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Alumni News (December 1971)

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Alumni News (December 1971)
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pboeofx : Alumni News New College Sarasota, Fla. December 1971 William J. Hedrington William J. Hedrington, '70, was killed in an automobile accident on October 31 in Syracuse, N.Y. where he was engaged in postgraduate study at Syracuse University On the behalf of all of the campus community, and alumni as well, the following message was sent to his family in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin: "The New College community wishes to express its deep grief for William Hedrington. All of us feel the tragic loss of his great promise in his chosen vocation as a poet, in which he had already done work of such remarkable beauty and distinction. Those of us who knew h i m personally administrators, faculty and students mourn our loss of one of the finest persons who has ever been a member of our community." The Voices I was born on the downhil l side, tate i11 t11e year, o-ecemtrer, in the light's hearby dip and hesitation, when the old peoples prayed for beginning in the snow-salted fields and scattered bitterness of cornstalks; but though I came fatly of that gaunt race, though it was a different end and today that day, the fields untracked by supplicants, the corncribs many, and full, still I carry their disappointed dead buried in my body, and am the outspoken child of the silent generations of my cells for 0, they call with the old voices, in a millennium length of words, in the thousand year cries of the dead, that their lean voices, lost to these fields, may be gathered up and justified in me. William J. Hedrington from The Catalyst and New Collage Editor's Column: Changing Scene Brings Response Reaction to the "Changing Scene," the collection of opinions about how New College has changed, were few but enthusiastic. Paul Adomites said it ... scared me. I guess New has changed from what it was (whatever that was) to a real college. I guess that's fine; there are plenty of different ways of learning, and what we had for a while there was a very special kind of intense life-workshop with academic extracurriculars. We all knew it was a temporary sort of arrangement, I'm sure. All I can hope is that the people there are happy, and growing, and working at it the way we did." Steve Cabral wrote, "Having returned for various reasons to high school and other educational institutions, I have noticed how badly the turnover rate can affect the presence or absence of teachers I used to know. It seems to change the entire complexion of an institution without really changing the basic principles at all. For me that was very confusing since I am used to changing basi c principles, goals, and methods but retaining personalities. Consequently I was overjoyed to find a publication composed entirely of the comments of people I knew well as old friends. Especially of the one communi ty that I claim any membership o r interest i n I consider myself first, last, and foremost an INDIVIDUAL OF NEW COLLEGE." John Westli e thought it "a ltefrnite improvement over the stupidity otthe previous Alumni News to say nothing of the Phoenix." In quite another vein, Pat Sanderson Port wrote, "I was very pleased to read in the October issue of Phoenix that five of the 12 newly appointed faculty members are women. If this trend continues, and if these women are promoted up through the ranks to heads of departments, New College will certainly be in the vanguard of top scl10ols across the country. I well remember one of the biggest adjustments I had to make upon graduating was that while women were treated equally at New College, they were discriminated against in the job market Keep hiring women and keep admitting bright female students. We have a long way to go before society accepts us in terms of individual persons rather than someone's wife or mother." To those who responded to an offer at the rate of a buck for copies of the famous I ooseleaf yearbook of 19 69, we received a flurry of orders. Since the postage turned out to be less than a dollar, we turned your dollars over to the Ford Challenge fund and PR took care of the postage. There are still some copies of the yearbook left if anyone still wants one. A pardon to those people whose addresses are not correct_ When we sent out return postcards to get news and address changes, Uncle Sam's boys i n blue had a field day with their cancellation stamps, sometimes covering almost the whole card and sometimes obliterating addresses or parts of them. Furman C Arthur

