Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

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SASSAMON 74 AM 1 . ' ?■■■■ ■ , :■ • - ,v -r. :;■ ■■ . x- • • ■ J Sfa: - (A %¥4 Natick, a r- " - VJOX own in . . • c. ■r 5 7 : ■ CLASS HISTORY J . In September 1971 the Class of 1974 entered Natick High School and like so many classes before it, for the first few weeks became hopelessly lost in the almost endlessJriaie of corridors that make up the however a Sophomore learned that if he had a common human malady the nurse ' s office offered no relief and if he had a common human urge the locked lavatories offered no relief either. We eventually became hardened to teachers’ demands for passes, librarians’ demands for silence, and class officers’demands for dues! - — , ]TIf Iff-Our years of walking the halls of Natick High School brought forth some latent talents that most of us weren’t aware we possessed; expertise in penmanship that .-;.a ..... •.. ... r.._ ___ J........ j 3 ,_... - 7 • _...... :___ ..n r ch culminated in a magnificent display of handwriting on the Senior Lounge wall, inventing a new card game, 7Z© J whist” which became necessary after Mr. Sticklor confiscated the other half of the deck, and all the exercise we missed from skipping gym was made up by the nting we did past hall monitors! Naturally we spent a good amount of our= time at NHS on academics and not without just reward. What Mr’ Hennigar’s highly statistical speech at last year’s 9 W ; ■ a o , ... . 1 . . _ __....... . . . .a, . A a . idr Sbciety induction ceremony boiled down to, was that the Class of 74’ had a higher percentage of its students selected as members of that very elite group a-.any other claS has had in the annals of Natick High history. feffe =• J| s|gHjL - . fhere were individual honors as well. Peter Biagetti, jay Golan. Gary Guarino, Susan Kruger, Debbie Paquettefand Mary Young were all chosen as National Merit afists. Andrea Armour was recognized with honor by the Westinghouse Talent Search for her project on luminescece. Susan Kruger won first place at our own 1 . nee fair and Paul Urbanek placed first in the South Shore Regional Science Fair at Bridgewater State with his project on surface tension. During our junior Year ■Wh i i .. . — r . a . ... kAM I 1 Ml toM« I Mk A V aJ ... 1 |. V 4 y ' v 1 . AA m lA. 4 ■ 4 L% rv ma 4 k IrA m. I L .m. a Lni K . k J aa a a a. a aA. 1. a -- 4 La a aa yv l . a A A A A aa aa a a a a 4 .a . aA 4 a l a a a . a a-a 4 AV a aV a. A. 4 . aa • « 1A yv 4 • I . 4 k 4 4 4 I y . I A 4 aV % A « i y-v 4 t k y to Doran placed in the top one percent in the National Spanish Examination thereby ... • . . r- . . . • . ... r. ..... ... Deidre Doran placed in the top one percent in the National Spanish Examination thereby winning a trip to Mexico to continue her study of the language over the summer and this year Linda Fournier won a national prize in the Spanish IV competition. at a % Susan Geissler had the unusual distinction of winning, for two years in a row, the V.F.W. " Voice of Democracy” contest, and continuing on to regional . - ' S 7 s 7 :. ' 7- : 7 ■ -■77 ■ -.H. £ " » 7 , competition. Other prize winners included Lisa Alintuck, who won the art contest for the cover of the town report, Susan Kruger, who won a trip to Belgium in a ■■ y;1:; -7 g t;7 -V. " ' ••• .777 7 ft ' ! • : , : j| I 7 . | L . • ' £ ;7 ' creative writing competition and the Wheaton Club of Wellesley prize book, jay Golan who won the Harvard prize book, john Hahn who was selected as 1 trombonist for the All-State Orchestra, and David Champion who was selected by the Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra to travel as a member to Colombia, South America. This year, a number of Rotary Club Work Awards were given to seniors Richard Martin, Chris Dirienzo, Harold Gurney, Steven Arena, Daivid Cowern, Susan Chouinard, and Robert Carroll. The john Hancock Outstanding Business Students for this year are Sue Tatten and Betsy Hutchins and the Lester-Hill Corporation Employee of the Year is Gabriella Smith. | 3 ;s7 Our learning came not only from books, but from the people around the school as well. We were fortunate this year to have an exchange teacher from England, Mr. Gilkes7 tnd two A.F.S. students, Kelly Ntagozera from Uganda, and Scott Wetzel from Oregon, all of whom brought touches of their own cultures to the high school. 7 ; : 77-Iff -;7 :§s ' - 7 ' T S; - ; Even fhougha many of us spent almost as much time playing athletics as we did studying, our sports teams were not quite as successful as our students were academically. MVP Chip Child led the soccer team to its traditionally mediocre record. Then the hockey team, led by Dave Yancey as MVP and jim Duffy as a Bay iSfate Leagues All-Star, won one game and finished last. With almost undefeated MVP Steve Nicholson, the wrestling team decided not to show up the hockey team’s record and also finished last. 1 o complete the triple crown and to display that what most coaches like is consistency the gymnastics team also occupied last place m mBHp 18 sl i!ha 1- , : ' m i gymnastics team, led by MVP Sue Chouinard, the girls! tennis team, captained by MVP Andrea Armour, and the girls’ basketball, softball, and field .. LI A ll -II ' .1 Al i it • ■III 1 , , , c m , , . | » KV A V I I 4’ 7 ’-a iNk kAA jMlv: M IS k i-I » at . J AA k.AA ’ AA 4 Akj M . • A • A A a «M A « AA .A A.A4 to A AW 4 4 Im aa- Sa. a A I aI ▲ —. _ uA A A. ' S i w A ' A --a. --M a - - 1- - 5 7 . _ —. — .J a W I - a. a a ma.a.aa 4. I_ aa a a _ I a. a X. a a a . X. _ _ - - -» A A A A A. A aA.aaSSa 1 il Ia AW 4A llk ' lJll nM. A k • AA amJ hockey teams all succeeded in not showing up any of the boys’ teams " wonderful . . . . 7-777 . . ' a 7 : 7 b -.. records. There were though, a few teams, especially the cheerleadiig squad captained by Tricia Breen and Joanne Indelicato, that did represent Natick with winning records Led by Tricia Breen, who was chosen as the leading supporter of . sports at NHS, the cheerleaders placed first in the Bay State League Tournament. The boys’ basketball team, led by captain Ron Davids who was chosen as the . 7 .. - . 7»7|;: ii _ fail __ . _ Outstanding Sportsman of the Team, and All-Star Chip Child, reached the finals of the Bay State Tourney. Football’s MVP and All-Star john Collier, and All-Stars Dan McSweeney and Chris Pallotta along with outdoor track MVP Dave Yancey, led their respective teams to the best two records at NHS this year. The baseball team, with pitcher Tom Sullivan as MVP, ended with a well-earned 10-8 record in a tough Bay State League. The boys tennis team, with the second best record in its history, and led by MVP Neal Rockowitz, made the state tournament for the third consecutive year. A much improved golf team also finished high in the league, led by captain and MVP Al Comeau, and finally outstanding skater, Paula Ziegler reached the Ne s England Regional Finals in figure skating competition. .... A mM. to the Catholic nationals in New Orleans, while Susan Geissler earned a trip to the. Forensic League Nationals in Dallas, Texas :77 ; : ' : :..:k : s.77-; ;• 7 ' :7?.. . K •V A M t m .4 • Vt ’ ■ 4 ■ to aa to ■ to A 4 A to to to to to Our class has also been active in dramatics. In our Sophomore year Stephanie Cochran starred Brigadoon” and a number of us participated in " Fiddler on the ° " ; : : ■ , and Pam Brown. " Trojan Women” again featured Steohanie ol play " Dames at Sea” starring Cindy Cobb. The Senior Class Carousel and " Wondering ‘72 fe fM iduals. who will SUIT ...1, 111 v. es. olse ice Howie Stone, Peter Bia| ' Black Coffee " displayed! ter Arts Class presented the.comed iam sponsored the experimental play ‘ iven some fine erformances. ln the number of voices fron acrifice” concerts tha nge that was nationwfl ility of the votinf (Product! r. The T Jijgve Speech clroir has ai he strength of o bbert Mass, quite hjschonl years ha ' ! many high schoj to the Moden Beech! ear the students ojjamged The Student Committee ndidatesr Jnvit fo the first Town GuvermnefUB btin I nc am ®a1 " girls’ and‘Boys ' States, held to, make stud . „ . j n _I. 4-C_. ,wn chorus with ange from tha ;en a period i Stents the respod rhbtems Classes, Senitor Edward Ken e, Susan Geissler, Ton Shearer, Dana Morris I” with Howard St ith seniors Jeff Phillips here have been two exc ool, the Music Departnien n during the three years ihtjt ' wc htujfc been here. more year eighteen year yld vtitef registration went into effect for nf this we were blessed with the visits of several politicians. Senator ll-school assemble-and Attorney General Quinn this year gave a very voii e their views onyrclevant governmental issues. During the last town elections idol to give Seniors the opportunity to quiz candidates for whom they Sight, ivids, Peter Biagetti, and Randy Perry, hich we have integrated student reports with formed group of five students meet with the athons many students at NHS donated much , ped with the development of the new Walk-ij k High have also seen a period of continue ave had the ' open campus ' plan for senio dent study if we maintained a ‘C’ average andl npi4 and more responsibility in the hopes thaJ ully solved! In our Sophomore year the solutjq preventing kids from skipping classes. In mbn mode of punishment and has become an instil high school it was at the end of a wave of proteB ed this. As part of an optional assembly prograd for attending assemblies was initiated the studeri was a massive demonstration in front of the he end result of this protest was that for most of our last three years we have moved away from a prote bin the school system, our class has channelled its ef ived, not in the large earth shattering type of change tH I the workings of govertimetjt were well attended with represent,Hi 1 t officials was exemplified in the wjprk i e.ery month to discuss ways to irri| e to helping others in the community, unseling service for students, stglool itself. We are the ft hree years that we have been here and we to see the grade requirement for independ howTnagically profit from it. This-raised “Wellesley Plan”, a system of demerits, de- suspension, a sort of solita 1 . would rather not remember, lion in the turbulent " 60’s’’. I In Keryy, an anti-war veteran |ed restrictions, resetting bein; Jisperse nearly t emblies d of foundation building. Wi that the classes before u« attempted to institute, but in s y the Advisory Council to the s school. In an era of w referred to become involved ved on ears es to be give obi© us that proY were a ■’HI the kinde protest rcbed dred of tfv non- Biagetti for all three years, our officers have consistently n was secretary, and Bonnie Duprey was treasurer, Ir Betary smfungTromSalTy Gooding to SS Gi.iid I heir duties. In our Sophomore year enior years Kathy Lyon was vice-presi re us were bent on sudden, bused. Our student leaders to initiate smaller, more onardo was vice-president d Ronnie Davids wash Activities sponsored by the class inclufM| pi{Mp |MjiM|BBHB -y Kathy Lyon, with the theme " You made me so very happy”, and the first flea market ever held at the school, organized by Sally Gooding. The change of