Issue: 19960501

Wednesday, May 1, 1996
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Wherefore
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Cadillac Creating a Higher Standard
Cadillac Creating a Higher Standard
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Inside This Issue
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
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Paul Stuart
Paul Stuart
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4,6,8,11,20,21,29
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Have a Nice Millennium
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Lend Me an Era
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COLDWELL BANKER
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Rare Essentials
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Mars & Co
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LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK
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Martha E. Diebold
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The Chase House
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HOME HILL
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The Hanover Inn
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Carriage House of Woodstock
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The Castle
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Dexter's Inn & Tennis Club
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The Old Tavern
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New England Hospitality
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Baseball Weather Brings Bulldozers
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes and Observations
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The Hideout
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COLD WELL BANKER REDPATH & CO. REALTORS HANOVER, NH
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Martayan Lan
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Article
May 1996
Ed Without The Phys
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Sam Bonderoff '97
By the end of sophomore summer a student must have completed at least three terms of Physical Education or else pay a $50 fine. Even now, sitting in my room, a 12-ounce can of Mountain Dew in one hand, a half-eaten
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May 1996
Schussing for Science
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Only at Dartmouth could an afternoon at the Skiway count as academic credit. The lab section for winter term's Technology of Skiing class required one afternoon a week cruising the white stuff.
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May 1996
English Professor Lynda Boose: What is meant by the Expression to "Bridle one's Tongue"?
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Boose has always been intrigued by the figure of the "shrew" or "scold" in Anglo-American culture. "Shrew," she explains, was a female criminal category punishable by dunking or bridling putting an iron
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May 1996
We Asked 100 Students: Who Would Make a Good Montgomery Fellow?
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The Montgomery Fellow program is the closest thing to the legendary Great Issues course Dartmouth has today. Prominent people from a variety of fields come to campus and teach students for a period ranging from a
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May 1996
Dartmouth Gravity
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The College's attraction increases: in the five years since this year's graduating seniors applied to Dartmouth—among a pool of 8,076 high school seniors—applications for admission to Dartmouth grew by 39.5 percent,
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May 1996
Dartmouthworld
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Three Dartmouth students have recently won film awards for animated shorts. Sleazy the WonderSquirrel, by Chris Miller '97, was accepted for competition in the International Animation Festival in Stuttgart, Germany. Zack
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May 1996
Dartmouth Woods
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The College's Outdoor Programs Office has received the 1995 Wildlife Stewardship Award from the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and the state's Department of Fish and Game. The honor stems
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May 1996
Dartmouth Space
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Dartmouth physics professor Mary Hudson is the principal investigator responsible for the Polar satellite launched in February as part of NASA's Global Geospace Science program. Its task is to better understand the
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May 1996
Why Dartmouth's Grass is Always Greener
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It happens every year: April rains turn the Dartmouth lawns into brown arenas more suitable for mud wrestling than for pomp and circumstance. Then POOF, two weeks later there's a plush green carpet of grass, ready
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May 1996
You Saw the Movie, Now Read the Book
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Don't believe the Hollywood version of the Wild West. According to visiting professor of English Sharon Bryan, who teaches creative writing, life in the nineteenth-century West wasn't so much wild as it was down to
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May 1996
An Unusual Trio of First Novels
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It is hard to believe that White Rabbit (Houghton Mifflin), a highly acclaimed gem of a novel, is the first by Kate jptor Phillips '88. Eighty-eight-year-old Ruth Jg of method and orderliness into which i the world insists on in
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May 1996
Heavy Diet
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You ingest chromium all the time without knowing it. The metal is an essential mineral found in cheese, prunes, brewer's yeast, wheat germ, and broccoli. It sounds harmless enough, and it is. But Dartmouth College
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May 1996
The Real Animaniac
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Get any Looney Toons fan talking about children's television, and you risk hearing a diatribe on the cheap quality of today's cartoons. But take heart, Bugs aficionados: Warner Bros, and Steven Spielberg have brought
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This Space is Reserved for You!
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Presidential Range
The Liberating Arts
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James O. Freedman
"A culture without art can hardly he called a culture at all."
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The Hanover Inn
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Curmudgeon
Minor Issues
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Noel Perrin
The College's maintenance people have turned buildings and grounds into a canvas for practical arts.
