Issue: 19941101

Tuesday, November 1, 1994
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In 1969, the faculty voted to phase out ROTC.
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Rare Essentials
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH AULMNI MAGAZINE
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INSIDE this ISSUE
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
LOOKING J.D.
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More Searches
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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 November 1994
Have Your People Blitz My People
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When the College replaces its out-dated phone system early next year, will anyone care? The question is more than rhetorical. Some 75,000 times each weekday students, faculty, and administrators bypass the phone
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On The Hill for November 1994
Economics 101 Revisited
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For years, free-market economists have been telling us that low wages go with low unemployment and high wages with high unemployment. When labor is scarce, in other words, it gets more expensive. Everybody knows
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On The Hill for November 1994
Yay
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"The only time I got a hand like that at Wisconsin was the year I fired the football coach."
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On The Hill for November 1994
Say What?
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Karen Endicott
Listen long enough to a schizophrenic talk and chances are good you will hear some strange speech. For this reason, many psychiatrists and other researchers have long suspected that schizophrenia is somehow
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On The Hill for November 1994
Your Breath Smells So Bad People on the Phone Hang Up.
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Jay Heinrichs
Snaps, by James Percelay, Monteria Ivey, and Stephan Dweck (William Morrow).
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On The Hill for November 1994
Double Jeopardy!
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Last spring we reported that govy prof Tom Nichols won $45,690 in a Jeopardy! winning streak. Nichols was sent packing in the fifth program when he answered "Bremen" in response to "The full name of this German
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On The Hill for November 1994
Okay, Now Bounce
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Tyler Stableford '96
Anew bridge spans the Dead Diamond River in the Second College Grant, and this time it will last, according to the builders.
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Article
Presidential Range
Essayists and Solitude
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James O. Freedman
AS EFFECTIVE AS DARTMOUTH and other colleges may be at nurturing admirable qualities, they are not as good as they ought to be at preparing individuals to confront the quiet and the solitude—the resounding silence—that the
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Cover Story
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FOOTNOTES TO A TRAGEDY
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John Scotford '38
ONE MORNING SOMETIME IN 1951 I entered the federal courthouse on Foley Square in lower Manhattan to report for jury duty One of the elevator doors slid open and a man I recognized as William Remington emerged. I knew
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Feature
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THE GAME PEOPLE
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Ken Burns
THIS IS MY FAVORITE BASEBALL photograph. You are there as the local Dartmouth College nine plays Harvard on the Green in 1882.
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Cover Story
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You Thougnt Rotc was Dead?
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Frederic J. Frommer
DROP and Give Me Twenty Stop whimpering and take a look inside Dartmouth 's embattled military corps.
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Lessons of a Legacy
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Peter Blodgett '74
A record of three qenerations in the College grant
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Article
Syllabus
Did Science Kill Mother Nature?
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Karen Endicott
EVERY NOW AND THEN MOTHER Nature appears on the public scene. You may have caught her in that low-fat margarine commercial some years ago. Or you might see her mentioned in letters to editors about the overwhelming power of
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Prof's Choice
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Professor Naomi Oreskes
Nature, Science, and Consequences.
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Four members of the great class of 1920 have been uniquely honored by a gift of "Four Trees for Four Fathers" made by James D. Vail 111 '50, and his wife, Pegget. Jim is the son of James D. Vail Jr.
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1921
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E. Vance Clark
Lucy Briggs, who has served all of us in the class of '2l so long and so well as class secretary, is now looking forward to some well-earned time off. We shall all be thinking of her.
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1922
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Len Morrissey
As autumn emblazoned New Hampshire in beauty, Hanover coffee chatter naturally turned to the 1994 football season. This was die 113 th season for the Big Green, and it included some fundamental changes in the Ivy League.
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1923
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Wayne M. Derkac.
Joe Schiffenhaus is still living in South Orange, N.J., and although he has been slowed up by a stroke in 1990, he is still able to get around. Joe recently returned from a vacation in Cape May, N.J. Phil Segal is doing
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1924
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Edward Winsor
Robin Robinson's 24Hour Notice arrived yesterday and pretty much covers the waterfront. A note from Chinee Allen came in the same mail. All that I can say is that in addition to the other honors in memory of Edward J.
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1925
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Marshall Newton
We mourn the loss of Connie Goss in early September. She was full of good feeling, a leader, and very loyal to the class and the College. We send deep condolences to Lane. She was a gay participant at many class
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1926
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Don Norstrand
A sad call from Class Treasurer Ed Raisbeck in Darien, Conn., told that his wife Ollie (OliviaDeublier) had died April 18. It was unexpected because for years Ollie seemed to be winning her battle with cancer. She and Ed
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1927
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Roger M. Bury.
