Issue: 19940901

Thursday, September 1, 1994
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WHO IS J.D. SALINGER REALLY?
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The Dartmouth Lamp
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Rare Essentials
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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18 ONE SEARCH for J.D. SALINGER
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Students in Uniform
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ROTC "Courage"
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Dartmouth Vox Clamantis in Cyberspace
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Martha E. Diebold Real Estate
Martha E. Diebold Real Estate
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock."
Divers Notes & Observations
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SEABOURN CRUISE LINE
SEABOURN CRUISE LINE
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On The Hill for September 1994
Knowing The Dead
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Suzanne Leonard '96
IAM ONE of 1,800 work-study students at Dartmouth who earn extra tuition money with a campus job. Unlike my fellow students, however, I do not wash dishes at Thayer or check out library books. Some might call my
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On The Hill for September 1994
Waking the Dead
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Brad Parks '96
It's not that hard to find Josh Marks '96 at football games. He is the one with the bagpipes over his shoulder and a kilt wrapped around his waist.
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On The Hill for September 1994
Grade Deflators
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Karen Endicott
BEGINNING with the class of 1998, transcripts will look a little different. Instead of merely recording a , student's own grades,
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On The Hill for September 1994
Slesnick by the Numbers
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Karen Endicott
FOR the first time since 1962 the academic year opened without Math Prof Bill Slesnick '73 A, who retired last June. His very habits are the stuff of legend. He was said to have known the name of every student in
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On The Hill for September 1994
A Real Sport
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Robert H. Nutt '49
As sports fans know, the Great One, Wayne Gretzky, now owns the NHL all-time scoring record; with his 802nd goal last March he passed Gordie Howe. But did you know that the great Jeffrey Sudikoff '77 now owns Gretzky? The fact is,
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On The Hill for September 1994
Big Guy
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Adam Nelson '97, a six-one, 235-pound linebacker, puts the shot too. In fact, he holds the Dartmouth record at 58 feet, 1 inch. In July the 19-year-old sophomore from Atlanta, Georgia, won the World Junior
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On The Hill for September 1994
Big Prof
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Robert H. Nutt '49
The collected papers of the late Professor Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy—an internationally known philosopher and mentor to several generations of Dartmouth undergraduates—have been donated to the College by his
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On The Hill for September 1994
Tallying the Alumni Fund
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Robert H. Nutt '49
Sassorossi, "knowing it might lead to lower figures." But if you hold his feet to the fire today, Sassorossi will admit that under the old system, with pledges included, the 1994 take would be a record-setting
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On The Hill for September 1994
Stroking
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Robert H. Nutt '49
THE Henley Royal Regatta attracts 100,000 people, only 20,000 of whom are said actually to watch the races. The balance are enjoying picnics in the car park (occasionally attended by the odd butler), drinking
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On The Hill for September 1994
The Hickses Get Caned
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ORT Hicks '21 and his wife, Lois, who have lived in Hanover for 35 years, recently were awarded the town's Boston Post cane for being the town's oldest resident couple. The 94-year-old one-time movie executive, who
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On The Hill for September 1994
Switching To Softball
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Brad Parks '96
WHY did five of the John W. Berry Sports Center's seven squash courts need a $340,000 facelift a mere seven years after completion? Renovations were made necessary by a recent vote of NISRA—the National
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Presidential Range
What the Soul Asks
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James O. Freedman
ON A BRIGHT, CLEAR Afternoon in February, Dartmouth held a memorial service for one of her finest sons, Marshall T. Meyer '52. The occasion in Rollins Chapel gave me an opportunity to reflect upon Rabbi Meyer's signal
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PENDLETON
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18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25
Cover Story
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OUR SEARCH FOR J.D. SALINGER
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Jane Hodges '92
(not altogether organized or well thought out) (whoever he is)
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Tales from the Info Booth
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True Stories from the Man in the Know, Everett Wood '38
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The Green Pages
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The Run
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Stephen Madden
John Morton, Dartmouth's former cross-country ski coach, as well as a two-time Olympian and world master's ski champion, has run up Moosilauke many times, and he has visualized running up Moosilauke many more times. "Visualization
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The Inn at Weston
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The Inn at Weathersfield
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Syllabus
SEX AND THE DEVIL
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Karen Endicott
BETWEEN 30,000 AND 60,000 people perished during the witch craze that seized western Christianity for three bleak centuries. From the first widespread persecution of witches in Switzerland in 1427 to the infamous Salem
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Prof's Choice
Bulls, Bats, and The Prince of Darkness.