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Syllabus
Visions of the Ancestors
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Karen Endicott
When it came to art, the Stone Age rocked.
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Prof's Choice
Caves, Images, and the Human Hand
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Visiting Professor Steve Kangas
Robert Hughes, "Behold the Stone Age" (Time magazine, February 13, 1995)—In December 1994 a newly-found French cave, the "Grotte Chauvet," was entered for the first time in 20,000 years. The discovery made world-wide headlines,
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Cover Story
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Wha is There to Teach About Art?
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Rebecca Bailey
The academy once showed how to separate the great from the mere mortal. Now the emphasis is on the student, and the object is 'Visual literacy'
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9 Reasons Why the Hood Bought This Painting
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How good a painting is this little Rococo number? From the educational perspective, pretty darn brilliant.
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A Mini-Seminar On Two Hood Pieces
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Dartmouth curators and professors tell what they see in these paintings.
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Guardian of Halos
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Carl Little '76
A museum guard is more than a watchdog. He is a keeper of grace.
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The Art of Collecting
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Diane Cyr
Just one thing determines whether you have the stuff to be a collector: Not money, taste, or an art-history education, but the willingness to be dragged by the nostrils on the whiff of Something Great.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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Pat Koedding
The following class note comes from John C. Ferries '59. Apparently, William J. Ryan is a neighbor of John's. John and Paul Caravatt '45, another neighbor, spent a Sunday afternoon with Bill Ryan to help him celebrate
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
It is a real pleasure, in this issue of DAM, to yield 1920's first place in the Class Notes to the great class of 1918. We are proud to claim Bill Ryan (and any others who in the mid-up years of WWI graduated with 1920)
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1921
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E. Vance Clark
Now that we of 1921 are reading of our young cocitizens on military duty abroad, we think back to our own service some 78 years ago.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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Edward Winsor
Ralph Richardson graduated magna cum laude and currently lives in a nursing home in his native town of Ayer, Mass. For 53 years he was town moderator and was also a member of the town's planning board for 35 years. He
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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Edward E. Emerson
Art Willcox had a stroke last fall, and would love to hear from any classmates at: Danforth Adult Care Home, Hoosick Falls, NY 12090-1223. We regret to report the death in December of John W. Roberts.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Charles P. Baker Jr.
Gordon Colby is again serving as Alumni Fund class chairman. He notes that last year the following had contributed in each of the 68 years since graduation: Chuck Baker, Chuck Brewster, Dud Bonsai, Gordon Colby, Stu
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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George A. Bell
Lane Dwinell, as you will recall, was elected governor of New Hampshire for two terms, 1955 to 1959. He then became assistant secretary of state and remained active in Republican politics. He resided in Hanover and was
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
During Carnival week Hanover was "snow poor." Students had quite a time finishing their statue on the Green even with the help of trucked-in snow. Skiing events were moved to Stow, Vt. However, there was a wild
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
Unless the Dow takes a dive before you receive this, you can consider Gene Jay Seagle a prophet and, probably, a profiteer as well. According to the West (Conn.) Forum, Gene predicted the 5,000-point Dow over a year ago,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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Ralph Maynard
Sent by Charlie Schneider was a clipping of a long article in the Williamsburg Opinion about how, back in the thirties, Dartmouth influenced William and Mary's future. Too long for these notes but too interesting to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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Joe Roberts
Marv Chandler sends us the following from the Exeter Bulletin: "Nothing to report from Betty and me," writes ChuckOwsley, "that isn't depressing, such as we are now sporting canes (arthritis). Actually we are leading a very
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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John S. Monagan
Marty Kerwin betrayed his wonted zest when we reached him in New Braunfels, Tex., recently. A former Republican precinct worker in St. Louis, he had currently been a Gram booster, but considered his man finished after
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Gene Orsenigo
We had a delightful lunch with Anne and BabeShea at their beautiful Moorings Golf Club in Vero Beach. It was fun talking about old times, and we look forward to seeing them often while we're in the sunny South. And here
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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David Buxbaum
Once again I'm indebted to Dero Saunders for sending me an advance copy of his next Tearbag. Unless I get some more news items from you guys out there, everything you read in the Alumni Magazine will be stale news.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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Ross Martindale
Greetings from California. No, I haven't moved, but I did spend the month of February in Newport Beach visiting my brother, Harry. That not only gave me a nice change from the miserable weather in Maine, but also allowed
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
An address list of alumni officers is published by the College each year. Our class is represented by Don McKinlay among the living former trustees. Seven classmates are listed among the living former alumni councilors.
