Issue: 19830601

Wednesday, June 1, 1983
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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June 1983, Vol. 75, No. 9
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The Upstairs Gallery
The Upstairs Gallery
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Page's
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Lettter from the Editor
Editor's Remarks
Settling in in Hanover
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Douglas Greenwood
A lot of people have wanted to know just what's going on up here in the north country, what with all they read in the Times and such. The Old Guard has been pretty tough on everything from ROTC to my predecessor and there's been
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College Hill
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AVIS
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CHINA
CHINA
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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The Dinan Affair (Cont.)
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Fun Music Center
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ELEGANT! ADVENTURE!
ELEGANT! ADVENTURE!
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Hirschl & Adler
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THE COURT YARD
THE COURT YARD
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Invites You to Dine Simply, Elegantly.
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FLOATING HOTELS ON THE CANALS OF FRANCE
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ONCOLOGY IN THE EIGHTIES
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EVACUATION NOTICE
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BERMUDA
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ATTENTION
ATTENTION
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE
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Books
Reviews
Native Wood-notes
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Wilfrid Mellers
MUSIC IN THE NEW WORLD by Professor Charles Hamm Norton, 1983. 122 pp., $25.00, cloth
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Books
Reviews
The Right To Be Heard
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Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
FREE SPEECH: A PHILOSOPHICAL ENQUIRY by Frederick Schauer '67, TU'68 Cambridge University Press, 1982. 237 pp. $34-50 cloth, $9.50 paper
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Books
Reviews
Big Apple Circus
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Frank Small Wood '51
NEW YORK: THE POLITICS OF URBAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT by Michael N. Danielson and Jameson W. Doig '54 University of California Press. 1982: 347 pp.. $27.50. cloth
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21,22,23
Books
Reviews
Do-It-Yourself Computing
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William Y. Arms
EXECUTIVE COMPUTING: HOW TO GET IT DONE ON YOUR OWN by John M. Nevison '66 Addison-Wesley, 1982, 319 pp., $11.95, paper
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Books
Reviews
Back To The Land
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Jonathan Brownell
THE COMMUNITY LAND TRUST HANDBOOK by Charles Geisler '67, Rob Eshman '82, at al. Rodale Press, 1982. 230 pp., $9.95, paper
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ASSOCIATE EDITOR
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Dartmouth Authors
Dartmouth Authors
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Daniel Doan '36 has produced a completely revised new edition of his wellreceived Fifty More Hikes in New Hampshire (Countryman Press, 1983, 208 pp., paper.) Extensively rewritten to reflect the latest trail information and
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Ward Amidon
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Ivy League Alumni Magazines
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VICE-PRESIDENT ALUMNI AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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IVY LEAGUE MAGAZINES
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The College
Dartmouth's 213 th
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Dartmouth celebrated its 213 th consecutive Commencement on Sunday, June 12th, awarding nearly 1300 degrees before a sun-drenched audience of some 8,000 onlookers. Honorary degrees were awarded to seven, among them, two sons of
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The College
Honored Guests
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A new Dartmouth tradition has taken shape this year a banquet for senior honors students. Sponsored by a grant from the Braitmayer Foundation of Marion, Mass., the event was the brainchild of former College Vice President and
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The College
Ivy Conference on Nuclear Arms
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Late in April, the College sponsored a five-day Ivy League Conference and the Dartmouth Senior Symposium on Nuclear Arms. With 55 undergraduate representatives from the Ivy League schools and literally hundreds of other people
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The College
Revised D-Plan, New Dorm, Faculty Promotions OK'd
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At their June meeting, the Board of Trustees took action on several items. They approved a faculty-endorsed revision of the D-Plan, they authorized preliminary steps for construction of a new dormitory, and they promoted 20
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Article
The College
Smallwood to Direct Rockefeller Center
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Dr. Frank Smallwood, a distinguished political scientist and a member of the Dartmouth faculty for 23 years, will become the first director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences at Dartmouth.
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Article
The College
Alumni Council Meets
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For the first two days and they were the kind of days you would order for a Dartmouth get-together if you could the rain was nowhere in sight as the Alumni Council met in Hanover June 2nd through the 4th. From the Top of the
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The College
Hood M.useum Dedicated
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The torrents of spring did return to Hanover on Saturday, June 4th, but nothing could dampen the spirits of an estimated 300 people who turned out to witness the unveiling of the cornerstone for the Hood Museum of Art. Named
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The College
Woodsmen's Weekend: A Tribute to John Sloan Dickey
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Members of the Cabin and Trail Division of the DOC dedicated Woodsmen's Weekend to former Dartmouth President John Sloan Dickey who served from 1945 to 1970. "President Dickey stands out among college presidents not only for
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Article
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Give a Rouse for
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THOMAS P. CARPENTER '25, in whose honor an award for distinguished service to the National Health Council was named.
