Issue: 19891101

Wednesday, November 1, 1989
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FRESH HEIR
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Berrill Farms in Hanover
Berrill Farms in Hanover
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The Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College
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Arthur T Gregorian Inc
Arthur T Gregorian Inc
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Oil & Gas Investors
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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NOVEMBER 1989 VOL. 82 NO. 3
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DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL
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The provost wants feedback, and alumni want an environmentally sound College.
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Exclusively Campion's
Exclusively Campion's
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Exclusively Campion's
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Animal Behavior
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The Dartmouth Collection
The Dartmouth Collection
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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The Dartmouth Institute
The Dartmouth Institute
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The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm
The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm
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Jas. Becker Cabinetmaker
Jas. Becker Cabinetmaker
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Sports
SPORTS
The Good Hands Person
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Tom Avril '89
The hopes of the Dartmouth men's basketball team this year are in capable hands—large, capable hands. The Big Green's Walter Palmer will play a key role at center in his final year on the Hanover Plain. The TV
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SYLLABUS
IMAGINING THE NEW WORLD
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Professor Beatriz Pastor
When Europeans invaded America, they never really left home.
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Prof's Choice
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Samuel Elliot Morrison, Admiral of the Ocean Sea (Northeastern University Press, 1983). An exciting, superbly written biographical study of Columbus and his time.
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Cover Story
Fresh Heirs
Fresh Heirs
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Heather Killerew '89
It is Cabin & Trail initiation night. We hike to Harris Cabin under a hazy and moonless sky for the annual Initiation Feed. Dinner is eaten, songs are sung around the fire- place, and the initiates perform a skit. Meanwhile
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Cover Story
Fresh Heirs
Fashion Corner: Two Outing Club Looks
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▲ Techno-Foof
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Cover Story
Fresh Heirs
A Woodsy Time Line
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1909 DOC formed
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The Anthropology of Freshman Trips
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Karen Endicott
How is hiking in the White Mountains like a hunter-gatherer ritual? When the hiking entails an out- door initiation into Dartmouth, the connection may be closer than you think. In both, rituals transform the participants
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IF THE BUILDER WAS RIGHT, IT WOULD HAVE COLLAPSED BY NOW
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The Moosilauke Ravine Lodge was originally conceived as a counterpart to the hotel that once stood on the mountain's summit. The hotel is now rubble, but the Lodge serves as a temporary home for 85 percent of each entering
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Read On
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The most comprehensive source of Outing Club history is a Dartmouth-published book by David Hooke '84, Reaching That Peak. We found it indispensable in our research for this story. Copies may be purchased from Dartmouth's
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Form and Function
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This illustration is a DOC sign for a proposed outhouse; on Mt. Cube, a day's hike from campus. The Outing Club is well; known for the imagination it puts into its, uh, satellite structures. Here are a few shining examples: . .
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A Foreign Correspondent's Essential Skill: Packing
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Christopher S. Wren '57
In my 13 years as a foreign correspondent, the survival tips that got passed along to me pretty much distilled down to four basic rules: Don't travel with anything you can't carry at a dead run for a half-mile. Go
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DARTMOUTH CO.OP
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Making the Normal Less Normal
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Warner R. Traynham '57
In race relations, the rules of the game are shifting.
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A Hero for Diversity
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Last spring, the Reverend Warner Traynham, a former dean of the Tucker Foundation, gave the keynote address when Dartmouth's Affirmative Action Review Board recognized Professor Errol Hill for "exceptional achievement in enhancing
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The Day I Got Chewed Out By Red Blaik
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Rodger S. Harrison '39
Col. Earl "Red" Blaik, the Dartmouth coach who whipped Yale and buried the Jinx, devoted friend of Ernest Martin Hopkins '01, inspiring leader who demanded the best from his athletes, died last May. He was 92 years old. The
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SILENT TOWER
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It is difficult to imagine Dartmouth without bells, yet in the College's early years a conch shell called students to classes. Eleazar Wheelock bought a bell before coming to Hanover, but the moving men broke it.
