Issue: 19901201

Saturday, December 1, 1990
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Articles
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Front Cover
Front Cover
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Dartmouth's Nature
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N T Ferro Custom Jewelers
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Exclusively Campion’s
Exclusively Campion’s
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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The Greens at Hanover
The Greens at Hanover
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HOME HILL
HOME HILL
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Table of Content
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WINTER 1990 VOL. 83 NO. 4
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DR. WHEELOCK’S JOURNAL
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E. Wheelock
The College's future in 70 charts and graphs.
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Dartmouth Executive Network, Inc.
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JAS. BECKER CABINETMAKER
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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SCOREBOARD
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Jonathan Douglas ’92
Football
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Sore Winners
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DARTMOUTH CO.OP
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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PRESIDENTIAL RANGE
THE PASSIONS OF SCIENCE
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James O. Freedman
"Ideas flash into the minds of scientists as unaccountably as lyrical phrases form in the minds of poets."
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SYLLABUS
ALL THAT JAZZ
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Professor Don Glasgo
The music still jumps—but you have to know where to listen.
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SYLLABUS
Prof's Choice
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• The Art Ensemble of Chicago, "Urban Bushmen" (ECM 829394-2, 1982)—The ensemble's unique mixture of inspired music and theater (not unlike Sun Ra) ranges from Lester Bowie's touching piece "New York Is Full of Lonely
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Cover Story
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Dartmouth’s Nature
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Jonathan Kohl ’92
Is the College taking its environment for granted?
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Dartmouth’s Greatest Conservationist
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Peter S. Bridges ’53
HE WAS MORE THAN A Conservationist; he is the closest the College has ever come to producing a true Renaissance man. George Perkins Marsh, class of 1820, was one of America's leading experts on the Old Icelandic
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An Out-O’-Doors Omnibus
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A whole slew of facts on Dartmouth's environment.
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We Have More Laws, They Have Worse Air
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Nancy Davies
PAPER OR PLASTIC?" ASKS THE checkout clerk.
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The Paperless Publisher
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Ed.
WHEN ALUMNI MAGAZINE INTERN JONATHAN KOHL '92 suggested a cover story on the environment, we sat up and listened. This biology major is not just an experienced magazine writer—he has already founded a magazine, the world's first
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WHEN THE YOUNG TURKS CAME
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John Kemeny
In the early fifties, John Sloan Dickey 29 had the chance to create virtually a whole new faculty. What he did led to the Dartmouth of today.
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HENRY’S SPIEL
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A frank exit interview with the (extremely) outgoing Alumni Fund director.
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La Poule a Dents
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Planned New Hanover Bank Seeks Chief Financial Officer
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Third Annual State of the College Address
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Munroe's statement
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The Case Against the Dartmouth Review
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George B. Munroe
On Yom Kippur, the Dartmouth Review-an off-campus weekly publication having no official association with Dartmouth College-published in its credo a quotation from Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf: "I believe today that I am acting in
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
We have been saddened by the death of two classmates. Bri Greeley, our vice president, passed away as did Hildreth Allison. Their obituaries appear in this issue. I called Jim Davis on the occasion of his birthday. Mary
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
No news is no news, alas! However, on this soggy I mid-October day, when the Big Green eleven has just defeated the ancient rival, Yale, 27-17 (the last Yale defeat in Hanover was eleven years ago), it is fitting to
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1921
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Russell Bailey
Noticing two addresses for the Augers in the 1921 class list, I dialed the New Bedford number and talked with Loretta. She told me that Roland was not at all well, and that she herself had painful arthritis in spite of
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Cocktail chatter and enchanting advertising glamourize the concept of conspicuous consumption in America. Constant, quiet contributors to deserving causes stay off the front page. For example, the classmates named
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1923
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Warren A. Cook
Rev. Msgr. Carlos Sanchez expressed the opinion in a recent letter that "it was a real privilege to have been a member of the class of '23 ... as a part of the group of people of which so many have contributed to the
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Stan Chittick bobs up with an article from the September 7 Boston Globe about the Worcester County Horticultural Society's September 15 dedication of the Frank L. Harringtion Sr. Orchard. The orchard comprises one of
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Our mini-reunion, though sparsely attended, was an enjoyable one. A torrential rain in the morning finally cleared just before noon, and the game was played in a beautiful, warm and sunny afternoon. Unfortunately, the
