Issue: 19811201

Tuesday, December 1, 1981
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CARROLL McENTEE & MCGINLEY INCORPORATED A CM & M GROUP COMPANY
CARROLL McENTEE & MCGINLEY INCORPORATED A CM & M GROUP COMPANY
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SPRAGUE ENERGY
SPRAGUE ENERGY
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SAS SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES
SAS SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Military Salutes
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Masthead
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AlumniMagazine
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Table of Contents
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December 1981, Vol. 74, No. 4
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COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG
COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG
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DARTMOUTH VOX CLAMANTIS IN DESERTO
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STANDARD MILLING COMPANY
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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TRYALL GOLF AND BEACH CLUB
TRYALL GOLF AND BEACH CLUB
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"Am I glad I went on to the Tuck School!"
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Orton Hicks D'21
Vice President Emeritus of Dartmouth College
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IRA SPANIERMAN INC
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Wearers of the Green
A Skeptic in Simian Clothing
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Rob Eshman '82
PAY close attention. Kenneth A. Korey will now discuss the brachiation mechanics of Hylobates lar. His lips burst outward. His nose widens, flattens. Nostrils flare. Eyebrows join above glassy eyes. The thick neck disappears
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PIPER'S LANDING
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Peter Island Offers Nothing
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The Woodstock Inn & Resort
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ANNOUNCING HANOVER TENNIS CAMP
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Incomparable Lantana Colony Club
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WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARP TO FIND
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JOURNEY WORLD
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CARIBBEAN YACHT CHARTERS
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ST. JAMES BEACH CLUB
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Lyme Inn
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Ward Amidon Registered Jewelers
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Hanover NH
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Books
Reviews
Passable
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Robert H. Ross '38
LIEBLING ABROADBy A. J. Liebling '24Playboy Press, 1981. 672 pp.$17.95; paper, $12.95
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Books
Reviews
Valedictory
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Robert H. Ross '38
THE ROAD FROM HERE:Liberalism and Realities in the 1980sby Paul Tsongas '62Knopf, 1981. 280 pp. $12.95
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Reviews
The Way You Talk
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Robert H. Ross '38
WRITING THAT WORKSby Kenneth Roman '52and Joel RaphaelsonHarper & Row, 1981. 105 pp. $9.95
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Eugen Rosenstock Huessy
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BRYN MAWR COLLEGE
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Dartmouth Authors
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Charles E. Stege '33 ("Charles Staygay,") For the Occasional Speaker: Jokes with aPoint. CES Associates, 1981. 78 pp. Some of the jokes are new (Woody Allen: "I don't mind dying. I just don't want to be there when it happens"). Some
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In the Wide, Wide World
In the Wide, Wide World
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Peter Smith
"It is, sir, an exceptional seat . . ."
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The College
Trustee Nominations
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Ira Michael Heyman '51, chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley, and George B. Munroe '43, chairman of the Phelps Dodge Corporation, were nominated as alumni trustees by the Alumni Council at its meeting in
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The College
Scorpions
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Armistice Day was chosen for a national Convocation on the Threat of Nuclear War, and the Tucker Foundation sponsored the local program. It opened with a noontime presentation on the Green of "Button, Button, Who's Got the
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Article
The College
A Mere Eight Decades
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Between them, they have worked for Dartmouth for almost 86 years, each in a capacity that has, directly or indirectly, made a lot of alumni "homecomings" a lot more special.
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The College
Letting Out the Seams
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An overcrowding scare this fall turned out to be mostly molehill when the dust settled and term got underway. True, at the beginning of September, 200 freshmen were without Hinman mail boxes and the Student Housing Office had 75
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The College
"We need alumni"
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On a weekend in early October, when the visitors from William and Mary were taking the measure of the football team, some 215 alumni visitors were also in town for a convocation to measure the Campaign for Dartmouth. They came
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Give a Rouse for
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RICHARD P. GOLDTHWAIT '33, recipient of the Distinguished Service Award from the Ohio State University.
