Issue: 19891201

Friday, December 1, 1989
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The New Idealism
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Berrill Farms In Hanover
Berrill Farms In Hanover
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DARTMOUTH IN WILLIAMSBURG
DARTMOUTH IN WILLIAMSBURG
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Lower Shaker Village
Lower Shaker Village
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WINTER 1989 VoL.82 NO. 4
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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In a speech to the Faculty of Arts & Sciences last month, new Faculty Dean Jim Wright almost made Dartmouth sound like a work of art: "Commitment to the human sense of scale and proportion on this campus" is what helps
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New Trustee Nominated
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At its November meeting the Alumni Council nominated Richard M. Page to serve a five-year term as a Dartmouth alumni trustee, beginning June 1990. Page, chairman and CEO of the insurance brokerage Fred S. James & Co.,
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Boredom Most Excellent
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Three Diamond Award
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Gregorian Oriental
Gregorian Oriental
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Parker House
Parker House
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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Jas. Becker Cabinetmaker
Jas. Becker Cabinetmaker
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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DARTMOUTH IN GIFTS
DARTMOUTH IN GIFTS
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Sports
SPORTS
The College's First Fan Picks a Winner
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Noel Perrin
It's about two minutes into the first period of the Dartmouth-Harvard game. Men's basketball, January 7, 1989. The score: Dartmouth 8, Harvard 4. President Freedman, who is seated about a third of the way up the
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SCOREBOARD
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Football
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SYLLABUS
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
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Senior Lecturer Laurence Davies
Traversing culture and place, travel
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Prof's Choice
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• Hugh Brody, Maps and Dreams (Pantheon, 1981). As an anthropologist working in northern British Columbia, Brody pondered the difference between maps that native hunters carry in their heads and maps that mineral
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18,19,20,21,22,23
Cover Story
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BEYOND ME
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Charles Wheelan '88
As the "Me" era comes to an end,students are getting
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"USE YOUR HEART", THE MAN SAID
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Dartmouth's chief sponsor of student voluntarism is the Tucker Foundation, an organization founded in 1951 to "support and further the moral and spiritual work and influence of the College." So who was
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SEASON'S GREENING
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THE LIGHTING OF the tree has evolved into the town-gown event of the season. Hundreds gather on the Green to watch a local child flip the switch. (Traditionally, the Student Assembly president had the honor, but last year an
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Putting Words in the Mouths of the Great
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Charles Wheelan '88
When interpreting for the powerful, you talk fast or you don't eat. "If you see an arm or a foot in a picture, it's probably me."
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Dartmouth Alumni Colleges Abroad
Dartmouth Alumni Colleges Abroad
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Bob Pack's Quantum Cat
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Jay Heinrichs
The scene took place a decade and a half ago, one of those classroom epiphanies in which you learn as much about the professor as about the subject. Robert Pack—Dartmouth graduate class of 1951, renowned poet, and
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Read On
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Robert Pack's latest book, Before It Vanishes: A Packet forProfessor Pagels (David R. Godine, 1989), was inspired by two brilliant books by the physicist and philosopher Heinz R. Pagels. Pagels was a rare author who
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ATARI COMPUTER
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1918
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Pat Bryant Koedding
Harvey Hood, Dartmouth's great benefactor and president of the class of 1918 from 1933 until 1935, keeps the class in the forefront through his estate in the Vox Clamantis in Deserto Fund which he established years ago.
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1919
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E.E. Martin
A recent article in The Wine Spectator stated: "Stony Hill has no competition among old chardonnays and collectors are ready to spend a small fortune for them." At an auction Stony Hill wines brought three times as
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
It is disheartening that the only news this month (as is too often the case) is the passing of another class member Theron L."T.L." Millspaugh of Walden, N.Y. His obituary should appear in this or a later issue.