principals at the beginning of our {sen ior year landmarked a change that brought with it a fresh attitude toward student activities and esponsibilities. We were the first 1 1 i In li,||i i UlinTTiTi i I in the selection of the new principal. After Mr. Ros_ejiyj s appointed, he developed the principal’s .c.isory board that opened new.therrtfPTs f-communication between-the students and the administraticwl. Indeed we had n dBjjthisyear with members of the Senior c|ass leading the way toward constructiv e cha nge for the school. Though they may seem small at f-rst, mir kismets seem tediethe beginning of a new student movement, away from the loud preflestand toward quiet change. This year is the first year ' the students have had an V- e plan Bennett, all sport ' sifear ■•••oefuliy to all students w maf not h to spend . Bennett’s extremely produc Sally Gooding jjje J r yoice m the manner that courses are taught with a teacher evaluatiij la new ’dime’ plan agreed upon by both students and administration, atnd vfe id n6t hiye t b close the lounge for even one day because M unteer council hop|fully making it a more responsive group of ij ■ - V i .e eyitfevelop ■ the student council. This year the grant abuse of the Senior i nade a far reaching change in deal more readily with the ss witliout their share of tragedy. In memory j tball jjMb Jnh.especially a great friend, Mr. arm Bands. Dan Bennett was definitely a symbol efiepuragemeht to eV fy athlete at Natick High and J jthletics. If we remember anything about our high schoolj ears, 1f ?houfti he the fact that we were all years with Mr. Bennett. We hate to end on a sad but we the Class of 1974, can all use the memory of Dan any goal we may set in our future years SBj _gjf|. Ni ' .d R " i kuw 11 z iw m ■ • ' : - opportunity to play for the Boston Braves but he chose instead to teach biology at Natick High. Under his coaching , the baseball teams won ten Bay State League titles for Natick. Mr. Marso resigned as coach in 1954, but he continued to have an active interest in high school baseball, and was partic¬ ularly fond of Natick ' s 1973 baseball team. He was admired and respected by his students, his fellow teachers and by all those who knew of his courage and determination. After teaching at Natick High for over thirty years, he retired in 1972. We, the class of 1974, dedicate our yearbook to this very great man who will long be remembered. In September of 1973, a former faculty member of Natick High School, Mr. Charles Marso, passed away at the age of 60. In the late 1920’s, Mr. Marso was a student himself at Natick High and became a star pitcher on the school baseball team. He made All-Scholastic and surprised everyone with his ex¬ ceptional ability to hit and field, as well as pitch, in spite of his handicap. He continued playing baseball at St. John’s Prep where he graduated in 1932. He went to Boston College on scholarship and by the time he graduated in 1936, he had a 23 -7 record. After graduating from college, Mr. Marso was offered the nk»imssk faa i ' M mm Ufmi cjtynd. tliu± tfz l± man Faculty and Administration Mr. Benson speaks at the Thanksgiving Day Rally. Mr. Dyer directs the Senior Class Play. Mrs. Arena tenderly treating her Xerox machine. 8 MwM !■ wmmm V SvWWV ' VjSjfc ; immi ■xssmM mtm Xg IW Jr. VV V HP oE i 777 5 yea the resignation of Mr. Howard V. Hennigar began a major turnover in the administration. Mr. Harold Rosen became Natick High’s new principal ' , Mr. Francis Collins was appointed as vice-principal and Mr. Edward Brans field took his place as Head of the Math Department. In addition to these changes, there was added to the administration Mr. St. Cyr as administrative intern. School committee elections this year also brought about some changes. Newcomers Pamela Kaufman, who was sup¬ ported by the Student Committee for Political Action; junior class vice-president Mark Huard, who replaced junior Mike Sharon; and Mr. Paul Peters all joined incumbents Kirk Joslin, J. Vincent Saunders, Paul Ambler, Daniel Flynn, Superin¬ tendent Dr. Winston Wetzel, and Dr. Gail Cosgrove, new head of the school committee. STANDING — Mark Huard, Paul Peters, ). Vincent Saunders, Paul Ambler, Daniel Flynn Kirk Joslin. SEATED — Dr. Winston Wetzel, Dr. Gail Cosgrove, Mrs. Pamela Kaufman. Mr. Sticklor Mr. Collins Dr. Johnson Mr. Bransfield Mr. Benson Miss Farber Mr. Black Mr. Gilks Mr. Kean Mr. McGowan Mr. McDonald Mr. Cooner Mr. Brenneman Miss Carberry Mrs. Gelinas Miss Ciannavei Mrs. Drotar Social Studies Mrs. Pataky Mr. Lavergne Mr. Ghilani Mr. Marcoux Mr. Bennett Mr. Culhane Mr. DeFelice Mr. Carroll Mr. Wooley Mr. Lawrence Mr. O’Connor r i 1 mm - mtjj | I ■, | 1 HV 1 L, 1 Mr. Minton Mrs. Robbins Mr. Harrington Mrs. Secunda Mr. Garnett Mrs. Cantwell Ms. Lamb Mrs. Tartakoff Mr. Connolly Mrs. Hlavac Mrs. Egleston Mr. Holbrook Mrs. Mulford Mrs. Sollows Mrs. Sullivan Mrs. Brenneman Mrs. Martin y | IgpSyl fen j Srfl Pm r — mm. mm 12 ' " ' ' ” ' - .. , I mi Hfe r 1 mt 1 m I i Gl MU B -mm •M A ' Hi Hit) Physical Education Mr. Leavitt Mrs. Larkin Mr. Bohannon i 9s bP P ' r ] A Nurses Mr. Barnide Mr. Biedrzycki Mr. Taddeo Mr. Beeukes I f. ' Ms. Leavitt Mr. Jameson Planetarium Director Mrs. Davis Mr. Nowak Mrs. Frazee Mrs. Wolf Mr. Crow Mr. Murray Audio Visual 19 Industrial Arts Mr. Wilder Mrs. Ghilani Mr. Duval Mrs. Panchuck Mr. Murphy Mr. Gustafson Mr. Budlo Mr. Smith Mr. Buck Ms. Poulin z IL- KLwM i a C11 pi; . Mr. Burnham Ms. Talbot ' • ' •••r ' -T Education ■ Ms. Thomas Mr. Christie Mrs. Highman Guidance Miss Duncan Mrs. Winslow Mr. Scanlon Mr. Smith Mrs. Peterson Mrs. VandeKerKhove and Mrs. Gilbert Cafeteria Staff FRONT ROW L to R: I. Ghetti, A. Showstead, B. Benjamin, M. Dutcher, M. MacKay, E. Maude, W. Morris. STANDING L to R: M. McKenna, P. Zanchi, N. Ketchen, S. Pignatello, N. Swan, J. Lamy, F. Gavin, T. Rowley, E. Lentini. Custodial Staff FRONT ROW L to R: F. Coppellotti, V. Conza, J. Hunter, J. Wilson. STANDING L to R: D. McLoud, R. Frasca, R. Morris, G. Shea. 23 Mr. Hennigar Retires After sixteen years as principal and many more as a guidance counselor and teacher, Howard V. Hennigar retired from Natick High School in November of 1973. During those years there were numerous problems which he had to face. He always tried to be honest and fair in his dealings with students and faculty. He was a man with an outstanding background. He was president of the Massachusetts Secondary School Principal’s Association, Director of the Natick Rotary Club, and Chairman of the National Honor Society Com¬ mittee of Massachusetts. He was a graduate from Whit¬ man High School, Northeastern University, Tufts Univer¬ sity and was certified by the Harvard University School of Administration and served as a Lieutenant Com¬ mander in the Navy during World War II. Many students were not aware of the fact that Mr. Hennigar was responsible for some of the programs in which they participated, such as Modified Open Campus, Work-Study Programs, and diversified elective courses. He also supported the “House Plan”, believing that it could help solve many of the problems caused by the rapidly growing population of Natick High. Mr. Rosen, who was a dose co-worker of Mr. Hen¬ nigar’s for many years, says that perhaps Mr. Hennigar ' s greatest contribution was guiding Natick High School and helping it to retain its stability through many years of tension and pressure when changes in the educational system were coming rapidly. Mr. Rosen compliments his " forward-looking approach " , and his role in expanding the curriculum so that it could be more flexible. Mr. Rosen said that above all, ‘7 respect the man very much. He was able to change with the times and deal with innovations as they came. ” 25 1974 Class Advisors Mrs. Robbins Mr. Smith We, the class of 1974, would like to express our sincere appreciation to two advisors who have given of themselves unselfishly over the past three years. Mr. Roger Smith, of the Industrial Arts Department, and Mrs. Martha Robbins, of the English Department (better known to us as Ms. Curran), have helped us as a class and have offered individual guidance to many. We wish to express our deep gratitude to these two individuals for their time and effort and we hope they have much happiness and success in the coming years. 26 AFS Student Although this year ' s American Field Service exchange student was known to almost everyone as Kelly, he did not come to Natick from Ireland, Kilenga Ernest N ' tagosera was chosen from among some 200 students of Uganda, Africa to attend Natick High. At 6 ' 4 (and still growing), Kelly was impressed with the size of Natick High and the feeling was mutual. The school was different from the boarding school he had attended in Uganda, which was not coed and only half the size of Natick High. There was also the absence of uniforms, a strict all-male faculty and lunch periods lasting an hour and a half, which were some of the characteristics of Kelly’s former school. Kelly managed to fit right in from the beginning, playing for our varsity soccer team and offering Swahili lessons to interested students after school. Although the cold, snowy weather was not a welcome experience, it was one of the many unexpected surprises for Kelly while he was staying here. He pointed out differences between his culture and ours in both our customs and language. For example, in his country, the young people do not remain at home as long as they do here. Also, after finishing high school, a student in Uganda must pass a qualifying exam in order to further his education. Since Kelly already passed this exam, he received only a certificate of attendance from Natick High. Kelly would jokingly argue about some of the customs and which country did them the “right way " such as who laced their shoes right, or who drove on the correct side of the road, or whether suspenders were more logically called " braces”. Kelly’s welcome smile and friendly manner will be greatly missed by many of us but he left us with a very important lesson that all of us will remember. On Class Day, when he presented us with his gift of a flag from Uganda, he told us that from his experiences here, he found that no matter where one comes from, people are basically the same. We thank Kelly for bringing some of h,s culture into our lives, but most of all we are grateful for his friendship. The 1974 Senior Class BANQUET PROM GRADUATION ALMA MATER CAPS AND GOWNS REHEARSAL CLASS DAY PICNIC L 1 1 k ; David Michael Ahem Lisa Alintuck Dave . . . always on time . . . “Somewhere over the rainbow, LMH . . . basketball games... 63 way up high, there’s a land that I Comet. . . pizza ... D period heard of once in a lullaby. Some- math . . . summers in Maine . . . where over the rainbow, skies are blue... A109... E period blue and the dreams that you dare Study . . . Tennis. . . squash end to dream really do come true”. . . . att 72-73 . . . nice clothes . . . catch that hubcap . . . May 4, 1972 ... 74 forever. Carol M. Allen Jacqueline Allinson Natick Drama Workshop... al- Scott Jackie... Ricky... mar- right you guys... smiley... ried 6 30 73... spoiled too Summer, Fall 73... Audrey’s much... GTO. . . Orleans... place . . . sunrise . . . steak and BooBoo ... 