Issue: 19831001

Saturday, October 1, 1983
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PUBLISHED FOR GRADUATES OFDARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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VERMONT CASTINGS
VERMONT CASTINGS
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Co-op Christmas Suggestions
Co-op Christmas Suggestions
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Ford
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OCTOBER 1983
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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Lettter from the Editor
Eitor's Remarks:
75 and Counting
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Douglas Greenwood
We're celebrating our 75th Anniversary this month, and of all the alumni magazines still in business at American colleges and universities, that puts us among the ten oldest. Just how old some of the others are is a bit tougher
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Smithsonian
Smithsonian
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SWAN HELLENIC
SWAN HELLENIC
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Seeing Red
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U.S. Trust
U.S. Trust
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Dartmouth invites you to consider a Master's degree in information systems from the Program in Computer and Information Science
Dartmouth invites you to consider a Master's degree in information systems from the Program in Computer and Information Science
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SAM SKURNICK
SAM SKURNICK
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SAM SKURNICK
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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AVIS DARTMOUTH ALUMNI SPECIAL
AVIS DARTMOUTH ALUMNI SPECIAL
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The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm
The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm
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CORBIN Ltd.
CORBIN Ltd.
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S motor lodge
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Megatrends
Megatrends
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The Newly Renovated BRADFORD MILL Offers Space for Commercial Use
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Books
Reviews
Putting Your Best Food Forward
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Carole Ann Stashwick, M.D.
A DOCTOR'S GUIDE TO FEEDING YOUR CHILD by Stephen J. Atwood '68, M.D. Mdcmillan, 1982. 248 pp. $12.95
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Books
Reviews
The Alchemist
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Robert H. Ross '38
YEATS by Douglas Archibald '55 Syracuse University Press, 1983. 280 pp. $25.00
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Books
Reviews
"A Mess of Russians"
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Charles B. McLane '41
THE SIBERIAN RESERVOIR by lan Bush Houghton Mifflin Company, 1983. 465 pp., $16.95
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Books
Reviews
Man of Letters
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Colette Gaudin
THE LETTERS OFGUST AVE FLAUBERT, 1857-1880 Edited and translated by Francis Steegmuller '21 The Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press, 1982. 336 pp., $15.00.
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Wuesters The world through nature tours.
Wuesters The world through nature tours.
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Dartmouth takes to the slopes
Dartmouth takes to the slopes
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The Dartmouth Outing Club
The Dartmouth Outing Club
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"PAGE 44 CHANGED MY LIFE."
"PAGE 44 CHANGED MY LIFE."
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To the author in search of a publisher
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Rulon-Miller Books
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SOUTH SEAS TRAVEL
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Dartmouth Authors
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Edward Connery Lathem '51 and Hyde Cox, editors, Prose Jottings of Robert Frost:Selections from His Notebooks and Miscellaneous Manuscripts. Northeast-Kingdom Publishers (Lunenburg, Vermont) 1983. 145 pp., cloth. The editors have
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Dear Dartmouth Alums
Dear Dartmouth Alums
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JOIN US at the Ocean Reef Club
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Undergraduate Chair
The Dartmouth Intern: Spying on the Real World
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Laurie Kretchmar '84
Susan was agitated. At age 23, a graduate of a private university with a major in journalism, she was about to launch a job hunt and she really didn't know the process. What should she do first? Send a potential employer her
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WHY A SOUTHWICK SUIT LOOKS LIKE IT WAS MADE FOR YOU.
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Grossman & Co.
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EASTMAN VISITOR CENTER
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The College
Convocation '83
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Dartmouth College began its 214 th academic year with convocation ceremonies on Monday, September 19 in Thompson Arena. The ceremonies included addresses by senior class president Steven R. Lipscomb;' David Rockefeller,
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The College
Give a Rouse for
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ANTHONY LUKEMAN '54, named commander of the Marine Corps base at Camp Pendleton.
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The College
On Being Involved
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David Rockefeller urged Dartmouth students to get involved, or risk leaving the field of public policy "in the hands of misguided zealots who are always willing to take positions."