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Cover Story
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In Ledyard's Wake
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Jean Hanff Korelitz '83
"Hey Harry, what's that?" "What?"
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Feature
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Keeping Dartmouth Diverse
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Steve Farnsworth '83
America's lingering problem of racial segregation can again be seen on college campuses as black enrollment at predominantly white schools drops in response to this nation's "new conservatism" and rapidly rising tuition rates
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Feature
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Homely Truths
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S.G.
Novelist Kurt Vonnegut delivered the closing address of the Ivy League conference "Issues of Nuclear Arms" held last month at Dartmouth. Vonnegut, whose works include Slaughterhouse Five,Mother Night, Cat's Cradle, and Breakfast of
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Feature
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High Tech Crisis
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Shelby Grantham
Heady Stuff
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The Bottom Line
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Global Stakes
Imagine two presidents alone in a corporate conference room trying to strike a deal. One sports a gold watch cum calculator, the other smokes a pipe. The calculator wearer runs a large, growing computer company with 5,000 employees and
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Feature
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The View from the Women's Locker Room
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Agnes Kurtz
A celebration of ten years of coeducation
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The Way it Was
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COMMENCEMENT '83
Opposite: Leading the academic procession fromBaker Library, Dean Edward J. Shanahan isflanked by Governor John Sununu (to his right)and President David T. McLaughlin.
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Justifiable Pesticide
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Robert Bell '67
In which an undaunted alumnus in the wilds of the Berkshires draws the line
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Undergraduate Chair
Undergraduate Chair
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Steve Farnsworth '83
Nestled between College and Robinson Halls, is a squat little brick building that is the meeting and eating place for more people and more groups than almost anyone could name. The Collis College Center, now four years old, is
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Sports
Sports
Sports
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Brad Hills '65
Women's Crew 2nd in Nationals
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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Robert H. Austin '40
After a very wet and dismal March and April, spring has finally arrived in the North Country and it is most welcome. Now we can get out and begin to clean up the yard and get the gardens going. Not too much to report this month,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
Jack and Bertha Johnson celebrated the arrival of their second great-grandchild, born February 3 in Boston to Dr. and Mrs. Eric Kortz. This is their first great-grandson. Last July the baby's father started his internship at
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1916
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John D. Little
Mary Fuller (Mrs. Donald W.) is now our assistant class secretary. Mary, who was at our 65th reunion, has a son, Edward, class of'54, and a grandson, Robert E., class of 'BO. Mary is a paperweight collector a fitting hobby for a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
We receive all the bad news about class- mates, but are there not many of you who could send in some pleasant accounts of yourselves.' Are you traveling? Are you enjoying some form of interesting activity? Do you see any of your
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
After 48 years of playing her favorite game, golf, Billie Bemis (William's widow) made a hole-in-one. It was last winter at the Highland Park Club course in Lake Wales, Fla. Congratulations, Billie. I trust that club members
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
Nock Wallis died early in April. His formal obit will appear in this or the next issue. The Class and the College have lost a very loyal member. He has been the head class agent for many years and enabled the class to rack up a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Allan M. Cate
Wade Smith died on December 29, 1982, in California. Wes Jones died March 6. And sadly, Ralph Sunergren, from whom we heard in last month's column, has also died. Obituaries for Wade and Wes were in the May issue, and a tribute
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
All of us know that Vera Martin has been a loyal and devoted worker for 1921. When she became memorial chairman for the class, her interest became permanent. It is best to let Vera tell the story. "In 1947, I joined a drama
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
To the class of 1922, the phrase "Brooks Brothers" connotes much more than pink shirts and pinstripes. Our '22 family has its own "Brooks brothers" and they have distinction far beyond mere apparel. Our Brooks brothers are
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
As an appropriate postscript to last month's report on Carl Gray's ski-slope feats, I received the following note a few days ago from Marjory Wentworth, a friend of Henry Perkins's: "As secretary to a member of the class of 1930 I
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Edward Winsor
Many thanks to Robin Robinson for filling in on the May issue. You will be glad to know that when I went to the' Cape to talk to Dana Bent and pick up his material on the class, I found him very much improved. A few days earlier
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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H. Douglas Archibald
This is the last issue of this magazine to carry class notes until October, so we will remind you that the annual fall gathering and meeting of the executive committee for the class of 1925 is scheduled for September 16 and 17, the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Back in the twenties, June was a favorite time to be available for strawberry shortcake at Doc Griggs's. That was recalled to mind by a class birthday card response from Warren Fellingham, who wrote that before final exams he
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Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Life in Wayland in April can be pretty dull, especially if one is flat on one's back with the latest variety of flu and can find nothing better to do than to thumb through a 1927 college scrapbook. I was and I did. One interesting
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Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
The Class Officers Weekend, May 6—7, is always a good source of class news, so I came early to have time to make the rounds of various College offices like Admissions, Alumni Records, and the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Asking questions
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59
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Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
The more we learn to live with the problems of our older years, the less we like to hear about them. So it's good to pass on word from Al Downing, who just had to write to reminisce about what fun it was to be with Brett Sine on
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59,60,61
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Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
Greetings to you all from-your secretary, reinvigorated but tired from the Class Officers Weekend in Hanover actually a 24-hour work session. The highlight of the affair was the selection of Harry Condon as "Class Treasurer of
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60
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Class Notes
1931
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Roger H. Burrill
Somehow or other, this column is being put to bed late, insignificant, and bruised - but is nevertheless being put to bed.
