- The lowest score I ever got on any test was 37%.
- Chris Richmond also got 37% on a stats test once.
- My MATH 500 book had 37 chapters.
- There are 37 steps in the staircase leading downhill across the
street from the Jayhawk Bookstore at the University of Kansas.
- In 1984 two KU sororities each had 37 pledges, and the total
number of pledges in all sororities was 444.
- My key to Strong Hall at KU was number 37.
- I had midterm #37 on a CS 660 exam at KU in spring 1985.
- The very first random lottery number that Lavarand picked for me was 37.
- One day Milt Epstein shook out exactly 37 cents from the film canister
he keeps his change in.
- This page is a 37% match for "Milt Epstein".
- We had 37 crocuses in our garden on 2 April 1997.
- On a business trip to Vancouver, the overhead projector in our hotel
meeting room was OH37R.
- One day Judd Weeks had 37 messages in his mail queue.
- 37 is Stephen Landrum's favorite number (and a factor of his birth year,
- Bob Larsen digs 37, too.
- So does C. Berrett.
- Some fans of 37 in the eastern US call themselves The 37 Group of Boston.
- When Caine Schneider bought the board game Risk, his copy only
had 37 cards (out of 50-some?).
- My tutorial notes for the 4th web conference (Boston) appeared on
page 37 of the proceedings.
- My IMPE (campus recreation) pass is number 0370 (spring 1997).
- Summer 1997 IMPE passes cost $37.
- The sample catalog data that we used for a CGI scripting project
for W3TG had 37 pages.
- The first "Thursdays at Twelve Twenty" concert I went to featured
selections from Rachmaninov's "All Night Vigil", Opus 37.
- Several 37s occurred during one weekend
with LG and LG in Chicago.
- I was the 3737th visitor to the University of Nebraska at
online academic calendar page.
- PMac had a homework assignment with the word
"polybisbenzimidazobenzophenanthroline" in it.
- Ian Matches was the 37th photography victim at a WalMart one week.
- A birthday greeting I once made for my
- Vince Murtagh and Nick Ball are big fans (dare I say believers?)
- Frequently alert contributor Dennis Linse took Northwest Airlines
Flight 37 from Amsterdam to Washington, DC...
- ...three days before his parents' 37th wedding anniversary.
- Also, his first bank account number began with 37.
- Sam Etler is a 37 fan.
- Once when Brett Verney went to the Philippines, the plane landed
at 11:37am, and the stewardess said there were 37 volcanoes and 37
languages in the Philippines.
- Today (21 Nov 97) our power went off for 37 minutes (10:06-10:43am).
Briand's brand new Mercury
Mountaineer turned over to 37 miles as we pulled into the parking
lot of the Maytag dealer we were stopping into on the way to lunch.
- In the 1985 Jayhawker yearbook, my friend Anne Fritzlen is Alpha
Delta Pi member #37 in their house picture.
- Frequently alert contributor Tom Matches saw a 37 on 23 Dec 1997.
- My mom's friend Brent's parents have P.O. Box 37 (in a small town
in Kansas that you've never heard of).
- Future alert contributor Jeremy Dumont's first name
gets a "Stretch score" of 37 on
Mag's Word Finder.
- Alert reader Daniel Adler's music teacher lives in house 37;
and he once kept a journal recording every time he saw the number 37.
- Alert reader Frank Brown browsed this page, and pages it led
him to, for 37 minutes.
- Alert reader
Vestal dreams about seeing 37's.
- In early March, 1998, 37 states did something to make Tom
Matches' head hurt.
- Some people who play VVVVVV (computer game) have some kind of
fascination with 37 that I haven't quite figured out yet.