Issue: 19811101

Sunday, November 1, 1981
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SPRAGUE ENERGY
SPRAGUE ENERGY
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine
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November 1981, Vol. 74, No. 3
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Ma. CLarrix., FLorist
Ma. CLarrix., FLorist
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Mystical Selection
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"The lives of Dartmouth men will be enhanced by the Tuck School. This I believe."
"The lives of Dartmouth men will be enhanced by the Tuck School. This I believe."
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For Christmas Fifty Years of Fine Crafts
For Christmas Fifty Years of Fine Crafts
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PRESENT PERFECT
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Dartmouth Life Income Trust
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Wearers of the Green
Master Carpenter, Journeyman Blackmailer
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Shelby Grantham
EARLY in the 20th century, the scholars of Korea enjoyed a position second only to that of the emperor, and after the scholars came the farmer-landowners. At that time there lived, in the northern part of the country, near the
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Books
Reviews
Myth and Counter-Myth
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Robert H. Ross '38
EVAPERONby Nicholas Fraserand Professor Marysa NavarroNorton, 1981. 192 pp. $14.95
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Books
Reviews
Up From the Nickelodeon
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Robert H. Ross '38
MOVING PICTURES:The Memories of a Hollywood Princeby Budd Schulberg '36Stein and Day, 1981. 501 pp. $16.95
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William P. Fowler '2l, Sunset Wings. Peter A. Randall, 1981. 96 pp. A collection of over 90 poems, 12 of them new, the rest chosen from Fowler's four earlier volumes of verse, now out of print. A skillful craftsman,
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Letters to The Third Millennium
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Country Cooking with a Continental flair.
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In the Wide, Wide World
Caution: Explosive Device
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Peter Smith
IT didn't look like a letter-bomb. In fact, the familiar manila envelope with its juvenile handwriting (the Second Form is always assigned the task of addressing them, and no computer is ever likely to come cheaper than those
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To the author in search of a publisher
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Undergraduate Chair
Tangible, Resilient, Ubiquitous
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Lisa Campney '82
NOT long ago a friend asked me whether I liked to tell people that I go to Dartmouth. The abruptness of the query flustered me. Then, with a bit of hesitation, I replied, "Yes." I realized that others could easily misconstrue
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The College
As the College Turns
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In August, President McLaughlin wrote to Dinesh D'Souza '83, editor-in-chief of the Dartmouth Review. The letter, which has been made public, was laced with hope: "I was favorably impressed by your expressed intention to
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The College
The Fraternal Life
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The ongoing debate on the role of fraternities and sororities in the life of the College, more or less quiescent of late, received a shot in the arm last month with a proposal submitted by Paul Mahoney 65, president of the Beta
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The College
Open House
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Soon, the newest Greek-letter house at Dartmouth will receive the Queen Anne living room furniture it ordered. The love seats will have an orange and blue butterfly pattern, the armchairs a simple floral design. They will not
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The College
The Great Embarrassment
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Another skirmish in the contest between the generations seems to have been won by the kids. Battle was joined when a thundering herd of '85 s crashed through police lines to form their class numerals on the football field at
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Give a Rouse for
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RICHARD EBERHART '26, named poet laureate of the World Academy of Arts and Culture.
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Circling the Green
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• Only Just: The trustees have '"established an endowed professorship in the natural sciences to honor a distinguished black alumnus, the late Ernest Everett Just '07, internationally renowned cell biologist, Howard University
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A record of their fame
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Eddie O'Brien
A Sunday in December 40 years ago
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"Now we had to go in different directions"
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Rob Eshman
ONE hundred and ninety-eight commencements, but none like this. Alumni climbing onto their chairs, yelling, "Lynch him! Get him off! Get him out of here!" Parents and alumni standing up and storming off as if escaping a
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B & G
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BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS employees: the people who keep Dartmouth's 90 buildings and 175 campus acres looking beautiful and working efficiently. For me, there has always been something fascinating about this almost separate and
