Issue: 19811001

Thursday, October 1, 1981
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
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Exile Narcissus: a suggestion for the eighties
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Co-op Christmas Suggestions
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Masthead
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Editor DENNIS A. DINAN '61
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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October 1981, Vol. 74, No. 2
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Gump's
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DARTMOUTH HATS
DARTMOUTH HATS
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4,6,7
Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Try It
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Audi: the art of engineering.
Audi: the art of engineering.
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U.S. Trust
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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The Hillwinds Shop
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Santa on The Green
Santa on The Green
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Article
Wearers of the Green
Wearers of the Green
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Nancy Wasserman '77
Providing a sense of place
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Peter Ilyitch Cchaikousky
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Southwick
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DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
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Auoia-Farum
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SRI LANKA
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Carroll Reed
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The Mortimer Berkowitz Company, Inc.
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Books
Reviews
Experiential Education
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Michael Colacchio '80
OUTWARD BOUND U.S.A.
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Books
Reviews
At-Variances
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R. H. R.
ROBERT FROST AND SIDNEY COX:
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Books
Reviews
Turning Pro: Undergraduate writers break into print
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Robert H. Ross '38
In one sense, at least, the Environmental Studies Program at Dartmouth must be the most professional in the country. The students in it. keep turning into professional writers. For example, last winter there were ten
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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Robert Heussler '46, British Rule in Malaya: The Malayan Civil Service and Its Predecessors, 1867-1942. Greenwood Press, 1981. 356 pp. The sixth volume of a series in which contemporary historians attempt to gain a clearer understanding
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THE MARK OF A BOOK LOVER
THE MARK OF A BOOK LOVER
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In the Wide, Wide World
In the Wide, Wide World
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Peter Smith
And Mensch
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Authors... LOOKING FOR A PUBLISHER?
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT
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Article
Undergraduate Chair
A Time Away
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Rob Eshman '82
JON writes from Istanbul. Billy and Lisa send me letters from Israel. Emmy writes, "Hi from Hungary." I hear Lydia is in Wales. Hendo is in Albuquerque, Susi's in France, and Lynn may be in Alaska. Doug could be anywhere. And
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OUR WEATHER OUTSIDE'S DELIGHTFUL.
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE
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Article
The College
The Beginning
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About three-quarters of the students and a larger-than-usual contingent of the faculty turned out for convocation last month. Attendance at the ceremony opening the College year has not always been regarded by upperclassmen as a
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The College
'85 Out
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The class of '85, having survived the rites of freshman trips, orientation week, and convocation, presumably is now savoring Paradise Lost and other entrees on the academic menu. But who is the class of '85?
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The College
Publishing Not Perishing
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Summer term was the setting for the birth pangs of what promises to be Dartmouth's seventh newspaper. (Maroon two Americans on a desert island, goes an old joke, and by morning one of them will have started a newspaper.)
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Article
The College
Cancer: Debits and Credits
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Continuing education got a shot in the arm this summer from a new kind of cancer conference hosted by the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. "It was like going back to medical school for us all," said Herbert Maurer of the
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Article
The College
An Imposing Cradle
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For decades it carried passengers and mail across the river to the old railroad station in Lewiston and Dartmouth athletic teams to local matches in Lebanon or Woodstock, Vermont the latter a threehour journey. Now the
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Give a Rouse for
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MAURICE H. MANDELBAUM '29, awarded an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Johns Hopkins University.
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Cover Story
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Just a suggestion, Mr. President: an agenda for the eighties
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WHEN David Thomas McLaughlin became the 14th president of Dartmouth, we decided it would be a good idea to ask a lot of different people what sort of advice they would give him if they had the chance, what issues they thought he'd be
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Feature
Alumni Album
Submariner
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M. B. R
On June 14 of this year, directly after commencement, James E. Randolph '81 was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserves, the first Dartmouth student in a decade to complete an R.O.T.C. program.
