Issue: 19760501

Saturday, May 1, 1976
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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Dartmouth Crosses the Bicentennial
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JAMES CAMPION, INC
JAMES CAMPION, INC
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Quechee Lakes.
Quechee Lakes.
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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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High Lake Club
High Lake Club
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Ratio
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DARTMOUTH National Bank
DARTMOUTH National Bank
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DARTMOUTH HALL SAMPLER
DARTMOUTH HALL SAMPLER
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DOLL HOUSES and MINIATURES
DOLL HOUSES and MINIATURES
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Caneel & little Dix Bay.
Caneel & little Dix Bay.
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DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB HOUSE
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Of Placemats, Doors and Abraham Clark's Birthday
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D.M.S.
THE American Revolution Bicentennial Commission refers to the celebrations commemorating the first 200 years of America's nationhood as the "Bicen," cynics and purists deride it as the "buycentennial" and Jere Daniell '55,
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Hanover Bank & Trust Company
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The Eulby Agenry
The Eulby Agenry
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The Green: A House Mover and an ex-President Proved Who Owns It (Didn't They?)
The Green: A House Mover and an ex-President Proved Who Owns It (Didn't They?)
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Jabberwocky, Lewis Carroll
JAMES L. FARLEY '42
'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves And the mome raths outgrabe.
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Peter Christian's tavern
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Elegantly simple. Simply elegant.
Elegantly simple. Simply elegant.
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NANTUCKET ISLAND
NANTUCKET ISLAND
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NORWICH INN
NORWICH INN
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A.A. HYDE CUSTOM BUILDER
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MOUNTAIN VIEW HOUSE
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ROBERTS FLOWERS
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shopping international
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STORRS POND RECREATION AREA
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The Canaan Inn
The Canaan Inn
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Books
Reviews
Wolf by the Ears
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H. VISCOUNT NELSON JR.
David Brion Davis has written another superb account about mankind's most peculiar institution, human slavery. In his earlief Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Problem of Slavery inWestern Culture, Davis meticulously traced the
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Books
Reviews
Images of Light, Landscapes of the Mind
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SAMUEL FRENCH MORSE '36
A new edition of Light and Dark provides the occasion to confirm what ought to be well known: that William Bronk, in his first book (1956) had already achieved "a composition well... proposed"; so well proposed that "what is
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Further Mention
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R.H.R.
In over 40 years at Dartmouth the late Herbert Faulkner West '22, probably taught over 10,000 undergraduates. Thus his real legacy, like that of any teacher, lies in the intellects, memories, and hearts of those 10,000, now
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Vantage Press, Inc.
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The College
The College
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"MOST people of sense appear to be well satisfied that there is a propriety in not herding young men and women together in our great public institutions of learning." The Dartmouth, 1879
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The College
Wrestling the Budget
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If economics is the dismal science, can budget-making be far behind? Dartmouth's several and far-flung departments (known as "cost centers" in the trade), the Council on Budgets and Priorities, and the Trustees, who late last
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The College
New Deans
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The incorporation of the freshman office into that of the dean of the College has been accomplished with the appointment of two associate deans, one who will act as executive officer under Dean Ralph Manuel '5B, the other who
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The College
Buffalo Power
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No Bicentennial issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE would be complete without noting The Buffalo Show, an irreverent tribute to America's 200th birthday, which played to packed houses in the Warner Bentley Theater through a
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Article
The College
The Sights
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It says something about the quality of life in a small town when a crowd of noontime strollers stops to gawk at a student shoveling snow on the lawn of the C & G house or superintend the removal of a filling station sign at
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The College
Prizes
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A garland of laurels, a potpourri of praise, bestowed on, by, or to honor members of the Dartmouth community:
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The College
Student Representation
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The Trustees at their April meeting voted to include student representatives on their new standing Committee on Student Affairs.
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The College
Elective Perfectibility
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"If at first you don't succeed" - That hoary homily drilled into the heads of recalcitrant Victorian schoolboys has been rejuvenated in an up-to-date and most successful - form in a psychology course at the College.
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The College
Rouser
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As related in the January issue, Clyde Dankert, professor of economics emeritus, has a firm grasp of local history and a good grip on a coffee cup down at Lou's. Another regular at Lou's recently handed us this "poem," which
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Give a Rouse for –
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CARLOS H. BAKER '32, professor of English, given the Howard T. Behrman Award for distinguished achievement at Princeton.
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The Cover
The Cover
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Self-Evident Truths
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ARTHUR M. WILSON
FOR ALL MEN
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Thanks to Daniel Oliver, A Gathering of Lovers
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DAN NELSON '75
OPTIONS & ALTERNATIVES
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 67
Independence Seeker
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D.M.S.
