Issue: 19890301

Wednesday, March 1, 1989
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Computer as a Tutor
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CLIPPER CRUISE LINE
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The Fireside Theatre
The Fireside Theatre
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Periwinkle
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MARCH 1989 VOL. 81 NO. 6
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CORDILLERA
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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THE COLLEGE
OROZCO'S LEGACY
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Drawing and sketches return to Dartmouth.
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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MARCH
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BERRILL FARMS IN HANOVER
BERRILL FARMS IN HANOVER
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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College or University?
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Dartmouth Alumni Fund
Dartmouth Alumni Fund
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CrossLand
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ALUMNI HEIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI HEIGHTS ABROAD
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Campion's
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Expressions in gold
Expressions in gold
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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
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DARTMOUTH
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Dartmouth's Opportunity to Instill Environmental Values
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Fortnightly
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VERMONT
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Dartmouth Today
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SUMMER TENNIS AT DARTMOUTH
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To the author in search of a publisher
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Sports
SPORTS
LELAND'S LEGACY
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The outgoing director made Dartmouth competitive.
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ACCREDITED CAMP
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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George D. Snell '26, Search for a Rational Ethic (Springer-Verlag) Snell, recipient of the Nobel Prize in 1980 for his work in genetics and immunology of tissue transplantation, examines morality and ethics from
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SYLLABUS
THE NATURE OF REALITY
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Bruce Pipes
Karen Endicott
Physicist Pipes on the view from the atom.
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READINGS
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Heinz R. Pagels, The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature (Bantam). Little mathematical or scientific background is required to read this historical account of how quantum theory forces us to
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Cover Story
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Teacher in the Dorm Room
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Paul Susca '80
After years of hype, the personal computer is becoming more than an expensive typewriter.
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How HyperCard Works (And How It Doesn't)
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Scott Kronick
HyperCard, a software package released by the Apple Corporation in 1987, stores information on simulated index cards and "stacks" them electronically to form the foundation for each application. The user takes command
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On a Freshman Trip, the Destination Is Community
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Jay Heinrichs
EXTRACURRICULUM
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From Dartmouth Comes the World's First Love Story
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David Birney '61
VOX
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How Twain Turned Vaudeville on its Ear
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David Birney
Early on in "The Diaries of Adam and Eve," a play adapted from two stories by Mark Twain, Adam is frustrated by Eve s naming things before he can open his mouth. It is the standard line about the man not getting a word in edgewise.
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A Quality Readership
A Quality Readership
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Why I Traded Basketball for Biology
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Liz Walter '89
UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin,
I had a lovely letter and update on Red Loudon from daughter Dorothy Loudon. She wrote it from Chicago where she was appearing in a play. She visits Red three times each week. Often he does not know her but she
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook,
Sincere apologies for the long silence, but circumstances really were beyond control. Most of my news dates back to last summer.
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1921
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Russell Bailey,
I apologize for misplacing an October green card from John Woodhouse who wrote, "Spent summer at my home at Chocorua, N.H. Had the pleasure of several visits at Dartmouth Conference Center on Squam Lake and to
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1922
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John Dana,
It is with deep regret that we report the passing on November 22 of Grace (Mrs. Robert J.) Clark. In the years since she and Bob were married in 1931 she has been a loyal and devoted member of the Dartmouth family.
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home,
I have no green cards and have very little personal news to write about. Let me know of your prowess and I will broadcast to the remaining 70 of us. Natalie McMillan, who lives here at North Hill, entered the
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1924
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Edward Winsor,
I hope it isn't bad luck to bring the matter up, but after the death of four classmates in September, it feels very nice indeed to have had no farther obituaries to write during the balance of 1988. As we get
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.,
Another classmate gone: Thurston D. Frost died July 3, 1988, in Columbus, Mont. Answer to the last quiz: John Ledyard, class of 1776.