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The College
Bud Weymouth '20 the Answer Man
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For 22 summers beginning in 1954, Burdette "Bud" Weymouth was ambassador extraordinary for Dartmouth College, Hanover, and the Upper Valley as manager of the distinctive information booth on the edge of the Dartmouth green.
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The College
New Director of Film Named
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William Pence, founder and director of the Telluride Film Festival, an event which the New York Times called the"most original, and in many ways most stimulating of the major film festivals," has been named the first director
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The College
Eberhart's "Fish Dinner"
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Pulitzer Prize-winning Richard Eberhart '26 wrote "Fish Dinner 1983" to commemorate the 175 th anniversary of the birth of Edwin D. Sanborn (Class of 1832), for whom Sanborn House is named. Prof. Eberhart spent part of the
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The College
Soviets "Vastly Different" Says Salisbury
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An increasing number of American educators are realizing that this country's scholarship on the Soviet Union is woefully inadequate. And the fact that the number of students studying Russian at American colleges and
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Feature
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Fish Dinner 1983
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Richard Eberhart '26
If I were Professor Sanborn I would be glad to be born And would wonder what I meant (Whether to hell or heaven sent) And whether I would be greater A hundred years plus later.
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The Magazine at 75
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D.M.G.
In recognition of the Magazine's 75th Anniversary, we have included two pictorial spreads- one on the Editorial Succession (which might well be called "the Hopkins Succession ) and the second featuring representative covers from the past.
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The Editorial Succession 1908-83
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Ernest Martin Hopkins '01 (1908-10)
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The Starting Point
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Ernest Martin Hopkins '01
In the first issue of The Dartmouth BiMonthly anteceding by three years the birth of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE, President Tucker wrote in his own terse style, "The publication of this magazine is to be considered as an
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40 Years at the Helm
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Charlie Widmayer '30
The man who was the Magazine for four decades recalls the way it was
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The Widmayer Touch
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Cliff Jordan '45
Just over ten years ago, June 1973, Charles Edward Widmayer '30 rose to his feet following a delightful retirement dinner in his honor at the Dartmouth Outing Club House. Avoiding the usual platitudes offered on such an
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The Dartmouth Alumni Magazine and Operation Moonshooter
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C.E.W.
As a footnote to the story of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE in the postwar years, a joint editorial enterprise called Operation Moonshooter deserves to be remembered. Beyond the supplements, syndicated articles, and trustee
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The Dinan Decade
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Shelby Grantham
The issue of October 1973, the first after Charlie Widmayer's retirement as editor, carried at the end of the "College" section a modest disclaimer: "The new kid usually comes into town with flamboyant plans for change. So,
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Artists in Residence
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Churchill P. Lathrop
A noble experiment which continues to this day
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Lessons from the Past
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Allen A. Ryan '66
Like most of my classmates at Dartmouth, I was born in the closing days of World War 11. We grew up under that shadow of nuclear war and came of age with John F. Kennedy, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and Watergate.
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The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences at Dartmouth College
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Shelby Grantham
The death in 1979 of Nelson A. Rockefeller '30 prompted his family to consider a momument to his memory at Dartmouth College, to which Rockefeller, long a trustee, had contributed greatly. His son Rodman contacted then
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Doubt and Passion: Notes on Contemporary American Novelists
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Horace Porter
IF you were asked to name several contemporary American novelists whose books possess significant literary and social merit, which novelists would you choose? This is a question that I am asked rather frequently. Whenever I
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Feature
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Rudolph Ruzicka's Two Dartmouth Medals
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Edward Connery Lathem
During the past summer, the College, as possessor of the most extensive institutional collection of his papers and works, commemorated through the mounting of a major exhibition in Baker Library the centennial of the birth of
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Meet Ted Leland
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Brad Hills '65
"I may be accused of a lot of other things, but being passive and not having firm ideas about the direction and the quality of the programs we offer will not be one . . ."
