Issue: 19791001

Monday, October 1, 1979
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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Arthur T. Gregorian Inc.
Arthur T. Gregorian Inc.
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Campion's
Campion's
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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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Norwhich Meadows
Norwhich Meadows
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4,8,10,12
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Speaking Out
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ROBERT Mclaughry ASSOCIATES
ROBERT Mclaughry ASSOCIATES
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4719181_19791001_000009.xml
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CHASE
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4719181_19791001_000010.xml
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The Talbots
The Talbots
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4719181_19791001_000011.xml
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Shearson Hayden Stone, Inc.
Shearson Hayden Stone, Inc.
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4719181_19791001_000012.xml
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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HITCHCOCK CHAIR Co.
HITCHCOCK CHAIR Co.
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Peter Island
Peter Island
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"Villa Banfi."
"Villa Banfi."
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Gulf+Western Hotels
Gulf+Western Hotels
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TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS
TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS
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THE HOME RANCH
THE HOME RANCH
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The Red Lion Inn
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WINDERMERE ISLAND CLUB
WINDERMERE ISLAND CLUB
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The Inn at Mt.Ascutney
The Inn at Mt.Ascutney
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THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
THE DARTMOUTH CO-OP
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Riva Poor Associates
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Article
WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Polyglot Son of Polyglots
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NARDI REEDER CAMPION
SPAULDING AUDITORIUM. 8:30 a.m. A hot August day. Alumni College. At the podium stands a slender man, dapper and cool in blue seersucker suit, starched collar, red plaid tie — everyone else in shirtsleeves. Tanned,
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Dominion Bridge /AMGA
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4719181_19791001_000027.xml
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Dartmouth National
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SNOWLION
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Hop Shop
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handwoven rugs orientals • Kilims • dhurries
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Books
Reviews
Haunting the Waterside
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ROBERT A. ODEN JR.
There is a handful, a small handful, of those today who can write lyrically and yet without pretension about the joys and tragedies the angler or the gunner encounters in the seasons of his year. If there is among this number a
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Books
Reviews
Mountain Man
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ROBERT H. ROSS '38
Among the earliest of the nation's folk figures - one hesitates to call them heroes - are surely that band of dogged, often rapacious loners whom historians have come to call the "mountain men." Engraved on the modern mind's eye
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Books
Reviews
Soiled Pinstripes
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DAVID M. SHRIBMAN '76
For several seasons it has been hanging over our beautiful summer game, a storm cloud of controversy that casts a dark and evil shadow across the golden basepaths, across the wide sweep of outfield, even across the sport pages
4719181_19791001_000034.xml
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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BUCK HILL INN
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TO the Author in Search of a Publisher
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Contemporary Folk Art and Crafts
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Victuals and strong waters
Victuals and strong waters
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Dartmouth Authors
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Paul L. Hexter '25. You Can Play Golf Forever. Contemporary Books, 1979. Softcover . Illustrated. 65 pp. So what if you are a senior citizen. So what if your golf swing has gone to pot and your handicap is growing even faster than
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Eastman
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Article
The College
The College
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Clifford H. Smith 1879
"You will see that my wash isn't quite as large as we expected, but one shirt does quite well enough for a week and I don't wear cuffs only when I feel like it."
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The College
First Impressions
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We just received our copy of this year's Freshman Book, a volume containing the names and photographs of most of the 721 men and 340 women in the class of 1983. The book no longer lists the honors each freshman achieved in high
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22,23
Article
The College
Swedish Stonehenge
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Last month, we reported on Geography Professor Vincent Malmstrom's investigation of the astronomical alignments of Central American archeological sites and his theories about the origins of Mesoamerican Indian cultures. Since
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The College
Learning on a Par
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Energy seems to be on everyone's mind lately: in Washington, in Hanover, and this past summer, in Aspen. Bruce Judson '80 spent the summer working for the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies as an energy program consultant.