20 Church St . . . bake???. . . sure, why not? . . . Speed Racer. . . party . . . Bong. Competitive Speech . . . exchange concerts . . . stick to it. . . you’ll make it Ritchie. Stephen L. Arena Andrea Lyn Armour Steve .. . Donna .. . May 25 . .. Andy . . . tennis. .. Oregon . . football 35 ... the Norwood Teddy Trilobite . . . fellow lunch game... woodworking... hey ies. . . sunshine and icicles., chief . . . sexy red convertible . . . New Year’s Eve . . . ping-pong . . peanut. . . little guy . . . snow engineer . . . tennis captain, plowing . . . the Cape . .. Oster- ville . .. boats ... camping. William Elliott Atkinson One of the boys in the band . . . F period study, mmmm . . . Are you serious?... Mark Thpoo!?!!... hangman . .. muskrat, eh? .. . happy days. Terry Aucoin Oalcie )r. ... those P.J. parties . . . it’s only coke! . . . J.M. who? what? .. . she caught us again . . . Loehman’s chick... that little big Vega will conquer all . . . it’s a long road to which there is no return ... Good Luck. Linda Lee Bacon Linda . . . DoDo . . . you’ve got to be kidding me . . . E.C.V . . . Sue’s toilet paper. . . 5 a.m. homecom¬ ing . . . B.C ... a certain walk in the park . . . never skip school .. . 6-5-71 . .. Dave’s memories... Tequilla Sunrise ... J.B. Robert Armando Balboni 63 Chevy or 65 Pontiac . . . their resting time for vacation . . . he’s beating it. .. will it snow . . . Mary who? ... roach it.. . same pants Jack. Maria Anne Balzarini M.B. . . . Stargazer . . . Astro- what? . . . music .. . bland block . . . multi-instrumental . . . Na¬ tional Honor Society . .. Italia . . . tous mes amis . . . Montreal . .. Chicago ... twin sister.. . roller skating . . . college bound. Deborah J. Barnes Well, people . . . cruelty to cats ... auf francais or en deutsch? ... Marshall’s... 1812112... endless homework . . . swingin’ Frewsburg .. . F-period in the IMC .. . 4X heaven blessed. William Bartels " Rollem” . . . F Period Study . . . " Ra!”... animal volley ball... mid-East War. . . Ahab jingle . .. Friday night skating . .. come or seven . . . cards in the lounge . . . get the Black and Decker... get me a devil dog ... I didn’t eat the whole thing, I had help. Deborah Bartlett January graduate . . . treasurer, bookkeeper for credit union . . . Friendly’s . .. kaleidoscope ’73 . . . Jehovah Witness . . . plans for pioneering . . . E Period study . .. nickname Deb, Debbie . .. Gina G . .. Val C ... Linda W ... S.M. . . . counting the days . . . purple flower. Jane t Louise Bates Mitch ... 5 1 8 73 ... Te quiero ... Dum Dum Society ... PSM ’73 .. ' . “I luva” ... Mary, what’s the soup? . . . CM; MG . .. Every body is a star... J B ... size 5 ... Oh, laugh much?,. . feelings mut¬ ual .. . pre-rally 2 ... I’m sorry .. . que vista . . . Haarrvard ... which mitten?... Adios Corderas! John Francis Bellofatto Bella ... 64 Comet? . .. field trip to Arby’s with Jimmy and Skip ... like to dress up much?... what girl today, John?... Beat¬ les... flirt much? ... breakfast special at Rainbow Restaurant... future policeman . .. good luck in the future. Roger Stephen Benson Ben . . . Firebird ... all four lun¬ ches .. . jockwall . .. out to lun¬ ch .. . Thanksgiving cheerleader . . . Ann .. . Mario and Bibo cliff hanger . . . Mary and Joe . . . park¬ ing .. . nickers... husband ... Heenahan and me at Chateau . .. Reb’s; Mutt’. . . Corados. Peter A. Biagetti He’s our president? . . . unsigned announcements... spoons ... all time kicked out of the IMC champ . .. Biedrzycki’s interpret¬ er ... Bransfields Banana Breaker ... Irving Lazar... " Our plan’s rehearsed, etc.” ... Groucho says good-bye. Thomas C. Bibo Myron . .. Beeb ... love Carol ... nose job .. . Wellesley ... gymnastics ... Tewky ... movies much ... the neighborhood .. . rub ... where’s Ernie ... Moon Palace ... 14 ... New Year’s Eve ... my record . . . you’re always late. Phillip A. Bloom U.S.Y.... vice-president... Israel pilgrimmage ... The Ameri¬ can College in Jerusalem . . . “The Times They Are A-Changing” . . . Dylan. Elizabeth A. Bom bino Betsy .. . Memorial Field . . . open hearth ... psychedelic roac . . . party . . . Jack’s .. . Fal¬ mouth . . . trip to Boston . . Friendly’s ... Mass. Pike ... Big Mac ... Nantasket... fourth tee . . . Boden Lane bridge ... F Period Study. m HAPPY DAY .- 4 Gail Bonavire Bermuda 73 . . . Mocha chips . . . prom ‘73’... you jerk . . . yellow . . . just you ’n me . . . Rhonda . . . 9 8 72 . . . Kevin Marianne Bond Manne ... u no what... 1 soc¬ cer fan ... A Maria ... sum ‘71 ’ . . . El Primito . . . diablo . . . Somona Beach . . . royal mista kes . .. hdqtrs . . . ShaNaNa . . . bay- ach on... Tia M M... PSN ‘73’ . . . MC . . . bendito . . . pla- tero . .. Fram . . . comere ... what can I do U4 . .. rilly ... big sister . . . horror soc . . . adios cor- deras. Bradford Michael Borselli Roll ’em . . . Ahab jungle .. . that s. one up... all right... wolfman . .. Ears was here . .. T.S . . . Lawrence of 31 3 . . . be¬ ginnings . . . ’67’ junkpile . . . Diane . .. Rebecca .. . “Seek and you shall find”. John Rodger Bower Cape Cod . . . Maine . . . U.N. . . . Wayland farmstand ... Class of 72, 73, 74, maybe 75... Aero- smith . . . J. Giels . . . the lake . . . Hobbits... health club . .. Burundi Kools.. . “going out to smoke” ... the fields . . . mafia mobiles . . . VW . . . parties . . . who ' s baked? .. . Lowenbrau liquor. Patricia A. Brady Patty . . . we’re outa here . . . Ber- muda ’73 .. . crow’s nest.. . B.T. boys . . . I’m babysitting. . . the field . .. O.H. ... Mr. Donut... Kathy’s... Stairway to Heaven ... B.B. ... Mass. Bay ... Q6 ... 8 11 73... Scott... B.A. Lawrence L. Bragdon Blue Austin America... Friend¬ ly’s... “But Anyway”... cute car. .. Spencer’s ... “Let’s go to MacDonalds”. Patricia E. Breen Tricia .. . T. ... walks... bike- rides . . . wicked . . . secrets . . . midnight talks at 43... B.F.D_Heyrah ... 26, 27 ... 28 . .. smile and yell . . . but I don’t understand why . . . special robot... ping-pong ... what blink?... little things... you have to be real! Arlene Bresner Toads forever!... Summer ’72 . . . It’s all over the cellar stairs ... crispy critters... far out... which way?... Indiana and corn patches... yeah! Let’s go for a swim . . . well, let’s face it people . . . Candy . . . Black Sab¬ bath ... Xmas Eve " ... mailbox caper . . . license purchased at Sid’s ... I don’t care what you think, I like it! Suzanne I. Brew Sue ... How’s it going?.. . ski¬ ing ... the indian ... 1 . . . VSC ... Subaru ... center in T-day rally ... c’mon, you can tell me . . . Bermuda . . . skating .. . artist. .. hojo’s . . . Mac’s . .. sailing... KSO.. . G period talks ... think snow .. . organiz¬ ed? be good! Christine M. Brochu Tina .. . often seen in a yellow Torino . . . BABY DANNY .. . 1 HOP ... Humarock and Cotuit ’73 ... Maine in winter of ’74 ... Winnebago? ... Killing Me Softly ... Turtle and joey... Exec. Board ' 12 and ’73... The Swamp ... the end and the begin¬ ning ... bye. 33 Stephen Joseph Brocklebank Brock . . . hunting and fishing . . . broken foot again?.. . Moody Blues . . . marine biology . .. Northeastern. Claire E. Brown Bird ... Big yellow school bus . . . by the fire ... anything in pants . . . Shirley ... 213 .. . one man staff . . . The Me Nobody Knows . . . schulebus ... I still love you. John S. Brown Linda . . . 2 1 6 73 . . . Friday night at Mark Street Circle... summers at Trinity Church Camp ... ’71-’73... climbing in the White Mountains... skiing New Hampshire . . . surprise party at Lepisto’s, 10 4 73 ... in and out of rock bands . . . telecaster. Pamela J. Brown Bam .. . good moods ... sorry Beak . . . don’t pick on me ... gloc .. . Arnold Apple . . . that right shoulder. . . Tanglewood ... whatsa bland block ... sophs ... sin-sin ... guess he’s too short . . . who’s a musician ? . . . hi, Vin ... I think I missed something. Carol Buck Faith, Hope and Love . . . but the greatest is love .. . Gail Burgess “The marshmallow’’... 19... PDC . . . always late . . . ya right . . . loves basketball . . . alto pro- foundo . . . exchange concerts . . . what spare time? ... PE major ... a new beginning . . . Joyce Marie Cadman Rick... 1 13 73... Feb. ski trip ... Jr. skip days ... us guys ... I don’t get it.. . Oh, Ok .. . Oct ’75 .. . guess who went to dinner?. .. lunch breaks... pre- rahy jyar.m-up ... KSO ... Pud ... sure late slips .. . Florida someday ... to Rave friends you must be a friend ... James W. Calder Jim... Jumzy... Wheaties . .. 316... nose job... forecheck . .. “My mother told me not to come!” . . . Glenn Campbell Hey Barney, can I drive your car?... F period at Dave’s... frog man . . . George’s . . . you got a car? ... the Who . . . Pond Road . . . now where do I go? . . . % Deborah Oarrlspn Smiley . . . Chink . . . crashC ' Elec- ' tra 225 8 19 73... Deb, Carol, Karen... S.D.S.... K.S.O. . . . NLABS... Guess who went to dinner... ya Jivin? . . . Riot... Pre-rally warm-up . . . Daniel, My Brother ... us guys . . . Skip days forever. . . Late Slips .. . GB . .. Love ya .. . We made it. .. John Carroll JK-huh?... baseball, what de¬ fense? .. . pitch . .. football, 80 kick, hah!... pigeon... junior . . . Cape Cod . . . Don’t fall asleep on me! . . . C.M. this year ... in back with Duck . . . Joyce . . . Robert Carroll 7 12 72. . . Ravioli . . . Ribby . . . Bugs Buns ... Pink Champagne Suingerland .. . Em-7 . .. Sanc¬ tum . . . Beginnings . . . Lord of the Rings. . . Medway . .. YES... What are those papers doing in your wallet? I can’t win . . . Thanks to the madre . . . Joan Anne Caruso JoAnn . . . Stop at the water fountain . . . Last minute plans .. . “Well, what can I say?” ... One of Moe’s girls . . . Christmas ’73 .. . “Hey, it’s twins” ... Mary Castelli I am standing up! ... 1 soccer fan . . . nothin’ to it. .. hey Jack . . . good attitude . .. good morn¬ ing, Tex! . . . this much devoted guitarist . . . “Me and Mrs. Jones” ... pretty funny ... likeah ... Hello, it’s me ... so much of life ahead .. . good-bye guys ... Lauren Cavanaugh Cold Duck . . . never on time . .. Camaro. . . P.O.W.’s... big appetite . .. Virginia beach ... A friend is someone you can be yourself with ... J udith L. Chaffee Rather be in Webster... Mark 7-4-73 . . . Fireworks . . . pre-rally warm up . . . W.B.S. Bermuda . . . water ski much ... S.D.S. ... Where’s Kathy?... Live and Let Die. Till 4 am... Guess who went to Dinner? ... K.S.O. . . . Beep Boppers ... Get this... sometime in the future .. . Lynda Lee Chaisson David B. Champion I don’t know . . . Plum Island . . . Trombone . . . GBYSO . . . Stan 1.2.3. jump . . . what fence? . . . and Ollie . . . Music wing . . . Hey, Beaches... surprise parties... Buddy ... Part-time Safety Patrol Little leaf... H.S. Parties.Poker at Dave’s... National Those Saturday nights. . . Cortina Honor Society . . . Now again . . . co-pilot. .. us 4 . .. Let’s pay attention to me . .. Land P ... Urvie ... Chase . .. Besept come on, let’s go . . . Adrienne Lee Chappelle Ellen P. Chapski “A " .. . Tim . . . Dites-Moi ... B Period Singing Zoo . . . Monday roller skating... twin sister... nite basketball... Rainbow... Florida... pizzazz... New Springfield... Thursday nite Year’s Eve . .. au revoir . . . youth meetings. . . One-way . . . “Mind over Matter” . . . Ted, Not his will . . . Joey was hung-sob . . . New York... 3=11 shift with Miss “B” Cass... Road be long and rough if he leads me tis enough . . . Follow me . . . Let me be worthy . . . Carol I. Chase Ray ... 