Issue: 19771101

Tuesday, November 1, 1977
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Articles
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ALUMINI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMINI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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On cultivating the vineyard for better wines.
On cultivating the vineyard for better wines.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Frightening Questions
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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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E.Howard and Co.
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEI BUREAU, INC.
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Pinewood Village
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4719181_19771101_000009.xml
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Dartmouth National
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Arthur T Gregorian Inc Oriental Rugs
Arthur T Gregorian Inc Oriental Rugs
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4719181_19771101_000011.xml
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"OLD DARTMOUTH" REMEMBERANCE
"OLD DARTMOUTH" REMEMBERANCE
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SKI DARTMOUTH SKIWAY
SKI DARTMOUTH SKIWAY
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The American Express Card
The American Express Card
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Sheraton Inn & Conference Center
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green mountain homes
green mountain homes
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DARTMOUTH OUTWARD BOUND
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shopping shopping international
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Dick's House Is Her House
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S.G.
"RUTH KING sets the tone of Dick's House," says Dr. Raymond Jackson, the director of the Dartmouth health service. King holds the position of Administrator of Patient Care Services at Dick's House, the college infirmary. On
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Castle Harbour
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Anne Taylor OF VERMONT
Anne Taylor OF VERMONT
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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ELSA ROSS A.S.I.D.
ELSA ROSS A.S.I.D.
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Camera Shop Hanover
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The Country Business Brokers
The Country Business Brokers
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4719181_19771101_000025.xml
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Gulf+Western Hotels in the Dominican Republic
Gulf+Western Hotels in the Dominican Republic
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Palmas del mar
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Franconia Inn
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AVIS
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Congenial Gathering Places
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Elegantly simple. Simple elegantly
Elegantly simple. Simple elegantly
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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YANKEE PEDLAR INN
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The Red Lion Inn
The Red Lion Inn
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Books
Reviews
Idealism in the Trenches
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ROBERT A. PICKEN '56
Stratis Myrivilis' Life in the Tomb belongs to that select group of World War I novels which can still bring home to a contemporary reader not only the brutality and horror of trench warfare, but also the mental and emotional
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Books
Reviews
Law of the Jungle
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JOHN S. RUSSELL JR. '38
The corporate takeover of the most ruthless kind, sometimes known as the "Saturday Night Special" and its slightly less ruthless "bear hug," and the part played by lawyers in such transactions form the central action of Bruce
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Books
Reviews
Bound by Emotion
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R.H.R.
North of Boston, Robert Frost's second book, was published in 1914. It consisted of 17 poems - dramatic narratives, dialogues, lyrics - which, though they cut across generic lines, shared several important features, the most obvious
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Books
Reviews
Notes on a realist among the Cassandras and one microcosmic answer to a macrocosmic question
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R.H.R.
CAN THE world be fed in the year 2025? Probably not, say many scientists agronomists, demographers, geographers, climatologists - and the evidence they adduce posits a series of complex, interrelated events which taken together
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the hillwinds shop
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Chalet MOTOR LODGE
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THANWHEELER'S
THANWHEELER'S
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SHADY LAWN MOTEL
SHADY LAWN MOTEL
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Dartmouth Authors
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Richard N. Campen '34. Sanibel and Captiva. . . Enchanting Islands. West Summit Press, 1977. 96 pp. Illustrated. $8.95. As demonstrated by his four previous books, Campen is an expert on the history of architecture, particularly
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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COUNTRYMAN
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Article
The College
The College
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Charles E. Widmayer '30
"THE varying characters of different alumni clubs were relished by [President Hopkins], The Cleveland alumni, for example, were known as a rambunctious bunch, with a tradition of heckling the dinner speaker. Mr. Hopkins
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The College
Visitors: Sociobiology and Texas Funk
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Never let it be said that Dartmouth's calendar of events lacks diversity. "Last month, within a three-day span, the College was visited by two distinguished persons: the noted scientist Edmund O. Wilson, of Harvard University,
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The College
Guide
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This may be a small college, but as of this year it has a university-sized survival manual for students, thanks to the efforts of an assistant dean for student information, a few others from the übiquitous deanery, and a crew
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The College
Thel
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"Over more to the right ... no, that's too far. Can't you swing that piece down over here?" Beverly Pepper is at work, and she isn't pleased. "Well, then you have to un-bolt that whole section." She sighs. It is late September,
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Give a Rouse for –
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ROY ROWAN '41, elected to Fortune magazine's board of editors.
