Issue: 19750401

Tuesday, April 1, 1975
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Articles
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Front Cover
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The First Five Years A REPORT BY THE 13TH PRESIDENT
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine APRIL 1975 Volume 67 Number 7
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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COVERS
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Silver Spray Club
Silver Spray Club
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Honor
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REICHMAN
REICHMAN
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THE HORCHOW COLLECEION
THE HORCHOW COLLECEION
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SHREVE, CRUMP & LOW CO.
SHREVE, CRUMP & LOW CO.
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CHALLENGE 'wilderness CAMP
CHALLENGE 'wilderness CAMP
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shopping international
shopping international
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Webster associates REALTORS
Webster associates REALTORS
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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COMMUNITY GALLERY, INC.
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FIAT
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Books
Reviews
The Eye of the Beholder, Squinting
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JOHN HURD'21
The last line reads, "Love is the light of life." An opening quotation leans on Shakespeare: "Alas, how can love trifle with itself." It is Julia speaking to Sylvia disguised as Sebastian in Two Gentlemen of Verona, the play
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Further Mention
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J.H.
Granite, a literary magazine founded in 1971 by a Dartmouth professor and enjoying in the interim the support of the most illustrious of Dartmouth poets, has published its last issue in these environs with the departure of one
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Dartmouth Authors
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Charles B. McLane '41 (Professor of Government). Soviet-African Relations: Volume Three of Soviet-Third WorldRelations. Central Asian Research Centre, London, $15. The present volume deals with Soviet relations with 36 sovereign
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EXPOSITION PRESS, INC.
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Dartmouth Bookstore, Inc.
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Spalding Inn Club
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SEBRING VANGUARD, INC
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SILAS SLATE
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ROGER ANDERSON '68
(Part 4 of a poem for Herbert F. West)
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The College
The College
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March: that was the month that wasn't/ didn't. ROTC wasn't in the news; it didn't show much; the mud wasn't more than waist-deep; the robins didn't return; St. Patrick's Day wasn't unobserved; the students didn't march; the
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The College
To Russia With Love
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White-water rivers may soon supplement outer space as an area for international cooperation, if negotiations between the Ledyard Canoe Club and the Institute of Soviet-American Relations bear fruit.
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The College
Pied
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Now that streaking has become passé, wouldn't you expect the College's undergraduates to come up with some new fad to help take a of the tension out of final exams? We that's exactly what some enterprising students have done,
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The College
Through a Lens Brightly
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The College has joined in a consortium with the University of Michigan and MIT to share in the use of Michigan's 52-inch Cassegrain-Coude telescope at a new location at Kitt Peak, Arizona, 6,300 feet above sea level.
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The College
Upward with Cliff
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For 39 years before he retired in February, Cliff Sanborn of Enfield had been smoothing the way for outdoor types in Hanover and the Dartmouth community, with velvety golf green, level ice, or an easy ride to the top of Oak Hill.
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The College
Microtext Center
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The Jones Microtext Center has been added to Baker Library as a memorial to the late Berkeley Fairfax Jones '25, made possible by gifts from his family and friends.
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The College
On Teaching
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Starting his career in the English Department at Dartmouth, Norman F. Maclean '24 moved shortly afterward to the University of Chicago, where he was honored three times for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Now retired and
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The College
The Race
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An invitation from our colleague, the skier:
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The College
And furthermore ...
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In a period when most liberal arts Colleges saw applications falling off, Dartmouth experienced a 75 per cent increase in completed bids for admission between 1971 and 1974.
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Give a Rouse for –
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J. HARTNESS BEARDSLEY '37, appointed President and General Manager of Bowaters Newfoundland Limited, Canadian newsprint manufacturers.
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The First Five Years
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A REPORT BY THE THIRTEENTH PRESIDENT
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15,16,17,18
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The Faculty
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When John Dickey assumed office as President of the College, he found that Dartmouth had one of the oldest faculties in the United States. This came about as a result of the large faculty build-up in the 19205, and the
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18,19,20
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Tenure
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In an article entitled "The University in Steady State," which appeared in Daedalus last fall, I discussed the problem of faculty tenure. I would like to summarize some of my conclusions from that article.
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Professional Schools
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Perhaps because "college" is a word hallowed by tradition, we sometimes overlook the fact that Dartmouth is a small university. Yet Dartmouth has the fourth oldest medical school in the country, one of the first
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The Medical School
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ny new college president, even one who had spent 16 years on the faculty, is bound to be ignorant about some aspects of the institution. In my case it was the Dartmouth Medical School. It is ironic that some of the most
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Academic Centers
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Education at Dartmouth receives crucial support from the three major academic centers: the Library, the Hopkins Center for the Arts, and the Kiewit Computation Center.
