Issue: 19750201

Saturday, February 1, 1975
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The honor principle: has it been seduced and abandoned, too? (see page 22)
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table Of Contents
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COVER
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the Great Give-Inns from The Hanover Inn
the Great Give-Inns from The Hanover Inn
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KEEWAYDIN
KEEWAYDIN
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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For What He Was
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FIAT
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
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CHALLENGE wilderness CAMP
CHALLENGE wilderness CAMP
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Town & Country Realty Associates
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Chalet MOTOR LODGE
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NORWICH INN
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HORCHOW COLLECTION
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PINE ISLAND
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THE OLD SCHOOL SOCK
THE OLD SCHOOL SOCK
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Books
Reviews
THE INTERACTION OF LAW AND RELIGION.
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MURRAY SYLVESTER
By Harold J. Berman '38.Abingdon Press, 1974. 174 pp. $4.95.
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Books
Reviews
BLACKS IN THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD: ISSUES FOR THE MANAGER.
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ROBERT MUNRO MACDONALD
By Theodore V. Purcell '33 and Gerald F.Cavanagh. The Free Press (Macmillan),1973. 384 pp. $3.95.
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Reviews
FAT MUTTON AND LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE: SOCIETY IN RHODE ISLAND, 1636-1690.
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LOUISE RIEGEL
By Carl Bridenbaugh'25. Brown University Press, 1974. 155 pp.$8.
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EURIPIDES: IPHIGENEIA IN TAURIS.
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KATHERINE LEVER
Translated by Richmond Lattimore '26. Oxford University Press, 1973. 88 pp. $5.95.
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DEVIANT BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL STRATEGIES.
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RAYMOND L. HALL
By Arthur Lewis Wood '34.D.C. Heath and Company, 1974. 209 pp. $14.
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Further Mention
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J.H.
Dr. Radford C. Tanzer '25 is known in New Hampshire as The Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery, Emeritus, Dartmouth Medical School; in Vermont as a consultant for the Veterans Hospital, White River Junction; in the country as
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DARTMOUTH BOOKSTORE BARGAINS
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BEN BURCH '32, Realtor
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The College
The College
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TERMED by President Kemeny as "one of the longest in its history" and "a physically exhausting experience," the January meeting of the Board of Trustees coped with the perplexing problems of finances and ROTC.
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The College
Fund Chairman
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When Charles H. Hood '51 of Brookline, Massachusetts, recently elected chairman of the Alumni Fund for 1975-76, seeks advice on the complexities of that lofty and demanding position, he will be the first to be able to turn to
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The College
Executive Order
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Dartmouth's Affirmative Action Plan for a recruitment and hiring program which will insure the equal availability of faculty, administrative, and staff positions to all applicants, without discrimination on the base of race,
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The College
Highlights
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If the highlights of 1974's 3-6 football season hardly reached the altitude of other seasons of the recent past, Dartmouth fans may be forgiven an understandable nostalgia in preferring to relive some of the glory days.
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The College
It
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The football season may have been a so- so affair, but then so was the computer's. Dartmouth Time-Sharing finished its chess season, played in both toto and absentia November 10 through 12 at the National Computer Chess
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The College
Rhodes
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Christopher L. Peisch, a Burlington, Vermont, senior, has been named a Rhodes Scholar, one of 32 Americans to win what is commonly acknowledged to be the most coveted undergraduate laurel of them all.
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The College
The Debaters
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Thinking back over 25 years of coaching debate at Dartmouth, Herbert L. James, Israel Evans Professor of Oratory and Belles Lettres, whose teams of the '6os won three national championships, began asking himself last summer the
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Give a Rouse for –
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VICTOR G. BORELLA '30, appointed special advisor on labor to the Vice President.
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Star Birth, Star Death, and Black Holes
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DELO E. MOOK
LAST spring I sat in a jet high above the Andes, rushing back to Hanover to meet the start of the new term's classes. Gazing around from my aisle seat, I happened to think about the packages the other passengers had carried on
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ALUMNI ALBUM-56
Ultimate Urbanite
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For the "back-to-the-woods" syndrome recently in vogue, particularly amont the young, listening to ALAN V. TISHMAN'39, a sort of ultimate urbanite committed to the American city by faith, fortune, and affection, offers a persuasive antidote.
