Mike Fremuth

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Goodbye included Mike Fremuth's eulogy of his friend Jim.

In Why I Don't Love You Anymore, 10 minutes in, Joe tells about Mike & he picking up a young dancer, Rachel, at the Childe Harold.[1]

Mike was a Princeton graduate (1969), had pitched in the minors, then went to Harvard law school. 'He went on to play in the Philadelphia Phillies farm system… but he smoked too much dope, he didn't take his career seriously enough… eventually quit baseball and went to Harvard law school… He'd been working at a law firm in Washington for 9 years.'

Mike Fremuth pitched for Princeton: https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1967/4/15/baseball-team-faces-princeton-should-triumph/

and in the minors: https://www.nytimes.com/1973/04/02/archives/baseball-transactions.html http://www.readingeagle.com/sports/article/greatest-reading-philliesfightin-phils-no1-mike-schmmidt

before he went to law school: https://www.andrewskurth.com/news-GeneralDynamicstoAcquireVeridianCorpfor1.html

and https://www.antitrustinstitute.org/sites/default/files/attendees2011.pdf

Mike Fremuth eulogized his friend James Taylor Adams https://princeton1969.org/page/memorials.

Mike Fremuth appeared in the following programs:

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