Ed Bittar has had an interesting career as a professor (now emeritus) of physiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His family consists of wife, three daughters, and a son. They all have great musical abilities, playing violin and oboe. They’re not amateurs, just good musicians who teach and play. * Speaking of talent, our class musician has been John Linscott of Portland, Maine. He’s written another musical, complete with costuming and dance, which will launch in spring 2014, hopefully all the way to Broadway! Good luck, John. Keep us informed. * I recently had the pleasure of meeting Charlie Tobin on Cape Cod. Charlie has owned and run the Old Wharf Inn in Dennisport for 42 years. He looks great and invites Colby-ites to visit him when possible. In the fall he’ll return to Sun City, where he relaxes with friends. Keep it up Charlie! * We heard again from the illustrious Richard Bowen. After many years in the public sector, he’ll retire from his activities involving the youth of Lawrence, Mass. I’m sure that he has left a lot of fond memories of saving the youth from all the things they were concerned with over the years. Good luck for your future, Richard. * Walt Russell and I share daily e-mails, and we are determined to make big changes in our Washington representation, for the good of patriots. * Bill Ashbaugh has developed a new career of repairing collectible computers. He also drives his motorbike, along with his wife, sometimes 25 to 50 miles—it sure beats walking. * I want to thank all our classmates for sending along some personal info and thoughts about Colby. I hope George Wales and Ted Shiro will keep on moving on the sports roads, even for a walk now and then. Remember Colby in your will and have a wonderful fall season.