Issue: 19761101

Monday, November 1, 1976
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Front Cover
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Pam Brewer is your sister
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The Flavor of The Hanover Inn
The Flavor of The Hanover Inn
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DARTMOUTH CHAIRS
DARTMOUTH CHAIRS
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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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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DARTMOUTH National Bank
DARTMOUTH National Bank
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Replies
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DARTMOUTH Bequest & Estate Planning PROGRAM
DARTMOUTH Bequest & Estate Planning PROGRAM
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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Sawyer Brook
Sawyer Brook
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HAWK PINE HILLS
HAWK PINE HILLS
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AMERICAN EXPRESS
AMERICAN EXPRESS
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Government of India Tourist Office
Government of India Tourist Office
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Dartmouth savings ban
Dartmouth savings ban
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Alan versus Them 'It would be boring otherwise'
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PIERRE KIRCH'78
THE POSTERS around campus announced that Chess Master Alan Trefler '77 would play simultaneously the first 50 challengers at noon on the last Sunday of September. No charge. Prizes to the winners. Players of all calibers and
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Woodstock Inn
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THE DARTMOUTH SKIWAY
THE DARTMOUTH SKIWAY
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FIDELITY MUNICIPAL BOND FUND, LTD.
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Books
Reviews
The Existential No
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ALANT. GAYLORD
The screenplay of The Front by Walter Bernstein '40 - a former Dartmouth reporter and editor-in-chief of the Jack-o-Lantern - is about blacklisted television writers during the early 1950s. Bernstein was among those blacklisted,
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Books
Reviews
An Attendant Lord
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R.H.R.
The plot line is uncomplex. A cultured, conservative insurance executive, Karl Muhlbach, middle-aged and a widower, falls deeply in love with a hip 20-year-old girl, Lambeth Brent, extravagantly beautiful but also paranoid and
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Books
Reviews
Monticello to Montmartre
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R.H.R.
Among the giants of the Revolution perhaps Franklin and Jefferson were the most notably successful in being at once citizens of the United States and citizens of the world. One may at least speculate that this came about because
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Dartmouth Authors
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Courtney C. Brown '26. Putting the Corporate Board to Work. Macmillan, 1976. 159 pp. $10.95. "Members of governing boards have a prestigious status in society - more prestigious than the present nature of their activities can
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The Dolby Agenry Real Estate
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The Countryman Press
The Countryman Press
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Straton Real Estate
Straton Real Estate
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Nancy Elliott Alumni Records Office
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Elegantly Simple. Simply elegant.
Elegantly Simple. Simply elegant.
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Edgewood Inn
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Christmas at Windsor
Christmas at Windsor
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The Alumni Council for 1976-77
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E. SWIFT LAWRENCE '55
EACH year it has been customary to include in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE a list of the members of the Alumni Council together with an invitation to all alumni to get in touch with Council members about their questions or concerns. This
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REGION
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AVIS
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LINDAL CEDAR HOMES
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The College
The College
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Edwin ("Bubby") Bartlett
"The student has nerves; and he sometimes bays at the moon. He is subject to lunar rages which arise from dead calm, swell almost to mob violence and subside without a trace."
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The College
Eight-y!
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Anybody who thinks Winter Carnival is the acme for the Dartmouth social set should have been on campus for the Harvard Weekend. The "weekend" began on Tuesday night when the women of North Mass sponsored a spiked punch and
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The College
Right or Wrong
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It seems only yesterday that college students - particularly of the genus Iviensis were thought to be a leftish lot, in the vanguard of ideas considered a shade too radical by their elders. Now it appears that at Dartmouth at
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The College
Vietnam Memorial
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The Class of 1978 Council was organized by members of the freshman class two years ago to promote the interests of the class and to "maintain class cohesiveness, spirit, and communication" throughout its years at Dartmouth.
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The College
Caldwell
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"The author I read is only myself. I don't read the literature of others - I try to write."
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The College
Sharing the fun
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Women older than co-eds are not usually thought of as participants in an Outward Bound course, let alone a winter Outward Bound course. The usual image is one of fit young men climbing a cliff, portaging a canoe, hefting heavy
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The College
Fall-In
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Dartmouth is shrinking. Dartmouth is floating away.
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The College
Good Greeks
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The October ALUMNI MAGAZINE reported on a new social-residential facility for Dartmouth women, known as 1 Occom Ridge - not a sorority, its occupants insist.
