Issue: 19921201

Tuesday, December 1, 1992
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We Defy Frost and Storm To Bring You...
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Winter 1992 • Volume 85 • Number 4
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
A Fluxus Ruckus
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Flatigiojus Flubdubbery
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Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Divers Notes & Observations
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"E. Wheelock"
ONCE AGAIN, UNLESS YOU have recently taken up speleology as a profession, you must have seen the news of the magnificent gifts to the College by John W. Berry '44, by his son George '66, by the Loren M.
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SIMON PEARCE
SIMON PEARCE
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On The Hill For Winter 1992
Keep The Fraternities All-Male
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TO SHOW YOU HOW far things have changed in academia, the very institution that once worked hard to keep the sexes from mixing in houses is now seriously discussing forcing them into mixing. To the deans'
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The Houses Should All Go Coed
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OUR IMPERTINENT friend above equates groups that have a small and not always welcome presence on campus with members of a large and powerful majority.
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Football From Down Under
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Robert Sullivan '75
I DIDN'T TAKE GEOGRAPHY when I was in Hanover, but I reckon (as they say down here) that if you take a sharp stick and poke it into the earth at the 50-yard line of Memorial Field and keep pushing, it'll pop out
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WHAT DO YOU PLAN AS YOUR CULMINATING SENIOR EXPERIENCE?
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Ross NOVA '94
Spot Poll
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On The Hill For Winter 1992
Eight To Seven
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THE ANNUAL U.S. News & World Report ranking of "America's best colleges and universities" shows Dartmouth in a tie for seventh place with Duke University, one notch higher than last year.
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IT'S A THAI
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PROFESSOR FRANCIS Kennedy of the Thayer School faculty was awarded a Fulbright grant to spend the fall term lecturing at the Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand.
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Two For Two
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THE DISTINGUISHED Undergraduate Award of the New Hampshire Psychological Organization has gone to Pamela Lang '92. The association's companion award for Distinguished Graduate Student went to psychology
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The Hop's Two Million
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THE HOPKINS CENTER'S 25-year-old Center Theater will receive a state-of-the-art facelift, and a maintenance endowment, thanks to a $2 million gift from Mrs. Lansing Porter Moore '37. The theater is to be renamed
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Four Million For Three
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A $4.4 MILLION GRANT establishing the Dairy Research Institute for Nutrition and Colon Cancer has been donated by the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board, and is being shared among the Dartmouth-Hitchcock
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Another Pair
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ROBERT H. NUTT '49
TWO FEDERAL GRANTS totaling almost $445,000 have been awarded to the Dartmouth Ethics Institute to study ethical issues in academic research. The grants come from the National Science Foundation and the Department
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A Classic Done Out Loud
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YOU'VE READ THE book (we sincerely hope), you've seen the movie. Now you can hear the transcendent novella by Norman Maclean '24, A River RunsThrough It, in your car. Montana-born author Ivan Doig reads the
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What's Our Place?
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This is the first of a series of occasional columns by Emily Bakemeier '82 president of the Alumni Council.
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Prof Note
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KAREN ENDICOTT
A NATIVE TALKS TO COLUMBUS
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On The Hill For Winter 1992
The Anti-Doctor Doctor
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Tig Tillinghast '93
IN A MASS-MAILED BROCHURE, JULIAN WHITAKER '63 describes the typical doctor's modus operandi: "Ignore you until you get sick, drug you up, cut you open, bombard you with radioactive beams, charge you an arm and a leg, and
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Rush Takes Its Time
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Ross NOVA '94
AFTER SETTING BACK fraternity rush to sophomore fall, the deans have eased up a bit, allowing the Inter-Fraternity Council to establish new rules to bring back the unaffiliated houses and help the smaller
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Down With The Boss-Man
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JONATHAN DOUGLAS '92
The Future of American business depends on sweeping changes in management style and structure, says Dan Dimancescu '64, guest faculty member at the Thayer School of Engineering and author of The Seamless
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On The Hill For Winter 1992
Dartmouth Policy: Take A Breather
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JONATHAN DOUGLAS '92
TWO RECENTLY published studies conducted at Dartmouth may point colleges and universities in new health-policy directions. One study that focused on college alcohol policies found that rules allowing for a "good
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On The Hill For Winter 1992
Marching Band Stands
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Taren Lent '96
Oral Exchange
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Presidential Range
A Word to The Able
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James O. Freedman
"Far from an official institutional statement, it was a personal, even idiosyncratic letter."
