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VERNON DIBBLE . . . Round table metaphysician . . .
observer of mice and men . . . the unexamined moment
is not worth living . . . wealth of unactnalized potenti-
ality . . . Walmpingers Falls, contribution to the main-
stream of History.
BILL DRURY . . . plays post office every morning . . .
only man to see more movies than Sal Adorno . . . Ver-
monter par excellence.
W'ALT DUEGER . . . "gee, fellows it's great, it makes
a man out of you" . . . long list of "must write" females
. . . absent laundry man . . . held the purse strings
among other strings.
JIM DUNHAM . . . perpetual motion . . . famous for
RAY DENWORTH . . . Sparkling Intelllgence uota
. . . only lie can cope with the COIIIIJICXIIICS of bis
thoughts . . . whctted slashing elbows equal hardwood
Hell-Blows . . . Burl Ives of the Deke House, and mole 'lt
tractive too . . . later contemporary of A T V 10
ED DEWEY . . . ':Duals" . . . perpetual traveler, dxf
" ferent women's colleges every weekend moves 1
car like an F-86, flies low.
ART DEXTER . . . has long standinv Housepalty date
with Margo Butterfield . . . German Hllill Maine accent
. . . genial manager of a transplanted drugstore
Stankey of the Red and Black.
MO DIETZER . . . Teddy Bear . . . connoisseur of Christ
mas trees . . . fumigates the house for free with foul
cigars . . . Samson of the Alpha Delts, tripped by
Delilhall . . . nuts about David Rose 'Ind Dle Rosen
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Dunham "five day Weekend" . . . He rang the bells of 'TfW2fWW'2W5f?M,.Mt
old South college . . . 5'Hero of Elections Scandal" . . .
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X : ERIC CONE . . . inside scoop on robber barons . . .
: Uncle Sam wants you . . . gentlemen drinker . . . qualms
l about wasted time . . . gregarious through the shyness.
Q ' 1 CHRIS COOK . . . six months on the Vets Village front
. . . guitar and banjo man . . . contributed to hu'
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X ' the "Red Death."
BEN COPE . . . the boy with the red hair . . . rumored
to draw a big salary from the New Jersey State Racing
Commission . . . off the track a parttime soil toilcr
. . . handball against Yale, no less.
1 WALT COWING . . . midnight seances on Cemetery
Hill . . . mild and quite harmless on first impression
TOM CZEPIEL . . . soccer player . . . uit must be
dimelhylgloxine" . . . "anybody going to Deep River?'7
. . . orally prominent in a distinctive way.
KEN DAVENNY . . . Transplanted Bostonian . . . music
fiend . . . "hot-rod" . . . pre-med . . . runs something
called "Davenny Punch Party . . . weekends, serves
small bombs . . . gadgeter, wires everything in sight for
sound . . . famed for "conversation stoppersf'
CHUCK DAVIS . . . doing distinction in Shaw because
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l lost money . . . very familar with certain math courses
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donic . . . has a weakness lor elfin females . . . literary.
DON DAVIS . . . distinction in alchemy . .
tomery of sugar and spice fthat's nice?J . .
type chap . . . quiet but firm manner . . . attention
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DICK EINHORN . . . quitely unassuming . . . i'Pst, Cot
a minute" . . . Wes' Martin Block . . . 400 page last
minute readings equal B-plus on exams . . . strange
hours, secret showers, and duels with New York
librarians . . . Perennial late paper award winner.
DICK ERIKSON . . . Swcden's smiling gift to Wesleyan
. . . calculation of mathematical Probability of Dodgers
Winning World Series . . . gentle . . . Always weddy wit
answew to number twce. ,
MIKE FABIAN . . . The mad Hungarian . . . owner of
the Fabemobile . . . "The big Splash" Advertising mou-
BILL FALCON . . . blond bomhshell . . . leader of the
MARTY FEINS . . . walking authority on gut courses and
undergraduates of ten girls' Colleges in the East . . .
received personal letter from Vie . . . 'Tye never had
the same date twicen . . . will chauffeur anyone anywhere.
JOEL FINEGAN . . . first string member of Eaton's
embryonic physicist crew . . . dapper young highlander
in sweatsuit and beret . . . Thorgy's shadow . . . Postlude
ian . . . the Bernard Baruch of Scott Lab . . . "Wl1ere's
AL FLYNN . . . 'iHonest Ali' . . . Lord Byron ofthe
sand dune set . . . letters in soccer and script . . . "Holy
Titmousew . . . Friday nite fights . . . hates martinis.
DON FODASKI . . . "We must always consider finite
differencesi' . . . Neptune's nemesis . . . even thinks
SANDY Form . .. humility without futility . , . mast-
piano pounder . . . won his halo for honesty at an early
age . . . found no lacrosse squad at Wesleyan . . . House
steward who got no beef from or for his eating club
. . . semester fiesta in orangeland.
SANDY FRASER . . . Boston cowboy . . . only Beacon
Hill listener of WCOP . . . Harriman Recluse . . . quiet
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