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Monday, February 1, 1993
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Why Americans Can't Argue
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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February 1993 • Volume 85 • Number 5
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Romance's Rough Edges
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Biological Drives
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Fidelity Investments
Fidelity Investments
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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Dartmouth is in Town Whenever You're in New York
Dartmouth is in Town Whenever You're in New York
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On The Hill for February 1993
Downwardly Mobile
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Rich Demerle '92
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, the number of entry level jobs open to graduating seniors has sunk by close to one third." U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, 9/21/92
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On The Hill for February 1993
Posthu-Mously, Norman Maclean Takes On a New Element
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Robert Sullivan '75
NORMAN MAclean '24. has received extraordinary posthumous celebrity. Not only did Robert Redford's movie "A River Runs Through It" receive uniformly fine notices last summer and gain for Maclean's novella
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On The Hill for February 1993
Chance
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A TWO-YEAR, $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation is helping support an experimental math and statistics course called "Chance," in which undergraduates apply principles of probability and
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On The Hill for February 1993
Voce
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MUSIC PROFESSOR Melinda O'Neal has been appointed to the music advisory panel of the National Endowment for the Arts. She will help evaluate choral proposals.
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On The Hill for February 1993
Ranks
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BUSINESS WEEK'S THIRD survey of U.S. business schools found that Tuck ranks first in student satisfaction—for the third time. The school ranks second in having the most new M.B.A.s placed by the time they graduated,
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On The Hill for February 1993
Thanks
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THE DARTMOUTH community arts-support organization known as The Friends of the Hop and the Hood won the 1992 New Hampshire Governor's Council award for volunteerism.
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On The Hill for February 1993
F.O.B.
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BATHSHEBA AND PRESident James O. Freedman were among the 500 families shmoozing with the Clintons at the annual wonkathon called the Renaissance Retreat in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
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On The Hill for February 1993
Heavy Metal
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Robert H. Nutt '49
THIS MAGAZINE HAS won three 1992 Ozzies for design excellence from Magazine Design & Production. The gold was for the May 1992 cover ("Dogs Clamantis in Deserto"). The silver was for Best Overall Design,
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On The Hill for February 1993
Hillel Gets Another House
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Ross Nova '94
JUDAISM'S PRESENCE AT Dartmouth is growing once again. The College, after receiving hundreds of complaints about the small size of the current Hillel House, plans to build a new $2.2 million facility to be called
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On The Hill for February 1993
Rocky Redux
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Ross Nova '94
LAST MONTH THE Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences began a year-long celebration of its tenth anniversary. The highlight of the year is a series of lectures entitled "Populations at Risk in
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On The Hill for February 1993
How Many Ivy League Rappers Do You Know?
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Ross Nova '94
NOW YOU KNOW of two: Patrick Steele '92 and Barry Cole '93, who together form the rap group The King & I. Their first album, "World Tribe," is scheduled for release early this year. The label is the group's own,
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On The Hill for February 1993
The Other Presidential Canidate
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Ross Nova '94
IF, LAST FALL, YOU HAPPENED TO GLANCE DOWN your ballot sheet past Clinton, Bush,and Perot, you may have seen the name John Hagelin. Following in the footsteps of fellow Greener Paul Tsongas '62, Hagelin, class of '76, vied for the
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On The Hill for February 1993
The Campus Takes a Crack at Dartmouth's Portfolio
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Ross Nova '94
NOW THAT THE TRUSTEES HAVE pulled out the College's investments in companies doing business with South Africa, are Dartmouth officials breathing any easier? Hardly. Now comes an environmentalinvestment issue: Dartmouth's
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On The Hill for February 1993
Iran's Bum Rap
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Karen Endicott
HISTORY PROFESSOR GENE Garth waite made history himself in January 1991, when he became the first American scholar allowed into Iran for research since the Iranian Revolution of 1979. Garthwaite's post-revolution travels,
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On The Hill for February 1993
A Compressed Life
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John Kemeny
ON DECEMBER 26, FORMER President John Kemeny died of a heart attack at his home in Etna. He was 66 an early age for most, but this man had led a remarkably compressed life.
