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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: List of T-shirt orders I've gotten
Date: Sat, 28 May 1994 00:02:55 -0500
The following people have so far ordered T-shirt. Please check to make
sure that the T-shirt entry is correct. If you mailed me an order, and
it doesn't appear below, dat means I didn't get it.

Name T-Shirt Entry
--------------------- -----------------------------------------
John Fikouras John "Darth" Fikouras
Thilo Heubuer Thilo "tr8or" Huebuer
Gordon McCormick The Gordmeister
Mark VanderVord Mark VanderVord
Bryan D. Jones Bryan D. Jones
Brad Shantz Brad "Shields" Shantz
Michel Enos Michel Enos
Mark R. James Spudbox
Jon Watte Jon W{tte
Markus Kalb M. J. P. Kalb "Nighhawk"
Richard Osterhout Rich "Bitrunner" Osterhout
Ludwig Kamphenkel Ludwig Kamphenkel
Scott Hayden Scott Hayden


Yes, Scott is my brother. He'd be on list if he had net access. :-)

If there is a mispelling on your T-shirt entry, notify me ASAP!

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Message no. 2
From: Tim Skirvin <tskirvin@********.UNI.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Re: ADMIN: List of T-shirt orders I've gotten
Date: Sat, 28 May 1994 01:53:36 -0500
Then I assume that mine hasn't come yet. Oh'll get there.
I sent it off the other day...

Any chance you could add "Solonus" to the middle?

(Of my name...)

-------------Tim Skirvin (tskirvin@********
"He's NOT a gibbering idiot - he's cured of gibbering, he's just an
idiot now." -- Jane, "Waiting for God"

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