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LODGING DIRECTORY
LODGING DIRECTORY
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Class Notes
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1919
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Edward E. Martin, 865
I talked to Bri Greeley on the telephone and he had just returned from a walk. He is recovering slowing by surely. Recently I had dinner with Sam Groves and he said DonLovejoy had been in an automobile accident but had no
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
Dal Dalrymple's daughter Priscilla informs us that Dal is now at "The Village" rest home, 50 No. Mast Road, Goffstown, NH 03045 a lovely group home. She writes that his health is still good but his eyesight has failed a
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Four Scorpios have birthdays in November. On the first day of the month Reg Parks became 90 years old. Congratulatory cards, although late, should be mailed to Reginald S. Parks, 1103 Via Roble, Lafayette, CA 94549-292.
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1922
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John Dana
All Twoters—classmates, the '22 ladies, and friends sincerely ac- knowledge the three-year grant of $4.5 million Dartmouth is receiving from the Omaha-based Peter Kiewit Foundation. Dartmouth will use 20 percent of the
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1924
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Edward Winsor
The good news is that we know of no death of a classmate since before the reunion. The bad news is that we have not heard anything, good or bad, from or about any classmate since that time. Under the circumstances, we
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr
The preparation of these notes was somewhat advanced due to the absence of your scribe and his spouse on the Dartmouth Alumni Holiday, which in volved a fabulous cruise down the Seine to Rouen with side trips in
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Ideal life for any 85-year- old classmate might consist any day of three square meals without a single pill, swimming a quarter mile, bicycling 10 miles, but perhaps having a little trouble going up or down stairs. This
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
The class is extremely sorry that Bob Bliss has found it advisable, for health and other reasons, to relinquish his job as editor of the class newsletter, The Speakeasy. He has done a great job in this important
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1928
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George A. Bell
The deadline for these notes is the same, and as inexorable, as the date for the third quarterly estimated 1989 income tax payment, so an account of the mini-reunion scheduled for September 16 will have to come later.
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
A high point of September was a call to GeneDavis which led to a long talk with Hal Hirsch. We talked easily about the cancers that recently took Fran Ripley and made Hal give up his great work for Dartmouth's Alumni
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
I'm a bit off-cycle this month. The November deadline is September 15, but as Milt reported, I'm leaving September 2 for what must sound like a hit-and-run cruise out of Hong Kong to Kaohsiung, Manila, Brunei, Kuching,
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1931
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Ralph T. Maynard
Good news on the short term financial health of DAM, also that there should be no replay of last spring's crisis. Ernie Moore wonders if the Baxter F. Ball listed as a community friend and supporter of Florida Hospital
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
Fittingly the memorial service for Ben Drew in Rollins Chapel was a princely affair. During stately musical offerings by the College organist and the fivemember Belnap Brass, I reflected how much more triumphantly
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1933
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Jackson Wright
Since graduation MillerWachs has been a dynamic force in the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. He started as project manager of the first helicopter in the western hemisphere, and later development engineer dealing with
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Last month we talked about teaching. Well, what about sitting in front of the teacher now? Lots of folks tell me the Elderhostel program provides the answer. Mayo and BemiceCohen told us at Reunion about their fine
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1935
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James C. Boldt
Faced with the usual summertime drought in class- mate communication, I have elected to wax nostalgic for this issue, hoping that reviving forgotten memories will prove refreshing. To this end I have referred to the
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
The news of the moment comes from Old Green- wich (Conn.) where R.Jackson "Smedley"Smith reports that he is hospital-bound for a repair job on a prosthetic right hip. I remember calling him just after the initial
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Recommended winter reading: "The Education of a Yankee" an American memoir, written by Judson Hale '55, who was the speaker at our 50th Reunion dinner. Harper & Row is the publisher.
