Issue: 19791101

Thursday, November 1, 1979
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The Hanover Inn
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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The Finest Memory
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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COVER
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Norwich Meadows
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE
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SPRAGUE ENERGY
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Eastman
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Trillium
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YANKEE PEDLAR INN and Opera House
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GREEN MOUNTAIN
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DARTMOUTH LIFE INCOME TRUSTS
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Ward Amidon
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decor international
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Dartmouth Conservative Union
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PRESENT PERFECT
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The Hanover Inn
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OLYMPIC AIRWAYS
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Peter Island
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THE INN at NORWICH. VERMONT
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Seeker of the Heroic
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Beth Baron '80
AT the podium, her voice gains speed and rises in crescendo as she gasps for breath; her arms sweep broadly, gesturing and articulating; she flows and moves as in dance. Joy Kenseth is in performance, teaching the art of the
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The Marble Savings Bank
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AVIS
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Huntington Clothiers
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Cape Tours, Inc.
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Riva Poor Associates
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Mary Etten Kreider
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QUECHEE REALTY LTD.
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Lyme Inn
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Gentle Winds
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THE INN AT SUNAPEE
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Chateau Creek
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The Smoke Tilled Room
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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Books
Reviews
A Giant Step Back
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Richard. M. Watt '52
In this smallish book Perrin tells the story of how the Japanese nation voluntarily gave up the use of firearms for a period of nearly 300 years and "regressed" to the use of their more traditional weapons, the spear, bow, and sword.
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Books
Reviews
The New Right
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Laurence I. Radway
This book attests the irony of American democracy. On the one hand, Tom McIntyre rose to become the ranking Dartmouth alumnus in public life, a fact, incidentally, not always fully appreciated in this college community. Together
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Books
Reviews
Spokesmen
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James A. Epperson
The books of the most influential and characteristic American writers do not easily fit into the categories that determine "courses" in academic departments. The writings of the great Puritans, of Benjamin Franklin, Thoreau, and
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Books
Reviews
Galaxies
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Robert H. Ross '38
Program director of the National Film Theatre of Great Britain, Ken Wlaschin sets out in this book to establish "The 400" of filmdom. Quite literally. For it is, as he writes, "a book of opinions. It is an attempt to select the 400
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Gulf + Western Hotels in the Dominican Republic
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TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS
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HopShop
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Congenial Gathering Places
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WINDERMERE ISLAND CLUB
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The Red Lion Inn
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Peter Christian's Tavern
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Dartmouth Authors
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Harvey W. Graves Jr. '50. Nuclear Fuel Management. Wiley & Sons, 1979. 327 pp. Designed for use by advanced undergraduate and first-year graduate students in nuclear engineering, this is the first textbook to describe the techniques
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The College
The College
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“PERSUADING a student to learn for himself is almost certainly harder and may be in some cases more time-consuming than teaching him”.
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The College
The Unexpected
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Events, as nearly everyone knows by now, take unexpected turns. In mid- October, John Kemeny, who as a young man went to Los Alamos to solve equations for the first atom bomb, was in Washington working on a report that may
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The College
Your Basic Fraternity?
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Heorot, né Chi Phi, will remain on probation through the summer of 1980, but severe social restrictions imposed on the fraternity late in the summer by John Hanson '59, dean of students, were lifted in time for Dartmouth Night
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The College
Teamwork
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The ability of heat to kill cancer cells is no new discovery. Scientists have known about the use of hyperthermia (elevated temperatures) in the treatment of cancer for over 80 years. Recently, however, researchers such as Dr.