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Article
The College
Advising by Consent
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Faculty advisers for freshmen have been an institution here for years, but they have been notoriously difficult to recruit. Although we wondered why we weren't assigned someone from, say, the English Department, our freshman
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Article
The College
Handshakes All Around
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Had it not been for the skirts, the coats and ties, the groups of students streaming down East Wheelock Street might have been headed for a hockey game, a basketball game, or a rock concert in Thompson Arena. But it was
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Article
The College
The Humphrey Murals
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Shortly before Convocation, President Kemeny announced the resolution of a problem that arose last spring during the discussion of minority issues at Dartmouth. The president's statement:
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Article
The College
Street Fare
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You no longer have to go on Language Study Abroad to get a little taste of France — just walk down Main Street in Hanover to where Tica Lyons '81 sells her crêpes. Lyons joined the street vendors of Hanover this past summer,
4719181_19791001_000049.xml
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25,26
Article
The College
Keep off —
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"What's the Green for?" we wondered when we first saw that a person could no longer walk, toss a football, or fly a kite on half of it because the north end had been roped off. When we noticed that the Senior Fence had been
4719181_19791001_000050.xml
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Article
The College
The Town
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A dispatch from what variously is known as "down street" (if you grew up around Hanover) and "downtown" (if you grew up Someplace else):
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Article
The College
Hawks and Handsaws
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A friend we knew at Vaughan School, which is in Michigan, and at Dartmouth writes:
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Article
The College
An Enormous Whole
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Dr. Rayna Green, a visiting fellow and associate professor in the Native American Studies Program, recently discussed the connections between her specialty as a folklorist, her position in Washington with the American
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Article
The College
Babes in the Woods
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Douglas T. Brown, the senior who was responsible for this year's version of the annual Dartmouth Freshman Trip, filled us in on what it took to get 781 freshmen (out of a class of 1,050) through three days of hiking, bicycling,
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Article
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Give a Rouse for —
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DONALD REICH '43, named President of Airco Inc., makers of industrial gas and welding equipment.
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28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35
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The Trustees: 15 men and a woman with ultimate authority
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Dan Nelson
Who they are, what they do
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36,37,38,39
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Summer Rep
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Nancy Wasserman
One show a night, six days a week plus weekend matinees
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40,41
Article
ALUMNI ALBUM
Numismatist
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M.B.R.
The Court Circular of the good, gray London Times, read by everyone who is anyone to learn what the real somebodies were up to on the day preceding, reported on November 24, 1977, that "Mr. James Risk had the honour of being received by
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42,43,44,53,54
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Two at the Top: On being a woman, a wife, a partner
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Jean Alexander Kemeny
"Remember the ladies..."
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45,46,47,48,49,50,51,52
Article
Office of Development 1979 Report of Voluntary Giving
Office of Development 1979 Report of Voluntary Giving
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July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1979 SOURCE FISCAL' 79 vs FISCAL'78Alumni $ 15,748,072 $ 12,954,351Parents 886,986 483,109Friends 2,199,564 3,000,132Corporations - 2,213,049 1,446,837Foundations 2,805,372 2,823,725Other 13,015,509 776,960$
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
Zombie of the 1902 Room
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MICHAEL COLACCHIO '80
THE signs identifying what campus study areas would be open around-the- clock during summer term's exam week appeared two weeks before the term ended. They reminded me that the real term — those last two frenetic weeks when
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Article
Big Green Teams
Unexpected Wilt
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FOOTBALL coach Joe Yukica is looking for someone to fill the shoes of quarterback Buddy Teevens, who graduated in June. "We want to find out who does the best job leading our football team," said Yukica following a disappointing
4719181_19791001_000062.xml
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Article
Big Green Teams
A Possible First
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MARY CORRIGAN wants to make it official. Last year, Corrigan's field hockey team became the first Ivy League representative to play at an AIAW national championship. This season, a round-robin schedule will determine an Ivy
4719181_19791001_000063.xml
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56,57
Article
Big Green Teams
Double-duty
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ELLEN REMSEN is one of the many cogs in the Dartmouth field hockey team. But the senior from Greenwich, Connecticut, is better known for her lacrosse achievements. Remsen is one of the top 12 women intercollegiate lacrosse
4719181_19791001_000064.xml
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Article
Big Green Teams
Goals for Goals
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BRAD HILLS '65
MEN'S soccer coach Tom Griffith will have his work cut out for him this fall. "We have three goals," says Griffith, who was named New England coach-of- the-year in 1978. "We have to replace our defense, find a goalie, and score
4719181_19791001_000065.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Mrs. Leon J. Morse (Ethel) died at her home at 795 Central Avenue, Portsmouth, N.H., 03820, several months ago.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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KAREN AND WHITNEY EASTMAN
Our beloved classmate Andy Scarlett passed away July 8 at his daughter Marjorie's home in South Windham, Maine. His obituary was in the September issue. We will all miss him. Andy served as 1910 class agent for the Alumni Fund
4719181_19791001_000067.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
Although the summer months produced no class news, a noteworthy item was the fact that for the first year in recent memory, the 1911 roster remained intact. The only statistical change was in the address of Frances (Mrs. Clinton
4719181_19791001_000068.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1912
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HARRY C. WANNER
Your secretary was shocked to learn of the death of Nelson Luther Doe on July 6. Joe had been our newsletter editor since January 1974 and will be sorely missed by us all.
