Issue: 19950501

Monday, May 1, 1995
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The Bomb in the Nation's Attic
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Chevrolet
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
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May 1995 • Volume 87 • Number 7
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Tales Long Out of School
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Tale End
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Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker
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Mars & Co
Mars & Co
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Centerra Resource Park
Centerra Resource Park
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Martha E. Dicbold Real Estate
Martha E. Dicbold Real Estate
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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HILL HAVEN
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The Dartmouth Club at The Yale Club
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The Hanover Inn
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GISPA
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Divers Notes & Observations
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"E. Wheelock"
ONCE AGAIN, WE WANT TO BE of help in the event that you have spent the last few weeks in a grotto somewhere: President Clinton has accepted the College's invitation to speak at Commencement. Hillary has said that she
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DARTMOUTH 500 MILLION CAMPAIGN THE WILL TO EXCEL
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May 1995
Before I Sleep
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Dawn Conner '95
As I write this essay, I have 195 days until I graduate. And in that time I hope to: learn pottery (next week's project); ski Killington (winter break?); go to English tea at Sanborn House (definitely won't
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May 1995
Tales out of School
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Jay Evans '49
HERB HILL'S ELECTION
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May 1995
Ketching Up
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Building on the success of the Outing Club's 75th anniversary "Bag-a-Peak" event, the Ledyard Canoe Club wants alumni to celebrate its 75th by bagging a river, a lake, an ocean, or even a backyard pool. Float a
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May 1995
Scientific Politics or Political Science?
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Amit Chibber '97
Could the two greatest figures of the Italian Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci and Niccolo Machiavelli, have worked together? In an upcoming book Machiavelli, Leonardo,and the Science of Power, government professor
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May 1995
Net-Net, A Championship
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For the second year in a row, and the 11th time in 16 years, the women's basketball team took the Ivy tide with 12 victories and two defeats and a 16-10 overall record.
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May 1995
Appreciation for '95s
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Seniors Owen Gottlieb and Peter Hecht recently won honorable mentions on USA Today's All-USA College Academic Team. For Gottlieb, a film studies major, it is his third year in a row on the team. His latest
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May 1995
In Praise of Brodsky
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Robert H. Nutt '49
On Grief and Reason, a collection of essays and speeches by Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky to be published this summer by Farrar, Straus & Giroux includes his 1989 Commencement speech at the College, "Boredom's
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May 1995
An Evening with Rassias
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Robert Sullivan '75
Right from the start it promised to be a weird evening. First and foremost, John Rassias was behind it, and of course he's that...well, he's that weird French professor who's always laughing and shouting and
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May 1995
Shakespeare...That is the Question.
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Dawn Conner '95
We asked a hundred undergraduates: Which Shakespearean play have you read most recently? Rate it on a scalefrom 1 to 10.
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May 1995
Meeting the Russian Mafia
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Heather Killebrew '89
When Angela Cross '91 went to St. Petersburg, Russia, to start up a tabloid newspaper, she anticipated a few difficulties. She had little publishing experience, her Russian wasn't very strong, the staff that
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May 1995
Time of the Sign
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Robert H. Nutt '49
Overnight, Shashank Redemtion became Shawshank Redemption."
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May 1995
Meryl-y We Row Along
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Bill Scherman '34
Sharp-eyed members of the class of '70 who saw the watery thriller TheRiver Wild, featuring Meryl Streep, may have noticed among the credits the name of their classmate Denis O'Neill, responsible for the film's
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Syllabus
Cosmic Bubble Bath
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Karen Endicott
"WHY IS THE UNIVERSE so bubbly?" asks Mercelo Gleiser
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Prof's Choice
The Big Bang, Cosmology, and the Dancing Universe
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Professor Marcelo Gleiser
A note of caution: If you venture into the science section of a bookstore, you are bound to find many books on the Big Bang, Cosmology, the Mind of God, etc. Although some of these books are quite good, most of them present the physics
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22,23,24,26,27
Cover Story
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The Bomb in the Nation's Attic
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Jacques Steinberg '88
THE NEW HEAD OF THE SMITHSONIAN, IRA MICHAEL HEYMAN '51, FINDS HIMSELF IN A POLITICAL FIRESTORM OVER THE ENOLA GAY. WHIGH RAISES THE QUESTION: SHOULD OUR FEDERAL MUSEUM CONTAIN HISTORY OR ICONOGRAPHY?
