Issue: 19751201

Monday, December 1, 1975
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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JAMES CAMPION, INC.
JAMES CAMPION, INC.
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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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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Responsibility: Two Views
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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COVER
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Silver Spray Club
Silver Spray Club
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4719181_19751201_000008.xml
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5
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Executive Newsweek
Executive Newsweek
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4719181_19751201_000009.xml
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6
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The Aristocrat of Wood
The Aristocrat of Wood
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4719181_19751201_000010.xml
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ROBERTS FLOWERS
ROBERTS FLOWERS
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4719181_19751201_000011.xml
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Woodstock Inn
Woodstock Inn
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Lakes Quechee, Vermont
Lakes Quechee, Vermont
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4719181_19751201_000013.xml
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Webster associates
Webster associates
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8,9
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Inn Greeters With a Window on the Green
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DAVID SHRIBMAN '76
CHARLIE Balch is getting to be like a lot of the old timers. When he gets his copy of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, he turns to the back. "I always flip to the obituary section first," he says, "because I want to see how many of the old
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Vantage Press, Inc.,
Vantage Press, Inc.,
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Strafford Associates, Inc.
Strafford Associates, Inc.
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4719181_19751201_000017.xml
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shopping international
shopping international
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DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB
DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB
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Books
Reviews
Philoprogenitive Bird
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JOHN HURD '21
As a Dartmouth undergraduate, he gave President Hopkins a headache by his championship of the Vermont marble quarry strikers. Tough-minded, bellicose, Budd Schulberg praises boxing passionately and exposes extortion on the
4719181_19751201_000020.xml
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10,11
Books
Reviews
Philoprogenitive Man
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JAMES L. FARLEY '42
A man who deliberately starts out to write, for public consumption, about his family (and particularly about his children) is, to put not too fine a point upon it, a temerarious man. He runs all sorts of risks. The public will find
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Books
Reviews
River Flowing
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LOUIS L. CORNELL
Nobody knows exactly where the river begins, but sentiment and tradition favor a tiny lake on the shoulder of Mount Marcy called Tear of the Clouds. This is the Hudson as the hiker knows it - - a newborn stream chattering down the
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Books
Reviews
Eavesdropping
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THOMAS S. SCOTT-CRAIG
When you encounter this book, you will be eavesdropping on a conversation. The participants are Ego and Alter, a professor and a student. You as reader may be called Alter-Ego. All three are supposed to get to know one another;
4719181_19751201_000023.xml
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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Henry Bailey Stevens '12. Para-Desa. Introduction by Richard Eberhart '26. Vegetarian World. Hardcover, $5; paperback, $3. In this modern version of Paradise Lost the word Para-Desa comes literally from the Persian Pairidaeza,
4719181_19751201_000024.xml
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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4719181_19751201_000025.xml
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The College
The College
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The policy of this magazine is to publish all letters-to-the-editor and all advertisements that do not violate a general sense of accuracy and good taste. The issue comes up because of a recent question concerning our selection
4719181_19751201_000026.xml
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12,13
Article
The College
Replacing Old Faithful
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Sometime this month a truck will stop outside the Kiewit Computation Center, some men will unload some boxes, and a new stage in Dartmouth's computer story will begin. The boxes will contain $2.4 million worth of computer
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Article
The College
For the Trustees: Input
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When the Trustees meet in January to consider, among other issues, the male-female ratio of students - whether it ought to be changed; and, if so, when and to what degree - they will be the beneficiaries of a plethora of what
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Article
The College
Best Man
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When Addison L. Winship II '42 was a freshman, his classmates - in prophetic judgment - deemed him the best man among the 676 to handle class finances and elected him their treasurer. Last month the Trustees of the College
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The College
First Fellow
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The Class of 1930 Fellowship was established by class members who hoped the College would continue Ernest Martin Hopkins' tradition of inviting distinguished men and women to Hanover to deliver a major address and spend several
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The College
Sliding Honors
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If you've been following things closely on college campuses, or if your daughter or son inexplicably brings home grades a lot better than yours were, you probably already know that inflation is not a problem that's plaguing only
4719181_19751201_000031.xml
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14,15
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The College
Goals Approved
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Dartmouth's Affirmative Action Plan was officially accepted by the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare this fall term. According to Margaret Bonz, affirmative action officer, the plan is an "outline for action"
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The College
The Budget
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Dartmouth's overall expense budget for 1975-76, approved by the Trustees at their November meeting and also scrutinized by the Council on Budgets and Priorities, amounts to just under $57.3 million. That figure includes
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The College
Rx
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For cabin fever sufferers our man in the alumni office, Dr. Stuart, prescribes a two-week Alumni College tour to Mexico and the Mayan ruins of the Yucatan or, for those requiring a less drastic cure, taking part in the Green
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Article
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Give a Rouse for –
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THOMAS HALE HAM M.D. '27, given the Abraham Flexner Award for distinguished service to medical education.
