Issue: 19890501

Monday, May 1, 1989
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Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
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Can We Talk?
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The Alternate Route
The Alternate Route
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Dartmouth NATIONAL Bank
Dartmouth NATIONAL Bank
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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THE COLLEGE
REVIEW LOSES SUIT
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A federal judge throws the case out of court.
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK.
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MAY "To be a 'university' does not necessitate the presence of graduate programs in all disciplines or of huge size; to be a 'college' does not require a turning away from the life of scholarship and research."
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The Fireside Theatie
The Fireside Theatie
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HOME HILL
HOME HILL
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Letters Aweigh
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AT & T The right choice
AT & T The right choice
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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Dana Robes Wood Craftsmen
Dana Robes Wood Craftsmen
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Camera Shop of Hanover/Hanover Audio
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Dartmouth Coop
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DARTMOUTH
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Sports
SPORTS
DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN
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The women win the basketball title.
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STORRS POND RECREATION AREA
STORRS POND RECREATION AREA
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SYLLABUS
STARSTRUCK
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Gary Wegner
An astronomer scans the bubbles and streamers we call the universe.
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SYLLABUS
READINGS
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R.B. Tully and I.R. Fisher, Nearby Galaxies Atlas (Cambridge University press). A fascinating view of the universe is provided in this set of maps of the galaxy distribution of the known nearer objects out to distances of about
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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Howard P. Emerson '23 and Douglas Naehring, Origins of Industrial Engineering—The Early Years of a Profession (Industrial Engineering and Management Press)—Included in this history of industrial engineering is a description
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Cover Story
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CAN WE TALK?
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Jay Heinrichs
The evil twin of campus debate.
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22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31
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When Dialogue Turns to Diatribe
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Larry Martz '54
Is speech at Dartmouth as free as it should be?
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Who Speaks?
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Larry Martz
Conservatives complain that outside speakers invited to the campus are overwhelmingly liberal in their views. The College pleads guilty, with an explanation. Rockefeller Center Director Richard Winters, who selects speakers
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The Review's Competition
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Sarah B. Meyers
Given the cacophony of voices on campus, Dartmouth does not lack for lively—and occasionally noisy—speech. Thanks in part to low-cost computer technology, undergraduate newspapers and magazines are burgeoning. The impetus
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Berrill Farm in Hanover
Berrill Farm in Hanover
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Students in a "Goldfish Bowl" Rise to Debate
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Ron Lepinskas '89
For an hour each Monday evening I entertain myself by facing a crowd of some 70 people, including students, faculty and people from the Upper Valley, in a Rockefeller Center amphitheatre. On one such night I am
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Let's Start a Genuine Discussion About Our College
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George Munroe '43
Dartmouth was a wonderful place whenever each of us attended it, which is why we all have such special memories that we cherish to this day. But the College was not perfect when we went here, no matter how much we
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36,37,38,39,40
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Dartmouth's Competitive Niche
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Mahlon Apgar IV '62
An alumnus offers an alternative to President Freed man's vision of a liberal-arts university.
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Does Research Help Teaching?
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Much of the discussion over the "liberal-arts university" that President Freedman describes comes down to a single question: what produces the best teaching? We thought we'd take that question to some of the College's best
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Leading a Cerebral Workout
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Ron Green, the John Phillips Professor of Religion, likens research to "flexing one's intellectual muscles." Students in his classes become engaged in the mental exercise—Green often shares his scholarship on ethics m his
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Touring "the Landscape of the Past"
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Inside the classroom, Associate History Professor Mary Kelley is one of Dartmouth's most sought-after teachers. Outside, she is a nationally recognized scholar. In 1984 she was part of a prestigious group of American
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Exciting Students and Molecules
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"I want to give students an understanding of the scientist grappling with nature," says Chemistry Professor Charles Braun, who explains that his goal is to go beyond facts to instill the idea of chemistry as a process. Clearly,
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Conveying a Blue-Collar Past
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"Enthusiasm sometimes is more engrossing than knowledge perse," notes Assistant History Professor Bruce Nelson.