12 21 72 . . . Our love is forever . . . good ole skip days . . . Princess . . . P Town, May 17... late slips... In love . . . 12 24 73... Orange... Really? ... Shep . .. Pier 4... Deb Deb ... us guys . . . Summer of ’73 ... Together always . .. Mar¬ riage .. . Scott M. Chavious Chave . . . Capt. Football . .. wrestling . .. " 60” .. . Robin and her sister... R L hand pads. . . Mr. Wevit, Mr. Wevit.. . Watch the middle... “He’s only a baby” .. . Wellesley . .. Chateau Dudley ... Pull it... Pancake ... Pin Malone John Allen Child Chip... Jack... good attitude soccer... basketball .. . baseball .. . capt. ... Me and Mrs. Jones . . . Horse for a fribble . .. Chemistry? . . . Like oh, “Natick will never have a winning soccer team until they get a team in the Jr. High”... Colby bound... M.E.A_ Linda L. Chaulk Future missionary . . . Ber¬ muda . .. KSO . . . Hardwick . . . LF . . . RN . . . Webster swims . . . you’ve got a friend... Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness: and all these things shall be added unto you. Matt. 7: 33 Lauren A. Christie Brian Matthew Clancy Lori . . . Turtle . . . Cape Cod . . . Clark . . . The Red Star ... I Summer of ’73... G per. talks Major... Remp and Dave with Mark . . . R C’s.. . July 8, Buddy ... ' 73 . . . U-Mass weekend ... 4 am . . . Falmouth all-nighter. . . Ber¬ muda ’73 ... One Man Band ... Mike . .. A Piece of Wood ... It • don’t Matter To Me . . . Charlene M. Chlebda Susan Chouinard Club... NLABS... Labor Day Sue... Gymnastics... Chow ... Tomorrow Flas Come ... Chow, Chow . . . Make points. . Friendly’s . . . None of that! . . . Football Games . . . Who’s a maj- out far . . . Always seen with Bev orette? . . . Doc . . . You guys . . . . . Ya sure . . . E period break- GAA . . . fast.. . What are ya doing to¬ night? .. . New Years Eve .. . Traffic ... “Thankyou” ... LuAnne Clements Lu . . . Fle’s nice . . . jerk . .. bar hopping . . . it’s your saving grace . . . Timothy’s . . . Subterranian bakes . . . concerts ... a- friend forever... Where’s Lynn?... memories. . . Every end is a new beginning .. . Philip Clark Hi_18, 7, and 20 .. . J.B. and B.... Grandma’s . .. South Na¬ tick . . . G.A.P. . . . Penns .. . D—S . . . Grahm . . . Torinos . . . down the path . . . the corners... T... Georges... j.D. and ?... A.C. .. . wool thanks . . . bye . .. Kathy Clark Kitsie Kluke . . . George . . . ohhh . . . Drivers Ed . . . Being ground¬ ed .. . Fudgies... Jan 25... Eggie . . . Sept 29... Rinkadink ... 14 Cenlennial PL... Cabs ... Skip to my Lov ... Kazoo ... We . .. let me tell you ... radical ... PT .. . Diet... Rood- what? ... Rocky, too .. . Lots of plans ... Glad to get out... My life is mine ... Christopher F. Clancy Circus . . . Nancy ... skies That’s life . . . I’m outa here 1 " » a ■apt ' •- ' j ajbib II ■ 1 ' " . ' 3 Fjp « m kM MB , ft m . v |jj M ' .sfjl i ijjjgta i 1 William Clover Billy . . . Wursthaus ... the com¬ et.. . Oct. 18 numero Dix . . . we’re outa here . . . Maclover. . . The gym light .. . silver teeth . . . what? Cynthia Cobb Cynthia Cobb-lllya and the crazy Frenchman . . . telephone poles bite . . . boots- . . too much vibra¬ to ... Carousel, Dames, Chorus Hast du ein stuck Baugummi? .. . Tanglewood and hickeggs . . . Let’s go to New York! . . . cast parties ... intellec- tualizing... Ronald Cohen Ron ... Go up the hill ... vo vo .. . Miss America . . . Tell me I didn’t... I hate BarbBad . . . NCO . .. Hebrew?. . . West Den¬ nis .. . Long Beach . . . Prog Pro . . . For my pride?. .. Mingal .. . Blackberry Brandy . . . Heart- breaker . .. John Colcord Weasel . . . King of the Valley . . . Winchell’s Shoes . . . MOTT . . . California bound . . . New Hamp- shire . . . Mt. Washington Whitney Field Janine OOFF-OOFF . . . Lou and Arthur... truly great sports fan . . . Sunday morning hockey . . . Mr. Murphy . .. Valerie Collanton 12 9 73... “Say Goodbye to Love” . . . YHWH . . . Divine vic¬ tory ...NYC... 7 6-1 0 73 . .. Nahant. .. “Trust in Jehovah with all your heart” . . . have gained ... a hundredfold . . . Roller skating? . . . Weekly Watchtower. . . Study . . . Sun¬ days . . . Early Grad . . . bye, bye, Natick High . . . John J. Collier John . . . JC’s killers . . . loves to dance . . . flirt much? . . . the house to himself... pinballs. . . all-nighters... skiing... one of the guys . .. Leslie . . . Good luck Helen W. Collins Ludwig — 12-24-72 . . . Thursday nite, Youth meetings . . . Kathryn Barton Nursing Home... “Kung Fu” .. . The Good Book . .. Fri¬ day nites . . r Proverbs . .. Sorrow is better than Laughter... Smile God Loves you . . . MacDonalds .. . New York State ... Dutch Alfred Comeau Golf-Golf-Golf... West Natick Big Red Gold Capt. . . . The Hat... 4th tee . . . Drafted? . . . “I Quit” . .. Mashpee . . . Cape Cod Community College ... Stockbridge .. . Al Bong . . . Richard Comeras Cask’n Flagon . . . Karlooping .. . Shafted in Brookline . . . Desiree ... Big Tall... A.Z.A. vice pres. . . . Flat. . . O.K. let’s go .. . Rm. 261 . . . Big Red Barn .. . Fox .. . Track . . . Theodore B. Condon Ted... QBY V No. 3, 10... Capt. Track . . . THE Volkswagen Miss Coss’ Brownies . . . Duck’s Tavern . . . some Blonde . . . Norwood game . . . Senior week . .. Far Out L.M.H. Pot- 4 Walloper.. . Jav .. . The night ... Swimmer.. . friend . . . West- field . . . Karen Crespi Gineau . . . I’m going on a diet... life time weight watcher. .. only 5 pounds til leveling . . . When I get to goal . . . Gerry . . . 8 24 73 ... I’m waiting at least 5 years . . . Stop Shop Mauria Cronin This spot reserved . . . that rec Cortina . .. Hot Shoppes . .. sur prise parties . . . the Cape . . Maine . . . wait for me you guy: ...1,2,3, jump . . . turkey sand wiches . .. H.S. parties . . . sub .. . bumpy road ... us 4 .. . Cynthia C. Crestuk WHY ME . . . There never seems to be enough time . . . future Medical technologist ... BE . .. Poopsis .. . Sears . . . Executive board . . . F.T.A. CLUB . . . Hous¬ ton, TEXAS — Joseph Cory . .. MARANATHA .. Phillip Crocker Screaming bultacos and suzukis . . . Datsun . . . corner conqueror . . . the three little dorfs ... the Cross Brothers? . . . cold beer blues . . . give me a break . . . Na- Guy M. Cudak Going to the mountains . . . Mt. Monadnock . . . Project C.A.P. . . . E=lxR?... go navy . .. slug . . . Shopper’s World Halloween night... Joseph V. Crovo, Jr. Skip . . . Candie . . . Hey Butch let’s go to Breakfast! .. . Skip homeroom ... Red Mach I . .. Me and Gary 10:30 am . . . Bake out Sears Camb . . . NHS hockey Yarmouth . . . Summer 73 . . . Thanks Mr. Holbrook . . . Just made it. . . Good luck Gary Mary Ann Crowley MAC . .. NO Act. .. my money, Mark? . .. Hayride ... 1 yellow rose ... my kids . . . The friend¬ ship between you and me, I will not compare to a chain; for that the rains might rust or the falling trees break . . . Barbara J. Cusack Antrim . . . 35 ... F town . . . laundra-mat.. . live!... som¬ breros, sangria, choc, chip cook¬ ies ... bluush!... monkey bridge . . . where’s David? . . . sho¬ vels under the bubble ... I can be on your now ..... Debra Ann Daniello Summer of 73” .. . L.M.H. .. . Italians quite nice ... Pre-rally warm up. Bermuda . . . February ski trip; hooked on a T-Bar. Water ski. S.D.S . .. Guess who went to dinner??? K.S.O. ... Tricia... Cape, " pizza.” " 69” .. . Comet. Nursing. Miss Congeniality. Loretta Daniels Rocky J. ... 4 19 73 . . . Timo¬ thy’s . .. oldies . .. Florida sum¬ mers . . . green Camaro, Her pride and joy . . . Stop-it’s a red light! ... Mr. Steak to Emersons .. . Singing beach . . . always hunting . . . " Where’s Jane?” . .. Rock- port . .. Chandlers School. Debra Davenport Deb ... 5 o’clock in the morning . . . Orange V.W. . .. New Hamp¬ shire, New Jersey . . . France 74 . . . Friday and Saturday nights... Our Jr. year... That which I should have done, I did not do . . . Buzzing? Wawumba Land again! . . . Bear in the closet . . . Chicken fingers ... Psyched. Francis E. Daigle Pretzed out, Baking at the field .. . vacation in Maine . . . hair cuts... Hippie... Troops—128 .. . Nancy Ryan gave me the answers . . . Smoke em .. . Draft .. . What prank! .. . Bummer on New Year’s Eve . . . Skiing ... We are out of here. Ronnie Davids Colleen Marie Davis William Edward Desiata Mary Elizabeth Devine Hey Look! Almost Charles... Mac ... Schulze ... 10 13 69 .. . Jude, April 7th ... Mash, Thurs- 2 best... bills... VI... the Danny’s Song . . . “That sing in Rocky .. . Nook . .. Snowman days off . .. Aerosmith . . . Dream chart. . . Ask Beth . . . Dot’s the Datsun.” . .. Who’s driving ... Spaz . . . party’s at Davis’s on Sacrifice Concert.. . Just you steps... Liz Boyfriend... I Basketball Capt. “Class ... dirt road .. . DA .. . G peri- and me ... March 22nd. .. US!! never saw the fence . . . my Treas.’’ J.T. St. CL . . . It’s the big od! . . . the coop . .. great week- • Explores all . . . soapy . .. books ... they’re fine . . . Jan. D that counts... How’s South ends... Summer’s at Kingston Pooper. .. Scooper... April 7th 25 ... hockey .. . I’m happy... Natick ... The Boy’s State Blues ... A new Year’s Eve to remem- forever, ILY .. . Holland ... 13 . .. a car.. . late . . . nerves ... d-35 ... $25 for T.l.T.H.. .. ber. Jude. .. . who’s that? ... Sunshine, My good pal B.M.L. smile ... BE. Christopher Dirienzo Denise Dolbear Leonard Dolbec Linda Donovan Heavy Chevy... Hey Dwarf, Denny... Trekkie forever... V Dub’s... ACE ... Spinach .. . John, “People need a person- how’s the juice? . .. Mini — Ginni Charley . . . Maine . . . bears and He’s from China, man . . . Lunch ality,” Boston, “Oh sure . . . . . Let’s hit the twails! Auto hunters . . . stranded in the boon- Bag ... Big Bake Out... Natick’s .. . Dungarees, Keep the path to Cross? What, in a Chevy? ... ies . .. anything with Vodka . .. High 74 Squirrel, mod prob .. . the heart of your well weeded Don’t cry over spilt Datsuns . .. football at midnight... Demon Skip it... The Black list every friend. Appliance service Unlimited.Truckin’ . .. King W.C. . .. Day ... Go to 256 . . . Squeeky’s No!, No!, you must mean Moto really weird... NCC—1701 ... coming... “Juice Rats’’... Cross on a Saki! Hunting Lane, Brandi? ... Good stuff... Decent man. L.L.A.P. Robert Donovan Football (Capt.) .. . Track... Love to catch punts (catch it, let it bounce, no catch it, let it bounce)... Pretz . . . Maine Vacation .. . P.T. . . . Christmas Tree we never stole . . . Here we go! ... Yes we go!! . .. Did you lik my speech? . ..? Deirdre Doran Dede—piglet—Norman—oi vey— Di n i — Bendito—diablo—d.f.