Issue: 19800401

Tuesday, April 1, 1980
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD 1980-1981
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD 1980-1981
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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COVER Dartmouth's most unsung heroes are its bicycle racers who last spring won the Ivy segment of the Eastern Collegiate-Ivy League bicycle championship. In this picture by Aegis photographer Chris LaRocca '80, the
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Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Boola Moola
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Come To the Beckoning Country
Come To the Beckoning Country
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Campinon's Hanover. NH
Campinon's Hanover. NH
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SPRAGUE ENERGY
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Eastman
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Selling a Business is a Business
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WINDERMERE ISLAND CLUB
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TALL TIMBER
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Article
Who in Hell Was Jeff Tesreau?
Who in Hell Was Jeff Tesreau?
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Edward D. Gruen '31
Winning the close ones
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CANOE THE ARCTIC BARRENS
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AVIS
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Books
Reviews
Misused Decades
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Walter W. Arndt
BITTER GLORY: Poland and its Fate, 1918-1939 by Richard M. Watt '52 Simon & Schuster, 1979. 511 pp. $16.95
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Books
Reviews
More and Merrier
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Chas Carner '74
OHSAY CAN YOU SAY? by Theodor S. Geisel '25 (Dr. Seuss) Beginner Books, 1979. 40 pp. 53.50 A LOT OF LUMPS by Scott Masrber '78 Illustrated by Jamie Olson '81 Scoal Press, 1979. 188 pp. $8.95
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Reviews
Ghost of Quixote
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Frank F. Janney
FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA: The Poetry of Limits by Dasvid K. Loughran '61 Tamesis Books Ltd., 1978. 219 pp. £14.50
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RE-ENTERING
RE-ENTERING
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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Richard A. Parker '30, Jean Leclant, and Jean-Claude Goyon The Edifice at Taharqaby the Sacred Lake of Karnak Brown University Press, 1979. 95 pp. Illustrated, 44 plates. Begun in 1939 when Parker first transcribed the texts from
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Interlude in the Forties
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The College
The Hanover Seven
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At the beginning of March, the College suspended recognition of two fraternities, Phi Sigma Psi and Tabard (formerly known as Sigma Chi), and put five other houses on probation. Loss of recognition, which probably would have put
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The College
Give a Rouse for
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ALEXANDER CALDER '38, named outstanding Chief Executive Officer of the paper industry by the Wall StreetTranscript.
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The College
The Panchayat Decides
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It was January in Hanover, with snow flurries sifting down onto the strangely barren brown turf of the Green. But the ten students in Professor Wayne Broehl's freshman seminar were about to take off, in their imaginations, for
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The College
Townie etc.
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Ten years ago March 1, the math professor, John Kemeny, became president of Dartmouth. To celebrate the Kemeny decade, the Dartmouth Club of the Upper Valley held a party in Hanover on the last day of February, with students,
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The College
Back to School
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The average age of students on campus jumps substantially summer term because of the number of people-many of them long out of college-who come to Dartmouth for an educational vacation. In June, not long after Commencement, the
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The College
Help from Harvard
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In the middle of all the budget-cutting flurry here this spring, it was a pleasant surprise for Dartmouth to receive a $25 check from the director of Harvard's United Way and Other Charities campaign. It seems we were the
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The College
A Symbol
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One afternoon in January, instead of going to Alumni Gym for the usual workout and sauna, we went to Hopkins Center to take in a lecture-"Eroticism and Fashion: The Corset and the Changing Image of Women's Beauty"-given by
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Feature
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Life in High Places
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Dan Nelson
Bar-headed geese, during the course of their migration, fly over the Himalayas at altitudes as high as 30,000 feet. Reinhold Messner one of the world's most competent and ambitious mountaineers, has climbed to the summit of Mt.
