Issue: 19810501

Friday, May 1, 1981
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Inside: FOOTBALL APPLICATIONS
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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COVER What a difference a turret makes: Wilson Hall, approaching the ripe age of 100, as reflected in the glass facade of Hopkins Center, a campus landmark for not quite two decades. Now the home of the College Museum and
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TENNIS VACATIONS
TENNIS VACATIONS
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Dark Chapter
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ARTCARVED COLLEGE RINGS
ARTCARVED COLLEGE RINGS
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Peter Island
Peter Island
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER
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Campion's
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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CANEEL BAY
CANEEL BAY
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DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
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ONCOLOGY IN THE EIGHTIES
ONCOLOGY IN THE EIGHTIES
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The Dartmouth Reuiew
The Dartmouth Reuiew
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SUMMER TENNIS COMES TO DARTMOUTH!
SUMMER TENNIS COMES TO DARTMOUTH!
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THE ANNOUNCES NEW CHINA PROGRAM
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Incomparable
Incomparable
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WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARP TO FIND
WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARP TO FIND
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THE CHEBEAGUE INN
THE CHEBEAGUE INN
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The Lake House at Lake Fairlee
The Lake House at Lake Fairlee
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Gordon Martin Ltd.
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Ward Amidon
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POST MILLS AIRPORT
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Farrington's on Lake Kezar
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Bonnie Oaks Resort
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WEARERS OF THE GREEN
Mind for Adventure
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Don Rosenthal '81
WHEN an engineer with a grant to study Incan construction techniques in the Peruvian highlands asked Chauncey Loomis to tag along and take pictures, Loomis probably didn't realize that his response would lead to a lifetime of
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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
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VIKING TRAVEL INC.
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Decor International
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E. PARTRIDGE REPLICATIONS
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The Quechee Inn
The Quechee Inn
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Books
Reviews
Whale of a Man
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Peter C. Grenquist '53
WAYWARD REPORTER: The Life of A. J. Liebling by Raymond Sokolov Harper & Row, 1980. 354 pp. $16.95
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Books
Reviews
Preserving the Nation
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Rowena Reed
WAS WAR NECESSARY? National Security and U.S. Entry Into War by Melvin Small '60 Sage Publications, 1980. 304 pp. $8.95
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Books
Reviews
Courting Catastrophe
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Frederick J. Hooven
ENERGY AND SECURITY: A Report of Harvard's Energy and Security Research Project Edited by David Deese '70 and Joseph Nye Bollinger, 1980. 489 pp. $14.95
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Books
Reviews
Assessing the Assessors
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Richard Winters
POLLS: Their Use and Misuse in Politics by Charles W. Roll and Albert H. Cantril '62 Seven Locks Press, 1980. 177 pp. $5.95
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Article
Dartmouth Authors
Dartmouth Authors
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Robert Paulson '45, BM/E's ENG/EFP/EPP Handbook. Broadcast Management Engineering, 1980. 300-plus pp. A guide to electronic newsgathering, electronic field production, and electronic post production for the 1980s. Subjects covered
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SKUNK HOLLOW TAVERN
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Country Cooking With a Continental Hair
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Duke's
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The College
Great Issues, Etc.
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Without even thinking about the extent to which news reported in the student press does or does not reflect the concerns of students, we gathered together about a month's worth of the daily Dartmouth on the assumption that a
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19,20,21
Article
The College
Campaigning
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April, said the poet, is the cruelest month, and this April has been crueler than most in this town and at this College. Along with last snows and first tentative green-up came an unprecedented blossoming of vituperation as
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Article
The College
Trustee Meeting
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John Kemeny characterized the regular April meeting of the Board of Trustees as something new - for a change it was, he said, calm and unhurried. It was Kemeny's next-to-last session with the group and for Richard D. Hill '41 it
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The College
A Guy Named Joe
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In a tribute written long after his death, a writer for The Dartmouth called Joseph Anthony Dallet '27 "the first Dartmouth man killed in World War II." He died October 17, 1937, near Sargossa, Spain an officer of the Abraham
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Give a Rouse for
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J. LAMSON KERINS '40, named president of Reynolds Aluminum Corporation in Germany.
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Feature
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Once King and Future President
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David Shribman
David McLaughlin: he hardly ever left
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The People's Choice
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R. L. A.