—sum ’71 —Relic—soccer—rude, crude . .. Dum-dum, society—tias-isit n o —primito —long sleeves- Omigad! — S. P. M. ’73 Ya no What? What can I do u 4? Banana in my ear—Mexico—Adios Cor- deras. Edward P. Doucette Bike camping . . . Duce . . . Sal¬ ad’s raiders . . . Mustang . . . Whoop . .. Star Market. . . Who Knew? . . . Farmer. . . Auto Show . . . Whoop . . . Leaves . . . Truckee . . . Fruit Stand . . . Gui¬ tar Flip for trays! .. . New Year’s Eve. Deborah Dowd Deb ... ya jivin’? . . . DSD ... Guess who went to dinner? ... us guys . . . Daniel, her brother. .. Deb and Carol . .. skip days for¬ ever .. . KSO . . . late slips . . . John who? . .. Pre-rally warm¬ up ... Fri. night getaways ... us, get caught? . . . friends ... we make it!. Scott K. Drown WHO’S inept... Colby bound ... consistently inconsistent.. . bullish runner . . . Jav’s bud . . . Saturdays on the gridiron .. . Band . .. Tennis . . . Salad’s Raid¬ ers .. . Future farmers of Amer¬ ica .. . The Boston-to-Rochester runs .. . Truckee . .. And to all a Good Night! Cheryl Duboyce Cherri ... zip . . . Notle next year. . . over the hill gang . .. Liebfraumilch .. . Saddle bag . .. sun sets . . . Seeing natures beauty and feeling natures touch. Things I like to do best. Adrienne Lee Duval .. . Andy .. . Ange .. . Turtle . .. Jackman, Me... 12 15 72... Joey . . . Fieldtrip to Harvard Square... Blush much?... I’m going to Maine this weekend . . . Spec Ed . Miss Duval . . . Memorial .. . Slay Hi to T for me. Robin A. Esper Crash 2 .. . mmm Strawberries .. . you are . .. Cachet. .. hey rah ... 5 . . . Robin, not Amy ... football signs... 10... midnight talks... my sister... Wellesley breakfast... Jade... Bob’s jacket. . . hockey sickness ... 26, 27,... 28 ... We’re gold¬ en. Mary Estella Alan R. Estes Jo Ann Patricia Everett Time may change me, but I can’t Captain Track . ,- football... Jo... Tennis... Track... Ski- trace time. Strange Fascination, Indian ... Twirp ... Waylanck ... . ing ... Dream on ... L.S.U. Mid- Fascinating me, changes are tak- Class day... Ducks... Tavern ’ night Sunrises... 66 Impala . .. ing the pace I’m going thru ... ... RT 9... Guard Rail... Weo ... Filenite ... N.Y. Trip Camping Trip... Smile... ... Gibbie ... Languages... Troops... hey Babe... Hockey Always In the Library... BSO Games ... 74 Bakeout. ... blue... Datsun 240-2... Benson 24k . .. Bob Bops .. . Kit¬ chen . . . Gary M. Evers What a try . . . carlooper . . . flag¬ on it. . . shafted in Brookline . . . $360 nite . . . Wareham . . . Doc . .. the Fox .. . Charger. . . Red Barn . . . venison stew ... O.K. let’s go . . . Deliverance .. . scuba diver... Primus... Highway Star ... 115 M.P.H. . . . 429. Mary Jo Felice Jo . . . Weana . . . trip to Margo’s . . . don’t bogart that... the Waterfall . . . Josephina... “Slick”... 10 2 73... quite nice .. . “rudeness in the prime” ... the bass . . . Apricot Brandy . . . Boston . . . the kids . . . Ber¬ muda . . . Bakeout. . . Perchin .. . We’re outa here. o Stephanie M. Fialkow Teresa Maria Fitzgerald Jane Flaherty B.B.G. . . . MacDonald’s... Ravioli Through The mail... Mr. Steak’s 5 ... Friendly’s cof- That’s so nice . .. Loyal Friend Deep Purple, 7 1 2 72 . .. Buns fee . .. Singing beach .. . “gotta . ... Competitive Speech... Bugs... Erik’s, Hamburger, change”... 1 Florida Summer Good Sense of Direction-Future Tanger... Follow Suit or Trump ... Timothy’s... “Let’s go to Nurse? .. . Boston Baby .. . Real- it.. . Somerset... Ping-Pong the beach” .. . Cambridge School ly . . . Will succeed. Champ ... Nothing’s Wrong, Stop . . . The Black Dog ... “Where’s Bugging Me!... Liberated — Lori?”... Southern Comfort... • 11 28 73... Rockport... waiting. wanna Rich Cynthia M. Flynn . 1 0 1 2 73 . . . ‘Our junior Year’ Mr. Ghilanis D. Period . . . RICK always July 20th a date to remember. mtrs. West Prom ‘74’ Foreign Lake Winnipesau- kee. Goodbye N.H.S. Forever! Linda Fournier Carlos... 11 17 73... buy a Duck? . . . cereally . . . Spanish Power. .. Horror Soci¬ ety . . . rude, crude, and socially unacceptable . . . come on Down . . . a-gee ... hi guy . . . Ralph ... I can’t hear you ... the kids . . . jabali . . . te quiero . . . Adios’ Corderas. Susan Mary B. Free Gymnastics . . . “Little Alice” . . . turn off those lights! . . . A.F.S., Marsha Jordan ... Al — how old do you think I look NOW? . . . Ooh — I’m gettin’ fat! .. . “Ela” . . . B.C. Simmons . . . Can’t stop me now . . . Esse Quam Vid- eri . .. Laura Freedman Humanities, “Words” Syrian Bread . . . dieting . . . New Year’s Eve . . . Silence is Golden . . . writing poems . . . Chemistry . . . The Moody Blues. ; r I I I r r « 9 $ f » v I i M Deborah J. Gaines Dreams of blueberry . . . kay .. . 482 trekkin peachy! . . . s unshine, “diddly” 7 . . . band choir. .. Bach on piccolo? . . . Gwendolyn . . . but our goodtimes are all gone and I’m bound for movin’ on, I’ll look for you if I’m ever back this way. • • • Stephen Garofalo How’s the running? . . . Stop Shop ... ’71 Nova . . . stache . . . keg . . . parties at Galvin’s . .. Budweiser. . . F. Troop Biology . . . Sunday Nights at Timothy’s Two . . . Rock Roll will never die . . . Oilzum . . . Snow’s Packy . . . California or bust! . . . Col¬ lege bound. Gina Gastaldo Mike; “Sound of Music” . . . 12 9 73 and still wet... Kalei- descope ’73; teacher’s aide . . . E—period study . . . Sunday nite bowling . . . Chateau de Ville . . . Eagerman’s; Canada-bound at midnight; “the truth will set you free” ... are we outta hea? 44 Michele Marie Gearan Mickey .. . Hello; it’s me . . . Hey Rah! . . . gymnastics . . . skiing ... “Think of me. You know that I’d be with you if I could. I’ll come around to see you once in a while, or if I ever need a reason to smile.” Holly E. Gilfillan Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful ... We must carry it with us or we find it not. Emerson. Susan Lorraine Geissler The first shell, of all the many polished pebbles and seashells washed upon the shore inspires a treasure chest glowing and brim¬ ming with the smiles and tears of deepening friendship. Lisa M. Giallonardo Lisa with a “G” . .. Mini Guinea . . . VP 71-2 . . . Sec. 73-4 . . . Girls State ’73 — Sec. of State . . . f iddler — Carousel — Dames .. . Weston Concert ... Holly Fest. — 1st ... CYO — Pres. ... Ulcer Lady ... TENNIS ... Touraine . .. Hey “A” . . . Croce ... My Bomber ... Tuna Apple ... NU-P.T_SMILE! Michelle Giannetti Mickie ... Bob .. . 6 10 72 ... Peanut butter . . . Drive-in .. . Cape . . . Bermuda ... ski trip ’73 . .. ThomMcAns .. . shopping Hey Lanzy . .. nursing. Howard Giller The flamboyant tree ... piglet .. . little Puerto Rico ... 4 V.W. hubcaps ... brrr ... jumping jacks in the middle of the road .. . A las cinco de la tarde .. . let ' s go, Platero . .. Tomorrow is the first day of the rest of your life. jodime Glod National Honor Society . . . News and Features Editor of Sassamon ... going to the Cape . .. Inter¬ national Relations Club . . . Latin Club ... Explorers Post 666 .. . Leonard Morse Hospital .. . trial Lawyer. Paul Gorman Gorm .. . Caf. Marshall ... Big Bake . .. one of the fellas .. . Troops .. . N.H.S. lot ... Sat. nights allright! . .. “Thy Boy” . .. “Ski” . . . card shark . . . Italian American Club ... “Take me home” . .. C.B. Radio. Mark S. Grandoni Gimpa ... I like the picture ... Scorpio . . . Reaching for a pun . .. 1:56 ... skiing ... Tequilla Sunrise .. . NO WHAT! . .. Oh, when me and Lenny go . .. bound for Colorado. Michelle M. Greel DINO ... SNS ... Best friends . . . North Carolina .. . CJ SM . .. OGNAT ... Whitney Field ... My big brother Bubba . .. My friend Don . . . Cloverwood .. . You’ll see it .. . Everybody is a star J.B., C.M. . . . Forever. 45 Sonja M. Green BOB ' S BABE . . . Your Cinnamon Girl . . . Rainy Nights . . . Waiting for September. Christina Elizabeth Gringeri Before I only dreamed of what could be done; now I dream and realize it is part of the future for which I have worked. Gary S. Guarino Good driver . . . ex-Star Market employee .. . toona! . . . goat bridges . . . hello, Ed? . . . whoop, whoop . . . psst, it’s time to go . . . S.P. commissioner ... all those doors ... MacDonald’s ... auto show, etc. ... I was asleep . . . Salad’s Raiders. Harold L. Gurney Bernie . . , on the draft the third Hooked Camaro SS 350 no I didn’t paint it with a brush . . . Stop Shop Five . . . ourt-ourt? carpentry. • • • .. I’ll Bid going for John Edward Hahn Allstate . . . Hush Sweet Puppy . . . Football Games . . . Yeah! . . . Trombone Quartet . . . Hit It . . . Egg Harbor . . . Summers with Mike, Nanette, Willy . . . Stewed Tomatoes . . . What’s the color code? . . . Lake Superior’s all wet . . . Practice after school Dave. Robin Lynn Hal . . . Slatt’s . to the Cape Beach . . . S.J.J. morning talks at you skipping Hallo ran weekend trips West Dennis Bermuda ’73 . . . 7:10... Sproana 9 28 73 ... box Blues . . . Kentucky at , . B.C.W. . . . RS.MUR . . . Press 10F6 . . . N.H. . . 16 . . . 1 11 74 . Mike. Chris Hammett Friday night skating — cards in the lounge — deal me two — the roll ’em gang. Robert Harrington Mustang power, “Duck,” Barbara, Lovezzola’s Pizza, West St. Drag with O.)., Demolition Derby? “I am bored confused.” The lonely drummer boy. Dana Band Concert. Those English Sub¬ stitutes. California and then . . . 46 William R. Hart Bill Dana . . . The Barn . .. Yago . . . Track " 74” . . . 5-150’s . . . Hart’s doggyn’ it . . . twerping in the Locker Room . . . Milton Cheerleader?? Mary Ellen Hayes I’m going to the music wing ... French horn . . . Bland block . . . Saturday morning . . . Mac¬ Donald’s for lunch . . . Those Trombones . . . The Gang. . . The heater ... Weston ... AFS ... Marshall’s ... District ... Left¬ overs at lunch . . . Chicago. Richard H. Hayes Lori ... 8 1 71 ... New Year’s Eve . . . Fireman’s Ball . . . t.t.l. .. . S S . . . 20 Gallons. . . Yago . . . the fish are jumping . . . can’t make decisions . . . harmonica. Richard Heaney Minga, ’61 ... Slippery when wet . . . waterskiing, ‘‘you had to be there” 2!4, " Thank you”, Onset . .. Afeer ... NLabs ... I hate you 10 times worse ... the Box . . . Ex. Boa . . . The road goes ever on. Brian Hennrikus Deceased 4-speed Opel 3-speed Duster . . . Holliston . . . Framingham Country Club . . . Coatings .. . A-wing . .. South Natick ... P.C.j.C.B.R. ... The Path . . . Quiet . . . Shy. Donna Louise Henry hi . . . friends . . . there’s music in me! . . . All-State ’73 . . . little children . . . Heather and Heidi . .. THE ear ... kiddie lit ... bookstore gang . . . thanks, Mr. Maher ... I never scream at foot¬ ball games! ... I am always thanking God — for you! . . . Bye! Nancy Herlin Doug . . . 3 3 73 . . . clam . .. the key . . . football games . . . Mac’s for lunch . . . F period study . . . Exchange Concerts t. . Carousel ... Faure . . . District . . . al(state . . . David’s last words .. . tongue blow! . . . Oak St. ... Tangle- wood . . . BCC . . . music forever. Nancy R. Herman Give what you have to others, it may be better than you dare to think . . . The boys in Needham, Lab partners ... the night at the beach . . . Florida . . . N.C. the movie .. . Paragon . . . Our way .. . Out to dinner. . . the bed was . . . House parties. Wellesley Hills. Nancy E. Hooley Nance . . . Quiet? . . . Future Teacher — mornings at Ben-Hem ... will you help me with my Math?! . . . Safety Patrol . . . IMC before school . . . ballet teacher .. . Carousel . . . Dames at Sea . . . UN postcards . . . she’s my sister .. . Sh-h-h . .. Smile! Douglas L. Hunter Hounda . . . Dapper 2 . . . Laugh much .. . Hey Dick . . . J.B. ... fluffy . .. stabbed in the back .. . Red Berets 100... Clip . . . Ya hi ... 