Issue: 19930601

Tuesday, June 1, 1993
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Prodigal Son
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Alumni Gym, Hanover.
Alumni Gym, Hanover.
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Moose Mountain Realty
Moose Mountain Realty
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Rare Essentials
Rare Essentials
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Summer 1993 • Volume 85 • Number 9
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Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Benz
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6,7,8,9,42,43,49,50,51,52,53
Letters to the Editor
Letters
Faces Missing from the List
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Invisible Stars
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Merrill Lynch
Merrill Lynch
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Martha E. Dicbold
Martha E. Dicbold
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Martha E. Dieblold
Martha E. Dieblold
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
The Late Professor's Power of Zero
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Anthony J. Oestreicher '61
IT IS VERY LATE IN the evening during fall term, 1959. I am stretched out on the couch engrossed in For Whom the Bell Tolls, or maybe it's King Lear. Slide rule in hand, Connie, one of my roommates—a math/physics
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
The Review's Bedfellows Get Stranger
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Jay Heinrichs
Just when it seems as though the squabbles over the paper the campus loves to hate, the Dartmouth Review, are finally over, and the small band of conservative students at last settles down to producing an
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Happy (2,144-mile) Returns
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Robert Sullivan '75
When never my mother is staying at the Hanover Inn, as she was on a Saturday in early June, she likes to sit in a rocking chair on the porch which is what she was doing on this afternoon. She watches the world go by:
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Duke's World Revisited
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Robert Sullivan '75
In an aside in the profile of John C. "Duke" Hart '75 in the February issue, we alluded to Duke's next big Broadway affiliation, with the musical "The Who's Tommy" (known to us then and still simply as
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
The President and PC
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IN MAY PRESIDENT Freedman jumped into the debate over Leonard Jeffries, the controversial chair of the black studies department at City College of New York. A federal jury had decided that City College was wrong in
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Hold that Curriculum
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Karen Endicott
WHEN THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND Sciences voted last year to reform Dartmouth's curriculum, it was clear that the changes would require both reallocation of existing resources and some additional funding. In a spring-term
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Oral Exchange
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Remember Inhaling?
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Tall Man High Average
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Robert H. Nutt '49
Basketball center Crawford Palmer '93 has been named to the GTE Academic Ail-American first team. His stats include a 3.7 GPA.
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
DAAArtmouth
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Moody's investors Service has boosted the College's bond rating from Aa, past Aa1, to Aaa, a level enjoyed by only 11 other educational institutions in the country such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Notre
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Hooked on Data
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DARTMOUTH has joined with New England Telephone and NYNEX Science and Technology in a three-year test project that will allow students in New Hampshire and Vermont schools to access text, audio, video,
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
5% Solution
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The college's innovative Women in Science Project has received the largest grant in its three-year history, $300,000 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Arguably Good News
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DARTMOUTH debaters Ara Lovitt '94 and Steven Sklaver '94 beat 73 other teams in the 47th annual National Debate Tournament. The national title extends the College's decade-long dominance in debating.
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Nice Outcome
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Dr. John E. wennberg, director of the Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences and professor of epidemiology at Dartmouth Medical School, has received the 1993 Baxter Health Research Prize, the
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Merci
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The new york times is funding a new program to bring 15 to 20 students from Frederick Douglass High School in Harlem to Hanover this summer for John Rassias's ALPS French course.
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Beyond the Girdled Earth
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An 80-year-old Dartmouth flag from the College archives flew into outer space on the latest shuttle flight. Mission specialist James H. Newman '78 asked that it be brought on board.
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
DAM FINE
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For the second time in three years, courtesy of Newsweek's Sibley Award, the magazine you are reading has been named the nation's top magazine in education. DAM previously earned a Sibley in
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On The Hill for Summer 1993
Opeara's Showcaser
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Deen Engle '91
Robin Robinson is the grandmaster of College disc jockeys: his program on WDCR, the "Opera Showcase," is in its 35th year and is Dartmouth's longest-running radio show ever. "The toughest thing about it," Robinson admits, "is just getting to the
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18,19,20,21,22,23,24,46,47,48
Cover Story
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This Man Scanndalized Eleazar Wheelock
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Jerold Wikoff
This Man Scanndalized Eleazar Wheelock, DODGED his creditors, dropped OUT of college, INFURIATED Catherine Great, DIED vomiting on the shores of the Nile River... ...and continues to INSPIRE students to THIS day. cularly BAD luck on a global scale is why so FEW others remember Jonh Ledyard.