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Winter: Zum, Zum, Zum...An Omnibus
Winter: Zum, Zum, Zum...An Omnibus
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WITHOUT WINTER there would be no Outing Club. (Fred Harris '11 founded it because, he said, "I honestly couldn't understand how over a thousand red-blooded fellows could stay housed up through the glorious winter.") Without winter,
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Winter: Zum, Zum, Zum...An Omnibus
Olympic Heights
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DARTMOUTH athletes have participated in every Winter Olympics since 1924. At Lake Placid in 1932, John Shea '34 received two gold medals in speed skating. Other winners include Chiharu Igaya '57, who won a
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Darthmouth's First Winter Camper
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IN THE MIDWINTER of 1772-73, John Ledyard obtained President Eleazar Wheelock's permission to spend the night sleeping with a few friends amid ever-green boughs at Velvet Rocks. Wheelock granted leave on the
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Winter: Zum, Zum, Zum...An Omnibus
IN THOSE DAYS, IT WAS ALL DOWNHILL FROM THERE
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DURING THE 1930s there was actually 11 more opportunity for downhill skiing in Hanover than there is today-which was a good thing, since the Skiway was not in operation. A 1,150-foot rope tow ran up Mel Adams (now called Oak) Hill near Starrs Pond.
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Winter: Zum, Zum, Zum...An Omnibus
You Think It Was Tough?
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IN 1867, College spin doctors dubbed the period starting January 11 "Spring Term."
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Survival Gear
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AMONG THE ITEMS in Dartmouth's "realia" collection are the grub box belonging to Arctic explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson (including a can of pemmican) and Daniel Webster's Franklin stove (complete with
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THE CARNIVAL PLACE TO BE: TWO ON THE AISLE
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DURING THE twenties, Memorial Field was a center of Carnival attractions, including ice shows and toboggan competitions.
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Dartmouth's Winter Prophet
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BY THE TIME HE entered Dartmouth in 1907 Fred Harris '11 of Brattleboro, Vermont, was proficient not only in cross-country skiing but also in the manufacture of skis, which he made for his friends and
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Downhill Firsts At Moosilauke
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THE FIRST OFFICIAL downhill ski race in the East was held in 1927 at Moosilauke and billed as the Dartmouth Ski Championship. The course covered four and a half miles, down the Carriage Road from the
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FROM "A SEASONAL. RECORD"
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Cleopatra Mathis
Still driven by astonishment of destruction and renewal, I've gone down panting in the orchard, a fool in the snow sinking in the hollows, and more snow falling as I plod down the row of the counted and diminished. At the end a
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Winter: Zum, Zum, Zum...An Omnibus
CHILLING SCENE
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BRAVING SUB-ZERO, BLIZZARD conditions, Lillian Gish enacted the most famous scene of the 1920 movie "Way Down East": Gish unconscious on the ice at the confluence of the White and Connecticut Rivers. The crew
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Zum, Zum, Zum, Zum, Zum, Zum, Zuu,
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BUT HERE by the fire we defy frost and storm, Ha, ha! we are warm, And we have our hearts' desire.
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MOUNTAIN CLIMBING ACCORDING TO SCHLITZ
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KNOCK WITH A hammer!" shouts the crowd in unison. "Answer with a wrench!"
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Deadly Squall
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ON FEBRUARY 21, 1959, a single-engine plane operated by two physicians, Ralph Miller '24 and Robert Quinn, crashed during a sudden snow squall en route from Berlin to Lebanon, New Hampshire, setting off the largest—and
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Know Your Place
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George J.Demko
To get the other Ivy schools to reinstate their banished geography departments, what we need is a good war.
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Rethinking the Stacks
Rethinking The Stacks
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Tig Tillinghast '93
We have seen the library of the future, and it includes books.
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Rethinking the Stacks
The Library Culture
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"This may well be the last of Dartmouth's library expansions."
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Rethinking the Stacks
With Hard-bound Books, Who Needs Digital?