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The College
Trustee Nomination
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The Alumni Council committee on nominations has announced a forthcoming vacancy on the Board of Trustees, which will occur at Commencement 1977 when the current chairman, F. William Andres '29, retires.
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The College
Woo-man/Woe-man
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Two days before this month's presidential election, Alanus Goliardus, a "good fellow" and Goliardic author from the University of Femenye, confronted Petrus Travicensis, philosopher, theologian, and church apologist, in a
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The College
Fill the Bowl up
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When summoned to the door at approximately 11 o'clock on Halloween night, President Kemeny offered a brimming bowl of assorted candies and the observation that this was a bad year for trick-or-treating. At that late hour, there
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JUST LIKE THE REST OF US
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A. KELLEY FEAD
For impact positive or merely benign our "sisters" seem to be
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Five Deadly Threats
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JOHN G. KEMENy
I have a strong feeling of pride about the significant role that colleges and universities have played in the history of our nation. Particularly during its second century they seem to have been almost a decisive force. They
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ALUMNI ALBUM
Capital Sailor
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Op Sail's chairman was in his element on that never-to-be-forgotten Fourth of July: greeting presidents, potentates, and common folk; heading parades; surveying a seascape dotted with some 10,000 vessels, from rubber rafts to super-carriers.
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ALUMNI ALBUM
Motown Brass, New Model
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M.B.R.
When you're Number 3, you try even harder. And the effort entails flexibility, innovation, involvement, words that pepper the conversation of EUGENE A. CAFIERO '46, president of the Chrysler Corporation.
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Bibliographical Branding Irons
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DAVID WYKES
IN 1973, when it last took stock, the American Society of Bookplate Collectors and Designers had 152 members, which, for a nation of joiners, is either small beer or great exclusiveness. The professions of the members ranged
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The and the
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JAMES L. FARLEY
"I BET there isn't a town in New A England - maybe the country - that has better elms than we have here in Hanover."
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The Undergraduate Chair
Eleazar, Dan and Liz
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ELIZABETH CRONIN '77
UPON entering my last year at this institution, I have had occasion for self-examination. The memories of the many adventures and boring times of the last three years tumble in my mind. Out of this comes one conclusion. I am a
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Big Green Teams
Gushing Expletives
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WELL, there we were, immersed in the worst possible demonstration of rain and wind that has been perpetrated on the football world by you-know-Who in ages. The setting was New Haven, and all the Yale wags were saying, "Did you
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Big Green Teams
Garbage Collectors
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DARTMOUTH'S soccer team had just beaten Springfield, 4-0, on Chase Field and the gent chatting with Tom Griffith, the coach of the winners, opined that Griffs team could win six straight before losing again. Well, old Griff
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Big Green Teams
Togetherness
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JACK DEGANGE
"SOME people find it hard to understand why it doesn't matter that you don't win a cross-country race, just so long as you have five runners near the top," says Ken Weinbel. It's a team sport, not an individual race, and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
This is the right place for us to record a tribute to the late Joan Hier, whose cheerful acknowledgments of the reports from the Class of 1902 and ready replies to numerous questions made our task a pleasant one. Her last note
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Class Notes
1907
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G.W. GREBENSTEIN
ARTHUR H. LEAVITT
It was very interesting to learn that Lura Kenyon and Harriet Ahern visited Ted Redington and family at Laconia, N.H., several weeks ago. Ted looked wonderful for his 91 years, and he gets around. Congratulations are due to Lura
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1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Mrs. Mildred W. Dole, widow of CharlesElbert Dole, died in a Lebanon, N.H., nursing home on August 13.
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Class Notes
1910
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WHITNEY H. EASTMAN
KAREN EASTMAN
ARTHUR LORD
Arnold Barrett, who will be 88 on September 24, reports that he has been having his troubles with poor eyesight and a bad heart condition. His wife and daughter, however, are in good health, and all three send their best to everyone.
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1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
DONALD A. CHENEY
We are sorry to report the passing of John Scotford on September 9, about three months after his attendance at our 65th reunion. See the obituary section in this issue. Our deepest sysmpathy is extended to his widow and the
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD, M.D.
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
The first word from Roy Frothingham's widow Dorothy arrived recently, with a detailed account of a motor trip with her 18-year-old grandson across the continent and back to California. Her itinerary showed that she has more
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ARTHUR S. WHEELOCK
Looking again into the crystal ball, I see plainly that the following men born in November are under the sign of Scorpio, the Scorpion: Campion, Foss, Piatt, Brown, and Austin, while Webber was born under the sign of
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
Charlie Comiskey is to be congratulated for the newsiness of the class newsletter which he has been editing. It certainly brings the Class closer together to read the personal items about its members.
