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March 1995 • Volume 86 • Number 5
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HILL HAVEN
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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Divers Notes & Observations
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A special section on our professors and what they taught—whether they meant to or not.
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Cox, Poe, and Jefferson's Dead Body
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Peter Gilbert '76
YOU HAVE TO hear English professor Jim Cox's voice that dramatic, sibilant, southern voice—to appreciate this story fully. In one of his lectures, Cox noted that in 1826 Edgar Allen Poe—alcoholic, drug addict,
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Pease Out There
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Brooks Clark '78
ONE DAY, in the middle of one of Don Pease's dramatic lectures on contemporary American fiction, a student in the fifth row of 105 Dartmouth got up, put his backpack on, and started moving toward the aisle. "Wait!"
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A Star from the East Named Dimitroff
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Bill Hartley '58
PROFESSOR GEORGE Z. DIMITROFF walked into the first class of his introductory astronomy course and, with heavy accent, set the record straight: Tam not a damned Russian. I am a damned Bulgarian.
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The Vote
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Nancy Elliott '43A
A CONVERSATION between two ballot counters in a very small Vermont town: "Republican, Republican, Republican, Democrat, Republican, Republican, Democrat—the bastard must have voted twice!"
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Diseased With Poetry
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Everett Wood '38
NO WONDER the students of Shakespeare scholar Walter Brooks Drayton Henderson were in awe of him and uneasy in his presence-particularly on those rare occasions when we spoke to him personally after class or in his
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Intelligent Life
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Sasha Verkh '95
FRESHMAN FALL, I signed up for Intro to Neurosciences, taught by professors Culp, Leaton, Reeves, and Velez. It was at the ungodly hour of nine in the morning. We were all pretty sleepy on the first day. We didn't pay much
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Pipes's Cinch
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Al Henning '77
BRUCE PIPES taught the honors sections of introductory physics during the mid-seventies. Bruce was an inspirational sort of person in the classroom, who invited hard work but was also somewhat mischievous. For instance, on
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Stimulating Poison
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George Hoke '35
JOHN BOWLER taught Physical Education, a.k.a. Smut, one of the few eight o'clock classes. It was generally hated because of the earliness of the hour. Doc Bowler always started off by startling us into wakefulness: "I
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Robinson's Undoing
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Pam Kneisel '76
Frank Robinson would start lectures on Northern Baroque art history with hair combed, jacket on, and white shirt with colorful tie neatly in place. By the end of class his hair was wild, his coat was off, his top button
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The Ascent of Korey
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Rob Eshman '82
HIS LIPS BURST OUTWARD. His nose widened, flattened. Nostrils flared. Eyebrows joined above glassy eyes. The thick neck disappeared into wide shoulders. Then he reached for the water pipes above him, hands spreading to clutch invisible vines. He
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Getting Things Right
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Donald Goss '53
IN THE PALL. of 1949 I took Professor John Wolfenden's basic chemistry course. Wolfenden had a soft British accent and gentle manner that made me think I was going to like the professor but not the subject. And that was
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The Essence
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Mary Cleary Kiely '79
I FIRST WENT to see English professor John Boly in the fall of my senior year, to discuss the possibility of his supervising my thesis on the poetry of Yeats. He asked to see some of my prior work. "What does this mean?" he politely
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Poetry From the Heart
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Brooks Clark '78
I AM NOT a poet, but I took English 40 (Advanced Creative Writing) from Richard Eberhart '26.1 was scared, but I got tips from Gemma Lockhart '79 (who became, among other things, a documentary filmmaker) and Paula Sharp
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A Lesson Tabled
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Ursula Gibson '76
JOE HARRIS TAUGHT US to do a masse shot in Physics 18. I earned 75 cents from the skill that year, my maximum pool-playing income ever.