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand,
In 1988 Tony Gleason had three operations first his right knee, then his right shoulder, both caused by falls. In December an aneurysm in the abdomen put him out of commission for the holidays. When sufficiently
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1927
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Erwin P. Paddock,
We arrive at March with two thank yous. First, thanks to those thoughtful classmates who sent greetings over the holidays. Next, we would like to acknowledge the help of my wife, Ruth, who deciphers all of the
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1928
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George A. Bell,
It is early January as this is being written, and many of us who once loved the winter snows of New Hampshire have already taken off for milder climes to avoid the stuff, or are about to do so. How the nature of
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley,
Charlie Dudley keeps coming up with new plans for our 60th. All it needs is for you to be there on June 14 through noon on the 16th. And remember the 60th is our last major Alumni Fund effort. Many classes have
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1930
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Robert M. Marr,
Modest Milt Mclnnes wouldn't report this himself, but the old railroader and Blanche are justifiably proud that son Don has been promoted to vice president of the Santa Fe Railroad, following in the footsteps of
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1931
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Ralph T. Maynard,
With pleasure I quote in part from a program describing an award presentation made by the Wildwood Advisory Group to Ned Pitkin: "For over 15 years in retirement Ned has devoted his life endless hours, seemingly
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe,
Capital letters may express shock, elation you name it. In Dick Olmsted's holiday greetings they were 'sheer joy: MARY BOWDEN, LONG-TIME FRIEND IN LYME, HAS ACCEPTED MY PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE! Just to meet Mary
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1933
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Jackson Wright,
The memory of Ford Sayre is alive and well in Hanover. A "chubber" in College, he continued interest in skiing and later married Peggy, a likeminded enthusiast from Smith College. Between them they managed the
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen,
Did you note in "Give a Rouse" that our Fred Rath had been granted the Conservation Service Award by the Department of Interior? This was in recognition of his valuable contributions to the historical preservation and
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1935
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James C. Boldt,
As I write this, 1988 has departed the calendar, leaving the media and your secretary in a reflective mood. For the College, the year had its noteworthy events, not the least of which was a 5-5 football season,
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill,
With Easter 1989 coming before the end of March, spring should follow promptly to the frozen North and lessen the imas we llOl around on the beaches and play golf day after day dressed in shorts and soaking up
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1937
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Carl L. N. Erdman,
The beauty of the Hanover plain has drawn Crummy and Tommy Crumbine back to the environs. They moved to a condo in En field, N.H., in January. Two sons, both Dartmouth graduates, live in Greenwich, Conn., a daughter in
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1938
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Gene Waggaman,
YA GOTTA HAVE HARTY!: Thanks to the good offices of his nephew Mark Harty '73, we're able to play catch-up on an overly modest classmate. Phil Harty, who recently retired as president of the Exolon Company of
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson,
Moments before our deadline we learned from Jack Coulson of the passing of his old roomie, Doug Farrington, on December 26. Doug and Grace were visiting his daughter in Glendora, N.J., just a few days previous to a
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman,
Dear Class: Well, sir, would you believe the calendar? We're glad to see March, even though it is welcomed more for what follows than its own windy self. The month also brings a few (emphasis added) new items.
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1941
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Monk Larson,
The winter wears well when I have no need to report the passing of any classmates to the next dimension. So let the sun shine in, although the snow may fall, as we joyfully focus on the living. Backing up to begin,
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.,
March 1939. Our first bout with a Hanover spring and duckboards. Inside, the basketball team beats Princeton and wins the EIL title, but hockey loses to McGill and with it the International Intercollegiate Hockey
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1943
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R. Binney Tower,
A clipping from the Delaware State News identified Robert S. Moyer as a new member of their editorial board, responsible for daily production of the opinion pages. Bob's career has included community development
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier,
I bumped into Gradus ad Parnassum the other day (we were both in the library), and I fell to wondering how many other non-Latin-taking students were as slow as I was as an undergraduate in not knowing what it was that
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1945
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John E. Leggat,
A happy news item at the beginning of 1989 is the marriage of Peg Hotchkiss and Harry Hampton in a ceremony attended by family of each. Harry introduced Peg to classmates in September and we wish them health and
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger,
Jim Kennedy was the recipient in January of the 1988 Distinguished Service Award presented by the Kiwanis Club of Chattanooga, Tenn., for his "leadership abilities in every facet of community life." Jim's
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1947
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Ham Chase,
