Issue: 19890601

Thursday, June 1, 1989
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Black Dan's Reunion
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AT&T The Right Choice
AT&T The Right Choice
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Lower Shaker Village
Lower Shaker Village
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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THE COLLEGE
DANZIGER WINS A SECOND TERM
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But older alumni supported Washburn.
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THE COLLEGE
The Class of '93
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Among the array of artists, athletes and intellectuals joining the Dartmouth family this fall are:
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THE COLLEGE
Life Support
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The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has granted the College $1 million to expand its program in structural biology, which studies the three dimensional structures of DNA, RNA and other biologically important molecules.
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THE COLLEGE
Caught in the Middle
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With the price of a Dartmouth education exceeding the 21,000 dollar mark next year, some 43 percent of the student body will receive financial aid. The rising rates, along with the federal government's belt tightening, are
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THE COLLEGE
Tap Secret
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In response to a public dialogue initiated by Casque and Gauntlet, the tapping procedure of the six senior societies has been revamped. No longer will potential members have to make hasty decisions with litte knowledge
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THE COLLEGE
Presidential Scholars
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Last fall Dartmouth's first Presidential Scholars arrived in Hanover and stirred both curiosity and resentment
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THE COLLEGE
Minority Money
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Dartmouth was one of 19 colleges and universities to participate in the Mellon Undergraduate Fellowship Program. The program, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, seeks to encourage minority undergraduates to pursue
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THE COLLEGE
Big Bill
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Even Dartmouth can't escape taxes. According to Business Manager Jack Skewes '51, T's6, the College pays taxes on any income-generating property. Hence, the cafe portion of the Hop is taxable, as are College-owned rental
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THE COLLEGE
Last in the Ivies
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According to a table published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, the average full professor at Dartmouth earns just over $61,000 the lowest average salary in the Ivy League. Harvard profs, with salaries averaging about
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THE COLLEGE
Still Time
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Just because you're reading this item in the Alumni Magazine doesn't necessarily mean you've lost your eligibility for national scholarships, says Susan Wright, academic honors coordinator at the College. If you are under 25
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THE COLLEGE
In Brief
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• Dwight Lahr, dean of the faculty, has stepped down from that post. Lahr cited a desire to return to teaching and research. James Wright, a historian known by students for his popular class nicknamed "Cowboys and Indians,"
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DR. WHEELOCK'S ALMANACK
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SUMMER
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Berrill Farms
Berrill Farms
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Speechifying
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Hanover Highlands
Hanover Highlands
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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THE SEASONS
THE SEASONS
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HARTFORD HOLIDAYS TRAVEL
HARTFORD HOLIDAYS TRAVEL
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Sports
SPORTS
A SOUTHPAW TAKES CHARGE
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Dartmouth's admissions director is named athletic director.
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DARTMOUTH COOP
DARTMOUTH COOP
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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Bob Krauss, Keneti: South Seas Adventures of Kenneth Emory (University of Hawaii Press)—Kenneth Emory '20 returned to his native Hawaii after graduation from Dartmouth and embarked on a luminous career as an anthropologist and
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SYLLABUS
THE FICTIONAL LABORATORY
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Noel Perrin and Steve Calvert '68
Science fiction conducts experiments on the human condition.
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SYLLABUS
READINGS
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Calvert: Jules Verne, 20,000 LeaguesUnder the Sea, 1870. (Airmont and many other editions). Juvenile narrative, but a crucial book. (The sf film equivalent is Planet ofthe Apes) Verne invented the sf genre and linked it to
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The Wearers of the Green
The Wearers of the Green
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Webster's Greatest Monument
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Ed
Or, why rhetoric should be taught today.
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20,21,22,23,24,26,27
Cover Story
Black Dan's Reunion
Black Dan's Reunion
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Jim Collins '84
Where in our alumnus writer shamelessly speculates on Webster's reaction to Dartmouth today.
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Black Dan's Reunion
Arms Limitations in Webster's Time
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Daniel Webster was a large man for his era, but he had unusually short forearms. It is suspected that this was a reason he so rarely made broad, sweeping gestures during his speeches, as opposed, for example, to the
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Black Dan's Reunion
HIS HAT
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They Call It a Legend, But It's a Good Thing He Didn't Hold a Grudge
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Black Dan's Reunion
HIS CHAIR
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Would Webster Have Survived an Ethics Committee?
