Issue: 19801001

Wednesday, October 1, 1980
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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MACANUDO
MACANUDO
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McLaughry Associates
McLaughry Associates
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Coop Christmas Suggestions
Coop Christmas Suggestions
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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COVER A clear case of less is more, the bonfires are fewer but taller these days. This picture came to us perhaps as an endorsement of the recent letter-writer who commented that "whoever is responsible for that picture on
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Scotland by the Yard
Scotland by the Yard
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4,6,9,10,12
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Success in Gotham
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The best selling Scotch in Scotland.
The best selling Scotch in Scotland.
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The Year of the Coast
The Year of the Coast
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Peter Island
Peter Island
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DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
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8,IC1,IC2
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TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS
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Dartmouth National Bank
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Bond's International Gasina
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Carroll Reed
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Southwick
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Dennis Grossman
Dennis Grossman
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Article
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Correction
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In a photograph accompanying President Kemeny's ten-year report in the June issue, a student examining prints in a graphic arts class was wrongly identified. The picture actually showed Alfreda Alvarez '79.
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The Dartmouth Directors Chair
The Dartmouth Directors Chair
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Article
WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Intellectual Athlete
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Don Rosenthal '81
DELO E. MOOK II points at a visitor's eyeglasses: "I see that your life is strongly dependent on technology. You're part machine; you're not even a total human biological creature anymore. You've evolved into a symbiotic
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THE NEW CONTRARIAN
THE NEW CONTRARIAN
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Associate Director
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Pennswood Village
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To the Author in Search of a Publisher
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FREE CATALOG
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J & W TEX-MEX
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Books
Reviews
The Underside
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A. Roger Ekirch '72
JAMESTOWN, 1544-1699
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20,21
Books
Reviews
Disorderly Houses
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David M. Shribman '76
MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD
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21,22,23
Books
Reviews
Dynasties
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Dick Hoefnagel M.D.
THE ROYAL FACTS OF LIFE:
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Books
Reviews
Poetic Institution
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R. H. R.
WAYS OF LIGHT
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INTERLUDE IN THE FORTIES
INTERLUDE IN THE FORTIES
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Dartmouth Football
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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Morris B. Storer '26, ed., Humanist Ethics: Dialogue on Basics. Prometheus, 1980. 303 pp. "Basics" indeed! Upwards of 30 million Americans and as many as one billion persons worldwide the editor estimates, are humanists,
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Incomparable
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Hitchcock
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The Smoke Jilled Room
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Ward Amidon
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25,26
Article
The College
On-Line
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Margaret Otto, the College's new head librarian, says that although at first she had her doubts about leaving M.I.T. and the bright lights of Boston for the hills of New Hampshire, when she checked out Dartmouth she found that
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Article
The College
Give a Rouse for
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CHARLES W. BARTLETT '27, winner of the Paul Dudley White Award of the American Heart Association, for service combating heart disease.
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Article
The College
Circling the Green
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• Youngest Sister: The College has a new sorority, its third, the national sorority Alpha Chi Omega. Some two-dozen women pledged this summer and plan an upper-class rush this fall. Acting president Beth Johnston '82 said
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Article
The College
Stoiberite
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Our man at Mount St. Helens, Professor Richard Stoiber '32, has had the singular honor unrelated to his most recent investigations of having a mineral named after him.
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26,27
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The College
Family Affair
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Summer Repertory 1980 was by way of being Old Home Week at the Hop. David Birney '61, whose undergraduate Hamlet remains legend among local theater buffs, came back to play a deliciously evil Richard III and to direct Sorrows of
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27,28
Article
The College
Trees . . .
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The sight of workmen cutting down an elm near the Green and the prospect of a cold winter recently prompted us to ask if we might, as a public service, toss a few of the logs in the back of our truck and cart them home. We
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Article
The College
... And Fleas
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While Bob Thebodo has been climbing trees and trying to kill beetles, W. Charles Kerfoot, an assistant professor of biology, has been wading in Occom Pond, trying to cultivate a population of water fleas more properly known as
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28,29
Article
The College
Out of the Night
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A nice tale, that seems to say more about the Freshman Trip than all the statistical or logistical data we could muster, came our way the other day from Walter Stockmayer, chemistry professor very actively emeritus and frequent
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The College
Naked Apes
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What does a professor of government have in mind when he shows his class slides of battling baboons? Professor Roger D. Masters sees nothing strange about it.