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
JAMES H. COLTON
When that unwanted summer visitor, hurricane Belle, hit Vermont it missed Al Lawton's Essex Junction. But Al reports that his old home town of Chester was washed out. Al also reported that Myrle and he celebrated their 50th
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
Now we are back on schedule after adjustment to the altered timing of the A LUMNI MAGAZINE.
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Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
DONALD L. BARR
Ray Smith is in Iran delving into the lore of that ancient and fascinating kingdom. I did read a couple of articles which attempted to tell what he is doing over there, but I will await his own report which should be forthcoming on
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Class Notes
19l9
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
CHESTER W. DEMOND
Batch has had a stay in the hospital and is now out and greatly improved but has asked to be relieved of his duties as secretary. I have agreed to carry on for the time being. It would be nice if you sent Batch a card.
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
This month we devote some space for address changes from official sources: Mrs. Alton S.Palmer (Emilie) to 84 South Beach St., Apt. 103, Ormond Beach, Fla., 32074; Mrs. ArthurStockdale (Margaret) to 18152 Clifton Rd., Cleveland, Ohio
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Class Notes
1921
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JOHN HURD
DAVID c. BOWEN
When marveling at fashionably dressed men in magazines, most of us recall with pleasure Larry Nardi, the 1921 conservative fashion plate, a graduate of. De Pinna and Saks Fifth Avenue. For beautifully dressed women he also has a
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
"Welcome Class of 1980" proclaimed the huge sign on the portico of Hopkins Center in September when Dartmouth began her 207 th year. The cordial greeting was for the 1,056 freshmen, 777 young men and 279 young women. And,
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
THEODORE R. MINER
Clarence Goss has very kindly loaned me a copy of the Chronicle of the Hit or Miss Wanderings of Ibbie Taylor - Jack's widow. This little booklet, in the form of letters to Ibbie's three sons, covers the period from December 28,
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
It is too early to report on the Bonnie Oaks weekend or to comment on the results of the Harvard game, but we are confident that the results of both will be satisfactory. In other words, this seems to be sort of an in-between
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
MOTT A. GARLOCK
Notes for the first two issues of this magazine in the fall represent pieces of information that have come in during the summer, so most of it is not really news.
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
At Thanksgiving time with all the blessings which are ours, 1926 especially rejoices that Jack Roberts, our steadfast treasurer, keeps on a sound financial course and reminds us of annual dues and the voluntary tax deductible
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Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
HARRY D. CUMMINGS
Fall reunion set the stage for launching the campaign to make our 50th reunion next June 10-12 a really fabulous 50th. Chairman RogBury, at the class banquet October 16, told of the many preparations already underway.
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
The annual '28 mini-reunion attracted a record crowd September 23-25. The weather was perfect, the game with U.N.H. exciting, and everyone had a good time. Friday night Herb and Mimi Sensenig entertained the whole gang at their
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
Dud Orr comes through with the letter-of-the month: "Thanks to classmate Frank Kenison, I have been a member of a committee established by the last session of the New Hampshire legislature to examine the problems of reparation
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON
Social notes from Harry Casler, Dartmouth's Irish connection: "Rosemary and I had Rusty Morrill with us for a couple of visits this summer. Just yesterday (September 23) Janet and Arch Clark pulled in for luncheon. They and
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
JOHN W. COGSWELL
President Bill Minehan kindly sent us many items he had received over the summer. From John Milos a clipping from The WashingtonPost of July 1 showing Mr. and Mrs. John B.Martin were luncheon guests at the White House on the occasion of
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
A long newsy letter from Ed Marks informed me, "I decided to take early retirement beginning about Labor Day and will start a job with UNICEF Headquarters in New York about October 1." He plans to take a small flat in that city
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Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
ALEXANDER S. CUNNINGHAM
At this time of writing (October 1) the weather in Hanover and environs is beautiful, and the fall foliage is early and already truly spectacular. The temperature, however, is gradually dropping due to the colder nights and the
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Class Notes
1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
A sad note to start this column. Mrs. Joan Hier, with whom all class secretaries worked so closely, passed away last summer, and we all lost a true friend and marvelous helper. Ms. Shelby Grantham has taken her place, in part,
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
C. HALL COLTON
These notes are being put together one day following our fall reunion on the last weekend in September. A record turnout of more than 60 classmates, together with wives and children, was on hand for a beautiful time indoors and
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
CLIFFORD W. ENGLAND
What with hearing more and more frequently about various classmates retiring to some exotic spot, it is refreshing to learn of a classmate who is still working successfully. Adjacent to these notes is a picture of
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
President Fred Asher assembled the reunion giving committee in Hanover August 5 to 7 to give consideration to the class gift to the College at our 40th reunion in June. He appointed Fran Fenn chairman to work with head agent
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
AUGUST R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
Classmates will have been interested to read Herb Loring's letter to the editor in the September issue of the MAGAZINE Your secretary, and I think most of you, share Herb's failure to understand "what is wrong with the noble
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
CORNWALL MILLER
We have a thought provoker to get this month's column under way. Pete Salom, in response to an area Alumni Council member's letter, unburdened his thoughts on the admissions dilemma that confronts the College. He says, "I
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
STETSON WHITCHER
For Irving Bender, professor of psychology emeritus who died last spring 82 years young, the Class of '40 held a special place.
