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Keith Herrmann
An Executive Collection

The luminaries in Keith Herrmann's unconventional autograph collection have never pitched a baseball in the World Series, or won an Oscar or a Grammy. But they have attained the highest rank in their professions. They're Fortune 500 CEOs.
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Alfred Berkeley III
Opening up the Stock Market

On October 28, 1997, when trading volume on the Nasdaq Stock Market soared to a record high of 1.35 billion shares, there were 20 million hits on its Web site. Alfred Berkeley III, WG'68, loves such statistics, because they illustrate his efforts to open up the market to as many players as possible.
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Leslie Mancuso
East Meets West in Pediatric Care

June 1, known as the Day of the Child in China, will mark the ceremonial opening of a $40 million pediatric teaching hospital -- the first facility of its kind in that country. It is an enterprise close to Leslie Mancuso's heart, because her organization, Project HOPE, is collaborating with the Chinese government to make it possible. Continued...


Herb Fenster
Top-Gun Lawyer Aces Pentagon

Seven years after taking on the Pentagon for canceling a weapons contract, Colorado attorney Herb Fenster, C'58, won on his client's behalf the largest judgment ever entered against the U.S. government.
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Doug Glanville
Now Leading Off for the Phillies

Doug Glanville
The day after we caught up with Doug Glanville, EAS'92, at the Phillies' spring-training camp in Clearwater, Fla., The Philadelphia Inquirer ran a story that began: "Lenny Dykstra or Doug Glanville in center? The Phillies' manager is agonizing over it." Three days later, the headline read: "Fallout hits Phillies camp," and an Inquirer columnist was gleefully describing how he had "heard the new kid in town, Doug Glanville, stand at his locker and joke that he'd ruled out trying to resolve this mess by pulling a Tonya Harding."
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