Issue: 19820101

Friday, January 1, 1982
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Happy birthday, Mr. Webster Hello, computer
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Warden-Brooks, Ltd.
Warden-Brooks, Ltd.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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Learning Experience
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Club Regency of Marco Island
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Mink Brook
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Society Expeditions
Society Expeditions
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
Table Of Contents
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January-February 1982, Vol. 74, No. 5
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Peter Island
Peter Island
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"Do I wish I had gone to the Tuck School!"
"Do I wish I had gone to the Tuck School!"
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CHALLENGE Wilderness CAMP
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Lyme Inn
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PIPER'S LANDING
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Tryall
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Article
Wearers of the Green
A Lesson in Survival
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Lisa Campney '82
HER watch read 7:55 a.m. as the small pick-up made its way past the low-lying rice fields into the coastal fishing village. The tropical heat had already dampened her cotton skirt by the time the truck pulled up before the
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Ward Amidon
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BERMUDA
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Books
Reviews
Expanding the Dream
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James L. Farley '42
THE NATION COMES OF AGE A People's History of the Ante-Bellum Years by Page Smith '4O McGraw-Hill, 1981. 1231 pp. $24.95
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Books
Reviews
The President's Secret
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Charles M. Wiltse
WOODROW WILSON: A Medical and Psychological Biography by Edwin A. Weinstein M.D. '30 Princeton, 1981. 399 pp. $18.50
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Books
Reviews
Elusive or Realizable?
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Elise Boulding
THE PURSUIT OF PEACE by Leonard Doob '29 Greenwood Press, 1981. 335 pp. $29.95
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Dartmouth Authors
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Henry G. Fowler 17, Two Lives in One. Vantage, 1981. 218 pp. A moving posthumous tribute of a husband to his wife, who was one of the national and world leaders of women of her generation. An internationalist whose special
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FREE CATALOG
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In the Wide, Wide World
At Home Abroad
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Peter Smith
I felt sure that by now I would be writing about withdrawal symptoms. I had assumed that almost daily contact with Dartmouth for the last 13 years (I was never very good at arranging long vacations) would have made me so
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The College
Look It Up, Remotely
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With about half of the Dartmouth Library's holdings, some 450,000 books and periodicals, entered into a computerized catalog, the library administration is already anticipating the next step toward a fully automated system.
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The College
Clear Channel
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The charge last year was to undertake a close self-examination, diagnose any ailing parts, and prescribe a course of treatment. The aim of the therapy was an Alumni Council that better represents a growing, diverse constituency
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The College
Fairy Godfathers
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Toward evening, the sky turns pearl gray. The first flakes drift through the elms. The flakes get bigger. When two inches are down, there is a lull. Romantics grab their skis and head out to the golf course for a nighttime
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The College
Starving Poets
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As one of the newer entries in the student-press horserace, the StonefenceReview is having some difficulty getting in the money. Unless its editorial board can come up with more funding, the third and current issue of the College's
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The College
Drama in a Club Wagon
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Two long-lost Dartmouth thespians returned to the campus last November, one on the stage and one in the wings. Anne and Tom O'Connell '50 brought Anne's one woman dramatization of the life of Fanny Kemble (1809-1893) to the
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The College
A $9 Million Fund
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The Alumni Council, meeting in December, put their stamp of approval on a $9 million goal for the 1982 Alumni Fund, with some members eager to push it higher. Fund chairman Robert D. Brace '52 pronounced it "an exciting
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Give a Rouse for
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OSBORNE COWLES '22 ad, who coached Dartmouth's basketball teams to a record of 144-47 between 1936 and 1946, nominated to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
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Feature
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Welcome to the dark places
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Rob Eshman
NIGHT had fallen. The small group walked slowly around campus, lingering at the entrances of dormitories, under porticoes, outside Alumni Gym. When they reached the pathway between Butterfield Hall and Webster Avenue, Campus
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Cover Story
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The conquest of Kiewit (sort of)
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Shelby Grantham
page 1 of the Dartmouth College Com-puting Users Primer begins at the very beginning. "Computer: A device capable of accepting information, applying prescribed processes to the information, and supplying the results of these
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Article
Alumni Album
Biathlete
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Mary Ross
"Unique" is a word too often used and often as not misused. But ELIZABETH STROOCK '77 is unique. Not only the first and the second, but, to date, she is the one and only U.S. women's biathlon champion. And, for toppers, she won the
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Feature
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The 'real world': Ivies in the cold, cold ground
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Cliff Jordan
"The Ivy League is in their own world ... I'm in the real world!"
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Undergraduate Chair
Round and Round It Goes
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Lisa Campney '82
FALL, winter, spring, and summer, decreed the trustees in November of 1971. A full decade ago, the board adopted the system of year-round education now in force at Dartmouth. Present undergraduates, as well as the past six
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Sports
Sports
What's for Encores?