EVAN X HYDE '68 is not an American, and perhaps that is why America's Bicentennial means so much to him. Hyde, who lost his political naivete and became an activist at Dartmouth during the tumult of the late 1960s, compares the
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ALUMNI ALBUM – 67
Colonial Chronicler
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M.B.R.
IF CARL BRIDENBAUGH '25 were masterminding the Bicentennial, the celebration would be substantially different. We would be "making a real play for good history instead of trying to make a buck." We would be emphasizing unity,
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When Dartmouth Had Its Own State (Almost)
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JAMES L. FARLEY
The action, Revolution-wise, around Hanover
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The Undergraduate Chair
In Punt Formation
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DAVID M. SHRIBMAN '76
FOR CENTURIES students at Cambridge have punted on the Cam, spending their leisure hours guiding their flat, square-ended boats past the stately spires of King's and Clare Colleges. Dartmouth students also spend some of their
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Reading and Writing History and Revolutionary Footnote
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PAGE SMITH
THE IDENTIFYING characteristic of academic history is footnotes. They are the classic imprimatur of scholarly respectability. Systematic footnoting would, however, greatly extend the length and cost of this already long and costly
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Big Green Teams
Fast Break
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IT was the last weekend in March, Final-Four time in Philadelphia. Like lemmings, hundreds of men who make their living as coaches of college basketball teams convened to share in the magnetic fascination that generates annually
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Big Green Teams
The Spring Season
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JACK DEGANGE
WHEN Dartmouth's baseball team re- turned from its spring trip with three victories in 14 games, it wasn t an imposing record but it brought the total number of wins achieved by teams under the tutelage of Tony Lupien during
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
When we entered college, we were told that tradition expected a freshman to know, at least by sight, every man in the College, and to be acquainted with every man in his Class. Apparently no one ever came around to check up on
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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GEORGE W. GREBENSTEIN
MRS. ROBERT D. KENYON
Our Class Treasurer Arthur H. Leavitt of Fairfax, Va., is enjoying good health.
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Class Notes
1908
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
JOHN H. HINMAN
We are most thankful for a hugh bundle of mail. Perhaps that return postal stamp did the trick! Whatever, we at the receiving end appreciate every bit of it. So here goes for a few for which we have room.
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
The sympathy of the Class is extended to Lillian Hooker on the death of her younger son Burton Sanford D'43 after a long, painful illness.
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Class Notes
1910
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WHITNEY EASTMAN
ANDREW J. SCARLETT
There are 37 of us left. I have written all classmates several times this past year. Only five have failed to respond. No letters were returned Our oldest living member is Dick Carpenter. He will be 91 on May 7. Dick still writes
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
JOHN S. LEAROYD
It is with deep regret that we record the recent death of another classmate Dr. Rolf C. (Spim) Norris. Although his health had failed in recent years, Spim had completed arrangements to attend the 65th Reunion in June. See the
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD, M.D.
NELSON L. DOE
The robins came back to Capistrano this year right on time as of yore but as this is being written the last week in March the cold and snow we have had recently has kept them away, at least from central Connecticut. The month
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Class Notes
1913
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HOWARD STOUGHTON
DR. MILTON ARONOWITZ
Warde Wilkins was our secretary and newsletter editor for many years until his death early in 1965. We recall that he was acclaimed "Secretary of the Year" at one time. One of his last newsletters was published in November 1962
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
After hobnobbing with the Oracle we have learned that the following men, whose birthdays are celebrated in the month of May, were born under the sign of Taurus, the Bull: Kingsford, Files Warren, Paul Smith, Mackinnon, and
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
It is a pleasure to quote the following item received recently:
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
H. BURTON LOWE
At this time of year all thoughts in the minds of 1916ers are those of the 60th Reunion in June. It now looks as if the Class might have 60 on hand, counting wives and families, for the attendance. A 60th Reunion makes one think
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J. READE
At this rather late date, your secretary is reporting on his vacation in the Southland and the meetings with classmates and other alumni. Our timing in Fort Lauderdale did not include a meeting of the Dartmouth Club there, but we
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Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
GEORGE R.S. VON KAPFF
Many thanks to Cort Horr for carrying on for me during our AARP six weeks extended vacation to the Costa del Sol, the Canary Islands, and another week coming home to Florida and the fabulous Pow-Wow. Last Sunday I had a good
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Class Notes
1919
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WINDSOR C. BATCHELDER
ROBERT N. WALLIS
Last month we quoted a letter from Henry Clay and this month we reproduce another from Slim Huntoon who lives in Palm Springs, Calif.: "Replying to your recent letter I doubt that anything I may do would be very interesting to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
JOHN S. MAYER
The March 3 issue of the Valley News published in West Lebanon, N.H., carried this story about our Twenty editor, Allen RichardFoley. After 20 years of distinguished service as moderator of the Town of Norwich, Vt. Al has retired.
