Issue: 19970301

Saturday, March 1, 1997
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A Woman's Place
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COLDWELL BANKER
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Harbour Ridge
Harbour Ridge
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MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
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VOL. 89 NO. 6
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CENTERRA
CENTERRA
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNAE MAGAZINE
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Lettter from the Editor
To our Reader
You could say a woman started it all.
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Karen Endicott
The person who introduced Eleazar Wheelock to Indian education an act that led to the founding of Dartmouth College—was a Connecticut Mohegan named Sarah Occom. In 1743 she asked the Puritan minister to educate her 20-year-old son
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Mrs. Wheelock'S Journal
Happy 25th and Other Returns
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"Mary Brinsmead Wheelock"
Divers Notes and Observations
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI FUND
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Cover Story
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Mater Dearest
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Regina Barreca '79
"Things get better" we told the tradition-minded. And so they have.
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10,11,12,13,14,15
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Beyond PARITY
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Rebecca Bailey
Women have not just added new courses to the curriculum. They have helped change the way material is taught.
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Dartmouth's Most Influential Women Influential Women
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Patricia E. Berry '81
As The college Approached and then cautiously embraced coeducation, there came opportunities for women to become agents of change. Certainly there were the firsts first woman faculty member (Russian instructor Elizabeth Reynolds
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"We cannot learn, neither can we teach by a sort of magic peculiar to ourselves; Give us the facilities for education enjoyed by the other sex, and we shall at least be able to try what are the capabilities of women."
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STRONG, Fast, Magnificent
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Six Women have taken their sports to levels that Greeners had not imagined before.
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26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35
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Dartmouth HERSTORY
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An unexpurgated timeline of Dartmouth educating women (and women educating Dartmouth).
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"We trust the day is not far distant when our own Alma Mater shall welcome to her halls the fair daughters of Eve. and 'sweet girl graduates, with their golden hair' shall grace the Bema on Commencement day."
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37,38,39,40,41
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A Sluggo's Sister Chooses Dartmouth
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Gail Sullivan '82, T'87, and Robert Sullivan '75
Bob Speaking:
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Knowing Squat About the Woods
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Heather Killebrew '89
Was your freshman trip an ordeal? Try again, with ten femme essentials.
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Let New Traditions Grow
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Why Dartmouth is Better with Men
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Jane Hodges
Oh, but of course you can get a tip-top education at Smith and Wellesley. But there are some things you just cannot learn without men.
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"Maybe its lull meaning can't be totally appreciated until you've been out lor a while, but the renowned. Dartmouth fellowship is a very real thing. Somehow I can't feature it being the same if the 'fellowship' were coed.
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DINING GUIDE
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COEDUCATION AT 25
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
Since, as usual, we have no current news, we turn again to a member of 1920's illustrious past for material. Professor Allen R. (Al) Foley, historian of the Wild West, legislator, "mayor" of Norwich, and storyteller
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Class Notes
1921
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E. Vance Clark
Foremost on my list of Dartmouth women from the class of 1921 is Mrs.Ellis D. Briggs, better known as "Lucy Briggs." She is widow of Ellis O.Briggs, and for many years was secretary of '21. She sought and collected news of '21
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1925
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Caroline W. McDonough
Because of the very sad loss of our Class Secretary Scoof Newton in November 1996, I have been asked to write the column for the great class of 1925. It is both an honor and a daunting task as it will be difficult to
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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Edward Emerson
It is a well known fact that the arrival of coeducation in 1972 was met with considerable opposition on the part of many alumni. I'm glad to say, however, that the class of 1926 held more enlightened views, as shown by
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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Charles P. Baker Jr
Roger Bury, our class president, is busy arranging for our 70th Reunion June 6-8,1997. We have all heard from David Orr, director of alumni relations, who has promised our College will treat us right. We will all stay
