Issue: 19831101

Tuesday, November 1, 1983
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Bequests & Trusts Program
Bequests & Trusts Program
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STANDARD MILLING COMPANY
STANDARD MILLING COMPANY
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Newsweek We Report to You
Newsweek We Report to You
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Table of Contents
Table of Contens
Table of Contents
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November 1983
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Article
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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Lettter from the Editor
Editor's Remarks
The Fall of '63
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Douglas Greenwood
Among those papers dating from my student days in Hanover are several items which, though I haven't seen for many years, I know still exist somewhere. One of them is a gray, thinlined notebook crammed with mundane facts
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CORBIN LTD.
CORBIN LTD.
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SWAN HELLENIC
SWAN HELLENIC
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6,8,9,10
Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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The Editorial Board
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DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
DISTINCTIVELY DARTMOUTH
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4719181_19831101_000011.xml
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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BAHAMA OUT-ISLANDS
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CHINA SIGHTSEEING TOURS
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JOE WILDER
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DARTMOUTH OUTING CLUB
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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The Upstain Gallery
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FLOATING HOTELS ON THE CANALS OF FRANCE
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Books
Reviews
All Biology Is Indebted . . .
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Peter Smith
BLACK APOLLO OF SCIENCE: THE LIFE OF ERNEST EVERETT JUST by Kenneth R. Manning Oxford University Press, 1983, 397 pp., $29.95
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15,16,18
Books
Reviews
Attentive Eye, Attentive Ear
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Peter Smith
DAYS OFF by Paul Nelson '56 University of Virginia Press, 1982, 86 pp., $10.95
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Article
Dartmouth Authors
Dartmouth Authors
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Lawrence Danson '64, Max Beeibohmand "The Mirror of the Past," Princeton University Library, 1982, 77 pp., cloth. This volume both presents for the first time the text of Beerbohm's "satire masquerading as science fiction,
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THE COURTYARD
THE COURTYARD
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4719181_19831101_000024.xml
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Celebrate With Us!
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4719181_19831101_000025.xml
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Chieftain Motel
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WINDERMERE ISLAND IS HARD TO FIND
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IRA
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A Member of the Vanguard
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LYNN JACHNEY CHARTERS
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Peter Island Offers Nothing
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Computer and Information Science
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THE QUILT STAND REBORN
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Sail Away to Adventure
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ANNOUNCING ALP's III
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Statement of Ownership
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DOUGLAS McCREARY GREENWOOD
Management and circulation (required by 39 U.S.C. 3685).
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Article
Undergraduate Chair
Freshman Book to Aegis
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Debbie Schupack '84
Though still secure in the student womb, seniors are begining to dip their feet into "the real world." A current of looking toward the future runs through senior year. Newsletters from Career and Employment Services (CES),
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The College
Honors for Henrys
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Few occasions in the life of an academic institution are as joyous and moving and memorable as gatherings in honor of beloved teachers; the College recently enjoyed two such happy events within a period of less than a
4719181_19831101_000050.xml
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The College
The Computers are Coming
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Beginning,in the fall of 1984, all incoming freshmen will be offered an opportunity to purchase a personal computer through the College on "attractive" terms. The plan will place Dartmouth, an innovator in time-share
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The College
Give a Rouse for
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RICHARD P. WHITE '18, recipient of the Award of Merit of the International Society of Arboriculture.
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The College
College Chosen for Debate
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New Hampshire voters, as residents of the first primary in the nation state, are used to having some fuss made over their political proclivities. But even campaign wise Granite Staters are taking note of the fact that Dartmouth
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Article
The College
Prince Named Vice Provost
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Dr. Gregory S. Prince Jr., who came to the College in 1970 as director of summer programs, has been named vice provost. In his new post he will have major responsibility for academic resource development on an institustion
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The College
Un Premio Espanol
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A new prize memorializing an alumnus killed in the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939 has been established to honor, each year, several graduating seniors who achieve outstanding records in the study of Spanish.