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The College
Clearing the Way
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The Appalachian Trail Bill was signed by President Carter last year, enabling the National Park Service to acquire — through purchase or eminent domain — a 1,000-foot-wide corridor of land to serve as a right-of-way for the
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The College
School Spirit
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One evening a few days before the Holy Cross game, we climbed the stairs to the second floor of Alumni Gym to watch this year's crop of cheerleaders work out, and to inquire why 16 students — eight men, eight women — would want
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The College
Goddard's Children
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One Saturday evening not too long ago, we walked to Hopkins Center to see All Goddard's Children in the closing performance of a revival of a musical called Working. We had heard of Working — and also that it had flopped on
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The College
Unconsenting College
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A movie written by a visiting professor of classics, .and starring a recipient of a Dartmouth honorary degree, won't be filmed at the College as the producers had hoped. The name of the movie is Consenting Adults, the professor is
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The College
Masseuse
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Serious massage has nothing to do with pornography, we were happy to learn during a visit with Ann Smolowe '81, a professional massuese. She is the youngest person ever trained in the "Cayce technique," developed by the seer
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The College
New Secret
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You've heard of his and hers? Well, now the hers are hissing as Cobra joins the ranks of Dartmouth's senior societies. Cobra is the women's answer to Sphinx and Dragon, the two all-male secret societies on campus. Only Fire and
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The College
Marriage of Interests
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During a recent lunch break, we visited College Hall and the first-floor office of Campus — "A Magazine for the Dartmouth Community," so the printed business card said. In a skinny room that has a pair of glass doors which face
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Article
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Give a Rouse for —
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JOHN C. WOODHOUSE '21, honored with the first University of Delaware Award for Outstanding Service.
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It's Where We're Coming From, Citizens
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Jeffrey Hart
Athens and Jerusalem and the curriculum
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ALUMNI ALBUM
Gadfly
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M.B.R
HE sees himself not as a political scientist, not as a psychoanalyst, but as a law teacher who happens to have a lot of other interests. "I work with whatever knowledge I have accumulated in other fields," says JOSEPH Goldstein '44,
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Feature
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Uncle Sam and Mother Dartmouth
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Dan Nelson
EDUCATORS are alarmed about the extent of government involvement in the operation of colleges and universities. At least, that's the impression given by reports in national news magazines and educational journals. It is not
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Feature
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'A need for someone who holds my views'
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William M. Hill
Talks with a freshman senator
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The Undergraduate Chair
Rags to Riches
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Beth Baron '80
ON the first day of soccer practice, one of the returning starters came out with her own ball; she didn't believe that 25 new balls would have fallen onto the field from heaven.
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Article
Big Green Teams
Giving It a Try
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THE first half of the 1979 football season was a disappointment for Dave Shula. As a sophomore, the split end from Miami Lakes, Florida, was a first-team all- Ivy selection and set three Dartmouth pass receiving records as the
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Big Green Teams
Home Free
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Brad Hills '65
Toni Cook and Sue Forbes do a lot of running away from home and home is a long way away. Cook and Forbes are the top two runners on the women's crosscountry team and both hail from Alaska. Cook, a sophomore, lives in Fairbanks,
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Big Green Teams
THE SCORES
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(through October 20)
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Harold S. and Harriet A. Clark celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary on October 3 at their home, Fiddlers Green, Sagamore Beach, Mass.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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KAREN AND WHITNEY EASTMAN
Vic Willis was with our class for two years before transferring to M.I.T., from which he graduated as a civil engineer. He held very responsible positions on some of the largest construction projects in the country until he retired
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
The amazing feat of the class of '09 in bringing back nine of 11 living members to observe their 70th reunion should not only elicit widespread congratulations, it warrants a listing in the Guinness Book of World Records.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1913
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CARL C. FORSAITH
Nothing succeeds like success. The plea for notes for the "Tidings" and the Magazine brought unexpectedly good results; ten of the 28 who are still with us sent a letter or card. That is close enough to 40 per cent to be a record,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
