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SVP 2004

Hi Jamie,

Sato Tomaki, Dave Eberth, Elizabeth Nicholls, and Mahito Manabe were
next, and it was in this presentation that special rememberance to Betty
Nicholls was made as this work involved her own study. (Sato was also her

Actually, her name is Tamaki Sato.

I wanted to mention that Dave Eberth did a wonderful job on the memorial for Betsy at SVP. She was an impressive lady.

And I was surprised, Jamie, that in your extensive recap you didn't mention chasing Darren Tanke and I down 16th street begging for some information on the Pachyrhinosaur paper! Well, isn't that something that we'd all like more information on (especially Darren)! ; )

Take care,


"Dream as if you'll live forever.  Live as if you'll die today"
James Dean

Patty Ralrick
Bellevue, NE  USA

Beginning January 2005,
University of Calgary
Resources in the Environment
Master's student