4719181_19791001_000069.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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CARL C. FORSAITH
Your scribe had hoped to send this month's notes to Hanover without including the name of a classmate who had crossed the Great Divide — but it was not to be. George Davidson of West Palm Beach, Fla., died in his sleep on August
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59
Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
Your secretary takes over from Henry Lowell with mixed feelings. Through many secretaryships for various local groups, we have never had to look ahead more than several weeks to write appropriately. But now, here it is only
4719181_19791001_000071.xml
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59
Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
There were ten representatives of 1915 in attendance at class officers weekend in May, and several important actions were taken at an executive committee meeting at that time. In response to a request from George Dyke, his
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59
Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
This is a report from our assistant secretary, Kay English, 2 Poplar Street, Stoneham, Mass., 02180.
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59,60
Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
This weatherwise strange summer has left us all bewildered. Two hot, humid weeks early in the season made even healthy people devoid of any energy or gumption. This was followed by some very cool days, when near-freezing
4719181_19791001_000074.xml
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60
Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
Congratulations are due to George Von Kapff and his agents for leading the class to another record and substantially exceeding our quota.
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60
Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
I had a letter from the Stu Russells indicating that Jane is making a good recovery from her operation. They went to Chicago for four days and plan to spend some time on the Cape in September. I hope to see them at that time. Jane
4719181_19791001_000076.xml
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60,61
Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
The summer heat of the Southwest is gradually relaxing. Evenings are cool enough to rely on nature to provide the gentle coolness of approaching fall, and we can cut down the refrigeration. We can visualize, on the Hanover
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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CHARLES P. GILSON
Here we are, back in production again after a summer respite of news-gathering and contacts. Many thanks to all who have written. We still need more. Don't let me down!
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61
Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
Twenty-two, last — but definitely not least — of the small classes, certainly has not yelled its last hurrah for Dartmouth. The 1979 Alumni Fund once again proved our steadfast loyalty to the College on the Hill. The money
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61,62
Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
After a short stay in Seattle, Paul Soley now finds himself in Wala Wala, where he is serving as a physician at the Washington State Prison. Paul's earlier seven-year experience at a similar high-security institution in Green Haven,
4719181_19791001_000080.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
As we enter on our 56th year as alumni, those of us who attended the 55th reunion are still talking about what a success it was, and letters are still coming in from many who could not attend, expressing their regret that they could
4719181_19791001_000081.xml
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62,63
Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
Robert Hollander, professor of European literature and comparative literature at Princeton University and a noted Dante Scholar, became the third Montgomery scholar at Dartmouth and taught a course in Italian civilization during
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63
Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Class of '26 readers, having attained or being about to attain three-quarter-century age status, will be glad to note that less energy is necessary to read 600 words — our new allowable class notes limit, down from 800.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
Hello again:
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63,64
Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
Stew Hoagland, beloved co-editor of the "28 Campaigner" for ten years, died May 17 at Morristown, N.J., Memorial Hospital. Stew's emphysema had been getting worse for a long time, but he had just completed the June issue of the
4719181_19791001_000085.xml
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64
Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
Friends ask, "How do you keep busy? Does it put you in a tizzy? All that time to kill, I'd think you'd go berserk."
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64,65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
"You have come to a college that is distinct, unique, and without parallel. It offers you no women, very little wine, and no song but of its own brewing. It offers you nothing of cosmopolitan things, nothing of those gay and
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
The Window of Vermont of October 1978 carried an article by Paul Robbins entitled "Bunny Bertram's Mountain Has Come a Long Way." Courtesy of the Window, we quote: "Bunny Bertram, who turns 71 in January, sold Suicide Six to
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
Reg Abbot, when he visited us last winter, was able to contact Ralph J. Littwin, who spends his winters in nearby Hallandale, Fla. Reg reported on his visit as follows: "My old roommate is a retired radiologist, who is exploring
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Class Notes
1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
It seems that we just put our reunion behind us and got the football season under way, when we hear that plans are afoot for the next of each. Hank Smith tells me that there will be a minireunion, based around the William and Mary
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Class Notes
1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
There is still a loose end or two in sight when we look back fondly over our shoulder at the great 45th reunion in June. First, if you took any good pictures (the editors say black and white, not color, sorry), please send me a
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
As class secretary, now that our reunion has brought us a new class president, I'd like to reintroduce F. Leonard Bryant. At the very beginning, Len was born in Weymouth, Mass., came to Dartmouth from Weymouth High, and majored
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
By the time you read this, the class executive committee meeting scheduled for the evening of October 27 at Bonnie Oaks Resort will be fast approaching. A goodly number of classmates and spouses are expected to be in Hanover that
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
The first order of business is to reflect on the outstanding performance of new agent Gene Jones. Through years of changing faces, we have been fortunate to have had hard-working, dedicated men to bring us to new heights in dollars
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
This month's class notes will be devoted, in part at least, to recognition of the long-term achievements of members of the still-amazing class of '38. This seems only fitting in view of our inevitably advancing years.
