Issue: 19800301

Saturday, March 1, 1980
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ROBERT MCLAUGHRY ASSOCIATES
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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COVER Michael Moriarty, featured in this issue, bears the ritualistic masks from three of his roles. The illustration is by Beth Adams.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Honor thy Civilization
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The Dartmouth Green Blazer
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Jameron Real Ertale
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Quechee Lakes, Vermont
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The Sheraton North Country Inn
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Peter Island
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Incomparable
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"THE CHANGING FACE OF DEMOCRACY"
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CHALLENGE WILDERNESS CAMP
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PROCTOR
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Tracker of the Right Stuff
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M.B.R.
CONTRARY to persistent rumor and a certain amount of empirical evidence, Nancy Elliott, since 1963 director of the Alumni Records Office, has at no time been affiliated with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Her tracking
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The Orvis Dog's Nest
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The Barbary Coast
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AVIS
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LIMITED EDITION
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Regional Director for the South Campaign for Dartmouth
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Books
Reviews
Curse of Occupation
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David Wykes
SINAI:The Great and Terrible Wildernessby Burton Bernstein '53 Viking, 1979. 268 pp. $13.95
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Books
Reviews
Record Completed
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Charles M. Wiltse
THE PAPERS OF ADLAI STEVENSONEdited by Walter T. Johnson '37Little, Brown, 1979. Vol. VIII, 885 pp. $25
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Books
Reviews
Survivors
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Alexander G. Medlicott Jr. ’50
ON THE VERGEby Dikkon Eberhart '68Stemmer House, 1979. 215 pp. $9.95
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Books
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Game Plan
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Thomas R. English ’70
COMBINED OPERA TIONSIN THE CIVIL WARby Professor Rowena ReedNaval Institute Press, 1978. 375 pp. $16.95
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Reviews
Preserving the Legacy
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Richard N. Campen ’34
LOUISVILLE:Architecture and the Urban Environmentby William Morgan '66Bauhan Publishers, 1979. 100 pp. $6.95VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE OFPORT TOWN SEND, WASHINGTONby Allen Denison '69 and W. K. HuntingtonHancock House, 1978. 176 pp. $17.95
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Books
Reviews
April Without Fear
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Robert H. Ross ’38
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUTTHE IRS TO BEAT THEMAT THE GAMES THEY PLAY
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Attention The Answer to Inflation
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The College
Good news
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Recent developments at the Dartmouth Medical School have so improved its financial health, President Kemeny reported following the February trustee meeting, that the board no longer faces the prospect of closing the school.
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The College
. . . Bad News. . .
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In recent months the trustees and administration have been grappling with an unpleasant financial reality: Primarily because of the inflation rate and escalating oil prices, Dartmouth is no longer on target for a balanced
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The College
Give a Rouse for
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DAVID G. COGAN M.D. '29, presented with the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Honor Award.
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The College
. . . And Mixed News
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The fraternity-sorority system survives at least for a while but several fraternities are in trouble and two houses face the strong possibility of losing College recognition by the end of the spring term. At last month's
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The College
Aloft
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Dartmouth looks different from different perspectives, we found out upon taking a vertical look down from 1,500 feet. It was a balmy Sunday morning in January, with no snow underfoot, and so instead of taking to the slopes, we
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The College
Nuclear Waste
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Late last fall, aiming to draw attention to the national problem of low-level radioactive waste disposal, Governors Dixy Lee Ray of Washington and Robert List of Nevada closed the disposal sites in their states to further waste
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The College
Foreign Affairs
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Harrison Salisbury, the long-time Moscow correspondent for the New York Times, on campus this winter as the Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Visiting Fellow, presented a series of four timely lectures on Russia, China, U.S. policy
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The College
Winter(?) Carnival
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I reverently believe that the maker whomade us all makes everything in NewEngland but the weather. I don't know whomakes that, but I think it must be raw apprentices in the weather clerk's factory whoexperiment and learn how in New England.