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Circling the Green
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• The Medical School has received grants from the Commonwealth Fund ($1 million) and the Mellon Foundation ($450,000) for curriculum development.
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Feature
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The Campaign for Dartmouth
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DARTMOUTH'S open secret came in from the cold early this month when the Trustees officially announced the start of a $160-million, five-year capital campaign. It is called the Campaign for Dartmouth. The $160-million goal dwarfs
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See How They Run
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Dan Nelson
ANYONE who reads "Peanuts" or "Doonesbury" knows that recreational running is serious business. What in other places may be the obsession of a conspicuous few is, in Hanover, an epidemic. This is a town where the latestmodel
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A small-town fever
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D.N.
THE fifth annual Medical School Marathon departed from Parkhurst Hall on Sunday, October 2, in a rare burst of autumn sunshine. Runners in the AAU-sanctioned, 26-mile 385-yard event had to circle Occom Pond twice before
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It's all in the soul
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Erich Segal
NEVER mind the doctors! We should ignore their Hippocratical remarks. They tell us running is the best way not to die (too soon). And hence our parks now teem with converts chasing immortality.
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ALUMNI ALBUM
Underseas Sleuth
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M.B.R.
ANCIENT shipwrecks and sunken treasures of the Spanish Main. Shades of Blackbeard and sea chests spilling over with precious gems and pieces of eight. Historical archeology evokes quite another image: meticulous scientists searching
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The DCMB Double-entendre March
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Anne Bagamery
Sousa wouldn't recognize it
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Fie on the Flush Toilet
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Harold H. Leich
ACCORDING to ancient lore of the American Indian, the penalty for anyone who deliberately polluted a spring was swift and sure - death. When I look into the clear water of a toilet bowl, I sometimes think it would be a criminal
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The Undergraduate Chair
Seeing Number One
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MARK HANSEN '78
PARKHURST HALL is not one of Dartmouth College's more inviting buildings. Stolid and square, it sits in the distance like a monumental tomb. The architecture can only be charitably described as eclectic. Throughout my
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Big Green Teams
Their Fathers' Sons
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THE fall weekend whereabouts of Joe Sullivan '49, Dr. Bud Lynch '38, and Gene Teevens '52 can be determined by checking a Dartmouth football schedule. Sullivan, voted the outstanding New England football player of 1948, has been
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Big Green Teams
Erin's Daughters
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BRAD HILLS '65
THE highlight of the season for the Dartmouth varsity field hockey team occurred before the fall-term began. Coach Mary Corrigan's 15-member squad and trainer Kathy Heck spent two weeks in Ireland where they played ten games
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THE SCORES
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(through October 22)
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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WALTER F. FURMAN
A tremendous blow to the Class came with the news of Larry Treadway's death on September 4 at Williamstown. Larry was one of the class leaders, always present at reunions and always ready to do more than his part in response to
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Reg and Molly Colley attended the annual meeting of the American Wood Preservers Association held in Charleston, S.C., the week of September 11-17. Reg enjoyed taking part in the various seminars.
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Class Notes
1910
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KAREN AND WHITNEY EASTMAN
Bill Taylor did not spend the summer in Cape Cod as usual. He chose to stay in Florida and enjoy the ocean breezes from his trailer home in Briny Breezes.