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Coeducation
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Coeducation was an issue on which men of good will who deeply loved the College could hold diametrically opposite views and firmly believe that they were right. They could and they did.
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Dartmouth Plan
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Brie of the most common indictments of the efficiency of academic institutions has been the fact that a very expensive plant stands idle for three months of the year. The difficulty has been to devise a plan that would permit
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About Students
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Many private colleges are concerned today about whether they will be able to fill their freshman classes with qualified candidates. Due to the escalation of costs and the significant improvement in the quality of state
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Equal Opportunity
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/n 1968 the Board of Trustees voted a major new program to provide equal opportunity for minority students at Dartmouth. To make more detailed recommendations on the new program and to monitor its progress, a committee on equal
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The Administration
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The experience of a new president is similar to that of the young second lieutenant who takes command of a company with a veteran corps of non-coms. While the non-coms carefully humor the new officer, they feel it their
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Affirmative Action
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One of the most controversial and mis-understood activities at universities today is "affirmative action." Federal legislation, as well as an Executive Order, require us to comply with affirmative action rules in our
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Decision Making
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Having been a member of the Dartmouth faculty for 16 years before taking office as President, I had very strong feelings about the role that should be played by the faculty in academic decision-making. My first act as President
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About Money
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At a recent Dartmouth Horizons program I was asked what the three most important problems facing the College were. I replied, "One, we do not have enough money; two, we do not have enough money; three, we do not have enough
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Physical Facilities
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I suspect that every college has some achieve-president ments credited to his administration which occur not because of his efforts but in spite of them. My own priorities are people and programs, not buildings, but the last
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Hanover Inn
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One of the serious challenges to the College's well-being occurred when Jim McFate retired as manager of the Hanover Inn after long years of loyal service. The retirement happened to occur at a time when changed economic
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And More
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Any report such as this one is bound to omit many important events. I hereby apologize to all those whose contributions have been slighted, but I would like to mention briefly a few other events of the past five years. For many
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The Presidency
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The Presidency of Dartmouth College is an impossible job. It is impossible because no human being possesses all the talents expected of the Dartmouth President. And if such a human being were miraculously found, he would
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The Future
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Having reviewed the history of the past five years, I cannot resist taking a brief look at what the next five years may hold for the College. Many would say that our number one problem for the remainder of this decade will be
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Article
Big Green Teams
Dog Days in the Toy Department
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IN newspaper parlance, you've now arrived at the toy department. In this column we have fun and games, with no need to be concerned about whether the College budget will balance (unless you're one of the coaches whose job has
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Article
Big Green Teams
GREEN JOTTINGS
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JACK DEGANGE
Honors: The Martha Phelan and Dolly Stark awards (most valuable performers) in hockey and basketball to Ken Pettit and Jim Beattie. The National Soccer Coaches' Association's prestigious Honor Award to Whitey Burnham,
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Big Green Teams
CHARLES RIVER RUGBY, MAY 4
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The Dartmouth ruggers go after their third consecutive triumph in the Charles River Cup match, Sunday, May 4, at the Rivers School, Weston, Massachusetts. Play begins at 1 p.m. The Ronnie Rivers Banjo Band will entertain during
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
The two recent losses of Cyril Smith and Albert Dalrymple have left the Class with only four living members. In descending order of age, these are Farwell, Olivers, Studwell, and Drake. The first is only eight months older than the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W. BROWN
Fred Chase reminisces about the new German dance which came to Hanover during our undergraduate days. The schottische was a lovely dance and Professor and Mrs. Burton were the only people he knew who danced it. He remembers
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
MRS. ROBERT D. KENYON
We hope that all classmates and widows will be able to make increased contributions to the 1975 Alumni Fund drive. Let us top the record of $4,000 of our 1974 campaign. This will also make our Fund Chairman Lura Kenyon very happy.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
It is our sad duty to announce the passing of Win Griffin, on January 28, 1975, only ten weeks after the passing of his wife Maude on November 3. A complete obituary will be found on another page, or a later edition.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY w. LEIGHTON
