Issue: 19961001

Tuesday, October 1, 1996
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Wild Life of the Mind
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COLDWELL BANKER
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October 1996
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Raul Stuart
Raul Stuart
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Letters to the Editor
Letters To The Editor
Worry Them, Terriers!
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Gmawing Mascots
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MARTHA E DIEBOLD
MARTHA E DIEBOLD
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Darthmouth Coop
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Martayan Lan
Martayan Lan
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Glass Prints
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PRIME QUECHEE
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National Alumni Forum.
National Alumni Forum.
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The Gardener Agency
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Alumni Magazine
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POMPANOUSUC MILLS
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
The Orange on Campus Is Not on Leaves
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"E. Wheelock"
Divers Notes and Observations
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DARTMOUTH
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On the Hill for October 1996
Fertile Mindscape
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The bumper crops rising from Dartmouth's organic farm include more than plants. After a year of full-scale operation, the student-run enterprise has proven fertile ground for everything from poetry to history to
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On the Hill for October 1996
The Listings Are Virtual, The Jobs Are Real
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Need a job? Through JobTrak, a California based job listing service, alumni and undergraduate users sit at their computers and research employment opportunities listed with Dartmouth. Since April, when Dartmouth
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On the Hill for October 1996
We asked students: What Makes a "Perfect ' Foreign Study Prog ram?
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About 60 percent of Dartmouth students take advantage of the College's far-ranging offcampus programs—from environmental studies in Kenya to Portuguese in Brazil to art history in Florence. Some take more than
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On the Hill for October 1996
Rechercliez Les Femmes
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According to co-founder Tanielle McBain '96, nostalgia for "the raw emotion behind the music" of bebop led to the creation of Dartmouth's newest singing group, Femmes Fatales, last fall.
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On the Hill for October 1996
When Lakes Get Sick
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Something changed during the last 25 years in the small lakes of Vermont's Champlain valley, and Dartmouth research biologist Richard Stemberger wants to know why. He is studying the microscopic zooplankton
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On the Hill for October 1996
Genetic Geritol
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Dartmouth biologists are a step closer to solving one of the world's most prevalent nutritional problems: iron deficiency. More than a third of the soils are iron-deficient, resulting in lowered agricultural
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On the Hill for October 1996
Studying Birds...
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Sarah Hood '98 is a finalist in the inaugural Rolex/Golf Digest Collegiate Journalism competition recognizing outstanding student journalists who cover college golf. Besides writing for The Dartmouth, Hood also competes in
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On the Hill for October 1996
...and Trees...
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A National Science Foundation grant of up to $200,000 over four years has been awarded to Xiahong Feng, assistant professor of earth sciences. Feng is studying the way isotopes found in a tree's cellulose contain a record of
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On the Hill for October 1996
...and Societies
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Among the 34 fellows appointed for the academic year 1996-97 by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars were two Dartmouth academics: Dale F. Eickelman '64, professor of anthropology and human relations,
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Distinctively Dartmouth
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FREE INFORMATION FROM ADVERTISERS
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CURMUDGEON
Dartmouth, Dartmouth, Doing Right
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Noel Perrin
The College has a chance to devote heart and solar to future building design.
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The Hideout
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PENDLETON
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Syllabus
Knowing Your Place
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Jim Collins'84
You belong where land and soul merge.
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Prof's Choice
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Professor Terry Osborne
Place, Memory, and Dreams
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Cover Story
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Second Nature
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Jay Heinrichs
The voice that cries in the wilderness has changed. But then, so has the wilderness.
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This Man Is an Island
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ROBERT SULLIVAN '75
Nelson Bryant "46 first heard his muse calling through the windbut it was his Outdoors column for The New York Times that became swept rushes of Martha's Vineyard. He thought he would be a Homeric poet, a 25-year epic.
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Naming the Animals
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Robert Pack '51
The split between the impulse to dominate nature and the urge to celebrate it constitutes the tragedy of our species.
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The Trees Will Die
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ROBERT PACK
An increase of one degree in average temperature moves the climatic zones thirty-five tofifty miles north... The trees will die. Considernothing more than that—just that the treeswill die.