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
"The tall guy in the back row of the 1925 cross country team" describes Lou Conant's only picture in the 1926 Aegis available for his class birthday card. Also in the front row of the 50th Reunion class picture was "a
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Fall reunions become mini-er and mini-er every year as time marches on, and unexpected illness and other occurrences make planning difficult for cochairpersons Bob and Franchot Long. Nevertheless they did a masterful
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1928
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George A. Bell
The class of 1928 stationery is due for another revision—Mutt Jennings and Curly Prosser have switched jobs. The reason is that Curly and Larry Martin are planning an extended tour to explore the wilds of Ireland and
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Merry Christmas, tho' it's warm October at this writing. The campus and the press are overreacting to the Review's latest ugliness. Be of good cheer Dartmouth is still the best thing in its class. U.S. News &
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
I attended "Dartmouth Horizons" October 4-6, a beautifully planned, tightly packed, many faceted, 40-hour immersion in Dartmouth College. Without propaganda, the program is a great upper, and would be an eye-opener
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Our 60th Reunion committee has been hard at work getting things organized for next June. If you haven't already done so, please fill out the answers to the questionnaire you received this fall and return it to
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
"The Wonders of Being 80" in Ackerberg's News letter struck responsive chords in may '32s. ChuckHall, for example, speaks „ . for all of us in "feeling for tunate to be still going strong." He adds, "I am looking forward
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1933
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John S. Monagan
MUSINGS ON A '33 MINI-REUNION. The placid beauty of the campus seen from an upper Inn window, the soft green of the grass drinking in a gende rain. No evidence of controversy or turmoil. Members, wives, widows and
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Our mini-reunion was a real plus for '34. The team did not whip Penn, but we had 25 wives and widows added to 28 classmates, and all enjoyed the happy hours and dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings and were part of
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1935
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William H. Mathers
The September mini-re-union was a great success with 75 in attendance (37 alumni, 32 wives, five widows and one honorary). Al Ritchie's son Dennis, from AT&T Bell Laboratories, led us through a brief history of computer
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1937
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Carl Erdman
1937 classmates filled the DOC house to capacity, as 70 people reminisced, dined, and listened to John Strohbehn, Dartmouth provost and chairman of the Planning Steering Committee, at the Septemer 14 mini-reunion.
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
MR. ROBERTS, FLORIDA. Unlike his literary counterpart, Tom Roberts is far from sailing between Apathy and Ennui. He's as Susy as the famed one-armed paperhanger with the hives, working the yard and playing golf and
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
We are sorry to report the passing of Dave Ward on August 12 after a long illness.
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1940
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Chet Berry
We had a nice visit with (Jane and Bill Pellington, who came by during their autumn golf safari on Cape Coa. Bill has made a good recovery from the surgery which prevented their attendance at our 50th. They are enjoying
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1941
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Monk Larson
Dan Provost was there. Of course he was, class president, presiding at the executive committee meeting during the fall mini in mid October, pointing toward the 50th next June 7-9. Dan was there, and all told more
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1942
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Proc Page
December 1940. January 1941. Bob Broweris 125 pound champ in both wrestling and boxing. In the "most scientific" fight, Mike deSherbinin wins the 155-pound boxing crown. StubPearson is re-elected class president and Ted
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1943
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Richard B. Tower
Jim Adams, who is getting to be my very best correspondent, sent in two letters covering recent trips and Dartmouth meetings. Jim included some snapshots of our 45th Reunion that show Alex and Mary A. Nagle, Polly
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Our fall mini-reunion October 12-13 was such a lovely piece of work that it almost defies description. Most pros agree that writing should be almost devoid of adjectives, but in this case it's hard not to trot them all
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1945
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John E. Lesrgat
Among the anticipated events for the '45-'46-'47 45th Reunion is a joint Glee Club concert, featuring members of the Glee Club from the midforties. Bob Paulson, reunion chairman, has been working with his counterparts
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
Once again the October 12-13 fell mini was a resounding success! While the highlight undoubtedly was the sound 27-17 beating of Yale in football (the first in Hanover since 1978), the large gathering of '46s, their
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1947
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Ham Chase
Our fall mini-reunion, held at the Norwich Inn October 12-14, was a complete success. Thanks again to Bill Hallager. Friday evening started with early arrivals enjoying a light dinner at the Norwich Inn, then a dash to
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1948
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F. R. Drury Jr.
"Oh, to be in Hanover, now that October's there!" With apologies to Browning we salute our '48 brethren who had foresight to be in the New Hampshire hills for the annual Dartmouth Night acitivities and the Yale game.
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
While some of our brethren have been leaving service at the College, classmate Vail Haak is pleased that he now has his son working for the Hood Museum as assistant registrar.