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John Ledyard's Perilous Journeys
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EVEN WHILE STILL A STUDENT, LEDYARD SHOWED a wanderlust unequalled by his peers. The global map above shows his approximate routes up to the moment he died. (1) After four months at Dartmouth he went AWOL with the St. Francis Indians
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THE PEMI AFFAIR
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KIRK SIEGEL'82
The White Mountains, nude swimming, a shot in the dark...what more could life hold in store?
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Trip to the sea
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Will Lange
Following the watery path of Ledyard, students and their elders canoe over a bed of enthusiastic alumni.
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Does a Bicycle Have a Soul?
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Lee Michaelides
Fumio Yoshimura finds one in wood.
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Rescuing the Wisdom of Vanishing Tribes
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Robert Eshman '82
Lisa Conte '81 wants to save the rainforest, cure the flu, and make her company a lot of money.
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HANOVER
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Developed by Northland of New Hampshire. Inc.
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Presidential Range
A New Dartmouth Tradition
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James O. Freedman
The Presidential Lecture series celebrates the life of the mind, the excitement of intellectual interchange, and the disciplined pursuit of ideas that matter."
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SHIPMAN ASSOCIATES
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The Hanover Inn
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Making the Walls Talk
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Karen Endicott
Deep in the hood Museum there is a picture of Dartmouth Row in the 1840s. Visiting Professor Marlene Elizabeth Heck uses it as a case study in her course on the history of architecture. Dartmouth Hall
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Prof's Choice
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Marlene Elizabeth Heck
Architecture, culture, and life's little things
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Seven Hearths
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1918
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Pat Bryant Koedding
The class newsletter, a.k.a. The Roar, for the class of 1918 may have faded into obscurity, but the' 18ers are strong as ever! To whit: the College received a generous bequest in the amount of approximately $84,000
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1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Our dear Horace "Dal" Dalrymple's daughter-in-law Priscilla writes that Dal is now in the nursing care unit of the Veterans' Hospital in Manchester, N.H. "His general health is pretty good, but his hearing and
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1921
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Lucy Briggs
Flo Barker, widow of Nelson, writes, "Nels was blind the last 11 years of his life. His interest shifted from bird photography to recording bird songs. In 1961 he produced three records and they are now on
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Mrs. James F. Craffey (Ruth Malmquist) writes: "Please extend the appreciative thank-you of the family of Eric C. Malmquist to the classof 1922. Dad often said he would like to visit Hanover again, now he'll be
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Jack Parker writes from The Gables in Farmington, Conn., that his wife, Polly, died after an extended illness. Jack met Polly on a blind date set up by Hobey Holbrook at the Harvard game in 1923. Incidentally, Hobey
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1925
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Marshall Newton
A number, of important birthdays: Walt von Lehn reached 96. Phenomenal accomplishment Only Walt knows the secret. We honor and congratulate our oldest member. May your days be golden and your nights peaceful! On
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1926
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Don Nostrand
The 1992 Annual Report of the Town of Newport, N.H., may seem a strange place to pay tribute to a well known lifetime resident, lawyer, writer, and artist schooled in Newport and at Dartmouth College. But Ken
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
A bonanza—five classmates responded to their birthday cards. Ted and Dorothy Selig enjoy their health and home in Lititz, Pa., and have a positive outlook on life. Lee Gore plays golf in a senior league weekly at
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1928
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George A. Bell
Our magnificent 65th exceeded even our rosiest anticipations. Our reunion (committee Jerry Sass and Curly Prosser organized and arranged like mad. Everything went off without a hitch, except for a slight delay in
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1929
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Mary E. Lougee
At Class Officers Weekend in May, 1929 was recognized with a special award, and the classmates present, Dick Black, Charlie Dudley, Bill Magenau, and Hal Ripley, proudly accepted it, up front and center. All of you
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Like Mark Twain's death, reports of my "remarriage" were greatly exaggerated. Back in April, it seemed a subtle way to boast that, at 85, I had bought a computer. My tongue-in-cheek should have been bitten
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Bob Baimirucker wrote that a while back he awoke at 3 a.m. with the mother of all belly aches, which by 6 p.m. the medicos decided was appendicitis. They were recommending the case to Guinness as a record for
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1932
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Joseph Y. Roberts M.D.