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Well-Earned Minus
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William C. Sadd '62
DURING MY freshman year I took an English literature course on Nathaniel Hawthorne from Professor Henry L. Terrie Jr. I spent hours in the library on the term paper, created copious notes and references, and wrote what
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Frankly, Scarlett
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Jere Daniell '55
LEON BURR "Cheerless" Richardson—he was called that because he never smiled-was an accomplished writer and teacher of literature. He took an appointment in the Chemistry Department because it paid better. His rival was
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Quite Good
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Abner Oakes IV '81
MANY DARTMOUTH graduates will write about Professor Peter Saccio: English majors, for example, who undertook some grand writing project and sought him out for advising; or members of his Shakespeare course who
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Her Type
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Susan Ackerman '80
AFTER TWO YEARS of hearing from my sister Laura Ackerman Smoller '81 how wonderful a teacher history professor Mary Kelley was, I .finally took one of Mary's: courses. Sex, Gender, and Culture. The first paper I handed
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Busted By the Cryptic
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Valerie Frankel '87
ONCE AGAIN, I'd pulled an all-nighter to finish a paper for English professor Brenda Silver. My topic: the use of chiaroscuro in Wilkie Collins's Woman in White. I had read about half the book by the time I sat down at midnight to
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Rousseau Cops an Exam
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Philippa M. Guthrie '82
THE COURSE WAS ON Rousseau, Kant, and Hegel. I can barely discuss the substance, but I do vividly recall struggling to jam all kinds of unrefined, convoluted thoughts about the State, the Idea, and Imperatives into one-page papers, and
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Higher Unhappiness
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Frank D. Gilroy '50
ON THE FIRST DAY of English 1 in September 1946, English professor John Finch went about the room asking why we freshmen sought a college education.
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Wrong Scare
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David M. Shribman '76
JAMES WRIGHT, now the acting president, is a history professor of great awe and power. I remember being overwhelmed with reading assignments one winter term; the avalanche was so great that I could tell in the first week
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Canned Lit
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Maury Rapf '35
HENRY WILLIAMS was director of the drama program in the English Department in 1965 when College vice president Orton Hicks '21, a former film executive, took it on himself to invite movie exhibitor Arthur Mayer to teach a course in film
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Thanks, Dad
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George Hoke '35
WHEN I WENT IN to see Dean Craven Laycock he pulled my card out of a box and, without paying the slightest attention to me, went on about my father: "Geo Hoke...Geo Hoke...Yes, I remember him well. Big fellow, bigger
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The Master's Reply
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Giegerich '51
IN MY DAY all seniors were required to take Great Issues, a course created by President John Sloan Dickey '29. Classes consisted of periodic lectures held at 105 Dartmouth by well-known leaders from all fields of endeavor.
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Doctored
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Jere Daniell '55
"SO WHAT are you working on these days?" a colleague once asked German professor Stephan Johann Schlossmacher.
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Paradise Regained
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Jere Daniell '55
ENGLISH PROFESSOR F. Cudworth Flint grew up in Lebanon, New Hampshire; Dartmouth didn't go far for professors in those days. Toward the end his eyesight was terrible. But his retention of literature was amazing. He
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A Bridge Pretty Darn Far
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John Collier '72, Th'77
CARL LONG taught a course on structures which I took in the seventies. Part of the course dealt with the design of trusses, in this case specifically to support a bridge. Our class of about ten had studied designs for a
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Privy Counselor
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Jay Evans '49
DURING THE SUMMER of 1923 the student crew of the Summit Camp on Mt. Moosilauke was faced with an odoriferous problem. The six-holer outhouse was overflowing. Rolf Christian "Doc Sy" Syvertsen, an avid outdoorsman and scientist,
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Transformation
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Richard M. Page '54
I REMEMBER English professor Kenneth A. Robinson as a short man, unassuming, almost apologetic about his presence. He stuttered painfully in conversation. His focus seemed always to be elsewhere. But when he walked into
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The Tasting
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John R. Scotford Jr. '38
IN APPEARANCE art history professor Artemas Packard was the epitome of the dashing Hollywood British WW I flier; classic profile, trimmed mustache, dark, piercing eyes in the John Barrymore, Ronald Colman model. And
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Columbia Hailed
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Eddie Chamberlain '36
