Issue: 19810301

Sunday, March 1, 1981
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David McLaughlin '54 The Fourteenth President
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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A Comeback Elsewhere
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Masthead
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ALUMNI MAGAZINE Dartmouth
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COVER David T. McLaughlin '54, shown attending commencement as chairman of the Board of Trustees, was named president of the College on February 22. The photograph is by Hathorn/Olson.
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER
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WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARP TO FIND
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Ward Amidon
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Imagining Beyond Limits
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Don Rosenthal '81
IT is snowing outside, and at the moment the tall, white-haired scholar sitting amid the piled paper, of her office is probably one of the few people in the Upper Valley who has a kind word for Air New England. She says she
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ERIC A. WALSER '68
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The Mortimer Berkowitz Company, Inc.
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Books
Reviews
Contradiction
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John S. Major
CONTINUING THE REVOLUTION: The Political Thought of Mao by John Bryan Starr '61 Princeton, 1979. 366 pp. $20, $5.95 paper
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Books
Reviews
Power Play
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Ian S. Lustick
THE ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR IN THE NEAR EAST: Great Power Conflict and Diplomacy in Iran, Turkey, and Greece. By Bruce Kuniholm '64 Princeton, 1980. 485 pp. Softcover, $10.50
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Dartmouth Authors
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Nelson M. Blake '30, Land into Water Water into Land: A History of Water Management in Florida. University Presses of Florida, 1980. 344 pp. The story is familiar. First there was too much: The first settlers who came to Florida in 1821
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The College
New Suits of Woes?
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An agreement has finally been reached between the College and the Hanover Review Inc., publisher of the weekly Dartmouth Review, over the use of the word "Dartmouth" in the newspaper's title. A long and sometimes antagonistic legal
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The College
Alumni Council Study
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To ascertain how well it is doing the job it professes to do, the Alumni Council is turning an introspective gaze on its own purposes and procedures and is soliciting comments and suggestions from other alumni.
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Article
The College
For Trustee The U.G.C.'s Choices
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Student hopes that the Board of Trustees will include alumni who have been part of a coeducational Dartmouth and could, presumably, represent a more youthful point of view have resulted in the Undergraduate Council's unsolicited
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The College
Employment Record
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In 1977, some five years into Dartmouth's formal affirmative-action program, Margaret Bonz, exuberance well under control, pronounced herself "generally satisfied with a lot of buts" over progress toward equitable employment
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The College
On the Students' Turf
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When Mike Colacchio '80 composes a poem, he presents it in style. For the presentation of one in particular, he donned long pink ears and a fuzzy white tail he already has a full beard of whiskers. The poem was dedicated to
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Give a Rouse for
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CARL E. McGOWAN '32, designated chief judge of the United States Circuit Court for the District of Columbia.
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Feature
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Conjuring Ethics in the Curriculum at Dartmouth
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Dan Nelson
DURING a recent conversation about the teaching of ethics at Dartmouth, an administrator at the College recounted an incident that occurred his freshman year, sometime in the late fifties: All freshmen were then required to
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Rich and tasty cabinetwork
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Shelby Grantham
In 1968, Dartmouth inherited a clock. Bequeathed in memory of Carl Seth Hoskins '94, it was an old clock, a grandfather, with a case made of cherry and a hand-painted dial bearing the legend "Alvan Hastings, Bath, N.H." With the clock
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Cover Story
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The Fourteenth President
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M.B.R.
When mathematician-philosopher John Kemeny became Dartmouth's 13th president, he anticipated that his first major preoccupations would be student unrest and coeducation. But these issues, he recalled at midpoint of his
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The Club of Eight
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With a new man in the Wheelock Succession, Harvard President Derek Bok, in office since 1971, inherits from John Kemeny the longevity cup for the Ivy League. When Dartmouth's McLaughlin is inaugurated in June, he will become
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The Undergraduate Chair
The Breakers
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Patricia Berry '81
ORVILLE RODBERG has never been to Hanover. Mention Dartmouth, however, and he'll see green, all right. Orville is a real estate agent, and he's been housing Dartmouth undergraduates for years in some of the more meager
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Sibling Harmony
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Brad Hills '65
SWIMMING at Dartmouth has become a family affair, and it frequently leaves coach Ron Keenhold scratching his head. "In my 20 years at Dartmouth, two brothers on the same team would be something. Having three sets of siblings on
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Sports
Big Green Teams
One Rolling, One Skidding
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Brad Hills '65
The women's basketball team continued to roll along to a possible second straight Ivy League title, but the men's team hit the skids after its best start in years. "We're right on target," says women's coach Chris Wielgus,
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Undefeated
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Brad Hills '65
Coach Aggie Kurtz started her squash team basically from scratch four years ago. Five or six of the women had never played squash before. Others had only scattered experience. This year, however, the team was undefeated through
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Near Things
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Brad Hills '65
CLOSE decisions continue to plague the men's hockey team, which is not likely to repeat last year's third-place finish in the N.C.A.A. championships. Heading into the final month of play, the Big Green lost 5-4 to Yale, 2-1 to
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Big Green Teams
The Records
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Brad Hills '65
(through February 5) BASKETBALL Women (12-5) Men (8-7) HOCKEY Women (7-4) Men (6-12) TRACK Women (4-1) Men (5-1) SQUASH Women (8-0) Men (3-3) SWIMMING Women (3-4) Men (4-3) GYMNASTICS
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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WALTER F. FURMAN
Porter Weber Lowe, a most loyal member of the class of 1908, died at La Jolla, Calif., November 17, 1980. He was born February 25, 1887. The greatly depleted class sends its sincere sympathy to the family.
