Issue: 19780601

Thursday, June 1, 1978
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Front Cover
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ROBERT McLAUGHRY, REALTOR
ROBERT McLAUGHRY, REALTOR
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Ernest and Julio Gallo, Modesto
Ernest and Julio Gallo, Modesto
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2,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Vox: Provocative and Provoked
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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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dartmouth savings bank
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Dartmouth Alumni
Dartmouth Alumni
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Daneroft at Norwich
Daneroft at Norwich
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Arthur T Gregorian Inc
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Maupintour
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Wines & Beers of Old New England
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THE LAST CALL Restaurant
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Sutherland Associates
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Dartmouth National Bank
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GREEN MOUNTAIN
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the Bull's Eye
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DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB HOUSE
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ELSA ROSS A.S.I.D.
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The White River Holiday Inn.
The White River Holiday Inn.
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Sheraton Inn & Conference Center
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Article
WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Top Drawer for the 'D'
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A.E.B
STEVE KELLEY '81 is not a man to waste time. When he arrived on the Hanover Plain nine months ago, Kelley never even read a daily newspaper. Now, the tall polevaulter from Richmond, Virginia, peruses the New York Times, the
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Oaks
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A QUALITY RESORT MOTOR INN
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Bonnie Oaks Resort
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Books
Reviews
Credit: Steiner
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FRANK K. KAPPLER '36
Anyone who publishes a book of photographs is certain to be scolded by readers for omitting the best picture of all - although no two, of course, will agree on what picture that is. Right off the bat, Ralph Steiner is in trouble
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Books
Reviews
Turn Left at the VFW
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DANIEL M. NELSON '75
If you spent four years in Hanover and never hiked up Mt. Washington but want to now, Daniel Doan's other book, Fifty Hikes in the White Mountains, is the guidebook to buy. But if you already know the popular routes and if you want
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MANCHESTER'S
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mullbänk
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Lyme. Inn
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HEALTHWISE
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shopping international
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Dartmouth Authors
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Lawrence W. Collins Jr. '32, ed. NonferrousWire Handbook. Vol. 1: Nonferrous WireRod. Wire Association International, 1977. 417 pp. $25. A collection of essays by 22 experts from the industry on the history and technology of wire
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Mary Ellen Kreider
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The College
The College
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William H. McCarter '19
"THE president of the Class of 1953 gave the President of the United States a senior cane. We wonder what he will ever do with it. We wonder, for the matter of that, what we ever did with ours."
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Article
The College
Bakke
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With the U.S. Supreme Court all but certain to hand down a decision - or perhaps a non-decision - in the Bakke Case before the current term ends late this month, our -readers at this reading may well know a lot more than we do
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The College
On the Road
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It's a wonder anyone got anything done around here last month, with ail the extracurricular elucidation on various erudite topics that was coming our way. Aside from the routine specialized seminars and colloquia on such
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The College
Play It Again
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Here is another addition to the long and frequently dismal list of Dartmouth acronyms, but this one we like: HOPOPCO-OP. We like it not so much for the percussive bounce of its sound, but for what it means. It stands for the
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Article
The College
The Essence
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Ms. G., our most impressionable reporter, strolled over to the Fairchild Physical Sciences Center late last month to watch the dedication of Dartmouth's newest outdoor sculpture, "Thel." Joan Mondale, the wife of the vice
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Article
The College
Farewell Bows
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Retirements these days are getting as complicated as undergraduate residence under the Dartmouth Plan. The possible variations are not quite as numerous, but they exist in bewildering array.
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Article
The College
Up and Coming
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Totting up Alumni Fund receipts on the Friday before Commencement, our erstwhile Crosby Hall neighbors told us that the 1978 annual giving drive had by then yielded $3.7 million in gifts and pledges toward a goal of $5 million.
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Give a Rouse for –
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DAVID M. LILLY '39, named Dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of Minnesota.