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1950
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James G. Birney
Old faithful, Scotty Olin, sent a clipping from the New York Times of September 23, announcing that Jack and JillHarned's daughter, Julie, was married the day before to William Wade Hobert of Minneapolis. They will live
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1951
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Bill Boynton
Merry Christmas to all, and best wishes for the coming year!
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1952
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Dwight Ketcham
This past spring and summer, friends of mine (one couple with a daughter, one with a son) toured eastern colleges. Where else they traveled I am not sure, but both students left their hearts at Dartmouth. Each plans to
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1953
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Fred Carleton
Do you read the New York Times? The First page anyway? Then you don't need to read this to keep up with 1953. In the Times you would have seen Warren Cassidy of the NRA quoted on gun control, supporting the rights of gun
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
I am not, as previously noted, going to report on the John Cunningham gathering in December; that will come in a later issue. Instead, it is more timely to try to relate the events that took place over the Dartmouth
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Dick Blodgett
The Tuck class of '56 recently held its early 35th Reunion, and attending '55s included Stan and Lillian Bergman, Jack andMarilyn Doyle, Mike andKaren Gorton, Brooks Parker, and theBlodgetts. Stan Bergman is an attorney with an
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1956
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Norm Olsen
Early in September our venerable mini-reunion chairman, Cube Conroy, whom I had queried about a photo of himself with Teddy Kennedy which I had seen at the Conroy condo, sent the following response: "I can only say that
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1957
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Adam Block
This year 's Homecoming weekend drew in quite a few folks from distant places. Bob and TommiAdelizzi flew in from San Diego partly to check out how their son Jim is settling in as a peagreen. Brad and Libby Curtis eased
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw, III
Hurrah! Some of you have heard the appeal, and some have answered, bless you! Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and Happy Hanukkah.
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
The Class of 1994 contains five daughters and three sons of 19605, bringing the total number of '60 progeny currently enrolled to 45. The frosh are Clarissa Andic (daughter of Martin), Karen Daniels (Walter), Craig
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1962
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Charles P. Giersch
It is that time of the year again, when the leaves are falling, the Red Sox have fallen, and the New England Patriots are floun dering. At least the Big Green football program appears to be headed in the opposite
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
T'was raining in Hanover, and the Zlok was sidelined temporarily in Brooklyn, but Homecoming took place anyway. Dartmouth walloped Yale 27-17, and the '63s launched plans for what will prove to be a monumental occasion:
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1964
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Harold Rabner
Classmates . . . This month your secretary will take some literary license by not writing about you, but about the crisis at the College arising from the most recent Dartmouth Review episode—the Mein Kampf quote in
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1966
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Stephan Lanfer
As Charlie Wilmot, our secretary, has moved to Nice, France, to sell financial planning services to Americans abroad, and therefore was unable to attend, he asked me to share some highlights of our mini-reunion over
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Those classmates who fantasize about taking a break from high pressure careers should consider the case of Paul Lipscomb. Paul wrote from California to say that he had temporarily retired about three years ago after ten
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Lo and behold, BobReich is in the news again. Bob and wife Clare appeared in a recent (Sept. 24) Fortune article, entitled "How Dual-Income Couples Cope." It is not always easy. Right, Bob?
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1969
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Rick Willets
Sandy Alderson was going to be in Boston the first week of October on a business trip, so DickGlovsky decided to arrange a mini-reunion. Sandy said he knew of a place with the proper ambiance and decorum, and so eleven
4719181_19901201_000083.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news, St. Johnsbury, Vt., attorney John Marshall is featured in the cover story of the September issue of New England Business. The article, entitled "Power Play," describes John's efforts on behalf
4719181_19901201_000084.xml
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58
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
The mini-reunion for the Yale game in October had a sparse turnout, as widespread rain in New England kept many people at home. John Einsidler reports that Chip Carstensen, Fred Crossman, JoeFallon, Ralph Child, and Young
4719181_19901201_000085.xml
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58
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti lihalas
On my way home from work today I realized I was in more dire straits than I have ever before known. No one has submitted an entry for my letter-of-the month award not even a postcard. I fear it may be retribution for my
4719181_19901201_000086.xml
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58,59
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
Living in a small town has its ups and downs. Barnesville does have a variety of offerings, including an 18-hole course built by a local patriot and his son. The pro shop lacks some of the amenities, though: the shop
4719181_19901201_000087.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
I can't figure out which one of our presidents has greater troubles, Bush or Freedman. One has to deal with budgets and Baghdad, the other with the Dartmouth Review. I'm sure they would gladly trade places.
