Issue: 19950901

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OCCOM'S HEIRS
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Microsoft
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September 1995 • Volume 87 • Number 9
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COLDWELL BANKER
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Truman's Decision
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AUTHOR JACQUES STEINBERG POSES the keynote question, "Should our federal museum contain history or iconography?" ("The Bomb in the Nation's Attic," May). But he seems (along with others quoted in the article) to have ignored
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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E. Wheelock
Divers Notes & Observations
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September 1995
No Turning Back
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Suzanne Leonard '96
Searching for a summer internship between my junior and senior years at Dartmouth, little did I know I would be facing a challenge much tougher than the cutthroat job market, more intense than the scrutiny of a
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Landlocked Women Skippers Find Smooth Sailing
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Brad Parks '96
Take a quick scan down the list of the top ten finishers at the sailing national championships, and there's one common denominator - surprise! - they're schools near oceans.
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Excellent Lax
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The women's lacrosse team, after a highly successful regular season which won the Ivy crown, was ranked second in the nation and made it to the semi-finals of the NCAA Division I title matches with a bye. There the
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Grants for Grads
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Eleven recent Dartmouth graduates have been given graduate fellowships by the National Science Foundation, with eight others earning honorable mentions. The $14,400 fellowships support graduate study in the
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September 1995
What's Up? Tuck.
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In the latest U.S. News & World Report survey of M.B.A. institutions, the College's Amos Tuck School of Business has advanced to sixth place from seventh, ranking behind MIT, Penn Stanford, Harvard, and
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Ivy Leadership
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A senior admission officer at Harvard has been quoted in the press in praise of Dartmouth's enrollment of Native American students. The College's contingent of 150 Native Americans is larger than all the other
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Grant x2
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For the first time, Goldwater Scholarships of $7,000 a year until graduation have been awarded to two Dartmouth undergraduates. The prizes, established by Congress, go to top math and science students
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Good Foundation
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The Thayer School will receive $530,000 in grants from the Henry Luce Foundation to support women in engineering. Under the foundation's Clare Boothe Luce Program, $325,000 will underwrite a female professorship
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Heavy Metal Grant
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Robert H. Nutt '49
Dartmouth scientists have been awarded a $7 million, five-year grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to study the affect on human health of lead, mercury, and other heavy metals found
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Science Posters Make Me Sweat
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Heather Killebrew '89
One hundred and two students representing 26 fields participated in Dartmouth's fourth annual science poster symposium in May. The posters summarized research projects conducted under the supervision of professors
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Presidential Range
Obligations of the Educated
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James O. Freedman
This month's Presidential Range presents the full text of President Freedman's speech at Dartmouth's 225 thCommencement.
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TURKEY
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Cover Story
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The President Gives Commencement a Hand
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Thank you very much. President Freedman Acting President Wright; Governor Merrill, thank you foryour warm welcome to my distinguished fellow honorees, I was thinking when they were all introduced, all the others who won this
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Occom's Heirs Get a Home
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Karen Endicott
THEY GATHERED THIS MAY ON THE Green, at the center of Dartmouth, on the ancestral lands of the Abenaki Nation. Lakota and Crow, Navajo and Ojibway Mohegan and Wampanoag and many more. Elders, their sons, and their daughters
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Class Notes
CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Although no formal reunion was planned for our class, Dave Orr '57 of the Alumni Relations Office sent an invitation to the June 10 Alumni luncheon to members near enough to make the trip to Hanover. Unfortunately, I
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1921
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E. Vance Clark
As we know, Furb Haight died in 1993, and his wife, Mary, predeceased him. But it is news that Dartmouth has now received from their estates more than $1,800,000, a bit of leadership we all would love to match.
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1922
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Leonard Morrissey
Some pundit once said the only assured certainty of life is the possibility of change. Present Dartmouth students, as compared to the old-timers, exemplify that adage in choosing their major fields of study.
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1923
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Wayne M. Derkac '71
Jean (Colby) Cole was kind enough to write me recently and send along a wonderful article about Charlie Zimmerman which appeared in the Connecticut Mutual News. Ms. Cole was Charlie's secretary for 34 years and is an
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Our 70th Reunion was a great success June 8-10,13 classmates and 35 guests, including eight Newtons were in Hanover. Present for the class were Pete Blodgett with Louise, Francis Brown of Maine, our Arizona rancher
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1926
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Don Norstrand
Newspapers occasionally list replies to reader questions such as: "What songs were popular in 1922?" (our freshman year being 1922). Well, for your information, some of the songs were "Carolina in the Morning,"
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
Tom Gillespie and LeeGore continue their practice of exchanging birthday greetings, as they share the same birthday in April. They expressed no concerns or complaints at that time.