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Victor Welch wrote on a green card, "I was glad to see the picture of Werner Janssen in the last issue of the Smoker. It brought back memories of the days of the Freshman Jazz Band led by Werner. I was drummer in that
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1922
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John Dana
Our class officers and executive committee are operating with a deplorable vacancy in their ranks. The loss of Ike Miller last May left a void which can be understood only by those who were privileged to be associated
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home
Again there seems to be very little to write. I have found something real. You all remember Chet Bixby. Chet built a factory on the shore of the Merrimac River at the Upper (County) Bridge in Haverhill where he
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1924
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Edward Winsor
What is the best place to live for people who have been out of college for over 65 years? We have all extremes. There are those couples who have two homes, each fully equipped, and divide the year between them. There are
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1925
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William B. Sleigh
Word has come of the death of Francis M. Shea on August 8, 1989, in Al- exandria, Va., and also of the death of Jill Osgood, widow of Frank in Malbern, Pa., and of Beulah, widow of Ralph"Stub" Dwinell.
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Flying to Yugoslavia, landing in Dubrovnik, and continuing to other cities with names just as .hard to spell or pronounce intrigued Larry and JeanKennison on a 24-day fall tour. Next among others: Skopje, Yugoslavia;
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
'For the second year in a row, 1927 held a mini-reunion in Hanover on the date of Dartmouth's first football game of the season. This year it was September 15-16 and Princeton was both the hosted and the winner.
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1928
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George A. Bell
In recognition of our record breaking performance this year, as a class, in contributions to the Alumni Fund, Allen V. Collins '53, chairman, and Henry E. Eberhardt, director of the Fund, have presented a Special
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Our record 60th carried over to a great mini-reunion in September, as Charlie Dudley and ArtNighswander have reported. Our appreciation of today's Dartmouth is typified by WaltWilson's efforts to get his grandson admitted.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
I thought you'd heard enough about my September trip to the Orient, but many inquired about it in Woodstock. So ... it was short but delightful, with three days each in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Bangkok, and ten days
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1931
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Ralph T. Maynard
In a July letter Sam Groves wrote that the Groveses had enjoyed their stays in their Outing Club-style cabin in Hancock, N.H., for the past 36 summers, but lately, however, that the grouse shooting had become extinct,
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
"It's been a good summer," writes Pete Knight from Deer Isle, Maine, "with plenty of wood cut for the stove." Shall we assume he manipulates his own chainsaw? Maybe he sends Rusty out to do the woodlot chores. After a
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1933
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Jackson Wright
The '89 mini-reunion was the best yet. Colors were at their peak, 42 attended, including five widows, a term which hardly fits these lovely ladies. Ken Jacques made it from California and Em Hobbs from Williamsburg, Va.
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Many have told us how pleased they were to receive the Glee Club's "Dartmouth Nostalgia" tape. This special reunion- year treat was thanks to Ed Brown and his solid treasury. HelenWells was one of those writing about it,
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1935
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James C. Boldt
With plenty of space for a change (the 500-word limit alternates between constraint and challenge), I will unleash one more barrage on the recent (current?) controversy, and then follow our Big Green Eyeshade Man into a
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
The 1936 fall mini-reunion in Hanover, October 6-7, was a tremendous success in many ways. An overflow crowd jammed into the Econo Inn in West Lebanon; the natives from New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont brought in
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1937
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Carl L. N. Erdman
President Ernest Martin Hopkins shook hands with each of us when we matriculated in September 1933. Some traditions have not changed at Dartmouth, for President Freedman told us at our class meeting that the day before
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
ECHOES OF HUGO: Are there yet those among us with enough K memory to recall last September's capricious big wind? If so, you may recall that it didn't go where it was predicted to go —a miss hit for meteorologist, but a
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
By now you know via '39 Out that almost 30 classmates made the mini-re- union this past September, not a bad showing when considering it was a second SU-year gathering in Hanover. And you have also been apprised that
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Those are sleigh bells you hear. We're on our way to Ho Ho Ho time and a [Merry Christmas to all! By now you should have received the first two mailings about our fabulous FIFTIETH. It keeps sounding better all the time!
