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Vol. 112, No. 10

Inbox 2010-2011

A service for RFK

In response to: Reunions 2010

By Fred Waage ’65 *71

Published in the September 22, 2010 issue

Considering your excellent coverage of the contentious 1970 Commencement (feature, July 7), it was startling to read in an editor’s note that in 1968 “most Reunions events were canceled due to the death of Robert F. Kennedy.” That’s not the way I remember it. What I remember...

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Combining faith, work

In response to: Reunions 2010

By Margaret Benefiel ’75

Published in the September 22, 2010 issue

I was disappointed that PAW didn’t cover “Civilizing the Economy: A New Way of Understanding Business Enterprise?” held on campus April 9. Convened by the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative, the daylong event drew nearly 200 participants and featured 17 world-class...

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Martin's '98 connection

In response to: A cartoonist's gift

By Love Zubiller ’98

Published in the September 22, 2010 issue

Many thanks for your ­article on ­cartoonist Henry ­Martin ’48 (Alumni Scene, May 12). However, it did not mention Mr. Martin’s other class affiliation. He received an honorary degree from the Class of 1998 at our fifth reunion, which was also his 55th. Mr. Martin not only...

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A family challenge

By Herb Hobler ’44

Published in the September 22, 2010 issue

In his July 7 column, 1936 class secretary Edgar Spencer noted the death of his classmate, William C. Earhart, concluding that “his 11 children may be a Princeton record.” That surely was a big family, but no equal to that of Princeton residents Tink and Joe Bolster ’48, who...

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From the Archives

In response to: From The Archives

By David R. Thomson ’47

Published in the September 22, 2010 issue

Re the From the Archives photo (June 2): I graduated in February 1949. I distinctly remember President Dodds’ address. It was in Alexander Hall.

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