Issue: 19860601

Sunday, June 1, 1986
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Articles
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Front Cover
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AT & T The Right Choice
AT & T The Right Choice
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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SUMMER 1986
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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Lettter from the Editor
Editor's Remarks
Postscript
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Douglas Greenwood
A little more than three years ago when I came back to Hanover to become the 8th editor of the Magazine, people asked me two questions all the time: Was this a fulltime job; and Did that mean I would be moving back to New
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Eastman
Eastman
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Unworried
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Ascutney Mountain Resort
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D'ARTAGNAN
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The Country Inn with City Style
The Country Inn with City Style
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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KALEID SCOPE
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MATERNITY BUSINESS SUITS & DRESSES
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High Hampton Inn & Country Club
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Sheraton North Country Inn
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LOWER SHAKER VILLAGE
LOWER SHAKER VILLAGE
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Vikingsholm
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Learn To Sail!
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Do You Agree?
Do You Agree?
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Dalton Ridge
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DINE WITH CAFE LA FRAISE
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RESTAURANT
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Perfection
Perfection
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INCOMPARABLE
INCOMPARABLE
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Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
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Viking House Inc.
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CAMBRIDGE BEACHES IS BERMUDA
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Duncaster
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DINE AT THE MILL
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Woodstock Gallery & Design
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Quechee Bed & Breakfast
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INTERESTED IN LAW?
INTERESTED IN LAW?
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Exclusively Campion's
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Ward Amidon Registered Jewelers
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The Inn at Norwich -Vermont
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NOW APPEARING AT THE LEAGUE NEW
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"The Hall" at Fernwood Farms
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Hirschl & Adler Galleries Inc
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S Motor Lodge
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Precision Airlines
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QUECHEE LAKES VERMONT
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IVY LEAGUE MAGAZINES
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The Hanover Inn
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Grossman & Co.
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To the author in search of a publisher
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Settling In in Hanover
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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SPALDING INN & CLUB
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CONDOR EXPEDITIONS
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SPORTING HOLIDAY OF THE CENTURY
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Article
Wearers of the Green
Erik and Kris Hagerman: A tale of two seniors
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Lee McDavid
Erik and Kristof Hagerman are twins. They are often mistaken for each other - by those who don't know them very well. But their differences run deep.
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Diptych Unhinged
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Benjamin Bennani '68
A man without a home is a man without a God. Fyodor Dostoevsky
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THE POWER HOUSE
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QUECHEE LAKES VERMONT
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Article
Undergraduate Chair
"More than Teacher"
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Dorothy L. Foley '86
My mother is an elementary school principal and was a teacher for many years before that. She has long been amused by her students' reactions when they see her outside of the school. Occasionally, a pupil will come up to her
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Highland Ridge
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BERMUDA
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The College
Trustees set budget, plan for the future
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The Trustees, at their regular April meeting, approved a balanced budget of $165.5 million for 1986-87. That figure, including the professional schools' budgets, is up 6.5%. The undergraduate college accounts for
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The College
More turmoil
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The campus concerns that have generated attention since last fall diffused as the year drew to a close but showed no signs of dissipating entirely.
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The College
Give a Rouse for
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JOSEPH J. CAMPBELL '25, awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree from Sarah Lawrence College.
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Article
The College
Parrish gift makes Baker collection tops
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The College's collection of material on members of an artists' colony that thrived for 35 years in Cornish, N.H., has for some time been highly regarded. But with the recent gift to Baker Library of the papers of artists Stephen
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The College
Class of '9O shapes up
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Despite an 8% drop in applications for the Class of 1990, the percentage of accepted candidates coming to Dartmouth is just about the same as in previous years. The overall number of minority candidates lining up
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The College
Dartmouth Madonna makes it to MTV
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Kate Haffner '88, portraying rock star Madonna as part of a fund-raising campaign to benefit multiple sclerosis research, climbed to the top of a national lookalike pop music competition sponsored by Students
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The College
Learning disabled file suit
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A group of learning disabled undergraduates filed suit last summer against Dartmouth with the U.S. Department of Education, which recently notified College officials that it has determined it has jurisdiction to
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The College
Daniel Webster: Those who love him
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One of Dartmouth's most illustrious graduates of all time, Daniel Webster, Class of 1801, has been ranked as one of the nation's greatest senators in a recent poll of college professors as reported in The New YorkTimes.
