Issue: 19960101

Monday, January 1, 1996
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Jennifer Hughes 79 with Rebecca and Larkin.
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LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
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January 1996 Volume 88 Number 5
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POMPANOOSUC MILLS
POMPANOOSUC MILLS
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The Dowds' Country Inn
The Dowds' Country Inn
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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COLDWELL NANKER
COLDWELL NANKER
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
The Healing Power Of Smarts
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Save the View
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
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DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
DARTMOUTH TRAVEL
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Dartmouth Coop
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The Dartmouth Alcohol & Drug Education Fund
The Dartmouth Alcohol & Drug Education Fund
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Martha E. Diebold Real Estate
Martha E. Diebold Real Estate
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes & Observations
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DARTMOUTH
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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River Mead
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The Dartmouth Lamp
The Dartmouth Lamp
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Presidential Range
The Education Gap
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James O. Freedman
As the president of a private college, I am increasingly concerned about the future of public universities, which are an essential part of the nation's system of higher education and enroll 80 percent of its students.
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Bermuda
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Alumni Continuing Education
Alumni Continuing Education
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Halekulani
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The Virtual Homecoming
The Virtual Homecoming
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Ivy League Magazine Network
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On The Hill For January 1996
Fallen Hero
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Christopher
At the commuter rail station a few blocks from my house in the West Roxbury section of Boston, I noticed a group of chrysanthemum plants in the parking lot. Staked in one pot was a newspaper photograph of a
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On The Hill For January 1996
Old Jocks Clean Up
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Dartmouth's 1970 football team was the best in the history of the Ivy League. A quarter of a century later, that still appears true. The team was undefeated and untied (9-0-0); it won the Ivy League championship and
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On The Hill For January 1996
Prof Of The Year
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The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has named Professor Mary Kelley the 1995 New Hampshire Professor of the Year. Kelley, a historian who has been at the College since 1977, is John Sloan
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On The Hill For January 1996
Macpower
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Several College professors—in environmental studies and engineering collaborated on a plan to install solar panels on Murdough Hall and have won grants totaling more than $50,000. The funds for this pilot
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On The Hill For January 1996
Ivy Stars
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For achievement in a number of different sports, the Ivy League has given special recognition to eight Dartmouth athletes: Kristin Cobb '95, Sarah Devens '96, Jenny Edwards '95, Lauren Holleran '95, Mya
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On The Hill For January 1996
We Swept The Heps
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Both the men's and the women's cross-country teams finished first in the New York Heptagonal Championships—for the second year in a row. The men have won consecutive victories before—eight in a row, in fact, from
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On The Hill For January 1996
Franklin Pierce's Sure-Fire Way To Win The New Hampshire Primary
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The fact that New Hampshire didn't have a Presidential primary when Pierce ran for President takes nothing from The New Hampshire 'Primer, a quirky guide to Granite State history and politics. The book— allegedly written by a dog
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On The Hill For January 1996
Coping With Suicide
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This year, between July and October, the college experienced three student suicides. The first was in July, when Sarah Devens '96, a popular three-sport athlete and team captain, shot herself at her father's home
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On The Hill For January 1996
A Cure For Jet Lag
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Biochemical researchers at the Dartmouth Medical School have found a cure for jet lag but only in bread mold. Weary human travelers will have to wait. Administering quick bursts of light, post-doctoral
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On The Hill For January 1996
Why We Are # 1
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" Ask them who teaches the freshmen," was always John Kemeny's response to parents seeking the proper school for their offspring. U.S. News's recent poll finally took cognizance of this somewhat elementary prerequisite
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On The Hill For January 1996
Buck Stopped Here
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"You aren't really anybody in America if you're not on TV." That's the overarching theme that drives the heroine in the successful new film To Die For. The screen- writer, Buck Henry'52, may well earn his third Oscar nomination for
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On The Hill For January 1996
A Diplomat For City College
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Moyibi Amoda's skills as an international diplomat will serve him well on a Harlem, New York, campus. The new chairman of City College's black studies department, Amoda, Dartmouth class of 1965, succeeds perhaps
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On The Hill For January 1996
Kids, Don't Try This At Home
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Some 50 students thronged expectantly in front of Wilder Hall one October afternoon. Was it a bomb scare? No. They were watching physics professor John Kidder don a helmet and climb aboard a simple go-cart. With a whoosh, the
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The Old Tavern At Grafton, Vermont
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The Lake House at Lake Fairlee
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HOME HILL
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Carnage House of Woodstock
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Ascutney Mountain Resort
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The Hanover Inn At Dartmouth College
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The Millbrook
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FREE INFORMATION FROM ADVERTISERS
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Syllabus
When Bad Things Happen
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Kathleen Burge '89
For thinking people who believe in God, few philosophical questions are more agonizing than this: How can a loving God allow so much evil in the world? From the war in Bosnia and the Oklahoma City bombing
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Omnipotence, Pain, AND THE FACE OF EVIL
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Professor Amy Hollywood
Michael L. Peterson, The Problem of Evil (University of Notre Dame Press, 1993)—This is an excellent collection of essays and selections from longer works outlining the main lines of contemporary Western philosophical and
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Cover Story
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Honey, They're HOME
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Mary Cleary Kiely '79
The hours are long and there's no pay.