How easily we can slip into the lull or Christmas season, and let time peacefully slip past, until we notice that a mid-January dead line is at hand, for a March column. I like to let the mail come in and
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1948
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F. R. Drury Jr.,
At least two '48s put their shoulders to the wheel in raising funds and arranging aid from the USA to Soviet Armenia after the devastating earthquake last December. Shant Chebookjian of Massachusetts and Charlie
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1949
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Quentin L. Kopp,
Class grandparents proliferate. Every time I check one of the sons of the class of 1949, the advent of grandchildren is proclaimed. For example, Dr. George Sougleris, preeminent gynecologist in your scribe's old
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1950
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Scott Olin,
No, that wasn't March you heard roaring in like a lion. It was "Dartmouth in the World," held March 3—4 at the U.N. Coverage, no doubt, will be considerable in the media, but as a thought for perspective, reflect
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1951
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Bill Boynton,
As perhaps befits the month of March, with one foot still in winter and another in spring, we have good news and bad news to report in the natural course of events. We have recently learned of the death from a
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1952
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Jay H. Anderson,
Even though it's spring, there are still a couple of football items left in the pipeline. Ann and John McDonald were kind to inelude Edythe and me in the annual Ticonderoga, N.Y.-based group of Dartmouth and
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1953
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Thomas D. Bloomer,
Is it Gun Control or An Abridgment of Individual Rights? J. Warren Cassidy, executive vice president and chief executive officer of the National Rifle Association (NRA) stands at the center of this highly
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1954
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Fredrick Alpert,
It is still onward and upward in their professions for many '54s. Textron Inc. announced the election of Maurice G. Wilkins Jr. to the position of executive vice president of corporate development. "Will" will be
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1955
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Lynmar Brock Jr.,
The Alumni Fund is in high gear, and, in anticipation of our 35th Reunion, Brooks Parker and his band of stalwarts are working towards a class total of $555,555. (Amazing coincidence.) We can all make both possible,
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1956
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Norm Olsen,
Spring has sprung-at least in my part of the world-and it feels great! Also great to hear from George Robison, who assures me that he was, indeed, in attendance at the Davidson game in the fall and was sorry he
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson,
Bob and Arlene Johnson proudly announce that their daughter Rachel is a member of the class of' 92. Bob, who has been doing a good job of representing over 4,500 alumni from Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Western
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1960
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Robert B. Boye,
Some leftover news from 1988: Among hundreds of others in the class, Dick Aronsohn turned 50. His good wife, Debby, decided to throw a surprise party and even included some of his Dartmouth friends: George Kraus
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1961
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Bob Conn,
The time is getting close for those of us who are still 49 or (horrors) 47 or 48 to learn how to pass the 50-year-old mark gracefully. Classes are May 5-7 in Washington, D.C. Class vice president Mike Murphy, who
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1962
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Charles P. Giersch,
Everything in Hanover is not going to Harvard in a hand basket, contrary to reports in the Wall Street Journal and other reviews. Our man on the Alumni Council scene, Bill Whaley, reports from the latest Council
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1963
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Harry R. Zlokower,
Steve Frank joins the ranks of '63s on the front lines of big business with his appointment as executive vice president and chief financial officer of TRW Inc. in Cleveland. Steve, formerly vice president and
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1964
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Robert M. Cahners,
Three months to go until reunion. I assume everyone within hearing of this column has their plane ticket in hand by now and has started getting into partying shape. You should have your reunion yearbooks in time
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1965
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Bruce Jolly,
To Steve Banta, the "Green Revolution" is not just another disturbance on the Dartmouth campus. It is a critical effort to bring food to much of the world, and a very important factor in his life. Steve's home is
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg,
News has reached us this month of major promotions and awards received by three members of the class. Arthur Linkins has been ap pointed dean of science at Clarkson University. Art has been the chairman of the biology
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage,
"'Slide Rock' Sculpture Dedicated at Swarthmore," reads an article in the October 5, 1988, Delaware County Times (Primos, Pa.), heralding the dedication of a magnificent 11' x 20' x 28' outdoor sculpture by David
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1970
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Thomas L. Avery,
Folks, I'm indeed sorry to report that some of you seem to be real pains in the tush for our tireless class treasurer, Jim Aukerman. A surprising number of you, in fact, expect to continue reading the drivel in
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1972
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Joe Davis,
Lewis Home has become a partner in the law firm of Powell, Goldstein, Frazer and Murphy, to work with the firm's Public Finance Group in Atlanta and their Housing and Real Estate Group based in Washington, D.C.
