Issue: 19910601

Saturday, June 1, 1991
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Speaking Volumes
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1991 Dartmouth Football
1991 Dartmouth Football
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1991 DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL TICKET APPLICATION
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The Big Dress Shirt
The Big Dress Shirt
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SUMMER 1991 VOL. 83 NO. 9
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Let the Patient Pay
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Galleria
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OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN
OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN
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DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL
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"E. Wheelock"
While off-campus banks proliferate, on-campus kegs take a dive.
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IN YOUR LEAGUE
IN YOUR LEAGUE
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On The Hill
It's a Rip-Off!
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We at the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine argue with ourselves constantly. As an outlet for our schizo-phrenia, we introduce herewith an occasional editorial debate, no holds barred, with-well, with ourselves.
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On The Hill
No It's Not.
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Boy, with those kinds of baseless charges and twisting of facts we're off to a roaring start with this column.
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On The Hill
The Class of '91 By the Numbers
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Total tuition money spent to educate the class: $98,418,600.
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On The Hill
Where did the Term "Politically Correct" Come From?
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Professor Carla Freccero:
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On The Hill
Science Faction
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For a decade the College has averaged a little better than four National Science Foundation recipients per year. In 1991 there was a three-fold increase to 13 awardees.
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On The Hill
On the Tour
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Dartmouth's 1991 women's golf team was undefeated in 16 matches. The men's team was second among the Ivies. We have no information on whether or not they teed off against each other.
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On The Hill
Favorite sun
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English professor and writer Noel Perrin has become the first Vermonter with a home solar heating system to sell excess power to a public utility. Now he has ordered an electric car for his commute to Hanover.
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On The Hill
Trash master
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In the environmental Protection Agency's awards program for best recycling effort in academia, Dartmouth was tops in New England and second (to the University of Wisconsin) nationwide.
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On The Hill
Uncowed
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The college's dining Services has taken the top prize in the American Dairy Association's Dairy Days competition, winning with promotions and menus in Thayer Hall.
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On The Hill
It's an Honor
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Former surgeon General C. Everett Koop '37 has received 22 honorary degrees so far eight in the past three years, including Dartmouth's.
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On The Hill
The Search Goes on
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Mary hitchcock Memorial Hospital physician C. Fordham von Reyn '67 has won a $1.5 million grant to study AIDS bacterial infections.
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On The Hill
DAM Good News
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The Dartmouth Alumni Magazine won the 1991 Sibley Magazine of the Year Award, a national competition sponsored and judged by Newsweek, as the best periodical in education.
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On The Hill
Unasked Questions
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Prof Note
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On The Hill
A Place for Us
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Oral Exchange
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On The Hill
Has the College's Image Improved in the Past Year?
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Spot Poll— We Called 30 Alumni And Asked Them: Fourteen out of 30 alumni called by the magazine at random in late June said the College's image improved over the past year. Nine said it had gotten worse, while seven said that the image has remained unchanged. Some comments:
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PRESIDENTIAL RANGE
ORIGINALS AND COPIES
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James O. Freedman
"In a single ringing sentence, Justice Black reproached and redeemedhispast.
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Jas. Becker
Jas. Becker
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SYLLABUS
COMPUTING AND THE RING OF INVISIBILITY
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Professor James Moor
Karen Endicott
A philosopher explains why we shouldn't trust computers.
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SYLLABUS
Prof's Choice
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• Isaac Asimov, I, Robot (Fawcett, 1950) The book is unfortunately out of print, but its contents have been reprinted within other collections by Asimov. In this classic set of science fiction stories, robots cause trouble
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The Higher-Ed Book Biz
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Robert Sullivan '75
WAH HOO WAH!
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Beyond Black And White
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Timothy J. Burger '88
Last April, one of academia's most severe critics turned all of 30. It was the twelfth consecutive birthday the Bombay native had spent away from his family in India. But Dinesh D'Souza '83 hardly had the time or patience for the
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BUG SLAYER
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Nancy Freiberg
Reginald Colley '09 tried to find a disease that would kill a major forest pest. eighty years later, his experiment succeeded.
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Illiberal Education
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The Sunset
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1919
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Edward E. Martin
Recently I talked to Kitty Larmon. She was planning to move into her new condominium on July 1. Kitty attended the funeral services for John McCriUis and reported there was a big turnout.
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1920
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Nancy Holbrook
After an unseasonably hot month of May, June brought Hanover perfect Commencement and reunion weather. Those of us who were fortunate enough to attend our 70th Reunion a year ago share happy memories of that time it
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1921
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Orton Hicks
The class of 1921 returned to Dartmouth for its 70th reunion with seven members present and thereby tied with die class of 1919, which set the record for the most members back for their 70th in 1989. Those who came:
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1922
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Len Morrissey
Seventy classes, 1921 to 1991, had representatives at Class Officers Weekend, April 26-27, in Hanover. As an impressive example of Dartmouth loyalty, more than 350 delegates left home, profession or business to attend.
