April 1987

Feature

For the Love of Dal Bat

Cover Story

Should The College Change Its Tune?

Article

Robert Kaiser '39: Economic expertise is his planned gift to Dartmouth

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Feature

For the Love of Dal Bat

How the son of a superb Jewish cook" ate his way through the Himalayas.

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Cover Story

Should The College Change Its Tune?

A clash between Dartmouth of myth and modernity keeps its people from singing in harmony.

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Article

Robert Kaiser '39: Economic expertise is his planned gift to Dartmouth

Expertise in a given subject is valuable; the skill and willingness to share that expertise is doubly so. Robert L. Kaiser '39, senior advisor in Dartmouth's Bequests and Trusts Program, has made a career of mentoring those in

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Class Notes

1979

4625 Windom Place NW Washington, DC 20016

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Class Notes

1985

2835 North Racine, Ninth Floor Chicago, IL 60657

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Class Notes

1978

286 North Washington Street North Tarrytown, NY 10591

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Feature

Wish You Were Here

Postcards speak in human idioms. Even at their most trivial, the messages rarely disclose innermost secrets; but they do give a flavor of the lives of ordinary people. Admittedly, some of the notes are trivial indeed. "I washed

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Article

The Loves: Dartmouth's Corporate Couple

Both grew up on the South Side of Chicago, studied at two of the best high schools in the nation, and attended Dartmouth in the '7os. Both went on to earn MBAs, he from Northwestern, she from Harvard. Both now work for the

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Class Notes

1955

1800 Valley Road Newtown Square, PA 19073

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Sports

A Mass of Slow-Twitch Muscle Flies for the Nationals

Bob Kempainen '88, distance runner extraordinaire, is one of Dartmouth's bestkept athletic secrets. When he was a lowly freshman on the school's outstanding crosscountry team, he recalls having to overextend himself to

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