Issue: 19761201

Wednesday, December 1, 1976
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Articles
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Dartmouth Apparel
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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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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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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COVER
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CHALLENGE Wilderness CAMP
CHALLENGE Wilderness CAMP
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER
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Winter
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YANKEE PEDLAR INN
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Plainfield, N.H.
Plainfield, N.H.
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Working with the Grain: Weed's Way with Students and Wood
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D.M.N.
SOME of Dartmouth's best teachers never stand in front of classrooms and never give grades, yet students under their direction spend hours of free time at work. Thanks to President Hopkins, who felt that an education in the
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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The Bum Steer RESTAURANT
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AMERICAN EXPRESS
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FIDELITY MUNICIPAL BOND FUND, LTD.
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Books
Reviews
Optimism Qualified
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DAVID A. BALDWIN
"The issue" between now and the year 2000, according to Herman Kahn, is "whether technological and economic growth tends to destroy and prosperity." Kahn and his Hudson Institute associates, physicist William Brown and
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Books
Reviews
Done or Left Undone
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JOHN S. MAJOR
As narrative histories, Prelude to Disaster and The Last Chopper succeed in presenting in clear and lively style an account of America's long, unhappy involvement in Vietnam as seen consistently from the point of view of the
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Books
Reviews
Juxtapositions
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Museum exhibitions - and the catalogs and books that accompany them - have come more and more to argue points of view rather than merely display works of art. This is an altogether appropriate innovation, for in the adroit
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Books
Reviews
Notes on some gentlemen songsters, with an aside on "antique and toothless alumni"
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R.H.R.
Let ev'ry young Sophomore fill up his glass, He-ta-i-roy Chairete, And drink to the health of our glorious class, He-ta-i-roy Chairete.
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Dartmouth Authors
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Edward S. Sternick, assistant professor of clinical medicine and biomedical engineering, ed. Computer Application in Radiation Oncology. University Press of New England, 1976. 559 pp. $15.00. The Proceedings of the Fifth
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MANCHESTER'S
MANCHESTER'S
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the print mint gallery
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THE MORTIMER BERKOWITZ COMPANY
THE MORTIMER BERKOWITZ COMPANY
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The College
The College
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ALUMNI MAGAZINE, 1930
"It is significant that the adoption of shorts for Hanover wear is the first concerted undergraduate movement in several years. Not since the breaking down of old traditions in 1924, headed by the abandonment of the picture
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The College
Cops and Robbers
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First we were informed by a front-page headline in the local paper that Hanover needed another detective - in addition to the one we have now - to help combat a rising crime wave. According to the chief of police, "The days of
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The College
"Chop 'em!"?
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The Indian symbol controversy rages on. Those who want the symbol back write letters to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Those who don't come up with ideas such as the Dartmouth Pine Trees, the Dartmouth Animals, the Dartmouth Dead Issues,
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The College
Leafy Kingdom
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That Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League is common knowledge, but did you know that Dartmouth Ivy is a member of the plant kingdom? Ivy clipped years ago from the walls of the Earl of Dartmouth's English manor house is still
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The College
Ma Thayer's Pub
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It hasn't been all that many years since bar-hopping was a one-stop affair in the town of Hanover. Since Peter Christian's opened a few years back, however, alcohol has been a growth commodity in the off-campus scene. As of
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The College
Scooped
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As you will see, this issue carries an article on "fashion" at Dartmouth. Dan Nelson '75 models the contemporary style for males: down vest, jeans, and boots.
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The College
Teapot Tempest
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Just as the presence of "X Delta," the abstract I-beam sculpture in front of Sanborn House, has raised a critical storm, a more representational piece questionable in either its "art" or its "tradition" - is creating its own
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The College
The Budget
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The Trustees, at their October meeting, approved a revised budget of $62,419,000 for the 1976-77 fiscal year, up $3.2 million over expenditures for last year.
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The College
Reunion Schedule
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Weeks before Christmas, visions of reunion tents are dancing in the heads of planners and other Hanover-bound alumni.