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Cover Story
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MICHAEL MORIARTY ’63, ACTOR
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Keith Bellows
“I think you'll agree it's a bizarre concept of Hamlet. It entails a single person me chained to a fairly bare stage, bound by manacles, and dressed in madman's rags. All he does, 24 hours a day, except sleep, is recite the play stage directions, character names, entrances and exits, scene names... and when he gets to the end, he starts over. That's Hamlet's idee fixe."
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Managing Dartmouth’s Money Slide Turns to Rally
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Dero A. Saunders
IT must be a breeze, you figure, to manage the endowment of a college like Dartmouth. All you have to do is buy some good, sound stocks, plus some safe bonds (isn't their yield amazing these days!), plus maybe some mortgages.
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That Man in Our Living Room
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M.B.R.
ALUMNI ALBUM
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The Trapper, the Beaver, and the Cold Country
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Dan Nelson
Strong survivor of an endangered species
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Castor canadensis
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Henry Laramie
THE beaver is the world's second-largest rodent [the largest is the South American capybara], weighing up to 100 pounds; however, 50 pounds is considered very large. Except for the nursing female, both sexes look exactly alike from
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The Undergraduate Chair
Man’s Relative
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Beth Ann Baron ’80
LAST term I received two citations. One was from a New York policeman for speeding and cost me $25. The other was from a Dartmouth professor for my work in a women's studies course. "A citation in women's studies that
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Error in Our Favor
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Brad Hills ’65
HOCKEY scouts make mistakes. When Ross Brownridge was in high school in Brampton, Ontario, 25 miles northwest of Toronto, he played Junior B hockey. "I was approached by some schools but they said I was too slow - that's why I
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Another Game, Another Year
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Brad Hills ’65
MONEY was tight when Larry Lawrence and his six brothers and five sisters were growing up in Macon, Georgia. There was no shortage of parental encouragement for athletic participation, however. "Every Christmas there was always
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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WALTER F. FURMAN
The recent holiday season was in a way a sorrowful one for 1908, as we lost three of our loyal widows during that period.
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Mrs. Frank J. Reagan of 492 Staten Avenue, Oakland, Calif., Sawny's widow, died on November 9, 1979.
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Class Notes
1910
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KAREN EASTMAN
Whitney Eastman wrote his last column for the last issue. We had a beautiful memorial service for him in Minneapolis, and his ashes will be taken to Fort Ann, N.Y., in the spring for burial in the family plot. I will carry on with
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
Upon entering this new year and new decade, Ed Poole became the first of six eligible members of the class to reach the distinguished age of 90, on January 27. The remaining five are due to attain that status between March and
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Class Notes
1912
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HARRY C. WANNER
Recently the Winchester, Mass., Star nostalgically sent an interviewer to visit nonagenarian Norman Albree at his home there. Norman was briefly a member of the class of 1912 at Dartmouth.
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Class Notes
1913
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CARL C. FORSAITH
News is scarce. The 28 classmates who were able to be up and take nourishment at the time of our last going to press are still with us. But there is one outstanding item of interest. The alumni office reports that three members of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
As these notes are being written at the end of January, the ground is still bare in the Boston area. We have had only a dusting of snow early in the season and nothing since. So far as we know, the lack of skiing in the North
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
It is time to give serious thought to whether or not you will be coming to our 65th reunion on June 6, 7, and 8. In addition to the several class get-togethers, you will enjoy the Glee Club concert, the alumni luncheon, the
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
This very month, in fact March 12, 1818, the Dartmouth College case before the U.S. Supreme Court was decided in favor of the College. And down through the years have echoed the closing words of Daniel Webster's plea! "It is,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
Class of 1917 news is as scarce as snow is in these hills of the New England states. It is frustrating for your secretary and newsletter editor (the two-in-one variety) to find enough news to divide between the ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
Linda Wright, widow of Bill, generously accepted your secretary's regrets for the goof, spotted by George Stoddard, in her name and address in a recent "Roar." Her address is Mary's River Ranch, Deeth, Nev. 89823. She welcomes
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
While this writer is away, the next two issues will be covered by our class president, Nick Sandoe, who is now living in Boston. I am sure you will notice a decided improvement.