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16,17,18
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High On Your Dial
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DAN NELSON
It's worth the trip as WDCR spawns an FM sister station
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18
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Waking Up With Brian Fuld
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D.N.
"GOOD morning! You're listening to the Daybreak show with Brian Fuld." The Daybreak show is a regular WDCR feature, broadcast five days a week from six until nine every morning. Fuld, the professional-sounding announcer
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Feature
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Dartmouth Radical Union
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M.B.R.
OPTIONS & ALTERNATIVES
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20,21,22,23
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Quite Contrary
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SAMUEL PICKERING
Planning to give the little nipper a gift of reading from the good old days? Don't.
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 62
Santa & Son
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Yes, Virginia, there is an ARTHUR RUGGLES. TO be precise, there are two of them, '37 and '66, and they make up what is probably the only father-son Santa Claus team in the country.
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 62
Jazz Man
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M.B.R.
Balaban & Katz. If you're that certain age or beyond, the names will ring a bell, conjure up recollections of early days of movie palaces, when the flicks were entertainment rather than Art.
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The Assault On Quebec
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LEWIS STILWELL
This account, by the late Lewis Stilwell, professor of history at Dartmouth from 1916-59, is the second in a series describing pivotal engagements during the Revolution. The assault on Quebec took place in late December 1775, shortly after Benedict Arnold's heroic, if ill-planned, march northward through the uncharted New Hampshire wilderness. After occupying Aspen Point, a few miles from the Citadel, Arnold's tattered force soon linked up with the troops of General Richard Montgomery, who had taken Montreal in November. The prize was all of Canada, and against grim odds - obvious even to the Americans - the fight was joined in a pre-dawn snowstorm on the last day of the year.
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
A Dorm Is Not a Home
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DAN NELSON '75
HOUSING has been a problem for as long as I've been a student. At first the problem was simple. There were too many students and too few beds. The solution, for a while, was simply to jam more students into available space.
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Big Green Teams
Giveth and Taketh Away
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REMEMBER, back in 1971, how you laughed and lorded it over your friends from Cambridge after Ted Perry kicked the 46-yard field goal as the clock ran to zero and Dartmouth escaped from Harvard Stadium with a 16-13 win?
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Article
Big Green Teams
We're All Right, Jack
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D.M.S.
IT is, its partisans say, a simple sport. You don't need a helmet and shoulder pads, Waterboys and a press box, or even cheerleaders and a marching band. All you really need to play rugby are a ball and a field and, if you take
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Big Green Teams
Very Green Grass
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JACK DE GANGE
AFTER beating Penn in its first Ivy League game in mid-October, Dartmouth's soccer team lost tough decisions to Brown and Connecticut (two teams that went on to the NCAA regional tournament finals) and to Harvard. As
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Class Notes
Alumni Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM A. CARTER '20
Secretary, 2549 East Beryl Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. 85028
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Alumni Clubs
Northern California
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ROBERT B. ALLEN '33
Secretary, 7 Palm Court Larkspur, Calif. 94939
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Alumni Clubs
Princeton
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WILLIAM L. WILSON '31
Secretary, 225 Jefferson Road Princeton, N.J. 08540
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Alumni Clubs
Western New York
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WILLIAM McCLUNG '60
Secretary, 369 Hunters Lane Williamsville, N.Y. 14221
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Alumni Clubs
Portland
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R. MICHAEL DALEY
President, R.F.D. 2, Box 90 Freeport, Me. 04032
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Alumni Clubs
Detroit
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GREGORY C. LAU '69
Secretary, 5762, Limestone Drive Troy, Michigan 48084
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36
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Alumni Clubs
Southern Tier
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VALERIE J. ARMENTO '73
Secretary, 419 Hughes Hall Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. 14853 (607) 256-6989
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36
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Alumni Clubs
Japan
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JOSIAH STEVENSON IV '57
Secretary, 8-16, Mejior 3-chome Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan
4719181_19751201_000054.xml
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36
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Alumni Clubs
Paris
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GEORGE B. BOSWELL '39
President, 172 Blvd Bineau 92 Neuilly, France
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Club Officers of the Year
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Robert S. Morris '36 and Harry Bruckner Jr. '60 were named Dartmouth Club President and Secretary of the Year, respectively, at the Club Officers Banquet last month in Hanover.