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Give a Rouse for –
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DANIEL H. SCHWARTZ '36, elected to the governing council of the American Public Health Association.
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Energy: thrift amidst a $1.4 million budget
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AMY K. DUNBAR '78
HAS Dartmouth succeeded in conserving energy since the energy crisis? According to Richard W. Plummer '54, director of Buildings and Grounds, energy-conserving measures have saved Dartmouth over $800,000, or the equivalent of
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Feature
The Glass of Fashion
The Glass of Fashion
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APPLIED to Dartmouth undergraduates, the words grate with incongruity. A more imprecise evocation of the Dartmouth image would be difficult to conjure up. Nevertheless, the Hanover Plain has witnessed over two centuries an astonishing
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The Glass of Fashion
Sartorial Splendor
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IN DAYS gone by, even Dartmouth students cultivated an air of offhand elegance, as opposed to what might be called the calculated raunchiness of more recent years. Different from the urbanity affected by collegians at Yale,
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Feature
The Glass of Fashion
Outdoorsmen
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THE Dartmouth look is the rugged look. Above, not Volga boatmen, but the 1875 crew, with the bald hills of Norwich beyond the Connecticut. Below, the Bicycle Club of about 1890 ready for a spin, hardly recognizable kin to 1972 freshmen
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The Glass of Fashion
A Bit Bizarre
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COLLEGE fashion seems usually to verge on the outrageous, but occasionally it spills over. Above, ostrich feathers sprout in profusion at a Carnival Costume Ball in the early '30s. At right, the "Shorts Rebellion," when
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Today's Uni
Today's Uni
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ALUMNI ALBUM
President of the Bar
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B.W.B.
Ordinarily, a gentleman who suggests to his associates that the problem facing their profession is an overabundance of business would be regarded with suspicion.
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ALUMNI ALBUM
District Attorney
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M.B.R.
His "top prosecutorial priorities" read like a Christmas wish list for criminal justice: a tough campaign against violent crime, greater consideration for victims, stiffer measures against white- collar criminals, increased attention to
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Feature
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Magic Mountain
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H.B. WAUGH JR.
IT all begins with Freshman Trip. The weary freshman gets off the bus, his face stained with the sweat of several days on the trail. He walks down the gravel path to the Ravine Lodge, enters the main room, and looks around. On
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The Undergraduate Chair
Searching for Veritas
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BRAD W. BRINEGAR '77
It happens every year. Dartmouth meets Harvard in an athletic contest, and within a week letters to the respective editors have been printed and reprinted in The Crimson and The Dartmouth, letters regarding the nature and
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A MEMORANDUM
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JAMES L. FARLEY '42
TO: Prank Smallwood '51 V.P. and Dean for Student Affairs FROM: Richard Hovey '85 SUBJ: ART
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Faces from the Past
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IN 1843 a pair of young men - one of them from West Fairlee, Vermont, just up the river from Hanover - set up a daguerreotype studio on Tremont Row in Boston. In an all-too-brief blaze of creativity Albert Sands Southworth, the
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Big Green Teams
Forgotten?
