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Maybe it was her large brown eyes or simple but elegant smile. Perhaps it was her lilting laugh or inquisitive mind. All Jerry Lohr knew was there was something about Carol Waldorf that caught his eye—and his heart—when he first saw her on the Stanford University campus in the fall of 1958.   At first glance, it would seem the two couldn’t have been more different. He was from Clark, South Dakota, a tiny farming town with no stop lights and a population of 1,100....

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