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Multiculturalism's Hidden Hand
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In an excerpt adapted from his new book, The End of Racism, conservative pundit Dinesh D'Souza '83 argues that cultural relativism prevents academia from seeking truth.
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LEXUS
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BOOK REVIEW
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William Scherman '34
Amid OJ and the Million-Man March, a Well-Timed Argument from the Right
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Green for the Holidays
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The students celebrate late and earlya splendid Renaissance feast in January, Kwanzaa in mid-November, hasty partying before exams and the bus out of town. But there is one night in early December when town and gown come together for
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CLASS NOTES
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
In our last issue we promised to send some highlights of the long and interesting life of the widow of Franklin N. Corbin Jr., who died last August shortly before her 96th birthday. Margaret Arronet Corbin was born in
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1921
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E. Vance Clark
Lois and Ort Hicks, living in Hanover, have been enjoying a visit from their daughter, Wendy Coerper, and their granddaughter, Lisa.
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1922
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Leonard Morrissey
The Will to Excel Campaign reminds us of classmates whose lives have demonstrated that principle. Our ancient class has a worthy representative in Malcolm Dexter Clarke of South Harpswell, Me.
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1925
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Marshall Newton
Larry Leavitt speaks on Reunion and why we can be called "A Great Class." "Our 70th Reunion was a I champion event with 14 members of the class present—a record for Dartmouth 70th Reunion. Our class also broke the
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1927
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S. Dow Mills
A nice note from Alice Wormer told of her summer activities. She played in a golf tournament in Hanover last June with a relative who enjoyed the outing with her. She spends her summers in Dorset, Vt., where she and Sam
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1928
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George A. Bell
When I talked with Walt McKee at Hilton Head he qualified for the inactive list but, probably, only momentarily. He was recuperating from a hip operation. His most strenuous physical activity was getting into the
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
In spite of predictions for a poor foliage season there was a magnificent color display. The traffic was heavy, and Upper Valley inns and restaurants were filled with leaf peepers. We delight in living in the midst of
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1930
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Robert M. Marr
In October, celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Conference on Iroquois Research at the Rensselaerville Institute honored our Bill Fenton, its founder and dean of Iroquoian studies, with a suitably engraved pewter
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1931
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Ralph Maynard
Those attending our mini reunion Cornell game weekend were Marion and John Boermeester, Peg and Ed Brummer, Ellenand John H. Chamberlin, Anne and George Conklin, Vic King,Harriett and Jim Lyall, Spence Miller,Patsy and Bill Walsh, and
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1932
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Joe Roberts
You and I weren't there, but representing our class in the Alumni College last summer were Lou and Evelyn Heavenrich. Ours was the oldest class, Lou our only representative, and the oldest individual in the college.