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CURRENTLY Dartmouth students and faculty can lookup all of Baker's books in a huge, networked computer database called the Online Catalog. They cannot see the full text of all the books, but they can see all the bibliographical
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Rethinking the Stacks
Technology Now and in the Future
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TO DATE, Dartmouth's major academic computing achievements focus on a suite of information-seeking programs collectively called DCIS, for Dartmouth College Information Services. One program, Navigator, displays a list of all
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Rethinking the Stacks
The Ether Library
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ESSENTIALLY, the location of the library becomes irrelevant," said Nancy Hossfeld, who manages Dartmouth's computer network. "There isn't anything you can put on computers that you can't port through the net to any room on
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Rethinking the Stacks
What's Next?
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THE NEXT THING IS SOUND, images, video," said Hossfeld, "as well as the eternal search for more resources and materials to computerize." She admitted, however, that not everything can be recorded digitally. "The Hood Museum has
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Rethinking the Stacks
Musical Buildings
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BECAUSE the only contiguous undeveloped property owned by Dartmouth resides just north of Baker, expansion of the library will start there. In exchange for playing fields north of the campus and $225,000,
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From the Man Who Ought to Know
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THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS ON THE BOOK
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A Treasured White Elephant
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THE CATALOG: THERE ARE THOSE WHO LOVE IT
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How To Automate Venality
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Tig Tillinghast
THE TERM PAPER OF THE NINETIES
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Over Five Million Served
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LIBRES BY THE NUMBERS
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Cure1 For The Common Cold2 Proven3 At Dartmouth4!
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TIG TILLINGHAST '93
1 Well, not exactly a cure, but closer than anything else that's been invented. 2 Of course, there's more than one common cold, but the treatment seems to work on the most common common- cold varieties. 3 Scientists hate that word, and so does the Food and Drug Administration. But would you be reading this article if the title had "Successful Trials Conducted" in it? Who do you think we are, the New England Journal of Medicine? 4 Yes, actually on campus. We'll stand by that word.
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LEXUS
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Minding Our Business
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RONALD GREEN
The complexity of corporate decision-making today compels us to examine the moral reasoning behind it.
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Religion Professor Ronald Green:
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Karen Endicott
"The hour or two spent with students in class is usually too precious to waste on lectures."
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Prof's Choice
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Evolving values, legalities, and business decisions.
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XOXO
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MARTHA E DIEBOLD REAL ESTATE
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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The Hanover Inn
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1993 Dartmouth Club Seminars
1993 Dartmouth Club Seminars
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Just in time for my deadline came a batch of newsy notes which had been sent to our faithful treasurer, HopeFrey, along with class dues.
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1921
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Lucy Briggs
Does any Dartmouth student nowadays have any idea of the hazing that once went on, projected onto the freshmen by the sophomores who had just finished their rite of passage, and all supported by tradition considered
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Happy Holidays to All! Twenty-two, last of the small classes, delights in welcoming '96, the youngest class, into the Dartmouth fellowship. They matriculated with a little uncertainty, wondering how they were going to
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Stan Chittick reports he had lunch with Ted Nilsen in late July on Ted's 90th birthday. He reports that Ted was up from Florida to attend a family party that same night. Roily Taylor reported that he and Edna have sold
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Sad word from Dick Colton: "My beloved wife, Howell, passed away on Saturday, September 12." Dick married Howell, his second wife, in 1941. They had three children. Our deep condolences.
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1926
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Don Norstrand
Hinsdale Smith, our oldest classmate, celebrated his 91st birthday September 17 at his Suffield, Conn., home. (While his vision could be better, and his dental work and walking ability are limited, he is otherwise
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
There was a mini-reunion in Hanover September 19 when Rog and Lolly Bury, Rog's brother Bill '35, Bob and Franchot Long, and Dow Mills met at the Penn game on a brisk fall afternoon for a picnic lunch before the game.
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CLASS NOTES
1928
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
George A. Bell
Awhile back Curly Prosser, our class president since the 60th Reunion, exchanged jobs with Mutt Jennings, who had been a vice president, in order to concentrate on arrangements for the 65th Reunion. Of course Mutt's
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1929
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[no value]
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Mary Lougee
Charlie Dudley recently gave a Scandinavian slide show at Kendal, which I attended. He has some beautiful slides of Norway, where he and Fran have traveled more extensively than I, as it was an occupied country while I
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
October, and I'm barely home from September's mini, but this is the last column in which I can send a year-end message. A short year! From sunny, hot, dry, Arizona I send you all warm holiday greetings and wishes for a
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
On the Sunday just before Hurricane Andrew hit, Marion Anundson took her mother from their home in Bokeelia to stay with friends in Port Charlotte, north of Andrews projected track. They returned Tuesday noon to be
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1932
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[no value]
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Joe Roberts
"Alumni of an educational institution are like the wake of a ship; they spread out and ultimately disappear, but not until they make a few waves" (Anonymous).