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First Five Months
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Shelby Grantham
David McLaughlin's
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America's First Hostage Negotiator
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Peter Bridges
IN the lobby of the State Department in Washington, there are two large plaques honoring American diplomats who have died in tragic or heroic circumstances. One is Joel Barlow, described briefly as having died in Poland in 1812.
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Alumni Album
Reagan Revolutionary
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David Shribman '76
I T was still the early days of the Reagan Revolution in Washington, and one of the architects of that revolution was settling in at the White House and engaging in one of the timeless rituals of political life in the capital. Martin
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Hard times in the pressure-cooker
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Mary Ellen Donovan
SINCE coming to Dartmouth two years ago, Don C. has torn cartilage in his knee and sprained his left ankle twice. Disabling as these injuries have been, even more damaging have been injuries to his self-esteem. The son of a
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Undergraduate Chair
To Play Is to Lose
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Rob Eshman '82
I DREAMED about Peter last night. The funny thing is, I barely know him. But in my dream I was terribly upset. I was reading something he wrote a short story, I think and then I awoke, feeling anxious and empty. I don't
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Even Shoes Are Back
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Nancy Wasserman '77
FIVE years ago, when the photograph above appeared in an ALUMNI MAGAZINE story about student "fashions," Dartmouth undergraduates tended to dress like housepainters or river guides just off the Allagash. (Five years before that, the
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Sports
Sports
An Unexpected Pleasure
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Brad Hills '65
"D ARTMOUTHSWEEPS 12THIVYLEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP," trumpeted the campus headline writer. Sweeping hyperbole aside, the football team is a champion again sharing the Ivy title with Yale again. Both teams won their last games,
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Sports
Sports
And Another Surprise
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THE late-blooming Dartmouth field hockey team boarded a plane in November and flew to California to participate in the A.I.A.W. national championship at Berkeley. "It was an amazing season," said coach Mary Corrigan. "We
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Sports
Sports
String of Aces
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COACH Chris Clark's tennis team continued to bludgeon the opposition. For the second year in a row, the women tennis players posted a fall record of 8-0. They also moved up a notch from third to second in the New England tennis
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Sports
Sports
The Records
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Results from October 21 through end of season Football (6-4) Dartmouth 42 Cornell 7 Yale 24 Dartmouth 3 Dartmouth 21 Columbia 7 Dartmouth 38 Brown 13 Dartmouth 33 Pennsylvania 13 Co-Ivy League champions with Yale
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
"Griff" Griffith and son Bill flew into Boston from California for a week's schedule of stops in New England. Dale Barker was unable to meet them in Boston as planned. Hope the foliage was at its very best for their sakes.
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Class Notes
1916
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Paul F. Goward
For those of you who were not able to identify the eleven 1916ers in the reunion picture that was in your September ALUMNI MAGAZINE, here is the list: (back row) Jack Little, Dan Dinsmoor, Dick Parkhurst, George Paine, and John
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Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
October has been a very busy month on this old campus. There were the Campaign for Dartmouth convocation and Alumni Fund head agents' meetings from October 9 through 11. Classes from 1917 to 1980 were represented. The program
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Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
The newsletter absorbed all the items of class news for this month, leaving nothing for this column, since your secretary received little correspondence from classmates and widows. After all, the news is supplied by you. You make
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Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
As I write this, the foliage is still brilliant on the hillside and it is perfect weather for golf. But when you read it, there will be snow (probably) on the ground and it will be Christmas time. And so, to one and all, a Merry
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Class Notes
1920
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William. A. Carter
Please note the following address changes: Mrs. Ralph E. Campbell, 7118 Raymond Road, Madison, Wise. 53711; Mrs. Dana E.Pearson, 18 Great Hill Road, Kennebunk, Maine 04043; Mrs. Muir W. Lind, 590 Mohegan, Birmingham, Mich. 48008;
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1921
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Harold D. Geilich
Ruth and Jack Hubbell attended the royal wedding in London as part of the small group representing the English-Speaking Union. They returned in time for the opening kick-off against Princeton, at which they were accompanied by
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Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