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DUKE'S WORLD
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ROBERT SULLIVAN '75
A casual tip about a one-dollar novel put the author in distant orbit around some big (and listen, we're talking really big) stars.
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Singing for Walter
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Sydney Lea
Two springs ago a group of people gathered in Faculty Lounge to celebrate the birthday of Professor Emeritus Walter Arndt. A number read from Arndt's own world-famous translations, though a few others had written original
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For The Sake Of Argument
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Jay Heinrichs
Why do americans sue so much? Why is one of the original liberal arts obsure and maligned today? Some rhetorical answers... The case for reviving rhetoric.
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Roller Screaming
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John Morton
In cross-country skiing, sometimes you have to coach by the seat of the pants.
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The Coach as Competitor
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JOHN MORTON IS ONE,IN A LINE of coaching athletes football's Buddy Teevens '78 and soccer's Bobby Clark come to mind whose own prowess wins the respect of students. But Morton, who coached Dartmouth skiing from 1978 to 1989, is
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Presidential Range
The Idealist a Leader
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James O. Freedman
"Our need for heroes is as timely as our most recent moment of personal doubt or despair."
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Imagining the Orient
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Douglas Haynes
Beyond the Taj Mahal and the Temple of Doom lie the truer portraits of India.
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Prof's Choice
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Caste, the Raj, and Karma Cola.
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History Professor Douglas Haynes
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Karen Endicott
"I turned back to India."
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CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Peg (Mrs. Franklin) Johnson in West Palm Beach sends news of a lovely new family member, a girl born in the summer to Susan and Merrill Jr. She also writes that her oldest grandchild has been very ill but is making a
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1921
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Lucy Briggs
Harold Geilich has written a long, cheerful, very legible letter in pen and ink, something few of us can do nowadays. He is living in the Brittany condo development in South Palm Beach, Fla. He says, "My wife, Martha, and
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1922
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Leonard E. Mornssey
Twenty-two delights in the reports that Dartmouth received $30 million to expand and to modernize library facilities.
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Ken Montgomery had heart surgery October 9 double bypass and replacement of the aorta valve. All went well. At last report in late October he was doing well in recovery. We wish him the best!
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1926
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H. Donald Norstrand
October 29 saw the eighth annual convocation of the Dartmouth constituency at North Hill in Needham, Mass., with 22 qualified men, wives, and widows present. After miscellaneous toasts to 1769, dinner included guests Bob
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1927
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S. Dow Mills, M.D.
Responses to birthday cards were received from three classmates. Dud Bonsai has retired from the judiciary in New York City and lives in Bedford, Westchester County. He regrets missing our 65 th Reunion but hopes to
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1928
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George A. Bell
Incredibly, our 65th year is upon us. How did we get here so fast? Mark your calendars. Call the reservation desk at the Hanover Inn, 1-800-443-7024, for inclusion in the 1928 block. Registration Friday, June 25, 10
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1929
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Mary Lougee
There are some classes where a couple of people take turns doing a column for the Alumni Magazine. Not a bad idea! Some people apparently aren't quite sure where to send their news; however, the address of the class
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
We're indebted, first, to Ave Raube for his phone call alerting me to the deaths of Carll Buhler and Les Godwin, and to Harrison Condon for sending me a copy of Les's obituary from, I assume, a Boston paper. Also to
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
From Ruth Slaughter came a copy of the New Hampshire Historical Society's summer 1992 newsletter containing a photograph of the 1930s Yankee infielders Gehrig, Lazzeri, Crosetti, and Red Rolfe. I sent the page to John
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1932
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Joe Roberts
"Henrietta and I are happily retired from school Administration even though it is a rewarding job!" So writes Paul Cook from San Clemente, Calif. We wish you both a bunch of beautiful years ahead.