Your secretary commented in the October notes (typed back in August) that writing for publication six weeks later was new to him. We have a perfect "for instance" of what happens. One of the suggestions in October was that Lize
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
At the class officers weekend in May, the idea of having our 65th reunion in May (instead of June) 1980 was discussed, and tentative plans were made to implement that idea. Later, however, in conference with the Hanover
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
Two 1916 granddaughters are at Dartmouth this year — Mary Fairbanks '83, granddaughter of Ken and Mary Ross, and Katharine Sykes '82, granddaughter of Dick and KayParkhurst. Here is an odd coincidence — Mary spent her summer
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
Autumn, with its colorful foliage, is now with us and the first football game of the season with Princeton is over. Although the contest was a disaster for us (the first shutout in some years), we may hope for better results as the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
Sewall Strout offers the following toast to 1918:
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
Dorothy Sandoe, beloved wife of our president, Nick, was killed in an automobile accident on September 11 while she and Nick were driving from New York to Acworth, N.H. Nick was seriously injured but is making good progress.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Congratulations are due to each of the following classmates: To Leroy Stetson Davis of Bloomfield, N.J., who became a proud great- grandfather in April 1979. To John C. Felli of Southold, Long Island, who came through Hurricane
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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CHARLES P. GILSON
President Kemeny has just announced that the Dartmouth Medical School has been notified of a gift of $1 million to the school, to establish a professorship in internal medicine. The gift will be named in honor of the late Eugene
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
The thousand members, of the 1979 graduating class left us something to remember them by. They advised that "in the pledge of fellowship ... we shall remain the greatest class to graduate from Dartmouth College." Well, that
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
During the past week I have had muchappreciated letters from three classmates. Space limitations permit only a few lines from each, but they will give you an idea of how things are going.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
It is almost the eve of the Lake Morey weekend as we record the items of interest which have come to our attention. Both Stan Butts and your secretary appreciate receiving news from so many classmates. Butts will cover the
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1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
Our fall gathering in Hanover this year began with a class meeting on Friday afternoon, September 21. President Bill Jenkins presented the new constitution which had been circulated to the class by mail. Bob Borwell moved approval,
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1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
There were 40 of the 1926 family to help open the football season in Hanover — with little success. But those there had very valid reason to celebrate with the announcement at the pregame luncheon in Oberlander Lounge that Class
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1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
The class of 1927's fall reunion on September 21 and 22 brought out a record number of 84 persons. Each reunion seems to be more special than the last, as old friends get together to renew old ties and experiences. We were
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
For the first time, a son and a grandson of '28ers matriculated in the same class at Dartmouth! Ed and Dora Flanders' son John '83 chose to room in Richardson where his father lived for four years. Ollie and Dolly Andrus'
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1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
When speakers start with, "Let me say ...,” You know they'll say it anyway. Their words? I manage to forget 'em, But just the same I hate to let 'em.
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
The theme for our annual Woodstock meeting in September was "1930 Up" for the 50th, our Glorious Golden Gathering. DickBowlen has assumed the chair for this June 6-8 event. Backed by an eager committee of 22 men and four women, he
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1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
The Westport, Conn., News reported that Bill Alton was to "be lecturing at the Levitt Pavilion on Saturday, August 4." Bill is a teacher of Christian Science.
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
We recently had a letter from John Swenson out in Green Valley, Ariz., who sadly informed us of Larry Burtis' death; his obituary will be in this or a forthcoming issue of the Magazine. John wrote about Larry and other classmates in
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Class Notes
1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
As forecast in the October Alumni Magazine, your executive committee met in Bartlett Hall the morning of the disappointing Princeton football game. The attendees at the meeting were Page Worthington, Mannie Sprague, Jud Pierson,
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Class Notes
1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER
Florida has won the toss to be the subject of this month's lead paragraph. Florida now houses 51 of our classmates — more than any other state but Massachusetts and New York (numbers one and two respectively). Only one of us
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
Last month's issue gave you a short glimpse of our newly-elected class president, Len Bryant. This month, here is a brief story about our new class treasurer, R. Putnam Kingsbury. Put and his wife Louise now live in Keene, N.H.,
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
News of classmates retiring continues to be received. This past summer, Frances Soule retired as medical director of Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. Bud will continue in part-time practice there for faculty members and their
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
We look forward to the telethon in June since it provides free calls about the country to talk with you good folks. Please excuse mistakes from my scribblings five months ago.