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
The depletion in the ranks of 1911 members continues at a rather alarming rate. Carl Waterbury died on September 17 and John Learoyd on September 23. John served as head class agent for several years until failing health brought
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD
Not long ago an interesting letter arrived from Ernest Osgood, who is a retired professor of history at Wooster College in Ohio. Together with the letter was a reprint of one of his historical articles which memorialized the dog
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
Looking again into the crystal ball reveals that of the following men whose birthdays fall in November, Austin, Campion, Foss, and Piatt were born under the sign of Scorpio, the Scorpion, whereas Webber came forth under the sign
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Those '15ers who missed the interim reunion failed to greet the following who were in attendance: George Dyke and wife Madeleine; Charlie Comiskey, wife Isabel and friend Betty Stone; George Martin Sr. and son George Jr.; Eban
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
Our esteemed president received more letters and news than your secretary this summer, with epistles from Joanne Chutter, Jean Woolworth and Aline Burnham. Aline's letter gives a very favorable impression of how the College
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
First of all acknowledgment and grateful thanks must be offered to the loyal classmates who have sent in checks for class dues. The first letter was sent out the middle of September, and only three weeks later 50 of you have already
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Class Notes
1918
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GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
A few weeks ago I phoned Cort Horr and was sorry to learn that Marian had been in the hospital for about three weeks. We were glad to get a phone call three or four days ago from Marian saying that she was finishing her
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Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
I had expected to collect considerable news for this column at the fall reunion. However, Bea sustained an injury to her leg and could not make the trip. This is the first fall reunion we have ever missed. My report will not be as
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Every so often something happens to brighten especially the course of one's day in the eversunny Valley of the Sun. I refer to surprise telephone calls such as one from Leo and Alice Ungar in town briefly this summer to visit a
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Class Notes
1921
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JOHN HURD
A French Avis or Hertz and urban pollution? Jamais de la vie. This is the story about country lanes around Avignon, France, and about a horse, French, with Gallic sensibilities. His English is slight, but when Caroline Steiner
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
As autumn again bestows flaming beauty on Hanover, Dartmouth begins her 208 th academic year. The Class of 1981, consisting of 1069 freshmen, 762 young men with haircuts and 307 young women with dresses, has matriculated.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
As I put these notes together in late September, I find that Bud Freeman, our scholarship chairman, is in the process of polling the 1923 class executive committee to determine the next recipient of our scholarship award.
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
Having just returned from the monthly meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod, I would like to pass along a couple of observations: First, anyone who does not have the opportunity to take part in a Dartmouth Club is missing
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
The fall 1925 gathering in Hanover for this year was held September 15-18, the weekend of the Princeton game. This, the first game of the season, held before college was fully open for the fall term, turned out to be an exciting
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Charlie and Mary Starrett last April checked out the Panama Canal situation, having sailed from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., after farewell drinks with Nate and Lois Parker, who were also vacationing there. After their transit of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
Today is a miserable day, the fourth in a row, dismal, dreary, and discouraging as I peer out of my study window across the back yard to a grove of small white birches dripping wet and bent over from the heavy rain. It is much more
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
The twentieth annual '28 fall reunion at the Norwich Inn turned out to be a great warm-up for the 50th reunion next June 9-11.
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
Our noble leader, Duke Barto, reports by postcard from the Rockies: "After spending some time at a Montana guest ranch, mostly fishing, we've been wandering around the West for a couple of weeks. This country grows on us,
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
News from our Hanover classmates. Charlie Widmayer is chairman of the town finance committee and a member of the executive board and publicity chairman of The Friends of Hopkins Center. Burt Crandell, who lived in Oak Park, Ill.,
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
To complete Russ Beckwith's letter: "Betty and I still moving with a full head of steam except for arthritis drag. I'm active with golf, maintenance, sailing, and some consulting help for Jim. Plan to offer his services to Florida
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
40th Wedding Anniversaries Section: The "Honus Wagner" of our class, Charlie Jenkins, and bride Jean celebrated their 40th at a surprise party in Sarasota Springs last June. Their children told us about it. Dr. and Mrs. Wesley
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Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE
Please note two changes in the above masthead. First, by editorial decision the names and addresses of the class treasurers have been eliminated from class notes headings, in the interest of conserving two and one-half pages.
