Issue: 19970401

Tuesday, April 1, 1997
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I Have Come This Far
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Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker
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Inside This Issue
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
No Longer a Juggernaut?
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The Review, Reviewed
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Dr. Wheelock's Journal
A Knight Falls; Misha Dances
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"E.Wheelock"
Divers Notes and Observations
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The Hide Out
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On the Hill for April 1997
The Last Hurrumph
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David Shribman '76
He was an un-politician. He was a rebel with a cause. He was a wry commentator on the times, and his remarkable 1992 Presidential campaign, when he defeated Governor Bill Clinton in New Hampshire and then gave him (its up and down the
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On the Hill for April 1997
Science
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Along with a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mentoring in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering, Dartmonth's Women in Science Project (WISP) was presented a $10,000 grant from the National Science Foundation at
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On the Hill for April 1997
Book Notes: Educators
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President James O. Freedman's collection of essays pubin 1996, Idealism and Liberal Education, received the Ness Book Award from the Association of American Colleges and Universities. The $1,000 prize
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On the Hill for April 1997
A Triple A
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The $30 million in taxable bonds offered by the College last fall received a long-term underlying rating of AAA from the Fitch Investors Service. This top rating was based on the quality of, and demand for, a Dartmouth
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On the Hill for April 1997
Don Rease, Act One: "The Double Leo"
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(Scene: Donald Pease, professor of English, who came to Dartmouth directly after receivinghis Ph.D.from.from the University ofChicago in 1973. He has earned Dartmouth's Distinguished Teaching Award, an NEH Fellowship, two NEH Directorships, a Guggenheim, and the Geisel Chair. The current Avalon Professor ofthe Humanities, he is 51 years old. He is well-dressed in a tweed blazer. Like always, he exudes a boyish energy. He seems to he constantly on the go, taking the steps two at a time, striding two steps ahead. Today he catch him in the Wren Room of Sanborn House He has just finished avery complex lecture 'on Eugene O'Neill called "Waiting for O'Neill."
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On the Hill for April 1997
Engineering
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John Yin, assistant professor of engineering sciences at the Thayer School, was one of 20 American scientists to receive a 1996 Presidential Early Career Award for Science and Engineering. Each award carries a grant of
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On the Hill for April 1997
More Science and Engineering
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Dean Elsa Garmire of the Thayer School has been appointed to the President's Committee on the National Medal of Science. She'll help select engineering nominees for the national award.
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On the Hill for April 1997
Viva Rassias!
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The Peace Corps has honored John Rassias, Kenon Professor of French and Italian, for contributing innovative techniques to the organization's language training program.
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On the Hill for April 1997
Joys in the Mood
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The Institute of Museum and Library Services awarded the Hood Museum of Art a $112,500 General Operating Support Grant.
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On the Hill for April 1997
Noteworthy
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Christian Wolff, professor of music, classics, and comparative literature, has won the $50,000 biannual John Cage Award for Music, from the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts. As a teenager
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On the Hill for April 1997
Faculty News
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Professor Marianne Hirsch, the Parents Distinguished Research Professor in the Humanities, has received a Distinguished Graduate School Alumnus award from Brown University. Professor Hirsch has also completed her book Family
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On the Hill for April 1997
This Idea is all Wet
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You have a Dartmouth trash can, a Dartmouth watch, and a Dartmouth sweatshirt. What's next? How about some Dartmouth water? Dartmouth Dining Services Director Pete Napolitano, who came up with the idea, says that the
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On the Hill for April 1997
Modeling Savings
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According to the economics "lifestyle" explanation of savings, people save for a simple reason: to support themselves in retirement. The explanation itself is too simple, says Dartmouth economics professor Annamaria
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On the Hill for April 1997
The Last Word
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This month marks the final issue produced under the direction of editor Jay Heinrichs. After ten years, 92 issues, and two Sibley Awards for the finest education magazine in the country, Jay moves on to launch an ambitious in-flight
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On the Hill for April 1997
Where We Are
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The center of the Green, according to a satellite geographic positioning device we borrowed from a friend, lies at 43 degrees, 42 minutes, and 7.5 seconds north latitude and 72 degrees, 17 minutes, 15 seconds west
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On the Hill for April 1997
Web Watch
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Hear Professor Walter Arndt read selections of Rainer Marie Rilke's poetry: http://cobweb. dartmouth.edu/~air/rilke/ contents.html
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On the Hill for April 1997
Winter Recap
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Mild. Relatively speaking. The ice on Occom Pond didn't get thick enough for hockey (or figure skating) until January 22. On the day before Winter Carnival, sun and unseasonable warmth brought down the snow sculpture on
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On the Hill for April 1997
Art
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On display until next spring at the Hood Museum: a selection of shields and bark paintings representing ten different cultures from the Sepik River basin in Papua New Guinea.
