dartmouth freshman hockey team do battle with their
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Class Notes
1940
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HUGH DRYFOOS
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
Without a doubt the most difficult part of a class secretary's life is writing a letter of sympathy to a recent widow of a classmate. In. my tenure as your representative no more heartfelt epistle was written than the one I recently
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Class Notes
1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
FRANKLIN P. HART JR.
The onset of spring brings seasonal joys and a grouch; I believe you may help provide the antidote for the latter:
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1942
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DR. STUART C. FINCH
FREDERICK W. CASSIDY JR.
It is difficult to believe that 35 years ago this spring most of us had just decided to attend Dartmouth. Few have ever regretted the decision. Most of us developed lifelong bonds of friendship, but there have been relatively few
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1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
FREDERICK R. LENT
News is scarce, but the following came from Roger Thomas: "Oldest son Rod '70, teacher at So. Royalton High School, Vt., married, and doing very well.
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
WILLIAM B. HALE 2nd
We hope our April column, going back 100 years or so to '44 in 1944, gave nostalgia its brief moment. Our inclination is for nostalgia now and then ...
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1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
ALEXANDER UNGAR
Dick Hewlett recently received the atomic energy commission's distinguished service award, the highest honor given AEC employees. Dick, an agency historian, was cited for "being able to bridge the gap between science and history
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Class Notes
1946
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RALPH K. SMITH JR.
JAMES E. O'NEIL
Treasurer Don Furber has forwarded to your secretary a typically interesting letter from ChipColeman (referred to by Furb as "Another Coleman Classic"), parts of which have actually turned out to be printable. Chip describes his role
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
Bill Ragan has been appointed vice president of research and development for the Kendall Company. Bill joined Kendall last July after having worked for RCA. And the Ragans now live in Wayland, Mass., after moving from Carmel, Ind.
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1948
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
LOUIS N. PERRY JR.
This column promises to be brief - must be that the thought of our 25th has all correspondents busy making arrangements, planning wardrobes, and so forth. I know everyone has received the recent mailing with detailed plans for
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Class Notes
1949
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GORDON A. THOMAS
A. CLARKE CHURCH
Buenos dios, Mon! Such was the linguistics problem faced by your scribe recently on a round of coconut palm testing. It started in Mexico City and terminated (unfortunately) in Kingston, Jamaica. This was my first taste of Tequila
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
JOHN C. HARNED
March lived up to its promise, but only if you were lucky enough to be within commuting range of the extreme reaches of northern New England The snows in Stowe were bountiful; at Sugarbush and its environs, adequate; elsewhere,
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD G. DUTTON
EDWARD A. WEISENFELD
Since this is a family magazine, it seems appropriate to start this month's column with a soft drink rather than a beer or something harder. "Kit" Fuller is the new president of Pepsi-Cola Metropolitan Bottling Company,
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Class Notes
1952
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E. F. TEEVENS 2nd
EDWARD J. FINERTY JR.
We are coming down to the wire, group, and the reunion plans are firming up in grand style according to the reports from the reunion committee.
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Class Notes
1953
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ROBERT A. MALIN
FREDERICK H. STEPHENS JR
We are greatly indebted to The BerkshireEagle, which not only reported in full upon the recent wedding of our own Paul Bosquet to Beverly Kirkpatrick, but also printed a picture of the fair (very!) Beverly, proving that '53s, even when
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Class Notes
1954
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BRUCE D. CLASSON
DAVID B. METZ
MORE HOT FLASHES
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Class Notes
1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
PETER C. THOMPSON
JOHN FRENCH 3rd
Co-Class Agent, Satterlee & Stephens, 277 Park Ave. New York, N.Y. 10017
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
In the bayou country down amongst the Cajuns Larry Furrer is superintendent of manufacturing services of Monsanto's Luling, La. plant. He welcomes New Orleans visitors and suggests they phone him (504-483-2732). Daughter Pamela
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Class Notes
1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
GEORGE 0. SOUTHWICK
The 1973 Alumni Fund Campaign is moving full steam ahead. Head Class Agent GeorgeSouthwick reports that the Class goal is $30,000. We urge all of you to give what you can to meet this ambitious but realistic goal.