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Class Notes
1921
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JOHN HURD
HARRY CHAMBERLAINE
At work or at play the footwork of Bill Embree has always been sensational. Now mostly at play he foots it at noon to the Chicago University Club and Johnny Walkers it black label with old friends. Twice monthly he foots his
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
SPENCER F. SMITH
This National Bicentennial Year is reviving historical interest everywhere. Hanover, for example, first permanently settled in 1765, looks proudly to its past. Dartmouth, the only U.S. college that has graduated a class every year
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CHARLES J. ZIMMERMAN
Ted Barstow wants me to remind you of our fall reunion over the Harvard game weekend, October 15-16. We have our usual allotment of rooms at Howard Johnsons plus a few spares at a nearby private motel. This will be a very popular
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
EARL C. DAUM
The office of information of Hopkins Center has recently announced that a new permanent showcase for the college silver collection has been installed in the main lobby of Hopkins Center, which was made possible by a gift from
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
In March our President Bill Jenkins, accompanied by wife Billee and part of the time by Dotand Larry Leavitt, made a trip which took in many of the attractive Florida sunny spots. There they found numerous '25ers and enjoyed both
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
In about two weeks from the time 1926 men read these words the Finest 50th Reunion will get under way, and Russ Clark, chairman, says last minute reservations can still be made if he receives prompt advice from anyone who
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR
SAMUEL Z. WORMSER
The Alumni Fund goal for our Class for this year is $50,000, and Head Agent Sam Wormser is counting on all of us to make an extra effort to reach it. The death of so many of our loyal classmates means we all are going to have to do
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
WILLIAM C. LARY
These notes might well be labeled our Florida edition since they are largely about residents and visitors to that state. A quick count of our up-dated class directory shows 65 residents - a 225 percent increase in seven years.
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Now is the time to support Ed Chinlund and Blinker Black in their wind-updrive for this year's Alumni Fund!
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
LEON H. STURMAN
It is still not. too late to make the decision to attend our 45th. Ed Brazil can be reached at 603-524-5756, and you can call him for a maximum of 70£ within the continental USA (on Saturday or before 5 p.m. on Sunday). Don't
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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ROGER H. BURRILL
WILLIAM B. MINEHAN
The news which is most shattering this month is that Shep Wolff succumbed to a heart attack on March 31. John Cogswell has written the obituary which appears elsewhere in this issue. This is a tough blow for us and serves to remind
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Class Notes
1932
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JOSEPH R. BOLDT JR
ROBERT E. ACKERBERG JR
By the time you read this you will have had later bulletins on 1932's progress in its Reunionyear Alumni Fund effort than are presently available, but we here exclaim over the extraordinary facts contained in the early dispatches
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1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR
CHESTER L.THOMSON
Chet Thomson and his loyal group of regional agents and assistant class agents are hard at work in favor of the 1976 Alumni Fund campaign. The total goal of $4,500,000 represents a seven per cent increase over last year's receipts,
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1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
ALLAN C. JACOBSON JR
June and I had dinner with Gisele and GeorgeCollins a couple of weeks ago and we all enjoyed it thoroughly. George keeps in close touch with Link Daniels in the Washington area and reports that Link is busy at many things. George
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1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
ALVIN G. DODD
By the time you read this column in May, your secretary and wife Polly will have just moved to our new permanent residence at Eastman, only 18 miles from Dartmouth. We decided to build on land we've owned for several years
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1936
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MILTON S. JOHNSTON JR
FRANK M.CURTIS JR
Despite the number of cards coming into CliffEngland not many of you have included news of yourselves, your families, or other classmates so I'll pass along what little there is, and then add some up-to-this-minute (you will read it in
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
We were completely taken aback with a call from Fred Asher saying he had just been informed Rog Graves had died of a sudden heart attack. It is too early for details but the shock persists. Rog has served for years on the class
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
RICHARD T. HOLT
TED THORNE '38
Jim Briggs is overbusy at Damariscotta, so, for the second time this year, you're stuck with his substitute reporting on the Hanover scene.
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1939
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RICHARDS. JACKSON
JAMES O. CORNER JR
It is with sorrow we report the death of HenryWelton on March 28 in Menlo Park, Calif. An obituary appears in this issue.
