Issue: 19921101

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When encounters between friends get ugly
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Church Hill Clarricr
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November 1992 • Volume 85 • Number 3
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COLDWELL BANKER
COLDWELL BANKER
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Letters
A DANGEROUS CHEW
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Health Dip
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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RICHARD BISSELL FINE WOODWORKING
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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“E. Wheelock”
Divers Notes & Observations
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MUSEUM SHOP
MUSEUM SHOP
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
CONFESSIONS OF A TOUR GUIDE
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Ross Nova ’94
HI, MY NAME is John and I'm your tour guide. Behind me is Tucker Hall. No, wait, I think that's maybe College Hall. Anyway, volunteer things happen there.
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
THE FIGHTING INTELLECTUALS
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Ross Nova ’94
INSTEAD OF FIGHTING other men, they fought high winds, steep trails, blizzards, and, in one instance, a bear. Instead of carrying guns, they carried chain saws and axes. Six Dartmouth veterans of World War II's 10th
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
GUIDE TO THE OUT O’ DOORS
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Tig Tillinghast ’93
WHILE TAKING IN the sun outside the Hopkins Center one spring day, Frazier Miller and Jamie Rosen, both '92s, realized there was no comprehensive source of information for students (or alumni for that matter)
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Rassias in China
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THE PBS NETWORK recently broadcast an hour-long film documeting
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Students in the Streets
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IN JUST ONE WEEK LAST year Dartmouth students volunteered more than 300 hours of their time at nine sites throughout the Upper Valley, according to organizers of Into the Streets, a Tucker Foundation Program.
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Demko on King
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PROFESSOR GEORGE Demko recently plugged his new book, Why in the World: Adventures in Geography (see DAM's Summer issue), on the Larry King TV talk show.
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Students In Film
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THREE DARTMOUTH film students served as interns on Ken ("The Civil War") Burns's new documentary about baseball: Tim Greenberg '92, Andrew Hynam '94, and Owen Gottlieb '95.
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Awardin Teaching
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of Biological Sciences David Peart has been named to receive the College's annual J. Kenneth Huntington Memorial Award for outstanding teaching.
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Grant in Aid
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AMONG RECENT grants by the General Mills Foundation to "strengthen the proud heritage of Native Americans," the largest, $155,000, went to Dartmouth's "Full Circle" program, which provides cultural and
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Getting Steamed
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THE NEW CHEMISTRY building is the straw that broke the camel's back," said John Gratiot, assistant director of Buildings & Grounds. "The entire steam system is at risk." In 1955, engineers built the old
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Sculptor to the Great
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Heather Killebrew '89
LAST SPRING ARTIST Wheatley Allen '63 saw a dream realized: he presented his bronze sculpture "Snow Goose" to former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in the Russian Archive at Stanford's Hoover Institute. And
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
World Champ Puzzlers
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Tig Tillinghast ’93
DARTMOUTH SENIOR CHRIS Morse joined three other Americans late last June taking home the first annual World Puzzle Team Championship held in New York City by Games Magazine.
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Prof Note
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Tig Tillinghast ’93
DINO WARS: THE STORY CONTINUES
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
He Didn’t Wait For Godot As Long
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Jennifer Miglionico ’95
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE library's Special Collections, that gold mine of manuscripts, occasionally reveals a jewel. The latest is the recently, published first novel of Nobel Prize-winning novelist and playwright Samuel Beckett. A Dream of Fair to
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Above and Beyond the Hill
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Keather Killebrew ’89
DARTMOUTH IN SPACE
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ON THE HILL for NOVEMBER 1992
Query
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Tig Tillinghast ’93
Is DARTMOUTH'S BUREAUCRACY EXPLODING?
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Presidential Range
Lessons of the Law
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James O. Freedman
"It would be difficult for historians to determine precisely the reciprocal extent to which the law followed the social movement and the social movement followed the law."
