Issue: 19840301

Thursday, March 1, 1984
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Eastman EASTMAN VISITOR CENTER
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Remembrances
Remembrances
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March 1984
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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Lettter from the Editor
Editor's Remarks
On Being No. 1
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Douglas Greenwood
You may have noticed the little flap that Yale President Bart Giamatti caused some weeks back when he commented about the Elis' disastrous football season and somewhat uncharacteristically took a swipe at perennially
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THE COURT YARD
THE COURT YARD
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THIRD PERSON RURAL
THIRD PERSON RURAL
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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The Robes of Academe
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Maupintour
Maupintour
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SWAN HELLENIC
SWAN HELLENIC
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D'ARTAGNAN
D'ARTAGNAN
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Change Jobs!
Change Jobs!
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LOVELAND FARM
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THE QUILT STAND REBORN
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The BOCA GRANDE CLUB
The BOCA GRANDE CLUB
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Books
Reviews
La condition humaine
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E. P. Thompson
NO PLACE TO HIDE, 1946/1984 by David Bradley '38. Foreword by Jerome B. Wiesner. University Press of New England, 1983. 217 pp., $18.00 cloth, $8.95 paperback.
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16,20,21
Books
Reviews
The Big Picture
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William Hjortsberg '62
INSIDE THIS HOUSE OF SKY
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Campion's
Campion's
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Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
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4719181_19840301_000023.xml
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Quechee Lakes
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18,19
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The Third Alumni Language Program
The Third Alumni Language Program
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S motor lodge
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To the author in search of a publisher
To the author in search of a publisher
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Sail Away to Adventure
Sail Away to Adventure
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Dartmouth Authors
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Alan R. Booth '56, Swaziland: Tradition and Change in a Southern African Kingdom. Westview Press, 1983. 156 pp., cloth. Professor Booth, who teaches history at Ohio University, has written a vivid account of the past and
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The Coop
The Coop
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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22,23,24
Article
Undergraduate Chair
The Price of Art
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Monica Louise Latini '84
Saturday mornings were made for art. They somehow always seem to be the sunniest time of the week. For five straight days I lock myself in a library. Finally Saturday arrives. There are minimal obligations and work can always
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Ward Amidon
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High Hampton Inn and Country Club
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CHALLENGE wilderness CAMP
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"Everyday feelings, everyday lives"
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Douglas Greenwood '66
A conversation with Artist-in-Residence Wolf Kahn
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TRAVELINE
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Article
The College
Happy Valentine's Day
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"The money is staggering," says medieval historian Andrew Lewis '65, recipient of one of this year's 22 MacArthur Fellowships. Lewis learned on February 14 that he has been awarded $204,000 over the next five years. No
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The College
Faculty rejects Navy . . .
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On February 6, the faculty convened in an open meeting to discuss the return of NROTC to the campus and to vote on a motion presented by its executive committee, namely that "the Faculty of Arts and Sciences recommends
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The College
. . . and trustees consider it
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Taking under advisement faculty action, as well as positions of undergraduats and alumni, the trustees voted at a meeting just at press time to establish a special Trustee ROTC Study Committee. While unanimously endorsing, the
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The College
Reflecting on alcohol(ism)
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Two years after a headline-making conference on alcoholism at Dartmouth, the College sponsored another similar conference. The difference was that this conference, held January 24-27 at Collis Center, touched on abuse of
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The College
Free tuition tale is true
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When 16-year-old Maura Nolan matriculates at Dartmouth next fall, she'll be collecting on a 156-year-old offer made to residents of her tiny village of Wheelock, Vt., free tuition for Wheelock students who gain admission
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The College
Awards and more awards
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The establishment of several new awards and scholarships on campus and the receipt of several awards by campus-based honorees have made news in the past month:
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Give a Rouse for
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RICHMOND LATTIMORE '26, 1984 recipient of the American Academy of Poets' fellowship "for distinguished poetic achievement."