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38,39,40
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The College
Faculty News
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Two win Guggenheims Two Dartmouth faculty members have won prestigious fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation. Charles Wood, Daniel Webster professor of history, will use his fellowship to research a book on
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The College
Crossing the Green
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Top debaters in Hanover The sixty-two top debatng teams in the country came to Dartmouth in April for the 1986 National Debate Tournament. Dartmouth fielded two teams, the maximum allowable, in this year's
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Article
The College
The speakers who come in the spring, tra la
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The former president of CBS News and the former head of the Peace Corps were among the visitors to campus during spring term.
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COMMENCEMENT
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June 8, 1986
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Article
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Excerpts from the Valedictory Address
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Erik Hagerman '86
Over the past several years the insistence upon a division between college and the so-called "real world" has struck me as one of the gravest problems in American education. For if the real world isn't somehow an extension
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Article
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CLASS DAY
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David Kastan
Excerpts from the Class Day Address
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Article
Alumni Album
Stephen W. Bosworth '61: Public servant in the spotlight
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Robert H. Conn '61
If government professor Richard Sterling had not interceded, Stephen W. Bosworth '61 might be practicing law today, perusing legal tomes or drafting court briefs. Instead, he is the United States ambassador to the Philippines and
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You Laughed
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Nancy Wasserman '77
Dramatizing the move to coeducation
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Sports
Sports
"Orienteering" in the Ivies
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Donna L. Leitner
"Orienteering" is a cross-country foot race in which the participants race from checkpoint to checkpoint over unfamiliar ground collecting a flag or pennant at each stop and using only a map and a compass. There is always more
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Reunions 1986
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Richard Hovey
"Ah! the remembrance of these happy days, The music and the laughter and the wit, The cups that smile with glimmering of sweet wine- Age shall grow mellow with the thought of it."
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1914
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Robert H. Austin '40
In March Frank A. Llewellyn was interviewed by The New London Day, and he was nice enough to send me the newspaper story. It began with Frank coming to Dartmouth from Chicago and paying $900-per-year tuition. Some difference
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1917
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Helen Brooks
Last April, Phoebe and Waltman Waters celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with a large party at their Rochester, Minn., home. A total of 72 friends had been invited, but seven had to decline, leaving the Walterses with
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B.R. Bryant
George Von Kapff in April visited DonDavis at his Hill and Dale Farm and found Don was recovering nicely from a serious operation. His good wife Irene is giving him excellent care. He wants to be remembered to all in 1918.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
I have a note from John McCrillis enclosing a reprint of some promotional material being used to promote reunion gift giving which features 1919 parading with its banner in the Commencement parade. Incidentally, we plan to use
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Alice Weymouth
The following is from a letter from Sherman Adams, 1920's class president: Dear Classmates: In making adjust ments for the loss of three class secretaries in the last few years, I have become almost constantly reminded of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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Harold D. Geilich
When I listen night after night to the politicians on television, all of them trying to make you think that within them is reposing the wisdom and the cumulative intelligence of the century, I turn to English dramatist,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey Sr.
Within the prescribed limit of 300 words, the obituary on Bill Bullen in the obituary section of this issue is mainly about Bill's love for Dartmouth. But Bill did have additional interests.
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62,63
Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Herbert Q. Horne
There are so many controversies going on at the College that I will make this column more on the line of a country newspaper and try to confine it to "personals," which will be difficult because of the magnitude of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Edward Winsor
Ted Lamb has sent me a copy of ToledoMagazine for the week of March 2-8, 1986. As most of you know, Ted has had a spectacular and controversial career, the details of which cannot be adequately capsulized within the space allowed in
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
We report with regret the loss of three more classmates. Stan Chamberlain died March 13 in Concord, N.H., Clinton S.Martin died March 19 in a nursing home in Verona, N.J., and Don Moore died April 7 in Venice, Fla.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
In a thank-you note for his class birthday greeting, Al Morris, retired captain, U.S. Navy medical corps, now based at Aiken, S.C., wondered if he was nearly the last in the class to join the 1926 Octogenarian Club. After some
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Here is a surprise. This is being dictated on April 10 to my wife, Ruth, since your scribe suffered a very minor stroke in late March. I am coming along fine except for minor difficulties with speech, reading, and writing and
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
The annual Class Officers Weekend was held the first weekend in May. As usual, just about all of the officers of the Great Class of 1928 were on hand for 1928's meeting Friday afternoon and the general meetings on Friday and
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Class Notes
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Don't forget our mini-reunion in Hanover, September 19-21!