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Class Notes
1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
Starting with sad notes. I have to inform you of the passing of four of our classmates. Two letters arrived from Susan Stine '76, the secretary of the Dartmouth Club of Paris, France, who informed us of the death of
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
The great Class of 1935 returned to Hanover on September 23, 1977, for a 42nd reunion. Activity began in the afternoon with a lecture by Professor Robert Huke '48, "Can We Feed the World in the Year 2025?" Lest you become too
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
A major kudos is due to Cliff England, ably assisted by his wife Phyl, for the great job they did in making all the arrangements for the recent weekend at Hanover and environs, occasioned by the meeting of the class executive
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
It was a good summer and a bad summer. Good mostly because they always are, bad because we thought by some miracle our class had escaped the ravages of time. Wrong! In late August we received word of the death of GrantCrane and also
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
The activities and life styles of the members of the Amazing Class of 1938, going-on 40 years after graduation, are many and varied, that's for sure. And the sources of the following bits of more or less current information are
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
We counted 38 classmates, 77 good souls of the 1939 community at Bonnie Oaks the weekend of the Holy Cross game. And then there was a coterie which didn't join the mainstream but was seen fleetingly by some about Hanover,
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Class Notes
1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
As far as I know, few '4os were in Hanover for the Holy Cross football thriller earlier this fall, and fewer still probably read the program feature about "the best guarded secret in the history of Dartmouth intercollegiate
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Class Notes
1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
A reminder: it's class-dues season. By now you should already have received your first bill, and blessed are those who paid it for they shall have saved our treasury the price of postage on a second notice. For the rest, that second
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
Another month rolls by and I must report that my mailbox doesn't exactly runneth over!
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
Is there life 35 years after Dartmouth? You bet your life there is! (Nobody says, "You bet your life!" any more. Is the spirit of risk and adventure gone?) Here are a few fine examples:
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
A tidy tally, of telling tales this time,
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
Several years ago I sent a one-liner in to the Reader's Digest: "Sign of an early winter Novemberrrrrr." I hope this winter isn't as cold as last year's, but one way of keeping warm is to write a vigorous note of news of yourself
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
Thanks to the new football schedule requiring an Ivy League competitor at the beginning of an early season, '46 class activities got off to a fast start this year. About 50 classmates returned to Hanover for the Princeton game in
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
The choice of the Holy Cross weekend back in September to hold the class executive committee meeting was fine as far as assuring a nottoo-crowded time to return to Hanover. But the weather was miserable. The winning Big Green
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
The following notes are written during an active October national sports scene where, among the more important items, Dartmouth's Big Green football team is undefeated after the first four games for the first time in a number of
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Class Notes
1949
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E. CHARLES SCHUETZ
As you can see, I have gone from feast to famine as far as news is concerned. I trust things will improve next month.
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
September. Summer winds down. Chill winds chase out the steam of dog days. The sky beams, fresh scrubbed. Evenings, no longer lingering, abruptly end the day. Autumn beckons. And October. Another (college) year begins.
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
This is a very hectic time for us as we prepare for the approaching ski season. The industry ski-condition report was syndicated last year to more than 40 stations in the Northeast and we hope for as much this year. In addition, we
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
By the time you read this, fall will be almost over; the last whistle will have been blown on the Big Green teams, and the hill winds whipping down off Balch Hill will have a definite bite in them. We trust you all revelled at
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
'53 OUT for a family affair! We are seven months away from our 25th reunion in Hanover, June 15, 16, 17, 18, 1978. Plan now for you and the entire family to come.
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
'54 is in town again - seen on the Hanover Plain during the first few weeks of the school year were the following: Harry Robinson, trying to get choice seats for the Cornell game; Bob and Barbara Levine, escorting son Gary on the
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
This year's fall mini-reunion was held on September 17. A total of 26 classmates, along with assorted wives and children, enjoyed a pregame luncheon at Thompson Arena and then sat under ominous but mercifully dry skies as the
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Class Notes
1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
Two of our classmates who have dedicated much of their working careers to the government have been heard from and I am delighted to share their comments with you. Peter Kolar, who is acting director to the mission in Guyana
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
57's European correspondent, Mai Robinson, has provided us with news of our classmates residing in Europe. Mai indicated that, due to a high degree of mobility and an apparently acquired-in-Europe pension for privacy, both
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Class Notes
1958
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FRED LOUIS III
This first item is for your datebook. Our 20th reunion will be held June 15-17, 1979, in beautiful Hanover. The year is 1979, and reunion co-chairmen Walt Vail and Ted Harris tell me the reunion plan that brings back classes
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
Right now, I'm 35,000 feet over the deserts of Nevada after having spent a couple of short nights and long days at Caesar's Palace with a group of Coca-Cola bottlers. What a way to go! This time of year, there is an extraordinary
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM H. MCCARTER JR.
