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Articles include: Getting To the Truth About Fiber: UMaine Researcher Mary Ellen Camire Is In the Forefront of Defining What Fiber Is; Avoiding the Spotlight: A Profile of '99 Nursing School Graduate Chris Irish; A Collector's Passion: William Palmer's ('58) Dazzling Collection of Pre-Columbian Artifacts is on Display at the Hudson Museum; The Man They Still Call 'Coach': UMaine Honors Longtime Basketball Coach, John Winkin; A Miracle Start to a Perfectly Normal Life: America's First In Vitro Baby, the Daughter of Judy and Roger Carr '73, Is Now 17; Going to the Ends of the Earth to Inspire Kids: Doug Hall '81 Makes an Expedition to the North Pole; 'It's More than a Place to Go -- It's a Place to Grow': Peter Haynes '61 Heads the Boys and Girls Club of America; and Maybe You Can Go Home Again: Doug Kneeland '53 Reflects on Retiring to His Native Lincoln.
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University of Maine Alumni Association, "Maine, Volume 80, Number 2, Summer 1999" (1999). University of Maine Alumni Magazines. 391.
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