Issue: 19910201

Friday, February 1, 1991
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Front Cover
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We've Seen It Will It Work?
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LEXUS
LEXUS
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BERRILL FARMS
BERRILL FARMS
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL
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"E. Wheelock"
Campus opinion ranges from pro-war to con-war to pro-let's-get-it-over-with.
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Pompanoosuc Mills
Pompanoosuc Mills
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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GET IN ON THE GOLD
GET IN ON THE GOLD
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2nd Annual Reunion On Skis!
2nd Annual Reunion On Skis!
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8,10,11,40,42,43,44,45,46
Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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On Dropping Out
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SET MET. IT PAYS
SET MET. IT PAYS
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Distinctively Vermont
Distinctively Vermont
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Three Diamond Award
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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12,13
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SYLLABUS
WHEN POETRY SPEAKS
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Professor Cleopatra Mathis
Karen Endicott
Read a poem aloud, and
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Prof's Choice
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• Lucille Clifton, Two-Headed Woman (University of Massachusetts Press, 1980)—Born in 1936, Clifton is one of the unique voices of her generation. Though her comment about herself has been limited to "I am a black woman
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PRESIDENTIAL RANGE
THE PROFESSOR'S LIFE
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James O. Freedman
"Professors are entitled to feel that rapture, to recognize that their teaching will create a ripple of influence that will be felt in the lives of students years after graduation."
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The Dartmouth College Lamp In Hand Cast Bronze
The Dartmouth College Lamp In Hand Cast Bronze
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16,17,18
Cover Story
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Now For The Hard Part
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Jay Heinrichs
IN ITS RECENT PLANNING EFFORT, DARTMOUTH looked in the mirror and liked what it saw. This seems surprising mostly to Dartmouth people, who are notorious for comparing the College unfavorably with its competition. As for the
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The Plan: To Plan More Plans
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Jonathan Douglas '92
THE COLLEGE SHOULD PROCEED through the next 15 years without "substantial changes in its size, character, or identity," says the Planning Steering Committee's report. There will, however, be some mid-course corrections.
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ENGINEERING THE FUTURE
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Jay Heinrichs
The man behind the plan.
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20,21,22,23
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OUR PASSIONATE PREFERENCE
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Joseph D. Mathewson '55
Increased competition should compel Dartmouth to hold fast all the more to its traditions.
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How Big Will We Be In The Year 2000?
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AMONG THE PLANNING REPORT'S RECOMMENDATIONS ARE REALISTIC goals and absolute caps on the growth of specific campus populations. As a group, these numbers show a slight increase in the size of the Dartmouth family.
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24,25,26
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WHO OWNS DARTMOUTH?
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Joe Boldt '32
THE DISCUSSION WAS WARMING UP AT THE alumni forum that gathered in New York last March to consider proposals for revising the method of electing the seven Alumni Trustees of Dartmouth College. On the podium were members of the
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MOVING THE MEDICAL CENTER
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Jonathan Kohl '92
BY THIS TIME NEXT YEAR THERE won't be many doctors strolling around Occom Pond with stethoscopes dangling from their pockets. If all goes according to plan, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center will have moved to the next
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27,28,29
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TALK ABOUT ALUMNI OWNERSHIP!
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IN 1881, PRESIDENT AMUEL BARTLETT,ZALETT FOUND himself in hugely publicized oms dogfight as the Aegs racously illustrated. New York alumni put him on trial, accusing him of stifling debate, among other things. The U.S.
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We asked some students: WHAT ONE THING WOULD YOU CHANGE ABOUT DARTMOUTH?
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"MORE MAIL FROM FRIENDS and less from the College."
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Is Harvard Becoming More Like Dartmouth?
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Test your ability to discriminate!
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The End of The Story
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Dan Nelson '75
When Norman Maclean '24 died, he left a man haunted.
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Z-Man Covers The War
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Robert Eshman '82
AFTER THE 400,000 DEATHS, THE HORROR stories, the ten years of protests and politics, we as a society have reached a point, according to the writer Andrew Holleran, when the only article we want to read about AIDS must begin: "CURE
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THE TENNIS CAMP
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RICHARD BISSELL FINE WOODWORKING
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Harvard or Dartmouth?
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
President Nick Sandoe has been in the hospital but is now home recuperating under the watchful eyes of his wife, Mary. You can be sure he is getting good care. Marylou Grey, widow of Pete, died recently at her home on
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
It was both saddening and uplifting to learn from her family that Laura Carter had passed on peacefully on October 19—as always, "a dear and gallant lady." In 1985, a year after Bill's passing, Laura joined daughter Kit
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1921
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Russell Bailey
S. Furber Haight visited Dartmouth for his 92nd birthday on October 13 and watched the football team beat Yale. The night before he enjoyed the fine Homecoming Parade as he rode with Ort Hicks in the class of 1921 car.
