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Reunions 2009

By Katherine Federici Greenwood, photographs by Beverly Schaefer and Frank Wojciechowski
Published in the July15, 2009, issue


Vicki Takeuchi Wynne ’74, left, and Susie Huang ’76 are excited to find each other at Wynne’s 35th.
Beverly Schaefer
Vicki Takeuchi Wynne ’74, left, and Susie Huang ’76 are excited to find each other at Wynne’s 35th.
Celebrating their 55th, Bill Ughetta ’54, left, and Duke Slichter ’54 are happy in their happi coats.
Beverly Schaefer
Celebrating their 55th, Bill Ughetta ’54, left, and Duke Slichter ’54 are happy in their happi coats.
Jim Williamson ’64 and wife Judy celebrate “1964 evermore” with eight-ball balloons.
Beverly Schaefer
Jim Williamson ’64 and wife Judy celebrate “1964 evermore” with eight-ball balloons.
Galileo leads a large contingent of graduate alumni and their families in the P-rade.
Beverly Schaefer
Galileo leads a large contingent of graduate alumni and their families in the P-rade.
The party’s over: Seventeen Princeton employees worked more than 135 hours to clean up what alumni and spectators left behind after the P-rade, according to Al Pearson, assistant grounds manager. Grounds manager Jim Consolloy said the amount of trash was larger this year: There were more people and the procession often came to a halt as classes waited to enter the field. “Everyone just dropped things in the road and gutters while waiting,” he said in an e-mail.
Frank Wojciechowski
The party’s over: Seventeen Princeton employees worked more than 135 hours to clean up what alumni and spectators left behind after the P-rade, according to Al Pearson, assistant grounds manager. Grounds manager Jim Consolloy said the amount of trash was larger this year: There were more people and the procession often came to a halt as classes waited to enter the field. “Everyone just dropped things in the road and gutters while waiting,” he said in an e-mail.
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Thomas Beretvas *60 Says:

2009-07-27 09:47:27

In PAW you mention "Buddy Ackerman '44 killed in Budapest 1944". Can you explain more please. I was a kid in Budapest in 1944 (in the ghetto). Why was Buddy Ackerman there? How was he killed?

J R Sprangel Says:

2009-10-18 19:08:04

I have, in good condition, a copy of Princeton Class of 1944 Perspectives: 50 Years Out. I found it at a book sale. It should have a proper home. Any suggestions as to where would be the best place or individual? Thank you.
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