Issue: 19750501

Thursday, May 1, 1975
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Georgina m. Williamson
Georgina m. Williamson
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Ed Booth
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine MAY 1975 Volume 67 Number 8
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COVER
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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MOSELEY-MERRILL REALTY
MOSELEY-MERRILL REALTY
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WANTED: RENTAL
WANTED: RENTAL
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Vermont
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Dartmouth College
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The Long Walk
The Long Walk
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OLIVE TARDIFF
JUST after midnight on May 31, 1920, two determined Dartmouth undergraduates stepped briskly onto the dark highway near Skyline Farm in Littleton, New Hampshire, ready for a spectacular test of physical endurance. William
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The different West Indies.
The different West Indies.
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Investment Administrative Officer
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shopping international
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Books
Reviews
Subways Run on Time
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MORTON M. KONDRACKE '60
"Chicago ain't ready for reform" is a piece of raffish political analysis that never seems to lose its precision, as the city's voters proved again on Feb. 28. Though Watergate supposedly has fostered a new political morality in the
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Books
Reviews
Hoarding or Sharing
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DENIS G. SULLIVAN
Academic warfare in the study of international politics is rarely left to the scholarly journals. Rather, it is carried on in the front pages of the discipline - its introductory textbooks read by beginning students, scholars, and
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Reviews
Law and Justice in Conflict
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S. JAY WALKER
On October 30, 1967, Martin Luther King and three other ministers flew from Atlanta to Birmingham, Alabama, to begin serving a five-day jail sentence for contempt of court. It was not the first time King had been jailed but the
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Books
Reviews
Ships Under Sail
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RALPH NADING HILL '39
With Seafaring America by Alexander Laing, American Heritage maintains its high benchmark in the tide of pictorial books directed to a wide readership. Richly embellished volumes with distilled texts can, if like Professor Laing
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Books
Reviews
Ships Underseas
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LOUIS MORJON
Nuclear Navy, third volume of the official history of the Atomic Energy Commission, is an account of the development of nuclear propulsion, an achievement uniquely attributed to the driving energy and engineering talents of one
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Books
Reviews
What Went Awry in Miami
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ROBERT K. CARR '29
Politics of Representation is the product of a Dartmouth enterprise in which those who planned and conducted the project may properly take satisfaction and in which all members of the Dartmouth family may take pride. It had its
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Reviews
Funny Latins Chileans Are Not
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BERNARD E. SEGAL
From 1964 to 1970, Chile's President was Eduardo Frei. His party, the Christian Democrats, felt itself committed to a mission of reform without revolution, despite occasional cleavages between its activist and conservative
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Dartmouth Authors
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Burton Bernstein '53. Thurber. Dodd, Mead & Company. $15. To be reviewed in a later issue.
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Further Mention
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J.H.
Christian Wolff, chairman of the Music Department, has won one of four $3,000 music awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters, in recognition of three recordings of works
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REICHMAN
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The College
The College
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GROWING pains or symptoms of congenital disability? Problems arising from year-round operation - or Dartmouth's particular brand of it - look quite different to various segments of the College community.
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The College
ROTC: Little Interest in the Pentagon
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The matter of Dartmouth and ROTC appears to be winding down, as least as far as the military is concerned. At their meeting in mid-April the Trustees learned that the Defense Department has "little interest on its part in
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The College
More Trustee Business ...
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A $57.1 million budget, trimmed downward by $743,000 from the original version, was approved for fiscal year 1975-76. The cut is designed to produce a break- even budget for next year, but among other economies will involve
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The College
... And a New Trustee
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Norman E. McCulloch Jr. '50, was elected to the Board of Trustees at the April meeting. Nominated by the Alumni Council, McCulloch will fill out the unexpired term of the late Harrison F. Dunning '30, who died last August. The
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The College
Reynolds Scholarships
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Five undergraduates and four young alumni have been awarded Reynolds Scholarships for study abroad next year, grants established by a trust set up by the late James B. Reynolds of the Class of 1890.
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The College
Roamin' for the Gnomon
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A half-century quest for a gnomon has finally come to happy issue, we are delighted to report.
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The College
Environmental Study
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Sun spots and weather patterns; the future of transportation; international intelligence and scientific thought; science and human values; technology and public policy; energy resources and petroleum geology.
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Give a Rouse for –
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LAWRENCE MARX JR. '36, elected Chairman of the Hood College board of trustees.
