Issue: 19910401

Monday, April 1, 1991
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Why The Lecture Is Far From Dead
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PEUGEOT Beyond the obviousSM
PEUGEOT Beyond the obviousSM
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DARTMOUTH IN CHAIRS 1991
DARTMOUTH IN CHAIRS 1991
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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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
Dartmouth wins for its professors a pride of new faculty chairs.
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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THE GALLERIA
THE GALLERIA
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The Greens
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Want to Own a B & B? Here's Your Chance!
Want to Own a B & B? Here's Your Chance!
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
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Owning Up
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PORSCHE®
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The Sunset
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The Quechee Inn at Marskland Farm
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IN YOUR LEAGUE
IN YOUR LEAGUE
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PRESIDENTIAL RANGE
A ROBUST INTELLECTUAL
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James O. Freedman
"More than any other person at least since the Second World War, John Sloan Dickey embodied Dartmouth's institutional purpose, its culture, its history, its spirit."
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SYLLABUS
DARTMOUTH AND THE BIBLE
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Professor Shalom Goldman
In the beginning, Hebrew was standard college fare.
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Prof's Choice
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• Samuel Colcord Bartlett, Front Egypt to Palestine through Sinai the Wilderness and the South Country (Harper and Brothers, 1879)—A charming tour of the "Holy Land" in which Dartmouth's President Bartlett uses the Bible as
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Cover Story
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Teachers in the Grand Manner
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DEBORAH SCHUPACK '84
IS THE LECTURE DEAD? LISTEN TO THESE PROFESSORS. PAINTINGS
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STEVE KELLEY IN TWO ACTS
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ROBERT ESHMAN '82
A DARTMOUTH REVIEW FOUNDER DOES STANDUP COMEDY NO KIDDING.
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Disengagement
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John Sloan Dickey '29
No ONE can share another's growth without having a part of himself irretrievably caught up in that other life. This is the law of the family, and so, too, is it the law of education. It is the price of love the good
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COULD I GET IN TODAY?
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Admissions expert Howard Greene '59 gives the current odds of making
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HE WROTE THE BOOK ON COLLEGE ADMISSIONS
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Lee Michaelides
Howard greene '59 has made a career of getting into college. The former history major, who also holds master's degrees from New York University and Harvard, earns his living advising parents and students on
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The Dartmouth College
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Her Friend the Dalai Lama
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Peter Bien
"Twentieth-century literature responds to a crisis in meaning." Elaborate in 500 words or less.
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A Scholar of English, Greek, and Peace
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Jonathan Douglas '92
English Professor Peter Bien finds comfort in students such as Ann-Forbes whose lifestyles help them seek answers to moral and spiritual dilemmas. He feels that too few students resist predictable careers, which
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A Recent Interview with Ernest Martin Hopkins' 01
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Recently, to mark the 75th anniversary of Ernest Martin Hopkins's joining the Wheelock Succession in 1916, the editors of this magazine decided to put some questions to the former president of the College, the man who became
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
In the recent book The Autobiography of Theodore M. Hesburgh the author tells that one of the first things he did on taking over the presidency of Notre Dame was "to bring in Professor Jerome Kerwin, a fine Catholic
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
Hope Frey, off to winter in the Southwest, forwarded notes sent to her along with class dues. I'm sorry limited space permits only excerpts: A cheerful "update" from Warren O. Turner states that despite lost eyesight
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1921
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Russell Bailey
In my March notes I should have added that the management solved its milk problem by keeping a cow all summer at the old Moosilauke Inn. Ralph Pendleton wrote that he had his second lower leg removed due to serious
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
With no mention of skiing, skating, or scuba diving, varied reports have arrived, via notes, telephone calls, and hearsay, about many Twoters: Ray and Doris Atwood, Dorothy Ball, Dick Beyer, Haskell and Harriet Colin,
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1923
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Warren A. Cook
Mark Whitman reports on over 60 happy married years with Marie. They spent the past year at a well-equipped and staffed retirement home where he gets excellent care. Charles Zimmerman continues to function ably as head
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1924
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Edward Winsor
The sympathy of the class is extended to Class Agent Dana Haskin on the death of his lovely wife Marguerite on November 19. The regulars will all miss her at Class Officers' Weekends, reunions, and other occasions.