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
We all received some time ago a class letter from President Clark Barrett and Head Agent Dick Holt. With the 1979 fall football season fast nearing its end — at least it will be by the time you read this — it seems in order for all
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
Joe Crehan was all set to make our 40th this past June, but a battle with cancer dictated other plans. On August 10, Joe succumbed to the dreaded disease. Not only will he be missed by his classmates, but also by the medical
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Class Notes
1940
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RICHARD J. GOULDER
If you're truly observant, you'll notice that there's a new name at the top of this column. This particular bit, however is not being written by Dick Goulder, but by an anonymous journalist. Late in the summer, Bob Graham
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Class Notes
1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
This is being written on the road, as I return from a business trip to Washington. My deadline was yesterday. The mail and the files are out of reach at home. All of which explains why you get only a bobtailed column this month,
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
The mailbag and my cup continue to runneth over and what a pleasant sensation that is!
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR
During a summer visit to Washington, D.C., I had the opportunity to have a chat with PhilBowie. Phil and his wife were preparing for a backpack vacation trip to the Teton wilderness area. The Bowies live in Chevy Chase. Son Calvert
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK I,. HIER
I plugged into Don Heller's telephone on a bright, sunny morning in San Diego, just as he was leaving the house for Don Heller Inc., the men's and women's specialty store he's been operating since 1959. He says things haven't
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Class Notes
1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
Shortly before writing these class notes, I received notice of the October 26 and 27 class executive committee meeting and mini-reunion, organized by Ed Pirie and expedited by HarryHampton (the venerable hustler). I hope this event
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Class Notes
1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR
It is that time of year when we welcome a new group of pea green freshmen to the wonders of the Hanover Plain. Among the over 1,000-strong we have five progeny of the class of 1946. They are Christopher Andrews, son of T. C.
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Class Notes
1947
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PHILIP A. SEGAL JR
The news concerning classmates is all good this month. First, F. Richard Hill became a member of the 1979 Million Dollar Round Table for the third consecutive year. Dick has been in the life insurance business and a C.L.U. since
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR
Dartmouth, well into its third century, has matriculated its freshman class of 1983. Autumn in Hanover! What a time to be there. These young men and women will have the same opportunities that we '48s had to sit in the stands on
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Class Notes
1949
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VAIL. K. HAAK JR
Although most members of our class have logged 30-plus years of postgraduate labor, it appears that the moving van is still providing some transportation for better than ten per cent of us each year. For many, the move is only
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
The hurricane twins, Dave and Fred, were not a stellar pair of halfbacks. (An old friend, known for his forays into the opposition's secondary, once earned the nickname.) No, this pair just came with rain and winds and left after
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR
What a time of year in Hanover! There is nothing quite like the onset of the fall season. The woods are full of vibrant colors of many hues and the air is crisp. Nature is getting ready to close up shop for the winter — but what a
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
In the September issue of the Magazine, the controversy over the Indian symbol got considerable space in the Letters department. One gentleman who called himself an Indian (he prefers that name to Native American) tells us that
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
It's difficult to straighten out an autumn that began with a shellacking at the hands of our orange-clad rivals to the south. The only consolation, if there is one, was that the loss probably helped preserve my five different
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Class Notes
1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
The Time magazine issue of September 17 had a feature story and picture of DaveMcLaughlin. His concern over a national water policy was succinctly spelled out in an article entitled "Water, Water — Where?" Good reading about a
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
One of our number who lives within the shadow of Baker Tower is Jim Wechsler, executive director of the Upper Valley-Lake Sunapee Council. A personal profile on Jim in the Valley News revealed that he is one of the area's most
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
Deadline requirements precluded the inclu- sion of news regarding the success of 57's mini-reunion held October 26 and 27, but hopefully we'll have a report for next month's notes. At last check, President George Southwick had
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Class Notes
1958
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FRED LOUIS III
Champion International Corporation recently announced the election of Richard W. Lowry to the position of senior vice president. A Tuck School graduate, Dick has been with Champion since 1960 and has had a variety of
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Class Notes
1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
I was very pleased with the response from the September edition of the "Fifty-Nine Line" class newsletter. What follows are some of the news items received. Do keep it up — drop me a note today with some news of yourself, a fellow
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Class Notes
1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
Last weekend (as I write this) was the first Dartmouth football game, versus Princeton (sorry about the outcome!). So it must already be fall. It's at times like this that I love to recall all that stuff about team spirit. Once
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
It turned out to be a pretty fall weekend, with the leaves just turning and the air just warm enough to sit in shirtsleeves for the Holy Cross football game. I'm talking, of course, about the first class mini-reunion the first
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR
William E. Mahaney of Peabody, Mass., has been named acting vice president for academic affairs at Salem State College by President James T. Amsler. After graduating from Dartmouth, Bill received his master's degree from the
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
I sometimes fear that people are afraid to write in and report their news unless they have become vice president of something or other, despite the repeated efforts of your secretary over the last two years to be especially
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR
Greetings, classmates; your secretary presents the following blurbs as deserving of a wah-hoo- wah or a rouse (?) whichever you prefer.
