It has been about five months since reunion, but I still have a few notes from over the summer. John Lee said he regretted not seeing Rocky Applebaum and Ken Castonguay. The last time he saw Rocky was at Camp Kilmer, N.J., in 1953. Ken and John were in the same group from Maine. John had also run into Rick Tyler, Paul Ostrove, Frank Piacentini, and Dick Cole ’55. John said, “We could have been an all-Colby fighting squad.” In July John was back in Maine for two great weeks on North Pond, Belgrade Lakes, and also took a side trip to see the magnificent art museum on campus. In October he sailed through the Panama Canal. * Loretta “Tommi” Thompson Staples regretted missing reunion as she thinks of classmates frequently, most of them in her memory at age 21. * Ginnie Falkenbury Aronson spent the summer staying in the United States, visiting friends and relatives. * Alan Whittaker wrote that many classmates would not remember him since he attended Colby from 1949 to 1951, then left for four years to join the Air Force during the Korean War. Following his discharge he returned, married, and lived at the vets’ apartments from 1955 to 1957, the same years I was there with “Pete.” After graduation Alan received an M.B.A. and became a hospital administrator, a career from which he has now retired. He has four daughters and five grandchildren, all living on the East Coast. He’s done some traveling in the past but now feels content to mind the home and his pet Maine coon cats. * Ted Lallier sent a long note about fishing memories in Maine and highlights of trips to the Virgin Islands. During the spring, summer, and fall months he and his wife, Erna, go to their house at Swift River, N.H., with views of the Wild Ammonoosuc and the White Mountains. They enjoy seeing the wildlife and birds there. Their lucky guests often enjoy the river, swimming through or over the falls; some pan for gold. What nice relaxation from suburban business and stresses. * I had an interesting phone call from Bob Manger from Connecticut. He said he remembered Nelson Beveridge across the hall from him on the old campus. Bob was a Zete from 1950 to 1951 and then left Colby after a bout with mono. He went on to RPI but was drafted into the U.S. Army, ending up at Fort Devens, Fort Monmouth radar school, and Aberdeen basic training. All these moves proved lucky for him in the future. Next he went to Redstone, Ala., for the ICBM ballistic missile training and then on to White Sands, N.M., for missile repair training. In 1953 he received his military discharge and went on to Yale to major in physics. He worked on and tested accelerators and was promoted to head technician. Next in view was the University of Bridgeport, where Bob earned an engineering degree summa cum laude. Now he and his brother manage a die casting company that was started by their father.