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60,61
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Class Notes
1932
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Robert W. Mitchell
The hit of the show over Class Officers Weekend in May was a speech given by Dr. Hilda W. Sokol, an associate professor in the Department of Physiology at Dartmouth Medical School. Her talk included statistics, hot off the
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61,62,63
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Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
These notes are written on Sunday afternoon, May 1. You will read them after our 50th reunion is, I hope, fondly remembered and still talked about. And also because of the timing, I cannot even give you a report of Class Officers
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63
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Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
When the rains come and we read that some other area got more than we did, we think they're lucky their water reservoirs will be filled. But sometimes that rosy picture gets blurred as George and Kay Thomas found out. He wrote
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63,64
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Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
The annual Class Officers Weekend in Hanover has just concluded. Though one member of 1935 was unable to attend, nine of us, plus wives, were on hand to claim the largest single class attendance for the series of meetings.
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64,65
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Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
Miscellaneous Musings from the Merry Month of May:
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65
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
A long phone conversation with Bob Mullken revealed a very active guy who claims to be retired at least it's true he no longer works for Hoyt Laboratories, the pharmaceutical out fit. His lifetime love is running, as well we
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65,66
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Class Notes
1938
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Augustus W. Hennessey Jr.
By the time you read this, we shall know whether or not the Class Officers Weekend, held May 6—7, was successful weatherwise. As we put this column to bed, though, it looks as if it might be a washout! The May 2 issue of Time
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66
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
As we set these words to paper we are just back from N.Y.C., where the class executive committee held its spring meeting at the offices maintained by Bert MacMannis at the Reader's Digest headquarters in the Pan Am building. Present
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67
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard, J. Goulder
The first weekend in May, as this is being written, officers of many classes are gathered in Hanover to attend the annual meetings for their respective functions. Your class was very well represented, with the secretary the lone
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67,68
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
It's my pleasure to present your once and future newsletter editor, Don Hagen. Don wrote "Dope From the Duckboards" from 1956 into the early sixties and has agreed to take over again. I'll tell you that Don and Jane live in
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68
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Class Notes
1942
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David R. Sargent
A sepulchral voice called the other day and drew our attention to a grevious error in the April issue of the D.A.M. Somehow or other, our hairy-chested classmate Hazen Hinman came out Hazel Hinman. We apologize profusely and
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68,69
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Class Notes
1943
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Herbert L. Marx Jr.
As this is the final class notes column in my two terms of service as class secretary, I'll take this occasion to recall some of the events commemorated here in the past decade.
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69
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
As is our wont, we want to keep reminding you and reminding you: our Phantasmagorical Phortieth reunion is scheduled for a year from now—June 11-13, 1984. So, grab la plume desa tante sur la fenetre and mark your calendars toutsuite. Or
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69,70
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Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. W ason
Lakes Region General Hospital, Laconia, N.H.: A person purporting to be (and even confirmed as) secretary of the class of 1945 lies abed here with a broken leg in a plaster cast. Hospital officials would say only that operational
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70,71
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
College sources have passed along word of the activities of Renold Thompson, who is president of Oglebay Norton Company, a Cleveland-based raw materials and Great Lakes marine transportation company. It serves the steel,
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70,71
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Class Notes
1947
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Hamilton Chase
This column is being prepared in April, is due by May 1, and will be read in late June, after our reunion.
