Issue: 19870301

Sunday, March 1, 1987
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A Student Makes a Game of Graduating (p. 18)
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Quechee Lakes VERMONT
Quechee Lakes VERMONT
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Table Of Contents
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March 1987
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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Hanover Scene
Hanover Scene
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Jay Heinrichs
Making Tracks
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DARTMOUTH COOP
DARTMOUTH COOP
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WATER WORKS
WATER WORKS
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Shallow Pride
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GARDNER AGENCY
GARDNER AGENCY
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WOOD HAVEN
WOOD HAVEN
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The Immortal Wilderness
The Immortal Wilderness
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Dartmouth Authors
Dartmouth Authors
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H. Schuyler Foster '25 is the author of Activism Replaces Isolationism: U.S. Public Attitudes 1940-1975 (Foxhall Press, Washington, D.C., 1984, 420 pp., $14.95). Foster, for many years a member of the Public Opinion Studies Staff of the
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CUNARD
CUNARD
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Sweet wood
Sweet wood
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Undergraduate Chair
Senior Epiphany
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Lesley Barnes '87
I've been told that, in every liberal arts education, there will be one course, one professor, or just one academic experience that will affect a student so deeply as to bring his or her whole body of learning into perspective.
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THE QUADRANGLE A MARRIOTT LIFECARE COMMUNITY
THE QUADRANGLE A MARRIOTT LIFECARE COMMUNITY
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The College
Lamm begins term as Montgomery Fellow
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"Controversy has always been my friend; it has never been my enemy. But I've always been on the thin edge of disaster," said former governor of Colorado Richard Lamm during his first press conference after arriving in Hanover
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The College
Report from the Council
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Mark Harty '73
Greetings. One of the primary interests of all alumni at this time in the College's history is the Presidential Search Committee and where the search process currently stands. While the committee's meetings are confidential, it
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The College
Hopkins Institute debuts
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Economist Walter Williams was the first speaker brought to campus By the newly formed Ernest Martin Hopkins Institute. The New York-based organization was formed by a group of alumni who seek to balance what they perceive as
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The College
College has mixed results on affirmative action
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The recently released Affirmative Action Annual Report showed that the College had a successful year recruiting minorities, but fell short of meeting other goals. The Trustees established goals for faculty appointments of 33
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The College
Rabbi Foley takes key post at Columbia
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Rabbi Michael Paley will leave his position of associate chaplain at Dartmouth in June and become the director of Columbia's Earl Hill Center. Paley's new position is comparable to that of the dean of Dartmouth's Tucker
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The College
Deja Vu
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The Associated Press, the New York Times, and other national publications recently rep orted that the faculty senate of Roger Williams College, located in Bristol, Rhode Island, asked the college's president to remove a
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The College
Concord String Quartet disbands
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After performing more than 1,100 concerts on three continents, winning two Emmy Awards and two Grammy nominations, the Concord String Quartet has decided to disband. On May 7, the Hopkins Center's Quartet in Residence will
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The College
Rassias takes teaching method to China
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Professor of French and Italian John Rassias is spending six weeks in the People's Republic of China teaching the Rassias Method to instructors and making a documentary film to be shown in China and the United States.
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The College
Faculty News
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Pease receives book award
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The College
Crossing the Green
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Ski coach to lead world, Olympic biathlonteams
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The College
Feast of Song: A Smorgasbord of Renaissance Delights
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For six winter evenings Collis Center was transformed into the court of England's Queen Elizabeth I for the annual performance of the Chamber Singers' "A Feast of Song." A sumptuous Elizabethan banquet was served by peasants to
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Give a Rouse for
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WILLIAM H. MORTON '32, recipient of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame's Gold Medal for 1986.
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The Sunset
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Cover Story
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Passing With A Roll Of The Dice
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Jay Heinrichs
Senior Matt Mcllwain has hundreds of alumni going through college again for a much lower price.
