Issue: 19900201

Thursday, February 1, 1990
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Dino Wars
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Berrill farms In Hanover
Berrill farms In Hanover
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Lower Shaker Village
Lower Shaker Village
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The Hanover Inn At Dartmouth College
The Hanover Inn At Dartmouth College
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Cafe La Fraise
Cafe La Fraise
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH AluMNI MAGAZINE
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DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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You can't exactly call it a budget crisis, but senior Dartmouth officials have been looking rather glum lately. The reason is that the rapid increase in revenue—an average of 9.5 percent a year over the past decadeappears to
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Ideal Story
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Parker House
Parker House
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Three Diamond Award
Three Diamond Award
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DISTINGUISHED OIL PORTRAITS
DISTINGUISHED OIL PORTRAITS
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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A Discovery
A Discovery
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Sports
SPORTS
The Bazooka Bunch
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Tom Avril '89
Can a hockey team win without reruiting Canadian talent or using bruteforce? For the Dartmouth women's hockey team the answer is yes. Thanks to homegrown talent and a no-check rule in the women's game,
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SPORTS
SCOREBOARD
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(Final Scores of fall teamsand standings of winter teamsas of January 3.
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PINE RUN
PINE RUN
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WOODEN BOATS
WOODEN BOATS
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Boast Collegiate
Boast Collegiate
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SYLLABUS
THE ETHICS OF THE BOMB
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Professor Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
Philosophers unveil the logic of nuclear deterrence.
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SYLLABUS
Prof's Choice
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• Harvard Nuclear Study Group (Albert Carnesdale, at al.), Living withNuclear Weapons (Bantam, 1983). Already out of date, but still the clearest and least biased (but not unbiased) source for factual background on most aspects
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Cover Story
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Dino Wars
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Roving Writer Robert Sullivan '75
It pitted Dartmouth against Berkeley. It culminated in a scientific duel in Italy. And it involved one of the greatest mysteries of all time: what killed the dinosaurs?
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OUR RESEARCH STAFF REVEALS
How the Media Killed the Dinosaurs
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The dino achievedpop culture'squintessentialanointment whenit appeared,bellowing in fear,on the cover ofTime. Themagazineleaned towardBerkeley'scomet theory.
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THE ULTIMATE AWAY GAME
Dartmouth Versus Berkeley
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What dunit? What killed the dinosaurs: comets or volcanoes? The Berkeley scientists think comets. The Dartmouth researchers think volcanoes. Both sides agree that clues to the mystery lie in a narrow band of rock
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24,25,26,27,28,29
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Son of a Gun for soda
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Charles Wheelan '88
Attitudes are changing about Dartmouth's most damaging drug
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If You Thought the Comps Were Hard, Try This Quiz
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Nancy Staab '90
Feeling nostalgic forfailed traditions? Are you sure you know which ones actually died?
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Northern Lights
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Charles Wheelan '88
THE FIREWORKS ARE A NEW twist to the nation's oldest winter carnival, which has evolved since 1910—when DOC founder Fred Harris 'll organized sporting events on the golf course. But the fireworks were a flash in the carnival
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
The writer made an unexpected visit to Hanover in November. When I left in June I did not expect to return until my 75th Reunion. However, Ruth Chilcott made a very generous gift to the Medical School and I was asked
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
What a bonanza of messages for this issue! First, a note from Emilie Palmer of Tavares, Fla., with news of children and grandchildren, and exprssing her hope of attending our 70th. Then a sheaf of notes from Hope Frey,
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1921
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Russell Bailey
When I was nine years old I thought the best part of Thanksgiving was the choice of pies made by my four aunts. Now at 90,1 was quite happy with a drumstick from one of Mr. Perdue's oven stuffers, Mrs. Bailey's
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1922
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John Dana
When Trustee Emeritus Jack Dodd was informed that President Emeritus and 1922 adopted classmate John Kemeny was hospitalized in Hanover, Jack sent a letter of good wishes. In postsurgery convalescence during early
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home
At last one or two of you fellows out there have loosened up with a bit of news about yourselves. Let's have more of it now rather than in the obits. First there is a bit about Chet Bixby (our new class treasurer) and
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1924
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Edward Winsor
This is the time to do a little bragging about our own head class agent, Roily Taylor. As a real estate broker and appraiser, he has had many years of sound experience in a difficult and demanding selling field. He has
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1925
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William B. Sleigh
Four deaths to report: Paul R. Pearson died October 12 suddenly at his home in West Roxbury, Mass.; William R. Carter died October 10 at his home in Wellesley, Mass., after a long illness; Curtis A. Abel died at his
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Not frequently are Dartmouth graduates found seated on the 50-yard-line on the Harvard side of the Stadium. Don Norstrand and John Wheatley '24 were there—guests of fellow North Hill resident Joe Crosby, former Crimson
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Happy New Year to all as, once again, we commence a new decade. Perhaps 1990 will even herald the retirement of a few of our lawyers who love their work so much that they can't bear to retire. Here are words from a few
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1928
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George A. Bell
Class doings at the Dartmouth Night/Yale game weekend may be old news but, for those of us who weren't there, meaning almost all of us, it really may be news. Anyway, we had two carloads for the Dartmouth Night parade.
