Issue: 19780401

Saturday, April 1, 1978
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine APRIL 1978 Volume 70 Number 7
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COVER
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Maupintour
Maupintour
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Sexes ...
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Eastman
Eastman
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Dartmouth National Bank
Dartmouth National Bank
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Decor International
Decor International
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GREEN MOUNTAIN
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The Bull's Eye
The Bull's Eye
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A Presence on Main Street
A Presence on Main Street
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"HI, BROTHER." The greeting was a Vermonter's — rolled out without an exclamation point, friendly but hardly effusive — and it was the way Al Foley greeted everybody on Main Street. He did, after all, know "everybody," whether
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CHALLENGE wilderness CAMP
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TRUDY ABBOTT REAL ESTATE
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WARD AMIDON
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Lyme Inn
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THE ABACO INN
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The Country Business Brokers
The Country Business Brokers
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The Red Lion Inn
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WINDERMERE ISLAND CLUB
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the Bartlett Carry Club
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YANKEE PEDLAR INN AND OPERA HOUSE
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Sutherland Associates
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LEWIS VEGHTE, JR.
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ROBERT McLAUGHRY
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Alchemist to the College
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S.G.
FRED SCHLEIPMAN?" said the woodworking instructor. "Oh, my, where should I start? Why, it's hard to tell you the things that fellow knows. Name any skill. Fred has it." "He's the best instrument-maker I have ever met," said
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LOGAN AIRPORT
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INCOMPARABLE
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THE HARTNESS HOUSE
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NOTICE
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Wary Ellen Kreider
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Books
Reviews
A Differentiation of Tongues
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GEO. WINCHESTER STONE JR. '30
With The Language of Adam Professor Fraser completes a trilogy, as he says, which might be called "The Modern World Begins." The other components are The War Against Poetry (1970) and The Dark Ages and the Age of Gold (1973).
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Books
Reviews
After the Big Bang
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DELO E. MOOK
In recent decades, astrophysical research has progressed sufficiently on a number of fronts that fascinating connections have been defined or suggested between astronomy and other fields such as chemistry, biology, and earth
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Books
Reviews
Telling Tales
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ROBERT H. ROSS '38
We usually come across Edward Holmes's short stories about Maine singly, one here, one there, in popular New England journals. Fortunately, Holmes also gets the urge from time to time to collect his scattered stories in one
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Dartmouth Authors
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Herbert L. Marx Jr. '43, ed. Religions inAmerica. Wilson, 1977. 208 pp. $5.75. A collection of just under 50 short articles, chosen largely from the popular press, surveying major religions in America "with emphasis on the changes
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Webster associates
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The College
The College
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Warner Traynham '57
"In the spring and fall terms of 1975, a letter appeared in the editorial pages of the D from a gay person, asking for understanding. There were no responses. In the D if you write in and say, 'The sun is up in the sky,' five
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The College
Coming Out
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At Dartmouth, the subject of homosexuality is no longer taboo, the silence no longer screaming. There is now an organization called the Gay Students Support Group, some homosexuals have "come out," people are openly talking
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The College
Old Spaces, New Faces
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There's a frantic game of hopscotch, with an overlay of genteel oneupsmanship, going on around campus as College personnel make way for the renovation of three Dartmouth landmarks: College Hall, which is currently being
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The College
Hail the Sun
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"...not Sunday — Sun Day, May 3 — it's actually a Wednesday," a student explained over the telephone. "It will be a national day reminiscent of Earth Day, dedicated to celebrating and learning about the sun and other
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The College
Busy Weekend
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Tass Kelso '75 wrote to tell us about skiing with some friends over the Washington's Birthday weekend:
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The College
Still Looking
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The results of this year's fourth survey of student choices for a College symbol were released last month and to no one's great surprise the Indian won the popularity contest. Actually, the Indian was a hypothetical winner
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Give a Rouse for –
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PETER KIEWIT '22, elected Chairman of the Board of the United Presbyterian Foundation.
