Yale University

Class Notes

September/October 2005

by Tony Lavely

Class news during the summer has been sparse, but I report what we have received.

Doane Perry wrote that Mike Price's art gallery was on the cover of the Boston Globe Calendar for June 16 - 22: "Sun and Shadow. Spanish painter Eva Navarro exhibiting at MPG Contemporary."

Jeremy Wood reported that there was a large contingent of classmates at the Andover 1960 45th Reunion: Tony Lee and Wally Winter served as reunion organizers. Nick Danforth led a fascinating panel on "Fathers & Sons." Sheldon Leader won the distance prize, coming from England. Dorsey Gardner and Laird Smith returned to Andover for their first reunion. We'll look for all of these classmates at our 45th class reunion, being chaired by Waldo Johnston.

Bob Sexton continues to lead the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence. He wrote an excellent piece in their newsletter, Perspectives, entitled "High Schools Out of Date, Failing to Prepare Students."

Crossover classmate Dick Niglio attended the 1965 40th reunion in June, with brother, Jay.

Please check our class web site (www.yale64.org) ― so ably maintained by Sam Francis ― for news on a more regular basis, and please e-mail me directly with any items for the next issue of Class Notes.