Issue: 19900301

Thursday, March 1, 1990
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What Students Should Study
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Berrill Farms in Hanover
Berrill Farms in Hanover
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LODGING DIRECTORY
LODGING DIRECTORY
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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THE POWER HOUSE
THE POWER HOUSE
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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MARCH 1990 VOL. 82 NO. 6
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DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL
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As we noted last month, an important part of planning an institution's future is to decide what it won't do. Some budget cuts recently announced by Parkhurst show that the administration is putting its money where its
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Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
Ivy League Vacation Planning Guide
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DARTMOUTH
DARTMOUTH
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Windermere Island Club
Windermere Island Club
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The Sunset
The Sunset
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Not Me
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Dartmouth Coop
Dartmouth Coop
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School and Camp Directory
School and Camp Directory
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Sports
SPORTS
Taking a Shot at the Show
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Rick Adams
As a catcher for his hometown Cheshire (Connecticut) High School, Brad Ausmus '91 was recruited by every coach in the Ivy League. Taking part in the courting dance was then-Dartmouth baseball coach Mike
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Business Express
Business Express
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Dana Robes Wood Craftsmen
Dana Robes Wood Craftsmen
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Invitation to all Dartmouth Alumni and Friends
Invitation to all Dartmouth Alumni and Friends
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DARTMOUTH ALPS
DARTMOUTH ALPS
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SYLLABUS
CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK LOVER
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President James O. Freedman
An avid collector introduces a few of his friends.
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Prof's Choice
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Nathanael West, Miss Lonely hearts (Liveright, Inc., 1933). West wrote only four books before he died in an automobile accident at age 36. This one is about an advice-to-the-lovelorn newspaper columnist. As he realizes
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16,17,18,19
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ANCIENT PAGE TURNERS
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JONI COLE AND LEE MICHAELIDES
Some of the hottest and, arguably, the finest—novels were written centuries ago.
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FOR OLD BOOKS NEW DUST JACKETS
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What the blurbs might say if ancient novels hit the mass market.
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20,21,22
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ADDICTED TO CONVERSATION
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Clayton G. Gates '90
An anonymous computer talk channel proves habitforming.
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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Kidder,Peabody
Kidder,Peabody
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24,25,26,28
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A Hero to Europe
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Shepard Stone '29, who brought press freedom back to Germany and helped steward its postwar recovery, sits for a portrait by Stephan McKeown '70.
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A United Europe: Should WE Be Worried?
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WHILE IN TOWN for the Princeton game last fall, Shepard Stone stopped by the Magazine office for a conversation about the fastmoving events overseas. This was before the fall of Ceausescu, the indictment of
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The George Washington University
The George Washington University
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The Purpose Gap
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The national debate over college curricula misses the biggest question: what qualifies a person as liberally educated? Opinion by Jay Heinrichs
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32,33,34,35,36,37,39
Cover Story
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Dartmouth's Steady Course
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James Wright
Over the past half-century, the major change in the College's curriculum has been its size.
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Rest in Peace
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Courses that are no longer offered.
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One Students Work
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While we were researching articles on the curriculum stories, Catherine Stackhouse '90 got to wondering how much work a student like her physically accomplishes in four years. Having completed all but two terms,
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Major Majors
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The most popular concentrations over the years (with the very most popular listed first)
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What Makes a Person Educated?
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IS THERE A SET OF FOUR SKILLS or books that determine a liberal education? Whitney Campbell Intern Catherine Stackhouse '90 asked some members of the Dartmouth family to give us their lists.
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An Elegant Backwater
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Clayton G. Gates '90
DARTMOUTH STUDENTS ONCE swam under chandeliers. Today the pool whose ceiling once glittered is almost unknown among undergraduates.
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Nancy Holbrook
Apologies for missing the last issue of the Magazine. The early deadline (and other circumstances) threw us off base. It's a bit early to predict expected attendance at our 70th in June, but returns of the green
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Gordon Merriam wrote from Maine in December: "Helen and I have moved into the so-called active retirement emporium which overlooks the Damariscotta River near the town. We are still pretty much okay and this step
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1922
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John Dana
Nonagenarians naturally crave for good news ana here are a few glad tidings from yuletide greetings received by scattered classmates.
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home
The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City has named its Sports Medicine Performance and Research Center for Jules Rippel, chairman of the Fannie E. Rippel Foundation, in recognition of a generous grant
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Arnie George, in a note on his Christmas card to Chinee and Margaret Allen, tells about his surgery at Massachusetts General. The surgery as such was successful, but resulted in nearly fatal pneumonia; fourteen weeks
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Word has been received of the death of Duncan G. Upton November 20, 1989, in South Deerfield, Mass.
