Issue: 19920901

Tuesday, September 1, 1992
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A Special SectionThe Road Less Traveled Taking their lives beyond where their Knowledge readily applies, the choices fo a few Dartmouth people have made all the difference.
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Allen AE Edmonds
Allen AE Edmonds
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Inside This Issue
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Pompanoosuc Mills
Pompanoosuc Mills
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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Boutique Maire
Boutique Maire
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
The Absent Conservatives
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Wanted: Sununu Lovers
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Mclaughry Better Homes and Gardens
Mclaughry Better Homes and Gardens
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DARTMOUTH COOP
DARTMOUTH COOP
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The Prince & The Pauper
The Prince & The Pauper
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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The Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College
The Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College
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CENTERRA
CENTERRA
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On The Hill for September 1992
The Second Four Years
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Tig Tillinghast '93
WE MUST GO through Dartmouth twice: once in the four years we're given here in Hanover, another time over the rest of our lives. The memories I have of my alma mater are rich deep remembrances that have
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On The Hill for September 1992
Good Fellows
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CLAIRE BLOOM AND Philip Roth graced the campus as Montgomery Fellows last month. The noted actress and distinguished tinguished writer, a husband-and-wife team, read and performed for students and the general
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On The Hill for September 1992
Faculty Honors
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TWO DARTMOUTH professors have been named National Humanities Fellows for the 1992-93 academic year. French & Italian's Marianne Hirsch and History's Leo Spitzer are two of the 41 fellows chosen from among 565
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On The Hill for September 1992
What's Up, Doc?
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Instruments Developed by doctoral candidate Eric Lund of the graduate physics program will be aboard each of two NASA rockets to be launched this winter. They will measure electric waves in the aurora borealis.
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On The Hill for September 1992
GARBAGE IN, OVER, AND OUT
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DARTMOUTH Recycles, the College's four year old solid-waste recycling program, has been cited by the national organization Renew America as a model of environmental protection. Organized by Building & Grounds's
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On The Hill for September 1992
And The Envelope Please
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MENTORS," THE Kickoff film for the College's current capital campaign, received an award for creative excellence at this year's U.S. Industrial Film & Video Festival.
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On The Hill for September 1992
The Baker Top 40
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Ross NOVA '94
UP TO 1781, Dartmouth had no bells. So three times a day, for prayers and recitations, a Dartmouth native American student would blow a conch horn in front of Dartmouth Hall. Some campus residents might say
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On The Hill for September 1992
A Century's Worth of Scholars
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When The College's Trustees met in June to send off the class of '92, they also awarded Darmouth's three retiring faculty members, sending them off with emeritus status. The three Leonard M. Rieser '44,
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Dartmouth Rules the Waves
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Ross Nova'94
WHAT ARE THE ODDS that land locked Dartmouth could beat teams from Harvard and even Navy in sailing? The Dartmouth Sailing Team did it.
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One Good Pull
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Tig Tillinghast '93
DARTMOUTH'S HEAVYWEIGHT men's crew, now ranked first in the country, finished its best season ever last spring after taking home first-place finishes from the prestigious Eastern Sprints and the Intercollegiate Rowing
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Beyond the Hill
Green Behind The Screen
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Jane Hodges '92
WHILE FILM WRITER BILL Phillips '71 recovers from the longest year of his life, spent in Paramount's West Coast studios directing one of his own creations, Robert Redford will put the finishing touches on a movie
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A Cabaret for a Fallen Star
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Ross Nova '94
IN A LONG TRADITION OF GREAT Dartmouth actors, David James Carroll '72 was one of the best. Fresh out of college he landed Broadway and off Broadway roles, lust four years out, he originated the leading role of Joseph in "Joseph and
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Cover Story
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Choices
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Jay Heinrichs
The courageous ones go where knowledge does not readily apply.And that, as Frost said, makes all the difference.
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To An Athlete, Aging
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Mark Lange '84
Aging Growing older,athletes tend to move in one of two directions: a little more wistful, or a little more wise.
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Second Chances
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Mary Cleary Kiely '79
Second Chances It is ultimately mysterious, this business of learning and growing. One thing is certain: we change each other.