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The President's Friend ...
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Last May, William Rehnquist became the third sitting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to speak at Dartmouth. The first was Salmon P. Chase, Dartmouth class of 1826, and the second was Melville Weston Fuller, whose grandfathers had
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... And the Decline of Oratory
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Shortly after I began practicing law in Arizone 35 years ago, I noticed hanging on the wall of the office of the United States Attorney a lithograph of someone who is obviously Daniel Webster making a speech to a group of
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AND THEY DIDN'T WANT HIM TO BE PRESIDENT
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What his resume would have looked like in 1852
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Four Things Probably Never Knew About the Dartmouth College Case
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(And One Thing You'll Never Forget)
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You Too Can...
You Too Can...
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Henderson the Beach
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Rob Eshman '82
Using the Rassias method in a refugee camp, an alumnus offers comfort with education.
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How I Invented Dog Running
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John F. Anderson '34
FIRST PERSON
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Commencement '89
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Author Joseph Brodsky battles the redundancy of time.
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LAURELS
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Biographies of the honorary degree recipients and excerpts of the citations by President Freedman.
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GLOBAL RELEAF
GLOBAL RELEAF
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Authors
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Cordillera
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
Our 70th Reunion has come and gone. Now start to plan for our 75th. Seven members of the class came. They were Sandoe, Greeley, Hinds, McCrillis, Martin, Webster, and Lovejoy. Four marched in the parade and several carried
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CLASS NOTES
1920
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Nancy Holbrook
We were saddened to learn in late March from Betty Marden Hyde of the death of her father, Ted Marden, in Franconia after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Hyde wrote of her father's great love for Dartmouth and the class. Her
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CLASS NOTES
1922
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John Dana
The Dartmouth fellowship proudly shares in the high distinction recently conferred upon classmate Haskell Cohn, as follows: "The Boston Bar Foundation confers its Public Service Award on Haskell Cohn, leader of the Bar
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CLASS NOTES
1923
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Herbert Q. Home
Again there is very little news about the 66 of us who unquestionably are making news every day Come on, send back a few green cards or I might have to have a phonathon to get things started.
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CLASS NOTES
1924
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Edward Winsor
The great 65th Reunion of the class of 1924 turned out to be great indeed. Even rain on both Friday and Saturday, and an early threat of more rain on Sunday, did not deter our enjoyment. Based upon comparison with what
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CLASS NOTES
1925
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William B. Sleigh
Johnny Garrod's widow Drusa died suddenly on March 1 in Milford, N.H., according to word from her son, Miles '55. Bob Borwell's funeral was attended by President Freedman, top officers of the Medical School, and by Ken
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
A letter of thanks from a classmate for the 1926 birthday good wishes had a P.S. "I hope you can read this I can't." Ken Andler was the writer and he is legally blind. Ken was delighted to know that the birthday card has
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CLASS NOTES
1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Frank Strong, class vice president, and Charlie Paddock, secretary, represented 1927 at the annual Class Officers Weekend, April 28-29. They joined 457 other officers of 69 classes to be brought up to date regarding
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CLASS NOTES
1928
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George A. Bell
The College has recently received two distributions of securities from the estate of Art Hassel, valued at $148,965, with additional cash distributions anticipated. This constitutes a fund to be known as the Lura B.
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CLASS NOTES
1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Bill Andres, back from a Virgin Islands cruise, says to add Hank Stein to the list of lawyers who still go to the office. Art Nignwander may want to come off the list since a hundred of his dumped their tax returns on
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CLASS NOTES
1930
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Robert M. Marr
Well, I've attended my first Class Officers Weekend, though when Ev Low recruited (shanghaied?) me for this job he Mssz said it wasn't necessary. I'm glad I did, as I came away with a very up-beat feeling about the
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CLASS NOTES
1931
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Ralph T. Maynard
Two reports including questions by your scribe and answers received on the college/university issue, on Class Officers Weekend, were sent to Bill Wendell for possible inclusion in his newsletter. Betty and Ralph
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CLASS NOTES
1932
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Harry P. Rowe
Here in the boonies we drive four-and-a-half miles for our mail. At the P.O. we juggle the junk mail and weed out the bad. Broadsides on bargains at local markets, pleas from charities that seem to solicit monthly,
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CLASS NOTES
1933
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Jackson Wright
The big news is that plans for the fall mini have been completed by Jack Manchester and it promises to be the best ever, October 5-7. This is not an Ivy League weekend, actually it's Holy Cross, chosen for two reasons.
