Issue: 19830301

Tuesday, March 1, 1983
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March 1983, Vol. 75, No. 6
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine
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CHALLENGE WILDERNESS CAMP
CHALLENGE WILDERNESS CAMP
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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In Support of Self-interest
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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NEW HAMPSHIRE MUSIC CAMP
NEW HAMPSHIRE MUSIC CAMP
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Fun Music Center
Fun Music Center
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Peter Island Offers Nothing.
Peter Island Offers Nothing.
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Adidas
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SULLIVAN HARBOR COUNTRY INN
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WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARP TO FIND
WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARP TO FIND
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The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club
The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club
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D'ARTAGNAN
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Duncaster
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Ben Silver
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Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
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The Pilgrim's Inn
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FLOATING HOTELS ON THE CANALS OF FRANCE
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE
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Ward Amidon Registered Jewelers
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BAHAMA OUT-ISLANDS
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CHINA
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Italia Adagio
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BARGING IN SOUTHERN FRANCE
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Wearers of the Green
Philosopher Coach
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Nancy Wasserman '77
Peter Fox Smith can elaborate on the relationship between art and theology in Wagnerian opera as easily as he can instruct young women in the grace of putting the shot. He does both regularly. At Leverone field house you can
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The Red Lion Inn
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CARIBBEAN YACHT CHARTERS
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Books
Reviews
The Early Adams
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Thornton F. Jordan '66
BOTH SIDES OF THE OCEAN: A BIOGRAPHY OF HENRY ADAMS; HIS FIRST LIFE, 1838-1862 by Edward Chalfant '42 Archon Books, 1982. 475 pp. $32.50
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Books
Reviews
Eskimo Culture
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Elmer Harp Jr.
INUA: SPIRIT WORLD OF THEBERING SEA ESKIMO
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Dartmouth Authors
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Gregory Rabassa '44, translator of The Girl from Ipanema by Vinicius de Moraes. Cross-Cultural Communications, 1982. 32 pp., paper. Vinfcius de Moraes, Brazilian lawyer-diplomat-musician-poet, wrote the music-drama upon which the
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The Making of a Dartmouth Book
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The making of Dartmouth: A Visual Remembrance (Foremost Publishers, 1982) which was conceived and financially backed by Russell Boss '61, gave Photographer George Robinson of Jericho, Vt., and Publisher James Patrick some
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To the Author in Search of a Publisher
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TRAYELEARN
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Incomparable
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MAINE WATERWAYS CAMPS
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FOR RENT – LOG CABIN
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The College
Presidential Update
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President McLaughlin, interviewed by The Dartmouth on February 7, said that he felt "terrific" as he continued to regain full activity after undergoing a minor heart operation at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, in
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The College
Off-Campus Study
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Dartmouth's off-campus study programs, already extensive with 33 opportunities available for 1982—83, will be enlarged next fall with two new programs approved by the executive committee of the faculty of arts and sciences.
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The College
Naval Invitation
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The Navy has invited Dartmouth to invite it back to campus. President McLaughlin passed on the invitation to an ad hoc committee charged with investigating the wisdom of re-establishing a Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps
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The College
Forensic Flowering
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Dartmouth debaters, who over the years have maintained a national reputation for excellence, are enjoying one of the best years ever, maybe the best year in the history of tournament debate. Last month, with the season more
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The College
New Institute Director
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Thea C. Froling of the University of Vermont is coming to Dartmouth in early March to fill the position of executive director of the Dartmouth Institute, a continuing education program in the liberal arts for executives. She
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The College
Acid Clouds
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Wind-blown clouds more than rain are bringing the acidity that is destroying high mountain forests of the northeast, according to Dartmouth researchers led by biology professor Williams Reiners. This has been confirmed by
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The College
Loan Base Strengthened
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A grant of $l00,000 from the Samuel P. Hunt Foundation has been made to Dartmouth for use as capital for the College's new student loan corporation, known as the Dartmouth Educational Loan Corporation. It will be received over
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The College
Circling the Green
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• At the invitation of President McLaughlin, some 30 members of the New Hampshire state legislature and administration of Governor John Sununu spent the day at Dartmouth on January 28, learning about the College and hearing the
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Give a Rouse for
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PAUL F. HANNAH '27, selected to receive the Fifty Year Award of the American Bar Foundation.