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Before me is a volume of Essays on NewHampshire's Part in the Struggle for AmericanIndependence (1767-1777)." The essays were collected and edited by the Bicentennial Committee of the New Hampshire Sons of the American Revolution. For
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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CHARLES P. GILSON
Even with the help of a combined January-February issue of the MAGAZINE, we are still almost desperately short of 1921 news items. Anyway, that will give us a chance to concentrate on a few thoughtful and interesting contributions
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
The sorrowful loss of Steve Kenyon left 1922 with two important vacancies. Steve was not only our highly-esteemed newsletter editor, he was also a member of the class executive committee. To fill these positions, Ike Miller has
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
The 1923 "Grandfather Derby" peaked sometime in the early sixties, and I do not propose to extend it to another generation. However, you should know that Bill and Dot Kimball, who won that contest hands down, are still ahead.
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
Bill McNiff received the honorary degree of doctor of humanities at the commencement services of Miami University in Ohio. He taught history at Miami for 40 years, was the author of a book on Mormonism, and has written many
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
In a meeting last fall, the New York Ophthalmological Society paid tribute to the late Pudge Wheeler, who died in April. His record of accomplishment and his service to the society were reviewed. He had written a book on the
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
The headlines could have read "1926 has man in White House" on January 3. DickEberhart, together with 20 other noted poets, was invited by Rosalyn Carter to read selections of his works at an event designated "A Salute to Poetry
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Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
"Who can forget her sharp and misty mornings, the clanging bells, the crunch of feet on snow, the crowding into commons, the long white afternoons . . . ?" (from "Dartmouth Undying"). We certainly can't, as on this frosty morn
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
Class secretaries sometimes find it difficult to get news, despite regular requests, so I tried the telephone on a recent Sunday afternoon, very successfully.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
The class has a fine asset in the notes you write with your dues checks. Some are grist for the newsletter and some just tease with a line or two. Dmitry Shiraeff said he's OK after a heart attack. Sawyer Kier was having laser
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Numbers aren't the prime consideration in staging a Glorious Golden Gathering, but they help. By the end of January there was evidence that both the number of returning classmates and the total people attending, including 25
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
Bax Ball wrote: "Barbara and I are off in January for a four-month trip through the Orient via the QE2. We'll be in Hawaii both before and after the trip. Back home in May. Can't beat retirement."
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1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
Class secretaries very seldom receive long distance telephone calls giving news of classmates, so it was a pleasure to have Max Wolff tell us recently that "Babe" Weinberg had been honored with the presentation of the R.E.A.D.
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1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
Do undergraduates still use the word "Java"? Java good holiday? Java good New Year's Eve? It seemed only yesterday, and now I'm writing for the March issue.
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1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
In a recent column it was noted that the Dartmouth 1934 population of Florida had increased in these 49 years since matriculation from one to fifty-one. Now let's look at California. In the fall of 1930, six of us came to
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1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
Not to be outdone by any noise I may have made about the '35 Club of the Upper Valley, how about the '35 Club of Cape Cod? There are now nine permanent resident classmates on the Cape. Bob and Lois McLellan hosted an inaugural
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1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
"Save the Olympics for the kids who participate in them" is the theme of a front-page article in the Greenwich Time on Jack Smith, whose picture appears with this column. Jack, who captained the 1936 swim team at
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
We very much regret to report that Bill Coe had a second heart attack from which he did not recover. The first was six years ago. Since then we have enjoyed his and Fern's company at two fall reunions, where he was the picture of
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
Word of the election of George Kingsbury to chair the board of directors of the Indian Head (sic) National Bank of Keene was received just too late for inclusion in last month's notes. George has been a director of the bank since
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
This month we are turning over the column to Bozo Noland, who by now, you know, is hard at work putting together a second (in number not in splendor) mini-reunion for the upcoming fall. It is in the form of "Report to the Class"
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1940
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RICHARD J. GOULDER
My, how quickly the days and weeks do pass. Scarcely has the ink dried on the last column and the next deadline is upon me. I cannot say that I have adjusted fully to this new respon sibility, but I am making the bold attempt.