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Circling the Green
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• Complex Systems: A master's degree program in computer and information science and an undergraduate program in women's studies have been approved by the faculty. The master's degree involves design and management Of
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Shhh. There still are idealists abroad and they're called the Peace Corps
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Dan Nelson
Volunteers for the once and future good
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Fancies, Toyes and Dreames
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Mark Hansen
Commencement It was the 208 th Commencement, and, as happens once a year, the sun did rise and set on Hanover. The day, said one observer, was like a flag fluttering in the wind. No two Commencements are alike (compare this one, for example, with the exercises in 1794, which featured a horse race and "jugglers, mountebanks, sideshows, and auctioneers") and yet in some undefined way they are the same. Nearly all the speeches on Class Day and on Commencement day elaborated on a single theme: the meaning of Dartmouth. An iconoclast might view this as insular and parochial; a believer might see it as reflecting a profound truth. This personal account of Commencement is by one of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE'S undergraduate editors who also happened to be one of the 902 graduates. The assignment, he said, was "like reporting your own wedding or your own funeral."
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Honorary Degrees
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Devoted sons and new members of the family
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The Valedictories
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All mankind is your brother
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The Undergraduate Chair
Priorities
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MARK HANSEN '78
LAST spring Professor Roger Masters summarized the priorities of Dartmouth students as: "to get drunk, get laid, and play softball on the green." Since that time other campus soothsayers have echoed Masters' disparaging
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Big Green Teams
Bad Times to Big Time
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THE checkered history of crew at Dartmouth is a story of snow, fire, world wars, and logging operations interfering with the unheralded hard work of a band of college rowers. Crew began in 1856 but was effectively killed two
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Big Green Teams
The Spring Season
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BRAD HILLS '65
THE Dartmouth baseball team had a difficult spring, losing 25 of its first 31 games. But first-year coach Fred Kelley found some bright spots among the losses. "My junior captain Gary Masse played outstanding ball and provided
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INCOMPARABLE
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Elegantly simple. Simply elegant.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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WALTER F. FURMAN
John and Jennie Hinman returned with the birds from Florida, where they spent a good part of the winter and are safely esconced in their home in Pelham. They both expect to be in Hanover in June for the reunion.
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Albert W. Bates has the sympathy of all in the death of his wife Margaret on January 26, following a three-week stay in the hospital.
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Class Notes
1910
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KAREN AND WHITNEY EASTMAN
Larry and Miriam Bankart stayed in Norwich and had a most enjoyable winter with plenty of fireplace wood to keep them comfortable.
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
The month of April brought two more losses to the ranks of surviving members of the Class. Alfred Nutt died on April 9 and Benjamin Livingston on April 18. This reduces the number of living classmates to 23. See the obituary section
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Class Notes
1912
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STANLEY B. WELD
Bishop Brown writes from South Africa that he has moved from Durban to Box 181, Sabie 1260, South Africa. Let me remind you that he is not a cleric in any church organization: "Bishop" is his Christian name, and he is a retired
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Class Notes
1914
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HENRY O. LOWELL
Very few of our classmates had the good grace to be born in the lovely 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
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Your class was well represented at the recent Class Officers Weekend in Hanover by Duze Lounsberry and wife Helen, Charlie Comiskey and wife Isabell, Chink Chamberlain and daughter June, and your secretary and his wife Marion. Ruth
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
Hiram McLellan sent a postcard from Singapore (the skyline of that city looks like that of Chicago and New York) telling about the hot weather they encountered in Australia. On the way home their tour includes Hong Kong, China,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
Business must come before news in this number of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE. First of all the Alumni Fund and Campaign for Dartmouth are under way, and the Class of 1917 wants to do its best in spite of the decreasing number
