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Classmates with no email address

Here is a list of classmates (and spouses for deceased classmates) for whom neither we nor the College have a current and valid email address. If you are in touch with them or know their email address, please help us out!

 

Missing classmates

Here is a list of classmates for which neither we nor the College has any current or recent contact information. If you know where they are or what they are doing these days, please help us get in touch with them:

 

Some thoughts on soccer from Aldie Caram

Our Class soccer commentator offered some good thoughts about the world's most popular sport, the Beautiful Game:

I wish I had had the time / discipline to respond to each of these last 5 emails that came after the one with the "Brazilian hug". There are so many interesting stories, aspects, and opinions that I'd enjoy interacting with. Guess I'll do a couple to start.

Classmate notes on travel

Here are some communications from classmates about their travel experiences. Feel free to submit your own...

From Paul Tuhus:

Tex -

It’s been a few years since my last tour assignments in Asia, but here are a few thoughts.

Although China is fascinating in its own way, if you’ve never been to Asia before it won’t likely match your mental image of the region.

Thoughts from John Mathias

A post Reunion communication from John Mathias:

 

Reunion thoughts from Dick Jenson

Hey, Tex,

A couple of things occurred to me, post reunion:

Reminiscence from Richard Jenson

Dartmouth’s librarian in 1969, Edward Connery Latham, wanted to compile a concordance of all of the poetry written by Robert Frost to accompany the complete collection of Frost’s poetry which Latham had just published (SBN: 03-072535-6). A concordance is an alphabetical list of all the individual words used by Frost in ALL of his poetry. Each instance of a usage is accompanied by the line of poetry in which it occurred together with the title of the poem and the page where it could be found in Latham’s collection.

For example, the entry for “PROMISES” appears like this:

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