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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George A. Bell
As reported by the director of stewardship, our class scholarship fund now has a market value of $601,424. The income released June 30, 1996, was $24,048. The associate director of financial aid reports that, of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
Ours was a time when more women stayed at home raising families and doing volunteer work. The class of '29 can boast of a Dartmouth, president, John Sloan Dickey, and his First Lady, Christina, who was an invaluable
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
From mid-November, as I write this, suddenly it's almost March. But for slight miscalculation by the DAM office, I should have been swamped by your tidbits about the women of our class. However, all is not lost. I've
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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Ralph Maynard
Bob Baumrucker wrote '"The Farm'(DAM Oct. 1996 Class Notes) consists of a thousand inherited acres, and while there is a manager, a farmer, and a cattle man, our main interest is a safe haven for deer, quail, pheasants,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1932
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Joseph Y. Roberts
Once again on the Hanover plain a minireunion was held on the weekend of Dartmouth Night, arranged by Dick Stoiber and President Dick Olmsted. Present were: Art and Dobbie Allen, Mrs. Henry Barber, Joe Boldt and Peg,
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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John S. Monagan
In compliance with Ye Editor's decision to devote this issue of the mag to Dartmouth's women, since we have no female classmates, we turn in memory to notable women on the Hanover scene of our day who certainly qualified
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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Gene Orsenigo
I'm not sure whether we were up to accepting coeds at Dartmouth in our day, but we sure made up for lost time after College with those who became coeds of the good class later on. They shone brightly in the life of the
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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David Buxbaum
Yank Price writes, "I have just learned from George Colton that Frank O. Adams has accepted the position of class treasurer. He is replacing our back-up treasurer, Put Kingsbury, who has moved to California. Bill's
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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Barry Sullivan
How pertinent to each of us are interesting incidents in the lives of classmates which will be presented here as received. Please send yours along.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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Carl L.N. Erdman
This special issue is the opportunity we needed to tell the world about the '37 women who have distinguished themselves for Dartmouth and the world. Marlene Putnam, wife of Hal, is achieving a national reputation as a
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1938
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Richard M. Francis
I had an interesting chat with Russ Tolles, who is recovering from three angioplasty procedures in less than a year: "Coronary problems continue with me starting first in the mid-seventies." His wife Alice's two knee
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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Richard Jackson
The past fall we lost three members of our class. BillSchwingel died on September 14, Joe Hoover passed away in his sleep on October 15, and we received word from son Ned '68 that his dad, Ed Cummings, died on October 22.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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Jack Faunce
Because this issue is devoted to the women who have meant so much to the College and the classes throughout Dartmouth's history, President Bill Mercer stated, "After 56 years out of college, we feel our women are a vital
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1941
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Dick Jachens
Our class has connections with so many women who have contributed to Dartmouth's continuing greatness. We can start with SallyFrechette Maynard, Hank Frechette's widow, who was the first female Trustee of the College. We
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1942
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Alex Fanelli
A few months ago, at the suggestion of my good wife, Betty, we moved my "study" downstairs to our condo's lower floor. Of course, the move included my computer, printer, and all my files; including those related to these
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1943
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Paul H. Randall
As we join in celebrating the College's 25th year of coeducation we wish to pay tribute not only to our Dartmouth Daughters, of whom we are justifiably proud, but also to recognize the women who have contributed so much
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1944
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Fritz Hier
We've been asked in this special issue on Dartmouth women to write about our class ladies, and while the 1944 group is about as classy as they come, it's an impossible assignment.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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Don Sisson
Since assuming this column, I have tried to pay special attention to recording the activities of women related to '45. In retrospect such notes have been happily frequent. Please continue to keep them coming. For this
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1946
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James M. Coleman Jr
In the December issue there was a great void. No 1946 notes. To those who called inquiring if I were still around, thank you. Reports of my demise are a bit premature, I goofed. I apologize, or did you even notice?
