I never called Mr. Przybycien or his wife anything but "Mr. Przybycien," or perhaps, "Mr. P," but his wife was always "Mrs. Przybycien." I had her but not him for classes, but of-course, I saw him daily in the halls. I thought he was a fair administrator, and while I never was made to attend detention at the end of the day, there was always the possibility. I liked to watch the h.s. baseball games he coached on a spring day, sitting on the hillside and watching my friends perform, we used to go-down from tennis practice up the hill to watch the games. He looked like an athlete, though I had forgotten about his U of R accomplishments. "Tiny" Wilson was also a U of R alumnus, and was a fraternity brother of my dad's. Among those people, Ellsworth Wilson, Leo Bernabi,Ralph Fedoryshyn, and Duane "Dewie" Tucker, they managed to keep us in-line, and helped to guide us into the world, familiar w/the power of supervision and 'consequences of your actions.' My condolences to his friends and family.