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Sports
Sports
Green as in Erin
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Karthy Slattery
Some folks will do anything for a homecooked meal, and Mary Corrigan Twyman is no exception. In early September, Twyman led her varsity field hockey team on a 10-day, six-game tour of Ireland. A native of Dublin, Twyman
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Sports
Sports
Championship Form
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Karthy Slattery
In May, Dartmouth junior Sue Johnson had a decision to make. Usually frugal, she wondered, should she spend $35 on a new sand wedge, a nifty Tom Watson model, or make do with her old club?
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Sports
Sports
On the Receiving End
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B.H. '65
Jack Daly will probably attract a crowd this year. The talented senior split end expects that he will see double and triple defensive coverage from Dartmouth's football rivals because of the statistics he compiled during the
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Sports
Sports
Student Body Right
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Karthy Slattery
It is called, simply, Play 18. In football parlance, it's referred to as the pitchsweep. And over the years, Play 18 has caused more consternation for Dartmouth gridiron opponents than any other entry in the Big Green playbook.
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New NCAA Recruiting Rule
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(effective Aug. 1, 1983) "All contact in-person with a prospective student-athlete or the prospect's relatives or legalguardian for the purpose of recruitment shallbe made by institutional staff members. Suchin-person, off-campus contact by
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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Bertrand C. French
The class of 1909's 75th reunion is coming up next June, 1984! All six class members, together with spouses and widows, sons and daughters, AND others are expected! At the 70th reunion in 1979, the nine members voted that their
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Class Notes
1914
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Robert H. Austin '40
After a long, hot, and dry summer, we in New Hampshire are beginning to have a few showers and a little cooler weather. For some reason there is not much to report this time. A note from Alan M. Overton tells us that he has a
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Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
The September issue of the "Sentry" used all the class news available, and therefore we have the space now to add a bit to the material presented in the obituary for John White, which appeared in the September ALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edvard E. Martin
Your secretary has been laid up all summer. On May 14 I played 18 holes of golf (do not ask the score) and after lunch fell in the Brae Burn parking lot. Why, no one knows. However, I fractured my pelvis and was in the hospital for
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Class Notes
1920
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Allan M. Cate
J. Almus Russell died August 3. I had received a letter from him dated May 1 telling of two recently-published articles: "Fishermen Called It White Lightning on the Spring Shad Run' in the April Outdoor Journal and "Super Duper
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
Here we go again the start of a beautiful new year. I shall be expecting all the men and women of the class to write with breathless haste about the interesting events of the past year. Your classmates truly wish to read about
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Class of' 22, you did it again, as you continued to break Alumni Fund records last spring. "Wah-Hoo-Wah!" Our $44,986 was the largest donation ever for a class 61 years out of college. This '22 contribution surpassed the prior
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
Charlie Zimmerman's and Bud Freeman's Alumni Fund and scholarship fund reports brought you the final details of 192 3's 60th reunion. Alumni Fund gifts totaled $123,968 a new record for a 60-year class. Final figures for the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Edward Winsor
Four deaths to report on in One issue is too many. We shall all miss Dick Hess, Count ShvetzofF, Ken Bubier, and Doug Craig. More details will appear in this or subsequent issues in the obituary section.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Doug Archibald decided for health reasons that he should turn over the jobs of class secretary and newsletter editor, and President Bill Jenkins twisted your new scribe's arm until he reluctantly agreed to step into one of those
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
The 46th annual 1926 Hanover mid-summer get-together was celebrated August 19-20 with 16 on hand. Cocktails Friday, followed by dinner on the Inn terrace with Mike McGean '49-as a special guest, got the event off to a good
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Summer has come and gone since our last report. We hope it was a good one for you.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
On our birthday card to Wat Dickerman, we asked what's doing with the traveling Dickermans. Wat and Eleanor came from San Francisco to attend our 50th reunion and took long freighter trips before and after it, but did not show
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Duke Barto tells the executive committee he can no longer do his best presiding at meetings and has turned in his gavel. Trunkie Brittan's health makes it wise for him to stick with his yeoman duties as vice president and reunion
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
