Issue: 19900601

Friday, June 1, 1990
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Articles
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THE WORDS BECOME FLESH
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THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
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Lodging Directory
Lodging Directory
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The Hanover Inn At Dartmouth College
The Hanover Inn At Dartmouth College
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Yellow Brick Road Cycling
Yellow Brick Road Cycling
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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
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Chiefrain Motor Inn
Chiefrain Motor Inn
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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SUMMER 1990 VOL. 82 NO. 9
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DR WHEELOCK’S JOURNAL
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Following a long critical tradition, the valedictorian speaks against College tradition.
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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DARTAGNAN
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DARTMOUTH
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Cafe La Fraise
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FIDDLEHEAD BOATWORKS
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The Quechee Inn
The Quechee Inn
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8,9,10,11,12,13
Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Campus Prognosis
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Heraton North Country Inn
Heraton North Country Inn
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AMC Pinkham Notch Camp and AMC Huts
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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The Irish House a specialty shop
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Jas. Becker Cabinetmaker
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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RICHARD BISSELL FINE WOODWORKING
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SYLLABUS
THE POLITICS OF HUNGER
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Professor Hoyt Alverson
Lack of food isn't the problem.
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Prof's Choice
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• The Hunger Project, Ending Hunger: An Idea Whose Time Has Come (Praeger, 1985). The best introduction to the phenomenon of mass hunger. It gives a balanced presentation of competing definitions of and approaches to the
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Cover Story
Voices Crying In The Wilderness
Voices Crying In The Wilderness
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The Editors
A gallery of Dartmouth's latter-day prophets.
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17
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Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE THIRD WORLD'S LOW-KEY CRUSADER
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Jay Heinrichs
Peter Martin '51 runs a news service that turns the globe upside down.
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Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE MEDICAL SYSTEM’S EMERGENCY SURGEON
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Jay Heinrichs
John Kitzhaber 69 has a state legislature making life-or-death decisions.
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18,19,20
Cover Story
Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE CAMPAIGNER FOR LESS GOVERNMENT
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Lee Michaelides
By running for the U.S. Presidency, Ed Clark '52 made libertarianism a household word.
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20,21,22
Cover Story
Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE SCHOLAR WHO WAGES PEACE
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Jim Collins ’84
Professor Emeritus Elise Boulding legitimizes the study of war and its end.
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22,23,24
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Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE JUDGE WHO METES COMFORT
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Jack Steinberg ’88
Wielding puppets in court, Charles B. Schudson '72 gives abused children understanding with justice.
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24,25,26
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Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE DOCTOR FOR THE SPIRIT
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Elise Miller ’85
Through meditation and psychotherapy, Jack Kornfield '67 works to fuse America's heart and mind.
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Voices Crying In The Wilderness
THE FATHER OF CHAOS
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Steve Lyons
While proving that nature is unpredictable, Edward Lorenz '38 found a strange order in the universe.
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THE Ivy League Magazine Network
THE Ivy League Magazine Network
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30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38
Feature
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JUNE IN HANOVER
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A Dartmouth Album of the Grand Old Seniors and those who came back from the wide wide world.
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CENTERRA
CENTERRA
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
A letter from Louise says Bri Greeley is making a good recovery. Their list of activities confirms this.
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CLASS NOTES
1920
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Nancy Holbrook
Well, the long-awaited 70th Reunion of the glorious class of 1920 is over, and those who could attend should cherish fond memories of it, together with sorrow for those who could not make it to Hanover. We are planning
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Lucy Briggs wrote on April 5 that her son Everett E. Briggs had been confirmed as ambassador to Portugal. Our hearty congratulations to the 1956 graduate whose career would make our late classmate, EllisBriggs, very happy.
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Classmates and 1922 ladies will appreciate the following as received and acknowledged by JackDodd: "Dear Mr. Dodd, I am a freshman at Dartmouth and am honored to have been chosen as a recipient of a Class of 1922
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1923
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Herbert Q. Home
Greetings to the 60-odd surviving members of the great class of '23 and to the present wives and widows. During the past three months I have heard from only three members of the class. They are the Dwight Keefs, back
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1924
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Edward Winsor
You should all have received by now your updated Class Directory. You can thank ChinceAllen not only for the computation, but also for the scut work in checking, stuffing, and mailing. You should also thank him for
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CLASS NOTES
1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Belated news of the deaths of Alvin F. Buchanan Jr., December 18, 1989, at Mt. Kisco, N.Y., and Philip C. O'Connell, April 25 in Belleair, Fla., of cancer.
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Thank you letters for 1926 birthday greetings were received from various parts of the country. From Cincinnati: Al Sea-songood was surprised to see his likeness as a student back in the twenties, and sent regards
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CLASS NOTES
1927
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Stephen Dow Mills
On April 27-28 the annual Class Officers Weekend was held in Hanover. Among 500 attendees, 1927 was represented by Frank and EvelynStrong, Paul and Betty Hanna, Charlieand Ruth Paddock, Peg Funkhouser,Hank Murray, and Dow Mills.