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Proeessor Walter Stephens
HEINRICH KRAMER (ALIAS Institoris ) and Jacob Sprenger, Malleus Maleficarum, translated by Rev. Montague Summers (J. Rodker, 1928; often reprinted in paperback by Dover Publications)—The book that didn't begin, but
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The Dartmouth Shield
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THE PRIVATE SCHOOLS
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
I was elated to received in June a cheerful note from Patricia Andretta Butler with the comment, "I was so pleased to see the 1920 column in the special issue of the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, with my piece about Sal
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1921
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Lucy Briggs
Vance Clark, back from a European tour on May 26, writes: "My friends and I, making four people, went to Paris first, then on a wonderful barge trip, eastward from Paris on the Marne River and associated canals in the
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1923
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Wayne M. Derkac
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Charles "Cap" Palmer. Cap continues to live in Los Angeles and has been doing well. He notes that his father was an honorary class of '01 at the College, he had two brothers
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Head agent Larry Leavitt is elated that the class exceeded its $90,000 quota for the fund by $15,000. Much credit is due to our chief. Larry also sent news that Crawford Palmer '93 is playing basketball in France and
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1926
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Don Norstrand
George Leyser, Sarasota, Fla., always sends thanks for the class birthday card which arrives a few days in advance as a warning. He heard from the Sarasota Dartmouth Club of Ed Hanlon's death, so he is now the lone 1926
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
Roger Bury, during the temporary absence of Speakeasy Editor BobLong, sent out a call to rally the troops for a '27 mini-reunion September 23-24, when Penn plays Dartmouth in Hanover. Hopefully some of you have responded
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1928
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George A. Bell
My filing system might more closely resemble that of W.C. Fields (whom you are old enough to remember) if only I had a roll-top desk. Nevertheless I can usually come up with what I want, so I am reasonably sure I never
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
We are still savouring a successful and happy 65th which brought back so many memories. For me, the first '29 reunion I attended was the delayed 15th in 1946. We were on our honeymoon, and Dartmouth was a part of it.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Speaking last month of 1930's authors, I neglected one of the class's most learned and polific, Win Stone, who authored a seven-page article, "Anato-my of a Theatrical Season for Convent Garden, 1958-59," which was
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
In reply to John Chamberlin's request in his newsletter, Jack Elliott kindly sent me his copy of the 1931 Freshman Green Book. Much enjoyed was the work of classmates Adams, Baron, Beckwith, Rog Burrill, Ecker, Epstein,
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1932
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Joe Roberts
We received no cards this month, but we do have a story: It was preparing to rain, that last Saturday afternoon of October, and the three men in the old Pierce Arrow were tired. The New York- bound traffic was heavy on
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1933
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John S. Monagan
We were delighted to receive an update report on his activities from MartinUebel, the Mister Chips of Culver Academy. As he brought his teaching career to a close several years ago, the Culver Academy presented a concert
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Our 60th brought together such a bundle of warm ties. We are all grateful for the fine effort by Bill andIrja Wilson in setting up the program, and for the friendly support from classmates, wives, and widows who attended.
