Regarding “A Century of Change” (June 2009), I am the student pictured with the sign “Coeds Go Home.” I remember the photographer snapping the picture nearly 40 years ago. However, two clarifications are in order. 1) I did not place the message in the window. 2) As everyone who knows me will attest, I am constitutionally incapable of such sentiments.

—Jay Haug ’73, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

In your review of the 150th anniversary of the first college baseball game (“At the Old Ball Game,” June 2009), I was disappointed there was no mention of the Williams victory in the 100th anniversary game held in spring 1959. This being the 50th reunion for our class it would have been nice to be included. Maybe you will mention our epic feat in 2059.

—Don Lum ’59, Pacific Palisades, Calif., and Williams team co-captain

The article on honeybuns (“Sweet,” March 2009) revealed my ignorance of a Williams culinary delight. For my 50th reunion, I’ll make a beeline to the Paresky Center to sample one. How did the honeybun get its name? It abounds in cinnamon but contains no honey.

—Bill Kieffer ’60, Vienna, Austria

Ed. note: Our mistake! According to dining services, honey is used in the glaze.