Governor Michael Dukakis has reappointed Andrew H. Nighswander as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Rate Setting Commission which the governor credited with "saving Massachusetts consumers millions of dollars in unnecessary
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
Through some gentle persuasion by GerryKaminsky, you guys have got yourselves a professional writer and reporter as secretary for the next couple of years.
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR.
Congratulations are extended to Richard D.Hofman, who has been appointed to the new position of executive vice president of Teepak, Inc., a member of The Continental Group, Inc., and is to be responsible for all operations. Now
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
A packet of dispatches has arrived from my predecessor, Kevin Lowther, including a number of items that were too late, or that he didn't have room for, last spring. ("All the news that fits, we print," is the motto of the class
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
In my move to Florida, I forgot part of my class-notes file at home. Therefore, let me inject this belated birthmark lest I incur the wrath of Herb and Judi McCord. They proudly announced the birth of Jennifer Louise on March
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
Update from the nation's capital:
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Class Notes
1967
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JONATHAN C. GOLDSMITH
Bernard Goloboy married Joan Barbara Wise (Brandeis University), an actress and singer, in July. Bernard is vice president of L. Fine and Co., Inc., a plastics manufacturing firm in Peabody, Mass.
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
I hope this finds many of you having partaken of the exciting spectacle of football and the change of seasons in Hanover. Remember, the spring is just as breathtaking and will be the setting for our tenth reunion. Assistance in
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
Fred Byrd has feathered the ALUMNI MAGAZINE nest with a short epistle. "I am still a reporter for the Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J.," Fred reports. "However, my main interest is, again, art. I've had two exhibits recently - one a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
Hope that all of you had enjoyable summer and that I will have a chance to get together with those who live in the Northeast at some of the football games this fall. Here's hoping for a successful season. A number of congratulations
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Later this month, the Pilobolus Dance Theatre, described by New York Times arts critic Clive Barnes as "one of the new leaders in American modern dance," begins its first Broadway season. The group was founded in the summer of
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
This month's grab bag of class notes brings news of some new additions. Word comes from Greg McClelland that Todd Colin McClelland was born on August 26. Geologist DuncanChrisholm and his wife Barbara report from Texas the birth of
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
Hear 'Ye, Hear 'Ye
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Class Notes
1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
With the forecast now for turkey dinners, the colors of fall have faded, giving way to tempestuous winter. Those near to the Rockies are vociferating this year for more precipitation of the crystalline variety. Time will tell, we
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
Back in September I went up to Hanover to drop my brother off at school for his sophomore year. It was all he could do to say "good-by" before he went running off to Kappa Sig to see his friends after a long summer vacation. It
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
I hate to relay that there was not much relaying this past month. But it is nice to relay that the Class of '76 rooting section took all attendance prizes, hands down, as the Green smothered B.U., 38-0, in the Beantown.
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
Not long ago, I dreamed that waters around me were rising to cover my home and belongings. Trees floated by, cars were swept into storefronts, and areas were left devastated by the wrath of a raging storm. But worst of all, as I
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Article
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The Patriarch of a Loyal Line
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BARBARA ADAMS-PEDERSEN
Dartmouth's oldest living alumnus, Frederick W. Haskell '01, received congratulations from presidents Carter and Kemeny this fall, when he turned 100. Haskell and his wife Christine live in the Shrewsbury Nursing Home in the
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Article
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Love Letter
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It is with excruciating humbleness that we write this letter to THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE. We are the son and daughters of the famous Donald J. Tobin '22, whose record as a goalie in ice hockey still stands at Dartmouth after 56. years.
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Article
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'Abounding In Hot Grace'
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D.M.N.
The New Black Eagle Jazz Band came to Hanover recently to play a benefit concert in Webster Hall for the Montshire Museum of Science. For two of the musicians, Peter Bullis '54, manager and banjo player, and Bob Pilsbury '48,
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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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Vox
A Foot in the Door; or, How Not to Meet the President
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ROB SALTZMAN '76
WHEN I saw the sign that read, "Office of the President, Harvard University," I couldn't resist at least making an attempt to see Harvard President Derek Bok. Although the little I had heard about Bok made me hesitant, I chose to
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