No one is quite sure why they call him "King." Perhaps it is because he is pinned to the campus Queen at the University of North Carolina that would seem reason enough. The young lady (we didn't get her name) was disturbed
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The Last of the Liberals?
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Frank B. Wilderson
James I. Loeb
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Telling Another's Tale
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Gregory Rabassa
The seeking the option of the snake
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The Undergraduate Chair
And the Slug
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Patricia Berry '81
IN the journal kept as part of our Dartmouth Outward Bound experience an entry reads:
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Sports
Big Green Teams
The Club Set
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Brad Hills '65
ABOUT a third of Dartmouth's 4,000 undergraduates participate in sports at the intercollegiate level. These students are members of the College's 29 varsity, junior varsity, and freshman teams. They are not the only wearers of
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Sports
Big Green Teams
The Records
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Brad Hills '65
(through April 15) LACROSSE Men (3-0) Women (2-3) CREW Men's Heavyweight (0-1) Men's Lightweight (0-1) Women (0-1) BASEBALL Men (1-10) TENNIS Men (5-10) Women (1-2) GOLF Men (1-1) TRACK
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Following the Sun
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Brad Hills '65
DARTMOUTH teams moved to warmer climates to prepare for the spring campaign. The Big Green men's lacrosse team practiced for ten days in Bermuda and then defeated Yale and Boston College in its first two outings. The baseball
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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KAREN EASTMAN GALLEY
Maria Arnold Barrett, daughter of Arnold L.Barrett, informed us that her father passed away February 2. She wrote, "As you probably remember, Mother passed away this past summer following major cancer surgery. At any rate, Dad
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Class Notes
1911
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ARTHUR G. WINSHIP
In the October issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE we reported the death of Mrs.Charles W. Bowker Jr. in July of 1980. In January of 1981 we received an apparently belated change-of-address notice for her from the Alumni Records Office,
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Class Notes
1914
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HERBERT S. AUSTIN
Early this year the Valley News ran a feature article on Carroll Edson. Condensing it considerably, we report that it concerns his lifelong involvement in Boy Scouting. Our graduation coincided with the establishment of this youth
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Class Notes
1915
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MRS. CHARLES W. COMISKEY
Al Bull recently gave a few lessons to Dale Barker and Paul Rothery on the art of playing shuffleboard. As is their custom, Joanne and Paul Rothery drove from Naples to Lake Worth for their annual get-together reunion dinner.
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Class Notes
1916
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PAUL F. GOWARD
A collection is being made of snapshots of all living members of the class for display at the 65th reunion. As they are received they will be mounted and labeled.
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Class Notes
1917
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ALDEN G. VAUGHAN
Although this bit of secretarial effort will not be out until sometime in May, it does not seem out of place to urge the Class of 1917 to increase its participation and monetary value in the 1981 Alumni Fund, the Campaign for
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Class Notes
1918
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THOMAS B. R. BRYANT
Again your secretary nears the MAGAZINE deadline with little to relate. First Bill Ryan of Wilton, Conn., writes, "We all appreciate the good work you are doing, and I for one wish I had something interesting to report."
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Class Notes
1919
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EDWARD E. MARTIN
A note from Helen Berry addressed to Spider reported that Jack Berry had had a very serious fall late in January, which, although no bones were broken, resulted in internal injuries which put him in the hospital for a spell. Helen
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Class Notes
1920
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WILLIAM A. CARTER
Last January 31, Sherm Adams, our new president, F. G. Moulton, chair of the nominations committee (set up at our June 1980 reunion), Bud Weymouth, newsletter editor, and your secretary convened at the Norwich Inn to discuss
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Class Notes
1921
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RAY MALLARY
You will be reading this column in the May issue, and by the time that the June issue is in your hands, you will have returned from our 60th reunion. Therefore this communication will attempt to erect a "Stop, Look, and Listen"
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Class Notes
1922
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LEONARD E. MORRISSEY
Dartmouth oldtimers are always elated when they walk out through the tunnels of the Yale Bowl after a Big Green football victory. They have enjoyed that felicity 21 times in the Bowl, but rarely more enthusiastically than after the
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Class Notes
1923
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WALTER C. DODGE
In answer to a query from Bob MacMillan, Charlie Zimmerman has offered some very wise and timely comments on the election of College Trustees. Charlie will share his thoughts with any of you who are interested.