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66
66
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Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
Several weeks ago I attended a Tucson Symphony board meeting in the poolside conference room at Tucson's Arizona Inn and encountered a healthy-looking TedWolf sunning himself by the pool and muttering about a poor set of tennis.
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Class Notes
1931
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William L. Wilson
While this column is written in midApril, you will not read it until after our 55th reunion has passed into history. Everyone concerned will try to get out a prompt report on what is certain to have been a great event for all
4719181_19860601_000096.xml
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67
67
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Class Notes
1932
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Benjamin W. Drew
The deadline for this column seems to arrive with inexorable regularity; this time it coincides with the "Ides of April," i.e. IRS day. So, spring is here, along with frustrated robins who are seeking worms through a fresh
4719181_19860601_000097.xml
article
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67,68
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Class Notes
1933
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Carl E. Rugen
Ninety-five percent of your '33 class officers will be spending Class Officers Weekend (May 2-4) in Hanover. It is remarkable that so many of them attend, even from so far. Just dedicated! This month's notes are written well
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68
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Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
After 48 years, Art Ward will be retiring from his medical practice in Worcester. The event was headlined in local papers with picture of Art and a doctor son, Allen '61, who will continue a family tradition: taking care of
4719181_19860601_000099.xml
article
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68,69
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Class Notes
1935
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James C. Boldt
Fresh from last issue's famine comes this issue's feast. Thanks to the green card included with the "Tear Bag," I have more messages than I can do full justice to not an unhappy feeling!
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article
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69,70
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Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
By the time this issue reaches you all, our glorious 50th at Hanover plus the three-day wind-down at Spalding will be history. At the spring meeting of the executive committee the signals for the reunion were all bright green
4719181_19860601_000101.xml
article
70
70
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Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
We seem to be beleagured with sad news of late; the bad press on Dartmouth's problems on campus may well have been accentuated in the New England area, but we hear about it from all across the country. As the students whom
4719181_19860601_000102.xml
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Class Notes
1938
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Robert H. Ross
For three and a half years and while battling Lou Gehrig's disease, Gus Hennessey served us as class secretary with zeal and distinction. Chief among his duties of course was the writing of this class notes column, and we all
4719181_19860601_000103.xml
article
71
71
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
On April 23 the executive committee convened in New York. Perhaps the highlight of the gathering was the dissatisfaction expressed concerning the leadership of the administration and Board of Trustees in Hanover. A resolution
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72
72
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: Welcome to summer and all those things we were going to do as soon as summer arrived. Good luck and God bless! Most of our mail came in during March with a few April showings. Let us begin with Howie Wriggins, He
4719181_19860601_000105.xml
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72,73
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Class Notes
1941
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Monk Larson
Some happenings of recent months on the Hanover Plain recall for me the ferment we experienced in our undergraduate years of 1939 to 1941. Even before World War II came to Europe, more than 30 classmates had signed up for
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73
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Class Notes
1942
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David R. Sargent
A note from Mike de Sherbinin brought the sad news that Jim Farley died in March and enclosed material on Jim which will be used in an obituary in this or a later issue of this magazine.
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73,74
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Class Notes
1943
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Thomas W. Gerber
The contest over two seats on Dartmouth's Board of Trustees turned into a nationwide political campaign. As secretary-treasurer of the Alumni for Dartmouth group, backing the reelection of classmate Bob Field and Ron Schram
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article
74
74
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Stop presses. In case you missed it on the evening news, the classy class of 1944 was named Dartmouth's Class of the Year at the May 2-3 Class Officers Weekend in Hanover.
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75
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Class Notes
1945
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John E. Leggat
There is an adage in New England that vegetables, particularly tomatoes, are not planted before Memorial Day. Class Officers Weekend 1986 certainly proved that May can be frigid, including snow flurries. For the first time in
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75,76
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Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
We received a nice note from LowellThomas along with an interesting color brochure about his Talkeetna Air Taxi operation which he says "is beginning to shift into high blower with a group of Russian mountain climbers coming soon,
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Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
It's April, my favorite time of year. My birthday (60), our anniversary (35), the Stanley cup, (Bruins 1970) the Red Sox (remember 1975?), the Celtics (perennial), and don't forget the Marathon on April 19.