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Circling the Green
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Tuition Too: Surely as inevitably as death and taxes is the annual rise in college expenses. Starting in September, Dartmouth students will pay an average $7,145 for tuition, room, and board for a typical fall-winter-spring
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Encouraging the Students
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When the Hopkins Center production of The Merry Wives of Windsor, the first opera ever produced at the Hop, gets underway this spring, the singers will have the bonus of being coached by a real pro: mezzo-soprano Barbara Martin,
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An Unease on Webster Avenue
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Mark Hansen
Fraternities at a crossroads - again
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The dancing was different, the party lingers on
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In 1924, a former Dartmouth English instructor named Percy Marks caused a few ripples in the literary world with the publication of his first novel, The Plastic Age. Reviewers praised the book as an accurate reflection of college life, and in 1927 it was made into a movie of the same title, starring Clara Bow. The Plastic Age, from which the following excerpts were taken, was set in a small New England college modeled after Dartmouth, and with malice aforethought Marks described activities by no means unknown to today's fraternities.
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ALUMNI ALBUM
Headmaster
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M.B.R
AND HEADMASTER his title remains, he declares, Federal District Judge W. Arthur Garrity Jr. notwithstanding. But for more than two years, since WILLIAM J. REID '34 was summarily removed as chief administrator of South Boston High
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Muddling Through Mud Season
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Steven L. Calvert
NEW ENGLANDERS have only themselves to blame if their farmlands and steepled villages are systematically overrun by down-country hordes. The invasion could be stopped by a single piece of legislation, by which the media, from
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Our Captivating Compendium
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THE visage above belongs to Mad Dog, whose car-chasing escapades around the Green are the stuff of legend. When the Hanover dogcatcher apprehended this Laufenhund a few months ago, there was a protest rally held under the banner
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The Undergraduate Chair
Love Story
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MARK HANSEN '78
WHAT can you say about a 200-year-old college that had no women? That it was isolated? That it was lonely on Friday and Saturday nights? That it was awkward when the first group of women finally arrived on campus in 1972?
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The Night Turned Ever Green
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CHARLES E. WIDMAYER '30
One of the great Dartmouth alumni events of the past two decades happened at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on February 23. On that evening, in the grand ballroom, some 1,200 men and women gathered for a black-tie dinner
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Big Green Teams
Heavyweights
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THREE members of the Dartmouth track and field team are without equal when it comes to heaving a 35-pound brass ball attached to a metal triangle more than 20 yards. Ed Kania and Ken Jansson, both juniors, and Sean O'Keefe, a
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Big Green Teams
At Season's End
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ALTHOUGH the varsity basketball and hockey teams lost more games than they won this winter, the freshman basketball team, with an 11-4 record, and the junior varsity hockey team, with a 13-4 record, provided hope for a more
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Big Green Teams
In Training
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BRAD HILLS '65
FRED KELLEY'S Dartmouth baseball teams, if nothing else, should be physically fit. "I think I do have ideas that I will push more than a normal coach would," says the Big Green's head trainer, who stepped in as the College's
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1907
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G. W. GREBENSTEIN
Our class president and secretary, "Greb," has suffered a deep loss in the death of his beloved wife, Ethel. She suffered a stroke and remained in a coma to the end. Greb is not feeling up to par and has asked Head Agent LuraKenyon
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Dr. James Hitchcock has published a little booklet with the title Mixed Midnight Musings, which he chose from his lifetime of writings in prose and verse and dedicated to his wife of 50 years, Marion Boardman Reed, who died in
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Class Notes
1910
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KAREN AND WHITNEY EASTMAN
Walter Norton's daughter Nancy sat in the 1910 section at the Harvard game but did not enjoy it. Nancy was top-seed in the National Senior Women's Tennis Tournament, which she promoted. She has recently written an article on
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
It now appears that, unknowingly, we went far astray in announcing the death of Clarence(Eben) Holden in the December issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. The report was based upon an official notice received from the Alumni Records
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD
The first good news is that Alyce Kimball, Ken's widow, has agreed to succeed ElizabethPark in heading up the 1912 widows. All such will be hearing from her soon for support of the memorial fund. This is a critical year for the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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HOWARD STOUGHTON
Carl Forsaith will be acting as secretary of the Class of 1913 during the convalescence of Secretary Howard Stoughton. Stub's illness came on suddenly, and his doctors have decided that he should relinquish the job of writing class
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
Of the men whose birthdays fall in April, Richardson alone was born under the sign of Aries, the Ram, whereas Voorhees and Holway appeared under the sign of Taurus, the Bull. Each of these men is entitled to all of the benefits
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Alumni Fund time is here again, as well as the campaign to raise $160,000,000 over a five-year period to increase the endowment reservoir of the College and to provide funds for expansion and improvements. It has been announced that
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
Les Leavitt, 71 Brook St., Weliesley, Mass. 02181, reports, "Am thankful that by pacing myself I can rake leaves, shovel snow, make beds, get some of the simple meals, cut jig-saw puzzles, empty the garbage, and drive the 1965
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Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
In what way have we been so wicked as to be treated so shamefully with this winter's weather by the immortal gods of Olympus? Jove as king of the gods and heavens is probably the initiator. Did not he himself bring a few claps of
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Class Notes
1918
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GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
'18-Up 60th Reunion
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Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
As I write this I am in Florida and am hard-pressed for news. Furthermore, because of the storms in the North, the mail has been slow in coming through.
