Issue: 19930901

Wednesday, September 1, 1993
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Hail, Freshmen
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The Dartmouth Lamp
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Volume 85 • Number 9
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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Rare Essentials
Rare Essentials
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Ledyard as Forerunner
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Some Failure
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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Join the Dartmouth Club
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Design Basics for Non-Design Executives
Design Basics for Non-Design Executives
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FINNAIR
FINNAIR
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EPTEMBER 1993
I Couldn't Risk Graduation
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Suzanne Spencer '93
MY HOUSEMATE just got a job. Her immediate cause of jubilation was not her salary though, or her three weeks' paid vacation. "I got dental!" she exclaimed.
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EPTEMBER 1993
Back to the Future
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IN FIELDS RANGING from archaeology' to astrophysics, eight recent Dartmouth graduates have won prestigious (and highly competitive) National Science Foundation fellowships: Brett Allison '93, Susan Chimonas '93,
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EPTEMBER 1993
Back to the Future II
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THERE'S MORE, THE above astrophysicist-to-be David Kaiser also won an .Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies. And the above Henry Spindler's brother David '89 won a Mellon, to
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EPTEMBER 1993
A Dino-Sized Honor
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Joel D. Blum of the Department of Earth Sciences is one of 15 scientists named by President Clinton to receive the 1993 Presidential Faculty Fellow Award. Among other things, Blum's research has
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EPTEMBER 1993
And The Give Back
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Robert H. Nutt '49
THE GRADUATING class of 1993 not only earned a bunch of awards, it also set a record for giving something back to the College via the Senior Year Class Gifts Program: $94,593 pledged over the next four years. At 59
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EPTEMBER 1993
SHOULD THE NEW GRADUATION TRADITION OF SMASHING CLAY MUGS BE DROPPED? IF SO, WHAT SHOULD REPLACE IT?
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kai Singer '95
LAST SPRING, THE SENIOR class chose to drop the old clay pipes ceremony—considered demeaning to Native Americans—and inaugurate a toast with clay mugs. The students then smashed the mugs, clay-pipe-style. The ceremony spared fellow
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EPTEMBER 1993
Clinton's News Guy
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heather Killebrew '89
KEITH BOYKIN '87 HAS gone from editing for the Dartmouth campus to editing for Bill Clinton. As director of news analysis Boykin heads a staff that examines trends in how the President is portrayed, forecasts
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EPTEMBER 1993
Saigon Goes Green
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WHO AMONG those who watched the fall of Saigon in 1975 would have imagined a Dartmouth Club there today? A group of Greeners recently held its seventh meeting and has applied for official recognition from the
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EPTEMBER 1993
Patient Talk
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Karen Endicott
HOW DO SICK People decide what kind of healing to seek? Anthropology major Douglas Johnston '93 went to Tibetan settlements in Dharamsala, northern India, for answers to a question at once specific to displaced
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EPTEMBER 1993
PASS THE ICED NIETZSCHE
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Karen Endicott
AH, FRESHMAN SUMMER, A TIME TO relax after the rigors of a year filled with change. A time to reflect on challenges met. A time for research.
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Presidential Range
The Next Beginning
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James O. Freedman
"Idealists are sometimes ridiculed by cynics as hopeless, as starry-eyed, as unrealistic. But what did a cynic ever build?"
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Syllabus
Gaudeamus Igitur!
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karen Endicott
From The Freshman to The Graduate, the movies go to college.
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Prof's Choice
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Amy Lawrence
Fitting in, fooling around, andfootball.
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COLDWELL BANKER
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Cover Story
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They have been called freshies, Pea Greeners, shmen a current phrase that cannot be uttered without sneering.
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Even the PC phrase, "first-year students," seems somehow pejorative. But then the freshman's very purpose in life is to provide a naive foil for the wisdom, maturity, and savoir faire
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I Was A Freshman Trip Spy
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Todd Balf
We hired a writer to pass himself off as a student. The only problems were that he was 31 years old and a terrible liar.
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Fifty-Five Out
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Judson D. Hale '55
To this class,"Men of Dartmouth" was a gross exaggeration.
