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on your latest issue--superior to the previous one. I especially
Death of Her Choosing," and I found "The
Chimes They Are A-Changin'" fascinating. It's great
to have a person of auditory sensitivity and creative ability giving beautiful
sounds to the world.
Reavy Shibley '35
What has happened to the magazine? The last two or three issues have
been very interesting and attractive. Thanks to all of you.
Wiley A. Burcey '47
"Midge is surely among the most illustrious figures in Oberlin history," a
quote by Clyde Owan, was one of many accolades which she well deserves.
story should have graced the cover of the recent Alumni Magazine.
Ron Kershner '60
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