Leroy Mowry Richardson died July 5, 1974 in Auburn, Me., according to post office officials in that city. An obituary will appear in this or a latter issue.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
JOHN S. LEAROYD
At the time these notes are being prepared, the list of surviving members of the Class of 1911 has been reduced to 42. This represents the residue of a group of 395 potential scholars who matriculated in September of 1907.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
SAMUEL HOBBS
Norm Albree has had at hand a gun of some kind ever since he was given a 22 caliber rifle on his eighth birthday. He has been a student of firearms all his life as well as an inventor. He built the first monoplane in the U.S. in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
MILTON ARONOWITZ
Attention, all you oldtimers with aches, pains, or whatever. Staggering around in the attic, stepping carefully over and around all manner of things accumulated since 1920, I found an old family bible. In it was a card with an
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
As we look into the Crystal Ball we see that the following men, whose birthdays fall in April, were born under the sign of Aries, the Ram, Richardson and Richmond, while Voorhees and Holway were born under the sign of Taurus, the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
Duze Lounsberry reports that early returns indicate that a number of Fifteeners have already responded to his call for a respectable reunion gift to the Alumni Fund with generous increases in their contributions. May the rest of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
H. BURTON LOWE
In March Parker Hayden and his cousin Bette Selle increased the 1916 population at Sarasota, Florida, Siesta Key to six. They spent a short vacation within visiting reach of Ralph and RuthGeorge and Anson and Leila Bates. Herb Kimball
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
GEORGE R.S. VON KAPFF
Better late than never is a time honored aphorism that I hope still has some truth in it. Those long missing notes have come to light having survived a trip to Florida and a period of repose in a tote bag inefficiently unpacked.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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WINDSOR BATCHELDER
ROBERT N. WALLIS
Chester W. DeMond, the youngest man in the Class, celebrated his 75th birthday on January 15. Nick Sandoe, the Poet Laureate of our class, composed this ODE TO "75":
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN S. MAYER
By this time all hands will have received issues of Twenty put out by our newsletter editor, Al Foley. Therein, your reunion committee has tried to give you a comprehensive story of what we will be doing over our reunion weekend in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
G. HARRY CHAMBERLAINE
Douglas F. Storer in Clearwater, Fla., has sent us a message outlining his current activities in newspapers, radio, television, books, and magazines. First he contracted with Simon and Schuster to turn out a paperback of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
SPENCER F. SMITH
"Is there Life after Dartmouth?" That, unbelievably, was the ludicrous title of a recent Student-Alumni Career Conference in Hanover. Incredibly, but true, students are now prone to listen as alumni talk about careers in the wide,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CHARLES J. ZIMMERMAN
Ward Hilton very kindly wrote to tell me of Jim Pyott's death. Ward says he had recently been in touch with Jim's son who was associated with his father in their family manufacturers representative business. Jim Sr. had had a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
EARL C. DAUM
As these notes appear in the Magazine, the birds will have flown north and those of the Class who have spent the winter basking in warmth and sunshine will likewise be returning to their northern homes. And between now and that
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
From The Dartmouth for April 1925 ... The baseball team won six of eight on the southern trip, with Edwards the star hurler, Harris and Stevens batting leaders and Fox the best fielder ... At the Nugget, The Charmer with Pola
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
At this time of year when annual checkups and spring tonic are in order we will do well to read these words from Santa Monica, Calif., from our own Dr. Granny Knight, who is still in full-time practice and very highly regarded in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
This is the year most of our Class will reach three score and ten. Seventy-six members will have to wait another year, while nine more were born in 1907. Duke Coulter is dean and the youngest is Burt Harris. Only ten members are
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
WILLIAM C. LARY
John and Peggy Phillips expect to go to Europe in May, a change from their usual vacations in the Virgin Islands.
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1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Recently in cleaning out a cupboard I found an old volume entitled American Ski Annual1940-41. It was amusing to read the ads and see how many once-prominent firms have long since lost their punch — Northland Skis, Sandler Ski
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
LEON H. STURM AN
We'd like to report to you on the March 22 Florida reunion, but an early March deadline for this column interferes. However, we've asked Milt Schultz to report highlights which will appear in the May column. Meanwhile add Fred
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLIAM B. MINEHAN
I sure miss my typewriter. I'm penning this in San Antonio, Texas, where Greyhound bus deposited us just before dinner tonight. So far we have traveled about 6,500 miles.
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1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
ROBERT E. ACKERBERG JR
Continuing Pete Sawyer's story as set down in the Maine Sunday Telegram and relayed to this corner kindness of Bob Pike '25:
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1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
CHESTER L. THOMSON
This is the kick-off month for the 1975 Alumni Fund and Chet Thomson and his team of approximately 45 assistant class agents are already at work trying to improve on our 1974 results, which totalled $55,427 from 331 contributors,
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1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
ALLAN JACOBSON JR.