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
NEWS FROM THE BACK NINE. A note from Charles (Hitch/Charlie/ Whatever)Hitchcock reports the peregrinations of the peripatetic golfing group of which he is a participating patron. At last word, the group was scheduled to
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Our good president, BertMacMannis, never misses a beat, and so it was that he directed a good story from Dud Richards in our direction. Dud and Audrey made a gift to the Hood Museum of a colonial silver tankard
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: I regret to in form you that you have all been penalized 15 yards for non clamantis and illegal holding out. Please write soonest. Keep your eye on the letters column for a nice statement from John and Carla
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1941
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Monk Larson
Last month, smack in the middle, couple of weeks ago or so, some of us were" able to foregather on the Hanover Plain for the annual au- tumnal encounter. I'm talking about mid-October, and there hasn't been enough time
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr
As I guest-edit this column for Proc, he is just one day out of the hospital following major surgery a triple by-pass. He already has assured me that by the time you read this, he'll be hitting them long and straight.
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
Report from Cape Cod: Once again, absolutely no news from the class, so in desperation I have telephone all '43s living on Cape Cod for something to fill up our November column.
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Our fall mini-reunion September 15-16 was really a maxi ... a maximum amount of good fun, companionship, cheer, weather, youname-it. There were some 85 of us on hand, including spouses and spices, and those of you
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1945
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John E. Leggat
1989 mini-reunion starts five days from now (September 15) which is the deadline for these notes but for those of you who need an incentive to show up in 1990, the advance schedule, (not necessarily in order) is as
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
Professor John Copenhaver, who joined the Hanover area retirement community in 1987 after 34 years as a member of the faculty of Dartmouth's biology department, reports enjoying his less structured life and happily
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1947
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Hamilton Chase
As we slip gently into late fall, we can be thankful for letters and notes in the mail bag. Frank and UrsWeber spent major time in their Houston home this summer, returning in late August for Urs's last school year to start
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
Congratulations to T.T.Metzel, proprietor of Great Expectations Book Shop in Evanston, whom Lany and Joan Brisbin saw in August and advise just married the lovely woman T.T. had in tow at our 40th in Hanover. Lany further
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
Received notice of Jay Urstadt's election to president of the Realty Foundation of New York. This organization for many years had Harry B. Helmsley as chairman, and the list of officers and directors reads like the
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1950
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Scott Olin
"Once upon a time .. You've heard it? "There I was at . . No, we've used that. So what's new? Not much.
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1951
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Bill Boynton
Our great class of D '51 Is a good one for getting things done, But it sure would be better If you'd send me a letter About anything under the sun! A short monthly column to write Is a task that causes no fright;
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1952
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Jay H. Anderson
Bill and Judy Breed hosted some "local" Upper Valley classmates during Labor Day weekend at their Lake Sunapee residence. It was an afternoon of water sports (optional) and an evening buffet supper in a picture-perfect
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1953
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Fred Carleton
Denver, like Houston, has had a sharp drop in prosperity, but our '53 group is still in place and getting along all right. I reached Wayne Hansen right after an 18-mile bike trip. He's been in Evergreen about three
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr
Well now, who should be more qualified to write about "suspense and romance on the slopes" than our own Ann Hillman who, with a bit of help from Herb, operates the Golden Eagle ski resort in Stowe. Ann has written Snow
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
Elmira College recently selected classmate Ace Hall as a new member of its board of trustees. As recently reported, Ace had been promoted to corporate vice president at General Dynamics in St. Louis earlier this year.
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1956
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Norm Olsen
In the spring, the New York Life Insurance Company announced the election of Lee M. Gammill Jr. to an executive vice presidency. In his new position Lee will De in charge of the company's agency department, as well as its
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1957
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Adam Block
One savings and loan that's bucking the trend by doing well is Home Federal in San Diego, Calif. BobAdelizzi has been president and chief operating officer since 1981. Under his leadership, the number of Home Fed branches
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1958
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Fred Louis III
The activities on Dartmouth Night and Yale weekend were highlighted by Sally Prescott's open house for '58s in Norwich, Vt., and the pregame gathering which Dave Bradley has Faithfully and generously hosted for so
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Belated congratulations to Bill Wooley, a professor of history at Ripon (Wis.) College, who was selected by that institution last year as its first nominee (in a national competition) for "Professor of the Year."