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100 Percent Alumni Giving Is Goal For 2nd Ford Challenge Efforts are being made this year to increase the total of alumni giving to the college and also to achieve a 1 00 per cent giving record among alumni. Letters to this effect already have gone out to all graduates from Trustee Thomas R. Todd '67, who is spearheading the effort. One of the reasons for both goals is that increased giving and particularly 100 per cent participation could be convincingly used in interesting major contributors to donate to the college. This latter point may be cntical in convincing Ford Foundation officials that the college is making substantial progress toward its goal of financial stability. So far, the Development Office reports, 34 alumni have made gifts totalling $365.50. Todd has urged all alumni to make gifts, even if in a token amount of $1, to show their willingness to help their college in its efforts to create a more stable financial base. Alumni News PAUL AND DIANA (SHIPHORST) UKLEJA, '67, "Poinsetta", 4 Pope Urbanus St., Birkirkara, Malta. They say this is their permanent Peace Corps address for themselves, Niklos (now 2) and dog Tip. They have a spare room and welcome people. "Just ask for the Americans with the baby." JOHN CRANOR, '67, (No current address). Graduated from the Harvard Business School after finishing service and went to work for General Mills in Minneapolis. DARIEN McWHIRTER, '71, (No current address). Began work at the Yale Graduate School in Political Science on NSF fellowship and took his new bride with him. SANDRA PROSTOV, X73, 1431 33 St.N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007. Sandra wrote in July that she planned to marry a Georgetown University student in August but did not give his name. DION AND JERRY (SCHRIMPF) SCHAFF, '68 and X69, 135 E. Main, Apt. P-9, Westboro, Mass. 01581. Oion earned his Ph.D. at Brown in June and began work in September as a member of the faculty at Worcester State College in Massachusetts. He will teach one class and the rest of the time will be special consultant to the president tor academic planning. By next July he hoped to be the Assistant Director of Planning and 0 evelopment and Assistant Professor of Philosophy. ROBERTA LUTHER, '67, 5658 S. Blackstone, Chicago, Ill., 60687. Bobbie earned her M.A. at the U of Chicago Graduate Library School in September and is a children's librarian in the Chicago Pub I ic Library. DEBBIE (FULK) KIRBY, X67, 11 Ann St., Morganton, N.C. Debbie earned a B.S.E. at the University of Arkansas, married Joe Kirby in 1969 and had a son, Benjamin Joseph last September. Joe works as a program supervisor for the North Carolina Department of Corrections and Debbie helped to set up the inmates' library tor a new minimum security prison in Morganton. PAUL ADOMITES, '70, 601 Cherry Drive, Trafford, Pennsylvania 15085. Paul quit his job doing advertising copy tor a department store when a promotion "ultimately meant I was too busy doing detail garbage work to do any writing." He's back at home, said that Marie Bryhan would join him for Thanksgiving dinner, that Steve Marsden worked in an Iowa City natural foods store and now is involved with a day care program there. Paul wrote, ''I'm unemployed, in debt to there, but doing better than I have in a long time. How can I explain it?" SP/4 STEPHEN CABRAL, '70, 575-48-4610, Co.O., HOFH, Ft. Huachuca, Arizona 85613. Steve's still in the Army, sti II in continental U .S. and doesn't wish to go abroad, "with the Army, at least," and is into motorcycles with a 1972 Honda CB 