Thom Senzee 10:30 a.m., May 24
July 25, 1985, page 24 The Rise and Fall of Racquetball
Aug. 1, 1985 The Neptune Lesson (Life on U.S. Navy ship)
Jan. 9, 1986 With a Friend Like Ray (on having a crazy buddy)
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Articles by Glenn Wallace
Some might consider him a lunatic, others a pioneer
When people ask about my friend Ray, I tell them he is crazy. I tell them that with a bit of discomfort, even guilt. Ray is not really crazy, not in a certifiable sense. Psychiatrists ...
One search can reveal many truths
Tom was looking for the soul of the city, though not in the same way as I. He chose to live in North Park because he believed that the transience of that neighborhood epitomized the transience of San Diego.
I answered an ad in the Union to teach on a Navy ship
In the fall of 1982 I answered an ad for teachers that appeared in the San Diego Union classifieds. The job involved going to sea on deployed U.S. Navy ships and instructing in reading, basic ...
San Diego was to racquetball what Hawaii was to surfing.
When companies like Ektelon and Leach looked at just who was coming to tournaments, they found that the audience consisted mostly of players, their friends, and families — a limited market.