Issue: 19751101

Saturday, November 1, 1975
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The Grant: our own wilderness and 4,000 cords a year, too (page 24)
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Dartmouth Alumni College
Dartmouth Alumni College
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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COVER
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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A Life's Sermon
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Executive Newsweek
Executive Newsweek
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Woodstock Inn
Woodstock Inn
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Arthur T. Gregorian Inc.
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DARTMOUTH WATCH
DARTMOUTH WATCH
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Silver Spray Club
Silver Spray Club
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Dial M for Mogul
Dial M for Mogul
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D.M.S.
DIAL 646-4492, let the phone ring once, and listen: "Hi. This is Torrey Brooks speaking. I'm not in right now but I'd be happy to return your call."
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JOHN CLOUGH
JOHN CLOUGH
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THE BURNING LOG
THE BURNING LOG
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CHIPP
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Books
Reviews
Tears and Tinkhamtown
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NELSON BRYANT '46
It has been a matter of fascination to me to speculate what determines how much of a person's knowledge, capacity for love, wit, and intellectual
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Books
Reviews
King-Maker or Chaos-Maker
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JAMES L. FARLEY '42
Over the years a great many people have wondered what one could - or should - do about William Loeb and his strident newspaper, the Manchester Union Leader. Various newspaper and periodical pieces have treated the subject,
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Reviews
Assaying the Market
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DONALD F. SAWYER '21
David Sargent's book is full of sound advice for novice and sophisticated investor alike, no easy matter in the complex field of investment. His clear-cut and informal style makes it almost impossible for a reader not to understand
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Dartmouth Authors
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Wilcomb E. Washburn '48. The Assault onIndian Tribalism: The General Allotment Law[Dawes Act) of 1887, Lippincott, 1975. Softbound. 79 pp. $2.75. With the nation's Bicentennial in 1976, some Americans now realize that a century ago the
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ROBERTS FLOWERS
ROBERTS FLOWERS
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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The College
The College
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"IN the evening, an elaborate torchlight parade of undergraduates and alumni . . . marched through the village, and this event was followed by speeches by various members of the alumni delivered from a stand on the college green."
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The College
Refugees
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Early this month six Southeast Asian refugees joined the Dartmouth community under the sponsorship of the Tucker Foundation. Three of the six are students and three are employees of the College, working in the service departments.
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The College
Mellon Grant
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The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has made a grant of $650,000 to the College for the support of non-tenured teaching positions in the humanities.
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The College
Good Information
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Bud Weymouth '20, who has been delighting the College and Hanover communities for years with his annual report of doings at the Chamber of Commerce information booth on the Green, continued the tradition with his swan song.
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The College
Fair Tuck
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The Tuck School, oldest graduate school of business administration in the country, embarked on its fourth quartercentury last month with a new set of superlatives in its wake.
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The College
Senior Fellows
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Six men and four women of the Class of 1976 comprise this year's group of Senior Fellows.
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The College
Happily Chastened
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Sid Hayward '26 and Corey Ford were close friends, enjoying that special companionshiop that comes during countless hours searching for the Great Trout and the Golden Day in the field. They even saw eye-to-eye on dogs - their
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Give a Rouse for –
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DEAN R. GIDNEY '36, appointed President of Potash Company of America.
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OBESITY
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MARy BISHOP ROSS
This age-old scourge afflicts half of all Americans. A Medical School team explores causes and cures.
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Some Faults, Some Solid Achievements
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M.B.R.
The Native American Program
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Fairly Faced
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WILLIAM W. COOK
IN mid-October the author, an associate professor of English, joined History Professor Jere Daniell '55 at a two-day Dartmouth Seminar in the foothills of the Berkshires. This was the fifth annual seminar for alumni on the theme of "The Nature of New England' (some eight or ten similar sessions are held around the country annually), and this time the faculty discussed small-town and rural New England in the period after the Civil War; the decline of New England as an economic and cultural center and its effect on the literature produced by such "regionalists" as Frost, Dickinson, Robinson, Wharton, and Metalious (Grace). The responses of the participants, says Professor Cook, ranged from resentment at what was perceived to be an assault on the image of 'the crusty Yankee farmer' and the 'white nun of Amherst' to delight in finding poets who were a reflection of real New England life, who wrote of specific deaths rather than DEA TH, the realities of a declining economy rather than DECLINE. This view of the darker side of the poets certainly disturbed those readers who had cherished the poets as proof that most modern poetry in its obsession with tragedy and failure, its 'violation of the rules of poetry,' was way off base. In short, it was an exciting exchange, one which I look forward to repeating."