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
During frigid climate in New England, news wafted from Bermuda that Ed and Ollie Raisbeck were spending Christmas there with temperature in the seventies. Earlier in Darien, Conn., their three children from
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
As we have said before, all of our news comes from replies to our class birthday cards. Therefore, please prefix "Thank you for writing" before each of the following five paragraphs.
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1928
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George A. Bell
On the good news/bad news front the best news seems to be the lack of bad news. For this issue, at least, we have no deaths or earthquake results to report. On the other hand very little news of any sort has come
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
With so many of us moving and the new telephone area codes it's rough to keep in touch. Do tell me your latest addresses and phone numbers.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
In my lofty capacity as treasurer of Tucson's Dartmouth Club I have just received 1990 dues from a newcomer to Green Valley, one Edwin H. Grant Jr. '53, who else but the son of our late great Ned Grant. He and
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1931
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R.T. Maynard
John Marsh '30 wrote that the Varsity Quartet gave the first ever rendition of "Dartmouth Undying" at his class banquet in May 1930 at Commons, and that the Quartet included Lew Taylor and Bill Waterman. He asked
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
The scene: a freighter in Middle East waters. In the engine room an oil spill results in severe burns for a young Filipino in training as a ship's engineer. Luckily former Lt. Col. Jo Ann Swenson of the Army Nurse
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Happy Ides of March! We've been hearing interesting news from the farflung brethren and sistern. From Los Angeles comes word that Paul Weston is living the good life out there on Century Hill. He has recovered
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
On your behalf I did see the Big Green trounce Penn for a winning Ivy football season. It was a treat to see us do the wrap-up so solidly. And my '34 cap brought hands waving from three classmates I could join for
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1935
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James C. Boldt
More disappointing results in my quest for yearbook material—one more mailing, however, before I call it quits. Even though the response is less than 50 percent, I personally find what comes in very readable and
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
In a recent "Peanuts" strip Charlie Brown was chatting with a friend whose Grandpa said his ambition was to be a perfect grandparent, which was, as they concluded, somebody who has made at least one hole-in-one. I
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Phil Swain, a member of the Washington State Board of Education, has been named as president of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). In his remarks to NASBE members he said, "NASBE
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
THE OSSEN CHRONICLE. From the pages of the Quincy (Mass.) Patriot Ledger, courtesy of his son Dick Ossen '60, comes the kind of update on a classmate that burnishes the sobriquet "amazing" as it applies to the
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
The class has suffered four deaths since our last. John McKeever died in Anchorage, Alaska, on November 21; Bob Van Slambrouck passed away on November 25 in Bodega Bay, Calif.; and across the country in Sarasota, Fla.,
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: March, April, May—and then June! That means right now is the time to mate up your mind to join the 250-plus classmates, wives, widows, and guests who have already signed up for the 50th! Just let
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1941
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Monk Larson
Bob Koenig, Al Van Wie, Dick Whittier. The 1980s finished taking their toll of 1941s with these three good men and true. The year thus ended with clouds of mourning, but let us celebrate the lives of Bob and Al and
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1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.
