Issue: 19881201

Thursday, December 1, 1988
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College or University?
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JP Morgan
JP Morgan
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Berrill Farms in Hanover
Berrill Farms in Hanover
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McLaughry Associates, Inc., Realtors
McLaughry Associates, Inc., Realtors
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Table of Contents
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WINTER 1988 VOL. 81 NO. 4
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HOME HILL
HOME HILL
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Article
THE COLLEGE
CUTTING BONE
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College budgeters face tough choices.
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK WINTER
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"Contrary to the assertion of Cardinal Newman . . . that to discover and to teach are separate functions seldom united in the same person, I believe that discovery stimulates teaching, and that teaching necessitates discovery."
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Dartmouth National Bank
Dartmouth National Bank
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The Hanover Inn at Datmouth Callege
The Hanover Inn at Datmouth Callege
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Quechee Lakes Vermont
Quechee Lakes Vermont
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Exclusively Campion's
Exclusively Campion's
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THE DARTMOUTH COMMUNITY
THE DARTMOUTH COMMUNITY
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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House Arrest
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HALLMARK LIMOUSINES
HALLMARK LIMOUSINES
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HOWARD JOHNSON
HOWARD JOHNSON
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N T Ferro Custom Jewelers
N T Ferro Custom Jewelers
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Sports
SPORTS
OH, SWEET VICTORY!
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Chuck Young '88
Green teams crush the Crimson.
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CrossLand
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True Basic
True Basic
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The Shaker Inn
The Shaker Inn
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Jas. Becker Cabinetmaker
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Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
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Article
SYLLABUS
BEYOND INTUITION
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J. Laurie Snell
Mathematician Snell on life's gambles.
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Article
SYLLABUS
READINGS
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John G. Kemeny, Gerald Thompson and J. Laurie Snell, Introduction to Finite Mathematics Mathematics (Prentice Hall). Finite was born at Dartmouth in 1954. There are now hundreds of finite mathematics books and most, like this
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Windermere Island Club
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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Franklin Folsom '28 and Connie Fledderjohann with Gerda Lawrence, The Great Peace March (Ocean Tree Books) This is the story of the 1986 cross country march that 1,200 people made to demand the end of the nuclear arms race.
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Quechee Lakes
Quechee Lakes
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The Man Who Invented the Ant Farm (Not to Mention the Ant Coal Mine)
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Lee Michaelides
VITA
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The Compleat Engineer
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Samuel C. Florman '46
How to educate people technically without making them into technocrats.
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A Sun-Powered Race Between Two Very Different Schools
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Timothy J. Burger '88
A "glossy, handsome, streamlined car that looked like a prop for a James Bond movie," said an Associated Press writer of Sunvox, a solar-powered race car built by Dartmouth students. "A Soap Box Derby entry" is how he described the
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EASTMAN VISITOR CENTER
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Cover Story
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Is "The College" a College?
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James O. Freedman
The president describes the evolution of a liberal arts university.
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Looking Inward
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LEE MICHAELIDES
One "opportunity" that President Freedman listed for looking into Dartmouth's future is a self-study report recently completed by three on campus committees.
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ROGER CLARKSON
ROGER CLARKSON
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Is Vietnam Still Claiming Some of Us?