500. CHRIS AND ZELLA (ELLSHOFF) ARBAK, '71 and '70, 420 Gladstone Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Baby August is thriving and nearing 15 pounds. Chris is doing psychology at the U of Toronto and Zelia is working in a flower shop. ANNA NAVARRO, '67, 1231 31st St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 20007. Anna married Robert T. Oomrese in June but still uses her maiden name. Both are working for Sen. Muskie, Bob on the legislative staff and Anna on the campaign staff. Anna says they have a large house with lots of rooms. Visitors are welcome. LAUREL ROTH, '71, Loreto 42, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. At work on her master of fine arts degree at the Institute in San Miguel, Laurel is studying textile design on a scholarship. MARGUERITE DONNAY, '69, 7350 Hardee Drive, Miami, Fla. 33143. Mimi is working for Eastern Airlines as a data processing operator and traveling as much as possible. SUSAN KUNTZ, '71, RFO, East Calais, Vt. 05650. Beep picked apples this tall in New Hampshire and says she now is "splitting wood, making pictures, biding time." THOMAS LA'MiON, '67, 2260 Fuller No. 14, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48105. Tom is working tor the Highway Safety Research Institute as computer programmer. MELODY SASKO, '71, 425 Gilbert Ave., LaGrange, Ill. 60525. Doing grad work at U of Chicago in art history. She's one of many who pointed out the haste-made mistake of the return alumni information postcard asking it anyone was married to N C Alumna (i)? FAY CLAYTON Gl ESE '67, 8000 S. Phillips, Chicago, Ill. 60617. Fay is at Ancona, a contemporary Montessori training program, planning to teach preschool next year possibly in a free school. Worked in an AMI (International Montessori) school for a while but felt the program was too rigid. "Ancona is eclectic, child-development oriented, and much to my liking." JOAN SLATER, '71, 9 Birchwood Or., Valley Stream, N.Y. 11580. Joan is working for two years in a Camphill Village Community in N. Ireland. Address is Glencraig Village, Craigarad, Holywood, Co. Down, N. Ireland. "It is a village founded upon the principles of Rudolph Steiner. In the village (farm, school, handicraft shops) mentally retarded and 'normal' people live and work as equals to support the village." CHARLES MacKAY, '71, Apt. 1A, 200 Lower Creek Rd., Rd No. 7, Ithaca, N.Y. 14850. Charles is in philosophy at Cornell U. "digging it but suffering from ego trips of colleagues." Getting married in June. A late note from Charles saying that he was expecting a visit from Tom Yori who had been in Boston with SALLY WHITE, '71, SUNNY CHANDLER, '69, RUSSELL RESSLHUBER, X71, and the NC colony there. He reports that there are others in Ithaca induding CHUCK KONNER, X71, DAVE ROSS, X71, BARB HANNA, '69, who are running a counseling service. CABELL J. MARSHALL, 71, 13 St. Mark's Place, Apt. 8R, New York, N.Y. 10003. ''I'm at NYU in the graduate program of directing -working with film, street theater, and women's liber!ltion!" STEVE and LUCY (HANNA) HENDRICKS, '68 and '70. 923 S. 7th, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. Lucy graduated from the U of Michigan in August, is putting her B.A. to use in a library job. "Ugh. Steve is working on Ph.D. Will be at it another 18 months at least. People always welcome." DEBORAH RABINOWITZ, '70, 1455 E. 56th St., Chicago, 60637, MARGARET SHEERAN, '70, MICHAEL SMITH, '70 and Deborah are graduate students at the University of Chicago and living at the above address. RICHARD AND VALERIE (MANOS) KUECKS, '71 and '72, 16470 S.W. Lower Boones Ferry Rd., Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034. Valerie is finishing her last two terms at NC doing off-campus study thesis. They have a child, Shelley Doane, 11 months. Richard working at Shakey's Pizza Parlor waiting tor a C.O. position as a biological research assistant at U of Oregon Medical School. After two years of alternate service, Richard plans to go to grad school in biology. They are fixing up an old house in the country for the three of them, a big German shepherd, two cats and their old blue van.