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Feature
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You know, what's his name . . ."
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Nardi Reeder Campion
Memory block happens to nearly everyone, but Dr. Alexander Reeves of Dartmouth Medical School refutes the commonly held idea that it is an inevitable part of growing old
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What Is Success?
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E. R. (Skip) Sturman '70
Personal answers from some Dartmouth persons whose definitions of success have in varying ways been influenced by the College
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Article
Alumni Album
Alumni Album
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David Shribman '76
A Just Cause and a Pure Heart
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Article
Undergraduate Chair
Jokes Stuffy People Don't Like
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Jean Hanff Korelitz 83
Here is a minute mystery: On a recent winter day, I watched a single student walking in front of Parkhurst Hall several steps behind three other students who walked together. The door to Parkhurst opened and a well-known
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Off and Chopping
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Jean Hanff Korelitz
Ten o'clock doesn't seem like a very early time to get up. Unless, of course, it's Sunday, and it has been raining all night, and the roads are badly iced, and your first business of the day is chopping wood for three hours.
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"Long John" Wentworth, 1836
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Dirk Olin '81
Editor, U.S. Congressman, Mayor of Chicago, friend of Lincoln, he was as flamboyant a graduate as Dartmouth ever produced
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Setting the Record Straight: A Senior-Year Perspective
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Libby Schmeltzer '83
"We fade in on the thin, clear, cold slope of the ski slide and fade through to the thin, clear, cold mind of a Dartmouth undergraduate." That is how Princetonian F. Scott Fitzgerald described Dartmouth men in filming directions
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE FOR ALUMNI
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Prof. John W. Finch
ACROSS
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Sports Information Director Taking Job in Philadelphia
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Art Petrosemolo, Dartmouth's director of sports information since 1977, resigned his position, effective March 6, to assume duties as coordinator of sales promotion with the Garrett-Buchanan Co. of Philadelphia, paper
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Sports
Sports
Sports
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Brad Hills '65
The 72nd edition of Dartmouth Winter Carnival was a memorable occasion for John Donnelly, Chris Wise, and Maryjane Whitten. Donnelly, a member of the Dartmouth hockey team, assisted on three goals in Friday night's 6-5 loss to
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Seaver Peters To End DCAC Career
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Seaver Peters '54, director of athletics at Dartmouth for the past 16 years, announced last month that he would resign his position as of June 30, in order to devote himself to a career in business.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1912
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Fletcher Clark Jr.
Lucy M. Bugbee, widow of Lloyd H. Bugbee, was the subject of several recent newspaper articles regarding her conservation work. Now 95, Lucy is credited as being the founder of the environmental movement in Vermont, where she
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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Robert H. Austin '40
When my father, Herb Austin, passed away in 1981, the '14 class notes ceased to appear also. I have missed reading them and I know you have missed them, too. With your help and there are 27 members of the class still living,
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Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
News from Mrs. Ralph Brown: "Spent five marvelous weeks in October and November with my geologist son-in-law, Frank Nelson, and daughter Eleanor in Santiago, Chile, where he is head of exploration for Freeport Mining Company
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Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
The December number of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE contained so much of interest to all concerned both alumni and friends of Dartmouth that it is hoped that it was read carefully and thoughtfully by all. The article about Dennis
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Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
Paul Mather, from his wheelchair, sends best wishes to all in 1918. He is able to visit his wife, who is in a nursing home.
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Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
Anne Eisaman, widow of Joe, spent Thanksgiving in California, visiting her son, Joe '47, who is in the advertising business in Los Angeles. Muriel Cogswell writes she misses seeing her 1919 friends but has happy memories. The
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Class Notes
1920
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Allan M. Cate
Dick Watts writes Al Frey: "I was in Hanover for the Penn game. Saw Eddie and Ginney Bowen and Sherm Adams, also Hazel Macomber, but I was with my son and family. My grandson is on the squad, so I didn't get around much."