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
As skeptical nonagenarians, Twoters generally cringe at adulation, but occasionally we do relish a few kind words. So, naturally, we cherish the following excerpt from the annual Class of 1922 Scholarship report by
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1923
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Warren A. Cook
John Guppy's classmates will be pleased to learn that he is very much recovered and at home. My report in the October '23 Class Notes that he was at a nursing home in Florida was in error. Fortunately, he reports, he
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Although I have no mail and no news to report I shall tell a boring tale with a happy ending. In November I had a biopsy performed. The doctor pushed sophisticated machinery up what was designed to be a one-way street
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Belated news of one more loss: George R. Cassels Smith died September 21 in Cockeysville, Md., after a brief illness. The obituary appears in this issue.
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
When he was a boy about ten years old, Norm Shellman decided that the girl he would marry was Lucille (Lucy) Cutter, a Wilmette, I11., neighbor. Indeed their marriage in 1936 endured for over SO wonderful years until
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
While I was shuffling through an unusually large pile of leaves on my front lawn last week, my mind went back—for no reason at all and with a touch of nostalgia to that week in early September of 1923 when 591
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1928
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George A. Bell
Our classmates increasingly seem to be on the move. The latest information indicates a growing movement toward retirement homes. Mutt Jennings reports that he now lives in Fox Hill Village, Westwood, Mass., and that
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Frank Weeks's daughter reports his death on November 6 after months of hospital stays. Our short obituaries won't begin to tell his achievements in school and hospital services. His photographs are held by national art
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
An October editorial in the New York Times marked the fiftieth anniversary of the historic date when Nelson Rockefeller, as coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, invited 130 Latin American journalists to visit the
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
The alumni magazine of the Dartmouth Medical School recently carried an extensive obituary of Ollie Hayward which enumerated his achievements not only in his field, epidemiology, but in activities ranging from his
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
Let's begin by sharing part of a letter from Nancy Luebbert '78: "Like scores of the sons and daughters of Dartmouth, I met Ben Drew on one of the Ledyard Canoe Club's voyages to the sea. Ben exemplified all that was
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1933
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Hon. John S. Monagan
It's a long way from a job as a $15.00 per week book salesman in Boston to the status of Rutgers professor of American studies emeritus, but that is the course Walter Bezanson had traversed prior to his retirement in
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
During a recent seminar I was freshly reminded that New Hampshire, on June 21,1788, was the ninth state to ratify the Constitution, providing the required number to give birth to our United States of America.
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1935
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William H. Mathers
The response to your secretary's plea for news has been most satisfactory, although not overwhelming. Please keep the pipeline as full as possible. Having made complete fools of themselves, the members of Congress and
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
What a way to wind up 1936 participation in 1990: some threescore-plus classmates, widows, and associates gathered in Hanover October 26-27. The seams of the DOC House bulged under the strain of our Class Awards dinner
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1937
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Carl Erdman
Sam Dillon, our graduate student at the London School of Economics, joined the "Romance on the Seine" trip and wrote the journal of that 1937 class trip September 21 to October 2, 1990. Excerpts follow, while the
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
NICE TOUCH. A kinder, gentler spin to a class news item was provided by Dick Holt. In addition to sending along a clipping from The New York Times reporting the recent appointment of the former president and CEO of
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
A note from Archie Mallon says that he had a successful knee replacement in June and gets around much better now. He didn't miss a Big Green football game this fall, whether home or away, at least through the Columbia
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1940
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Chet Berry
During our recent mini-reunion it was decided that the next one would be September 28, when there will be a football game with Bucknell. Bucknell. Of the first three games in 1991, that is the only one in Hanover. Save
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1941
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Monk Larson
If the annual fall reunion is a mini, the 4-5-6 year June job must be a maxi, and that means our 50th during commencement weekend June 79 can be classified as nothing short of stupendous. No wonder almost 200 good and
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1942
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Proc Page
February 1941. Joan Walter, Dick Hempstead's date, is Carnival Queen. Ted Lapres stars in the nets versus Yale in carnival hockey. It's the season when 1942 begins to take over the reins. The Jacko picks Matt Rapf as
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
We have just finished one of the best mini-reunions of all times. We had a great turnout, and Bob and Pauline Field are to be congratulated for making all the arrangements. Also thanks to the Hanover-area ladies for
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Our New Year's resolution was to get more "new" names in this space, and so, onward and upward.