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JACK DEGANGE
IT was Tuesday, November 9, three days after Dartmouth had seen its third comeback attempt of the season fall short at Providence. Brown had won, 35-21, beating the Green for the first time since 1955 and taking the next-to-last
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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
Eastern Massachusetts
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GARRET G. RASMUSSEN '71
Secretary, 39 Chestnut Street Boston, Mass. 02108
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Alumni Clubs
Chicago
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ROBERT NASH '66
Secretary, 111 West Monroe Street Chicago, Illinois 60603
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Alumni Clubs
Southern California
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H. FLINT RANNEY '56
Secretary, 193 Tigertail Rd. Los Angeles, Calif. 90049
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Alumni Clubs
Georgia
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BART PALMER '68
Secretary, 2670 Ridgemore Rd. NW Atlanta, Ga. 30318
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Alumni Clubs
St. Louis
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ALLAN G. CURTIS T '73
Secretary, 1655 Andrew Drive Warson Woods, Mo. 63122
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Alumni Clubs
Phoenix
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WILLIAM A CARTER '20
Secretary, 2549 E. Beryl Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. 85028
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Alumni Clubs
Switzerland
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RONALD T. MURPHY
Secretary, 6, chemin Pre-Moret CH-1249 Soral, Switzerland
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Alumni Clubs
Paris
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GEORGE B. BOSWELL '39
President, 172 Bd. Bineau 92200 Neuilly, France
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Alumni Clubs
Seacoast Region
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JOHN GUY '60
Secretary. 5 Lexington St. Dover, N.H. 03820
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Alumni Clubs
Gold Coast
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R E RUGHAASE '42
Secretary, 331 S. E. 5th Court Pompano Beach, Fla. 33060
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
At the moment of writing this report it is not easy to realize that it is time to include the Christmas greeting of the Class of 1902 to all who may look at this column.
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Class Notes
1908
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ALLAN M. PERKINS
JOHN H. HINMAN
Most sincere thanks to those who took the trouble to reply to our fall "greetings."
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
The death of Mrs. Albert R. Everts of Weston, Mass., Wally Ross's widow Helen, has been reported, as has that of Bessie Edwards Newton, widow of Jonah Jay Newton of La Plata, Md.
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Class Notes
1910
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WHITNEY H. EASTMAN
KAREN EASTMAN
ARTHUR LORD
Hazen Jones and his wife Rena spent the summer in Sebasco, Me., as usual. All their children and grandchildren were with them to celebrate Rena's 81st birthday. Their older son Kimball '46 and his family spent most of the summer
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
DONALD A. CHENEY
In response to a birthday card, Lin-Yi-Ho writes, "In thanking you for your kind thought and remembrance, let me say in the usual Chinese traditional way, 'So many years I've passed away in idleness.' I am still carrying on, but
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD, M.D.
FLETCHER CLARK JR.
The Exeter News-Letter of September 29 carried a front-page article on Elizabeth Park, now back in her early home in Kingston, N.H. The story covered her life, much of which was unknown to many of her husband's classmates. After
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Class Notes
1913
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HOWARD STOUGHTON
ROBERT O. CONANT
The late Dr. Harry T. French whose obituary was published in the October ALUMNI MAGAZINE will be remembered with deep respect and affection by many of his classmates but especially by Fred Page, Bob Conant, and BillTerry, with
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ARTHUR S. WHEELOCK
After consulting with the three "Wise men" and our official astrologer, we perceive that the following men whose birthdays chance to fall in December were born under the sign'of Sagittarius, the Archer, Donovan and Hallett,
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
SAMUEL H. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
In the absence of recent news from classmates, I went back and reviewed correspondence which had come to me at the time of my illness. Pete Pray wrote that he was recovering from a slight heart attack and that they were
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
JAMES H. COLTON
Holiday salutations and salubrious wishes for 1977.
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Class Notes
1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
VICTOR C. SMITH
As you classmates have noted, the timing of the news is difficult in relation to the publication of this magazine; so we will try to look ahead as well as behind in keeping you up-to-date. Among the 20,000 who attended the
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Class Notes
1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
DONALD L. BARR
There appears to be a dearth of hard news for the December class notes. Let's see what we can substitute.