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold. D. Geilich
In answer to my short letter to Roland Auger (who lives only a few miles down Ocean Boulevard), he wrote back to tell me that a heart which skips a beat on occasion keeps him more closely anchored to Lauderdale-by-the-Sea than
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Few classes, if any, can have had more representatives at a Dartmouth Alumni Council meeting than '22 had on December 2—4, 1982.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
By the time you read these notes you will long since have been updated with specific individual reunion news, including a firm schedule of events, head tax, etc. December and January were very busy months for Herb Home and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Dana P. Bent
The death of Pennington Haile, chronicled elsewhere, has prompted several tributes to the memory of his generosity both to the College and to the Hanover community. Dartmouth's holdings on Mt. Moosilauke, which have led to its
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald.
The newsletter at the end of the year brought some interesting replies, so we will pass them along for all classmates to peruse and enjoy.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
The class knew what it was doing when, in June 1926, it chose Richard Ghormley Eberhart to deliver the Class Ode on Class Day as part of its commencement exercises. Webster (not Daniel, however abridged) offers this definition:
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
A few days ago, in looking through some old papers of my late father, class of '00, I came across an interesting envelope. It bore a twocent, first-class postage stamp, was postmarked Hanover, N.H., September 23, 1923, and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
Hal Moody's big ice boat is a familiar winter sight on Mascoma Lake, four miles from Lebanon, N.H. Hal, 78, a former high school principal in Lebanon and Enfield, lives in Enfield right by the lake. If the wind is not too strong
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Names make news, true. But the news we get is often from classmates who don't want the intrusion of publicity. And often to name one would be to neglect others.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
The most significant news for the class is that our vice-president, Charlie Widmayer, has for the third time been called out of retirement by the College this time as temporary editor of this magazine!
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrill
The best news I have to offer is that Lucy Cogswell has finished her three months on crutches and now is walking once more. She plans to use her newly-gained mobility to visit family and friends in Arizona and Florida.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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Robert W. Mitchell
Reference was made in the November class notes to evidence that demotion of Ivy League football to Division 1-AA status had affected newspaper as well as television coverage of the game. After the Holy Cross game, which was
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
At our fifth reunion, in 1938, John Monagan was class secretary and started off his report of the occasion in this fashion: "Our fifth was fulgent, furious, and fabulous. It was not felonious, fantastic, or fatal. It may have been
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
With our first real snowfall of the season, I may have to use the cross-country skis to get supplies. But at least I don't have to go far to watch the N.F.L. playoffs. What a take-forgranted marvel television is, and to think we
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
This is the first opportunity for your class secretary to publicly express the sympathy of all of us to Reg and Babs Bankart in their loss of a granddaughter and the suffering of injuries by her parents. That tragic accident
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Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
Secretarial procrastination inborn, not job-related plus an inordinate demand for space in the January-February issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE somewhat curtailed the 1936 class notes last month. Not all of the failings should
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Bless all of you Christmas-card-note-senders! Since last June's reunion high we have received several pieces of unwelcome news. Bud Reed died January 14 of cancer, which started toward end of summer; his obitaury will be in a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1938
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Augustus W. Hennessey Jr.
As I write, we have just emerged from a snowstorm celebrating the fifth anniversary of the blizzard of 1978. Even though I am younger than I'll ever be again, I have not rushed out to clear the eight inches of snow that has my car
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
We start this month with a pretty thin news bag, which might present us with an excellent opportunity to do a bit of catching-up on the address changes. We'll see.
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56
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard, J. Goulder
The bells are ringing, the lights are flashing, the buzzer's blaring! The deadline for the March column is hard on me and there is much to report. So., on with it.