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Karen Endicott
IN PROGRESS
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1918
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Pat Bryant Koedding
Class president Dick White, the last remaining "charter" class bequest chairman, was recently lauded by none other than President James O. Freedman. "It has come to my attention that you have stepped down from your role
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1919
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Edward E. Martin
Elmer Pilsbury has been laid up for several months but is now recuperating nicely. He and Frances had been planning to attend the reunion in June but as of now aren't so sure. Let us hope they will still be able to make
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Our former admirable ambassador, Ellis Briggs, enjoyed relaxing at a summer home in Topsfield, Maine. Lucy Briggs has continued to spend time there every summer. She writes, "Topsfield celebrated its 150 th birthday
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1922
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John Dana
Mal Clarke continues to excel in his chosen sport, tennis. Last year he won the National Championship for singles and doubles for 85-year-olds at Longwood. This year he lost in the finals at Santa Barbara (hard court)
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1923
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Herbert Q. Horne
Seldom have I had the privilege of having three sources of information from which I can prepare the Class Notes. I will use the most important first. Our good friend and classmate, Charlie Zimmerman, has had the honor of
4719181_19881201_000042.xml
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Our mini-reunion in Hanover on September 23-24 included all eight of our class officers as well as executive committee members Polly Hartshorn and Dana Haskin. As would be expected, the reunion planning was the main
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Two more deaths to report: Robert Meginnity on July 18 in Detroit, Mich., and Bradford Smith Jr. on September 13 Centreville, Md. Answer to last month's quiz: Capt. William Eaton, class of 1790. He organized an
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
In spite of record heat in New England, Wad Woods, Portsmouth, N.H., played in five tennis doubles tournaments, and he and his partner again won the New England title in the 80-85 age bracket.
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1927
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Erwin P. Paddock
September 16-17 was billed as a mini-reunion and mini it was as only 16 stalwart classmates of Tribe 1927 traveled north ward and mounted the Hanover plain to enjoy the fall foliage, meet with old friends, watch a
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1928
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George A. Bell
Many of our classmates may not be fully aware of the extent to which our Memorial Scholarship Fund has grown, and what it has accomplished. Co-chairmen of the fund George Davis and Curly Prosser prepared a report for
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Dr. Nick Vincent and Alice found the spirit of 500 alumni at the Davidson game was heartwarming. A '29 table at dinner included the John Moxons, Roll Readings, Carter Stricklands, and Bill Andres's son Bill. Nick suggests
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Eight months ago a major event in our history occurred almost unnoticed. We've just learned that on April 12 Cleveland's University School honored Lee A. Chilcote with its 1988 Graduate Alumni Award "in recognition
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1931
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Ralph T. maynard
Jack Weisert asked if he could help in the Red Rolfe campaign by writing to the sportswriters on the 18member Hall of Fame Committee on Veterans which does the electing, supporting Red's nomination by then President
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
You were probably as gratified as I to read President Freedman's letter accompanying Howdy Pierpont's annual reminder of class dues. His words of appreciation for our endowment of two internships at the Office of
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1933
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Jackson Wright
We have a few classmates who are as well known outside of the United States as they are within, and Dick Goldthwait is one of them. Geology must be an inherited trait. His father taught at Dartmouth for 40 years and
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
The fall reunions are memories now. What a treat for those able to make one of those gridiron events. The initial one for the Penn game brought out 73 of the '34 family for dinners at the Hanover Inn and lunch at Smoyer
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1935
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James C. Boldt
More or less fresh from our September mini-reunion, I find my chronic Zero-Mail Syndrome no particular handicap this time, in view of the interesting things to report from that pleasant occasion. (If you've never been to
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
The fall '36 mini-reunion and class executive committee meeting were held September 23 and 24 too early for the really eager foliage fans and leaf lookers but weather-wise completely ideal from start to finish. Tears
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1937
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Carl L. N. Erdman
The Statue of Liberty was dedicated in 1886. The inscription on a tablet in the pedestal of the statue, written by Emma Lazarus, reads in part: "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe
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CLASS NOTES
1938
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Gene Waggaman
"SHORT RETIREMENT URGES SWEET RETURN": So spake poet John Milton. Poetically. Jack Fitting, however, takes him literally. Here's a guy who is willing to stop (occasionally) . . . slow (sometimes) . . . maybe even
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Twenty-eight classmates, most with wives, made the trek to Hanover for the early fall mini-reunion. We shall leave Bob Davidson to recount the business of the executive committee meeting and merely list those in
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: Hello and greetings from Larry and Genie Cate, Lee and Dick Bowman, Bob and Betty Bunker, Creight and Jean Holden, Bob and Crosbie MacMillen, Bob and Mary Armstrong, Hal McAllister, and Bob and Vicky Clark ... all of whom showed up
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1941
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Monk Larson
I thought that this was the year when I would finally have the company of my son David at a football game in Hanover. We had taken in Dartmouth vs. Columbia a few times in New York City, but his first visit to the
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.
