Issue: 19820601

Tuesday, June 1, 1982
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PORSCHE AUDI
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IVY SPORTS
IVY SPORTS
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SPECIAL NEW SUBSCRIBER OFFERING
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College Hill
College Hill
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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June 1982, Vol. 74, No. 9
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6,8,10,12,14
Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Horrifying Consequences
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ATTENTION TAILGATERS AND LOYAL ALUMNI
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DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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U.S. Trust
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Eastmor Visitor Center
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AIR FORCE
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MEADOW LAKES
MEADOW LAKES
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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SAYER WOODS BARNARD VERMONT
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FLOATING HOTELS ON THE CANALS OF FRANCE
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Wearers of the Green
Life, Lively, Living, Alive
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Lisa Campney '82
"Intense" and "high energy" are how nearly everyone even the man himself characterizes Donald E. Pease Jr. Up and down, over, back, and across the Green the associate professor of English paces in warming up for the day's
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Ward Amidon
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FIELD HOCKEY CAMP at KIMBALL UNION ACADEMY
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The Fairfax
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Stress Management
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DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
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WE'VE GOT IT ALL!
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Equinox on the Battenkill
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COUNTRY HOUSES
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In the Wide, Wide World
Endings and Beginnings
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Peter Smith
Whether it's the prospect of a return home in the not too distant future or the sight of Francis Pym alongside Alexander Haig so frequently in recent days, something has made me turn over in my mind the curious way in which my
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Tallulahs
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Books
Reviews
Becoming Parents
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Waldo L. Fielding M.D. '43
THE CYCLE OF LIFE, 3 vols, by Donna and Rodger Ewy '53 Dutton, 1981. 479 pp., inc. $7.25 each
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Books
Reviews
Precision, Concision
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H. Nicholas Muller III '60
COLONIAL NEW HAMPSHIRE by Professor Jere R. Daniell '55 K.T.O. Press, 1981. 279 pp. $25
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Books
Reviews
Sustainable Resources
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Denis L. Meadonws
THE COST OF FUTURE FREEDOM by Samuel M. Dix '39 Energy Education Publishers, 1982 235 pp. $15.95
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Books
Reviews
Man in the Cambric Mask
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R. H. R.
HANDKERCHIEF MOODY: The Diary & The Man by Philip Mclntire Woodwell '17 Privately published. 1981. 260 pp. $14.00
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Lyme Inn
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Warming Up for Fifty Years
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We try harder.
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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W. H. Ferry '32, contributor. Protest and Survive, E. P. Thompson and Dan Smith, eds. Monthly Review Press, 1981. 216 pp. A timely collection of essays by ten authorities, American and British, warning of the imminent, mortal danger to
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The College
Thorny Presence
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During the past two years, various segments of the Dartmouth community have expressed dismay and frustration over the contents of the student-run newspaper known as the Dartmouth Review. The College's black community and its
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The College
The Trustees
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I. Michael Heyman '51, chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley, and George B. Munroe '43, chairman of Phelps Dodge, were elected alumni trustees of the College at the April board meeting, the first Alumni
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The College
Family Feeling
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Two previous benefactors of the College, the Jewett and the Ankeny families, have recently given Dartmouth further financial support by endowing new professorships. A professorship in art will honor the late George Frederick
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29,30
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The College
Humbug
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Philosopher Max Black, spring-term Montgomery Fellow, gave his first Dartmouth lecture on the neglected topic of humbug, which has, he said, come to fascinate him. Russian-born and educated in Britain, Black came to this
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30,31
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The College
Days of Contrast
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"Green Key is probably the favorite weekend of all for most Dartmouth students," The Dartmouth editorialized in a special edition the Friday before that traditional College rite of spring. "What is more important about Green
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31,32
Article
The College
Something Challenging
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The gray-haired man with the boyish features put his fingertips together in front of him, carefully matching right to left. "I am 57," he said. "If J wanted to do something new and challenging, this was the time to do it." That
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Article
The College
Straight Lines
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Presidents and managers of the eight Ivy League bands met formally for the first time last spring in an exercise of intercollegiate musical summitry. At the conclusion of the weekend conference at the University of
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The College
Living Quarters
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It was off-again, on-again Finnegan for Foley House, ne Delta Upsilon, on what house to call home next year.