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 61
Man in the Flying Machine
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M.B.R.
EVERETT W. WOOD '38 is a resident of Hanover. True, a traveling man, he's out of town a lot, but "I'm at home there, whether I'm there or not."
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 61
Fresh Man in Washington
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D.M.S.
It was a year after Watergate and PAUL E. TSONGAS '62, freshman Congressman from Massachusetts, was trying to describe the great surge of idealism and purpose that accompanied the Kennedy Administration into office.
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A Delicate Balance
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DAN NELSON
RIVERMEN no longer dance lightly over logs floating down the Swift and Dead Diamond Rivers into the Magalloway and the Androscoggin, and lumber jacks no longer drive horses or use cross-cut saws in the 42-square-mile forest
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Silly Season
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DAVID M. SHRIBMAN '76
Not long ago I found some real treasures in a pile of junk at home that included a 1964 Red Sox yearbook, a pamphlet on Project Mercury and an envelope from the admissions office at Williams College.
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Big Green Teams
Winning in the Rain
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ON a dreary Saturday in mid-October the rain was falling, and it appeared that the roof was doing likewise to Tom Griffith's soccer team.
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Big Green Teams
Football: Six Easy Piećes
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IN the afterglow of a 19-14 victory over Penn, Dartmouth's 100 th against an Ivy League team since 1956, and on the eve of a duel with Brown, a team that arrived in quest of its first win in Hanover since 1928 and its first
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Big Green Teams
'The Season Is Over'
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JACK DEGANGE
FOOTBALL coaches, for all their guarded optimism, guarded pessimism, couched phrases and predictions of gloom, doom, and disaster, usually have a reasonably good measure of the talents of their players and their opponents.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMQN W. FARWELL
On September 1 our class president celebrated his 95th birthday with a family gathering at his home in Pittsfield, N.H., but to the citizens of the town a more general observance was essential. So, on Sunday, the 7th, they took
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1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
ARTHUR B. BARNES
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder," thus there are some very fond hearts around here with only two letters all month.
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Reginald H. and Molly Colley were in attendance at committee meetings of the American Wood Preservers Association held in Minneapolis, Minn., the last of September. Reg had written some papers for discussions and thoroughly
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1910
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WHITNEY H. EASTMAN
LEON B. KENDALL
Bones Jones and his wife Rena spent a few weeks in Sebasco, Me., this summer. Their two sons and families spent part of the time with them, celebrating Rena's 80th birthday.
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1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
DONALD A. CHENEY
Another sad loss in the all too rapidly diminishing ranks of 1911 was recorded in the recent passing of Reverend Ernest E. Morrill. See the obituary section in this issue. Our deepest sympathy to his widow Cora and all other
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1912
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STANLEY B. WELD, M.D.
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
Henry Bailey Stevens has done it again! 'This time it is Para-Desa (meaning a walled garden), a modern version and a sequel to his previous book, The Recovery of Culture. It is an epical long poem in clear iambic pentameter
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1913
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HOWARD STOUGHTON
ROBERT O. CONANT
Luella Ball (Mrs. Howard T.) has been an active member of the Republican Women's Club for many years and recently gave a talk at the summer board meeting of the New Hampshire Federation of Women's Clubs in regard to the Crusade
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1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ARTHUR S. WHEELOCK
Looking again into the Crystal Ball we were able to discover that the following men, whose birthdays fall in November, were born under the sign of Scorpio, the Scorpion: Campion, Foss,Piatt, Brown, and Austin, while Saltmarsh and
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1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
Recently I have come across neighbors who have had contacts, in earlier years with 1915 classmates. Our friend, born and raised in Wisconsin, had been a high school classmate of Ed Mabie. Even in those days Ed was a leading
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1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
JAMES H. COLTON
Looking back over the lives of those who have been furnishing their life stories indicates that the Class has made a record in the distinguished services to education by Alvin Caiman, Upsala College, Roy Burghardt, Pittsburgh Public
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1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
A most interesting letter has just been received from classmate Hal Walker who hails from Marblehead, known as the sailing suburb of Lynn, Mass. A recent report about TracyDibble prompted me to acknowledge a letter. Referring to
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1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
DONALD L. BARR
Paul Miner tells of a recent visit to AndyScarlett '10. Andy has been pretty much confined to his high rise apartment in Clearwater for several years.