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Class Notes
1924
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DANA P. BENT
We are indebted to Cap Palmer for a clipping from the Carefree Enterprise, which prints news for and about the people of Carefree, Ariz. The heading of the article is as follows: "James Reid knew where he wanted to go and has
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Class Notes
1925
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H. DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD
A couple of months ago we reported that Dutch Schroedel had received an honorary award from the heavy construction industry in which he spent his active career. Now he has been elected a Sylvanus Thayer Fellow, one of 23 so
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Class Notes
1926
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H. DONALD NORSTRAND
The fourth annual 1926 Florida luncheon with 30 attending was a fitting prelude to our 55th reunion in Hanover. Don Church and HubHarwood masterminded this great addition to the class agenda that provides the opportunity for
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Class Notes
1927
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ERWIN B. PADDOCK
Greetings:
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Class Notes
1928
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OSMUN SKINNER
"C. C." Hart of Shawnee Mission, Kans., has established a record for the number of '28 grandchildren to be accepted at Dartmouth. Mark Hart, son of John '58 of East Lansing, Mich., will be entering Dartmouth in September. Last
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Class Notes
1929
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HAROLD C. RIPLEY
We proudly report that Johns Hopkins awarded Maury Mandelbaum its Doctor of Humane Letters Degree with this citation: "Your masterly explorations of the history of modern philosophy are praised for their breadth of vision and
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Class Notes
1930
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CHARLES V. RAYMOND
In March, a pleasant visit with the Dick Bowlens in Walpole. Dick probably is our most active downhill skier, roaming the Green Mountains, introducing several grandchildren to the sport, and acquiring fee concessions on most lifts
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Class Notes
1931
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JOHN S. WEATHERLEY
Remember what it was like to be a freshman in the thirties? Here is an excerpt from a vintage Dartmouth Hand-Book to help jog your memory:
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Class Notes
1932
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ADRIAN A. WALSER
A Washington D.C. bulletin from the public information office of the Supreme Court of the United States announces that "Chief justice Warren E. Burger declared on January 14 that the Honorable Carl McGowan was designated as
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Class Notes
1933
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CARL E. RUGEN
In its newsletter for March, Campaign For Dartmouth gave Jud Pierson a whole column and even a new title, "Hanover Superstar." The article detailed all the work he has done for the campaign since it started in 1978. He is area
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Class Notes
1934
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MARTIN J. DWYER JR.
Florida has become the number one locale for '34 mini-reunions. Mac Collins reports on one at his house on Siesta Key, featuring Artand Geri Grimes and Perry Gilbert, whose wife Claire was in Ithaca visiting the kids and grandkids.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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RICHARD D. MUZZY
A class secretary is always happy to receive news of classmates to share through his column with the rest of the Dartmouth world. Many of you have responded to my recent appeal with cards and letters, for which my sincere thanks!
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Class Notes
1936
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PAUL B. LYNCH
A gala group of classmates and spouses assembled at the diggings of Jerri and Ray Builter in Fairfield, Conn., towards the end of March. The ostensible reason for the gathering was a meeting of the selection committee in respect to
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Class Notes
1937
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ROBERT C. BANKART
The title of the editorial in the Connecticut newspaper The Advocate was "Dave Camerer and Mayhem." Sounded reasonably normal, and we knew he wrote articles for them, so we read on to find out what direction the Light Brigade
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Class Notes
1938
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JAMES A. BRIGGS
It's always a pleasure and a privilege when these notes can serve as the medium for conveying word of a tribute paid to a classmate for outstanding achievement.
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Class Notes
1939
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RICHARD S. JACKSON
This pen-and-ink sketch of Baker and Webster was rendered by Whit Cushing, who sent it along suggesting that it might alleviate the look of "uninspired dreary sameness" in class notes. In the same theme, Whit suggests that
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Class Notes
1940
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RICHARD J. GOULDER
As the deadline approaches for this month's column, I find myself with a woefully short supply of fresh communications to become the keystone for interesting reading. Once more, let me beg, plead, and cajole you to action, with
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Class Notes
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
I've been monitoring an advanced math course during the winter and one of the formulas seems to be most timely: 0 (nu's) in = 0 (nu's) out
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Class Notes
1943
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HERBERT L. MARX JR.