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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GEORGE H. WOODRUFF
George von Kapff informs me that he, CoPresident Red Hulbert, and Dick White were the only '18ers attending Class Officers Weekend. For some of us I am sure it came too close to the big 60th, and we could not attend both.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
The recent picture of John Wentworth on the front of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE caused Jim Davis to write that Wentworth, in the service of the King, conveyed a grant of land of 25 acres, more or less, to one Enoch Bried, who gave it to a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
At "Dartmouth Night in New York" on February 22, Carl Newton acted as 1920's chair for that gala occasion, which was attended by 1200 Dartmouths of all generations. Although Carl and Joe Brewer are how our only strictly New York
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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CHARLES P. GILSON
Thanks to the persuasiveness of President Harry and the class executive committee, your newly nominated class secretary, somewhat fearfully and with his fingers crossed, said "yes." A most difficult aspect is the realization
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
June brings roses, commencements, and academic awards. As Twoters now pause to appreciate the roses, they might well recall that '22 does indeed have its recipients of scholarly honors. To acknowledge only one group of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
Babe Miner plans to give the class a full report of the status of our Memorial Book Funding Program at our 55th reunion. He has given me the following preview:
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
You are all familiar with "Dartmouth Night." This is Dartmouth week so far as your secretary is concerned, starting with the monthly meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod and concluding with Class Officers Weekend and a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
Bob McKennan is professor of anthropology emeritus at the College and has done work in this field in Alaska and other parts of the Arctic and sub-Arctic for 50 years. In March he was elected to life membership in the Alaska
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Charlie and Lois Abbott had a wonderful "fly/cruise" trip, flying to Singapore and then sailing on the Prinsendam for ten days in Indonesian waters. They just missed seeing Francis and Ceci Pan, who were scheduled to embark at
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
Greetings: Summer is just around the corner. As we sit down to complete reporting the winter and spring activities, we have the distinct impression that there must be loads of newsworthy events that haven't been relayed to us.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
Our "Last Hurrah"/"Fantastic Fiftieth" is over and also the post-50th reunion immediately following at the Lake Morey Inn. Publishing deadlines being what they are, this column is being written five weeks before that
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD H. LEICH
I was fortunate in having two trips to Hanover within a month - the first for spring skiing with son Jeff'71 near North Conway and the second to attend the Class Officers Weekend. Bob and Alice Monahan gave a dinner party for
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
1930 fielded a full team at the Class Officers Weekend in late April: Meade Alcorn, Charlie Raymond, Harry Condon, Milt Mclnnes, Herb Chase (reunion chair and co-chair of our bequest program), and John French, who is serving as class
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
The following letter addressed to editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE by Margaret C. Nish, administrative assistant to the vice president for public affairs of Russell Sage College, has reached us: "As you probably realize, Edgar S.
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
From my first 100 questionnaires, from A through the middle of the C's, I have received 45 responses. From these I think we can get a fairly comprehensive picture of the present activities of our classmates.
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Class Notes
1933
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GEORGE P. DROWNE JR.
These class notes will be our last for the 1977-78 season. We will resume in October, since the September issue is reserved for the reunion classes.
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Class Notes
1934
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GEORGE E. COGSWELL
June and I had a great time at Class Officers Weekend. My brother and his wife had a cocktail party for his '31 group and included all the '34s who were in town, namely, Irja and Bill Wilson, Barbara and Ed Brown, Ellie and
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
The Great Class of 1935 set a record at the Class Officers Meeting in Hanover at the end of April with 11 men on hand for the sessions. President Harry Ferries, Secretary Dick Muzzy, and Treasurer Hall Colton were there
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
For those fortunate enough to be in Hanover for the Class Officers Weekend it was a grand and glorious time, with co-operation from the weather. Over the course of the weekend some 33 classmates and spouses appeared, and 31 were
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
just back from Class Officers Weekend, which was most stimulating. Rog Allen will be reporting more fully in the "Mint Bag," but herewith some highlights.