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The View
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Volunteers for the student telethon certainly knew what they wanted. They raised $568,731 and set a new fundraising record. (It was just a coincidence that the Carole Lombard-Charles Laughton film was playing that same
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CURMUDGEON
Do Good Computers Make Good Writers?
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Noel Perrin
if F. Scott Fitzgerald had owned a computer, Gatsby might be twice as long and half as great.
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PRESIDENTIAL RANGE
Towering Silences
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James O. Freedman
The deliberative approach is not a luxury in complex times.
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SYLLABUS
Landscapes of Murder
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Jim Collins '84
A mystery begins at Tke scene of the crime.
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Prof's Choice
Slow Tomatoes, Cajun Cooking, ana Crime
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Professor George Demko
I have been asked many times to provide recommendations for the best geographical mystery writers. Here are my current favorites. I recommend any of their books. MY seminar students read the books listed in parentheses.
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Feature
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Native America at Dartmouth
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Karen Endicott
A Status Report on a 228-Year-Old Mission
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Cover Story
I Have Come This Far
I Have Come This Far
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Robert A. Bennett '93
SUCCESS IN THE WHITE WORLD has always been easy for me. My accomplishments never surprised me because they were enjoyable and relatively effortless. My grandmother, however, was usually more than surprised—perhaps even astounded."And you're an Indian!"
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I Have Come This Far
Why Don't You Say Anything?"
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Davina Begaye Two Bears '90
On this clay I sat next to my professor, and as usual was lost. The words, ideas, argument, and opinions whirled around me like a tornado in which I was unmercifully tossed. Too many unfamiliar words, analogies, and thoughts were being
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I Have Come This Far
Our Altar
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MARIANNE CHAMBERLAIN '93
With the approaching international "celebration" of the Quincenntenial, or Columbus's so-called discovery of America, Native Americans at Dartmouth (NAD) began changing. We started planning activities to commemorate
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I Have Come This Far
"You'll Know What to Do"
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Bruce Duthu '80
My freshman winter term in 1977 was difficult. The Christmas break had allowed me to return to Louisiana to be with family and friends. That was alternately fun and scary-. My close friends were now talking about work on the oil rigs or
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I Have Come This Far
I Dance for Me
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Elizabeth Carey '93
Ihave been dancing hula for as long as I can remember. But I didn't realize whar a part of my life dancing and movement were until I danced my first hula at Dartmouth. I was really nervous. I had danced on stage before—that was not the
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I Have Come This Far
My Grub Box
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Vivian Johnson '86
Agrub box, or, in Yup'ik taqurvik, is the container in which we pack food and other items when going on hunting, camping, and other trips. A grub box can be a discarded cardboard egg box or a simple wooden box.
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I Have Come This Far
We Are Not Your Indians
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Arvo Mikkanen '83
The Indian symbol, or simply "the symbol" as we knew it, was the source of most of my negative experiences while in college. The use of the symbol was opposed by most Native American students because we did not appreciate having the
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PREVIEWS
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Alice W. Weymouth
At last some "living" news to report! I was worried about not receiving word from faithful correspondent Wendell "Sig" Sigler for a long time, but was happy to receive a holiday message from him and Betty in "sunny
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Class Notes
1925
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Caroline McDonough
Thanks to all for the wonderful letters received. FlorenceGratz, widow of Richard "Rich" Gratz, gave a very generous gift in honor of her husband; the College appreciates these wonderful gestures.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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George A. Bell
People say (at least they said when I last talked with people) that the first thing they read in the Alumni Mag are the Class Notes. Maybe. I had pretty much concluded that no one read them when I received an odd note
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Class Notes
1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
A card from Lee andCharlie Goldsmith tells us of their move within West Palm Beach, Fla., to The Fountainview, 101 Executive Center Drive, Apt. 2-412, 33401. We wish them much happiness in their new environment. So many
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Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
We join many others in expressing our sorrow at the passing of 1930 Fellow Carl Sagan at age 62, a great scientist and great person, and undoubtedly one of the best of the distinguished recipients of 1930 Fellowships.