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Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
CHESTER W. DEMOND
The Chadwells made a visit East in October. I saw them at Brae Burn, where they were having dinner with a friend. Later they spent some time with Hester and John McCrillis. Bud Potter reports he is getting good results from the
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
ALBERT W. FREY
In the November issue I introduced the "1920 Great Grand Pappies Club" with Warrie Gault and Al Frey as proud members. Since then the list has grown to include Forby Forbush, CyRounsville, and Ted Marden. Perhaps others should be
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Class Notes
1921
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JOHN HURD
DAVID C. BOWEN
What price soberness? On a post card sent to Tuck School, Cliff Corbet reported that he had been "soused" daily on a 21-day Grand Canyon raft trip. Full of zealous editing or unable to read handwriting, the Tuck magazine exculpated
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
CARROLL DWIGHT
Forty Dartmouth classes had homecoming get-togethers in Hanover during the Harvard weekend. What with breakfasts, luncheons, parties, and dinners, every class enjoyed itself. And none more so than your class of 1922 with more
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
THEODORE R. MINER
I hope you all saw Jim Landauer's letter to the editor titled "Whither Education" in the September issue. Jim regrets the radical changes in educational concepts durin'g the past 50 years and hopes the College will do something
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
STANLEY F. CHITTICK
In the October issue we made the statement that those who did not make the Bonnie Oaks weekend would miss a good time. This statement proved correct when one of the largest groups we have ever had assembled, and the party was
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
MOTT A. GARLOCK
The mid-October weekend with the Harvard football game was the time of the annual '25 fall meeting in which about 75 persons participated.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
H. DONALD NORSTRAND
JOHN W. ROBERTS
Since there is some futility in dwelling on the score of the Harvard game, we will concentrate on the arithmetic of 1926 participation during an otherwise .great weekend. 29 classmates, 21 wives, and 27 relatives and guests, making
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article
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48,49
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Class Notes
1927
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
HARRY D. CUMMINGS
Dick's House was approved by the executive and reunion committees, as the theme for our 50th reunion next June. It is most appropriate, since this adjunct to the hospital was given by Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hall in memory of their son
4719181_19761201_000084.xml
article
49
49
Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OSMUN SKINNER
CRAIG B. HAINES
Rick Rickenbaugh was the subject of a full-page article in the Denver Post of October 20 headlined "Age 70 Comes to Rickenbaugh," with a large picture of Rick (he certainly doesn't look his age) and a smaller one of Rick and
4719181_19761201_000085.xml
article
49
49
Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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[no value]
[no value]
HAROLD H. LEICH
JOHN C. HUBBARD
Cheers for John Dickey and the tract in the College Grant that has been named in his honor!
4719181_19761201_000086.xml
article
49
49,50
Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES V. RAYMOND
HARRISON F. CONDON
Woodstock to youth means one thing, to us another, and in October that other was a successful informal reunion with more than 100 present at one or another of the scheduled events, which included an executive committee meeting,
4719181_19761201_000087.xml
article
50
50
Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN S WEATHERLEY
JOHN W. COGSWELL
Harold Glickman of Newton was recently elected president of the Brookline-Brighton-Newton district of the Zionist Organization of America.
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article
50
50,51
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Class Notes
1932
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[no value]
[no value]
ADRIAN A WALSER
HOWARD W. PIERPONT
It is 28° outside our room at Occom Inn in Hanover as Addie and I prepare to return to Florida after two weekends in the north country, and I want to write down impressions of our mini-reunion before returning home.
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article
51
51
Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
ALEXANDER S. CUNNINGHAM
Present at the executive committee meeting in Hanover on October 16 were president Bill Dewey, secretary George Drowne, class agent Chet Thomson, bequest chairman Jud Pierson, and executive committee members Wes Beattie, Sam Gass, Rip
4719181_19761201_000090.xml
article
51
51,52
Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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[no value]
[no value]
GEORGE E. COGSWELL
EDWARD S. BROWN JR.
And a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours, from June and me!!!
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article
52
52
Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD D. MUZZY
C. HALL COLTON
And how about a class reunion in London? The occasion in mid-October was a meeting of the Dartmouth Club of London at ancient Middle Temple Hall. Present, and not even on a tour together, Henrietta and Bob Hage, Margaret and
4719181_19761201_000092.xml
article
52
52,53
Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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[no value]
[no value]
PAUL B. LYNCH
CLIFFORD W. ENGLAND
At this writing the glow is still on in respect to a most pleasurable weekend in the environs of Hanover, which even the rather lack-lustre performance of the football team against Harvard failed to dim. The official reason for the
4719181_19761201_000093.xml
article
53
53
Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT C. BANKART
THOMAS D. NAST
In September we had the pleasure of dinner at Eileen and Crawf Hinman's house. The occasion was a visit north by Bernice and Phil Conti, who always try to stay a few days with them. Ed Casey with sparkling humor and snow-white
4719181_19761201_000094.xml
article
53
53
Class Notes
Class Notes
1938
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[no value]
[no value]
JAMES A. BRIGGS
AUGUST R. SOUTHWORTH JR.
