Issue: 19920201

Saturday, February 1, 1992
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How's The Food, Mr. Garry?
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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February 1992
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
On Wise Teachers
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Mentoring
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Dartmouth Institute
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COLDWELL BANKER
COLDWELL BANKER
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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HOME HILL
HOME HILL
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Pompanoosuc Mills
Pompanoosuc Mills
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On The Hill for February 1992
Dartmouth Should Recruit Alumni To Be Faculty And Administrators
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About 150 dartmouth alumni work for Dartmouth as administrators' or faculty. Dartmouth grads, in other words, hold about 15 percent of the professional positions. This is a number the College should
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On The Hill for February 1992
Recruiting Alumni Would Be A Serious Mistake
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Our alter ego's argument is hoist on its own petard. It reveals the very provincialism that too many alumni hold toward Dartmouth. Keep in mind that the last person to use that Hopkins quotation
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On The Hill for February 1992
The Trophy Finally Stays Put
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Robert Sullivan '75
Kathy slattery's Sports Information Office in the old gymnasium often looks a mess—there are pencils, pennants, media guides, and sheaves of stat sheets lying around. But space had been cleared away in
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On The Hill for February 1992
A Head for Numbers
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Donald Kreider, Dartmouth professor of mathematics and computer science, has been elected president of the Mathernatice Association of America.
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On The Hill for February 1992
Rhodes Taken
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Todd Millay '92, A government major from LaGrande, Oregon, is the College's newest Rhodes Scholar. The 58th to be named from Dartmouth, he will study philosophy, politics, and economics at Oxford.
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On The Hill for February 1992
Fill'er Up
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The Hanover Inn's Daniel Webster Room has won a four diamond rating from the American Automobile Association. While the Inn itself has earned four diamonds for a decade, this was its
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On The Hill for February 1992
The Ultimate Brag?
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FOR THOSE OF YOU who were climbing in the Himalayas or on safari last November, the Big Green won its 15 th Ivy football crown in 35 years, this one a solo. Further, tailback Al Rosier '91 was named Ivy
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On The Hill for February 1992
Aid and Abetment
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The college's innovative, year-old Women in Science Project has received a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
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On The Hill for February 1992
The Ilead and The Oddities
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Nardi Campion
U.S. news and World Report lists Hanover as one of six "Retirement Hot Spots in the U.S." and lists ILEAD as one of Hanover's top assets. ILEAD is the new Institute for Lifelong Education at Dartmouth.
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On The Hill for February 1992
2B
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(By Thomas Summerall '88 for an ILEAD class) Like to bang out, or to cash in, That is the question. Whether it's, like, better In your brain To enter the Tri-state Mega bucks of life, Or to just go out
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On The Hill for February 1992
What books have you read for pleasure in the last year?
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At last year's Commencement, President Freedman joked that honorarydegree recipient Maurice Sendak was probably the most widely read author among the class of 1991. We decided to find out the truth
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On The Hill for February 1992
Oral Exchange
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"A lot of what is being considered rape nowadays is not when the woman says no, but when she wakes up the next morning and regrets it."
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A Nation of Gentlemen
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Professor Jeffrey Hart
Despite ethnic diversity, America's power elite is not multicultural.
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English Professor Jeffery Hart '51
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Karen Endicott
"I refuse to accept the conventional wisdom of this time and place."
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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Prof's Choice
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The West, WASPs, and liberal education.
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Eat Here
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CHRIS WALKER '92 and TIG TILLINGHAST '93
A SHORT TOUR DOWN THE COLLEGE'S GULLET.
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Glossary of Terms
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blue plate (n): Desserts served at Collis Cafe on a blue paper plate. They are widely known for their richness, high prices, and strange combinations of ingredients.
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A Dam Exclusive Bon Appetit Reviews Thayer
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William J. Garry
At Bon Appetit, we test up to 2,000 recipes every year. Our usual practice is to prepare a dish from scratch in our kitchens, then have a formal tasting by the staff. Ordinarily we would not "test" already prepared
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MAKES LEFTOVERS GALORE!!!