I'm Roger Bury, pinch hitting for Secretary DowMills, who at deadline time was with his son traipsing through the hills of Scotland, inspecting distilleries. He expected to be back for our mini-reunion.
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1928
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George A. Bell
As a class we aren't really old, you know. Most of us aren't even 90 yet. There were a number who observed, perhaps even celebrated, their 89th birthdays this year, including our president, EdFlanders, and your frustrated
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
We feel sad indeed to be receiving more news of I classmates who have died than of those who are alive and would likely enjoy learning what their Dartmouth friends are doing.
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1930
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Robert M. Narr
An item in Bob Keene's June Thirtyteer reminded me of an incident long past, which I don't think I've ever mentioned in this column. It happened that in 1960 Liela, my late wife, and I were guests at a dinner party in
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
From our 31 -Year Report I estimate that approximately 100 classmates had military service in the European Theater of Operations in WWII. Accordingly, I pass along a notice of the ground-breaking ceremony at Caen,
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1932
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Joe Roberts
From Port Richey, Fla., we hear from Frank "Pete"Power, who attended the 1994 Commencement. Fie gathered all the Dartmouth Powers in attendance for a photo on the Green. I can't show it to you here, but it's a fine bunch
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1933
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John S.Monagan
Jeff Davis has sent us a profile of Nat Leonard from the Valley News describing in fascinating detail Nat's entry into Paris on D-Day as a member of ALSOS, a counter-intelligence group seeking information about the
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
In addition to that warm reunion, we celebrated our 60th year in another fine way. We gave $516,000 to the Alumni Fund this year—a 60th-year record. Eighty percent of '34s contributed. We are so fortunate that many
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1935
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William H. Mathers
We seldom hear from our loyal ladies, but EleanorSmith (Dave's widow) recently passed on a few amusing incidents from our early days such as: AnnaRichardson (Don's widow) remembers being in Hanover on their wedding day.
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1936
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Ross Martindale
In late August I received a rather lengthy letter from Barry Sullivan, sent from his new quarters at 10570 Main Street B-401, Fairfax, VA 22030-7113. Barry mentioned the joys and problems of moving from a large house
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CLASS NOTES
1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Some good news and some sad news to tell you. A call from Virginia O'Sheel told me of Pat's death on July 31 after a two-year struggle [with lung cancer. Pat had a great life in the Marine Corps, as a Foreign Service
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
The "Whitey Mays lunch bunch" held a reunion in Darien, Conn., injune with Red Heath as host to review old times. Those attending besides Red and yours truly were Dick Holt, Bud Walls,Dave Duffy, Fred Pickering, Ben Walkley,
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CLASS NOTES
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
As we sit down to the old computer and endeavor to organize these notes, we are mindful of some good and some bad news. Starting with the very good news indeed, we don't have any deaths of classmates reported. On the
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1940
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Chet Berry
Joe Burnett and StetWhitcher were in Hanover for their annual enrollment in the Alumni College, the 13th time for Joe and the 2Bth 28th for Stet. While there, they took time out to visit our class president, Sam Williams,
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1941
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Dick Jachens
As I started to say last month, Chick Weisker became interested in genealogy in 1980 when the Boston Opera Company presented an opera composed by Chick's paternal grandmother's grandfather. Chick and Peggy later saw the
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CLASS NOTES
1942
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Alex Fanelli
In early September Betty and I were deeply saddened to learn from his youngest son, Thomas '88, that our good friend Craig Kuhn had died of a heart attack on August 29 at the cottage on Penobscot Bay where, over the past
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1943
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Charlie Cusack
Chief family correspondent Mary Donahue, checking in from San Diego for Jim, reports bumping into Dixieand Peg Daniels while trout fishing in Vermont and being greatly entertained by Dixie's repertoire of stories. They are
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CLASS NOTES
1944
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Fritz Hier
We have a couple of additional '44 "mysteries" for yon. Last February we played Sherlock Holmes regarding a couple of deceased classmates, Richard Berlin and Ed MacNeil. This time it's Gainor Stephen Crist and Tim
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1945
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C. Aubrey Rowan Jr.
For your consideration: There is a nomination committee for our class officers, who will be elected at our 50th Reunion next June 9-11. Should you have suggestions, including putting your own name in the hat, contact
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CLASS NOTES
1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
Toured the nation once again via A.G. Bell's invention. Sure wish I could visit all of you, but seems I'm destined to spend my days on the sands of the Atlantic, which ain't too shabby. Here we go! GeorgeHopkins down in
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CLASS NOTES
1947
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Ham Chase
The responses to our class survey of December 1993 were so news-laden, and really good, that exerpting from them makes for fun writing, and, it's hoped, interesting reading. I'll profile some and highlight others.
