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HELEN GILLETTE WATSON Comegys Bight Farm, Chestertown, Maryland Hellie " All ' s I need is ... — Oh baby! " Class Play 2, Treasurer of Class 3, Head Davis Hall Mar- shal 3, Honor Roll 3, Lacrosse Varsity 3, Corridor Proctor 3, New Fidelio 3, Vice President of Student Government 4, Fidelio 4, Varsity Hockey 4. " Hey you guys, do you know where my pencil case is? It was right here. " (opening and slamming of doors, stomp- ing of feet to next room, throwing of books). " Where is it? Will you guys look? " (several grunts, great shuffle of papers). " Where is that pencil case? " " Well, Helen, where did you last see it? " " Obviously on my desk. " " Helen, it ' s under your arm! " " Yeah, so it is —ha, ha. " (several chuckles and giggles). Typical of Helen: That Elvis Presley smile — " Yeah " — " I ' m frustrated. " - " Shut up (Donald Duck talk) - THE idol — " Hey you guys, it ' s about that time. " — the sympathe- tic listener — that all revealing gymsuit — " Hey Little One, what walk today? " — right grip 82 — chinning on the shower rail — Abby pulley system — " Te quiero " — " It ' s our kind of movie " — " All ' s we gotta do is .... MARY GAYDEN WILKINS 299 High Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts Maidy " Hey you guys ... — What am I going to wear? " Corridor Proctor 3, Griffin Cheerleader 3, 4, Secretary of A.C.A. 4. Unique in her ability to worry forty-eight hours a day, Maidy lives in the library. When struck with the urge to pull herself away from her beloved retreat, her first destination is the mirror. — " What am I going to do with my hair? It looks just awful! " Always asking advice, she listens very sweetly looking up out of her big, brown, innocent eyes, and then she proceeds to do precisely what she wants. When a person remarks on the twenty-two inch waist, her first reaction is, " But my hips ... " The major portion of her vocabulary consists of the words " Peter " ( pronounced Peta) and " Poor Mashmi, " a reference to the mammoth white bear that sits on her bed. Maidy ' s greatest talents are her magnificent Wednesday morning chapel talks and her unequalled ability to enter inevitably into the middle of a conversation. get mine vicariously. Won ' t somebody please push me? 52
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IRIS ALEXANDRA VARDAVOULIS 173 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts Li ' l Vard " Poor Baby— Ba-a-arb! Kasey! " Class Play 1, Modern Dance Group 1, 2, 3, Talent Show 3, Fidelio 4, Gargoyle Cheerleader 4, Social Committee 4. " Barb, Kasey! Where are you? " Clomp, clomp, clomp. Vard plods down the corridor to our room. " I got a call from Al last night. It was rather embarrassing because Tom answered the phone; Dick was in the living room; Stacy was at the door; and Chief y was in the playroom. Greenleaf didn ' t mind, though; he was too busy mixing my drink. " With a fist full of cookies she continues her dis- course as she dodges the A.C.A. treasurer. " Oh dem poor babies. " NATALIE WARE 10 Auburn Street, Concord, New Hampshire Nat " d ' ya — eh. " Corridor Proctor 2, 3, New Fidelio 2, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Fidelio 3, 4, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, Vice President of A.A.A. 4, " Intoxic-eights " 4, Choir 4. One often finds a subtle twinkle in those large, shining dark eyes which contrast beautifully with her naturally golden streaked hair. Attractive and admirable, she pos- sesses a mature attitude and tactful reserve; she ' s sensible. Nat ' s talented musically and is also known for her beauti- ful sweaters, skirts, blouses — you name it; she makes it. — " Nat, could you help me with my knitting? " If you ever want to feel uncoordinated, watch her at athletic activities (especially tennis, skiing, and lacrosse). She ' s bright green with Gargoyle blood. Familiar are her white bucks instead of saddle shoes, those Groton and Noble and Greenough scarves, coke and coffee. One can sometimes hear her say, " Should I have plastic surgery on my nose? " She ' s " Sleepy " and a " Concordian, " has a rewardingly pleasant smile, laugh, and never loses control of a situation. All of these are typically Nat. And to all my fans . Wonder what he ' s doing now? 51
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WW r Mm ' - ' -:0 : - ' : ' M CHARLOTTE NANCY WITTS 11 Mareton Road, Oxford, England " Well, actually ... " Librarian of Fidelio 4, Choir 4. Passport for Miss Charlotte Nancy Witts. Height: 5 ' 6 " . Weight: Medium. Eyes: greeny gray-blue ( " depending somewhat on my tem- perament " ) . Hair: Dark. Nationality: English ( " Not British! " ) ? Occupation: Visitor to " the colonies. " Peculiarities: Eyebrow which raises with alacrity (some- times dangerous!); partiality for trans— Atlantic boats; excitement at " magic doors that open when you walk in front of them; " series of unfathomable remarks: " Cor what a mouldy swiz! " " It ' s fuggy in here. " " Ooh I say, how posh! " " Well quite! " ALICE EMORY WOOD Centreville, Maryland Emory Courant Board 1, 2, 4, Modern Dance Group 1, 2, Choir 2, Class Play 2, Cynosure Staff 2, Fidelio 4, President of Choir 4. Silhouette: a slim wrinkled nymph — green tights, scarf, peaked plaid hat, the inevitable, best-beloved green jumper, straggly brown tresses raining down . . . tea and butter cookies (plebeian tastes!) . . . gaie danseuse: elfin in early morning starlight, fluid in spiral drifts of Strauss, frolicking in a frothy polka . . . " She ' s over at Homestead " — where else prithee?! . . . conjuring pale pipers on black paper with stolen pastels; penning poetic fragments: wisps of whimsey and of melancholy, romance, protest, joie de vivre . . . " The Biology word list waits the queen ' s pleasure " . . . footprints on the snowy Circle, footsteps in the streets of Cambridge . . . harpstrings — " Toujours la musique! " Where ' s my teddy bear? Mit harpe. 53
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