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Computing in the Wee Hours
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As a question on a homework assignment, Computer Science Associate Professor Scot Drysdale recently assigned his class a problem related to his research project—which studies the way computers work with machine tools. None
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Keeping Alive the White Whale
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English Professor Don Pease's expertise in American literature and drama is known nationally. Academics have praised his book on Melville and Hawthorne. And he is a regular speaker on the alumni-club circuit. Pease believes
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DARTMOUTH IN CLOTHING
DARTMOUTH IN CLOTHING
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1918
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Patricia B. Koedding
Class president Dick White was recently honored by the American Association of Nurserymen. Dick was the catalyst in organizing the nurserymen 50 years ago in Portland, Ore. He modestly writes to say that the association
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1919
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Edward E. Martin
I have received word of the death of Pete Grey on March 5. Pete will be missed. While in College Pete was captain of the varsity baseball team, president of the class, and winner of the Barrett Prize for allaround
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
Apologies for missing the April issue. The Holbrooks did not winter too well physically, but their spirits are high with the approach of a New Hampshire spring. I am saddened to start these notes with reports of the
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Doris Campbell celebrated her 90th birthday on February 7. A surprise coffee hour, with a huge cake, was given for her after the February 5 service at her church, The Second Church in Newton, West Newton. Doris has
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1922
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John Dana, 445
Ted Laycock writes from Wellfleet on Cape Cod that his large family including 15, yes, 15, greatgrand children keeps him constantly on the move. He celebrated his 89th birthday on April 26. Congratulations all around!
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home
My direct request for copy has to a small extent paid off, and when the time comes there will really be some words to show off our prowesses. Just keep the stuff coming.
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1924
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Edward Winsor
As of Monday, March 13, not over five days after Dave Dyche's letters enclosing the forms were mailed, Robin Robinson, our reunion treasurer, had 29 paid-for acceptances. This list does not include many that we know are
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
The Reaper has hit the class hard recently; six loyal classmates: Robert A. MacCready, January 9, John L. Norris, January 13, Lewellyn P. White, February 1, Langston Moffett, January 15, Howard A. Schroedel, February 20,
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
The campus in 1926 with Dartmouth Hall in the background is pictured on the class birthday card, with students in napping unbuckled galoshes crossing on the snow-bound paths. It reminded Bill Forrest, Woodside, Calif.,
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Deserving special recognition is the death within two weeks of each other of two of 1927's most loyal, well known, and successful classmates: Bradford Winchester Stone on February 14 and Donald Fenton McCall on February
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1928
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George A. Bell
In recognition of Os Skinner's devotion to class and College, the Skinner family has done a wonderful thing. It has provided the College with a donation of $50,000 to establish a scholarship in his memory. This is such
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley.
Charlie Dudley's nephew John Casey spent a week in Hanover to prepare a story on Dartmouth for The New York Times Magazine of February 26. Read it for a talented outsider's honest view of Dartmouth today. I spent
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Bill Fieldcamp's wife, Jane, has written Harrison Condon that Bill, like Scott VanDerbeck, is badly crippled by arthritis. Bill would greatly appreciate hearing from classmates, and I'm sure that's true of Van also.
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1931
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Ralph T. Maynard
Bill Landon wrote that while his current activities don't make headlines, they are accomplishing results for the elderly. Five days a week he is a transporter for a nutrition group whose work sounds like our Pennsylvania
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
Straight from the source it came, thanks to the generosity of our newsletter guy in directing that half the green cards come to me. Bill Kendall now lives at D-206, 1000 Vicar's Landing Way, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. His
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1933
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Jackson Wright
The squire of Union Village, Nat Leonard, who dropped from '32 to '33 for a year in France and thus started his career as student and teacher, had a great trip on the Nile. He plays host for a brunch at his 1800 home
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
A favorite '34 activity these days is reviewing old letters and memorabilia. Dave Callaway found a copy of a letter he had written Tom Hicks back in 1936 when as head agent they were involved in the early Alumni Fund
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1935
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James C. Boldt
In the December 1973 issue of the Tear Bag, Uncle Reg served up the following litem, adapted from the Mills College Quarterly: "The problem with discussing a college is that everybody has his own point of view. That
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
Around the middle of February the. compassionate Florida sunshine and warmth, interspersed with an occasional touch of chill and bluster (just to show that Mother Nature is still the boss), gave way to a really
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CLASS NOTES
1937
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Carl L. N. Erdman.