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Chicken Cordon Bleu For 200 (With Supreme Sauce)
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A Challenge: "Come Eat on My Turf"
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peie napolitano, director of the Dartmouth Dining Services, winced when we told him that Bon Appetit's editors had, well, not exactly raved about Thayer's food. "Of course they didn't like it,"
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The Gentleman's B-Plus
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Eric Konigsberg '91
Thanks to grade inflation, Dartmouth is becoming like Lake Wobegon, where nearly all the students are above average.
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The Geriatric Adventure Society
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Will Lange
Men of a certain age enjoy themselves by getting lost in the College Grant in the dead of winter. And they look forward to it every year.
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Hitting His Stride
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CHARLES WHEELAN '88
After five years as Dartmouth's president, J anted O. Freedman appeary to be...
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Freedman's Seven Biggest Decisions
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A consensus has emerged among Dartmouth alumni, faculty, and students in at least one area: Freedman has made excellent administrative appointments and then given them free rein. They include:
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Class Notes
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1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
From Hope Frey, carrying on so valiantly in Al's place las treasurer, come some notes sent to her with class dues. Ralph Roberts writes from Pasadena that "life slows down after 90," but that he keeps his interest
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1921
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Mrs. Ellis O. Briggs
Ort Hicks is the senior member of the Dartmouth men moving into Kendal at Hanover. More than 27 or so are reported in, with others to come. There are also eight Dartmouth widows. No deep snow-skiing yet in the
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1922
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Len Morrissey
Warren and Jeanne Daniell did not leave Hanover this winter as usual for Sanibel Island, Fla. They have moved into Kendal at Hanover, the recendy constructed continuing healthcare retirement community three miles
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1923
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Warren A. Cook
At our age, in the beginning nineties, our classmates are not engaged in very many exciting events, but we are pleased to boast of our children or grandchildren.
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1924
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Edward Winsor
I have news. Zeke Marshall reports that Peggy Marshall, widow of Larry, died in November 1990, but that the family is still represented at Dartmouth by a niece who is a professor at Tuck School,
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1925
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Marshall Newton
The mini was very successful. Ellie Norton, Betty Sleigh, Bobby White, Radford, Larry Leavitt, Scoof and Gertrude Newton were present Caroline McDonough came in to greet us, then left for Dick's party. We
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Just February 9, 1992, our youngest classmate, Hank Lamb, Freedom, N.H., became 86, while our second youngest, Ken Godfrey, Riverside, Conn., was 86 on January 28, 1991. This month our young Yankees—next month
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1927
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Stephen Dow Mills
Dud Bonsai responded to his birthday card and told of his enjoyment in having his family meet at his home in Bedford, N.Y., for his 85th and a rousing game of croquet, dominated by the grandchildren. Owen Garfield's
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1928
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George A. Bell
When Jerry Sass agreed to be co-chairman, with Curly Prosser, of the 65th Reunion Committee, our officers got a man who seems to have been in perpetual motion all of his life. At Dartmouth he was captain of the
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1929
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Mary Lougee
Happy New Year. May it be a year filled with much happiness and reasonably good health for us all.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
I've hardly completed the November Thirtyteer and just yesterday finished the September 27 minutes, so I still have last fall's reunion on my mind.