Duckboard season again as the basketball team ends an 11-1 EIL season with another title, setting a new team scoring record in the process. "Rubbers $1.00" in a Ward and Baird ad in The Daily D pushed spring
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
This column is being written on New Year's Day, and though it won't be printed until March, it is time for you to resolve to send me at least one card or letter during 1990. I have just flunked Eddie O'Brien's
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Amongst our budding young authors is Jack Snobble, who had a dandy piece, "The Hole-in-the-Rock Trail Herd," in the September 1989 issue of The Western Horseman magazine. As noted a while back, Jack rides with cowboys
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1945
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John E. Leggat
As 1990 moves rapidly through its second week, Christmas messages from classmates provide news for the first notes of 1990. As a suggestion, of your leftover cards mail one to the secretary in Westford with
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
Thanks to Frank Aldrich '45 for passing on the information that his old friend, Keith DeCourcey, was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame last August. Those of us who played football in the fall of '42
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1947
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Hamilton Chase
This is deep winter in New Hampshire, and do you know where your class secretary is? It's a trick question. He's here in body, with occasional skating and cross-country skiing in this record cold, but most
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
An unexpected common thread of this column is faraway Thailand. Bud Elliott is back from several weeks there where he was royally entertained in Bangkok by president of the local Dartmouth club Dave Karukin
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
Mark Landsburgh continues his work and expertise in graphic arts as a teacher at places like USC and Colorado College. He returned to Hanover on an assignment to help the College in this area and has donated his
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1950
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Scott O'Lin
"Time's a-wastin'," Snuffy Smith used to tell Barney Google in the comics when you were a kid. Well, tempus doth still fugit and you'd better get your reservations in to Len Matless, (17 Rayton Road, Hanover, NH
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1951
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Bill Boynton
This spring's long-awaited warmth seems to have been anticipated by last January's brief thaw conditions in nature that may be reflected in the spate of news from classmates during the early winter months. Perhaps
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1952
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J.H. Anderson
Here I am a day late for the mid-January deadline for this issue with only half my notes and clippings in the file I trudged to the office. Maybe I'll remember more about the other half as I proceed. It's always
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1953
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Fred Carleton
Dear Classmates, 1953 was really in town again for the class executive committee meeting. Present were our impresarios, Don and Lillian Goss, Gus Allen, Put Blodgett, Tom and Arlene Bloomer, Phil and Nancy Beekman, Dick and
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
Jack Goodfrey has protected all of us since graduation. Sheldon Woolf will guide us through perestroika, and Bob Levine will take care of our leisure time in a few years.
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
I am indebted to Harry Ambrose for calling to my attention a recent New York Times article featuring our classmate Jack Krumpe, who has been named president of the New York Islanders, the last professional team on Long
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1956
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Norm Olsen
This month, there is some good news and some bad. The good news is, first, that I have had a couple of very pleasant conversations lately with Cube Conroy, who is currently arranging Fun City Fantastic XII. This, our
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1957
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Adam Block
Hanny Mason married Martha Krachik on December 30 at the Church of the Land in Des Moines, where the Pope celebrated mass on his visit to the U.S. Evidently, Hanny's motivation in buying the vintage TANZI license
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1958
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Fred Louis III
Jerry Green and his wife are settling into a Geneva, Ill., home as he flies around the U.S. and Canada to nine manufacturing facilities he is managing for Chicago-based Marmon Group. Over lunch, he described their
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson
There were several Californians among my correspondents this month. Larry Friedricks is an executive vice president at Fries Entertainment in Hollywood. Larry says that Fries is the biggest producer of mini-series
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1960
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Robert B. Boye
A couple of months ago, I reported that Bruce Hassenkamp was running for reelection to his local school board. The election results are in and awesome. Bruce was the top vote-getter with 1,111 tallies. He reports "a
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1961
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Bob Conn
Excitement is building for our 30th Reunion as the number definitely returning continues to climb. According to mid-January word from Ron Wybranowski, 65 classmates have said they are coming back. Another 33 or so
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
Unfortunately, life is a combination of bad news and good news. Such is the case with the class of '62. Ray Dolan died of a heart attack on December 10, 1989. He leaves his wife, Sandy, and son Bradford. Although
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Legacies sons or daughters of alumni achieved a class record with 24 of our kids admitted to the class of 1993. Two belong to Texas physician Dr. Andrew Cole—Jason K. Cole and Robert T. Cole. The others are Alanna L.
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1964
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Harold Rabner
Classmates... this month the focus of our class column is perostroika and glasnost... courtesy of our classmate Bill Fitzhugh. Bill is an anthropologist at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington and is the
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1965
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Bruce Jolly
In the previous issue, we visited with our northern California classmates Dick Jones, Paul Pringle, Jack McLean, and Gary Jaffe. To learn how others in the Bay Area coped with the events of last October 17, we continue with
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Charlie Wilmot
The end of a decade is certainly an apt time for reflection and anticipation. For some of us it was also a time of celebration. Dick Birnie, Dave Owens, and Larry Goss helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
The holiday mail brought wonderful family newsletters from Rob Dressier and Ralph Staley. Rob is still in Fort Lauderdale with his wife, Patricia, and their young children, J.P. and Katie. Saying that Rob has been
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58
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
It has been a long, lonely winter for your class secretary up here in the frozen North. Very few of the cards and newsy letters I know you all have been sending to me have penetrated the bitter cold and heavy
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
Terry Robinson has been named Radio Network Executive of the Year by Radio Business Report magazine. Terry is chairman of Unistar Radio Networks. Also, a recipient of the award was Unistar co-chairman, Nicholas
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CLASS NOTES
1970
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Thomas L. Avery
It's great to report that Dennis Jolicoeur's New England Living has made its smash debut. Before long we'd expect his colorful new periodical will be fighting with the Alumni Magazine for space on coffee tables
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news is word that Peter Graves has completed a successful year as senior vice president of Nelson Entertainment. Peter writes: "My responsibilities broadened to include running the feature film
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
Three candidates for the class of 2011 were born to classmates this fall: Ted Agoos and Martha Moffat had a December baby (Sam Moffat Agoos), as did Bill Schur and Donna Fletcher '77 (Robert Louis Schur). Craig and Kathy
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
This column is living proof of something I learned all too well in our days in Hanover I work much better under pressure. Because of the special winter and summer schedules, I had six weeks to work on this column.