Can you remember July 12, 1933? The market probably was still going down. Maybe by then you had landed a job that paid $25 a week. But that day meant a lot more than that to Kay and Lee Chilcote, because it was their wedding
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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William L. Wilson
You'll hardly be surprised when I say I am starting on the assignment of writing these monthly columns with the gravest of misgivings misgivings that only you, gentle readers, can cure. Except for some wonderful help from
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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Benjamin IV. Drew
Have we not all dreamed of being in some strange place and wondered what we were doing there? That is how I feel at having accepted Jim Corbett's invitation to become your class secretary. Why, I ask myself, should I presume to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
In the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, I took more than my allotted space, thanks to a very kind editor who felt that a 50th reunion deserved a little elasticity in the rules. These present notes may cover more that I couldn't
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62,63
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Class Notes
1934
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[no value]
[no value]
Richard F. Gruen
No doubt a lot of you have moved around since I ended my June column with a promise of fresh travel reports. Did any of you top the leisurely trip that Charlie and Amy Rolfe took via train across Canada, by freighter to Taiwan,
4719181_19831001_000085.xml
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63
63,64
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Class Notes
1935
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[no value]
[no value]
Richard D. Muzzy
For a year or so now, our 50th reunion chairman, Don Radasch, has been at work on plans for that big event in June of 1985. Don has now announced the make-up of his committee. The officers are: John Wallace, vice chairman; Al
4719181_19831001_000086.xml
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64
64,65
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Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
Please note above the change of address for your secretary. It all started last winter when I asked Red Pounder in Harwichport about economical Cape living accommodations. He called me from his Florida location and asked me to
4719181_19831001_000087.xml
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65
65,66
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Flash! We quote a postcard from old roomie Joe Tardiff: "Just wanted you to know that yesterday (May 17) I stood on top of Springer Mountain in Georgia, thus completing the Appalachian Trail 2,100 miles of toil, sweat, and
4719181_19831001_000088.xml
article
66
66
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Class Notes
1938
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Augustus W. Hennessey Jr.
Labor Day is just ahead as I write but will be long gone when you read this. Then, what is time? "Given time, you could bail out the ocean with a bucket." Our new class president. Bob Reeve, in his August letter, filled you in
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article
66
66,67
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Class Notes
1939
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[no value]
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Richard S. Jackson
Sadly, we open this new year of class columns by recording the death of a courageous classmate. Bob Richman passed away on July 19 from effects of cancer.(His obituary will be in this or a later issue.)
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article
66
66,67,68
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
Because the doorbell has rung with a bit more frequency during the summer, now almost passed, the news of '40s is fresh and interesting and will be relayed to you as space permits.
4719181_19831001_000091.xml
article
68
68
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Class Notes
1941
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[no value]
[no value]
Robert W. Harvey
We have to play a lot of catch-up this month. With the arrival of the remainder of last year's dues-notices, I'm up to my elbows in news items, some of them almost a year old. Will try to get the decks cleared as quickly as possible
4719181_19831001_000092.xml
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68
68,69
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Class Notes
1942
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David R. Sargent
Charlie Hunt of Atlantic, IA, telephoned to see how your secretary fared in the cross-lowa bike ride (fine) and reported that he is getting along well as a retired corn and cattle farmer. He and his brother used to farm some 4,000
4719181_19831001_000093.xml
article
69
69
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Class Notes
1943
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Tom W. Gerber
With only the final details to be ironed out, it's reasonably certain that Bob Lappin of Swampscott, MA, has acquired the Frankford Arsenal in Philadelphia for a top bid of $3 million. Bob is president of Shetland Properties in
4719181_19831001_000094.xml
article
69
69,70
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
A whoopity-do-da for Dick Mayberry, our intrepid class head agent, who led 1944 to a world record in this year's Alumni Fund for a class 39 years after graduation. Dick, and 39 intrepid regional agents and special chairmen,
4719181_19831001_000095.xml
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70
70,71
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Class Notes
1945
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[no value]
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Austin B. Wason
