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moved -- or just have fond memories of San Diego in the '40s, '50s and '60s.

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Thursday, April 21, 2011

She is a Colt After All!!

Donna Foster Westfall '65 shares an article from last weekend's Wall Street Journal about an exhibit at Chicago's Field Museum featuring a piece by Deborah Butterfield '66.  Click HERE to read the article.


University Lanes is gone, and so are most of the bowling alleys we remember from our youth.  The Mission Valley Bowlero is still around -- sort of.  It's now the Scottish Rite Masonic Center.  Click HERE to view the aerial photos Howard Rozelle took on October 23, 1960.  He was documenting the construction of Mission Valley Center, but -- across the freeway from May Company -- you can see Bowlero.

The Map & Atlas Museum of La Jolla

Richard Cloward '61 is the director of the new Map & Atlas Museum of La Jolla.  The public will now be able to view some of the world's rarest maps.

Revenge of the Nerd

Scot Shaw '68 reveals how Vice-Principal James Kaupp encouraged him to "Be All That He Could Be!"  Click HERE to read Scott's comic strip.

The General's Wife

I knew Sue Wilkerson '71 was married to Major General William McCasland.  I just didn't know she was a rock star.  She'll be looking for a new band when hubby takes over the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB in Ohio in May.  Listen to her sing at SeeJoeRock.