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Some time ago my mail contained from "The Friends of the Dartmouth Library" a booklet entitled "Paul Sample. Some Glimpses of the Man and his Work." The glimpses are all in black and white and cover the wide scope of Paul's
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Class Notes
1921
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JOHN HURD
Smiling security. Country club with a super chef. Hail fellows well met. Lovely 19th holes with Jack Daniels, Chivas Regal, and Boodles martinis. And yet Jim Wicker turns his head away from Rossmore and lives in Oakland, where,
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
Springtime becomes even more gladdening to '22 with reports of additional distinctions to classmates.
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
Ruel Smith has a few surplus copies of The Golden Review he would like to dispose of: 5 copies of issue #1, none of #2, 4 each of #3 and #4, 8 each of #5 and #6, and 16 of #7, which Ruel says "may be the best issue of all." He also has
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
As this is being written, March is coming in like a lamb — at least on Cape Cod. Let's hope it continues thus and that the golf courses, now covered , with snow, will once again be green. Now to the news.
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
Stan Litchfield and his family had a party in Bonita, Calif., last summer to celebrate his daughter Margo's departure for Okinawa for two years and his wife Bertha's 70th birthday. Margo is a full lieutenant in the Navy's nursing
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Hawaii has been a target area for three 1926 families (and presumably others if they will make themselves known as escapees from The 1978 Winter): (1) Dan and Sally Drury, who during their seven-week stay came up with a story
4719181_19780401_000087.xml
article
52
52
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Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
Time magazine started off its weekly essay of February 6 with, "The Weather: Everyone's Favorite Topic," and then went on to say, "Every year brings fresh reminders of the weather's power over human life and events in the form
4719181_19780401_000088.xml
article
52
52
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
As you read this column, you will realize that in less than two months our 50th Reunion will be at hand — June 9-11. Reunion chairman Dynamo Morton reports over 250 classmates, wives, and widows are expected. Mail your
4719181_19780401_000089.xml
article
52
52,53
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
Here are more of your notes sent along with class dues, some dating back to last fall:
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53
53
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Bill Doran called to advise that a combined 1930-1931 get-together will be held at his home, 4300 Ferry Landing, Alexandria, on Friday, April 28. Ed Gruen is the coordinator for his class and Bill hopes that any member of either
4719181_19780401_000091.xml
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
Thanks to Bob Baumrucker and Jim Lyall we have a fine pair for openers.
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54
54,55
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
Six stalwart classmates stood straight and tall when president of the Dartmouth Club of the Gold Coast "Whip" Walser sounded off with "Thirty-Two Up!" at the annual banquet heid at Pier 66 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., on February 15.
4719181_19780401_000093.xml
article
55
55
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Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR
Class members will be saddened by the death of John Meek, retired vice president of the College, on March 2 in Aspen, Colo. John suffered a heart attack while skiing there. For more details, see the obituary section in this issue.
4719181_19780401_000094.xml
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55
55
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Class Notes
1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
There was a retirement dinner on Friday, February 11 at the Waverly Inn in Cheshire, honoring Walter M. Bryant. He retired as assistant secretary and director of communications for Yankee Milk, Inc. Welcome to the club, Walt.
4719181_19780401_000095.xml
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56
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
As you already have read, the class meeting last fall voted to use money from the memorial fund to support the production of an opera at the Hopkins Center. Peter Smith has announced that The Merry Wives of Windsor will be performed
4719181_19780401_000096.xml
article
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
Allen Williams is another of our Classmates who has joined the increasing number of retirees. It seems his good wife Gisela planted the germ, in as much as both enjoy Florida in the winter and Germany in the summer. Eventually
4719181_19780401_000097.xml
article
57
57
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
This time a year ago we were shifting into high gear for the great reunion. Meetings, phone calls, advance fees, room reservations,' Allen issuing "Mint Bags" like jets, Fenn issuing himself by jet in search of a record achievement
4719181_19780401_000098.xml
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57
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
Quite a lot of newsworthy notes (or noteworthy news) arrived just after last month's issue was put together — or at least too late for inclusion therein. On the theory that 'late' is better than 'never,' these items are offered
4719181_19780401_000099.xml
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58
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
That jolly elf. Art Larkin, chairman and chief executive officer of Keebler Company, has been elected a director of H. P. Hood, Inc. Art has remained in the food game since his days with George A. Hormel Company, whence he went
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article
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58,59
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Class Notes
1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR
Every once in a while a community glows with a special warmth simply because it is — because the people who make it up are happy in their fellowship and their cause.