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Game Theory and the Prisoner's Dilemma
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The crux of Matt Mcllwain's invention is an elementary form of game theory, a concept that was created during the 1950s and is commonly used today by researchers to apply mathematics to decisions by groups or individuals.
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One Question for Mr. Frost
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Philip Booth '47
"I'd like to think now that he heard in my question, however naive, a glimmer of response to his teaching."
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"These Children Are the Future"
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Shelby Grantham
By being the first in the Ivy League to administer a daycare center, Dartmouth deals with a burgeoning national issue.
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"Originally, I wanted to be a veterinarian."
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Jeff Robbins, teaching director of the Dartmouth College Child Care Center, sits on the floor beside a wriggling snowsuit, expertly stuffing small feet into small boots. "Hi!" cries the snowsuit. "My birthday starts in
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The Magic Bullet
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B.J. Schulz arid Mary McFadden
"Dr. Ball," she asked, "what would be the perfect cancer treatment?" He smiled, "Do you mean 'the Magic Bullet'?"
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Sports
Sports
Basketball's Giant-Killing Jim Barton
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Jim Needham '70
It was the big time, in a sense. The national media came in droves for the Dartmouth-Miami University basketball game played in Florida last December, and they weren't there to see Dartmouth's team. In fact, the role of the
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Alumni Album
The Sages of Hanover
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Lee Michaelides
Sixty cents buys more than a cup of coffee at the Inn provided you sit at the right table
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
The secretary regrets to announce that his beloved wife, Beatrice, died on December 14, 1986. She had been ill for several months but the end was unexpected. She was a wonderful companion for 60 years of marriage. She also was
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
It is gratifying to have news of children and grandchildren of classmates who are following the Dartmouth tradition. Through my St. Thomas Church (Hano- ver) affiliation, I am in touch with Amy Welch '87, granddaughter of Dick
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1921
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Russell Bailey
The September 4 issue of the WoodRiver Journal had a large front-page ture of Dorice and Phez Taylor. Tht'v were the grand marshals of the annual parade known as the "Rooster Express" in Ketchum, Idaho. They celebrated their
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Class Notes
1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey Sr.
Classmates coming to Hanover for our 65th reunion this June 12, 13, 14 will return primarily to renew lifelong friendships in the 1922 family. Their pleasure, however, may be enhanced if they know some of the 1922 landmarks
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home
Our classmate Jules Rippel, through the Fannie Rippel Foundation, has again come forward to give the Dartmouth Medical School an electron microscope, which should be of considerable benefit to the research projects. The price of
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1924
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Edward Winsor
A good letter from Hal Rider, whom the College lists as class of '25 because he was out sick a year and graduated a year late. He says that "My heart has always been with 1924." Hal and Everett Robie '23 founded the Dartmouth
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
We learned, with regret, of the death of Ben Werntz. An obituary will follow. Word from a niece of Jay Elder informs us that Jay has been staying at Homewood Retirement Center in Frederick, Md., for the past two years, but
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Class Notes
1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Holiday greetings were most welcome for bringing class news to this month's column. For example, Hank and Jane Parker reported a busy 1986, visiting daughter Connie and family in California winter, spring, and fall
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
I am devastated to report that SteveTracy died January 5 at home in Cornish, N.H. after a massive heart attack. As you know, he was co-chairman of the 60th reunion, and because of his proximity to Hanover, had taken a very major
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Class Notes
1928
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Osmun Skinner
At this point I should thank you for the recent notes and cards received in appreciation for my birthday cards. I've been sending them for 25 years, hoping to get a laugh and perhaps some news or comment.