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Class Notes
1931
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Ralph Maynard
The annual report of the Muhlenberg Foundation, a Plainfield, N.J., charity supporting its Muhlenberg Medical Center, carried a photo of three representatives of a group which had helped the school of nursing and the
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Class Notes
1932
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Toe Roberts
From Leon Warner, who recently celebrated his 88th, we received "The Senior Citizen's Lament," which we enjoyed. We are printing the first verse but sending the entire epic to Middleman Bob Ackerberg, who has room
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Class Notes
1933
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John S. Monagan
Since the Mag has been devoting time to the subject of Dartmouth women, it seemed only just that we call attention to a few of our 1933 wives whose accomplishments have gone substantially beyond Hillary's
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Class Notes
1934
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Gene Orsenigo
The football season is over, and what a great one for Dartmouth—10- 0! I saw Dick Gruen at every home game and sat next to Ed and JackieMarceau at the Yale game and tasted some of Ed's great Vermont apples.
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Class Notes
1936
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Barry Sullivan
Have you ever thought how weird are the names, pronunciation, and spelling of U.S. locations (surely, you have your own list); there are ten or more noted by this department? Here's a few: We can all pronounce
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Class Notes
1937
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Carl L. N. Erdman
Art Ruggles has put his Dartmouth education, a degree in psychology, to good use for the past 33 years as the headline attraction in Santa's Land in Putney, Vt. A retired air force colonel, he needed a job, and was
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Class Notes
1938
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Richard M. Francis
Bruce Lemmon chastised me for my grammatical goof when I closed my November column with—"...it is time for Jean and I to wish you..."—How many others of you caught it? "OOPS," says Bruce.. ."George Frost, Prof.
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Class Notes
1939
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Richard S. Jackson
Since our last column we have lost three men. JimBrenner died on October 23 after a bout with cancer, Jack Field passed on a few days later, on October 28, and Hank Atwood died on November 27. (Obituaries in this or a
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Class Notes
1940
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Jack Faunce
Dot Arwe sent a picture of her family with news about her travels and winter plans at Hilton Head. Ben and GeneBacon reported good health and trips to Germany, the Danube, and Maine. Hope they will stay north this summer
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Class Notes
1941
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Dick Jachens
I must start the New Year with a confession: "My name is Dick and I'm a computer junkie." After a long-term love affair with my SmithCorona, I have fallen into the addictive clutches of an Apple computer.
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Class Notes
1942
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Alex Fanelli
I was delighted to hear from Bill Uptegrove, the only classmate who arrived at our 5Oth Reunion on horseback! He writes: "I enjoyed reading about Bob Gale in the December Magazine. We needn't be amazed by his
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Class Notes
1943
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Paul Randall
Inducted into the Choate Rosemary Hall Athletics Hall of Fame at a dinner held on campus last November was none other than our own BusMosbacher, winner of the America's Cup in 1962 and 1967, and recipient of the Choate
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Class Notes
1944
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Fritz Hier
When it comes to April, I'll take Edna St. Vincent Millay over T.S. Eliot. For T.S., April was "the crudest month," while for Edna: "...yearly, down this hill, April comes like an idiot, Babbling" and strewing
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Class Notes
1945
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Don Sisson
Relaxed, rural retirement, New-Hampshire style, has been my mode for a decade. So I am surprised from time to time to hear about how many of us are still professionally active or Just celebrating retirement.