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1928
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George A. Bell
Your class officers, in their wisdom, have scheduled the mini-reunion for the September 29 weekend when the football team will be elsewhere. This novel idea has a touch of genius. It provides an opportunity to visit
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
May has lost us two outstanding classmates, ShepStone and Rusty Ayers, Shep in a car crash and Rusty after a long illness. Shep's true eminence was told in the fine article in our March AlMag. He and Jack Kennedy and
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Milt has told you about our great 60th, including who was there. We were especially pleased to see Sally Magenau recovering from last year's brain surgery, and Bill Bragner, making progress after a severe stroke.
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Seen during Class Officers Weekend in Hanover in April were: Betty and RalphHunter, Rose and HankMcCarthy, Peggy and EdBrummer, Gertrude andIrv Bettman, Eleanor and Bunce Clarkson, Anne and George Conklin, LucyCogswell, Diana Eldredge, John
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
The Ben Drew '32 Annex to the Ledyard Canoe Clubhouse is finished. On a sunny May afternoon a crowd of Ledyard enthusiasts, old and young, attended a dedication ceremony on the banks of the Connecticut. The program
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1933
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John S.Monagan
We move now to America's Heartland and a chat with Henry B. Pierpont, the investment whiz of Omaha and environs. Having created the investment department of the U.S. National Bank, Hank ran it for years and retired
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Just 56 years ago on June 18 the class or 1934 became alumni, and by now a lot of us will have attended a 60th high school reunion. For me, it's back to Dayton to join Sam McGray at ours. Congratulations on completing
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CLASS NOTES
1935
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James C. Boldt
WOW! Since the last column was written, the responses to my survey letter have shown a heartening increase, percentagewise, leaving me with a tough winnowing task for this issue. One consequence is that many who have
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CLASS NOTES
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
The '36 spring mini-reunion was held in Hanover on April 28 in conjunction with the Class Officers Weekend. The Hills and the Builters closed up their Florida retreats prematurely and brought up North three
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CLASS NOTES
1937
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Carl Erdman
Final report for the Alumni Fund shows 399 classmates contributed $8,520 and the total fund amounted to $611,531. Chief agent Dana Prescott, before you pick up the phone and call me to tell me I'm crazy I must tell you
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CLASS NOTES
1938
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Gene Waggaman
TOUR DIRECTOR TIDBIT. That foresighted paragon of planning and execution, Dick Francis, has released a be prepared bulletin: '38 Golfers North will reprise last year's visit to the Hanover/Quechee circuit on Wednesday,
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CLASS NOTES
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
We have lost three classmates since our last. AlSteffen on March 10, PaulJones on March 20, and Danny Dyer on April 1. We have also just learned of the death of Alex Fraser, way back in February of 1980. Obituaries are scheduled
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1940
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Richard W. Bowman
Dear Class: Hey, what can I tell you? If you were there, you know that it was a terrific reunion. If you weren't on hand, then be advised that we missed you! We'll be looking for you at the 55th. Yes, there is life after
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CLASS NOTES
1941
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Monk Larson
June 7-9, 1991, campus of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Commencement weekend, fair and warmer, only ten months hence, time to shine, the last of the biggies, 50th Reunion for the class of 1941, register now to be
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CLASS NOTES
1942
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Proctor H. Page Jr.
The summer of 1940. War continues to spread in Europe with the fall of France in June and the Nazi build-up of power before the Battle of Britain, which will start in the fall. On the home front many of us had pleasant
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
Report from Boca Grande, Fla. We have found our dream vacation spot, which is a "little grass shack" just 30 feet hark from the Gulf of Mexico. Boca Grande has no traffic lights, a few stores and restaurants, and no
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CLASS NOTES
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Question: Would a revisionary Russian '44 Class Notes writer from the University of Minsk or Pinsk call his Alumni Magazine column Glas Nosts?
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CLASS NOTES
1945
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John E. Leggat
Approximately 11 months from now 1945's 45th Reunion will take place in Hanover and the committee is looking for a large number of you to make early reservations and to show up on June 10-13. We will be joining the
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
Another classmate returning to the Upper Connecticut Valley is Marty Marino. The retired doctor and his wife, Virginia, have purchased a home just north of Orford, N.H., after a brief rental stay in the Eastman
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CLASS NOTES
1947
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Ham Chase
As we close out our literary year, there are a number of bases we should touch. First, as of this writing we do not yet have the stats for our class's percent participation, or the total dollar donation to the Alumni
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CLASS NOTES
1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
At a Dartmouth Club of Houston meeting in April, President Freedman was asked, with reference to Dartmouth 15 or 20 years down the road, what in his opinion should be the respective number of undergraduate and post
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CLASS NOTES
1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
My first Class Officers Weekend in Hanover was made very special as TomSwartz received the Alumni Award for his many efforts for the College and his class.