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HISTORY THAT WON'T FLY
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Karen Endicott
MARTIN SHERWIN '59 LED THE FIGHT AGAINST THE GROUNDING OF THE ENOLA GAY EXHIBIT.
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LEARNING WHAT WORKS
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Shelby Grantham and Karen Endicott
TAKING DISABILITIES SERIOUSLY MEANS REDEFINING HOW STUDENTS GET AN EDUCATION.
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Slicing in the Wilderness
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Glen Waggoner
Get past high winds, crisscrossing tee shots, and a stand of trees called The Office, and You have completed Dartmouth’s wildly eccentric golf course.
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Lexus
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
A message forwarded by Hope Frey brings news of Margaret (Mrs. Howard) Kaichen in Michigan: "About to have my 92 nd birthday. I am reasonably active and enjoy being alive. All my family is well, and I enjoy the closeness
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1921
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E. Vance Clark
Lucy Briggs sends me a very interesting article from the newsletter of St. ThomaS Church in Hanover by Judith Esmay, editor of the newsletter.
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1922
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Excerpts follow from letters written by the two recipients of the Class of 1922 Scholarship. The students are in the class of 1997.
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1924
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Edward Winsor
A note from MarionHourdequin, widow of Felix. She is now living at an "excellent facility" in West Hartford, Conn. She reports that "our grandson, Jamie Hourdequin, is a very happy freshman at Dartmouth." Jamie is also the
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1925
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Marshall Newton
I've been in contact with Pete Blodgett, Larry Leavitt, and Radford Tanzer. All are chipper, and all have sights trained on Reunion. Ginny Newman went to Sarasota at the end of 1994 to work on boosting membership in
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1926
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Don Norstrand
Executive committee member Bob Stopford Boca Raton, Fla., took a little time to call me to see if I would answer the phone. Bob sounds good, and his health continues pretty much the same.
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
Bob Tobey and Alice celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary last fall in Florida. He still plays golf at a nine-hole course and enjoys Florida weather.
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1928
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George A. Bell
An otherwise delightful letter from Liz Mason Zack, the daughter of Les Mason, reports an unfortunate happening to her father that was news to me. It seems that Les was hit by a car while crossing the street in
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
Happy Easter y'all from Texas, where we are spending part of April with family. Do you remember that your class was the first to "escape" compulsory chapel? Dr. William Lougee 1888 writes in his memoirs, "The bell rang
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
I know all of you join me in offering condolences to Fran Horn in his, and our, loss of Billie, his wife and much-traveled partner of almost 60 years and a regular at most of our reunions. We'll miss her.
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
In the winter 1994-95 issue of Dartmouth Medicine, DMS class of 1932 secretary Art Ecker reported news from classmates Henry Almond, BobFraser, Al McLean, and Monty Montgomery. Likewise Joe Roberts '32, secretary of DMS
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1932
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Joe Roberts
Marv Chandler of Carmel, Calif., reports that he is well and that his son Tom is a grandfather. At the same time JayWhitehead is boasting of having four great-grandchildren. How many of you guys and gals are
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1933
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John S. Monagan
A belated check of our files brings to light a report on the doings of Ted andLaura Allen that includes two poems by Laura, the official "sweet singer of 1933." Laura turns on the poetic spigot at the drop of a hat, and the
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1934
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Richard F. Gruen
Just for the record, and because you may be reading this in lilac time, it started out to be the mildest winter in Hanover in years. Then came a foot of snow, just in time for Carnival. Besides enabling me to get back
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1935
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William H. Mathers
If you have not signed on to attend the big 60th Reunion June 12—14 do so NOW. As one of our distinguished classmates said so succinctly, "Plan to come back for the 60th and avoid seeing your name in the obit column of
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1936
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Ross Martindale
The unusual weather has been a topic of conversation just about everywhere this year. Here in Maine we were beginning to think we would get away with a really mild winter, but we had one surprise snowfall in January
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Golfing, gardening, tennis, or walking may be on your mind as you read this issue, but it's also time to plan for the fall mini-reunion. Cochairmen John Johannessen and Charlie Blaisdell have completed plans for
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
John Smillie, our retired ophthalmologist from Ann Arbor, Mich., proudly writes, "My granddaughter Ellen is a freshman at Cornell thanks to help of a $9,800 scholarship. Her 3.95 GPA at Huron High was an essential, of
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1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Via the College we learned of the passing of MartinHowell on November 13. (Obit in this issue.)