One member of our class has no thoughts of retiring. On January 24 Mayor Edward I. Koch appointed Dave Todd to the chairman's post of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. The New York Times story, sent
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
WORLD CLASS DARTMOUTH: Back in March, the "Dartmouth in the World, Gala United Nations Weekend" was held, reasonably enough, at the United Nations in New York. Among the Dartmouths present was 1938's sole
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
The grim reaper has taken two more of our classmates since our last. Bud Blunt succumbed to a very active cancer while visiting a son in San Diego on January 26; and Ben Eckerson passed away on February 22 where he was
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: Well, at least I got one valentine in response to the February column. It was special, coming from Betty Hayden, along with her summary of Hayden activities family, antique jewelry business, volunteer
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1941
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Monk Larson
Right about now, half a century ago, in 1939, we were nearing the halfway point in our undergraduate Dartmouth experience. Halfway, that is, barring pushouts and dropouts. And it had been a very full year for us
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.
May, 1939. Our first of four lovely springs in Hanover. Our first Green Key weekend, with Larry Clinton and Jimmie Lunceford battling each other in the big dance in the gym, while the Barbary Coast played for the 1942
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
I was afraid this might happen sometime. The deadline for the May issue comes up while Shirley and I will be in Florida, and there is absolutely no' class news. Rather than surrender our space to '42 and '44, I thought I
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Last month we mentioned that the '44 Chicago Irregulars were meeting regularly and having fun; well, they haven't got a thing on our Hanover crowd. We've got over two dozen '44s within shouting distance of Bartlett
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1945
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John E. Leggat
Our musical judge Dick Owen and his family, along with the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra, will provide an exciting evening for all of you who may be near Hanover on May 27. As part of its program the orchestra will play
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
Enjoyed a visit in February from old Hanover High classmate and best man Don Barr, accompanied by his wife, Ann. They were in the area to consider the future of their Connecticut River property north of Lyme in the
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CLASS NOTES
1947
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Ham Chase
Our class supports the To-pliff-New Hamp dorm cluster, and in a way, they support us too. The students host our annual meeting, they prepare us a cookout, and we are included in the planning for the cluster programs
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
As a '48, one has to be proud that so many of our classmates in recent years have felt strongly enough about various contentious Dartmouth matters that they have taken the time and trouble to make their own positions on
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1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
There has been no more prolific achiever in our class than Alfred B. Sullivan, a product of Boston Latin School, who has notched accomplishments in two unusual careers. A1 joined the United States Navy after two years
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CLASS NOTES
1950
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Scott Olin
'Tis the merrie, merrie month . . . but you knew that. My mind is meandering midst mellow memories of Green Keys and hummms and the awesome Tuck U Terrors flailing all softball competitors on the softball diamonds on
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CLASS NOTES
1951
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Bill Boynton
By now Batch's newsletter will have told you about the events and classmates at our mini-reunion weekend of February 24—26, but we want to thank once again A1 and Dottie Mori for the lovely lunch they arranged for the
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1952
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From a farming livelihood to one of directing environmentally conscious backpacking tours may not sound like a giant-step change in career direction. Add some change in geography from farming in Vermont to backpacking
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1953
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Thomas D. Bloomer
The final countdown to 35th Reunion has begun. It promises to be a memorable event with a banner turnout, creative program, and warmth that only enduring friendships provide.
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1954
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Fredrick Alpert
Less than one more month, that is all the time left until we will meet again on the Hanover plain. The reunion dates of June 12-15 should be indelibly engraved in your minds and on your calendars by now. A reunion is one
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Lynmar Brock Jr.