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1935
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William H. Mathers
There are approximately 57 persons associated with The Great Class of 1935 living in the Hanover area (24 classmates with spouses, six widows, and three widowers). On July 1 at least 35 turned up for a delightful
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1936
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Ross Martindale
The winner of this year's Class of 1936 Women's Award is Zola Bibi Mashariki '94. She was a sociology major with a drama minor, and her cumulative GPA was 3.44. She starts Harvard Law School this month. In addition to
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Head Class Agent Fran Fenn is smiling again and expresses his thanks to all classmates who contributed to the 1994 Alumni fund. Incomplete figures, according to Fran, show a total of $98,450, exceeding our goal of
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
Carl Boothroyd tells of visiting with Irv Brown during a recent high-school reunion and of trips to Florida, California, and Wisconsin to visit his grandchildren, and to Mexico "to get away from them." In his in-between
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
We learned via JohnnyPage of the passing of KenHugo on April 18. He died after experiencing a three-month coma stimulated by a cardiac arrest. Ken was with us for the big 50th in June of 1989. Kudos go to his wife, Violet, for
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1940
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Chet Berry
Sam Williams held a meeting of our class officers at his home in Hanover in May. He reports that all goes well with Bill Halsey's plans for the mini-reunion on September 23-24 and with ElmerBrowne's arrangements for the 55
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1941
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Dick Jachens
A lateral pass brings me a greenie from 32 Greenough Crossing, Carl Krough's new address in Deerfield, Mass. He comments favorably on a New Hampshire public-TV program entitled "A Conversation with Journalist George
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
A good letter from Johnand Phoebe Montagne made me think about the time Betty and I spent several days with them at their lovely mountain home in Bozeman, Mont. (You know you're beginning to get old when you ask yourself
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1943
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Charlie Cusack
A recently received class printout reveals 440 listees. The breakdown: 439 "actives"; 23 "not interested"; 78 widows interested in keeping abreast of class affairs. We've received questionnaires from 30, or seven
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1944
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Fritz Hier
More random 50th Reunion remembering and recapping. Featured speaker at the Saturday luncheon was Clark MacGregor, who waxed eloquently and reminisced warmly on the years since matriculation in 1940.
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1945
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C. Aubrey Rowan
Wintering at Mariner Sands, Fla., and summering in Westfield N.J., BobFreeman has been president of the Union, N.J., Rotary Club, ditto at the YMCA, during his business career which involved being CEO, successively, of the
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
The Alumni Fund is history. We did not make our goal, but we still raised a considerable amount. Thank you for all your help. We'll give you the final figures in my next chapter.
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1947
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Ham Chase
Another academic year is almost underway. If you folks are starting something new, how about taking a moment to drop a line to EdGrady, Ginnie Mather, or myself? You'll be in print, we promise.
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
A goodly 69 '48s attended our fun-filled 45th in Hanover in June, but AbeAbrahamson, BobReynolds, Dick Ruggles, and Bill Warnock were forced to cancel out at die last minute. A haunting story involved the 48 who returned his
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1949
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Bob Nutt
Last month it was revealed here how much everyone seemed to enjoy our 45th Reunion. Now we should give a serious nod of thanks to those classmates who turned hogs' ears into a silk purse. Principally they are,
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1950
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Jack Kent
Judge Lee Sarokin has garnered yet another high honor: appointment by President Clinton to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. The 14-member 3rd Circuit Court has jurisdiction over appeals from New
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1951
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Bill Brooks
The Alumni Fund always gives me a chance to chat with a few old classmates. I checked in with Dave Sargeant in New London, N.H. It was Dave who alerted us, via this column about four years ago, to the importance of
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
It was June, and up and down the northeast seacoast, the adrenalin was running hard. Sailors were readying their boats for the 1994 Newport (R.I.)-to-Bermuda race, the grandest of all ocean races. But the news this
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1953
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Dave Halloran