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr
Not so easy trying to track you down these cold days of winter. You're off visiting such exotic places as Kuala Lumpur, Mozambique, and even Peoria, Ill. Wouldn't surprise me if some were in Antarctica. Nice time to be
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Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
How wonderful to learn that our column is doing it's job! That is true. We've had a response from a new '47 friend, Albert Burbank, living in Alton Bay, N.H., up in our fair lakes area. A1 phoned to say it's high time he
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1948
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Sonny Drury
50th(!!) Reunion Chairman Fran Hummel feels his group is making good progress in programming our June 12-14, 1998, reunion in Hanover to mark 50 years since we departed our Upper Valley. Fran is in Hanover regularly
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1949
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Bob Nutt
Quite a few of you have returned the questionnaire that Skip Ungar kindly included in recent newsletters. But not everyone—by a long shot. I hope Skip will run it again as space permits. We really need to know what's
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Class Notes
1950
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Jack Kent
In October on a football weekend, the Tuck School class of 1951 had its 50th reunion and among the participants were Ken Edelson, WaltLindenthal, Bill Cross, and Jim Gaylord. There may have been others.
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1951
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Loye Miller
Many of us have certain priorities we would like to see Dartmouth pursue, and Buck Scott has moved to give his favored cause a big push.
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr
In case you haven't made up your Reunion mind, this is a last-minute, call to join your friends in a truly wonderful place from June 9-12.
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1953
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David Halloran
"The Mother keeps them in her heart, and guards their altar flame" (lyrics from our Alma Mater). Here we are again with our favorite subject, the women of 1953. This month it is time to hear about Lynn Cutler, wife of
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Class Notes
1954
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Don Berlin
March 1953: "Good Performances" turned in by Tom Morton, BobMcKeever and BobDurham as D.U. performs Billy Bud at Interfraternity Play Competition; Ted Werner,Maurice Wilkens, and Charlie Morrison (who also directs) star
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1955
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Leon Martel
First, an important correction: Dick Blodgett has very kindly pointed out that in this column last November I credited him with a personal donation to the Athletic Sponsor Program to cover the recruiting visit of Chris
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Class Notes
1956
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Tom Harper
Roger Schumacher reports on the class celebration of the undefeated football season in Princeton, N.J., on November 23. Roger, sons Scott and Keith, daughter Lee Ann, their spouses, and a grandson pitched in to throw
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1957
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Richard F. Perkins
As you read this, it is less than three months until our 40th Reunion. The dates are June 9th-12 th. For those of you who prefer to plan on a shortterm basis, there is still time to join classmates and friends in
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1958
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Pete Kelsey
Joining the march into the decade of being 60 is none other than JerryMann. Last November Jerry was joined in his hometown of Chicago for the big 60th celebration by fellow '58s AlanBaker, Kurt Weglius, David Stevens, BobDowney,
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1959
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Richard A. Masterson
Scott Palmer writes: "Ah, the mixed blessings of the academic life—the travails of low income combined with time enough to reflect on the human condition, and to attend a conference from time to time. In October, I went
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1960
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Ken Reich
In Conde Nast's annual surveys, San Francisco has consistently shown up at or near the top of favored travel destinations throughout the world. So we are lucky indeed that as a class we will celebrate our
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1961
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Robert Conn
You are well aware that the Green are Ivy Champions in football. The games themselves were wonderful opportunities for class get-togethers. Here's Pete Bleyler's report on one: "A '61 'micro-reunion' was held in Boston
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1962
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Gordon A. McKean
Many lucky '62s can look back fondly to meeting our partners in life at Dartmouth while others can experience the pride of our daughters matriculating and following in dad's footsteps. Hopefully, all of us have
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1963
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Harry Zlokower
Launny Steffens has been named vice chairman and a director of Merrill Lynch. The appointment ended speculation that the highly regarded Launny might become president and successor to David Komansky as president
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1965
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Dick Bordeau
I received an interesting e-mail from Jim Aiken describing how he and Sue moved to Stockholm, Sweden, this summer after he had spent most of 1996 in Sweden following the merger of the Upjohn Co. with Pharmacia AB. The
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1966
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Larry Geiger
Ed and Priscilla Grew continue to stretch the envelope and change our perception of what two people can accomplish. They seem to do more in a year than most of us do in a lifetime.
