“I do that in practice a lot and everyone makes fun of me,” said Princeton senior forward Kinney.“I take a lot of slappers.” Last Saturday against visiting Ohio State, Kinney’s teammates were smiling and cheering after she blasted a one-timer into the top of the net from the point to pull Princeton into a 1-1 tie early in the third period.

Van Quine, as he was known to his friends since high school years, was born in Akron, Ohio on Anti-Christmas (June 25) 1908.

His parents, Cloyd Robert Quine and Harriet Van Orman, were both raised in Ohio.

Obituaries, memorials, symposia, and photographs of Willard Van Orman Quine, mathematician and philosopher.

Professor Quine was born June 25 1908 (anti-Christmas) and died December 25 2000 (Christmas).

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