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18,19,20
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Black in the White Academy
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WARNER R.TRAYNHAM
Race at Dartmouth
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A MEMORANDUM
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JAMES L. FARLEY '42
From: Stephen BurroughsTo: The Students Subject: Making a Living
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 58
Top Fuel Dragster
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In the high-decibel, fever-pitch world of the drag strip, PHILIP D. SCHOFIELD '68 and his 23-foot, needle-nosed racer with the exotic orange and yellow paint job are hot contenders.
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 58
A Page for all Fords
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M.B.R.
"Ford people always were fanatics" - and with every good reason, NORMAN FREDERIC PAGE '27 believes.
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Beating the Odds
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IRVING H. LEVITAS, M.D.
Our hearts still are rebelling against the discovery of fire, but there is a way of and avoiding the distressingly frequent scene shown opposite.
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Ralph Sterner: See-er
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RALPH STEINER
AS you can see from my work, I am not trying to use my camera to bludgeon anyone into attention. When people ask me what I think I'm doing, I tell them that if I were immodest I'd like to say that I'm a psalmist.
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Endowed Professorships
HANS PENNER
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R.B.G.
John Phillips Professor of Religion
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The Undergraduate Chair
On the Road
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VIC ZONANA '75 AND BOB SULLIVAN '75
GEORGE Colton '35, the College's vice president for development, has a story for those who are worried about the disruptive influences of the comings and goings necessitated by the Dartmouth Plan. Barkening back to his
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Article
Big Green Teams
Where the Grass Looks Green
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JACK DEGANGE
THE next time you're looking for an illustration of dramatic contrasts, think only of the first week of April and events around the Dartmouth athletic camp. There has been nothing quite so slow as the arrival of spring - and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W FARWELL
The Class Secretary's Book contains a great deal of information, much of which has never been given to the Class as a whole. A large number of such books might provide a sociologist, say, with some valuable material. Here is
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Class Notes
1905
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ROGER W BROWN
It is my sad duty to report the death on March 18 of Rowland P. Balph in the nursing home where he had been living for some time. Balph was a C. and G., as were Fred Chase and Robert Falconer. A full report will appear in the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
MRS. ROBERT D. KENYON
Your secretary had a nice letter from Charlesand Edith Richardson of Fair Havens Center, 201 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Fla. 33166. Charles is having some eye trouble. You have our deepest sympathy, Charles.
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
Continuing the recent edition of personal reports begun with the '08er dated March 21, we have the following from Web Evans: Since the death of my wife Priscilla, my main concern has been where to spend my remaining years. For
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
Lynde W. Tucker, Apt 703, 70 Barker St.. Mt. Kisco, N.Y. 10549 celebrates his 88th birthday on May 17. Congratulations, Lindy.
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Class Notes
1910
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CHARLES H. KENT
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
Your secretary had a letter from Mrs. Raymond Reynolds, daughter of our Russ Meredith, some quotes from which will be of interest to classmates:
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
JOHN s LEAROYD
We regret that another name must be added to the expanding list of departed classmates. Arthur P. (Chuck) Bush Jr. died suddenly on February 14 at his home in West Dennis, Mass. Chuck only attended Dartmouth during freshman year
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Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
SAMUEL HOBBS
Correspondence from '12ers seems to be at an all-time low. We do have a newsy letter from Marc Wright, secretary of the Class of 1913, in reply to a newspaper clipping sent him covering the death of Babe Smith '13. If you think real
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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MARC S. WRIGHT
DR. MILTON ARONOWITZ
It's not headline news by any means but it might be of slight interest to know that the town of Reading, Mass., has two class secretaries residing there. The new secretary of 1911, long a resident, and the secretary of 1913. Between
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
This will probably be the last reminder that plans for our 60-year Reunion, June 6 to 8, are shaping up very nicely and a good time is assured for those in attendance. If you haven't already done so, send your reunion tax of $25
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
H. BURTON LOWE
Gone are the "good old days" when the trip to and from Hanover was the acme of our travelling when we paid our fares from mileage books. Those days pale into insignificance when we watch the present generations. Our Craver
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J READE
By the time you read these notes it will be the middle of May, presumably good weather, allowing us to forget the mud and slush of March and April but to recall our visit to Florida and the pleasant reunions with classmates and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
GEORGE R.S. VON KAPFF
President Dwight has given us several, good reasons for making a special effort to put the Alumni Fund over the top. Let's not forget that Charlie Hood, son of our Harvey and Barbara, is the national chairman. lone and I were