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Class Notes
1941
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STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
LOUISA. YOUNG JR.
XXXVth REUNION, June 13-15, 1977
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Class Notes
1942
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RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
A. JAMES O'MARA
In just about seven months from now we're going to have our 35th reunion. The actual dates are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, June 13, 14, and 15, 1977. Many of you are sure to be there. There is always that hard core of guys
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
PAUL F. YOUNG
We want to call your particular attention to the fact that our advanced 35th reunion will be held June 13-16, 1977 (Monday through Thursday). Don Reich as reunion chairman will be finalizing plans with his committee during the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
One hundred and thirty-eight sons and daughters of '44 have signed on (matriculated if you prefer) at Dartmouth over the years. The first three, way back in 1962 (Class of '66) were John Berry's George, Dave Mills' Gene Drake (a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
JOHN C. OSBORN
Paul Caravatt is doing a great job as our new newsletter editor (a formidable job to follow in the footsteps of Harry Hampton). The extent of his success is dependent upon classmates supplying him with material. The same goes for
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
DONALD E. FURBER
One of the special delights of living in the Northeast usually comes during the first week of October. Few of us ever appreciated the full array of fall colors as underclassmen, but I suspect there would be fewer of us now who
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
NORMAN S. FINK. ESQ.
There I was, bemoaning the lack of news to report this month and flipping through the pages of The Morning Union, Springfield's finest newspaper, and lo and behold what should I find on the business page but a headline reading
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
LOUIS N. PERRY
These notes are written in Houston, Texas, to which city yours truly has just been transferred by ray employer, my second change of residence this year. (Can't stand me long in one place.) Not knowing much about Dartmouth and 1948
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Class Notes
1949
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CHARLES SCHUETZ
CHARLES S. KILNER
By the time this is published, our fall get-together will be history. I hope that I will see many of you in Hanover for the Harvard game.
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
EDWARD TUCK II
How fast the summer slipped by, the year, and the years. Pause and reflect that 30 years have passed since we first arrived on the Hanover plain, a variegated group of callow youth and seasoned veterans. The elms that then
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
CARL L. GLASSBERG
The center insert of last month's issue was devoted to a complete report of this year's Alumni Fund drive. An enormous amount of time and effort went into making the record total of four and a half million dollars possible. Over
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Class Notes
1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
STEPHEN R. PARKHURST
'52 OUT! '52 OUT! Ah, the memories of the fall of 1948; some good, some not so good, but that's when it all began. And then, "Where, oh where are the grand old seniors?" June, 1952. That's where it all began again. Only this time in
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
DONALD C. SMITH
It's been a good fall. The big crowd at the Yale game was followed by a record turnout for Harvard in Hanover. Before the game, we had a class meeting that was largely devoted to the formation of Fred England's 25th reunion
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
RICHARD D. BARKER
The Dartmouth/Harvard weekend has come and gone. And although the football team was the ultimate loser, I understand everything else about the weekend was a winner. Unfortunately, I was unable to be there, but I have an
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE ALEXANDER
JED P. ISAACS
On September 18 the new Class Executive Commitee gathered at the Hanover Inn for its organizational meeting. Jim Nelson, who flew in from Milwaukee, reminded me that Dan Musser was the newly elected chairman of the Board of
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Class Notes
1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
THEODORE S. WEYMOUTH
How many of you look at this column hoping to read something interesting regarding a classmate and are usually disappointed? There are two reasons for this. You and me. Therefore, I am going to suggest that if you call me collect at
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
THOMAS A. KELLER III
Urgent request to all 57's! It may be appropriate to remind members of the Class that the ALUMNI MAGAZINE column is designed to present news items of general interest, not only to classmates, but to the alumni body as a whole.
