A letter from a reader about Extrapolating Reunions attendees

July 22, 2007:

When I graduated from Princeton, the Class of 1913 was the oldest one represented at Reunions. This year, the Class of 1925 was the winner, an advance of 12 years over a 20-year period. Using extrapolation techniques that are purely mathematical in nature and thus not subject to question, we can see that some of today's graduates will celebrate their 136th-and-two-thirds reunion, while my own class will be represented for another 103-and-a-third years. But not by me.

Akron, Ohio

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