It was a most happy occasion as Jeanne Robinson and Warren Daniell announced their engagement at the October meeting of the "1922 Club of Hanover and Environs." Jeanne (Palmer) is the widow of '22 classmate J. Lawrence Robinson,
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1923
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Walter C. Dodge
All too frequently it has rained at our midterm reunions. This year was an exception. Heavy rain did delay and nearly wash out the Friday night bonfire, but Saturday turned clear and cold. At 9:30 a.m., 12 of us, including our
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Class Notes
1924
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Dana P. Bent
To report on the fall's activities, a class meeting was held on the morning of the William and Mary game, with some ten classmates in attendance, along with an almost equal number of wives. Most of those present in the group were
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Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald
After a month's lapse in the news of classmates in this column to provide for a report on our September meeting in Hanover, here are further responses to a late summer newsletter:
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Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
An Indian summer day made things enjoyable for 60 loyal Dartmouth enthusiasts who gathered in Cambridge at the Hotel Sonesta for luncheon prior to the 30th annual 1926 boat ride up the Charles River for the Harvard game. The
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Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Under the able leadership and superb arrangements of Tom Gillespie and FrankStrong, who co-chaired the affair, 74 '27ers had a glorious weekend October 9-11. It was enjoyable from the moment on Friday morning when eight intrepid
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Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
After a 47-year career with the Onondaga Savings Bank in Syracuse, Bill Morton retired as an active trustee October 19. He joined the bank in 1934 and in the years since then has served as president and chief executive officer
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Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Jack Hubbard's dues notices brought in a good lot of reports on the travels and travails of '29ers.
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Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
Replies to the billing for class dues continue to furnish a major portion of the news. For instance, from Al Smith: "This news desk is absolutely devoid of material. Of course I cannot overlook the tragic news about Charlie
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Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrill
I hate to talk about myself, but I must relate this tale. I have just been discharged, as I write this, from the hospital, where my gall bladder was subtracted. Everything seems to be O.K. Right after the operation, back in my cozy
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Class Notes
1932
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Adrian A. Walser
In January of this year, on my 71st birthday, I wrote down some of the things I still wanted to do before leaving this planet earth, namely:
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Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
Back to promised fundamentals: We had a great time at the mini-reunion, on October 10, around the William and Mary game (all except for the game). On that morning, at about 10:00, nine of your officers and executive committee
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Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
I'll have to get used to the lead time between the writing and the publishing of these notes. Last month I had the temerity to begin by referring to our undefeated football team, and then we promptly lost the next three games. So
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Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
October, month of the football weekends, continued after our fall reunion (which was covered last month) with more fine times for the classmates of '35.
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Class Notes
1936
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Paul B. Lynch
A goodly number of '36ers and spouses attended our mini-reunion in Hanover over the weekend of October 9-11. Some 35 classmates, together with 34 spouses, were spotted at either Bonnie Oaks (where most of us stayed), at
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Fall reunion was terrific, as usual. Although it poured all day Friday (eliminating the parade) we stayed cozy and dry at the X-Club. This is the last year for that club for us, asjud Smith is not renewing his membership. Class
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Class Notes
1938
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James A. Briggs
Soon after sending the notes for the November issue to Hanover, I received a phone call from Earl Ward. He was in the area en route to Mount Desert, as in Bar Harbor, or vice versa. It was mid-morning, and I couldn't persuade
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Art Larkin died on October 14 of as yet unreported causes, at his home in Pauma Valley, Calif. Art had retired from the Keebler Company of Chicago, where he had been president and chief operating officer. His obituary will be
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
Happy Holidays, one and all. May the new year bring to you and your family good health, happiness, and fulfillment.
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
We might as well get through the hard part first. We lost four of our classmates this summer and fall Jack Schwer passed away in August, and Bill Blanchard, Marston Gibbs, and Bill Dreffin in September.