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CLASS NOTES
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
These notes were typed before Reunion, so Reunion details will flow to you through Bill Scherman and the newsletter. I know from Bill Wilson's releases that we're expecting a fine turnout of 95 '34s and total family of
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CLASS NOTES
1935
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James C. Boldt
Two and a half months of green cards and letters to be covered, a bit dated in spots! Here goes. Our nonpareil president provides three items of interest: 1935 is now represented in Hood Museum by three paintings two
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CLASS NOTES
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
As memories of our glorious 50th slowly slip onto an historic dusty shelf and our thoughts and hopes look forward to Joe Cunningham's inspiring '36 v 55 z 1991 reunion we are inundated with 50th anniversary
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CLASS NOTES
1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Normally it's a secret until Commencement, but the College confirmed an announcement reported in The Dartmouth on May 10 that Surgeon General C. Everett Koop would receive an honorary Doctorate of Science from Dartmouth
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CLASS NOTES
1938
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Gene Waggaman
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT A SOLDIER: This month it's Old Soldier Bill Sherman who is quietly but firmly up in arms about the situation in Hanover. Bill's position versus Charlie Hitchcock's is a definite gentlemen's
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CLASS NOTES
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
"'39 Out in Force," was hardly an empty phrase as just shy of 50 percent of living members of the class, most with wives, were on hand for our 50th Reunion in Hanover over graduation. Somewhere in the neighborhood of
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CLASS NOTES
1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: Nice letter from Hal Sommer, who is joining the ranks of the retired after multo years with Jockey International and Wolf Management. Hal and Sally will be at home in Winnetka and during February, March, and
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CLASS NOTES
1941
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Monk Larson
In a moment of mad, midsummer magic, it's the end of April and you're heading for Class Officers Weekend in Hanover. COW runs Fri-Sat, but you're coming early and staying late to make the most of another Dartmouth
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CLASS NOTES
1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.
June 1939. Having completed our first Dartmouth year, most of us have departed by the time the Grand Ola Seniors have their Commencement and go forth into the wide, wide world. Crime-buster and New York Governor
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CLASS NOTES
1943
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R. Binney Tower
A nice note from Ben Edmonds includes an article and picture of Bill Seidman, who is chairman of the F.D.I.C. Bill can close more banks in a day than Willie Sutton could tackle in a lifetime.
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CLASS NOTES
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Back in February, Howard Gilman broke into the papers when he came to the rescue of a stranded Soviet ballet troupe. The Donetsk Ballet from the Ukraine opened in Baltimore, but a sponsors' snafu left it high and
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CLASS NOTES
1945
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John E. Leggat
Class Officers Weekend produced the usual good turnout of '45s Cliff and Betty Jordan, Don Cole (Ricky was babysit ting a grandchild), George and Betsy Barr, Vic and Vesta Smith, John and Molly White, John Osborn (Jan was
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
It is now time to give serious thought to our fall mini-reunion to be held on Yale game weekend, October 13-14. The 13th will be "Dartmouth Night," and those of us fortunate enough to have experienced last year's parade
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CLASS NOTES
1947
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Ham Chase
One of the ever-freshening aspects of the '47 story is our yearly class gift to the College the student intern working in the president's office. Last year Rosalind Barnes held the job, visited and reported to us,
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61
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
These notes are written just after learning that Wid Washburn lost the Trustee election to incumbent Bob Danziger '56. Surprisingly, underdog Wid garnered over 40 percent of the votes against a clearly excellent man of
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
Very quickly I am learning about deadlines as your new class secretary as I sit in our reunion dorm, Zimmerman, trying to develop the first column.