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Braving the Alps
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Jack Aley '66
The Rassias method for language instruction works for those who survive
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Cover Story
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A New in the Neighborhood
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Debbie Schupack '84
"I'm going to be 35 in a month and a half and I'm going through a real crisis!" says Cristia Lesher. Then she laughs. Her laugh is deep and clear, and it renders her confession sincere rather than satirical. A bouyancy and
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Shaping Public Policy: The Washington Internship Program
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Frank Smallwood '51
Dartmouth students participate in a wide variety of off-campus academic programs each year ranging from Language Study Abroad to biology and earth sciences field work projects in Central America. The Department of
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Article
Alumni Album
"To the conquest of the unknown and the advancement of knowledge."
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Mary Ross
The motto on the masthead of the Explorers Club newsletter (above) epitomizes quite tidily the modus Vivendi of its president, GEORGE VAN BRUNT COCHRAN M.D. '53 in the parallel threads of his professional life and his
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Those Championship Seasons
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Brad Hills '65
An interview with the woman who put Dartmouth women's basketball on the map
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Sports
Sports
Record-breaking freshman
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Kathy Slattery
Tanya Tkachenko is much like any other Dartmouth coed whose interests include studying, eating, and records. But Tkachenko's records aren't the musical type — she is an athlete who is more comfortable in the water than out.
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Sports
Sports
Tracksters hitting stride
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Kathy Slattery
Track coaches Carl Wallin and Vin Lananna are sporting wide grins this winter. The Dartmouth male tracksters, led by junior Jim Sapienza, have blown away most of the dual meet competition, and more than a dozen athletes are
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Sports
Sports
Green skiers come through
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Kathy Slattery
It's a phenomenon much like Halley's Comet. Every so often, the Vermont men's ski team does not win a Winter Carnival competition. And when that happens, the Dartmouth men pride themselves on being the spoiler.
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Sports
Sports
Slapstick, er, -shot
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Kathy Slattery
The men's hockey season mercifully ended February 25. The 1983-84 squad earned two dubious distinctions, one for most losses in a season and the other for most penalty minutes. Despite the disappointments and frustrations,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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Robert H. Austin '40
It is the year of the 70th reunion 1984 and it is hoped that many of you will be in Hanover on June 8-10. I will look forward to meeting you at that time.
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1915
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Mrs. Charles W. Comiskey
A Christmas card from Jack Johnson: "Just got out of the hospital a month ago congestive heart failure and pneumonia but am getting stronger every day. My wife Alice is also recovering from a heavy bout of bronchitis."
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Class Notes
1916
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John D. Little
Ev Parker's doctor told him recently that the Social Security computer thought he was dead. Neither Ev nor the doctor believed the computer. Ev remains chipper. He drives over to Boulder now and then for a shoeshine and lunch.
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Class Notes
1917
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Alden G. Vaughan
This column is being dictated from a hospital bed at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, where I landed again in mid-January.
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Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
George McBride and wife Mary are in a nursing home quite near their daughter. He keeps in touch with Gerry Geran's widow Frances.
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Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
I had a long letter from Dorothy Loudon, the famous actress, who is the daughter of our Red Loudon. She says he is not well. In recent years he has made his home with her in New York City, but he is now in a hospital. She also
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Class Notes
1920
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Allan M. Cate
"Pike" Emory has been awarded the "Herbert E. Gregory Medal for Distinguished Service to Pacific Science." Pike has received numerous awards in 63 years of prominence as a Pacific anthropologist, but the Gregory Medal and its
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Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
As I walked along the ocean sands watching the moon break over the eastern horizon, I thought of the poet George Curtis composing what I, too, was dreaming:
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Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
From other sources you may read about the weighty discussions and decisions at the December 1983 Alumni Council meeting. Here, in this '22 family column, it is merely whispered that the class was represented by your secretary,
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Class Notes
1923
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Herbert Q. Home
Beginning with this March issue and continuing through the rest of the academic year you have'a new secretary. (I hope pro tem.) Walt Dodge, who so ably has covered the job for so many years, has resigned because of a
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Class Notes
1924
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Edward Winsor
In the October issue I adumbrated about our class representation in Who's Who in America and invited reports of errors. It turned out that I was too modest about our standing in this department. After the report of one alumnus
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Class Notes
1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
The recent delays in publication of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, combined with the usual long deadlines necessary on a magazine, may make some of my news seem a little stale. However, 1 am sure that news of our classmates is of
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Classmates of 1926 feel honored to have shared with other friends and with members of the Louer family in the recent establishment of the Albert E. M. Louer 1926 Memorial Scholarship Fund at Dartmouth College. The Louer Fund,
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Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Hello again! The picture on our 1983 class birthday card, of a student jumping up and down on the campus duckboards during a muddy month of March long ago, evoked a wide variety of interesting responses. One such was the remark
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Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
The good news reached us in January that two '28 grandchildren were accepted to enter Dartmouth in September under the College's early decision plan. They are Carolyn Salsgiver of West Acton, Mass., granddaughter of Craig and
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Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Shep Stone was made an honorary citizen of Berlin, an honor given to only three non-Germans, the others being Czar Nicholas and General Lucius Clay.
