Distinguished Alumni

Government

Members in Congress

Senator C. William Nelson II, Yale ’65 // Florida
Senator Richard G. Lugar, Denison ’54 // Indiana
Senator John W. Warner, Washington & Lee ’50 // Virginia
Representative John M. Spratt Jr., Davidson ’64 // S. Carolina
Representative Zachary T. Space, Kenyon ’83 // Ohio

Former United States Congressmen

Senator Donald L. Nickles, Oklahoma State ’71 // Oklahoma
Senator Mark O. Hatfield, Willamette ’43 // Oregon
Representative Thomas H. Boggs Sr., Tulane ’35 (dec.) // Louisiana
Representative Richard A. Gephardt, Northwestern ’62 // Missouri
Representative Craig T. James, Florida ’63 // Florida
Representative Robert (Bob) Franks, DePauw ’73 // New Jersey
Representative Steven Gunderson, Wisconsin ’73 // Wisconsin
Representative Frank Neville Ikard, Texas ’32 // Texas
Representative Thomas G. Loeffler, Texas ’71 // Texas
Representative James G. Martin, Davidson ’57 // North Carolina
Representative Richard D. Nichols, Kansas State ’51 // Kansas
Representative John J. Rhodes, Kansas State ’38 (dec.) // Arizona
Representative Charles G. Rose III, Davidson ’61 // N. Carolina
Representative Daniel Schaefer, South Dakota ’58 // Colorado
Representative Philip R. Sharp, DePauw ’64 // Indiana
Representative Dennis A. Smith, Willamette ’60 // Oregon
Representative Mike Synar, Oklahoma ’74 (dec.) // Oklahoma
Representative Jamie L. Whitten, Mississippi ’33 (dec.) // Mississippi

Former United States Governors

Anthony S. Earl, Michigan State ’58 // Wisconsin
John Brown Gordon, Georgia 1854 // Georgia
A. Linwood Holton, Washington & Lee ’45 // Virginia
Brereton C. Jones, Virginia ’61 // Kentucky
Raymond E. Mabus, Mississippi ’69 // Mississippi
Arch A. Moore, West Virginia ’51 // West Virginia
James G. Martin, Davidson ’57 // North Carolina

Former High-ranking U.S. Officials

William J. Perry, Carnegie Mellon ’49 // Secretary of Defense

Former Supreme Court Justices

William O. Douglas, Whitman 1920 (dec.) // 1939-1975
John M. Harlan, Centre 1850 (dec.) // 1877-1911
Joseph R. Lamar, Bethany 1877 & Washington and Lee 1878 (dec.) // 1911-1916
Horace H. Lurton, Cumberland 1867 (dec.) // 1910-1914
Willis Van Devanter, DePauw 1881 (dec.) // 1911-1937
William B. Woods, Western Reserve 1841 (dec.) // 1881-1887

Federal Judges

Ralph G. Thompson, Oklahoma ’56 // Oklahoma
Charles H. Haden II, West Virginia ’58 (dec.) // West Virginia
Stephen N. Limbaugh Sr., Missouri ’51 // Missouri
Dickran M. Tevrizian Jr., USC ’62 // California

Canadian Officials

John Russell Schram, Western Ontario ’62/Toronto ’65 // Amb., Sierra Leone High Commissioner, Ghana
John N.W. Turner, British Columbia ’49 // Former Prime Minister
Former Canadian Provincial Premiers
David Peterson, Western Ontario ’64 // Ontario
Michael F. Harcourt, British Columbia ’64 // British Columbia

United States Ambassadors

David C. Mulford, Lawrence ’59 // India
Eric M. Javits, Columbia ’52 // Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

Former United States Ambassadors

John S. Cooper, Centre ’22/Yale ’23 (dec.) // India, Nepal, East Germany
Robert H. Phinny, North Carolina ’45 // Swaziland
Glen A. Holden, Oregon ’51 // Jamaica
Robert G. Rich, Florida ’52 // Belize
John E. Dolibois, Miami ’42 // Luxembourg
Joseph S. Farland, West Virginia ’38 // Iran and Pakistan

College/University Officials

College Presidents

William L. Fox, St. Lawrence ’75 // St. Lawrence
Steven B. Sample, Illinois ’62 // Southern California