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
I've had no further report on the progress of our Class of 1941 Scholarship and so have no up-date to pass on, either in response to the November mailing or on the consummation of the project. What comment came my way was
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Class Notes
1942
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David. R. Sargent
Our class has been well treated by the media in recent weeks. The New York Times, for instance, carried a long and thoughtful piece by Art Cox (Arthur Macy Cox to the good, gray Times) on Ronald Reagan and a proper nuclear
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58
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Class Notes
1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
We were delighted to hear from our colleagues on The Dartmouth, Elmer G. "Steve"Stevens, sports editor exemplar, who writes from his home in Brattleboro:
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
It's not too early to start noising abroad the dates of our 40th reunion. Would you believe June 11-13, 1984, only some 15 months away. June 11-13 happens to be Monday through Wednesday, but don't let that bother. At our age, we
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1945
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Austin B. Wason
First off, I have to get my news off my chest. Shirley and I became grandparents for the fourth time, as our eldest son, Earle (now 37), became a father for the first time. Sarah Frances Wason arrived January 28 at Memorial Hospital
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
Congratulations are in order for Dick Young, who was recently named president of Houghton Mifflin Company, the distinguished 150-year-old Boston publishing house. He has been a director of the company and will remain on its
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Class Notes
1947
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Hamilton Chase
You'll note that I am listed above now as (acting) class secretary. It is a job I fell into since it needs to be done, and also since this column is necessary in support of our coming reunion, which event is really my primary
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
It will be late March before these words, written in early February, are read by fellow '48s in this, the year of our 35th reunion. It doesn't seem possible that we are halfway through our fourth decade since leaving the
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Class Notes
1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
What is rising, changing, resting and over 160 years old? If you said three members of the class of 1949 you've been reading my notes.
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
Another corner turned, a fresh year started - this time with a measure of optimism, one more mark on the counter of our allotted span. If the earth is not spinning faster, it is spinning too quickly.
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Class Notes
1951
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Dave Wiggins
Many thanks for all your holiday greetings. I didn't know there were so many out there reading this column and many from other classes as well.
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
It was a heavy month, with reports of the loss of three classmates. Bob Frech died of a heart attack on December 19 while walking near his home in Bremerton, Wash. Jack Fessenden, who lived in Annandale, Va., died of cancer on
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
March is one of my favorite times of the year. One can enjoy the pleasures of winter without the biting cold. The days are longer. The anticipation of spring is in the air. From the muddy parking lot at Killington to the dusty
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
John Heston, on a recent business trip to New York, reported the good news that the famous Indian murals, painted in 1920, are again open and on display in the Hovey Grill at Thayer Hall. John also told us the Campaign for
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
It has been some time since we have had news of Doug Archibald, but that isn't surprising for a guy living in Waterville, Maine. News has leaked out, however, that Doug has been chosen dean of faculty and vice president for
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
For most of the United States, the weekend of January 28 to 30 was devoted to the Super Bowl. For a respectable handful of classmates, however, it was "Fun Fantastic Five" in New York City. These mini-reunion weekends continue
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
The following is a news item provided by the Bob Macdonald News Service. It is datelined Sheraton, Boston, late 1982, and the headline reads, "The class of 1957 takes attendance cup at 1 19th Dartmouth dinner presided over by
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
If you make plans right now, you can be in Hanover June 16-19 for the 25 th reunion. You and your family might be taking the bus trip to Mt. Moosilauke, listening to the Dartmouth Glee Club, attending a talk by Director of
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1959
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William G. Long
Bill White reports from Grand Blanc, Mich., that he has a daughter at Smith and a son in diapers. He said, "I do not see many Dartmouth folks in Flint, Mich., where I am president of the Mott Foundation. However, I did see Dave
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1960
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Melville Straus
David Bond recently moved to Vancouver to take the position of federal economic development coordinator, which means he is head federal civil servant in British Columbia. He reports directly to the cabinet in Ottawa. He is
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
The special ad hoc committee of the Alumni Council has met to develop ways to assure the future editorial independence of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, and has come up with a plan. By the time you read this, the plan should
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Class Notes
1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
On December 13, 1982, Sandy Apgar, Gary Spiess, and Dan Tompkins sent the Faculty Fellowship Committee's first annual report to Class President Josh Rich. "In one of those happy but unexpected coincidences, our nominee,
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
Louis V. Gerstner Jr., vice chairman of the American Express Company, did us all proud by being selected for a profile in "Dartmouth in the World," a booklet celebrating the launching of the John Sloan Dickey Endowment for
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Greetings again, classmates. Did you all receive the alumni issue of that controversial tabloid, the Dartmouth Review? I cannot resist this opportunity to say something about this paper. The paper, or more specifically its
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Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
Yesterday is but a cancelled check, Tomorrow just a promissory note.
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Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
Life-styles. How different we seem to grow up! From a common experience of Big Green, Indians, Wah-Hoo-Wah, "Gear," the Big Wheel, the Fan Room, and Billings Lee, we have gone our individual not separate, but individual—ways.
