Issue: 19770601

Wednesday, June 1, 1977
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
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Inside: FOOTBALL APPLICATIONS
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Cluster Shed
Cluster Shed
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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COVER
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Pruning as a means to more nearly perfect wines.
Pruning as a means to more nearly perfect wines.
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4,6,8,10,11,12
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Calling 'Em
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SPRAGUE ENERGY
SPRAGUE ENERGY
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The Colonnade Hotel
The Colonnade Hotel
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green mountain homes
green mountain homes
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Stevenson Northland Incorporated
Stevenson Northland Incorporated
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Caneel Bay Plantation
Caneel Bay Plantation
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University Press of New England
University Press of New England
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DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB HOUSE
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Woodstock Inn
Woodstock Inn
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Arthur T Gregorian Inc
Arthur T Gregorian Inc
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Real Vest Corp.
Real Vest Corp.
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Mr. Badger Makes the Boats Go
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B.W.B.
WHAT looks a bit like a badger, except for the perpetual cigar drooping out of his mouth and the recently added mustache, is a badger. A Wendell Badger, to be exact. You can find this Badger near the water. Badge, as he's called,
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Edgewood Inn.
Edgewood Inn.
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the print mint gallery
the print mint gallery
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AVIS
AVIS
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John Bassette
John Bassette
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magic troll Ltd.
magic troll Ltd.
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Lyme Inn
Lyme Inn
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DAN & WHIT'S GENERAL STORE
DAN & WHIT'S GENERAL STORE
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THE LEAGUE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN
THE LEAGUE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN
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Lake Winnipesaukee
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The Bum Steer RESTAURANT
The Bum Steer RESTAURANT
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Castle Harbour
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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Rosey Jekes
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FRANZUS COMPANY
FRANZUS COMPANY
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ICE CREAM MACHINE
ICE CREAM MACHINE
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Stone House Inn
Stone House Inn
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Books
Reviews
Form and Message
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RUDI BLESH '21
In improvising jazz the performer in a real sense is composer. He moves on to composing from the chord progressions of an already-composed 32-bar pop ballad or from those of the traditional 8-, 12-, or 16-bar blues. In each phase of
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Books
Reviews
Right to Life
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RONALD M. GREEN
A book with this title by a distinguished pediatric surgeon promises insight into a physician's own struggle with some of the dramatic new problems imposed by modern medical practice. But the promise is never fulfilled. This
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Books
Reviews
Notes on a Pulitzer not given and on Dr. Bob, a gruff, humane Yankee who helped found AA
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R.H.R.
ONE DOESN'T normally choose to try conclusions with such august bodies as the Pulitzer Prize Advisory Board. For one thing, they sit, presumably, at the hub of the nation's book publishing activities, and we sit in Hanover, New
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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Edward Connery Lathem '51, Dean of Libraries, ed. 76 United Statesiana. Association of Research Libraries, 1976. 156 pp. paper, $5.75; hard cover, $7.50. From 200 years of American history Lathem has chosen 76 influential scholarly
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WARD AMIDON OF HANOVER
WARD AMIDON OF HANOVER
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MOOSILAUKE RAVINE LODGE
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DOC Alumni Trip
DOC Alumni Trip
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University Press of New England
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The College
The College
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"THE faculty of Dartmouth College have decided that hereafter no student shall have the benefit of a scholarship who will not pledge himself to spend no money for liquors, tobacco, billiards, or dancing."
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The College
Returns
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In the recent balloting for Alumni Trustee, George Munroe '43, with 83 per cent of the vote, was a clear winner over the Reverend Pauli Murray. A surprising number of alumni, 35 per cent of those eligible, voted in the contest
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The College
Joyfully Performed
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When F. William Andres '29 stepped down as an Alumni Trustee following Commencement, he completed a term of 14 years as a Board member, five years as its chairman. It was a time of enormous change in the College and a time of
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The College
Out
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In a friendly but firm way the ALUMNIMAGAZINE has been asked to vacate its three rooms in Crosby Hall, where it has subsisted since 1949, and move downtown. The three rooms, such as they are, are needed for personnel and records
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The College
'81 Out
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The Class of 1981, now accepted by and accepting Dartmouth, has come in almost on target for the male-female ratio decreed in January by the Trustees.