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Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
The secretary's book has profited by a recent gift from Chet Studwell's son, who sent various items which his father had accumulated while in college, also a number of reunion photographs.
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Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
ARTHUR H. LEAVITT
Your secretary has received word that (Catherine Redington, wife of Theodore, passed away this summer after they had been married 66 years as of April this year. They were living at the Lakes Region Convalescent Center on
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
ARTHUR B. BARNES
The Class will please come to order.
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Ralph Byron Clement died in his sleep on August 21, after years of declining health caused by arteriosclerosis. An obituary will appear in this or a later Magazine.
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Class Notes
1910
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WHITNEY EASTMAN
LEON B. KENDALL
Malcolm Stanton who spent his freshman year with us writes that he is now 87½ and feels quite well except for arthritis which makes writing difficult. He and his wife moved to Friendship Manor Rest Home in New Ipswich, N.H., in
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
DONALD A. CHENEY
The toll of departed classmates continues to mount. Recently news came of the death of Lester H. Gibson in Florida. His obituary is included in this issue. This reduces the total number of surviving members to 36.
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Class Notes
1912
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DR. STANLEY B. WELD
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
"Fourscore and twenty, that's a plenty, But the Twelvers don't give up; Find life's nectar still is heady. Want the last drop in the cup."
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Class Notes
1913
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HOWARD STOUGHTON
ROBERT O. CONANT
Alan B. Shepard Hon. '13 and Louise attended the housewarming of Vice President Nelson Rockefeller and Mrs. Rockefeller in Washington, D.C., and then flew to the Mountain House in Whitefield, N.H. to celebrate the birthday
4719181_19751201_000064.xml
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38,39
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
REV. ARTHUR S. WHEELOCK
After consulting with the three 'wise men' and our official astrologer we perceive that the following men, whose birthdays fall in December, were born under the sign of Sagitarius, the Archer,: Donovan, Curtis, and Hallet,
4719181_19751201_000065.xml
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
This column is being written just after the Yale game and one cannot help but feel the disappointment of the Dartmouth fans, when they felt that victory was in their grasp, to have it snatched away by the last play of the game.
4719181_19751201_000066.xml
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
JAMES H. COLTON
To lose any member of the Class is a sad event but to lose the Class President E. Parker Hayden is 9 class tragedy. His letter to the class secretary gave an outline of his planned activities for a weekend - Penn-Dartmouth game
4719181_19751201_000067.xml
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
One interesting thing about writing class notes is that you have forgotten what you have written by the time they come out in print, and everything has happened anyway. So by the time you read these lines, the football season
4719181_19751201_000068.xml
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39
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Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
DONALD L. BARR
Word has just been received of the death of Syl Morey, chairman of our executive committee, following a rather long illness. The obituary will be in this or the following issue.