I have lots of goodies that I have received here in Florida, and want to thank those of you who have taken the time to write me and send news clippings.
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
JOHN AUWERTER JR.
By the latest count, at least 250 classmates and wives will be back for our 40th Reunion, June 9-10-11-12. That should easily top the showing made by 1934 last year, and we're shooting to exceed 300 and beat the all-time record
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON JR.
FRANK M. CURTIS JR.
Last month I received a list of regional class agents from Frank Curtis but it was too late for inclusion in that column so I'll start off with it this month with the suggestion that if any of you want to volunteer for the Alumni
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
Katie and I again made a sad trip. A few short weeks ago it was to attend services for Dot Amon. This time it was to Taunton, Mass., for Ginny Collis who died of cancer in much the same way. Since Monk is Charley's lawyer the
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
RICHARD T. HOLT
A news story and picture in the Elgin, Ill., Courier-News last month reported the election of Fran Reilly to a vice presidency of Katy Industries. Fran joined that company in 1973 as treasurer following association with B. F.
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
ROBB M. DEGRAFF
Unhappily, we relate the passing of two classmates. Phil Wentworth died on December 21, after battling a six-month illness and JockoVincens died on January 23.
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1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
A rare opportunity to see the People's Republic of China, as viewed through the eyes of a classmate, is being made possible by TomGeorge, whose art recently took him on a 31-day sketching trip to the People's Republic of China.
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1942
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DR. STUART C. FINCH
FREDERICK CASSIDY JR.
Ira Berman is fortunate to have his son Roger guiding the leathercraft department of his business. This relatively new component of the Berman Leather Company is doing remarkably well by virtue of Roger's talents and progressive
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
FREDERICK R. LENT
For all you advance planners, the informal fall reunion will be the weekend of October 1011, when Dartmouth plays Penn. John Goode is holding rooms for our Class at the Chieftan Motel on Lyme Road. Those interested should
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
WILLIAM B. HALE
We start off with another apology, this one to John Bird, very much a resident of Mountain Brook, Alabama. Back in February we committed the unpardonable by saying there was only one '44 resident in Alabama - LamarAger in
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Class Notes
1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
JOHN E. LEGGAT
It's less that two months to the time of the 30th!! For those who are planning on the trek to Hanover the 30th will be a great time. For those who haven't signified their intentions to join us, there's still time to change your mind
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1946
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RALPH K. SMITH, JR.
JAMES F. LYNCH JR.
The merry month of June is just around the corner, which means that the GTHES (Greatest Thirtieth Hanover's Ever Seen!) is only a few weeks away. As the newsletters from Jack Whitman and Reg Pierce have been pointing out, this
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
A grateful class secretary wants it to be known that he appreciates the time taken to forward personal notes and news of other '47s. Neither snow nor rain nor sunshine nor crowded daily schedules nor recession can keep some good
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
HARTHON I. MUNSON
Hope you noticed in the February AlumniMagazine that a full 25% of the eight Dartmouth alumni mentioned in the "Give a Rouse" column were from the Class of 1948. Belated congratulations and plaudits to Dick Donahue and Herb Shulman
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Class Notes
1949
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PAUL WOODBERRY
WILLIAM H. H. CHAPMAN
Re the interests of the younger generation, we heard from John McCurdy: "My son Gordon is one of the twins who were both offered admission to Dartmouth. The other guy went to Oberlin. Both seem to have made excellent choices in
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
JOHN c. HARNED
The countdown until Reunion continues. Only two months remain, and, when May day arrives, the time unit shifts from months to days. Set the counter at 43 to toll the time until the 12th of June.
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD G. DUTTON
Going back to 25 years ago, specifically to my bound volume copies of the Daily D's for March and April 1950, I was surprised to find how much I had forgotten. Do you recall, for example, that Berl Bernhard and Dick Pugh tied in
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Class Notes
1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
JOHN P. BARCLAY JR
Our first comments this month are a couple of apologies. First, to the Class for the very brief notes in the last issue of this publication. When you become class secretary no one tells you there are suddenly about 24 months in a
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
RONALD H. LAZAR
Spring has finally come, but the news from the past winter continues.