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The College
Between Sick and Dying
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We spent some time in May going to various talks, lectures, happenings, and even a full-blown symposium. One lesson learned is that the more things are "structured," the less they grip our attention. Anyway, our reporters'
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The College
New Man
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John E. Hanson '59, dean of Linfield College in Oregon, will the first of July become Dartmouth's first dean of students.
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The College
ROTC
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Even during the moribund years of ROTC - from 1973, when nine seniors graduated with Navy commissions, to 1976, when the Trustees re-established a Reserve Officer Training Program - military training was not a taboo
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The College
Changing Times
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Hal's Restaurant, located in the old Nugget alley next to Walt and Ernie's Barbershop, closes for good this month after some 25 years, under different owners, of serving hamburgers, French fries, and the like. A friend remembers
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The College
Keeping the Faith
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One of the pleasanter rites of passage - and newer traditions at the College - is the Senior Dinner, an occasion at which about-to-be graduates are welcomed into that preternaturally tenacious body known as Dartmouth alumni.
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The College
Time, Gentlemen
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Lindley Dodsworth and Lawrence Jenks, who work for the student housing office, are retiring this month after working at Dartmouth for a total of almost 90 years, which is a long time to work anywhere. Dodsworth started out in
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The College
Boiler
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Energy is ordinarily supposed to crunch, but right now it's squeezing. And the squeeze - as any au courant devotee of the cliché would tell you - has the College hoist on its own petard, between the horns of a dilemma, all the
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The College
Fully Developed
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Perhaps in deference to Dartmouth's intellectual temper, the Nugget recently presented the movie Pumping Iron. The distributor of the film did it up big, bringing in not only a bodybuilder to pose after the movie, but the star
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The College
Rx
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In the continuing treatment of the serious financial illness of the Medical School, a program of therapy prescribed as early as 1973 has culminated in an action which is expected to contribute to the health of that ailing
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The College
Seabrook
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The cause: stopping the growth of nuclear power. The place: Seabrook, New Hampshire. The players: 1,400 demonstrators from New England and beyond - 35 of them from the College.
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The College
Stooping
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The best location on campus for "stooping" is the stoop in front of Massachusetts Hall dormitory. The Mass Hall steps are like a grandstand from which stoopers can watch the world go by. The most popular time for stooping is
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Give a Rouse for –
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JULIUS A. RIPPEL '23, awarded an honorary D.Sc. from the Georgetown University School of Medicine and a D.H.L. from Upsala College.
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Feature
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Merchant of Menace, Purveyor of Pleasure
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DAN NELSON
ARTHUR LOEB MAYER, visiting professor of drama and lecturer in film at Dartmouth and other places, sometimes describes himself as "an old and thoroughly unreliable publicity man, a strictly commercial character, wholly unfit
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
Flying
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BRAD W. BRINEGAR '77
THE roots of the matter are anchored in self-defense. When I went to my enrollment interview, the first question the Dartmouth alumnus asked me was "Do you play football?" Since I stand six-feet five and weigh 200 pounds, this
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Commencement
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JAMES L. FARLEY '42
Emotional climate: sunny
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Article
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Honorary Degrees
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Earl Henry Blaik
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Article
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The Valedictories
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JOHN FINCH
LIKE you, I find I have memories which, in response to the season and the time, have been swimming up into consciousness these last few days. I remember my first mistake at Dartmouth, and my first triumph.
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They Also Went Forth
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RETIREMENTS
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Yesterday's Glories Tomorrow's ?