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CLASS NOTES
1933
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John S. Monagan
The '33 mini-reunion on the weekend of October 3 was a great success. Waxy Wright reports that 30 people attended and had a great time. Jack Manchester managed the event and delivered a hilarious account of his and
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CLASS NOTES
1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Bob and Eleanor Balgley kept their promise to see me en route to their family party at Stratton Mountain. Good to learn how much they en joyed the maiden voyage of Crown Jewel from Barcelona to New York. Now, back to
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CLASS NOTES
1935
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William H. Mathers
Bill Fitzhugh and A1 Ritchie organized another enjoyable mini-reunion in October with 87 in attendance, including 42 alumni, 36 wives, five widows, and four guests. On Friday Don Hagerman interviewed two of our
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CLASS NOTES
1936
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Ross Martindale
Our fall mini-reunion, September 18-19, started in great style on Friday night with cocktails and a delicious buffet dinner at Dowd's Country Inn in Lyme. Dowd's is new to us, and food and setting received very
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CLASS NOTES
1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Spirits were high as the Dartmouth band passed our mini-reunion tailgate party at East Wheelock and Park Streets. The skies had cleared, and we had much to cheer about as Dartmouth opened die defense of the Ivy League
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CLASS NOTES
1938
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Gene Waggaman
IT'S ABOUT TIME. As chairman of Elgin Clock, Jeny Hochberg made every minute count. So much so that he clocked in five fall years of consulting with the company after his alleged retirement. He's still putting his time
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CLASS NOTES
1939
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Richard S.Jackson
We are happy to go into this Christmas season without the necessity of recounting the passing of another classmate since our last. Huzzah! By our unofficial figures our numbers stand at 313 graduates extant, and 83
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CLASS NOTES
1940
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Chet Berry
Not only did Sam Williams preside over our class meeting in his usual relaxed way prior to the Penn football game, but he invited us all to his new condo for our pre-game picnic. That, plus good weather and the
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CLASS NOTES
1941
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Dick Jachens
Scratching in the bottom of a nearly empty mailbag, I'm cheered by the thought that Christmas is coming. I'm sure (?) to be deluged with many newsy notes from '41s who wish to share their holiday joy, views on the human
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CLASS NOTES
1942
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Alex Fanelli
It was nice to get a note from Walter Eisenman, along with a check for the 50th Reunion Yearbook which I sent him at his request. Walter—whose bio, alas, you won't find in the 50th book—says, "Have been retired from
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CLASS NOTES
1943
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Charles R. Cusack
Today was not good! Have you ever stopped by three stores within 30 minutes and been offered senior discounts at all three without even asking for them? Depressing!
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CLASS NOTES
1944
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Fritz Hier
There may be a snowflake or two by the time this hits the newsstands, but there was sunshine enough in Hanover October 15-17 when the troops and their troopesses gathered for our annual fall mini-reunion And, mind you,
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CLASS NOTES
1945
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Art Pounds
Here's the latest on '45s in the San Francisco Bay area: Hunt Bennett lives in San Francisco. He married his second wife, Ann, 15 years ago and retired from Newsweek five years later. He and Ann travel a lot to Europe
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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James M. Coleman
The credit for this report goes 100 percent to BobKimball. Because I was unable to make our mini-reunion I asked Bob to give me a full report of the activities and to give me the names of all who were wise enough to attend.
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CLASS NOTES
1947
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Ham Chase
'We're in between! Too late to urge all to attend our class meeting in Hanover, and too early to report on the event. But from several potential attendees comes news.
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CLASS NOTES
1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
North Country old-timers advise that the recent comparatively wet Hanover summer led to the most colorful fall leaf season in several generations of Dartmouth-area history. And Bud Gedney reports that the '48 mini over
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CLASS NOTES
1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
Do you now wonder where the year has gone as 1993 looms ahead? Probably by then all of our class should qualify for senior-citizen discounts.