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1940
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Chet Berry
Several of our Hanoverarea classmates joined in a battle against the New Hampshire Highway Department. It seems that Ledyard Bridge is about to collapse and our classmates and their compatriots felt that the New
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1941
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Dick Jachens
My apologies to Les Davis for this tardy write-up of our conversation in November. Les was visiting john and Margie Kelley here in Sarasota on his way to Orlando, where Linda was attending a committee meeting of the
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
Dick and Betsy Silver were hoping to see other Dartmouth '42s this springon an upcoming College-sponsored tour of Australia and New Zealand, but it now looks as though they'll have to settle for some '39s, '40s, and a
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1943
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Paul H. Randall
My wife, Betsy, and I spent a few weeks on Sanibel Island off southwest Florida a while ago. While there I was able to contact a few of our classmates. Burrows Barstow in St. Petersburg advises that his wife, Katie,
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1944
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Fritz Hier
Sure wish we'd been a fly on the wall or a puck in the net in mid January I when Jack Riley and 16 out of his 17 players on the 1960 Olympic hockey team that beat the Russians got together for a 35th reunion in Tampa. A
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1945
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The Moose
On February 13, in anticipation of Valentine's Day, five '45 classmates and their permanent sweethearts gathered on the outside deck of The Ship's Lantern restaurant in Englewood Fla., for a snowbird mini, Gabfest and
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
I told you last month I was going to start with the "A's" and go through our class roster. Upon more sober reflection I calculated that it would take about 20 years to do that, but I did go to the "B's" this month, with
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1947
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Ham Chase
The family of Bernard"Bud" Nossiter has created an annual prize at Dartmouth to encourage sound and independent reporting among undergraduates. The Bernard Nossiter Prize in Journalism, including a cash award of $1,000
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
George Mijchalek spent his working life in advertising and management consulting in N.Y.C. He used to see Jim Schaefer quite often, also in advertising in the Big Apple, but since receiving his degree in 1949 has not
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1949
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Bob Nutt
Back on January 17 you might have come across this stock-market prognostication in The New York Times Business Section: "A respected market strategist, Michael Metz of Oppenheimer & Co., doubled his model stock allocation
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1950
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Jack Kent
A few months ago, I mentioned in this column that it would be fun to identify the "Class Grandchild," the first girl or boy whose father"or mother also went to Dartmouth. That is, three generations starting with ours. I
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1951
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Bill Brooks
Anyone who has ever maintained a mailing list knows that the ancient Greeks were right to observe that "Nothing endures but change." The College does an heroic job, but still classmates vanish. We're searching for word
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
All the classes in this magazine are moving one after another on a highway with landmarks sliding by: graduation, marriage, 25th Reunion, age 50, 40th Reunion, and now comes age 65, approaching fast and then suddenly
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1954
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Don Berlin
April 1951. Five hundred and forty '54s voted to elect sophomore officers: GaryMcKee, president; Jay Chandler, vice president; John Gillespie, secretary; Hank Offterdinger, treasurer. Frosh golf team beat KUA led by Skip
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
According to a recent article in the Lancaster (Pa.) Sunday News, it didn't take the Rev. Canon PeterGreenfield long to make a difference. Peter arrived in Lancaster in 1983 as the new rector of St. John's Episcopal Church,
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1956
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Tom Harper