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Dartmouth's Night
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ONCE A YEAR, THE KNOWING ELITE BECOME ELEMENTAL: the clear, arousing New Hampshire air; the bonfire whose startling heat drives the crowd back; the miraculous sod of the Green; the ever-present fear of rain. Last year, to the tribal sounds
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DON'T CALL HIM ANONYMOUS
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Jeanhee Kim '9O
Keith Boykin '87 has a first book out. It is very, very different from what Bill Clinton once thought it was.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
News continued from last issue: Along with the announcement of the endowment of a memorial chair at Tuck School honoring her father, Al Frey, Janet Frey Harte of Corpus Christi, Tex., sent news of her husband (Ed Harte
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1921
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E. Vance Clark
Our 1921 president, Don Sawyer, sends word of the illness of Doris Campbell (widow of Jack Campbell), who is encouraging other '21 widows to support the Alumni Fund. Now Doris has had a stroke and is recovering at
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Class Notes
1928
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George A. Bell
It isn't surprising that most of the classmates aren't doing very much these days. What is surPrising is how some of us are still so active. It was a delight to read in the last Campaigner of Bill Ballard's trip to
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Class Notes
1929
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Mary L. Ripley
October! It can't be the calendar says July, and real summer hasn't yet arrived in Maine where there is rain and more rain. Our well and pump system is on the "fritz," and workmen keep telling us they'll be here "next
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Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
First we had a classmate who graduated from Dartmouth before graduating from high school. Now we have one who is starting over again at the bottom, after a career of presiding over colleges and universities and
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Class Notes
1931
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Ralph Maynard
In view of her forthcoming move to a senior center in Highstown, N.J., Mary O'Connor, widow of Martin, asked that Hanover discontinue sending DAM. However, she wants to continue receiving the class newsletter, and
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Class Notes
1932
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Joe Roberts
In May, in the city by the bay, Ed Marks and Vera dined with Jim and PegNorth, who hope to come to the BIG 65th in June. Ed and Vera also attended Joe Boldt's birthday, which we don't think was held in San Francisco^
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Class Notes
1933
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John S. Monagan
Intrigued by the capacity of the administration to invent new programs, to proliferate staff positions, and to create new periodicals, we were fascinated to receive recently a copy of the Coed, Fraternity and Sorority
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Class Notes
1934
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Gene Orsenigo
After four months in Florida last winter, BobOffenbach "just can't retire." He is back working, three days a week, at Management Recruiters in Boston. He says "Not much money, but it keeps me out of trouble and keeps my
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Class Notes
1935
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David A. Buxbaum
Dero Saunders sent copies of cards which were sent to him for The Tearbag, as follows: MelRothschild Jr. writes that he has taken no trips nor has he had any "newsworthy happenings of late." He says, "I have moved from my
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Class Notes
1936
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Barry Sullivan
Well, well, oh well! Here we go on the Cannonball Express, the steam cars to our great, great grandparents. An award recognizing lifelong contributions to Reform Judaism has been given Seymour Sims by the American
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Class Notes
1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
From the May 20, 1941, Mint Bag: "BuglerBerkowitz is well pleased with the dough trickling into Hanover for the Ernest Martin Hopkins 25th Anniversary Campaign...The quantity hasn't upped much but the quality is there and
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Class Notes
1938
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Richard M. Francis
Bob and Claire Reeve are now in their "dream cottage".. .all on one floor and less than a 15-minute walk to downtown Hanover. Their address is 1 Storrs Road, with a telephone number of (603) 643-1919... "If anyone from '
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Class Notes
1939
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Dick Jackson
This is a month in which we have no deaths to record, and what a pleasure this is! Such obits as you find in the rear of this book have previously been reported in this column.
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Class Notes
1940
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Tack Faunce
Highlight of the 1996 Class Officers Weekend was the presentation of the 1996 Special Recognition Award to the Class of 1940 for "...all you do and have done to enrich Dartmouth." Each member of the class should take
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Class Notes
1941
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Dick Jachens
So many notes (Ah, Heaven!) and so little space (Oh, Hell!) Let's start with Jupe Lewis' nice letter and generous fund contribution from Stamford, Conn. Since retiring from U.N. secretariat posts around the world, he's
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Class Notes
1942
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Alex Fanelli
Don Amy says he appreciated my mentioning him in the April DAM notes but was somewhat baffled by my assertion that the China tour he hopes to join this year will be led by "physics/astronomy professor Delo Mook."
