Issue: 19960401

Monday, April 1, 1996
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Step lively, please, while Simone Swink '98 gives you
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April 1996 Volume 88 Number 6
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Greening of the Arctic
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Alumni on Top
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Rare Essentials
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
The Dean Hopes for Sober Places
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"E. WHEELOCK"
Divers Notes and Observations
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April 1996
A Fallen Classmate's Voice Still Carries
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Glenn K. Currie '65
I have seldom been able to look back at Dartmouth without being pulled into memories of Vietnam. I approached my class's 25th reunion with ambivalence, for it meant once again making the arduous emotional journey
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April 1996
What I "Won't Be Doing on My Spring Break
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SUZANNE LEONARD '96
I was dreaming of pina coladas, until the College-organized, cutrate, spring-break trip to Cancun got canceled. My friends offer little solace: one has jury duty over break, and the other was planning to study for
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April 1996
What Do Bears Want?
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Chicago's Brookfield Zoo is looking for outside help to solve one of its hairiest problems: bored polar bears. If four Dartmouth College engineering students can succeed in exciting the bears, they'll get an A on
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Green Stamps
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On February 1 renowned cell biologist Ernest E. Just '07 became the fourth Dartmouth personage to appear on a U.S. postage stamp, following Daniel Webster 1801, Robert Frost 1896, and Arctic pioneer Vilhjalmur
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April 1996
Art Smarts
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Lesley Wellman, curator of education at the College's Hood Museum, has been named by the National Art Education Association its Eastern Region Museum Educator of the Year for 1996 a region that includes the A
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Best Route to the South Pole
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Adjunct engineering professor Steve Arcone is using the latest radar technology in hopes of discovering the first practical overland tractor route to the South Pole. The purpose is to allow a cheaper way of
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Knowing What Noah Knew
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Anew Canadian radar satellite called Radarsat will allow Dartmouth geographers to map floods around the world as they happen. The new technology delivers images from outer space within hours or days instead of the
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Required Reading
A Life Spent in the Company of Books
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One rarely gets the chance to wrap his innermost life into a tidy bundle. President James O. Yeedman had that: opportunity last year, when his sabbatical coincided withe an enforced period of recovery from chemotherapy. I he outcome is
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Allure of the North
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Presidential Range
What Scholars Teach
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"No teaching is more thrilling—or more effective—than professing original ideas." by James O. Freedman
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Curmudgeon
Oh, Professor, No Charge for You
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Noel Perrin
Noel Perrin has been teaching at Dartmouth for 36 years. He has gradually acquired a wide range of opinions about the College's students, its faculty, its coaches, its alumni clubs, library policies, side-walk maintenance, and other important
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Syllabus
TV Guy
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Karen Kndicott
The tube isn't a vast wasteland if you know how to watch.
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Prof's Choice
Liveness, Hyper-stlye, and the Tube.
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Professor Mark Williams
ONE DIFFICULTY of television studies is that even the best critical work can quickly seem dated, at least in terms of the programs discussed and the examples utilized. (Our fascination today with ER will likely go the way of Magnum,
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Cover Story
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We asked Simone Swink '98, a student guide, to give us a short version of her spiel io visifors. Step lively, please, Any questions?
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We asked Simone Swink '98, a student guide, to give us a short version of her spiel to visitors. Step lively, please. Any questions?
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POETS
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Jim Schley '79
Alumni compose a vivid crross-section of Contemp orary American literature.
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Square Legs ON THE GREEN
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ROBERTO PARADA
Cricketer TIM BROOKES answers the question: Is this Dartmouth's newest sport or a fertility ritual conducted by ice-cream salesmen?
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth,
As proof that this column has readers outside the 1920 family, I have a letter from R.I. Pettee '37, with several inquiries with which other readers may be able to help. He writes: "In the November issue you mentioned
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1921
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E. Vance Clark,
Our delightful friend Lois Hicks, helpful wife of our own Ort Hicks, fell at their Kendal apartment and was rushed to the hospital. A few days later she was
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1924
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Edward Winsor,
Robin Robinson writes, "The death on December 12,1995, of Dorothy Morgan Strong, widow of one member of the class of '24 and sister of another, touched chords of fond affection and sincere appreciation in the hearts of her
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1927
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Charles Baker Jr.,
"Art Armstrong answered his birthday greeting from Solvang, Calif., a delightful Scandanavian colony near Santa Barbara where he has lived for many years. LeonLoeb's, widow, Ethel, having received RogerBury's Speakeasy Special
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1928
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George A. Bell,
No wonder I couldn't get Ted Baehr on the telephone a while back. A letter from Ted Baehr Jr. '69 to the mag informs us that he, Ted Jr., took his father, Ted Sr., with him on a recent trip to London and then to
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley,
Dick Black celebrated his 90th on January 16. Katie gave a party at Kendal. Both the Inn and Kendal Kaffee Klatches were well represented.