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1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
CHESTER W. DeMOND
Life in Northwestern Connecticut this past summer has not been "all work and no play." Taking advantage of their trip home from Acworth, N.H., to 80 Park Avenue, New York City, we invited Nick and Dorothy Sandoe to stop for a
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1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
It is a part of the duty of the secretary to report diminutions in the ranks of our classmates and their wives. Belatedly we learned of the demise of Charles Russell Keep in December 1974; more recently, the passing of Carl K.
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1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
THOMAS W. STALEY
JOHN HURD '21
The reunion over the Penn Week End was greened up a bit by the appearance on 1921 lapels, both male and female, of 2¼ inch Indian Head Buttons with WAH HOO WAH in large letters, visible at a distance of 250 yards. The motivation
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1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
The frost is on the pumpkin, a new academic year is under way, 1,058 freshmen have listened to Prof. Jere Daniell's lecture on the history of Dartmouth and are now hitting the books. Maybe all this environmental cerebration spurs
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1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
THEODORE R. MINER
If you're curious about the current early fall Hanover scene, the following from Ted Barstow will bring you up to date:
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1924
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DANA P. BENT
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
Congratulations to Louise and Tup Tupper on the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary on September 5. It was suitably observed with their children, grandchildren, and neighbors. Let's hope many more of us have the
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1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
MOTT A. GARLOCK
Don Hunt was married on September 16 to Mrs. Barbara Helen Bogardus. The wedding took place in Sodus Point, N.Y., while they were visiting Ed and Frances Burns whose son- in-law performed the ceremony. Ed acted as best man. Don
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
Class treasurer Jack Roberts, having harvested a fine crop of vegetables from his 10' x 10' garden at his home in Southbury, Conn., has now sown dues bills over the wide U.S.A. area and is already gathering in the sheaves including
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1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
HARRY D. CUMMINS
The annual fall reunion the second weekend in October continues to be an outstanding success. Among the 80 who made advance reservations were: Charlie and Gladys Allen, Tom and Marion Anglem, Doane and Marie Arnold, Chuck and
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The 18th annual '28 fall reunion starts today in Norwich but a lively group arrived yesterday (Thursday) and found their way to Herb andMimi Sensenig's house on Beaver Meadow Road in Norwich in the evening. Wat Dickerman had
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1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
We are all indebted to Irving Levitas for his excellent article in the May issue of this magazine on the value of exercise in reducing the danger from heart attacks. There is a natural tendency to cut down physical activity as
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON
Buck Steers won't take no for an answer when he invites you to attend our 46th, June 14-17. His reunion committee will be meeting in Woodstock before the Penn game. For Helene and Larry Richmond, Great Neck is now only a jumping
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
SHEP WOLFF
Increasingly it becomes a struggle to get the column out on time. So many conflicts of interest - reseeding the new lawn, chopping pine branches for early autumn burning in our three stoves, bringing in the heavy birch and maple
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1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
EVERETT P. HOKANSON
Early returns on reunion plans are promisingly heavy on the positive side. With definite plans to Be There are the Bill Bristers,Jim and Amy Corbett, the Dr. Bob Dickeys, Artand Dobbie Allen (natch), Mike and Alice Cardozo. Postcards
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1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
ALEXANDER S. CUNNINGHAM
After losing to the University of Massachusetts for a second year in a row, the football team has demonstrated that it has both the offensive and defensive potential for an exciting and successful season by a 28-8 win over Holy
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1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
We'll start off with address changes which didn't fit last month's space:
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1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
C. HALL COLTON
Just back home from our fall reunion after three days of the nicest foliage viewing weather you could possibly imagine and another delightful assembly of some of the finest people you know!
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON JR.