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CLASS NOTES
1950
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Scott Olin
It was more than a Touch of Class, it was a grand three days back in Hanover June 11-14 with some 260 plus classmates, wives, progeny, and friends on hand (a near record), thanks to the attendance-encouraging efforts of
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1951
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Bill Boynton
Change is the theme of this month's column. Eric Chaisson, in The Life Era: CosmicSelection and Conscious Evolution (Norton, 1987), succinctly states a nice paradox: "Change is the root of all organized stability." The
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CLASS NOTES
1952
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Jay H. Anderson
Among the April 22 Earth Day activities in Manhattan was a 17 block stretch of displays on Sixth Avenue. Edythe and I were startled to see a lot of Dartmouth insignia at one point in the stretch which had been closed
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CLASS NOTES
1953
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Fred Carleton
Dear Class of the Year Mates, no need to recount for you the award presented to 1953 on Class Officers Weekend citing our record-breaking reunion giving, reunion attendance, class activities and projects, etc. I
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
The most important news is the passing of the presidential mantle from DickPage, elected Trustee of the College effective in June, to Jerry Goldstein, chosen by the class executive committee to be our next class president.
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Dick Blodgett
Two of our classmates have been honored recently for their outstanding contributions to their professions and communities. Peter M. Fishbein was awarded the Brandeis Distinguished Community Service Award on April 2,
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CLASS NOTES
1956
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Norm Olsen
As reported earlier, I spent time in Tucson during the early spring, staying with old friends of B.E. Bergesen, a high school buddy of my host, John McElroy, who always wanted to go to Dartmouth, but whose family
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Fred Louis III
An announcement in which the class and College can take justifiable pride is the election of David Sharrock to the position of chief operating officer of Marion Merrill Dow, Inc., the pharmaceutical firm based in Kansas
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Congratulations to BarrySmith and his committee for putting on a fine 30th Reunion! If the reunion had a theme, it was the inevitability of change and how to deal with it. When outgoing class President Peter Jaffe expressed
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CLASS NOTES
1960
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Robert B. Boye
Our 30th Reunion was an invasion of the senses. The green was green, lilacs and day lilies in bloom, the Bema idyllic, hills on the golf course steeper. Somehow, Rick Roescn managed both the reunion and the weather to
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CLASS NOTES
1961
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Bob Conn
It was a small reunion but we loved it. Our first experience with a midweek reunion netted 54 classmates, most accompanied by wives, and some by children. Midweek meant some folks could only stay a day or two,
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1962
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Charles Giersch
At what has to be called a maxi-mini reunion, the class of '62 celebrated its collective 50th birthday in Washington, D.C., during the weekend of May 4. Some 92 classmates, together with 98 family, friends and
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1963
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Harrv Zlokower
Doing his bit for "glas nost" (and Class Notes), Roger Parkinson, publisher of the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, chaired the committee that organized the visit of President Mikhail S. Gorbachev and his wife, Raisa, to
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CLASS NOTES
1964
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Hal Rabner
Hanover is beautiful in the spring and Class Officers Weekend was extremely interesting. Woody Flowers, SandyMcGinnis, and I represented the class. The emphasis was on getting together and the exciting future of the
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CLASS NOTES
1965
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Robbie Robinson
Almost 200 members of the class of 1965 returned with families and friends to our 25th ReunionJune 11-14. The class tent was full until the wee hours of the morning, with much discussion about "the roads taken" and a
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Remembering a certain tug of war on the Green not that many years ago, your class officers took particular pleasure in reasserting our proper place in the Dartmouth class lineup at a recent officers weekend on campus.
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Big doin's on the Hanover Plain in late April. Tonks Tonkovich,Dave Peck, Ron Weiss,Skip Waterhouse, JohnEngelman, Don Clausing, and Parker Beverage gathered for Class Officers Weekend and a meeting of the class executive
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
Dick Glovsky has supplied me with various tidbits garnered from his Alumni Fund telephoning. Here they are, alphabetically by height. GenePinover works on the financing of large real estate projects across the country
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1970
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Thomas L. Avery
After four years on this job, I finally wised up and leafed through a copy of my father's Tuck School Alumni Magazine. I found a hitherto untapped goldmine of data on our classmates who finished out their days in Hanover at
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
Received several notes underscoring the steady climb to professional recognition many classmates are making. Stu Simms, states attorney in Maryland, addressed the annual national convention of the Headmasters Association
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
The last weekend in April found me enjoying a Class Officers Weekend mini-reunion in Hanover with BobGlovsky, Paul Sehl, AndyCaflrey, and Mark Harty. (Actually, Mark flew by us on his way in and out of both Hanover and Leede
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
It was Thursday. I wanted to go to Hanover on Friday for a Class Officers Weekend. But at what price? I had to be in DeKalb County Superior Court for a plea at nine o'clock. Would the Honorable William Smith reschedule?