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Carlos Fuentes: Of isolation, of connection
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And that night you will talk with Major Gavilan in a whorehouse, with all your old comrades, and you will not remember what was said, or whether they said it or you said it, speaking with a cold voice that will not be the voice
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Sports
Sports
No Hurts, Please
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Brad Hills '65
YALE is favored to win its third consecutive Ivy League football championship. But Dartmouth head coach Joe Yukica isn't ready to throw the towel in yet. "Although we have key replacements to make in both the offense and
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Sports
Sports
Gene Pool
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Brad Hills '65
FOOTBALL is a family affair for several members of the Dartmouth team. There are two sets of brothers on this year's squad. Peter Lavery's 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown spearheaded Dartmouth's 28-24 comeback victory
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Sports
Sports
The Pros
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Brad Hills '65
THERE will be four Dartmouth alumni playing in the National Football League this year. Dave Shula and Jeff Kemp are the newest arrivals in the professional circuit. They will join former Big Green stars Reggie Williams '76, an
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1908
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Walter F. Furman
Like the crash of some mighty New Hampshire pine, which in so many ways he resembled, John "Rosie" Hinman has fallen. His end came on May 20. He died enshrined in the hearts of the many who knew him. An obituary will appear in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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Arthur G. Winship
Just over a year had passed since the class suffered any further loss in the diminished ranks of its surviving members. But that welcome interim was broken with the deaths of Charlie Jordan on June 18 and Hopper Allison on July
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Class Notes
1913
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Carl C. Forsaith
Our president Milt Aronowitz joined his ancestors on August 8, almost exactly a year since the last '13er, William Bronk, crossed the great divide. The class of 1913 owes a debt to a most efficient officer. He was the only
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
Marv and Marion Frederick spent the summer at their home in Galway, N.Y., and are about ready to pack up and return to New Jersey. Though crippled with arthritis, Marv doesn't miss much of the activities going on around him. Don
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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Paul F. Goward
It happened 1916 won the Green Derby in its group (classes of 1915-1919) in making 113 per cent of its quota in the 1981 Alumni Fund drive. Dan Dinsmoor and his assistant agents made a total of $20,458. How Burt Lowe would
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
One of the many ideas which our former President John G. Kemeny set forth was this one:"As society's issues and problems grow increasingly complex, so do the challenges grow for higher education's reaction. And if there can be
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Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
It was good to hear from some of our widows this summer.
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Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
Jim and Mary Davis are now at Carlisle, Mass., living in a house opposite to the one occupied by their son. With other relatives in the vicinity, I am sure they will be happy there. Stu Russell had a slight operation in August, which
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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William A. Carter
Seen under the elms in front of Baker Library for the inauguration of the College's new president in June were numerous 1920s and their wives. Names are omitted for fear of leaving someone out. It was a grand affair as the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
When the President of the United States phoned Dr. John Kemeny to chair the Three Mile Island investigation, Dr. Kemeny phoned Dave McLaughlin '54 (who then chaired the College's board of trustees) to ask if he should and could
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Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
When classmate John G. Kemeny '22ad relinquished the presidency of Dartmouth on June 28, it was a momentous occasion for our class. Never before and patently never again will a '22 classmate be president of Dartmouth. The
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
By the time you read these notes the summer will be long gone, Charlie Zimmerman will be lining up his loyal workers for 1982, and we in the North Country will be trying to figure out how to operate our newly-acquired woodburning
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Dana P. Bent
Summer is over and we look forward to the fall season with all its activities and the annual gathering of classmates in Hanover on the weekend of the William and Mary game (which will be a matter of history as these notes are
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald
Communications received during the summer
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Our senior classmate Gob Des Marais rose early (clocked at 6:00 a.m.) to thank the class for his birthday card, his letter saying, "Good morning! All is well in Rock Hill, S.C." His 8:00 a.m. class greeted teacher with a surprise
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Gus Cummings was the first and only one to take issue with the picture in our May column of a 1927-vintage Model T Ford which we attributed (with some doubt) to Jack Draper. Gus admits that he can't remember his license plate
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
Bill Marx has accepted the invitation of the class executive committee to serve as head class agent. He has been an able sub-agent and is familiar with the responsibilities. Curly Prosser had asked to be relieved of this job after
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Bill Griscom writes from Bridegport, Conn., that he has retired as treasurer of Fuller and Company (surveyors and engineers since 1867) and is enjoying life. Steve Stevens's widow Marjorie writes thanks for her subscription to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Richard. W. Bowlen
By the time this is published, most members of the class will have received and been saddened by the news of the death of Charlie Raymond, who has supplied these notes for so many years. His obituary appears elsewhere in this
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrill
There are a few echoes from our great 50th, as follows:
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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Adrian A. Walser
Alex Christie reported last May that he and wife Helen attended the graduation at West Point of their eldest grandson. More recently, we received another letter from Al stating that they were so impressed by the graduation exercises
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
Java good summer? If you've read it elsewhere, it still bears repeating '33 broke the record for Alumni Fund giving by a class 48 years out of college, with a total of $104,000. Eighty three per cent of our alumni contributed.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Richard. F. Gruen
As you know from the '34 newsletter, Marty Dwyer asked to be relieved as secretary for health reasons (emphysema is a tough antagonist), and our executive committee tagged me. My special qualification is that I live close to Marty