Former College Presidents

Peter H. Armacost, Denison ’57 // Echerd College
Paul E. Bragdon, Amherst ’50 // Reed College
Nicholas L. Henry, Centre ’65 // Georgia Southern
William H. Capitan, Michigan ’54 // Georgia Southwestern
John P. Crecine, Carnegie Mellon ’61 // Georgia Tech
William H. Danforth, Westminster ’48 // Washington
James J. Duderstadt, Yale ’64 // Michigan
Robin Hugh Farquhar, British Columbia ’60 // Carleton
Nicholas L. Henry, Centre ’65 // Georgia Southern
Frank N. Ikard, Texas ’34 (dec.) // Texas
Allen K. Jackson, Denver ’54 // Huntington College
William G. Caples, Kenyon ’30 (dec.) /// Kenyon
Deane W. Malott, Kansas ’21 (dec.) // Cornell
David T. McLaughlin, Dartmouth ’54 (dec.) // Dartmouth College
David G. Marshall, Western Ontario ’71 // Nipissing University
Franklin D. Murphy, Kansas ’36 (dec.) // Kansas/UCLA
Fredric W. Ness, Dickinson ’33 (dec.) // Fresno State
Edgar F. Shannon Jr., Washington & Lee ’39 (dec.) // Virginia
Joel P. Smith, Beloit ’55 // Denison
Samuel Weese, West Virginia ’57 // American College
Thomas B. Courtice, Ohio Wesleyan // Ohio Wesleyan
John W. Moore, Rutgers ’61 // Indiana State

Arts/Entertainment

William Anderson, Whitman ’51 // (Adam West) Actor — Batman
James Arness, Beloit ’46 // Actor — Gunsmoke
James E. Brunzell, Minnesota ’71 // Professional writer; Killerbees
John W. Considine III, UCLA ’57 // Actor — The Young and the Restless, Another World
James M. DeBlasis, Carnegie Mellon ’59 // General Director, Cincinnati Opera
Arthur A. Hall, Virginia Tech ’90 // Sports Artist/Illustrator
H. Richard Hornberger Jr., Bowdoin ’45 (dec.) // Author — M*A*S*H
Kermit H. Hunter, Ohio ’31 (dec.) // Author, Encyclopedia Britannica
Ken E. Kesey, Oregon ’57 (dec.) // Author — One Flew Over The Cukoo Nest
William (Billy) Moses, Wesleyan ’82 // Actor — Melrose Place
George W. Peppard Jr., Purdue ’52 (dec.) // Actor — A&E’s Detective Hour & The A Team
Robert B. Perham, St. Lawrence ’52 (dec.) // (Jeremy Slate) Actor — The Lawnmower Man
Stephen J. Sondheim, Williams ’50 // Composer, Broadway Hit West Side Story
Rich Taylor, Oklahoma ’71 // VP, Walt Disney Entertainment-Walt Disney World
Richard K. Wilson, Washington ’78 // (Richard Karn) Actor — Home Improvement
Brian White, Dartmouth ’95 // Actor — Stomp the Yard, The Game Plan, Mr. 3000
Ned Brower, Southern Methodist ’98 // Drummer — Rooney
Shaw Wilson, Kansas ’82 // Drummer, Back-up Vocalist — BR549
Rivers Rutherford, Mississippi ’89 // Songwriter-Singer
Robb Weller, Washington ’72 // Television Personality — Entertainment Tonight; Win, Lose or Draw
Jay Chandrasekhar, Colgate ’90 // Director — Beerfest, The Dukes of Hazzard, Club Dread, Super Troopers
Pat Green, Texas Tech ’95 // Country Music Artist

Other Prominent Betas (may include past career titles)