JOHN STEARNS '16, professor of Latin language and literature, was firmly convinced and most disappointed that Americans did not fully appreciate the deeper significance of their freedom and especially of their birthright. In
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American Patriot
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Christopher Wren '57
AMONG HER STUDENTS, Nadezhda Timofeyevna Koroton was admired for the incandescent passion with which she taught her native Russian language and its formidable literature. She could be no less fervent about her hatred of the
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Roach Motel
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Elizabeth Babb Fanlo '86
PROFESSOR ROBERT Arseneau was our prof and chaperone my junior spring in Washington, D.C., when 18 of us studied government "off campus." The College had arranged for us to stay in the Woodner Hotel, apparently
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Poesis
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David Bradley '38
IMAGINE A COLLEGE so sensible as to have a freshman course in "Music and Poetry" taught by the man who wrote "Dartmouth Undying." Imagine Orpheus, in the guise of Franklin McDuffee, entering with an armload of books and
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In the Ranks of the Learned
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Tamar Schreibman '90
WHEN I WAS walking up to accept my diploma at graduation I happened to pass by the side where three great professors were sitting next to each other. I heard someone whisper my name. As I looked over, history professor
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Solitary Family
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Rabbi Robert Schreibman '57
SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR Francis Merrill taught a course on marriage and family:. One semester I was the only student who showed up. He taught the course anyway, just to me.
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CONTRIBUTORS
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IF ONLY THERE WERE ROOM for all of the hundreds of tales we received. We would have loved to have included the scene by Jay Evans '49 of history professor Herb Hill's standing ovation after he lost a landslide election for governor of
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Alice W. Weymouth
After one of the loveliest and longest autumns I have known in my 50-year residence in Hanover, 1920's 75th reunion year approaches and finds me with no news to report from anyone. So I can only offer the warm wish that
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Wayne M. Derkac '71
H. Sewell Williams, who is the archivist of the Tenth Mountain Division Association, New England chapter, wrote me that Henry J. Perkins is now 94 years old and living at the Mayo Nursing Home on Richardson Street in
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Marshall Newton
Had a great visit with Larry Leavitt on October 30. He gave out a lot. He reminded us that the track around the playing field was named for Dot's father, E.K. Hall, with memorial stone hard by. The stone was sculpted by
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Don Norstrand
Secretary Don Norstrandwanted us to let readers knowthat he has missed his firstClass Notes deadline everbecause he is recuperatingfrom a broken hip. We thinkthat's reason enough. He promises to take up thepen again for the next issue, but in the
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S. Dow Mills
A phone call from NatMorey, Bloomington, Ind., atoned for his failing to meet your secretary on a recent visit to the Mayo Clinic with his family. Nat can no longer play the piano due to arthritis in his hands, but sounded
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George A. Bell
This is becoming, more and more, a report of class inactivities. However, at our age, sometimes inactivity is the best policy. Recently I called PeggyPhillips to find out how John was getting along. She reports he is
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Mary L. Ripley
We were delighted to be present when the former Center Theater at the Hopkins Center was rededicated as the Lansing Porter Moore Theater. The late Lansing Moore' 37 and wife Florence gave more than $2 million for the
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Robert M. Marr
Idled because I was away from home, I was casually thumbing through the Education Life section of the Sunday New York Times when an ad for Wellesley College awakened me. In black letters it said "GO BACK TO YOUR
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Ralph Maynard
Larry Allen wrote that Mary and he frequently see JeanDavis, widow of Mary's brother, our classmate Jack. Larry questioned whether some of the names listed in my October 1994 DAM class notes were even members of our class,
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Joe Roberts
Assembled on the Hanover plain on Dartmouth Night weekend were a fine group of '32ers and friends. They were: the Art Aliens,Dawn Auten, IsabelleBarber, the Boldts with son and his wife, the Cardozos, Don Dalrymple and guests,
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John S. Monagan
After three and a half years in the army, Dave Warden, M.D., devoted his professional career to caring for mothers and delivering babies in Syosset, L.I., and environs. Then, he told us recently, when the premium for
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Richard F. Gruen
The Dartmouth campus has a bundle of buildings and areas where you can walk around and see what's new from the past 60 years. Even the old buildings have changes inside, like Hitchcock Dormitory, where I stopped to see
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William H. Mathers
Many of us have reached an age when signing on for residence in a retirement community is attractive. Babs Bankart, Reg's widow, is moving from Heritage Village in Southbury, Conn., to Thornton Oaks in Brunswick, Maine.
