Issue: 19951101

Wednesday, November 1, 1995
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IT IS THE NEAREST REAL MOUNTAIN, AN EXTENSION OF CAMPUS.
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LINCOLN
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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Rare Essentials
Rare Essentials
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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November 1995 • Volume 87 • Number 3
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
A Home For Native Americans
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Veteran Warriors
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Bermuda Shorts
Bermuda Shorts
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Ivy League Magazine Network
Ivy League Magazine Network
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LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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Redpath & Co. Commercial Division
Redpath & Co. Commercial Division
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REDPATH & CO., REALTORS
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DARTMOUTH COOP
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Buyer's Resource
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American Heart Association
American Heart Association
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Maybe if I paid my class dues they'd let me move out.
Maybe if I paid my class dues they'd let me move out.
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CENTERRA
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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Golden Rock Inn, Gingerland, Nevis, West Indies
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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THE DARTMOUTH LAMP
THE DARTMOUTH LAMP
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Martha E. Diebold
Martha E. Diebold
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OIC THE OPTIONS INDUSTRY COUNCIL
OIC THE OPTIONS INDUSTRY COUNCIL
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Country Gifts
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Distinctively Dartmouth
Distinctively Dartmouth
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Sweetwood
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If I pay my class dues maybe they'll let me back down.
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BEAVERKILL
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Article
NOVEMBER 1995
Full Cycle
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Woody Klein '51
l am sitting at a battered old wooden desk cluttered with newspapers, letters to the editor, lined pads, handwritten notes from the staff, a tall glass holding pencils and pens, a dirty coffee cup. My
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Article
NOVEMBER 1995
The Doctors' Dilemma
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Robert Nutt '49
The health-care debate goes on, in Hanover as elsewhere, and who better to analyze the pros and cons than C. Everett Koop '37 and Richard Lamm one the former surgeon general, and head of Dartmouth's Koop
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NOVEMBER 1995
"Apache Pull Toy"
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Apache Pull Toy, a sculpture by Bob Haozous, is included in an exhibit at the Hood that features Native Americans artists who have also been artists-in residence at Dartmouth. In celebration of its tenth anniversary the museum is
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NOVEMBER 1995
This Guy is Dialed In
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Amit Chibber '97
To lower their phone bills, most people switch phone companies. Jeremy Katz '95 went one better. He started his own phone company. He bought phone time in bulk and resold it to professors and students at Dartmouth and five
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NOVEMBER 1995
Shoot the Pager
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William Scherman '34
Doc Hall's Journal: The Rumblings of a Sportsman, by James W. Hall III '55 (Wilderness Adventures Press).
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NOVEMBER 1995
Familial Wring
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Walking past the Hop we heard the unmistakable wooosh-wooosh sound of a washing machine. Inside the Rotunda a woman was ironing and hanging up laundry. We knew that budget cuts have
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NOVEMBER 1995
And The Walls Came Down
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The former Mary Hitchcock Hospital went out with a bang. Really. A crew dynamited the building on September 9, leaving a rather large pile of rubble. Now comes the fun part for Hanover's sidewalk
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NOVEMBER 1995
Studying the Student Body
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Amit Chibber '97
If you've ever wondered what makes certain Dartmouth students happier and more successful than others, you've got company. In the summer of 1989 education professor Andrew Garrod and English professor
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NOVEMBER 1995
Overdosing On No
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Jane Korey
After several years of telling kids to "just say no," early drug education may turn out to be a bust. According to Dartmouth Medical School researcher John Pryor, kids may already have overdosed on drug
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NOVEMBER 1995
TALES out of SCHOOL
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Brooks Clark'78
THE TALE OF A 'TAIL
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The Bell Lap
The Bell Lap
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Syllabus
Shades of Black
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Kathleen Burge '89
What's one of the Criticisms you heard about 'The Cosby Show' in its heyday?, asks assistant English professor Martin Favor, referring to the sitcom that shaped many Americans' impressions of black life.
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Prof's Choice
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Professor Martin Favor
SOULS, SHOPPING, AND DUELING PROTAGONISTS.