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A Triumphant Failure
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Peter Bridges
SOME time ago, reading that an inventor had succeeded in walking across the Hudson River on special shoes of his own devising, I was reminded of a letter that John Ledyard wrote from Paris to his cousin Isaac Ledyard in
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34,35
Article
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An Heir to Ledyard's Wanderlust
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Peter Gambaccini '72
LIFE without adventure is living death," John Ledyard might have said. The observation, however, belongs to Ledyard's spiritual kin Michael Winn '73, whose wilderness yearnings run every bit as deep as did Ledyard's. Those who
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A Collection of 'Erotic Capital'
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Margaret E. Spicer
From the bustle to the bosom and the bottom
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40,41,42,43,44,45
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Pornography in Our Time
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Mary Ellen Donovan
Babes in Peepland
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Article
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A Small Town in New England ...
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M.E.D.
ACROSS the nation there may be 5,000 McDonald's restaurants and 20,000 "adult bookstores" or porn specialty shops, but in the area close by Dartmouth there is only one McDonald's and there are no porn shops. The absence of
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What It Was Was Grid-Graph
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John R. Scotford Jr.
Instant replay, more or less
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Article
The Undergraduate Chair
A Little Medicine
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Don Rosenthal '81
IT'S fall again and the freshmen on campus can't help but remind me of my first days in Hanover. I came up with my parents for my freshman trip and, whether out of fear or an attack of unromantic virus, contracted a severe case
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Sports
Big Green Teams
For Openers
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Brad Hills '65
IN their first game of the season, the Big Green football team overwhelmed the disorganized Pennsylvania Quakers in a 40-7 victory on Memorial Field. Penn- sylvania took the lead with a touchdown in the first quarter, but
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Physical and Spiritual
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Brad Hills '65
FIVE months ago Jerry Pierce served as a "short-term missionary" to teenagers, prisoners, and Indians in the mountains of Guatemala. This Saturday he will be corralling Ivy League ball-carriers and pass-receivers attempting to
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AVIS
AVIS
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TELEFLORA
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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BERTRAND C. FRENCH
Craig Thorn's great-grandson Craig IV graduated from Dartmouth last June after an active undergraduate career. This fall he has a teaching fellowship at Andover Academy, having been chosen from 82 applicants.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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KARKN EASTMAN
Glendon E. French III, son of Glen French '56 and grandnephew of Whitney Eastman, Ben Eastman '16, and Frank Eastman '06, is entering Dartmouth this fall. Glen is a fine athlete and student, and we are all happy that he is
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
It is with a sense of sadness that I resume my reporting role following the passing of Wee Kimball in June. See his obituary in the September issue. During the years after his retirement in the early sixties, he devoted a great
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1912
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MARRY C. WANNER
One more of our class has passed on, and now we are indeed few. John Randerson died as a result of a severe stroke suffered in 1974.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
Fall and football and this year is the 100th anniversary of football at Dartmouth. The 25th Ivy League season takes the team to William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va., for the first time and brings both Harvard and Yale to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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MRS. CHARLES W. COMISKEY
Thanks to the hard work of Duze Lounsberry, Ruth Crance and Dot Haubner, 1915 is again the winner of the Green Derby. The 66th annual campaign ended well over the dollar goal and set a new alumni participation record of 63 per
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
The suggestion planted in these notes that we have a Cane Club has blossomed into a club of 14. The following have joined (and the list is still open for more): Hugo Gumbart, Dave Shumway, Mildred (Earl) Cranston, Ethel
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
The other day as I took my favorite walk around the campus and beyond, I was struck by something that bothered me when I looked across the campus from Main Street to Dartmouth mouth Row. The four buildings with their green
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64,65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
Here are the gleanings of the summer, saved from the "Roar" for this issue.