December 1938-January 1939. Our first winter on the Hanover Plain begins. With Hitler pushing people around in Germany, the student body votes 21 to bring one or two German refugees to Dartmouth "if they have the
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
At last, a few letters that will help me fill this column. The first came from a member of the class of '53 looking for Charles and Jane Does. My recent printout from the College located them in Sebring, Fla., and I
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CLASS NOTES
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
We wait all year, making fists To come to grips with Christmas lists. Here's a thought that's a real corker, Check the gifts in The New Yorker. Vacation lures for exotic places Abound among the pages' spaces. The
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1945
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John E. Leggat
A delightful early fall long weekend with Moose and Joan Rowan and Howard and Roseanne Germain at the Rowan home in Greensboro, N.C., provides a nucleus for these notes. Of equal importance was the mini-reunion but much of
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
The 1988 mini-reunion could not have been better, with a record turnout of classmates and a clean sweep over the Harvards in all sports! Beginning with delicious chowder at the tent in Bob and Jackie Kimball's backyard,
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1947
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Ham Chase
In late September, I did an exciting thing; I spent a Monday and Tuesday at a Thayer School seminar. Quite different from the weekend or summer visit; I saw the students in dorms, walking the campus, heard the Baker
4719181_19881201_000066.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
A card from Dick Bredenberg states that our quietly retired philosopher/teacher and wife Huldah still have that restless wanderlust that pushes them around the globe from their base in St. Pete. The card from the Ocean
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1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
Lou Farrar spent 35 years in New York City with Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. He contributed mightily to Western civi lization by directing lending activities for Morgan in the construction and real estate fields and,
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1950
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Scott Olin
The executive committee of the class of 1950 met on Saturday morning, September 17, in the tent outside Dave Taylor's Sunset Motel. Joel Leavitt greeted the 25 attendees at 9:20 a.m. and adjourned the meeting
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1951
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Bill Boynton
First, some news of three classmates. Bob Rugen has taken early retirement from Pitney-Bowes in Stamford, Conn., to become manager of labor and employee relations at Duke University. Bob and Carolyn's daughter Rebecca is
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CLASS NOTES
1952
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Jay H. Anderson
The two automobile magnates of our class continue to make the news pages in Detroit. Among several top-level changes at Gen eral Motors—perceived as a positioning of several candidates to compete for the chairman's
4719181_19881201_000071.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1953
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Thomas D. Bloomer
Our 35th Reunion, June 12-15, 1989, is less than six months away. It's time to set the dates aside and make plans. Reunion chairman Dick Cahn and his team promise a memorable time. His high-powered committee is working
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Lynmar Brock Jr.
Think reunion! It's that time again. Thirty-five years! Okay, so you're counting and 1989 adds up to only 34. But we've moved forward again. We always were advanced! To reunite with '53 and '54 again, good men (and
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CLASS NOTES
1956
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Norm Olsen
The Dartmouth at Charlotte Weekend was delightful. The weather was great, the football game almost unbelievable, the "Ramesses the Great" exhibit spectacular. There were at least six of us there upholding the honor of
4719181_19881201_000074.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Adam T. Block
Eighty-five tiers worth of freshly sawed eight-by-eights were used to frame the 1988 Dartmouth Night bonfire. In the interest of reduced air pollution, burning old creosote-soaked railroad ties was to have become just
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Fred Louis III
Mort Fisher, Balitmore real estate lawyer, was recently appointed president of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. This organization is limited to 600 top practitioners in the U.S.A. Mort is a frequent
4719181_19881201_000076.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Pete Barber and Joe LaVigna encountered one another while skiing at Vail last winter and, according to Pete, spent a "terrific few days together talking about old times."