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JACK DeGANGE
A decade isn't a particularly long Aperiod of time. However, for Dartmouth athletics the years from 1968 until today represent a period of transition unmatched in any other equivalent span since the baseball team lost to
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Big Green Teams
Ups and Downs
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JACK DEGANGE
BROWSING the landscape and the waterfront: The Charles River is as much a home course for Dartmouth crews as the Connecticut River. The Green competes there with greater frequency than it does on the 2,000-meter straightaway
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Dartmouth Football – 1977 TICKET APPLICATIONS
Dartmouth Football – 1977 TICKET APPLICATIONS
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Alumni Clubs
Gold Coast
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RICHARD E. RUGHAASE '42
Secretary, 331 S.E. 5th Court Pompano Beach, Fla. 33060
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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
Sarasota
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DONALD W. SOLIS '28
President, 3394 Dartmouth Lane Sarasota, Florida 33580
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Alumni Clubs
Eastern Massachusetts
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Travel Program for Alumni, Families, and Friends:
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Alumni Clubs
Southwest Florida
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EDWARD S. McKINLAY '42
Secretary, 999 Admiralty Parade Naples, Fla. 33940
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Alumni Clubs
St. Louis
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DOUGLAS G. CORDERMAN '52
President, Emerson Electric Co. 8100 Florissant Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63141
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Alumni Clubs
Tucson
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ROGER C. WOLF '60
Secretary, 290 North Meyer Ave. Tucson, Ariz. 85701
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Alumni Clubs
San Diego
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PARKER MACDONELL '76
Secretary, 432 15th St. Del Mar, Calif. 92014
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Alumni Clubs
Japan
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JOSIAH STEVENSON IV '57
Secretary, House 28, 8-16, Mejiro 3-chome Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Alumni Clubs
Quebec
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DAVID DUNBAR '75
Secretary, #1103-2150 deMaisonneuve W. Montreal, Quebec H3H 1L2
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1902
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HERMON W. FARWELL
The subject of nicknames is often fascinating, especially in regard to college men. A single incident in the first days may give a man a label which, at least as far as his classmates are concerned. will stick to him all his life.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
MRS. ROBERT O. KENYON
Greb
We are sorry that "Ted" Redington fell at the nursing home in Laconia, N.H., late Saturday afternoon, April 16, breaking his right wrist and his glasses and cutting his upper face. An ambulance took him to the hospital. After
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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WALTER F. FURMAN
JOHN HINMAN
Thelma, widow of George Lowe, moved last June to an apartment at 300 Knowles Avenue, Winter Park, Fla. 32789. She plans to live here so long as she can until she removes to a Presbyterian home which is within a few miles of her
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
STANLEY W. LEIGHTON
President Harold S. Clark and wife Harriett attended the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Rumson Country Day School, Rumson, N.J. April 29-May 1. Harold was its first headmaster and served until his retirement in 1946.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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WHITNEY H. EASTMAN
KAREN EASTMAN
ANDREW SCARLETT
We received a nice long letter from Helen Lowell (Jim's widow) from her home in Warsaw, Va., saying that she is planning her customary summer trip to Maine and California to visit relatives and plans to contact Andy Scarlett
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
T. FRANKLIN DUDLEY
Word was recently received advising us of the death of Fred Long on March 3. This reduces the ranks of 1911 survivors to an even thirty. Our deepest sympathy is extended to his widow and daughters. See the obituary section in this
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD, M.D.
NELSON L. DOE
"And what is so rare as a day in June?" The trees and the flowers are just as beautiful as when Lowell wrote. That is the best news we can give you. By the time you read this, our 65th reunion, the last of the kind, will be a matter
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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HOWARD STOUGHTON
DR. MILTON ARONOWITZ
This is the story of a classmate who had a most distinguished military career in both world wars.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
ABRAHAM J. NEWMARK
Very few of our classmates chose to be born during the month of June, but according to our official astrologer the following men, whose birthdays are celebrated during this month, were born under the sign of Gemini, the Twins:
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1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
HAROLD H. LOUNSBERRY
The Class of 1915 can be very proud of the report in the March issue of "The Bulletin" from Hanover listing "Total Class Giving through June 30, 1976." For those who do not see this publication, 1915 is far out in front with a
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1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
H. BURTON LOWE
President Ev Parker represented the Class at the class officers' May meeting. Ralph Mendall and his daughter Jean Kaufman paid a visit to the secretary and Gay in March and Great-grandfather Ralph is as energetic as ever.
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1917
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LUMAN B. HOWE
LEONARD J. READE
What a fine cover on the April issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE! It was timely because it emphasizes the pull that "Hoppy" had on the hearts of all '17ers. He started his unparalleled career as president of the College in our senior
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1918
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DR. GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
GEORGE R. S. VON KAPFF
The following information is derived from the South Bend Tribune of March 30.