EDWARD W. HIGBEE 3rd
The story of our times, at least from the point of view of our Class, seems to be retirement. Perhaps that is not quite the proper word in many cases because the individuals involved frequently seem to take on other projects that
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
We do not normally try to involve ourselves in this column unless we have special news. We do. Last June Katie and I drove to Virginia Beach for our younger son's wedding. Bill is Navy Air RIO (Radar Intercept Officer) flying
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
AUGUST R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
It's hard to live in Maine, or anywhere in northern New England, and not mention the fall foliage. I realize that by the time you read this they won't be, but right now the leaves are truly gorgeous, as those of you who live here
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
CORNWALL MILLER
We know we promised a report on the October 11 Reunion in this issue, but as usual we had not properly calculated our timeing on the deadline. At this moment we can only report that we slipped over to nearby Amherst and saw the
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194O
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
DONALD G. RAINE
To anyone who returned for our 35th a couple of springs ago and sampled the fare arranged by Creight Holden, there could only be a knowing nod of approval over the decision of President Ford to appoint our reunion chairman of '74 to
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Class Notes
1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
The 35th Reunion will be held in June, 1977, and Dutch Cotton has just agreed to be its chairman (having been gently dragooned by a committee headed by Class President Ed McMillan). Long interested in class and college
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1942
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RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
A. JAMES O'MARA
Japan's gain is our loss! On August 15th our good class secretary, Dr. Stu Finch and his lovely wife Pat, and daughter Polly returned to Japan. Stu is taking a two-year leave of absence from Yale School of Medicine to become the
4719181_19751101_000079.xml
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
PAUL F. YOUNG
A very wet but highly successful informal reunion was held in Hanover and environs on October 11-12. Although there were no Friday night festivities, the weekend started Saturday morning with a class meeting which 19 hardy
4719181_19751101_000080.xml
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
Up feeding the trout in our pond this morning, and there was a blue heron munching away - on salamanders, I suppose (and hope). A first; we've never had a heron before. Then two nice plump pheasants on the stone wall as we
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1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
JOHN C. OSBORN
I first became acquainted with our New England climate when I went to Vermont Academy, where Winter Carnival was invented and copied the following year by Dartmouth. Coming from a semi-tropical climate, I was impressed with the
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Class Notes
1946
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DONALD E. FURBER
EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
Fall is supposed to mean the start of a new academic year, but as an interested observer in Hanover, it is really hard to tell when one year ends and another begins. The four semester program creates some of this feeling, but a most
4719181_19751101_000083.xml
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
NORMAN S. FINK, Esq.
The news front is relatively quiet this month, a situation I hope will be short-lived: Cards, notes, pictures - news of family, job or vacation - that's what we're looking for. Let other '47s know what you're doing, pul-eese.
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
LOUIS N. PERRY
Another autumn. Already the hardwoods on Velvet Rocks have taken on their bright hues of red, yellow, and everything in between. Already Dartmouth men and women are gathering once again in all the places in Hanover where people
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Class Notes
1949
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CHARLES SCHUETZ
CHARLES S. KILNER
The fall reunion was a great success. Good football and many faces we haven't seen for a long time. About 35 classmates were back. We quickly emptied a keg in the Faculty Lounge in Hopkins Memorial after the bonfire Friday
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
EDWARD TUCK II
Summer ended today.
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1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
MERLE L. THORPE
"Buck" Scott's 25th Reunion Committee is in high gear. After an initial meeting in late June, they worked over the summer so that they were in fact in high gear by their second meeting in late September. If you're not in Hanover
4719181_19751101_000088.xml
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Class Notes
1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
STEPHEN R. PARKHURST
Each year when we return to Hanover for the early October class activities, the beautiful fall foliage, and the college events (not just limited to the football game by any means) we wish it would be possible for everyone to share
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
DONALD C. SMITH
The football season is drawing to a close. We've had some outstanding class get-togethers every weekend. I think it will be better to write all the details in the Newsletter.
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
RICHARD D. BARKER
Our earlier columns missed one of the great highlights of the summer, a two-column picture of Dr. Bob Pallatroni in the New Bedford, Mass., Standard-Times. The occasion for this photograph was Bob's loss in the 24th annual
4719181_19751101_000091.xml
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Class Notes
1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
JOHN G. DEMAS
Buck Kuttner has recently been elected head of the Essex County New Jersey Park Commission. This is one of the nation's finest park systems and it is therefore a signal honor for him. The county includes many of the New York
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Class Notes
1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
ROBERT R. FAULKNER
With our first class column of this year I have the feeling that we are barrelling down on our twentieth reunion in Hanover in June. What with the coincidence of Bicentennial activities throughout the country it probably means that
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Class Notes
1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
JOHNS. DONNELLY
After the biggest Homecoming Weekend bonfire ever, the class executive committee met at the Hanover Inn. Reunion chairman George Southwick has obviously done his homework well in planning our 20th Reunion. The dates: June 18, 19
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Class Notes
1958
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STANELY A. BEILEY
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
The big news for our Class is that our own Ralph N. Manuel has been named the seventh Dean of the College. Ralph succeeds Carroll W. Brewster who was dean since 1969 and who resigned this summer to become president of Hollins
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
BARRY R. BLAKE
Since many of the New England people would be visiting with each other at Big Green football games during the course of the Fall (and hopefully many others as we plan a series of tailgating functions at the games), I thought it
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM H. MCCARTER JR.