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Class Notes
1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
It is snowing, this column is overdue, and everybody in Metropolitan Washington is cranky about one thing or another. My only hope is to write fast and pray that you read this with the sun in the heavens and charity in your
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article
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
Jumping right into this month's news, I'm pleased to report the following: The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune has a picture and an article about Gardy Bridge — "Gardner F. Bridge has been named new headmaster of the private Head-Royce
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article
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60
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR
The Campaign for Dartmouth moved officially into higher gear, or so it seemed to us Big Apple residents, following the gala and splendid Dartmouth Night in New York on February 23. On this genuinely heartwarming and comradely
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60
60
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
There's nothing retiring about retired Harry Grieger; he and wife Virginia not only jog and bike a thousand miles a day, they've just taken on the handy little project of designing and all but building a new house on 50 recently
4719181_19780401_000105.xml
article
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
I don't think that any of us in this neck of the woods will ever forget the Great Blizzard of 1978 that on February 6-7 dumped its load of 30 inches of snow on the level and created rooftop drifts by the hurricane-force winds that
4719181_19780401_000106.xml
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61
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR
National weather reports to the contrary, I am pleased to report we have had an incredibly fine winter in Hanover. After the winter storm of the century deposited about 36 inches of snow on us, we have enjoyed almost 30 straight
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
Sometimes when a deadline approaches for another ALUMNI MAGAZINE report a class secretary feels a touch of panic. He realizes space is reserved for his class notes but he has nothing to write. Somewhere out there classmates are
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62
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR
One of the pleasures of trying to write these notes is the resulting opportunity to learn, via newspaper clippings and an occasional classmate's letter plus word of m outh, of the accomplishments and triumphs of fellow '48s. One
4719181_19780401_000109.xml
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62
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Class Notes
1949
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E. CHARLES SCHUETZ
By the time you receive this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, our 30th reunion will be only two months away. I trust by now many of you will have made plans to appear on June 12 and that Bob Muenzberg will have received notice of
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
February persists, stealing days and leaving its wintery imprint. March still waits to assert itself and unleash its howling winds.
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR
One of the most thrilling and memorable Dartmouth events was held on February 23 — Dartmouth Night in New York. A crowd of about 1,300 came to a dinner-dance at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel for the purpose of kicking off the
4719181_19780401_000112.xml
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64
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
Now that we've broken the all-time yearly snowfall record for Chicago, it's time to start thinking about spring. By the time you read this, I hope you'll be enjoying April showers. I'll enjoy anything that's not snow.
4719181_19780401_000113.xml
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
June 15-18. '53 OUT for a family affair. We are less than 60 days away now. We are definitely heading for a record of over 1,000 classmates, wives, friends, and children. It's still not too late for you to make plans to be in
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
I have to apologize for the lack of a column in the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. A combination of being snowbound and a travel schedule that did not stop caused me to miss the last deadline.
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
A short note on the back of the class-dues bill reveals that Peter Robinson is still living in Paris, handling personnel work for Vick International. His job involves an "opportunity for travel" throughout Europe and Africa and the
4719181_19780401_000116.xml
article
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
With spring fast approaching, '57 Class Agent Chuck Winslow has set his strategy and has completed the organization of this year's Alumni Fund campaign team. Key members of Chuck's team include: Chuck Schroeder, head
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67
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Class Notes
1958
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FRED LOUIS III
Writing this column has unexpected rewards. Recently I received from Richard Harris a beautiful blue model Boston & Maine freight car, complete with sliding doors and the familiar B & M logo. Earlier I reported his promotion to
4719181_19780401_000118.xml
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Class Notes
1959
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DOUGLAS WISE
April Fool's has come and gone... and we're all still here! It's about time we were able to dig out of the ridiculous winter we had — at least in the eastern and central parts of the country.