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1923
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Warren A. Cook
Henry J. Perkins continues to "Alpine (downhill, that is) ski when snow and weather conditions permit," according to a note from fel low Waitsfield, Vt., inhabitant H. Sewell Williams, who was also a fellow member
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Roily Taylor reports that he's just been put through the same sadistic procedure which I reported in this column some months ago. He tries to top me, however, by adding the fact that his doctor's name was Speer. I guess
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Exciting news from Haven Blake: "I married a fine man (bride for the third time!), Bill Groening, on January 26 a widower who lived in my complex, retired VP and General Counsel for Dow Chemical. My sons and two
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Our 65th Reunion was attended by 23 men and 20 wives, children, relatives, and companions, making 43 of us to enjoy perfect Hanover weather. At our Friday night reception and dinner Nancy Elliott '43A, Mike McGean '49,
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1927
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Erwin B. Paddock
Of the 400-plus officers of the 69 graduated classes that attended the annual C.O.W (Class Officers Weekend) in Hanover April 27-28,1927 was well-represented by six officers and four ladies. They were: President Roger
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1928
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George A. Bell
Class President Mutt Jennings called a meeting of the 1928 Executive Committee at Class Officers Weekend in Hanover on April 27 to plan for the 65 th Reunion. Jerry Sass and Curly Prosser are co-chairmen of the reunion
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
'29s oldest classmate, Dmitry Shiraeff, repaid Dartmouth for his three years on full scholarship with a bequest of $850,000 for scholarships for undergraduate chemistry students. He fled the Russian Revolution and
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
On the heels of the Fayes' generous gift comes news that Marge Chase has donated her home in Etna to the Medical School. Her eight-room house on eight acres, plus six acres of forest, is valued at $410,000. Many of us
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Over the years we've had little news from Lloyd Bowen, but last March I received a most informative letter about his activities from his widow, Jo. After Dartmouth he was with the Archer Rubber Company of Milford, Mass.,
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
Time to start planning, gang. That big 60th is less than a year away. Sid Alexander has the right spirit: "With the good Lord willing, and if the creek doesn't rise, Grace and I plan to be there." Sid also expresses
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Gerry Krosnick, one-time flight surgeon, continues active practice of gynecology in New Haven, but he no longer operates. He still plays tennis, and he and his wife, Helen, make the most of the amenities afforded by
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
By now Bill Scherman will have done his remarkable job of typing in his newsletter our annual listing of address changes. You then update your '34 Directory. These were based on College records at the end of April.
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1935
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William H. Mathers
It has been quite an exciting year in all respects. The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series, the New York Giants knocked off the 49ers in the Super Bowl, and a foreigner won the Masters for the third time in a row. We
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1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
If there were any regrets in the minds of the 155 classmates and associates who attended our 55th June 10-12, it would have been due to the fact that an additional 155 were unable to join the gathering. Geography and
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
T.V. weather forecasters give viewers a short-range forecast and also a long-range forecast. Our short-range forecast tells us that our minireunion September 27-28, 1991, will feature a panel of several Dartmouth
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
YES, SIR, COLONEL! Oops, make that "Yes, Ma'am, Colonel!" Bill and Doris McNeil visited Ft. Meade to greet their daughter, a colonel in a medical regiment, safely returned from Saudi Arabia. Operation Desert Joy!
