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Date Posted: 14:29:21 08/05/05 Fri
Subject: Re: Use It or Lose It
In reply to: Ned Depew 's message, "Use It or Lose It" on 11:59:32 05/22/03 Thu

It would be a shame to lose it, Ned.

You won't remember me (I actually do remember your name) as I only spent one full and one half academic year at Scarborough. I am the Hungarian lad who got part of his start in America at Scarborough. I will forever be grateful for that.

As for some of the topics which came up earlier, Mr. Haber's first name was Tom, I believe.

Sully went to Lebanon after Mr. Schuller did, around 1958. I met him there once, around 1970, or so, he had gotten married!

I am not sure exactly when the main school building was built, but it is my impression that the Music Box Theater was built in 1920. I read somewhere that the Beechwood theater was modelled after the Helen Hayes (or, at the time, Little) Theater built in 1912. The Beechwood theater was inagurated with a recital by Paderewski.

Whenever I am in the vicinity, I try to make a visit to Scarborough, spend a few moments reuniting with the momentos which remain... and feeling the loss of the ones that don't.

My best to all, and thanks, Ned.

Steve Galle

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[> [> Nenad Cuic? -- Ned Depew, 17:53:03 08/05/05 Fri

Steve -

I well remember a young Hungarian boy who lived in Tarrytown near me, who had been adopted by two women. I remember going over to his house to play many times. His name was Nenad Cuic - I've never forgotten it, or him. In fact, I've tried to find him on the internet.

Is that you? If so, I'm very happy to have found you once again and look forward to hearing how you've fared in the intervening years. If not, well, I'm happy to make your acquaintance. What year were you there, and in what class?

I look forward to hearing more about your experiences at SCDS.



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[> [> [> Re: Nenad Cuic? -- Steven Colman, 02:16:56 09/18/11 Sun

I knew a Nenad Cuic in Germany in 1947. His mother was Radojka Cuic, a proud Serbian (not Hungarian) and his brother Dankmar, later Chuck. They emigrated to Australia but eventually made it to USA where the mother was teaching French. Nenad worked for the Tennessee Authority, who could give you further info. You may also contact his niece at christinacuic@hotmail.com. I hope this helps.

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