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
It is regrettable that we must start off a new season of notes by recording the death of Bill Geery, who, we have just been notified, lost a bout with cancer in July 1976. Bill had spent a lifetime with the same company, having
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Class Notes
1940
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ROBERT B. GRAHAM JR.
What a gallant competitor we have in Art Ostrander — in the Alumni Fund, as in swimming, as in life. He just never stops striving. He didn't wind up in the Green Derby's winner's circle this year, despite 40's patented frantic
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Class Notes
1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
No sooner had the bell rung on our final column of the season last spring than all sorts of '41 news began arriving. So we open the fall festivities by playing catch-up.
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
Is someone else missing a summer? I recall anticipating Memorial Day, and the next thing I knew, Labor Day had slid right by.
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
Another school year begins, bringing with it a resumption of these notes and my opportunity to talk to you. (If only more of you would talk back!) The summer, with its wet weekends (here in the Northeast), has about had it, though
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
When Jack Shearer walked in my office in July looking for all the world like an ad for suntan lotion, I asked him where he had left his boat. "In Florida," he replied casually. Which is exactly where he berths the thing. He and Jane
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
With the advent of fall — with memories of the hot humid summer — and visions of a clear, cold winter my wife Pat and I have been thinking more and more of solar energy for a potential home in our retirement years. We expect to
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
Here we go again, after a weird (weatherwise) but pleasant summer. Hanover seems to get nicer and more interesting; and, despite continuing unfavorable publicity about life on campus, I have never witnessed the student body in a
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Class Notes
1947
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PHILIP A. SEGAL JR.
The summer's mail has brought a variety of news concerning classmates. Dick Shribman has been elected a director of the Massachusetts Electric Company. Dick is president of two real estate management firms and a trustee of the
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
Before writing another word, I want to solicit the class's congratulations for Head Class Agent Ken Young for the outstanding job he did this year in getting his '48 brethren to line up behind him in contributing to our alma mater's
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Class Notes
1949
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VAIL K. HAAK JR.
The summer doldrums generated little in the way of news, but pulling several diverse letters and notes together indicated that a goodly number of '49ers have become committed sharers. Reflecting the dedication of some 50- plus
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
Time has run out.
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
I know the summer is officially over when it is time to get back to the monthly column. It was a fun summer, with many trips to the North Country; only the weather could have treated us better. I do not believe there was one clear
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
Welcome back to another season of notes from the smiling scrivener of 10th Street. Here's all the good and bad news I've received since last May.
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
The summer passes too quickly. It seems that long before we've finished half of the promises we made last spring, it's time to start an entirely new list for fall. Well, maybe next summer. ... We've received a lot of mail during the
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Class Notes
1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
At our recent reunion, a new slate of officers and an executive committee were voted into office for a five-year term. Steve Mullins will be president, Brad Borden treasurer, Dave Martin newsletter editor, Peter Kenyon head agent,
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
Although by the time this appears in print, the terrific showing made by the class in the Alumni Fund Green Derby will be old news, it is still worthy of mention. Mike Gorton has done a superb job in motivating increased giving from
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Class Notes
1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
Another fall, another column. Oh joy, joy! Blessed be the secretary, for he shall inherit the eraser. From Sergeant Spaulding in Massachusetts we received the following:
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
Foggy mornings, nippy days, a new freshman class, foliage, and football — fall is here! Remember the October 26 and 27 minireunion. Last year's participants dined in Woodstock, Vt., with plenty to cheer about after Dartmouth's
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Class Notes
1958
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FRED LOUIS III
Cross & Brown Company, New York's largest independent real estate service firm, announced recently that David L. Hoffman has been elected executive vice president. Dave has an M.B.A. from Tuck School, is married, and lives in
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Class Notes
1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
We were delighted to learn that Bob Watson has recently purchased that notable Hanover landmark known as Lou's Restaurant, which many of us remember fondly as a hospitable dining spot on Main Street. Having personally greeted
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Class Notes
1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
As I begin to put together all the information I have at hand in order to produce these first, hopefully intelligible, notes, I would like to begin by thanking Bill McCarter for his tremendous efforts as class secretary during the
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
Dick Beattie's spacious office atop the Hubert Humphrey Building in Washington is symbolic of his new job as general counsel of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare — one of the agency's key jobs. Dick's been at H.E.W
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR.