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MARCOS DELGADO, X71, Santo Cerro, La Vega, Dominican Republic. Marcus is back at the Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra and will graduate in 1972 U CMM i s having trouble he says: students vs. faculty. He's also a high school English teacher. DIANA GRAVES, '70 (old address) Albright Training Center, Box 477, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 86023. Diana was a National Park Ranger in the Grand Canyon unti I June and then took off for Washington for a year to work in the National Capital parks. JAMES AND CHERYL (HOIGNE) FLEENER, '71 and X67, 633 S Palm Ave., Sarasota. J i m returned after his service stint and graduated in June. He's now working for the National Bank of Sarasota. STEVE ORLOFSKY, '69, 419 W 119 St., New York, N .Y. 10027. Steve was seen by many people when he appeared in early summer on a national network television show as a member of a three person panel quiz program. Steve won the first day playing "Who, What, Where" and returned the next day and lost. Total take, about $610. CHERYL (McWHORTER) STAR, '68, 12843 SW 20th Terrace, Miami, Florida 33165 Cheryl taught math in a junior high program last year that was entirely individualized and she helped to write and illustrate units for use for this year. She also was a part time flute instructor at Miami Dade Junior College and hoped to go full time this year. Husband Bill is assistant first oboist with the Miami Philharmonic and both play assorted concerts with symphony groups a f:leuse.---KENNETH HAMMOND, X67, 80 Sycamore, San Francisco, Calif. 94110. Ken wrote that he and Sandy are planning to buy a farm in Oregon and in the meantime he is a letter carrier. "It's awful." FRANK LARY, '69, HHC 1 Bn. 39th lnf., APO, New York 09034. Frank was drafted in August 1970 and now is in Germany with the Army Medical Corps but expects early separation in the spring. Hopes to go to medical school after a year of postgraduate work. CURTIS STOKES, '70, Apt. 11 C 400 Summit Drive, Greenville, S.C. 29609. Curtis is working on his master's in teaching at Duke U. while teaching ninth grade English at a Greenville High School. One more summer and he'll finish. "They aren't quite ready for the New College philosophy but don't really have much choice. It. is a great way to mess up Southern Baptist mtnds." BARBARA REEVES, '71, 108 Oxford St., No.2, Cambridge, Mass. 02138. Attending Harvard Law School for second year and active in Harvard Voluntary Defenders. GEORGE AND JULIE (MEANS) KANE, '71 '68. Snug Harbor, Shady Side, Md. 20867. Julie and George Kane were married in September and are living in this small community on Chesapeake Bay. George is "counting numbers" for the Library of and Julie is at home raising dogs, hn1shmg a cookbook and preparing a class in healthful, inexpensive gourmet cooking. 1 hey're at home to N .C. transients ROLAND KING, '70, 3301 Baits-Parker, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48105. R a land is at the U. of Michigan graduate school doing work in linguistics on a NSF fellowship. DANIEL R BOEHMER '70, Wharton Graduate Division, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pa. 19104. THOMAS L BELL, '67, 1414 E. 59th St., Chicago, Ill., 60637. Still studying physics at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. KIT AND SHARRON (SHELTON) ARBUCKLE, 70 and '71, 1233 Aberdeen Ave., N.E., Renton, Wash. 98055. "In our second year of honeymoon, Sharron and I are both working to pay for rent and hobbies. Sharron is 8-toing as a mail clerk, Kit inventorying for a department chain store They're planning a mountain utopia, construction to begin about October 1972. JONATHAN C. SHEARER, '71, 81 Arlington St., Boston, Mass. 02116. Vice President, Dolphin Advertising Agency. IRVING BENOIST, '68, 3200 17th Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 55407. Attending U of Minnesota working on Ph. D in clinical psych. Finished course work and internship and now working on thesis and teaching first year graduate course in clinical assessment techniques. Irving's living in a six-person community, the Sacred Bean Family. She saw DOLPH BEZOIER, '67, in a play at the