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1925
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
More losses to report: George Dudley Green died December 7 in Denver, Colo. Also, Theodora Tower, widow of Walter "Tippy" Tower, December 28 in Newton, Mass. She was survived by four children, ten grandchildren and five
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Art Smith has a good reason for asking his wife, {Catherine, to write a thank-you note upon receiving a wintry 1926 birthday greeting—he broke his right wrist when he fell December 6 on an icy Milwaukee sidewalk. This
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Exactly 75 years ago this month Bill Chapman found himself seated behind a desk in a fourth grade elementary school in Mt. Vernon, N.Y., and seated across from him was none other than Kern Folkers. Thus began a long
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1928
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George A. Bell
Our new president, Mutt Jennings, has completed the appointment of committee members to assist Reunion Chairman Jerry Sass in planning for our 65th. They are Ken Graff, Larry Kenney, Jack Zellers, Lane Dwinell, Red
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
As this April deadline nears we hear our beloved John Dickey has at last found peace. How it both humbles and uplifts us all/To count as friend a man who stands so tall.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
My deadline for February was November 15, and March was a column of reminiscences, so this is my first opportunity to say thanks for all your holiday greetings. Rosemary Casler's included three good color prints taken by
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Long letters from Charlie Dwyer resulted from my paragraph in the Winter issue class notes on the 1927 freshman football game against Princeton. Charlie corrected first downs to 18 or 20 for us and three for the
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
We retirees all have our hobbies, and to each his own say I, but it's refreshing to hear about some of the more unusual ones. Don Allen: "For several years now I have been attempting to computerize the seventh edition of
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1933
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John S. Monagan
A recent chat with our fellow backstroker of old, Dr. Fred Helmholz, reveals that he is taking things relatively easy in Rochester, Minn., where he is recovering well from prostate surgery. His graphic metaphor for
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Holiday greetings provide us an opportunity to update the old friends. It was quite an assembly job for the Bill Daniells to get 24 people for their card. They are coming close to the Engelmans who had 29 individuals
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1935
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William H. Mathers
To follow up on the nostalgic theme, the best description about how much has changed since our time in college was written by Nardi Campion and reproduced in the April 1985 edition of the Tear Bag. If you would like a
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
I expect this issue will reach you early in April 1991, so that you still will have plenty of time to make it up to Hanover for the spring Class Executive Committee Meeting on Class Officer's Weekend, April 26-28. Space
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
The selection of Stephen P. Brown '91 as a Rhodes Scholar was good news to Stephen, Dartmouth, and our class, which funded him as a student intern to assist the College Archives in completing the processing of papers of
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
HOME BODY. Intelligence about that eminent barrister of Babylon (N.Y.), Fred Becker, reveals that he has lived in the same house since 1920. How's that for resisting change! Beck notes that, in contrast, King Van
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
It is my sad duty to report the passing of three of our number since my last. Bill Vaughan died on Novem- ber 11, Dr. John Fitzpatrick on December 21, and Dick Falck way back on March 20 of last year. We are indebted to
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1940
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Chet Berry
Birthday greetings to Lew Chipman with a Cape Cod postmark stimulated his memory of the days when he taught swimming and life-saving here at Camp Monomoy-Wono. That camp is still in operation, while most of the rest,
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1941
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Monk Larson
Enough already with the nostalgia; let's get back to reality. It's April and the flag is flying: a mere 60 days or so until The Big Pow-wow. Will you be there with your feathers flying, marching to the beat of the
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1942
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Proc Page
There was a lot of news this month in 1941. But not much fifty years later. A nice exchange of letters with Bate Ewart had the two of us looking at the same video of the Teton Valley Ranch Camp in Wyoming; operated by
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
Now, let's hear it from the B's! First response was from Glenn Behringer, who enclosed a very attractive family picture taken at his retirement party from Mass. General Hospital. Glenn and Joan plan to move to Florida
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
My personal flag has been at half mast since February, when former president John Dickey died. He was a giant at the College and left a positive, indelible mark on the place. The New Year's resolution is still in force:
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1945
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John E. Leggat
There are only two months until reunion and you have all seen the '45 Mail-Call which lists the names of most of those signed up. For the record, the Leggats will be there and we hope that many of you will add your names
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
H. Hamilton Chase
I trust by the time this is in print most of you will have returned your reunion cards and deposits for our big John and Edie McClintock and their committee have worked hard to make this one a super time for all, so
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1948
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F. R. Drury Jr.