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Alumni Album
300 Million Years Ago . . .
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Mary Ross
SITTING at his desk, surrounded by the systematic clutter of his laboratory in the plant science building at Cornell, HARLAN BANKS '34 is sorting slides for a presentation at the 13th International Botanical Congress in Australia. Six
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Sports
Sports
A Day by the Radio
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Brad Hills '65
IT was a few minutes before one o'clock on Saturday, October 17, and it was a perfect day for football. Junior quarterback Rick Stafford should have been going through his pre-game warm-up drills on the turf of Harvard Stadium.
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Sports
Sports
Craziness Helps
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THE Harvard .weekend was also a memorable one for the men's soccer team, which defeated the Crimson at Cambridge for the first time since 1953- Freshman Chris Mendelsohn's goal three minutes into the overtime period gave
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Sports
Sports
Too Young, Too Nice?
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ITS been a frustrating season for senior halfback Emily Bakemeier and the women's soccer team, which has compiled no wins, eight losses, and a lone tie this fall. "We've had so many injuries that we've been unable to have any
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Sports
Sports
The Records
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Varsity results through October 16 Football (2-3) Dartmouth 32 Princeton 13 Massachusetts 10 Dartmouth 8 Holy Cross 28 Dartmouth 0 William and Mary 12 Dartmouth 7 Dartmouth 24 Harvard 10 Men's Soccer (3-3) Princeton
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1910
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Arthur H. Lord
It has been all quiet on the Tenner front this past summer, providing only a minimum of news. Hazen and Rena Jones had their usual summer vacation in July at Sebago Lake in Maine and especially enjoyed having with them a
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1911
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Arthur G. Winship
A long time ago some bard wrote: "In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." In a similar vein, in late September, with the foliage starting to turn and a sharp crispness in the air, this old man's fancy
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1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
Kathryn Potter wrote, "Herb is doing well. He is in a small, good nursing home. Julia and I had a nice vacation in Hawaii in July. We liked the people and the peaceful atmosphere no smog there."
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Class Notes
1916
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Paul F. Goward
Here are a few items from the Alumni Council meeting: Dartmouth's freshman class will come from the 1,778 applicants accepted and will be 60 percent men and 40 percent women. Thayer School will have 320 students, Tuck School 140
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Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
The class gathering for the September luncheon with the classes of 1918 and 1919 was what might be aptly termed a minimal minireunion for 1917. There were six of us present: Helen Brooks, Dot Howe, Virginia Bradley (the late
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Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
Chet Hulbert writes that he had two delightful, stimulating weeks in Hanover attending Alumni College. This was his 11th year. He was first urged to attend by George Woodruff and Syl Morey. He was pleased to have Ed Felt join
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Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
The fall reunion was the usual success, although the weather did not cooperate. It rained hard on Saturday, and many listened to the game on the radio while remaining at the Inn. Present at one time or another were the Sandoes,
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1920
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William A. Carter
As you may know, the weather for the .Princeton game was miserable. Laura and I attended, but the rain and chill factor drove Laura into Leverone Field House. I sat it out to the end.
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Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
It's not surprising to receive further comments, this time from Bill Perry Sr., about "the amazing professionalism of our expresident, G. Harry Chamberlaine, carrying out a complete memorial service from beginning to end except
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Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Hanover is agog, as this is being written, as Dartmouth begins her 212th academic year and welcomes the freshman class of 1985. It is 1,070 strong 639 young men and 431 young women. They come from 49 states and ten foreign
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Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
Sorry I could not tell you in advance about our reunion plans for the weekend of the Cornell game. You will probably have received your first copy of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE with class news about the middle of October. I hope the list
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Class Notes
1924
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Dana P. Bent
The treasurer thanks all who have responded promptly and loyally in the payment of dues. And your secretary doubles the thanks to those who heeded Stan's request for news, the results of which follow.