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Remember those poetic Bulletins by Fritz Hier '44 that brought us back to the crunch of the snow at 20 below and the misery of the duck boards in March? Your usually garrulous scribe got an Alumni Award at the November Council
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Class Notes
1930
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Robert H. Marr
From Charlie Widmayer and BurtCrandell comes word that the Woodstock Inn has preempted our weekend of September 16 and 17, 1988 and has rented 102 rooms to someone else, leaving just 15 for us. Charlie says we'll stick with our
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Class Notes
1931
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Ralph Maynard
As you saw in the December 1986 Dartmouth Alumni Magazine under "Give a . Rouse For," Line Page was honored by the government of Finland. I quote details from a recently published article: "Dr. Lincoln R. Page, is the recipient of
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1932
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Benjamin W. Drew
As this is being written on December 31, 1986 and regardless of when you receive it Happy New Year! "Happy Reunion!"
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1933
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Carl E. Rugen
Wood Foster, not heard from frequently, wrote a most welcome letter telling of his and Betty's activities. They visited their daughter in Dover, N.H., in August, and Wood attended the computer course for alumni in Hanover.
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Class Notes
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
What sort of hobbies do you suppose your classmates have been pursuing or will now pursue? They would certainly include gardening, since on our reunion questionnaire 46 percent of the class listed that as one of the regular
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1935
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James C. Boldt
I don't have a lot to work with this month too many of you on the Florida links, I guess, or travelling to exotic parts of the world us poor folks will never see. No envy implied your secretary is a natural born homebody, and
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
The geographic center of the class of 1936 has seasonably shifted from the chilly Northeast to sunny Florida. A 1 Gibney has set up his winter headquarters at the Indian River Plantation in Stuart, and when he is not golfing or
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1937
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Robert C. Bankart
THE GOLDEN JUBILEE
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1938
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Robert H. Ross Jr.
In the course of a Christmas week spent with our elder daughter and her family in Madison, Wis., Mary and I also managed the better part of a late-Decemb er afternoon with Bob and Sally Manegold at their home in nearby Hartland.
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Sadly we initiate this column with the news that Harriman Jones died on October 6, 1986 at his home in Canton, N.Y. Harriman spent a good part of his life as a professor at St. Lawrence University in Canton.
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Class Notes
1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: It must be March, my pulse just turned on. Spring is all coiled up, ready to bust out, the wood pile is dwind ling, and the mail box gapes open awaitin your offerings.
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Class Notes
1941
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Monk Larson
I wrote a form letter that I figured for sure would bring a reponse from somebody or other. The mailing I decided upon was to select, from the 1986 Dartmouth Alumni Directory, a few names alphabetically with one from the "A's" and
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Class Notes
1942
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David R. Sargent
A nice letter from Audrey Keller brought us the sad news that she had lost her husband and our classmate in November. Bill Keller put in 39 years in Wall Street and then last summer retired to Dublin, Calif. A proper obituary
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Class Notes
1943
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Thomas W. Gerber
The November 1986 issue of Planning, a publication of the American Planning Association, featured a story on John Reps, one of the foremost planning historians in the nation. John retired in December after 36 years on the
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Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Old Testament: Genesis, XXIII _ "Old and well stricken in age." Hah. Speak for yourself. Go tell it to the marines. (But not Colonel North; he'd probably take the Fifth). Anyway, we're recently back from a winter assault on Mt.
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Class Notes
1945
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John E. Leggat
For all correspondence that you are sending to the secretary this year please use the new address 8 Timberlee Lane, Westford, MA 01886 rather than Box 111. We are at the same home, but runs to the Westford center post office
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Class Notes
1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
The Welles Fendrich family continues to thrive in the Princeton, N.J., area and the Northeast. Daughter Anne, a Smith College junior economics major, is spending this year as an exchange student at Dartmouth, with the winter
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Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
Our class is heading into reunion, our 40th, gathering on Tuck Drive on June 15th, in the sunlight under the tall elms beneath Baker Hall. Give yourself a mental picture of a large green tent, a piano, foot-traffic in and
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Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury
More on '48 brethren in Massachusetts.
