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FROM LAST TIME


Dancing in the street? “Racking the brain here,” writes Jay Kopf ’89. “No winter coats, so we’re talking Octoberfest or Spring Fling.” One thing he’s certain of is that the location is the Scribner Village apartments, “perhaps in front of Dogwood or Birch.” Nina Wolff Feld ’84 agrees that it’s Octoberfest or Spring Fling. Michael Handler ’84 says, “The scene looks like a Scribner Vil- lage block party. I would say late 1970s or early ’80s. I don’t recognize the people, so I as- sume it was before my year, but not much earlier.”


Jesus Navarro ’97 says, “Based on the dance moves and what everyone is wearing (espe- cially the socks), I’ll make an


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educated guess that this was 1984, the year the movie Footloose was released.” In any case, he says he remembers Scribner block parties from his days and recognizes the buildings in the photo’s background. Kopf’s brain-racking also yields these IDs: “Can't miss Larry Roth ’90, right in the mid- dle, and Dave Abroms ’90 not far from his right, which puts me having been there at that time too. I think Daughter Judy—the band of my room- mate, drummer Joe Pecora ’90—put in a bid to play this gig, but I don't remember them getting it.” Kopf adds that the photo gave him “a 23-year memory jog.”


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