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The College
Police Immersion
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Citibank and Dartmouth were given commemorative plaques by the New York City Transit Authority at a luncheon at Citibank headquarters in Manhattan in April. The event was a promotional celebration of the successful
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32,33
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The College
Death and Tupperware
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The College's first in-house Anthropology Forum, entitled "Death and Tupperware," brought an overflow crowd in early April to listen to two presentations by Professor Michael Dorris's students. Sartorially speaking, it was
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President Dickey Improved
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President Emeritus John Sloan Dickey '29, who suffered a severe stroke at his Hanover home in February, was moved from Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital to the Hanover Terrace Healthcare facility on Lyme Road in late May. His
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Give a Rouse for
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KENNETH P. EMORY '20, awarded the Gregory Medal for distinguished service to Pacific Science.
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Article
Commencement
Commencement
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James L. Farley '42
It didn't snow at the College's 212th commencement, but to the throng hurrying east to the shelter of Thompson Arena it felt like a near thing. That's where the ceremonies were held, a decision made sometime between 8:00 and
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Article
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Honorary Degrees
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Bartlett Giamatti: president of Yale. Doctor of Laws. "... In what may be the ultimate accolade, one of your students was quoted as saying, 'He makes you excited about the subject even if you're not. . . . '"
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Feature
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The Lovinses and the Soft-Energy Path
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Rob Eshman '82
Heating your house with electricity? Try a couple of 40-watt children instead
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MAIN STREET
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Nancy Wasserman
Main Street the very words conjure up images of hometown, hanging hamburgers and fries, neighborhood familiarity, and at least one purveyor of every minor necessity. In Hanover, where both the town and the College share
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Article
Alumni Album
Lost and Found: Sino-American Reunion
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Mary Ross
"Sooner or later, someone in this country will hear from him," predicted Professor Wing-Tsit Chan when Peter
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Cover Story
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Warming up for 50 years: The yeast of elderly innocence
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Lasting
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Undergraduate Chair
Season of the Plague
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Lisa Campney '82
Once upon a springtime there came creeping to this small college a kind of epidemic. Everyone knew it was coming, and what it was, and that nothing much could be done about it. Common symptoms: feet refusing to still themselves
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE'S BAKER LIBRARY
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A Uniquely Beautiful Framed Etching Created in Reed & Barton Damascene Silver Limited Edition
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RESERVATION FORM
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REED & BARTON SILVER SMITHS
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144 BRITANNIA ST.. TAUNTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02730
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Sports
Sports
Big Enough
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Brad Hills '65
Keith Hampton became a runner in a roundabout way. He started running as a high-school freshman in Deerfield, Illinois, to get in shape for the swimming team. "But I was too small for swimming," the 5-foot 8-inch, 135-pound
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
Jerry Shaw is back home after his annual winter visit with his daughter and family in Georgia.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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Paul F. Goward
The arrival of Irv Wolff's card giving the of the three books he has read recently to 23 the total of classmates who have contributed to this project. Irv's books were Brain by Doctor Robin Cook, Flight from Iran by Merle
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
In our last "Sentry" a card was inserted asking classmates for a message about themselves or their classmates. Only four or five members of the class of 1917 replied. Come on, gentlemen, ante up and stay in the game! Those bits
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
April came to an end with no news from classmates for this June issue. However, it is well to send out a last call for support of the 1982 Alumni Fund. Increase your usual gift if you arc able, but do remember one or more
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Eduard E. Martin
A letter from Charlie Harney says he is slowly recovering from a hip operation. Nock Wallis was in the hospital for a repair job but is out now and well again.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Burdette E. Weymouth
The Weymouths found Florida unseasonably hot, in contrast to the winter we had left, and returned to New Hampshire on April 7, the day after the so-called blizzard. On March 29, Hazel Macomber drove us from Bonita Springs to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
Hurrah for the wives of some of our hesitant never delinquent classmates. My letter to Andy Valentine brought a quick response from Harriet. She had no doubt that Andrus Andy to his classmates would reply, but he'd probably
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
When you glance at these notes written seven en weeks before 1922's 60th reunion, that remarkable occasion will have gone into the memory file. But right now, as this is being written, 70 eager participants are looking forward
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
It may seem very far away now, but our 60th reunion will be here before we know it. The reunion committee has suggested that I mention the dates (June 10-12, 1983) now, so that classmates can begin to plan ahead. Let's hope
