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Charles Sydney Hopkinson
Arthur Shurcliffe has sent us news of a new book about his maternal grandfather Charles Sydney Hopkinson.
Katharine Redmond has sent us news of David Roberts, which you can read here.
Class Tailgate at the Harvard-Cornell Game
October 8, 2016
Kickoff at 1:00 PM, Tailgate at 10:30 AM
Gene Skowonski sends this update on the tailgate at the Harvard-Cornell Game:
Just a quick update on our Class tailgate at the Harvard-Cornell football game in Cambridge on October 8, 2016. The response has been very good to date. 19 classmates and guests have signed up so far. Our group right now is as follows:
•John and Rose Ashby
•Jim and Deborah Burrows
•Jim and Ellie Craver
•Alice and Tony Davies
•The party of John Howe (7 people)
Daniel Howe, ‘59
Sandra Howe, ‘60
John Howe, ‘65
Nermin Hasanovic, ‘20
Rachel Howe (daughter)
Amanda Howe Johnson
•Kevin McCullough and girlfriend Valerie
It appears very likely that we will achieve the 20 people necessary for the reduced ticket price. Accordingly, the ticket price will probably be $15.00 per adult with children under 12 and students at $5.00 per person. The cost of the tailgate for the food and beverage will be approximately $15.00 to $20.00 per person.
The details in the tailgate were set forth in the earlier email. The tailgate will be held in the parking lot directly behind the closed end of the Stadium, a great location. We will have simple tailgate fare consisting of grinder sandwiches, potato chips, brownies, beer, wine, water and soft drinks. We will have our traditional Class Toast and sing our 50th Reunion medley of Harvard football songs. All are welcome! The tailgate will be casual and informal with the emphasis on fun and camaraderie. We have excellent seats on about the 20-yard line near the Harvard Band where we can enjoy its great music during and after the game.
The Harvard football team is off to a very good start with solid victories over Rhode Island and Brown. Cornell is undefeated with a 2-0 record including a 27-13 victory over Yale on Saturday. It promises to be a very good game with important Ivy League Championship implications. Cornell is vastly improved over last year and it will be a very hard-fought game. Harvard is an interesting team and exciting to watch. Our quarterback, Joe Viviano, III, a highly-touted recruit who has been sidelined with injuries most of the last three seasons, is healthy and is doing a great job. Once again, Harvard has a high octane offense with a very good quarterback, an excellent corps of receivers, fine runners and a very good offensive line. They are aggressive, imaginative and creative. They are a blast to watch! The defense is solid.
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Born into a World at War
Thanks to the tireless efforts of Maria Tymoczko a second edition of Born into a World at War is now available. You can read about it in the Web version of the email we sent out in December, and you can order copies at the University of Massachusetts Press.
Want to order a class photo? You can do so online at panfoto.com.
REPORT FROM HASTY PUDDING THEATRICALS 168
“That 1770s Show!”
As previously mentioned, our Class attended HPT 168, “That 1770s Show”, at a matinee performance on February 20, 2016 followed by dinner at John Harvard’s Brewery and Ale House. 17 classmates and guests attended. You can find a full report here (login required).
50th Reunion: It was a great party; thanks to all who attended.
You can see the schedule for the reunion here.
There is a handy page describing the major events of the Reunion.
The Reunion Brochure, which was handed out at the Reunion is also online.
The Class Survey
Log in to view the survey results.
Spring in the Yard
The snow is finally gone and Buildings and Grounds (well, maybe it's Landscape Services now) are busy getting things ready for Commencement. What a difference three months makes.
What is this site?
This is the Class Web site for the Harvard-Radcliffe Class of '65. It is maintained by members of the class. Most features of this site are available only to classmates. This includes classmate profiles, books published by classmates, classmate creative works, and an interactive map of where we live. So please register now! (Registration here is separate from registration on Harvard's alumni web site, Alumni.Harvard.edu - the old post.harvard.edu.)
First of all your classmates! The site has profiles and pictures of your classmates; information on who's coming to the reunion; a display of books and creative works by classmates; an open forum for discussion; photographs from past reunions; and lots more.
Here's how to register for hr65.org:
- Click on the register link at the bottom of the left-hand column of this page;
- Fill out and submit the registration form;
- You will receive an email asking you to click on a link to confirm that your email address is correct.
Once you have completed these steps, the site will notify the Webmaster and he will approve your registration. After your registration has been approved you will receive an email notifying you that your registration is complete and you will then be able to log on and use the rest of the site.