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1960
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Robert B. Boye
At the end of a long hot summer, vegetable vines and news tend to dry up. Fortunately, however, Dartmouth is ever Green. New ideas, programs, and plans are always underway. To quote our illustrious class president, Phil
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1961
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Bob Conn
It's November and all your secretaries now have 1990 calendars. Take a moment to hand this column to your secretary to block out June 11- 14 for your 30 th Reunion. Remember this reunion is midweek; June 11 is aMonday.
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1962
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Charles Giersch
The September/October issue of Historic Preservation magazine has a article on the restoration efforts in Galveston, Tex., and features Peter Brink. After Dartmouth, Peter graduated from Harvard Law and practiced in
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1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
You can't keep a good man down! Just look up on your next trip on the freeway. Chances are you'll spot circus impresario PaulBinder staring down at you from a giant billboard extolling his pas- sion for the finer things in
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1964
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Harold Rabner
Last column, I threatened you all that if not inundated by mail and news from you, I would personally seek you out. Since I have been entirely uninundated, I have had my first two victims—Tom Adams and Mike Bailin. I
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1965
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Bruce Jolly
In, The Two Gentlemen ofVerona, William Shake- speare told of friends who ventured forth from a city in northern Italy. When the class of 1965 speaks of our own "two gentlemen of Verona," we probably have in mind classmates
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
'This month I didn't need mail to keep up with several of our classmates. I only had to turn on the radio. First I heard that Robert Resnikoff will be represented on your local movie screens. "Transit," a film which Bob
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Sad news arrived in September from Caroline Simmons in Pepperell, Mass. She wrote to say that her husband of nearly 22 years and one of our classmates, Bernie Simmons, had died unexpectedly of a heart attack on June
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
Stephen Bates has been promoted to senior vice president of Connecticut National Bank. He is the regional manager for private banking in lower Fairfield County with responsibility for offices in Greenwich, New Canaan,
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
In this month's news is word that Dave Reingold is a member in the chemistry department at Juniata College (per capita, the nation's second most prolific source of chemists), having returned East after two years at
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
Charles Monagan has resigned as administrative aide and speechwriter for Governor William O'Neill of Connecticut to become editor of Connecticut Magazine. Charly was O'Neill's campaign press secretary in 1986 and
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
Believe it or not, I have too much for this month's column—an affliction which they claim is a class secretary's dream—so I'll start with the dated news and save some phone visiting for next month.
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
Things are exciting here in Atlanta. We are parlaying with the Olympic Committee to try to get the 1996 Summer Olympics in "America's Next Great City." The Chamber of Commerce has everything just so, including a winning
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
In a recent note, Jeff Sassorossi asked me to remind all of our '75 brethren of the importance of the Alumni Fund, a request Jim Bildner, our head agent, fully supports. Dartmouth has consistently been one of the top
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
As the leaves accumulate outside my window and the catalogs within, I have decided to delay raking and holiday shopping at least until this column is safely on its way to the College. This month's column was made
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1977
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Carol Muller and Al Henning
New England autumn again. Moosilauke Ravine Lodge. Freshmen arriving. Convocation. Field hockey and football. Classes starting. New faces. New en- ergy. But the perspective 16 years out is a little different. Now it's
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Paul Kuhn
Hi there happy campers! It's time for the "what I did on my summer vacation slide show," only no slides (whew, thank goodness!). Travelog courtesy of ChrisRiley, his wife, Mary Lynn Gentry, and me, entitled "How to have a
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
My sincere apologies to John and Dorothy Poole. I previously reported that the class record for off- spring stood at three, but Bob and Paula Glicini recently advised me that the Pooles have four sons! As for the
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1980
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Cathy McGrath
"There are some tilings that are impossible to know .. . but it is impossible to know these things." Which is a thought that soothes me as I sift through our class address list, scavenging for interesting tidbits on
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
Just when you think another year couldn't possibly go by any faster, it does. Incredibly, the time has come to select a new Class Notes Mascot. After a tragically difficult start, Harold Williams has nearly completed
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Extra! Extra! Read all about it. Eighty-twos are in the news! Extra! Extra! ... This past month has had my mailbox practically bursting with news clippings on our illustrious classmates. Well, maybe not bursting but
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
The police call it an "APB" (All Points Bulletin) and it's about time we put one out for Marc Ericksen, who somehow manages to be everywhere but nowhere at the same time. "He's in Italy," someone says. "No, I heard
