Monthly Archives: October 2006

Elderhostel and Wabash

Dick Griesser ’51 sent this page in…it’s part of the Elderhostel catalog. This particular trip is to Belize. Who is that gentleman, anyway?

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Alan Stolz ’53

Alan Stolz ’53 recently represented Wabash at the Inauguration of the new president of Connecticut College. Alan couldn’t resist the temptation to snap a few photos while he was all dressed up in appropriate academic regalia. Looking good, Alan.

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Wabash Touchdowns and Goals!

Cheering for a lot of both tomorrow. Wabash soccer plays it’s final home match against Oberlin at 11:30 AM. The Little Giant football team tangles with Wooster at 1:00 PM in a game that could decide the NCAC conference title … Continue reading

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These Games REALLY Count

SO…here’s how it unfolds. If Wittenberg and Wabash win out in football, we’re conference co-champs but they get the playoff bid. So, we need to take care of business and hope Witt gets tripped up along the way. So… Wabash … Continue reading

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Wabash In Christian Science Monitor

Backstory: They doff their beanies to tradition. By Michael Rubino "My college experience was like yours, except my homecoming queen probably had a lot more stubble." That’s how Wabash alumnus Mike Rubino ’94 starts his essay in the October 26, … Continue reading

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Hobson and Hobson – Attorneys at Law

Just received word from Bob Hobson ’57 that he and his son Mike have formed a new law partnership in San Francisco, CA. Bob and Mike will continue to specialize in Tax and Estate Planning in addition to other services … Continue reading

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Ben Warren ’21 – Some Little Giant

The Sphinx Club didn’t make the trip to Oberlin, so young Ben Warren, son of Mike Warren ’84, filled in doing the pushups for each Wabash score.   Ben didn’t miss a beat and even when Wabash scored their last … Continue reading

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