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Class Notes
1958
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STANELY A. BEILEY
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
While in New York last week, I visited Paul Frankel. Paul is tax counsel with W. R. Grace & Company and has a splendid view of Manhattan from his office on the 44th floor of Grace's mid-town Manhattan building. Paul has been
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
BARRY R. BLAKE
When you receive this issue of the Alumni Magazine, the football season will be over, which is hard to imagine since, while I'm writing this column, it has "only just begun." (You know, that would make an excellent song title!)
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM McCARTER
ARNOLD E. SIGLER
The class executive committee is holding its annual meeting in Princeton this year before the football game on November 13. A report of this meeting will appear in the January issue. Meanwhile, I still have some news to report
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Class Notes
1961
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DANIEL I. REITH
HENRY EBERHARDT
For the last few months most of the news has come from guys marching to different drummers, doing such things as farming in Central America and traveling here, there and everywhere. This month it's reassuring to the rest of us
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Class Notes
1963
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
CHARLES T. PARTON
I have survived my first month here at the University of Michigan. As a "freshman" I have not been required to wear a beanie. Nor have I had to carry anyone's furniture - but my own. No dorm counselor is around to indoctrinate
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER VARKAS
STEVEN D. BLECHER
As both Thanksgiving and election time approach, one is moved to think of stuffed turkeys. To most Americans, one's candidate's election will help buy them a turkey while the other will give them the "bird" for nothing. Oh well,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
JAMES P. SCOTT III
For many months my file on class doctors has been building as questionnaires continue to slip into the roadside mailbox. During a week of fighting the neighborhood headcold and reading Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward, I resolved to
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Class Notes
1967
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DR. JONATHAN GOLDSMITH
JEFFREY M. ZIMMERMAN
John Hager is attending the American Graduate School of International Management in Glendale, Ariz. After graduating from George Washington University Law School, Stephen MeInikoff remained in Washington, D.C., where he is a
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
LT. MARK D. WATERHOUSE
First a note from our keeper of the funds, Mark Waterhouse, who extends his apologies to classmates who received notices to pay last year's dues after already having paid. Alas, we must remember that computer systems and their
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
ROBERT F. HOUSER
Bob Gamett has emigrated to England - at least temporarily. Bob was awarded a Fulbright-Hays (ahem!) fellowship earlier this year and found the prospect irresistible. Bob will work at Oxford as a member of Keble College. A scan
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART ROSENBLUM
MARK A. PFEIFFER
In the last column I had mentioned that Bob Jorgensen had been promoted to assistant vice president at the State Street Boston Leasing Co. Since space was tight, the editors held the rest of the information on Bob for this
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
MARK H. TOTMAN
As the autumn breezes begin to nip noses with their chilly bites, your secretary is settling down in a warm easy chair to pen this month's column.
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Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
DAVID J. FRIEND
By the time this column hits the streets, the elections will be over and America can settle back into more important things, like the Mike Douglas Show. It can now be revealed that I burned out the condenser in the first debate.
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES T. BROWN
Hear 'Ye '73s -
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Class Notes
1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
JACK E. THOMAS JR.
Well into the ski season here in Denver now, Hanover's climate perhaps has shown signs of white by now, too, as Dartmouth's '76 football record takes its final shape, perhaps rectifying correctly last year's auditing. Other campus
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
ROBERT M. HITTLE
Last year I opened the November column with a glowing (!) description of the inevitable events which occur during the closing weeks of the fall term prior to the Thanksgiving recess. I shall refrain from repeating myself and simply
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Class Notes
1976
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GEORGE F. CRONIN
ANN N. FRITZ
Because most of us are away from the Dartmouth experience for the first fall in four years, I feel it is appropriate to mention the people who are still concealing themselves. Word has it that Cathy Joyce "has been appointed an
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Article
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"WE ARE PROUD TO GIVE YOU THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI AWARD."
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ROBERT HARDY '25. "Law ... corporate, finance, and tax law. Assisting retired persons in planning their estates and investments: 'retirement hobby.' Red Cross ... Chamber of Commerce. Studies in finance ... published articles.
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Deaths
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(A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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Vox
The White Death Shark
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BERL BERNHARD '51
I do not choose to talk about the outlook for 1976. That will take care of itself. Self-designated prognosticators of future political events invariably prove wrong. Once is enough for me.
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