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1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
ROBERT N. WALLIS
We expect the usual good crowd at the fall reunion which will be held at Hanover September 23-24. You are advised to make your room reservations early. Write direct to the Hanover Inn.
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1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
NATHANIAL H. WHITESIDE, JR.
"Dal" Dalrymple has been appointed by Prexy McGoughran to be chairman of our post-55th reunion in Hanover, June 13-15. The College has provided us with an interesting and relaxed program.
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1921
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JOHN HURD
DONALD F. SAWYER
So you believe that Hanover has become the victim of overbuilding? Suffers from concrete city sprawl and suburban blight? Police busy with New York-style strikes, brawls, abductions, rapes, and murders? No so. In the 1976
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
SPENCER F. SMITH
Many a college class would consider its 55th reunion sufficient sociability for one year. But never the young Class of 1922, for at the end of one congenial assembly we look forward to another cordial get-together. Consequently,
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
CHARLES J. ZIMMERMAN
We are still cleaning up the tree damage from the worst storm of the winter, which made its debut on the first day of spring. This is the sort of experience that makes Florida converts of the likes of us, even if the weather
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1924
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DANA P. BENT
EARL C. DAUM
A reprint of a talk given by Ted Lamb at Hanover, regarding the United Nations, has been received. Ted considers the United Nations his principal cause and he is constantly seeking ways to increase its effectiveness. His concern is
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
GEORGE G. ZAHM
Bob Pike left his New Jersey residence one weekend this spring to visit his old home town of Littleton, N.H., and speak at Saint Mary's-in-the-Mountains (The White Mountain School) on "The Connecticut River Valley and Its People
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
ALBERT E. M. LOUER
On this day of writing (April 21), with the temperature at 38°F, a final report on '26 winter vacationers is still in order, notwithstanding June publication. Charlie and Edith Bishop at Holmes Beach, Fla., hosted a return
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Class Notes
1927
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CHARLES P. BAKER JR.
LAWRENCE W. SCAMMON
Our fiftieth reunion is here! Nostalgia. "Who can forget those - many memories - engravened in our hearts?" September 1923 seems like yesterday, when 595 of us entered Dartmouth as freshmen. We were the second class to be
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
WILHAM C. LARY
Craig Haines received the class treasurer of the year award during the class officers' weekend in Hanover May 6-7. His outstanding service to the Class and the College in his 24 years as treasurer was described in the citation
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
EDWIN C. CHINLUND
Bill Andres has completed his term as chairman of the Dartmouth College Board of Trustees. We are grateful to him for his outstanding service to the College during a difficult transition period.
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
LEON H. STURMAN
The migrancy of the members of 1930 has slowed to a walk during the year since our 1976 directory was published. Of our 400 classmates, only eight (2 per cent) reported substantial address changes. Among these was Fran Horn,
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
JOHN E. COGSWELL
News that accompanied class dues: JackEwing: "Still working ten hours per day, six days a week, and love it! 69 years, don't feel 40, not a pound of fat, sleep like a baby, and live it up each day."
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1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
LEON C. WARNER JR.
Some weeks ago I had a nice visit with Judge Milt Alpert of Albany, N.Y., who now spends his winters in nearby Pompano Beach. True to his promise of last summer, he attends our Ft. Lauderdale Dartmouth Club monthly luncheons and
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Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
MANSFIELD D. SPRAGUE
With this issue, the publication of 1933 class notes for 1976-77 comes to a close. We will resume in October with the latest news.
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Class Notes
1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
ALLAN C. JACOBSON JR.
This will be the last column until next fall, and I'll be darned if I know what happened to the time since last September, but it flew by.
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
ALVIN G. DODD
In April Polly and I started off on a trip to Washington and San Diego to visit our first grandson, born to daughter Ellen Farnham and John. Class news unexpectedly began to develop in Logan Airport, where we bumped into Boband
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
ROBERT O. FERNALD
This fall the class weekend at Hanover, held in conjunction with the executive committee meeting, is scheduled for September 16-18. This ties in with the Princeton game on September 17. The committee members and wives will be
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
FRANKLIN E. ROBIN
Katie and Bib
Publishing deadlines being what they are, this column is being written five weeks before that much-heralded 40th reunion. By the time you see it our reunion will be history. I'll wager it was the best we ever had!