Joe M. Allbaugh, Oklahoma State ’74 // Director/F.E.M.A.
Joseph P. Allen IV, DePauw ’59 // Astronaut/Space Flight Executive
Robert Ave, DePauw ’54 // President, Lorillard
John Bakewell, Jr., Cal-Berkeley 1893 (dec.) // Architects
Thomas A. Bartlett, Williamette ’51 // Rhodes Scholar/Chancellor, Univ. of Alabama System
James K. Batten, Davidson ’57 (dec.) // President, Knight Ridder Newspapers
George F. Baughman, Florida ’37 (dec.) // President, The College Foundation
Stephen D. Bechtel Sr., Calif. ’23 (dec.) // Chairman & CEO, Bechtel Group
Eugene N. Beesley, Wabash ’29 (dec.) // Former Chairman of the Board, Eli Lilly & Co.
Thomas M. Begel, Missouri ’64 // Chairman & CEO, Pullman-Peabody Co.
Charles E. Bennison Jr., Lawrence ’65 (dec.) // Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania
James D. Berry, Oklahoma ’44 (dec.) // Chairman, Republic Bank Corp.
Robert M. Best, Ohio Wesleyan ’44 // Chairman & CEO, Security Mutual Life
William J. Bowerman, Oregon ’33 (dec.) // Founder, Nike
Thom Brennaman, Ohio ’86 // Sports Broadcaster
Arthur M. Brown Jr., Cal-Berkeley 1896 (dec.) // Architects
Fred E. Brown, Oklahoma ’34 (dec.) // Chairman & CEO, J & W Seligman & Co.
Kenneth D. Cameron, MIT ’71 // Space Shuttle Flight Commander
Walter P. Chrysler, Dartmouth ’33 (dec.) // Philanthropist
James A. Collins, UCLA ’49 // Chairman & CEO, Collins Food Intl.
William E. Cornelius, Missouri ’53 // President & CEO, Union Electric Co.
Douglas. S. Cramer, Cincinnati ’53 // Executive Producer, A. Spelling Productions
Louis P. Dehner, Wash.-St. Louis ’62 // Dir. of Anatomic Pathology, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Pat Dix, Cornell ’65 // President, Dix Corporation
David A. Duffield, Cornell ’62 // President, CEO, Founder PeopleSoft, Inc.
Richard J. Durrell, Minnesota ’50 // Former Publisher, People Magazine
C. Christopher Epting, Florida ’69 // Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Iowa
Charles H. Erhart, Yale ’49 // Chairman, W.R. Grace Corporation
William T. Esrey, Denison ’61 // President & CEO, United Telecom/CEO Sprint Corp.
Gene L. (Red) Estes, Oregon ’59 // Head Track & Field Coach, Fresno State
William W. Falsgraf, Amherst ’55 // President, American Bar Association
William H. Fetridge, N’western ’30 (dec.) // Chairman, Dartnell Corporation
Enfield (Flicky) Ford, Vanderbilt ’50 (dec.) // Former Illustrator, TIME
Chet Forte, Columbia ’57 (dec.) // Former TV Director – ABC Monday Night Football
Steve Fox, Dartmouth ’70 // ABC News Reporter/Special Correspondent
Gerald W. Fronterhouse, Oklahoma ’58 // President, Republic Bank Corporation
John V. (Jack) Geraghty, Washington ’56 // Major, City of Spokane, Washington
Thomas P. Gerrity, MIT ’63 // Former Dean, Wharton School of Business
James A. Greer Jr., DePauw ’65 // President & CEO, CareNet Systems
Harry R. (Bob) Haldeman, UCLA ’48 (dec.) // Former President Nixon’s Chief of Staff
Robert Hall Haynes, Western Ontario ’53 (dec.) // President, Royal Society of Canada
Gavin Herbert Jr. Southern California ’55 // Founder & CEO Allergan Pharmacueticals
Weldon B. (Hoot) Gibson, Wash. St. ’38 (dec.) // Senior Director, Stanford Research Institute
Stephen Goldsmith, Wabash ’68 // Mayor, Indianapolis
Jeffrey L. Grayson, Oregon ’64 // Investment Banker
W. Grant Gregory, Nebraska ’63 // Chairman, Touche Ross & Co.
Richard E. Heckert, Miami ’45 // Chairman, E.I. Dupont DE Nemours & Co.
Harold S. Hook, Missouri ’53 // Chairman, American General Corp.
Larry D. Horner, Kansas ’56 // Board of Directors United Way of America
Charles (Chuck) Howard, Duke ’55 (dec.) // ABC Broadcaster
W. Herbert Hunt, Washington & Lee ’51 // President, Hunt Energy
Joel Hyatt, Dartmouth ’72 // Founder, Hyatt Legal Services
Edgar F. Kaiser, Stanford ’65 // Chairman, Bank of British Columbia
Charles A. Keeler, Cal-Berkeley 1893 (dec.) // Director, California Academy of Sciences
Ted D. Kellner, Wisconsin ’69 // Investments/philanthropy