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
The writer of the June issue class notes of a reuning class is almost inevitably in limbo. On the theory of feisty things first, the biggest news, naturally, has to be of reunion, but the difficulty is that reunion will have been
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
April Has been a busy month, what with a class executive committee meeting on April 26, followed by the annual Class Officers Weekend in Hanover. Bert MacMannis called the first meeting in his old offices at the Pan-Am building
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Class Notes
1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
For Laurie Herman, April 19 has become a very special day, making the events leading up to America's Declaration of Independence almost a personal memory. For the past several years on Patriots' Day (celebrated from Boston to
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Class Notes
1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
General Robert J. Dixon retired from the U.S. Air Force on April 30 with four stars and a military career that took a three-and-a-half-page press release to summarize. Not having that kind of space available, I'll
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
Class Officers Weekend was held in Hanover the latter part of April and of course we were very well represented. Our officers attending were Messrs. Dick Burns, Bob Kirk, Andy Wood, Jim Farley, Guy Swenson, and WarrenKreter. That group
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
Our Man in the White House is Brad Richardson, son of Fred Richardson and a junior at Dartmouth. Brad was selected by Tim Kraft '63, President Carter's appointment secretary, for a three-month internship starting last January,
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
That annual spring rite, Class Officers Weekend, brought a number of the faithful to Hanover: Ezz Hale, class president; Ross Higier, head agent, with Dorene; Merle Hagen, newsletter editor, with a guest, Gini Lawson; Ben Jones,
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
We had beautiful, sparkling weather for the Class Officers Weekend at the end of April, where much of the discussion centered on the $l60-million Campaign for Dartmouth. (Already, $34 million has been pledged.) Highlight of the
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
As usual, May 1 arrived in Hanover like a tiger (snow, etc.), but thanks to classmate Stan Waterman, our souls were duly warmed that night by a top-flite presentation with a tropical flair in Spaulding Auditorium. As many of you may
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Class Notes
1947
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SAXTON W. FLETCHER
These final class notes are being written for the June issue, which means our 30th either is now history or is about to take place, depending on when the magazine is delivered. Regardless, I know that thanks to the hard work of
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
By the time this edition of the notes appears in print, the 30th reunion of the Dartmouth Class of 1948 will be history. Here's a retroactive wish, written before the affair, that those classmates and their families who managed to
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Class Notes
1949
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E. CHARLES SCHUETZ
My time is running out as secretary of the Class and part-time columnist. I hope the reports haven't been too boring. Maybe the next secretary will be someone with more literary skill. I appreciate all the help that you have
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
April ended with a visit to Hanover, our annual trek to participate in a hectic schedule of activities and meetings for class officers. It is a chance to revel in the outdoors, to watch myriad athletic events, to meet old friends,
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
Amy and I have just returned from Class Officers Weekend and as usual the College went all out. Our class was well represented with Vice President Russ Dilks, Treasurer Carl Glassberg, Class Campaign Coordinator Charlie Breed, and
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
Having spent a week in Scottsdale, Ariz., about a month ago, I am green with envy over a letter I received from Dr. Frederick Hecht and for reasons other than that great Arizona climate and scenery.
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
'53 OUT for a family affair! That was the week that was! The almost 1,000 classmates, wives, friends, and children who attended the 25th reunion, June 15-18, had an outstanding time. A super job by Fred England and his
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Class Notes
1954
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FREDERIC ALPERT
My apologies for missing last month's column. Apparently my deadlines and the Magazine's don't coincide.
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
Your columnist has recently returned from Freshman Parents Weekend. One of the highlights of the program was a talk by Jere Daniel. His subject was "Teaching at Dartmouth," and he provided much food for thought as he described the
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Class Notes
1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
Some final thoughts.
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
Our Class President George Southwick led a delegation back to the Hanover plain for Class Officers Weekend, April 28 and 29. In addition to your secretary, this delegation included Nan and Chuck Winslow, head agent; Diane andClyde
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Class Notes
1958
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FRED LOUIS III
From beautiful upstate New York, not far from the mountains of Vermont, Phil Berke writes that he and wife Linda are living in Granville, N.Y., where Phil is a practicing attorney. After serving for six years as Washington
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Class Notes
1959
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BARRY R. BLAKE
As most of you know by now, the regular author of this section of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE' (Doug Wise) recently resigned as class secretary to take on a three-year business opportunity in Tokyo. I'm sure you will all join me in thanking
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Class Notes
1960
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WILLIAM H. McCARTER JR.
As usual, the Class was well represented at Class Officers Weekend in Hanover at the end of April. Seth and Kathy Strickland were in attendance along with Bill and Alice McCarter,Phil and Mary Lou Kron, Gene Kohn, and DickOssen. The
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
It was beach weather at Dartmouth the last weekend in April, or at least the hills were littered with sunbathing bodies as we hurried from one session to another at Class Officers Weekend.
