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  1. This is a bit crazy, but in your old blog, in January 2006, you wrote:

    “And then there was the young art and drama teacher, Mr. Striby. I spent a lot of time with him over my last three years in the school (and his first three), as he was the director of all the theatrical productions I was in. I thought I knew all about him. I knew he had come from Florida, I knew he was still in his 20s, I knew where he went to school, and so forth. It never occurred to me that he would have a girl friend or get married or anything like that. His interests really seemed fully focused on his job, and on us.

    One day, senior year, I saw him playing ping pong with Miss Grueb. Maxine Grueb was young and fairly attractive. She was a women’s phys. ed. teacher, so I had absolutely nothing to do with her. I knew nothing about her.

    Now playing ping pong is no big thing, right? But it seemed so out of character for Mr. Striby to be playing ping pong, that I immediately got suspicous. And, lo and behold, one ping pong match led to another, they got engaged and married, and (like the Marshall/Leonard combine) moved to Florida.”

    Two years ago I found this, and because I was going to see Maxine, I brought it to her. Jim Striby was a good friend of mine, and he passed away a number of years ago, but she was delighted to read your comment. I had no idea even what your name was, but it seemed like the appropriate thing to do.

    I have since written a blog post on Jim Striby, “Jim Striby was a friend of mine” and it can be found at http://www.arthursdays@blogspot.com

    Anyway, I thought you’d enjoy knowing your message got through to her and she enjoyed it.

    Arthur Greenblatt

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