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The College
Mastheads and By-lines
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Dana Cook Grossman, a name familiar to readers of this publication who make a note of mastheads and by lines, has been named associate editor of the Darthouth Alumni Magazine. Editor since 1979 of the "back half" of the
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The College
The Indian Symbol (cont.)
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During the half time ceremonies at the Cornell football game here in Hanover this fall, a group of students unfurled a large homemade Indian head banner which they proceeded to carry around the stands. A similar incident
4719181_19831101_000057.xml
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24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31
Feature
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"The Greatest Problem in American Biology
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is Professor Just. He properly belongs to an institution like the Rockefeller Institute, and he was the most logical candidate to take the place of Jacques Loeb when he died, but the Rockefeller Foundation, spending millions of dollars to combat disease internationally, couldn't summon enough courage to solve an interracial problem."
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32,33,34,35
Feature
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John Singer Sargent: Last of the Great Portrait Painters
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Richard Stuart Teitz
Drawings at Dartmouth give "a fresh look"
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Feature
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Giving the Rush to the Record books
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Brad Hills '65
Only two Dartmouth College players have carried the football for more than a mile during their collegiate careers. Rick Klupchack '74, the College's career rushing leader, gained 1,788 yards and scored ten touchdowns from 1971
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38,39
Sports
Sports
Sports
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Kathy Slattery
Quite a Win
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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Bertrand C. French
Reginald Colley and his wife Molly are enjioying their new location in Paramus, N.J. Molly needs to be in a separate nursing unit but Reggie has a lovely studio room with kitchenette and private bath. He has his favorite
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Class Notes
1914
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Robert H. Austin '40
'Tis fall in New Hampshire, and you will remember that this was the time for fresh apple cider, apples, cool mornings, and the time you watched the foliage get brighter and brighter. This has been a warm September and we have
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40
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Class Notes
1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
Duze and Helen Lounsberry have been having a great time on Deer Isle a lot of their friends are Friends (Quakers) who meet at different houses. Early in September the meeting was at Esther Brown's in North Brooklin, Maine.
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Class Notes
1916
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John D. Little
George Paine, the retired country doctor of Hutchinson, Kans., is seriously thinking of staying home for a while. Being 90 is not such a big deal. His forebears got into the longevity habit years ago. But travel has its
4719181_19831101_000065.xml
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40
Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
This year William J. Montgomery received the commemorative bowl award for 60 consecutive yearly gifts to the Alumni Fund. Congratulations, Bill!
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40,41
Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
The reunion in September was a success from the standpoint of the result of the game with Princeton. Attending at one time or another were the Bri Greeleys, the Sandoes,Florence Robinson and her daughter and son-in-law, Marj
4719181_19831101_000067.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Allan M. Cate
The class of 1920 is now limited to 400 words in this column, which may mean some reduction of LOOKING BACK items.
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Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
In an update from Jerry Cutler, he writes to tell us that he spends half the year at New Smyrna Beach, Fla., and the other half back at Adrian, Mich., from which town Jerry made the big leap to Hanover back in 1917.
4719181_19831101_000069.xml
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Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
"Welcome, Class of '87" proclaims the large greeting on the portal of Hopkins Center. And here they are 1,060 freshmen from 45 states and 12 countries. The class consists of approximately 450 young women and 610 young men.
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Class Notes
1923
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Walter C. Dodge
By early October you will have received Ike Phillips's fall issue of "Skiddoo" which details the business of our September 17 class meeting at the Hanover Inn. Included is a report of the presentation to Connie Dodge of a beautiful
4719181_19831101_000071.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Edward Winsor
You will have received by now the first report from Dick Morin's reunion committee about our big "60th" on June 11-13, 1984. If you have not already filled out the reply card, please do so, so that the hard-working committee
4719181_19831101_000072.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Your secretary is overwhelmed. His call for help and a few letters brought enough news for several issues, so be patient if he seems to be slow getting around to all of it.