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1967
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Jim Van Amburg
Carrying on the Dartmouth tradition of concern for the plight of Native Americans is JohnVan Dyke. John, who is president of Dakota Water Systems in Silicon Valley along with two members of the class of 1989, is attacking
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1968
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Peter Weston
Dennis Donahue has merged his firm, Catalyst Financial, LLC, into another firm, Summit Planning Group, LLC, which maintains offices in Branford and Farmington, Conn. Dennis told me about his plans over lunch several
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1969
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Rick Willets
A news article about a program offered at the Englewood (N.J.) Public Library also outlined the comings and goings of Will Lee since leaving Dartmouth. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa, Will earned his master's at Oxford
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1970
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John B. Chittick
After a winter for the record books (at least in the last few years), the campus is looking forward to spring. There's still snow on the Green but the buds on the giant maple behind Streeter Hall are beginning to show
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1971
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Don O'Neill
All of you who were or got up to date on dues and/or attended reunion now have your yearbooks, and we have a few leftovers; so: we have a special below-cost offer on the remainder if you either want a second copy or
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1972
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Joe Einsidler
A cold snap in the Northeast and a playoff game in the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field; it all brings back icy memories of Hanover. Another game, another time, warmer temps and you have Hanover in June. Less foreboding,
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1974
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Don Casey
We have this from Morris "Rocky" Whitaker, interim president: "Greetings fellow classmates; hope all is well with each of you and your families. Let's take a moment to acknowledge our classmates who are no longer with us.
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1975
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Pamela K. Schlobohm
As I hope you all know by now, the Dartmouth football team was undefeated in 1996—the first time since 1970. Wayne Schlobohm's skillful punting clearly helped Dartmouth achieve an undefeated season in '96. Stan Barr
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1976
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Dick Monkman
The farthest flung e-mail of the year came from Christian Bjelland, recently appointed chairman of Kvaener, an international business group based in London and Norway. Kvaerner has roughly 65,000 employees and annual
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1977
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Doug Ireland
Enthusiasm for reunion is growing to fever pitch. I'm getting regular updates on who's coming and what's going on and it sounds great. About 200 people have tentatively committed to being there. There will be plenty of
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1978
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Brooks Clark
A 20th Reunion note: Anyone interested in performing or participating in a cabaret on Saturday night of the Reunion should call Daryl Bornstein (212-222 - 5133) or Todd Anders (617-749-9759).
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1979
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Jim "Wazoo" Wasz
Jeff Boylan
The e-mails and phone inquiries have been storming in and the answer is, "Yes, that was Stephen Godchaux '81 cross-dressed on top of the Mardi Gras float that aired on '20/20' in March." This has been a public service
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1980
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Laura Giuliano Lattanzi
Happily there has been a steady stream of'80s news as we appear very busy in our business and personal lives. On a nostalgic note which might well be shared by other "80 couples," this past November marked the
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1981
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Stephen Godchaux
Abner Oakes
It's January, it's in the 40s, and it's raining. Not extraordinary conditions for the middle of winter. Except that' this is Los Angeles. "Storm Track '97" is the top story in the news. People are hysterical. Crumpled
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1982
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George Thompson Jr
Richard Sunderland has been elected as a member of the American Heart Association's Maryland affiliate. Richard will also serve as chairman-elect. Richard currently works as the controller for Genesis Health Service Corp.