university last summer where he's a student doing a lot of dramatics. She says JOAN SCHNABEL. '68, is marneoanos1Trneaclling in Chicago. DON ARONOFF, '70, 116 Vineyard Ave. Highland, N .Y. 12528. Dan's working at the Hudson River State Hospital, with insane children. He has 10 more months to go before 'uncle' is satisfied. "When I finish I plan to launch a world-wide search for George Monoson." MARIE BRYHAN, '70, 2200 19th St., N.W. No.208, Washington, D.f!. "I'm in Urban Teacher Corps Portal School in D.C. teaching 8th and 9th grade science, working on MAT at Howard U. and slowly going crazy. I swore I'd never live in the city again. I'm hardly ever home but visitors are welcome if they won't mind grading papers, too." CHRIS HOPE, '70, 2724 Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 06520. Chris is in her second year of graduate study in sociology at Yale and also doing work in American history and environmental planning. RAY AND INGE (FRYKLUNDt BENNETT, '67, 247 E. Market St., Bethlehem, Pa., 18015 Both Ray and I nge received Ph. O.s from the University of Michigan in August. Ray is now an assistant professor in psychology at Lehigh University and lnge is a research associate. SHARON LANDESMAN, '68, 4337 15th Ave., N E Seattle, Wash. 98105. After 1Y. years full time research in Madison, Wis. Sharon IS completing dissertation research at U. of Washington at the child and mental retardation center, also begmn1ng to study pediatric neurology. "Otherwise I enjoy the rain and the occasional glimpse of the mountains where I sometimes find a welcome escape from the city." SVEN DONALDSON, '71, Department of Biology, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia. Sven's starting on his MSC in marine biology and kept busy by teaching, coursework and research. He's immigrated, even though the draft is not after him, thinks he'll stay, living in his same white camper truck. KATHELEEN DIVELY, '67, 40 Prentiss St., Cambridge, Mass. 02140. Kathy's going to Boston U. part time in social work, working at Jewish Family Service with elderly. Says JEANNE ROSENBERG '67, is in Belchertown, Mass. with her three dogs, doing photography; BRUCE BRADBURY, X68, was in Berkeley working to get money to go to the Amazon, has traveled all over the world in last three years. Kathy and Bob (?) went to Newfoundland this summer. FREDERICK AND LAURA (RAWSONt VON BEHREN, '67, 4324 Rowett Or. No.301, College Park, Md. 20740. Rick is at U. of Maryland teaching music theory to undergraduates and doing some work in conducting. Daughter Betsy is in first grade and Laura is project secretary for a team of researchers in unemployment and inflation at the Urban Institute in O.C. GREG DAVID. '71, c/o Charlott e Observer, Charlotte, N.C. Greg left his job as state editor of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune to work on the copy-desk of the enarlotte-Otrserver the day after Thanksgiving. PAT WOOD. 71, 314 4th St., Apt. 2, Atlanta, Ga. 30308. Pat says she has been supporting herself through temporary jobs and doing some acting and modeling. She's using the name Oemian Wood and her phone is under that name. "Be glad to hear from friends passing through Atlanta." SUSAN JANE (ALKEMA) DA SILVA, '71, 3881 N.W. 3 Ave., Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Susan's teaching school at North Broward Oay School in Lighthouse Point, Fla .. works part time at a department store. Husband Luis was in a bad car accident but he's fine now and going to Florida Atlantic U. RICK AND JANE (SNYDER) STAUFFER, '69 and '70. 150 Shore Drive, Short Beach, Conn. 06405. Rick's in his last year of law school and Jane is office manager of Connecticut Action Now. KATHLEEN CAPELS, '70, 107 Semloh Or., Syracuse, N .Y. 13219. (Temporary: 110 E. Foster St., Apt. 605, State College, Pa. 16801). Kathy earned her MA in French at Penn State U and now is working on Ph.D. in medieval French literature there under N OEA fellowship. LARRY HUNT, '71, 1424 E. Bennett, Springfield, Mo. 65804. On October 20, Larry said he was heading for Toronto hoping to obtain landed immigrant status and work. "Will be applying to Ontario Institute for Studies in Education to obtain a degree in psychology."