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FRESHMEN
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The Next Bus Home
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Regina Barreca '79
My first year at Dartmouth? I remember my father driving me up to Hanover in our cranky 1967 Buick Skylark, a long trip without air-conditioning and with and I was terrified when I saw the other students
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Martha E. Diebold
Martha E. Diebold
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How Do You Socialize a Freshman?
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Heather Killebrew '89
Forget Wet-Down and beanies. Orientation has gone from "The Dartmouth Hand-Book" to confronting the issues of racism, sexism, alcohol, and homophobia.
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The First Year
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An All-Too-Short History
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1921
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Lucy Briggs
The class of 1921 will be saddened to learn of the death of Ort and Lois Hicks's daughter Caryl Hicks Clark on May 10 after a brief illness at her home in Pinehurst, N.C. She lived for many years in Norwich, Vt. Among her
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
War-torn in 1918, the class of 1922 entered Dartmouth with 395 lads from 27 states and three foreign countries. We were then the largest class in the College because so many undergrads were serving in the military. One
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1924
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Edward Winsor
A note from Bob Mccollom reports that he and Ted Nilsen are making out OK in Sarasota, Fla.: "We love it. My health is failing, otherwise OK. We miss Hanover."
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Radford Tanzer kindly reports, "Commencement on June 13 brought Betty Crawford back to Hanover again for the graduation of her grandson Crawford Palmer '93. Crawford transferred from Duke two years ago and served as
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1926
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Don Norstrand
In previous years 1926 has always surpassed Alumni Fund quotas, but this year, in the last few days of June, our class's serious illnesses and deaths made it seem impossible for us make the $75,000 goal. However, George
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
Bill Mackay responded to his birthday card with the information that he shared the same birthday with the late Henry Fonda. Bill has been slowed up by a hip replacement that precludes a visit to Hanover in the near future.
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1928
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George A. Bell
Whatever happened to Delta Alpha and the freshman beanie cap? Our first introduction to college life in 1924 was our forcible initiation into the mythical fraternity of Delta Alpha. Each dormitory made its freshmen
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1929
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Mary E. Lougee
This is a special freshman issue, and here are some memories by '29 classmates.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
News of DAM's freshman issue evoked some 1926-27 reminiscences from deep in 1930's gray matter. Ted Wolfs 67-year romance began at that time. Ted's sister was a senior at Smith and senior advisor to three freshmen,
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
"Today was some day! The Red Cross called for 1,000 Dartmouth men to volunteer to clean debris in and around White River Junction. 823 signed up. All who went had their absences from class excused. Breakfast at
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1932
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Joe Roberts
Whip Walser and Addie tell us of a rafting project begun five years ago in Idaho and completed recently on the Snake and Columbia rivers. An infection in one eye and cataract in the other have slowed Whip, but the good
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1933
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John S. Monagan
ANOTHER TRIP DOWN NOSTALGIA BOULEVARD. September 1929: 624 members of 1933 hit the campus . . . matriculation in the august presence of President Hopkins... buying and wearing those damned beanies . . . "sweet cider
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
On September 18, 1930, President Ernest Martin Hopkins welcomed the class of 1934,664 strong, at the opening of Dartmouth's 162nd year. The very next day was the annual freshman-sophomore football rush, and with
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1935
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William H. Mathers
Life was real in those days during our freshman year. The October 1929 market crash was followed by years of depression worldwide. Hoover kept insisting that a balanced budget was the key to economic recovery, along with
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1936
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Ross Martindale
I'm sure most of us had mixed feelings about freshman year at Dartmouth. "Who can forget her soft September sunsets ..On the other hand there was "the crowding into Commons" to partake of some less-than-gourmet food.