On Saturday morning before the Harvard game a meeting of the class executive committee was held, and it was, inevitably, a sad one - sad because the reason for it was to act on the resignation of Squee Ellis as class president
4719181_19761201_000095.xml
article
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53,54
Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD S. JACKSON
CORNWALL MILLER
Jim Sampson passed on after an extended illness on October 17 in Lancaster, Pa., where he'd spent the better part of his life since graduation. Condolences have been sent to Ellie and the family.
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54
Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
STETSON WHITCHER
Author of the critically-acclaimed cinematic satire, The Front, released to the movie circuits in early November, is classmate Walter Bernstein, who has wrested from a career-crippling experience in his own life 25 years ago a film
4719181_19761201_000097.xml
article
55
55
Class Notes
Class Notes
1941
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[no value]
[no value]
STEPHEN W. WINSHIP
LOUIS A. YOUNG JR.
XXXVth REUNION, June 12-15, 1977.
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Class Notes
1942
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
A. JAMES O'MARA
In just about six 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. You will be reminded of this quite often between now and then, not only in
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56
Class Notes
Class Notes
1943
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[no value]
[no value]
ROBERT REED GRAY
PAUL F. YOUNG
The informal fall reunion was one of the best ever. The weekend kicked off with a cocktail party and buffet hosted by Church and DottieLeonard. The turnout was almost double that originally expected. The Leonard's Party was,
4719181_19761201_000100.xml
article
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Class Notes
1944
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[no value]
[no value]
FREDERICK L. HIER
J. WILLIAM CRAIG
We were too busy this fall splitting wood and de-fleaing the yellow Labs to have kept good book on the faithful who made it to Hanover for the four home football games, but we did emerge for Harvard weekend festivities, October
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article
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57
Class Notes
Class Notes
1946
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[no value]
[no value]
EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
DONALD'E. FURBER
Last month I ventured a faint prediction that Dartmouth might have a winner on the gridiron this year, but true to form I relearned my lesson of never trying to predict anything in Ivy League football. I really thought we had the
4719181_19761201_000102.xml
article
57
57
Class Notes
Class Notes
1947
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[no value]
[no value]
SAXTON W. FLETCHER
NORMAN S. FINK, ESQ.
As the fella said: "I don't mind becoming a grandfather. It's just knowing that from now on I'll be sleeping with a grandmother!"
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article
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57,58
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Class Notes
1948
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANCIS R. DRURY
LOUIS N. PERRY
Quite a number of the men of 1948 make their livelihoods and contributions to their communities in the field of education. One of those who has made an outstanding contribution in this area is Herb Shulman, an accomplishment
4719181_19761201_000104.xml
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58,59
Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES SCHUETZ
CHARLES S. KILNER
The fall reunion weekend was an outstanding success. More than 20 classmates put in an appearance, and everyone seemed to have a good time eating, drinking and talking. After the bonfire Friday night (the second of two they had
4719181_19761201_000105.xml
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59
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Class Notes
1950
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[no value]
[no value]
JACQUES HARLOW
EDWARD TUCK II
There was a time in the long ago and distant past when you could toll the weeks of autumn by the Big Green football schedule. Foliage came with Penn or Princeton, goblins with Yale, and snow with Cornell. The new schedule wrecks
4719181_19761201_000106.xml
article
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59,60
Class Notes
Class Notes
1951
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[no value]
[no value]
HENRY NACHMAN JR.