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1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
In December, Windy Manley died in Riverside, Calif. There will be an obituary elsewhere in this or the next issue. And just as this was being written, word arrived that Jack Ripley was, killed in an auto accident nearly a year
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1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
As you may have read, up to this point, we have had a snowless winter, and it is a strange one. My snow shovel is gathering rust and I have yet to need the fellow who plows our driveway. Mary Kirk (relative) has tickets to the
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1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
A picture may be worth etc., but if it's in color we usually aren't able to handle it here, so the following few words must suffice instead of the photo which Patricia Garlick sent to us from the Stella Maris in the Aegean Sea on a
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
Okay, let's duff and doff: off your duffs and doff your hats - right into the Hanover ring. For our 35th reunion in June. The dates are June 9, 10, and 11, and never mind that it's weekdays. If you're your own boss, just say the
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1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
Back in January, Pat and I went to a Boston Hub Club luncheon of Dartmouth alumni and had the privilege of hearing Jean Kemeny speak about her book It's Different at Dartmouth, AMemoir. When it came out last fall, we ordered a copy
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1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
I am certain you all know it has been a strange winter in Hanover, and, with the exception of a few justifiably unhappy ski area operators, I think most residents have found it to be a rather interesting and even pleasant
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1947
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PHILIP A. SEGAL JR.
Even though spring is fast approaching, the news is still of winter happenings — with or without snow. Our class's representative at the Olympics was Don Page. He was chief of starts in the women's alpine, downhill, slalom, and
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1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
It is a warm, late-January night in Houston; the outdoor temperature is a contemptible 68°F; the nearest snow is probably in northeast New Mexico some 700 miles from here; and Hanover's sometimes sparkling, sometimes vicious
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1949
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VAIL K. HAAK JR.
January 1980 is about to take its place in the Connecticut weather record books as the first January ever to pass without a measurable amount of snow. That may not raise too many eye whiskers in Orlando, Houston, or L.A. But for
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1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
The land is dreary - bare and dry and brown. Winter's storms have shied away, skirting the Northeast, skirting New England. There has been no rain, no snow. There is no blue haze highlighting the shadows on the drifts. Field
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1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
I would like to start off this column by taking note of a letter the class received from HowardPhillips. Those of us who are fortunate enough to return to Hanover with some regularity would certainly second Howard's remarks. The
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1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
Hi. My name is Martha Biakemore Chapman. I'm class of '77 and my father usually writes this column. But all of us in the family, including Chip 'BO, decided we ought to take over this month so that all the news about the class
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
Mollie and Fred Carleton are thrilled that the New Hampshire Presidential primary is finally over. There have been politicians and newspaper reporters on every corner for several months. Enough is enough. Fred's spine continues
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1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
We were delighted to see that the Boston Globe honored Jack Donahue as coach-of-the-year. Jack has perennially been producing great soccer teams at Nauset Regional High School down on Cape Cod. For eight years his teams have
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1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
As we were contemplating how to build a column for this issue without benefit of any stored-up material, we took a break to attend a jazz concert at a private club here in Milton. The band was a hybrid group whose advertised
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1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
Now that Milton Friedman is finally getting the opportunity to air his message and remind our nation's citizens of the importance and necessity of encouraging free enterprise, it is especially heart-warming to report that several
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1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
It was exciting to receive in early January a letter with a return address of the Hotel InterContinental, Tehran, Iran. The letter had actually been mailed from Egypt upon ChrisWren's return from Iran, and was in response to a
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1958
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FRED LOUIS III
The appointment of Carl McCall as an ambassador to the United Nations was recently announced by President Carter. After Senate confirmation, Carl became an alternate representative for political affairs with ambassadorial rank
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1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
I am delighted that the news from '59ers continues to flow in. I've heard from 15 people over the last eight weeks, and I look forward to hearing from more. Please keep communicating!
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1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
Let me take a minute to wish everyone a happy new year, in fact a decade full of health, prosperity, and happiness. My wife Susan and I will have returned from the February 15 weekend of seminars at the Hopkins Center by the
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1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
Picture this: It was early December in Hanover and "it was snowing. Hanover looked terrific to all of us. Even though the College was not in session, we were able to see many of the buildings (105 Dartmouth looks a lot different
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1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR.