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28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35
Cover Story
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FACING SMARTS
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W.D.Wetherell
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NUMBER 3
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Brooks Clark '78
Jay Fiedler '94 might have been the best quarterback the Ivy League has ever seen. Now in the NFL, he gets to play about as often as the Speaker of the House gets to be President. But who's complaining? By Brooks Clark '78, Illustration by Greg Spalenka
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The Color of Astroturf
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Jay Fiedler had a chance to catch up on some Dartmouth connections during the NFL preseason. His Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Jets on August 12, a game in which Fielder drove the' Eagles 91 yards for
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Peter Smith's Tribal Links
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Robert Sullivan '75
The man who runs Shinnecock Hills is more than groundskeeper, HE IS KEEPER OF AN ANCIENT FLAME.
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42,43,44,45,46,47
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Looking for Mister Right Stuff
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Jane Hodges '92
Our dauntless correspondent faces her traumatic memories of Dartmouth romance head-on, by signing up with an elite-school dating service.
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48,49
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Sentimental Sap
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Robert K. Nutt '49
It rises for some alumni every, fall, when the freshmen arrive for a hike.
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1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Since I have no news from the living, I'll turn to one of 1920's once-upon-a-time members for inspiration. A friend recently lent me a copy of What the Old Timer Said, combined with The Old Timer Talks Back,
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1921
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E. Vance Clark
When I was a small kid in Denver, I lived on a street called "Galapagos." That was after an Indian tribe of that name. I found out my street was one of a long list of Indian tribe-named streets, all the way from
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
A recent visit to the home of Steve Osborn in St. Paul, Minn., yielded dividends. His son, Merritt, class of' 50, was visiting his parents from his home in Ohio. We shared a few reminiscences of our respective
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1928
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George A. Bell
Continuing my pursuit of information on the inactivities of our classmates I called Milt Hoefle, M.D. After graduation he went on to graduate from the Dartmouth Medical School in 1930. He practiced surgery
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1929
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Mary L. Ripley
The class of 1929 passed its Alumni Fund goal thanks to the momentum from Dick Black's years and the good work of Herb Bissell and all you class agents.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
Previews of my October column, which I regularly send to Messrs. Fenton, Keene, and Wolf, elicited favorable comments from Bill and Ted, concerning a 1930 gathering centered on the annual May Class Officers Weekend.
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
By the time you receive this issue of the Alumni Magazine I shall have attended both the Penn and Cornell games, and the team will be off to a championship season. I hope I'll have a lot of news from classmates at
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1932
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Joe Roberts
In early summer in Colorado Springs, amid torrential rain and testing traffic, we found the home of Cal and Vonnie Fisher. Cal, who had a second cardiac episode recently, is doing relatively well. Also visiting
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1933
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John S. Monagan
Gil Beebe, epidemiologist and statistician extraordinary, characterized as of peak importance among those scientists studying atomic bomb effects, was prominently quoted in an August 6th Washington Post article,
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1934
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Gene Orsenigo
Harlan Banks is "returning to his roots" that's Lynn, Mass., I had to look it up and will be moving into a lifetime care center around September 1. He will be joining fellow professor Herb Jackson already there.
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1935
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David Buxbaum
Forgive us our trespasses as we are about to steal Bill Mathers's style of writing this column, rather than adhere to the DAM style booklet's (DAM means Dartmouth Alumni Magazine) recommendations, which we found
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1936
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Ross Martindale
The '36 lobster get-together was a little different this year. Partly because of the small group, it was held indoors at the Schoolhouse Restaurant in Portsmouth, N.H., on Tuesday, August 8.
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1937
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Carl Erdman
The voice on the telephone was commanding. "This is Carl Erdman. Will you (Rotch) write a column on '37 at 80? And keep it to 350 words."
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
Dr. Ed Hibler, our licensed family therapist and business consultant from Mariposa, Calif., specializing in stress management, is the author of another exciting new book for the discriminating woman.