CARL L. GLASSBERG
As of this writing we are right in the middle of the fall season. After several trips to the north country in recent weeks, I must say that I think this is the most beautiful time of the year. The colors were particularly vibrant
4719181_19761201_000107.xml
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60
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Class Notes
1952
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[no value]
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
STEPHEN R. PARKHURST
Sometimes events which get a big build up or opportunities you eagerly anticipate don't live up to expectations. However, if the Class turn-out in Hanover over the Harvard game weekend in mid-October is an omen of things to
4719181_19761201_000108.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1953
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD J. BLUM
DONALD C. SMITH
With the holidays at hand, we'd like to pause long enough to wish everybody a happy and joyous season. We hope that the past year was a good one and that you achieved the goals you set out for a year ago. Health and happiness to all.
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61
Class Notes
Class Notes
1954
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[no value]
[no value]
FREDERIC ALPERT
RICHARD D. BARKER
Thanks to Pete Kenyon, I have just received the minutes of the class executive meeting, held in Hanover during the Harvard/Dartmouth weekend. Can you believe it - the Executive Committee is already planning for our 25th reunion,
4719181_19761201_000110.xml
article
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1955
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
BRUCE ALEXANDER
TED P. ISAACS
We were delighted to receive a letter from Briscoe Lang's daughter Susan, an extremely mature and expressive young lady who obviously has her mother's talent. She attended our twentieth reunion and felt she wanted to speak for
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article
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62
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Class Notes
1956
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[no value]
[no value]
FREDERICK P. OMAN
THEODORE S. WEYMOUTH
Since the next four years will most likely be humorless if our new leader sets the example, I thought the class would enjoy some excerpts from our own Charles Morrisey's recent piece, "Let's Not Be Beastly To Swine," reprinted by
4719181_19761201_000112.xml
article
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62
Class Notes
Class Notes
1957
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[no value]
[no value]
BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
THOMAS A. KELLER III
The 1976 Alumni Fund campaign is history, and the men of '57 were were responsible for a 61 per cent participation index and for more than doubling our Class' 1975 contribution to the College are the regional agents and their
4719181_19761201_000113.xml
article
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62
Class Notes
Class Notes
1958
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
STANLEY A. BEILEY
WILLIAM C. VAN LAW JR.
Larry Fuller is with the department of English at Bloomsburg State College, Bloomsburg, Penn. and has been granted tenure. Larry received his Ph.D. in education from Johns Hopkins and has been fortunate to spend a recent summer
4719181_19761201_000114.xml
article
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62,63,64
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Class Notes
1959
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[no value]
[no value]
DOUGLAS WISE
BARRY R. BLAKE
Believe it or not - this article is being written on election day. The suspense is driving us Georgians wild. Without any politic involved, I hope you voted for the winner!
4719181_19761201_000115.xml
article
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64
Class Notes
Class Notes
1961
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DANIEL I. REITH
HENRY EBERHARDT
Participation in public affairs is the common thread running through much of the news this month. First, Bill Shure writes that since his stint as assistant minority counsel to the Senate Watergate Committee, he has been chief
4719181_19761201_000116.xml
article
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64,65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1962
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ARTHUR W. HOOVER
EDWARD FALKENBERG
Okay everyone, if you want to be fully prepared for the 15th in June, start sending in those cards and letters so I can promote your failures and successes in the column during the next few months. Frankly, the mail bag has been
4719181_19761201_000117.xml
article
65
65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1963
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
KEVIN G. LOWTHER
CHARLES T. PARTON
This is written the day before the election. Whoever wins, it means four more years.