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
September 1933. The beginning of freshman year for 638 members of the class of 1937. It was certainly one of the most important events in our lifetime. Asking a number of classmates about freshman year brought forth
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
I'd like to introduce myself as your new class secretary and tenured tour director, continuing to handle all reunions. Because of this dual responsibility, at times there will be a combination of Class Notes and mini
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1939
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Richard S.Jackson
This being an issue that is devoted to the freshman year set me to thinking not only of that day of September 17, 1935, when we matriculated, each receiving a warm, personal welcome from President Hopkins, but also to
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1940
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Chet Berry
September 1936 was the time when many of us first saw Dartmouth. The era of applicant visits to college admissions offices began a generation later. Since we were prohibited from entering a fraternity house or driving a
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1941
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Dick Jachens
Freshman Year, 1937-38. How vivid are our memories of that single, landmark year in our long and active lives? Here's but a sampling of those indelible recollections. Win Watson: "Happened to be assigned top Professor
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
By some mysterious (and incredibly circuitous route) I have just learned that David S. Smith, currently director of Continuing Education at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children (Philadelphia), was named Pediatrician
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1943
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Charlie Cusack
A heartwarming note, accompanied by a generous check payable to Dartmouth '43, has been received from Amy Cholnoky '77 of Darien, Conn., the head worker at our 35th Reunion, which was the weekend she graduated. She has
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1944
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Fritz Hier
We've all been asked, for this special freshman-year issue, to think back to our freshman experience, and ours, of course, goes back two-score and thirteen. "I'll see if I can call it back from recollection's vaults,"
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1945
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C.A. Rowan Jr
George Barr was kind enough to include with his June issue of the '45 Mail Call a postcard addressed to me so you could send to me your recollections about our freshman year, since that is the theme of this issue. Three
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1946
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James M. Coleman
Tom Adams reports we raised $165,155.00, exceeding our goal. Thanks, Tom, and all you assistant agents. And thanks to you givers. This issue is devoted to freshman year, so I'll pass on a few recollections. They are
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1947
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Ham Chase
The July 16-18 V-12 Reunion in Hanover was held in cool but sunny weather, and it seemed to be a resounding success. Our classmates Ed Grady,Townes Harris, and Dick Hollerith had a lot to do with that. Just about 100 Navy
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
Many '48s were V-12 freshman at Dartmouth 50 years ago in the summer of 1943. Some 20 of these joined about 200 from other wartime classes for a marvelous half-century reunion on the campus July 16-18. Both Paul
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1949
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Bruce B. Crawford
The class of 1949 freshmen entered in July of 1945 and some later that fall. We are one of the few freshman classes to matriculate under one president—Ernest Martin Hopkins—and graduate under another—John Sloan Dickey.
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1950
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Jack Kent
I asked our 1946-47 class officers, "What would you tell your grandson or granddaughter, about to enter Dartmouth, about your freshman year?"
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1951
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Bill Brooks
Had I known 46 years ago that I would be asked this month to reflect on our freshman year, I would have kept better notes. The solution has been to call a few mates. Remembering earlier rebukes about the 'clubbiness
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
"I wore the beanie as long as they let me wear the name tag on it," remembers Don Myers about freshman year. He is speaking from his dental office overlooking the Charlotte Amalie Harbor on St. Thomas Island. The freshman
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1953
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Dave Halloran
Many still are savoring the memory of the 40th as our finest ever. While that feeling is fresh, it is time to get on the record those from this great class who were able to make it. If I err, consider that a prompt to
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1954
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Hugh L. Roberts Jr.
A flurry of telephone calls and memos from Clark Davis as he plunges into his new role as class publicity maven. He wants to see as many classmates as possible at Dartmouth Night Weekend October 29-30, and he fully expects
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
For some reason I was reminded of our freshman trip while driving up from Connecticut the other night. So I decided to call one of the first '55s I met, Kilt Andrew, down in Brunswick, Maine. Kilt retired form L.L. Bean
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1956
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Tom Harper
Freshman year began in September 1952. We were the first class to undergo "non-coercive orientation," which meant no more midnight rides into the country with those mean Vigilantes. White crew hats replaced the old
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
The State University of New York, College of Fredonia selected our own Dr. Richard Gilman as its commencement speaker this year. He's also received lots of honors, including the title of Distinguished Teaching Professor and
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Remembrances from 35 years ago this September. It didn't last very long on the columns of Webster Hall, but Bob Meyerson had a banner proclaiming his candidacy for class president. Campus police did not take very kindly
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw III
Hi there. Freshman, freshman, freshman. The best way to start is with a list of the legacies that are arriving on campus this month: Alexander D. Fuld, son of Stuart I. Fuld, a doctor living in Dover, Mass.; James C.