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DAVID AND ANN (ROGERS) JACOBSON, '68 and '71. Forwarding address: 454 6th St., S Naples, Fla. 33940. David is in Coast Guard Officer Candidate School until January and then has three years active service. Son Robert born in April. NANCY K. NEEDHAM, '71, 827 S. Osprey, Florasota Apts. Sarasota Fla. 33578. Nancy is working with emotionally disturbed children and teaching language arts. DENNIS AND MAUREEN (SPEAR) KEZAR, '67, 2490 Hibiscus, Sarasota, Fla. 33579. The Spears have two sons, Dennis Jr. three, and Matthew Ben, six months. Dennis is assistant at the Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal) in Sarasota and expects to be advanced to the priesthood in January. "Great to be back." SANDY (RUGEL) PALMER, '67, 845 N. 26th St., Apt. 316, Milwaukee, Wis. 53233. Married Sept. 18 to Burt Palmer and working as a programmer tor the Wisconsin Telephone Co. GREG BULLOCK, '71, Box 331 Mattituck, N.Y. 11952. Greg works as a nightwatchman. "Still loves Jesus. A big hello to all the Jesus people. That includes Sister Mary (?) in the convent. Jesus said: I am the way, the truth, and the life, no man comes to the Father but by Me." John 14.6 JOHN D. WESTLIE, '70, At. 2, Nolop Rd., laCrosse, Wis. 54601. Studying French at U of Wisconsin as special student but next year will be in grad school in French, U Wis. or elsewhere. STEVE AND NANCY (Flatter) HALL, '69 and '68, 30-32 Peabody Terr., Cambridge, Mass. 02138. Harvard Business School graduates are supposed to be in great demand but Nancy Hall seems to get more attention than Steve, at least from the press. So far she's been written up in the New York Times and the latest article, about her exclusively, was reproduced in posh TOWN & COUNTRY. Get a copy for it's good reading. Steve, who got his MBA in July, did a special report on New College as one of his final projects. Now he is treasurer of "Place" and he says "I would like to spend some time writing to New College people about the place where I am now working, Project Place in Boston (37 Rutland St., Boston 02118). Despite being a non-academic organization, it has remarkable parallels to the kind of community we enjoyed at New College. I am going to Europe next week for two weeks (written October 15) which will give me time to think about what to say about Place and about New College, and I will write something when I get back." HELP If you like alumni news, help by sending in news and photographs of yourself or others. If you don't like it, suggest something else. If you have information of interest to other alumni, write it up and send it in and we'll try to print it. Try to get it in 500-750 words. DAVID ADAMS, '71, At. 3, 466 Farrand Rd., Bronson, Mich. 49028. David says he is working on a piecemeal basis as a research assistant for the book/study "From Society to Community: A Study of the Contemporary Commune Movement," being written for 1973 by Judson Jerome of Antioch-Columbia. He's living on an 80-acre farm with goat and chickens, organic gardening. "Plan to go into business of growing and selling organic culinary and medicinal herbs next spring/summer." DEANE L. ROOT, '68, 54 E. John St., Champaign, Ill. 61820. Deane's in final year of Ph.D. work at U of Illinois in musicology. Next year he needs a job and/or money to work on dissertation Visited with Rick and laura von Behren in summer while doing work at library of Congress. LAURENCE L. ALEXANDER, '68, 1895 Stockton St., Decatur, Ga. 30032. larry expects his Ph.D. in June with an interdisciplinary study in philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, and literature. "I will be trying to get a job -guess where -at New College: The Native Son." DAVID AND WENDY MOORE, '70 and '69, 13 Mayfield Terrace, Edinburgh 9, Scotland. Both are attending U of Edinburgh where there is another New College. Son Christopher is a live one year old. LAWRENCE H. DUNLAP JR., '69, 1315 Quarry lane, lancaster, Pa. 17603. Drafted into Army in October '70, injured hip in training, and spent 10 months on crutches. Expects medical discharge soon and a return to graduate school. "Also expect to have two articles in Journal of the American Chemical Society in spring." PATRICIA (Sanderson) PORT, '68, 1931 N. Cleveland St. No. 501, Arlington, Va. 22201. Working for Dept. of Transportation in environmental branch of Office of Sec'y. Active in Federally Employed Women, Inc. Husband Steve working in Arlington and wants to go back to MIT next fall. PAUL HANSMA, '67, 1921 Walnut St., Apt. 3, Berkeley, Calif. 