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
October 19 was a great day, first at the Yale Bowl and then at the home of Anne and George Conklin, where festivities were enjoyed by Roz and Barney Ash, Barbara and Baxter Ball, Harriett and Jim Lyall, Dorothy and Joe Merriam,
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1932
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Harry P. Rowe
"We lead an active life," writes Laura Dunn. She and Paul are presendy cruising from Hawaii to Tahiti. But back at the ranch the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust is rejoicing in Paul's conservation
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Gil Beebe provides further evidence of the variety of activities pursued by 1933 classmates. We caught up with him in his office at the National Institutes of Health Cancer Institute in Rockville, Md., "sitting
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Harlan Banks was one of those honored in N.Y.C. at Dartmouth's inaugural awarding of the Presidential Medal for Outstanding Achievement and Leadership. Congratulations from all '34! And a big salute also to
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1935
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William H. Mathers
From all accounts the kick-off of the $425 million capital campaign at Lincoln Center, New York City, was a great success. The football team won the Ivy League championship, and the other teams, men and
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1936
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Ross Martindale
We have two additions to the list of those who have attended all official reunions since graduation, Paul Lynch and '36's perennial cheerleader, Brint Schorer. Pete Fitzherbert says his records of the Fifth Reunion
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Lem Bowen represented our class at a special dedication of the E.K. Hall-Gordon P. Bennett Lounge in the Davis Varsity House on October 26. The expansion of the Gordon P. Bennett '37 Memorial Lounge to become the
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
SANDS POINT SOULEO. From the home of Perry Como comes a different kind of song. Serving as literacy volunteer, hospital volunteer in social services, village trustee, and commissioner of water, Art Soule is too busy
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Here we are into a new year, It is one that will see the elders of our number turn 79 years of age, and the youngest turn 73. Now, there's a statistic that I'll bet you never thought you'd see in print.
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1940
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Chet Berry
47 of us turned out for the Friday evening banquet, prior to the Holy Cross thumping, at the charming old Dowd's Country Inn in Lyme. Following a delicious dinner, Bob and Phyllis Unangst were given a rousing
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1941
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Dickjachens
The October mini-reunion is not exactly late-breaking news, due to the extended lead time for these columns, but remembering the weekend in Hanover may bring warmth to our winter reveries.
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1942
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Proc Page
February 1942. The shortened second semester is on. Students who will return vote for a summer term. Dean Neidlinger writes on the Carnival-that-will-not-be that no dates will be allowed in town that weekend.
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1943
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Charles R. Cusack
Bill Seidman just won't retire! Latest news has him becoming a TV news commentator (for two CNBC programs, "Business View" and "Market Wrap." Look for him!
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1944
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Frederick L. Hier
It's old hat by now, but you probably know that our '44 mini-reunion last October was just about the best ever. The numbers were almost out of sight—as well as out of space—as we crowded facilities to capacity and
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1945
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The Moose
What a delightful interlude, to leave behind the local murders, the foreign crises, the utterings of political fools, national and local, and a mini-reunion in Hanover, socializing with other '45s! With 71 of our
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1946
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James M. Coleman
As I write, it looks like the Green and Princeton will slug it out for the Ivy League football crown in Hanover on November 23.1 can recall many late November battles down at Princeton with capacity crowds at
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1947
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Ham Chase
The memorable mini-reunion October 25-26 began and ended with thoughtful and industrious planning by Bill and Jean Hallager, who coordinated events at the Norwich Inn, our meeting, and our banquet. On Friday
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
Being on Mt. Washington last September reminded me of one of those weekend DOC trips way back in the fall of '44 when the navy truck driven by Dave Kendall '45 dropped a bunch of us V-12's and civilians off at the
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
The fall mini-reunion October 25-27 was held in unbelievable weather. The daytime temperature was in the 70s and the nights mild and clear. The Friday night bond-fire was even more impressive with a large moon
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1950
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Jim Birney
You may know that' 50 provides half the funding ($600) for an administrative internship in the Office of Student Life. We call it our Collis Intern, because much of the work has to do with the Collis Student
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1951
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Bill Brooks
We're still savoring the come-from-behind victory over Yale and its portent of another Ivy title. The post-game party at our place in Madison drew Chet and Pat Cotter, Bill and Trudy Merkle, Mark and Maigaret
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1952
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Dwight Ketcham
You read this as winter seems ever longer in your part of the country, whatever winter may be where you live; but it is written from the perspective of fall in New England. Jackie and I just returned from
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1953
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Fred Carleton
What? The U.S. Library of Congress for sale? Yes, it's true, and our own Ted Spiegel is selling it. On behalf of the Library he negotiates with companies who pay royalties for the right to use manuscripts,
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts, Jr.