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
After three months of patiently waiting, I am proud to report that your secretary has finally received his first postcard from a fellow classmate reporting news. And what a card it was! The cover featured a full-color
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1985
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Sally Goggin
What a fall for Chicago! At this writing the Cubs are in first place, the Bears won their first game, sans McMahon, and, there's even hope for the Black- hawks, now that Al Secord's back. Dartmouth football? We'll keep
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr
August must have been "Be Kind to Class Secretaries Month." It seems that every day either my answering machine message light was flashing (this is always satisfying, but especially when the message is news of the
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
Our headliner this month in the category of Smiles, Styles, and Profiles is JohnStreet, who served time with me on the third floor of Streeter Hall freshman year. John has lifted himself up from the treacherous bathroom,
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Chance meetings lead this month's news, the most unlikely of which occurred as I strolled through the lobby of the sprawling Westin resort on Hilton Head Island, S.C., back in mid- August. Lo and behold, there was
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
My family never said grace very often—only in front of guests. In an at- tempt to compensate for all those years of ungraceful dining, I now dedicate this column to Giving Thanks.
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Article
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REPORT FROM THE COUNCIL
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Patricia Fisher-Harris '81
The Alumni Council's 158 th meeting last June was, by most accounts, one of the more productive sessions in recent years. "There was an atmosphere of expectancy, " one Councilor commented, "rather than
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Article
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Search and Research
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Harry Rowe '32
Back in Hanover for a recent mini-reunion, retired public relations and advertising man Warren Hallamore '32 decided to see if he could track down a special paper that he had been assigned 60 years earlier. It was an unlikely mission
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Article
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Give a Rouse
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William B. Rotch '37, given the Eugene Cervi Award of the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors
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Article
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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Andrew L. Pincus '51, Scenes fromTanglewood (Northeastern University Press) Pincus escorts readers back- stage in this photo-rich view of artistic life at the Tanglewood Music Center. The author, who began covering Tanglewood
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A Nice Association
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New York attorney Ralph K. Smith Jr. '46, shown with Trecia Canty '92, is also vice president and chairman of the awards committee of The Hundred Year Association of New York—which annually gives scholarships to outstanding children of
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A Hero in American Education
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Karen Endicott
Teaching is not the craft of dispensing information; it is the art of posing problems—often very real problems—that require students to find, evaluate, and present solutions." That's the view of Robert Corrigan '67, an
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And the Winners
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Joe Jarrett '71 and Coach Bob Blackmail took the first-place trophies in their flight at last summer's member-guest golf tournament at the Dunes Country Club, Myrtle Beach, S.C. Joe, an all-Ivy linebacker on Coach Blackman's undefeated
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School and Camp Directory
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THE DELTA CONNECTION
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Grapp Family Lodge
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Greens Graduate at Columbia's B-School
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As 1985's Class Notes reveal, a dozen of this year's newly minted Columbia M.B.A.S were originally Dartmouth graduates. The eight pictured are, from left, Peter Herzig '84, Gail Koziara '84, Rick Joyce '85,jeff Johnson '85, Tom Stern
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Sierra Hi! How did the eight alumni
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Sierra Hi! How did the eight alumni in the picture happen to converge last August at Ruby Lake, high in California's Sierra Nevada? John R. Liebman '56 reports: "I was setting up camp on the lakeshore when two young fellas came up the
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The Wedding Scene
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DAM receives a steady flow of wedding pictures, so many, in fact, that we can't come close to publishing them all. And space limitations prohibit full identification of all participants in the representative sample we use from time to time.
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the previous issue. Full notices, usually written by the class secretary, may appear in this issue or a later one.
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CLUB CALENDAR
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: Albany-Schenectady-Troy, luncheons rotate 2nd Tuesday, 3rd Wednesday and 4th Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call Art Leonard 518/449-7188 Albuquerque, Ist Wednesday, Ten
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CLASSIFIEDS
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DARTMOUTH UNDYING
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1817
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