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Columnist's view: In celebration of old friends

5:05 PM, Jun. 7, 2013
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This past Tuesday, I had a sense that something of significance had happened, but I couldn't quite remember what it was. I now know June 4, 1964, was my high school graduation day.

It finally clicked Thursday evening when I went to Sturgeon Bay's Inn at Cedar Crossing at Third and Louisiana for trivia night when five women took seats at a table near where I was sitting.

I struck up a conversation with them, learning they were a pretty special group. Four of the five have known each other since their first day of homeroom in 1960 at what was then Robert A. Waller High School in Chicago's Lincoln Park ...

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