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1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
An avocation gained, or reinforced, at Dart- mouth has been turned into nearly a lifetime of fun and service by Bob Niss out Milwaukee way.
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1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
FRANKLIN P. HART JR
Among class peripatetics, Bob Thorne must be one of the foremost, and here's a note detailing recent journeys: "My own activities have been the normal, mildly adventurous botanical ones, with the usual academic travel. Last July
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Class Notes
1942
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RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
FREDERICK W. CASSIDY JR
While trying to fill Stu Finch's shoes as class secretary until our 35th Reunion in June 1977,1 am embarking on an effort to compile a Class History of all class awards, class ALUMNIMAGAZINE columns, obituaries, etc., etc., anything
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1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
FREDERICK R. LENT
The message of the month comes from FredLent out in Chicago together with his host of assistant class agents who will be contacting you on behalf of the Alumni Fund. The Fund's goals are higher than ever - remember, inflation hits
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1944
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FREDERICK L.HIER
BENJAMIN F. JONES
More of those job changes, promotions, that kind of thing.
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
JOHN E. LEGGAT
The month of May is a distracting one, with outdoor activities well underway and plans for the summer gathering momentum. Unfortunately it appears to be a time when news of classmates begins to dry up and your class secretary
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1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR
JAMES F. LYNCH JR
The first signs of an early spring are in the air in Hanover attendent with a resurgence of hope and high spirits around the campus. No doubt we will be cruelly inflicted with another snow storm or two, but I find even false hopes
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1947
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SAXTON w. FLETCHER
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
The March issue of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, bless its soul, offered a bonus tidbit above and beyond the usual quota of interesting articles and pictures. For, as all '47s who read the Vox column (Page 72) now know, we have a
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR
HARTHON I. MUNSON
In the last issue of these notes we listed a number of '48s who make their homes or earn their keep in the Granite State. Inevitably, we missed some, for which profound apologies with the request that you let me know of the
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Class Notes
1949
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E. CHARLES SCHUETZ
WILLIAM H. H. CHAPMAN
A press release from the Samsonite Corporation reveals that Dick Hanselman is continuing his rise within the corporate world. He was recently elected vice president of Beatrice Foods Company. Beatrice, as many of you probably
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
JOEL A. LEAVITT
Usually at this time of year winter retains its grip, however loosely, however pale its rigors. Yearnings mount for the first real sign of spring. Each day begins in expectation of seeing a tinge of greening, of feeling a fresh warm
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Class Notes
1951
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RUSSELL C. DILKS
RICHARD G. DUTTON
I look forward to seeing you ALL in Hanover next month. It's not too late to sign up for Reunion; in fact, I suspect that we might even be able to accommodate a few more at the very last moment if some last minute change in your
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Class Notes
1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
JOHN P. BARCLAY JR
In case you didn't notice, there was no class news last month. I have been debating since then how to explain this oversight, but the plain fact is that I just didn't have anything to report and didn't have a chance to get on the
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
F.R. JOSLIN JR.
We have one last ski report. Back in February that undaunted cross-country racer, PutBlodgett, took a second in the veterans' 15 kilometer race at Putney, Vt. And now, it surely must be spring.
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1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
GEORGE D. VOSS
A "touch of class" has been added to our illustrious group with the recent announcement of the appointment of Ralph Destino as president of Cartier Ltd. - New York. Ralph has had a distinguished career in the jewelry-related field,
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1955
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HARRY T. AMBROSE
PETER C. THOMPSON
Harry Lewis, who is chief operating officer of BoettcHer and Co. in Denver, was recently elected to the board of directors of the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange. Stanley Bergman, a New Haven Attorney/CPA specializing in taxation,
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1956
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WILLIAM H. MILES
EMERSON B. HOUCK
I President Line Spaulding is the author of thismonth's column. Ed.)
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Class Notes
1957
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F. DUNCAN BARNES JR
RICHARD B. CANTON
Our 20th Reunion is fast approaching and, judging from early returns, it appears that the affair will draw twice as many classmates as our 15th Reunion. If you have not already signed up, do so now - there's still time. All you need
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Class Notes
1958
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STANLEY A. BEILEY
JOEL B. PORTUGAL
The Alumni Fund drive is in full swing and our Class has tradition on its side and an outstanding chairman in Joel Portugal to organize us and help us maintain the high level of giving which is the trademark of our Class.
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
MICHAEL M. HELLMAN
We are now well into the 1976 Alumni Fund drive. Now that the April showers are behind us and the rebate is back from the IRS (!), write a check to the Alumni Fund. If you've given, give a little more.