The Alumni Fund is into the home stretch. Brooks Parker and his merry band are performing yeoman service but great success needs everyone. Ace Hall, in December of last year, was elected as corporate vice president-data
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1956
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Norm Olsen
The fifties have often been labeled an age of apathy, a time in which students simply didn't often "get involved" in matters political. If that ever were the case, it is good to know that we have grown out of it. By
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Adam Block
Bob Macdonald celebrated his 54th birthday in March by hosting lunch in Cambridge for Adam Block, John Donnelly, Dan Goggin, and George Johnston. Why at the Harvard Club? Because Bob graduated from their B School (with
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Fred Louis III
In these turbulent days in banking, it is good to know that Otto Wagenbach, can now be located at NCNB Plaza, 901 Main St., 8th Floor, Dallas, TX 75201 (214/977-2361).. Otto is now senior vice president of private
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Bob Morris is director of marketing for Coldwell Banker's real estate advisory group in Fremont, Calif. Before joining Coldwell in 1973, Bob was with Honeywell for 12 years, first in controls, and then primarily in
4719181_19890501_000083.xml
article
66
66
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1960
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Robert B. Boye
Several years ago, a zealous young staff person at the Alumni Magazine suggested that I should delete a controversial comment from one of my columns. My response was immediate and, for me, probably predictable. I said
4719181_19890501_000084.xml
article
66
66,67
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1961
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Bob Conn
Lots of classmates have made the news in a big way in recent months—with long articles in their local newspapers. A common theme running through these articles suggests that as a group, they are special-special in
4719181_19890501_000085.xml
article
67
67,68
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1962
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Charles P. Giersch
Several issues ago, Dick Fuglesang was incorrectly identified in a picture with Johannes von Trapp '63. But a recent picture of our intrepid Norseman, in Scandinavian Airlines' in-flight magazine, got it right. Dick
4719181_19890501_000086.xml
article
68
68
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harrv R. Zlokower
RJR Nabisco surprised many, except perhaps those who have followed his accomplishments, when they announced that Lou Gerstner will become chairman, chief executive, and president of the huge package goods
4719181_19890501_000087.xml
article
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68,69
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CLASS NOTES
1964
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[no value]
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Robert M. Cahners.
This may be the last communication regarding the Reunion that you receive before the Reunion itself. With three months to go (when you read this there will only be about one month), we already have over 800 '64s, their
4719181_19890501_000088.xml
article
69
69,70
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1965
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Bruce Jolly
There's a widely-known custom referred to as "spring house cleaning." This process seems useful in many phases of our lives and may even be appropriate for a class secretary needing to pass along information before the
4719181_19890501_000089.xml
article
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70
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1966
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Charlie Wilmot
It's amazing to me, as I return to journalistic endeavors as class scribe, the various sources which provide leads about our many pursuits. While listening to the radio recently, I heard the announcement that more
4719181_19890501_000090.xml
article
70
70
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Bill Yaggy certainly knows how to pick a mini-reunion. Our June 10 event will feature a trip to Jerry Zaks's new production of Lend MeA Tenor which opened on Broadway recently. Under a headline of "Zaks Rides Again," The
4719181_19890501_000091.xml
article
70
70
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
As another deadline approaches and I have no news, I go to an old standby and call Jon "Swede" Swenson. Swede is still living in Seattle and working for Swenson Imports where he is in charge of marketing. What Swenson
4719181_19890501_000092.xml
article
70
70,71
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1970
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Thomas L. Avery
Our class lost one of its most talented members with the passing of Stephen Harvard on July 23, 1988. Stephen's body was found in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire after an extensive search involving 125
4719181_19890501_000093.xml
article
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71,72
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
In this month's mailbag is word that Gary Ransom was named president of Service Ist Corporation, an integrated company based in Waltham, Mass., which provides companies offering customer-information services with
4719181_19890501_000094.xml
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72
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
Bryant Toth recently returned from his second trip to Vietnam, where he distributed $30,000 worth of medical supplies and equipment and helped to train Vietnamese surgeons in reconstructive surgery. Bryant, who is a
4719181_19890501_000095.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Mark P. Harty
Greetings. I'll start with news from western Massachusetts. Buddy Martin, former Dartmouth varsity basketball player, is now the chief administrator for the state trial courts in the Springfield area. Buddy's fraternity
4719181_19890501_000096.xml
article
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
It is March 15—beware of the ides of March —as I scurry around trying to write this column while trying to prepare for my murder trial on Monday. I had a great victory two weeks ago with a civil rights case, but
4719181_19890501_000097.xml
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1975
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[no value]
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Stephen D. Gray
This is most likely my last set of notes, and is most certainly the last set before Reunion. In an attempt to catch up on some of the nomads of our class, I will share with you a few tidbits which may be ancient
4719181_19890501_000098.xml
article
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
The newspapers (and last month's column) have been filled with news of Reggie Williams and his latest Superbowl appearance, but what has not been reported as frequently are all the other things Reggie is doing these
4719181_19890501_000099.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Carol Muller and A1 Henning
Thought you'd want to know: Edith's closed last December 30. Everything was 50 percent off (except candy and cigarettes). Edith expressed her "gratitude • • • for the support you have given . . . through my 50 years in
4719181_19890501_000100.xml
article
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Paul W. Kuhn
I've found over the past few weeks that life along the Black Sea is really quite simple, yet rich with warmth and friendliness. It is a hard life for these people, mostly farmers and harvesters. The topography is
4719181_19890501_000101.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
Apologies to all for the mystery column in the March issue. Believe it or not, I actually made the deadline but the FAX transmission was not received in Hanover. To make matters worse, I trashed the draft in my file. So
4719181_19890501_000102.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Cathy McGrath
As I drive my exotic car (Honda Civic '81) to my exotic job (fundraising), in its exotic location (Boston), I think how tough it must be to get out of bed in the morning if one's life is mundane. Take Craig Feibel, for
4719181_19890501_000103.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
It's still two long months until the big July Brides Issue hits newsstands everywhere, and I'm sure many of you out there in Readerland are clinging to the edges of your seats, dripping with anticipation. Or something.