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
As my fellow lawyers will understand, I am presently celebrating a final victory over a civil rights case filed in 1986. Suing the government is not a popular task and even when "they" are bad they are able to
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61,62,63
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
A hearty wah-hoo-wah to class newsletter editor Charlie (Fuzzy) Perkins for an outstanding job on the Autumn 1989 edition. It appears that our resident managing editor of the Union Leader has also turned
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha Hennessey
March mud. I'm curious, whatever happened to the boardwalks across the Green? Perhaps as a class project... NAH! Speaking of class projects, it was mentioned in our class newsletter that we are investigating the
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1977
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Carol Muller and Al Henning
Temperatures and oil prices headed in opposite directions last December. Fortunately, news from and about classmates paralleled the oil price trend: UP. (There's a "good news/bad news" joke in there somewhere.)
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! I have news this month from far and wide. From Singapore comes a baby announcement. Christina Clayton Pfaff was born September 22 to Paula McLeod and Jamie Pfaff. The hospital staff and
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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I ran into John Sotos at the annual Dartmouth Club of Maryland Christmas dinner. After listening to my festive complaints about the lack of material for the monthly class column, John told me to chill out, to have
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Wade W. Herring
By now, I am sure that everyone is in a fever pitch of anticipation for the 10th Reunion. Until then, here's the latest.
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
Well, Fluffy is thawed and buried, finally. Chris Blaski has acquired two new kittens, named Nina and Eleanor. According to a reliable eye witness, both are adorable, frisky, and importantly alive. If they make it
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Since the recent change in my marital status, my mailbox has been overflowing with catalogs, special offers, and the like. So when another odd looking envelope arrived, it did not seem out of the ordinary.
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Hello again. When we last talked, I was a little irritated because you all seemed inattentive and uneasy about divulging details of your life. Part of my life is Quality Control. I say to myself, "How can this
4719181_19900301_000101.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
Lots of news to report this month so I'll dispense with my usual attempt at a clever introduction for the column and get right to the point. Anna Sonnerup was recently featured in the Faces in the Crowd section of
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Sally Goggin
With reunion only a few months away, I sense that people are beginning to feel guilty. After all, four and a half years ago almost everyone promised to keep in touch with the class. But how many actual put pen to
4719181_19900301_000103.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard C. Hayes Jr.
Some '86s can't stand to sit on the sidelines while palace coups, drug busts, and social revolutions grab the headlines. Action! They want to be part of the excitement! Krista Thomas decided that selling
4719181_19900301_000104.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. My past months of "squeaking" for more mail, combined with the inherent generosity of the holiday season, resulted in quite a load of grease indeed. The letters and cards have
4719181_19900301_000105.xml
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
A short column this month, for a couple of reasons. One, the mail isn't exactly flowing in rapidly—for that, you have no one to blame but yourselves. Two, I rarely write a short column. Some have suggested I'm
4719181_19900301_000106.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Lufit
This column I thought I'd take the musical approach. Feel free to hum along as you read these mellifluous adventures hopefully the tunes still ring a Baker bell.
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Article
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Major Works Grace the Hood
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Over the last few months the Hood Museum's collection of European art has been dramatically augmented by the donation or acquisition of a number of major works. This has raised the national profile of the museum while
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Tom Avril '89
After two AFC championships, two Super Bowls, and 14 seasons in a sport where longevity is about as common as understatement, Reggie Williams '76 earned a hero's farewell at his final home game last fall. Then, as he
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Jas. Becker
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Cinderental
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Kathryn McKenna '91
Imagine: You work in Washington, D.C., and that gorgeous guy you've been after for months has asked you, last minute, to a black-tie affair at the White House. But he's picking you up in an hour, and you have nothing to
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The Sunset
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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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McLaughry
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VERMONT
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CLASSIFIEDS
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