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CLASS NOTES
1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
As these notes are written in late September, the foliage on the hillsides around Hanover is beginning to develop its fall colors. The drive up the Connecticut River's Vermont side toward Fairlee presents a moving
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CLASS NOTES
1949
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Bob Nutt
How many people do you know who attended this summer's Woodstock retrospective? A neighbor's son? Your doctor's daughter? A '49 classmate? One of your own grandchildren? Well, if you picked the third possibility you
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CLASS NOTES
1950
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Jack Kent
I occasionally get newspaper articles forwarded from the College's clipping service. While they hardly substitute for first-hand news directly from you, they do provide a source of information about classmates we
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CLASS NOTES
1951
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Bill Brooks
A vintage '51 scribe resurfaced in my mail. DaveWiggins, peerless party pianist, has been in the mortgage business in Wauwatosa, Wise., since 1971. Ten years ago, before AIDS became a terrifying crisis, he worked as a
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CLASS NOTES
1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
Yates P. Eckert, hardworking son of the Mohawk Valley, N.Y., did not want to retire in February 1993. "I was running a $3 billion trust department in New Haven grossing $l4 million a year. I loved it, but it was a
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CLASS NOTES
1953
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Dave Halloran
Great news from Dave Godschalk at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was recently awarded the __!! Stephen Baxter endowed chair by UNC. Dave has been on the faculty there since 1969 and is currently
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CLASS NOTES
1954
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Don Berlin
November 1950—remember: first trip to Cambridge for the Harvard Game; building of the new Nugget; Pea Green nip Eli in soccer, with two goals by Jamie Pradilla on passes from Bob Drawbaugh; Chester Cobb runs for class
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Dick Blodgett
A reunion of several '55 Alpha Delta Phi's and their spouses took place in early August at The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Mich. Present at the event were Neal and Joan Allen, John and BettyRossiter, Dave and Joanne
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CLASS NOTES
1956
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Tom Harper
The worthy Dick Lea-man, he of Scott Paper fame, is now our class's sec I ond representative on the Alumni Council. BillBehrens has sent in some fine reports on the AC meetings, but we have yet to hear from Dick. Let's hear your
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Dick Perkins
It's a pleasure to announce that Randy Aires is our new head class agent. ClarkGriffiths and Randy have talked, and Randy is determined that he can tackle this major task for the class. It will be up to all of us to give
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Winter is just around the corner, ugh! After last winter, Joe Slotnikhas proved once again that he is not a slow learner. Joe has entered the ranks of the retired. Smart man that he is, Joe continues to live in
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1959
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Doug Wise
We are sad to report that our dear friend and Class Secretary Harry Alexander Shaw passed away Monday, September 5 of prostate cancer. His perspective on his malaise over the past year says it all about Harry's positive
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1961
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Bob Conn
Head Agent Henry Eberhardt needs our help. He wants to build an expanded campaign organization as we head into our 1996 reunion. In the 1994 campaign, which ended June 30, we raised $122,574, with 52percent
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
As I recall from my French comparative literature course, Marcel Proust espoused true happiness as the remembrance of things past. Perhaps. But there is no joy or help this month since the mail bag was empty and my
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Shaking hands with President Bill Clinton recently was for me the thrill of a lifetime. But it pales in comparison with Dick Friedman's experiences. You remember Dick. He majored in existentialism, coached the
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
If you'll look into the past about 30 years, you might see a vision of a November sun setting on the Hanover plain. If you listen, you might be able to hear the sounds of a song that we had come to know:
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Ken Meyercord has gone west. After 17 years in the Washington, D.C., area, Ken and family have put down new roots in Colorado Springs, but he continues in the same occupation, computer-systems consulting, with the
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
It was a great to see so many classmates at the recent mini-reunion which BillYaggy arranged in New York. The party after JerryZaks's play was a great nostalgia trip. At one point several of us were playing a game listing
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1968
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Peter Weston
Hank Paulson has been named vice chairman and chief operating officer of Goldman, Sachs & Company. According to an article in The New York Times, Hank served as an aide to John Ehrlichman in the Nixon White House, jogs at
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1969
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Rick Willets
I received a letter from the editor of this magazine informing me that the class of' 69 has a bi-generational tie to this publication. First, Joe Mehling, who is the College photographer, has had and will have his work
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1970
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Tom Avery
Although a little dated, a recently received article describing Dave Gilmour's activities is well worth relating here. It seems that in his capacity as the Jackson County, Ore., public-health officer Dave recently
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1971
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Don O'Neill
I am pleased to report that Jerry O'Brien's recent newsletter generated a veritable blizzard of those little green cards; and hence fodder for this column. John Kornmeier and Peter Pratt have founded a new business
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
Baseball. Died September 14,1994, R.I.P. Itwashard to have much sympathy for either side, although I had a little less for the owners once they showed no willingness to negotiate. Seems there will be a significant
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1973
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Bob Conway
No, I was not sent with the marines to Haiti to help "restore democracy." Perhaps for good reason. I am reminded of an old "Doonesbury" strip in which generals and admirals are asked at a Congressional subcommittee
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1974
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Donald E. Casey Jr.