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1983
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Deborah Michel Rosch
I feel guilty and ungrateful. For years now I've scolded and nagged about sending information about yourselves. And then you do and it sits on my desk for months. Take, for instance, the charming card from Sheila and
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1984
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Tom Callahan
Think of the most pressurized, gut-wrenching job you can imagine. Landing the space shuttle in a snowstorm? Trying to overtake the lead on the last lap of the Indy 500? They're nothing compared to Peter Vondoersten's
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1985
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John McManus
Ahhh, the total freedom to write anything about anyone! Complete, unadulterated, unconstrained license to create a story, an image about any of our classmates. Can you tell I've got no material? But wait, thank goodness
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1986
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Davida Sherman Dinerman
Lots to tell, so I'll get right to it. Ken Rutherford is living in Maryland with his wife, Betsy, and his two-year-old daughter. GregFishbein and his father finished a 300-mile bike ride for AIDS from Boston to New
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1987
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Christen O'Connor
Last month you read in this column about a few women in our class who are distinguishing themselves in a variety of ways. Well, just after the deadline for that column passed, the news broke that one '87 woman above
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1989
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Jeanne DeSa
Debbie Wilgoren, a reporter covering D.C. public schools for the Washington Post, recently married Rick Silber, an attorney with his own civil litigation practice. Debbie provided me with updates on serveral '89s: Jean
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1990
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Jeanhee Kim
Scene: A red-velvet bedecked soundstage, a desk, and two chairs. Me: Lately, I've been receiving mail from and meeting people whom I had never known as a student. Despite the fact that we're really strangers, somehow
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1991
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Kara Skruck
Let's see if I can win the Class Secretary award this month for having the most names in bold. Greg Abel recently let me know about my first goof. He's not "applying to medical school" as I reported last year, he's in
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1992
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Mike Mahoney
To paraphrase something they say on Imus (yes, we even get him in Hanover!), "this ain't your mother's Class Notes." That's right, I —Mike Mahoney—am stepping in as a special guest for this month's issue.
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1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
As a young alumni class, we are used to turning to our Class Notes section with enthusiasm about the most recent marriage, job promotion, or academic pursuit. But as a young alumni class, we are notyet used to turning
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1995
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Adrienne Kim
Well, spring is in full swing and love is in the air, at least for these folks who were engaged recently. Alex Nikas got engaged to Marianne Ruhl '93 on New Year's Eve. They are planning a spring '98 wedding after
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1996
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Monica J. Oberkofler
I must begin by thanking everyone who sent notes about their whereabouts recently—the response has been great! Please keep those letters coming. Our esteemed alumni class VP BrendanDoherty passed along some news to me
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Give A Rouse
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Gobin Stair '33 has documented the development of the alphabet in a six-by-2 5-foot mural in his hometown library in Kingston, Massachusetts. Stair, with the help of local schoolchildren, spent two and a half years on the project. The
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Nuptials
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The marriage of Sarah Barton '9l and Matthew Gardella '91 last May drew many from their Dartmouth families. In attendance were Sarah's dad, Ralph Barton '61 and T'62, brothers Ralph Jr. '84 and Jeff '87, sister Beth Barton Rubin '86,
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Face To Watch
But Seriously, Take My Career...
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Heather Killebrew '89
"Munchers are good for you," says stand-up comic and actress Aisha Tyler '92 Is she plugging a new snack food? No, "muncher" is biz slang for a flop performance —a.k.a. "dying." But Tyler is no masochist. She draws a lot of creative
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Required Reading
Spring Classics
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Flashes in the River (Willow Creek Press), watercolors by Arthur Shilstone, evocative word pictures by Ed Gray '67, is a gem of a fly-fishing book. The paintings and essays take you through the seasons and across the continent,
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Athletics
Champions of Water Polo
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Robert Ackerberg '32, a member of Dartmouth's 1931 championship water polo team,:cheered the team in green at last November's national championships in Evanston, Illinois. Ackerberg is holding the plaque from his champi- onship season.
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Class of 2017
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Katharine Antonia Nedder likes dressing for a party. She is the daughter of AntoniaRutigliano Nedder and Joe Nedder, both class of 1989, from Westwood, Mass.
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Alumni Council
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Last fall, in general sessions and committee meetings, the Alumni Council's 173 rd semi-annual gathering concentrated on a handful of communications areas affecting the interrelation of alumni and the College. Under the direction of
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Photo Of The Month
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Two players of a different stripe enjoyed the Homecoming game against Yale this fall. 1950 classmates Tom Ruggles and George Harris serenaded fans as Dartmouth trounced the Bulldogs 40-6.
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D-MAIL
Kudos From Green Central
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An every-issueguide to staying in touch with Dartmouth
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Prez Watch
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President James O.Freedman will be visiting with alumni clubs in London and Paris this spring. He'll dine with the London club in the Royal Automobile Club May 13 and with the Paris club at Groupe Scheinder May 15. For more details
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This is a list of deaths reported to us since the January issue. Full notices, usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.
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Dartmouth Undying
The Heart of Dartmouth
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Want to take Dartmouth's pulse? Listen as you walk across the Green.
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