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Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
Ave Raube didn't pay me to do this: I just want to remind you that this is the 70th anniversary of the Dartmouth Alumni Fund. We should all join Honest Ave the Hair Splitter in making it a happy anniversary, not only in
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Class Notes
1931
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William L. Wilson
We open with the very happy news that 1931 will be represented in the class of 1988 at Hanover by (at least) Kristen Steck, granddaughter of Betty and Bill Steck. She has been granted early admission and, as Bill wrote it, "you
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Class Notes
1932
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Benjamin W. Drew
You may have.noticed that some of my previous copy has been out of date. This is not because my material has been submitted past the deadline, but partly because of the long lead time under which the Magazine must operate and
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Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
Jeff and Bea Davis, Waxy and Madge Wright, and Bob and 'Silla Niebling have moved to Florida for the winter. Bob took along his homework, the preparation and planning for the 1984 Alumni Fund campaign. Jim Noonan in
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Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Cruen
Glad I didn't save last column until I could report on the Ivy title game. Except for the thrill of a final-play touchdown with goalposts already torn down by the elated Penn crowd, there was little to rouse the Big Green side
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Class Notes
1935
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Richard D. Muzzy
As related in the November issue of the Magazine, the proposal of the class of 1935 memorial fund committee was accepted by our class meeting last fall. Since that time a memorandum of agreement has been exchanged between class
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Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
Now that I am an almost full-fledged Cape Codder, I attended the January meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod in Hyannis, which this month was hosting the president and editor-in-chief of the Dartmouth Review. Representing
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
As we settle down to the usually pleasant job of imparting news to you good people, we find our mood impaired by further sadness. Adding to the four deaths of last month we now must note the passing of Dick Joslin, Hank Lenning,
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Class Notes
1938
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Augustus W. Hennessey Jr.
As I put these class notes to bed, having shoveled out after a seven-inch snowfall this January 31, my envious heart goes out to Bob and Mary Ross, who take off today from Maine for a six-week visit to Hilton Head, S C. My mind
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58,59
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Since our last we have lost three classmates. Ralph Wright, of New Britain, Conn., died on December 29, Jack Maffett of Pelham Manor, N.Y., died on December 10, and Bud Goodrich passed away on the day before Christmas. Not a
4719181_19840301_000089.xml
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59,60
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard J. Goulder
We open the column on a note of sadness to report, first, that Richard Higginbotham passed away in early December. He had retired earlier in the year from his work as an administrative assistant to bankruptcy attorneys and as
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60
60
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Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
My nominee for the guy in our class with the most unusual and interesting job is Bob Feller, so it's a special pleasure to announce that he has just been honored for his achievements in that job. For 30-odd years, Bob has been
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60
60,61
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Class Notes
1942
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David R. Sargent
While the vast majority of us are sitting around gaining weight, our Jon Mendes is pounding the pavement of the Big Apple as the accompanying picture shows. Jon commented: "Once again we were lucky and finished. It worked out
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61
61
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Class Notes
1943
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Tom W. Gerber
Emil "Bus" Mosbacher, successful skipper in defense of the America's Cup some years ago and a one-time chief of protocol in the State Department, has a couple of new feathers in his headpiece of attainments. Bus has been
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article
61
61,62
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Right out of the chocks (chocks in hockey?) you should know, if you don't already, that on the evening of February 1 Army blasted UMass 11-2 in hockey, thus giving Jack Riley his 500 th college victory and making him the third
4719181_19840301_000094.xml
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62
62
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Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. Wason
I've heard it said that associating with young people will keep you feeling and looking young. Well, I can tell you that this theory seems to be working in the case of Richard Gilman. How do I know? Because I have seen his
4719181_19840301_000095.xml
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62
62,63
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