4719181_19761201_000118.xml
article
65
65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1964
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ALEXANDER VARKAS
STEVEN D. BLECHER
Weil, the Harvard game has come and gone and, as usual, a good contingent of '64s made it back to enjoy end zone seats. The consensus of opinion among us was that our football team as adopted the Woody Hayes strategy of three
4719181_19761201_000119.xml
article
65
65,66
Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD J. AVERY
JAMES P. SCOTT III
About once a month the alumni office forwards clippings they receive concerning milestones in our careers. Lately I've been letting these accumulate while spending time in sorting through the information forms so many of you
4719181_19761201_000120.xml
article
66
66
Class Notes
Class Notes
1966
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LARRY GEIGER
PAUL A. BABCOCK III
Class treasurer Paul Babcock, the fellow who asks us for our annual dues, is in the news himself. Paul has been named administrative assistant to the president of New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, responsible for
4719181_19761201_000121.xml
article
66
66
Class Notes
Class Notes
1967
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[no value]
[no value]
DR. JONATHAN GOLDSMITH
JEFFREY M. ZIMMERMAN
John Shea and Diane Gaucher (UNH, 1971) plan a February wedding. John holds a law degree from B.U. and is in practice in Manchester, N.H. Diane is personnel manager for the Bank of New Hampshire. After a year at the SUN Y at New
4719181_19761201_000122.xml
article
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66,67
Class Notes
Class Notes
1968
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[no value]
[no value]
DAVID LORING
LT. MARK D. WATERHOUSE
Happy holidays! On the Hanover scene, Julian (Chip) Green, a former Alpha Theta thrush and map librarian at Dartmouth (while working on a master's degree in geology), has been accepted to the Simmons College Graduate School of
4719181_19761201_000123.xml
article
67
67
Class Notes
Class Notes
1969
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[no value]
[no value]
RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
ROBERT F. HOUSER
Tully Mott has been transferred to the London headquarters of the Europe, Middle East and Africa division of the Bank of America. Tully moved from Tehran. He writes, "It is a great pleasure to enjoy some of the finer things of
4719181_19761201_000124.xml
article
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67
Class Notes
Class Notes
1970
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[no value]
[no value]
, STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
MARK A. PFEIFFER
There was quite a crowd of 70's at the Harvard game in Hanover and as usual I passed around a yellow legal pad in hopes of getting some news as to how people were spending their time these days. As usual, members of the class
4719181_19761201_000125.xml
article
67
67,68
Class Notes
Class Notes
1971
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[no value]
[no value]
THOMAS G. JACKSON
MARK H. TOTMAN
A quiet, unpopulated college campus is an unnatural sight, but for the Christmas season each year the tranquil stillness is a welcome and appropriate change from the disquietude of its everyday existence . . .
4719181_19761201_000126.xml
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68
Class Notes
Class Notes
1973
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[no value]
[no value]
STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
JAMES T. BROWN
Fellow '73s
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article
68
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1974
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
JACK E. THOMAS JR.
Conceptually difficult, refreshing, or surprising may be the fact that another new year is forcing its presence into our lives. In the same league with this faction is the realization that not all of the news that's fit fits! As
4719181_19761201_000128.xml
article
69
69
Class Notes
Class Notes
1975
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[no value]
[no value]
GILBERT F. PALMER IV
ROBERT M. HITTLE
With Christmas just around the corner all '75's should be thinking of at least two things - class dues and letters to your class secretary. Please don't forget either of these two itmes. Bob Hittle, class treasurer, has sent out
4719181_19761201_000129.xml
article
69
69
Class Notes
Class Notes
1976
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[no value]
[no value]
GREGORY F. CRONIN
ANN N. FRITZ
There is no column this month because no one sent me any mail. I was so busy helping Carter and Mondale get elected I didn't have time to make anything up. If you want to read about yourself and your friends (or enemies), you have
4719181_19761201_000130.xml
article
63
63
Article
[no value]
The Baffling Bradley Contest
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GALEWESCOTT
Fairly early in the evening of November 2, David Bradley was declared the winner in New Hampshire's fifth district state Senate race. This victory was not cause of celebration at the Hanover home of Democratic challenger David
4719181_19761201_000131.xml
article
70
70,71,72,73,74
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
(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
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STEPHEN D. HAYES '66
EDUCATION, like the other aspects of society, must be continually modified and modernized in order to remain relevant. But the business of modifying and modernizing is a difficult one. One of the primary difficulties is institutional
4719181_19761201_000146.xml
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