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1945
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John E. Leggat
1991 marks the 50th anniversary of our matriculation at Dartmouth, and you have a chance to celebrate the event by appearing at '45's 45th Reunion June 10-13. Bob Paulson has the first mailing in our hands with a
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
With 1991 a reality we now have to begin serious thinking about our 45th Reunion, June 10-13. Joining us will be '45 and "47 with several joint programs planned, including a symposium on environmental concerns and a
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1947
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Ham Chase
Reunions are wonderful times! Our class manages to have a small but friendly reunion each fall. At this writing, our family is looking towards a Thanksgiving reunion a few days hence. Some will cook, some will play
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
Great to talk with '48 vice president John Hatheway, now a resident of Hanover after his long career with Young & Rubican. John has also worked hard for Dartmouth in many capacities since graduation. He recently was
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
It was warmer than usual, but at game time during the mini-reunion it was wetter than many a year. In spite of penalties and fumbles our team did well against Yale and made the afternoon in the stadium all worth the
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1950
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James G. Birney
Bill Pulley writes, "We recently saw Joann and Gordon Hood. Their youngest daughter, Denise, was married in Fort Mitchell, and we attended the wedding. It was a beautiful wedding with many guests (probably postponing
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1951
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Bill Boynton
The expression "dead of winter" usually applies well to the month of February, which is probably why the College has its Winter Carnival then; it is also why our class likes to have one of our three annual mini-reunions
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1952
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Dwight Ketcham
The mini-reunion over the weekend of October 12 brought 35 classmates and guests back to Hanover to enjoy a clear Friday night for the parade and bonfire, a soggy but victorious Saturday afternoon for the football team,
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1953
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Fred Carleton
Legacy of Leadership has been demonstrated in yet another field. Our Dr. Peter Patterson, proceeding only after careful assessment of the stress factor involved, reports the birth of a son in early November. That
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
One of the highlights of Homecoming Weekend in October, if not the highlight from a class point of view, was the awarding of 1954 Class Awards to Fred Alpert, Dick Barker, Jay Chandler, and Dave Levine.
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1955
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Dick Blodsrett
The October Homecoming Weekend was the scene of the 1955 fall mini-reunion and Class Executive Committee meeting. Those attending included Alexander, Ambrose, Batchelder, Bergman, Blodgett, Brady, Bronk, Buhler, Chase,
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1956
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Norm Olsen
I am delighted to report that Samuel P. Hull Jr. has appeared out of the dim mists into which he vanished about a decade ago. Sam is president of Pinetree Partners Ltd., engineering consultants in power and energy,
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Adam Block
After 25 years at Columbia University's business school, John Farley moved to Penn's Wharton School, where he has just become director of the Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies. The chairman of
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Pete Kelsey
The baton has been passed on. After long years working on this column, Skip Louis retired as our class secretary this past spring. Having just inherited from my son Preston '90 his Macintosh computer, I succumbed to
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
In our ever-expanding pursuit of class news, Phoebe and I traveled to Denver, Colo., in the late fall to check up on '59 Regional Chairman Jim Swanson and his wife, Sue, and to tap their knowledge of our western
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CLASS NOTES
1960
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Morton Kondracke
Denny Goodman's retirement from the State Department and the controversy raging about U.S. policy in the Gulf inspired me to contact as many of the foreign affairs professionals in our class as I could. (See the
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CLASS NOTES
1961
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Robert Conn
Greetings. We had planned to bring you a report of our executive committee meeting over Thanksgiving weekend at Dave Prewitt's office in Philadelphia, but the Magazine changed the deadline from December to November 15.
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
It seems strange to be writing about October events in November for publication in February—but, hey, that's what I'm being paid to do. Dartmouth's Homecoming Weekend October 12-14 was notable on several accounts: Tom
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CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry Zlokower
These are hard economic times. But let's not lose faith, those of us who have been the most impacted, particularly the self-employed. Show the grit that got you through the cold winters in years past and stay in touch
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CLASS NOTES
1964
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Hal Rabner
Our classmate Werner Kuhn died on September 23, 1990, in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS. Although the obituary column will no doubt address the specific personal aspects of his death, Werner's life and death
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Allan Anderson
From The Dartmouth and Rich Daly's clipping we learn that Dick Birnie has been named to the position of associate dean of graduate programs at Dartmouth. James Wright, dean of the faculty of arts and sciences,
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
News from the career front this month is that Sam Ostrow has been named President of the Rowland U.S. public affairs division of Saatchi and Saatchi. It's nice to know that Sam has something to keep him busy when he
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
First things first, guys. Ed Heald has volunteered to be our 25th Reunion chair. Hooray! Ed will begin working immediately with the College and with classmates on advance planning. Joe Grasso has agreed to take on the
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
In spite of rather nasty weather, the Yale game gettogether was a wonderful success. For the first time in recent memory, we actually had a class meeting. The conservatives Jim "Gardner, Tom Parks, Bill Stableford, and
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CLASS NOTES
1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
Recently enjoyed a steady diminishing of the equity value in your home? Then you'll be hard pressed to believe that real estate is alive and well in Arizona, of all places. Phoenix may have been a trendsetter for our
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news is word that Mickey Stuart is living in Dallas with his wife, Kitty, a Julliard actress, and two-year-old daughter Kitty. Mickey writes, "I import wine from France (thank you, John Rassias!) and
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
Thad King dutifully reported in after the Yale game to let me know that I had missed lots of rain and commiserating about how old everyone felt (prompted by the black balloon Bob Barr was sporting in honor of his
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
A big night when you live in a little town like Barnesville is a trip over to Forsyth, Ga., to the Left Banque Cafe for the blue plate special and some local beer, and then a trip to the movie house for a show that was
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
As I write this column November's elections are just a few days behind us, and Mr. Bush is in the deep doo-doo he has referred to in the past—and in this humble reporter's opinion, it is his own doo-doing.