4719181_19780401_000119.xml
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM H. MCCARTER JR
If these notes miss the March issue, it will be on account of the Great Blizzard of '78 which shut down everything in Massachusetts for a week, including the ever faithful U.S. Postal Service. We will be digging out from this
4719181_19780401_000120.xml
article
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70
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
This will be a short column because y'all haven't been writing, much. I need to have facts, figures, details, on as many of you as possible. My goal is to get every member in the Class in a column at least once this year.
4719181_19780401_000121.xml
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR
James W. Varnum has been appointed executive director of Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover effective April 1978. Jim is currently chief executive officer of University Hospital in Seattle, a post held since 1973. He is
4719181_19780401_000122.xml
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Barry Elson seemed to be in an ebullient mood when I finally caught up with him. That could have had something to do with the come-back that the Denver Rockies hockey team had perpetrated on national television over the previous
4719181_19780401_000123.xml
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71
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR
Greetings, classmates; I know you've all been waiting anxiously for the resumption of the never-ending saga of the Class of '64. Susie McDougal, wife of Dr. Scott McDougal, writes the following: "After several years of training
4719181_19780401_000124.xml
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
One useful function that is served by collecting class dues annually is that some of you at least once a year respond to Jim Scott's cryptic postscript below the address block. As a result, this clearing house for who is doing what
4719181_19780401_000125.xml
article
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72
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
As a Class, we've matured into the Age of Responsibility. Families, homes, important jobs, and greater civic involvement. The memory of the days when we skipped white bread across Thayer Hall at the slightest glimpse of a girl
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Class Notes
1967
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JONATHAN C. GOLDSMITH
Dr. Bill MacCarty is chief of orthopedic and hand surgery at the Army 121 EVAC hospital in Seoul, Korea. He recently sat his specialty boards in Chicago.
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
While checking my bank account and contemplating the approach of warmer weather and a trip to Hanover I've waited ten years for, I realized that not only can I afford the trip, but can do a better job this year of scraping together
4719181_19780401_000128.xml
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73
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
There is a good deal of news to report this month. Some of it has taken a while to reach me and may be somewhat out of date. I hope that those mentioned, or their friends, will bring us up to date if there have been changes in
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Peter Federici writes of Roger Faix's marriage to Sheryl Eggeman. Roger graduated from Cornell Medical College in 1975 and is now a senior resident in pediatrics at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor. Sheryl
4719181_19780401_000130.xml
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74
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Winter is reluctantly drawing to a close in the Windy City, but with the Cubs underway in Scottsdale and the White Sox opening camp in Sarasota, spring cannot be far behind. Of course, the real attraction is in Tucson where the
4719181_19780401_000131.xml
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
1900 hours. 6 March 1978. Skies clear'. 14°F (-10°C). Winds S by S.E. 1.5" precip. this week.
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75
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Class Notes
1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
Spring now taunts "bookers" on the campus who are tempted to abandon their study-nooks for the newly green outdoors. Surely that depiction arouses memories in more than a few "745! Although intentions are not to dwell in the past
4719181_19780401_000133.xml
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
Springtime! At last it is time again to break out the golf clubs, tennis racquets, softballs, and lawn mowers. For those of you who are located in cold climes, the arrival of the month of April is greatly welcomed. The "Winter of
4719181_19780401_000134.xml
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
Now that the spring of '78 is quickly approaching, maybe people's writing utensils will thaw out and they will let us know what's happening. Maybe?
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
Saturday's temperature of 72° has left me with a touch of spring fever as a new week begins. Suddenly the office work reminds me of that paper I'd delayed just a bit too long and the office itself seems reminiscent of my Topliff
4719181_19780401_000136.xml
article
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Article
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In this picture John C. Parish '36
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In this picture John C. Parish '36 is presenting to Israel's Golda Meir the Boy Scouts' Silver World Award, the highest that Scouting in America bestows outside the United States. Parish's duties as International Commissioner of
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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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NORWICH INN
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Quechee, Vermont Vacations
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THE LAST CALL Restaurant
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CLIMB MT. McKINLEY
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Strafford Associates of Sharon
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Colby Realty, Inc.
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Ellis — Gould Corporation
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Chalet MOTOR LODGE
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Stone House Inn
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Dartmouth Classified
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Larry G. Conley '75
NOT long ago I attended a dinner meeting of the Dartmouth alumni club in my hometown. During the course of the dinner, the talk inevitably turned to the prospect of one's son or daughter matriculating at the College. I remember saying
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STEVENSON Northland INCORPORATED
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