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MILNE TRAVEL
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Cover Story
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Then lings get ugly
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Karen Endicott
IT HAPPENS all the time. Students at a party talk, they connect, it is loud and hot, and they head for the door. They go up to his room... for some quiet, she thinks, and maybe something more. He thinks.. .well, she's in his room.
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Sexual Rules
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THE NEWLY UPDATED GREEN PAGES, Dartmouth's student information handbook, now spells out more precisely than ever what's acceptable social behavior and what's not, as the following excerpts show: "Sexual abuse includes, but is not limited to:
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Feature
UNCLE O'YANG AND AUNTIE FRENCH FRY
Taipei Report
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Selling soul food in Jaiwan, a Dartmouth qrad is bullish on Chinese shopping. by Sheila Meloin
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Hart’s Last Beat
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Jim Newton ’85
Jeffrey Hart, the popular, eccentric-dressing English prof, is retiring. Jeffrey Hart, the take-no-prisoners conservative columnist, is not.
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LEXUS
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Is Socialism Really Dead?
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William L. Baldwin
An economist takes the pulse of socialist thought after the fall of communism.
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Professor of Economics William L. Baldwin
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Karen Endicott
"People are frightened about the future."
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Prof’s Choice
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Marx, markets, modern economic thought and the economic theory of socialism.
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PINE CAY IS HARD TO FIND
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Dartmouth’s Best-Kept Secret
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Ownership WITH NO OWNERSHIP HEADACHES
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CENTERRA
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
It does pay to advertise! In the May 1992 issue of DAM, Emilie (Mrs. Alton S.) Palmer's query about the possible use of her "Dartmouth in Song" album jacket elicited an enthusiastic response from John Replogle '88 (74
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1921
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Lucy Briggs
William Plumer Fowler writes, "Today I have reached my 92nd birthday and like most nonagenarians have slowed down to the point of living day by day. I'm managing to keep this household running with the aid of a
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Since 1904 Dartmouth has had 58 Rhodes Scholars. Three of the recipients were Phi Bete graduates in 1922, a record unequaled for 46 years. Each Rhodes award allows two to three years of freely chosen study at Oxford.
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Thanks to Sid Fish for a copy of the New York Times Book Review section which had a first-page feature and highly laudatory review of Norman Maclean's book entitled Young Men and Fire. The book was published
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Radford Tanzer reports that Larry Leavitt has received a new honor. At a cookout dinner given by the DCAC, Dick Jaeger presented him with a plaque for his great service to the Sponsors program, which aids athletics and
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
Ken and Ruth Foster, Cheshire, Conn., are happy eight-year residents at Elm Park Place, a Baptist General Conference lifetime retirement community. When Ken had a stroke in 1991 he was given immediate attention and then
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1927
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Stephen Dow Mills
A dearth of communications from classmates has required some improvisation to fill our class notes column. As I am an inveterate packrat, a recent closetcleaning spree disclosed a cache of old copies of the Dartmouth
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1928
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George A. Bell
On October 3 Tedjennings '67, son of our Class President Mutt Jennings, called with the shocking news that Mutt had died of a heart attack. Mutt had been on a European tour, was stricken while in Italy, and died in a
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1929
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Mary Lougee
Thank you Rip for coming to my rescue! This column has been delayed beyond my September 15 deadline for many reasons, but the main one of class interest is that I wanted to include notes on the mini-reunion.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
My spies, who are everywhere, caught me during my August cruise to give me a quick report on several classmates in the Sarasota area. The Blanchards: Bob is fine, Page not too well, as we know. Bob Chittim is fine,
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
In a recent duplicate-bridge club session an opponent pointed at the 1931 inscription on my 60th Reunion jacket, saying that he had a brother-in-law who went to Dartmouth at about the same time, and asked if I knew Sid
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1932
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Joe Roberts
What was going on in this country when we became pea-greeners? Here are a few items I gleaned from the "Chronicles of America:" (1) In the Olympics of 1928, completed just before we matriculated, the U.S. won only one of
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1933
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John S. Monagan
"Stay in shape" and "be relaxed" are the words of advice which Pete Mankowski offers as worthy guiding principles while he ponders the riddle of the universe in storied San Juan Capistrano, Calif. After 32 years of
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Dartmouth Alumni College this year brought our devoted students Len and jean Harrison back again to Hanover. They also found time for a good visit, which gave me an opportunity to show them Kendal. They find the
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1935
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William H. Mathers
Dean Couper recently attended a Wolf Trap musical with his host Shelton Stanfill (former director of the Hopkins Center). During his interesting talk he spoke of his close association with the class of 1935,
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1936
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Ross Martindale
The recipient of this year's Class of 1936 Women's Award is Tara McBennett. She was a designated Presidential Scholar and graduated magna cum laude. In her junior year she was VP of the Student Assembly, and in '91-'92,
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
"Facing Mecca" attracted Tom and Jane Nast, Pat Olson, and Ben and Marge Doran to two weeks of study at the Dartmouth Alumni College in August. Ben learned that Islam is the fastest-growing religion in the world.