Warning! This column will not be dangerous to your health because it will be concerned exclusively with the physicians in the class. You will recall that Bud Clarke sent us a group of first-year medical school photos of classmates,
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Class Notes
1944
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FREDERICK L. HIER
First on our list of items for last month's column was a visit with Joan and Eric Barradale, but somehow I started writing on page two and they got left out. And you can't leave the Barradales out of anything, believe me. They are
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Class Notes
1945
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AUSTIN B. WASON
Someone is living in my post office box. I haven't met the fellow yet, but his name is Occupant; and from time to time he gets mail of his own. It is a fairly large and deep box, contracted for in expectation of my sudden
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Class Notes
1946
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DUNCAN M. FITCHET
Bob Heussler, our newsletter editor, was back in the Upper Valley recently on a vacation break from his teaching duties at S.U.N.Y. in Geneseo, N.Y. He owns a large spread with sweeping mountain views in nearby Strafford, Vt.,
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Class Notes
1947
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PHILIP A. SEGAL JR.
It is said that a good liberal-arts education, particularly at Dartmouth, prepares one.for a lifetime of accomplishment in a variety of endeavors, both civic and business. This point was called to mind as I was looking over the
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Class Notes
1948
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FRANCIS R. DRURY JR.
By the time this is read spring will be well in hand in Hanover. Those sparkling days of the white walls of Dartmouth Row contrasting against the bright blue skies above will be noted by today's students, and even more by returning
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Class Notes
1949
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VAIL K. HAAK JR.
Many of you, I suspect, were pleased to read the article by "Outdoors" writer Nelson Bryant '46 on the D.O.C. in the March 29 issue of the New York Times. After several years of bad press it is refreshing to read that "the college's
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Class Notes
1950
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JACQUES HARLOW
Spring comes in many ways. Some note the first robin; others, the earthy smell of a warm, sun-teased day; still others, a soft April rain devoid of chill. My sign is the forsythia's bloom. The yellow glow this year tinged our
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1951
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HENRY NACHMAN JR.
By the time you read this column you should be packing your bags in preparation for our gala 30th reunion. Amy and I are looking forward to it and hope to see most of you at the festivities. A vote of thanks goes to Herm
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1952
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CHARLES N. BLAKEMORE
I think it's time for me to retire. I was thinking about volunteering for further duty in this job but it gets harder and harder to find enough to fill a column.
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1953
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RICHARD J. BLUM
For all the mail that pours out of Hanover, there is very little flowing back the other way. As a result, my cupboard is very bare. Please send some news.
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Class Notes
1954
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JOHN L. GILLESPIE
Please take a good look at the full-page ad that appears adjacent to the football ticket application forms in this month's ALUMNI MAGAZINE. It gives details about the first of the two big dinners this fall honoring President elect
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1955
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WEBSTER WILDE JR.
Last year we reported that Roger Young, now a 20-year veteran of the F.B.I., was elevated to inspector in charge of their Washington, D.C., public affairs office. Hardly having settled in, Roger has now received a further
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1956
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FREDERICK P. OMAN
25th Reunion June 18-21, 1981
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1957
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BENJAMIN C. BIXBY
The awesomely great class of 1957 will recognize its 25th year since being graduated from Dartmouth with a reunion June 14 through June 17, 1982. Do plan to be on hand for this get-together where we'll have some fun for every
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Class Notes
1958
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FRED LOUIS III
Let's hear it for air safety. We nearly lost two classmates in one accident last February. Coleman Colla reports the incident this way. His flight from San Jose to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif., crash landed.
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1959
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WILLIAM G. LONG
Tom Seessel writes from Hopewell, N.J., that he has had his own public-policy advisory and consulting firm since founding it in 1979. The firm is located in the Princeton area and clients include private corporations and foundations
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1960
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MELVILLE STRAUS
James D. Fox Jr., Ph.D., who is with the aerospace engineering department of the University of Colorado, is at the moment considering the possibility of reversing the westward migration if he and his spouse decide to take
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Class Notes
1961
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ROBERT H. CONN
Dick Beattie and Mike Kirst will be the next 1961 Fellows, spending a half-week on campus next fall, speaking to formal and informal groups of students and faculty.
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1962
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RICHARD J. GORDON, PH.D.
Lest any of us get too smug about our Ivy League background, let me recount the following conversation (while calling a classmate): Me: May I talk to Dr., this is Mr. Gordon. It's in regard to some Dartmouth College business.
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1963
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DAVID R. BOLDT
The really big news this week is the appointment of John Lehman of Greenwich, Conn., as reunion chairman. He's started planning for next June and so should you.
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1964
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ALEXANDER D. VARKAS JR.
