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Thursday, December 5, 2013

December 6, 2013

I’M NOT GONNA get any sympathy from folks in Montana, but it’s cold in Pacific Beach.  Nancy and I are going to find a warm place for brunch, either before or after a visit to the Midway Post Office, then run a few more errands before heading back to the beach.

Every week a handful of Fry Day emails bounce.  If it happens two weeks in a row, I remove them from the address book and the web site. has bounced every week for the past three months.  The problem is — I don’t have it in my address book.  Any Cyber Sherlocks out there have an idea how to fix this?

Sandy Scheithauer Cook ‘63 has a new email address.  You can access it on the Class of '63 Email Page. Dana Carr ‘64 is now living in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and is listed on the Class of '64 Email Page

It’s been a while since I shared a historical photo.  This is a shot, taken in June 1917, of Del Mar’s old Stratford Inn.  Click HERE to see an enlargement

Holtville upended Crawford in the Division V Finals 42-6, even though they'd lost earlier in the season to the Colts.  Click HERE to read the article in the U-T.

Rodger Gredvig ‘64 saw Ron Smith’s handball photo from last week and thought he’d submit the clipping from the December 28, 1963 Evening Tribune featuring he and classmate Gary Stockton.  Click HERE to access the enlarged version.

Alan Pryor ‘66, Mark Mellinger ‘66 and Chuck Ham ‘65 enjoy brunch prepared by Mary Mellinger. You can see a larger version of the photo by clicking HERE.

I guess the confluence of Thanksgiving and Hannukkah got me out of whack.  That’s my excuse for not running the November 27, 1963 Golden Anniversary Pacer last week.  I could go on about the Senior Sketches and Girl of the Month, but I saw this ad for University Lanes and fell into a revery.  Click HERE to read all four pages.

Steve “Beanie” Bonwell ‘64 died of a heart attack on November 22nd.  Click HERE to sign the on-line guest book