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Jack Manchester, our doughty chairman, reports that plans for our 60th Reunion, June 14—16,1993, are progressing favorably. Our committee is working hard, and an interesting series of events has been scheduled. Besides the
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
At Homecoming, the Yale game provided an exciting afternoon. In addition to us locals, Jack and Bobbie Tobin came up from Rhode Island, Nick and Betty Nanos all the way from Florida, and Ed and Jackie Marceau from
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1935
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William H. Mathers
We have just heard that Reg Bankhart, the editor of that superb newsletter the Tear Bag, recently suffered a slight stroke. Bob McLelland and Sax Zeimen were unable to attend the mini-reunion because of a quadruple bypass
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1936
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Ross Martindale
As they have done for several years now, Ed and Helen Higbee entertained a few '36ers in early November at their place on Barters Island, Maine. The group consisted of Brad Chase, Phyllis England, Pete Fitzherbert, Dede
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
James A. Michener received the Order of Magellan from the Circumnavigators Club in New York on November 20. Our own Charlie Blaisdell had the honor of presenting the award to this renowned author. Club members Ben Doran
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1938
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Gene Waggaman
MUSINGS FROM MID-AMERICA. In a reflective mood, Indianapolis's Bill McMurtrie recalled events in both the far and near pasts. "I once played inter-fraternicy hockey," he recalls. "In sneakers. I was a substitute goalie."
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1939
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Richard S.Jackson
We have made it through the Christmas season without having to report the departures of any more classmates. This makes two months in a row, and a perfect way to get into the new year. We are undoubtedly "firming up"
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1940
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Chet Berry
Bill Bumstead submits an item for the "Isn't it a small world" department: on a trip to Napa Valley he ran into Rick Collins, whom he had not seen for 55 years. Rick came to Dartmouth from La Jolla High School and roomed
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Dickjachens
Happy New Year to all of us! As survivors of 1992 (the less said the better), we can all hope for a happier, healthier year in 1993. Don and Betty Taber didn't let a little recession bother them last year. They had a
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
Those of you who heard Stu Finch's 50-Year Address at the 50th Reunion will hardly be surprised to learn that Stu has been named Physician of the Year by the New Jersey division of the American Cancer Society.
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1943
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Charlie Cusack
Newsletter Editor Howie Leavitt probably already reported our successful mini October 16-18. Briefly then, the principal players were Pauline and Bob Field, who again handled the logistics admirably; Bud Kast, who
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1944
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Fritz Hier
You have all read or heard about it by now, but it certainly bears retelling. In early November Dartmouth received a gift of $30 million, the largest in its 223 year history. John Berry gave $25 million of the total,
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1945
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C.A. Rowan
Here's the remaining scoop on San Francisco Bay Area '45s, gathered by Ted McCrum, Nick Nichols, and Art Pounds: Jim Knowles has retired from Lloyds Bank and is living in Alameda. He keeps active as a director of a small bank
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1946
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James M. Coleman
You won't read this until February 1993, so if what I write is old hat by then you can write your Congressman. But not Frank Guarini. As previously reported, Frank stepped down at the end of the year. He represented
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1947
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Ham Chase
What a weekend! More '47s than ever attended our fall mini-reunion, October 1618, staying at the cozy Norwich Inn, enjoying the rally and the bonfire, and really enjoying the Yale football game. Ed Grady, who is his
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
Last November's final game of Dartmouth's 110th football season was fought in Princeton's Palmer Stadium, the 71st encounter between these two old rivals. It was a classic showdown, as have been so many of the 37
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
The fall mini-reunion was blessed with good weather on Saturday and Sunday but damp and cool on Friday night so that the usual parade was abbreviated. The business meeting of class officers and executive committee approved
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1950
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Jack Kent
About the time you read this, the winter mini-reunion will be shaping up in Hanover for the weekend of February 12-14. It may be too late to make this one, but think about a future one (like next October 29-31).