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
UNDERCOVER AGENT. In Paris it's the Metro; in England the Underground or Tube. In Buffalo, N.Y., it's the Subway, and it owes its existence in large part to the imagination and effort of Lew Harriman. Yep, Lew's has
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
By now the mini-reunion is history, and more than likely Peter Cardozo has recorded the details for posterity in his well-styled '39 Out. This, of course, would include the presentation of the Man-of-the-Year award to
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1940
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Chet Berry
This is our second annual hurricane report. Last year it was noted that most of us on Cape Cod survived Bob with little damage to houses and boats but with many broken trees. Sam Williams reports that most of our
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1941
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Dick Jachens
First, a belated report from George Clabaugh in the Windy City that he retired from private practice of internal medicine in 1988 and then allowed other doctors to practice on him. He had a coronary bypass in 1989 and
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
Just received a short note from Jerry Tallmer—an event rarer than the return of Halley's Comet—and I hasten to share it with you. "On November 29,1990, Fran Martin and I were married by Judge Bobby Braunstein in the
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1943
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Charles R. Cusack
"December Grads Excused From Elective Finals," "Japs Land Reinforcements In Solomons," "Russians Gain Near Stalingrad," and, in a lighter vein, "College Experiments With Poison Ivy Killer"—all headlines in the fall
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1944
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Fritz Hier
Hey, if you've got any old buggy springs, plowshares, or WW II Sherman tanks in your backyard, get in touch with Bob Hirschfield in Bay City, Mich. Hirsch is still running the family business, scrap iron and metal (with
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1945
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C. Moose Rowan Jr.
Chatted on the Ameche with Gene Pinney in Camden, Maine. He reported that the summer had been poor weatherwise, but it must have been worse elsewhere, judging from the many visitors who flocked to their home—friends,
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
I wasn't able to be at our October mini-reunion to report on the festivities, but Bob Kimball agreed to call the roll and send me a list of the attendees. He also took note of what our class officers did or did not do at
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1947
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Ham Chase
Preparing a continuing column such as this one is not easy at times when there is no new news. But it does give us the chance to look at whatever tidbits we do gather much more closely, to read between the lines. It is
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1948
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F.R. Drury
It was a pleasure to talk with retired U.S. Navy Captain Gene Finke in El Paso, where he is currently running for re-election as one of six members of the City Council. Gene and Betty arrived in El Paso 13 years ago,
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
We have indeed been fortunate to have Punchy Thomas as our mini-reunion chairman, for without his resourcefulness when our 40-year use of the Holiday Inn was interrupted this year, the October gathering would have
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1950
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Jim Birney
Good news from DickEchikson: he and Barbara Pfeiffer were married on August 2 "by my old roomie Sack—or, more respectfully, His Honor Federal Judge H. Lee Sarokin. It was a small family ceremony at Lee's home."
