Calendar of Events
(Clicking on event takes you to that section of newsletter):
Feb. 27 Congressman Tom Campbell
March 6 Prof. Barton H. (Buzz) Thompson
March 13 Dinner & Dialogue
March 15 Hexagon: “Election Jeer”
March 16 Kreeger Museum
March 18 Volleyball League Begins
March 19 Performance: “The Dance of Death”
The Washington, DC Stanford Association and The Stanford Law Society
cordially invite you to a reception honoring, and a discussion with U.S.
Representative Tom Campbell
6:00 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Capitol Hill Club
300 1st Street, SE (at 1st and C Streets, SE)*
light hors d’oeuvres, wine and non-alc beverages
Questions? Call Sherry Abel at (202) 244-4568.
Send checks payable to "WDC-SA",
c/o Terry Adlhock, Florida Power Corp., Suite 600N, 601 Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20004 by February 26th. (Terry’s office phone is (202) 783-5560.)
*Metro: Capitol South (blue/orange lines), at 1st and C Streets, SE. Parking may
be available after 6:00 p.m. in the Congressional parking lot across the street
(check with guards)
Rep. Campbell, who sits on the House Banking and International Relations Committees,
is also a professor at Stanford Law School. His principal subjects are anti-trust,
economic analysis of legal issues, and international law. In December he won a
special election in California’s 15th Congressional District which includes San Jose.
This campaign attracted national attention as a test in which Tom’s Democratic
opponent focused his efforts against House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and the
Republican Congress as much as against Campbell. Tom previously served two terms in
the House representing the district that includes Stanford. From 1992-95, he was a
member of the California State Senate.
Wednesday, March 6th
Professor Barton H. (Buzz) Thompson
Stanford Law School, “The Endangered Species Act and Private Property”
The Endangered Species Act has been a prime arena for clashes between environmentalists
and property right proponents. Professor Thompson will discuss his recent research
into how the Endangered Species Act is working in practice and the lessons for
current efforts to reauthorize the Act and enact property rights legislation.
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Stanford in Washington
2661 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Woodley Park (red line), onstreet parking beginning at 6:30 p.m.
$8 in advance, $10 at door
heavy hors d’oeuvres
Questions? Call Bill Pegram at (703) 486-0952
Send checks payable to "WDC-SA" c/o Bill Pegram, 815 S. 18th, Apt. 400,
Arlington, VA 22202
Professor Thompson: A.B. Stanford 1972, MBA and JD 1976. Clerk to Judge Joseph
T. Sneed, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 1977-78. Associate O’Melveny and
Myers, 1978-83; partner 1984-1986. Lecturer, UCLA, 1980-1983. At Stanford Law School
since 1986. Principal subjects: water, natural resources, environmental law, and
Professor Thompson is currently head of a Stanford project evaluating biodiversity
policy and the use of economic incentives to promote habitat preservation.
Wednesday, March 13th
DINNER & DIALOGUE
6:30 PM – dinner
7:30 PM – dialogue
1602 17th St. (at Q St.), NW
The Modern Drama Discussion Group will discuss “The Dance of Death” by August Strindberg. Please RSVP to David Sobelsohn at (202) 484-8303 or by e-mailing
Washington, DC Stanford Association has reserved a block of 40 tickets for
Hexagon’s production of “Election Jeer.” Tickets will be available on a first-come,
first-serve basis. Hexagon is a non-profit organization that produces Washington’s
only original political, satirical, musical, comedy revue to sold-out audiences.
Each year, Hexagon contributes to Washington area charities. This year the funds
will go to the DC Habitat for Humanity.
8:00 PM – show
Please make checks out to “WDC-SA”
c/o Monica Mulrooney
3107 Circle Hill Road
Alexandria, VA 22305
Tel.: (703) 548-5467
We are trying to find out how many people would like to have dinner at “The Tombs”
in Georgetown , an hour and a half before the performance. Entrees range between $8
and $12. Please indicate on a note if you’re interested in a dinner together.
Deadline for registration is March 1st. (First-come, first-serve!)
Questions? Call Sherry Abel at (202) 244-4568
We have scheduled one last visit to accommodate those who were unableto visit last
November. Join Stanford Alumni for a tour of the Kreeger Museum, the eye-catching,
modern residence and personal collection of David Lloyd Kreeger. The house,
completed in 1967 and an immediate Washington landmark, was designed by Philip
Johnson. We have given priority to those on the waiting list – but 10 places still
Volleyball Anyone? Interested in playing volleyball? The Arlington Department of Parks and Recreation
is starting spring volleyball leagues. Play will begin the week of March 18th and
will run for approximately 11 weeks. Possible nights of play are Monday, Wednesday,
or Thursday. If you are interested in forming a team, please contact Dell Wilkinson
at (703) 476-2206 (w), (703) 237-4818 (h), or firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).
Please make checks out to:
3900 Connecticut Ave., NW Apt. #403F
Washington, DC 20008
Tickets are $25 and include a group post-performance discussion with director and cast.
Deadline for ticket reservations is Feb. 29th.
KEY CONTACT INFORMATION for WASHINGTON DC STANFORD ASSOCIATION:
Membership Information: Paul Garrett (703)893-3100; Sherry Dunn-Abel (202)244-4568
Stanford Club Hotline: (301) 230 5575
PRESIDENT: Bill Pegram, (703)486-0952
VICE PRESIDENT: Clare Stephens, (202)462-7061