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1951
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Bill Brooks
With the Super Bowl in the news it's not too late to write about '51 fans gathering in Boston over October's last weekend to see another Green whumping of Harvard. Afterwards, Sherry and John Hatch hosted a dinner at
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
It would be hard to find anyone in Jersey City who does not know Julian Robinson. When he received the Christopher Columbus Quincentennial Medal last fall, it was said that the recipients are "widely known and
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1953
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Fred Carleton
We're on the backstretch for our 40th. All you planaheads block out June 14—17 right now. It's also time to send in recommendations to the nominating committee Don Goss, Paul Paganucci, Bob Simpson, Dick Blum, and Fred
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts
There was an excellent turnout at the class meeting on Saturday morning, October 17, right in die middle of Dartmouth Night Weekend. There were 29 classmates in attendance: Bob Adnopoz, Don Berlin, Bob Berry, Dick Danforth,
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
A very successful fall minireunion was held in Hanover in connection with the Dartmouth Homecoming Weekend. The festivities began with a class reception in Blunt Alumni Center during the Friday night bonfire and Dartmouth
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1956
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Tom Harper
A pair of "Bury the Hatchet" Reunion Socks to Bert Whittemore for calling with news. He reports that Al Voulgaris is alive and well in Nashua, as is Sam Hull in Bedford, N.H. Sam has become a world-class expert in power
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1957
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Dick Perkins
'Topics of interest at our class meeting in October were too numerous to publish in a single article, thus I continue. The class supports the Smith-Woodward-Ripley dorm complex with a grant of $750 which enables the
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Skip Louis took gavel in hand and called our executive committee meeting to order at Pete Williamson's house in October. If you are ever yearning for a view of the Upper Valley, make arrangements to visit the
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
From our worthy West Coast correspondent Herb Schoenberg we find that he and Anne spent part of Labor Day weekend in San Diego with Bob Filderman, his wife, Marilyn, and their daughter Robin. Bob recently returned to
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
Joel Alvord was the hero of a piece on the front page of The New York Times financial section November 1 which recounted his successful effort to save the venerable Shawmut Bank from disaster amid New England's
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1961
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Bob Conn
Received from the Dartmouth Football Cheerleaders: "We would like to thank you and the class of 1961 for your generous donation of $500. The funding you provided us with is greatly appreciated; we will now be able to
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1962
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Charlie Giersch
The October DAM gave a "Rouse" to Tom Moorman, who had received the Thomas D. White USAF Space Trophy and the General James V. Hartinger Award for his contributions to the U.S. space effort. Now for the rest of the story:
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
David Downey fought in Vietnam, as did many other '63 s including class President Bruce Baggaley, an engineering officer on a mine sweeper in the Gulf of Tonkin. It is only fitting that Dave, of Goffstown, N.H., carry a
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1964
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Hal Rabner
Welcome classmates! 1993 is upon us. A new year, a new administration, and a reunion. First things first keep the dates June 14-17 open for the reunion. Pay your class dues, and be as responsive as possible to our class
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
For those who turn 50 this month, we hope you have a wonderful second half-century. I have news from the grand mini-reunion. The bonfire was impressive, the football team looked great as the Big Green rolled up a
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Larry Geiger
Dr. Peter Dorsen leads a double life. By day he is a sort of Marcus Welby on skis. He commutes from Minneapolis to Monticelo, Minn., where he tends to folks at a family practice clinic, puts in time at the Big Lake
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
This month's mail has produced major press coverage of two of our classmates. Fred Cowen, immediate past attorney general for the state of Kentucky, has joined a major Louisville law firm, Lynch, Cox, Oilman, and Mahan.