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Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Skipper and Midge Smith for 40 years have enjoyed four season Yankee living in their 1816 home in Suffield, Conn. They miss their frequent cruises along the New England coast in their 43 foot Blue Cloud, which they also raced,
4719181_19831101_000074.xml
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Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Up here in the Northeast, we consider summer to be the time for vacation or travel, or both. This year has been no exception, as indicated by the following gleanings from the gratefully received cards and letters stacked up on
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Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
A letter just received from Joe Smith says, "Ruth, daughter Marcia, and I thoroughly enjoyed my 55th reunion, and arrived back in Florida none the worse for wear. I was a bit surprised to have missed only two events in Hanover,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Our reunions are heartwarmers, but don't miss another side to Hanover visits. Dartmouth is for many of us the institution that will last longest and have the greatest influence of any of our connections. If we get involved
4719181_19831101_000077.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Richard W. Bowlen
The first item out of the mail bag this month is a beautiful postcard showing many multicolored gondolas in a regatta on Venice's Grand Canal, mailed some weeks back by Dick Butterfield. He wrote, "I am just winding up
4719181_19831101_000078.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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William L. Wilson
Members of the class will already have had Bill Wendell's usual complete report of our mini-reunion over the October 1 Holy Cross game weekend by the time this issue is mailed. But for other readers of this column, I'll report
4719181_19831101_000079.xml
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Class Notes
1932
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Ben Drew
Crispness has come to the North Country, as the hills prepare to don their mantle of gold and red and yellow. My desk faces this changing scene to the east from the vantage point of Vermont hill country. Familiar to you all
4719181_19831101_000080.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
Some more repercussions from our 50th (this could go on for years, it was that good): Walter Snead said the reunion was a momentous occasion for all of us. He would like copies of Jus Stanley's and President McLaughlin's talks
4719181_19831101_000081.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
What a fine way to open our golden year! At least 34 of the '34 classmates plus wives and friends were there to applaud a sterling 21-3 victory over Princeton. Bill Scherman, in the newsletter, will have described pre and
4719181_19831101_000082.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
The annual fall reunion of the Great Class of 1935 has come and gone! A record number 128 classmates, wives, friends, and relatives appeared to enjoy the program managed by Bill Fitzhugh in Hanover on September 30.
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Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
What ever happened to that orderly move into a life of anticipated tranquility? Having finally located an ideal accommodation for indoor-outdoor living, there then followed frustrating bouts with banks and lawyers. With
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Will Brown was honored at the University of New Hampshire honors convocation last May. The "Granite State Award" is presented annually to a citizen who has demonstrated outstanding achievement, public service, and leadership in
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Class Notes
1938
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Augustus W. Hennessey Jr.
The last time that we were toasting Whitey Mays at Oscar's hard by the Veterans Home Hospital at Rocky Hill, Conn., I turned to Dave Camerer '37, who acts as the catalyst for the group and also is author of "Candid Camerer" in the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Thirty-three classmates, most with wives, were on hand for the mini-reunion. The victory over Princeton was glorious, despite the intrusion of some rain along about halftime. Those present were: Tom and Liz Burrell,Hank and Dot
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
A thing of beauty is a joy forever; Its loveliness increases: It never will Pass into nothingness. "John Keats's words provide a measure of comfort today. What Hugh's life brought to ours can never be taken away.