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1928
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George A. Bell
Since not many classmates seem to be doing anything strenuous these days, it might be appropriate to start a report of inactivities. This idea was inspired by a note from Larry Kenny, who lives on his 200 acres of
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
We hadn't planned to attend Commencement '95, but tickets, transportation, and parking were provided. All we had to do was walk through detector gates and sit in pouring rain for some hours. The spectacle of some 20,000
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
We send our sympathy to Blanche and Milt McInnes for Blanche's stroke in March, which kept her hospitalized until early May. They've given up their apartment in Pinecrest Village and moved into the nursing facility,
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
The recently published heaves from a Family Tree is a memoir byjoe Ruskay. It chiefly concerns the Baum-Webster-Crohn family, beginning in 1842 when their forebears arrived in New York, and highlights the activities of
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1932
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Joe Roberts
Thought for the month: Old age is no bar to men chasing women - it's just that they forget why. The news was good from Washington, D.C., where Mike Cardozo made a remarkable recovery from a two-month siege of
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1933
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John S. Monagan
From the '33 mailbag: Florence Spang sends 1933 her family's thanks for our friendship and condolences and expresses their enjoyment at being part of "a wonderful group." As a former professor, she says, Ken would
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1934
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Gene Orsenigo
I'm honored to have been asked to be 1934's secretary, and if you guys and gals give me all your news to write about, I might be able to get the job done. I'm grateful to Dick Gruen and Bill Scherman for their help so
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1935
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William H. Mathers
The annual Class Officers Weekend was held May 5-6 with approximately 503 in attendance (324 officers, 156 spouses, and 23 guests). Our class again had the largest attendance, with ten officers, eight spouses, and one
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1936
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Ross Martindale
Fred Babcock has made the news once again. The Charlotte (Fla.) Wildlife Preserve has been renamed and is now the Fred C. Babcock-Cecil M. Webb Wildlife Management Area. According to an article in the May 28 edition of
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
"In Pursuit of Excellence, Dartmouth College recognizes with deep appreciation the extraordinary achievements of Chairman Charles O. Blaisdell John E. Johannassen and A. Benedict Doran read the citation naming our
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
Thirty-eight was represented on Class Officers Weekend by Gil Tanis Jim Chandler, Bob Reno,Henry McDuff and widows Tina Towne and Phyl Hill. Gil reports that nothing of class significance transpired except to say that once
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1939
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Dick Jackson
We report another six deaths among our numbers. Mike Peisch died on January 31; Jim Allen passed away in his native Canada on March 5; JimPowers one month later on April 15; PhilJohnson on May 4; and as we write we have
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1940
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Chet Berry
Thanks to ElmerBrowne's superb arrangements, our fabulous 55 th Reunion was a delightful party. About 12 5 eager participants made it to the Hanover Plain. Cool, sunny weather was provided by class meteorologist Joe Bird
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1941
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Dick Jachens
After a two-month hiatus, it's time to play catch-up on our classmates' doings. The well-attended Sarasota mini on March 31 has been ably reported by that master of the megabytes, G. Herman, in his June DFTD. Monk and
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
Just when I thought I was the only classmate "up" on Chuck Herberger's esoteric writings on Stonehenge (see '42 class notes in June DAM), along comes Jeff Markell to burst my balloon. He tells me he has sporadically
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1943
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Paul H. Randall
Don McCorkindale wrote in April to tell us that he and Louise had a most enjoyable visit from Bill andJackie Maeck who had journeyed from their home in Sun City, Ariz., to house-sit for son Peter, who was traveling abroad.