It is now April in Hanover. Remember? The snow is gone (maybe), and Softball may once again be on the diamond at the senior fence. Which recalls one of the most genuinely well-liked citizens of the Hanover plain in our
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
Leigh and I were just about settled in our new residence in Sarasota one night when a mini tornado hit our house and five of our neighbors. It flattened our pool cages and did some minor roof damage. What a way to get
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1950
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Jim Birney
The headline in the January 2 New York Times read, "At Peak of Career, Congressman is Leaving Job, Citing Weariness." The congressman is Bill Frenzel, called "the father of the Federal Election Commission" for his
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1951
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Bill Boynton
With just two months to go before our grand 40th Reunion, we are closing in on Jack Sutton's attendance goal of 190 classmates returning. As Al Mori and Joe Boissy, as well as Batch, through his great newsletters, have
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1952
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Dwight Ketcham
By now all alumni should have received an issue or two of Dartmouth Life, a new college publication designed to cover a variety of areas of campus life with both news and issues of immediate interest. This new forum
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1953
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Fred Carleton
The '53 Winter Carnival weekend in Hanover was a great success. Chuck and Donna Reilly, Elsa Luker, Ron Lazar, Bill and Betsy Chamberlin. Put and Marian Blodgett, John and Barbara Kennedy, Dick Dunham, Jim and
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
As a class, we are saddened by the passing of John Sloan Dickey in February. We have fond memories of his leadership during our all-too-brief stay in Hanover, and I doubt that any of us will forget his inspiring words
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1955
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Dick Blodsrett
Several weeks ago I had a long overdue telephone conversation with Tom Carlsen at his home in upstate New York. Tom has been with the School of Social Work at Syracuse University since 1965, serving both as a
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1956
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Norm Olsen
Peter "Cube" Conroy Jr. sends a reminder that next October's gathering in Hanover will feature the Cornell game. According to Cube's report, the FCF XIII festivities in New York on Super Bowl weekend were a great
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
For you trivia buffs who have been eagerly waiting for the name of the settlement that used to be just across the Ledyard Bridge in Vermont, it was . . . Lewiston. For those of you who knew it, I look forward to your
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
By the time you read this your class officers will have met in Hanover and following that gathering, I plan to provide you with various updates on people and future class programs. In the meantime, the mail has been
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
There was nowhere near enough room in last month's column for all the nostalgia that classmates recalled. Here's more. Bruce Hasenkamp (now director of the St. Francis Foundation in San Francisco) has such fond memories
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1961
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Robert Conn
Harry Ames sends along a major article on Matt Friedman in the Vermont Standard (Woodstock, Vt.). The article reports that Matt, a psychiatrist at the V.A. Hospital and a professor on the Dartmouth Medical School
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
The news of the class this spring includes tires, nuclear energy, an Ark of the Covenant, television productions, and financial accounting . . . but not necessarily in that order.
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
SMALL TOWN BOY MAKES GOOD! He kept his nose to the grindstone from Ashland, Mass., to Hanover to Tuck to Madison Avenue with time out for motorcycling and moun tain climbing, as well as travel, skiing, and beach
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1964
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Hal Rabner
I received a note from Dale F. Eichelman, Ralph and Richard Lazarus Professor of Anthropology and Human Relations at Darttelephone call to Dale, I found that he has defied a number of commonly held misbeliefs. One is
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1966
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Allan Anderson
The Presidents' Day weekend featured a tour of the U.S.S. Abrahatn Lincoln (appropriate enough for the holiday) for the San Francisco Dartmouth Club, hosted by William Hayden. Bill ("T-ball" to his navy friends) and
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1967
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Jim Van Amberg
My mail this month brought an announcement that will interest those of you who first discovered James Joyce with Peter Bien in Comp. Lit. 24. Bob Bill has just published a new book, Jocoserious Joyce: The Fateof Folly in
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Libby, Mont., native, Larry Griffith, moves up at Owens-Illinois Inc. A news release out of Toledo in December announced that Larry, a magna cum laude graduate of Dartmouth and holder of a bachelor of engineering degree
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
For some reason, I seem always to wait until the last minute to write this column, which means I am always rushed. That is not a great problem, however, since I receive so little mail from all of you and do not have to
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
In this month's Mailbag is word that Steve Goldstein, together with his wife and two daughters, is alive and well, working in his own law firm, and living in Hopkinton, Mass. He wants to know whatever happened to RussDeyo!