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Adapting to the Heights
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My interest in high altitude is mostly practical. While I was a student, and for a couple of years following graduation, I spent my summers working as a climbing guide on Mt. Rainier, a 14,410-foot glacier-covered volcano in
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Extra Credits & Bonus Points
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Nancy Wasserman '77
Here we go again with another celebration of superlatives, a compendium of commendations, a grab-bag of goodies. Here are highscoring heroes and heroines who ought to be heralded, places deserving of praise,
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ALUMNI ALBUM
Dark Horse of a Different Color
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David M. Shribman '76
The long journey of Edward E. Clark '52 began last September when he strode to the platform at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles and accepted a presidential nomination few Americans even knew was available. He gave the broad wave and
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Making Books
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Robert H. Ross
The Stinehour Press lies at the foot of a hill just off U.S. Route 2 in Lunenburg, Vermont. The land used to be farmed. It has been kept cleared, almost treeless. In winter the southwest storm wind sweeps unobstructed up the
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
The Great Society
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Michael Colacchio '80
While rummaging through some old boxes the other day, I uncovered a little black book that brought back memories of my friend Pierre Kirch and certain pleasant evenings last spring. The little black book is entitled The
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Sports
Big Green Teams
What's for Encores?
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Coach George Crowe hopes Dartmouth hockey fans will lower their expectations just a bit. Crowe's teams, over the past two years, have won two Ivy League championships. They have won four Eastern College Athletic Conference
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Sports
Big Green Teams
High Spirits
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Brad Hills '65
Winningy League basketball championship almost cost women's coach Chris Wielgusa dip in icy Long Island Sound. "They were under orders not to throw me in the shower because I had all my good clothes on, and I later talked
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Big Green Teams
At the Winter Games
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Robert Sullivan '75
In 1937, the best ski racer in the United States, Dick Durrance '39, wrote an article expressing his dissatisfaction over the "maniacal mountain diving" that was gaining popularity in America and throughout the world. He was
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1903
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STANWOOD COBB
A letter was received recently from one of the two remaining members of the class of 1903 (both listed above). Stanwood Cobb wrote as follows about his autobiography A Saga ofTwo Centuries, recently published on the occa- sion on
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Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Asher Averal Clement, who had recently moved to 426 Greenbriar Townhouse Way, Las Vegas, Nev. 89121, died on November 30, 1979, three days after his 95th birthday. His widow Sadie has a retirement home at 4255 Spencer, Las
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Class Notes
1910
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KAREN EASTMAN
Hazen Jones telephoned on February 9 and reported that in his capacity as liaison with the College on reunion plans, he is getting communications on the subjects of procurement of beer kegs and dance music among other things.
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
The Dartmouth Alumni Fund originated in 1914. In every year since, it has continued to function with constantly increased quotas up to a present level in excess of $5 million. How many living alumni would you estimate have
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Class Notes
1912
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HARRY C. WANNER
Upon my return to Virginia from nine weeks in the sun in Fort Lauderdale, I found the following news of 1912.
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Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
The goings on at Lake Placid in February led me to think back on our skiing days at Dartmouth. Fred Harris '11, Carl Shumway 'l3, and a chap named Rundlett in a later class come to mind. Harris probably sponsored skiing in the
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Class Notes
1915
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MARVIN L. FREDERICK
Once again we call your attention to our 65th reunion June 6, 7, and 8 at Hanover. Friends you will likely see include Dale Barker, Al Bull, Eben Clough, Ruth Winship Crance, Jack Johnson and wife Alice, Marion Morehouse,
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
Chan White sent the good news that he has improved every day since the mishap when he fell and broke two vertebrae last fall. He said that he is now getting around without a cane. To update us on the White family, he reported
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
What is in store for us weatherwise? As this is being written on February 27, Hanover has had only about two inches of snow all winter, but yesterday it snowed all day, but so lightly that it left only about two inches of feathery
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Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
While spending the winter at Lake Worth, Fla., George Von Kapff was delighted to have a visit from Tom Jones and his wife as they were returning from a visit at the home of his brother, Charles Jones, and his wife. That was
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
Just before Spider and Bea left for Arizona we had lunch together, and, in a weak moment fter a couple of drinks, I agreed to do this column for the next two months. So here goes.