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Since our last column in May we have lost four men. Harry Kersey died on January 12. Sherm Brown passed away on February 8. On March 1, George Jacob died of pneumonia. And Charlie Stark, remembered best from college
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1940
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Chet Berry
In our college days the number of international students was virtually nil (if you neglect a few Canadians). However, one of, our most Solorful Solorful classmates was Hans-Joachim Heinz, a German citizen though his
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1941
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Monk Larson
It was in the works for a long time, but how quickly our 50th Reunion seems to have come and gone. At least that's my feeling, and I'll bet it's shared by most of those who made the scene, 193 classmates, 140 other mates
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1942
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Proc Page
The summer of 1941. Fifty years ago. Our last summer before Senior Year and tie Wide, Wide World. I recall, without benefit of newspapers of that era, the two big events of the summer: Hitler's turning on Russia in June
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1943
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R. Binney Tower
Walt Daggett checks in with a fine letter to bring us up to date. Walt retired from his Pepsi franchise about ten years ago. His area included most of the Northwest, Alaska and Hawaii. He and his wife Marjorie
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Back in town: Harry and Ginny Grieger, who have yo-yoed back and forth between Norwich, Vt., and Florida over the last decade, are back in Norwich. They are renting there while banging out a new house up the road apiece
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1945
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John E. Leggat
The 45th Reunion started two days early for two proud parents watching John E. Leggat, Jr. '83 ("Tod") graduate from Dartmouth Medical School with honors and receive a Distinctive Student prize as well. On Monday we
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1946
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Walter A. Snickenberger
The 34th Reunion is now history, and, thanks primarily to the great efforts of John and Edie McClintock, a fine one it was! An excellent turnout of classmates, wives, and friends, with the weather most cooperative. A
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1947
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Ham Chase
Reunion, 45th year! From A1 Bildner to Burt Zuckernik, '47s came from near (Hank Brezinski, Bill McCaffrey, Dick Leary) and from afar (Fran O'Brien, Bob Huffman, Bear Davis). They came early: the Chases, Dick Holleriths, Frank
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1948
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F. R. Drury Jr
WW II year 1944,47 years ago, saw most '48s on campus at least part of the year, either as members of the navy/marine VI2 unit, a magnificent Dartmouth contribution to the war effort, or in the small but highly active
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
While many of us have contributed financial and other kinds of support to the College over the years, classmate Mark Landsburgh has over the past twenty years contributed manuscripts to the college library. The
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1950
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Jim Birney
Hey, all you old, single guys! There is still hope! Joe Gilchrist wrote from San Mateo, Calif., "I was married September 14 to a lovely (naturally) lady Gerry. She is Coordinator for Art at Stanford. I plan to retire
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1951
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Bill Boynton
Bill Brooks
My contribution to this month's column will be brief, for I shall be passing the Class Secretary's baton to Bill Brooks, who will carry it for the next leg. I had expected to submit a full column for this summer issue,
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1952
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Dwight Ketcham
Don Myers sent along a note, a photograph, and a newspaper article to substantiate the victory of his yacht, Eleazar's Tavern, in the April 1991 British Virgin Islands regatta. Don has a right to be proud of this since
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1953
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Fred Carleton
Father Ed Boyle should be writing this, since he's heard from practically everybody in the class. He's back at his office after his heart bypass and is doing well. Ed's work with the Labor Guild is sponsored by the
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
A Service of Commemoration for President John Sloan Dickey was held at Rollins Chapel on April 13. John Gillespie reports that it was a very moving and nostalgic service and that it reminded all present what a wonderful
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
Recent Alumni Fund correspondence from Harry "Brose" Ambrose revealed a new address in Glencoe, Illinois. It seems that last year Continental Grain transferred Harry from his previous post in New York with the World Oil
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1956
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Norm Olsen
Valiant Reunion Chairman Tom Harper called from Kiawah Island not long ago to say that he had recruited a very solid nucleus of helpers for the upcoming reunion but could use additional volunteers. The theme for the
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1957
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Adam Block
Only classes distinguished by high achievement and early retirements get to have mid-week reunions. So the College has paid us a huge compliment by scheduling our 35 th to run from Monday to Thursday, June 15-18,1992.
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
As you read these notes the class of 1991 will have joined our ranks as alumni ae. Ed Caress is the proud parent of a '9l. His son Peter received his A.B. and now will stay on to earn his Bachelors of Engineering at
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1959
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Harry Shaw III
Phoebe and I just returned from graduation for the class of '91, and we were able to enjoy two beautiful days, including a fun Class Day in the Bema and a colorful graduation exercise. Elizabeth Dole's speech was
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
June 9 was a dazzling day in Hanover, perfect for a graduation. If I've counted right, 12 sons and daughters of classmates bounced into the wide, wide world that day, and you'll be pleased to hear that overwhelmingly
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1961
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Bob Conn
The class of 1961 has won another honor. During the Class Officers Weekend banquet, President Arthur Kelton unexpectedly was called to accept a plaque from the Fayerweather Cluster in honor of our continuing support. The
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
In the business world, Johnson and Higgins has named Eric Dalrymple vice president and corporate treasurer. Prior to joining the nation-wide insurance broker, Eric had been treasurer of Crane Company, a producer of
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
The recession has bottomed out. The country is on a slow path back to economic re, covery. That's the view refleeted in a spring lead story in the New York Times by Dave Rosenbaum, 23-year veteran of that newspaper and
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1964
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Harold Rabner
Incredible. For once there was more news than space. As previously reported, a Wah Hoo Wah of major proportions to Frank C. Herringer, who on April 25 was appointed chief executive officer of Transamerica Corp. This
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
What were you doing 30 years ago at tliis time? It was "the summer of 1961, and you were preparing for your matriculation at Dartmouth College. Time flies.