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
This month's issue is honoring the ladies of Dartmouth. This is a fine opportunity to acknowledge some of our strong supporters and helpers. We all know Virginia Mather, our correspondent, and writer, who creates
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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Sonny Drury
It is a pleasure to write of a few of the ladies who over the years have had heroic meaning to our class. These of course include all our wives of whom a few are mentioned below.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1949
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Bob Nutt
So, this is the special Alumnae Issue? What does that mean to a dinosauric, pre-coed class like ours? Well, the class of 1949 has actually made no small contribution to the rolls of Dartmouth alumnae. You could look it
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1950
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Jack Kent
A Dartmouth Lady. It all began on Cape Cod the summer between our freshman and sophomore years, half a century ago. Just graduated from Northfield, she was working as a waitress at an inn and three Dartmouth guys were
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1951
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Loye Miller
Increasingly, it seems, members of our class are going as volunteers to help folks in the former U.S.S.R. and affiliated bloc countries find their way in the new, non-Communist world. Don and Carol Cox recently went from
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Class Notes
1952
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Henry Williams Jr
Jack Barclay called the other day to see if he was still a member of the class executive committee. (He is.) The call turned into a warm chat about life after Dartmouth. He stayed an extra two years at Tuck, because of
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Class Notes
1953
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Dave Halloran
Have you ever noticed that when we sing our glorious alma mater, that the first reference to gender, aside from the title, occurs in the line "For the Lone Pine above her." And that's what this issue is all about, the
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Class Notes
1954
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Don Berlin
Since all of you read this column before the remainder of the Alumini Magazine, I am sure you are unaware that this month's edition is devoted to women at Dartmouth. Thus, it is appropriate that this month's notes
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Class Notes
1955
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Leon Martel
In keeping with the theme of this month 's issue, here are mini-portraits of nine women of the class of 1955 who have distinguished themselves in nine different fields (several in more than one) and, also noteworthy, who
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Class Notes
1956
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Tom Harper
Prior to Reunion last June the entire class received a copy of Famous LastWords, wherein ElliotWeinstein edited the writings of 28 classmates as they wrote in any form they wished about anything they wanted. The result was some
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Class Notes
1957
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Richard F. Perkins
This issue of the alumni magazine includes a special on Dartmouth's women. Since we are one of those ancient classes prior to the advent of women as classmates, our thoughts go to women as dates, women as partners and
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Class Notes
1958
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Pete Kelsey
Prostate cancer seems to have taken center stage of late. Glenn Wilde is the latest to have had surgery. Happily, it appears that the doctors caught it early on and we can look forward to seeing Glenn at our 40th Reunion.
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Class Notes
1959
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Richard Masterson
Clarence Power "C.P."Montgomery has recently made the transition from his practice of law in the construction contracts area to retirement. On one of several trips to the Southwest in recent years, he and wife Margaret
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Class Notes
1960
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Ken Reich
Father-daughter relationships seem to have become even more special now that so many of our daughters are going into professional life, and the impact is especially profound as regards the class of 1960 when daughters
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Class Notes
1962
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Gordon A. McKean
So the groundhog saw his shadow and we have six more weeks of cold winter blues; well it is not too late to cheer up ourselves by committing to our 35th Reunion Monday, June 9, to Thursday, June 12, 1997 (as of
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry Zlokower
How do '63s feel about coeducation? Responding to a 25th Reunion survey in 1988, 86 percent said they were not "upset." Women and careers? Sixty percent of us said our wives worked full or parttime and nearly that same
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Class Notes
1965
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Dick Bordeau
Hosting 17 Princeton University varsity heavyweight rowers for the Head of the Charles weekend (the races were eventually canceled because of monsoon rains) prevented Jean and I from attending the mini-reunion. Our
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Class Notes
1966
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Larry Geiger
Sheboygan, Wise., celebrated in song, is JonColby's hometown. And it's also the headquarters of Ametek, leading maker of consumer and industrial filtration and irrigation systems. Now they share a mailing address, since Jon
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Class Notes
1968
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Peter Weston
John Remsen was featured in the September issue of Bank Marketing as the 1996-97 presidentelect of the Bank Marketing Association. He is executive vice president and chief sales officer at Busey Bank, Urbana, 111.
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Class Notes
1969
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Rick Willets
The Homecoming pregame party was its usual roaring success. The new format of sharing a tent with the '70s worked out fine and of course, guaranteed no rain. The whole weekend went well and next year will be even better.
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Class Notes
1970
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John B. Chittick
Okay, if it's snowing where you are and you've had it, join us in the sunny Caribbean for winter break. (Actually, I can't go this year but wouldn't it be great if we could plan a class get together for winter 1998?) St.