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ALUMNI ALBUM-56
Conservator by Design
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M.B.R.
Time was that man, acknowledging his dependence on the natural world, built his dwellings as shields against the elements, seeking to modify the stresses of his particular climate. Desert peoples the world around molded thick sunbaked
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The Great Rip-off
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What To Do About It Responding to "The Great Rip-off: What Are You Going to Do About It?" in the November issue, six readers sent in these ideas for combatting inflation. But according to Richard Bower, Professor of Business Economics at Tuck School, inflation already is passe. It's recession we should be worrying about. And then inflation? And then recession? Oh my!
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THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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RICHARD S. BOWER
THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE seems to be a much better forum for developing inflation fighting policies than the Congress. Here the suggestions have diversity, irreverence, humor, and temptation. But even with all these virtues they seem to
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HONOR: The Vanishing Principle
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JAMES A.W.HEFFERNAN
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The Honor Principle
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The life and work of a Dartmouth student are based on the broad principle of honor, and the College demands a high standard of honesty and conduct from each of its students. In all areas of moral judgment and responsibility, the Dartmouth
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In the 1890s: "prevalent cribbing"
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Dishonesty in examinations was another student lapse with which [President Tucker] had little patience. In 1895, The Dartmouth reported that "cribbing" was very prevalent and that few steps were being taken to prevent it. In July 1986,
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Endowed Professorships
THOMAS A. SPENCER
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R.B.G.
New Hampshire Professor of Chemistry
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Some People Are Good Skiers
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V.F.Z.
FROM all outward appearances Danny Kopec '75 seems to be the typical Dartmouth student. Intelligent and articulate, the native New Yorker has an active participation in athletics, a nine-year history of violin playing, and a new-found
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Big Green Teams
The Gospel According to Marcus
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PLAY the game of comparing scores and you find out about the improbable world of college basketball. When Dartmouth arrived in Rochester for the Kodak Classic, the only thing that anyone really expected the Green to come home
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Big Green Teams
WINTER SCENE
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's track team opened its season on the wings of meet record performances by Rich Berryman in the dash and Rich Nichols in the 600 as the Green trimmed Bates and Colgate in a triangular event. Berryman won the dash in
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Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
Recent word reported the death of JohnWalker's widow, November 27, in Winter Haven, Fla.
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Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
I am writing this from Florida. The weather here is wonderful: from our living room we look directly across Tampa Bay at the Skyway Bridge to St. Petersburg and a mile drive the other way we have the Gulf of Mexico.
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1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
ARTHUR H. LEAVITT
The sixth annual Post-50 Year Reunion will be Monday through Thursday, June 9-12. Registration will be at Tuck Mall Lounge, Monday at 10 a.m. We hope you all can make it.
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1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
ARTHUR B. BARNES
The top liner this month is the passing of Harold L. English, small of stature, who in his Thayer years bore the nickname of "Sample Package," He died on December 9, 1974. No less than four complete and sympathetic accounts
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Henry Basset Whitcomb died December 28, 1974 in the Royal Megansett Nursing Home where he had been a patient for the last ten years.
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1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
DONALD A. CHENEY
Again, we regret to report another lamentable loss in the diminishing ranks of 1911 in we death of John Pearson on December 17. John was always an active and popular member of the Class, from undergraduate days up to the late
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1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
It's a bit odd how it takes Christmas to bring to light the mishaps of some '12ers. It seems that Bertha (Quech) French fell on her front lawn in October and sustained a bad ankle fracture necessitating 11 days in the hospital.
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1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
ROBERT O. CONANT
The holidays have come and gone all too quickly and our slogan could be: It's good to be alive in '75. A New Year's wish written by Goethe over a century ago bears repeating at this time:
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ARTHUR S. WHEELOCK
After prolonged consultation with an old Indian Medicine Man it appears that the following men, whose natal days occurred in February, were born under the sign of Aquarius the Water Carrier: Stillman, Phil Smith, Dillingham,
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
Don't forget the dates of June 6, 7, and 8 for our 60-Year Reunion. Remember also that Duze Lounsberry is looking for increased contributions to the Alumni Fund this year to make our reunion giving respectable and up to the
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1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
JAMES H. COLTON
All aboard for the 60th Reunion in 1976 with Duffy and Betty Lewis as the conductors of this grand tour into the past with reminiscences of things we did, renewal of friendships made, and regeneration of our love for Dartmouth.