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71
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
These notes are being written on May 1. By the time they are read in late June, 1948's 35th reunion will be history and the 100 or so classmates plus families now expected to be on hand will have come and gone. It goes without
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71,72
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Class Notes
1949
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Vail K. Haak Jr.
There is a real knack to summing up. Most people don't have it. They tend to repeat what has already been said and seldom come to any conclusions.
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72,73
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
A little time, and attitudes change. Last month the alternatives were bleak: rain, an unkempt yard, the I.R.S. This month, finally, spring has arrived, gloriously. The tennis courts are playable. A good New York Times crossword
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73
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Class Notes
1951
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Dave Wiggins
It is with sadness that I report the death of Jerry Bogdan. Sam Chu was good enough to write a tribute to Jerry for us. The more factual portions are included in the obituary section of this issue, and Sam's personal comments follow:
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73,74
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
Let's hope that spring has come and gone without too many of you or your kinfolk having been washed downstream. Did you ever see so much water?
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74,75
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
Every spring there are a lot of reasons for returning to the Hanover Plain. Freshman Patents Weekend in April brought a crowd of 45 to the '53 cocktail party and dinner hosted by Dick and Vivian Cahn. In May, we had 100 per
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74,75,76
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
My New England liaison, Fred Alpert, sent me a recent issue of the Boston Globe featuring a nationally syndicated article about Don Keller, boss of the hot-performing Keystone S-4 Fund. The $650-million Boston Fund, up more
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76
Class Notes
Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
On Sunday, April 17, there was a segment on 60 Minutes regarding a controversial matter within the F.B.I. One of the bureau's veteran agents was caught shoplifting while serving in an undercover role, was prosecuted, and was
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76,77
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
For most of the class, this year or next will be our 50th year. By the time this is printed, 35 classmates will have reached the half-century mark. In this and forthcoming issues, classmates whose birthdays fall in successive
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77
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
In writing these columns, class secretaries try to avoid repeating the same names month after month. Sometimes this is a hard task. For example, that hyperactive San Francisco group was at it again with an April cocktail and dinner
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77,78
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
Peter Jaquith, lawyer and partner in the investment banking firm of Lazard Freres, has been elected to the board of directors of Mott's Supermarkets, East Hartford, Conn. Across Connecticut, Champion International Corporation,
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78,79
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
The class's Alumni Fund participation is outpacing previous years, and it is hoped that we can achieve best-ever results as a build-up for our 25th reunion year in 1984. Please send in your check today we need everyone' support!
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79
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Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
Having just returned from Hanover, I feel as though I have been given an injection of spirit, a renewal of commitment toward my responsibilities. A combination of Green Key Weekend and activities at Hopkins Center and elsewhere
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79,80
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
Jake Gillespie and Steve Bos worth were received with real fanfare in Hanover as our latest "Class of 1961 Fellows," with lots of publicity, big crowds, and a really positive response.
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80,81
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Class Notes
1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
I was fortunate to be among several of our classmates at the first annual presentation luncheon for the awarding of the " 1962 Faculty Fellowship." The very impressive program for the luncheon, held on April 16 at the Hanover
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81,82
Class Notes
Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
We re fervently looking forward to the lazy, hazy days ahead, but let's retreat for the moment to the middle of spring when the Bruins and the Celtics were trying for an all-Boston hockey/basketball sweep, keeping things exciting
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82
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Hello, classmates, this is Rhona Varkas reporting from posh Key Biscayne. How about this for some panache? It seems Gib Myers and son Brit, five, set the San Francisco fashion world on fire by attending a matinee performance
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82,83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
The responsibility of the College at any given time is to the undergraduates of that period but the reputation of the College at any given time is largely in the hands of the alumni Ernest Martin Hopkins (1917)
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83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
There are just three things I want to say before you read this column again next fall.
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83,85
Class Notes
Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
Our reunion will be history by the time you read this column. Many of us will have returned to Hanover for a few days of reminiscence and gone our separate ways again, with what I hope will be nothing but the fondest memories for
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85
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Class Notes
1968
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David Loring
Steve Shechtman, director of financial planning and analysis at Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Inc. for the past two years, has been elected vice president of financial planning. He joined Seagram ten years ago as an account
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85
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
I have some glad tidings this month. First of all, word has reached me that Skip and Marilyn Sturman are the proud parents of a baby girl named Cara Bekman. Cara was born in April and weighed in at over six pounds.