4719181_19751201_000069.xml
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39,40
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Class Notes
1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
CHESTER W. DeMOND
Harriett and I attended the Holy Cross game in Hanover October 4. I made a list and Jigger Merrill sent me his. By combining the two I found that 1919 was represented by 45 (forty-five) faithful rooters. There were 23 classmates
4719181_19751201_000070.xml
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40,41
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
Laddie Myers was there! Where? At our 55th Reunion, June 6-8, 1975 in Hanover. Moreover, he made the welkin ring at our class banquet, joining other songsters at our head table in nostalgic songs. And he was at Loon Mountain,
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Class Notes
1921
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HAROLD F. BRAMAN
THOMAS W. STALEY
JOHN HURD '21
In the Hanover and Norwich areas Ralph andCaroline Steiner, a novelist, wield considerable aesthetic and literary power. In the Norwich Arts Association and also with the Parish Players, Caroline has recently directed a reading of
4719181_19751201_000072.xml
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41,42
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Jupiter Pluvius was the only unwelcome guest in Hanover for the festive Penn game weekend. He arrived early Saturday morning and pelted the campus all day. But Jupiter did not prevent Dartmouth from winning its 100th Ivy League
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
DR. THEODORE MINER
October weekends were complete washouts weatherwise. In doleful and unremitting sequence the Penn, Brown, and Harvard games were played in downpours. We hate to admit it but on two Saturdays we left the stands before the end of
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
Another successful fall get-together (the 16th at Bonnie Oaks) has taken place, with due allowance for the rain which dampened outdoor activities, and which kept many of us away from Alumni Stadium. The attendance at Bonnie Oaks
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
MOTT A. GARLOCK
The weekend of October 10 and 11 witnessed the second Hanover gathering of this year for 1925. Including as it did Dartmouth Night, a meeting of the class executive committee, the football game with Penn and a class dinner
4719181_19751201_000076.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
1926 rejoices that the 29 classmates, wives, and friends who were present in Hanover for the Penn game and the 71 who attended the Harvard game activities in Cambridge (making a total of an even 100) had the courage and the
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Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
HARRY B. CUMMINGS
Present at the executive committee meeting in Hanover October 9 were President Ken Murray, Paul Hannah, Chuck Baker, Tom Gillespie, Sam Wormser, Frank Strong, Coggie Broer, Rog Bury, Don McCall, Howie Mullin, Hale Ham, and Jay
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The 1975 fall reunion of the Class was the best ever, with 60 present at the cocktail party and dinner in the Norwich Inn on Saturday night October 11 following the victory over Penn.
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1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
Many thanks for the news notes you are sending to Jack Hubbard - they are a big help to Harry Baehr and me. Here is the first batch:
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON JR.
A nice intra family Christmas gift would be his and hers trips to Hanover for our 45th, June 14-17. At Woodstock in October, Buck Steers outlined the program for this Bicentennial affair, and you can't afford to miss it.
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1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
SHEP WOLFF
Doug Woodring, busy planning our 45th Reunion next June, still finds time to send some personal news. He says "We had a nice visit from Bernie and Betty Boyle, who had just finished a round of golf at Oyster Harbor. Bernie says
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1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR.
EVERETT P. HOKANSON
You were well represented by the '32 contingent that marched, nicely aligned in the acoustical sense, between the Lebanon High School band and the Mink Brook Six, in Hanover's Dartmouth Night torchlight parade. The Class of '79
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1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
ALEXANDER S. CUNNINGHAM
With the holiday season upon us, your class officers send their greetings and wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a better year in 1976.
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1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
June and I wish all of you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
C. HALL COLTON
President Harry Ferries has just announced the appointment of Al Dodd as head class agent for the upcoming Alumni Fund campaign. Al and Minnie now live in Wayne, Pa., from whence we'll all be hearing from him as he takes over
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON
EDWARD W. HIGBEE III
I thought that Halloween night might not be a good night to write this because I'd be interrupted by gangs of "trick or treaters," but no such luck - we've had only six all evening and I can't eat all that candy and stuff that's
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
Fall reunion might be classed as one of the best yet in spite of rain and a few less people. More pertinently we might call it BillBreitinger's Homecoming. He was the central figure. To quickly review - he returned to the hospital
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
AUGUSTUS R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
To your classmate responsible for the promulgation of a column of class notes every month, correspondence from other members of the Amazing Class of 1938 is truly the staff of life, or grist for his mill, to vary the same
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
CORNWALL MILLER
By now you have probably read Walt Darby's report on the fall reunion. Seventy-four folks in all were on hand at the festivities at Bonnie Oakes, and more classmates attended the game in the pouring rain (although let it be said
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1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
DONALD G. RAINIE
For all of us who are parents, Tom Braden has pungently evoked much of the agony and the ecstasy of fatherhood in a slim and delightful book entitled Eight is Enough, just published by Random House.
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1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
DUES DUE!