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1934
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Gene Orsenigo
Babe Shea phoned to say that he was sorry to have missed the mini-reunion. He was just recovering from a serious bout with pneumonia. He and Anne were leaving for their Vero Beach home in late October, and have decided
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1935
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David Buxbaum
With the help of Dero Saunders I can finally write a column which is about someone other than myself. Newt Hamblet writes "nothing new—happily still both feeling well—an infrequent par is usually followed by a double or
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1936
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Ross Martindale
The weatherman provided perfect fall days for our most recent mini-reunion, Sept. 29-30. More than 50 of us attended one or more of the events over the weekend, which included Friday night dinner at the Coolidge in
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1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
Sixty classmates, wives, and friends enjoyed the minireunion dinner Friday night in the Wheelock Room. Our speaker was who hurried back from Washington, where earlier in the day President Clinton awarded him the
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
Our '95 mini-reunion was thoroughly enjoyed by 48 "amazing" members of 1938, which included wives, a widow, and guests (Dan Marshall will include all the names in a future Pace Setter). Although we lost the football game
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1939
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Dick Jackson
As we write this we are just back from a good minireunion where about 50 were in attendance. It featured the presentation of the"Man of the Year Award" to John Kelleher, educator, master of Irish literature, poet,
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1940
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Jack Faunce
Just 60 years back we came to Hanover to prepare for graduation in 1940. Plans are being made to celebrate that event in the year 2000. President Bill Mercer writes, "With the 55th Reunion some months past, which
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1941
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Dick Jachens
Happy holidays! and my best wishes for a peaceful and healthy year in 1996 for all '41s and their families. A long letter from Stu May in Spring Hill, Fla., explained why he and Audrey couldn't make the fall mini in
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
I had a feeling that something might develop from that Stonehenge riddle tossed about in previous columns by Chuck Herberger and Jeff Markell. Somehow, I had concluded that Markell's "American Stonehenge" was in Oregon,
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1943
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Paul H. Randall
This is my first opportunity to inform you of the mini-reunion held in Hanover September 29 and 30, the weekend of the Cornell game. It was one of those perfect fall weekends, balmy weather, superb color, which you
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1944
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Fritz Hier
We trust you all had lovely hols, as the British call them, and that around the Christmas board you got to touch hands with family and friends.
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1945
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Don Sisson
This piece is written well in advance of the end of the year, but maybe it's safe to say '95 has brought no national financial disaster. A recent Wall Street Journal article recalls Harry Figgie's 1992 bestseller,
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1946
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James M. Coleman
Our last mini-reunion before the big 50th is now history. We had a great turnout and everyone enjoyed—despite a nasty bit of weather for most of Saturday. Nonetheless many braved the rain to watch the Big Green defeat
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1947
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Ham Chase
Northward on 91, westward on 89, and on the many back roads we still know leading to Hanover, the '47s came surging, to our annual Dartmouth Night mini-reunion, this time October 20 and 21. Maple leaves, now brown,
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
In the College notices of the Friday, May 28, 1948, issue of The Dartmouth was a caption reading, "'48 BEER-BUST today at 5 p.m. Chase Field. $.50 for all the beer you want." Remember? Did you go? I'm surprised the
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1949
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Bob Nutt
Last fall's mini was one of the most successful ever, with more than two dozen '49ers attending the class meeting held on Saturday morning. Among other items, there was discussion about reinstating subscriptions to this
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1950
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Jack Kent
This month I thought it might be interesting to share with you what's been going on with the class of '50 during the past year. After the end of each school year in June the various class presidents are asked by the
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1951
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Bill Brooks
In a race against the DAM deadline there is just time for a few notes about our small get-together following the Yale game. Six Connecticut couples joined Skip and me at the Madison Winter Club for a buffet supper. Margaret
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
There is no accounting for taste. Fashions and attitudes change with reasons or without. Hemlines go up and down and yesterday's foods are supplanted by wholly new cuisine. Partnership in a steak and martini restaurant
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1953
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Dave Halloran
"By his attentiveness, he set each of us apart and connected with our nobility. Again and again he discerned and chose to struggle with our society's toughest issues, and he did so with a boundless humanity and an
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1954
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Don Berlin
January 1952: Jaime Pradilla meets with El Circulo Espanol discussing his native Columbia; PaulWisdom scores 20 points, but basketballers lose to Penn (the more things change, the more things remain the same); the ROTC Rifle
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CLASS NOTES
1955