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Your scribe had two minutes on the hardest working Alumni Council meeting I've known—'29 still lives. The Council aims to gain more alumni influence at Dartmouth. Lyt Johnston's son George '57 heads one of the vital
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Remember the Thanksgiving snowstorm that overwhelmed much of the East? Burt and RuthCrandell were schedule to leave Hanover the following day. If their ski-planes were able to get off the Lebanon and Boston runways
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Vic King is another classmate with a grandson who, Vic hopes, will become a member of the class of 1994. The Kings joined that 16- year-old squash player on a tour of the College in August, and were impressed with
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
Some of us could find Mink Brook today, I suppose, after a little searching, not to say trespassing. To undergraduate '32s who trekked to its banks for bathing and study on a May day of sudden spring, it remains an
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Interesting to be back here after 45 years. It's a long way from Hopkins to Freedman, but perhaps not so far from Cannell to Teevens. We're sorry that Waxy Wright's eye problem is the occasion of our return, but we're
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
In his newsletter BillScherman asked that we root for the Big Green to win against Columbia. We followed instructions. It was a breathless last minute after we blocked a punt and reached the two-yard-line with 12 seconds to
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1935
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James C. Boldt
Keeping the door open for last minute responses to my "yearbook" questionnaires leaves me in a time bind, so this will be a bit disjointed. With what I consider a disappointing response (about 30 percent) to the initial
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
Random thoughts as we close out the eighties: In October the Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod sponsored a golf tournament at the Cummaquid Golf Club, hosted by Chan Stevens '43. Some 24 Dartmouth guys and dolls swung,
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Our '37 Danube River class trip is now history, but it will be in our memory a long time as we learned about the history of ten Balkan countries conquered in turn by Turks, Slavs, Russians, Austrians, Russians, and
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
FLETCHER. FIRST, LAST, ALWAYS. The name that is. A column or two ago the subject of the "Fletcher," a pass-along golf trophy, was broached. Jack Lutz was, until Gil Tanis set him straight, under the impression that
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Sadly, we start off the first (column of the new year with a report on the deaths of Jim Cooper (July 30), Joe Pyrtek (October 19), and Armando Chardiet (November 6). Obits in this or a later issue. Harry Gates
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: Let's hear it for 1990 ... a year that seemed impossibly distant when we graduated and was still a light year or two away at the 25th! We are planning to see all of you on the Hanover Plain come June.
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1941
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Monk Larson
John Everett was there, looking good and no wonder: he divides his year between golf courses in Massachusetts and Florida. "There" is Hanover for the October reunion, and Brother John was one of the respondents when I
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.
As Carnival approaches the weather turns mild. Marjorie Carlin of Brooklyn is Carnival Queen. Fred Waring's appearance at the mid-winter celebration was term "not desirable" by the Daily Dartmouth. Twelve hundred
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
The class of '43 has just finished another very successful and enjoyable mini-reunion. If you have never attended, or haven't been to a mini for some time, put it on your 1990 calendar now! It will be on the weekend of
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
There's a brand new, wonderful museum serving the Norwich-Hanover area—The Montshire Museum of Science and it is developing a special area for toddlers called "Andy's Place," in memory of two-year-old Andy
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1945
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John E. Leggat
Welcome to 1990 and the 45th anniversary of our intended graduation and a reminder 1991 brings the 45th Reunion and the anniversary of our matriculation. We will reune with the classes of 1946 and 1947, two classes which
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
Among the missing from my list of mini-reunion attendees was MonkMartin. The old teacher, coach and referee now lives in Plymouth, Vt., and is a frequent spectator at Big Green sporting events. Also in Hanover for a meeting
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1947
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Ham Chase
We have heard a lot about the Dartmouth Spirit. It's hard to define, but often can be felt or sensed as we come upon various situation. I think I have a fine example of the spirit or the fellowship that is waiting to
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
On October 16 last year the first ball of the third game of the 1989 World Series was to be thrown out at about 5:25 p.m. in San Francisco's Candle stick Park. At 5:04, however, the almost 7.0 Richter Scale earthquake hit.
