January | February 1979

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Dr. Hot's Thermal Therapy

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President on Trial

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The Old Sod: Summits Above and Graves Below

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Dr. Hot's Thermal Therapy

For psoraisis of the psyche

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President on Trial

Power to the people

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The Old Sod: Summits Above and Graves Below

WHAT do you do with 35,000 acres of land, a 4,000-foot mountain, a bottomless pit, an abandoned copper mine, two golf courses, two ski areas, eight acres atop Mount Washington, burial grounds for medical cadavers and radioactive

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Writer Possessed

Come April, EVAN S. CONNELL JR. '45 will add another title to his bibliography and another dimension to his uncommon versatility as a writer. A Long Desire will be his 11th book and the first of two volumes of essays, a collection that

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It Flew

PRESUMPTUOUS. That's what it was. It was just plain presumptuous for two upstart freshmen to think they could convince the College to shell out bucks for major renovations during a period of increasing financial austerity. And

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Class Notes

1963

The acronym comes out "Ishy," which at first sounds like either the specialty of the house in a Japanese restaurant, or a defunct agency of the Office of Economic Opportunity. But ISHI is neither edible nor defunct, according to

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1961

Bill Haynsworth has agreed to be chairman of our mini-reunion program for next fall, President Gerry Kaminsky says. "Over the next few weeks, he will be investigating and exploring possibilities." Bill is doing legal work for

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Broadway Debut

The old movies portray Broadway producers as either cigar-chomping ogres who ogle girls in chorus lines, or as tap-dancing Mickey Rooney types who turn sinking shows into successes. Associate Producer John Hart '75 fits neither

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Class Notes

1967

Don Klein (your '67 newsletter editor) was away filming a TV commercial when class officers and various members of the executive committee met at Pierce's Inn over Houseparties Weekend in November.

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1978

Well, it was fun for a while. I mean dressing up daily in nice clothes, elocuting eloquently, and acting serious. In all, it was a good contrast to Dartmouth, a refreshing chance to show the world how much we knew. However, they

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