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1966
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Larry Geiger
This short and hastily written to meet a tight deadline Reunion Recap is not for the more than 220 '66ers who made the pleasant pilgrimage to Hanover for our glorious 25th June 13-16. They know fall well how truly
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1967
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Jim VanAmburg
The mail has brought some interesting news about classmates lately and once again reminded me of how much of the globe our class seems to have covered. From Germany comes word that Dr. Colonel Robert McAuley briefed
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Congratulations, Class of the Year! That's right, folks. Dave Peck, John Engelman, Skip Waterhouse, and Parker Beverage were in Hanover at April Class Officers Weekend to receive, on behalf of all '68s, the 1991 Class of the
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1969
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Rick Willets
They say the memory is the first thing to go. So I am sure you will forgive me for missing the last issue's deadline and if I repeat some previously noted news.
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
Several of you have finally realized that it is possible to be spared my padded ramblings and colorful (mis)interpretations of your lives in this column. Walter Hinton has sent along a newsy letter which is presented
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1971
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Thomas Jackson
We celebrated our 20th Reunion in spectacular fashion! With a near-record turnout of more than 180 classmates and over 450 in attendance, a wonderful time was had by all. The early birds began arriving throughout the day
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1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
It's hard to believe, but three months between submission deadlines has actually left me with too much news to report! Mike Winn is describing himself as a "mogul of Ethiopian restaurants" these days, an offshoot of his
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1974
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Mary S. Donovan
Last week I had lunch with one of my partners in the criminal defense business who is still zealously representing those accused. He is presently representing one of my old clients Nathaniel Hawthorne a.k.a. John Smith
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1975
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William Blake
W. Blake Winchell
"I don't care what you say, so long as you spell my name right,"Jeff Sas-fo-rossi, this reporter's most valued source of newsworthy items, recently admonished. So sorry Sassorossi. I just wish you had called sooner. Having
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1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
I was fortunate to spend two weekends in Hanover this spring. At the class officers' meetings I ran into several classmates: The dedicated team of Bill Schillhammer and Carey Heckman were there, as usual, and Steve Feld
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1977
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Al Hemiing and Carol Muller
Catch this. I was holding a problem session late one Sunday evening last winter for my class on Engineering Systems. Got to shooting the breeze awhile about the weekend: "What did you do over the weekend?"
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1978
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Catherine A. Cates
Greetings from Atlanta! This month Anne Bagainery sent me news from Paris. She and her husband, Alan Hoffman, have made the move to Paris from Brussels. It sounds like Anne is really enjoying the museums and other sites.
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
You all have been so incommunicative that I decided to devote this column to a feature story about the 180 pound ovarian cyst removed from a West Virginia woman by doctors at Johns Hopkins. Thanks to cutting-edge
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1980
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Daniel R. Zenkel
The ballots are in, and the selection for entrepreneur of the decade is G. Andrew Watson. A-Wat graduated from Northwestern Law School in 1983 and wasted no time in chucking his chosen profession. After two miserable
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1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
Hi everyone. The heat of summer is upon us. Thank goodness for my one year old, who gives me a terrific excuse to keep a kiddie pool on the deck.
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1982
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Peter Frechette
Summer is here, and baseball is back in Boston. By now the Sox should be well on their way to ending the 70-year jinx. Faces in the crowd at Fenway on opening day included Tom Shanahan and John Connolly '81. A pre-game
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1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
"You must remember this," Will Cattan was saying. Around the table, everybody's head perked up a la "Casablanca," expecting to hear Sam and his tinkling piano playing "As Time Goes By."
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1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
As I grow older it seems that the world becomes smaller and smaller and separate periods of my life begin to run together. Such was the case in May when, while in Providence, R.I., at the wedding of a good friend from
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1985
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Mark Stern
Hi. Feast or famine, as they say. After more than a year of gleaning into tidbits from wherever we can get them, including fabrication, we have been deluged of late by letters from our fellow classmates. Therefore,
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana. Groucho Marx And what a reunion it was ... The class of'86 had over 370 in attendance; with spouses and/or others, there were close to 500 people chanting "86!" Hats off
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1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
As hard as it is to imagine, planning is underway for our Fifth Reunion, which will take place in June of next year (1992 minus 1987 equals five what a concept). Matt Mcllwain will be in charge of all planning for the
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1988
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Chuck Young
Hey, where is my mind? I should have given this award long ago, but better late than never: Paul Griffin is our latest Tabloid Fixture of Tomorrow in honor of his stunning appearance on "All My Children" last December
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1989
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Carrie Luft
Help me. I'm experiencing Numeric Derealization Syndrome. 730 can't be equal to two, can it? Of course not. Nuh-uh. 730 is distinctly more than two. (Eat your heart out, Brian Davis, I did too learn something in Math 18.
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Welcome to this special issue of highly condensed, Reader's Digest-style class notes. No space to waste, so let's get started.
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Give a Rouse
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Malcom D. Clarke '22, inducted into the New England Lawn Tennis Association's Hall of Fame
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Four outstanding alumni have received Alumni Awards in the past year. Their citations are adapted below. Also honored were two Distinguished Young Alumni who will be featured in September Class Notes.
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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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