South Carolina Mini-reunion at the Citadel Game, 20 September 2008

Mike Conway reports as follows:

We had a good turnout at our South Carolina mini-reunion for The Citadel game. In the top photo, front row from the left, Cookie Krongard '61, Jay "Trey" Howson, Frank "Hunky" Szvetecz, Bob "The King" Briggs, Dick "Spider" George, Mike "Boomah" Ippolito, Bill "Willymac" McMillan; second row, Gordon "Batch" Batcheller, Chris George, Mike "Dobbah" Conway, Phyllis Conway, Christian Conway (2016?), Banner Hughes, Dick "Hugs" Hughes, John "Kliney" Klineberg, and Bob "Brum" Brumfield. This picture was taken at a Charleston restaurant after the game, but the weekend was very ably hosted by Hugs and Banner at Seabrook Island. From the bottom picture, taken as we departed from the Hughes' home for the game, you can see that some of us felt we were ready to suit up and play; in the second half, that may have been a good idea. We have adopted Cookie, a regular attendee, into our class. A significant amount of time was well-spent prior to dinner toasting the long list of fallen among us. Regards, Dobbah

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