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Brad Hills '65
IT would appear difficult for Gail Koziara, senior co-captain of the women's basketball team, to set personal goals. She already holds 22 of 25 individual Dartmouth records. The 6-foot 2-inch center holds game, season, and
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Sports
Sports
Brick Walls
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Brad Hills '65
SHAUN TEEVENS doesn't stay sidelined very long. The senior co-captain of the men's hockey team broke his jaw in two places during a practice on November 30. He checked into Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital for repairs but later
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Sports
Sports
Looking Backward
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Brad Hills '65
THE Dartmouth women's field hockey team failed to produce a victory during its participation in the national A.I.A.W. championships in Berkeley, California, late in November. The Green lost to the defending national champion,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1911
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Arthur G. Winship
Although we are entering upon another new year, the class of 1911 is still striving to recover from the unusual series of losses suffered in the later months of the old year. In addition to the previously-reported deaths of Charles
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
Dale Barker advised that Al Bull fell off a ladder and hurt his back, but Al was not going to let this deter him from getting on the plane for Florida on November 14.
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Class Notes
1916
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Paul F. Goward
The class is now slowly arriving at the four score-and-ten age. Roy Burghardt started it in 1980, and Roly Wass and Jim Shanahan will have crossed the line by the end of 1981. During 1982, seven more will join them: ArthurEmery in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
My letter about the 65th reunion will soon be sent out from the office of David Orr '57, associate secretary of the College. Please give it your close attention and, above all, return the enclosed post card even if you returned the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
Pete Grey and Marylou celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on November 7 at a party in Chatham, Mass., where they have made their home for many years. Pete says, "I was in the crib by 10:00 p.m. while some of the more
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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William A. Carter
Greetings of the new year to the 1920 family from Bill and Laura Carter in Norwich. How about making a resolution to send in some news for this column?
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
After I took over the job of class secretary, I wrote to a few classmates, asking them to write something an essay, a biographical sketch, a news up-date for this column. Cory Litchard responded with a delightful piece which he
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Twenty-Two has always been known as "The Last of the Small Classes." But now, as it approaches its 60th reunion, on June 11, 12, and 13, the class modestly claims additional distinction as probably "The Most Marriageable of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
Bud Freeman is in the process of canvassing the executive committee to determine the next recipient(s) of the Class of 1923 Scholarship. Three candidates are being considered. Bud says that the College trustees have revised their
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Dana P. Bent
As we write these notes, there is no snow on Cape Cod, with the same condition in Hanover. We are very happy with this situation; Hanover may be less so.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald
Syd Batchelder's son Tom graduated from Dartmouth in 1952 and followed a career in the United States Marines, becoming a colonel and playing an important role in Cambodia. Tragically, he experienced a fatal illness there. Syd
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
The December issue of Yankee magazine has an excellent article on George Snell entitled "The man who built a better mouse," describing the medical and genetic research George accomplished at Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Brwin B. Paddock
Happy New Year!
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
Sherm Baketel recently sold his home in New Castle, N.H., and bought a small condominum in Kennebunk. Sherm had gotten par. tially settled when he took off for the same villa he has occupied for the past ten winters on Manasata
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Yes, that impressive and discerning figure in the State Street Trust ads is our Phil Mayher. And, in the Marling catalog, that genial grandfather is Phil again. The years become you, Phil.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
One of the pleasures of this job is occasionally making contact with some classmate whom we haven't seen or heard from for many years. This time it is a nice note accompanying his Alumni Fund contribution from "Harp" Savage, once
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrtll
I'm glad I had a chance to sit next to Al Bucher at One of the luncheons or dinners during our 50th last June. Al told me he had moved from Connecticut to Henniker, N.H., where he was retiring. He also told me he had done some
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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Adrian A. Walser
A press release from the American Academy of Achievement, with headquarters in Palm Springs, Calif., announces that "Dr. Frank Westheimer, professor of chemistry at Harvard University, has been chosen as one of the 40 giants of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
It's been said before, but it bears repeating: Bob Fox in the newsletter, and I in these notes, are not in competition. However, certain items that he has written bear repeating in this column because of interlocking friendships in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
One of the pleasures of attending the Yale game was a chance to see all those young and happy '34 faces in prime seats, basking in the sunshine of a perfect fall day perfect, that is, till the second half, when the Blue came out of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
Continuing the reports of fall football weekend gatherings of the class of 1935, the season wound up in happy fashion before the Brown game with cocktails and lunch at the home of Bob and Henrietta Hage. Among those on hand
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1936
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Paul B. Lynch
Fall is fast drawing to a close, and the football season has ended. To the great surprise of those of us who saw the William and Mary football game, the Big Green team has finished in a tie with Yale for first place in the Ivy
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1937
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Robert C. Bankart
We have had no room to mention the doings of the Harvard game. Attendance continues to shrink due mainly to retirement moves. At the parking lot tail-gate we mustered under the '37 banner the Dex Smiths, the Dick Woods,Marion
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1938
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James A. Briggs
It was a heck of a good football season, and it's a pleasure, now at its end, to savor of it, even though inevitably your reading of these notes will be some time after the events.