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Fishing The River For A Monument
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John Scotford '38
The concept of John Dickey's stone was so simple, what mattered was the execution of the details.
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Communion With The High Places
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Andrew Daniels '85
The High Places On a worldwide search, Jonathan Daniels acquired a passion for the journey itself. But, in the end, the destination found him.
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DEATH and DYING
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Professor Sergei Kan
The way we die reflects the way we live.
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Professor Sergei Kan:
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Karen Endicott
" When it comes to death ...we are all dealing with the unknown. "
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Prof's Choice
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Rituals, transformations, emotions, and death.
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI COLLEGES ABROAD
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Presidential Range
The Human Scale
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James O. Freedman
"The opportunity for original intellectual work in close collaboration with faculty is one of the most important and attractive aspects of Dartmouth."
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Commercial Dividsion
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Class Notes
GLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Recently Betty Gazley (widow of Professor John) brought me a copy of the December 1973 issue of this magazine. Bill Carter's long, upbeat column contained news of a number of classmates no longer with us. Since I have
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1921
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Lucy Briggs
In the days long ago, when the Sophomore class did its best to keep the freshman class remembering they were only freshmen, one of the great contests was the taking of the freshman class picture. It was important to the
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Twenty-five people attended the 70th Reunion of 1922 on Commencement weekend, June 12-14.The group of honored guests included seven alumni, six 1922 ladies, five '22 sons who are Dartmouth alumni, and seven other
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1924
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Edward Winsor
The big news is about myself, and I make no apologies for bragging. As you may have noticed, I showed a change of address starting With my previous column. Mary E.Kent, widow of Lloyd W. Kent '29, and I were married on
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1925
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Marshal Newton
Caroline Mcdonough gave a stunning performance as Eleanor of Aquitaine in Lionin Winter at the Cameo Theater in Old Greenwich, Conn., in late February. Caroline was chief of operations for our 65th, aided by husband Dick '52
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
"Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres."Julius Caesar, just as all Gaul was divided into three parts, so youthful 1926 has three age brackets: "junior," 87 and under; "elder," 88 and 89; and "senior," 90 or over.
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
Mish Cleaves responded to his birthday card with envy for those fortunate classmates who attended our 65th Reunion in Hanover in June. We wish more of you had come. Ruth Paddock wrote that she attended the Harvard
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1928
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George A. Bell
Last November in this magazine Turk Turkevich wrote a tribute to his favorite professor, "Cheerless" Richardson, who endeavored to teach us chemistry. This served to remind us of the remarkable career of Turk
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1929
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Harold C. Ripley
Now we've lost BlytheI Adams, John Stigall, BobI Brandt and, just before closing time, LarryLougee, so your second team has to take over the column for Mary. I remember an old verse from 1979: Back now at Dartmouth, of old
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
My thanks to Ted Wolf for a fine, long, newsy letter in his own inimitable microscript. In May he and Mai Clarke'22 became tennis bums, entering the 85 (and up?) National Tournament in Santa Barbara and the National
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
The NBC "Today" show on May 19 reported on D.D. Bean & Sons Cos., including an interview with the company president, son of Margaret and Jack Bean. On the wall behind the president I saw what I swore was a full length
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1932
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Joe Roberts
June 15-17 a number of refugees from the good old days of 1928-32 assembled on the Hanover Plain. Some came singly, some with spouses, a few with other kin. In total there were 123, only 19 fewer chan at our 55th. There
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Based in the comfortable purlieu of Darien, Connecticut, Ted and LouiseOkie are part of the group of peripatetic peregrinators of 1933 who find distance no bar to regular travel. Ted sounded full of vigor when we talked
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Cleveland continues to be the most active '34 publishing area. John Anderson's book, Always In Love, which is autobiographical and covers his life at Dartmouth, keeps hitting high numbers on the sales chart. Richard
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1935
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William H. Mathers
Ted and Kay Harbaugh are both still very active in community affairs. He has a parttime job with the Toledo Symphony managing young people's concerts. The real challenge is convincing the young that symphony music
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1936
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Ross Martindale
As you read this, Harry andRose Coronis should be enjoying their trip to Italy and the Greek Islands. In the meantime, back in early summer Harry was joined by son Lewis '62 and a grandson for a threegeneration fishing
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Reflections on die 55sth Reunion continue. Pictures of classmates bring back memories. You'll see some in the Mint-Bag, ably edited by Mort Berkowitz and BillRotch. Bill Dixon was shooting with his Leica while Bet was
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
MEDIT-TATION. The Mediterranean is constantly giving Rod Washburn something to think about. He has just returned from a restful cruise there after having vowed never to sail its waters again. Seems Rod's WWII stint in
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
With regret we record the death of Ed Wakelin in midJune. We received word via Betsy Wyman Emmons. Ed brings the number who have left us in the current year to an even ten. (An obit will appear in this or a later issue.)
