June 1994

Feature

The Onlyness of a Long-Distance Runner

Cover Story

What To Learn From Logs

Article

Prescription Classes

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Feature

The Onlyness of a Long-Distance Runner

ON A HOT, HUMID DAY last October a 27-year-old, six-foot specimen of Minnesota dedication and purposeful-ness finished second in the New York City Marathon, thereby announcing himself to the greater sports world as

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Cover Story

What To Learn From Logs

A primer on something more than building.

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Article

Prescription Classes

A look at the seniors of 1874 and 1994 shows that there is diversity and there is diversity.

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Article

Dr. Wheelock's Journal

Divers Notes & Observations

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Article

Filling The Power Vacuum

Much of the world was caught off guard when the Iron Curtain disinte- grated. It wasn't so much the demise of com- munism that was shocking. What was—is—beyond many Americans' expectations is that

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Class Notes

1973

Our 20th Reunion was truly "hot time" in every sense. In fact, a record was set for pounds of ice used during reunion weekend—with no correlation to beer consumption. To be honest, that was one of the nicer parts of the

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Class Notes

1978

After the previous Class Notes column, about mothers who are staying home with their kids, Jeff Weeks wrote, "Fathers can also choose to stay home with their kids. When our son Adam, six, was younger, I was a fulltime

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Class Notes

1989

Well, it is with great sadness that I submit my last install ment of Class Notes before I officially hand over the reigns to our new class secretaries, Jeanne DeSa and Tom Avril. Actually, I am real- ly

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Class Notes

1974

Our 20th Reunion has come and gone, and Meg Winthrop and Jack Martin disappointedly reported that they were unable to attend. Astonishingly enough, Meg and Jack fell in love, decided to skip the engagement, elected to

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Class Notes

1990

It is with great regret that I report to you the death of Barbara Mcßane Harper in a kayaking accident on February 27. She was on an outing with friends on the Lewis River in Yacolt, Wash.

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