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
We learned, as you did, via the latest "Thirty-Nine Out" of the death of Mai Wallis, who had spent much of his life in the physics division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. And as we sat here typing this piece
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
Hello '40s! It's a new year filled with promise and four bright and fresh seasons to which we again look forward. The holidays have passed, the grandchildren are safely returned to their own lairs, and the new necktie has had its
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
Here are lines that have been coming in from classmates who for various reasons had to miss the 40th last June. The Vince Elses, for instance, report that they were off to "a family reunion in the Black Hills at the same time as
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1942
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Robert F. Kirk
So it's a new year already, and that means' "It's the thing to do in '82! Hanover, June 14. 17, for our 40th!"
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1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
Proudest moment for all of us at the fall minireunion, a moment not previously recorded here, was College Trustee Bob Field's announcement of the William Clinton Story Remsen 1943 Professorship in Government, a magnificent
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Let's start with a couple of budding authors, although I'm not sure how budding one can be as one starts crowding 60. Anyway, Joe Goldstein, a professor of law at Yale, is the co-author of another book on child care and the law,
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1945
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Austin B. Wason
You may have seen it in the newsletter, but great news is worth repeating. Steve Hull has signed on for another tour of duty and will chair oar 1985 40th reunion! (A little bribe in the form of a super picture of Dartmouth Row may
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1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
It was great to hear from Bill Schulting, living in Passaic, N.J., who took time off from his favorite recreation to attend the Harvard game and the Big Green victory. Ordinarily, his spare time is spent officiating at football,
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1947
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Philip A. Segal Jr.
As class president, I'm writing just a brie note to let classmates know that Phil Segal has decided he must relinquish the reins of the class secretary's position due to the pressures of his job.'Thank you, Phil, for .what you've
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1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
Members of our class have often expressed within my hearing a feeling, whether or not justified, that they do not adequately know what goes on at Dartmouth and that they have no way of making their concerns felt about current
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1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
Driving the roads from Reading, Mass., to Boothbay, Maine, for most of us would probably mean no more than summer and a Down East vacation. For Lemuel Herbert Howe and wife Jean, who say they have taken "... the road less
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1950
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Jacques Harlow
Another year ends. There are many endings. One comes in March as winter wanes and spring promises new beginnings. Another comes in June, usually with the transition to a higher academic plateau, sometimes with the celebration
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1951
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J. David Wiggins
When a likeable geologist stepped out of the Memorial Field press box after the last home game, Dartmouth College football lost its voice Eighteen years after he first occupied it, Charlie Breed is vacating the "best seat in the
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1952
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Marcel C. Durot
It is early Thanksgiving morning (but you will be reading this in January). In a few hours the Durot clan will reunite around the dining room table at Maureen's. The five children and our daughter-in-law will be there, plus some
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard, J. Blum
There's more to life than a winning football season but it sure is better than a losing one. The Big Green played tough all fall, but needed the Princeton Tigers' upset victory over Yale to clinch a share of the Ivy crown. The
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1954
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John L. Gillespie
Homecoming weekend, for the Cornell-Dartmouth game on October 24, saw a big turnout of classmates for the various mini-reunion parties that Joe Mesics had planned. Our class hosted three cocktail parties during the weekend. The
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1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
After witnessing our poor showing in the Yale game last fall, I wouldn't have dreamed our side would have ended up sharing the title with those bulldogs. But that's what Ivy football is all about, versus the robots mechanically
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1956
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Clement B. Malin
In keeping with the tradition of the British monarchy, this column will recognize, as does the Queen in her New Year's honor list, achievements by several classmates.
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1957
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Benjamin C. Bixby
"Return to the source" is. the theme of our 25th reunion, June 17-20. Please start planning now to join your classmates by saving these dates and making a commitment to be present. Our 25th will be a great opportunity to catch up
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
It's exciting to watch the projects begin to develop for our next reunion in June of 1983. John Graf is circulating a draft of a detailed questionnaire to help focus his planning. The humor is designed to make one read it to the end
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1959
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William G. Long
A press clipping sent along by Bob Batson, who resides in Avon, Conn., announces his election as president of Bicron Electronics Company, which he joined in the fall of 1980 as operations manager. Bob's career has been spent
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1960
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Melville Straus
In attendance at the Dartmouth Night festivities in Boston prior to the Dartmouth/Harvard game were '60s Gene Kohn, Jack Hodgson from Seattle, Bill Watson, Peter Schwartz, Tom Reilly, whose daughter Michelle '85 sang with the
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1961
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Robert H. Conn
Our reunion express is almost at full speed now as we head toward June 18-20 and a chance to see our own classmates and those from the classes of 1962 and 1963. It's our last chance to be with the '62s and '63s, as a group, until
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1962
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Richard J. Gordon Ph.D.