Francis B. Kemp, Davidson ’63 (dec.) // President, NCNB Corp.
R. Crosby Kemper, Missouri ’50 // Chairman & CEO, Utd. Missouri Bancshares
Parker S. Kennedy, Southern California’70 // CEO American Corp.
J. Robert Killpack, Miami ’46 (dec.) // Chairman & CEO, National City Corp.
Charles D. Koch, MIT ’57 (dec.) // Chairman & CEO, Koch Industries
William Koch, MIT ’62 // Skipper and Champion America’s Cup
Carl A. Kroch, Cornell ’35 // Former Owner, Kroch’s & Brentano’s Bookstore
Robert F. Lehman, Indiana ’65 // President & CEO, Fetzer Institute
J. Hugh Liedtke, Amherst ’42 (dec.) // Former CEO/Board Member, Pennzoil Oil Co.
Howard M. Love, Colgate ’52 // Chairman & CEO, National Steel Corp
Robert H. Malott, Kansas ’48 // Chairman & CEO, FMC Corp.
Geoffrey S. Mason, Duke ’63 // Executive Producer, ESPN
Hugh L. McColl Jr., North Carolina ’57 // CEO, Bank of America
Charles S. Mechem Jr., Miami ’52 // Chairman, Taft Broadcasting/Commissioner L.P.G.A.
Stephen R. Miller, USC ’66 // President, Dean Witter Reynolds
Edward P. Morgan, Whitman ’32 (dec.) // News Commentator
Cruse W. Moss, Ohio ’48 // Chairman & CEO, General Automotive Corp.
Blake W. Nordstrom, Washington ’82 // President, Nordstroms, Inc.
Bruce A. Nordstrom, Washington ’55 // CEO, Nordstroms, Inc.
Erik B. Nordstrom, Washington ’85 // Co-Chairman, Nordstroms, Inc.
John N. Nordstrom, Washington ’58 // Co-Chairman, Nordstroms, Inc.
Peter E. Nordstrom, Washington ’84 // Co-Chairman, Nordstroms, Inc.
Raymond F. O’Brien, Missouri ’48 // Chairman, Consolidated Freightways
Terrence O’Flaherty, California ’39 // TV Critic, San Francisco Chronicle (ret.)
John Opel, Westminster ‘// Former President, IBM
Russell E. Palmer, Michigan State ’56 // Dean, Wharton School of Business
William Pennington, Cal/Berkeley ’45 // Co-founder, Circus Circus
Donald E. Petersen, Washington ’46 // Chairman & CEO, Ford Motor Co. (ret.)
Loring P. Rixford, Cal-Berkeley 1894 (dec.) // Architects
George A. Roberts, Carnegie Mellon ’39 // Chairman, Teledyne Corporation (ret.)
James Rootes, Clemson ’88 // GM, Columbus Crew Major League Soccer
Ed Roski Jr., USC ’68 // Owner, Los Angeles Kings Hockey Team/Realtor
James E. Sellers, Miami ’86 // President, Wentworth Military Academy
Theodore J. Semrod, Oklahoma ’63 // Chairman, United Jersey Bank
Charles E. Schroeder, Dartmouth ’57 // Chairman, Blvd. Bank National Association
Frank A. Shrontz, Idaho ’53 // Chairman/Emeritus and CEO, The Boeing Corp.
Lee H. Scott, Florida ’49 // President & CEO, Florida Power
Tom W. Scott Jr., Texas ’62 // Chairman, Alabama Hospital Assn.
Col. Richard (Misty) Shoop, Denison ’41 (dec.) // Composer, alumni volunteer, former Gen. Sec.
David A. Smith, Tennessee Tech ’93 // Educator
Robert M. Snow, Case ’59 // President & CEO, Infodex, Inc.
Warren Staley, Kansas State ’65 // CEO, Cargill, Inc.
Col. Charles R. Stribling III, Missouri ’49 // President, Missouri Military Academy (ret.)
Harold W. Sweatt, Minnesota 1913 (dec.) // Founder, Honeywell
Richard L. Thomas, Kenyon ’53 // President, First National Bank of Chicago
G. Kennedy Thompson, North Carolina ’73 // President, CEO, Chairman of the Board, Wachovia Corp.
Richard G. Tilghman, Virginia ’63 // President & CEO, Crestar Bank
G. Robert Truex, Rutgers ’49 (dec.) // Chairman & CEO, Rainier National Bank
Sam Walton, Missouri ’40 (dec.) // Founder, Wal-Mart
Paul J. Weitz, Penn State ’54 // Former astronaut/Space Center Director
Robert M. Weller, Washington ’72 // Host — Entertainment Tonight
Alfred P. West, Georgia Tech ’64 // Chairman and CEO, SEI Investments
Edward Whittemore, Columbia ’45 (dec.) // Chairman & CEO, American Brands
Thornton A. Wilson Jr., Iowa State ’42 (dec.) // Emeritus, The Boeing Co.
Alden P. Yates, Stanford ’50 (dec.) // President Bechtel Group
Phil Yeckel, Missouri ’32 (dec.) // Owner, Hidden Valley Ranch
Christopher Dewolfe, Washington ’88 // CEO and Co-Founder, MySpace.com