Wilbur H. Mack, otherwise known as Deke, wants us to know that he remains on the right side of the grass, is in good shape except for some minor infirmities, and enjoys his southern winters. He returns to
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Merrill Worthen has been leading a quiet life, dividing his time between Florida and Marion, Mass. After his career with Gulf Oil he spent some time with an engineering firm but finally retired from that
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
A Hanover spring thrill was the tenth anniversary celebration of the Rockefeller Center. In a splendid symposium a panel of former governors from five nearby states discussed their associations with former
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CLASS NOTES
1935
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William H. Mathers
At the Class Officers Weekend held May 7-8, our class was well represented by nine officers and seven wives out of a total of 336 officers from all classes, 157 spouses, and 19 guests. All events were well organized
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CLASS NOTES
1936
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Ross Martindale
Our mini-reunion in Hanover May 7-8 was blessed with delightful spring weather. While class officers were kept busy with meetings and seminars, other reuners had ample time for shopping or sightseeing. The Friday
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdinan
I Readers of this column may shed a few tears to learn that the 70-year-old ski jump at the Vale of Tempe was dismantled in April, but not before the local alums and friends had a final jumping meet. The local angle
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CLASS NOTES
1938
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Gene Waggaman
IN 500 WORDS OR LESS our allotted word count for the column '38's 55th was a barn burner. Some 150 classmates, wives, progeny and significant others, using Tuck School's Buchanan Hall as base camp, fanned out
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CLASS NOTES
1939
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Richard S.Jackson
We learned from the College only recently that Bill Andrus of West Townsend, Vt., died back in 1991 on September 5. More recently, on February 24, we lost Jack Haley. Obits to follow.
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1940
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Chet Berry
The Congregational Church of Webster, N.H., was packed with friends, neighbors, relatives and classmates to celebrate the life of Bob Austin, who died on March 19. Those present included Lloyd and Peg Blanchard, Joe
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1941
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Dick Jachens
After a two-month hiatus, it's time to check the file folder for reportable, if a bit ancient, items. The third annual mini-reunion of '41s in Florida was a rousing success, with 14 classmates plus wives attending
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
Those of you looking for an apartment in the Far West Village in New York City may want to get in touch with Debbie Lippman, spouse of our friendly newsletter editor, Dick. A real-estate saleswoman and (with
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CLASS NOTES
1943
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Charlie Cusack
In 1771 Dartmouth observed its first commencement with four graduates and refreshments consisting of a barrel of rum and an ox roasted whole. Two hundred and twenty-two years later, members of the
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CLASS NOTES
1944
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Fritz Hier
Dishing up death notices is hardly the way to spend one's summer vacation. But that old cliche, death and taxes, is still part and parcel, and you can quote me. As class secretary I write obits for the Alumni
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CLASS NOTES
1945
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C. Moose Rowan
Our class was well represented at the early-May Class Officers Weekend in Hanover. Prexy Steve Hull led the delegation, which included VP Vic Smith and Vesta, Treasurer John Osborn and Janice, Head Agent Bob
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
Head Agent Tom Adams and his crew of agents are closing in on our goal of $160,000 for the Alumni Fund. By the time you read this, I know you will have come through with the necessary dollars to insure a
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CLASS NOTES
1947
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Ham Chase
The May 7-8 Class Officers Weekend featured our most efficient and plain-spoken meeting. The intellectual discussions were noteworthy, considering the participants: Treasurer Dick Hollerith, "News-Ed" Grady,
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CLASS NOTES
1948
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F. R. Drury Jr.
In late May your scribe had the pleasure of driving from Boston's Logan airport to Hanover. Though Logan itself has gready expanded in recent years, nothing much has changed about getting away from the place
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
An apology to Pete Brown is in order. In a previous column I inferred that he might be moving to Florida, but I should have known that he has lived in the Bradenton area for 36 years and still finds that his career
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CLASS NOTES
1950
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Jack Kent
In May each year the College runs Class Officers Weekend, This year was my first, providing another excuse to visit Hanover. Eleven of your class officers showed up and were among about 500 officers and wives who
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CLASS NOTES
1951
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Bill Brooks
Certain classmates are never forgotten because they were neighbors to the left or the right in Great Issues, in other regimented seating situations, or in the Commencement parade. Al Brout was often on my right.
