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From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: Current List of Received T-Shirt orders
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 1995 19:26:28 -0500
If your name is listed below, then your order has been received. Please
check to make sure that the personal name you want printed on the shirt
is correct, with particular regard for spelling.

I've also include the number of shirts ordered and the size (if other
than XL), so please verify that as well.


Dylan Northrup Doc-X
Gary Carroll Gary H. Carroll
Philip Ward Phil Ward "Renegade"
Jason Ustica Jason Ustica
J.D. Falk 2 Shirts J.D. Falk
Damion Milliken Damion Milliken
Martin Steffens XXL Martin "Mean Marty" Steffens
Stefan Struck Stefan Struck
Ryan T. Salisbury Kuro-Tatsu
Bob Ooton XXL Bob "TopCat" Ooton
John Bennett John "Sgt. Pepper" Bennett
Mike Buckalew 2 Shirts Mike "Buck" Buckalew
Bryan D. Jones Bryan D. Jones
Tim Skirvin Tim Skirvin
Sebastien Diot Seb "Gus" Diot
Brad Shantz Brad "Shields" Shantz
Jakko Westerbeke 2 Shirts Gurth
Mr. Brett
Mark R. James spudbox
Ed Mayhall Ed Mayhall (Brother Equine)
Brett Brown 2 Shirts Brett "Hobbis" Brown
Dave Goldsmith "Obscurite Chao"
Kenneth Webb Kenneth M. Webb
Todd Dresser Todd "Gray" Dresser
Geoff Gerrietts Jolly-fookin'-Roger
Paul Lowry 2 Shirts 1 Small El Huacho y Rio de Hacha
Daniel Waisley Nightfox "Daniel Waisley"
Michael Knabusch 3 Shirts 1 XXL Michael Knabusch

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