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1973
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Mark P. Harty,
Greetings. First things first. Every five years we must have class elections so I am seeking nominations of my classmates for president, treasurer, secretary, and
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1974
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Mary S. Donovan,
As everyone knows, we are coming up on our 15th Reunion. This class is a hard crowd to keep up with careers change, lives take a different direction, someone from New York ends up in Bozeman, Mont. It will be fun
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1976
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Martha S. Hennessey,
Having recently attended a panel discussion by our local Trustees, I am struck by the passion within our alumni. The issues change from Cambodian invasions to delayed rush, and yet, what remains constant at
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1977
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Al Flenning and Carol Muller,
Frank Long sent word of his wedding last May to "the former Debra J. Anderson, originally of Alcester, S.D. (Try to find that on any map.) Four '77s came to Denver for the wedding: Jim Kreindler, Steve Solomon,
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1978
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Paul W. Kuhn,
It's nice to be back "home" in Spokane"? if only for a short while to pack up my household to send on to Turkey. It's nice to be able to breathe clean air and not see a constant brown smog, as one does in the
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1980
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Cathy McGrath,
Babies, babies, babies... No. I'm not describing the latest Pampers commercial, but rather the type of news that most frequently comes over the CC ("class column") newswire these days. Who are the
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1981
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Keith Hammonds,
I suppose I should have expected this sort of behavior. Harold Williams called last night, demanding that I reconsider his selection as 1989 Class Notes Mascot. He had in his possession, he claimed, notarized telephone
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1982
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Peter Frechette,
Well, the Pony Express has reached my outpost again so here's the news. Please excuse my lack of imagination in this column but I'm on my way to watch the Big Green in the NCAA hoop tournament and I've gotta
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1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson,
In Coral Gables, Fla., Guy Rasco was feeling perplexed and looking angrily through his closet. "Do-dagga-dagga-dagga do... he hummed, a curious rendition of the theme from "Miami Vice." "I don't have any clean
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1984
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Eric Grubman,
I know that most of you are looking forward to our upcoming reunion. The thought of spending time in Hanover with old friends, new friends, and people who you're sure you knew but can't remember is thrilling to
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1985
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Sally Goggin
I'm starting off this column with some exciting news of my own. Mark and I are proud to announce the birth of our son, Connor Crane Goggin. Connor was born on December 28, and was a healthy 8 lbs., 5 oz. Connor's
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1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.,
Nothing is simple these days. In the good old days there was just Coke; one didn't have to bother comparing the features of Diet Coke, Caffeine Free Coke, or Coke Classic. Milk used to be simpler, too. Even the
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1987
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Gregg W. Rippey,
I can now breathe a sigh of relief. My plea for news from the class has been answered. Some among us heard my vox clamantis in deserto and responded ad hoc from terra incognita in the name of our alma mater to
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1988
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Chuck Young,
Some months this job isn't very easy; no one writes, no one calls, and you have to schlep all over the AT&T grief to find news. This month, however, isn't one of those months. Lots of letters, but two in
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Honoring a 17 with the Vaughan Recital Series
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A lden G. Vaughan '17 moved xXhack to Hanover after his wife's death in 1968 and spent the next decade serving his class in every officer position. When he died in 1984 he left a bequest to the College in support of the fine
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Give a Rouse
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Frederick L. Rath Jr. '34, recognized by the Secretary of the Interior with a Conservation Service Award for supporting National Park Service programs for 40 years.
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A Dartmouth Family Portrait
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Charlotte Ryder Kenerson is one of three surviving widows of the class of '03. Her husband, Ned, was class president several times and gave the 50th Reunion address in 1953 at the time the College awarded an honorary degree to Dwight
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A Couple of '29s, Then and Now
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On the day after their graduation in 1929, Robert Monahan (left) and Allan Finlay posed on the steps of Gamma Delta Chi, where they were roommates, just before starting a canoe trip down the Connecticut River to Finlay's home in
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In the Smithsonian
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Pat Weaver '30 was singled out last fall as one of the TV and radio leaders honored in a special Smithsonian exhibit: "Pioneers of American Broadcasting." The former president of NBC shared the limelight with other
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Far Rangers from '44
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Dick and Carol Ranger '44, who cruise the 48 on four wheels and two - pause for a moment with a four-legged friend. Do you suppose his name is Rover?
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Do You Know Us?
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Help us identify these students. Last fall New England Monthly published this 40-year-old photo of Robert Frost with a group of undergraduates in Baker's Treasure Room. The College identified one of the students for the magazine,
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The Legacy of Hanover's Father Hodder
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Gil Tanis '38
During the 1950s 15 to 20 Dartmouth students gathered each afternoon at the rectory of St. Thomas Episcopal Church on West Wheelock Street. There Father Leslie Hodder-and his wife, Phebe-led discussions on a wide
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A '61 Helps a '91
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John G. King '61 is president and CEO of the largest health-care system in metropolitan Chicago, Evangelical Health Systems, which is affiliated with the United Church of Christ. Last year EHS decided to set aside funds to provide
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The Wild Green Yonder
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Capt. Peter Lambert '82, left, and Col. Gary Rubus '67 are shown following a test flight that was Gary's 1,000th hour in the F-15 Eagle fighteran honor marked with several buckets of water. Both are assigned to the Flight Test Center
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