94704, has completed his Ph.D. at Berkeley and was a candidate at New College for a position in physics in October, giving a talk while here on campus on "Aspects of Superconductivity." CHERYL HESS, '68, 515 Home St., Sycamore, Ill. 60178. Cheryl left New York at the end of June traveling around the country as part of a planned around-the-world trip starting in September after which she'll "play in the mountains of New Mexico." Her folks will forward mail. JOEL AND PEARL (Lefkovits) BAILES, '70, Box 159, Mountain Falls At., Winchester, Va. 22601. LEE AND CLAUDIA (Bolin) HARDING, '70. No recent address. Claudia and lee were married July 3 by the sea in Reed State Park in Bath, Me., according to word received here. PAUL AND KATHY (Graves) REID, '70, 56 Cheney Dr., Storrs, Conn. 06268. Kathy is teaching high school English in Windsor, Conn. Paul is getting his masters in history from U of Connecticut in Feb. "for no particular reason." JERROLD L. NEUGARTEN, '68, 23 locke St., Cambridge, Mass. 02140. Jerry's finishing Harvard law this year, was married in August to fellow law student Rhea Kemble. Back for the November trustee meeting, Jerry is seeking a judicial clerkship for a year or two after law school, intending to open public interest law firm in about 5 years. ANDREW SAXE, '71, 227 E. 87th St., New York, N.Y. 10028. Andy's teaching at the Dalton School in NYC and attending Teacher's College at Columbia U. DAVID P. HARTLEY, '67, Box 2758, Duke Hospital, Durham, N.C. 27710. David says no change in his progress toward MO.-Ph.D. "Glad to have any N C people stop by on their way." MARGARET SPURRELL, '68, 1711 W Juneway Terr., Chicago, Ill. 60626. A graduate student in sociology at Northwestern U, Margaret was admitted to candidacy for Ph.D. last spring. She's doing a participant observation study of student actors and actresses which is "increasing my interest in the sociology of art and which is also proving to be both rewarding and a lot of fun." BARBARA HANNA, '69, Boite Postal495, St. -Denis, 97.4 Reunion, France. She left for Reunion with Guy Pignolet in November, Reunion being "a small island in the Indian Ocean off Madagascar that the French think they own." They expect a child sometime next year -like May. They plan to build a huge geodesic dome to live in and to be an energy generating center and also want to create what Guy says is a video circus a van filled with video equipment circulating the island for education, information and subversion. "But as yet we have no money. So it goes." GARY MORI ELLO, '69, 3011 Heath Ave., Apt. 20, Bronx, New York, N.Y. 10463. Gary is in a team teaching pr9ject for senior high emotionally disturbed students in lincoln H.S. in Yonkers. He's also taking night courses at CCNY and expects his MS in education in May. He says LUKE SALISBURY, '69, is at 2685 Valentine Ave., Apt. 3D, Bronx, N.Y. 10458. luke, says Gary, is working for a community education center in Bronx designing Montessori type curriculum for 4-year-olds. LINDA MOELLER, '70, 2317 Eastmont Way West., Seattle, Wash. 98199. After leaving Scotland, linda went to Ireland, and in Seattle hopes to establish residence for grad school in special ed and to find work. "It's funny to be back in the States, it seems to be so hurried and I find myself rushing around getting nothing done." Dick Gervich arrived in Scotland just as she was leaving. CHERYL (White) HOFFMAN, '68, 4620 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19143. Cheryl and husband David are at University of Pennsylvania. He's studying French (16th Century) and she Romance philology. Cheryl's Ph.D. exams are scheduled for March, David's a year later, since he worked for a year for U.S.P.O. No kids, only Igor, a neurotic ex-female cat, Alexander Throttlebottom, a beige hamster and "some sick fish."


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