Monthly Archives: July 2007

Summer’s Over

Jim Amidon — When I was a kid, we would officially celebrate the end of summer on Labor Day. Public pools were open one more day, school would start on Tuesday, and Jerry Lewis was on TV for like 24 … Continue reading

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Harry, Dean, and ABC

Jim Amidon — I got a voice mail last Tuesday afternoon from Dean Reynolds, Wabash Class of 1970. Dean is a fairly active alumnus who has returned to campus on many occasions to speak and moderate discussions, and to serve … Continue reading

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The spirit of friendship

Steve Charles—“There are two kinds of people in the world,” Wayne Hoover tells me as we sit in the Main Street Pub in Monticello, Illinois. I’ve driven here from Crawfordsville in an air-conditioned car. Wayne has ridden here on his … Continue reading

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Visiting Students Always Interesting, Fun

Howard W. Hewitt – I generally hit the road during the summer for a handful of trips spread over three or four weeks visiting students and alumni. Going out and seeing Wabash men is one of the best ways to tell … Continue reading

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Cooking Up Magic

Steve Charles—Dan is a middle-aged guy from Arkansas who lives in the old bank across the street from Fletcher’s of Atlanta, the culinary treasure where Fletcher Boyd ’72 is chef, owner, greeter, and head magician. “Fletcher likes to color outside … Continue reading

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Hitting the Road to Visit Students

Howard W. Hewitt – For the past several summers I’ve hit the road to visit students or alumni around the country or state. I made my first trip last week to see Steve Stambaugh ’09 who has a Lilly Endowment … Continue reading

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