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Joe Davis
I want to bypass much of the usual news to cover several items of class business in this month's column. The Reunion Committee, including Chairman Young Dawkins, Shel Prentice, Dave Mechlin, David Bellows, Lauren
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
Every morning Warren Jurovaty looks out a window and down from the hills of Westwood to choose between traffic on Route 128 a short incremental walk from Back Bay Station on his way to John Hancock Properties Inc. at
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
This spring at Mercer Law School, in addition to my duties as assistant dean, I plan to co-teach a course called "White Collar Crime." Of course, we in the criminal defense profession know that white collar crime is
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
IT'S A BOY! Yessiree, classmates and friends, Frederick Andrew Winchell '07 was bom February 19, 1991—all 8 pounds, 11 ounces of him. Andrew is one of a long line of FA. Winchells going back to my great-grandfather. Lou
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Martha Hennessey
My strong hope is that the war in the Gulf will be over by the time this goes to print. I have only received news of one of our classmates who is in Saudi Arabia, but I imagine there are others. Major Edward S. Hemphill has
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Al Henning and Carol Muller
Well, hello again. Even with two of us to divide and conquer the column, a hiatus was unavoidable. Feels like we never left, though. Separate business trips to California for each of us during the winter months left us
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
While affecting us all, the Persian Gulf crisis has had a direct impact on at least one member of our class. Lieutenant Commander Gerry Cox has been deployed to Saudi Arabia after having completed in July his
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Most excellent news from L.A. Stacy Phillips has opened a law office on Century Park East. Stacy's practice is in family law, and, from what I hear, her first client is none other than Arnie Becker. Once Arnie finally
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
And now, as promised last month, here's an update from Keith Hampton on wives, family friends and strangers. Keith on him self: "As we live in Telluride, Colo., I spend alot of time pursuing outdoor activities including
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M.Johnson
Recession? What recession? Reed Webster says, "Thank you all very much. I will take that job offer from Morgan Stanley." Reed's going to be working with Morgan's high net-worth clients (read: not me), as soon as he takes
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad Hutensky
Blessed with a full mail bag this month, I will dispense with the usual intro and move right to the news. Martha Lamarre wrote to fill me in on the recent tenth year reunion of the Longmeadow (Mass.) High School class of
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Mark Stern
"April showers bring May flowers." Or so they say. Of course in L.A., land of the continuous drought, this tends not to be the case. But enough spring fever, we've got a lot of ground to cover ...
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Howard R. Hayes Jr.
With reunion only a few months away, it is time to update your mental data files. Read the following information into active memory: Don't be surprised if some Sunday morning you hear Casey Casern give a sappy
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
Every once in a while, we class secretaries get a remarkable letter, a letter so rife with mystery and adventure that it practically begs to be included in the next column. Since I don't have any letters like that,
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
When an envelope arrives on my desk that says "Open and Be Saved," I'm usually a bit skeptical. After all, its probably some right-wing religious group out to relieve me of the burden of my sins. In this case, though, it
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
As mud season hits the Hanover plain, flood season has hit my mailbox and Dart News showers the postal pile. Spring has sprung a secretary's dream! A fresh new face emerges from the mail storm. Kim Kendrix gaye birth to
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CLASS NOTES
1990
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John Aronsohn
And now for something completely identical ... to what I'm supposed to do in every issue: more '90 news! Via the Vatican Post Office comes Jeanhee Kim, who writes that during her internship with the Associated Press in
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Article
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Give a Rouse
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William B. Heroy Jr. '37, recipient of the Geological Society of America's Distinguished Service Award
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Correction
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Correction
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Michael A. Choukas '77 has been turned executive vice president of Dun & Bradstreet Software Services, Framingham, Mass., not Dun & Bradstreet Corp., New York, as reported in the March "Give a Rouse" column. We
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Article
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Gall Him "Danny" and He's Yours
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John R. Scotford Jr. '38
How the common cold brought John Scotford '38 love in Webster Hall.
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A Magical Brotherhood
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Back in December Michael Ellis '39 and his wife, Betty Lou, conjured up a little Christmas magic. The "IBM" medallion Mike wears has nothing to do with computers—he is president this year of the International Brotherhood of
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Executive Support
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Fred Carleton '53
Jay Davis '54 helps ease the transition for unemployed professionals.
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George Washington on Trial
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Heather Killebrew '89
Was leading the Continental Army an act of treason? Two alumni say Washington was just doing his job.
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Model Student
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Carrie Luft '89
An '89 works to keep young Hispanic students in school.
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Obituary
Death
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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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CLASSIFIEDS
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