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
This year the Gold Pick Axe Award went to Richard N. Moersch with the following citation: "Dick, your academic achievements during undergraduate days certainly made a substantial contribution to the credibility that
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1950
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Scott Olin
"Sugar Fox, this is Any-face. Do you read?" No, it wasn't an old radio transcription from "Don Winslow of the Navy." It was Andy Wilde calling in from Needham, Mass., to report on his most recent visits to Norfolk (the
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1951
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Bill Boynton
Last month we heard about Duke Winsor's plans for his journey into retirement a literal one, in his case, as he and his wife, Jean, are embarking upon a three-to-five year voyage aboard their 30-foot sloop Retreat.
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1952
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Jay H. Anderson
Jack Foster sent another sequel to our rendezvous in Chicago last spring—a note about his canoe trip last summer on the Hood River which is above the Arctic Circle in the Northwest Territory. The coleader of the trip,
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1953
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Fred Carleton
It's a chore just getting over to Hanover to see and hear the visiting '53 dignitaries. Al Collins, this year's head of the entire Alumni Fund and DonSmith, our class rep were at the Alumni Council meeting in November.
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
The big news is DickPage's nomination by the Alumni Council to be the newest Trustee of the College, succeeding JohnSteel, who retires in June after two five-year terms. Dick has been an outstanding alumnus in both College and
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
Two of our classmates were recently recognized by the Alumni Fund for their dedication and hard work on the 1989 Campaign. Head agent Brooks Parker won the James B. Reynolds Award for Outstanding Head Agent 26-40 years
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1956
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Norman Olsen
Those loyal followers who fail to read beyond this column each month are advised to resurrect the November issue and check out the photo on page 66. Then, join me in greeting JohnLiebman, charter member of the College's
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1957
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Adam Block
About a year ago while walking with his dog on a path beside Lake Tahoe, Jim Dalton was hit by a car going about 40 miles an our. A newly licensed young driver going much too fast on wet pavement lost control and
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1958
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Fred Louis III
Dan Wilkes, president of The Wilkes Group, 1775 Broadway, in NYC (212/307-1222) reports his wedding last February to Lynda Wackenhut. In attendance were Goeff Picket, DickRoth, and Buzz Giles.
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson
It has been over 30 years since we were all together at Dartmouth, yet the mail indicates that the school spirit that was evident back then is alive and well! Five classmates expressed their concerns about developments
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1960
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Robert B. Boye
Ron Kley's letterhead sums up his current professional course correction—"Creative Solutions for Museum Confusions." After a 20 year apprenticeship as a curator and registrar in the museum world, he has transferred his
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1961
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Bob Conn
Two of our hardest workers, Gerry Kaminsky and RonBoss, have agreed to become 30th Reunion giving cochairmen, according to head agent Art Kelton.
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
As the decade of the eighties winds down, '62s continue to generate good news. George Gewirtz, who is chief of endocrinology at St. Barnabas Medical Center (Livingston, N.J.), has been appointed medical director of the new
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
A reinvigorated fundraising effort, a class project contributing to Dartmouth and to society, an improvement in communications among our scattered classmates, and a new series of Homecoming mini-reunions were among
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1964
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Hal Rabner
'Tis Christmas time in New Jersey. Tis the season no one sends news. Nonetheless, news about two of our classmates has come to your class scribe. Fred Meils's travels from our class through Tuck are taking him quickly
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1965
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Bruce Jolly
On October 17, 1989, the San Francisco Bay Area experienced the strongest earthquake in more than 80 years. Much of the American population, expecting to watch the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A's in the third game
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1966
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Charlie Wilmot
Our 25th Reunion service project, sponsorship of a series of Tucker Foundation retreats based on the general theme "The Family in Flux," got off to a great start last November. Jack and Lorel Aley, Dave and
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
You may recall that I headed south in October and thought that I might see a classmate or two as I wound my way around South America. Well, sure enough, I saw Bob Reich in Quito, Ecuador—on TV! Bob was appearing opposite
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1969
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Rick Willets
Charlie Pineo sent me an article from Insight magazine about the National Championship Air Races held in Reno last September. Miss America, a restored P-51 co-owned by Giff Foley, won two unlimited class events.