Many thanks to those of you who dropped me notes of encouragement after reading of my problem in the June issue. Rather than clutter up this column, I have sent George Barr a reasonably detailed account of my "ordeal," hopefully
4719181_19831001_000096.xml
article
71
71
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
Finally I have been able to catch up with old roommate Charlie French in Wolfeboro, NH. Charlie still looks terrific. He recently lightened his prodigious load by selling his Lakeview Oil Company and appliance businesses, but
4719181_19831001_000097.xml
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71
71,72
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Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
Hi again, classmates and friends. It's early August, and we're writing for a September 1 deadline, for the October issue. Dottie and I spend a great deal of time together in a sailboat out of Vineyard Haven. On our way sailing a
4719181_19831001_000098.xml
article
72
72
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
These notes are written in late August of 1983, when our College on the Hill is commencing what is calculated to be its 215 th academic year since its founding in 1769 on the banks of the Connecticut by our intrepid and bold
4719181_19831001_000099.xml
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72
72,73
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Class Notes
1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
There are vestiges of memories from reunion which demand notation. On the Wednesday of reunion, at Rollins Chapel, classmates gathered for a memorial service for deceased class members. People like Zeke Straw, Carl Struever,Stu
4719181_19831001_000100.xml
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73
73,74
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
Once again, into the fray. Fall deadlines come with summer's end. Or, at least, the signs. But this summer persists, unyielding, unending. The deadline, a fixed date, remains, beckoning into the fray. A new college year opens,
4719181_19831001_000101.xml
article
74
74
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Class Notes
1951
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Dave Wiggins
The mailman delivered all kinds of news and information this summer on '51ers and their activities which will all unfold here in the coming months. Mish Cohen, a rioted scholar in the philosophy of law and philosophy of
4719181_19831001_000102.xml
article
74
74,75
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
The smoke has cleared, and the class wound up second in its Green Derby group. Dick McDonough and his able troops corralled 68.6 percent of the class to contribute over 106 percent of our dollar objective for a combined rating
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article
75
75
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
Wow! There is a bunch of news to pass on What a summer!
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76
76
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
Fred Page has been appointed to the post of vice president for business planning and control for the domestic and international pharmaceutical operations of the Schering-Plough Corporation. Fred will be responsible for
4719181_19831001_000105.xml
article
76
76,77
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
The summer of 1983 is history and now it's back to business as usual. First some recent East Coast promotions.
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77
77
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Nialin
Trinity Church at the head of Wall Street seems an unlikely place to meet a classmate. On May 6, however, a University Glee Club concert there afforded your secretary the opportunity to first hear and later talk with Al Welty,
4719181_19831001_000107.xml
article
77
77,78
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
Two of our class architects were recently in the news. Mort Scharmann, one of the real live wires of the 25th reunion, has unmasked his serious and professional side by recently being elected president of the New Jersey
4719181_19831001_000108.xml
article
78
78,79,80
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
Summer promotions and honors always brighten the first column of the year. Gerald Garbacz has been promoted by W. R. Grace and Company to senior vice president and deputy grup executive of the general business group. He moved
4719181_19831001_000109.xml
article
80
80
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
I hope everyone had a fine summer and is now rarin' to go as we head into our 25th reunion year. We began autumn with a good flow of communications which have come in during the past several months. Do keep it up!
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80,81
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Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
And so we're at the beginning of another new school year, bringing us that much closer to our grand and glorious 25th. We will be bringing you, we hope, lots of news in the coming months from around the country as various
4719181_19831001_000111.xml
article
81
81
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
Greetings from Hanover.
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82
82
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Class Notes
1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
Class President Josh Rich, who is also vice president of the Class Presidents Association, forwarded to me a year-end newsletter on the June meetings of the Alumni Council and of the board of trustees, and some news of the 1983
4719181_19831001_000113.xml
article
82
82,83,84
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
All right! The class of 1963 set a new Dartmouth 20-year-out Alumni Fund record with $ 108,774 raised as of July, nearly $9,000 more than the existing record held by the class of 1958.