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1942
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RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
A. JAMES O'MARA
As I told you last month, this column was written in early October (nothing like fresh news!) so if you think I was reaching for something to write about last time ... well, this one will really be a pip (and I don't mean one of
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1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
PAUL F. YOUNG
It's not too .early to start planning for our 35th Reunion which comes about next year (one year early). Although you will all be receiving a letter from President Frank Hartman keep in mind that the fall reunion will be the weekend
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
No question about it: our '44 fall reunion in Hanover October 10-11 was a winner. We beat Penn 19-14. Great group, undaunted by the rain, tail-gating by the Sphinx before the game. A merry band of executive committeemen met in
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1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
JOHN C. OSBORN
Crisp and vivid memories linger on from our fall reunion in Hanover, October 17-19, which included our class executive committee meeting on Friday afternoon, the muddy Brown game the following day (where we were fit to be tied
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1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
DONALD E. FURBER
One of the real advantages of living in Hanover in the fall, quite aside from its abundant natural beauty, is the opportunity to see a number of classmates who return for football weekends. A couple of hectic Saturday afternoons
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1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
NORMAN S. FINK, ESQ.
There are jottings from all over this month, thanks in part to notes sent along with payment of class dues, together with some cards returned to a grateful correspondent.
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1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
LOUIS N. PERRY
The 1975 football season will be long gone and the winter clearly present in Hanover by the time these notes are read by any '48 brethren. The driving wind will be blowing across the still dark campus as today's shivering student
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1949
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CHARLES SCHUETZ
WILLIAM H. H. CHAPMAN
A letter from Jay Evans, from Hampshire College, reports that after 12 years as an admissions officer in Hanover, he is now living a new life as director of recreational athletics at the college in Amherst, Mass. He tells of their
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1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
EDWARD TUCK II
The long day ended well. My daughter, who is taking the fall term off under the Dartmouth Plan, met me at Kennedy after my tiring flight from Geneva. By driving at night we missed the unfolding splendors of the fall foliage. But we
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1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
MERLE L. THORPE
By now each of you should have received a letter advising you that "The Spirit of '51 Is Coming Back" to Hanover for our 25th Reunion, Thursday through Sunday, June 17-20, 1976. PLEASE SEND BACK THAT REPLY POSTCARD IN
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1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
STEPHEN R. PARKHURST
It is not unusual to read of accomplishments of our classmates from press releases sent out by companies and it is always a pleasure to report on facts of this type. Frankly, however, it is even more interesting to read about
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
DONALD C. SMITH
As we come into the Holiday Season, we are long on spirit but short on news. Nevertheless, as we look ahead to the new year, the Bicentennial, the election, our hopes and our aspirations, may the road rise up to meet you, may the
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1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
RICHARD D. BARKER
The class executive committee met at the Woodstock Inn on October 11 for its annual decision-making conference. The fact that no great earthshaking decisions were reached did not decrease the social pleasures of the weekend.
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1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
JOHN G. DEMAS
In response to my recent plea my old buddy John Le Fever wrote a fascinating letter about himself. He has succeeded admirably in a path which very few of us have travelled. His career has spanned writing, teaching, acting, music,
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1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
ROBERT R. FAULKNER
From the point of view of ringing the bell, news that John Van de Kamp was appointed district attorney by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in mid-October is the significant news. John has held a variety of positions
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1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR.
JOHN S. DONNELLY
Film Producer Ron Roth's latest production is Beyond The Bermuda Triangle, starring Fred MacMurry, Sam Groom, and Donna Mills. The film, which premiered in prime time on NBC-TV in early November, was blurbed as "a luxury
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1958
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STANLEY A. BEILEY
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
A well-deserved and highly complimentary editorial concerning Dick Stoddart appeared in the Cleveland Plain Dealer in August. Dick has been "Man of the Year" of the Cleveland Jaycees and Cleveland Kiwanis Club and has been
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1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
BARRY R. BLAKE
The football season is officially behind us (although as I write, I can only report most recently on the Yale game). I was in attendance at the Brown game, about which there has been a '59 LINE newsletter written already. It was a
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1960
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WILLIAM H. MCCARTER JR.