This column represents the first time that yours truly has ever operated a computer of any kind, in the past having left this sort of task to our computer jocks who always had me snowed as to how it all was done. They received
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63
63,64
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Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
Hi, classmates. We're on our way out of winter, at least by the calendar. It's the end of January, and we're writing for the March issue. Our last column was written December 2. There we were looking forward to the "frosty
4719181_19840301_000097.xml
article
64
64
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
It is with profound, overwhelming sadness that I report to his classmates the death in Denver on Saturday morning, January 28, of my old roommate and close friend, lan Macartney. Not many the likes of Mac have come down the
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64
64,65
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
It's a lazy Sunday afternoon. Hours ago the platform (or paddle) tennis game ended. The light mist slowly turned to rain, then snow. There are no mountains here to ski, so it's cozier to curl beside the fire and to forget the
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65
65
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Class Notes
1951
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Dave Wiggins
Sam Chu has been invited to be the enrichment lecturer on the Dartmouth Alumni Tour to the coast of China this fall. Reservations for this tour are now open through Jerry Mitchell at the Dartmouth Travel Bureau at 3 Lebanon
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65,66
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
The sad news of John Newey's death from cancer last June just reached me from Pete Zischke. More will be found in the obituary section. To Nicole and the children go our most heartfelt condolences.
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article
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
We're at-less than 90 days and counting. Our reunion will be the biggest 30th in the history of the College more classmates, more family, and more friends than ever before. If you haven't already made plans to attend, it's not
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67
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
Pete Barker has been named senior vice president, finance and administration, of CBS/Fox Video, the home video division of the CBS/Fox Video Company. Pete was formerly vice president and chief financial officer of the division.
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
This month's column is devoted to a variety of classmates who haven't checked in for some time. A real family-oriented group, as you'll witness.
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68
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
In spring, young Dartmouth alumni's fancies turn to thoughts of love. And the Alumni Fund? Since we still consider ourselves young, are not Our hearts big enough to accommodate both? This year's goal is a whopping $10.3
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
A strong candidate for the class member who does his thing best is Bruce LeFavour, who has been selected as one of the 13 "Greatest Chefs of San Francisco" by the local public television station and as the first subject of a
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article
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69,70
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
Although your New Year's resolutions were made months ago, please consider this request. If a letter with news about your family and yourself is part of your Christmas or holiday card, add the name and address of your class
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70
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Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
Here we are in the midst of the countdown to our gala 25th reunion, coming up soon on June 14-17. Preparations are moving along extremely well and details of all that is to happen will be mailed to you shortly. Early indications
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70,71
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Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
Tony Roisman's stepson, Dan Fagin '85, interned at the National Journal and is editor of The Dartmouth. Tony is head of the Trial Lawyers For Public Justice, a public interest law firm.
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71
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
David Birney and Arthur Bloom appeared on campus in early January holding workshops for drama students, meeting classes, and discussing careers in drama.
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71,72
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Class Notes
1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
The second annual report of the Class of 1962 Faculty Fellowship Committee has been submitted by members Sandy Apgar, Dan Tompkins, and Gary Spiess. They unanimously recommended Assistant Professor Mark Packer of the Department
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
Another classmate in quest of Olympic glory is Jim Page, subject of a pre-Sarajevo NewYork Times story. Jim, who distinguished himself on the slopes at the College, is director of the United States Ski Team's Nordic program. Jim
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73
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Hello, it's me again. Thanks to the belowmentioned classmates and a few more to be mentioned in subsequent issues, my cupboard of material is not bare. But I still need more help. Now for the news:
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73,74
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Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
It's not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game.