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Ross Martindale
In last year's August column I mentioned that Bob Button was on his way to Nepal to set up a regional telecommunications hub in Kathmandu, with the aim of aiding in the establishment of democracy in that country. Bob is
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Carl L. N. Erdman
Three classes at Dartmouth have 1937 grandchild representatives, all girls. Diane Bullen '98 is the granddaughter of Halsey andSally Bullen; Anna Schecter '98 is the granddaughter of Stan and ConnieBerenson; Marissa Bassett '97
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Richard M. Francis
For many of you, the wolfwind is wailing at the doorway and you are hearing the crunch of feet on snow, while others have been enjoying golf under warm Arizona and Florida sun.
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Richard S. Jackson
I Our number has shrunk to a total of 360 from the 655 men who matriculated in the fall of 1935; this with the passing of Dr. Jim Barr on September 27, and GeorgeBoswell on October 19. (Obits in this or a later issue.)
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Chet Berry
When Labor Day rolls around most visitors to Cape Cod head back across the bridge to the United States. Class of '40 travelers did it differendy, taking advantage of the good October weather. First came Bill and Jane
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Dick Jachens
Pete and Peggy Scott report from Bethesda, Md., that they happily celebrated their 50th anniversary in April 1993. The family, including three sons, their wives and four children, re-celebrated the milestone with a June
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Alex Fanelli
Postcards to 11 of you in the pre-election period asking for thoughts about the GATT controversy yielded several informative replies. Dick Higgins, former VP of Bell & Howell's international staff, says: "I doubt many in
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Paul H. Randall
As I begin this assignment as your class secretary I believe it is appropriate to express our appreciation for the manner in which Charlie Cusack has fulfilled the responsibilities of this position. Taking over upon the
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Fritz Hier
One doesn't have to have been an English major at Dartmouth to have suppressed a giggle at our mini-reunion financial report on the 50th reunion: "We finished with a surplus deficit." And that reminded Clark MacGregor of
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1945
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C. Aubrey Rowan Jr.
October 14-15, our last mini-reunion before the big 50th, was a great success. Mini-Chair Bob Aldom announced: (A) 92 people would attend at least one function, and (B) this was definitely, irrevocably his swan song. It
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1946
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James M. Coleman, Jr.
Joe Verdi is retired and living in Brentwood, Long Island. Spent 32 years with Equitable Bag Cos., giving diatupin 1985. His hobby? Golf, of course, and in keeping with my new refined manners, I shall not disclose his
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1947
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Ham Chase
Seen in Hanover after our October mini-reunion were Townes Harris, a club president, and Ham Chase, a club secretary, and Frankand Urs Weber, who came just for the game. A fine sports weekend, as Dartmouth outlasted Columbia
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
This issue of DAM focuses on anecdotes about professors. I can think of one such story which may bear repeating again. The tale arose some years after our time and concerns thoroughly nearsighted and somewhat
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1949
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Bob Nutt
Back in the November issue, we reported on a significant national honor bestowed on Jim Zafris by the U.S. Small Business Administration: Financial Services Advocate of the Year. Two weeks after the deadline for that
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1950
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Jack Kent
The making of a column. Mailed draft of the December column to Hanover yesterday. Only a day late. Now, start thinking about the next one. Type usual heading into my toy computer: DAM/March.