ARNOLD E. SIGLER
Fall seems to arrive earlier each year. The foliage had peaked in Hanover when Alice and I and the kids arrived for the Holy Cross game, and the temperature more closely resembles mid-November which is about the time you will
4719181_19751101_000097.xml
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
HENRY EBERHARDT
This month we are pleased to begin by presenting the second of two parts from a long and interesting letter by Bob Lieblich. The first part dealt with Bob's travels since leaving Hanover. This second part presents his impressions
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
EDWARD FALKENBERG
For those of you who missed the Brown game, you also missed the first nor'easter of the year. Great time to take the kids to their first Dartmouth game. Six inches of water and more coming by the minute. It wasn't a complete
4719181_19751101_000099.xml
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Class Notes
1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
CHARLES T. PARTON
The great conundrum of our times - do old soccer goalies just fade away? - has been answered: They just fade away. The pooped proof is George Scott, who stopped here with his family while retreating back to Riverside, Conn.,
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
STEVEN D. BLECHER
You Guys are not going to believe this, but on September 25, 1975 your class executive committee (Ho-Hum) had a meeting (line up: Bob Bartles, president; me; Carl Du Rei; Ron Schram; Scott Creelman). I do not want to disclose
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
JAMES P. SCOTT III
Carrying our memories of Reunion along with suitcases, dog, and two kids, Anne and I hit Middlebury's Breadloaf Campus for her 10th reunion on September 18. Entering the dimly lit dining hall, we searched the mass of faces for
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
PAULA A. BABCOCK III
And just where did Reunion Chairman DonGraves and Margot go after Reunion last spring? London, where Don was honored by K.S.A., Inc. as the top corporate salesman. And where did Don go next? To the Eastern Region Sales Manager's
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Class Notes
1967
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DR. JONATHAN GOLDSMITH
CAPT. JEFFREY M. ZIMMERMAN
Dr, Dan Gould is the author of "Immune Complex Nephropathy in Schistosomiasis," a main article in the August, 1975 Annals ofInternal Medicine. Dan is a nephrologist at the transplantation unit of the Massachusetts General Hospital
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
LT. MARK D. WATERHOUSE
Most of the news this month is somewhat dated (came in with class dues), but nevertheless, voluminous. Congratulations to Dr. Joe Colgan, recognized for "outstanding achievement in internal medicine" at the Mayo Graduate School
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
ROBERT F. HOUSER
The collective "we" hope that your summer was restful and enjoyable. With luck and plenty of input from "our" fellow '69s, this year's column will set informational records. We are off to a fairly decent start.
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
MARK A. PFEIFFER
The news this month comes from a variety of sources. Special thanks go to Tom English for his welcome letter detailing the activities of classmates. Tom is what's known in the trade as a lifesaver. He reports that Harry Morgan and
4719181_19751101_000107.xml
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Class Notes
1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
ROBERT B. SCHNABEL
Another month closer to Reunion . . . mark the weekend of June 18-20 on your calendar toay (if you haven't already).
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Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
DAVID J. FRIEND
Football replaces baseball and turkeys (with wings) replace hamburgers and hotdogs. Since Thanksgiving and the beginning of the holidays are upon us, I have to bow to the spirit of the season . . . and refrain from dumping all over
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES T. BROWN
Ahoy, me swabbies!
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Class Notes
1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
JACK E. THOMAS JR.
In the midst of falling leaves and hopes of a full season's snow, another fall is rushing by us. By the time of this publication, our minireunion, or megatailgate, will have been a success, thanks to everyone, but especially
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
ROBERT H. HITTLE
The brilliant autumn foliage is now in the Band G leaf bags and soon, if not already, the crunch of feet on snow will be most prevalent on the Hanover Plain. The football season is winding down in its final weeks, and preparations
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Obituary
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 month.)
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THE EDITORS
THE title: "Harvest in Hamburgerland." The place: not Bakersfield but West Lebanon — some five miles south of Hanover. The 20th century is lapping at the shores of Dartmouth. Will the vaunted "sense of place" be submerged by
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