Once again Mini-Reunion Chairman John Gillespie, aided and abetted by his "trainee," Clark Davis and his assistant, Donna Davis, planned and executed a busy round of class activities over Dartmout Nightweekend.
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
A perfect late-October weekend brought a large number of alumni to Hanover for Homecoming, which included a mini-reunion for the class of 1955. Things got underway with the traditional Friday Dartmouth Night
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1956
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Norm Olsen
I can't tell you what a tremendous pleasure it was to read the November issue of Wah Who Whisper and discover that there's a classmate out there who actually reads this column—or did at least once, anyway—viz. Hon.
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1957
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Adam Block
More than 40 folks with '57 connections got in some pre-season reunion practice during Homecoming Weekend. Item: scuttlebutt has it that our own Dave Orr can take personal credit for that excellent new
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Your executive committee met in Hanover over the Home-coming Weekend this past October. Our presence there must have stirred the athletic teams, as Dartmouth was victorious over Cornell in almost every event.
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
By the time you receive this, you will have received a full report from Newsletter Editor Bill Long on our class meeting and mini-reunion held October 23-27. However, here are some of the highlights.
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
In keeping with the "Mentors" theme around which Dartmouth is launching its Campaign for Excellence, I called a number of classmates—some of whom attended the November 15-16 campaign kick-off at
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1961
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Bob Conn
Los Angeles in '93! That was the vote at the class meeting on Homecoming Weekend for the site of our next major mini-reunion—a reunion we envisage to be on the scale of the one in Washington, D.C., when we jointly
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
Homecoming, the 1991 version, was a perfect weekend: warm, sunny weather, a roaring bonfire, a Dartmouth victoiy over Cornell, and a masterful 1962 mini-reunion concocted by Tom Komarek. Our
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
I entered Richardson Hall with some trepidation. It had been more than 30 years since I passed through the columned front door to my first dormitory room. Such memories are poignant.
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1964
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Harold Rabner
Bill Fitzhugh was introduced to his lifelong love of archaeology and Arctic studies through his experience at Dartmouth studying and working with Professor Elmer Harp (now emeritus). Bill has been at
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Jim and Debbie Griffiths did it again. With superb teamwork and planning, they arranged a wonderful mini-reunion weekend for 67 of us who arrived in Hanover for a grand time. The Dartmouth Night parade was
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Yes, there is still an alumni parade on the Friday of Homecoming Weekend, and, yes, they still pile the bonfire high. (It's the only one of the year.) And, as has been the case for 30 years now, members of the class of
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
With the big reunion only-months away, news of classmates has been coming in. Ken McConnochie wrote to bring us up to date on his very busy life. Ken and Harriet live near Rochester, N.Y., where Ken is
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Happy 1992! May the New Year hold much peace, love, and happiness for you all. (And if this be 1992, can 1993 be far away? Ed Heald and Tonks would tell you that it is not too early to set aside the dates June 17-2 0,
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1969
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Rick Willets
Brian O'Connor has been named to the faculty of the School of Library and Information Management at Emporia State University in Kansas. Brian received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley,
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
Wally Ford may have been a very elusive mystery guest at last summer's reunion, but he has been neither elusive nor a mystery in New York City during recent years. Wally has been appointed as the city's commissioner
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1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
John E. Shanahan
Among this month's news: Malcolm Jones has been named regional chair for the special gifts effort in Dartmouth's $425 million Will to Excel campaign. He is responsible for the 14-state Far West region. In
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
Happy New Year. Hope it's everything you want it to be. This column comes at you courtesy of Post-Doc-Rock Steve Shirey of the Carnegie lnstitute of Washington, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism. Steve,
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1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
All the messages I left last month brought only two responses: a hefty phone bill and a wonderful return phone call from Joe Rideout. Joe returned to Toledo in '76 after getting his law degree at UVA. He has
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1974
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Mary Donovan