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1951
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Bill Brooks
Bob Byall, Cleveland environs, checked in by telephone during the summer. He is recently retired from a banking career of more than 25 years with the Broadview Savings Bank in Ohio, a once most prominent institution
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
Living in Florida is a succession of insanely interesting moments, according to Howard Whittaker, who lives on a golf course in Coral Gables. His home is ten minutes from his law office where he has an active municipal
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Fred Carleton
Washington lawyer Ron Scheman demonstrates '53's global impact. He recently co-founded with Russian artist Yankel Ginsburg the Fund for Democracy and Development (F.D.D.) to promote economic growth in the Commonweath of
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
Thank you, Herb Hillman, for addressing a recent mailing of green postcards to your humble correspondent. It elicited seven replies, though one of them, from Jack Feldman, merely noted a new address: 16060 Valleywood
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
Following up on last month's report from Charlie Williams on a famous 1955 golf match in Lebanon, N.H., I called the other player, Doug Archibald, to get his side of the story. I found him recovering from a pinched leg
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1956
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Tom Harper
In the relatively comfortable lives that most of us lead, we read of others' misfortunes and think, that can never happen to me—I can not get very excited about it. So we pass on to other more enjoyable aspects of
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1957
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Richard Perkins
Here is a quick recap of a nice long letter I received from Hanny Mason (too long a letter for this column, unfortunately, but look for his story in the class newsletter). Hanny describes a terrific trip he took with
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Herewith are a few final glimpses of our 35 th Reunion last June. Doug Fusonie looked like he was ready to report for fall football practice. He's wearing his years well. John Kavanagh was ready to lead the band during
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
Praises to the class of '59 and their participation in the Alumni Fund. We raised $159,581, up 41 percent from last year, and that includes an 80-percent increase in leadership giving, with 19 of us becoming members of
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1960
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Morton M. Kondracke
Twenty-one classmates have signed up with Denny Goodman as definitely planning to attend our 55 th Birthday bash in Washington the weekend of April 30. Twenty-three others have said they are interested. Walt Freedman
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1961
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Robert Conn
Roger McArt has agreed to become chairman of our 35th Reunion, according to Class President Art Kelton. Art said a committer was being formed to help in planning the reunion. Roger and Sandy McArt live in Wilton, Conn.,
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1962
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Charles P. Giersch
(This month's news on the class front consists of moves, medical distinctions, alma mater media, marital ties, rd more. On the move front, Ted Lind and his wife, Diane, have relocated to Portsmouth, N.H., after a number
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CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
The new director of admissions at the prestigious Lawrenceville School, not far from Princeton, is John King. John joined Lawrenceville one year after graduation, teaching and coaching, and for 17 years learned the ins
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1964
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Hal Rabner
Greetings, all. As I walked past the Hanover Inn one Saturday morning I spied in I a rocking chair on the porch a man I thought I recognized. Well, I did, and it was Dr. Steven Sharfstein. Steve is the recently elected
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CLASS NOTES
1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Your copy of the November Alumni Magazine is in your hands as part of the class effort to keep everyone informed. Your class dues help to pay for this magazine and we trust that you are helping by paying this year. If
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Jim Beardsley is president and CEO of Master Lock, the Wisconsin-based company known for its quality products and impactful advertising. In addition to running a 2,000-person international concern, Jim is very active
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
During a recent wonderful visit to London (how else could you describe going to the theater nine times in a short period of time?), I began to wonder about the whereabouts of our classmates who were living abroad. So I
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1968
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Parker J Beverage
The short, chilly days of autumn are upon us in Maine, and they cause me to recall longingly that sunny and warm day in July when I visited ole college roomie Joe Grasso at Goose Rocks Beach. A brisk walk on the beach, a
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1969
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Rick Wllets
They say that nothing is [certain except death and taxes. However, I would add that when one of your children matriculates at old Dart Col, it is certain that I will hear of it.
