Given as I was to social insecurity and (perhaps consequently) to solitary pursuits and furry companionship, my membership in school and other clubs came pretty generally at somebody else’s initiative. Like, for example, the National Forensic League (public speaking club).
The Science and Engineering Club, advised by math and physics teacher Don Lundy, was a pretty obvious membership for a math-science major with long-term academic pretensions. So, here I am. All the same, I can’t say that I recall any specific meeting or activity. The kids in this yearbook shot were among my acquaintances, some (Hap Cardwell and Dave Ulrich) dating back to our days at Elizabeth Bradley, and several were current Key Clubbers, but none were then in my very restricted circle of intimates. If, indeed I can properly be said to have had any.
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