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Class Notes
1971
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Don O'Neill
With this issue focusing on women of Dartmouth, it seems appropriate to reflect on the first stirrings of coeducation which occurred "on our watch" so to speak. The College's exchange program for women began with the
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Class Notes
1972
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Jon Einsidler
Spring training. Pitchers and catchers have reported. Bill Schur has his reservations to view MattWilliams and the rest of the team ready to dethrone the Yanks. Hope springs eternal. Reunion participation cochair EdWisneski
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Class Notes
1973
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Bob Conway
In keeping with the spirit of this issue, focusing on the accomplishments of Dartmouth alumnae, I chose this month to Biighlight some of our own classmates whose accomplishments include being among the first women
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Class Notes
1974
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Don Casey
This month's column is dedicated to the Women of' 74: Our class was truly lone of transition, as evidenced by our 26 (by my count) female graduates. My records indicate that Janet BurrowsJames, Karen Jennings, Catherine
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Class Notes
1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
In 1996-97 Dartmouth is officially celebrating the 25 th anniversary of coeducation. This issue of DAM, including Class Notes, is devoted to Dartmouth women.
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Class Notes
1976
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Brewer Doran
Naomi Baline Kleinman,
Steffi Valar,
Dick Monkman is off in the Cook Islands at the time this column is due, and since this is a special edition about the first 25 years of women at Dartmouth, he asked Brewer Doran, NaomiBaline Kleinman, and Steffi Valar to do
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Class Notes
1977
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Douglas Ireland
You may have noticed this is a special edition of the magazine dedicated to the many successful women associated with the College throughout its 25 years of coeducation. As usual I'm out of step with the editorial
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Class Notes
1978
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Brooks Clark
For the benefit of readers from other eras, we should recall that in a demonic inversion of the societal construct of Jan and Dean's Surf City the ratio in our class was three boys to every girl. Prison guards and other
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Class Notes
1979
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Jeffrey Boylan
Jim "Wazoo" Wasz
"Vimmen and Men of Dartmouth... "John G.'s infamous greeting (in his inimitable accent) first heard at our matriculation in Webster Hall will ring forever in my ears. To us it sounded rather natural; it would take some
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Class Notes
1980
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Wade Herring
I am woman, hear me roar. Actually, I am not woman, and I have not roared in a very long time, although I still raise my voice from time to time. This issue, however, is devoted to the women of Dartmouth, in celebration
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Class Notes
1981
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Abner Oakes IV
Stephen Godchaux,
In September's annual report for the Nativity Preparatory School in Roxbury, Mass., mention was made of classmate Eileen Crane. Seems a group of Dartmouth alums work with the boys at this Jesuit school, sponsoring Friday
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Class Notes
1982
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Philippa Guthrie
Since the theme of this issue of the magazine is Dartmouth's women, they have asked us to write about "women who have been part of [our] class." I was lost. All '82 women are interesting, and I did not feel qualified to
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Class Notes
1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
I was astounded to hear that this year we are celebrating 25 years of women at Dartmouth. A quarter century! It seems particularly amazing since I have memories of seniors when we were freshmen talking about how when
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Class Notes
1985
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Shelley Leavitt Nadal
First, updates from my previous column. MerleWeiner and Tom Lininger are the proud parents of Charles Eli Weiner-Lininger, who arrived on September 7. Lynn Fabrizio is planning to accept a clerkship with the chief judge
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Class Notes
1986
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David a R. Dinerman
"You've come a long way" came to mind when I received a letter from the Alumni Magazine editor saying that this issue will celebrate the College's 25th year of coeducation and requesting that we devote the columns to
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Class Notes
1987
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Christen O'Connor
I don't know about you, but I came to Dartmouth in the fall of 1983 fairlyignorant about Dartmouth's history as an allmale institution and its transition to coeducation. Of course I knew that it had been all male at one
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Class Notes
1989
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Tom Avril
I begin this month's column with positive news about lawyers. As a profession, they are generally maligned, and so I am Baking a tentative step toward redressing the balance.