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Class Notes
1910
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KAREN EASTMAN GALLEY
The Class of 1910 has not really lost a secretary; it has gained a spouse. Early in December I received a letter from Karen Eastman saying that she was to be married to an old friend of hers and Whitney's with whom they had
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
For the edification of those who live in warmer climes, the month of January in the Boston area was the coldest in 61 years.
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Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
Your secretary would like to report on the leisure activities of classmates, accomplishments of grandchildren and attractiveness of great-grandchildren, but such information has not come, and we can only comment on the
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Class Notes
1915
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MRS. CHARLES W. COMISKEY
The new year started off with a bang for Earl Clough, who celebrated his 90th birthday January first. Marion Morhouse gave a surprise bash for him at the Norwich Inn, and roughly 25 attended. Ruth Crance and Elvie O'Hara
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
65 years ago this month we had passed our midyear exams and were looking toward the coming final exams somewhat apprehensively. We did manage to squeeze in a bit of relaxation by carving our initials on each others' senior
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Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
It is February 1 as this is being written and typed by your class secretary (even if it is Sunday, a day on which he swore he would not do a thing about anything except what he wanted to do and would enjoy). The worst of it is
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Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
Ed and Clara Felt spent Christmas with daughter Judy in San Diego.
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Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
I had lunch recently with President Nick Sandoe. He had just returned from a Christmas holiday on the Pacific Coast visiting his son. He plans to go back again in March to attend a wedding of a grandson. Incidentally, Nick has
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
The Carters have arrived at their new abode in Norwich Meadows across the Connecticut River from Dartmouth. These are busy times as we settle in for the winter. From our upstairs apartment we get a good view to the east and can
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Class Notes
1921
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JOSEPH B. FOLGER
It is a bit late to mention birthday parties of 1980, but reaching the age of 80 seems worthy of comment even as late as March 1981. Ten years ago there were 25 surviving classmates who were born in 1900, three in 1901. A larger
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
As parents of wedding couples have often learned, making up lists can be a hazardous chore. "How did we ever forget the one person who most surely should have been included?" And now your class scribe has slipped on the same
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
Letters from class widows are particularly welcome. Some come to me, others to Connie. Bettye Sollitt writes: "I do see and have contact with various members of the class. The Metzels are specially close to us and are also my
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
Lee Harwood writes from Charleston, S.C., that they spent the summer in Bermuda and Newport but are now at home in Charleston, making frequent business trips to New York. The Amelungs traveled last summer in Europe, visiting
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
Larry Leavitt, one of our leaders in undergraduate days and ever since, is now our chairman. We quote Bob Borwell's letter to members of the executive committee: "Upon the untimely death of Charlie Moore, our chairman, I, as
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
A shingle still hangs over the door at 1 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, where Ross Welsh continues to practice, law. Recently, in true 1926 style, after first losing a case in trial court, and again in appellate court, he finally
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Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
It's still only mid-January (can you believe it) as we sit down to pen these words beginning with thanks to the many classmates who sent holiday greetings to Ruth and to me last month.
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
Art and Jessie Hassell left for a vacation in Mexico January 22. Just before Christmas they returned from a month in Florida at Ponte Vedia and Deerfield Beach. Art says: "It's been one super year, again, for us."