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
Please be sure to send in your class dues, and write some news of yourself and others on the back. I received some news from last year's dues slips. Though it may be a bit old by now, it is news... something I long for,
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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A1 Henning and Carol Muller
One of us too occasionally swims in the Karl Michael Pool, and being there brings back (gulp) 15-year-old memories of "boogie-ing" to Elton John's "Good-bye Yellowbrick Road" and Beach Boys tunes while lifeguarding. The
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Manhattan! As I near the end of my three-month assignment in Manhattan, I can report on my efforts to track down our classmates in the Big Apple. The easiest person to find was Ron King, who was working on
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
Another class author is about to be published. Brent Betit has written a short story, "Eye of the storm," which will appear in the January/February issue of Vermont Magazine. Until recently Brent has been concentrating
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Dan Zenkel
The New York Times touted it as a race to watch. John MacGovern, a Massachusetts state senator, in his first run for congressional office, was seeking to unseat three-term Democratic Congressman Chester Atkins. John
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
Julie Wallin Kaewert writes that she and Bill '79 were disappointed to miss everyone at reunions. They had just settled in their dorm on Thursday night before reunions when it became apparent that baby Kaewert was not
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Introducing this month's guest columnist, Tee Lotson.
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Thanksgiving's just ended and all I can fit into now are spandex clothes. You know, the material that stretches into infinity. My mother told me over dinner that I looked like the cartoon character that keeps saying
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
Those in need of a good litigator in Boston will be happy to learn that Goodwin, Procter and Hoar has invested heavily in class of 1984 lawyers with the acquisition of Mark Tully, Dave Veator, and J.B. Daukas, all of
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Mark Stern
In the spirit of the New Year, we're dispensing with our pithy, but kind of stupid, little headlines and have vowed to no longer write about doctors, lawyers, marriages, or births... Only fresh new stories with
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard C. Hayes
Fine, Suzanne: forget about your past, sever your links with Dartmouth, pretend that you are not a member of the glorious class of 1986. Apparently you don't think it is good enough to be Suzanne Brennan '86, so now you
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
The Letter of the Month this time comes from the president of the first-year class at NYU's Stern School of Business, Ed Boyle. Ed seems to be able to juggle his classes, presidential duties, and extensive social
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
You weren't hallucinating back in November. You weren't flashing back to a blank Mac screen the night before a report was due. There were no class notes in November, pure and simple. When I got the November issue I
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
Does the mistletoe still dangle from your doorway? Did the dreidel spin its way under the fridge and never come out? Holiday stragIdlers, fear no more. Even if you're not quite sure what year it is, you too can still
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CLASS NOTES
1990
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John Aronsohn
This column is brought to you by the nine '9os who wrote in this month. Eric Fanning wrote in early October from the boat he is traveling on with Peter VanAlstine, Scott Putnam, and Tom Kean. Despite the fact that some "pesky
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Article
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Happy Ort Days
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The 90th birthday of Orton Hicks '21 on November 6 did not pass unnoticed in Hanover. Dartmouth's senior statesman and alumni role model was at the center of several heavily attended celebrations hosted by his family, the
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Article
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Give a Rouse
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William E. Tucker Jr. '39, appointed to the board of trustees of the Littleton, New Hampshire, Regional Hospital
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Article
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Ken Andler's Mew Hampshire
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The '26 writer's book features maple leaves and memories.
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Club Awards
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The following clubs and club officers were honored during Club Officers Weekend in Hanover in November:
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Article
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The Cleanest Room in Hanover
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H.K.
How many class secretaries does it take to get a place really spotless?
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Article
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'60s on Saddam
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Alumni foreign affairs experts share their views.
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Next To This Contest, Dog-Sledding Is A Breeze
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Heather Killebrew '89
How Tim Kelky '79 and a partner skied the Alaskan Iditarod in a first-of-its-kind race.
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Catch a Rising Star
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Sharon Washington '81 starred opposite Denzel Washington (no relation) in the New York Shakespeare Festival's production of Richard III in Central Park in August. A veteran of several Shakespeare plays and the soap opera "Guiding
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Deaths
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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