4719181_19831001_000114.xml
article
84
84
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Happy belated Labor Day to you, happy belated Labor Day to you, happy belated Labor Day to all my classmates, happy belated Labor Day to you. If you think I have flipped out, you're right. Call it my midlife crisis. I am now a
4719181_19831001_000115.xml
article
84
84,85
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Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
Every great reward entails some risk, and the greater the risk, the greater the reward!
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article
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85,86
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Class Notes
1966
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Rick Mac Millan
It's fall again; the summer's gone. It is time to get out your quills and drop me a line and bring me up to date on your summer happenings, births, marriages (there are a few of you left still), job changes, etc. But before we get
4719181_19831001_000117.xml
article
86
86
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
The mailbag's reasonably full this month, thanks to a full summer's accumulation of correspondence. To all of you who wrote, thanks.
4719181_19831001_000118.xml
article
86
86,87
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Class Notes
1968
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Bob Block
Although my name appears at the top of September's article, Dave Loring, our ambitious outgoing scribe, put together the excellent review of our 15th. He deserves many a "Wah-Hoo-Wah" for his years of unstinting service! He
4719181_19831001_000119.xml
article
87
87,88
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Class Notes
1969
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Rick Willets
Fortunately, I have been provided with enough grist for the mill that I can hammer out a column this month. However, unless more of you drop me a line, the months to come will be filled with stories of how I spent my summer
4719181_19831001_000120.xml
article
88
88
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
It is hard to believe that the summer has come and gone and that we are already back in print. It will be nice to be hearing from you again, and for many of us to get together for football games and other activities this fall. I
4719181_19831001_000121.xml
article
88
88,89
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Doug Urban wed Kathryn Nelson on May 21 in Hillsborough, CA. Brother Roger Urban '65 was best man, and Doug's parents, Harriot and Joseph Urban '39, were in attendance. After a wedding trip to England and France, Doug and
4719181_19831001_000122.xml
article
89
89
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
Greetings. I hope your summer was a satisfactory prelude for this winter, which, according to the woodchucks, squirrels, and other such knowledgable creatures, is going to be a real rip-snorter.
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article
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89,90
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Greetings. I'm writing this column during the July heat wave although you will not be receiving it until the cooler days of autumn. I hope that everyone had an enjoyable summer. And now with the fall before us, I trust that many
4719181_19831001_000124.xml
article
90
90
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Class Notes
1974
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Bill Cater
The weather may still be suited to the Fourth of July, but fall is just around the corner. The signs are definitely there the Yankees are headed south and pigskins are once again migrating. So it's time to dust off the desk, shake
4719181_19831001_000125.xml
article
90
90,91
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
Welcome back to the column. I hope everyone had a great summer. I understand that this is my last year as class secretary (wait for applause to die down), so if any classmates want the excitement of corresponding with someone
4719181_19831001_000126.xml
article
91
91
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
Welcome, friends and neighbors, to another edition of 1976's class column. Trusting that all of you had a pleasant summer and finding the mailbag surprisingly stuffed, I will get right to this month's news.
4719181_19831001_000127.xml
article
91
91,92
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Class Notes
1977
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Walter M. Wingate Jr.
Our beautiful downtown dome has survived the summer - in other words, it has not collapsed in four consecutive months; three hardy classmates braved rumors of outpost conditions and visited the Twin Cities; and the mailbox has
4719181_19831001_000128.xml
article
92
92
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Class Notes
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
This is the first column from your new team of co-secretaries, Catherine Cates and Anne Barschall. We will be alternating months in writing the column. Send news to either of us and we will shuttle information between ourselves
4719181_19831001_000129.xml
article
92
92,93
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Class Notes
1979
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Libby Roberts
"Oh, it's her again . . . sigh." I know I promised that you would not hear from me any more, but as I write this with the necessary lead time for the October issue, the ballots are still rolling in. But this is it! Fini! Kaput!