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1939
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Dick Jackson
Endy and Jeannie Smith were in York Harbor, Maine, for a weekend in July, visiting Jeannie's daughter Sandy, and family, who live in a marvelous old restored house. It is not far from John Hancock's warehouse, in
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1940
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Jack Faunce
Yes, the class has a treasurer—Stet Whitcher, who has served for 20 years, was elected to continue until the year 2000. At the class meeting Ann Berger reported writing to all widows at least twice a year.
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1941
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Dick Jachens
The summer produced record temperatures in many parts of the nation, but I'm hoping you're all enjoying beautiful, and cooler, autumn weather at this reading. I had a nice telephone talk with Doug Wheale in
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
A welcome note from Bob Kirk, a faithful correspondent. (Doubly welcome since at the moment I have no news from other classmates.) Bob says, "On July 25 I attended the annual meeting of the Friends of Hopkins Center
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1943
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Paul H. Randall
Does it appear to you that with the passing of August 15, the anniversary of the actual Japanese surrender in WWII, we of 1943 have crossed a seminal point in our lives? Beginning with the 50th reunion of our
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1944
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Fritz Hier
We got a real scoop on Don and Maryann Pfeifle's 50th wedding anniversary shindig, held July 22 at their former ski lodge, the Sugarloaf Inn, in Maine. Some 80 people gathered to wine, dine, and dance the night
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1945
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Don Sisson
President Moe Frye sends fall greetings along with a special invitation: he wants to add more of us to the Class Executive Committee. This is the group of volunteers to whom the class officers look for guidance and
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.,
Summer winding down as I write. Been a somewhat difficult one here at the New Jersey shore. Hot and humid with lots of rough surf, causing all sorts of problems for the bathers. Hope all of you enjoyed wherever
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1947
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Ham Chase
Just when I need some good material for a column, names pop out at me from our class survey. This is still useful news, as I've noticed that for us, things don't change as fast as they used to.
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1948
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Sonny Drury
President John Hatheway reminds-all '48s that June 1998 is rapidly approaching and that work is well under way. Plans for the 50th yearbook are developing under Bob Herrick's directions with the technical help of
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1949
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Bob Nutt
Who, in his right mind, just as he becomes eligible for Social Security, would start taking piano lessons for the first time? Well, Bill Ballard, for one. (If you've heard of another let me know.) Then there are
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1950
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Jack Kent
This month's DAM issue should reach you in time to make last-minute plans to come to Hanover for this year's fall mini-reunion, _ the weekend of October 20-22. If you're of a mind to, telephone Len Matless right now
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1951
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Bill Brooks
A few yesterdays ago a schoolmate of mine in Montclair, N.J., was Anne Logie. In those days I had never heard of Madison, Conn., but Anne had; she summered there (which is to say now 'here') in a house just 100
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.,
Peregrine falcons were placed on the endangered species list in 1974. The bird, which is the size of a crow, dive-bombs its prey at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour and flies from winter quarters in South
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1953
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Dave Halloran
"Where, O where are the Pea Green Freshmen? Safe at last in the Soph'more Class." We are at that time of year in the autumn when the Dartmouth of of the heart seems to blossom. The matriculation of the new class,
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1954
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Don Berlin
November 1951: First '54 road-trip accident Tom Scott injured; John Varnam stars in Players' production of The Rivals; D.U. won in intramural basketball led by Mort Galper and Ed Hayes, as did Beta led by Dave
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1955
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Leon Mattel
As promised in the last issue, let me conclude the story of the intrepid bond of chubbers and trekkers who made it to the Mt. Moosilauke Ravine Lodge the day before our 40th Reunion this past June, to experience
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1956
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Tom Harper
It is now only eight months until the glorious '56 40th on June 10-13 next, and our class has set another record. It is the first time that any Big Green class has gotten this close to reunion without a chairman.