Sports

Olympic Medal Winners

Joe Bottom, USC ‘// 100 butterfly (1976 silver)
Harold Herman Brix, Washington ’28 (dec.) // shot put (1928 silver)
Peter Cipollone, UC-Berkeley ’93 // rowing (2004 gold)
Bob Clotworthy, Ohio State ’54 // springboard diving (1956 gold, 1952 bronze)
Don Cohan, Amherst ’51 // yachting (1972 bronze)
Leroy B. Cochran, Indiana ’41 (dec.) // 440 hurdles (1948 gold), mile relay (1948 gold)
Mel Counts, Oregon State ’64 // basketball (1964 gold)
Charlie Doe, Stanford ’20 (dec.) // rugby (1924 and 1920 gold)
Eddie P. F. Eagan, Denver/Yale ’20 (dec.) // boxing 178-lb. (1920 gold) and bobsleeding (1932 gold)
John Ferris, Stanford ’71 // 200 M (1968 bronze), 200 butterfly (1968 bronze)
Jeff Float, USC ’83 // 4×200 freestyle relay (1984 gold)
Bruce Furniss, USC ’79 // 200 freestyle (1976 gold), 4×200 freestyle relay (1976 gold)
Steve Furniss, USC ’75 / 200 IM (1972 bronze)
Dan Greenbaum, USC ’92 // volleyball (1992 bronze)
V. Arthur Griffin, Oklahoma State (A&M) ’24 // wrestling coach (gold 1948)
Ed Hamm, Georgia Tech ’29 (dec.) // long jump (1928 gold)
George Harrison, Stanford ’61 // 4×200 freestyle relay (1960 gold)
Alan Helffrich, Penn State ’25 (dec.) // mile relay (1924 gold)
Brian Job, Stanford ’73 // 200 breaststroke (1968 bronze)
George H. Kojac, Rutgers ’31 (dec.) // 100 backstroke (1928 gold), 4 x 200 free relay (1928 gold)
Jerry Lucas, Ohio State ’62 // basketball (1960 gold)
Charles McGinnis, Wisconsin ’27 (dec.) // pole vault (1928 bronze)
John L. Miller, Yale ’24 (dec.) // rowing (1924 gold-eight oars)
Lowell O. North, Cal-Berkeley ’71 // yachting “470” (1968 gold, 1964 bronze)
John Parker, Stanford ’70 // water polo (1972 bronze)
Bob Pearce, Oklahoma State ’31 (dec.) // wrestling 125-lb. (1932 gold)
Pat Powers, USC ’80 // volleyball (1984 gold)
Ed Rimkus, St. Lawrence ’37 (dec.) // bobsledding (1948 gold)
Murray I. Rose, USC ’61 // 400 freestyle (1956 gold), 1500 free (1956 gold, 1960 silver), 4×200 free relay (1956 gold, 1960 bronze)
Richard Roth, Stanford ’69 // 400 IM (1964 gold)
Harlow Rothert, Stanford ’30 (dec.) // shot put (1932 silver)
John Shadden, USC ’87 // yachting (1988 bronze)
Gary Sheerer, Stanford ’68 // water polo (1972 bronze)
Kevin Still, UCLA ’82 // rowing-coxed pairs (1984 bronze)
William G. Thompson, California-Berkeley ’29 (dec.) // rowing-eight oars (1928 gold)