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR.
Last month was a big month for Dartmouth out on the West Coast. It started with a visit from our new football coach, Joe Yukica, who had lunch with the Dartmouth Club here in between recruiting visits to some of the prospects in
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Dave Schaefer, our stalwart newsletter editor, and I recently represented the Class at Class Officers Weekend in Hanover. It was an impressive program which brought home to me much more forcefully than anything had before the
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Well kids, summer and all the pleasures it entails is once more upon us. Much news to report, so let me dispense with the preliminary baloney and get to it. Bob Parkinson and family have moved back from England to San Diego,
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
During the months since reunion that this column has been emanating from the Avery's kitchen, there has been a tendency for me to cull through news items and put into print only parts dealing with matters of professional or
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
Wherever you are, you're part of the Class of 1966. That's a privilege that works both ways. The Class keeps track of us through this column and all Dartmouth asks in return is that you consider a meaningful contribution once a
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Class Notes
1967
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JONATHAN C. GOLDSMITH
Douglas Coonrad wrote from Hudson, lowa, and sent his wishes for a successful reunion. Doug will be unable to attend as he is " busy trying to establish a private law practice out here in the lowa farm belt." Hudson is his
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
I suspect by the time this issue is in hand, we may well have engaged in a personal exchange in Hanover which far exceeds the capabilities of this pen!
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Class Notes
1969
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RICHARD D. GLOVSKY
it seems fitting, for what would appear to be my last ALUMNI MAGAZINE column, to give you the full text of a letter I recently received from the member of the Class whom I have probably maligned the most for not writing Jon
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
By the time all of you get a chance to read this column, another class will have left the Hanover plain and joined us as alumni. If the experience of our Class is any indication, the Class of 1978 has much to which it can look
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among this month's news is word of Jeff Kosak's resignation as Dartmouth's assistant hockey coach effective June 30. Jeff and his wife Bev plan to travel to Europe this summer and settle in France, which Jeff writes has been a dream
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Spring is reluctantly making its appearance in Chicago - the skies are clear but the temperature is in the 40's - so sifting through the mail remains a favorite indoor pastime. Among the bills and letters this month are a few
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Class Notes
1973
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STEPHEN H. QUIGLEY
Captain's Log: 7 May 1978, 2100 hours, skies clear, 60°F (14° C), winds S at 5 knots.
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Class Notes
1974
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STEPHEN D. SEVERSON
As members of our Class enter their fifth year as alumni, some already may be realizing that the Class's first official reunion takes place next June. In speaking with the president of the Class, Bruce "Willy" Williamson, it was
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
"Cockroaches Invade Topliff" was the headline of a recent article in The Dartmouth which Dan Nelson sent me. Apparently the basement of Topliff Hall is being invaded by legions of my friends from good old Apt. A. These uninvited
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
After delaying this month's relaying as long as possible, the show must go on.
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
Since this is my last column of the year, I am going to forgo the usual introduction. If I don't pass along the information now, it won't be worth reading come September.
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In Memory of Harvey Hood
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The following tribute was offered by President Emeritus John Sloan Dickey at a memorial service for the late Harvey Hood '18 on March 8, 1978.
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Tribute to Pudge
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These excerpts are from a tribute to the late Lloyd K. Neidlinger '23, given in Rollins Chapel in April by his son-in-law Robert D. Kilmarx '5O.
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Tough Act
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David R. Boldt '63
At the newspaper where I work, there's a small group of us that regularly meets at lunch time to talk about whatever we think is hot, and the day after the first episode of Holocaust was telecast the discussion was begun by one
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Patience Rewarded
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Kenneth Paul '69
Ninety minutes before game time, the sturdy figure in pinstripes patiently signed autographs for the youngsters crowded five-deep at the front of the first-base boxes. The signature of number 45, Jim Beattie, Dartmouth '76, was
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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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NOEL PERRIN
WHEN Norman Maclean graduated from Dartmouth and went off to teach in Chicago, he presently won the University of Chicago's distinguished teaching award. In fact, he won it three times - as early as 1932 and as late as 1973. When
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