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Dana P. Bent
The class was represented at Class Officers Weekend by Don Wilbur, Stan Chittick, Roly Taylor, Robin Robinson, and Dana Bent, all accompanied by their wives, and by Beatie Adams and Dave Dyche. It is always an interesting and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald
Jonathan Severansky '84, the current holder of the Class of 1925 Scholarship at Dartmouth, has now completed almost two years of his college course and has a high B-plus cumulative grade point average. He has narrowed his
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60
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Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
It was very interesting to learn that the first book of poems to be included in the world's largest cassette library for the blind is Ways ofLight a recent collection by Dick Eberhart. This word was received by Dick from Edmund
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60,61
Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Greetings. One way for a class secretary to get news, though not the best way, is to the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE from cover to cover. For instance, on page 13 or the April issue, we learned that Bob Gilboy, with some
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61
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Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
Nine '28 class officers attended the annual Class Officers' Weekend in Hanover on May 7 and 8. You were represented by George Davis, Craig Haines, Bill Marx. Art Kneerim. Curly Prosser, John Phillips, Bill Morton, Herb Sensenig,
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61,62
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Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Charley Dudley reported that Jim Kelly is in the Veterans Hospital at Wood, Wise. 1 called Phil Rising and had a good chat but find he's toting around an oxygen bottle. Johnny Ball's daughter wrote of his death, which came not
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62
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Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
As many of us gradually settle into retirement, it becomes so natural to think that all classmates are similarly disposed. Not so, and one of them is Garven Dalglish who writes, "Busier than ever! Book coming out any day now
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62,63
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Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrill
I quote the following note from Beany Thorn in its entirety: "Had not heard from John Feltner for several years. Now comes a note saying he was leaving for Athens, Vienna, and Zurich on April 8 for 17 days He says the latter two
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63
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Class Notes
1932
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Adrian A. Walser
Since this is my last column, before my term as class secretary terminates in June, I am taking the liberty of using it for a few personal notes.
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64
Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
These notes are being written for the June issue of the MAGAZINE for hand delivery to the editor on May 7, during Class Officers' Weekend. This is long past the usual deadline of May 1, but I cannot hurry back home to write a
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64,65
Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
As you may recall, last month I promised a further report on our one-of-a-kind classmates. John Hoyt is now the sole '34 whose permanent residence is in that great state of Texas although others slip in for the winter months
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65,66
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Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
Greetings to all of you members of the 1982 Dartmouth "Class of the Year"! This designation was awarded at the final session of the Class Officers' Weekend early in May. We (officers and wives) were sitting there after lunch in
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66
Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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Paul B. Lynch
By the time you read this, our glorious 45th reunion will have been held and taken its place in the history of the class of 1936. If the program and plans for the reunion projected by Pete Fitzherbert are any indication, it will
4719181_19820601_000102.xml
article
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66,67
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
At this writing, the "Fabulous 45th" is still in the planning stage, and you will have to wait a couple of months to read of it here. So it is business as usual.
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67
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Class Notes
1938
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James A. Briggs
Inevitably there's an element of risk in commenting on a happening before it's happened, but I don't think a person is taking much of a chance in giving high high marks to Amazing 1938's forward-facing 45th. I don't believe that
4719181_19820601_000104.xml
article
67
67
Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
The blizzard of '82 kept attendance at the class executive committee spring meeting to a tidy number of six. President Bert MacMannis, Wes Goding, Jim Corner, Al Tishman, Sam Hird, and Bill Tomkins were the hardy souls who
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67,68
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
My ego is without limits! During the past several weeks I learned that this column has at least one reader. Harry Hoyt, who responded promptly with the answer to John Bertrand's inquiry about classmate Ken Curtis. This has been
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article
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68,69
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
Just outside my window there is grass waiting to be cut and a garden waiting to be planted, so I guess it is at last safe to announce that spring is here. The Harveys spent most of what passed for early spring in taking leave of
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69
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Class Notes
1942
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Robert F. Kirk
I'll bet you didn't know that Bob Williams is the new president-elect of the American Society for Microbiology, the oldest single life science organization in the world, with an active membership of over 31,000. In his spare
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69