ARNOLD E. SIGLER
Bill Katz wrote me during the summer and noted that in June he joined Health Management Associates as a principal in the Elmsford, N.Y., headquarters. His company is the consulting group of American Health Facilities,
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1961
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ROBERT A. MCINDOE
HENRY EBERHARDT
Congratulations to Bill Zeilman on his appointment as vice president and actuary of Massachusetts General Life Insurance Company in Boston. He joined Mass General Life in July after 14 years with Connecticut
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1963
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KEYIN G. LOWTHER
CHARLES T. PARTON
A combined Christmas present and New Year's resolution for the Class of. '63: Eight bucks for 1975-76 dues, express to Charlie Parton at 8 Heathcliff Road, Rumson, N.J. At this writing, in late October, Charlie is reporting
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
STEVEN D. BLECHER
After long deliberation I finally decided on the format of the monthly column. It will be as follows: 1) Hall of Fame, 2) General Babbling, 3) Class Smut. I usually have a lot of material for the first two sections but I need the
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1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
JAMES P. SCOTT III
Recent statistics compiled in front of the Late Show reveal that Bob McConnaughey's questionnaire achieved a five percent return in the first ten days. That should be a response rate to make even the "Mad Ave" types envious. For
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
PAUL A. BABCOCK III
Dr. Bob Kirkman is a naval medical officer at Pearl Harbor, which he and Michele (Russell Sage '70) enjoy ... Jef and Nancy Fellows have a son, appropriately named Joseph E. Fellows IV . . . Dr. Bill Bailey is a post-doctoral fellow
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1967
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DR. JONATHAN GOLDSMITH
CAPT. JEFFREY ZIMMERMAN
The class dues program has generated quite a bit of correspondence in addition to making headway toward the financial goals.
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
LT. MARK D. WATERHOUSE
Happy Holidays, and if this reads like a high speed computer printout, I'm trying to get everybody in.
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
ROBERT F. HOUSER
Kenny Paul wrote recently that nomadic JonSwenson and Company last spring produced a baby girl. Jon labors for an insurance company while living in Valencia, Calif. Ken, who continues to journalize for the Riverside Free Press,
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1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
MARK A. PFEIFFER
Football games provide a great opportunity for good fellowship and for the exchange of news. So, I went to several of the games in the last month armed with a trusty legal pad. The pad made its way from one eager hand to the
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Class Notes
1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
ROBERT B. SCHNABEL
Eight years ago at this time the Class of '71 had just returned home after its first term at Dartmouth. We were comparing experiences with high school friends and perhaps wondering if we really wanted to go back in January. Most
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Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
DAVID J. FRIEND
This is the time of year when even I am forced to be serious long enough to wish the Class a very happy holiday season. It's too bad the remembrance of friends and the desire to be with those we love (in my case, Ghort) which are
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1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES T. BROWN
Hearty greetings, me mateys!
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1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
JACK E. THOMAS JR.
Although the current news of a last-second defeat to Yale haunts those of us interested in Big Green football, there is plenty of good news from the Class of '74! The Penn weekend was so wet that many were forced inside for pre-game
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
ROBERT H. HITTLE
Jim Reynolds plans graduate work in Earth Sciences at Dartmouth while his wife Haidee finishes up her studies at Mary Hitchcock Nursing School. Karen La Cerda, following what seems to be a trend, will be at Harvard. She will be
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News of '05
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Maude Harding, living now in Migansett, North Falmouth, Mass., is very well indeed, according to word from a friend. She celebrated her 91st birthday October 18 and is a very loyal Red Sox fan, and "one person who definitely
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Nippee-Tuckee-Caloosahatchee
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MILTON TUCKER '19
I was one of those lucky freshmen who knew Dean Craven Laycock and was fortunate to have heard his voice of wisdom on several occasions. Stamped indelibly in my mind are his words: "You men have come to Dartmouth not to cram
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Prophet of Boom
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There are over 35 million tennis players in the United States but there are few with the devotion of John F. Anderson '34. A selfprofessed "prophet of boom," Anderson has been president of the University School Tennis Club in
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Basement Admiral
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D.M.S.
Gardner T. Brookings '53 is an associate professor of civil construction technology at Erie Community College in western New York but he has never outgrown his dream of being a naval architect. And while the Buffalo area isn't
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Cross-country Wheels
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MARK THOMAS '74
BRUCE Kimball '73, Dave Hyde '75, and I have a lot in common - we belonged to the same fraternity, we keep ourselves in good physical shape, and we love to bicycle. So it's not surprising that we began to think about a
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PAUL S. MUENZNER M.D. '63
(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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TERENCE R. PARKINSON '71
THE colleges are back in the courts, and an unfavorable verdict in one particular case could threaten the very heart of campus life. Someone (Ilene Ianniello, to be exact) is suing the University of Bridgeport because she feels a course
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