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Leon C. Martel
Kudos extended: To Dick Barr on the occasion of the engagement of his beautiful daughter, Sabrina, to Dr. Rene Klotzen; happily celebrated at an elegant reception in the upper reaches of Park Avenue in New York City this past
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CLASS NOTES
1956
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Tom Harper
The plans for the Fabulous Fortieth are proceeding apace, and response thus far has been heartening indeed. While the events of the week will be the usual meals, picnics, and tent sojourns, the real stars of the
4719181_19960101_000090.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1957
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Richard F. Perkins
Another Homecoming weekend has come and gone, this time the 100th, in Hanover on the weekend of October 20-21. Clark Griffiths had corralled a wonderful old-time hook-and-ladder complete with all the bells and whistles
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CLASS NOTES
1958
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Pete Kelsey
How about a walk in the country? I wonder if that is how it began for David Cassidy and his wife, Corrinne? This past summer saw them hiking 1,110 miles of the Appalachian Trail's 2,100. Last spring they began their hike at
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CLASS NOTES
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
'59 is well represented in Syracuse, N.Y. Al Werthelmer, a long-time resident, owns and operates a number of radio stations. In 1985 Al acquired WHAM, the prominent and extremely popular AM station in Rochester. First
4719181_19960101_000093.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1960
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Ken Reich
This is the time many of us are considering our annual gifts to the College. Meanwhile, our officers have been trying to revamp class fundraising efforts. Head Agent Ken Johansen says one of the objectives is to secure
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CLASS NOTES
1962
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Gordon A. McKean
'62s, some 30-plus strong, participated at the recent 100th anniversary of Dartmouth Homecoming, highlighted by the inspirational talk of Coach Bob Blackman and the return of some 100 players and their families from
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CLASS NOTES
1963
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Harry Zlokower
It's hard to say when he officially became a marketing guru. But that's what Bill Spencer, Westport, Conn., is and he likes it a lot, as do his clients like Ralston Purina, which he advises on the marketing of pet
4719181_19960101_000096.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1964
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Tom Parkinson
It was the 100th anniversary of Dartmouth Night and, despite the torrential rain, 36 classmates and their families returned to Hanover for the first official class mini-reunion in the 1990s. Returning to Hanover from
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CLASS NOTES
1965
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Dick Bordeau
A recent call from JimGriffiths asking me why I had not responded to a simple request that he had made via e-mail for some class-related information resulted in an equally simple and embarrassed response—I had been away
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CLASS NOTES
1966
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Larry Geiger
The indefatigable Jack Bennett, chairman of our 30th Reunion Qune 13-16) and his reunion committee have more news to tantalize, captivate, and motivate us to head to Hanover. (As if we needed more incentive than green
4719181_19960101_000099.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1967
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Jim Van Amburg
What a 50th birthday party it was. From the cocktail party at Paul and JoyceKillebrew's beautiful mountaintop home in Lyme to the perfect football weather (even if Cornell did win) to the great chance to see people at
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CLASS NOTES
1968
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Peter Weston
Jeff Garten has been named dean of the Yale University School of Management, which he plans to develop into "a small place that produces leaders with a sense of business but also with a sense of society," according to a
4719181_19960101_000101.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1969
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Rick Willets
There's a good chance this column won't make sense because I will be transmitting it via the Internet to Hanover and I'm not sure just how well it will work. Yes, folks, I'm on line at . That last period is the end of
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CLASS NOTES
1970
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John Chittick
Mea culpa. I missed last month's Class Notes. I wish I could blame it on you guys for not sending in information on your families and careers (actually, there were no '70 tidbits). However, I was in Vietnam finishing up
4719181_19960101_000103.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1971
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Don O'Neill
Happy new year! We've turned the corner into 1996, the 25th anniversary of our graduation from Dartmouth, and we're on track for the four-day Reunion weekend of June 13-16,1996. By now, I hope, you've sent in your
4719181_19960101_000104.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1972
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Jon Einsidler
In spite of a tainted season, baseball still held my interest in a post-season that saw Donnie Baseball finally make the playoffs and a thrilling series with Seattle. As I write this column, the half of our class which
4719181_19960101_000105.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1973
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Bob Conway
The Wall Street Journal reported that Warren Hashagen, formerly GAP Inc.'s senior vice president for finance, has been named by the San Francisco specialty retailer to be its chief financial officer while retaining his
4719181_19960101_000106.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1974
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Don Casey
This just in from the Internet: "Dear Don, Don Fournier sent you an e-mail message and included my name among the missing. We had corresponded as ex-roommates for several years, then we lost track of each other—about
4719181_19960101_000107.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