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65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
The big news is that President Sandoe has married Mary Foley, who was his nurse when he was involved in the terrible automobile accident. When he was in "deep despair" (to quote Nick) she restored in him the will to live. Bea
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65,66
Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Marguerite and Horace Dalrymple, having sold their Meriden, N.H., home, have moved to Hoodcroft Apartments in Derry, N.H. The "Dal" will have less yard work than in the past, but they will be nearer their family.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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ORTON HICKS, Acting Secretary
A note to the class from Harry Chamberlaine: You will already have learned the sad news about our very wonderful class secretary Charlie Gilson. Your other officers are now facing the all-but-impossible task of finding a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
"Thank you, thank you, thank you very much." You heard it repeatedly from the podium at the July and August political conventions. But here more wholehearted gratitude goes to all who made the 1980 Dartmouth Alumni Fund so
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
Charlie Zimmerman proudly announces that 1923 participated 100 per cent in this year's Alumni Fund. Our 258 living and active classmates gave $69,388. The smallest gift was $1, the largest $9,555. Seventeen men each gave $1,OOO
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
The period from May to September is referred to as a vacation for class secretaries, but this does not mean that we lose contact with Hanover. For your secretary this was particularly true this summer, when the Bents were
4719181_19801001_000094.xml
article
67
67
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
This month our notes cover events and communications stretching back through the current year, some fairly recent and others going back to early in 1980.
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article
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
The 43rd annual 1926 summer reunion with 26 classmates, wives, and widows (names already listed in "Smoke Signals") began August 22 with cocktails and dinner at Hanover Inn. The Memorial Book- committee met Saturday morning in
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Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
Hello again. It's been a long time since our last, in June.
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
To help celebrate Dartmouth's 100th year of football, the College has invited the surviving members of the famous undefeated team of 1925 to a buffet dinner the night before the Harvard game and to a cocktail party and dinner
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
Is someone trying to put us down? Trunkie Brittan had to let Ruth do the driving in England last spring because he was over the age limit for rental car driving. That came in a note from Duke Barto, fresh back from fishing in
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
The memory of our 50th lingers on. A reprise can only be brief and selective, so I'll give it a try on an alphabetical basis, sharing some personal thoughts and reminiscences. Surely Meade Alcorn should be cited for his devotion
4719181_19801001_000100.xml
article
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70
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
Si Leach wrote in May: "Back in Winnipeg again. Spent the last two weeks of April becoming 'freed' from business connections. That is annual meeting time, and 1 hit 70 last July 4. Frankly, I enjoy the change of tempo, but I
4719181_19801001_000101.xml
article
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
We had hoped to receive newspaper clippings with large headlines, heralding the feat of two classmates from the Hanover area participants in this year's annual Ledyard Canoe Club trip down the Connecticut River from Hanover to
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article
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71
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Class Notes
1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
Java good summer? This is written in August for the October issue, so the above question and the leading note are not out of order. Head Agent Mannie Sprague had a good summer. He says so in these words:
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article
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Class Notes
1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
By an accident of the publishing calendar, the first time I can tell you anything about this year's Class Officers Weekend, which took place in early May, is now in the MAGAZINE'S October issue.
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article
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
Just once more let's hear it for Head Agent Al Dodd and Participation' Chair Bob Naramore. The Great Class of 1935 exceeded its Alumni Fund dollar objective by a 19 per cent margin and achieved a record 87 per cent
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article
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
Bob Fernald and his agents have done it again! For the second consecutive year the class has set a new all-time dollar mark for Alumni Fund giving by a non-reunion class. Once more the class was aided by the generosity of Niels
4719181_19801001_000106.xml
article
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73
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
It was a long, hot summer. For New England lately a bit unusual. Our tomato plants keeled over early for lack of water in the heat—partly our fault for visiting around with classmates on long weekends neglecting same. More on those
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article
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
Things keep happening all the time and the more time that elapses between issues of class notes, the more things happen that are worthy of reporting (assuming the class secretary is informed and/or alert). It's been a pretty
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article
74
74
Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
This past May 9 the class lost one of its good members with the passing of John Gillingham. John died suddenly and unexpectedly of a coronary in Stamford, Conn., where he had moved with his family but a year earlier from Scotch
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article
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Class Notes
1940
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RICHARD J. GOULDER
Men of the Class of'40 remain on the move. Having passed so significant a milestone as a fortieth anniversary of their graduation has not slowed the flow of accomplishments for members of our class,
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Class Notes
1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
The new season starts in sorrow.