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Class Notes
1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
Bruce Crawford sends the most glamorous photographs imaginable of Nestor"Pete" Lord and himself on the island of Tortola, which I recall as part of the British Virgin Islands. The photos were taken in 1986 and depict a boat
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Class Notes
1951
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Wilson C. Boyton
Dave Wiggins sends along a nice message, saying that he is enjoying reading these class notes now that he no longer has to write them. Rog Shannon writes of his moving from Spokane to Rockville, Md.: "Finally moved back home to
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Class Notes
1952
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Jay H. Anderson
Considerable news has gathered during the one month writing respite over the holidays. First, some elaboration on last fall's news of John Rosenwald's appointment to serve a maximum of two fiveyear terms on the College's Board
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Class Notes
1953
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Thomas D. Bloomer
International travel, semesters abroad, and language studies were relatively unique in the 1950s at Dartmouth. Now they are commonplace. A review of the 1953 Aegis indicates that French, Spanish, Germania, Russian, and
4719181_19870301_000086.xml
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Class Notes
1954
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Fredric Alpert
Over the years the class has seen fit to give out all sorts of awards for extraordinary accomplishments. I would like to propose that Mike Payson recieve the Class of '54 Award for creative financing. Mike, who is with the
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Class Notes
1955
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Lynmar Brock Jr.
Change is constant if something constant can be ever changing. So it is with classmates.
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Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
Reunion is fast approaching, June 1517, and the response has been encouraging. Tom Rosenwald reports (mid-January) that 150 classmates are "considered comers" with 60 additional "possibles." If these numbers hold, we may
4719181_19870301_000089.xml
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
The most frequent contributor of news items to this column is the class of '28'secretary, Os Skinner. Among other 'things, he guards the New York Times on weekdays and sends me items which appear on classmate's marriages,
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Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
Make plans now for the 30th reunion, June 15-17, 1987. Reasons to come to reunion are numerous. For example, it is a real thrill to meet a friend you haven't seen since June 1958. It happens every time you go to reunion. Also
4719181_19870301_000091.xml
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Class Notes
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Stu Hanson writes that he and Gail, along with Barb and Rod Anderson, recently enjoyed reminiscing with Dartmouth types a year our junior. Barb and Tom Mcßurney '60 hosted a dinner for 30th year reunionists at Johnson High
4719181_19870301_000092.xml
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Class Notes
1960
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Robert Boye
The New York Times article was headlined "Arthur Young Official To Work for Simon." It explained that A 1 Roberts, vice chairman of Arthur Young & Company, was leaving to join William E. Simon as the chief financial officer of
4719181_19870301_000093.xml
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert Conn
We tend to think of our reunions as primarily for us — and of course they are — but we often forget that those are Dartmouth students behind the serving tables, manning the registration desks, and staffing the tents, and that
4719181_19870301_000094.xml
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
Make your plans now for "The Greenest Show on Earth." That's the theme of our 25th reunion slated for June 1988. At last count, over 100 questionnaire responses have been received by chairman Bruce Nichols with "Plan to
4719181_19870301_000095.xml
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Class Notes
1964
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Robert M. Cahners
The following item goes into the"I knew him when" category: The November 23, 1986, issue of the Marin (Calif.) Independent Journal carried the following opening paragraph in its feature story: "He looks like an ad for Dewar's
4719181_19870301_000096.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
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Bruce D. Jolly
In 1984 our classmate Ted Talbot wrote a very open account of his life for our class newsletter. Like many of us, Ted had seemingly done everything the "right way:" graduate degree, military service, exemplary career and a
4719181_19870301_000097.xml
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Class Notes
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
January saw the annual 1967 squash tournament of our Boston classmates. The hardcore squash players gathered at the Boston Athletic Club for a playoff competition, while others joined them for drinks later. John Manaras helped
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Class Notes
1968
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Robert S. Block
Hello from snow country! This first column of '87 finds the northeast enjoying its best snow in years. Hope many of you get out the skis and visit Hanover for the Alumni Winter Weekend. Steve Calvert promises excellent seminars
4719181_19870301_000099.xml
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Class Notes
1969
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Rick Willets
This month, some good news, some no news, and some bad news, in that order.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1970
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Thomas L. Avery
It is the dead of winter as I write, but hopefully by the time you read these notes there will be signs that the end is near, with longer, fairer days at hand. Several of our classmates have been in the news over these past few
4719181_19870301_000101.xml
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Class Notes
1972
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Joseph L. Davis
Mini-reunion chairman Jon Einsidler reports that Dale Heussner, Ted Lipman,Mike Sack, Chip Carstensen, Jack Manning, and Wayne Young attended the Princeton game. Wayne is back in sunny California practicing law now, but his
4719181_19870301_000102.xml
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Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Greetings. I'm starting off the new year with some bits and pieces of news from all over.
