I remember that at the
time Harold was taking karate lessons. He was very proud to
demonstrate his new moves for me every week. He liked to make fun of
his karate teacher. One time after a lesson, he pointed at his right
hand (the one he used for karate chops), and said to me in a Chinese
accent, “Is lock (rock).” Then he pointed to the other hand and
said, “Is pirrow (pillow).” I thought it was hilarious, so
he’d say it again every so often just to see me laugh. I also
remember he had been on a winning crew team before he came to ISB. We both
, so we met again in late 1968. I went off to
in early 1970, so that was the last time I saw him, but I was certain that
he was going to be very successful.
Please let me know if you learn anything more about what happened to him.
Diana Sheeks Schneider
Class of ‘70