The talk this week about arming teachers took me back 40 years to when Gary Keefer and I were both teaching at Hale Junior High. I was covering the Old West in my US History class and decided to bring in my Winchester 94 to show the kids the "Gun That Won The West." Gary spotted me toting the rifle and said simply -- "Discipline Problems?". (You couldn't do this today -- I can't believe I did it then)
In 1957, when I was 14 going on 11, I listened to the Pacific Coast League San Diego Padres on my crystal set -- and Rudy Regalado was my favorite player. Eight years later I was interning at the Washburn and Justice Ad Agency and Rudy walked in the door representing XETV Channel 6. It was like I was meeting the pope. Rudy died on February 12th at age 89. Click HERE if you'd like to read more about him.
This Bizarro cartoon was published the same day the UT ran an article about Ace Parking suffering because folks were using Uber and Lyft.
Class of ’72 pals Skip Weitzen, Craig Hodgson, Bill Davis, Tony Flores lunched together at City Tacos in La Mesa last Thursday.
Norm Black '68 hopes you can help him identify these surfing pals of long ago. He thinks their names were Art and Mike. The photo was taken at La Jolla Shores
Click HERE to read the Golden Anniversary Pacer issued on February 29, 1968.
Joel Bercuson ’62 passed away of heart disease while living in Solana Beach on September 13, 2017. He is survived by sister Marsha Bercuson '64 and brother Alan ’73.