For all of you Internet "surfers," here's my new email address: . Feel free to send me information about yourselves and other classmates for this column as well as Rick Ranger's always-eloquent class newsletter. Tom Ludlow,
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
Autumn is my favorite season. This time of year, my thoughts turn to fall foliage in New Hampshire, Dartmouth football games, and figuring out which weekends I can get up to Hanover to enjoy both. The season is also a
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1976
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Dick Monkman
As I write these notes, a good stout North Pacific gale is pounding on the windows 40°, torrential rains, and 50 knot winds. Just another nice fall day here on the north- ern edge of the continent. The mailbox, at
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1977
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Doug Ireland
Some reflections from 36,000 feet about things I never thought I'd be doing when I left college. Flying 100,000 miles a year. Going to work at 4 a.m. each morning. Using a earphone. Carrying and using a personal
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1978
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Brooks Clark
All those all-night sessions at Kiewit and 3 a.m. runs to Dunkin' Donuts have proven their value over the years, as a sizeable number of '78s have taken their places on the front lines of the Information Revolution.
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
Through the long-distance crackling of the car phone, I heard the familiar voice of Bill Mitchell calling to report that Rick Reno has abandoned the beloved Marine Lounge in San Fran to launch a scubadiving business in
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Let's get ready to rum-bll-lle! Plans are well underway for our 15th Reunion, the 'weekend of June 16-18. Reunion chairs AnneMunves Malenka, CarlaBoehm Sloan, and Ed Sloan are planning a host of activities. They are even toying
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1981
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Abner Oakes
I didn't sleep last night: today's the first day of school, and although this is my 14th year of teaching, I still get butterflies through out September's first week. I bet many ofyou have youngsters who've felt like me
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
Some people complain about their mothers-in-law but I have mine to thank for a large part of this column. It turns out she has spent the past three years in the Asian Art Museum's extremely rigorous docent program in San
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1984
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Amy Iorio
Last year I looked up those people I had spent my freshman fall with; this year 11 tried to remember sophomore fall, when I managed the varsity football team along with Rhonda Albright. (My class list says Rhonda is in
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"Billboards for Time Cop bearing Todd Moyer's name as producer are currently plastered all over the country."—David Rauchllse Rieger lives in Providence, R. 1., where she is a post-doctoral resident in pediatrics at Rhode
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
I thought I'd look close to home for news this month—and much to my surprise I discovered two classmates who are practically my neighbors. Jeff Barton has returned to Barrington, R. 1., to settle. A Barrington native,
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1988
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Susan Lynch
Greetings all! A lot has happened with our class since the last column, including weddings and, as always, job changes. Our friends from the East Coast have been busy on the job. Jackie Hanlon has just accepted a position
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1989
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Tom Avril
Remember when quarterback Chris Rorke dropped back and handed off to junior Dave Clark in 1988 for a 97-yard touchdownat the time the longest one in Dartmouth history? Well, Chris is still making strides in the
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Nancy Zilvitis did internships at Boston Children's Hospital and Dartmouth's Mary Hitchcock Hospital last summer. She was awarded a Master of Science degree in physical therapy last spring from the Sargent College of
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1991
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Sue Shankman
Eric Schwartz is finishing his fourth year at John Hopkins School of Medicine. He is applying for a residency in radiology. He happens to be hanging out with NedErtel, who is at law school in D.C., and RobLiebross, who was down
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
It was a cloudy and cool September day in Hanover as the '98s gathered to watch their first Dartmouth football game of the season, half time most '98s resisted the taunts from upperclassmen and alumni, who urged them to
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1994
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Nihad Farooq
Before I begin revealing all of this month's hot gossip, I have to make a few corrections on some old news. First, for those of you who read in September that Brad Hise was going to be in Germany and then ran off to
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Give a Rouse
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Fred G. Babcock '36, winner of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Agricultural Environmental Leadership Award in the Soil Conservation category
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Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award: Mark Alperin '80
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In May Mark Alperin was honored with this award in recognition of his dedication and success as a fundrais for Dartmouth. Mark is vice chairman of the Alumni Fund, working with younger classes, is a member of die Will to Excel
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Deaths
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These deaths have been reported to us since we prepared the previous issue. Full notice, usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or later one.
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