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1951
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Bill Brooks
You might be interested in learning a bit about your class executive committee, the group you have elected to direct '51's affairs. There are decisions to be made about class goals, use of the class treasury, planning of
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
Georg Sverdrup, who flies often from his Norway home to Hanover, has had a head-lock on the who-has-come-the-farthest reunion trophy since graduation. When Dartmouth, in the person of Professor Oren Young of the Institute
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1953
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Dave Halloran
"We wear the Dartmouth green, and that's enough." Having gotten through a difficult football season, much like those we knew as undergraduates, we take some comfort in that line! Greater comfort, Old Southern style, we
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1954
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Don Berlin
February 1951. Fifty-four's first Winter Carnival. Headline in Daily D, "Alpdudler Pipes Pagan Skiers For Snow Job On 1,500 Bunnies." (A different world—even the D was politically incorrect, but nobody knew it.) Barbara
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
With sunny weather and brilliant New England fall colors, our mini-reunion during Homecoming Weekend, October 14—15, was a great success. The last-minute win over Yale, multiple opportunities for socializing with
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1956
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Tom Harper
Southern Connecticut University has presented its Presidential Community Service Award to the Most Rev. Peter Rosazza, auxiliary Roman Catholic bishop of the Hartford Archdiocese. Pete, who resides in New Haven, has been
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
All of our lives move rapidly along, and change has been the rule rather than the exception. While these notes were submitted for the October issue, they disappeared in transit and missed being published, but I think
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
From Southern California comes word that Don Shagrin has been appointed president of the California Group of Smith Barney. Don will be responsible for five divisions encompassing the states of California and Hawaii. You
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1959
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Doug Wise
Dartmouth Project 59, our new public-service class project, is officially launched! The DP 59 Steering Committee has already met twice and is making good progress toward resolving all of the organizational and logistical
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1961
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Bob Conn
The recent trend of classmates dropping out of the business world to go to work on their own continues. "After a career of 23 years in the world of finance, I resigned my position as president and CEO of Constitution
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1962
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Gordon A. Mckean
Having again failed to anticipate the seasons, extend belated happy New Year best wishes to '62s, families, and friends. The mailbag was empty save one personal note, so thank heavens for Dartmouth's clipping service!
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
What does the State University of New York in Stony Brook, Long Island, have in common with St. Lawrence University in upstate New York on the Canadian border? Why, four outstanding '63 scholar-teachers: Arnie Katz
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
In major 1964 news from the College, Ron Schram (Hingham, Mass.) was awarded the Dartmouth Alumni Award at the fall dinner of the Alumni Council. Ron is the third member of our class to win the prestigious award,
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
"The Roads Lead On" for all of us. We graduated from Dartmouth almost 30 years ago, and some of us explored roads which made us turn back. We found new routes and followed them, sometimes learning that we had made a
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Who you gonna call in Sydney? George Trumbull, that's who. George has moved down under to become CEO of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, the biggest life-insurance company in Australia and one of the 15 largest
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
The news this month includes awards, moves, and promotions. The architectural work of Jim Estes must be really sought after in New England. I see that the American Institute of Architects has presented him with awards
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1969
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Rick Willets
An article in the Wall Street Journal chronicled the vacation adventures of some of the movers and shakers in the business world. Among them were Bill Kneisel and Ken Wilson. Bill went salmon fishing on the Ponoi River
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
Folks, please understand (that I compose these columns on the typewriter I bought during freshman week at the Dartmouth Bookstore. Then, with that in mind, please appreciate that this month's report opens with news way
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1971
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Don O'Neill
Well, the mail has been nonexistent this month (does everyone, have broken hands or is it an outbreak of carpaltunnel syndrome?), so what follows is thanks to the article clippers in the employ of the College.
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
The hawk has swooped down on the Big Apple. Winter is here. A long winter (almost nuclear) with no countdown for pitchers and catchers, yet. Kudos to one of the ex-South Fayers, Bill Schlesinger, who received a James B.