We will highlight this month's column with the announcement of the arrival of Robert Henry Sarpy Ill, the newest member of the family of Hank and Frannie Sarpy in New Orleans. His proud parents also have two young daughters,
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1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Something did seem familiar about the tall, slim figure in tweed jacket and slacks who was mounting the stage at a media awards presentation in New York a year ago. And there was a clue alone among the award recipients, he was
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1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Greetings, classmates. I want to start off with an interesting paragraph from a thoughtful letter from Bill Gunn. Bill, as you will see, went through an amazing career change. "Until 1975, I was vice president of Time-Life Films;
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1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
A few notes about classmates and substantial news about the 15th reunion in June:
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1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
George Emlen is back in music after a series of career detours, but the road was not easy.
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Class Notes
1967
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JEFFREY R. HILLS
Here's to the lawyers among us! Here's to their vocation-bred instinct to correspond! Here's to hearing more from those of you who are not lawyers! And here's the news from this month', legal file.
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1968
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DAVID LORING
New England! As the cost of petrol continued to escalate, John McNamara, senior financial analyst with the Northeast Solar Energy Center in Cambridge, Mass., presented "Solar Energy ... an Overview" as the third discussion in a
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1969
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MARK C. SCHLEICHER
Sans fanfare, here's the latest.
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1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
More good news has crossed my desk. The Shaeffer Eaton division of Textron has appointed William Wendell to the newly-created position of manager, mass markets. Bill worked his way up the rungs of the company ladder, formerly
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1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among this month's news is word that Daveand Keppie Sullivan welcomed their second child, Jeffrey Lang, on December 5. He joined their son Stephen, who was two in October. The Sullivans wrote: "Living in southern California has its
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1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Spring appears to be a distinct possibility this year in Chicago, despite erratic blasts of wind and freezing temperatures. I hope the new season finds all of you in good health and refreshed spirits. Quite a backlog of news
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1973
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MARK P. HARTY
By the time this column is actually delivered to your doorstep, winter will be almost over in New England. And what an amazing winter it has been! As I write this column at the beginning of February, we have had almost no snow
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1974
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WILLIAM B. CATER JR.
Peter Parnell has, to put it simply, scored a big hit with his play Sorrows of Stephen, which earned rave reviews from Brendan Gill of TheNew Yorker and Mel Gussow of the New York Times. Peter has been greeted with unusual
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1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
Ah, the winter(?) of 1980.
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1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
February 30. Once again Winter Carnival was a great spectacle. The snow sculpture on the Green was a duplicate of the 1932 edition and was fascinating. The weekend was a fine mix of festivities, new and old. Yes, the local
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1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
Today's mail brought a note from BobBelden, who wrote to correct the news I printed in December's column. Though Bob spent last summer at Texas Instruments in Lubbock, Tex., working as a manufacturing planner, the mainstream is in
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1978
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JEFF IMMELT
Real World, Act 11, Scene 5: Those of you who know me realize that I rarely get nostalgic, except when I think about bailing toilets at Phi Delt. However, with the advent of a new decade, one must pause to reflect on a hectic
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1979
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PETER P. ROBY
Before I begin to thank all of you for writing such great letters to me, I must comment on something that might otherwise go unnoticed. We must be putting a lot of pressure on the '78s, as we used to do in Hanover, with our
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Aviator Albree: Not a Joke Any More
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D. C. G.
Aviation visionary Norman Albree '12 was in the forefront of flying in the days when "airplanes were a big joke." Although he was out of the field himself by the time he was 30, some of his early experiments helped shape the
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Echoes of Echo Lake
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D.C.G.
These two views of Echo Lake in the White Mountains share a similarity in perspective that transcends their differences in style. Above is an ink drawing by Thomas George '40 done last fall. At left is an 1860 lithograph by Benjamin Stone, printed by the well-known lithographer J.H. Buford, which is in the Dartmouth College art collection.
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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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Peter Smith
THE scene is Lafayette Street in New York City, ten blocks or so of it, from Cooper Union to Middle Soho. The time is a bitterly cold Friday in January, four days into a new decade. The characters are an aging paper-pusher, a young
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