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
Many people know that Chautauqua is a cultural and intellectual happening. But it is also a lake in far southwestern New York State where the happening happens. Jim Weidman lives in Mayville, right next
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1953
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Dave Halloran
"And the smoke wraiths are drifting, curling, r-r-r-reeling" memorable lyrics which encapsulate an impression of the 40th. It whizzed by so fast. Fond memories, fun times, all now but a blur! The Moosilauke
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1954
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HughL. Roberts Jr.
Please note the following dates on your calendar NOW because time flies, especially at our age. Dartmouth Night, October parade, bonfire, Harvard Game, class meeting, Maude's Old Juice, etc.
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
At its commencement exercises on May 8, Saint Augustine's College in Raleigh, N.C., conferred an honorary Doctor of Civil Laws degree upon classmate John D. Walton. John, who is vice president of human
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1956
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Tom Harper
The Cube reports that plans are going apace for the Harvard football weekend in Hanover, 29-31 October. This year he's scheduled a class meeting prior to the game, and a class dinner afterwards. He and Joyce will
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
Our class had a good turnout for Class Officers Weekend and stimulating discussions for the future of our class and the health of the College. A session tided "Developing Effective Class Officer Teams" certainly was
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
On Monday, June 21 President Freedman presented our own John Graf with an Alumni Award in recognition of John's service to the College and his many community endeavors in his beloved state of New Hampshire.
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
Don't forget our mini-reunion October 29-31 in Hanover, which is Homecoming Weekend. Dartmouth plays Harvard. The Trustee election is over—alas, I didn't win. On to new horizons. Thanks for your kind notes and
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
Gail Warden hasn't met Hillary Clinton, but he has been involved in fashioning the national health-care plan that the First Lady is working up, and he's basically for it. For the last five years Gail has been
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1961
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Bob Conn
Maybe it was the frenzy of the rock 'n' roll party and dinner in the Oscar Room of the fabled Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel that made Dartmouth Goes Hollywood special.
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
Congratulations to all '62s and their wives who are parents of new graduates. Our children's educational accomplishments are the best measure of successful parenthood. Many '62s shared the special joy when
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CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry Zlokower
Thirtieth Reunion, June 14—17! Were we really seated in the elegantly arranged Alumni Hall, sipping wine, discussing stocks, politics, or the kids? Or were we for one brief moment in Thayer... or Webster ...or
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1964
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Hal Rabner
Our 30th Reunion was a blast, thanks to Dick Couch and his committee, Bob Cahners, George Fesus, Herb McCord, and Sandy McGinnis. Approximately 50 of us signed up, and we came from as far as Florida (Fred Rothenberg), California
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Have you turned 50 yet? May 14-16 there was a special weekend party in Washington, D.C., to celebrate the 50th birthdays of all members of the class of '65. We owe our thanks to the planning committee
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Larry Geiger
Latin America is in the news. Hot continent. Vast potential. Big market. Stable governments. Need to know more? Call Peter Cleaves. Peter is director of the Institute of Latin American Studies at the
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
This month brings news of promotions and honors for several classmates. Bob Edwards has joined the Providence firm of Peabody and Brown as a partner in its business department. He has been specializing in corporate
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1968
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Peter Weston
It hardly seems possible, but our 25 th Reunion is now history. Thanks to Ed Heald and his committee, the reunion was a resounding success. John Pilling will fill in the details in his next class newsletter, but
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
Our 25th Reunion is now only a year away, and we have officially become a "Reunion Class" or, more precisely, "The Reunion Class" since the 25th is the big one. You can help in any of several ways. First, set
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CLASS NOTES
1970
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Thomas Lynn
In the hiatus since my last missive, several updates on classmates mentioned previously in this column have come across my desk. So if you see your name here, that never means I'm finished with you. It just
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Thomas G. Jackson
In the news this month, John Short was elected CEO and a member of the board of Esprit Europe. He has moved to Dusseldorf, Germany, to assume his new responsibilities.