It is with great sorrow that I report to you we have lost Paul McLaughlin. Paul was murdered in Boston on September 25. ChrisClarke, Paul's roommate at Dartmouth, called me to share this news. In the next column a full
4719181_19960101_000108.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1977
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Douglas Ireland
I received word of a presentation given by Dr. Vincent Pellegrini on managing arthritic conditions at the Hershey College of Medicine. This must be the third or fourth significant news release I've received from the
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CLASS NOTES
1978
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Brooks Clark
After his second space voyage (chat is, the shuttle flight back in September), Jim Newman was looking forward to such down-to-earth activities as going hiking, working around the house, and spending time with Mary Lee, his
4719181_19960101_000110.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1979
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Jeffrey "Pudley" Boylan
Jim "Wazoo" Wasz
'79s RULE! With great anticipation I retrieved my October magazine to check Wazoo's first column. Upon more thorough perusal my chest swelled with pride as I uncovered Mary Cleary Kiely and Regina Barecca's wonderfully
4719181_19960101_000111.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1980
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Laura Giuliano Lattanzi
Although I would not have, could not have, missed the first deadline for Class Notes, the evidence (i.e., blank section marked 1980 Class Notes, frantic phone call to DAM alumni news editor, admission of guilt to fellow
4719181_19960101_000112.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1981
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Abner Oakes IV
Stephen Godchaux
My sophomores and I are studying heroes this school year. For example, we read and, just yesterday, saw a production of Ibsen's ADoll's House, and our discussion of Nora, the play's protagonist, has been heated. At the end
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CLASS NOTES
1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
Have any of you heard of Taylor Made golf clubs? If not, you haven't spoken with Liz Mueller lately. She has a new job down in San Diego—one that's (really, just shoot me) Taylor Made for her. Assistant product manager
4719181_19960101_000114.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1985
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Rick Joyce
Our own legal eagle.. .okay so he's not F. Lee Bailey or Perry Mason. But he is pretty theatrical and a lawyer now to boot. Yes, it's Joel O. Thayer, who, not content with an M.F.A. from Yale S.O.D., got a juris doctor
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CLASS NOTES
1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
"I LOVE flying"—Phil Burrow. I know we could all guess that Phil said the above quote. But, believe it or not, our very town Top Gun has quit the U.S. navy and is living in Los Angeles looking for a job. Anyone living in
4719181_19960101_000116.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
Sudie Naimi and Chris DiGiovanni were married in Cohasset, Mass., on October 1. Some '87s in attendance were Star Bailey, Ken Block, JenBoesch (Dining), Diana Doran, Bart Massuco, Al Wooley, and Kent Zehner. Chris is in his chief
4719181_19960101_000117.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1989
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Tom Avril
We class secretaries recently got an updated copy of the class list, and I couldn't help noticing a few things about the names of the 1,000 or so members of the class of 1989. Such as the fact that we have a Derrick and a
4719181_19960101_000118.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1990
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Anna Cathcart
Moving from east to west across the country, we salute our teachers: Shannon Clark at Deerfield Academy; Carey Stevens at St. Paul's School in Concord, N.H.; Kim Lewis at Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire; Karen
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CLASS NOTES
1991
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Sue Shankman
Happy New Year! Now that it's officially 1996, make sure you're making your plans to take "The Road Back to Hanover" for the weekend of June 14-16th for our Fifth Reunion. Until then, here's some news to keep you going.
4719181_19960101_000120.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1992
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Jessie W. Levine
Do you remember, during Saturday morning cartoons, when the short but entertaining bits of Schoolhouse Rock—"Conjunction Junction, what's your function?" came on and, despite the educational content,-you were
4719181_19960101_000121.xml
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CLASS NOTES
1993
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Christopher K. Onken
Two years of public-school teaching under his belt, one master's down and another in process with a doctorate yet to come in the near future. Pretty much describe your status three years out of school? Fresh from the
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CLASS NOTES
1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
When Halicue Gambrell wrote in this summer to announce her engagement, she also gave me the scoop on some of her friends. First of all, Halicue herself has been working for a battered women's program in Waltham while
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CLASS NOTES
1995
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Adrienne Kim
How exciting! I received my first postcard (see how slow snail mail is) and it was full of information. Congratulations to Alison Cares, who wrote that her September wedding "was perfect, with many Dartmouth people in
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Article
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Give A Rouse
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Bill Fenton '30, honored by the Conference on Iroquois Research at the Rensselaerville Institute as its dean and founder of Iroquoian studies.
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Article
D-MAIL
Profiling Young Alumni
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An every-issue guide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine's Classified Advertising
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Ad Council
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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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Article
Dartmouth Undying
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