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM H. MCCARTER JR
PHILIP C. KRON
My class news inventory file still contains a number of dues slips with news which Arnle Sigler forwarded to me several months ago. Sorry that these items are now a bit dated.
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Class Notes
1961
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DANIEL I. REITH
RONALD WYBRANOWSKI
After a nostalgia and beer-filled weekend with the Dartmouth Rugby Football Club at the Monterey tournament, I called Jack Reno to add my name to his list of candidates for class secretary. Jack immediately said, "You've got the
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR W. HOOVER
JOHN E. CLARK JR
Just some quickies this month. Nice letter from Steve Wiener who sent on news from Los Angeles. Steve is associated with the law firm of McKenna and Fitting where he specializes in class action litigation. On the home front Susan
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Class Notes
1963
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KEYING. LOWTHER
ALANV. DAVIES
Ed Smith just checked in for the first time in 13 years. In that time he has managed somehow to keep his hair and his sanity, he says, while adding to his environment a wife (described as a "retired do-gooder social worker") and a
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR
STEVEN D. BLECHER
Greetings people; I'm only inducting one '64 into my hall of fame this month. Subjected to a constant barrage of info regarding the successes of '64s throughout the world, I am developing the symptoms of an inferiority complex; my
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
JOHN W. HOSMER JR
Starting this column was delayed momen- tarily as wife Anne hovered around to relate a couple of anecdotes arising from her recent classroom experience dealing with life planning - not family planning but life planning, as in
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Class Notes
1966
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LARRY GEIGER
PAUL F. DOSCHER
Now Bill Koelsch has posed a question make that a good question. He has asked why our 10th Class Reunion (the one marking ten years - 120 months - since our graduation from Dartmouth) is not being held this year.
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Class Notes
1967
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DR. JONATHAN GOLDSMITH
R. STEPHEN CHEHEYL JR
Bob Sanner has been appointed senior internal auditor of Areata National Corporation in Menlo Park, Calif. Previously, Bob was controller for the Bank of Montreal (California) and senior accountant for Arthur Andersen and Co.
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
JOHN S. ENGELMAN
My plea for news was answered! I thank you, my pen thanks you, your classmates thank you.
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
THOMAS M. PARKS
While speaking to '69s about contributions to this year's Alumni Fund drive, the author was also able to squeeze out a good deal of information for this space. Doug Reynolds, for example, married Ann Gault some time ago. Ann's
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
ERNEST J. BABCOCK
This is a column which almost wasn't. Frustrated by the lack of any news for the third month in a row and inspired by the 1966 class secretary's oration to his silent class members published in the February Magazine, I was ready
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Class Notes
1971
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CHARLES S. AALTO
JEFFREY K. MCELNEA
Deposits for our spectacular Reunion (which is only a few weeks away!) have been pouring in at a raging trickle. Thus far we've received deposits from only a small percentage of those 260 classmates who indicated they would be on
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Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
FRANK E. SULLIVAN JR
May of a political year is a pivotal point in most campaigns; half of the delegates to the National Conventions have been chosen, and half of the people who originally cared about Election 1976 no longer do. For some reason,
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1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES L. SULLIVAN
Hear 'Ye, all me Junior Captains:
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1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
CHRISTOPHER C. GATES
The most recent news from Beantown is that the Class of '74 won for the second year in a row the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Eastern Massachusetts (DAAEM) Annual Dinner Attendance Cup on March 29, setting ye! another record
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1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
FREDERICK H. WADDELL
It's been nearly a full year since the members of the Class of '75 gathered in front of Baker to receive their degrees and I wonder how many of us, after this year, wish we were still enrolled at Dartmouth. Many classmates have
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A Fete for Forrie
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Hanover selectmen proclaimed Saturday, April 10, Forrest Branch '33 Day. Over 500 well-wishers gathered that night for the first social event in the new Rupert Thompson Arena where tributes came from throughout the world to the
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Politics Grow Greener
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D.M.S.
The subject was politics and Monte Pascoe '57, the Colorado Democratic Party chairman, and Joseph Blake '58, the Denver County Republican Party chairman, were sharing the Denver Rotary Club platform earlier this year.
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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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Vox
Fill the Bowl Up?
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NORMAN R. CARPENTER '53
IT IS DIFFICULT enough to admit that I have been receiving the ALUMNI MAGAZINE for nearly 25 years; to say that it's nearly a quarter-century is harder. But it is, as lawyers say, a true fact. Whatever perhaps trite memories are
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