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1930
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Robert M. Marr,
I was saddened to learn of the October passing of Ave Raube. Since our 65th last June this was our third loss of a classmate (along with Bill OBrion and Stan Davis) who was deeply involved in class activities and rarely
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1931
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Ralph Maynard,
Fitting indeed was the decision by the Troy, N.Y., schools to establish the Edward C. Picken Troy High School Athletic Hall of Fame, and to recognize the first members on induction day at the homecoming meeting of
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1932
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Joe Roberts,
Wedding bells were chiming melodiously December 29 in Eaton Center, N.H., for the marriage of AlexanderMcKenzie and HildaTerry. We congratulate the couple and wish them bundles of joy and happiness. And while speaking of
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1933
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John S. Monagan,
Hamlet's "fell sergeant" was abnormally attentive to '33 in the last months of 1995, taking in his strict arrests both Hank Smith and Jack Manchester in the space of four months. It is difficult to envision the Hanover
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1934
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Gene Orsenigo,
During the morning of the Princeton game, I met a Dartmouth '99, Eric Spletizer, who attended John Jay High School in nearby Katonah, N.Y. He noticed my 50th Reunion 1934 cap and said, "I would like to thank you and
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1935
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David Buxbaum,
Today is January 12 and I'm having a struggle to write news that won't be "old hat" when you read it in the April Alumni Magazine. Bob McLellan sent me a note reminding me that the minutes of the 60th Reunion omitted to
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Class Notes
1936
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Ross Martindale,
On November 13,1995, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) held a gala event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to benefit the Alzheimer's Association and to honor "one of the industry's most prominent
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Class Notes
1937
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Carl L. N. Erdman,
Weather is not supposed to be a subject of class columns as the publication date is a far cry from the date this Sunday morning. You will read this column in March when the snow may have melted in the Northeast. Today,
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1938
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Richard M. Francis,
Two recently received magazine articles regarding Red Boutilier tell of his dedicated love and interest in detailing boat launching along the mid-Maine coast over the past 30 years using his speed graphic
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1939
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Dick Jackson,
This month we're leading off with the Durrance brothers, both of whom have been in the press of late. Dick, recently back in Hanover in connection with his first book, a biography titled, The Man in the Medal, did some
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Class Notes
1940
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Jack Faunce,
When this column is published, we in the Northeast will have forgotten the Blizzard of' 96, which is occurring as I write. Bertie andJoe Bird will move in August, but in the meantime they had a great family Thanksgiving
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1941
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Dick Jachens,
We all know that Dr. GeneStollerman had a long and distinguished career teaching and performing research at Northwestern, Tennessee, and, finally, Boston University. But did you know that Gene was named a master of the
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Class Notes
1942
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Alex Fanelli,
A lovely postcard of his hometown Seattle skyline from "Gordini" Brown brings back good memories of two visits to that beautiful city in decades past. Gordon says, "I've seen Stonehenge and Maryhill over the years, but
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1943
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Paul Randall,
It's too tempting not to restate the obvious: as you ,read this sometime in late March I will have written it in early January, up to my eyeballs in snow and with thoughts of the Christmas just passed still in my mind.
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1944
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Fritz Hier,
These notes are being written January 14 and we thought it might be fun to check in with some of the troops who were still digging out of the January 7-8 Blizzard of '96. Most of us here in New England look on two
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1945
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Don Sisson, P.O.
Echoes continue to ring for Dartmouth '45's 50th Reunion. Doc Dean Miller recalls: "I could not have predicted that it would be so nice. Gladys and I had a wonderful time. Our entire weekend was observed by james Von
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.,
I'll bring you up-to-date on some men you haven't heard about in a while. I called Dick Loos. He lives in Bethesda, Md. Dick wasn't there, he was hanging out over in Chincoteague, Va., trying to bring down a duck or
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1947
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Ham Chase,
When the Boston Symphony played at UNH this Christmas season, who served as reader for the Christmas Story? None other than jolly Walter Peterson, interim president of UNH ('til June 1996).