19 . .. NCO. Elisabeth B. Hutchins Betsy . . . Timmy ... 60 North Main . . . food forever . . . sensi¬ tive ... ski much . . . Future Sec¬ retary . . . alias Ernestine . . . One ringy dingy ... 10 6 72 ... Honey. Celeste Ignacio Pineapple . . . Sealtest . . . Let’s face it Kath ... a new diet? . . . Dad’s girl ... no fooling around .. . dancing V.W. . .. Trucking . . . Surfside Country Club mid- nite member. . . Harwich Port. . . Randy 5 3 73 .. . Well fleet . .. Life’s ours for making. Joanne M. Indelicato Mike ... Jo ... Memories to cherish ... 143 .. . I don’t get it .. . together . . . Future nurse . . . rallies! . . . See ya later .. . I’m sorry . . . diet . . . Let’s go BIKE riding . . . Happiness ... I’m only kidding . . . 9 25 70 and forever. Keith Jacobs In love ... Rochelle .. . Cask n’ Flagon . . . Karlooping . . . Hey red ... The fox... Big Red barn . . . College Bound . . . M.C.P. . . . Drugstores .. . What a try Rm. 261 . . . Shut-up Keith . . . A.Z.A. . . . President . .. I’ll drink to that. . . Jake. Vincent J. Javier Capt. Halves ... Salad’s raiders .. . tennis team .. . Auto show • • • Mac’s Hey mother ball games .. . star . . . mixed orders . . . ... foot- Hi-Lo ... Liquors • • • Band Now again! • • • .. . Vin’s New Year’s Eve 48 Thomas J. Jeffrey 12-104-9 Mai ... feathers ... chicken soup . . . kitchen sink . . . alka seltzer surgery . .. “con¬ tinuing involvement in Indochina can only result in further devel¬ opment of the econo-imperialistic complex” . . . free abortions and Angela Davis . . . pornography. Edward Jodice Time is ... Too slow for those who wait, Too swift for those who fear, Too long for those who grieve, Too short for those who rejoice, But for those who love, time is not. Charles Jones Charlfes- Jones ... skiing ... Biology II ... sailing PAANBTM ... water, water, water . . . Rhode Island . . . ocean . . . Appalachian Trail . . . woods ... scuba diving. Pam J ones Music always . .. you wanna sneak out? . . . Ann’s place . . . Algonquin . . . Purple contact lenses .. . what do you want to do? ... 1 clutz . . . early down . . . have a few roses ... do you like this mailbox . . . just sitting sub-terranian anyone . .. Colorado. Jeffrey E. Jordan Edward F. Kane All-Brite Hall of Fame . . . Bad Lauren . . . New Year’s Eve . .. scene, ha? . .. 1 7 . . . Cap’n ... My party with Max and Buster, Spucky .. . poke one today? .. . Combat Zone . .. items . . . Duck’s Tavern . .. West Point? Decent . .. Honda . . . Beer? Why .. . baseball. not! .. . Timothy’s Too on » Sunday nights .. . A P . .. the Cape . . . R.l.. . . Town Line after work . . . Sister Linda. Maria Ellen Kass Gary Kaufman Right ... whooo? ... prerally Joker ... cut down much? ... warm-up ... ski trips .. . the just kidding . .. everybody’s Cape .. . heisting . .. almost ... friend . . . Itams . • • Eagles . .. late slips . . . KSO . . . who me? wanna play pool? . . . Hustler . . strange ... Florida someday . .. Bud Man .. . Olds 66 . .. Jeep . .. what’s going on? . . . out to lunch Skate? .. . Street Hockey . . . .. . good ole skip days... I don’t Basketball . . . R.T. . 6 9 73. know ... us guys . .. Every end is a new beginning. Joyce Ann Keady SUPERSTAR! GOOBER ... California . . . Keep on Truckin! . .. Blue-eyes ... without You .. . What else can I say? ... Union House . . . License with Jay .. . SERIOUSLY! . . . Future P.E. Teacher ... Little Tuffy! Super! . . ., Buster.. . June 20 . . . NU .. . Live each day to the full¬ est. Judith Ann Keady RUSTY . . . 8 5 71 ... To love somebody ... last night of 71 summer . . . Carlings . . . Sneakers .. . If I were a carpenter ... Oh! ... That will work .. . midnight talks .. . Sunday afternoons .. . aggravator .. . Earth . . . M.C. . .. breakfast at Bickfords ... I’m impressed! Frank S. Kendrick William C. Kennally III Roll ’em . .. Ahab Jingle . . . Dr. How’s it going (Buddy) Dippy’s Retreat .. . Animal . . . “Mack the knife” .. . the Regs Volleyball . . . cards in the . . . Friday nights . v N.P. . .. Lounge ... 7 come 11 ... F. (Beaumont) ... Skitagooch ... Period study . . . Reflect . . . Mid- Catch a quick one . . . Losers deal die East War. ... nice talking with ya. Paula Jean Krager Amy J. Landesman P.J. . . . Jimmy 7 24 73 .. . Maroon .. . Cachet . . . my baby orange VW . . . New Jersey . . . car . . . you are . . . hey rah . . . 7 New Hampshire . . . Prancing ... football signs . .. Wellesley Paula to Paul . .. Wallaces . . . breakfast .. . Thanksgiving Day . France 74 .. . Friday Saturday Crash ... legs ... Amy, not nights ... a time and a place for Rob in . .. midnight talks . .. flat everything .. . our Jr. year ... big tire .. . red light? . .. 26, 27 ... brothers .. . College bound ... 28 — the beginning, psyched. Carlene A. Kennedy Mark Kenney Terry . . . 5 12 73 . . . Love is all Roll-em! . . . cards in the Lounge, we need ... Hello, it’s me . . . C’mon Seven! ... kick the Coke Bessy . . . Let’s go to breakfast machine .. . Band, Motorcycles .. . MacDonald’s .. . Christmas •. .. my car is a peach ... a rotten party in ten minutes . . . Queenie one . . . School is great except for . .. Wellesley raid. classes every day. Steven Jerome Landry Donna M. Lane Steve ... Salad’s Raiders ... Steve ... 5 25 73 ... Constan- Who’s going to Mac’s? . . . fliptop tines . . . skiing . . . sailing . . . cans . . . Auto Show . . . Who’s football games . . . Mrs. Panchuck gonna flip? . . . football games.Kindergarten ... kids .. . Always Wins? • Florida ... Bermuda .. . Cape Fontaines. - • ■s Robert A. LaRoche Lisa LeBlanc Mr. Bo’s Buddy .. . The Boat or Summer in Canada ... tennis . . . [The Bomb ... Can I join the future jockey . .. Hey Me and, team? ... Soccer ... 2 ... where’s Jean? ... My Pie! ... Hockey .. . Finally made it ... Ain’t at me ... Weekends with OK down there, Hit it. the mad marotta ... Wined up I ... Food again ... Igor’s ... I’ll write him tonite ... Camaros ... 9 8 73 ... er? ... Prom 74. Kathleen Lefter Judith Lentini Lefty—California ’73 and ’74 — The importance of knowing one’s Navy (Captain Kathy) — I wanna self becomes increasingly evident go bar hopping — shut-up you if one is to effectively deal with dip — The Track — How about a his environment. The need for an bet? — Vegas here I come — The open mind and the understanding Great Greek — C period with the of man’s intellectual potential guys — Tennis — All right — “my then becomes painfully obvious, way” — Keep on Truckin’ Linda Lentoni Diane Lepisto Lauren Sandra Levenson Sandra Levey Mini Gini ... John, 305 Honda, .Ears was here ... your highness Happy Are Those Who Dream Sandy .... Laughs at anything! Duxbury Beach Squeaky, our . .. T—5 . .. Chawrifice ... yes, Dreams, But More Happy Are ... drums ... Minor 9ths .. . Am junior Year — Mr. Rosen Stick- master ... those nights at Zayre Those Who Are Willing To Pay I doing this right? .. . Chorus ... or ... Prom 74, Howard John- ... “Fab” ... Brad roll’em ... The Price To Make Them Come I don’t believe it! ... modern sons, John 6 1 73, 6 2 months. beginnings ... “Happiness is True. problems. made to be shared.” Kathleen Linane Kath . . . Bermuda 73 . .. Jimmies . . . T.C. . . . Laugh much . . . Fish Snow . . . Hello It’s Me ... 1 of 3 . .. 8 25 ... B.T.B. . . . Q6 ... Where’s Kath ... 2 lost souls ... Who bites Her nails . . . You look like someone I know .. . Weekend of 10 7 72 .. . Someday! Kathleen Linton Kathy . . . Bermuda ’73 ... B.T.B. .. . Mocha chips . . . R.S. ... Where’s Kath? ... Do you know The way home? Sonny’s — Dad ... up The Annex .. . Bee Gees ... 2 lost souls ... Week-end of 10 7 72 ... Stair¬ way To Heaven. Kevin Linton Dex .. . Rambler Scrambler ... Big Red Skates . . . Slap Shot . . . 9-8-72 .. . G.M.B. Prom 73 .. . 9 . .. “Itams” . . . Daily Double . . Where’s Kaufman. Diane Littlefield Scott 1-6-73 Prom 73 Almost live at 207, Swimming after 10 P.M. So what’s another Fri. night? K.G.O. Midnight talks at 14 Roast Beef at No. 2 Mom’s ... Look alike? Street Hockey Practices. Dear Abby needs a Shoulder . .. Love ya. 73. Dana Littlefield Billy - 5-15-73 Midnight talks at 43 B.F.T. Yago . . . Hey Rah .. . The barn .. . Look alike? Secrets ... 26-27 ... 28 Like perfume much? Brownies for Mr.—B. I like the little things forever. LuAnn Lofgren Lu . .. Brad . .. 4 6 73 .. . LMH ... Lee Hyo Sook . .. modeling? ... almost ... down with the PWC .. . B. Streisand . .. what a voice . .. Nantasket .. . Honey ... Miniver ... Brad jokes ... those hospital parties .. . love something each day ... Stairway to Heaven. Jacqueline Lord Joe .. . BERMUDA 73 . . . Mocha Chips . .. Brighams ... Rink Rat ... Sherborn parties .. . M.B.C. ... Like hockey much? ... F period great escape. Kathy Lyon ’• ' ARK 6 12 72 ... You ' ve Made Me So Very Happy . . . Funky Chicken . . . Ducky 143 . . . V.P. Certain Rock Star 1 28 73 and The Guitar That Saved His Life . . . ’66 Chevy .. . Women’s Lib . . . Brother Louie ... Press Box Blues ... M.l.T. class of ’78. Penny Elayne MacKenzie Miss Curran’s English Class ... 2 19 72 Cochitchuate with Deb . . . bread . . . Secrets with Corey . . . Rain . . . David . . . Last Song . . . I’ve been waiting such a Long time for today. Daniel H. MacKenzie Sanny . . . Tina . .. ’70 Torino ... Mr. Steak ' s Head Cook . . . Cape . .. Humarock + Cotuit ’73 ... the patch that never ended . . . Maine in winter of ' 74? . . . Kill¬ ing Me Softly . .. Bill + Dan’s Ruff Riding ... THE ROPE¬ SWING . . . Now to Start! Joanne Lytle Jo . .. Roller Skating!! Thin is in .. . 6 ... Modern Problems . . . Car Accident ... Rings!! Pack Rat?? Last minute plans!!! I may never pass This way again . . . “What’s for lunch”. Terry R. MacQueen Caldor . . . Cape Cod .. . When are we going skiing . . . girls’ room after English ... A wing. Catherine Alice MacKay Alice . .. Cooper . . . those 1 way streets . ' ...another bummer ... Mac’s pit stops . . . Ziggy . . . Natural High . . . PT 1 ... Nova Scotia .. . B.C. rides . . . Eat Much? ... 1 of 5 ... TIME College Bound . . . Let the good times roll. Lisa Mahoney Peace in the world depends upon the peace within its people. If we can create such inner peace that hatred and aggressiveness are no longer necessary then war and de¬ struction will be obsolete and we will have a better, more loving world. Lisa ’73 Marjorie Mannos Pancake House, April Fools . .. all worth while . . . Misty water color memories, of the way we were. Jerry Markow Dawn .. . work . . . more Dawn . . . Hot-Shoppes . . . nice legs . . . Friday night . . . drinking night .. . Schlitz . . . Pontiac Tempest ... the boozemobile . . . College bound . . . Sports at Ben-Hem . . . Bruins . . . Celtics . . . and more Dawn! John Marso Sue ... Combat Zone, May 10, 1974 . . . Friendly’s wall . . . Tea . . . Newton Y . . . Officer’s Club . . . Italian American Club .. . Math Class . . . Natick Labs . . . Falstaff . . . Just call me Ed . . . Paragon Park. John Martin T.G. for E.G. .. . Thank God for Early Grad ... I don’t wanna go to school ... I don’t wanna grow- -up ... I don ' t wanna get a job ... I don’t wanna get old ... I won’t go to school ... I won’t grow-up ... I won’t get a job . .. I’ll never get old .. . because I’d rather travel in the sweet dream of reality. Nina Martinangelo Weena ... wait a minute I’m thinking . .. mental .. . 