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
This month's presentation will center around the media—not to exclude those forced to live in a love-hate relationship therewith. Ah, the media. Informative, entertaining, and sometimes just scraping the bottom of the
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Jon Einsidler
As I begin this November column, the word "turkeys" keeps coming to mind (could be the recent election), While virtually everything in this world, I am pleased to report results from this year's Class Officers Weekend, a
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1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
I suspect MCI will name a calling plan for me soon. It will only apply to calls made on the Sunday afternoon preceding the 15 th of the month while searching for news for the Class Notes. When we shoot the first commercial,
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary Donovan
As promised, and with a little help from my friends (i.e. JimMiller and Christopher Gates), I am going to paint the picture of Perry Ballard's wedding to Jane Roberts on August 15. Chris filled in the final details last
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1975
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W. Black Winchell
Once again, the class of '75 was saved from newsless Class Notes at the last minute—this time by a press release from the prolific Clifford R. Ennico, legal writer extraordinaire. His most recent tome is entided The
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1977
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Douglas Ireland
Last time a little-known southern governor threatened an incumbent President for office, it was the fall of our senior year and we were starting to contemplate future autumns beyond Dartmouth Hall. I am pleased to
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1978
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Brooks Clark
Louise and Charlie Nadler finally got together for dinner in Singapore with fellow Singaporans Jamie '77 and Paula McLeod Pfaff. Soon afterward Charlie, who had been the U.S. Ringbinder Corporations director of
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
After a one-and-a-half-year investigation and a 17-week trial in Manhattan federal court, Bronx D.A. Jamie Phillips and his cohorts convicted ten members of the Ramos heroin distribution ring. Among other things, the
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
Hi, all! As I write this, Ross Perot is deciding whether to enter (or re-enter) the presidential race. Although his presence and views are creating some agitation and useful discussion, I wish he would not keep talking
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
I know, I know—where was the '83 column last month? A howl of protest has left me chastened and monosyllabic. "Now everybody's going to forget about the reunion June 18-20," sputtered Chairman FrankDavis. "Our fundraising is
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1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
Once again, I remind you that our Tenth Reunion is still planned for the weekend of June 18-20, 1993, and anyone interested in helping out should still call Leigh Miller Garry at (914) 833-1601. Announcements aside,
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Mark Stern
Before we get started can I just take a time-out to suggest a new rule that the Alumni Mag (and hopefully society at large) should adhere to? Can we dispense with unfunny and way-past-hip Wayne's World phraseology?
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"Rarely have so many people been so wrong about so much."—Richard Nixon 1985. Hey, ho! Whaaaaattt's shaking everyone? Let's just start right out with this month's "Brush with Fame" victim. The one, the only, our very
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1987
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Meaghan Crone Ramsden
As I write this column to appear two months from now in November, I am wondering who will be in the Presidential seat. Bush or Clinton? Or Perot? Certainly this campaign has awakened lots of lively interest in
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Must've been a full moonsome utterly random missives in the mailbag this month. We'll do our best to segue.
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
I find that I have two modes of Dartmouth memory. One is a liquid omnipresence in my mind, the "sense of place," if you will; the other is represented by capsules of interaction with specific people at isolated moments
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Recent studies have shown that if you don't pick up a pen and write me some news within a few minutes of your reading this column, you probably won't write at all.
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1991
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Sue Shankman
I'm finally settled into working in the Big Apple, doing die commuter thing, and living with the 'rents. My mail is slowly being forwarded from Chicago, hence the lack of news in last month's issue. If you are still sending
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
I have to submit this column to the magazine two months before it comes out; so by the time the news gets to you, fit's a bit old. A great way to keep the notes reasonably current is to get your news to me as soon as it
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GIVE AROUSE
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Stuart C. Finch '42, named Physician of the Year by New Jersey division of the American Cancer Society
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Alumni Award: Adrian “Whip” Walser ’32
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It's not easy to sing his praises in a few words when 3,000 could hardly suffice. His was an all-inclusive undergraduate career, including membership on the 1930 intercollegiate waterpolo championship team. Whip obviously got his feet
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Deaths
Deaths
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This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since we prepared 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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