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
ROBERT N. WALLIS
On Thursday, January 16, 1975 the New York Rotary Club awarded San Treat a Gold Badge signifying that he has been a member of the Club for 50 years. In Sandy's case the record is 53 plus. He joined the New York Club in 1921. Ken
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN s. MAYER
As I write this column on the first day of spring for publication in May, I am reminded that April Ist is the kick-off for the 1975 Alumni Fund and a host of Dartmouth men and women everywhere will start their work. In our
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
G. HARRY CHAMBERLAINE
Walter G. Prince received a standing ovation at the town meeting in early March as a letter of recognition and commendation was read from the selectmen of Duxbury, Mass., for his 38 years of continued service to that town. In
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
SPENCER F. SMITH
In June 1975, Twenty-Two will be midway between its 50th and its 55th Reunion. This year, therefore, offers classmates a propitious opportunity to return to Hanover for the sixth annual Post-50th Reunion of classes preceding
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CHARLES J. ZIMMERMAN
Vince Baldwin has suggested that the Class consider a policy of establishing an annual gift to the College in honor of all of our deceased classmates. He recognizes that a listing of all names would be impractical but makes the
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
EARL C. DAUM
In the April issue I mentioned the upcoming visit of the Glee Club to Cape Cod. The concert took place as scheduled and was an outstanding performance. It was the pleasure of the Bents to entertain two charming coed sophomores.
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
From The Dartmouth for May of 1925 . . . Contract let for building a new home for President Hopkins between Tuck Drive and Webster Avenue, made possible by gift from Edward Tuck '62 ... The baseball team won from Cornell 12-3,
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT LOUER
Mid-May and the Alumni Fund timetable is at the midway point. Between now and June 30 Dartmouth alumni have the opportunity of providing the vital financial aid so necessary for the College to balance its budget. In view of the
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Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
"We are going to need all the help we can get," says Sam Wormser as he surveys our prospects for the Alumni Fund this year. Deaths and retirements keep reducing the potentials so the rest of us who are lucky enough to be alive
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
WILLIAM C. LARY
Our banker classmate in Hong Kong, "H-J"Shen, has just written that he was unable to get in touch with Bill Harris when the Queen Elizabeth II docked there in March because Bill and many of the passengers had gone to visit Canton,
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Squeek Redding is still active in his Boston law practice but suffered an arthritis attack in the fall that interfered with his golf and curling games. He is now taking treatments which we all hope will prove effective. He and
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
LEON H STURMAN
Gordon Shattuck writes "I'm enclosing a snapshot of Bob and Louise Keene taken on March 16th in the courtyard of their beautiful home at Guanajuato.
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLIAM B. MINEHAN
We finally returned to what John Benson calls "that damned island" after nine weeks of seeing the country. After busing endlessly through 850 miles of Texas we wound up in Florida and found that Gladys and John were only a step
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1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
ROBERT E ACKERBERG JR.
Reading that the S. S. Hope had gone to the scrapyard, and knowing that Dr. George Hahn is among those who have served most faithfully on that vessel's annual Samaritan missions, we asked him for a reminiscence. We are glad to
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Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
CHESTER L. THOMSON
Again the single most important item for the Class is the financial well-being of the College and achievement of the $4,000,000 - plus goal of the 1975 Alumni Fund.
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1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
ALLAN C. JACOBSON JR.
Thought I'd start this column off with some nice news, and guess where it comes from - yep, that darned town in Maine called Damariscotta. The news was an announcement from the Bill Emersons about the marriage of their daughter,
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD K. MONTGOMERY
JOHN T. AUWERTER JR.
LAST CALL! '35 UP!
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON, JR.
FRANK M. CURTIS JR.
Two months ago I passed along information from a brief note which I had from Ed Drechsel and Frank Kappler quoted from a longer letter from Ed in a recent Tithe. Now I want to congratulate Ed who, as reported last month, has
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
A note from Dr. Tom Jacobs informs us that Dr. Ed Smith died suddenly last December. We have written for more information and hope to have it for next month's issue. Tom described Ed as his close friend, colleague, and patient.
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
RICHARD T. HOLT
Earnest, enterprising, and dedicated class secretaries write postcards to their classmates for news, and I guess some classmates sometimes respond. 1938's present secretary, not having any of those qualities much, went to
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
ROBB M. DEGRAFF
This is a sad column to write. The Class has sustained the death of four of its members since our last. On February 2 Jack Whipp passed on at his home in Cleveland. Win Naylor's death was recorded on March 12, Dick Johnson died
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1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
Except for their by-lines, newsmen usually remain anonymous, shadowy figures on the fringes of where the action is; but news columnist Tod Braden seems recently to be getting some of the treatment usually reserved for headline
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1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
FRANKLIN P. HART JR.