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Class Notes
1990
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Anna Cathcart
It seems Lori Brockway majored in geography at Dartmouth just so that she could choose the ideal wedding site: rumor rate it that she was seen on Orcas Island this past September in a wedding dress and a big hat.
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Class Notes
1991
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Kara Skruck
In celebration of 25 years of coeducation at the College, this month's column is dedicated to updates on the lives of some '91 women. (In fairness I'll have a male-centric column soon.)
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Class Notes
1992
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Jessie W. Levine
I've decided that for the next few months (or until I start receiving some mail), I'm going to reuse the introduction. Hey, it's functional, and it'll cut down my drafting time significantly. Besides, I know that most of
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Class Notes
1993
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Christopher K Onken
No news is good news? This may be the case, but it is also boring.
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Class Notes
1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
So what are the women in our class doing, you ask? Well, let me start I with the ones who have actually written to tell me what they're doing. I received a postcard from Shannon Sullivan recently, who is currently living
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Class Notes
1995
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Adrienne Kim
This month's issue is celebrating the 25 th anniversary of coeducation with special emphasis on Dartmouth's amazing women. So here's a column dedicated to the outstanding female '95s. Of course, you will read a few
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Class Notes
1996
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Monica J. Oberkofler
By all accounts, our first Homecoming as alums was a huge success. Although I couldn't get away that weekend, I heard repeatedly from those who were there that it was like old times seeing familiar faces on the Green,
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MEN OF DARTMOUTH
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Mary Stewart Donovan '74
I ENTERED DARTMOUTH as a transfer, the year women were first admitted. A friend and I drove up to Hanover as I was making the decision to transfer. I took one look at the energetic campus, looked at her, and said, "This is where I want
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A POSITIVE SPIN
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Ursula Gibson '76
I expected to go to veterinary school but decided early that Aphysics was a more comfortable home for me than biology. I've heard a lot about how awful it was for women at Dartmouth, but I had a very positive experience. In the physics
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GROWING UP FAST
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Karen Turner '76
When I went up to Hanover in 1972,1 thought, naively, that coeducation was something everyone favored. During freshman week an African-American sophomore came up to me and said, "Why are you here? You are taking the place of a brother
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CONFESSIONS OF A LEGACY
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Patricia E. Berry '81
BYTHETIMEIWAS 12,1 had attended two Dartmouth reunions. I remember Dad's 15-year the best. My brother and I got football jerseys and white plastic cowboy hats, climbed Bartlett Tower a hundred times, and did cannon balls off the
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THE POWER OF COMMUNITY
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Rebecca Todd '84
When I was in grade school, I came home one day, burst out crying, and told my mother, "I don't want to be smart any more! I don't want to get A-pluses!" Of course, what I wanted was to be one of the crowd. In the rural schools I was
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THE GREEK APPEAL
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Karen Hill '87
Past of the appeal, to me of Dartmouth and one of the reasons why I applied there was that I wanted and expected a kind of fan, rollicking, fraternity based social life. Dartmouth had a distinctive atmosphere. It wasn't Yale or Brown or
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THE BONDS OF COMPETITION
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Moira Redcorn '88
I came to Dartmouth from Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma is an incredibly competitive place, at least it is athletically. Football is a religion here—if we have a losing season, the coach is treated like Satan. In that kind of society,
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HE EXPECTED A LOT FROM ME
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Jeanhee Kim '90
During my sophomore summer I took a BASIC programming course with John Kemeny. I had learned some BASIC in junior high and knew it was practically a dead language, but it was one of the last courses Kemeny was going to teach before he
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GIVING VOICE
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Diana Sabot '95
Dartmouth was, for me, a very hard place to be a woman. Social space was owned and controlled by men. During my freshman year, it was important to me to be social because I hadn't found a group; I hadn't yet defined myself. During that
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CONFIDENCE TAKEN CONFIDENCE BUILT
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Suzanne Leonard '96
After I bomded a sociology exam my freshman winter, I visited my professor. I expected a lecture on why my gut feelifigs were irrelevant (even in a course called "Marriage and the Family"), but instead got a sermon on why English was a
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George Robinson
"I believe that if wewere refounding theinstitution today, wewould not discriminateon the basis of sex."
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