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1941
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Robert W. Harvey
Did you read the article in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE last spring about the big party in Hanover to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Dartmouth's radio station, WDCR? If so, you probably noted that an honored guest and principal
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1942
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David R. Sargent
We begin this month's column on a sad note. Dexter Richards died in August after a long illness. His death came as some surprise to those of us around town because he seemed to be doing so well. Dex was one of the very first
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1943
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Tom W. Gerber
Don Reich took early retirement September 30 from his post as president and chief executive officer of Airco Inc., an industrial gas producer in Montvale, N.J. Don was with the company for 18 years in various capacities. The
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Don't expect to find John Mulliken logging any hammock time down there in Florida's Hobe Sound, to which he retired a couple of years back. As reported earlier, he was elected chairman of the town commission a year ago. But
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1945
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Austin B. Wason
One never knows where the name of a Dartmouth '45 may show up. Recently Theodore P. Swick's popped up in Business Week. Although Ted is a senior vice president of Prudential Bache Securities Inc., he was not giving advice on
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1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
Jack Witte writes that since their last child has graduated from Dartmouth (daughter Jeanie '82), family travels have been headed west rather than east, including excursions to Hawaii and to Alaska with son Eric '77 and Chad in
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1947
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Ham Chase
How wonderful to be able to look forward to things. Here it is mid-September, I'm writing for an October 1 deadline, and this will be read in the November issue. Not long ago it was summer, and now we're virtually ready to
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1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
Autumn has once again invaded the Hanover Plain and the hills around the town as this is being written in late September. The hardwood leaves are turning, and I would guess that by the weekend of the William and Mary game on
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1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
Despite an overcast, muggy day and too much Holy Cross power, your secretary enjoyed an action packed October 1 in Hanover. Having taken the team plane to Boston with the San Francisco '49ers the night before, I was in a
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1950
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Jacques Harlow
Summer lingers long. At last, how ever, a few hints of autumn have tentatively appeared. Only one is persistent: later dawns and shorter evenings. The days are warm and dry, with only a few probes of crisp cool or morning mists.
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1951
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Dave Wiggins
The following most delightful letter, plus an accompanying picture, reproduced near this column, was received this summer from Charlie Russell: Dear Dave,
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1952
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Marcel C. Durot
Class Treasurer Jon Walton issued his an nual report for the year ended July 31, 1983. It showed us still in the black, with a modest surplus of receipts over expenditures. John raises the issue of whether the class should
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1953
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Richard J. Blum
If it is as tough for you to get Ivy League scores as it is for us, you might want to consider what some enterprising alumni did in Cleveland. They got together with their counterparts from Cornell and brought in the Big
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1954
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John L. Gillespie
It was a beautiful, crisp September morning in Hanover for the dedication ceremonies of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences. It was just four and a half years after Rod Rockefeller had called President
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1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
Tom Roulston continues to make things happen in Cleveland. This time, Tom has put together an outside investor group which pumped $12,000,000 into a savings and loan association to be named Women's Federal Savings Bank. For his
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1956
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Clement B. Malin
It is not too early, or too late, to be planning to join in the Seventh Annual 1956 Fun City Fantastic. This gala event will be held the weekend of January 27—29, 1984, with head quarters at the Yale Club in New York City. Send
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1957
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Daniel M. Searby
Peter Diemand is on the move again at American Cyanamid, where he is now the president of the Jacqueline Cochran division. Peter joined American Cyanamid in 1977 with the Shulton division, which he ultimately
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1958
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Fred Louis III
There are honors, and then there are HONORS. Hal Feuchter believes that he holds the geriatric first-born award for the class. Kay and Hal Feuchter brought their very first baby into the world just prior to the 25th reunion. At
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1959
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William G. Long
The pace of news leading up to our 25th reunion year is quickening keep it up! Here are my latest gatherings:
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1961
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Robert H. Conn
What an incredible experience, to take a sabbatical at Dartmouth in the fall!
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1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
Congratulations to Dick Harris, who was recently elected vice president, industrial, for : Anderson Clayton by the board of directors. Dick is a career Anderson Clayton employee with extensive experience in several
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1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
Dedication! Perseverance! These themes of the season are appropriate for '63s. Walter Kobialka, a neighbor of mine in Bayside, N.Y., forgoes the routine train or bus ride to Manhattan and heads instead for Rikers Island Facility
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1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Greetings once more, classmates! Well, the frost is on the pumpkin, extra blankets are on the bed, and more news is on my mind. Let's begin with a few blurbs and build up to massive anticlimax.
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1965
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Robert D. Blake
A smile costs nothing, but gives much. It enriches those who give it. It takes but a moment, but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever.