Greetings, people. I have some news that will evoke a "Wah-hoo-wah!" from a few, an "All right!" from a few more, a "So what?" from even more, and an "Oh, no! The Greek has created another motor mouth" from most. On April first,
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1965
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ROBERT D. BLAKE
Teddy Roosevelt once said: "The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people."
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Class Notes
1966
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RICK MAC MILLAN
I can easily explain why there has been a dearth of mail for this column: The address at the head of the column has been wrong for the last three months. It should read 884 Pueblo Drive, Franklin Lakes, N.J., not 984 Pueblo
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1967
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CLEMSON N. PAGE, JR.
That every surviving member of the Dartmouth class of 1967 could have broken his writing hand in the same month is just too much of a coincidence. Therefore, I assume that only some of you have broken your writing hands. The
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Class Notes
1968
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DAVID LORING
Please note my new address and send your news!
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1970
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STEWART G. ROSENBLUM
There is interesting news once again this month. Chris Chesser has been named vice president in charge of production for Filmways Pictures, Inc. The chairman of the board, George Litto, in announcing Chris's appointment, had
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Class Notes
1971
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THOMAS G. JACKSON
Among this month's news is word that Rich and Pat Granfield recently returned to the United States after spending two years in Paris, where Rich was associated with the Paris office of Shearman and Sterling. Pat writes: "During
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Class Notes
1972
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WILLIAM G. SCHUR
Spring will be a busy time for '72s our reunion is June 19-21 and the Alumni Fund is in high gear. Send your reunion reservations to Bob Kirkpatrick and your response to the Alumni Fund appeal to Hanover. Now the news:
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1973
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MARK P. HARTY
It may seem like a distant time and place or only yesterday but almost 12 years ago we marched to matriculation on the Hanover Plain. A motley crew. An uneasy time for the College and the nation: Nixon, Vietnam. And there was
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1974
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WILLIAM B. CATER JR.
News in the form of corporate press announcements arrived in the box this month. Connecticut Life Insurance Company sends word that Glenn Burdick has been appointed assistant investment officer, planning and support department,
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1975
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DAVID L. DUNBAR
It's time to dig deep into the mailbag and pull out a few items that have been languishing in the darkness for a while. Some of the news is a bit dated, but none of it is irrelevant and all of it is fascinating.
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Class Notes
1976
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GREGORY F. CRONIN
As this relayer prepares this month's offerings, a drop of fresh mail brings "news from the north," sent along by an Alaskan who won't make the reunion, Dick Monkman.
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Class Notes
1977
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LINDSAY LARRABEE GREIMANN
There is a wide assortment of news from all over the country this month. The recent class newsletter served as inspiration and, consequently, the notes have been pouring in.
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Class Notes
1978
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JEFF IMMELT
J.R.: Sue Ellen, what do you mean you want out? After all we have been through together, I thought that this time we had it made.
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Class Notes
1979
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RUSSELL R. CAMPION
Until I got my May issue of Ring Magazine I was a bit short of material on my charges, i.e., you. But, alas, after reading how Don King gets his hair to stand on end (he puts his hot comb in cold water while it's on), I found a real
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Class Notes
1980
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MICHAEL H. CAROTHERS
Tales from the Crypt, Chapter VII: If April showers bring May flowers, and May flowers bring pilgrims, what do my articles bring? Well, besides various ailments, they bring the end of the month. Check the calendar, kids. Yup,
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Unconventional Wisdom
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D.L.R.
What do Raquel Welch, Mrs. Miniver, and the Seven Healthy Life Habits have in common? Sam Shekel Private Eye, Ear Nose, and Throat might refer that mystery to the Silver Fox a.k.a. Raymond F. DeVoe Jr. '5O. DeVoe,
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Zero As An Answer
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Dartmouth does a thorough job of keeping tabs on the family: Only about 2,000 of the College's 40,000 alumni have lost themselves so completely that the Alumni Records Office has lost track of them. As far back as anyone can
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Clubs, Events, Places
Traditionally First
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We received the following report from Randy Atherton, Cornell '44, about Dartmouth's contribution to the 1980 Ivy/Ensenada Regatta, a prestigious Southern California sporting event for Ivy League alumni held in conjunction
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise listed Albany-Schenectady-Troy, 2nd Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call (518) 449-7188 Cape Cod, last Tuesday, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis Central VT., 3rd Thursday,
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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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