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Dr. Clark, as your period as a Regent continues, of course,
-- I don't think we went into whether or not you started becoming
more active in your professorial activities. You might tell what
youdid in this post-/Northside, post -HARYOU-ACT period, at the
university, while I guess you were still at MARC at the same time?
No. No, actually, I didn't go to MARC right after
There was a gap in there.
There was a little gap of about a year.
A year, or a year and a half.
What were your main thrusts, especially if they were changed
or emphasized in any way? And then, bringing up to the time
when you did retire from each of them.
All right. Let me start by saying, after HARYOU, I
sort of licked my wounds, psychologically, and I guess somewhat
physically -- made a pledge to myself that I was going to indulge
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