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1968
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Parker J. Beverage
Those of you residing in the Princeton, N.J., area might have caught a good article in the local biweekly last spring, regarding Tom Thompson and the American Boychoir School. Since June 1989 Tom has been headmaster of
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1969
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Rick Willets
Hugh Hill has opened an art gallery in Kent, Conn., having closed his Brooklyn gallery in 1990 because it was getting too dangerous. His new gallery, the Hugh A. Hill Gallery, is in Kent Town Center on Route 7 and is
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
Our last column left you hanging in suspense over the adventures of the David Noyes family. Were they plunging headlong into the abyss with real life imitating art (i.e. the television soaps as interpreted by son
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1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
Among this month's news is word that Stephen Hoverman was elected president of the medical staff of St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, N.Y. He is in private practice, specializing in internal, geriatric, and
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Jon Einsidler
Happy New Year to one and all! May 1993 bring all the good things that did not happen on your 1992 list and several more. I bring news from a glorious mid-October weekend in Hanover. The occasion was the Homecoming
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
In April of '91 I wrote about running into Warren Jurovaty on the commuter train and about how much he enjoyed working at John Hancock Properties. A few months later I was running into him in the lobby at Bank of
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Mary S. Donovan
It's hard to believe that as students we could help form each others' careers. In Butterfield dorm one sunny winter day, Bo Shenberger, Bruce Williamson, and others conspired to fill the tiny but impeccable room of David
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Amy Gillenson
Did you know that a member of our class ran for President? John Hagelin ran on the Natural Law Party line. I even caught one of his television commercials one night! Robert Bresticker, who received his B.A. in physics
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1977
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Douglas Ireland
"Come on Professor Gelfant, give me a break. I way underestimated the time required to finish my paper. With 24 more hours, I know I could turn in a great paper." This is my recollection of the last time I thought I
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Brooks Clark
On November 3 voters in Grafton County, N.H., faced the dilemma of choosing between two Dartmouth '78s Clifton Below and Rich Lougee for their representative to the New Hampshire General Court. In this unprecedented
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Tom O'Neil
Along with President Clinton and Vice President Gore, a number of'79s are celebrating recent promotions. T. Weymouth has been named a partner in Hogan & Hartson in Washington. T. specializes in international trade.
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Jim Goldman has been named director of new business development for the division of Nabisco that makes Fleischmann's and Blue Bonnet margarine. Jim promises to revolutionize the business by introducing a new product, "I
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1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
I'm on vacation, at the beach, taking a much-needed break from work. But of course it's raining and expected to for days, so the column will be written after all. I saw Bob Dewey on the train the other day with Mike
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1982
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Peter Frechette
Only a couple of missives received this month, as I'm sure everyone is saving up their stories for Reunion. Don't worry if you don't have any good ones. You can always make them up as I do.
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1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Happy New Year, troops. As we move collectively into the Clinton Era, here are a couple of gentle reminders [for your careful consideration:
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1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
This month is something of a milestone in that it marks the first time I have ever received enough mail to make frantic calls on the night before deadline unnecessary. Kim Dodge was kind enough to send me a photo from
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1985
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Mark Stern
I've definitely fallen from the good graces of the Dartmouth Development Department (I affectionately call them "DreaD"). The loyal readers among you will remember a shockingly witty class notes I wrote about six months ago
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"Let's talk some sense to the American people. Let's tell them the truth, that there are no gains without pains." Ross Perot? NO. Adlai E. Stevenson in his acceptance speech as a democratic nominee, 1952 convention.
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
'Happy snow season! Back in October I attended the Harvard-Dartmouth game in Cambridge and was able to catch up with or at least spot many familiar faces, including Liz O'Connell, at Harvard Business School after
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1988
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Chuck Young
Only five months until we celebrate (or, perhaps, concede) five years out! Here are some reminders as you think I ahead to June.
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1989
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Carrie Luft
Does anyone remember Valentine's boxes? Decorated with red wrapping paper, foil, scraps of lace, buttons, yarn, comic strips, or even the subversive Wacky Packs (such as " lop Slob" and "Uncle Ben's Perverted Rice"), each
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Kasie Nolan was named legislative assistant to Del. George Grayson (D) from the 97th district in Virginia. Brooks Preston spent last year teaching science in Colorado's Rocky Mountains, where he also got in some key ski
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CLASS NOTES
1991
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Sue Shankman
Those of you who are still living in the Upper Valley, or anyplace where your television set picks up the CBS affiliate out of Burlington, Vt., might Rave noticed a change insports personalities on your screen. Our famous
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1992
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Jessie Levine
Finally, some news from overseas has arrived. It's traveled a long way to get here, so pay attention. Jill Hopper writes from Bonn, Germany, where she has lived since receiving a German Parliament/ University of Bonn
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Give a Rouse
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Stanley A. Abercrombie '34, inducted into the Safety and Health Hall of Fame for his work in improving child safety
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Alumni Award: William Howe Carpenter '50
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Bill's is only one of four or five Dartmouth families who have had three generations of varsity football players: his father, class of 1923, himself, and son Bill '74. But his commitment to Dartmouth has gone far beyond the football
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Deaths
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This is a listing of deaths which have been reported to us 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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