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Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald
The annual 1925 fall gathering, including the meeting of the executive committee, was held in Hanover the weekend of September 18 and 19. It was a successful and happy time, with 26 for dinner Friday night and 45 Saturday night in
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Ten hardy classmates and 21 spouses and guests gathered in the Oberlander Lounge to have lunch and wait out the rain which never did stop at the Princeton game September 19. The score was satisfactory; the weather not. Those who
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Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Hello again: The 1981 fall reunion is all over as you read this. But it wasn't by the October 1 deadline by which this had to be sent in to the editors, so you'll just have to wait till next month for details.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
The class of 1928's annual fall mini-reunion started 25 years ago and has been held each year at the Norwich Inn. This year the dates were September 18 and 19, and the attendance at the Saturday night dinner was 49 an increase of
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Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Just when panic prevailed due to the lack of news, in came two fine letters from Ed Kennard and Ed Walsh. Harry Baehr will give them more play in "'29 Up." Ed Kennard reports that he is in good health and that an adjunct
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Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
Our news this month can be attributed almost entirely to those members of the class who were quickest on the draw both for their checkbooks and their pens in other words, to those who not only reacted to the annual billing for
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Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrill
Late last August, in the wee hours of the morning, Peanut Winslow was awakened by a phone call. The call was from the Coast Guard. It was a plea for help, quick help. Pean"ut roused his crew, and they rushed to their tug and
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Class Notes
1932
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Adrian A. Walser
Our summer vacation last July and August consisted of a week's study at Santa Clara University, a bus and train trip to San Francisco, Portland, and Glacier National Park, and a long stay in Missoula, Mont., where two of our three
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Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
There is a new baby in the McLaughlin home on Webster Avenue. Before you get too excited, it's a Baldwin baby grand piano, the 50th reunion gift to the College by the class of 1933, as a to-be-installed plaque will note. If you're
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Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
As I write this column, Dartmouth has an undefeated football team. Those in '34 who attended the opening game with Princeton not only saw a heartening victory and a well-played game despite the continuous warm rain, but also had
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
As these notes are being written, our fall reunion has just come and gone. In spite of bad weather and losing football, what a great time we all had!
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Class Notes
1936
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Paul B. Lynch
If you add 1936 and 45, you get 1982: If anyone doesn't know by now, this refers to our 45th reunion (courtesy of Ross Woodbridge), which will take place in Hanover from Monday, June 14, to Thursday, June 17, 1982! PeteFitzherbert,
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Just you folks please keep remembering to feed June 14-17 into your computer so you will have no conflicting plans with our fabulous 45th reunion. A very special class and a very special date!
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Class Notes
1938
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James A. Briggs
It's a pleasure less than had I been there, but so be it to report on another eminently successful '38 fall mini-reunion. Those who were there say it was great! Those who couldn't attend wish they had.
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
We have two deaths to report since our last. Bill Harty and David I. "Harpo" Walsh both succumbed on August 30, Bill at his home in Eggertsville, N.Y., and Harpo at the South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Mass. See the obituary
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
Returning to Hanover is a treat in any season. To go back during the fall is something extra special and one of the many reasons Zel and I make the effort to be on hand for the minireunion. At that time of year, the naturally
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58
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
Last month the hard-core reunion freaks amongst us gathered once again in Hanover at Bonnie Oaks, actually for the annual 1941 fall mini-reunion. Besides the Cornell game, the weekend featured a meeting of the class executive
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Class Notes
1942
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Robert F. Kirk
It's the thing to do in '82! Hanover, June 14 17, for our 40th!
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Class Notes
1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
A few notes passed on to us from Class Treasurer Church Leonard: From Ken Sorlien, Wellesley, Mass.: "Chip and I had hoped to make the fall reunion but have decided that house pre-sale fix-up has priority. We're hoping to retire
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Fall and football are synonymous, of course, and we've seen a number of the troops in the environs of Memorial Field in past months more often than not, unfortunately, under umbrellas.
