March 1994

Cover Story

NO HOLDS BARD

Feature

Can Gerstner Make the Elephant Dance?

Class Notes

1980

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NO HOLDS BARD

WILLIAM PLUMER FOWLER '21 SPENT HIS LIFE FIGHTING THE MOST LITERARY OF FIGHTS AGAINST THE IMPOSTOR WHO CALLED HIMSELF SHAKESPEARE.

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Feature

Can Gerstner Make the Elephant Dance?

THEY'RE WEARING STRIPED SHIRTS AT IBM! BUT UNLESS LOU GERSTNER '63 CAN CHANGE THE DEEPER CORPORATE CULTURE, BIG BLUE MAY NOT TOE THE MARK.

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Class Notes

1980

Lawyers and doctors and bears, oh my! Several months ago, I sent out the call. "Has anyone seen jeff Lamont?," I implored. Miracles do happen. Late last month, I received a copy of an article titled, "Support Group For

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Dr. Wheelock's Journal

Divers Notes & Observations

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Class Notes

1975

Thanks to fellow secretary Ralph Maynard '31 for forwarding the text of classmate Tom Foley's testimony before the House of Representatives in his capacity as Secretary of Labor and Industry for the State of

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Class Notes

1993

Happy spring, if it's spring. If not, just hold on a little longer—it's on the way, probably. And what a winter it was. There were times when I had doubts that it would ever stop snowing or stop getting colder. On to the

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Class Notes

1960

Our Los Angeles classmates got shaken, rattled, and I rolled by the 4:30 a.m. earthquake on January 17 and its aftershocks, but otherwise are healthy. JohnBarchilon, who lives in Sherman Oaks, about 4.5 miles from the

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Class Notes

1945

The ides of March are upon us, and with them some interesting items. Last of a series: A recollection from Irv Graves about his freshman year, as follows. "I recall one bitter cold night, an upperclassman had induced his

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Class Notes

1973

Today being the deadline for this column, I have managed to leave at least a dozen voicemail messages for you guys. I know better than to wait for their return but will go on hoping that I hear from some of you before

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Class Notes

1978

It sounds a little like "Broadcast News," but Maty LouTeel met her husband, Peter Freundlich, when they were both working for CBS radio at the 1980 Republican Convention in Kansas City. He was on one end of an intercom.

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