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Class Notes
1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
Kermit Cook has seat us the sad news of the death or his twin brother, Kenneth Cook. Ken died on April 12 at Mary Hitchcock Hospital following a heart attack. He was head of the Foreign Language Department at Kimball Union
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69,70
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Huzzahs and kudos and it couldn t have happened to a nicer man. It's top secret news as I write this, but perhaps the best damn translator in the country, our own Gregory Rabassa, will have received an honorary Litt.D. degree at
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70
Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. Wason
Have just returned from the Class Officers' Weekend in Hanover. It seems that this year's attendance set a record. The classes of '09, '12, and '15 were represented, followed by every class from '17 through '82. Our class was
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
Class Officers Weekend was held in Hanover on the weekend of May 7-8. Frank Ettari, our bequest chairman, was here from Tequesta, Fla., after a junket through his coal mines. Class Treasurer Harvey White and his wife Dottie were
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71
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Class Notes
1947
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Walter Peterson
One of the nice things about a New Hampshire town meeting is that anyone attending can, in proper turn, jump up and put in two, or two hundred, cents' worth. We here are fortunate in having this forum in which to express our
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71,72
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
His '48 classmates, especially his many brethren in the medical profession, will raise an enthusiastic mug of Eleazar's best for Jerry Lucey, professor of pediatrics at the University of Vermont Medical School in Burlington. In
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Class Notes
1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
I have always been of the belief that most people view their year as having commenced in January and ended sometime after Christmas Unless, of course, financial statements and tax payments and bottom lines have caused them:
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73
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
Winter lingered long. The snows lay deep, ebbed slowly. Each night, frosts deterred potential floods. Then with a rush spring arrived.
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Class Notes
1951
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J. David Wiggins
Ed Lathem was appointed in April as counselor-assistant to President David McLaughlin and a nice picture of Ed and President McLaughlin sealing the appointment is reproduced on the next page.
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75
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
Almost upon us is the summer hiatus which will deprive you faithful readers of this lachrymose column for two whole months! Now you ask yourself, how on earth will the old Frog fill the void during this period? Since you ask, let
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article
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75,76
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
It's been a glorious spring in Hanover, and I've been fortunate enough to have been there several times. In mid-April, it was Freshmen Parents' Weekend. Among the more than 1,000 present for a few days of classroom seminars,
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
There was big news this month from the "Black Rock" (New Yorkers' affections nickname for the CBS corporate offices at 51 West 52nd Street). Pete Barker was named chief financial officer of the CBS Fox Company, a joint venture
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77
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
A friend of mine recently ran into Joe Donovan ....literally! It seems that Joe is a "slum landlord" in Boston, and while defending his private parking areas from squatter invasions he his front fender mangled by my over-exuberant
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77,78
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Class Notes
1956
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Climrnt B. Malm
Scott Paper advises that J. Richard Leaman Jr., senior vice president, has been assigned management responsibility for the company's packaged products division. Increased purchases by the class of Scott bathroom tissue, towels,
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78
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Class Notes
1957
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Benjamin C. Bixby
By the time this column is published, many of us and our families will have "returned to the source" for our 25th reunion, June 17-20. Accolades to "make the rafters ring" will surely have been showered on the class reunion team,
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78,79
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
A mini-reunion will be held by '58 in Hanover on October 15 and 16. On Friday. Dartmouth Night begins at 8:00 p.m. On Saturday, Dave Bradley hosts a pre-game party at his office at 11:00 a.m. Dartmouth plays Harvard at 1:00
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79
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
From the far reaches of the Northland comes word from Aron Wolf, who proudly notes that he and his wife Pat are coming up on their 15th year as residents in Anchorage, Alaska. Our three children are truly 'Sourdoughs' ! I am
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79,80
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Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
I have just spent the weekend at Dartmouth. There's nothing like two days in Hanover (other than three days or longer!) to renew one's appreciation for the beauty and tranquility of our wonderful campus. As part of the weekend,
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
I know you're expecting to find a report on our 20th reunion. Well, deadlines for this magazine are so far in advance that this is being written six weeks before reunion, and our reunion report will be in the next September
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article
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81
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Class Notes
1962
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Richard J. Gordon Ph.D.
More sad news for '62s: Dave Wilbur died recently while in surgery. A full obituary will appear in the September edition. (His widow is Clarissa Wilbur, 9354 Queens Boulevard, 5-B, Rego Park, N.Y. 11074.)