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Recently a nice note from Nate Whiteside informed me of the musical accomplishments of Linda Raths (daughter of Ann Mack Schnirel). Linda is currently a student in Hinsdale, III., Central High School and an excellent violinist.
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Class Notes
1921
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CHARLES P. GILSON
Remember the snowless Winter Carnival of 1980? They managed it, with man-made and imported snow. Can you imagine such a situation in our time in college?
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
Congratulations to classmates can never be too late nor too early. So, felicitations from '22 go to George and Bessie Brooks, Bill and SarahPope, and Larry and Hilda Waite, who had 50th wedding anniversaries during the past year,
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
In a recent column I spoke of the signal honor paid Karl Williams at the 24th annual meeting of the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. Through the courtesy of Haskell Cohn '22 I now have a copy of the meeting program and
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
The Buchanans, in addition to spending a weekend in September in Hanover, where their grandchildren are students, took the Dartmouth alumni trip on the Stella Maria, visiting old Greece from Sicily to Turkey.
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
Jack Watson is an attorney and lives in Oxford Pa. This past winter he wrote FordWhelden, offering to send a large 1925 banner for use at our 55th reunion June 6, 7, and 8. Jack says he will not be able to get to the reunion and
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
Hurricane Frederick last fall spared with only minor damage the home of Art Forrest in Mobile, Ala., compared with what happened to his neighbors next door and across the street. The class is glad Art escaped the widespread
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1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
It has been a great winter here. No snow. That suits us fine. Although we still love that white stuff in moderation, we're not too keen on an overdose.
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1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
A brief item in last month's notes stated that Jack Rose had had a stroke at Christmas time but no additional details were available then Art Kneerim's class newsletter later printed a letter from Jack Herpel, relating that he and
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1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
Larry Lougee wrote from West Lebanon wondering if they can go through a winter without snow. He described snow machinery making a pile for the Carnival sculpture on the campus. It wasn't melting on the 0° nights. He enclosed a
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1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Among classmates recently seen and pledged to the June 6-8 Gathering: Carolyn and Carl Haffenreffer at a performance of Blackstone the Magician at the Ocean State Theatre just prior to a March-April visit to their Arizona home;
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1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
Jack Benson wrote: "Gladys and I have already had three '31 reunions. We had drinks and dinner with Ernie and Angie Moore and Sher and Betty Guernsey. The arrival of the Boermeesters at Lovelands' on Marco Island was the
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1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
Although we did not have the pleasure of seeing him on his winter visit to Florida, Prez JohnZimmerman and wife Alice went to Sanibel Island on the west coast in January to celebrate his father's 99th birthday. From all reports the
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1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
1 have just received from the College a helpful little volume listing all alumni officers, together with their addresses and titles. From this, I learned that Robert S. Turner and William G. Raoul are active in their local
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1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
The wildly exciting U.S.A. hockey win over the U.S.S.R. team at Lake Placid (remember, these notes are being written in late February) has put me in mind of the most wildly exciting hockey game I ever saw. It was played in Davis
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
On my frequent-fortunately or otherwise -visits to the Dartmouth National Bank, I often meet Ernie Draper's son Larry, whose desk is right out there in the public eye. He tells me his dad is recovering well from his operation,
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
A class get-together is planned as usual for the class officers weekend in Hanover on Friday to Sunday, May 2-4. Our class is being quartered at the Chieftain Motel. All classmates and wives of classmates are welcome. If you
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
Last spring we sent out seven letters for news and batted 1.000. Tried seven again last month and got just one! Bless Walter Johnson for saving our day. We were inquiring about address changes, now so common with retirements, and
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
That was a clarion call (for our 1980 fall reunion) sounded by "Pace Setter" editor DanMarshall, seconding and seconded by ClarkBarrett. All that Dan said about the attractions of northern New England in mid-October is true, and it's
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
Sadly, we open the column with a report of the death of Bill Bennett after a bout with cancer. Bill matriculated with our class but moved on from the Hanover scene before graduation.