4719181_19890501_000104.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Let the sun shine. Basketball season is over (for me anyway) and I can once again return to my subnormal life. Spring is in the air, the frost is off the pumpkin, all is as it should be.
4719181_19890501_000105.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Hell hath no fury like a class secretary scorned. News remains scarce this month (and it is scarce, let me tell you —even StuDowns has been quiet lately), so we'll try a new trick. On you. To successfully navigate this
4719181_19890501_000106.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Eric Grubman
In recent months, my colleague from the class of'83, Ken Johnson, has repeatedly made reference to my imminent demise. Ken feels that I drain a certain percentage of his readership with my marginally entertaining
4719181_19890501_000107.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Sally Goggin
Jeff Weitzman says that he's doing his best to give the women of New York City their chance at a lifetime of happiness. When he's not wining and dining beautiful women, he's putting the finishing touches on a 1,000-plus
4719181_19890501_000108.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W.Rippey
What do you get when you cross leveraged buyouts, professional baseball, and the American Embassy in Moscow? Either the plot line for television's latest miniseries, or a Reader's Digest version of this month's column.
4719181_19890501_000109.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Welcome to the no-frills, generic news column. If this month's news were marketed in stores, it would be in a plain white box with black lettering. This month, I learned that Andy Dacy is working for Manufacturers
4719181_19890501_000110.xml
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44
Article
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Give a Rouse
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Thomas Todd '40, recipient of the 1989 Ben Franklin Award of the Printing & Publishing Council of New England.
4719181_19890501_000111.xml
article
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45
Article
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Dartmouth Meets Diplomats
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The delegates shown in the chairs for Palestine and SWAPO had little trouble establishing relations—they were among more than 550 alumni, parents, faculty, and students who took over United Nations headquarters in March. Former
4719181_19890501_000112.xml
article
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46
Article
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REPORT FROM THE COUNCIL
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Patricia Fisher-Harris '81
The Alumni Council will hold its annual spring meeting in Hanover from June 1-3, kicking off with a special dinner program to celebrate the Council's 75th anniversary. In addition to the regular committee reports, the
4719181_19890501_000113.xml
article
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Main Street Loses a Big One
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At first it seemed a time for mourning: Main Street's last large elm, at the corner of Allen Street, had been cut down. The stump— an inelegant word at best when referring to an old friend —measured almost four feet across
4719181_19890501_000114.xml
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Inside a Soviet Boot Camp
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Journalist Roy Rowan '41 and photographer Jim Nachtwey '70 spent a week last summer in a Russian army basic training camp, eating and sleeping alongside a regiment of motorized infantry recruits. The result was a revealing nine-page
4719181_19890501_000115.xml
article
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Art at Zero
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Peter Gish '49, Mike to his friends, is an artist who lives in Greenwich, Conn., but who returns to Hanover as often as possible. Back in March a local photographer captured this shot of Mike as he, in turn, was capturing a landscape a
4719181_19890501_000116.xml
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DARTMOUTH IN GIFTS
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Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
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Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
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To the author in search of a publisher
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AIRPORT ECONOMY INN
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N. T. FERRO Custom Jewelers
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The Dowds' Country Inn
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THE DOORS OF DARTMOUTH
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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FOR SALE BY OWNER
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At Home In Scottish Country Houses and Castles
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River Cafe
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American Tree Planting Company
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4719181_19890501_000129.xml
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8 W. Wheelock St Hanover NH
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Jas. Becker CABINETMAKER
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SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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The Greens
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4719181_19890501_000133.xml
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Trapp Family Lodge
Trapp Family Lodge
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4719181_19890501_000134.xml