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1940
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Chet Berry
Just back from Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Not a 1940 in sight, but plenty of caribou, bald eagles, grizzly bears, and totem poles. Helped celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Alcan Highway. The mail was stacked
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1941
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Dick Jachens
It's September and another school year has begun in Hanover. Perhaps it's just another month for us '41 retirees, but actually it's a special time, a time to plan returning to the Plain for the mini-reunion on Yale/
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Alex Fanelli
This is my maiden voyage in this space, so I hope you will bear with me. At the moment I have no idea what heading I should steer—like a captain who watches in horror as he fumbles his sealed orders over the side. At our
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1943
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Charlie Cusack
Fifty years ago, those of us who did not enter service early had just completed the summer of '42, enjoying Hanover's warm and sultry season, studying in an accelerated senior year and squeezing in an occasional dip in
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1943
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Frederick L. Hier
Our prolific authors keep prolificating, the latest beingBill Foye, who has just churned out Trout Waters, reminiscences with a description of the Upper Quahbin Valley. And that's Upper Quabbin, Mass., for those of you
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1945
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Chas. Aubrey Rowan
Marty Stouffer's "Wild America" is one of the best nature programs on PBS. Thus it was with special pride that we watched a recent airing: "Magnificent As A Moose." Always glad to get a little publicity for our clan.
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1946
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James M.Coleman Jr
No fancy quotes this month, but right to Tom Adams, who has told me that our class has come up with $155,000 for the Alumni Fund this year. That's well beyond our goal of $146,000. JohnMcclintock probably gave you all the
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1947
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Ham Chase
This is mid-summer, and we'll be reading these notes in September, as the College begins its 223 rd year. It is pleasant to take stock of some of die College's September activities as it cranks into another season.
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
As you read these notes, our College on the Hill will be commencing its 222 nd academic year in the tiny, lovely town which today is not that much different from what we '48s knew so fondly nearly 50 years ago.
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
If by now you haven't sent I your reservation for the Fall Weekend, by all means do so. The big event is earlier this year, in mid-October, which is usually a glorious time in Hanover with the fall leaves. It'll be a
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1950
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Jim Birney
In Pursuit of Excellence: '50 has done it again! The College has honored us with its Special Recognition Award. It begins, "Dartmouth College recognizes with deep appreciation the extraordinary achievements of the class
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1951
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Bill Brooks
Last month I ran out of space reporting on my Alumni Fund contacts. Two others—one happy, one sad—were noteworthy. First, Hal Stahmer, down there in Gainsville, Fla. My notes on that conversation were only ten minutes
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1952
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Dwight F. Ketcham Jr
At the farewell banquet of its 40th Reunion the class of 1952 presented a giant symbolic check for Dart mouth College to President James Freedman in the record amount of $1,000,052. Yes, one million and fifty-two
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1953
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Fred Carleton
What a great reunion organization Fred Hitt hath wrought. No tern has been left unstoned. In June at his office Fred held a reunion committee meeting with John Springer, Don Goss, Don Smith, DickFleming, Bernie Sudikoff,
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr
Yo-Li Chan was quoted in an Alumni Fund mailing concerning business leadership, and I think that what he had to say is worth repeating, for there is no doubt that the Dartmouth campus has affected us all over the
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
Recently I have received news from Austria, by way of Tuck School, regarding the activities of WolfgangThumb. He is director of finance for an Austrian holding company which is engaged in mining, railroading, and tourism.