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
As I put this particular set of notes together in late August, I'll try to cover some of the things of interest to the Great Class of 1935 since you last heard from your secretary in June.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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Paul B. Lynch
If you have not done so already, be sure and mark the dates Monday, June 14, to Thursday, June 17, 1982, on your calendar. These are the dates for our 45th reunion (celebrated a year late), and a large turnout of classmates,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! Again, preparations are being made for the every-five-year Hanover gathering of the only class of 1937 Dartmouth will ever have! The early warning flag is waving to set aside June 14-17, 1982, when we
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1938
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James A. Briggs
It's still summer as these notes are being written, but it will be mid-fall when you read them and 1938's fall reunion will already have happened, and I'm sure it will have been great. Read all about it, with the names and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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Richar'd S. Jackson
John Dakin Horn died on July 20 after a short illness, which starts off this season of class notes on a negative theme. Dake had spent much of'his working life moving up the ladder in an executive capacity at New York's famed Lord
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
Hi again! As summer ebbs, the time arrives for ye sec to shake his lethargic ways and busy himself with the job at hand. With your help, this column can be really interesting.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
So our 40th is now history. As soon as the dates are set for the 45th, I'll let you know. Meanwhile:
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Class Notes
1942
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Robert F. Kirk
It must be the weather, but have you noticed what a short time there is between Memorial Day and Labor Day? I have another complaint, against the U.S. Postal Service, as it's obvious several letters from members of the great class
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Class Notes
1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
This begins my fifth year as your class secretary. Perhaps Feeney can tell me when I get
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62
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
There's no way I can get out of starting this column on a personal note. Our old roommate and fraternity brother, Bill McElnea, and wife Barbara, invited me and a very nice lady and Bob and Ann McLaughry for a ten-day cruise of
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Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. Wason
Post Office Box 39 is not only fairly large, as previously noted, but is also only about a foot above the floor. This necessitates an awkward position when wrist-wrestling with Occupant. I have finally become quite adept at this
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63
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
Freshman trips are starting as I write this, and among those who have been accepted to the class of 1985 are Peggy Engelhart, daughter of Paul and Jean Engelhart; Kristin Shute, daughter of Henry Shute; Tim Whipple, son of Dave and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1947
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Philip A. Segal Jr.
Again Frank Weber and his assistant class agents have done a fine job on the Alumni Fund drive, raising 107 per cent of our goal. After 30 years with Shell Oil, Frank retired on August 1. Knowing his zest and enthusiasm, I am sure
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64
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
As this is written, it is early September and Dartmouth's 211 th academic year is about to begin. The ninth-oldest college in the nation is once again seeing the ancient traditions of both autumn's and the student body's return to
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64
Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
Hats off to Head Agent Gordon Thomas and his tireless band of class agents, who eked out a close one. With a dollar objective of $68,000, they came up with $69,082. However, we fell 23 short of our participation goal of 350,
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
Vale . . . atque ave. Bad pennies, reputedly, keep turning up. So does this one, even after its fervent farewell last spring. For the next five years you will again have to contend with its news and views.
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Class Notes
1951
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J. David Wiggins
Rabbi William Leffler's memorial address for our 34 deceased classmates given at our 30th reunion dinner was so moving, I thought it would be most appropriate to paraphrase it here for the benefit of all our classmates who were
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66
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
As memories of our glorious 30th dim, we note once again the changing of the guard for the illustrious class of '52. Having read all the glowing reports of reunion, I regret not having been able to attend. And, as is usually the
4719181_19811001_000098.xml
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
Everything is pointing toward a record turnout for the Dartmouth Night weekend, October 24, when Cornell comes to Hanover. We've taken over the entire Norwich Inn. We've a class meeting there Saturday morning and a banquet
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67
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
This summer certainly disappeared in a hurry. I honestly can't remember a summer with so much activity. Despite hardly a drop of rain in the Northeast, our lawn survived. At least we only had to turn on an air conditioner one night
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
Thanks to Frank Chase, head agent, our class did remarkably well in contributing to this year's record Alumni Fund campaign. Especially after a 25 th reunion, the task was all the more difficult and gratifying 466 givers, or 66
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68
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
The feedback from our great 25th reunion continues. Each phone call or personal contact with a classmate invariably begins with two or three excited expletives which need not be deleted. Words like "fantastic," "meaningful," and
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68,69
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
On October 23-24, there will be a class minireunion in Hanover for Dartmouth Night and the Cornell game. There will be a class parade Friday night. Saturday's events feature a pregame keg at Dave Bradley's office, a post-game
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
Here's hoping everyone had a splendid summer. As for the William Longs, we enjoyed a week in Scotland, where we toured the west coast, followed by a week in southern Ireland. Our two children Katie, age 12, and Will, age 7
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Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
As the summer was drawing to a close, I decided to total up the ways I spent mine. It went as follows: 60, 40, 200, 70, 2, 600, 100½, these numbers reflecting hamburgers, franks, beers, tennis matches, Softball games, frenchfried
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
Hop Holmberg has agreed to chair our 20th reunion this June (which is, of course, really our 21st, but is scheduled that way so we can also see our friends in '62 and '63).