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The Compleat Reuner
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4719181_19890501_000135.xml
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Thomas Vieth
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4719181_19890501_000136.xml
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DOMUS, INC. DESIGN BUILDERS
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4719181_19890501_000137.xml
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Chieftain motor Inn
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4719181_19890501_000138.xml
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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4719181_19890501_000139.xml
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Right Up The Road
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4719181_19890501_000140.xml
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The Quechee Inn
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4719181_19890501_000141.xml
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CLASSIC NEW HAMPSHIRE HILLFARM
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Lakefront Luxury
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Dartmouth College
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4719181_19890501_000144.xml
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Vermont's Quechee Lakes
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DURHAM BOAT COMPANY
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4719181_19890501_000146.xml
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THE GALLERIA
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4719181_19890501_000147.xml
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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4719181_19890501_000148.xml
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The Dartmouth Five, Then and Now
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In the late sixties seven undergraduates performed as the Dixieland-style Dartmouth Five (sic). The '70s were Scott Anthony, banjo; Jeff Dow, drums; Doug Morton, bass; Steve Nelmes, trumpet; and Steve Straus, clarinet—with Bruce
4719181_19890501_000149.xml
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THE SEASONS
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4719181_19890501_000150.xml
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Sunset
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4719181_19890501_000151.xml
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INTERIORS, INC
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MARTHA E. DIEBOLD REAL STATE
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Impressions in Gold
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MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
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Gray Ledges
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MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
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The Shaker Inn
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A Quality Readership
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SERRY'S INC.
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THE WILLISTON NORTHAMPTON SCHOOL
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DARTAGNAN
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WITHIN SIGHT OF BAKER TOWER
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COME HOME TO HEMLOCK RIDGE
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Quechee Associates, Inc
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TRUMBULL-NELSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
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The CHASE HOUSE
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Dartmouth College
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GARDNER AGENCY
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4719181_19890501_000170.xml
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Quechee Gorge Friendship Inn
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MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
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Reginald Hunter Colley '09 • Feb. 5 William Martin Eads '19 • Mar. 2 Percy Allem Grey '19 • Mar. 5 Frederic True Marden '20 • Mar. 10 Ernest Francis Tillson '20 • Feb. 6 David Scott Plume '21 • Feb. 4 George Edward Brooks '22 • Mar. 7 William W. Mountcastle '22 • Jan.23 Robert Evans Maxwell '23 • Feb. 25 Ives Atherton '24 • Feb. 16 Robert Carne Borwell '25 • Feb. 25 Langs to n Moffett '25 "Jan. 15 Howard Arthur Schroedel '25 • Feb. 20 William Vroman Mason '27 'Jan. 31 Donald Fenton McCall '27 • Feb. 26 Bradford Winchester Stone '27 • Feb. 14 James Ford Blickley '28 • Feb. 28 Carl Elton Burton '29 • Feb. 18 Seth Whyte Jewell '29 'Jan. 20 James Sydney Cullyford '30 • Feb. 18 Joseph Cannon Watson '31 • Feb. 2 Lawrence Zwicker '31 • Mar. 11, 1984 Frederick William Bruning '32 • Jan. 3 Frank Elbert Kugler '34 • 1985 Laurence Atchinson Jump '36 • Feb. 7 Jerome Hastings King '36 • Jan. 1 James Beaumont Whipple '36 • Nov. 17 Maurice Earle Peters Jr. '37 • Nov. 27 Lyle Albert Devlin Jr. '38 'Jan. 30 Albert Church Blunt '39 'Jan. 26 Andrew Bennitt Eckerson '39 • Feb. 22 Peter William Reilly '50 'Jan. 24 Joseph Kilroy Dobos '52 'Jan. 31 Mark Allen Werre '70 • Sept. 2, 1988 Lois Waring McGean '84 • Feb. 21 (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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ERRATA
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In the March issue DAM said in an obituary for David Parkhurst Smith '35 that his brother Ritchie Smith '26 had predeceased him. Mrs. David Smith reports that this is not so, that Ritchie is "alive and kicking." DAM apologizes
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