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1948
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Sonny Drury,
Bob Douglas is trying to get his old roommate and buddy, Dr. Dave Miller, to visit Houston. Bob attended Dave's marriage to Ellen in 1950, then some 30 years later he and Ginny visited the couple in Portland, Ore.,
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1949
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Bob Nutt
I'd be willing to bet that the only post-Impressionist in the whole class of 1949 is Mike Gish unless advised otherwise. Mike, who took his easel and oils to both Desert Storm and Somalia for the Marine Corps, says he
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1950
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Jack Kent,
At last fall's meeting of the executive committee, it was decided that we would seek ways to identify with the class of 2000, in anticipation of our 50th Reunion. To that end, I thought it would be fun to compile a list
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1951
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Bill Brooks,
Skip and I, in San Francisco for a family visit last Thanksgiving week, were invited to lunch by Pete Bogardus, who is still hooked up to the plow and loving every minute of his securities business. Peter has been in touch
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.,
A large clump of classmates in one easy-to-research place is the nicest thing that could happen to a class secretary. Wey Lundquist mailed the 40th Reunion Report for the Harvard Law School class of 1955 and "made my
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1953
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Dave Halloran,
"Men of Dartmouth, set a watch, Lest the old traditions fail. Stand as brother stands by brother. Dare a deed for the old Mother." That third verse is seldom sung, but how poignant it is to those of us who cherish the
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1954
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Don Berlin,
March 1952: The Dartmouth elects Don Austermann circulation manager and John Reed intermediate advertising manager. Phi Gam wins the inter-fraternity basketball championship led by ClarkMurphy. DTD wins the IFC play
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1955
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Leon C. Martel,
Marty Aronson has expanded his skills beyond the practice of lawyering to develop expertise and a fine reputation in a related area that promises some help in reducing me burgeoning dockets of many of our country's
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1956
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Tom Harper,
Doug Keare reports on a recent West Coast trip. "Ginger and I spent 13 days, encompassing Christmas and New Year's, in Palo Alto and Menlo Park, Calif., with Doug, Jill, Lindsay, and Stacey and John.. .among other things
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins,
I have received several news items since last writing. By this time many of these are old but nonetheless interesting. I mentioned last month that we were going to try to change our 40th Reunion to a weekend reunion
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1958
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Pete Kelsey,
The Blizzard of '96 is now history. While it broke up the routines of many of us in the Northeast, it did provide me with an opportunity to catch up with HarryDodds. Seems both of us ride the MetroNorth commuter railroad.
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson,
Dave Anderson teaches foreign languages at SUNY Oneonta (30 miles from my hometown of Norwich, N.Y.). For kicks Dave goes in for some daring sports such as flying planes, scuba diving, and going white-water rafting. Older
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1960
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Ken Reich,
We hear a lot in our class these days about retirements, moves, and the college graduations and early career steps of our children. But how many of our classmates are just siring their first babies, and twins to boot?
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1961
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Bob Conn,
Bring a classmate with you to our 35th Reunion. That's the Reunion's underlying theme—to help classmates reconnect with Dartmouth and with the rest of us, according to Reunion Chair Roger McArt. "Bring back an old
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean,
Vice President CharlieGiersch, who besides making frequent personal '62 contacts, as former class secretary avidly reads and clips '62 news, including two recent articles. The Boston Globe reports the purchase by five
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1963
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Harry Zlokower,
Flutist or flautist? "Flutist!" insists Ron Schecter, Montclair, N.J., whose wife, Peggy, is artistic director of the renowned New Jersey Chamber Music Society, as well as principal flutist for the Queens (N. Y.)
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1964
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Tom Parkinson,
My research for information about the former residents of Cohen Hall led me to one of the more interesting stories of my term as class secretary. Early last December all of the 1960-61 residents of Suite 103 Cohen
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1965
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Dick Bordeau,
As I write this column from my office in Boston on a frigid December day, I would like to again reiterate my plea for more class news. Just a few sentences; a "soundbite" will suffice. Postcards, e-mail, and phone calls are
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1966
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Larry Geiger,
OK, we're getting down to the short strokes. Reunion '66, a celebration of the 30th anniversary of our graduation from Dartmouth, takes place June 13-16 in beautiful green Hanover. A mailing will arrive in early March.