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1940
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RICHARD J. GOULDER
One of the great rewards of my new-found duty as class secretary is the opportunity to personally renew old acquaintanceships. Upon receipt of a message, the fun begins with a visit to the Aegis (yup, that's him), to the 25th
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1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
The '41 executive committee did one other piece of business at the January meeting that I didn't report last month, not having been sure that all concerned had been personally notified at that time. Six new members were added to
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1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
This is the mud season in Hanover, which is the terrible period between winter and spring. But this is a strange one, as there was almost no winter. Carnival was made possible due to artificijil snow, but there were a few flakes
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1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
Foreign dispatches take priority these days, so here's a report from J. Clark Moore datelined (should be placelined) Geneva: "It is now over 25 years that we have been abroad 14 years in Paris and over 11 years in Geneva. Our
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1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
How's this for a good idea? There are 632 living, breathing, handsome '44s out there 461 who graduated, 171 non-grads and with our 35th reunion coming up in a couple of months, why don't all 632 of those living, breathing,
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1945
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EDWARD B. SMITH
I hope that everybody has read the article in the March issue of Yankee magazine entitled "All the Things We Do He Does Better." The "he" is John Kemeny, and the article is an inspirational, heart-warming story of our president.
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1946
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EDWARD M. SCHEU JR.
I occasionally hear a classmate complaining that the Dartmouth spirit and its good old traditions have gone by the boards with the new generation on campus. Yes, I suspect a feuthings have changed, but this year's WinterCarnival was
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1947
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PHILIP A. SEGAL JR.
The Campaign for Dartmouth, which has now raised $90 million toward its $160-million goal, has appointed two able '47s to chair various areas of the country.
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1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
The class of 1948 is about to place a permanent reminder of its having been there on the Big Green campus. For some time there has been thought scattered among the members of our widely-distributed class that we ought to leave
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1949
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VAIL K. HAAK JR.
Al Foley '20 used to tell the story of an old Thetford, Vt., farm family gathered around the kitchen table to fill out the insurance forms for the farmer, who had fallen off the barn roof, broken his neck, and died. They recorded
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
There was, finally, a thin white mantle covering the campus. The end of February weekend was classically beautiful crisp cold; sparkling, frost-flecked air; bright sun against a cloudless sky; crunching snow; and stars in the
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1951
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HENRY NACHAMAN JR.
By the time you read this, spring will have arrived, following a winter that could not happen. Virtually no snow has fallen the entire season in fact, there was ten times more snow in Norfolk, Va., than in Boston, Mass. Now I
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1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
This'll be a short one. I have run out of news this month. And I have run out of time to wait and see what's going to happen to any of you.
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
The imperial sound of the Olympic-theme trumpets is still lingering in the air. What a fabulous and spectacular event the XIII Winter Olympics were. Surely, for most of us, the Games had lot of nostalgia. Would Jim McKay have
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1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
Never has the Gillespie family watched as much hockey as we did this February. And we loved every minute of it. However, I feel sort of silly sitting here at the typewriter at the conclusion of the Olympics on February 24, knowing
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Class Notes
1955
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BRUCE B. ALEXANDER
As you read this column, there will be less than two months before we all gather for the glorious 25th on June 12-15. The reunion committee is polishing up logistical details necessary to feed, house, and entertain' all
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1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
Had breakfast with class printer Elliott Weinstein in New York recently, and reconfirmed my feelings that he deserves the Kroll-Krosnowski-Keare Award for meritorious service above and beyond the call of duty to the class
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
Spring has apparently sprung although in the Northeast, at least, it is difficult to differentiate when the change from winter occurred. It has been the mildest winter on record, with essentially no snow accumulation from central
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1958
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FRED LOUIS III
David M. Chisdes announced that son Michael is going to be a big brother in September. Michael is seven. Victoria Grace is expecting for September delivery. In May, Dave became laboratory manager of the Elizabethtown plant of
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Class Notes
1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
Regretfully, we must lead off with a sad note: Thomas Cahill Davis Jr. died of cancer on January 15. His obituary was in last month's issue. If anyone cares to drop his widow Marilyn a note, I am sure it would be appreciated
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Class Notes
1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
My wife Susan and I were really fortunate to have spent a weekend exploring the Hopkins Center last month. Director Peter Smith and his staff -mapped out a very interesting and thorough program for a group of about 30. The
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
Tell it to the judge Judge Read Ambler, that is. Governor Jerry Brown recently named him to the Santa Clara County Superior Court, filling a position newly-created by the California legislature. Read had been an attorney in
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Class Notes
1962
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ARTHUR J. FRITZ JR.