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
Michael Lasser hosts the FM radio show Fascinatin' Rhythm and has won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, which many describe as the Pulitzer of radio and TV broadcasting. Michael's show is nationally
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
The world of retirees will be welcoming John Hart come the end of February 1996. John will be winding up a long career in forestry, most recently at Michigan State. While plans are somewhat uncertain, Colorado may
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1959
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Doug Wise
Marty Sherwin returned to the faculty of Tufts University at the end of August. He had been the director of Dartmouth's John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding since July of 1993, and had taught
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1960
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Ken Reich
Forty Californians were admitted to our class, but 67 names show up on today's roster as living in California—quite a westward drift. And in three years, there will briefly be a California focusour 60th
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1961
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Bob Conn
Henry Eberhardt, our class agent, said it best: "We're back." After several years of struggling to meet our goals in the Dartmouth Alumni Fund, the class raised $140,889, which bettered our goal of $126,161 by 15
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
Per usual, I am a writer in desperation. There are only several hours to go before Pat and I depart for our first visit to the emerald island of Ireland for a two week vacation. We do not have a fixed itinerary
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
"Final Illusions About Vietnam Crumble," an article in the Valley News by Bill Riley, of Meriden, N.H., is a personal and painful reaction to Robert McNamara's book. Bill describes the death of Duncan, a
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
This month the column is focused on '64s who started in New Hampshire Hall and have gone on to productive business careers. Starting in the Middle-East, Chuck Pitman is president of Amoco's largest petroleum
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GLASS NOTES
1965
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Dick Bordeau
By the time you read this, I should have considerably more class news from our October mini-reunion (these columns are written three months in advance). The class pipeline needs more news but here is what I have
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Get set for "Highway 66 Revisited," another of those "better than the original" sequels that's sweeping Hollywood.. .and Hanover. Yes, it's our 30th Reunion, June 13 to 16, 1996. We'll be housed in centrally
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GLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
It seems you can't pick up a paper anywhere in the country without spotting articles about our classmates. On the West Coast recent sports section featured Charlie Hoevler on the front page. It seems Charlie
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1968
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Peter Weston
Ron Weiss' skills as class treasurer have earned him the position of vice president of the Class Treasurer's Association, so pay your dues now so he doesn't look bad.
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1969
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Rick Willets
Some people are born lazy, others achieve laziness, and still others have laziness thrust upon them. As a card-carrying member of all three groups, I find myself only minutes from my deadline with no news of
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1970
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Gary Brooks
The reason our fearless class secretary, John Chittick, is not penning this column is that he is currently in Vietnam under the auspices Harvard and the Sony Corp. John received his Ph.D. from Harvard in education
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1971
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Don O'Neill
A reunion committee planning session was held at my place in Connecticut on July 31, with ten classmates and David Orr of the College in attendance. We reviewed a preliminary budget and began refining the schedule
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1972
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Joe E. Einsidler
Hazy, hot, and humid! I just need that reminder when the frost is on the pumpkin. Attention classmates, flash bulletin: our news black out has been lifted. I was not sure word had gotten out.
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1973
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Bob Conway
The 50th anniversary this year of the end of the Second World War, the dedication of the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C., and Veterans Day this November has made me reflect this month on our classmates who
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1974
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Don Casey Jr.,
Eureka! The class of '74 has achieved yet another milestone: A real live e-mail message from a fellow classmate to the class secretary. John Kemeny would have been so proud, especially given all of the time and
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
The past year has been full of blessings for Blake and Lou Ann Winchell. Their new baby Richard Oliver will turn one in December. He has a sister, Elizabeth 6 and a brother, Andrew 4. The Winchell family was excited to
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1976
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Dick Monkman
Just before leaving for a month in China, Professor Brewer Doran sent a fax asking me to let you know that she is hosting this year's Dartmouth Night mini- reunion. There is a Top of the Hop function with other
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1977
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Doug Ireland
As we approach our 20th Reunion, I thought it might be worthwhile to consider alternative sites for the event. I realize it goes Against many of the college's longstanding traditions and defeats some of the
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1978
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Brooks Clark
After seven years in Singapore, Paula McLeod and Jamie Pfaff '77 are moving to Hong Kong just in time for the July 1, 1997, changeover to China. In Singapore Paula worked for Unilever, then did marketing
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1979
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Jim "Wazoo" Wasz
Jeffrey Boylan,
Greetings from Ward 9.... Brilliant golden shafts of sunlight turn the flanks of Mt. Tamalpais shades of purple as the lighthouse on Alcatraz beams its warning intermittently. Full moon rising behind me.