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1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
We can start our column this month with some good news. Bob Scott has consented to assume the chairmanship and presidency of the Class. Since Bob has been relinquishing positions of responsibility with assorted business
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1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
DONALD R. BARR
1918 will want wholeheartedly to support Charles Hood '51, son of Harvey and Barbara in his new job, Alumni Fund Head. Congratulations to all the Hoods individually and collectively on this great honor and responsibility.
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Class Notes
1919
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WINDSOR BATCHELDER
CHESTER W. DE MOND
Many faithful members of the Class continue to send me encouraging messages which I welcome and sincerely appreciate. Slim Huntoon wrote me early in December. He reported that San and Jane Treat spent some time in their home a few
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1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
My notes in this issue are likely to be confined to the Eastern seaboard because that is the source of my latest news. For example, a letter from Almus Russell (Bloomsburg, Pa.) reached me almost simultaneously with my copy of
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1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
THOMAS w. STALEY
Guy Wallick's wife Kenneth sustained a broken hip recently and was hospitalized for awhile. The Wallicks' daughter Betsy Damon gave us this news.
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Some simpleton recently said "None of you '22 guys never get your pictures in the newspapers no more." 'Tain't so. Truth is that not long ago newspapers in the North Country and even some in the megalopolis carried an Associated
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1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
DR. THEODORE MINER
At this point in our lives there are many of us who are not in the best of health - perhaps a more or less to be expected concomitant of the fact we're here at all. Scarcely a month goes by that I don't learn of another classmate
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1924
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DANA P. BENT
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
Brad Hersey has one of the largest and best private collections of early American antiques, tools and implements in New England. Starting in 1917, when he bought his first antique, his interest has grown into a full-time hobby and now
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1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
C. LANE GOSS
From The Dartmouth for February 1925 ... Dog sled new feature for 15th Winter Carnival ... Palaeopitus requests order on the weekend ... Junction House completely destroyed by fire in $400,000 blaze in White River Junction
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
The whereabouts of children and grandchildren make quite a difference in the travel habits of 1926 folk - to say nothing of others. Vin and Jimmie Meyers' trips now stop in Pennsylvania whereas before we saw them in Hanover when
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1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Our hearts go out to Horace Edward Baker who was walking his dog Christmas afternoon in quiet, peaceful Westfield, N.J., when a couple of hoodlums held him up, beat and pistol whipped him, and left him for dead. We are happy to
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
Elliott Donnelley has offered to have a list of address changes printed each year to fit into the 1928 Directory which all members of the Class and widows received in November, 1973. We are preparing the list and you will receive it
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1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
Dave Martin, Member of Congress from Nebraska, has retired after many years of distinguished service. Most recently he served as ranking minority member of the potent House Rules Committee. He and Tancie (sister of Tavey Taylor '28)
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
Having given a Rouse in this column several months ago for Nelson Rockefeller, this seems an appropriate time to add "With a Will" to our congratulations. Gene Zagat recalls that the picture of Nelson, Fran Horn, and Fred Chase that
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
W.S. "SHEP" WOLFF
Beany Thorn pens the following: "SherGuernsey's Christmas card just arrived. Eleanor and I have lived with the Indian name of his estate in Schoharie for all of these years. Now, it suddenly occurs to me that he may be using some
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1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
EVERETT P. HOKANSON
Dr. Irv Kramer wrote in November, not from Greak Neck but from Bermuda Dunes, Calif. Having noted our note that Bill Morton is an ex- officio member of the Board of Overseers of the Dartmouth Medical School, he says: "One of my
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1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
ALEXANDER S. CUNNINGHAM
From The Saturday Evening Post comes word that Fred Birmingham, managing editor and associate publisher, now is a member of the board of directors of Curtis Publishing Company.
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1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
Sure hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Our family certainly did. since our son Tom and our daughter Janet came in - the former from L.A. and the latter from Denver. It was a real treat for Ma and Pa!!!
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1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
C. HALL COLTON
From far and wide, the holiday mails brought enthusiastic assurances: "I'll be there!" While it's a toss-up as to who must travel farther, classmates in Europe and along the full stretch of the West Coast are planning definitely to
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON JR.