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77
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury
"Oh, to be in Hanover, now that April's there!" With apologies to Browning, your humble scribe seeks your indulgence for one or two flashbacks on the springtimes we knew when we were still traipsing the paths of our College on
4719181_19860601_000113.xml
article
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77,78
Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
Don Mose weighs in with a message from Santa Fe, N. M. After 35 years of service as the financial officer of a Chicago building construction firm, in June 1985 Don moved to the high desert country of northern New Mexico with
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
Spring came early. In late March the forsythia bloomed to grace Easter. But the North Country remains cruel, tantalizing, taking what it gives, reverting from promise to threat. The dogwood blossoms blended with the swirl of
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79
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Class Notes
1951
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David Wiggins
Frank O'Neil, vice president of corporate communications and government affairs of PPG Industries in Pittsburgh, retires on August 1 after 32 years of service. After Dartmouth, Frank graduated from the Harvard Advanced
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article
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80
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
It is with sadness that we start another column with the news of the loss of a classmate. George Read died from a heart attack on March 22. George roomed at Dartmouth with Ely Wagshul, whom I phoned after receiving the news. I
4719181_19860601_000117.xml
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80,81
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Class Notes
1953
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Thomas D. Bloomer
A discussion of Dartmouth out-of-doors would be incomplete without mention of the incomparable Put Blodgett, Hanover, N.H. Put captained the woodsmen's team. We all have visions of him with a grip on a cross-cut saw that clearly
4719181_19860601_000118.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1954
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Fredric Alpert
This column has the possibility of being the shortest one in history. As I sit down to write it, I just received Herb Hillman's marvelous newsletter, just loaded with class information, some of which duplicates what I would
4719181_19860601_000119.xml
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82,83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1955
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Lynmar Brock Jr.
It is a source of constant satisfaction and not a little admiration when we find that talents of the class of '55 have brought forth yet another book that has actually been published - better yet when there are three new titles
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83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
The summer doldrums would seem to have arrived early. As this is written (mid-April), news of classmates is limited. While on vacation remember to send your secretary a postcard.
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
Unless there is a classmate out there who is a late bloomer, I am ready to concede our Captain of Industry award to Phil Lippincott; he has been elected one of the 20 directors of Exxon, which in normal times is the world's
4719181_19860601_000122.xml
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
One of the glorious features of spring is news from happy classmates that a son or daughter has been accepted at Dartmouth. If you can keep those achievers coming, I will always feel youthful when the blossoms and buds begin to
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85
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Class Notes
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Tom Noonan continues to serve as chair of the department of Russian and East European studies at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. In September 1985 he visited Poland as part of a faculty exchange program with one of
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article
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85,86
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Class Notes
1960
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Robert Boye
Due to a dearth of communications, this column is limited. While 1 am tempted to use the space to editorialize about recent events in Hanover, that is not my function. I can report, however, that many of the class have become
4719181_19860601_000125.xml
article
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
I know you'll find this hard to believe, but our next reunion will be our 30th!
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87
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Class Notes
1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
If you haven't already, please note the following dates on your 1987 calendar: Thursday, June 18, through Sunday, June 21, are the days of our 25th reunion.
4719181_19860601_000127.xml
article
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87,88
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
The class of '63 needs only $5,000 more to establish a scholarship in the name of David Downey, a victim of multiple sclerosis, now confined to a wheelchair and nearly blind. A marine officer who saw combat in Viet Nam, Dave
4719181_19860601_000128.xml
article
88
88
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Class Notes
1964
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Robert M. Cahners
Through April 2 the College's Alumni Fund had raised $6,121,000 from 11,202 contributors. For those of you who are interested in statistics, this represents a bit over 50 percent of the goal. There has been a 30-percent
4719181_19860601_000129.xml
article
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Class Notes
1965
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Bruce D. Jolly
The class of 1965 has long believed it is a unique group in the history of Dartmouth College. One of the many areas where we feel we stand alone is in our proud claim to have been the first class ever to have produced
4719181_19860601_000130.xml
article
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89
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Class Notes
1966
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Charles D. Vernon
Maybe this column will be arriving near the anniversary of the day when you graduated 20 years ago. .What do you remember about graduation? I can't recall much, but I was amazed that everybody got the right diploma - and that I
4719181_19860601_000131.xml
article
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90
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
The Secretary's Dream Award for this month goes to Robert Mann, who bailed me out at deadline time with the following epistle from his new address in New South Wales, Australia:
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90
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Class Notes
1968
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Robert S. Block
Spring weather has again sapped the writing energies of classmates! Only two major items came through this month.