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
The route north from Boston was overly familiar, but the anticipations, thoughts, and mellow ruminations provided a happy framework for "going back." If you can't turn back the clock, you can at least return to the battlefield.
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
There's one place even quieter (maybe the word is stiller) than the Dartmouth Green at 2:00 a.m. on a snowy January night, and Budgeand Anne Gere have been there — Machu Picchu in the Peruvian Andes. It's the lost city of the Incas
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Class Notes
1967
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JEFFREY R. HILLS
Harry Cramer has completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at Stanford. He and Gayle have moved back East to Bethesda, where Harry is on the staff of the radiology department of the National Institute of Health. Harry is
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
A big round of snaps for a couple of classmates who were made officers of financial institutions within the past several months: Mike Ryan is now vice president and chief operating officer of Irwin Union Bank and Trust Company
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Class Notes
1969
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MARK C. SCHLEICHER
So much for the introduction, let's get to the news.
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
It seems that the '70s are really moving along. Paul J. Le Marbre is one of 169 physicians receiving post-graduate training at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. After graduating from Dartmouth, Paul attended medical school
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among this month's news items is word that Al Gordon wed Pamela Anderson LaFleur on August 3 at the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, N.H. Joe Cosco was in attendance as best man. Al, who received a certificate of educational
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Autumn has come to Chicago with gentle winds and turning foliage — not as colorful as in Hanover but certainly adequate for the Midwest. Along with the new season come cards and letters bearing class news.
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Class Notes
1973
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MARK. P. HARTY
Summer was great this year in New England. The sun shone warmly and the mountains and the sea were never too far away for weekend trips. Now the leaves are turning and we are giving baseball its last hurrah. Dartmouth football
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Class Notes
1974
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WILLIAM B. CATER JR
A memo from the College announces that Tom Csatari is the assistant College counsel. His duties center on assisting the College's development officers, with emphasis on the bequest and estate planning program, and also on
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Class Notes
1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
At the time of this writing, Pope John Paul II was celebrating mass in Boston, the Dartmouth football team was preparing for a game with Holy Cross, and the Red Sox, having failed to finish first again, were scattering for the
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
Well, it's terrible to try to write the class notes when there is no information, but that seems to be the way it is going. Let's see what we can come up with.
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
For the most part, I seldom have any news of my own activities to include in this monthly missive. I can't resist, though, giving a briefing on our recent trip to Florida. Garth and I spent four days basking in the sun on Lido
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Class Notes
1978
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JEFF IMMELT
Real World, Act II, Scene 2:
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Class Notes
1979
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PETER P. ROBY
Hi again, gang! Welcome to This is YourLife, better known as "Roby's Believe It or Not." I hope you all enjoyed the first edition of '79 madness; if you did not, tough meadow muffins! Seriously though, I would like to thank all 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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Marooned by his shipmates in the land of the Houynhnms, Captain Gulliver found a remarkable civilization. Its art and language induced not institutions but felicity. The Houynhnms had no word for lies (or for lawyers). And they had
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