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
Gene Waggaman is once again making news supporting his local community with his recent appointment to the Greenwich Continuing Education Advisory Council. As Gene says, "Greenwich continuing education, already
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1939
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Dick Jackson
This month we list the passing of Jim Gordon on November 5, Al Andrews on December 9, Bob Bryant on the 7th of January, and Hank C .onkle on January 12. (Obits in this, or a later issue). Clem Burnap in Alameda, Calif., says
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1940
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Jack Faunce
Dot Arwe (Ken) reported on a great trip to Egypt. "Ann Jones and I flew to Cairo for a Grand Circle Tour of Egypt. Spent a couple of days in Cairo and then flew to Aswan, where we boarded a ship for five days on the Nile
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1941
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Dick Jachens
My late 1995 survey of 49 randomly selected classmates has produced some interesting data from the 38 respondents. Now all I need is an analysis (via computer, George?). The question about a primary goal for '96 showed
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1942
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Alex Fanelli
John and Phoebe Montagne's annual Christmas letter alerts us to a change of address. They write: "(We) spent the summer sorting our 'stuff' at Hodgman Canyon and selectively moving it to a very expansive and wonderful
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1943
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Paul H. Randall
If your taste in reading runs to historical novels perhaps you'd be interJested in the Aubrey/Maturin novels written by Patrick O'Brian, first published in England in the 1970s and subsequently re-published here in
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1944
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Fritz Hier
You wanna know why I keep writing these Class Notes on a typewriter? You remember: Royal, Remington, Underwood, Smith Coronathose kind of Smithsonian artifacts. Well, in October, John Weeks had a fax correspondence
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1945
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Don Sisson
A couple of months ago, I recalled "the raucous student commentary that punctuated shows at the old Nugget." PaulS.Newman responded: "That's how I became a contributor to and then associate editor of the Jacko. There I was
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
I want to write about "things" this time not about people. Two things: our 50th Reunion and the Alumni Fund. I'll take up the latter first, probably the one you wish I'd skip. Our money man, Tom Adams, asked me to and I
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1947
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Ham Chase
What irony befalls a writer of class columns. With lead times imposed by the printing and editing, and by a personal sense of being early, here I am writing for our late April reading, while in real time here and now
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1948
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F.R. Drury Jr.
Those who follow Dartmouth teams may know that basketball this year is considered a threat to win the Ivy League crown. It would be the first time since 1959 when Rudy LaRusso who later played in the NBA—led his team
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1949
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Bob Nutt
It was briefly noted in last month's issue that the class lost its greatest football player when Joe Sullivan succumbed to an aneurysm on December 29. According to Al Quirk, with whom he had stayed in close touch, Joe
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1950
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Jack Kent
5ifty Joe sent me a comic strip with the following dialogue: "Editor: 'This column really stinks.' Pause. 'Well, don't you have anything to say?' Scribe: 'l'm at a loss for words.' Editor: 'Well, that's a start.'" Meddle
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1951
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Bill Brooks
Santa's Mailbag, continued: Dave Hilton, fully recovered from bypass surgery a year ago, had a full 1995 travel schedule that included kids and grandkids in all four corners. The letter featured a photo of Dave and Ginny
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
We continue with a report of the goings and comings of Dartmouth '52 in die Harvard Law School class of 1955. BobMedvecke and Ellen drove across the state of Florida from Fort Meyers to attend the mini-reunion at Harbor
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1954
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Don Berlin
APRIL 1952: The Dartmouth Outing Club appointed Joe Migely,John Mullen, Roy Coffin,John Heston, Ralph Winslow, and JohnScoville to the 1953 Winter Carnival Committee and Dick Perkins, John Scoville, VicMahler, Cliff Hayes, and Ed
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1955
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Leon C. Martel
Hart Perry, chairman of the board of management of the Friends of Dartmouth Rowing, once again ably presided at the Friends' annual meeting and dinner February 20 in New York. Oarsman, then coach of Dartmouth's
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1956
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Tom Harper
Recently I have had the wonderful experience of discussing the beauties of a Dartmouth education with a prospective undergraduate from Burlington ton, N.C. This lad is one of our outstanding high-school seniors whose
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
The class mini-reunion and clambake is being hosted by Howie Howland on Cape Cod on Saturday, July 27, with chowder starting at 4 p.m. and festivities continuing through the evening. You've already seen the announcement
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
When not involved in College and class affairs, Joe Kabat is busy as an adult volunteer at the Daniel Webster Boy Scout Council of New Hampshire where, for the past five years, he served as vice president for programs.