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1944
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Fritz Hier
There were no secret servicemen tucked among our rhododendron bushes in I June when President Bill and Speaker Newt came to town (i.e., neighboring Hanover and Claremont), as we stayed home and escaped the rain and the
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1945
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Don Sisson
As some 180 '45s and 170 spouses and guests know so well, '45's 50th Reunion was classy, friendly, entertaining, emotional, rewarding, satisfying, and memorable. The leadership and literally years of effort by George
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr
John McClintock's newsletter told you all about our mini-reunion. Try to make it, but, above all, think 50th. In my last edition I wondered why '46 had not put a man on the moon. Comes now a response from Alex
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1947
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Ham Chase
Before we plunge into a new fall season, mention must be made of the DOC Jubilee Celebration, held June 2-4 at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge. Among memorable events observed were 75 years of Dartmouth at Moosilauke, 75
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1948
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Sonny Drury
A yellowed copy of The Dartmouth dated Friday, May 28 1948, just fell into my hands and provides nos- talgia about what many of us were doing back in our latter Undergrad days in Hanover. Its price was five cents, and
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1949
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Bob Nutt
In the previous issue we learned that 30 percent of the members of the University Chorus of the Upper Valley are '49ers. Now it can be revealed that ten percent of the participants in this year's Trip to the Sea were
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1950
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Jack Kent
"Retirement will have to wait until 1996 at the earliest, and to those who know me well, this should come as no surprise." So writes Gary Sarno who has taken on another consulting job with a transportation-engineering
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1951
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Bill Brooks
The spring Class Officers Weekend became the platform for launching a medium-size mini-reunion. A firmly packed College agenda of seminars and other presentations concluded in time for your class executive committee to
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr
Class Officers Weekend is a lively time in Hanovera chance to see how other secretaries do it, a chance to sit class-by-class in the gymnasium listening to class awards and individual rewards, and, most important, a
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1953
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Dave Halloran
"For naught avails the strength of Harvard when they hear our mighty cheers." Winsor Wilkinson '10 and Moses Ewing '13 came up with those lyrics nearly a century ago when they wrote "The Dartmouth Touchdown Song."
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1954
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Don Berlin
September 1951. J.S.D. addresses the "largest gathering of Dartmouth students ever assembled in Hanover at a single time." The Alumni Fund sets a record Of 5577,262 ('54 as a class has surpassed that amount several
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1955
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Dick Blodgett
During '55's marvelous 40th Reunion, 184 classmates with 118 spouses, children, and other guests experienced a return to the Hanover Plain with fellowship, food, conversation, sports, and intellectual events. In
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1956
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Tom Harper
The great news: your class is nine months away from the best reunion yet! The great class of 1956 will hold its 40th on June 11-14, 1996. Chairman Tom Rosenwald has been recruited to see whether he can top the 35 th,
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1957
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Richard F.
My faithful reporter Bob Macdonald has given me a good list of classmate news, for which I am most appreciative. As for Bob himself, he has probably played his last hockey game. After recovering from surgery in early
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
"Fifty-eight out!" The 100th anniversary of Dartmouth Night is just a few weeks away. Circle your I calendars for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 20-22. Joe Jacquet has once again lined up a great weekend for
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1959
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Doug Wise
It was unanimously decided that our 35 th Reunion was far and away the best ever. Of immediate importance is that we elected a new slate of officers to take us to the end of the century: President HowardGreene, Vice
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1960
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Ken Reich
Dave Horn motorcycled to our 35 th Reunion from Ashland, Ore., 15 days through 13 days of rain. Phil Serlin bicycled up the Connecticut River, 160 miles in two days. Altogether our splendidly mellow reunion, turning
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1961
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Bob Conn
Ken and Pani Kolb tightly planned our "Big Green Meets the Big Easy" weekend in New Orleans, an event filled with food, food and more food - a true "Taste of New Orleans." Seventy-nine classmates with wives,
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
From near (Dave Duncan, San Francisco) and far, (Roy and Gabrielle Halstead, Brussels), some 60 classmates, "classymates," and family came together at the Pan Pacific Hotel to participate in '62's 55th Birthday Bash in
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Rick Braddock and IBM Chairman Lou Gerstner finally got together professionally after long parallel careers that began after college at Harvard Business School. As a director and consultant for the Lotus Development
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
It was a beautiful spring weekend in Hanover when our president, ChrisPalmer, met with the class officers and members of the class executive committee to discuss plans for our first "official" minireunion, scheduled for
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1965
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Jack Heidbrink; Dick Bordeau
It was a great 30th Reunion. More than 80 classmates were in Hanover in June to enjoyperfectweather, serious reflection about the roads we have taken, and plenty of fun and games. Spouses, significant others, and
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Get a scissors to cut this out, a pencil to write it down, or start walking over to the copier now. Ready? We'll wait. OK, good.