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1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
The groundhog in Punxsutawney, Pa. (Phil by name) probably didn't even bother to venture forth from his hole this year. That's how hard it was raining around here on February 2. Can this mean an early spring in these here
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Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
The solidified plans for our gathering in June are enough to whet the appetite of any man, woman, or child picnics, parties, seminars, dinners, sports, and a myriad of activities for the kids, with a liberal sprinkling of flexible
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Class Notes
1969
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Norman A. Jacobs
For the past few months this column has been the exclusive territory of our upcoming 15th reunion (June 16-19, 1983). Before we get to more reunion ramblings, a few bits of gossip from near and far:
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
I have just a small amount of news this month to report to you. I hope that I will be receiving news from you in the coming weeks so that you will find something to read in this spot as the year goes by. Without your help there
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news items is word that Mark and Bonnie Totman are the proud parents of a little girl, Kendra Lynn Totman, born September 8, 1982. In January, Mark began a new job as head of manufacturing for Applitek, a
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Greetings and salutations, this day after the blizzard of 1983. The winter has been so mild that today was the first time I could get out on the cross-country skis that Santa brought for Christmas. Here in scenic Stamford, the best
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Warm winds may be blowing when this publication reaches your door, but today I am confronted with 18 inches of the white stuff. Snowed in. Winter has come to Wellesley with a vengeance. A pristine, white blanket covers my
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Class Notes
1974
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Bill Cater
More real-life adventures of the class of '74. Strange as it may seem, our tenth reunion is just a bit more than one year away. Chris Gates informs me that the chairman of this incomparable decennial celebration will be none other
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
Watch your mailboxes. Invitations to Tom Snickenberger's wedding should be arriving any day. Car pools in all parts of the continent will be organized by the groom's family for the ceremonies. Yes, Tom's tying the knot this May
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
By the time you read this the worst will be over, but right now your faithful scribe finds himself mired in the middle of another breathtakingly bland Chicago winter. Although the local weather prognosticators are taking great
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Class Notes
1977
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Walter M. Wingate Jr.
Up at 6:00 a.m., headlong rush to class or work. Home late, a run or a couple of pops. The evening flies by, maybe the kid(s) won't quit crying. Rack and do it again in the morning. Days tumble one after another, monotony settles
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Class Notes
1978
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Jeff Immelt
"Mr. Weinberger, we demand deeper cuts in defense spending, particularly in the area of clandestine domestic activities," said Representative Jones, chairman of the House Budget Committee. "For instance, what is this socalled
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Class Notes
1979
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Libby Roberts
I am not sure whether Ruth Adams would be pleased or embarrassed to find out that one of her very own English 5-ers has become class secretary. But, alas, just as I only massacred Milton for one term, I will only subject you all
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Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Car others
For four years, he roamed the Ivy gridirons in dignified defense of the Dartmouth goal line. His end-to-end sprints on the lacrosse field earned him the title "commander" of the olives. That he chose to drive a Datsun 280-Z lent
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Gratuitous Rhetorical Twaddle. T. S. Eliot wrote that "between the Idea and the Reality lies the shadow." This is simply not true. Extensive personal research at the Library of Congress has revealed that what lies between the
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Class Notes
1982
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John King
As it has been nine months since our graduation, it is the appropriate time for me to set forth the ground rules for the class child. The following is from the Dartmouth Class Officers Manual, page 24, paragraph 6: "Announcing
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Clovers Bring Good Luck to Octogenarian
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Teri Allbright
Think back: a bright spring day; a picnic in a sunny meadow; the grownups tidy up the remnants of the feast while the children explore. One kid challenges another: "Bet you can't find a four-leaf clover!" And though youngsters
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ANNOUNCING
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Richard Owen Sits on Two Benches: Judicial and Piano
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Mary Bishop Ross
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood/And sorry I could not travel both . . . ," the poet lamented, "I took the one less traveled by. . . " Not so Richard Owen '45. But not that he took the more traveled byway - faced with two
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, 2nd Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call 518/449- 7188 CAPE COD, last Tuesday, Sept.-May, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis CHARLESTON-COASTAL, S.C.,
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Deaths
Deaths
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(This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the last issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretary, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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