Last week I was pleasantly surprised when Dennis Barnes dropped into my office. Dennis was out in San Francisco partly because he was representing one of our companies. He is now an attorney in Washington, D.C., with the firm of
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Dave Goodwillie can claim distinction in several regards. For starters, to the best of your secretary's knowledge, Dave is the lone man of the cloth in the class. Almost certainly he is the only member "of the class who is a
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Hello again. Here comes the judge. Richard Neely has been elected chief justice of West Virginia by unanimous vote of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. Richard has been a member of West Virginia's highest
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Class Notes
1965
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RICHARD J. AVERY
My thanks this month to treasurer Jim Scott and to Nancy Hansen, who helped explain why we get so little direct news about what's going on with you out there in alumni land. We're all straight-out busy, busy. Nancy wondered in
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
It felt like spring yesterday ... I didn't need a wool cap, birds danced in the trees, my daughter spotted a daffodil fighting through the soil, and my wife handed me the clippers and pointed to the backyard. Ah, spring!
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Class Notes
1967
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JEFFREY R. HILLS
Mickey Beard has been named general manager of the Minneapolis brokerage office of the Paul Revere Life Insurance Company. Mickey has been affiliated with the Paul Revere Companies since 1970. Before this current
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
The column this month is particularly difficult to write. Despite the many joys of life marriages, children, promotions, personal achievements, and friendships the possibility of death lurks, and the death of men in their
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
I have some interesting news this month. Further details have come in on Bob Rudney's marriage to Joelle Durbin. The wedding took place in the cathedral in Grasse, France, Joelle's home town, on February 2. Joelle is currently
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among this month's news items is word that John Lippman was named news director of KIRO-TV in Seattle, Wash., last November. John was previously news director at KSTW in Tacoma. While at KSTW, he developed its
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Class news continues to pour in at a heavy clip. Keep writing and bear with me as the backlog lessens.
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Class Notes
1973
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MARK P. HARTY
Unfortunately I have to begin this column on a very low note. On February 18, Dan Fuchs died of a brain tumor in Washington, D.C. Mike Neary, Brad Little, Charlie Boarman, and I represented the class at his funeral in
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Class Notes
1974
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WILLIAM B. CATER JR.
From the XIII Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, N.Y., came news of Don Nielsen, who participated in the ten-kilometer biathlon, placing 44th in a field of 50 with a time of 38:51.02. The race was won by East German Frank Ullrich
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1975
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GILBERT F. PALMER IV
The bucolic beauty of the Hanover Plain beckons us. Springtime is upon us and it won't be long until the members of the class of '75 reconvene after a five-year hiatus. How different things are since we first met as a class back
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1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
Scream! Shudder! Shout! is the name of a one-woman show which opened in Philadelphia in late November. The star, Amanda Green, "is the best thing to come along since Maya Angelou," according to Arthur Hall, director of the
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1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
Though he has been mentioned more than several times in this column, Karl Hartmanrt recently chided me for never having included the fact that he and his wife Cathy (U.C.S.D. '77 and an exchange student for a term at Dartmouth
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1978
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JEFF IMMELT
Real World; Act II, Scene 6:
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1979
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PETER P. ROBY
Hello again! I hope you all have been able to dig out of the winter snow and are beginning to buy your assorted lotions and creams in anticipation of fun in the sun. It is very important that you plan ahead concerning this subject,
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Vain about Dartmouth?
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"Vanity plates" are what some states call them; other states have other names. But the principle is the same: anyone who has a message of five or six letters or less to get across to the motoring public can have it emblazoned
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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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