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72
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Class Notes
1963
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David R. Boldt
First, some old business. I had a nice note over the summer from Steve Macht, who reported the disappointing news that the critically-acclaimed The American Dream is not going to be made into a series by ABC this fall, as had been
4719181_19811001_000107.xml
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72
Class Notes
Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Hello again. Hope everyone had a great summer. I am sure most of you (especially the moms) are glad school is open so some semblance of peace and quiet is restored during the day. Nothing special to report personally from your
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Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
Fog-bound in Searsport, Maine, on board the schooner Mercantile out of Camden: That's my address as of this writing, as my wife and I have shipped out on one of the windjammer fleet for a week. I highly recommend it, fog and all!
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73
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Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
By the time you read this column, many of us who are fortunate (?) to live in the East will have met up with classmates at Briggs Cage and have swapped summer stories, anecdotes, and made "plans" to see each other at Carnival
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
With summer fast coming to a close and the glories of autumn just around the corner, it's time for me to begin assembling all the bits and pieces of news you've been passing along since June. To all of you who have responded to my
4719181_19811001_000111.xml
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74
Class Notes
Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
Welcome back and send your news! First of all, a big round of snaps for Head Agent John O'Shea and his entourage of class agents for a bang-up job on the Alumni Fund drive. Our class total was $41,696 109-7 per cent of goal. We
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
Just to get things started, I can report that Atwood Oceanics, Inc., a Houston, Texas-based international offshore drilling company, recently named our own James W. Ferguson to the posts of vice president, general counsel, and
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75
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
This month's mailbag brings word that Steve Haines completed his neurological residency last June and is enjoying a six-month AANS fellowship through December in Oxford, England, to study randomized clinical trials with Drs.
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75
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Happy fall to one and all. By the time you read this, our mini-reunion will have come and gone. Selected details will be divulged in this space next month. Our enlightened leader, Sheldon Prentice, has selected an executive
4719181_19811001_000115.xml
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Greetings. I trust that everyone had a pleasant summer and is enjoying the early fall season. It's been great in Boston, but I can't say that my mailbox has been full with news of '73s. At any rate, here's all the news that's fit to
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Class Notes
1974
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William B. Cater Jr.
You people are nothing short of incredible! Your belief in Dartmouth, and your willingness to back that belief with your wallets, have made '74 a winner yet again. During the 1981 Alumni Fund drive we managed to raise over $29,000,
4719181_19811001_000117.xml
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76
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
Year Two of the Dwyer Administration. A few Dartmouth visitors passed through town this summer. Gordie Miles '76 visited Montreal twice, once en route to his fifth reunion. Intrepid voyageur Dan Nelson was seen heading for the
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
The summer must be over; President Reagan's headed 'back to the White House and I just received an invitation to Hank Ostwald's annual Labor Day pig roast in lowa. Hank advises guests to begin rolling in a couple days before
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Class Notes
1977
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Lindsay Larrabee Greimann
We arrive again at the season of contrasts. There is football being broadcast on one television station and baseball on the other. The afternoon's sunshine demands a pair of shorts and a tshirt, while the evening's cool
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Class Notes
1978
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Jeff Immelt
We had been on the river for nearly a month, although it seemed like an eternity. Having recently left Southeast Asia, we were now hopelessly lost. The only constant reminder of our plight was the temperature. We were truly in
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Class Notes
1979
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Russell R. Campion
Those first dried-out leaves on our lawns (for those.of us who have one yet), windshields, and wing tips are somewhat alarming. We must now decide whether to clean our Weber grills, or leave them for the winter and later send them
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Tales from the Crypt, volume 2, chapter 1: Greetings from your euryphagous ambassador of pen-and-ink goodwill. So begins correspondence in year number two. And be forewarned, the Chinese are calling it the Year of the
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80,81
Class Notes
Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
This is a test. For the next 1,000 words, this secretary will be conducting a test of the class notes broadcast system.: This is only a test. Prologue. It began on a sultry, threatening Sunday afternoon in June. And whether from heat or
4719181_19811001_000124.xml
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45
Article
DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENT REPORT FOR 1981
DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENT REPORT FOR 1981
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With a great deal of pleasure we are able to report that Dartmouth enjoyed the most successful fund-raising year in its 212 year history in fiscal 1981.
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46,47,48,49,50
Article
DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENT REPORT FOR 1981
1981 ALUMNI FUND CAMPAIGN
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The Chairman's Report
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Article
DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENT REPORT FOR 1981
1981 BEQUEST PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
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The Chairman's Report
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Article
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Of Porcupine Livers and Wool Socks
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D. C. G.
" A RE porcupine livers edible? Where can you buy hundred-per cent wool socks in Seattle? What will the weather be on Mount Washington next week?" Those, according to an article in the Appalachia Bulletin, the official
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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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