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1959
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Doug Wise
The mailbag this month is heavy from the upstate New York area. From his residence outside Rochester, N.Y., AlZiegler drove up to Hanover in early February to pass some time with son Brad '78. Zieg's still in the insurance
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1960
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Ken Reich
Scarcely a month goes by in the preparation of this note that I don't get some word of a new book, or article, or lecture by a classmate. Ours is becoming an ever more intellectually accomplished class. Bruce Ducker is a
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1961
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Bob Conn
The Vail mini-reunion in February was a weekend of skiing, fellowship, and singing that reconnected several long-quiet '61s to the class and served as a prelude to our Hanover Reunion in Tune. Reunion chair Roger McArr
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Deerfield Academy is seeking a new dean of faculty because the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn., also one of the nation's premier boarding schools, has appointed Skip Mattoon to be its new headmaster. He replaces
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1964
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Tom Parkinson
Class of 1964 on the Internet? Your class officers would like to know how many of our classmates have addresses on the Internet. Please help us to investigate this by sending me a short note by e-mail at the address at
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1965
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Dick Bordeau
It seems that "cabin fever" has begun to afflict us here in New England in mid-February. Everyone seems to want to get out of town to warmth and sun. A quick weekend ski trip to frigid Hanover (-2 0) last weekend
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1966
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Larry Geiger
As we prepare for our 30th Reunion on June 13-16, it's quite fitting to note that a number of classmates have been making news recently.
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Among the college presidents receiving positive press lately has been Arthur "Pete" Linkins. Pete became president of Paul Smith's College in the Adirondacks last year. After majoring in biology in Hanover and graduate
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1968
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Peter Weston
Dr. Mark J. Utell has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. A professor of medicine at the University of Rochester's School of Medicine and Dentistry, Mark is recognized for his
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1969
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Rick Willets
Three corporate moves to report. First, SteveBates has been named executive vice president of PNC Personal Advisory Services Inc. in Greenwhich, CT., moving from being senior vice president and regional manager for the
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1970
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John Chittick
There's a lot of news this month. I spoke with Rick Sprague, who has started a new business Moody/Sprague in Birmingham, Ala. His architecture cum interior decorating team works primarily on historic properties. He and his
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1971
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Don O'Neill
Pete Webster called to commiserate about getting his "bio" done for the Reunion yearbook, and in the process filled me in on what he's been up to. Once known to some of us as the "Midas Muffler King" of Connecticut since
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
Another spring, another mud season. One year until our 25th Reunion. No apparent correlation. From the past files of "Where are they now?" one was right under our Hanoverian noses. Mike Harris, freshman track teammate
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1973
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Bob Conway
In the course of informing class of '34 former secretary Richard Gruen of the death of one of his classmates who had retired near Camp Lejeune N.C., I learned that he is the father of Bill Gruen. I subsequently spoke to
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1974
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Don Casey Jr.
Ever since my cry for correspondence a couple of months ago, die response from '74s has been great, so I apologize for raising my voice. Keep your e-mails coming—Rick Ranger and I are compiling quite a list of
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
I am delighted to announce the birth of James Shrewsbury Erwin III on December 20, 1995, to James andEileen Erwin of Yarmouth, Maine. The new baby is the grandson of James Erwin '42, great-grandson of James Erwin '12,
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1976
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Dick Monkman
Lots of news from the 'net this month. SaraHoagland Hunter () reports that she and JulieMiner "had an absolute blast" doing a children's picture book on the Navajo Code Talkers of World War 11. The book is titled The
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1977
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Doug Ireland
With the onset of spring, the longer warmer days prompt quiet moments of reflection whiling away the lazy afternoons contemplating the great questions of our time.