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1956
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Tom Harper
It will be my pleasure to serve as class secretary for the next four years. Several people have told me that I should have my head examined for taking this on, but I had so much fun planning the 35th Reunion that I
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1957
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Dick Perkins
Our 35th Reunion is now three months past, yet the fun, die mental stimulation and good fellowship remain fresh in my memory and, I am sure, in our collective memory. Dan Goggin and our reunion committee, ably
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
While many of our classmates made it to Hanover last June for our 35th Reunion, Mike Wygant was not one of them. Seems that the State Department, with the dissolution of the Soviet Union, was faced with opening
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
Last chance to attend the special min-reunion October 16-17 in Hnaover great fun! First, a story from a news bulletin concerning MaiHalliday who,after graduation, followed up on his fascination with Iceland and, backed by
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1960
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Morton M. Kondracke
Bob Farmer was up there on the podium at the Democratic National Con vention for the second time in a row, this time as treasurer of the Bill Clinton campaign. Bob held the same post with Michael Dukakis four years
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1961
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Bob Conn
Our fall mini-reunion is October 16-18, Dartmouth Night weekend, according to Dave Prewitt, our mini-reunion chair. Here are the highlights. Hotel: the Sheraton North Country Inn in West Lebanon. Registration deadline
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
As most of us round the 52 year mark, preservation of our old structures becomes increasingly important. Two who are in the forefront are Steve Reid and PeterBrink. Steve, who runs the Reid Insurance Agency in Honolulu, was
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Students returning to Bucks County Community College in Newtown, Pa., will be greeted by a new president this month. His name is Jim Linksz, and he's only the third president in the college's 27-year history. Jim comes
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1964
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Hal Rabner
Just a little news this month. Herb Wong, M.D., reports that he has a successful ear, nose, and throat practice in Mesa, Ariz. Herb sounds content, noting that his wife and he were approaching their 24th wedding
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
The mail has been pouring in so fast that my five secretaries can not handle the burden. Please wait until tomorrow to send in your information to this column of Class Notes. Read on to learn about this month's
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Got any questions about the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation? Thought so. You're in luck. Jim Weiskopf has just become director of development and public relations for the Washington based
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
For the benefit of those who didn't make the reunion, this month brings some more news from this reporter's notebook. On the career front, Ellis Regenbogen shows how many things one can do with a law degree. After being
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
If you are heading to I Hanover this fall perhaps for our mini-reunion on October 17 be sure to catch the exhibit of NickDawson's art in the Hopkins Center. Nick's chair sculptures will be on display at the entrance to the
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1969
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Rick Willets
John Frondorf and his I brother Steve '71 participated in the Broad Street Run in Philadelphia last May. I would have said "ran" but his time would indicate that to be false. He did finish in the top 3,000, and those
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
It seems timely this month to present you a column with a presidential theme. Fortunately, there are a lot more presidents (and vice presi dents) these days than there used to be, so sooner or later even most Big
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1971
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Thomas Jackson
Among this month's news is word that Richard Harvey was named a director of North American Biologicals Inc., a major supplier of human blood plasma to the health care industry. Rich is the president of BNY Associates
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
Fall colors,football, and elections around the corner. Just reminding myself when this will come out. A real nice letter from Lynn Rowe follows. "I'm writing to tell you to toot the horn for one of our classmates. I'm
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1973
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Donna Ferretti
Thank God for tie College's clipping service! Otherwise you would have received only a lecture from me this month. The Tihalas household is pretty much a shambles with myself three weeks into a new job (though still at
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1974
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Mary Donovan
When life gets too easy, too mellow, too sane, take a trip to the West Coast. There, everything is trendy and cool on the surface, but behind it all the Californians live on the edge. I took advantage of a super saver
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1975
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W. Blake Winchell
In this Class Notes game, it's either feast or famine, and last month's overstuffed mailbox is followed by a serious dearth of correspondence this month. Cumon fo lksgetwi the program! In fact, were it not for some misplaced
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1976
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Amy Gillenson
In the May issue MarthaHennessey mused about the (national) Presidential race and about who would step forward to serve as president of our class. For those who were not in attendance at our