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Jon Einsidler
The professional sports' powers may have the right idea. In those metropolitan areas with the heaviest populations and the heaviest urban problems, distract the local citizenry with more than one team
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Donna Ferretti Tihalas
On May 8, during Class Officers Weekend, the class of 1973 received a Special Recognition Award from the College: "You'll soon be back in Hanover to mark the 20th anniversary of your graduation. In the two decades
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1974
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Mary Donovan
Well, for the past few months I've found myself part of that great American tradition, purchasing a new car. I finally sold my Jeep Cherokee. As I handed the title over, I was reminded of two of my infamous
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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W. Blake Winchell
The Big Four-O just hit Lou Ann and me upside the head as we celebrated our coming of age last weekend with friends from around the country. Needless to say, there were many of the Green Persuasion in attendance,
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CLASS NOTES
1976
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Amy Gillenson
Connecticut State Senator George Jepsen responded to my query in the last column, clarifying the outcome of his November election. George reports that he was re-elected "by a comfortable margin" and
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Doug Ireland
It is a gigantic honor and privilege to start the second year of my secretarial stewardship with acknowledgements of two classmates whose accomplishments this year make them special alumni from any
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Brooks Clark
Can it be just a coincidence that the small-town charm and "Bull Durham"-esque grit of minor league baseball suddenly became fashionable around the time that Jimmie Lee Solomon became the director of minorleague
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Thomas F. O'Neil III
Skip Maples receives this month's "Associated Press" award. Armed with a new PC and a laser printer, he sent me a 14-year summary that frankly is one of the more interesting morsels to land on a rather empty plate
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Michael H. Carothers
Tales from the Crypt, Volume XIII, Chapter 8: According to tradition, the first Saturday in May is marked by a field of fleet three-year-olds in a glorious run for the roses. This year that morning was calm and
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
When I heard through the grapevine that Liz Eldredge Alexakos had a baby (of course, I didn't know she was even pregnant!), I quickly called one of my best sources for news. The main news was William Leonidas Alexakos,
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Philippa M. Guthrie
Greetings. George Thompson and I are the new gossip mongers for the next five years. Please keep us informed or you will be reading about George's and my daily lives every month. Believe me, we don't want this. After
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Kenneth M. Johnson
Well, first of all, let's shake the rafters for Mr. Frank Davis, who masterminded a fantastic reunion several weeks ago. Frank, you made it happen ... for more than 500 people. Kathy Bachelder Coster and Beth Wrnnick
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1984
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Brad M. Hutensky
I begin this, my final column as secretary, without my usual complaints about the paucity of news since I was lucky enough to see many of you during our reunion weekend. First, a well-deserved thanks must go to
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Mark Stern
So it's July, as I'm writing this month of sappy patriotic parades, cookouts, weekend shares at the beach... and my birthday. My 30th birthday. A milestone. A turning point, if you will. A time to look back
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"I spent a pleasant four hours being interrogated by the police...
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Meg Ramsden
I ran into a few '87s at a recent party in Darien, Conn., and was amazed to find Nigel Eckern is one of the few people I know still living in N.Y.C. and enjoying it! Not satisfied with just one graduate degree,
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Chuck Young
Seldom do things in life live up to their hype; seldom does one have the pleasure of reporting an unqualified success. But such is my happy task in I this, my last column. The Fifth Reunion was a smash, winning
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Carrie Luft
Dear Classmates: In deference to the sodden, dog days of summer, I'm going to take a cue from the movie "Slacker," a film which can only be described asto a cinematic cannabinoid. The "action" follows a
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1990
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John Aronsohn
"Which is the real world Thayer Dining Hall and the campus po', or Lau Lau fruit trees, cooking bananas, and 'rascals'? Both are real; neither is real. Both are unbelievable, yet gripping; neither could be a
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CLASS NOTES
1991
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Sue Shanknun
This month's column is chock full of moves and marriage announcements, but I'd like to remind all of you who have yet to see your name in print in this column that you don't need to be experiencing a life-changing
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CLASS NOTES
1992
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Jessie W. Levine
I'm still catching up on mail I received in January. Don't be daunted by the delay in printing; I promise that I will eventually report on all news I receive. By the way, note that my address has changed, although
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Give a Rouse
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Fred C. Babcock '36, whose Babcock Lumber Company was honored as Company of the Century at the National American Wholesale Lumber Association's 100th annual meeting last summer
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Alumni Award: Mark H. Smoller '53
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It is not surprising that Mark, a dentist, has sunk his teeth into just about everything he's ever done. After excelling in high school and at Dartmouth, he earned his D.D.S. and served two years in the air force.
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Alumni Award: David Hammond Bradley '58
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A New Hampshire son, he has rarely been in the shade. He has been out front in all his endeavors as student, athlete, lawyer, politician, and community member.
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This is a listing of deaths that 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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