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article
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
And here we go again for all the news that's fit to print about the great class of '42.First and foremost is our return to the winners' circle in the Green Derby race. Dr. Bill Enos and his group of class agents did an outstanding
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article
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
In your travels this summer, I hope you took our dandy new class of 1943 directory with you and made use of it to get in touch with classmates in your vacation or business environs. Let me attest that this can be an exhilarating
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
We were enjoyed to palaver on the phone with our old Syracuse chum, Norm Simpson (our fathers were friends at Syracuse U. a thousand years ago). Norm and the family were fresh in from t,heir annual summer vacation at Fourth
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Class Notes
1945
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AUSTIN B. WASON
Pat and Ted Smith came out to the island one warm Sunday last July. (Perhaps I should explain here that Shirley and 1 live on an island on Lake Winnepesaukee from early May through the end of October. Our "winter quarters1' are
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Class Notes
1946
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DUNCAN M. FITCHET
Here is more about our 35th reunion in June. Paul and Jean Engelhart were here from Cincinnati with daughters Peggy, Amy, and Jenny and capped off the celebration with a family climb on Moosilauke. Bill and Roberta arrived from
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article
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Class Notes
1947
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PHILIP A. SEGAL JR.
Our class can be proud of its efforts this year in the Alumni Fund drive. We exceeded both our dollar objective (by 12.7 per cent) and our participation goal (by 3.6 per cent). In tribute to Frank Weber's great job, I would like to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
As the following is set to paper in late August, it is only three weeks to the opening of Dartmouth's 100th season of football. On September 20 Penn will appear at Memorial Field in Hanover for the 48th encounter between these
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article
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Class Notes
1949
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VAIL K. HAAK JR.
The word around class secretary circles is that people don't write letters anymore. We know that children don't they telephone, collect. Parents do, because they have lots of time and don't like paying phone bills on top of
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
Dry leaves scuttle in the gutter underfoot. Summer has been long and hot and parched. Touches of yellow in the sumacs portend the change, the coming days of autumn.
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
I hope you all had a pleasant and relaxing summer and are now prepared to face whatever trails and tribulations your world has to offer. What with inflation, recession, hostages, O.P.E.C., independent allies, ungrateful aid
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
Boy, that summer went fast! In the process the Blakemores got moved to Rye directly across the street from Al Davis got two sons off to their final college year and, thus, a start toward financial balance once again.
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
The 100 th anniversary football season is off and running. We sure hope you are planning to participate. William & Mary, Williamsburg, Va.: October 11. Class headquarters at the Hospitality House Motor Inn. Cocktails, dinner, a
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article
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Class Notes
1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
I am pleased to report that despite a tremendous effort on the part of the class of 1955 to top our 25th reunion statistics, our class can still keep all the silver cups.
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Class Notes
1955
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WEBSTER WILDE JR.
Chairing the reunion had its effect on Bob Fanger he promptly left for Europe to climb Mt. Blanc! It was an exhilarating ten-day experience which I'm sure Bob would recommend, especially for any of us with a need to get away
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Class Notes
1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
Hey, look at our official 25th reunion symbol! Designed by Len Clark who, you can tell, is no downstream beer drinker. He is definitely from the high country. And '56 Out is no mere slogan. It is the call of the wild (and the
4719181_19801001_000126.xml
article
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Class Notes
1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
Autumn is here! We find ourselves at that annual turn in the calendar which seems to catch many of us off guard. Suddenly, we're looking back at a summer that has vanished but, I would expect, holds many pleasant memories of family
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article
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Class Notes
1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
I'd like to begin this first letter of the new school year with a welcome to the class of '84. Over the past few years I have been involved in interviewing prospective Dartmouth students and I have found them to be amazingly well-
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article
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
Dave Blake, one of the best known members of our class during our undergraduate days, has just been named dean of the College of Business Administration at Northeastern University in Boston.
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Class Notes
1962
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RICHARD J. GORDON, PH.D.
As I take the class secretarial reins from Jay Fritz, to whom we are all grateful, I would like to discuss some new policies for this column, as agreed on by the class officers. To avoid the frequent discussion of the activities of
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article
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Dave Dawley took me at my word when I asked in a column last spring whether or not the members of the class were happy. "That is really a question to keep us awake," he notes, adding that for himself he thinks he is, "and where
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Well, another fall is here and that brings football and more class news. I question the class officers' judgment in allowing me to take the secretarial job for another five years but I guess no one else wanted to make a fool of
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article
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Class Notes
1965
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ROBERT D. BLAKE
"This College's role has never been to train, but rather to educate, nurture, and stimulate. We learn to think and appreciate on our own."
