23 The Class of 1923 celebrates its 75th reunion on June 5­7, 1998.
Olin O. Stansbury, PhB’23, would be delighted to hear from “any member of the Class of 1923 who may still inhabit this best of all possible worlds.” Write to him at 1232 Smokey Row Lane, Carmel, IN 46033-1949.

26 Lucy Lamon Merriam, PhB’26, wrote in October that she was in good health, was enjoying life in a retirement condominium, and would be spending her November birthday—her 93rd—visiting Mexico with her family. Merriam would love to hear from college friends. At 92, Eva Wayman Weber, PhB’26, lives in a Greenwood, IN, retirement home, where she volunteers in the library. She writes, “After doing social work for years, I continue to listen to people’s problems and still enjoy my education.”

28 The Class of 1928 celebrates its 70th reunion on June 5­7, 1998.
Dorothea Lowenstein Zittenfield, PhB’28, celebrated her 90th birthday in July by “going to work as usual.” She works part time at the Music Center of Los Angeles.

29 Leslie J. Flora, PhB’29, enjoys playing piano for an audience that now includes “a group of golf ladies” from the local golf club in Oakville, Ontario. Charlotte Greer Howard, SB’29, SM’31, reports that she and her husband sold their home in Traverse City, MI, and moved to “a very desirable retirement arrangement” in Sun City West, AZ. Laura Kyes McCrory, PhB’29, announces the July 4, 1996, birth of two great-grandchildren. The twin sisters joined their brother, T.J. “Already they are characters!” she writes. “Such fun.”

30 Albert H. (Elenbogen) Allen, LLB’30, began practicing law in Chicago in 1930, has lived in California since 1933, and is a partner in the law firm Allen & Fasman in Beverly Hills. An avid sculptor in marble, Allen has one of his works included in the collection of the U of C’s Smart Museum of Art. Also a sailor, he raced to Hawaii three times in the 1960s and ’70s and continues to sail nearly once a week. John E. Menzies, PhB’30, of southern Arizona, enjoys traveling on cruises and sends “best wishes to anyone who might remember me.”

31 Arthur R. Cahill, PhB’31, who celebrated his 90th birthday on July 7, writes that he is the “sole survivor” of the autumn 1927 Psi Upsilon pledge class from the Class of 1931. Arthur C. Hornung, SB’31, SM’33, see 1952, Gilbert C. Hornung.

33 The Class of 1933 celebrates its 65th reunion on June 5­7, 1998.
Ross B. Whitney, PhB’33, MBA’59, is “working hard” at keeping his golf handicap down.

34 Belle Korshak Goldstrich, PhB’34, who celebrated her 85th birthday in November, writes, “Time seems to have flown by all too fast. My pleasant recollections of days spent at the University are so vivid, it hardly seems possible that it was more than 60 years ago.”

35 In June 1997, Franklin D. Carr, SB’35, completed a two-year term as president of the residents’ association at Presbyterian Village East in New Baltimore, MI.

36 Having recently moved from Long Beach, CA, to Redmond, WA, Norman W. Masterson, AB’36, continues to enjoy playing golf—and the ukulele.

37 Caroline Hutcheson Acree, AB’37, AM’40, of Norwalk, OH, is active in the Methodist church and the AAUW. After a heart attack and angioplasty last June, Mary V. Harris, AM’37, decided to move into a retirement community—“but one near enough to Swarthmore to keep up my usual interests.” After attending his 60th U of C reunion in June, D. Throop Vaughan, AB’37, took an August cruise to Alaska, passing through Juneau, Ketchikan, Skagway, and Anchorage.

38 The Class of 1938 celebrates its 60th reunion on June 5­7, 1998.
In January, the University of Southern California held a retrospective concert of works by Ellis B. Kohs, AM’38, in honor of his 80th birthday. The program included premieres of two works: the Macbeth Suite for piano and a parody of Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” from Kohs’s “Kafka-based” opera, Amerika. The City of London Ballet plans to use Kohs’s String Quartet No. 2—which the Paganini String Quartet premiered in 1953—for a work recently choreographed by Adam Cooper of London’s Matthew Bourne Company.  Helen Linder Myers, AB’38, chairs the board of the Scripps College Fine Arts Foundation and also chairs the foreign-relations committee for the Claremont AAUW chapter. Myers and her husband traveled in France for a month last year, visiting Toulouse, Bordeaux, and Paris.
College alumni, please send your news to: George C. McElroy, AB’38, AM’39, 1411 E. 54th Place, Chicago, IL 60615-5404. Phone: 773/288-4918 (h).

39 David Kritchevsky, SB’39, SM’42, presented the opening lecture for the Pregl Kolloquiem series last year at the University of Graz in Austria.

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