2nd tree on the left . The Plan . . . what apples? .. . Rubber Duckie ... Christmas Eve’s at Deb’s ... al¬ ways late .. . eargh ... decisions ... blch . .. the 4th on Friday night.. . someday. Cynthia L. Mathews 12 31 72 . . . 10 20 73 .. . David . . . good driver .. . best friends . . . North Carolina ... Summer 1972 ... P.S. Take care of your teeth . .. Franco, can I have the car? .. . Hockey games with Dik- mak .. . New Year’s Eve. Patrice Maude July 29, 1972, Falmouth Hts; A plastic ring ... Temptation Eyes . . . Go away little girl .. . Isabel Rose, let me roll in the dirt . .. The Pub . .. Isn’t it a pity all things must pass? . . . Rich. Lynn McAllister P’nut. .. 6 . . . Last minute-plans! Business Machines . .. Blank mind ... MAINE!!! Clean? Snack Line — Lettuce Tomato Sandwiches. Richard E. McCarthy No. 5 — Football — Dawna — Italian American Club — Big Bake — Baseball — Better known as Mac — I hate Walpole — I’m outa here! . .. Hockey Games . . . one of the Troop . .. Kokomo Kid. Michelle T. McClure Micky, Lee, Taxidermist — Eager- man’s Best ... future Zoologist ... ’64 Galaxie, Shut-up . .. Get out! ... Marbles? ... Theresa • who? . The Kiln! — What broke now? v V % Carrol Louise McCormick Keep on TRUCK’in ... Whitney Field . .. NHSDC ... Pre-Rally warm-up 2 ... No. 13 ... Where’s Michelle and Janet? ... Table for Five . . . NLABS ... My Brother Billy .. . Good Morning, J.B., D.D.! .. . crebmos ... Camp ’73 ... S.M.J.C. William H. McCormick Combat Zone .. . April Vacation 73 ... Maine . . . I.T. .. . New Year’s Eve ... V.W. ... Friday Night hockey ... the Cape . .. Fourth Tee ... R.l. .. . Sunday Night at Timothy’s Too .. . Hon¬ da. Paul McDermott TERMITE ... Ma?n ». . Den¬ mark . .. Beat... Ski... 22 Kevin McKenna K.M. . .. One of the fella’s that certain night .. . Honest officer I’m sober .. . Football .. . Base¬ ball ... You play Football yes .. . no ... yes Coonie ... Good Luck. Mark J. McKertich KATHY 6 12 72 ... ' 37 Woody ... DeMolay .. . EM-7 ... Sanc¬ tum . .. Beginnings .. . Lord of the Rings .. . 1 28 73 VW ... dickie ... the boss . .. male chau- vanist and proud of it ... key¬ boards ... 143 .. . NEV. Linda R. McKie Danny . .. 8 24 73 . in the driveway Shake your head ... wasn’t that . .. Weston .. . trenchmouth Mono ... Parties this HA-HA-HA. .. Patchouts 6 21 73 ... let me drive star over there? Making rain . .. Lindur . . . toes ... like Margaret H. McMahon Peggy . .. RICK .. . 1 21 72 ... bubs ... 1 of 12 .. . screwdrivers ... Mouth . .. Conn ... Future Plans . . . that laugh!! . . . Now Forever. Daniel McSweeney SURE!!! Twirp ... the parking lot ... BIG GRAPE ... Sween ... Lynne - 6 12 70 - 70! 18 Schlitz? Trip to Maine . . . FRAG¬ ILE nose — it’s bleeding again . .. Playing baseball in the locker room ... RT 9 guardrail. Mark Michaels Honda SL-350 — Thanks Pete . .. Ford Galaxie XL — Have you found one yet? . .. Swinging Sin¬ gles — Wanna Play Pool? .. . Graduate “74”??? Thomas S. Miller United States Marine Corps .. . Sarge . . . Wilson was the best. .. Narc . . . Post 457 ... My friends .. . N.P.D. Thomas William Minor Captain Major. . . Blonde Bomber ... me a star? .. . Big Red Worm .. . J.V. at heart. .. Pepto Bismol — aah! ... Who’s Unsung? ... T.V. with T.V., Say something! . .. Hurtin for certain . . . Off to the hospital ... I wanna real doc¬ tor! . . . Who’s dawgin it? Bye Steven Monosson California .. . Vermont skiing . .. Lemans... U-Turn... Granada ... Why a Duck? .. . Munion and Nantucket ... Herman’s ... We seek him here, We caecum there ... Amherst ... To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people merely exist. Deborah Mooney Little moon . . . one of nine ... Roy 3 19 71 ... In Love ... They say it’s your Birthday ... Sunset ... room 17 ... Ber¬ muda . .. Mocha Chip ... Sum¬ mers in New Hampshire .. . Ski¬ ing .. . long weekends ... In need of shoes? . . . Always smiling ... a great friend! Lisa Alexandra Montalto Let today embrace the past with remembrance ... and the future with understanding. Dana Morris The whole world is a masquerade ... Finicky . .. Morris has a tem¬ per .. . Slim .. . Class has das ' ... Money ... That’s Nice. Rosemary Morse As today’s ecstasy passes ... into the infinity of tomorrows ... Endeavor to give of yourself .. . in order to help those less fortu¬ nate than you. Kenneth Murphy Moose ... Chevy .. . Friendly ... Molsons .. . Partial to Bridges . .. C a nadian at Heart . . . Timothy’s... in with Girls... Flirt.. . Watch out for the Delta 88... Bickfords... Scrintay-Cintay ... Watch the Cliff’s .. .Take it easy. % D onna Murray Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can re¬ treat and be yourself. Katherine Murray Mert ... gimmee a break ... Dover Tower ... B’s bakes ... slicky . .. thanks Ed ... a trip to Margo’s . .. over Jo’s . .. S.T. ... country roads ... gin lemonade ... cowboy rock . . . muggles . .. Ruby Tuesday ... You have to have a dream to have a dream come true. Richard W. Nason Cross Country 2, 3, 4 . . . Indoor Outdoor Track 1,2, 3, 4 .. . “Will it be” ... National Honor Society 3, 4 .. . Key Club 3,4 ... H.U.P. 2, 3, 4 .. . S.P. Commissioner. . . C.C. party ’71 ... N.A.C. . . . Mac’s . . . Salad’s Raiders. Maureen Nelson Practice, are we lost again?!. . . C period Zoo . . . Merex ... Peter, who’s blind . . . Sacks . . . Rm. 401 ... 0-518-785-8905 ... Hi Mark! .. . K.S.O. ... I’m so em¬ barrassed . .. Kathy, I don’t laugh funny ... F.B.G. .. . Cherish yes¬ terday, dream tomorrow, live to¬ day. Stephen J. Nicholson Nick . .. Football ... Wrestling ... Wellesley ... “The Neighbor¬ hood” ... Where’s Gup .. . Cha¬ teau Dudley ... Pull it .. . Pan¬ cake ... Benson’s Bomber’s Vet ... Line drills .. . Major, Kachush . .. Chave New Year’s Eve ... Oh Doing!! Bob Nord Juice . .. Weekend Bakes .. . Mus¬ tang .. . Natick’s High . .. Parties. Franco Notarangelo “Wop” ... Soccer, Golf, and Patty ... “Just you’n me” ... “Moe, can I have a piece of gum?” ... “Physics? ... “Fore” ... " Allie” ... Cioffi and ... Just like Mamma used to make it. Gregory M. Novicki Sophomore Year ... 76 Days .. . Summer of 72 .. . Cookie’s Wall ... Country Road .. . Tim ' s Truck ... Baking Roads ... Thursday Nights ... Day before school ... Aquart at 9:30 a.m. . .. New Year’s Eve ... Hojo’s with Pam ... Wicked Good. Margeret A. O’Connell " Peggy” . .. Tenny Mt. .. . Cine¬ ma ... Brain surgeon .. . Gun- stock; " Help I’m Stuck” . . . Bo¬ logna and Mustard . .. F Period, A P Class . .. Coach Leavitt . .. Freckles . . . " Oh, Peggg!” Mary Ellen O ' Connell M-i-w-e ... Irish Temper ... Animal lover ... Buddha ... " Don’t try it bud” . .. Nanny Moe .. . AFST .. Corny Jokes ... Cry when I laugh .. . Blush. Peter Bryan O’Donnell Never a back window . . . Balsams ... Ireland always late .. . Book of excuses ... Paint fight ... Clubhouse .. . Big, Bad Olds . . . Squint ... Mark IV Doctor? ... I can’t see . .. Blue Egg Inheritance ... Caught ... N.H. ... Cape Sunset .. . Casey Dogs . .. Orange Tie Died. Joseph S. O’Leary Olear, JoJo, hockey goalie, Screamin’ Joe, Walpole hockey game, Saints Team of ’73, mus¬ tang Mean Punchout Machine ... The Troops, should have been one of Chiga’s boys ... Are we outta here? . . . Watkins Glen ’73 (Rim All) ... Joe, Paul, Fitz UB ... Decent Time. Sharon A. O’Reilly Sha .. . BERMUDA ... Mocha Chips ... Yellow Ribbon ... THE WAY WE WERE ... Nov. ’70 — Oct. ’73 . . . Only time could tell ... of the 5 ... 2nd tree on the left... Fri. nite at the B.C. . . . Alcorn St. .. . Flat Tire ... Dad’s girl .. . Toyota ... It’s never too late .. . Someday ... Dream on ... O Deborah Orme Debba ... Kel, 3 17 72 .. . 2nd tree on the left . .. What apples? ... 1 of the 5 .. . Red licorice ... Deb, where’s Neen? . . . Channel 2 ... King Falstaff ... Oh yaaa . .. Christmas Eve’s . . . Prom ’73 . .. We’ll all be together again, maybe not for a long time. Judith E. Ostreicher Sarcasm champ .. . Remember mighty Mitro’s Bkking I and II F Period class .. . Red, Smiley, Blondie, and weird Harold of the Co-op gang ... Joe mechanic . .. Undecided ... ’73 yearbook ... Hysterical Mrs. Roy .. . New Life ... Donny W. v Christopher M. Pallotta RALPH ... MARIO ... 51 Football ... G.T.O. ... 6 Pack ... High no trump . .. SURE ... Sunday Mornings .. . AIIBrite ... Hall of Fame .. . Award of the Cross Mops .. . Bad scene . .. Bet I can eat it in one bite .. . Cliff hanger with Bibo and Ben . .. IGOR ... 6 Hockey. BRt ■’ i Sp i j-- 3 f . ■ • safest Cm - • J an is Palmer Always be yourself ... A trip to Margo’s . . . Seen AT M.V. . . . Snowmobiling at Wilderness? . . . Sloe-Gin Fizzies . . . Dover cruis¬ ing . . . C-Period . . . Sun Baking at the pool? . . . Sneaking out . . . Got an I.D.? . . . Pleaded North ... Skiing forever. Alfred Akihiko Pan Salad’s Raiders ... Yeah, Yeah, Sure, Sure . . . One never knows .. . Philatelist . . . Photographer . . . Future physician? . . . Hi Fred . . . F period lunch . . . Sassamon Photo Editor ... S. Executive Board . . . Safety Patrol . . . Want your picture taken? Deborah Paquette The Unicorn stood in captivity captured by maiden True and fair Love was the name of the who who held The unicorn in captivity. In captivity yet free. J 1 w } Theresa M. Parsons Future airline stewardess? . . . Boston Baby ... 11 121 12, Florida-dreaming .. . Cape Cod summers . . . Mass Bay bound . . . dancing, music, friends . . . Love . . . “If I could save time in a bottle.” Janine Marie Pellegrini Afro . . . Summer of 73 . . . P.W. .. . roof football? . . . April ’74 . . . jan. 1 8 . . . K.S.O. . . . Italian ... rainy day in Webster . . . “I was just sitting there” . . . Hey Lib ... I have Gym? ... What period is this? . . . S.D. . . . “I’m sure of it.” -v: ...... - ■ S Igjifes .... grill ' ■ S3 mm I Roger Pellegrini Beer, V.W., New England Drag¬ way, The parking lot, Parties, Engines, Using a friend’s Boss 302. Hope to buy a muscle car when I graduate. Most wanted list. Sue Pellerin The dynamic duo . . . night at the farm . . . B.C. . . . H.H. . . . Rub¬ ber Duckie . . . foxy . . . Harvey’s . . . Heavy Chevy . . . flat on Acorn St. ... 2nd tree on the left . . . 1 of 5 ... Xmas eve toilet paper . . . nervous? . . . where’s my potato chips . . . someday we’ll be together. Joanne Louise Penswick Sproana . . . REC’s ... tar babies . . . out to lunch with Boudie . . . Toyota . . . Bermuda 73 mocha chips . . . Alfalfas ... 1 of 6 . . . bicycle built for 2 . . . 