EDWARD W. HIGBEE 3RD
Trying to put together this column during the Christmas-New Years holiday season is always difficult and it would be easier if I did it sooner, however I'm always hopeful that the Christmas mail will bring a bagful of news along
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
We finally dug up a few newsbits from long silent guys. Norm Pratt for instance, nothing since 1968. Still with Department of State, he was transferred to Pretoria, South Africa, from Washington last February, keeping their house
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
AUGUSTUS R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
A picture of Jack Graham, looking sober like appeared in a Boston newspaper a couple of months ago. Jack is president and director of the Norfolk County Trust Com- pany, and the news item accompanying his picture
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
CORNWALL MILLER
By now I hope you are over facing grim 1975 with the proper courage and that things are going better than you had reason to expect. For our part, we have a sack full of mail, most of which recounts the doings of 1974. We are anxious to
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1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM
DONALD G. RAINIE
In the North Country, it's snowtime when the thoughts of most of us in the area turn, not to cabbages and kings, but to skiing and things out-of-doors, with more and more learning the physical and aesthetic delights of cross country.
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1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
DUES DUE AND MESSAGE ONKEL LOU
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1942
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DR. STUART C. FINCH
A. JAMES O'MARA
The Japanese now celebrate Christmas to the extent that it's almost like being in the States, but there are some differences. Instead of turkey and plumb pudding there are dried squid and rice balls. Hot sake replaces a bowl full of
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1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
PAUL F. YOUNG
Greetings from the seat of all wisdom and learning. It is allegedly winter here, however the ground is bare while southern New Hampshire is receiving storms with six to nine inches at a crack.
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
First things first, I always say, and what could be firster than a report from your old society editor on the December 15 marriage in Hanover of Rod Morgan and June Bowman. June is an English lady, out of Didsbury (England, that is)
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1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
HARRY L. HAMPTON JR.
From Shreveport, La., Wayne Morgan tells us how it is with early retirement. "About a year ago I 'early-retired' as marketing vice president for Gulf Oil - U.S., and moved to Scottsdale, Arizona. Got 'itchy" after a few months,
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1946
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RALPH K. SMITH. JR.
DONALD E. FURBER
The New York Times recently ran a feature article duscussing the stock offering of The First Women's Bank, a new bank being organized to pay special attention to the financial needs of women by "treating all persons in a non-
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
NORMAN S. FINK
These short introductions in which I seem to become entagled each month are designed mainly to stress the time lag between the writing and the appearance in print of class news. A deadline is a deadline is a deadline ...
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
LOUIS N. PERRY
Thanks to Class Treasurer Lou Perry and others we have a sprinkling of items this month about '48s scattered here and there about the globe. Lou passed along some of the notes he received as attachments to the class dues sent in
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Class Notes
1949
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PAUL WOODBERRY
CHARLES S. KILNER
Eleven '49ers have sons or daughters in the freshman class. We got some interesting replies when we asked why they decided on Dartmout, and what else was new?
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1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
ERIC T. MILLER
The holiday season finally burst its bubble. Now it is 1975 and there is no avoiding the fact. Even the arithmetic reduces to 25 ... 25 culminating years since our last semester, our last few months as grand old seniors on the
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1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
MERLE L. THORPE
As the change of address cards roll in every month, I have detected a trend of movement to warmer climates. I have pondered its significance: some classmates have made their pile and are retiring?; they are absconding from their
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1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
STEPHEN R. PARKHURST
It is bound to happen from time to time but this month we have a "slow news day" as they say in the newspaper trade. Actually, we probably should be grateful since most news these days is bad.
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
DONALD C. SMITH
We are off and running in a new year. The mail basket filled up over Christmas which is much appreciated. Please don't stop.
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
RICHARD D. BARKER
Well, the twenty-year itch seems to be reaching our class. We get note after note about classmates on the move, both professionally and geographically.