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Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. Wason
When Don Cole sent me word, included in last month's notes, of the gathering at John and Molly White's summer retreat in Maine, he also sent along a snapshot of the group. But you "were spared from gazing at the picture of that
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
The Killington ski area often claims the earliest snowfall in New England. All of the ski slopes are white this morning (October 4), as I look to the west over a panorama of fantastic fall color. The forecasters say that the foliage
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
We of the class of 1948 need to acknowledge with thanks and pride the work done by '48s in behalf of the class and the College. President Lloyd Krumm, during whose term of office '48 provided funds for the highly visible and
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Class Notes
1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
As I write this, it is the day following Ronnie's announcement of his second economic recovery program to assist his first economic recovery program, all of which I found somewhat less than amusing. Fortunately, there are a
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
There are two views. One is eastward toward Balch Hill, preferably from Memorial Stadium. The premise stated, no further description of the autumnal scene is needed.
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Class Notes
1951
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J. David Wiggins
Berl Bernhard and a crew of eight won major prizes in the Annapolis-Newport yacht race on June 16. In one of the oldest of sports, Berl sailed away with the first place trophy (Class III) in this annual event sponsored by the
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
One of the benefits of traveling is that as class secretary one has an excuse to contact long-lost classmates to find out what is new in their lives. I was in Phoenix recently and spoke with the following:
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
It takes a lot more than a monsoon to keep a mini-reunion from being a huge success. The Big Green was awesome in beating Princeton. Let's hope that was an omen for the season. After the game, Fred and Mollie Carleton had a
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
Bob Levine dropped me a note of clarification about his recent appointment as vice president of financial development for U.S. Tobacco Company. "Somehow my new job description got a little mixed up! I am not only M.A.D.
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
Recently the New York Times reported that Jack Krumpe, who is now the executive vice president of Madison Square Garden Corpora- tion, is soon to be named vice president of the New York Rangers. He will also become presi- dent
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
For those of us fortunate enough to travel overseas on business, there are a great many locations where the opportunity can be seized to renew friendships with classmates. A quick run through our reunion book, " '56 Out," reveals
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Class Notes
1957
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Benjamin C. Bixby
Only seven months from the time you read this, the outstanding (or outlandish, as some are prone to say) class of 1957 will officially recog- nize (and be recognized for) its 25 th year since being graduated from Dartmouth College.
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
A most enjoyable visit from Ted Furber allowed me to glean some information about his life and times. Ted is an attorney, having graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School after a stint in the Marines. He currently
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
Lloyd Relin writes from Rochester, N.Y., where he is practicing law with the firm of Relin & Goldstein, that "1981 has developed into a very exciting year for one of our classmates, namely Art Wolff, who currently resides in New
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Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
Robert B. Bentel was elected a vice presi- dent of Wells Fargo Bank in San Francisco. He is in loan supervision for the retail banking group. Prior to joining Wells Fargo this year, he had been with the Bank of California for 17
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
"Alum Gods Lecture."
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Class Notes
1962
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Richard J. Gordon Ph.D.
The Yale Club, on a hot June night in New York City, was the scene of a 1962 steering committee meeting. Any sharp-eyed observer could have picked out the Big Green contingent. Besides being the most virile and handsome, we
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Class Notes
1963
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David R. Boldt
This month there's news about our class itself that merits the topmost position in this column. Charlie Parton, our class president, stepped down from his post, saying that the press of other activities prevented him from giving the
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Fellow classmates, the following remarks are the result of a burst of intestinal fortitude in- spired by the letter (in the September issue) of our fellow classmate, John Tavela. If my en- suing remarks prove valuable to the
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Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
"Dartmouth is a first-rate teaching institution with terrific strengths in plant, programs, and high-quality students who pose a real challenge to professional faculty."
