Page 52. " walking aimlessly through Eastland "
Page 52. " motorcycle gang outside Hudson's "
Page 53. " take them to Metro Beach "
Page 53. " Marines hoisting the flag on Iwo Jima "
Page 54. " Uncle Tucker's four-wheel-drive Bronco "
Page 54. " impossible as finding the bloody shovel on the back of Abbey Road where all the clues proclaimed that Paul was dead "
Page 56. " they wore their Alpine hats "
Page 59. " he found Kyle Krieger's retainer "
Page 62. " graduate school days in Zurich "
Page 63. " didn't appear as a group until Convocation "
Page 63. " dampened hopes for an Indian summer "
Page 64. " held them under Lux's chin to see if she liked butter "
Page 64. " hanging from the geodesic panes "
Page 65. " Mr. Lisbon displayed a Soma cube "
Page 66. " They were like Aeneas "
Page 66. " suits that made her resemble the First Lady "
Page 67. " Her Top-Siders looked new "
Page 68. " Mrs. Lisbon in particular disapproved of dances, proms "
Page 68. " Lux's brief unions were clandestine "
Page 68. " were consummated in the hot box above the auditorium "
Page 70. " began during a trip to Acapulco "
Page 70. " ordered him his first pina colada "
Page 70. " taught him to win at blackjack "
Page 70. " ate raw coconut with a Swiss Army knife "
Page 70. " never took off the puka-shell necklace "
Page 73. " lived like a pasha "
Page 73. " from 'Blue Hawaiian' to 'Panama Red' "
Page 74. " they looked like twin Krishnas "
Page 74. " as though it were the Costa del Sol "
Page 75. " parked his Trans Am "