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Bob Conway
If you have sent me a note or called with news since mid-November, do not be disappointed if your item doesn't appear here. The publication schedule of our Alumni Magazine has a seasonal gap (no January issue) that
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Don Casey
"If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant; if we did not sometimes I taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome" Anne Bradstreet. And so, we are in the thick of winter, holding out until the
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
Winter term is in full swing up in Hanover. I have fond memories of driving from Hanover to Colorado with Annie Stockmar Upton '76 during winter term senior year, which I spent skiing (and working) in Aspen along with
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1976
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Dick Monkman
Lots of news from New York this month. ElizabethJanis Upton went to MarianShelton's wedding. The ceremony was in Gracie Mansion, with Mayor Giuliani officiating. Both Marian and spouse Saul Cohen practice law in the city. While
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1977
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Douglas Ireland
You've got to love California. They say all the nuts have rolled West, and from time to time that sentiment is confirmed. A couple months back, Mary and I were celebrating the birth of our son Billy when the nurse leaned
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1978
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Brooks Clark
This is the last of three roundups about '78s in the computer field (which several respondents referred to in e-mail notes with such shorthand as "Techno-weenie News" and "Computer Nerd Update").
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
While there are some very positive rewards to serving as class secretary, certainly one of the toughest duties is to advise you of the untimely death of a classmate. I am sorry to report that during the spring of 1994
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Would anyone have guessed that three of our classmates would settle in Laramie, Wyo.? ChickWoodward, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, was one of only 15 scientists in the country
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1981
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Abner Oakes IV
Karen McKeel
Lolly and I get invited to people's houses for dinner. We go, proffering some small gift, with smiles on our faces. We like it when people like us enough to invite us over for a meal. Only when we arrive at these
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CLASS NOTES
1982
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Philippa Guthrie
I am very sorry about the lack of '82 notes in the November issue. Believe it or not, I had drafted notes, in fact the ones that you are about to read, but then my husband and I had the bright idea of trying our new
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
"I haven't read any news about me recently," complains Ted Demopoulos. Well, Ted, that's about to change, but I have a bone to pick with you. You wrote, "I have become fairly bored with work, running a small (emphasis on
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1985
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Rick Joyce
Its nice to know folks are reading the column. DaveMitchell called after seeing former floormate ChipMiller in the last column, to get Chip's current phone number. Of course I was happy to oblige, in exchange for news of Dave's
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"Jon was really trying to make a difference in the world."—Brian Kunz onJon DanielsEllen Le StourgeonLawless writes from London with the news that she has given birth to a second daughter, whom she named Caroline. Born April 5,
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
Welcome to 1995! May this be a fruitful year for all of us as we begin our thirties Tom Miner's wife, Rosemary, gets credit for updating me on some folks during the fall. Tom just returned from a two-year tour in Germany
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1988
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Susan Lynch
Many of our classmates are experiencing warmer winters, but this month the news comes from the cold country.
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Tom Avril
OK, it's getting to the point where I'm going to have to indulge in wild, unsubstantiated rumor in order to fill up this column. Nobody, and I mean nobody, is giving me information about their professional or
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Lefty Mark Johnson has gone from being a Mudcat to a Pirate, batting his way up through the baseball hierarchy (not to mention the evolutionary chain) right into the majors. At about the time you read this, the
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1991
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Sue Shankman
Thanks to Jon Murchinson for his guest appearance in last month's column! It was great to see Jon and everyone else who made it up to Homecoming in October, and catch up on the latest exciting endeavors of the '91 class.
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
You know, you just have to love the class of '92. Every time I cry out for more news, the letters flood in. Your response has always been terrific, and I really appreciate your extra efforts when the news gets scarce. It
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
After five months of hitching through Chile and then public transportation across Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Peru, culminating at Machu Picchu, Laura Howse returned home to Washington for
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1994
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Nihad Farooq
I've got lots o' news to report from fellow classmates who will help warm your wintery thoughts. For example, did you know that Ginny Hague has been in Germany since July? First, she was interning with OTIS GmbH (the
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Milt Me Innes '30, former president of the Erie-Lackawanna railroad, named to the Railroad Hall of Fame
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Alumni Award winner Ronald B. Schram '64 has immersed himself in Dartmouth activities from Day One
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This is a listing of deaths reported to us since the previous issue. Full notices, usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.
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