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CLASS NOTES
1950
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Scott Olin
So there I was, "Flying Home" up 1-95 with Lionel Hampton, foot tapping the accelerator and the car jerking like a hop head. Then came Anita O'Day and "Opus One"with Les Brown. No, it wasn't "Let Me Off Uptown" with
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1951
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Bill Boynton
Since my last report to you in May, your class officers have had yet another opportunity to meet, this occasion being the Class Officers Weekend in Hanover at the end of April, an event attended by about 600 of us from
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CLASS NOTES
1952
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Jay H. Anderson
Thanks again to Quentin Kopp '49 in San Francisco for an interesting article about one of our classmates. Rabbi Marshall Meyer has moved his courageous advocacy of human rights from the Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
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CLASS NOTES
1953
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Fred Carleton
An old Advertising Hall of Fame headline for Listerine said, "Always a Bridesmaid, Never a Bride." Not so for the great class of '53. We weren't left at the starting gate in the 35th Reunion Sweepstakes! We took it
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CLASS NOTES
1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
Our 35th Reunion is over and your newly elected class secretary can report on the fantastically fabulous fruition of the reunion and Alumni Fund committees. In attendance were 135 classmates plus spouses, family
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Dick Blodgett
High fives for Fifty-five's (early) 35th! Some 105 classmates land 80 spouses, children, and guests assembled on the Hanover Plain for three event-filled days, which included some glorious June sunshine as well as a bit
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CLASS NOTES
1956
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Norm Olsen
Congratulations are in order for a number of our classmates and perhaps especially for our reelected Alumni Trustee, Bob Danziger, who waged a successful campaign against stiff opposition. Bob has served faithfully and
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Adam Block
In June our class contributed another eight newlyminted graduates to the long green line. Among the Dartmouth 'B9s were the two Block kids, Jennifer, who graduated cum laude, and Adrian. My wife, Birgitta, received her
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Fred Louis III
Scott Pardee made history. He was appointed chairman of the U.S. unit of Yamaichi Securities, one of Japan's biggest brokers, the first American ever appointed to the top management position of the U.S. unit of a
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Bob Sands wrote a great letter bringing us up to date on the goings-on in his life. He is still with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which he says coordinates the federal response to disasters, administers the
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1960
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Robert B. Boye
Don Betterton's first book was a natural for the director of financial aid at Princeton University to have written, a student guide to obtaining financial assistance. His second literary effort, published last November
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CLASS NOTES
1961
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Bob Conn
In the top floor room where the National Press Club has hosted presidents, premiers, and kings, Dartmouth's class of 1961 celebrated, collectively, its 50th birthday. The celebration was the cap of a special weekend-long
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article
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1962
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Charles P. Giersch
One of our finest, Teny Bentley, has been missing since early April. Wouter Goedkoop writes: "Terry, a professional pilot, took off alone in a small plane from Steamboat Springs, Colo., to Fort Collins on April 5 and was
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
When not engaged in forensic combat or drawing up the "perfect" will, our lawyers are out winning awards, doing public service, or engaging in media interviews. Some notable examples:
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1964
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Robert M. Cahners
History will record that at the Dartmouth class of 1964's 25th Reunion, over 200 classmates returned with friends and families. History will also note that it was announced that the class of 1964 set a new all-time
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CLASS NOTES
1965
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Bruce Jolly
For much of his life, our classmate Richard Joseph has been trying to decide whether to be a political activist or a scholar. Fortunately, his dilemma has resulted in a well-balanced career with significant
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Charles Wilmot
Our class was well represented at the College's recent Class Officers Weekend in Hanover. With the added excitement of the Outing Club's forestry competition on the Green, Steve Lanfer rallied our group Allan Anderson,
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Sixty-four members of the class and their guests held a mini-reunion in New York June 10. Bill Yaggy, our mini-reunion chair, had a hit on his hands. He arranged for us to see Lend Me A Tenor the Saturday after Jerry
4719181_19890601_000109.xml
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
How about that class newsletter editor of ours, folks. Good show, John Pilling, on your latest edition of The '6B Transmission.
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
In response to my Shastid trivia question, I received a note from Lance Bertelsen. Lance is a member of the English Department at the University of Texas at Austin. Lance also has the worst handwriting I've ever seen.