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74
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Class Notes
1966
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Rick MacMillan
The title for this month's column should be "moving right along ..." For the drift of cards received here in the last month or so shows without a doubt that '66s don't stand still!
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
There's been a steady flow of material into my "next issue" folder over the last two months, so that now I have my work cut out for me. Understand, please, I'm not complaining. Wish I had a few more months like this!
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Class Notes
1968
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Bob Block
In the last few columns, I have appealed for news; the response has not brought the mailman in to my office for a backstrain exam. However, the letters which have arrived have been quality efforts:
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76
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Class Notes
1969
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Rick Willets
I have received five press releases about classmates this month and an honest-to-gosh letter from one of you! It is the first letter that I have received and I stay awake at night wondering if it will be the last. You guys make it
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
I am pleased to be able to share a lot of good news with you this month. It has taken me a while to accumulate it and I am eager to hear from all of you so that there will be more to share in months ahead.
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas C. Jackson
Among this month's news items is word that Bob Olson wed Megan Thomas '79 on December 30. Bob is a reconstructive plastic surgeon in practice in Princeton, N.J., and an assistant clinical professor of surgery and biomedicine at
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77
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
And finally, there was mail. This has been a bit of a dry spell for letters and other correspondence from you all, but several guys decided that writing a note was a little better than washing behind their ears so here are a
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77
77
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
From the nationally-televised debate with the Democratic candidates to personal computers, Dartmouth has been in the news. The "debate at Dartmouth" brought the nation's eyes and ears to Hanover for several hours. Perhaps the
4719181_19840301_000122.xml
article
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77,78
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Class Notes
1974
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Bill Cater
Live from Randolph, N.J.! It's the '74 News,' with anchor Bill Cater, tonight with special reports from correspondent Owen "Ricko" Williams and articles of interest from Lafayette College, Manchester, N.H., and Bernardsville,
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Class Notes
1975
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David L. Dunbar
The Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects sponsored a competition to design a gateway arch for the 1984 summer Olympics. The contest attracted 1,100 entries from all over the world, and who should win but
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79
79
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
By now I hope those of you in the North have begun to thaw out somewhat. Don't think that the South was spared during this year's frigid winter. Although they haven't started quoting the wind chill on the weather in Miami, I'm
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article
79
79,80
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Class Notes
1977
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Walter M. "Ted" Wingate Jr.
As winter hangs over us in the Midwest, I find it refreshing to write of classmates' endeavors which exhibit variety and spontaneity. Especially inviting is John Jennings's trip overseas. This fall John left for a six-month
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Class Notes
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! Everyone was too busy with Christmas to write your faithful secretary, so I have resorted to making telephone calls. Since very few of you live anywhere near Atlanta, this is a very expensive
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81
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Class Notes
1979
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Burr Gray
Sorry about this, but the question has to be asked: "Are there any single people still left?" This inquiry, recently raised for the first time in New York by two single '79s, is now of utmost importance to me. Why? Because all I
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Class Notes
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
"Live, from New Hampshire, it's Sunday Night!" When Dartmouth hosted the first presidential talk-show debate, it showed several million PBS viewers a new side of our alma mater. With Ted Koppel and Phil Donahue as ringmasters,
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
Among big news weeks, last week was slightly larger than immense. Andropov dropped off, there were some guys cruising around the upper stratosphere with no attachment to terra firma, and Lebanon turned into a bizarre, ballistic
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article
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83,84
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Class Notes
1982
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John King
It is only natural that the class of '82, which has distinguished itself in all relevant fields of endeavor academic, social, economic, and leisure add yet further laurels in athletics. Martha Hill, a member of the U.S.
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Class Notes
1983
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Judith Bell
Good news travels fast.
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83
Article
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Hal Sandstrom '82: "instants of appreciation" in Africa
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"Every time you step into the classroom, it's a make-it or break-it situation," claims Harold M. Sandstrom '82. "You have to convince the students that you have something interesting to show them. Then you have to make it
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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., last
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85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96,98
Obituary
Obituaries
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 secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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