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1977
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Douglas Ireland
So I stepped off the elevator at the Hanover Inn prepared for my first event of the 15th Reunion, as excited and earnest as my first day on campus in the fall of 1973. I recognized the face that greeted me as the doors
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1978
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Brooks Clark
Neil McCarthy is likely to be the Democratic candidate for New York's 19th Congressional District seat (Westchester and environs). Pro-choice, advocate of rebuilding the infrastructure, and a father of two, Neil is set
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
Susan Karol is the physician in charge of the Hunter I Center, a comprehensive breast cancer facility which recently opened in Beverly, Mass. Offering a broad array of services on site, the Center is designed to
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
News from the delivery room. Scott "Zeke"Zashin writes that on April 23 Guy Dietrich became the proud father of a baby girl, Caroline. That morning, Guy drove his wife, Virginia, to the hospital. Anticipating a prolonged
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1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
There is very little news this month, but I'll report what I've got! Kate Read is the education director for the Hanover Consumer Co-op. Kate has just been elected to the board of directors of the National Cooperative
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1982
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Peter Frechette
As they say, too much is never enough. The mail bag is overloaded this month, so if I don't get to it all you'll just have to stay tuned. First off, Hank Malin, who is deeply honored to be chair of the reunion committee,
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1983
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Kenneth M.Johnson
The telephone rang, and Frank Davis yelled into my ear, "Yo! Secretary! You're supposed to tell 'em every month that the 10th Reunion is June 18-20, 1993." . Then Anni Dupre Santry, fledgling mom, called. "Forget the
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1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
I begin this column with formal notice of our Tenth Reunion which is slated for the weekend of June 18-20, 1993. While I know that if you do the math our tenth should be in 1994, Alumni Affairs decided it would be more
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1985
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Mark Stern
Funny you think it's easy to be funny with the slate of info which Rick and I have to deal with every month? Marriage, birth, graduation, promotion. Momentous, yes.Important, sometimes. Funny? NOT. And yet, like a drunk
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1987
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Meaghan Crone Ramsden
Greetings to all, and welcome back to the academic year of 1992-3. Isn't it funny how every year when September rolls around you find yourself wishing you could buy a new notebook and kick some leaves around walking
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1988
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Chuck Young
This month's column is about synchronicity the simple lines of our '88 lives intertwining in ways even we cannot explain. Begin with David Leddy, who writes that after spending a year in Chicago rooming with Josh Low,
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1989
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Carrie Luft
Okay, I concede defeat. Wave the white flag of this column in surrender: as much as I have rallied against media pigeonholing, and have to deflate the flabby generalizations emitted by a Barbara Walters Special, a
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Dan Mayland and MikeLindgren wrote from Boston about what they've been doing this year. While this news may now be a little old, Dan was working at Chili's Bar & Grill in Copley Plaza, Boston, when I last heard from him.
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1991
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Sue Shankman
As September rolls around, it seems that more and more '91s are heading back to school this fall. David Stern is starting at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School after teaching SAT and MCAT prep courses for
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1992
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Jessie Levine
After two years of working for the Alumni Magazine, I never thought I'd see the day that I'd be writing this column, and I definitely thought I'd get it in late. And here it is,late.
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Alumni Award: George Barber Munroe '43
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During the past year the Alumni Council has presented the College's prestigious Alumni Award to six remarkably accomplished and dedicated alumni. Over the next few months you will find their citations adapted in our pages.
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Humanizing Gum Care Aapt
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PINE CAY IS HARD TO FIND
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Alumni Award: William Griffith "Pete" Barker Jr. '54
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There have been scores of Alumni Awards over the years, but this must be the first to go to the great, great, great, great, great-grandson of a Dartmouth alumnus, Nathan Church by name, class of 1784. You can't go much further
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Brewster's
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THE DELTACONNECTION
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This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the previous issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or in a later one.
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Dartmouth Undying
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Coldwell Banker
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