Monthly Archives: December 2010

I Started This With…

We lost Bob Cooley.  But then it dawned on me – probably because of the phone calls I received.  We didn’t lose Bob Cooley – we simply shared him with the folks in heaven. Bob taught Mathematics here from 1962 … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas – See You Next Year

The Grunge is 61 years old.  When I responded that to a question asked by my grandson Karston, he rolled his eyes and said “Aren’t most people dead by then?”  I assured him I still had a few sorties in … Continue reading

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The Christmas/Holiday Card Photo

The snow is turning into freezing rain.  Needed to get this one in while I could.  Thought I heard sleigh bells when I was crossing the street. We have a lot to be thankful for this year.

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Look Who Stopped By

I was making my way into the basketball game last Sunday afternoon when I just happened to look over and see Santa Claus at the game.  I was even more excited to see Santa was definitely a Little Giants fan. … Continue reading

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Wabash Alumni Officiate New Mexico Bowl

Hope you took the opportunity to watch a little football this past weekend, especially the New Mexico Bowl. Two Wabash alumni were a part of the officiating crew:  Steve Woods ’93 was the umpire and Tim Maguire ’86 was a … Continue reading

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Get Out Those Calendars!

Here’s the Div. III basketball poll from last week.  Two NCAC teams in the Top 10…and Witt is not one of them! So, get your pencils out and note the following: Wooster AT Wabash – Saturday, January 8, 2011.  (Students … Continue reading

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New Book by Phil Coons ’67

Phil Coons ’67 and his wife, Liz Bowman, have just published a book Psychiatry in Indiana: The First 175 Years. Liz and Phil address the history of Phychiatry in Indiana using a combination of in-depth scientific research and personal anecdotes. … Continue reading

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