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Class Notes
1970
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Stewart G. Rosenblum
I am pleased to have a few bits of news for you in this, my last column. It is hard to believe that I have been reporting on what has happened to us for the last 11 years. My thanks to all who have helped over the years. You
4719181_19860601_000134.xml
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91
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news is word that Gregg Young has been named regional partner in charge of the new national accounts division of Trammell Crowe Company. The firm, which is privately held by its 110 partners,
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91
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. DeRegt
A change of venue this time. Palm trees, surf pounding outside our cabin, gentle breezes, sand in the bed. We're on vacation, and it's time for my last class column.
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article
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Spring has sprung in Boston, and the Red Sox are about to step up to bat. LarryRoberts has also stepped up to bat at the investment firm of Kidder, Peabody. Larry has left his job as a vice president of the Bank of New England and
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92
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Class Notes
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
I am sitting down to type this column after a wonderful and exciting weekend at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga. The Masters is one of Georgia's finest events, and this year turned out to be a particularly exciting one. I
4719181_19860601_000138.xml
article
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92,93
Class Notes
Class Notes
1975
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Stephen D. Gray
Another spring season has unfortunately come and gone, with your faithful scribe missing Class Officers Weekend. Last year at this time, Eliza and I were in the process of packing up our household in Hartford and moving to
4719181_19860601_000139.xml
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93
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
As I scribble this scrabble, the Yanks have won four in a row, and summer vacation is just around the corner. The snowbirds have almost all vacated our sunny shores, and already we Miamians are looking forward to summer
4719181_19860601_000140.xml
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93
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Class Notes
1977
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Walter M. "Ted" Wingate Jr.
Hello, summer, hello, madness. How many of you can relate to the following from Howard Fielding: "Ho hum - yet another birth announcement in this babyboomer generation. Jeffrey James Fielding made his appearance March 7 a
4719181_19860601_000141.xml
article
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Class Notes
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! This month I made phone calls to track down those of you who have not written lately. Since it was late, many of my calls were targeted to the western time zones. Genet IdeDuke was home in Rapid City, S.D.
4719181_19860601_000142.xml
article
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94,95
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Class Notes
1979
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Philip B. Gray
Anybody else get hit hard by daylight savings time this year? Of course, this subject will be yesterday's news, but right now I'm really having trouble adjusting. Do you suppose that they have this in the rest of the world?
4719181_19860601_000143.xml
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95
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Class Notes
1980
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Cathy McGrath
Battle of the Cities, recap, round one: McGrath comes out swiftly, with a quick left jab ("Savannah? Is that a brand name for canned vegetables?") Herring comes back with a bevy of blows ("Tofu! Hippies! Earthquakes! EST!")
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Class Notes
1981
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Dirk D. Olin
All right already. This is it. I won't have you to kick around any more. After five years fastidiously fabricating facts about the whole scurvy lot of us, I am on my way to that great class notes memory bank in the sky. I become
4719181_19860601_000145.xml
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96
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Class Notes
1982
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Philippa Guthrie
My dear '82s, in my last and final column as guest writer for the world traveling '82 secretaries, I would like to take a few moments to mention some of our fellow classmates. Is that all right? I sincerely hope that using
4719181_19860601_000146.xml
article
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96,97
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Class Notes
1983
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Beth Winnick
Pondering a career change? In the wake of GE's buyout of Kidder Peabody, Danny Goggin has reportedly been reassigned to selling side-by-side refrigerator freezers. Also trying something new and different, Mark Stein left his
4719181_19860601_000147.xml
article
97
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Class Notes
1984
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Eric M. Grubman
Good evening, and welcome to yet another in the long line of class notes. As you undoubtedly are well aware, this is my final missive for the season, and when next year finds us, we will be one step closer to the front of the
4719181_19860601_000148.xml
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98
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Class Notes
1985
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Sally Crane
With our one-year milestone upon us, the lingering memories of our commencement share space with new perspective, new experience. But even one year older and wiser, we find some things never change. This was made evident by the
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Article
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: ALBANY-SCHBNECTADY-TROY, 2nd Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call 518/449-7188 ALBUQUERQUE, Ist Wednesday, Ten Central Exchange Restaurant ANCHORAGE, Duke's Restaurant, 3601
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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 secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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