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Class Notes
1942
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Robert F. Kirk
It's the thing to do in 'B2! Hanover, June 14 17, for our 40th.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
Another fall class mini-reunion is already a pleasant memory one which brought ever closer more than 50 '43 families. Eddie O's "Sweet Refrain" will give you a full report, perhaps with photos to accompany his colorful words. A
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56
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
It's Christmas time, the end of the year; It's party time, so from far and near Join the crowd, be part of the fun On to festivities, they've just begun. Toe the mark, jump into the gameses, With those lively Frank A. Ameses.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. Was on
Give a "rouse" for Frank Hutchins, immediate past president of the class, who was recently elected to chair the board of trustees of Rochester Institute of Technology. R.1.T., located in Rochester, N.Y., is a privatelyendowed,
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57
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fittchet
In the November column, we mentioned some of those who were planning to be in Hanover for the William and Mary game. The turnout was bigger than expected. Also here for that game were Jack and Suzie Underhill from Utica, N.Y.,
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57,58
Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
As I write this, it is the last day of October Halloween. But, much more importantly from this old Dartmouth man's standpoint, it is also the day of the 90th playing of that old classic that dates back to 1884, the Dartmouth-Yale
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article
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58,59
Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
The rain which had threatened all day arrived in abundance as Class President A1 "Wagner led a small but vocal contingent of '49ers to the steps of Dartmouth Hall on Friday evening. The 1981 Homecoming weekend was officially under
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59,60
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
The start was not auspicious. It rained. As we drove toward Hanover over the back-country hill roads of northern Vermont, we could hardly see. It poured.
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Class Notes
1951
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J. David Wiggins
Joe Welch, president and treasurer of thase and Lunt Inc. of Newburyport, Mass., presented with the Woodworth Memorial Award at the Independent Insurance Agents of America's 85th annual convention at the Sheraton-Waikiki in
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
As business trips go, it was enjoyable and productive. Paris, London, and Geneva and environs continued to have their magic charms, and the early October weather could not have been better. However, as regards getting in touch
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
Greetings,friends! It's Christmas time. The north wind's blowing down from Lyme. Come gather round as we dispense Mirth and rhyme and some nonsense As this year closes in snow and cold We've learned that 50 isn't old. Be ye
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
39 Walworth Avenue Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
Harry Ambrose informed me that the Cornell weekend mini-reunion went very well despite the fact that our numbers were a bit disappointing. But they were substantial enough to make a respectable showing at the torchlight parade
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
How quickly we forget! Less than six months after our glorious 25th reunion, what has happened to the spirit that brought so many of us back together? Dartmouth Night, October 23, 1981, Hanover, N.H.: Your secretary and his wife
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Class Notes
1957
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Benjamin C. Bixby
The big 25th is only six months in the future as you read this! Don't miss it! The dates are June 17-20, and there are activities planned for the entire family. I recall visiting the Hanover Plain on the occasion of my dad's (an
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
After a weekend in Hanover, the car turned south toward Boston. Dawn mists rose from the fast-flowing streams, filled by weekend squalls. Fog obscured the hollows and spread across the soggy lowlands. Below the reach of the sun, the
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
The International Financial Press reports that Larry Toal is now senior vice president and general manager of Chase Manhattan Bank's branches in Hong Kong. Larry was formerly based in New York, where he had major responsibility
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65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
On the weekend of October 23, the executive committee met at the Moose Mountain Lodge in Hanover. For the first time since graduation, all those who have held the office of class president Were in attendance Gene Kohn, Alan
4719181_19811201_000101.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
As a class, we've started some innovative programs: the 1961 Fellows program and Crash Pad '6l. How else can we show our uniqueness? How can we add new wrinkles to our reunion, to make it as unique among reunions as our 15 th
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Class Notes
1962
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Richard J. Gordon Ph.D
The class of 1962 is first again this time with an innovation to help non-tenured faculty. Specifically, the class will endow a research gram on an annual basis out of our alumni donations. In this 20th reunion year we have also
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1963
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David R. Boldt
We'll start off this month with a couple of notes indicating how high and far members of the class have gone lately.