The Cube would have loved it. The annual New York Fun Fest continued as a highlight of the year for the 60-odd 's6ers who traveled to Gotham City for a weekend of meetings and meals. On Friday a spirited class meeting
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
Monk and Marcvia Bancroft and Clark andHappy Griffiths organized a mini-reunion in Hanover on March 4. They were joined by Keith Nolan and friend, Mike Smith and his wife, and Tomand Sue Schwarz, plus several members of the
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
My apologies are due to the family of George Salkeld.In the Alumni Magazine obituary I wrote, I overlooked the fact that he and his wife, Sandy, had the joy of seeing Allison, their oldest daughter, graduate with the
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1959
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Douglas Wise
Our 35th is about a month away. You've seen our updated class directory and realized it would be fun to see some of the guys. So, now that you really know what's happening that week, it's not too late to call or write or
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1960
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Morton Kondracke
Reunion update: Rey Moulton reported in mid-March that 75 classmates were definite "yeses" for our 35th, June 12-15, and another 75 were "maybes." While there's still time, you should know that these numbers fall well
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1961
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Robert Conn
A profile of David Laughlin in the Vermont Standard tells of the almost breathless variety of activities that have entered his life during his 30 years of dentistry in Woodstock, Vt. Some examples: In 1970 David
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1962
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Gordon A. Mckean
A recent Los Angeles Daily Journal article magnifi-cently profiles the career of Bruce J. Ennis civil litigator. In this comprehensive biographical sketch, Bruce is described by other outstanding (and often opposing)
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Jack Watts is a consummate preservationist of life and of property. As a professional, he specializes in fire safety, a rare disci pline acquired when he left Dartmouth in the middle of his junior year to work in the
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
I don't have any news to report this month, but I want to call your attention to the next major event in the illustrious history of the award-winning class of 1964.
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink
Fill up the gas tank and get ready for the greatest roadtrip of the decade. In just a few weeks, hundreds of classmates will be headed for Hanover and our great 30th Reunion, "The Roads Lead On." Those who are making
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1966
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Larry Geiger
One humanitarian note this month, and a couple of philosophical thoughts. Dr. Larry Hopperstead has recently been named director of trauma services at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. Larry has been practicing
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1969
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Rick Willets
Jack Bassett is no longer with DuPont and has established himself as an independent consultant dealing with businesses involved with chemicals and energy. Having passed the CPA exam recently, he will be expanding his
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
We have an update on Gordon Hughes, M.D., who is enjoying the challenges of academic medicine on the faculty of the Department of Otolaryngology and Communicative Disorders at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Gordon
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1971
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Don O'Neill
Robert "Moses" Pendleton, one of the founding members of Pilobolus Dance Theatre, and choreographer of the 12-member Connecticut-based troupe named MOMIX, was featured in a Litchfield County Times article last fall as
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
Prep for two years of an "eye of Newt and toe of Bill" type of government. A witch's brew...which, by the way, was what Ma Gingrich meant that Newtie said witch, like in The Wizard of Oz, that family values flick with
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1973
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Bob Conway
Gary Alwyn Mason died last December 20 after a 20-year struggle with multiple sclerosis. At the College he was a Bones Gate member, a wrestler, and a Canoe Club member. After graduation Gary completed work for a B.E.