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
RICHARD T. HOLT
The annual dinner meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Maine took place in late April in Portland. A quick check of the current alumni directory (a veritable gold-mine of factual information, alphabetically, geographically, and by
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
JAMES O. CORNER JR.
John Lee in a letter to Bert MacMannis recounts his return to the United States after 30 years abroad. He can be permanently found at 914 East Lemon St., Tempe, Ariz. 85281. But he has taken off for the summer, touring, apparently
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Class Notes
1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
ARTHUR W. OSTRANDER
Thanks to advances in medical technology, a surgeon's skill, and his own courage, class president John Crandall is getting about now with a manmade hip.
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Class Notes
1942
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RICHARD W. LIPPMAN
FREDERICK W. CASSIDY JR.
By now, we've had our 35th Reunion, and we've got a new bunch of class officers . . . and I can't report on either because I'm writing this fully six weeks or more before you're reading it. Whereas I cannot go into details and
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Class Notes
1943
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ROBERT REED GRAY
FREDERICK R. LENT
Since this column will be coming to you just prior to the end of June, the most important thing to realize is that you have only until the end of this month to make your contributions to this year's Alumni Fund. Bob Field, Fred Lent
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
BENJAMIN F. JONES
We're pleased to put in a plug for those hardworking Alumni Fund agents, Ben Jones and Ross Higier, and thus our annual message: take out your checkbook, write a number from one to nine, and then start adding zeros. Keep adding
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
JOHN E. LEGGAT
Now that the month of June has rolled around it is important to concentrate on the Alumni Fund. If you have not given or made a pledge, please do not delay any longer. We are leaders in our division of the Green Derby as this
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
JAMES F. LYNCH JR.
Although I am most pleased to be a permanent resident of conservative old New England, I also consider myself a part-time resident of the Greater Southwest. Our company's principal operation is in Tulsa, Okla., and so I end up
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
ALAN R. EPSTEIN
Another year has raced by, once again traveling at a swifter pace than we realized at the time. Suddenly the long, cold winter seems not to have been the drawn-out ordeal we moaned and groaned about in January and February,
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
HARTHON I. MUNSON
Finally managed to track down the one remaining '48 we know of in Oklahoma, Texas and Arizona not previously contacted by this scribe: Phil Kelly in Odessa out in the western part of Texas. Phil, then a young man from Boston,
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Class Notes
1949
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E. CHARLES SCHUETZ
WILLIAM H. H. CHAPMAN
I trust that spring has made its appearance in other parts of the country as it has in Chicago. It's a welcome sight after the terrible winter that we've had. I wonder if the duckboards are up in Hanover.
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
JOEL A. LEAVITT
Spring came. And the lilacs, in April not May. Early warmth tempted the flowering trees, and their blossoms lingered in bright profusion, merging individual hues on a brilliant palette. Cool nights only served to extend a radiant
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
JAMES A. BOVAIRD III
Many of you have expressed concern over the direction the College is taking and feel that many of the values and traditions as we knew them are falling by the wayside. Yes, Dartmouth has changed as any living, vibrant
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Class Notes
1952
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
JOHN P. BARCLAY JR.
It's all over! By the time you read this our 25th will be a moment in history and I think it is safe to assume it will have been a glorious moment in the life cycle of the Class of 1952. This is my last report to the Class as
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
F.R. JOSLIN JR.
As we head off into summer, it marks the beginning of the year of the 25th reunion. June 15-18, 1978, will be the biggest weekend there's ever been in Hanover. It will climax a series of mini-reunions, parties and celebrations that
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
STEPHEN M. MULLINS
There are big dealings planned for June 13 in New York. All '54s are invited to a cocktail party and dinner to celebrate the election of Dave McLaughlin as chairman of the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth College. The event will
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE ALEXANDER
MICHAEL C. GORTON
Only a couple of issues ago, we wrote that Jay Olson had been named assistant to the president of GAF Corporation. It seems he must have impressed while in the capacity because he has now been named senior vice president for that
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
CHARLES D. WINSLOW
Class Officers Weekend convened in Hanover on a balmy weekend in early May. These sessions are a learning, co-ordinating, and rejuvenating experience, especially when held in a pleasant, fun-filled atmosphere backed to
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Class Notes
1958
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STANLEY A. BEILEY
JOEL B. PORTUGAL
1 received an interesting note from OttoWagenbach and quote: "It has been a very long time since I have added anything to the '58 column, but 'fatherly pride' compels me to mention that my son Jeff has been accepted in Dartmouth's
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
MICHAEL M. HELLMAN
As I write this article for the June issue, we are in the midst of the '77 Fund drive. I hope, by now, all of you have given, since the Fund ends on June 30th. If, for some reason, you haven't, you can still contribute now and
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM H. McCARTER JR.