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
If no news is good news then we have lots of good news this month, most of which is thanks to class treasurer Jeff Sassorossi's dutiful forwarding of notes included in dues payments. Jeff Artz writes, "I'm currently
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha Hennessey
As I anxiously await our classmates' theses on "How I Spent My Summer Vacation," I am grateful to the few who have been kind enough to keep this column
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Al Henning and Carol Muller
The black flies have spawned, invading our garden just at peak planting time. Only a lust for fresh corn brings perseverence. Lilacs blooming, grosbeaks migrating, the swimming hole filling up, baseball on the (Norwich)
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Paul W. Kuhn
Well, gang, I'm back on the job again. One good thing about the delay is that I actually have some interesting stories to pass along... While attempting to find out how the other "half' (meaning all you folks at home
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O’Neil
Thanks to Tom Tomai,Libby Roberts, and the other members of the reunion committee, our tenth was, in a word, awesome. Even the weather cooperated. Festivities began on Thursday night with a concert and continued, literally
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Cathy McGrath
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Keith Hammonds
It was about 8:25 Sunday morning, and I was halfway through the somewhat ill-timed alumni 10K road race, when this fundamental truth hit me in the face: Hanover has hills, and Boston doesn't. The big orange "V" (for
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
I'm sure we've all been asked at one time or another to participate in or give to a Dartmouth telethon. I myself have done my selfish best to avoid them like the plague but now, thanks to Sherri Carroll Oberg, I've
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Well, it wasn't easy, but it's done. Earlier this month, my wife, Andrea, and I finished transplanting ourselves from Boston to Chicago as part of an ongoing effort to diversify our lives. Over the years, I have grown
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
So what's happening in Arkadelphia, Ark.? "Not much," according to Stephanie McHenry Downing, who has lived there for almost two years with her husband, Kyle, and three dogs. Stephanie works for Southern Ventures Inc.,
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Mark Stern
Having just returned from the 5th Reunion, facing a desk full of work and a stack of phone messages to be caught up on, we nattirally decided to attack our first set of Class Notes instead.
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard C. Hayes Jr.
Taimi Strehlow blushes a lot at work. She is protecting you and me and all the other corruptible minds in the nation—from further moral degradation. Apparently the French are trying to destroy our society by
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
The theme of this month's installment is the pursuit of higher education. More and more of us are moving on toward advanced degrees in everything from diplomacy to science.
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Maybe it was early Spring energy. Maybe it was boredom with the rains in May. Most likely, it was frustration with my nagging. In the months of April and May, an astounding nine letters from classmates found their way
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
So, you're one year out of college. Got a life yet? Are you sailing on a sure course to personal fulfillment and career happiness, or are you carrying around a moth-eaten Dartmouth sweatshirt like an overgrown Linus?
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Honored classes and officers and the new association heads
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During Class Officers Weekend in May the awards for classes of the year and officers of the year were announced. Further, each association announced new officers for 1990-91.
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Give a Rouse
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Francis H. Horn '30, elected a fellow of Queen Mary and Westville College, University of London
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Article
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The Alumni Awards
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During recent months the Colleges high honor, the Alumni Award, has been presented to four outstanding alumni, and, for the first time, the College has presented its Distingushed Young Alumni Service Award. The citations adapted below attest to the fact that the Dartmouth family, and the wider world, are indeed enriched by the many contributions of these five.
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Barnet Family Funds Middle East Studies
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Bill Barnet II '34 of Albany, N.Y., along with his family and friends, has initiated a new fund to support a number of the College's programs which concern the Middle East, especially Israel. Its first effort: funding the publishing of
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“I Could Have Danced All Night...”
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Jim Boldt ’35
Arguably the best physical specimen in the class of 1935, Earl Arthurs has found a way to enjoy retirement that arouses envy in the hearts of more than a few of his classmates. He's a professional host on cruise ships, dancing
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Tom George ’40 Reinvents Himself
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R.H.N
Among the highlights in 1965 of the 25th Reunion of the class of 1940 was an exhibition in the Hopkins Center of the works of Thomas George '40. This summer, coinciding with the class's 50th Reunion, the Hood Museum has mounted an
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Down for the count in Washington
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Robert M. Groves '70 was sworn in recently by Census Bureau Director Barbara Bryant as associate director for statistical standards and mthodology. Dr. Groves, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Michigan since
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the previous issue. Full notices, usually written by the class secretary, may appear in this issue or a later one.
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CLASSIFIEDS
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DARTMOUTH UNDYING
Faithful Correspondents
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1909
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