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
If my mail is any barometer, this is a year of lots of career changes and press coverage of' 67 professional accomplishments. Rick Geissinger writes that he has accepted a position as president and CEO of American
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1968
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Peter Weston
Barry Abelson has been elected chairman of the executive committee at Pepper, Hamilton & I Scheetz a Philadelphia law firm. Barry's legal expertise includes securities and merger-and-acqui-sition transactions,
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1969
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Rick Willets
Those of you who live on the West Coast are no doubt aware of Good Guys stores. What you probably don't know is that Bob Gunst is the president and CEO of the consumer-electronics giant. Bob has been busy recently
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1970
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Thomas Lynn Avery
As if orchestrated, the clouds parted, and the sun shone brightly on the sons of Dartmouth, class of 1970, as we descended upon the Hanover Plain to celebrate our 25th Reunion. Nearly 200 strong (not counting spouses,
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1971
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Don O'Neill
Steve Zrike and CharlieCollier want me to remind you that in September you will receive the first request for biographical information for our 25th Reunion Yearbook.
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
Early a.m. on a sparkling June day. As I look out my window at blue skies, the moon is like a round cloud in the distance. The antenna on the World Trade Center, which stands miles away, appears to jut above the
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1973
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Bob Conway
Class Officers Weekend in May brought Paul Sehl. president, Andy Caffrey vice president, Bob Conway, secretary, Bob Haynes mini-reunion chairman, and Bob Barr newsletter editor, together in Hanover to discuss finances,
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1974
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Don Casey Jr
July 28,1972. Watkins Glen, N.Y. Were you there? I'm taking a survey of all '74s. As a budding epidemiologist, I must clarify that the denominator was 600,000 people. The Band's "Live at Watkins Glen" is an enjoyable
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
June 11,1995. On the 20th anniversary of our graduation from Dartmouth, I found myself sitting in Memorial Field stadium in a light drizzle. A helicopter hovered overhead. Secret Service agents clad in black occupied
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1976
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Dick Monkman
Those of you who have sent in news for this column have noticed the time lag before publication. The best exampie in my tenure as class secretary was when I reported that Mike and Susan Chiarella and their
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1977
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Douglas Ireland
We'll look at items in the mailbag from around the world before heading back to the Hanover Plain. JohnJennings sent a card from Chile, where he is executive director of a non-profit environmental concern, Fundacion Lahuen,
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1978
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Brooks Clark
Christine Hughes and Steve Thompson never paid much attention to one another at Dartmouth or at UVA Law School. But when they returned for their tenth-year reunion at Virginia, something was different. "We fell for each
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1979
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Tom O'Neil
At long last, the curtaincall on my service as class secretary. The reunion was a tremendous success, and with the assistance of Grecian Formula, foil treatments, a few dabs of wrinkle cream, and a little
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1980
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Daniel Zenkel
Michael Carothers,
What an incredible Cinderella story. The campus has gone deadly silent. Five unknowns from out of the Alpha Chi basement. It's 5 a.m., Sunday, June 18, here on the first tee at the Hanover Country Club. A solid wall of
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1981
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Abner Oakes IV
In a few days, my wife and I make the trek to New Hampshire for Reunion - and none too soon: I need to swim in a cold New England stream. Summer's returned to Washington with a heated vengeance. Certainly there are
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1982
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Philippa Guthrie
John Lee is an attorney with a respected Chicago film. I know this because he referred business to my firm when his firm needed Indiana counsel. Neat how the Dartmouth family works. John has a lovely wife and daughter
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
Your eyes flit over the boldface names. Oh God, you moan, not again. But I must. Because, you see, I owe Ted Demopoulos an apology. At least, I think I do. I received a London-postmarked postcard from him (or someone
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1984
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Armanda T. Iorio
Just to make sure you all stay connected with popular culture, this column is I brought to you via the Internet. Out of some 1,000 classmates, I've heard from approximately six via e-mail. The rest of you are being left
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1985
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Rick Joyce
BE ADVISED: I have marching orders from GeneralJeff Weitzman to prominently feature (e.g. relentlessly market) our upcoming reunion in the Mag from now till then. Generalissimo Jeff wants everyone to clear their
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"My new name is 'Mom.'" Shelly Mosley Stanzel. Shelly wrote to say that her new baby boy, Chappell, is perfect because he is the first baby who ever liked her! He was born in February. Shelly is the owner of Archiped
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