"Dartmouth there is no music for our singing, No words to bear the burden of our praise." June was a sad month. Don Smith passed away with absolutely no warning. Tom Davidson slipped away about the same time and, again,
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1954
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Don Berlin
August 1950: We came to the Hanover Plain with some trepidation, up two-lane highways, from all four corners of the country. Bill Rodgers from Maine, JoelWertheim from Florida, Leo Murphy from southern California, and Fenn
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
A recent press clipping brought the news that Old Farmer's Almanac editor and classmate Jud Hale was the featured speaker at the spring luncheon of the Essex County Retired Teacher's Association in Haverhill. His topic
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1956
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Tom Harper
Bill Behrens is enthusiastically representing our class on the Alumni Council, and he provides detailed and fascinating reports of that body's deliberations. This column will summarize a few items from his most recent
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
We have been hearing lately about the terrible environmental damage and pollution rampant in Russia, but John V. King is undertaking the production and marketing of the first Russian spring water to meet all
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Earlier this summer, I received a note from Class President Skip Louis. Seems he had recently been to Denver, where he was treated to lunch by JoeBlake. It would appear that Joe has lost none of his indefatigable spirit or
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1959
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Harry A. Shaw
MARK YOUR CALENDER: Our 35th Reunion, June 12-15, 1995. Let's get together for this major event. And we hope to see all of you at the mini-reunion October 14-16, which will include the Dartmouth Night parade and
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
Need proof that we're getting old? We're running out of children to send to Dartmouth. This year's incoming freshman class ('98) contains only two '60 children, Peter Hasenkamp, son of Bruce and Inta, and Kevin Robbins,
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1961
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Bob Conn
Retirement: is it the promised land? For most of us in the class, retirement is just a decade away, providing we work for an organization where the "regular" retirement age is 65 and the feds don't change the age to 67
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
From a pool of ten outstanding applicants our faculty fellowship selection committee (Dan Tompkins, Alan Dynner, BruceFeldman, Josh Rich, and John Clark) chose Assistant Professor David Kotz '86 of the Computer Science
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Got your raccoon coat? Your green and white scarf? Your Big D hat? Grab some tickets and head to Hanover October 14-15 for the annual Homecoming weekend. March with the class Friday night, followed by Dartmouth Night
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
This month's column focuses on classmates who lived in Topliff Hall during freshman year. But first, Richard Klein (Wood-ward Hall) faxed in from Bermuda, where he is president of Hamma Galleries and has an
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Countdown to reunions. We will hold our annual mini-reunion October 14-15, the Yale weekend for sports fans. Our 30th Reunion will be held on the long weeKend of June 15-18, 1995, only nine months away. Make plans now to
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1966
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Larry Geiger
How are the Morgans? Just fine thanks. Bob Morgan has after six years left Boston University, where he was director of the theater arts division, to resume freelance theater design. He and Wendy, deputy director of
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
I never cease to be amazed at the range of the careers we have chosen and the nature of the contributions that '67s make in so many different ways. This month's mail certainly reinforced the point. Two promotions
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1968
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Peter Weston
There are a lot of sharp eyes out there! John Engelman sent a clipping from Newsweek about Jonathan Newcomb's selection as new CEO of Simon & Schuster. Congratulations to Jon, who previously headed up S & S's education
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1969
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Rick Willets
Heat and humidity not withstanding, the 25th Reunion was a thing of beauty. I suggest, for those of you who didn't make it, that you starting making plans for the 30th. Knowing that Dave Prentice will give you a
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
There's been action in the Big Apple of late, and we have it all for you. Moving on up is Dave Moyes ; moving over is Stephen Stephen field: and moving (briefly) to a different beat is Tim Welch.
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1971
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Don O'Neill
By virtue of writing twice in one month, Nels Armstrong is hereby named official Class Roving Correspondent. His latest dispatch follows: "Look out!! I could get used to this. While visiting in Charlotte, N.C., I read
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
As that most wonderful season of all begins in the Northeast, I find myself with several news clippings about classmates and will skip my usual filler at the head of this column.