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
GEORGE D. VOSS
In these times of economic stress, what better way to start a column than recognizing the activities of Our friendly class bankers. These may be tough times for some people, but our monied banker classmates are showing great
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Class Notes
1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
PETER C. THOMPSON
The yield of news clippings has fallen to an all time low this month. However, one excellent piece of news did brighten the outlook considerably. Unable to stand being away from New Hampshire, Snake Woolson decided to move back
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
Thanks to Dr. Lyman Milliken '27, Annapolis, Md., we learn that Gordon Lend will become the first headmaster of the 67-year-old Roland Park Country School which is located near Baltimore. Gordy had previously been headmaster of
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1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
RICHARD B. CANTON
The "informed sources" of The New YorkTimes are not always very well informed! Last month, we latched onto a Times piece which disclosed" that Larry Silberman was expected to be named the President's Special Representative for
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Class Notes
1958
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STAN BEILEY
JOEL B. PORTUGAL
Sandra Manne, Jerry's proud wife, wrote that Jerry was recently elected a director of the Chicago Board of Trade for a three-year term. The Chicago Board of Trade is the largest commodity exchange in the world, and we wish Jerry
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
MICHAEL M. HELLMAN
Now that April Fool's Day is behind us and spring is fully upon us ...
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1960
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WILLIAM H. McCARTER JR.
PHILIP C. KRON
Alice and I spent a very pleasant evening the other night with Tom and Linda Marx. Although we had been good friends at Dartmouth, it was the first time that Tom and I had seen each other since graduation, and needless to say
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1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
RONALD WYBRANOWSKI
We are pleased to pass on this interesting letter from Mike Butler: "Here is my story so far. After Dartmouth I went on to Tuck and from there into the advertising business in New York. Then, on a lark, I decided to spend a week
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Class Notes
1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
ALAN V. DAVIES
If you are interested in a geographical study of agricultural practices and agricultural change, focused on the Nyiha people of southwestern Tanzania, must reading is Ecologyand Change - Rural Modernization in anAfrican Community, by
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Class Notes
1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
STEPHEN WATERHOUSE
By the time you read this another of our classmates may have copped an Oscar, or two. A pair of DeWitt Jones' films have been nominated by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: John Muir's High Sierra is one of five
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
CELEB LORING 3RD
About two months remain before our 10th Reunion celebration in Hanover on June 13-15. It's an event for the whole family, with a little nostalgia, and plenty of sunshine and fresh air. If your wife's never seen rolling Oak Hill, the
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Class Notes
1967
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DR JON. GOLDSMITH
R. STEPHEN CHEHEYL JR.
Pete Golenbock is in Englewood, N.J., putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming book entitled Dynasty. The title refers to the New York Yankees and their successful past exploits. By May the book will be in paperback and
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
JOHN S. ENGELMAN
The Alumni Fund drive started this month, with John Engelman at the helm. An advance report from John indicated a healthy 25% increase in workers over last year. Why not a similar increase in contributors!
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
THOMAS M. PARKS
Don Pogue angrily informs us that the College has fired Professor Jonathan Mirsky. Since we are unfamiliar with the merits of Professor Mirsky's dismissal, we pass along this information for your own digestion. Don, by the way,
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Class Notes
1970
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PETER S. LINTON
KEVIN M. CUNNINGHAM
Sorry to have orphaned you all last month - we note that several secretaries on either side of us here are reduced to reciting simply the present whereabouts of classmates, an ignominy to which we will not stoop - yet. Neither do
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Class Notes
1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
JEFFREY K. McELNEA
A veritable plethora of news this month, indeed. Not only a full size column but on time! (Well almost - ask JH).
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Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
FRANK E. SULLIVAN JR.
Boston in the spring-every year it is a pleasant season here in the Hub, signifying the end of a long New England winter. It brings with it crew and sailboat races on the Charles, rainbows of color in the Public Gardens, the Red
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES L. SULLIVAN
A call for help! MAY DAY! MAY DAY!
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Class Notes
1974
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RICHARD G. WOOLWORTH JR.
CHRISTOPHER C. GATES
There is an old saying: no news is good news. I hope this is the case for most of you. Lengthy letters from three classmates salvaged this month's report.
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You Should Be So Smart and Spry as Stan Cobb '03
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At the age of 93, one of the four surviving members of the Class of 1903, Stanwood Cobb, maintains his active life as an educator, writer, and lecturer on the Baha'i faith.
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Award for Drechsel '36
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Ed Drechsel '36 was given the Alumni Award at the late-February annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Northern California and Nevada in San Francisco.
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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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F. WILLIAM ANDRES '29
FOR 25 years - from 1929 to 1954 - as Class Secretary I faced the monthly requirement of meeting the ALUMNI MAGAZINE'S deadline for Class Notes copy. And now, after 20 years of surcease, here I am again - though in another role.
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