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1960
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Mort Kondracke
Once again Commencement weekend in Hanover was radiant. Bill Moyers gave an inspiring address. And seven sons and daughters of 1960s graduated. This September four '60 kids are joining the class of 1997.
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1961
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Bob Conn
More from Dartmouth Goes Hollywood, our May reunion in West Hollywood, Calif.
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
Congratulations to Rob Bannerman, son of departed classmate Bob Bannerman, for his acceptance as a Dartmouth Presidential Scholar. Rob's mother, Claire, still residing in Great Falls, Va., sends best regards to the
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
From Bahrain (PeteStevenson), Latin America (Jorge Dandier), and Europe (Steve Lister), from the Far West, the Heartlands, Dixie, New York, and New England, '63s made the great trek home ... a physical and spiritual
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
This is my first column since winning a hard-fought election at our 30th Reunion. Although I am hardly closing in on what Edward Deming calls "profound knowledge" about the role of class secretary, two things are
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Secretary of Labor Robert Reich '68 is the Class Notes secretary for the American Oxonian, the Rhodes Scholar alumni magazine. In a recent issue was this update: "Bill Clinton writes that Chelsea's ballet skills have
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1966
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Larry Geiger
This column is about awards, accolades and noteworthy accomplishments. In other words, it's about the class of 1966 . . . naturally. Hang on.
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Just when I was beginning to feel my age, a recent phone call from Bill Bogardus gave me a whole new perspective. It seems Bill was working on his roof and contemplating the fact that he will turn 50 in only two years.
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1968
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Peter Weston
Our reunion was such a great experience, I can't resist the temptation to ramble on about it. I'm sure there are many tales of "mini-reunions" within the reunion. I couldn't help but notice how many of my navy ROTC
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1969
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Rick Willets
There were times freshman year when we wandered about as a class counting from one to 69, crescendoing to a screamed climax. I wonder if this is still done. If so, it will no doubt die out with the class of 2000.
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
Robert Curtis Horner died October 3, 1992, of injuries sustained in an airplane crash in Franklin, N.H. Rob was born in Bar Harbor, Maine, on February 7, 1949, to an old Down East family whose forbears included sea
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1971
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Don O'Neill
After 17 years as our scribe, Thomas G. Jackson will be sharing responsibility for these Class Notes with yours truly, Don O'Neill, before turning over the reins in November. During his tenure as class secretary (and a
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
This edition of the Alumni Mag is centered around freshman year, so I will depend on 25-year-old memory to dredge up a few chestnuts. My apologies in advance tor any names left out. Drop me a line for future addenda, etc.
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1973
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-Donna Ferretti Tihalas,
Of course I remember freshman year—my green freshman beanie; redbeanied sophomore Ask-Me's; Caz's Vill Junior who actually dated a Harvard hockey player; the seniors who all wore Lanz nightgowns and farmer jeans (not
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1974
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Mary S. Donovan
In July I was backup in Federal Court for the first time in two years. I saw a lot of my courthouse friends, including Judge Allen Chancey, who is about to retire from the bench after 23 years of service. I tried my
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1975
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W. Blake Winchell
Since this class secretary has received nary a letter with news during die past month, this column is an open letter from me to the many classmates, professors, and administrators who made my freshman year at Dartmouth
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1977
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Doug Ireland
The scene is Doug Ireland's den. Toys and books are strewn everywhere. Jerry Jeff Walker is singing in the background. Two kids are wandering in and out from the back porch while Mary scrapes raisins and beans from the
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1978
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Brooks Clark
Vietnam hadn't ended and disco hadn't started. Nixon resigned on August 9. Ford pardoned him September 8. On my freshman trip I walked through the Mahoosuc Range with Bill Dexter, who said he intended to be a doctor (he
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
Having recently worked on a matter with a top-notch consulting firm, I had already decided that there was something to be said for the business-school route—only two years of studying cases and no bar exam, not to
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Freshman Year: my impressions. "Relax said the night man, we are programmed to receive. You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave." The music blasting out of the window was so loud you couldn't hear
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1981
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Karen McKeel Calby
Ah, freshman year (this issue's theme for those of you who hadn't noticed). Some of us remember it fondly, some of us remember it with chagrin, and some of us don't remember it at all—or don't want to! As for me, I fall
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1982
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George Thompson
There are three things working against me this month in writing this column. First, lack of ability. You folks should've voted for Bob Bauer. Second, I've yet to receive a listing of current classmate addresses and
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1984
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Amy Iorio
First, let me thank the outgoing class officers: KarenFrancis (president); BradHutensky (class secretary); Leah Daughtry (treasurer); Caroline Bergman and Pamela Ciszewski (newsletter editors); Kyle Gore (head agent); and K.