I had a call from one of my first clients last week—John McBride a.La. John McKenzie a.k.a. John McKay. Mr. McBride had been charged with several bank robberies in the Northern District and I represented him on
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1975
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W. Blake Winchell
The Prague Spring was as wonderful as the Budapest Fall was traumatic. I am referring, of course, to the bicycle spill I took 1390 miles into our vacation (ten miles from the end) in the suburbs of Budapest,
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1976
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Martha S. Hennessey
How have the New Year's resolutions panned out? I have had the same resolution for the past three years, and by the time this column goes to print I hope I will finally have our basement finished. This old "Victorian
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1977
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Carol Muller and A1 Henning
Michael Resnik joined the radiology staff recendy at the Waldo County (Maine) General Hospital. After receiving his M.D. from St. Louis University in 1981, he completed pediatrics and maternal and child-health
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1978
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Paul W. Kuhn
The bus trip. Not something to look forward to on Friday night after work. But everyone here does it. During the day, during the night, but mostly during the night. Heck, you can sleep all night, and be fresh and
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
Josephina Bosch, currently living in Cambridge, is scheduled to play Mr. Toad in the February 1992 Wheelock Family Theater Production of "Toad of Toad Hall." She also reports that Mark Weltner and Sam Bozeman
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1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Tales From the Crypt, Volume XII, Chapter 5. Variation on a theme: Chicago's motto for the winter is a neat takeoff of the venerable New Hampshire code: "Live, Freeze, and Die." If the fall temperatures are any
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1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
Hi everyone! Winter is here and I'm looking for warm weather. Already it's been too cold for too long. I recendy saw Frances Wood, who was in the New York area visiting her mother. Frances is still working in
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1982
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Peter Frechette
First of all, let me extend my sincerest apology—both to my classmates and those who eagerly anticipate reading this column every month—for my failure to amuse and entertain you in the last issue.
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1983
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Kenneth Johnson
Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Did you hear that Frank "Phred" Davis took the plunge and married Beth Higgins in Bahston last September 14? Eyewitnesses (and there were many) report that it was a beautiful moment. The earth moved.
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1984
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Brad Hutensky
I heard from a number of you this month, though as usual it took some last minute heroics on the part of yours truly to fill the column. The always enlightening Bob "B Mans" Mansfield began his selftitled
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1985
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Rick Joyce
The recent passing of Dr. Seuss, Coupled with the lack of juice In alumni communication, Led to the manifestation Of this column as a rhyming List of people I am priming To make an effort at relaying Their
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"So, uh, how'm I doin'?" Ed Koch Well, I can't be doing that bad, as I have run into a few people who actually know that the column switched authors as of reunions ...
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1987
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Gregg W. Rippey
Di Doran took time out recently to send me some news about herself and some of her pals. Di lives in Quincy, Mass., where she is an administrator at a special-education school for children. Her desire to work
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1988
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Chuck Young
As you deal with the gloom and grimness of this dreary month, think this happy thought: in 16 months it'll (be Fifth Reunion time!
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1989
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Carrie Luft
I think it's no accident that the notoriously cruelest month also plays host to Valentine's Day—the most charming or the most callous of holidays, depending of your amorous vantage point. In any case, I wish you all
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1990
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John Aronsohn
First this month, some news from our class officers. For those of you who have yet to pay your 1991 class dues, please do so. Two freshpersons who might not otherwise have been able to go on freshman trips last fall
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1991
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Sue Shankman
It was great to see so many '91s at Homecoming! I spent half die weekend wishing I had a tape recorder to keep track of where you're all doing whatever it is that you're doing. I have been receiving a lot of news
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Lawrence Treat '24, author of Crime and Puzzlement My Cousin Phoebe, a new volume in a series of his picture mystery books, published in the fall by Henry Holt and Co.
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