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Class Notes
1966
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LAWRENCE J. GEIGER
We're turning the page and heading into our fifteenth year as your scribe, a unique and joyous vantage point from which we share the joys and the sorrows of the extended family which is the class of 1966. We are still, as a
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article
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
I trust everyone had a good summer albeit a hot one! I have changed jobs and decided to trade in bachelorhood for marriage. By the time you read this I will have moved to the new address noted above and have new phone numbers at
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article
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Class Notes
1969
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MARK C. SCHLEICHER
My, I thought the summer would just never end! I've been beside myself in anticipation of receiving all those "What I Did Last Summer" essays from all you '69s out there. . . . Nobody did nothin', I guess. So I'll fill you in on the
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
Hope that all of you had a fine summer. It certainly was glorious, though hot, in the New England area. The summer brought with it news from a number of you, for which I am grateful. The letters make clear that the hardest part
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among the items in the October mailbag is word that Jim Wood married Jean Carbo on May 4 in Boston. Mike Ross was best man. Other Dartmouth grads at the wedding included Jeff Wulfson, Rich Schwager '72, Ted Parent '72, and
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM C. SCHUR
The seasonal change brings the return of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE and an abundance of class news. Hope you enjoyed the summer and that your autumn is crisp and vigorous.
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Class Notes
1973
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MARK P. HARTY
As I write this column, Boston is enjoying the last smile of summer. The Pops have a new conductor and the Sox need a new manager. The Patriots hold out the promise of frustration while the Boston Globe rates Dartmouth as one
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Class Notes
1974
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WILLIAM B. CATER JR.
Fall has arrived, bringing with it crisp fall days, falling leaves, birds migrating, and another column for the class. News has been trickling in since early May, so that with a bit of luck, there will be enough until my regular
4719181_19801001_000141.xml
article
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Class Notes
1975
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DAVID L. DUNBAR
To me, from failing hand, Gib Palmer passed the pen; be mine to hold it high for five long years. Now that I've ruined In Flanders Fields, I want to establish several guidelines during this first regular column: Canadian jokes
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
Beginning of year five .... What have I done? Where are we going? Who will be the next green President? Stimulating questions, I know.
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
September's arrival inevitably obligates one to remember those many essays once written entitled "What I Did During My Summer Vacation." I can remember when the ten weeks of summer seemed like an unending period of freedom the
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article
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Class Notes
1978
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JEFF IMMELT
Alas, no more Roby. Who is left to sharpen my wit on? I've often considered that Pete is to mocking what a blocking sled is to offensive linemen. N-ow I have to quit taking cheap shots at Pete or he'll order some of his plebes to
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article
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Class Notes
1979
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RUSSELL R. CAMPION
In the inimitable words of my predecessor, "Hi, Gang!" As all of you know, the United States Army has come upon hard times. Being a man of conscience, Peter Roby decided to do his bit, so when you hear pleas on television for "a
4719181_19801001_000146.xml
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Class Notes
1980
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MICHAEL H. CAROTHERS
Q: So how goes the rat race? A: The rats are winning.
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article
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Article
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Statement of Ownership
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DENNIS A. DINAN, Editor
STATEMENT of ownership, management and circulation (required by 39 U.S.C. 3685).
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Clubs, Events, Places
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Heels, Wheels, and Water
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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(A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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Previews Inc.
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Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
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4719181_19801001_000174.xml
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ROGER CLARKSON, REALTOR
ROGER CLARKSON, REALTOR
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4719181_19801001_000175.xml
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HOTEL COOLIDGE
HOTEL COOLIDGE
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A. B. GILE CO.
A. B. GILE CO.
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4719181_19801001_000177.xml
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XENIA K. HEATON, REALTOR
XENIA K. HEATON, REALTOR
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4719181_19801001_000178.xml
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The Gardner Agency
The Gardner Agency
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4719181_19801001_000179.xml
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Chieftain Motel
Chieftain Motel
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4719181_19801001_000180.xml
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Webster Associates Realtors
Webster Associates Realtors
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4719181_19801001_000181.xml
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E. Partridge Replications
E. Partridge Replications
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4719181_19801001_000182.xml
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ERA
ERA
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4719181_19801001_000183.xml
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Classified
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4719181_19801001_000184.xml
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Vox
Vox
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Dana Cook Grossman
Vanity of Vanities
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MOUNTAINSIDE CONCEPTS
MOUNTAINSIDE CONCEPTS
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4719181_19801001_000186.xml
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Irving Trust Unique. Worldwide.
Irving Trust Unique. Worldwide.
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4719181_19801001_000187.xml