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
Don't forget to pay your class dues! And with your dues, please send in news, which our treasurer can forward to moi! Thanks.
4719181_19901201_000089.xml
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60
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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[no value]
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Al Henning
A hint for class secretaries who find the month's pickings slim: take a trip to the College Grant and pour over cabin registers, young and old. We journeyed there during the peak colors in early October and were
4719181_19901201_000090.xml
article
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60,61
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1978
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[no value]
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Paul W. Kuhn
Fall and cool evenings have made it to the Aegean Coast. The days are still warm, though the rains have begun to fall in earnest. Brilliant flaming sunsets through royal purple and black storm clouds silhouette the
4719181_19901201_000091.xml
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61
61
Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1979
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[no value]
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Tom O’Neil
Earlier this year the Dartmouth Alumni Council selected Peggy EpsteinTanner as the first recipient of the Distinguished Young Alumni Service Award. Both the College and the council view the award as the highest honor that
4719181_19901201_000092.xml
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Tales from the Crypt, vollume XI, chapter 4: Last August when Beth Colgan married Mike Fascitelli, the festive nuptials merited three columns of the New York Times wedding page: "Merger-Mania Returns to New York."
4719181_19901201_000093.xml
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1981
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[no value]
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Karen McKeel Calby
Happy Holidays! Some news from campus, where the class of '8l Executive Committee met to plan activites for the year. Don Pease, professor of English, as you may remember, joined the group for breakfast. A lively
4719181_19901201_000094.xml
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63,64
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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[no value]
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Peter Frechette
The pressure is on, the column is due, and I can't think of a thing even mildly humorous, witty or interesting with which to open. I have to get this done. Suddenly, a soft mist begins to form at the outside of my
4719181_19901201_000095.xml
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64
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
We are all aware that emotions rise precipitously when the Dartmouth Review becomes a topic of conversation. Most of us chafe internally, wince externally, and have trouble discussing the Review, no matter where our
4719181_19901201_000096.xml
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64
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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[no value]
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Brad M. Hutensky
The amazing thing about these columns is that I usually have no idea what I am going to write about until a few days (hours) before the column is due. Every month, however, a higher force miraculously intervenes at the
4719181_19901201_000097.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Rick Joyce
Ahh, December. The holiday month ... a time to reunite with friends and family . . . the scribes would like to wish you all a Healthy and Happy Holiday, tra-la-la . . . (Umm, excuse us. We don't know exactly how that
4719181_19901201_000098.xml
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1986
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[no value]
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
Every month or so these poetically written class notes give you the chance I to track the gossip-worthy 'activities of your classmates. But why rely on the printed word for such critical news? Soon you will have an
4719181_19901201_000099.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
The last time we checked in with Mark Vita, he was toiling away in a graduatelevel computer science program. Happily, Mark has earned his master's degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., and has
4719181_19901201_000100.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
The letters keep coming. I can't explain it, but I'm thankful for it. They enable you to do the talking and me to keep my chatter to a minimum.
4719181_19901201_000101.xml
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69,70
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
As we enter the holiday season of loving and giving, shopping and wrapping, profits and losses, I thought I'd add to the consumer blizzard by compiling an '89 gift list. Most of these gifts I'd give; the rest I hope to
4719181_19901201_000102.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1990
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[no value]
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John Aronsohn
Homecoming was very wet this year, but at least several members of the freshman class had a chance to roll around in the mud which was the football field after our team's glorious win against Yale. There were lots of'90s
4719181_19901201_000103.xml
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Article
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Give Rouse
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Samuel D. Magavern '28, named Buffalonian of the Year in honor of his 50-plus years of community service in Buffalo, N.Y.
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Article
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’39 of the Year
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Robert L. Davidson, class news-letter editor, displays the 1939 Man of the Year award given him at the class mini-reunion September 15.
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Article
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They Cook Russian in America
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An oceanographer and his Russian linguist wife engage in a little culinary glasnost.
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Michael Moriarty Reaches Out
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Versatile actor Michael Moriarty '63 has starred on stage, television, and movie screen, but he has never done a series. That changed this fall as he took on the role of prosecutor Ben Stone in NBC's documentary style drama "Law and
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H.K.
An erstwhile lawyer heeds the call of music.
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The Sunset
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In Pursuit of a Karmic World
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Ann Huebner seeks the keys to moral reasoning.
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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, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or in a later one.
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DARTMOUTH UNDYING
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