Carleton College
Class of '67

35th Reunion

was held  June 20-23, 2002

In response to questioning about why she had never attended a reunion before, Abbey Ross replied
"I would have attended before if I had known reunions were fun!"

** We broke neither attendance nor giving goals, but approx. 67 of us sure had fun
seeing old friends and reliving old memories! **

(We are the percentage-wise attendance record holder for 25th and 30th Reunions, but faced an unachievable challenge with the 35th reunion record being ~34%, meaning over 100 for us)

Click here for larger group photo from our 35th Reunion (June 2002)


ROTLATT at Reunion 2002
Victorius Carleton'67 Rotblatters
Turning back the clock (or reversing aging?) and making Marvin Rotblatt proud, 11 classmates (fully half of the 20 of us who played the legendary 100-ining game in 1967, as opposed to 3 of  us five years ago) took the field, most playing all the way through 7 innings, and whipped Class of '72 Blatt-ballers 7-2.  Consistently solid fielding, timely hits, & unfathomable high-arc pitching belied our average age of 57.  Fine play came from some of the most unexpected sources...
Front Row (sitting):  Hal "Marvin" Hart, Ted Lutz
2nd Row:  Brenda, Jack Eugster, John Winberg, Marc Mosiman
3rd Row:  Bob Alsdorf, Skip Hall, Bob Geyer, TBD?, Ken Mortenson, Chip Morrison
Left before victory photo:  Dark-horse game-MVP Mark Duback

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