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Blair and Georgia Robins Sadler
Blair Sadler L65 revisits the courtyard, where he relaxed between classes. Pictured with him is his wife, Georgia Robins Sadler NU72, WG73
On the Friday night before the reunion, accompanied by their wives, Sadler and Lerner, whom Sadler had not seen since graduation, chatted through dinner and into the night, discussing their mutual interest in children's health issues. And when they finally looked at their watches four hours had elapsed.

The next night, hours slipped by once again as the Class of 1965 caught up with each other. In a burst of spontaneity every alumni shared their stories, talking at length about their work, their families and the wonderful launching pad that a Penn Law education provided.

"Seeing not only the Law School but the entire university and how it's grown and developed was exciting," said the tanned Sadler, looking every bit the laid-back Californian in his tennis shoes, jeans and navy crewneck sweater. "I was amazed by how much the school had changed and the tremendous improvement and upgrading of the learning and teaching facilities."
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