September 1994

Cover Story

OUR SEARCH FOR J.D. SALINGER

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Tales from the Info Booth

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The Run

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Cover Story

OUR SEARCH FOR J.D. SALINGER

(not altogether organized or well thought out) (whoever he is)

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Feature

Tales from the Info Booth

True Stories from the Man in the Know, Everett Wood '38

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Feature

The Run

John Morton, Dartmouth's former cross-country ski coach, as well as a two-time Olympian and world master's ski champion, has run up Moosilauke many times, and he has visualized running up Moosilauke many more times. "Visualization

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Article

SEX AND THE DEVIL

BETWEEN 30,000 AND 60,000 people perished during the witch craze that seized western Christianity for three bleak centuries. From the first widespread persecution of witches in Switzerland in 1427 to the infamous Salem

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What the Soul Asks

ON A BRIGHT, CLEAR Afternoon in February, Dartmouth held a memorial service for one of her finest sons, Marshall T. Meyer '52. The occasion in Rollins Chapel gave me an opportunity to reflect upon Rabbi Meyer's signal

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Class Notes

1994

So where oh where are those Grand 01' Seniors, anyway? "Safe at last in the wide wide world," right? Well, either you are all too safe or the world's too wide because only three of you have written to me since June 12.

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Class Notes

1947

Another academic year is almost underway. If you folks are starting something new, how about taking a moment to drop a line to EdGrady, Ginnie Mather, or myself? You'll be in print, we promise.

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Class Notes

1970

There's been action in the Big Apple of late, and we have it all for you. Moving on up is Dave Moyes ; moving over is Stephen Stephen field: and moving (briefly) to a different beat is Tim Welch.

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Class Notes

1952

It was June, and up and down the northeast seacoast, the adrenalin was running hard. Sailors were readying their boats for the 1994 Newport (R.I.)-to-Bermuda race, the grandest of all ocean races. But the news this

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Class Notes

1989

It sounds like an assignment dreamed up by Joseph Heller: write a Class Notes column based on letters people have mailed to you—which they haven't, since the address wasn't listed in the last Alumni Magazine. That's

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