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1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
JOHN G. DEMAS
My good friend and neighbor, Don Hummel, who returned from the December meeting of the Alumni Council said that action was taken to support the Committee which is studying ROTC. This was in the form of a resolution calling for a
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1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
ROBERT R. FAULKNER
The New York Times column on people and business carried several paragraphs on remarks by Clem Malin, deputy director of the Federal Energy Agency for international affairs, as taken from a Reuters interview in London. For the
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1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
JOHN S. DONNELLY
A recent West Coast newspaper column about Ron Roth was kindly passed on to me by Joe Graham '59. Other than the reference to The College, Joe says that "the description bears no resemblance to the Ron Roth I know." Joe adds,
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1958
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STAN BEILEY
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
The class executive committee recently met at Mel Alperin's home in Sunapee. Attending were Herb Swarzman, Ralph Manuel, Walt Vail, Walt Yusen, Dave Bradley, Don McCree, Larry Weltin, John Parker, Joel Portugal, Rink DeWitt,
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1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
BARRY R. BLAKE
Well, HAPPY GROUND HOG DAY to you all! You know, I feel like our Class is starting to raise its head out of the hole! It appears as if more and more guys are starting to communicate with each other. But, nothing like it should be!
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1960
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WILLIAM H. MCCARTER JR.
ARNOLD E. SIGLER
Morris Feldman was in Ecuador in October working on a shipment of crude oil. He notes that he and a number of Minneapolis alumni were on hand for the christening of "Frank Peavy," the big Mississippi River tow boat owned by
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1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
HENRY EBERHARDT
Word has reached us that Dick Bailey was elected last November to the Board of Trustees for Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dick, with 21,235 votes, decisively defeated his opponent who received 16,006 votes. In
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1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
EDWARD FALKENBERG
Christmas was delightful in New England, complete with a beautiful soft Christmas Day snow fall. If nothing else, Bing Crosby was pleased.
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1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
CHARLES T. PARTON
Barry Linsky climbed out of New York's concrete canyon and to the top of Africa last October, scaling Uhuru Peak on the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro on the Kenya-Tanzania border. Barry was escaping from his senior vice president's office
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1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
WILLIAM BARNETT III
I am grateful for Ray Peters for bringing us up to date on his activities. Ray moved to Canada in 1973, upon accepting a position in psychology at Queens University. Since his wife is Canadian, it was a bit of a homecoming for
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1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
ROGER H. RINES
As usual the Christmas mail brought much class news. It appears that '65s almost everywhere are doing well.
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1966
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LARRY GEIGER
GERALD G. PAUL
Happy to report a rich collection of items as a result of Alumni Data Sheets included in a recent class newsletter.
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1967
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DR. JON GOLDSMITH
CAPT. JEFFREY ZIMMERMAN
A new year with new opportunities. A pleasant thought on a cold winter's night.
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1968
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DAVID LORING
LT. MARK D. WATERHOUSE
Marriage congratulations are in order for Parker Beverage and his recent bride. Parker is working as a member of the Dartmouth Admissions Office.
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1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
ROBERT F. HOUSER
There is actually some solid news to convey 'his month, including a rather pointed letter to yours truly.
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1970
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PETER S. LINTON
MARTIN L. KILLGALLON II
Do you ever wonder by exactly what decree, by what manipulations, an alumni-class reunion actually happens? It's a bit like that truly astonishing moment when a U.S. President is inaugurated; an authority utterly invisible and
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1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
ROBERT B. SCHNABEL
Not a lot of news trickled in last month. In fact - well, see for yourself:
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1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
DAVID J. FRIEND
Valentines have come and gone, but nary an aorta has come my way. This column comes to you from the funny farm that is law school exam time. It is at this hallowed time of year that the perversion of law school becomes crystal
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES T. BROWN
Dear Mates -
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1974
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RICHARD G. WOOLWORTH JR.
JACK E. THOMAS JR.
All sorts of records were broken this month as three postcards reached this reporter's desks - let's hope it's the beginning of a new trend.
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Cleveland Jaycees Honor Lee A. Chilcote Jr. '64
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Lee A. Chilcote Jr. '64, named Outstanding Jaycee for 1973-74 by Cleveland's Junior Chamber of Commerce, was the victim of an unintentional switch in photographs in the 1964 column of last October. Provision of the accompanying (and
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Deaths
Deaths
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(A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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Vox
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D.A.D.
THE idea for this new monthly column was borrowed from Newsweek's "My Turn," the Op-Ed page in TheNew York Times, and probably several other publications. The title was expropriated from a Dartmouth academic journal which didn't quite
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