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Class Notes
1943
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Paul H. Randall
Operating on the theory that no news is good news I hope that you are well and enjoying life as you read this in midSeptember. As I write this, however, I am basking in the magnificent July weather of Boston's South
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Class Notes
1944
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Fritz Hier
How better possibly to start a column than with that wonderful E.B. I White line: "...there must be a million aging males, now slipping into their anecdotage, who recall..
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Class Notes
1945
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Don Sisson
Over the years I've gotten good mileage out of a toast: "To Dartmouth men and the wonderful women they marry." It certainly applies to me. From the Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald, courtesy of Don Cole, comes another example:
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Class Notes
1946
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James M. Coleman Jr
Such a short time since many of us were together at the 5Oth that I think news of who's doing what might be "old hat." So, no personalities this edition. But I do want to tell you a little about us—as a class. First, a
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Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase,
The early autumn days of September are fascinating in New Hampshire, with the coming of cooler weather. The foliage and the colors changing from north to south, bring beauty for all to see, and usher in a change in the
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Class Notes
1948
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F.R. Drury Jr
Dick Repko worked for Caltex Petroleum for 36 years. During 29 of them he and family lived abroad in Colombia, Bangkok, Tokyo, Okinawa, Madagascar, Nairobi, Uganda, and Zambia. Adventure and sometimes risk were
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Class Notes
1949
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Bob Nutt
When you think about 49ers who have been elected to the Hall of Fame in their chosen field, mostly you're talking about ice. First there was Dick Desmond in the hockey Hall of Fame and then Mike McGean in the
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Class Notes
1950
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Jack Kent
The hit songs were "Chiquita Banana," "To Each His Own," "Come Rain or Shine," "Doin' What Comes Natur'ly," "Zip-a-Dee-Do-Dah," "Ole Buttermilk Sky," "Now is the Hour," and "Tenderly."
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Class Notes
1951
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Loye Miller
Now comes good news from mini-reunion chair Hank Nachman. Last fall our Homecoming weekend seminar was a stimulating, profound, and funny presentation on Dr. Seuss by English profs Bill Cook and Don Pease. Most of
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr
John Rosenwald is soon to step down as chair of the Dartmouth Trustees. He has presided over a period of growth and change and strength and deserves the thanks of the College and its sons and daughters. His legendary
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Class Notes
1954
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Don Berlin
October 1952: Dean McDonald announced drinking would be allowed from 12:00-2:00 p.m. during big weekends; The Injunaires, including Luke Case (second tenor) and Bruce McAllister (baritone), entertain at house parties.
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Class Notes
1955
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Leon C. Martel
The Boston Globe, in a lengthy article replete with photo and scorecard, reports that the Superior Court of Suffolk County in Boston has a secret weapon in its unending struggle to unplug the clogged arteries of its
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Class Notes
1956
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Tom Harper
More scenes from the Fabulous Fortieth: •Dick Zock closing down the tent each night when he ran out of listeners.
