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Alumni News (March 1973)

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Title:
Alumni News (March 1973)
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New College Alumni News (March 1973)
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Book
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New College Alumnae/i Association
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New College Alumnae/i Association
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Sarasota, Fla.
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March 1973

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
College publications
Newsletter
College student newspapers and periodicals
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Three page issue of the NCAA's official publication.
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-March 1973 POST-PHOENIX EWS Commencement has been set for aturday, June 9 and 'tudents are making plans to invite a major speaker to campus for the event. This will be the eventh graduating class ummer Music Festival, now in its ninth year, will be held from June 4-23 concerts on June 8-9, 15-16 and 23-24. SMF faculty numbers increased to 15 this year with more than 100 tudents participating The presidential search continues to be very active with a number of candidates being screened and inter";ewed. Several visited campus during for meetings with trustees, faculty, tudent and staff In the latest Ford Foundation Challenge, 17 5 alumni made gifts totalling $8,086. JOHN PETERS is finishing his second year of Yale Law School and has been elected to the editorial board of the Yale Law The Yale Law J ownal this spring wi II publish his article on "Prison and the Equal Rights Admendment." RAn10 D AND I GE BENNETT. Ray i now teaching at the niversity of Illinois at Chicago Circle and Inge teaches there part time Marie Nicol was born Feb. 11. GLE 1DA CIMI 0. "I got tired of ew York City and took off to Ireland." With a friend she bought a house in Dublin and they are fixing it up. he is surve} director for the Language Attitudes Research Project, in charge of interviewer training, que tionnaire design and administration for the ational urvey on the Irish Language <;eems it i losing ground as a spoken language. "People should write and anyone is to visit-especially if the} are prepared for primitive conditions comfortwise and if th y can repair a roof." HILARY BLOCK OM graduated from Cornell University School of Architecture in January and now is working on Martha's Vineyard. She will set up her own office/store in May and is raising Irish setters and ring""'lecked doves. CHERYL HESS IS living in an old adobe in Truchas, New Mexico without electricity or running water, 8,250 feet high on the edge of a mountain. "It's gorgeous." JOHN LOWE was graduated from Emory University and is working on his MFA in photography at Georgia State University. DIO SCHI\ FF writes that things are hectic at Worcester State where a complete academic reorganization is in progress. He's now working out of the office of assi tant to the pre ident, but he hope to do more teaching when things settle down. F. KRAMER DARRAGH III was graduated from Hendrix College in 1970 with a B.A. in mathematics, then went on to Kan as State to do graduate work in grain science and feed technology. Married Ida Martha Vaughan in June 1971 and now is employed as a started pullet serviceman. PATRICIA SANDERSON PORT is working in Cambridge, Mass for a small consulting firm specializing in transportation environment projects. Husband Steve is working on an MS at MIT. Plans to visit ew Orleans in April. JERROLD NEUGARTEN is an as istant district attorney in Manhattan. DAY I MEJIA DE ABASCAL continues to work a a social worker in New York and was promoted to surervisor in February. KEN ETH R. and ABBY ALLGOOD MISE\1ER arc back in the Sarasota area Kenny' as ociated with the Daniel P. Hansen law firm in Bradenton. ROBERT and PATTI COLE DIXON have moved from California to Engle wood, .J. STEVE MARSDEN says, "Rumors of my naval enlistment were highly exaggerated. Last April I began three years probation for failure to report for induction into the armed forces" and he's working in Eldora, Iowa. CLAUDIA BLAIR THOMAS finished her doctorate work in March in the Physiology /Psychology Joint Degree Program at the University of Washington and on March 10 was married (on a sailboat in Lake Washington) to Dr. David Y. Thomas, a geneticist from Wales. Dr. Thomas is returning to his position in London in May and Claudia will be doing post-doctoral re earch in neuro-physiology there JACQUIE and ERIC THURSTO write that Jesse Pearle is a new offspring and that they are now living near Burnsville, N.C., north of Asheville. "Living high on the farm with many friends of New College nearby: FRAN GARDNER MATHER, 71 and TIM, and RUTH ANN STANGE 68, RO S MADDEN, 72 and JOHN HENRY THOMPSON x70 "A veritable colony Just bought a new farm across the river, big and beautiful. Building a log house this summer.' Not mentioned but also living near Burnsville is SU A OHLE 71. MARIAN BU SEY ORR (Mrs. C. Randall) was married last April and is living in New Orleans where she and husband arc working and "enjoying life in the Quarter." PHIL SHENK now in Berkeley "making my leather good and dancing and generally forgetting all that you tried to teach me and that I tried to learn." CATHY JONES DAVIES is teaching art with the Overseas Dependents' Schools in Europe at Frankfurt, Germany. Previously she was in the M.A.T. program at Duke and taught in North Carolina and Michigan.