Welcome all to the start of a new school year. This month I have decided to depart from our normal newsy format to print as fully as possible a letter from Art Hoover on the "new" Dartmouth and where we are going today. I am taking
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Our class has passed yet another milepost. The first daughter of a classmate has applied to, been accepted by, and matriculated at the College. She is Virginia Lower, 18, the daughter of Jim Lower, and I called Jim up to ask how it
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Being stranded on a mountaintop overlooking Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is not conducive to the timely submittal of one's monthly column. But I can blame Hurricane David for my predicament. Where some of the news below seems old now,
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
Congratulations to all of us: we've been Dartmouth men half our lives. Really. See, it was 17 years ago that we matriculated, and most of us are 34 or 35. With the help of Professor Selznick's math, I reckon that's close to half —
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Class Notes
1967
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JEFFREY R. HILLS
Do all those years of medical school pay off? You know they do, particularly when you hear of a classmate's exceptional medical performance.
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
Congratulations to John Isaacson, appointed director of the Office for Children by Governor Edward King of Massachusetts. John held positions in the administrations of former Governors Sargent and Dukakis, and has been active in
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Class Notes
1969
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MARK C. SCHLEICHER
I don't know how it was for the rest of you, but for those of us here in Hanover, it certainly was a lovely summer — all three weeks of it. Everyone around here is now feverishly cutting wood in anticipation of the first snowfall.
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
The summer passed quickly and here I am back in print again. I am grateful to Dudley Thompson, Lou Young, and Gary Brooks for writing over the summer in order to share good news with us. Dudley was married to the former Patricia
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among this month's news items is word that Gary Partenheimer wed Sarah Hoffman on July 15. The couple was married in the chapel of the Episcopal Divinity School, of which Gary is a graduate. Sarah, an alumna of the Northfield-
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Summer in Chicago is closing on a mixed note — the weather is sunny but cool and the Cubs, while often exciting, are rapidly falling out of the pennant race. Hope all of you are anxious to catch up on some class news.
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Class Notes
1973
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MARK P. HARTY
I think that it is only fitting to begin this column with the announcement that the Dartmouth class of 1973 now has within its ranks someone who has won a world championship. For those of you who may have not seen the article in
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Class Notes
1974
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WILLIAM B. CATER JR.
October 27: the Cornell game. Write it down; note it well. A post-reunion gathering is planned in the Leverone Field House following the game. It will be a good opportunity to get together, have a few beers, and catch up with old
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
Year number five of the '75 class notes begins similarly to years number four, three, and two since graduation, with congratulations to Head Agents Sandy Tierney and Rick Waddell, all class agents, and all members of the class who
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
As I read over this month's relayings, I am suddenly aware of how much of a gossip exercise this is. In late August 1979, let us begin by acknowledging that Dartmouth has proven, once again, that her students are ambitious,
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
Having just unburied myself from a summer's accumulation of Dartmouth College News Service clippings, I realize that I am not lacking for news of classmates. The majority of the articles are announcements of promotions, marriages,
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Class Notes
1978
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JEFF IMMELT
Real World, Act 11, Scene 1: Ever tried to have fun on two weeks of vacation per year? It ain't easy. We used to get that much time off between midterms and finals. Plus, the energy shortage came just in time to: 1) challenge us
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Class Notes
1979
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PETER P. ROBY
Don't you dare turn the page without first glancing through the newest addition to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. That's right, everyone, the class of 1979 is now history and is being put out to pasture. So here we are, with our own little
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Jameson Real Estate
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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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Article
Vox
On a Monstrous Scale
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YUAN K. HA '73
THE search for truth entails A certain responsibility to reveal it, and the revelation of truth is no mean task. The seeker invariably, in the process, engages in a battle against the forces that try to contain him, smothering him in
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