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Class Notes
1957
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Richard F. Perkins
As I reported last month, some fortunate members of our class have been enjoying the great minireunions organized by Monk Bancroft. It's good fan to attend them and good fan to report on them. On April 13 th and 14th
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Class Notes
1958
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Pete Kelsey
The conversation continues. As I reported last month, Bill Hartley has not abandoned our class. Writing from Hong Kong where he is anchoring both for CNBC and NBC Asia, Bill is as perplexed as were the rest of us who
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Class Notes
1959
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Richard A. Masterson
The response to the "green cards" class newsletter editor Bob Johnson sent out with his May 1995 newsletter was good. Keep them coming! This month's mail is pretty much a "grabbag," so if you don't see a theme here,
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Class Notes
1960
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Ken Reich
Natural gas prices are so low, they have forced John Wheaton to put his own gas exploration company "on idle" and go to work for PaineWebber in Sacramento, where he keeps an eye on some of the class's more successful
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Class Notes
1961
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Bob Conn
First, here are details of the Dartmouth Night weekend mini-reunion. It's October 18-20; the football opponent is Yale; the pre-game picnic is at the Fayerweathers, the dorm cluster that we sponsor; the post-game
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Class Notes
1962
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Gordon A. McKean
Recently the New England Science Center acknowledged with gratitude the six years of service performed as secretary of the board by Erwin H. Miller. "Dusty" will remain as trustee of NESC, an organization devoted to
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry Zlokower
Theirs is a practical as well as loving bond. Cambridge, Mass. therapists Richard and AntraKalnins Borofsky, counsel couples in tandem by openly exploring their own 21-year marriage. "What we're doing here is not just
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Class Notes
1964
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Tom Parkinson
There were more than 40 '64s living in Little Hall 36 years ago and imore than half of them responded to my request for information. As a result, I have more than enough information for my column. However, I am passing
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Class Notes
1965
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Dick Bordeau
In late April I was hoping to join Ted Atkinson, Dick Lockridge,Mike Orr, and BillWebster for three days of golf in the Myrtle Beach, S.C., area. Unfortunately a business development prevented me from attending. My spies tell
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Lots seems to be happening with '67 careers these days. The Wall Street Journal and other business publications saw Will Boddie's promotion
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Class Notes
1968
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Peter Weston,
I just finished reading Jeff Garten's recommendations for a proreform foreign policy on the editorial page of the June 25 edition of the Wall Street Journal. In the article Jeff outlines a four-element approach America
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Class Notes
1969
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Rick Willets
No news is good news. Not so in this business. Rather than engaging in small talk, I will wish you all a pleasant autumn. Take care and write.
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1970
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John B. Chittick
Dartmouth football is off to a fast start in the race for Ivy League champions. The campus looks spectacular—remember [how it first looked when we arrived in the fall of 1966? First some news of class celebrations from
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1971
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Don O'Neill
Reunion Class Notes continued: "Wow!" emailed Nels Armstrong. "Now that's what I call a reunion! It was great to see so many faces that I had not seen too often (or not at all) over the past 25 years. To all of the guys
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1972
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Jon Einsidler
A lot of running to different places, with languid days in between, could be summer. Calendar says July, temperature and humidity both read 90, Arnold has come out with a movie, definitely summer. Baseball Ail-Star game, and
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1973
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Bob Conway
Steve Kessner, our harddriving and tireless head agent, is looking for a few good '73s to form a major gifts committee that will help round up a million dollars (from the rest of us) for our 25th class Reunion alumni
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Class Notes
1974
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Don Casey Jr
This month's column contains a dazzling display of '74 talent and accomplishment. First is Shepperson "Shep"Wilbun, who has recently risen to the rank of director of the Memphis Housing and Community Development
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
My apologies for the blank space in the last issue. The past month has been more chaotic than usual. The opportunity _ of a lifetime presented itself, and I accepted a new position in advertising with N.W. Ayer &
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Class Notes
1976
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Dick Monkman
As I write this column, the Alaska cruise season is in full swing. The cruise boats usually bring a few visitors to our home in Juneau. This year we had the pleasure of hosting Charlie and KimBrumback for dinner at the end
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1977
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Doug Ireland
Trapped in die Checkers Hotel in Los Angeles with my deadline looming, I called as many classmates as I could in the local area codes to gather" lews and avoid the scrutiny of the Lehman Brothers expense police. I had
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1979
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Jeffrey Boylan
Jim "Wazoo" Wasz
Dateline: 14 July 1996. No less than eight destroyers head out of the Golden Gate on their way to who knows where? Makes for a spectacular scene on this cool, gray, overcast morning as I write to you all from the
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1980
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Wade Herring
Even the youngest of us is turning 38, and soon we will all be 40. It's going too fast, it's all going too fast. What does it all mean?