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1985
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Rick Joyce
Let's not to the marriage of Eighty-fives Admit ignorance. Mary Reilly and George Elderidge have vow'd to entwine their lives Whilst your vex'd correspondent, quill in hand Eyes his blank parchment, deadline impending. He scans the pages of the
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"The thousand-plus individuals who form die Dartmouth class of 1986 were chosen for their capacity I for academic excellence and personal distinction."— Margaret H. Bonz, Dean of Freshman, September1982.
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
It was ten years ago this month that we arrived on the Hanover plain, eyes big with wonder, hearts pounding with excitement and apprehension. We came from Idaho, Bermuda, Sweden, or Westchester County. Most of us
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1988
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Susan C. Lynch
Hello all. For the next several years you'll be reading class notes from the pen of a different '88. I look forward to keeping our special class spirit alive and encourage all to send me news or a quick note. I welcome
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1989
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Carrie Luft
Inspired by this month's theme, I've composed the one-and-only 'B9 Pea Green Self-Quiz. Answer as many questions as apply to you. Dust off you 128K Mac and recall the fall of 1985 . . .
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1990
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John Aronsohn
In keeping with the theme of this issue, and because of a sudden dearth of reader mail, this month's column is mostly dedicated to sweet memories of a simpler time in our lives. The Class of 1990 arrived on the Hanover
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
By now, the Red Sox have just about clinched the AL pennant and are on their way to the World Series. The Fever is ripping through Boston, while Yankee fans console themselves and await next year's race. Life does go
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
Welcome to your first Alumni Magazine. Tracey Pettengill, Matt Bonaiuto, Jeff Allen, and Alyce Henness spent the first couple weeks of the rest of their lives finishing up this year's Aegis. Thanks to their (and the rest of the
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Give a Rouse
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John D. Walton '55, awarded an honorary degree by St. Augustine's College
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Saluting the V-12
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Marine Colonel Stephen Hull '45, Alumni AffairsDirector Michael Choukas Jr. '51, and NavyCaptain Leonard Kojm '47 reviewed the troops. . .
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Alumni Award: John Adam Graf '58
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The Granite of New Hampshire suits John well. A son of this state, and a son of a gun in every aspect of his life and career in it, he has made a deep and lasting imprint on the place.
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Alumni Award: Stephen L. Waterhouse '65, T'68
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Most of us have done our share of commuting over the years, but not many can say that our home address is in Hanover, New Hampshire, and the office is just around the corner in London, England. Make that offices—Steve
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Young Alumni Award: Ann Fritz Hackett '76
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She was not only the second youngest Dartmouth graduate ever to become a Dartmouth Trustee (first was Sylvanus Ripley, a member of the College's very first graduating class in 1771!)— she was the first alumna to join the
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Deaths
Deaths
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This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the previous issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or in a later one.
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Freshman: Homesick
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G.A. Green, 1898
He wonders what they're doing home tonight, A nd tries to plug beneath the smoky light. Alas! How far his thoughts from vexing books! How sad his air, how woebegone his looks! No carpets, chairs; all dull and bare and cold. Is life worth living,
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