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The game ended 7-7 and was a seesaw affair throughout. Up one minute. Down the next.  Wonder what will happen tomorrow?

Fourteen turnovers–seven by each team–with the win coming down to a 48-yard field goal with thirty seconds left. Game to Punahou, 13-10. Who would have expected a Kahuku-Punahou game to be played like that?

Kahuku Game

Ian Sandison, Mike Mikasa, and Lynne Gartley Meyer were three Punahou74 classmates spotted at the Kahuku-Punahou game. Will you be at the Mililani game this Friday?

Certainly not the many members of the Punahou School class of 1974 who were in attendance. Seen in the stands that evening were Continue Reading »

We gotta team that’s on the beam that’s really up to the tide. Come on, Punahou, skin ‘em alive!

Punahou (#1) enters the state tournament this Saturday with a semi-final game against Kahuku High School (#3). The last time we were up against them in the 2012 tournament final this is what we in the stands faced across the field:

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Before the Alumni Luau the Punavision interviewer asked and asked. “Will you answer a few questions for me?” Nobody from Punahou74 would. Nobody until … well you will just have to find out for yourself.

Thumbs up or thumbs down? You be the judge.

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It’s found on every class reunion agenda: the class picture. It’s a moment in history, frozen in time, that chronicles the progress of the various class members on their journey through life. It’s a scheduled event that, as we would find out, involves a great deal of smiling, and not all of it for the camera.

Linda Sutton Torres had advised the reunion committee that the “smaller” classes were assigned to Pauahi steps for their photos. Well, with more than 25% of our graduating members in attendance, I’d like to see what a “smaller” reunion class is. As you can see in the photo below, Punahou74 showed up in force!

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Thank you to Renee Ahuna Cabrinha for this report regarding John “Keoni” Tyler’s memorial service. She and Alvin were both there in person to represent Punahou74. I know that many of you were also there in spirit.

Cabrinha Kana

PUNAHOU74 CLASSMATES AT THE MEMORIAL SERVICE were Renee Ahuna Cabrinha and Alvin Cabrinha. They pose here with Kana Tyler.

Tyler Pics

PICTURES OF KEONI were exhibited. Note that his 1974 Oahuan picture was at the center of the display.

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How you can say goodbye–both in body and in spirit–to a well loved Punahou74 classmate.

John “Keoni” Tyler will be remembered by friends and family at 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 11, 2014. Services will be held at Kana Girl’s Hawaiian BBQ (3912 W. State Street in Boise, Idaho).

74 Vars Wrestling: (L-R) Bill Thacker, Mike Hopfe, Richard Botkin, Bill Sime, Ken Mayo, Skip Berg, James Kealoha, Heaton Wren, John Tyler, Bob Tam

CAN YOU HELP someone who hit the mat with you? (L-R) Bill Thacker, Mike Hopfe, Richard Botkin, Bill Sime, Ken Mayo, Skip Berg, James Kealoha, Heaton Wren, John Tyler, Bob Tam. Punahou Varsity Wrestling, 1974 Oahuan photo

As unexpected as Keoni’s departure was for us, it was

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They say that bad news comes in threes. This is the third announcement of a classmate’s passing that I have had to make since our 40th reunion last June. I pray that we have reached the end of this distressing string.

John Tyler2

1974 OAHUAN PICTUE: John H. Tyler III.

It was with great sadness that I learned of the death of John “Keoni” Tyler today. Continue Reading »

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