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Greetings again, my fellow Dartmouthia. Before I get to the accolades, gossip, baloney, and trivia, let me inject a serious note. It is class dues time. Please take two minutes to dip into the family coffers for 15 clams. Let's face
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
A change of scenery for me, as I write these notes, to the sunshine and warm weather of San Diego as a first stop on my way up the West Coast. Far from the crisp autumn of New England, but both are beautiful in their own ways.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
In contrast to last month's dearth of news, Christmas has just fallen in terms of notes sent in by fellow '66s-in fact there's so much that I may not be able to fit everything in this month's column. But keep the news coming, I'll
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
Time has a way of getting away from me in this season of the year. I'm writing this on a date in November which is well past the deadline for this column. I'm asking myself where October went, or whether perhaps it was dropped from
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Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
Congratulations to Don Linky, appointed chief counsel to New jersey Governor Brendan Byrne this past August! After serving his legal clerkship . with former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Haydn Proctor, Don joined the Newark
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
This should arrive in your mailboxes just about the middle of the holiday season. I hope that it will be a good one for all and I wish each of you the very best in the coming new year. How about sharing some of that good cheer with
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
In our mail this month were more reunion notes. . . . Gary Ransom writes: "As the lucky winner of the free reunion weekend in Hanover, I would like to extend a grateful thank-you to all my classmates. I'm in the second year of a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Greetings and salutations. By now those of you who ski will have broken out the boards in preparation for what we hope will be a memorable snow season. Last month in Vermont there was already snow in the mountains.
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
It is probably going to be the holiday season before anyone picks this issue up in his or her mailbox, so greetings of the season and best wishes to everyone for 1982!
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1974
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William B. Cater Jr.
Ho! Ho! Ho! Season's Greetings and a Happy New Year to all! It seems hard to believe that six months have passed since I had the chance to talk to so many of you.
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
Let's face it. This column has gone stale. I'm resting and I don't even have any laurels. I'm not digging up the kind of meaty news that makes all 13'½ picas on the line sit up and whistle. No doubt, countless classmates have
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Class Notes
1976
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Marty Doyle
No more complaints about a lack of letters; Santa came early for me with plenty of mail.
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Class Notes
1977
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Lindsay Larrabee Greimann
While I'm sure I won't be able to report the events as effectively as did the New York Times, at least you will have the benefit of my firsthand experience. Garth and I made the long trek to New York to attend the wedding of Jim
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1978
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Jeff Immelt
The final votes were being tallied. Reagan had lobbied long and hard to sway the tide. First Jepsen swung, and later Long. Packwood seethed, Cranston wished Carter had the skill. Only weeks before, the sale seemed highly improbable
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1979
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Russell R. Campion
This month's notes will contain some new names and details on some of you '79ers, but I must complain of the dearth of salient tidbits from which I can fabricate lies about more of you.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Tales from the Crypt, volume two, chapter three: Biblical readings, continued: "And on the third day, the Lord created the 'Bos. (Because it took him most of the rest of the week to recover.) And they were good. (Because they
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Hey kids! Here it is! The class notes you'vebeen anxiously awaiting with hyperglycemicglee! The Tsar has commandeered thetypewriter!
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article
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Article
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Marge Tomchuk
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MARGE TOMCHUK, a distinguished printmaker, was recently commissioned by the Dartmouth class of 1954 to design a limited edition etching portraying scenes meaningful to '54s. Pictured here in her New Canaan, Conn., studio, she
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article
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73
Article
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Diary of a mad "Smokesucker"
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Edy Ullman '77
H.ONK! A loud horn goes off at a forest fire station in northern California, and out of a low green building pile four firefighters, an engineer, and a captain all in various states of undress. They leap onto two shiny red fire
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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(A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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