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1981
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Abner Oakes IV
Stephen Godchaux,
Iowan Tom Waterman wrote to say that in one fell swoop he and wife Maria increased their brood by 300 percent. First daughter Lee, who's four, was bummed to discover that mom's bigger-than-usual belly didn't presage a
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1982
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Philippa M.T. Guthrie,
Hello—lots of news. Some of it months old. Write in with updates. Becki Ambrose, who is still getting a Ph.D. in education, has been studying radical constructivism, situated cognition, and socioculturalism, i.e. how
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
I'm here to report that Leslee Subak—Dr. Subak to you—has a new Rolex watch. And, no, it wasn't a splurge on her part although it would have been a well-deserved one. While getting her M.D. from the Stanford University
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1984
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Kathy Krause
Taking advantage of being back up at Dartmouth (for a six-week seminar on literary theory) to Blitz the Alumni Magazine about the lack of '84 Class Notes these past months I made the fatal mistake of tentatively
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1985
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Mark Stern
First of all, major snaps to Jeff Weitzman and his committee for a cool but not too hip, organized but not overly planned, detail-oriented by not anal-retentive, Reunion. I also want to personally thank Jeff for
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Class Notes
1986
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Davida Dinerman
Hope everyone is having a wonderful summer. And now, it's.. .Reunion Recap time. We enjoyed superb weather (save for a bit of rain on Saturday afternoon), some delicious food (I even heard a few kids raving over the PB&J
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Class Notes
1987
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Christen O'Connor
As I write my very first Class Notes column, the Olympic torch is just days away from Atlanta. A fitting metaphor, as the class of 1987 torch has recent ly been passed to a new slate of officers. I'm thrilled to be your
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Class Notes
1989
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Jeanne DeSa
It is with deep regret that I note that three of our classmates, Paul Gould,Josh Hanes, and TimOlguin have passed away this year. On behalf of the class, Tom Avril and I would like to convey our sympathy to the families and
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Class Notes
1990
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Anna Cathcart
Wes Wang, vice president of Euro Brokers Emerging Markets, spent much of the summer in Mexico City. He has been working with Rocco Ancorolla (the owner of Boom, a hot restaurant in Manhattan) on a new French-
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1991
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Kara Skruck
Unlike my predecessor Sue Shankman, who cooly gathered news through casual conversation with fellow '91 sat our June Reunion, I ran around campus with my pen and notebook, chasing down classmates with the burning
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Class Notes
1993
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Christopher K. Onken
Alicia Walker and Bryce Hundley '94 were married on june 29th in Traverse City, Mich., despite living in New York City. It was a long commute. According to Marianne Ruhl, Alicia "may [or may not] have one more year
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
OK people...This time I have to start with an announcement I thought we would not hear for at least another couple of years, but brace yourselves, because I think we may just have ourselves a Class Baby! This is a much
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1996
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Monica J. Oberkofler
Well, the class of 1996 may only be a few months out, but that famous alumni bond is already beginning to surface. Jim Rich and I were visiting London in June and happened to be watching the changing of the guard in
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Alumni Album
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Frederic j. Frommer
Unkind Cuts
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NUPTIALS
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Steve Hochman '88 (front, left) married Juliet "The Crimson Imposter" Thompson last summer in Center Harbor, New Hampshire. Bart Miller '88 (front, third from left) won the swim-run biathlon the morning of the wedding, which also drew
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Graduation Annals
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Congratulations, Tom, You're Fired
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Give a Rouse
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Thurlow Evans Tibbs Jr. '74 has transformed Washington's Corcoran Gallery of Art into a major center for the study of African-American works. Tibbs, who has championed the rediscovery of many nineteenth and twentieth-century
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Class of 2013
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Taylor Sipple, son of Scott '84 and Susan Sipple, shares a swing with jaqueline Fuhrman, daughter of David '84 and Maria Fuhrman.
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Face To Watch
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The Blues by the Numbers
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Round The Girdled Earth
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Members of the P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Association who gathered last spring in Philadelphia included (from left) Rick Crabtree '45, Bob Rader '44, and john Hartshorn '45. As Hartshorn explains, "Old pilots never die, they just keep
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Required Reading
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Solving the Nation's Ills and Celebrating a "Twin Killer."
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D-MAIL
How to Wake up Your Class
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Patricia E. Berry '81
An every-issue guide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Roy George Metcalf '19 • Dec. 21, 1995 Harold Lincoln Miller'21 • Oct. 1, 1981 George Edward Ducro '22 • Sept. 29,1979 Laurens Livingston Henderson '22 • June 30 Clarence Whitney Sanders '22 • August 1994 Charles Mussey Hinckley
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The Spider Man
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The lasting value of research is sometimes unforeseen.
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