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1981
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Abner Oakes
Stephen Godchaux,
A sight I won't forget from our reunion? John Sconzo wearing his more than 15-year-old green '81 football jersey. While it might've been a tad tight, like any piece of clothing older than Macaulay Caulkin, both
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1982
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Philippa M. Guthrie
This month it's all news directly from the College news service. God, all famous people. How depressing. Montey Ivey has achieved no small measure of notoriety. The Boston Herald and The Philadelphia Enquirer both
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
I can't tell you how many calls and letters I've received bearing the message: "Enough about classmates already—let's hear more about Hollywood celebrities!" (Great to hear from you, Will Cattan.) Well, all right. As
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1984
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Amy Iorio
I received e-mail from John Corbett, who is in Nariobi. I remember John as always upbeat, smiling, and taking life in giant strides. Sounds like he still is. "Jeanne and I have three delightfully energetic children,
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1985
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Rick Joyce
It's not often enough that I get a letter meaty enough, long enough, or interesting enough to print in its entirety, but I finally got one from Elise Miller. Without farther ado, I turn over the remainder of my
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
<<http://www.dartmouth.edu/classes/alumni/86/» Check out our reunion home site on the Web! Thanks to the College for giving us the server space. You will find the latest in information about our upcoming fest at the
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
Laura Turnbull Locklear is setting her sights on the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta next summer. She hopes to compete in the single sculling event. Before starting training fulltime in Virginia, she was a manager with
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1988
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Susan Lynch
"News from Beantown" this month comes from a mystery writer. Our mystery writer tells us that Steve Hochman got married in July to Juliet Thompson. Their wedding was in New Hampshire on the same lake that
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1989
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Tom Avril
You sure can't go for long on the East Coast without bumping into Dartmouth types. I was at a party in Philadelphia recently with bunch of doctors, thinking I wouldn't know anybody. But sure enough, I ran into
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1990
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Anna Cathcart
Because no one had my address yet to let me know what they are doing, here I am passing on as much first- and second-hand information about our classmates as possible in 600 words. So here we go.
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1991
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Sue Shankman
Takheim "Rock" Hadley and Tarah Brown were married on June 10 in a garden wedding at her mother's Maryland home. Fellow '91s Michael Parham and James Meneely were on hand to celebrate the occasion. Rock and Tarah,
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
GREAT CONTEST: The classmate who comes up with the best opening for this column can be guest secretary for a month. Send all entries to the address below.
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
Sometimes that trek up the three flights of stairs to your apartment just about kills you. Other times it's the dash from the subway Entrance to your office in the rain. And don't forget the agony endured on those trips
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
Think back for a moment to springtime, when the flowers were just in bloom, the air was fresh and breezy, and the leaves were turning greener every day...you there yet? Good, because that's when Laura Stack wrote me to
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1995
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Adrienne Kim
Even though it's already fall, I wanted to update you on a few people's summer activities: Grant Cerny spent his vacation painting his house and teaching kids how to fingerpaint. Or was Grant making unsuspecting children
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D-MAIL
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An every-issue guide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Allure of the North
Allure of the North
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Give a Rouse
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Joseph A. Ruskay '31, author of of Leaves from the Family Tree, a memoir of his remarkable New York Jew relatives, including tie discoverer of Crohn's disease.
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BUSINESS REPLY MAIL
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Oh, no! What if my Class Secretary finds out about this?
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I swear, kid, I already paid my class dues.
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Obituary
Deaths
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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Professional Picture Framers Association
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New England Hospitality
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CLASSIFIEDS
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Dartmouth Undying
In the Key of D
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1771
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McLaughry
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The Dartmouth Lamp
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