Our late winter was enhanced by an evening with John and Pat Twist in Hanover, where he had come to talk with Tuck School students about agriculture as a business and a way of life. We visited far into the night, closing the local
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DR. STUART C. FINCH
FREDERICK CASSIDY JR.
Betty and Jack Chandler live in Worcester, Mass where Jack is a general surgeon and member of a four-man surgical group. About 80 per cent of his time is devoted to clinical activities and the rest of his time is spent teaching
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1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
FREDERICK R. LENT
Things appear to be going from bad to worse, and I now even fear for the Granite State: a couple of months ago I was up on the Hill with a farmer friend from New Hampshire who, among other things, produces high quality maple
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
WILLIAM B. HALE
It was the cruelest April 1 in anyone's life. For Shirley and Rog Feldman it was unbelievable: their son Mike '71, running to answer the telephone in his Washington, D.C., apartment, slipped on a throw rug, struck his windpipe
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1945
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DR. DONALD P. COLE JR.
JOHN E. LEGGAT
The 30th is less than a month away!! MoeFrye and company have kept you informed as to the plans and at this writing they're projecting about 100 classmates being present. All you have to do is send in your "I'm coming," enclose the
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1946
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RALPH K. SMITH JR.
JAMES F. LYNCH JR.
At the time you read this, our 30th Reunion (Greatest Thirtieth Hanover's Ever Seen!) will be a few weeks away. As you know from the mailings you have been receiving from Jack Whitman and Jim Barnet, all the pieces have been put
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1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
As I write this on April 1, spring finally seems to have won its battle to drive off the wind and cold of recent days. The tennis courts will be crowded from now until fall, if the weather cooperates, and the Fletchers are looking
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1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
HARTHON I. MUNSON
The following is being dashed off in an attempt to get these notes into the Magazine headquarters before the deadline for the next issue and also to complete them before this '48 has to head south tomorrow on a long trip. If,
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1949
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PAUL WOODBERRY
WILLIAM H. H. CHAPMAN
Don Mose reports that the situation is under control in Chicago, where he is comptroller of S. N. Nielsen Company. "Our son Peter is Class of '78 and is really enjoying his freshman year. He's too busy to write home much but is
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1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
JOHN C. HARNED
Last autumn all signs pointed to a bitter cold winter. Fortunately, the signs proved to be wrong. The snows were bountiful; the skiing, especially in contrast to the last few years, superb' yet the temperatures were generally just
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1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD G. DUTTON
I regret to announce the untimely death on March 18, after an illness of several months, of Bob Tyler, one of the Class' truly outstanding athletes. An obituary will appear in next month's Magazine.
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1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
JOHN P. BARCLAY JR.
If the class news this month doesn't make the Alumni Magazine you can blame the weatherman. No, not for holding up the mails, but for dumping three glorious feet of snow on the New England ski slopes the first weekend in April.
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
RONALD H. LAZAR
We've been struggling with the yard of late, so it must be May. The chores always seem so time consuming when the days are warm and the tennis courts beckon. We hadn't realized what a long, hard winter it had been or how much
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1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
GEORGE D. VOSS
What better way to start off a column than with the announcement of another class offspring entering Dartmouth. John Pemberton writes that his daughter Missy was accepted as an early decision candidate for the Class of 1979. It is
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1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
PETER C THOMPSON
Delightful news from Matt Weinberg in San Francisco. He says it best, "The Class of 55 has multiplied again. My wife Barbara and I became proud parents of our first, a boy named Mark, on February 24. Being present at the birth,
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1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
Ken Bridge comments on the pleasure of joining the Di lorios, Kimballs, and Marshes at each Harvard game, and startles with the information that next year will the 22nd time they will have attended as a group. Ken lives in Natick,
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1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
RICHARD B CANTON
Up in Hanover, the schlump season has arrived the duck boards are down. But Dr.Nicholas Danforth doesn't have time to worry about such problems; he has a bigger problem to chew on. Nick, who was formerly assistant dean of the
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Class Notes
1958
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STAN BEILEY
JOEL B. PORTUGAL
At last fall's meeting of the class executive committee, it was decided to have the committee's 1975 Meeting at Hanover the Brown football weekend, October 17-19. It was suggested that the committee plan a minireunion over the
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
MICHAEL M. HELLMAN
Well, the Alumni Fund Drive is in full swing and, hopefully, you have sent in your contribution. If not, take a minute and put a check in the mail. Any amount will be of great value to the College.