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1970
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Thomas L. Avery
Once again Jack Pansegrau and his crew of agents have set records of all sorts in running our class Alumni Fund effort. They've won all kinds of awards, not to mention our respect and gratitude. Jack should be reporting
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1972
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Joe Davis
Class president PeterBroberg reports that the early planning for our 20th Reunion is underway. Any one with ideas or energy to contribute can contact Pete directly, or write me at the address below, and I'll pass your note
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
This may be my mid-winter update but we certainly sound like a class for whom things are coming up roses. McFall "Mac" Kirby called me as soon as MikeCapuano was elected mayor of Somerville, Mass., to tell me his old
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary Donovan
I'm sitting in a courtroom with 400 other people trying to get the attention of a judge to obtain a bond for my client who is presently wallowing in the DeKalb County Jail. You see, when he was stopped, he ran from the
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
As I write this column on a cold San Francisco Saturday morning, Lou Ann is fast asleep, Elizabeth (7 months) has just smeared applesauce all over her face, and the Messiah is playing in the back ground. True happiness.
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
Groundhog greetings! In November I attended the 159 th Alumni Council weekend, and I can report that the College had an un usually quiet fall (a welcome change for many). Though I didn't see him, David Shribman (a
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Al Henning and Carol Muller
Bob Belden decided to flee the ranks of "non-respondents" to the Class Notes, and writes, "My wife, Janice, and three children, Bobby, Laura, and Jessica, and I are currendy living in Brookfield, Conn., having returned
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Paul W. Kuhn
Well, gang, winter in Ankara has settled in. The coal heaters have started, the air is getting thicker and blacker, and there is even more fresh snow on the ground! It's unusual for early winter, and especially two or
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Cathy McGrath
'Twas the morning of due day, Editors waited, to see An '80 class column Penned by Wade, or me Not a word from a soul, Nor rumor, nor tome, Graced my voicemail, Or arrived at my home. When out from my mailbox
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
Several months ago, ChrisBlaski acquired a kitten. I don't remember the name, and it's not important, so let's call it Fluffy. Fluffy was a good kitten—warm, kind of furry, a pleasant companion on a cold Thetford, Vt.,
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
I can't believe it, I actually have too much information. So let's get right to it.
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
It's amazing. We have a truly rare period in our lives, when you can sense history being written. The Berlin Wall falls, there is the changing of the guard in Czechoslovakia, and Lech Walesa rises yet again. In the midst
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad Hutensky
Thanks to you it's working. I speak not of The United Way, though I hope that noble cause is working too, but rather of the forceful yet subtle tactics that I have artfully woven into my columns in an effort to
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Sally Goggin
With a 600-word limit and a group of classmates who apparently have renewed interest in written correspondence, I'll get right to it:
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
Life has not been the same since "The Loveboat" was cancelled. Not only were Julie, Grover, and The Captain out of cushy jobs (and, except for an occasional appearance on "Hollywood Squares" they still seem to be
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
The more things change, the more they remain the same.
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Lest anyone has been led to believe by earlier remarks in this space that your secretary discourages giving to the Alumni Fund, I begin this month's installment with a stern assurance that nothing could be further from
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
SHANTI'S ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN AND DIRT FOR THE MERELY CURIOUS
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Article
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Checking out The Times
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Monsignor Carlos Sanchez '23 was captured recently by a photographer for the Baton Rouge (Louisiana) Morning Advocate. The caption for the feature photo explained that the 90-year-old retired monsignor "goes on daily walks and takes his
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Article
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Give a Rouse
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Phillip B. Swain '37, elected president of the National Association of State Boards of Education
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Article
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Club Awards
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During Club Officers Weekend last November—attended by 130 officers from more than 75 clubs—the following individuals and clubs were singled out for special awards.
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1941 Helps a 1993
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Kyle Betit '93, a '41 scholar, is flanked by '41 president Dan Provost, left, and Bill Hotaling, chairman of 1941 's upcoming 50th Reunion. The freshman, who spoke at the class's fall mini-reunion, is the third beneficiary of the 1941
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Christmas Greenery
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Most of New England (and some of the deep South) enjoyed a White Christmas last December, the first in several years. For some of us it also seemed a bit like a Green Christmas, too.
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The Iceman Summit
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When Dick Desmond '49 formally joined the ranks of all-time Green greats in the National Hockey Hall of Fame, his picture went up in Thompson Arena. The interested onlooker at the left was his former headmaster at Vermont Academy, Larry
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An Honor for a '66
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When Charles Stuart '66 received his Emmy last fall it was, coincidentally, presented by Surgeon General C. Everett Koop '37. The award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences was for "outstanding investigative
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
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Laurence F. Brooks '37 and W. Warren Babson, As They May Need: A History of the Addison Gilbert Hospital (Phoenix)—Insights into American medicine as practiced from colonial days onward are woven into this history of one Cape
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College Lawyer In Murder Plot
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Sean Gorman '76
Parkhurst's Gorman Reveals Secret Life as Outlaw
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Obituary
Deaths
This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the previous issue.
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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 in a later one.
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Tradition Quiz Answers
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For the tricky questions on pages 30 and 31.
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CLASSIFIEDS
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