It's nearly fall again, and I've got that old back-to-school feeling. Thus, DianaHeadley Saunders is the logical choice to start off our news. Diana, a psychology and mathematics teacher at Ursuline Academy, has been
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1988
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Susan Lynch
In the past several weeks I have been "showered" with baby announcements. Nancy Cattrell sends a hello from Minneapolis. Nancy and husband Ray are the proud parents of a baby boy, Jack Henry, born on September 9. Bill
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Tom Avril
In my last column I made a desperate, self-serving, hand-wringing plea for news from my classmates. This just in: groveling works. I now have enough news to fill this whole magazine. Without further ado:
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1990
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John Aronsohn
This month is a bit of a hodgepodge, but that's because reunion provided me with much more information than normal. Anthony Vale graduated from Vermont Law School's M.S.L. program and was awarded a J.D. by Albany Law in
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1991
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Sue Shankman
The attorneys in our class seem to be doing quite well. Deb Karazin wrote to let us know that she is engaged to Jeff Owens '92. He asked her in March, at the Bema at twilight during light snow. Very romantic. They plan
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
Leaving behind a trail of shattered hopes, hearts, and dreams of altitude, the tallest member of the class of' 93 was married on June 10 in Sanary Sur Mer, France. Crawford Palmer and Sandrine Isambert-Chiotti are now
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
Well, I think Cupid must have his little arrow aimed directly at the class of '94 these days, because it seems like '94s all over the place are gettin hitched! You may want to keep this column handy as your 1995 Wedding
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A Man of Many Hats
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Francis "Bud" Brown '25, with daughter Peg Kennedy, indicates his dual loyalties - to the Southwest and to his class—with his headgear. Bud started a ranch in Arizona, which his children now run, and he still enjoys riding on the
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D-MAIL
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An every-issue guide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Freshmen at Heart
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No '29 Vigilantes were around to enforce the wearing of freshman beanies, but '30s Dick Peabody of Sugar Hill, N.H., and Jim Clark of Sun City Center, Fla. donned theirs anyway for a show of class spirit.
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Tennis, Anyone?
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Former Dartmouth tennis player Douglas Mook (left) and wife Harriet netted the chance to catch up with erstwhile team manager Jim Berkey at a '35 reception in the Hanover Inn. "We had no budget whatsoever," recalls Berkey. "We paid
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"I Always Got Caught"
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Down at the '40 tent, one-time Crosby Hall roommates Bill Hutchinson (left) and Johnny Case reminisced about "the things that used to get us in trouble." Case said that he always got called into the dean's office as an accessory to some
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Give a Rouse
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I.M. Sulzbacher '34, for whom a new center for the homeless in Jacksonville, Fla., was named in honor of his years of service to the homeless community
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Capturing the Allies
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A navy photographer in WW II, Robert Bull '45 assisted Maurice Constant in creating portraits of the leaders of the Allied nations. In his special reunion program, "Architects of Victory," Bull showed 50 portraits and told anecdotes
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Leaving Big Blue
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At a '55 class symposium on "The Liberal Arts Over 60," Mordecai Jackson related how he tapped into his liberalarts background as he left IBM to "recareer" and ended up teaching, writing, and directing a peace foundation.
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Sultans of Swing
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At the '59-'60 riverside picnic, the Sultans, former kings of campus swing, reunited and showed they've definitely still got their chops. Gary Washburn '59 (left) and Chris Swanson '61 provided the brass for jazz hits like "I'll
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Shelling Out
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Sixty-fives Derek Knudson (left) and Phil Simmons ready their oars for the Reunion Row. Their crew was in fine form, gliding down the river without a wobble, but the '90 men won the race.
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Conversation Piece
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Tom Coffman (left), Geoff Scott, and Peter Donovan gathered for a little conversation and art appreciation at a 25th Reunion exhibit featuring art and architectural work by their '70 classmates. Behind them is an untitled sculpture
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Just Teething
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Unaware that son David is chewing on his nametag, Jim Holden '79 smiles as they leave the '79-'80-'81 picnic at Storrs Pond. One of the more family-friendly events, the picnic featured swimming, balloon-twisting clowns, and face
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Carry On
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Susan Domchek '90 and her crewmates make ready to get back into the swing of things at the Reunion Row. To kick off the event, the '90 women dedicated a new four-man shell in the name of their fellow
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Obituary
Deaths
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This is a list 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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