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1973
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Bob Conway
A snappy salute and a hearty "well done" to Donna Ferretti Tihalas as she departs these pages as our faithful class secretary. This is your column, not mine, so please take time, at least once a year, to write, call, or
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1974
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Donald Casey
Batten down the hatches, mates of '74. Captain MaryDonovan has relinquished I the formidable task of class secretary to one Don Casey. I hope to carry on the fine tradition of journalistic excellence that Mary has set
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
I wonder how many classmates watched the World Cup Soccer final match between Brazil and Italy. I allowed myself the luxury of watching TV for three hours on Sunday to see this game. It's hard to believe that 1994 was
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1976
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Dick Monkman
Nick Aponte and family have left the suburban wilds of Connecticut and moved to Washington, D.C. All are doing well while Nick is doing good in his new job. As vice president of the National Cooperative bank, Nick
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1977
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Douglas Ireland
With Mary's and my third child on the way any week, we don't expect any relief anytime soon. In the course of my rooting around for news this month, the theme of so many things to do, so little time came ringing through.
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1978
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Brooks Clark
Rob Portman may soon welcome two more '78s to the U.S. Congress. NeilMcCarthy is in the race to once again be the Democratic nominee in New York's 19th Congressional District (northern Westchester and environs). Neil made
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
A third future Theta Delt has joined the Tanner household. Peggy andDavid report that Robert Stephen was born on June 6, joining his brothers Eric and Mark. The birth announcement, interestingly enough, arrived with a
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1981
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Abner Oakes
Karen McKeel Calby
Walter Annenberg and Steve Risberg are like this. (Since you can't see me, I am holding up my hand with my index and middle fingers crossed, the universal sign for chumminess.) They're like...peas in a pod...peanut
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1982
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Philippa Guthrie
Well, I have one column's worth left from reunion notes, which are a year old and are significantly gap-filled. I make no apologies. By the time I write again, I will be making cold calls, so beware.
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
A little while back I mentioned that a newly married Peter Ham had honeymooned in Vietnam. For those of you seeking farther travel information (my husband, for one, was very jealous—he too wanted to honeymoon in
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"And my fraternity brothers thought I was a geek!" Rob Levine Ok, in the fame category this month we have JimFoster, who writes, "I play lead guitar in a band called Vision Thing. We are based in Boston, and we are
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
I recently attended a Dartmouth Club of Rhode Island dinner, where we shared good food and conversation with members of classes from 1932 to 1997. The evening once again reminded me of the very special place that is
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1989
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Tom Avril
It sounds like an assignment dreamed up by Joseph Heller: write a Class Notes column based on letters people have mailed to you—which they haven't, since the address wasn't listed in the last Alumni Magazine. That's
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Asking for submissions to this column over the Internet proved fruitful; I received five submissions this month alone. I know there are more of you out there, so figure out the Internet thing, and send me a message.
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1991
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Sue Shankman
Laura Friedman caught up with a bunch of '9l sat KarenCramer and Jon Petersen's wedding on June 18 in Loudon, Tenn. The newly wed Petersens are living in San Francisco, where Karen is at Boalt (Berkeley Law School),
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
The summer has just about ended, and another round of 1992 weddings and engagements has hit us. Will '92 s ever be able to announce their engagements without sending a shock through the rest of us? I find myself
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
COLLECTIVE WRITER'S BLOCK HITS THE CLASS OF '93! The Girdled Earth (AP) This conversation overheard in the office of two noted doctors: 'I've never seen anything like it, over 1,000 people, completely debilitated. They
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1994
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Nihad Farooq
So where oh where are those Grand 01' Seniors, anyway? "Safe at last in the wide wide world," right? Well, either you are all too safe or the world's too wide because only three of you have written to me since June 12.
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Give a Rouse
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Carl W. Haffenreffer '30, awarded Brown University's first Presidential Medal for his "vision and generosity"
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Alumni Award: Frederick Lorenz Hier '44
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The global journey that has brought Fritz's family to Cornish Flat, N.H., was likely conceived in high school where as class president he vowed to let service to others be his calling. Dartmouth, followed by graduate
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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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