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CLASS NOTES
1950
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Jack Kent
Well, here goes . . . Proud husband Tom O'Connell writes that actress, author, PBS producer, TV critic, and playwright Annie Ludlum wrote a play that opened off-Broadway in October. Tom continues to teach Spanish
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CLASS NOTES
1951
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Bill Brooks
Fall Weekend: So much to tell ... so little space! We arrived at Lu and Peter Martin's deli Friday evening. Luannounced that rain had cancelled the parade, but it didn't matter because "this is the funnest activity I have
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CLASS NOTES
1952
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Henry Williams Jr
Cold-turkey retirement has been a success for Roy T. Abbott, our first classmate alphabetically and one of the tallest. He and his wife, Lee, miss their New Jersey friends but love Stuart, Fla. He does not miss the
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CLASS NOTES
1953
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Fred Carleton
Ted Spiegel won the prestigious Edward Mayer Award for educational leadership in direct marketing. Just as my awe of this was subsiding, I picked up "Target Marketing Magazine and found Ted staring up at me as one of
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CLASS NOTES
1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr
Should this column be submitted? It comes as a debilitating shock to realize that, ten days before deadline, I do not have any copy to enter into my friendly word processor. How could this happen to your diligent
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Dick Blodgett
With the return of fall to New England my thoughts turn to memories of football games in Hanover and the glorious colors on the hillsides beyond. And Dartmouth football brings back visions of our classmates who played
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CLASS NOTES
1956
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Tom Harper
Dartmouth Night, or Homecoming as it is now called, was a huge success in Hanover. The weather was crisp and autumnal, and the football team beat Yale handily. Many classmates made the trek to the Plain, and enjoyed the
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Richard F. Perkins
We parked and hurried past the gymnasium and around the corner where Dartmouth Night was about to start. Sure enough, the crowd was assembling: class signs, an oompa-pa band on the back of a truck, flags, and fur coats.
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Pete Kelsey
I was in Hanover for Dartmouth Night and the fall class meeting. At Pete Williamson's house in the hills just outside of Lyme, Skip Louis struck the gavel to call our classmates together for our meeting. Joe Jacquet
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year. My December column has been turned over to the very inspirational Howard Greene. As my gift to you, his letter is printed in its entirety—I know you'll enjoy it. The
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CLASS NOTES
1961
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Bob Conn
We had a marvelous time at the mini-reunion on Dartmouth Night Weekend, with one of the largest '61 turnouts in recent memory. Our class dinner Saturday night became a six-course French dinner at Tony and Theresa Field's
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CLASS NOTES
1962
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Charlie Giersch
Mercifully, we have made it through another U.S. Presidential campaign. We have had nine presidents who have guided our class since 1958 without a single impeachment or hint of porkbarrel (maybe some minor scandals, but
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CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry Zlokower
Citicorp's stock fell to a six-month low in October following the surprising announcement that Rick Braddock, its president and second-ranking officer, had resigned. While the stock drop was also influenced by
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CLASS NOTES
1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Don Boardman and Rick Davey have agreed to co-chair the class of '65 50th Birthday Celebration. They are building on the original groundwork laid by Ken McGruther in the past year. All of us will be hearing more about
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Larry Geiger
Where has John Barbieri been for the last 26 years? If you said England, you're right. With the exception of two years at the University of Virginia earning an M.B.A. in the late sixties and a one-year corporate stint
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
After last month's travelogue, visiting classmates abroad, I thought we should check in on our friends living north of the border. We currently have nine '67s who have a mailing address in Canada, and I have something
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Parker J. Beverage
A tip of the green derby again to Head Class Agent Mark Waterhouse, Deputy Class Agent Bob Block, and their band of volunteers, and a hearty round of snaps for all classmates who contributed to the 1992 Alumni Fund. With
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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[no value]
Rick Willets
Deke Olmsted has received the Dartmouth Alumni Continuing Education Award for his work in organizing the Pacific Northwest Alumni Seminar over the last several years. The citation he received was rather wordy
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Jon Einsidler
It's fall here in the Northeast (actually it's fall everywhere, I know, but here it's special, as you all know and remember). Excuse the temporary oxygen drought between the ears, but I'm looking forward to Homecoming
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
I thought I had been complaining about the lack of news for years, but apparently I have only just figured out how to do it properly. Amazingly enough, both Harley Kaufman's dad and Doug Jaeger took up their pens on
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary Donovan
"Ail infield fly is a fair fly ball (not including a line drive or an attempted bunt) which can be caught by an infielder with ordinary effort, when first and second, or first, second, and third bases are occupied, before
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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[no value]
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W. Blake Winchell
It is clear that the recession has severely affected the class of '75, having reduced disposable income to the level where postage stamps are not part of the budget. My mail-box is feelin' mighty lonely these days.