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1966
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Rick MacMillan
Sometimes I wait until the last week before submitting my column to the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Oftentimes it's because I am waiting for the last tidbits of news to dribble in. Other times it's because a fortuitous event is taking
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1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
Labor Day was certainly something of a watershed in my life this year. From a long, hot, lazy summer I've been catapulted into a frantic fall. As I write this, I'm wondering where September went and the first week of October.
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1968
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Bob Block
One theme pervaded every discussion at the reunion: movement. Classmates recounted moves for new jobs, education, or constant travel required for the job. How could the oil industry have a glut, if our generation is any
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1969
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Rick Willets
My column suffers this month from a malady called lag time. As I sit to write these November notes, the September issue has not yet arrived. As a result, none of you know where to send those interesting bits of information
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1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
I have some interesting news this month about a few of our classmates that I am happy to share with you. This will just about exhuast my stock of information, so, as always, I would appreciate your dropping me a line and
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1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Smoke swirls up the chimney and leaves scatter about as fall is upon us in the Northeast. Spotted at the Dartmouth-Army football game the end of September were Scott Spangenberg and Malcolm Jones and his wife Karen. Malcolm
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1972
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John P. De Regt
As everyone north of, perhaps, Mexico City knows, fall is falling, as are, at least at this writing, our hopes for the Green's noble gridders. It seems that on each of the past several Saturdays, almost all non-league games were
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1973
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Mark P. Harty
As I write this column, the fall foliage is nearing its peak in New England. The students of the class of '87 have begun their four-year odyssey at Dartmouth. Over 8,000 prospective students completed applications for
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1974
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Bill Cater
Fall moves on apace the Big Green football team managed to soundly thump the Princeton Tigers in Hanover for the season opener, but then dropped a heart breaker to Army at West Point.
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1975
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David L. Dunbar
By the time this column appears in print, I will have seen many of you during our class officers' gathering on October 21-23. I would like to predict boldly a month before the event — that it was wonderful, and that every
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1976
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Marty Doyle
You may have noticed the new address above. By the time you read this, my wife and I will be settled into new digs in Miami. After enduring several long Midwestern winters, your faithful scribe is heading south. I'll be
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1977
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Walter M. Wingate Jr.
Happy Fall. Cool breezes and the season's wedding results are upon us.
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1978
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Anne Barschall
Hello! I am the second of your new co-secretaries. Since most of you don't know who I am, I'll begin by telling you a bit about myself. I have just graduated from Columbia Law School in New York City. I took the bar exam in
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1979
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Burr Gray
So I lied.
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1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Have you gazed on naked grandeur when there's nothing else to gaze on, Set pieces and drop-curtain scenes galore,
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1981
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Dirk D. Olin
This is my first set of notes without Jumpin Jim Watt as head of the Interior Department. What am I going to do? He's been such a source of inspiration to flippant cynics (or is that cynical flippers?) for so long. Who needed a
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1982
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Emily P. Bakemeier
Welcome back to the world of '82s! Thanks to all of you who took the time during your summer vacations (is there such a thing anymore?) to write to me with news of doings in your lives as well as in the lives of fellow '82s
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1983
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Judith Bell
Yes, graduates, life in Hanover does continue. I write this column on a beautiful autumn day, in the crisp Dartmouth air. The silence around Occom Pond and the splendor of the autumn leaves (plink, plink) are truly undying.
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Larry Huntley '50: A lifetime of "affirmative" minis try
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Teri Allbright
"Treatment and care of the retarded in this country range from shameful, to inadequate, to underfunded, to innovative, to excellent," says Larry Huntley 'SO. Huntley has worked to improve programs and opportunities for the
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Jim Taylor '74: Making the chips fly is "fun"
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Nancy Wasserman '77
For most inhabitants of the North Country, splitting a winter's worth of wood reducing a truckload of logs to five or six cords of firewood is a monumental task likely to take several months of weekends. But not for Jim
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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., last
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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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