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94
94
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Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Welcome back to "The Making of a Monster, Volume IV. When last you heard, your faithful scribe witnessed the ice going out on the Connecticut River in time to bid adieu for the summer recess. Now, 38 beach parties and three
4719181_19831001_000131.xml
article
94
94,95
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Sometime during the early. 17th century, which, if you'll recall, was roughly coincidental with Great Britain's continuing game of monarchical musical chairs, the playwright John Fletcher penned a couplet that still rings true
4719181_19831001_000132.xml
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96
96
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Class Notes
1982
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John King
Welcome back to another year of rumors,, half-truths, and jests. I didn't hear from too many folks this summer, so I assumed no news was good news until I saw Kelly Dixon and Alison Schmults. They paid me a visit the other day
4719181_19831001_000133.xml
article
96
96,97
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Class Notes
1983
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Judith Bell
Before I get on with this column, let me quote F. Scott Fitzgerald, who observed that "the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to
4719181_19831001_000134.xml
article
79
79
Article
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Former "Wearer of the Green" now sports black and white
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Steve Farnsworth '83
Getting in touch with a vice president of one of America's major insurance brokerage firms is no easy task, but it becomes doubly difficult if that executive spends his weekends roaming about the country officiating at pro football
4719181_19831001_000135.xml
article
83
83
Article
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Edward Emerson '63: "Hellbent for leather" towards Olympic gold
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Harry R. Zlokower '63
For most athletes, world-class competition after age 40 is a dream, more likely enjoyed in the role of trainer, coach, or spectator. Unless, of course, you happen to be Edward Emerson '63 and have your eye on the 1984 Olympic
4719181_19831001_000136.xml
article
95
95
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 518/449- 7188 CAPE COD, last Tuesday, Sept.-May, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis CHARLESTON-COASTAL, SC,
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97,98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,112,114
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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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[no value]
Hirschl & Adler Galleries Inc
Hirschl & Adler Galleries Inc
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000167.xml
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106
106
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RESTORED 1880 SCHOOL HOUSE
RESTORED 1880 SCHOOL HOUSE
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000168.xml
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107
107
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HANOVER 17 SCHOOL STREET CONDOMINIUMS OFFERING: PHASE II
HANOVER 17 SCHOOL STREET CONDOMINIUMS OFFERING: PHASE II
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000169.xml
advertisement
107
107
Small Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Ward Amidon Registered Jewelers
Ward Amidon Registered Jewelers
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000170.xml
advertisement
107
107
Small Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Decor international
Decor international
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000171.xml
advertisement
108
108
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WOOD HAVEN MANOR
WOOD HAVEN MANOR
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000172.xml
advertisement
109
109
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
The Gardner Group REALTORS
The Gardner Group REALTORS
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000173.xml
advertisement
109
109
Small Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Perfection
Perfection
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000174.xml
advertisement
109
109
Small Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LYNN JACHNEY CHARTERS
LYNN JACHNEY CHARTERS
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000175.xml
advertisement
110
110
Display Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
VERMONT & N.H. PROPERTIES
VERMONT & N.H. PROPERTIES
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000176.xml
advertisement
111
111
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THE COURTYARD AT HANOVER
THE COURTYARD AT HANOVER
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000177.xml
advertisement
112
112
Display Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Redpath & Co. Realtors
Redpath & Co. Realtors
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000178.xml
advertisement
113
113
Display Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Quechee Lakes
Quechee Lakes
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000179.xml
advertisement
114
114,115
Small Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Classified
Classified
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000180.xml
advertisement
116
116
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
MCLAUGHRY ASSOCIATES, INC REALTORS
MCLAUGHRY ASSOCIATES, INC REALTORS
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000181.xml
advertisement
117
117
Display Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Dartmouth AVisual Remembrance
Dartmouth AVisual Remembrance
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000182.xml
advertisement
118
118
Display Ads
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Tomorrows Corporate Lawyers Listen to me. I Listen to E.I Hutton.
Tomorrows Corporate Lawyers Listen to me. I Listen to E.I Hutton.
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19831001_000183.xml