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Amy Gillenson
Mini-Reunion Chair Brewer Doran tells us that a mini-reunion is officially defined as "any gathering of six or more alums from the same class" at any time, anywhere. Caught up with Brewer at our (yes, it was official) mini
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Douglas M. Ireland
I am three issues into my new responsibilities as class secretary and I am very excited about the news that has come my way. However, I want to change roles to movie critic for a minute and recommend "A River Runs
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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[no value]
Brooks Clark
"I love this planet," declared Admiral James Stockdale in the vice presidential debate. As it turns out, many '78s do too.
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
Thanks to a dearth of mail, I can get to the point. Carol and Chip DeBelius added a second daughter to the fold: Megan Carothers was born on May 8. Chip also reports that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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[no value]
Michael H. Carothers
Tales From the Crypt, Volume XIII, Chapter 4. From here to maternity: Well, I've waited long enough. It's time to be selfish. The big news this month is ours—and it is wonderful. On September 23 Betsy gave birth to a
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
Middle age is surely approaching. I found myself on the Boston-New York Shuttle, with a broad array of possible free reading materials such as Cycle Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and other scintillating periodicals.
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Peter Frechette
Welcome to New England, home of tine permanent autumn. The summer never got warm, so maybe the winter won't get too cold.
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
The holidays are here! The snow dusts the ground in Chicago! The wind howls. And so does my new daughter Alexandra, who arrived in a hurry courtesy of my wife, Andrea, and the stork on October 9. I am a very proud Papa these
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CLASS NOTES
1984
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Brad Hutensky
For those who usually skim this column and read only about the names they recognize, I provide the following. Classmates, including Your Name Here, take note: our Tenth Reunion is set for the weekend end of June
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Rick Joyce
I'm listening to the "Grateful Dead Hour" on the radio. Disc jockey: Now for my next interviewee, the publisher of Deadbase—a statistical database of all the Dead's concert playlists. (RJ: Huh?!) All the way from
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
We'd all like t'vote fer th' best man, but he's never a candidate."—"Kin " Hubbard.
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
A festive holiday season to all! And may the New Year be filled with opportunities and joy for you and your families. In light of my new responsibilities, I've taken to reading the wedding announcements in the Sunday New
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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[no value]
Chuck Young
Pretty soon you will buy or receive a 1993 calendar. What better time to seize the days of June 15, 16, and 17 for our Fifth Reunion? Let that be the first thing you enter on those pristine sheets of paper, before
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CLASS NOTES
1990
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
John Aronsohn
Our whole class owes a great deal to Laurilyn Goettsch this month, as she sent the only substantive letter to arrive in time for inclusion in this column. If Laurilyn hadn't written, you are reading what would have been
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CLASS NOTES
1991
[no value]
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[no value]
Sue Shankman
I hope everyone had a great time at Homecoming, and that those of you who attended are now excited to share all the news and gossip with your fellow'91s who were too busy working, studying, or roaming the girdled earth.
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CLASS NOTES
1992
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Jessie W. Levine
If you never win contests, don't give up yet. There is always hope. A great example is Yoo Jin Kim, the recent fourth-place finisher Jin a Boston Au Bon Pain's "Guess the Weight of Our Pumpkin" contest. I haven't been
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Article
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Give A Rouse
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Malcom Clarke '22 and Ted Wolf '30, together ranked number-one in the country in Super Senior doubles tennis in the over-85 age group
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Alumni Award: William Jester Montgomery '52
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Born in Missouri, raised in California, and a world traveler for much of his life, Bill has long had a deep stake in the Hanover Plain. One of the College's legends, Warner Bent ley, persuaded him that Hanover was the place to learn
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Obituary
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, usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or in a later one.
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