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Class Notes
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
Well, it's the start of a new year and I'm reviewing plots and ploys for getting you to send information on yourself to me. So far all my plans have failed. You won't even call me collect! Therefore, I have decided to institute
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Class Notes
1975
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Stephen D. Gray
Already five days past my deadline; not a single word from my classmates all winter; and now I am faced with actually calling one of you and speaking to you live. Imagine my relief and surprise when I opened the mail today and
4719181_19870301_000105.xml
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Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
Greetings! Hot news for a cold month: The grapevine has it that Kevin Keyes was joined in holy matrimony with Nancy Kasperovich in October 1986 in Warren, N.J. Reportedly several Tabardians, including Steve Askey from Morgan
4719181_19870301_000106.xml
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Class Notes
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! Since I keep asking for mail, some people finally contacted me! But I have to admit that both contacts were on official class business. Celia Chen is on the College committee to review the alma mater,
4719181_19870301_000107.xml
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Class Notes
1979
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Philip B. Gray
Hmn, things are pretty slow this month. I never did tell you all about my wedding two years ago, did I? Well, it was a sunny day .... Hold it, what's this? The mail has arrived. We are all spared once again.
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Class Notes
1981
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Jennifer M. Toolin
Miss my last issue? Well, as they say, absence makes the heart grow fonder . although usually of someone else ... so who you got in mind? When we last huddled it was nigh upon the Christmas season, and you'll probably join me
4719181_19870301_000109.xml
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Class Notes
1982
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Emily P. Bakemeier
The results are in, and we have a winner! You will recall that in the December column I asked for entrants in our transl ate-a-paragraph-of-Filipino-dialect contest. Entrants were asked to attempt the translation of a letter
4719181_19870301_000110.xml
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Class Notes
1983
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Ken Johnson
There are three seasons in Minnesota: July, August, and winter. This may explain Martha Sundberg's somewhat vituperative reaction to a report in this column that she had joined the matrimonial ranks. "My friends must be won-
4719181_19870301_000111.xml
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Class Notes
1984
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Eric Grubman
Our top story concerns one Sheila Heffron. As many of you faithful viewers will recall, Sheila recently became Mrs. Sheila Rankowitz. Since that day, I have received approximately 500 letters reminding me of this fact. Rather
4719181_19870301_000112.xml
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1985
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Sally Crane
A couple of weeks ago I received a letter from Alumni Records asking me to print the names of some "lost" classmates. How these people have escaped from the fold I will never understand . . . Dartmouth mail is the only thing
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Class Notes
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
The class didn't produce any NFL allstars (at least not yet, but don't count out Melissa Baten), but two of our classmates have earned glory and ovations in another sport. Jeff Brighton and Greg Hulbert are both starring on
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Article
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Paul S. Vaitses Jr. '42: Keeping Memories Afloat
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Ann Carlson
Fourty-four years is a long time for a love affair to last, but for Paul S. Vaitses Jr. '42 and a great grey lady named Mamie, there are no signs of their relationship going under. Mamie is the U.S.S. Massachusetts, a 680-foot,
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-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
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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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