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1941
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Monk Larson
Okay, so Thanksgiving, whicn I like, is history for this year, and Christmas, of which I despair, has been heralded by hucksters for several weeks already and now looms menacingly on my horizon. Here in the North
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr
December 1939. Ed Self wins the DCAC managerial competition. BenPage will manage football. Stub Pearson president, Bob Dewey, vice president, Paul Torian, secretary, and TedArico, treasurer, are elected class officers.
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
While rummaging thru my "well organizecr files, I find that I forgot to report that Pres Moore was honored by the National Executive Service Corps. It was for a volunteer property-utilization study he completed for New
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
'Tis the season, that's for sure, For sending greetings, sweet and pure, To friends and family by the yards, We send our loving Christmas cards. On the rooftops, reindeer clattering, From Al Faber that's what's
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1945
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John E. Leggat
Although the mini-re- union featured a number of social events, a football game, and golf, the most significant and poignant event was the rededication of the 1945 weathervane instruments at the northwest corner of the
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1946
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Walter Snickenberger
Another excellent minireunion is history, and, despite the 24—19 loss to the Yalies, a great time was held by perhaps the largest group of '46s to return for our annual fall get-together. Cochairmen Whitey Burnham and
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1947
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Ham Chase
Christmas and winter will be with us very shortly. With this fast paced life we have, we know the season is coming by the number of planning meetings held in September, for organizing the hockey league again, and for the
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
In November I fouled up in stating the only '48s who worked in Africa are Bob Neuburg and DickRepko. (The latter covered much of Africa and the Middle East for Caltex for many years out of his office in Lusaka, Zambia.)
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
Our mini-reunion October 14-15 was just a beautiful one with fall colors at peak and the weather warm. Thirty or more classmates attended and were treated to a full moon over Dartmouth Hall and an excellent bonfire.
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1950
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Scott Olin
My cup runneth under, but thanks to the nice lady in the suburbs of Cleveland, we do have one item more than worthy of note. Jim and SereneFarmer plan to travel to reunion next June. In the interim (like now, as you read
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1951
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Bill Boynton
Outside the window of the room where I'm writing this column a maple tree blazes in the morning sun. Two weeks ago its leaves were dark green; two weeks from now its branches will be bare. Such reminders of the constancy
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1952
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Jay H. Anderson
Fortune noted recently that Alan Smith should not be counted out of the race to succeed the other Smith as CEO of GM now that Alan . has dropped the initial "F" (Farguar) from his name.
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1953
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Fred Carleton
Dear Classmates: We move back to Hanover this month where many pilgrims have returned to Mecca for the Yale game festivities. Between the class meeting, game, post-game party, and dinner, there must have been 53 '53s.
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
Jonathan Moore continues to wend his way through one of the most diversified, dedicated, and interesting careers in public service that one could hope to encounter in this age that some would describe as "self before
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
The class held its fall minireunion expertly organized by John French the weekend of October 13-15 with Indian summer and the fall colors at their best. While the football game with Yale deteriorated after a strong
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1956
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Norm Olsen
Recently received the good news that Dr. Joseph S.Gonnella has been promoted to senior vice president of Thomas Jefferson University. The University rioted that Joe was promoted "in recognition of his 22 years of
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1957
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Adam Block
While more than a few of the old traditions have undeniably failed, some solid new ones have evolved since our undergraduate days. Personally, I think the parade trom Memorial Field to Main Street, up the west side of
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1958
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Fred Louis 111
When Dartmouth plays Yale next year, plan to attend. The color in New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts this year was spectacular, with bright green, deep crimson, evergreen, and a thousand variations elicting one
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson
As class reunion chairman Barry Smith announced back in May, '59 will celebrate its 30th Reunion (31st, actually) along with the classes of '6O and '61 from Monday, June 11 through Thursday, June 14, 1990. The Class
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1960
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Robert B. Boye
A few years back, Nancy and I were waiting in the crowded departure area of the Cairo, Egypt, airport. Eventually, two planes worth of passengers were allowed to erupt onto the tarmac. When I spotted Joe Graham '59,
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1961
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Bob Conn
Bill Blue is attracting plaudits after his first year on the job as the commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. He was featured _ this fall in the Dartmouth Football Program, where he was interviewed
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
From the desk of counselor at law Gordy McKean comes the following: "Pat and I celebrated our 25 th anniversary this summer by returning to Scandinavia, where we had honeymooned. After a wonderful week of being
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
From the kaleidoscopic images of a brilliant Indian summer 1989 Homecoming emerges a class bent on carrying itself proudly into the twenty-first century, onward together, proud of our successes, compassionate, fun-loving,
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1964
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Harold Rabner
1964 is "the greatest Dartmouth Class," in case there was any question in anyone's mind. This is how SandyMcGinnes reported that our class was introduced at the Alumni Fund awards banquet on September 23 in Hanover.