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PAUL ADO\HTES is now associated with Square Circle, a countywide durg rehabilitation center in Greensburg, Pa. as one of two counselors. "The work is rough; the work is fun; the work makes me happy Tell the people who don't know me that I'm here if they need any help '.' Paul visited LARRY '70 and COLLEE REED and thetr two children in Salt Lake City in December. BRCCE M. ALLE i doing accounting and tax work and living in Lansing burgh, .Y. "Am currently negotiating for control of a small corporation for use as an operations base.'' DAVID and \\'ENDY GLOVER MOORE. Davis is studying for the Episcopal priesthood with one year of three completed. They'll spend the summer in Denver working at Ft. Logan Mental Hospital. Wendy runs her ov.n private preschool. "Verr happy with our life" in Sewanee, Tenn. ilCV?lil A DREW SAXE receives his MA in education from Columbia U. in May. He says he is undecided about whether to begin PhD, resume teaching or go into business. PAZ COHEN writes that she is an "intrepid reporter" with the Washington, D.C. bureau of Pacifica Radio. CYNTHIA GATES is teaching fifth grade in a "strict" Lutheran school in ew York. She writes ''I know for a fact that WALTER PERI I, x71 and ALFIE SCHEI BERG, 70, are in NYC working at Olympia Theater." MICHAEL EDGERTO is attending the University of Chicago aiming for an M.A. in English literature. RICHARD and VALERIE MA OS KUECKS write that they're living near Rockwood, Ontario. BRA DT and PATRICIA KERSTEN Patti graduated from Florida Technological University and 13randt from MIT. Patti is now in Harvard Law while Brandt i working in computer programming but has been accepted by MIT's Architecture School. DAVID ADAMS. David was "part of a contingent of 4,000 devotees of the IS-year-old Perfect Master Satguru 1aharaj Ji" flown to India last fall for special spiritual programs. On returning to U.S., he visited with MICHAEL TR..-.USS, x72 and ALEXIS FI LAY, 72 on the East Coast, drove to his 'v1ichigan farm where DAVID GERSTE x 71 is now living and moved his possessions and organic herb business to Denver where "1 am presently living the life of monastic ashram devotion as part of Shri Hans Educational, Inc.'' He also is a full time student at Metropolitan State College working for a secondary teaching certificate. ext September we be the doors of an innovative nursery through secondary level boarding school in which I hope to teach." GEORGE and DO NA KOTH CHAPPELL are living with some friends on a farm in the mountains of orth Carolina near Weaver vi He. "We're working on starting a Free niversity and studying the Wica while getting a little practical experi ence on the side." JANET TOKERUD, was graduated from Portland State University and now is working for a masters in sociology at the University of California Medical School at San Franci co. CHARLES K. MACKAY starts his thesis (on Marx) at Cornell U. in June, is teachirrg at Auburn Prison, ister institution to Attica. His fir t published piece, on war research, is coming out in the next issue of Corne II Engineer. WEISLOCHER "had a good time in Italy last year courtesy of Uncle Sam." Now says he's "going to college, selling insurance and playing nightclub gigs." KEN M. HA S has been a computer technical representative for the Burroughs Corp. in Washington, D.C. for more than a year. SUSAN DA SILVA is teaching math in grades 4-7 in Boca Raton. Husband Lui will graduate in June from Florida Florida Atlantic University. o definite plans after that except for a summer of campmg in Arizona. DENNIS f. SAVER writes from Philadelphia that he is "incarcerated in a 9-S job with a health pi agency." SIDNEY JO ES spent 1971 in Iran, transferred to the University of Pennsylvania and has been accepted in the graduate school of arts and science there to work toward PhD in Oriental Studies (Arabic and Persian studies specifically). Hopes to spend summer in Tuni ia studying Arabic. A DY ROMAN is doing his C.O. alternative service at the Koinonia Farm Child Development Center at Americus, Ga. MARKUS KRUESI married Mary Alice Cryns last June and had been working for a film editorial service in Chicago but "now I go to school in the building where Teddy Roosevelt received the nomination of the Bull Moose Party." DOUG FRIEDMA is doing community organization and welfare advocacy work, getting into the organization/ spread of men's liberation. Has his M.Ed from University of Massachusetts and sees many ovo Collegians such as LARRY WOLF x71, STEVE CANNER x72, BARBARA TYROLER x72, ANNE RYA x72, RUSS RESSLHUBER x72, MARTHA BEAUCHAMP x72. ROBERT DUD1 EY is studying at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and also learning nutrition, bio-dynamic gardening and ceramics and studying works of Rudolph Steiner. DON GOLDBERG, doing graduate work in math at Dartmouth, was back on campus during spring break. ALAN CAMPION is now a first year graduate student in the chemistry department at UCLA, worldng as a teaching assistant and "getting used to living on the other side of the country.'' JAN ICE IA NONE writes that she is in Paraguay attending the National University Medical School. CI DY CUMFER writes from Portland, Oregon, "Have found a lot of togetherness in the woman's commu nity here ew College women and friends should top by :

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WENDY GLOVER !>ORE, a member of the class of 1969, was killed in an automobile accident Friday, March 23, 1973. Mrs: Wetldy Helen Glover Moore, 24. 604 42nd St., died Friday tn Leesburg, Fla. Born In Landon, England, she had lived in Sarasota since 1966, coming here Salt Lake City, Utah. She was a member of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. She leaves her husband, David Moore of Sarasota; a son, Christopher David Moore at heme; two brothers, Chris topher Glover of Logan, Utah, and Roger Glover of Reno, Nev.; her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrf'y Glover of Riv erton, Utah; and her maternal grandpatents, Mr. and Mrs. f.Eirbert Barker of Riverton, utah. Funeral services will be at 11:45 a.m. at the E11iscopal Church of the Re<:eemcr, with the Very Rev. W. Thomas Fitzgerald oHici Burial will be in Sara sota Memorial Park. Teale Rrothcrs Colonial Chapel. 40 :-\. Orange Me., is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers expl'f'ssiors of sympathy may be made to the Childrens Garden at St. Luke's The School of Thf'Ology, University of the Snuth. Sewannee, Tenn .. c/o Episcopal Church c the Redeemer. Saras,ta.


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