Reunion time is fast approaching, '62s! Yes believe it or not, the big 2-0 will be celebrated at the College on June 18-20. Mark your calendars. John Clark promises a magnificent affair. For starters he notes that Tad Cantril,
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1963
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David R. Boldt
Nice note arrived recently from Hank Rogers in Springfield, Mass., endorsing the idea of a distance run at our reunion, a proposal for which was mentioned in this column earlier. (The reunion, for those of you who may have been
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1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Greetings of the new year to you all. Susan and I want to wish you all a very happy 1982. (I still can't figure out what happened to 1981. Are the years going by faster?) For those of you who took the time to send in your dues, your
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1965
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Robert D. Blake
"Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...!" Popular song (especially in New England in the winter)
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1966
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Rick Mac Millan
Since the last column, I have received news of changes in jobs, geography, and celibacy from fellow '66s. Walt Knoepfel has both new job and new geography. He has just arrived in Seoul South Korea, beginning a three-year assignment
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1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
I'm writing this column just as the 1981 holiday season begins to lurch into its final days of madness. When you read it, the madness will have passed. Nevertheless nunc pro tunc, as the more pedantic members of the legal profession
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Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
Happy New Year! A couple of belated updates from the stork: Peter Lawson announced the birth in April 1980 of Alexander Rex, who joined brother Matthew James, now five. Larry and Wendy Barnet added daughter Lauren to the family
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1969
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Mark C. Schleicher
Last fall's meeting of your executive committee and class officers was a huge success. DavePrentice made his annual trek down from Toronto to parade the '69 placard on Dartmouth Night. College officials were disappointed to learn
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1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Greetings of the new year to all '71s. Those of you who read this column regularly may find that this one is not up to the usual standard that you expect from my husband, Tom. I am trying to be a temporary fill-in while Tom is a
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1972
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John P. De Regt
I hope this finds you in good health and not too corpulent after the holidays, and I also hope that all those resolutions undertaken with so much sincerity don't cramp your style. Fabian Ropogol has won going away the first annual
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1973
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Mark P. Harty
Happy New Year, everyone. I've picked up bits and pieces of news from various classmates during the past few months. In an effort to clean up my files, I'm going to consolidate into this column all of the hearsay and rumors which
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1974
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Bill Cater
The mail carrier recently brought news of the marriage of Peter DeNatale to Susan Marie Walley in Dedham, Mass., this October. Susan, a graduate of Boston College, is employed as a systems consultant. Peter, who graduated from
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1975
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David L. Dunbar
Happy New Year! I hope all of you enjoyed the holiday season and made your usual New Year's resolution to write more frequently with news about yourself and classmates. I made a purposefully vague New Year's resolution to be a
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1976
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Martin E. Doyle
What will you do in '82? I've got no clue, but I have made some resolutions:
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1977
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Lindsay Larrabee Greimann
As I read through the recent brief notes that have arrived from classmates, I realize how much I am looking forward to our reunion in June and the opportunity to learn in greater detail about some of the experiences classmates
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1978
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Jeff Immelt
The year is 2003. Tuition at Dartmouth is now $50,000 per year. Karen Blank is President of the College; no, make that of the United States. Ralph Manuel is manager of the Detroit Tigers. Phi Delt can't have bands. KevinBarber
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1979
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Russell R. Campion
Since my last pithy epistle, I am pleased to say I have received several choice morsels from which I can fabricate the following scandal sheet.
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1980
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Michael H. Carothers
I have no doubt at all the devil grins, As seas of ink I spatter. Ye Gods, forgive my "literary" sins The other kind don't matter.
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1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Higher Education. The Bible claims that King Solomon could talk to the animals. And just the other day I was flipping through an old Psychology textbook (you're all buying this, aren't you?), when I came upon a statement by the
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Young entrepreneur happy with "inflation"
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D.C.G.
"Inflation" is a dirty word for most of us these days, but for J. Tobias Reiley '81 it's the key to a successful new business venture. As the sole North American distributor for a British company called Aerial Ads, Toby Reiley
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-T ROY, 2nd Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call (518) 449-7188 CAPE COD, last Tuesday, Sept.-May, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis CHARLESTON-COASTAL, S.C.,
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Clubs and club officers honored
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Alumni Clubs and club officers especially successful in their programs over the past year were honored at the 1981 Club Officers Weekend banquet in November.
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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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