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
It's not supposed to snow much on Cape Cod, but last week we had another foot and were happy to see it over zero by ten a.m. It looked like another slow month for news. Two cards had come back, one saying, "No longer here." The
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
Fred and Priscilla Bowes recently welcomed Al and Esther Marsters to New Canaan, Conn., their new summer home. Their winter home is Naples, Fla., the sunbelt state that has attracted some 20 per cent of our classmates either
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
The only '31ers we saw at the Princeton game in November were Bill and Edna Wilson. Bill gave us a 24-page booklet entitled Twenty New Ways To Help Our Colleges. It contains outstanding entries from the Annual Awards Program for
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
Before I left for New Zealand last December 26 we had a good meeting at the Ft. Lauderdale Dartmouth Club, where three other classmates were present. Bob McConnochie had just arrived from California in his motor home after
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Class Notes
1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
Dick Goldthwait, a summertime resident of Wolfboro, N.H., sent me a fascinating article from the December 3 issue of the Granite StateNews. The picture of Roland and Connie Burbank, accompanying these notes, appeared with that
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Class Notes
1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
These class notes, understandably, pay most of their attention to the more active and vocal elements of our great class. This time let's spend an opening minute with a few who haven't been seen or heard from in a long time but
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Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
More and more the successes of our children seem to make up the class news that gets our attention.
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
Each year the John H. Davis Trophy is awarded to the class and head agent achieving the largest dollar total in a non-reunion year in the Alumni Fund drive. For 1980 the winners were the class of 1936 and its head agent Bob Fernald.
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1937
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ROBERT C. BANK.ART
We have lost another loyal and dedicated classmate. Bill Sayre died of a heart attack en route home from his office on December 30. He will be very much missed at our reunions.
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1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
The lead paragraph of an article datelined Conway, N.H., in the December 14 Portland, Me., Telegram read, "One of New Hampshire's all-time schoolboy coaching greats will be honored with the dedication December 20 of Kennett High
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1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
Since our last we have lost two of our number and the Loving wife of a third. Doc (Gramp) Rehor died suddenly of a massive coronary on November 26, and Alan Davidson did not rally from triple by-pass surgery and succumbed on
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Class Notes
1940
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RICHARD J. GOULDER
It's a cold one out there tonight! As I write I would like to believe that I was in front of the great fireplace at the D.O.C. house once again, warmed by the glowing logs, taunted by the tongues of flame, and savoring the aroma of
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1941
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ROBERT W. HARVEY
LIFE BEGINS AT THE FORTIETH! June 15-18, 1981
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Class Notes
1942
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ROBERT F. KIRK
There's a rumor up here that spring is just around the corner, but my skis remain in the ready position while the Burpee seeds are on hold. We continue to hold informal class meetings at Thompson Arena hockey games and those in
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
Nice to hear evidence that the Class Notes have a readership. On seeing the comments by Bill Sweeney in a recent issue, Jim Mullins called us while visiting New York briefly in his capacity as eastern credit manager for the
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
Yup, that was, indeed, our Jay McMullen narrating "The Toyota Invasion" TV special on C.B.S. January 29, a show which the New York Times reviewer said "adds yet another substantial credit to Jay McMullen's record."
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Class Notes
1945
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AUSTIN B. WASON
At the Alumni Fund Head Agents Weekend back in November, John Leggat was one of the retiring head agents to be awarded the Chairman's Citation. John, who has since moved on to the class presidency, presides over a group which
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Class Notes
1946
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DUNCAN M. FITCHET
Belatedly, here is a report that Bill Augello was honored by the 8,000 member Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity, Inc. as its Transportation Man of the Year during its meeting last October. Bill was honored by his peers
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
A letter such as the one received from Bob Herrick in La Jolla makes your secretary's job a pleasure which more than offsets the occasional frustration involved in writing about one's classmates when there just isn't any hard news.
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Class Notes
1949
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VAIL K. HAAK JR.
The natural beauty of a Hanover winter was again revealed to Barbara and me as we pushed our cross-country skis around the Dartmouth golf course. Participating in the D.O.C. annual cross-country ski clinic, we joined some 150
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
Cold. Bitter cold. Not the bright, glistening cold of the north country, but damp cold and windy cold. And no snow, except a touch, a token blanket, lingering in the cold. The gray of January is not the blue gray of the season but
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Class Notes
1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
By now you should have received a couple of mailings from the reunion committee. Herm Christensen and his able assistants are putting together a great four days with something for everyone. It promises to be a memorable event,
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Class Notes
1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
In the doldrums of winter it's nice to get good news from our classmates especially when I've had so little news at all this month. Unfortunately, there's both good news and bad news.
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Class Notes
1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
In spite of the balmy weather there is still plenty of cross-country skiing at Devil's Thumb Ranch in Fraser, Colo. The second annual 1953 Families and Friends Ski Reunion is still scheduled for March 17-23. If you have any
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Class Notes
1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
First of all, a big apology to Jack Blum, Joe Lowe, and Steve Mullins who were at the Williamsburg reunion but not mentioned in the last big column. Good grief. . . . Dr. Jack Blum came all the way from San Diego, while Joe Lowe
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Class Notes
1955
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WEBSTER WILDE JR.