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1967
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Jim VanAmburg,
Once again this month the press has been featuring the professional accomplishments of our classmates. On the front page of The New York Times recently was Dr. Jim Grotta. As the chief investigator on a major new study,
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1968
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Peter Weston,
Jim Lawrie recently wrote to say he's looking forward to our 50th birthday in September. Ever observant, Jim pointed out somewhat gloomily that our column is no longer in the back of this esteemed publication, but was
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1969
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Rick Willets,
Greetings from the land of snow! This month, I'll give you the news alphabetically, by height. Ted Baehr spent some time this fall in Europe accompanied by his 89-year-old father, Ted the Elder '28. The highlight of the
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1970
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John Chittick,
You should see Hanover now! It's spring break, Green Key Weekend, and April's Fool all wrapped together in the first buds of green foliage. Remember the view of the Green from the windows at Baker? (No? How about from
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1971
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Don O'Neill,
The 25th Reunion is now only weeks away: June 13 through 16. If you haven't already, it's time to send in your deposit and pre-registration information. And if you're still exhibiting characteristic '71 resistance to
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1972
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Jon Einsidler,
It should be spring when you get this, with the conditional "should" in the Northeast, where random snowstorms can delay the mud season. For those of you who do not regularly read the Wall Street Journal or missed it
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1973
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Bob Conway,
Tim Booth sent an e-mail (via the College e-mail address: ) regarding December's Class Notes. As befits the Lutheran pastor that he is, his gracious note was one of fraternal correction because I had somehow
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1974
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Don Casey Jr.,
The January storms that hit the East Coast had me reminiscing of those snowy winter confinements spent in New Hampshire during school daze. Baltimore and D.C. street crews performed admirably to make the roads
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm,
Lon Cross wrote in to let us know about some interesting changes in his life. "As you know, I have been in the army since graduation. After more than 20 years of service, I am retiring as a lieutenant colonel. I count
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1977
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Doug Ireland,
Absolutely no inspiration for the column this month. No theme, no angle, just snippets of news from around the country. I had a clipping about Jim Truncellito that was so old I had to call him to see if he held the same
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1979
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Jeffrey Boylan,
Jim "Wazoo" Wasz,
Times like these I really miss the East Coast. Pictures of snowdrifts and ice look a lot better knowing that it's sunny and 62 degrees outside my window. At least there should be plenty of snow for Carnival, and Penny Breed
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1981
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Abner Oakes IV,
Stephen Godchaux,
Yup, we're getting snow in D.C. lots of it and my neighbors are reacting in the only way that they know how: madly. You'd think Armageddon was tomorrow, as people struggle with the fact that Starbucks may not get its
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1982
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George Thompson Jr.,
Dr. Angela "The Great"Santini has joined the Dulles Orthopedic Group in Sterling, Va., as a spinal disorders specialist. After Dartmouth Angela obtained her M.D. in 1989 from Texas Southwestern Medical School. She interned at
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch,
I breathe a sigh of relief. I have found Roger Goodman's errant postcard (see last issue). My memory is not as faulty as I am often led to suspect: Roger was in Mexico. But why not let him speak for himself—in toto, no
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1984
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Armanda T. Iorio,
By the time you read this I hope to have tracked down our classmates in Hong Kong and Thailand. So the next class column will be about Dartmouth '84s in Asia. In the meantime I'll catch you up on the copious Xeroxed news
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo,
Heather Sawyer wins our Claim to Fame Award this month. Heather was highlighted in an important legal case last October, in which she defended a man denied consideration for employment with the Boy Scouts because he is
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden,
Reminder! Reunion is just a few short months away Hanover is the place for '87s to be June 14-16, 1996! Heading the planning are Dennis Goldstein (212) 721-9099 and Theresa Nibi (617) 536-8735. Call them with any
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1989
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Jeanne DeSa,
I am told that this column will become more homogenous as our class enters the "settling down" phase. However, I am noticing many '89s are restless where they are standing even as they marry and pursue careers, many
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1990
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Anna Cathcart,
While on a visit home to the States, I had the pleasure of meeting JonathanWeatherly for the first time (he still resembles his Freshman Book picture). Jon has taken a break from consulting at Towers Perrin and is enjoying
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1991
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Sue Shankman,
Every new year I resolve to spend more time making an effort to see Dartmouth friends in the New York area. Thus far, 1996 has been productive! I recently caught up with Brett Haber, who you can still catch on ESPN
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine,
"Wuv, twue wuv," sighed the aging priest in PrincessBride as he trudged through the marriage ceremony. Well, "mahwidge" appears to be the theme of this month's column. Congratulations and best wishes to the newlyweds!
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken,
Yo. After spending a primary care clerkship working with Navajo and Hopi Indians in Tuba City, Ariz., Cally Gwon returned to the friendly confines of Hanover to finish her third year at Dartmouth Medical School. Back
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq,
More news from long, long ago...Christie Cameron wrote to me back in October to let me know how she spent her summer before starting her master's program in engineering at Stanford. She spent her summer before August
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1995
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Adrienne Kim,
Although spring renews the joie de vivre for many, I regret to report that AmyNaparstek is not one of them. Unfortunately, Amy died in a car accident while returning home from Canada. On behalf of the '95 class, I send Amy's
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D-MAIL
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An every-issueguide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Give A Rouse
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FACE TO WATCH
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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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Cross-dressing has teen popular at Dartmouth for two centuries.
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