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Class Notes
1963
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David R. Boldt
Sturges Dorrance has lived up to the early promise he showed at WDCR and then some. This spring he was named vice president and general manager of King TV, the Seattle affiliate of the National Broadcasing Company. He had been
4719181_19820601_000129.xml
article
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81,82
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
"Summertime, summertime, sum-sumsummertime ..." I forget the rest of the words, but the song (if you remember it) says how I feel. By now many of you are through your winter clean-up projects, in the midst of spring cleaning,
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82
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Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
"Where, oh, where are the pea green freshmen . . .?" Or, in more current terms, where are 20 of our classmates for whom we have no address? If you know where any of the following are, or were, let me have a forwarding address
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82,83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
The dateline for this month's column is Hanover, N.H. Each year, the College sponsors a Class Officers' Weekend during Green Key which is a forum on current events at the College and an update on the status of the Alumni Fund
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83
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
Only one little item of class news this month, Frank Breselor's mother writes:
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83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
I'll end the news for the summer months with a brief but meaningful note from Frank Couper, our head agent, who sent an example of one of the many payoffs of being a class agent ... in this case, the stirring of fond memories.
4719181_19820601_000134.xml
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Class Notes
1969
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Mark C. Schleicher
A couple of months ago several of us, accompanied by spouses in most cases, got together for a weekend meeting in Hanover courtesy of the Alumni Fund. Among those '69s who showed their faces at one point or another were Tom
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84
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
It is interesting sometimes how coincidences occur. I recently received a fine letter from Tom Peisch who, with his wife Alice, is living in West Roxbury, Mass. Tom is an attorney specializing in litigation with the firm of Burns
4719181_19820601_000136.xml
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84
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news items is word from Jim Wallace, who is working as a consultant on hazardous waste sites for Superfund Cleanup. Jim spent the winter skating and sliding with his two daughters and trying to keep warm.
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84
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Greetings and salutations. I hope this finds you in pleasant enjoyment of the summer Given the volume of mail this month there is probably a lot of enjoyment, because there isn't very much to report. In fact, it looked I was
4719181_19820601_000138.xml
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84,85
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
I'm a little short of news this month. However, between a few letters, several phone calls, the National Enquirer, and Parade magazine, I was able to dig up enough news to make this column more than a one-liner.
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85
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Class Notes
1974
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Bill Cater
Last column of the year: It is truly amazing how quickly a year can go for a class secretary, from the October issue (written in the closing days of August) to the June issue. The opportunity to continue making friends in the
4719181_19820601_000140.xml
article
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85,86
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
Inebriate of Air am I And Debauchee of Dew Reeling through endless summer days From inns of Molten Blue This excessive verse by Emily Dickinson (The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson. 1960, No. 214) sounds as though it
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86
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
Once again I am the lucky recipient of a fairly lengthy epistle, so I can put off being original and witty for at least another month.
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86,87
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Class Notes
1977
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Lindsay harrabee Greimann
Much of this news will have been traded over cold beers in the class tent, but in case you missed some of the items, here's my last effort to fill you in on what's gone on. Two weddings, in particular, require special mention,
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87
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Class Notes
1978
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Jeff Immelt
The final paperwork was on his desk. Although he had been approving loans for the Argentine build-up for several years now, he never thought they would actually get belligerent. "For an island with more sheep than people,
4719181_19820601_000144.xml
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87
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Class Notes
1979
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Russell R. Campion
I was quite concerned when I arrived home to discover that my mail contained a letter with the engraved heading "Multinational Force and Observers." I was afraid that I had finally been caught for cutting English 5 and that I would
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Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
He started the race a long shot at 20 to 1. The Churchill Downs oddsmakers had no knowledge of his breeding and even less knowledge of his penchant for bourbon. But spurred on by the crowd of 141,327 and fueled by seven mint
4719181_19820601_000146.xml
article
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89,90
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Thirty Thousand Feet. Dazed and confused. I am presently somewhere over Harrisburg, pa., in a DC-10. Kinda makes me feel warm all over. The woman to my right is picking her teeth; the obese gentlemen to my left is snoring like
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Article
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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 518/4497188
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Article
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Clubs (alumni) host Club (Glee)
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Maria Laskaris
In the true spirit of Eleazar, the Dartmouth College Glee Club ventured forth once again into the "wilderness" beyond the Hanover Plain for its annual spring tour in March. The entourage of 60 students, plus new director Louis
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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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