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1978
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John Harvey
Hey everybody—there's a new sheriff in town. I'm replacing Brooks Clark as both Class Notes editor and class secretary. Brooks has done a sensa tional job juggling these responsibilities while raising a family and
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1979
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Jim "Wazoo" Wasz
Jeffrey Boylan
Remember the big snowstorm of 1978 ? Dartmouth canceled classes for a day or two and we were jumping off Alpha Chi's roof into snow drifts. John (whoa, no bimbos) Benson and his 4-wheel drive Blazer triumphantly
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1980
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Wade Herring
(Dartmouth songs play mournfully, yet not without hope, throughout. The instruments and arrangements are traditional, as is only fitting. The pictures are primarily stills, although some film footage is intercut. The tones are sepia, because the
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1981
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Stephen Godchaux
Abner Oakes
It was Valentine's Day yesterday. Sentimental, tearful dedications pouring out of my radio. Heartwarming features about "love fulfilled" on the local news. Cupid was airborne and taking aim. What garbage. The cherub
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1982
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Philippa Guthrie
Greetings. Al Dotson Jr., was named partner in the Miami firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot. He practices commercial real estate, land use and environmental law, and government regulations law. Al went to Vanderbilt,
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
Thank goodness I dragged myself to exercise class the other day. I go to the fabulous Martin Henry studio in West Hollywood for the always invigorating Power Sculpt class. All right, so I've only been there three times
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1985
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Mark Stern
Richard Joyce
After several years of alternating columns, Rick and I have finally decided to take the plunge and co-write a column. We're very excited about this a chance to meld our writing styles, to bounce ideas off each other, but
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1986
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Liz Babb Fanlo
The Claim to Fame was an easy award to give this month, as I received the following on a postcard recently: "After standing by, i.e. understudying, for two months, I made my Broadway debut opposite Carol Burnett and
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1987
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Meg Crone Ramsden
Elizabeth WeidbergMaciag keeps busy at Del Monte Food in marketing, and lives in the San Francisco area with husband Mike. Belated (one year or so) congratulations to them on their wedding, which boasted an extensive '87
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1988
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Susan C. Lynch
News floods in this month from our diverse, successful class. The most notable news comes from Kate Phillips, author of her first novel White Rabbit Ruth Caster Hubble, the protagonist of White Rabbit is 88 years old and
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1989
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Tom Avril
I open this column with some sad news. Joseph Brodsky, who was both our commencement speaker and an honorary member of our class, died in January at age 55.
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1990
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Jeanhee Kim
As I write this column (it's February), the Republican presidential candidates Bob Dole, Pat Buchanan, Lamar Alexander, Steve Forbes, Richard Lugar, Alan Keyes, Bob Dornan (who?), and Morry Taylor (?) are all campaigning
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1991
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Sue Shankman
Ralf E. "Ted" Kircher has certainly kept busy since graduation. He worked in Washington, D. C., at the departments of Treasury and Energy for the Bush Administration prior to moving further south. In 1993 Ted became
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1992
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Jessie W. Levine
Many thanks go out to those of you who have written and e-mailed me with your news. Thanks also for your patience in waiting for your news to print; I write the columns three months before they are actually printed
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1993
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Christopher K. Onken
There are times when I'm absolutely positive that this is definitely, unquestionably the wrong job for me. Times like last month when this lonely, single, couldn't-buy-a-date-with-a million-dollars (did I say single?)
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
While I had my nose in a scarf all winter, HeidiKern had hers in a book, as she began a doctoral program in develop mental psychology at the University of Miami. Heidi's other news is that—you guessed it—she is engaged to
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1995
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Adrienne Kim
I was catching up with past e-mails when I noticed one from Jen Lien who is living in the Far East. She will spend eight years writing for Singapore's The Business Times.
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D-MAIL
A Snapshot of Alumni Relations
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An every-issue guide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Give A Rouse
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FACE TO WATCH
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Alumni Album
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Gail Fondahl '78 takes a reindeer ride during a break from teaching at Canada's University of Northern British Columbia and researching indigenous land rights in Siberia. Send photos of you or Dartmouth friends doing unusual and interesting
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Class of 2016
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Amelia and Catherine Rosch, twin two-year-old daughters of Deborah Michel Rosch '83 and husband Tom, catch up on the latest trends. Send your favorite photo of a Dartmouth baby—child or grandchild—to Theresa D'Orsi, Dartmouth Alumni
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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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Worth a Thousand Words
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The history of Dartmouth art is determined by brushstrokes of fate.
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