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1970
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Thomas L. Avery
This month's column features our classmates and the wonderful world of business. After.all, isn't that what Dartmouth was all about? Well, maybe. Just the same, next month I promise to feature a few deviants. Onward
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among the news this month is word that Mike Diaz was named president of American President Intermodal, the double-stack, container-train operating unit of American President Companies, a container distribution and
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
John Einsidler reports that there will be a mini-reunion in Hanover, October 13-15, the weekend of the Yale game. Also in the realm of class business, head agent Craig Bently has our Alumni Fund drive running ahead of
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1973
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Mark P. Harty
This is my final column after ten years as your class secretary. I have truly enjoyed all of my alumni activities since graduation, but especially being class secretary and president of the Alumni Council. While I have
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
You know you've got the most popular class when at your 15th Reunion the tent is full of all other "reunionees" until the wee hours of the morning. We had a great turnout and a great time. The weather turned cool and
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
"If nominated, I will not ran, if elected I will not serve," I told them. Unfortunately, nothing was said about railroading, so I write to you, your newly, duly railroaded class secretary. Seriously, I am looking
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW: Come to Hanover the weekend of October 13-14! Friday is Dartmouth Night with a bonfire, pep rally, and music. On Saturday morning at 9:30, we will have a class meeting in 104 A Dartmouth.
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Carol Muller and Al Henning
Some college vernacular lives on, transcending student generations, and occasionally we're reminded of it: Kaethe, our five-year-old, with delight upon being shown how to open a box, recently exclaimed "awesome!" a
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! This month I have been lucky to receive news in the mail. Charles Allison sent a postcard from a mountain top in Switzerland. He was vacationing before starting a new job with the investment
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
Okay, I admit it, I "grew up Catholic." And with the last name of O'Neil that should come as no surprise to you. During my formative years, I learned that souls reside not only in heaven and hell, but also in purgatory
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Wade Herring
As an undergraduate, I sometimes pictured "the alumni" as a monolithic mass of gray-haired men wearing Indian pants, their faces reddened by the New Hampshire wind and pre-game cocktails. These men rested comfortably on
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
Hmmm. Either no one is getting married, or everyone is getting married and not telling me about it. Here it is, summer, the July Brides special issue upon us, and I've heard barely a peep on the wedding front. I scan
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Ah, summer. The sun is shining and the churches are packed with starcrossed lovers exchanging vows of marriage. Don't tell me you don't know someone who tied the knot recently, but if you honestly don't, you do now.
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
This month's column is dedicated to Will Shue, who died last summer. Will once said to his father, "You feel as if everyone should write a book before they die, but their book is already written. The pages are within
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
I am happy to report that my mailman, who has always been a rather carefree soul, is once again whistling as he makes his appointed rounds. For a few months, though, it was rather touch and go and I thought the torrent
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Sally Goggin
Summer. Already. In less than a year we'll be in Hanover celebrating our 5th Reunion. I don't know about you, but when I was an under class woman even the youngest alumni seemed pretty mature. How perceptions change!
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
No, the class of 1986 has not been disowned by the College. Nor have any'86s done anything so outrageously hideous, heinous, for fun that we have been censored by the Alumni Magazine editors. The class of'B6 is still in
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
Howdy, campers! This month's chapter of "87s on the Loose" begins in Yosemite, Calif. Our pal John Christiansen is a national park ranger in Yosemite Valley, a job he's had since graduation. John's current
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Don't break your arms patting yourselves on the back, but the letters have been coming in a little more regularly. Now that we're out a year (does it seem like it to you? Nah, me neither), it's good to see we're getting
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1919's 70th Reunion
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Dinners, Ceremonies, Awards
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Article
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Givea Rouse
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Richard White '18, inducted into the National Landscape Association Hall of Fame.
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1934 Elects Officers
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The 50-Year Glass
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The Alumni Awards
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During recent months the College's high honor, the Alumni Award, has been presented to the following distinguished alumni, from whose citations these biographies are adapted. The Dartmouth family—and the wider world are enriched by their many contributions.
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1964's 25th: Inside and Out
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Obituary
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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CLASSIFIEDS
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DARTMOUTH UNDYING
DARTMOUTH UNDYING
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Student fashion (and pant cuffs) hit new heights in 1930, when The Dartmouth pleaded "freedom of the knees." Students flooded local merchants with orders for shorts of any style. When supplies ran out, many resorted to trouser
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AT&T The Right Choice.
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