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Date Posted: 14:28:58 01/27/08 Sun
Author: Roy Lewis 1970-1973
Subject: Re: Some teachers and events--and two students
In reply to: Luisa N. Facciolo 's message, "Re: Some teachers and events--and two students" on 10:21:50 06/13/06 Tue

>Dear Doug Higgins:yeah i remember yyour english class and all the great discussions, always entertaining and compelling, probably the best english teacher i ever had , ann hershey , jeff minegas , dave chu, jon osserman, dave arrnoff, mike kelly, Jay Burns, Larry Axelrod, Cullen 9the Brain0, and others in that class, and Mr. Andrews would always pick you up by the scruff of the neck or shirt collar or whatever he could get his Big mits around and lift you a few feet off the floor and give you what for if you ever fooled around during art class. And I will always fondly remmember and tip my hat in appreciation to Mrs. Zades for allowing Larry Gelbart, Jay Burns and myself to create "Rock Band" as a class that we could have twice a week (actually it was her Idea.).
thank you,
Roy Lewis
Port Moody, B.C.

>I remember most of what you mentioned in your email.
>But I beg to differ on one point: you were by far the
>best English teacher I had at Scarborough! Your
>enjoyment of the literature we read came through loud
>and clear in every class; and your responses to my
>work were almost always useful. Bud Stillman was one
>of the worst teachers I had at Scarborough due in part
>to his pompousness and apparent dislike of my
>graduating class (1970). I hope you brought the same
>love to the classes you taught post your years at

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