Professional Baseball

Eddie Collins, Columbia 1907 (dec.) // Hall of Fame/career .333 hitter
Ethan Allen, Cincinnati ’26 (dec.) // Career .300 hitter
Leland (Larry) MacPhail, Beloit 1910 (dec.) // Brooklyn Dodgers Owner/GM; Hall of Fame/Introduced night games
Bill Veeck, Kenyon ’36 (dec.) // (Called baseball’s great innovator) Hall of Fame/Owner of several franchises
William H. Stoneman, Idaho ’66 // former VP Operations, Montreal Expos/Pitched first two no-hitters for Expos
Michael J. Schmidt, Ohio ’71 // Hall of Fame/548 home runs

Professional Basketball

John Bunn, Kansas 1920 (dec.) // Hall of Fame, basketball inventor, American Ambassador of Basketball
Mel Counts, Oregon State ’64 // Hall of Fame
Edgar Diddle, Centre 1919 (dec.) // Hall of Fame; Coach, Western Kentucky; first college coach to coach 1,000 games)
Gail Goodrich, UCLA ’65 // Los Angeles Lakers
Richard Harter, North Carolina ’52 // Coach, Charlotte Hornets; Current assistant, Philadelphia 76ers
Jerry Lucas, Ohio State ’62 // Former Basketball Star
David R. Peterson, Western Ontario ’64 // Chairman, Toronto Raptors, NBA
Jerry Sichting, Purdue ’79 // Coach, Minnesota Timberwolves
John R. Wooden, Purdue ’32 // UCLA Coach (10 National Titles)

Professional Football

Mike Brown, Dartmouth ’57 // President & GM, Cincinnati Bengals
George S. Buehler Jr., Stanford ’69 // Los Angeles Raiders
Berlin “Guy” Chamberlin, Nebraska 1916 (dec.) // Hall of Fame, Coach, Canton Bulldogs, Chicago Staleys, Cleveland Bulldogs, Frankford Yellowjackets, Chicago Cardinals

Ronald W. Coder, Penn State ’76 // Baltimore Stars
Donald D. Coryell, Washington ’47 // Former San Diego Chargers Coach
Robert G. Douglass, Kansas ’69 // Los Angeles Raiders
Keith V. Fahnhorst, Minnesota ’74 // San Francisco 49ers
Jay Fiedler, Dartmouth ’94 // Miami Dolphins
Mark Jerue, Washington ’82 // New York Jets
Jeffrey A. Kemp, Dartmouth ’81 // Los Angeles Raiders
Ryan Kuehl, Virginia ’95 // San Francisco 49ers
James M. Mandich, Michigan ’70 // Miami Dolphins
Matt Monger, Oklahoma State ’84 // New York Jets
August (Gus) Otto, Missouri ’65 // Oakland Raiders
Pete Pihos, Indiana ’45 // Hall of Fame; Philadelphia Eagles; 6 Pro Bowls
James M. Schnietz, Texas ’73 // B.C. Lions
David Shula, Dartmouth ’81 // Former Head Coach, Cincinnati Bengals
Robert Stein, Minnesota ’69 // Kansas City Chiefs
Richard R. Volk, Michigan ’67 // Miami Dolphins
Brian White, Dartmouth ’95 // New England Patriots

Professional Golfers

Jim Benepe, Northwestern ’86
Dow H. Finsterwald, Ohio ’52 (ret.)
Brandt Jobe, UCLA ’89
Grier S. Jones, Oklahoma State ’68 (ret.)
Steve Marino, Virginia ’02
Scott McCarron, UCLA ’89
Larry M. Nuger, Illinois ’01
Larry Romjue, Nebraska ’60 (ret.)
Bill Tindall, Washington ’65
Web Wilder, Oklahoma ’31 (dec.)

Professional Hockey

Fred Ahern, Bowdoin ’74 // California Seals, Cleveland Barons, Colorado Rockies
Michael Antonovich, Minnesota ’73 // Minnesota North Stars, Hartford Whalers, New Jersey Devils
David Gagnon, Colgate ’91 // Detroit Red Wings

Professional Tennis

Stan R. Smith, Southern California ’69

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