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85,86
Class Notes
Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news items is word that Mike and Chris Fay are the parents of a baby boy, Matthew Joseph, born March 9. Young Matthew weighed in at seven pounds, six ounces. On a similar note, Jim Wallace writes: "Debbie and
4719181_19830601_000134.xml
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86
Class Notes
Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Due to the recently-assumed joys of homeownership, I regret that the extent of the 1972 class notes this month is to notify everyone of our new address, above. See you all in the falll
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86
Class Notes
Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
I'm a little light on news this month, so this will be short and sweet.
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86,87
Class Notes
Class Notes
1974
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Bill Cater
Another month with slim pickings in the mailbox! However, the '74 news continues...
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87
Class Notes
Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
The June notes always present an excellent opportunity to rummage through my tattered files to ensure that no juicy tidbit has been overlooked in the rush to meet Dana Grossman's deadlines. And sure enough, it happened again. I
4719181_19830601_000138.xml
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87,88
Class Notes
Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
By now there is yet another class ready to set foot in the cold, cruel world and watch its class column progress towards the front of the ALUMNI MAG. Maybe I'll have to pull aside 1983's newly-appointed scribe and brief her or him
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88
Class Notes
Class Notes
1977
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Walter M. W ingate Jr.
The pile of mail on this desk, in its entirety, consists of wedding announcements and wedding results. Clearly, my admonitions of months past have fallen upon deaf ears. Though these be joyous occasions and celebrations of
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88,89
Class Notes
Class Notes
1978
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Jeff Immelt
Although Henry Kauffman may attribute the bull market to lower interest rates and signs of recovery, the Journal reports another possibility Ed Snook. It seems the bears are running scared now that the former Outland Trophy
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article
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89
Class Notes
Class Notes
1979
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Libby Roberts
Graduations, marriages, Father's Day . . . typical June news. Let's hear the scoop from you non-students, you single, you non-parent folks. With this, issue ends my tenure as class secretary (whew!) and ends our column till the
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article
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89,90
Class Notes
Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
In some respects, it all seemed so familiar. Driving north on Route 89, I saw the last traces of snow beside the road. After all, it was just April. And this was New Hampshire. But Mother Nature cooperated and the skies were
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90
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
. . . Now, where were we? Ah yes! I remember! You were in the process of stuffing an envelope with all the cash in your house and sending it to me, weren't you? That's right. Cash is a burden, after all, and given the financial
4719181_19830601_000144.xml
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90,91
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Class Notes
1982
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Emily P. Bakemeier
Commencement. Another year, another class. Yet, like every other class, we, the class of 1982,' tend to think of ours as a "special class. We are special. The individuals in our class very special people for whom commencement
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51,52
Article
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COMMENCEMENT 1983 ADDRESSES and CITATIONS
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The Reverend Warner B. Traynham '57
Vox Clamantis In Deserto: Parate Viam Domini
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53,54
Article
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Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
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Paul A. Volcker
It is a special privilege and honor for me to be with you members of the graduating class of Dartmouth, family and friends on this most auspicious of all days on the college calendar.
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55,56,57
Article
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Honorary Degree Citations
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William Redington Hewlett
4719181_19830601_000148.xml
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57,58
Article
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Valedictory Address
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Stephen M. Jennings '83
Mr. President, Governor Sununu, Trustees, Faculty, Honored Guests and Graduates:
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58
Article
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President David T. McLaughlin Valedictory
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Men and Women of the Class of 1983:
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Article
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Historical musings: Mitchell '32 on Occom and Haynes
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Robert W. Mitchell '32
Robert W. Mitchell '32, editor of Vermont's major statewide daily, the Rutland Herald, has become interested in two fascinating characters connected with Dartmouth's early years. His informal research on them illuminates the intertwined histories
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Naugaturk Daily News
Naugaturk Daily News
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84
Article
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A Day in the Life of an Astronomer: Jonathan Grindlay '66
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Rick Mac Millan '66
9:00 a.m.: The Park Circle bus stops at the corner of Pleasant Street on the Arlington-Belmont line. It is a bright morning. The bus is crowded as it grinds its way down the bill to Cambridge. Jonathan Grindlay '66 is already reviewing "preprints"
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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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Classified
Classified
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4719181_19830601_000171.xml
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McLaughry Associates, Inc.
McLaughry Associates, Inc.
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4719181_19830601_000172.xml
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Hire Education.
Hire Education.
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4719181_19830601_000173.xml
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Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo
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