Monthly Archives: July 2011

Little Giants Everywhere

Kelley House ’90 and his family are on vacation in Hilton Head, S.C.  What are the odds they would find a boat named the Little Giant? Pretty good, it looks like!  ”OK, Dad, can we go to the pool now?” … Continue reading

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It Won’t Be Long Now

Football starts September 10, 2011.  Away to Wooster.  We’ll be back here at home on September 17th. Despite the heat and lack of rain, the field still looks great!!! The Grunge is ready for some football!

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‘Tis a (Crossword) Puzzlement

The Class of 1967 class agent newsletter reports from John May ’67 that even the L.A. Times has heard of Wabash!  Click here to link to the L.A. Times Crossword Puzzle and then . . . Select July 12 on the … Continue reading

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All Roads in Poland Lead Through . . . Wabash?

The event in June:  A beautiful traditional wedding in southern Poland. Who would guess that three of the guests and the groom all had ties to Wabash College in Indiana, USA?  Amidst the celebration, Michael, Bastian, Almut, and Pawel recalled memories … Continue reading

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More Fun with 47-0

That’s Brad Johnson ’71 and classmate Jon Pactor ’71 posing with a low cost but effective option for a 47-0 license.  No doubt the stick-on numbers allow for future flexibility, if need be. By the way, that’s an Acura Brad … Continue reading

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Mud Hollow Field Report

The soccer field is coming along nicely.  It appears the major work is done, the seats are almost in, and all that’s left is to complete the finer points of the construction. This is looking toward the Lambda Chi house … Continue reading

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Booth Jameson ’88: takes position at ACC

Booth Jameson ’88 is the new Director of Federal Affairs for the American Chemistry Council, located in Washington, D.C.

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