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1965
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Bruce Jolly
Sometimes humans travel in opposite directions while trying to reach the same goal. Growing up in a small coal-mining town, I assumed there was only one path to success: work hard, go to the best college possible, and
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1966
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Charlie Wilmot
Homecoming weekend provided the perfect setting for another JackStebe special. With wife Nancy and son Chris providing the leg work, Jack managed to pull off what most would agree was our best mini-reunion ever. Following
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
The time has come to make your plans to attend the annual Northeast Midwinter Mini-Reunion in Boston. The date is January 20. The focus will be cocktails and dinner preceded by optional squash competition. The event is
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Between the time of my writing and your reading of this column, we will have held a class officers meeting and two class mini-reunions. I shall have to report on those events in the next issue.
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
Bruce Alpert recently visited Hanover to deliver his son Seth into the arms of Mother Dartmouth. The three days Seth spent at our reunion convinced him that Hanover was the place he wanted to hang his hat for the next
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CLASS NOTES
1970
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Tom Avery
The passing of our classmate Mark Werre on September 2 was indeed unexpected. Mark died at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis following some three weeks of intensive treatment in the care of
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news is word that the 1989 Alumni Fund raised $12,317,201, posting an all-time record in its 75th anniversary year— . $42,126 over goal. Our class raised $137,077, surpassing its goal by nearly 10
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
The mini-reunion for the Yale game in October had mini-attendance, including Charles Nearburg, BobDoerr, John Burke, ShelPrentice, Joe Fallon,Fuzzy Thurston, and Jon Binsidler. Charles also saw John Collier, YoungDawkins, and Tom
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
Once again congratulations are due a fellow '73. On September 12 the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in Washington, D.C., announced the election of Dan Brenner as vice chairman of its board of directors. Dan is
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
I'm presently waiting for my case to be called in the City of Atlanta Muncipal Court and wishing I were on the porch of the Hanover Inn watching the build- ing of the bonfire and anticipating a victory over Yale.
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
When it rains it pours, and the letters came pouring in this month, so I'll dispense with the traditional filler and get right to the good stuff. I had the pleasure of joining classmate Richard Clark and his wife,
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
A class meeting was held before the football game on October 14, and there was a rather impressive attendance, which included our president, Charlie Thayer, who is now chief of surgery at Morton Hospital in Taunton,
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Al Henning and Carol Muller
Contrary to the header on the last class newsletter, Sandy Wood is our esteemed VP, not class secretary. Looks like somebody over at Blunt Alumni Center performed a less-than-un- obtrusive delete. Yo, Amy Cammann,
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! This month I have received even more news from you. Keep it up! Marty Cole sent news of his recent election to partner at Arthur Andersen Consulting, where Marty spe- cializes in government
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
From Elizabeth, N.J., to Katmandu, single women are severely depressed, weeping bitterly, and yes, even jumping out of windows. Why? Because Bruce Bierman and Rob Worley finally bit the proverbial bullet and got
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Wade Herring
Time. End of the year. New Year. New Decade! (Every class in Hanover now is a class of the nineties.) Tenth-year reunion. Time to look back and to move ahead.