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1960
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Robert B. Boye
Howie Frankel sent me a photo of the Dartmouth contingent who attended the wedding of his daughter Alison '85 to Dan Fagin '85 on August 21. Even with a note of explanation and detailed scorecard, I was dazzled by the
4719181_19881201_000078.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1961
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Robert Conn
The class of 1961 banners were unfurled for the Dartmouth Night Torchlight Parade, at a pre-Harvard-game lunch on the new elevated plaza between Fayerweather and South Fayerweather halls, at the DOC House on Occom
4719181_19881201_000079.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1962
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Charles P. Giersch
So you want to run an inn in Vermont and escape the pressures of urban life? Check with Bill Wolfe first before leaping. Bill and his wife, Jan, own and operate the very successful Mountain Top Inn in Chittenden, Vt.,
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CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
Hanover, Homecoming, October 15: One only has to jog a few miles here to realize how physically small Dartmouth really is, "and yet how large and precious a jewel. The setting may grow and change, but the mystery and
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CLASS NOTES
1964
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Robert M. Cahners
The first museum exhibition organized jointly by Soviet and American curators will provide some insight into the desolate 4,000-mile arc of land between the North Pacific and Arctic Oceans. Bill Fitzhugh headed a team
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1965
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Bruce Jolly
Our classmate George Rutler has seen much of the world since his days in Hanover. The journeys in his life have not only been geographic, but also of a spiritual nature. George graduated in 1965 as the "class baby," a
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1966
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Charles D. Vernon
From two coasts, two walks of life. Chris Langely is a teacher in the Lone Pine Elementary School in Lone Pine, Calif. He's lived there for 16 years now. He has worked hard at developing the Community Theatre there,
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
This month's mail brought news that Bill Bogardus has received an award from the College. As you know Bill chaired the Alumni Fund for our class before assuming the class presidency. The College has recognized Bill with
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Our heartiest congratulations go halfway around the world to Ekamol Kiriwat of Bangkok, Thailand! Thanks to a recent letter from Cliff Groen, we learn that Ekamol will leave his directorship of Bank of Thailand soon to
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
The mini-reunion for the Harvard game had a small, but enthusiastic turnout for one of the better games of recent memory. Chip Carstensen, Dale Heussner, Sheldon Prentice, Mike Meehan, TimBall, Gary Shanley, Wayne Young,
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Greetings. Congratulations are due to Bob Bachelder who was recently installed as a missionary with the First Congregational Church in the Worcester area. As the Minister for Mission and Service of the Worcester Area
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1974
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Mary S. Donovan
We are happy here in the South to have Davidson College host Dartmouth in one of our big victories of the season! Word from Davidson was that it was a spectacular game full of cheering and revelry and a beautiful,
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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Stephen D. Gray
Keeping the entreprenurial spirit of our class alive is Blake Winchall. A recent article from the San Francisco Business Times indicates that Blake, like others before him, has broken out on his own with a good idea, a
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1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
"Hip Hip Hooray!" for our mighty head agent. John Haffenreffer was cited for "outstanding service to the Alumni Fund." Through his hard work and the work of the 4,000 other volunteers, the College raised nearly $12
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1977
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Al Henning and Carol Muller
The bonfire was interesting this year. For the first time in memory, creosoted railroad ties weren't used. Instead, raw 8 x 8 timbers were stacked high above the Green, defended by the freshmen from upper-class attacks
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Paul W. Kuhn
After a month at my new job in Turkey, I am finally beginning to get the hang of several of the throaty sounds common in the Turkish language. Unfortunately, there are several more which are impossible—one sounds like
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
Well, folks, in the fervor of this election year, have you figured out what you would do if you were suddenly promoted from vice president to CEO? And have you found yourselves wondering how, on Capitol Hill, a danish
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Cathy McGrath
So tell me, what is it about Minneapolis that causes its citizens to gush with pride? It's far from everywhere and not really on the way to anywhere. Nevertheless, wandering natives always seem to return and newcomers
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
You know that feeling, when you've just come back from a trip to a land far away, and your body is jet-lagged beyond comprehension, and all you want to do is drop your bags, plant your face in a pillow, and sleep for
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1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Sing it, Mikey Coster!!! "Ba-dah-dah-dah-dah-dah La Bamba!! Arriba, Arriba!! Te necesito . . ." Can you blame him? Or Kathy Coster, for that matter? The ex-San Diegans now are proud parents of a smiling bambino named
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1984
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Eric Grubman
It was time for something new. The columns had gone on for too long without a gimmick. Something had to be done before things got out of hand. It was up to me, I realized, since I'm the one writes who the column.