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1974
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Don Casey
"There is a sumptuous variety about the New England weather that compels the stranger's admiration and regret. The weather is always doing something there; always attending strictly to business; always getting up new
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
Another one of our classmates has been honored for outstanding contributions to the College. FrankGallo, president of the Dartmouth Club of Western Washington, was named Club President of the Year for 1994. Under Frank's
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1976
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Dick Monkman
One of the many pleasures of life in Alaska is that you can't just leave whenever you might want to. If the weather doesn't cooperate, you're stuck and might as well make the best of it. I spent several days last month
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1977
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Doug Ireland
I Thanks to many of you for news of you and your classmates. Special thanks to Mike Mosher, who sends me interesting notes and clippings from the local press with items about people we know. One such note told more of
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1978
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Brooks Clark
As early as 4:00 in the morning, the people started lining up outside the voting stations. Before sunrise Alice Brown, an international election monitor, was driving from station to station to observe the intricacies
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
The following announcements of professional success and asset accumulation couldn't have been better timed. Ed Baldridge and cronies are leading the reunion fundraising effort, and all promotions have been duly noted.
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Jerry Murray, an ordained Catholic priest, is studying canon law at the Vatican. Jerry recently joined the commissioned corps of the navy, and last summer served his first tour in Newport, R.I. Every spring Jerry
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1981
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Abner Oakes IV
Karen McKeel Calby
I just finished Remarque's All Quiet on the WesternFront with my sophomores. Imagine if Speaker Newt had written a new version of that classic WW I novel and if the narrator had been Pauline Baumer, rather than Paul. And
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1982
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Philippa Guthrie
Well, it appears that pleading for news from you works. I received several news items from the College and several letters from classmates, one of whom had the gall to state that I sounded desperate. In fact, I do not
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
It's a good thing NancyBick was always the shy, retiring type, with not too many friends, otherwise I never would have gotten this column in on time. Nancy recently left her job at Microsoft in Seattle, where she met husband
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1984
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Amy Iorio
All I can say is, thank goodness Dartmouth sends me press releases. I'll start with those. Beth O'Neill Maloney rejoins Peabody & Brown after serving as counsel to the U.S. Senate Banking Committee for the Whitewater
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1985
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Rick Joyce
SHORT SHARP SHOCKED. Sometimes a few words speak volumes. I reprint for your perusal the following single paragraph I received from a classmate. It is hard to imagine that even Hemingway could pack more news and vivid
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"The Dartmouth Outing Club. It's the history of American winter." PaulHochman, in Ski MagazineHerman Narcho and his wife, Gracie, are the proud parents of a baby girl named Rachel Alexandra. Herman reports, "Last summer, I
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
I want to open this month with a big thank you for all who have sent letters and e-mail! The news is much appreciated, so keep it coming.
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CLASS NOTES
1988
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Susan Lynch
Greetings classmates! This month Susan MarshallAbraham again sends us news of '88s in and around Chicago. Josh Low is working at Mercantile Exchange and has taken up numerous new sports like in-line skating and beach
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1989
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Tom Avril
Some of you have asked for news about me, which I will reluctantly provide, only because it's so wacky. I recently wrote a story for the Philadelphia Inquirer about how New Jersey Governor Christie Whitman is naming a
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1990
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John Aronsohn
Eliminating the clutter. This month, RobertRanco (RANCO@utxvms. cc.utexas.edu) wrote in to "eliminate some of the initial small talk" he anticipates at reunion by filling us in on his life. He's pursuing an M.M. in
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1991
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Sue Shankman
It definitely is strange to think that at this time four years ago, we were getting ready to graduate from Dartmouth. Stranger still is the fact that next year at this time we will be getting ready to attend our Fifth
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
LET'S TALK MONEY! That ought to get your attention. Shortly after we graduated, class treasurer and financial wizard Yoo Jin Kim invested our class dues in a brokerage account, which enables the class to invest in mutual
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
Stopping by Hanover on a snowy evening, I happened upon the Chamber Singers' annual Feast of Song, this year in the court of Maximilian I of Bavaria in 1575. Extra ticket in hand, I hurriedly searched for someone, anyone
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
Happy spring everyone! I'm still catching you up on news I received in January, so here goes. JessAndre, my most-missed Sanborn tea companion, wrote to report on life in Telluride, Colo., where she is living with Dana
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Give A Rouse
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Adolph "Bucks" Weil '35 and Robert S. Weil '40, named Citizens of the Year by the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser
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