PHILIP C. KRON
I am sitting in my 55-degree living room wrapped in two sweaters and a blanket trying to write these notes by the light of three dim candles; the power has been out in our neighborhood for 18 hours after Massachusetts received
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Class Notes
1961
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DANIEL I. REITH
RONALD WYBRANOWSKI
The June reunion will be history by the time you read this, but you'll have to wait for the September issue for a full report on who was there, what they did, said and drank, when, where, why and how. For now, let me just express
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER VARKAS
CARL S. DU REI
Well, fellas, another school year is ending. Put another notch on the wall for years since departed from Dartmouth. Its been 13 years, guys; how does that make you feel? (I have no comment, for a change.) Well, now for the '77
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
JOHN W. HOSMER JR.
In addition to sharing the expenses and making fuller use of a short boating season, one of the benefits of owning a sailboat jointly with another family is that the hard work of sanding off the bottom paint, compounding the hull,
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Class Notes
1967
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DR. JONATHAN GOLDSMITH
WARREN C. COOK
Wayne Letizia is practicing tropical medicine at Friends Kaimosi Hospital, a mission hospital in Tiriki, Kenya, East Africa. He and his family will be there for three years and Wayne claims that they are enjoying the "warm" climate.
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
JOHN S. ENGELMAN
The news continues to roll in! David and Diane Peck spent last fall in Corinth, Greece, as archelogical artists at American excavations there. Son Eben was in tow and at the tender age of two years is nearly bilingual. Dave is now an
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
THOMAS M. PARKS
Ken Settel, we understand, was recently appointed to the medical staff at the Beverly Hospital in Beverly, Mass. If you have not kept up with Ken, he scooped up medical degrees from the University of Washington and Columbia.
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART ROSENBLUM
ERNEST J. BABCOCK
There is good news on a variety of fronts this month. Gary Brooks wrote to report that he and his wife Meny have a new son, one Thomas Lipscomb Coleman Brooks (TL for short), born on April 29, 1977. Rachel, who turned two last
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
CRAIG J. ROBELEN
As the waning days of spring fade into summer, June is upon us and the Green is once again green. Preparing to tuck the class scrapbook away until the fall, I came upon the following unfinished business. . . James"Mono" Monahan and
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Class Notes
1972
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JOHN D. BURKE
FRANK E. SULLIVAN JR.
June, the bridal month, and me without a thine to wear and no chance to get my hair done! By the time you read this column, our reunion will be history, and we'll be carrying a lot of memories around with us for a while.
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
WARREN J. JUROVATY
Fellow Classmates:
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Class Notes
1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
CHRISTOPHER C. GATES
As another class of undergraduates is magically and instantly transformed into alumni and alumnae, the same ceremonial circumstances of three years past come to mind. We recall Class Day orations in a beautifully green Bema, a
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
FREDERICK H. WADDELL
Some of you may recall the October 1976 issue of the '75 class notes in which I spoke of the traditional fraternity composite being moved from its heralded position over the fireplace in the living room to other locations in the
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
WILLIAM M. SAUBERT
In my usual style, I am sitting down to write of the monthly happenings hours before the deadline. I also am due at Logan Airport shortly to embark on a European tour. I'm completing my foreign language study on the five-year
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Obituary
Deaths
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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Colby Realty, Inc.
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WESCOTT, INC.
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DARTMoUTH National Bank
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Dartmouth Classified
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ANNIE L. MORGAN
ALONG the backroads and in the small towns of south Florida, Dartmouth College is not exactly a household word. Georgia Tech? Of course. Ole Miss? Sure. Even far away schools like the University of Virginia and Duke draw gleams of
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL BUREAU. INC.
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