1968 Trinity School Yearbook
"In the memories of most Jim will loom as the lithe basketball player who gave Trinity four consecutive winning seasons and remained an annual "All-Ivy" choice. But Jim has other talents besides agility which he values just as highly. A surprise friendship with 'Beat' poet Allen Ginsberg is the key to Jim's other life as a creative writer. The first of the class of '68 to be published, he will gladly sell you a copy of his slim volume of verse, together with a set of notes for the esoteric subject matter [The Basketball Diaries?]. Service to the Muse has not prevented him from laboring for the S.V.S.O. or from slavery to an attractive young actress [probably Linda Cambi]. A most unusual canvass preserves Jim's likeliness for posterity, but as yet it is private showings only."
Go to the Trinity Yearbook Page