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1960
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WILLIAM H. McCARTER JR.
PHILIP C. KRON
I am eagerly looking forward to a trip to Hanover in early May to attend my first Class Officers Weekend. If my memory is accurate, spring should be arriving at about that time of year. Hopefully the snow will have melted from
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1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
RONALD WYBRANOWSKI
Dick Lefcort sends this report: "My wife Janice and son Steven (four years old) have been living in Florida for the past four years. I am manager of Financial Planning and Analysis for UNIJAX, a subsidiary of IU International. It is
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1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN E. CLARK JR.
Hi Gang! It's that time again". Good old JohnClark is busy turning over rocks looking for anxious and eager donors. John is shooting for $40,000 this year and hopes that at least 500 of you will join the giving ranks. John has really
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1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
ALAN V. DAVIES
This will be a short report as the year winds down.
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Class Notes
1964
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DONALD E. KUBIT
ROGER S. AARON
Class President Sandy McGinnes rates a round of snaps for his recent promotion to the senior vice presidency of Humphrey, Browning & MacDougall, a Boston ad agency, and for his election to the board of directors of that firm.
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1965
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PAUL R. MAHONEY
STEPHEN L. WATERHOUSE
By the time these words are in print you will each have all the final information on our 10th Reunion, June 13-15. You will know that RichBeam's no-holds-barred weekend will provide nearly every conceivable opportunity for fun and
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1966
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LARRY GEIGER
CALEB LORING III
It's May, midway through the 1975 Alumni Fund drive and one month shy of our 10th Reunion. Thus far, from all indications, both will be successful due to that key ingredient, your participation.
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1967
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DR. JON GOLDSMITH
R. STEPHEN CHEHEYL JR.
For the past three years Jonathan Dana has been producing, directing, and editing a feature length documentary film, Sandstone, scheduled for release this spring.
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1968
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DAVID LORING
JOHN S. ENGELMAN
Alumni Fund Drives have a way of bringing classmates together by mail, phone, and in person - a great time of year to catch up on people, to ponder the past and future of ourselves and Dartmouth. It is also a time for us to
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1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
THOMAS M. PARKS
Anglophile Doran Doeh writes from London that he completed an Oxford degree in 1970, then ran luxury tours for a Diners' Club subsidiary in Morocco. Doran later returned to England where he was "called to" the Bar of England
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1970
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PETER S. LINTON
KEVIN M. CUNNINGHAM
Classmate Gary B. Malone was fatally injured in a fall while climbing a volcano on the Italian island of Stromboli on March 21. Gary was a doctoral candidate in geology at the College, and was doing field research with
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1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
JEFFREY K. McELNEA
We have little to report this month; it seems almost everyone in the Class has been too busy giving to the Alumni Fund to do anything else.
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1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
FRANK E. SULLIVAN JR.
May - and baseball season is in full swing with all systems go. Since my prognostications last year were not exactly perfect, I'll refrain, despite urging from Ghort, from making any this year.
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1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES L. SULLIVAN
Me hearty '73s -
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1974
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RICHARD G. WOOLWORTH JR.
CHRISTOPHER C. GATES
"Stanford is the Dartmouth of the East," claimed one Big Greener in a letter, so I venstatement's veracity. One sunny day I was leisurely jogging on the Stanford track and behind me a heavy-breathing runner yelled "track."
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Award to Brace '25
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1925's Lloyd Brace was honored with the presentation of the Alumni Award April 1 at the 11th annual banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Greater Boston at the Marriott Motor Hotel in Newton. Alumni Council President
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Alumni Council Cites Truxton Brittan '29
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Trunkie Brittan '29 received the Alumni Award at the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of the Upper Valley on April 11. Presentation was made by J. Michael McGean '49, Council Secretary, accompanied by this citation:
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Alumni Council Honors Judson Pierson '33
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Jud Pierson '33 was given the Alumni Award at the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of the Upper Valley on April 11. J. Michael McGean '49, Alumni Council secretary, made the presentation with this citation:
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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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THE FLYING WING is the simplest possible flying device. Having no fuselage, stablizer or rudder, its stable speed range is limited, and it is more than ordinarily susceptible to disturbances. On the other hand, its lack of parasite
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