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Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
Until a few days ago, this column was doomed to be a Happy Thanksgiving wish and nothing more; but in the nick of time a few items dribbled in.
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
Our class treasurer-and-wife-cum-all-pur- pose-information-bureau inform me that our 1981-82 class dues campaign is well off the ground, with a 17 per cent response in the first two weeks. Therefore, to the 17 per cent of you
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Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
A few notes gathered during the fund-raising season follow. I caught Bob Wade just back in Maine from an out-of-state cash management seminar. The co-pilot on one leg of his trip was fraternity brother Tom Grove '66 of Delta
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Class Notes
1969
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Mark C. Schleicher
Some people drive only an old Olds; and some people drive only a new Olds. Some people like to rehash old news; and some people enjoy reading only new news. And yet there is that ele- ment on the lunatic fringe which yearns for old
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
I have received some interesting news which illustrates how many different paths we have taken since graduation. Jock McKernan, for example, is running for a seat in Congress from Maine which is reportedly going to be vacated in
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news is word that Joe Cecere has been selected for inclusion in the 1981 edition of Outstanding Young Men ofAmerica, a prestigious annual awards publica- tion. Winners of the awards program are selected from
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Our mini-reunion over Holy Cross weekend turned out to be pretty mini, but we had a good meeting Saturday before the game. Present were John Einsidler, Bruce Swift, Bud Lynch, Mike Sach, Shel Prentice, Roger Curley, Chip Carsten-
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
As I write this column, classes have just commenced in Hanover. The class of 1985 has landed, and the College begins another chapter under the stewardship of President McLaughlin. Most of the incoming freshmen were six years old
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Class Notes
1974
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William B. Cater Jr.
I was saddened to learn of the death of RalphFoushee in Chicago on July 2. His obituary will appear in a future issue.
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
The mail has been pouring in, thanks in part to Cate Waddell's generous offer to send some leftovers from her outstanding newsletters. Judg- ing by the reply cards, a popular activity with quite a few classmates these days is
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
The pressure is too much; I can't take it! My editor is hovering over me, threatening a severe beating if I don't comply with her wishes and produce copy. My Devo and Phil 'n the Blanks records lie strewn around the floor, mixed in
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Class Notes
1977
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Lindsay Larrabee Greimann
As promised last month, I will now relate the tale of perhaps the northernmost wedding in the history of the class of '77. Word of the event arrived from free-lance writer. Pita Jelley Benz '76. According to her note, the echoes
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Class Notes
1978
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Jeff Immelt
The flickering matches glowed in the night. The separate amber flames some 90,000 strong combined to make an awesome sight, slightly reminiscent of Hallie Walden's freshman book picture. Suddenly the pulsating chant began
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Class Notes
1979
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Russell R. Campion
If you people weren't changing jobs, going back to school, or getting married, you would be totally worthless copy. Furthermore, those of you who are doing these things (only Sami Fam is not doing at least two of these) seem unable
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Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Tales from the Crypt, volume 2, chapter 2: They're off! And it's Bubblegum sticking to the rail, but Lettuce is a head and Tomato is catching up. Down the stretch it's Rubber Band, with Banana Peel slipping up on the outside and
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Waxing Nostalgic. It's not like it used to be. Then again, I'm not sure that it ever was.
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Pictured Here Standing in Front of the 880-foot-long Porch
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Pictured here standing in front of the 880-foot-long porch (billed as "the longest in the world" by Ripley) of the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island in Michigan are John Gillespie '54 (left) and Dan Musser '55. Musser is presi-
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From the source to the sea: a cleaner Connecticut
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Robert Linck
When Stuart V. "Mike" Smith '57 was a Dartmouth undergraduate, the Connecticut was an abused and polluted river.
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, 2nd Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call (518) 449- 7188 CAPE COD, last Tuesday, Sept.-May, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis CENTRAL VT., 3rd
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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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