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
I've yet to hear a peep from Nancy Kopsco, Greg Federspiel, or Liz Keppler, and the Mascot-o-meter is twitching ominously in their directions. This is your last chance, friends: Submit nominations for 1990 Class Notes
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Scenes from Dartmouth Weekend: Driving our rented recreational vehicle up Route 117 and seeing the muted glow and billowing smoke of the traditional bonfire (now I remember how I learned the words to "As the Backs
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
This month's column will be short, and that sad fact really is my own sweet fault. Months ago, I became aware that it would be difficult to meet the Alumni Magazine's unwavering deadline this month (and, please
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
Since in past columns I have expounded on the difficulties your secretary has in scaring up news for our regular chat, this month's effort is dedicated to those of you who gave unselfishly for the greater good of my
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Sally Goggin
Another Saturday in Chicago. Here we are, sitting in front of the TV waiting for ESPN to show the campus and give us a glimpse of beautiful Hanover prior to the Dartmouth-Yale game. Lucky for me, the mail just arrived,
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
Applications to Dartmouth are down, and what is the College doing about it? Spending a lot more on high school recruiting presentations (yawn), redecorating the admissions office lounge, and doing a better job of
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
"Following the second year after graduation, news from the class began to dwindle. Gregg dug up what he could but soon turned to outside, completely unrelated topics to mention in his column. It all came to an end when
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
It's the wee hours of Sonday morning after Dartmouth Night weekend as I write, so forgive me if the details herein are a little fuzzy. Despite the out- come on the gridiron, a good time was inevitably had by all. The
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
'Tis the season for braggadocious, fruitcake- sweet, holiday form letters from family and friends. Let's see what the "Dartmouth family" to .. .
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Mini to Maxi
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1915's Jerry Shaw and Dale Barker both live in Massachusetts and try to get together at least twice a year for mini-reunions. In September Jerry (left) and Dale concentrated on plans for the class's 75th Reunion, coming up in June.
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Give a Rouse
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Edward Lorenz '3B, honored with the Elliott Cresson Medal by the Franklin Institute for his discoveries in the study of chaos
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Article
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Rudolph Turns 50
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Don Norstrand '26
Christmas 1989 marks Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer's 50 th birthday, for it was in 1939 that Bob May '26—then an advertising copywriter for Montgomery Ward—was asked to write a children's story for a giveaway coloring book. Modeling
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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Richard B. Du Boff '55, Accumula-tion & Power: An Economic History of theUnited States (M. E. Sharpe, Inc.)—Bryn Mawr College Economics Professor Du Boff incorporates the theoretical perspectives of Keynes, Schumpeter, and Marx into
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Voici les Chevaliers sur le Bateua
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.. . Art Nighswander, Wesley Nord, Rollin Reading, '29ers all. Time: last September. The boat: MS Normandie. The location: Caudebec, 50 kilometers from where the Seine meets La Manche. The occasion: a Dartmouth alumni trip. The subject
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An Honor for the Editor
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Carl L.N. Erdman '37
William B. Rotch '37 is the fifth generation of his family to edit and publish The Milford Cabinet* the weekly newspaper serving Milford, N.H. A few months back the 35th annual conference of the International Society of
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Canoeists Reunion
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Sam Dix '39, left, and Harold Putnam '37 recently got together in Grand Rapids, Mich., the first time they had seen each other in 52 years. Sam lives in Grand Rapids, Harold in Boston and Vero Beach, Fla. The P for Putnam paddle was
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A Little Ski Award
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Dick Jackson '39
This year the United States Ski Association (USSA) initiated an award recognizing an individual who has contributed significantly to U.S. skiing interests through long-term in- volvement in the International Ski Fed- eration
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The Manley Weight Room
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In late September John and Carla Manley '40 joined Athletic Director Dick Jaeger '59—along with President and Mrs. Freedman, Coach Buddy Teevens '79, and about 60 other interested parties—in dedicating the newly refurbished weight room
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The Nick and Mick Show
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Yep, that's Mick Jagger on the right, jamming with Nick Carr '81. The spontaneous session took place in, well, Keith Hammonds's '81 Class Notes.
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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, usually written by the class secretary, may appear in this issue or a later one.
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