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Class Notes
1958
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WALTER S. YUSEN
ROBERT J. ELEVELD
It is that time of year again; time to think of what a wonderful four years we enjoyed in Hanover: time to feel a little jealous because we are not at the College when so many fantastic things are going on, but time to be very proud
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Class Notes
1959
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WAYNE G. FRENCH
RICHARD N. HOEHN
Here it is - a first, and you're reading it here. Your class secretary's wife has been handed the dull pencils, a legal pad, assorted scraps of paper, and asked to produce a printable column in a few hours' time. Hope none of you
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Class Notes
1960
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RICHARD P. OSSEN
RICHARD C. HARRISON 3rd
MAWELL F. EVELETH JR.
I am in the midst of my annual spring cleaning program and have uncovered several old items that have somehow escaped attention for more months than I care to admit. At the risk of leaving myself with nothing to say in next month's
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
RONALD WYBRANOWSKI
This month we start with two letters from members of the Class living abroad. DickWright's letter is from Shizuoka-ken, Japan. "Quite a bit has been happening to me lately, and I'm happy to pass on some news for what it's worth.
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN S. CLARK JR.
Well, it's been almost a year since we wined and dined together at our 10th. Just four more years to go before we get to try it again!
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1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
WILLIAM L. RUSSELL 3rd
Here's a downer apropos of the sentiments expressed a few months ago in the newsletter by a classmate tired of reading about fellow '63s for whom success and upward mobility seem divinely ordained.
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Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
ROGER S. AARON
As the '72-73 Alumni Mag news season nears its close, I am happy to report that the class news bag is brimming with tidings of prodigal '64s. Spies report that Whit Foster will be returning home in August from Morocco after 4½ years
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1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
STEPHEN L. WATERHOUSE
Greetings from winterless New Hampshire. The tables were sure turned on the Old Farmer'sAlmanac, ski areas and snow bunnies this year. We've had an incredibly mild winter, and spring began for real (at least at this writing we think
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
CALEB LORING 3rd
Hey, before you read another paragraph of the Alumni Magazine, before you hit another golf ball, mow another lawn, or smile at the springblue sky - before anything else - take a minute and write out a check to the Dartmouth Alumni
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Class Notes
1967
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DR. JON GOLDSMITH
E. GEORGE BELLOWS JR
CHARLES R. HOEVELER
Dan Gould is leaving the Mayo Clinic to begin a two year fellowship in nephrology and renal transplantation at Mass General in Boston. Son David will be a year old this June.
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1968
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ERIC A. JONES
EUGENE F. RYZEWIZC JR.
Here's some news from Cedric Kam for which we are grateful: Gary Hobin has finally gotten married! His wife Liz, formerly Elizabeth Marie Anne Neale, is a graduate of Cameron College in Oklahoma, and has done graduate work in
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
THOMAS M. PARKS
Before we digress to the totally ridiculous, let me inform all '69 lovers that the Peter Beekman has joined the list of marital merrymakers. Pete tricked the former Delly Markey into negotiating their nuptials on February 25 in
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Class Notes
1970
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PETER S. LINTON
KEVIN M. CUNNINGHAM
Darn that nasty old Steve Fox - he's always asking me to pardon puns I don' even understand. In the class newsletter, that is, the last issue of which certainly eclipsed the sum total of pulp from this mill. Oh for a blip in the
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1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
FRANK E. SULLIVAN JR.
You will have to pardon your weary scribe for a rather short column this month, but, after a major increase in information, the flow of letters has slowed down to a mere trickle of news with a highly immoral character. In order for
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EDWARD REDBROOK
Staff Writer, Clarksburg Exponent
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J. J. ERMENC
A. Wayne Givens TT'61: "I have been with the Eastman Kodak Company since 1963 and have been doing production supervision. Recently my family and I moved to Colorado where I was involved in the design and setting up of a new
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BLISS KIRBY THORNE D'38
A number of class secretaries have obligingly taken the time to canvass their classmates for news and we're very glad to be able to present some of the results here. Others will follow in subsequent issues of the Alumni Magazine.
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(A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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Visual Telegraphs
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The following account of the enterprise of an early Dartmouth graduate appeared in a recent issue of The Sea Breeze, a quarterly magazine published by the Boston Seaman's Friend Society:
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A Student Symphony
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A percussion symphony written for a freshman English class by Michael Canick '75 of Lawrence, N.Y., was the feature of an all-percussion concert given in the Hopkins Center on March 4. Called Paradise Percussive, it was based on
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Club Calendar
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SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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A Better Chance
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