The publicity given to Dr. John Porvaznik and Dan Musser in this column recently has obviously helped them earn even wider recognition. John, who has been serving Indian tribes in the Southwest, was recently the recipient of
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Class Notes
1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
"The reunion is coming, the reunion is coming," shouted Cube Conroy as he galloped into the meeting room at the New York Yale Club astride his gray mare "Eleazar." Wearing a loin cloth made of beaver pelts, Cube opened the
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Class Notes
1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
Thanks to responses (both solicited and unsolicited) your secretary has news from across the U.S.A. and from beyond its shores.
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Class Notes
1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
Ted Johanson has been elected a member of Guy Gannett Publishing Company's eightmember board of directors. Ted, who resides in Brunswick, Maine, is president and chief executive officer of Falcon Shoe Manufacturing Company of
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Class Notes
1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
Spence Morgan is happy to report that his daughter Jill has had an early decision from Dartmouth and will be in the class of '85. His wife Diana has become the aerobic-dancing area coordinator for southern New Jersey, where
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Class Notes
1962
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RICHARD J. GORDON, PH.D.
It is with great sorrow that I report the death of Gene Wright, who died last September of renal cancer. Gene came to Dartmouth from Sheridan, Wyo. At the College, he was a member of Phi Tau fraternity and the varsity track
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Class Notes
1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
Mike Cardozo ducked quickly into the newsstand at the Connecticut Avenue Metro stop to pick up the new issues of Time and Newsweek covering the final week of January. Both showed pictures of the former hostages returning from
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Class Notes
1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Greetings people. I am back with the news. Let me dispense with the lesser news first. Ronald Reagan was elected president. His vice president is George Ba-Ba-Buush! I am sure you men out there are elated at hearing the news.
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Class Notes
1965
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ROBERT D. BLAKE
"Who gossips to you will gossip of you." (Turkish proverb)
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Class Notes
1966
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RICK MAC MILLAN
Spring is in the air and, like clockwork, the appeal for the Alumni Fund campaign has gone out. Our class effort is off to a good start with 40 per cent of the $50,000 goal pledged by the end of January. In the mailings made early
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Class Notes
1967
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CLEMSON N. PAGE, JR.
A lot of you sent news along with your class dues to Jeff and Pamm Zimmerman, and Pamm was kind enough to pass the news items along to me. So much for griping about the lack of news at least for this issue. I've attempted to
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
For those of you in and around the Big Apple, a monumental steel sculpture exhibition should still be in place on the Robert Moses Plaza of Fordham University, just south of Lincoln Center. The sculptor is none other than
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Class Notes
1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
Achievements come in various forms. Certainly one of the most remarkable and fascinating that I have come across in the five years of writing this column is the recent triumph of Doug "Mad Dog" Fox. Each year at Kapiolani Park,
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
In this month's mailbag: Bob Milbert reports that Tom and Susan Pugh (Colby '7O) had their second child, Douglas, last September 29. Their daughter Aimee is eight years old.
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM C. SCHUR
Spring is edging its way up to the Midwest, and with it comes a wave of class news. Don't forget our reunion (June 19-21) and the Alumni Fund. Head class agent Dick White requests that we consider doubling our individual gifts
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Class Notes
1973
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MARK P. HARTY
I've received some interesting news from classmates across the country during the past few months, so without any further excuses, let's get on with it.
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Class Notes
1975
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DAVID L. DUNBAR
Greetings from the dregs of winter. I assume that one of the New Year's resolutions adopted by many classmates was to write me more often with news for the column. The mailbag runneth over with letters this month. Dr. Dan Skorich
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
The notice reminding this relayer that the '76 notes were overdue was a fatal blow! With my head aching and my inkwell dry, these relayings promise to be brief. Dave Dunbar '75, how are you doing?
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
The best news of the month arrived the other day from Hanover. At Head Agents Weekend back in November, Betsy Fauver, Brian Deevey, and the entire class of 1977 received the Charles J. Zimmerman Award for achieving the highest
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Class Notes
1978
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JEFF IMMELT
Al Haig slammed down the phone in digust. As if he didn't have enough problems Iran, Russia, Senator Tsongas, licorice jelly beans. He pressed a button with the number seven on it. "Cap, we have a problem. No, it's not the
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Class Notes
1979
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RUSSELL R. CAMPION
Since I was delinquent in submitting my last missive, you may rest assured that this one will be a real peach.
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Class Notes
1980
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MICHAEL H. CAROTHERS
Tales From the Crypt, Chapter V: Did you hear that Exxon and Ex-Lax were preparing to merge? Yup, and it seems all systems were go until the S.E.C. caught wind of the proposed slogan, "Gas or no gas, we keep you going."
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise listed ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, 2nd Thursday, L'Auberge Restaurant on Broadway (opposite Trailways Terminal downtown) CAPE COD, last Tuesday, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis CENTRAL VT.,
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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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