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1985
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Sally Goggin
I'm very pleased to say that I now have too many things to communicate. Thanks to all who have written! If you don't see your news this month, don't worry ... I will get it in over the next few months.
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
Most business travelers' pleasure is limited to remote-control TV, a nibble of chocolate left on the pillow, and room service. If a traveler is super lucky he or she might enjoy a sun lamp and telephone in the
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
The pickings are a bit slim this time around, so I have decided to spice things up. For those of you scoring at home, all writer's embellishments will be followed by an asterisk (*). My attorney tells me that's a good
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1988
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Chuck Young
Dartmouth Night weekend has come and gone, and I could easily fill this month's notes with the names of everybody who I either ran into or saw from afar. A good time was had by all. If you weren't here, you missed one
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Give a Rouse
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Arthur H. Nighswander '29, given the Bill of Rights Award of the New Hampshire chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
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The Story of Buster Jig
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R.H.N.
Gail I. Gardner '14 will be 96 later this month, Christmas Day to be exact. He's been called the last of a special breed, the last of the legendary cowboy poets. You get to be a legend when you write what's probably the most famous
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The Joy of Giving
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Charlie Zimmerman's talk at the Alumni Fund Banquet in September was titled "The Joy of Giving." His remarks were based on many years of experience, most recently exemplified by his role as head agent for the class of 1923
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Thanks to the Fund-Raisers...
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A number of records were set during the 1988 Alumni Fund drive and they were all recognized at an awards banquet over the Alumni Fund Weekend, September 22-24. Our photo shows the president of the Head Agents Association, Vic Smith
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View from the Top
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1947's Joe Eisaman and Al Colton (left to right) and the Salt Lake City skyline. Joe's headquarters are Los Angeles, but he'll go anywhere to visit a classmate, especially the class valedictorian. He writes: "I flew up for the day and
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Scholarship Fund for a '48
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SONNY DRURY '48
In September Barney Hoisington retired as Dartmouth's longtime director of financial aid. This son of Eleazar deserves the plaudits of his'48 classmates, and the College at large, for a job well done.
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San Francisco Crowns Kopp Ring
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It is not the first time a magazine has put together a potpourri of power—people who possess it and people who have lost it. This time it's San Francisco Magazine. Their September cover story named State Senator Quentin
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Justice from Dartmouth
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James L. Morse '62 has been sworn in as a justice of Vermont's Supreme Court by Gov. Madeleine Kunin. Ironically Morse takes the seat formerly held by Frank Mahady '61, who stepped down from the high court in April during
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Old Skoal Ties
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The hills were alive with Dartmouths. On the occasion of the first performance of "The Sound of Music" by a Norwegian cast, Johannes von Trapp '63, second from left, journeyed from Vermont to Oslo, where he also visited with his
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A Day in the Life of an '80
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In 1986 "A Day in the Life of America" was published and soon became a coffee-table favorite. A collection of photos taken by 200 photographers across the nation on a single day, the book was a rich and often provocative depiction of
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CLUB CALENDAR
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: Albany-Schenectady-Troy, luncheons rotate 2nd Tuesday, 3rd Wednesday and 4th Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call Art Leonard 518/449-7188 Albuquerque, 1st Wednesday, Ten
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Deaths
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(This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the previous issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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