Class of 1957
Hank Darlington ’57 rides bike from California to Boston In California, Hank Darlington ’57 is known as a retired businessman. In professional circles, he’s known as a consultant on the kitchen and bathroom industry, and as the former owner of The Plumbery. To other people, he’s known as the septuagenarian who rode his bike across [...]
Still pitching, Dick Fitzgerald ’57 has won more than 600 baseball games His constant companion has been with Dick Fitzgerald ’57 throughout the years and across many miles. For the past six decades plus, he has tossed this companion away well over one million times; every time it has come back to him. Baseball has [...]
At least 15 brothers will tailgate, watch football game, and dine afterward Phi Delta Theta alumni from the classes of 1955-58 are getting together at Homecoming. Norig “Skip” Ellison ’57 and Donald L. Mitchell ’56 have helped organize the event. Fifteen alumni, as well as spouses, plan to attend. The reunion will begin at 10 [...]
Collection was stamped and postmarked on 200th anniversary of his birth in 1957 The Office of Alumni Affairs, in conjunction with the Class of 1957, is offering alumni the opportunity to purchase one of the framed commemorative envelopes honoring the Marquis de Lafayette. On Sept. 6, 1957, the 200th birthday of the Marquis, Ray Jacoby [...]
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