5th grade romance . . . skip much . . . inside .. . Dotty hot Lips . . . Hans . . . Wed . . . Green eyes. Ik: ' •’W-f Randy Perry John G. Peters Vataha . .. rubbish man .. . Jack ... gymnastics .. . Judy ... you’re weird ... Celeste ... LaBatt... The circle ... JOC. 5 3 73 ... Wellfleet... Biedrzycki syndrome ... Surfside ... coun¬ try club midnite to remember... Bennies .. . OK Kev ... Me and Vaka will drive your car home and hail you out in the morning ... Peanut Butter Pizzas. John Phipps Susan Porcella John Phipps . . . Porter. . . One of Sue . . . quiet . . . Friendly’s . . . the Big Buy Gang .. . Summit.. . I’m insane . . . I’ll listen . .. when void . . . Room 302 ... Canaan friends ask there is no tomorrow Mt. .. . Plymouth Satellite ... ;.. infactuations when you are April 14, 1972 ... Twins ... One good to others you are best to of the Three Musketeers. yourself ... be happy .. . Live. Cheryl Potter William J. Rainsford , Jr. Darlene Randolph Karen Reed Another Dud .. . Mac’s Pit Stop Ralph ... The Lush .. . Going to To Woody, get flicked ... Kitsy Joey ... another hit at my senior . . . Natural High .. . Eastham . .. Daceys .. . The Buick . . . BTNH . . . Cape Cod ice cream .. . Look picture . . . Harley . . . XLH . .. this stinks . . . Lane 1 ... To- ... 3 Depts .. . Xmas Party ... at the cloud over the big . .. Jim- What are you selling .. . Big Bird night’s the night .. . my contact What happened to the Beer? ... mie stop short ... Didn’t I tell ... Gerties . . . M.G. .. . TWEET slipped ... Deb’s pool hall ... Surprised a few ... Down in you to act normal ... CB.Oh! that stomach ... Sum- Igors? . .. B.C. Football game ... South Natick .. . from West ... Eggie .. . Rocky .. . The beginn- mertime is the best time ... the big white boat ... Florida or JP ... Special thanks to CW. ing of me ... the — That’s all horseback riding ... that beak .. . bound ... 1 of 5. SB. and a few more .. . also DC. folks. you ham ... I hope I make it. and EP. or is it B B. Linda Reppucci Be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be . .. and above all keep peace with your soul in the noisy confusion of life with all its sham drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beau¬ tiful world ... BE CHEERFUL Tracey J. Reuman Shag . . . blondie . . . poems . . . Things to remember! . .. Satur¬ day nights on the town .. . Can’t stay home! . .. drive slowly! .. . coffee and coke . .. Co-op Friends... College bound... Friends forever!!... “Smile and be Happy!” locha Bruce L. Richman Going to go to NORTH ADAMS STATE COLLEGE, love vanilla ice cream ... a girl watcher. . . 2 nd loves baseball and ping-pong. Neal L. Rockowitz nee” .. . Tennis . . . M.l.T. Fairway . .. Seasonal .. . .. Racquet Club ... Carvel Sports III... Tennis Team Chinese Food... Jack’s... and . . . Scrabble .. . Lisa. John H. Rogers Circus . .. pearl . .. down there . . . Speed Queen . .. 2nd best .. . going to be a ditch digger? .. . What’s work . .. possible Brain Surgeon . . . Hamburg Uni¬ versity .. . Best Wishes . .. ’74. Frank Marjorie L. Rogers Ford Galaxie 500 . . . crash . . . Mels . .. Wayland . . . Framing¬ ham . . . Concord . . . Sick Puppy ... Anton’s Todd . . . Schlitz .. . 1 1 27 73 ... 1 1:54 ... What? .. . 2:00 in Maine .. . where’s Moe? . . . Flow’s your mother? . . . Flow’s the Goomer? . .. Big B, French Fries or Fried Fleas? . . . No Breaks Jonathan D. Roman The Ghoul . . . That Picture Homeroom fun .. . Hey, G Top of the World . . . Try Try Again. Margo Rome Me? . . . Have a party? ... Mercedes? .. . hootch-me? tweedle-dee ... you’re o.k. . . . twins? . . . Ike Mike best time camping .. . no, v o.k. ... red star .. . waterbed punchy .. . what a laugh . . . f Vacations . . . live for today. Alexandra Roodkowsky Alex . . . C’est la vie ... f Donald’s ... a brown Datsun Rink-a-Dink . . . mamow . . . land . .. Bradford Rd. . .. fu Nurse .. . Speech trips . .. N. forever! Cheryl A. Rosales 1 26 74 ... There’s a first time for everything .. . Building a Rainbow .. . Charlie . .. Sunrise at Coast Guard Beach .. . They used to say I was different; but now they are the way I used to be ... Life is a journey, not a desti¬ nation. Sandra E. Ross Sandi ... Louie 12 30 73 ... Youth Group .. . Grossman’s ... Mrs. Carter — family living .. . Mr. Holbrook - creative writing .. . Early graduation . . . U. Mass — someday. Michael Barry Rosen Raisin . . . Hey what’s up? .. . C.C. . . . that picture . .. Home¬ room .. . L.M.H. ... Dispatch Dial 616 ... Tell stories much? ... football manager .. . SICK JOKES .. . SURE! . .. HELP ME ... The most you can do for a friend is simply be his friend. Carol Rowley c. To ... Que (whacha call d Pasa? ... turkey ... what do mean the Allman Brothers c- : coming .. . decent ... We : r _ e tsi I lies .. . Who’s idea was ks anyway? Marcus Joseph Salas Doc ... The Wellesley Inn ... Olds 98 . . . Rock Roll . . . 50’s ... Cross Country ’74 . . . Miami Beach ... Borderline Natickite Gym? Catherine Santos Cathie ... Munchkin ... Dy¬ namic Duq v . . wondered . . . eve¬ ning at the farm-.. . skip days ... hostess .. . ECV .. . Sue’s Toilet paper ... rally ... Dan’s memory ... Some day we’ll be together. Kathleen G. Saveli Kathi ... Bermuda ... We’re outta here ... you babysittin again ... Mocha chips . .. Q6 ... Troop 2 ... Cape Getaway ... 9 8 73 . .. “Sac” Days . .. 10 7 72 weekend ... Annex Hideout ... Mutt Jeff ... BeeGees .. . Foxboro Concerts ... All things must pass. Mark F. Sawyer Vermont... Cycling .. . Camping . . Hiking .. . Hunting ... Living ... 6 30 70 ... 7 4 73 ... VE.D. . .. Freedom ... “The Sea a d the Forest each has its own Ii e within to share with those ho care, understand and seek to t plore” ... Peace! Edward Scanlon Big Ed Scanzo “Hey Hacker” “I don’t believe it” P.C. Bos¬ ton Garden No. 12 ... Rookie Let’s go barhopping. Linda S. Schlosberg KID . . . Northeastern University ... Sears ... Winnie-the-pooh . .. THE party ... In the puddle all night ... Who Me? .. . Raggedy Ann , f . Esmeralda ... Homely during the wee, ugly on weekends ... Never hate; just intensely dis¬ like ... 12 23 71. Joseph Scianna Jose’ ... Ski much ... Liberty Mutual ... Me and my mustang . .. C Period Sociology . .. Tennis Pro’ ... Mass. Bay . .. 6 1 73 . .. Vermont .. . New Hampshire weekends ... J.P.C.L. . .. one of the three musketeers. Maureen Sheehan Mother hen ... no, don’t you guys ... Mattapoisett ... animal lover ... country roads “n” sea¬ shores ... does this look alright? ... surprise parties ... us 4. Carmen Shearer M.E.T.C.O. student — who’s who — library aide — Carl — Junior Executive Board — B.S., C.S. M.S. in homeroom — Latin — C.S. C.T. — I’ve got a secret. Veni, vide vici. Diane Showstead Giggles .. . Summers at Hyannis . . . Oh No, Not Again . . . B.C. Football Games .. . Igor’s? ... Deb’s pool hall .. . Sears . . . Nat¬ ural High .. . Keep Smiling and everything will turn out all right .. . One of Five. Janice M. Silenzi “May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks.” Jrr. Tolkien ... Retreat with the out going tide and come to shor e when you are called upon giving love and peace ... Janice. Thomas Simeone Cymbo ... Sears ... Benson’s Bombers ... F Period Naps! David W. Simpson O.J., Weekends at U.Mass ... Ford Falcon, Fanbelt? ... Work Study ... N. Labs .. . When ya goin’ to let me drive da bug? ... West St. Drag with Duck ... Officer Davis .. . Hate radar units ... I’ll get around to It! ... En¬ glish class . .. Mr. Roy ... What does this mean? Third new Phys¬ ics class ... SAT’S, Trouble, Finally Out of Here!!!! Paul Bryan Slaman SNORER, SNORER, SNORER, SNORER, SNORER, SNORER, SNORER, SNORER .. . Don’t be Bitter. Sharon Francis Smith Sha-Sha . .. beautiful long hair ... Filenite ... I wish I were taller ... pink and purple ... Beach Boys ... K.S.O.. . . Dream On ... S.G.F. .. . Florida ’73 ... License!! ... Horseneck Beach ... There’s got to be a morning after . . . lucky 7 ... xmas of ’72 and ' 73 ... To have a friend is to be a friend. Barbara Snitko Summers at the Vineyard . . . Bob ... “Love can Make You Happy” . .. our den ... cat lover ... dreams by the ocean . . . what’s that? ... Surprise Parties . .. SNITKO ... us 4. Jeffrey L. Snyder Sakini . .. Stop the World . . . The Hobbit ... Turgay ... N.Y.C.... Enoch Snow Jr. ... The Three Bears — S.C. Show ... say New- ley in The Good Old Bad Old Days ... “Love your enemies” ... went to Israel, Italy, Morocco, and Spain ... Toot! Toot! Allan E. Sollima Joe’s party . .. Ellen ,.. Red Coach in April .. . Cape for 4 ... Drive-in every Wed.... 300 plus, Caps .. . Summer school gang . . . Jay’s Allnighter... Brophy till 1 . .. Corn Fields plus mosquitoes equal good time .. . Sleep in car... swing loose ring ... Foggy Drive-In . .. Shrewsbury . • . cemetery . .. Sunday joy rides . .. Behind the Bowling Alley ... Labor Day in P town . .. sleep in Rest Area. .. Rand and Teri L. Sohmer Sohm ... Lady Cab driver ... N.H.S. Lot . . . Sat. nights .. . “New Years’’ .. . Gymnastics .. . “Daddy’s little girl” ... 617 ... out to breakfast! .. . Everybody’s friend ... Future Nurse . . . The sober one of the group (driver) ... Always happy .. . meet ya down Friendly’s anytime. Robin M. Soreboe Sorbs ... Memorial Field ... psychedelic road ... Chinese Red- lights ... Trips to Boston ... Maine ... Labor Day Weekend “73” ... Tacos .. . Skiing ... Concerts ... Boston Club ... Natick Trust ... Mass. Pike ... “We may never pass this way a- gain.” Cynthia Ann Spiro Cindy . . . short .. . diets 4ever ... Dairy Queen . . . Cheering . .. smiling .. . perfume .. . going to Nana’s ... band bus ... red Mus¬ tang ... Always bikeriding ... future dental assistant ... be happy . .. Just be yourself, no one can tell you it’s wrong. Stephen S. Stavropoulos, Jr. Fender Precision Bass ... Beginn¬ ings . . . ’72 Comet . . . Stav . . . “Spiro” ... Summertime concerts . .. Hot Fudge Sundaes .. . Frits. Thomas K. Sullivan Sull . . . Sharon 8 27 73 ... “sorry griggs” Myrtle Beach ... baseball ... cm bomont. .. N.P.! ... Sue’s coconut.. . Lmh ... set Duffy .. . Westfield .. . Hello sir ... TTFN Thanx NHS Michaela Sterling Mucca . .. Lemans . .. Summer of 72-73 ... What Road .. . Bick¬ ford’s . .. Mass Turnpike .. . Nan- tasket .. . 4 ... Chinese Red lights ... Concerts . .. Tacos no Sauce .. . Memorial field ... Apple picking ... Exxon ... Psychedelic Road ... Friday night Jokes. Gary .. . 12 20 72 . .. Killer? . .. Bermuda ’73 ... mocha chips . .. Joan, what are tar babies? ... Y.G.B. ... binga ... 1 ... tiger ... vangie . .. Time in a bottle ... Timothys. Christine C. Szretter Chris . . . “A” wing girls room ... your best bet is . . . walking music .. . poet. . . peace Arthur? . . . 8 varsity B-Ball .. . Co-captain ... Calif . . . you’re gonna be a cop! ... Don . .. sitting on my skis, Feb. 9—11 ... purple sneakers ... I promise. Josephine Tavilla Tina ... Stefano 8 1 72 ... Friendly’s frenchfries . . . lasagne ... “That’s Italian!” .. . Summer Fury III ... “Turn on the radio . .. Soccer . . . Aquarius. JoAnn Texeira Margo’s parties . . . It’s gonna be a long night . .. the gold bomb’s pole . . . good morning Mary . . . tweedle dum . . . you’re ok Margo ... Ike Mike ... twins? ... Waterbed .... red star .. . cran¬ berry cake .. . Martha’s Vineyard ... The black dog. % Lisa Theroux Mouse . . . Pinto . . . marshmallow .. . W. Dennis swings ... the grins ... H.W. .. . smiling eyes ... Wellesley . . . ramble on ... It’s hard to get by just upon a smile. Charles Jeff Thomas Havin’ a good time when and where you want to ... music music . .. girls, girls, girls. . . bass guitar music . . . Hendrix . . . Freedom . . . Cool Charles Thorsen Chipper .. . Fort Knox . .. Friendly’s ... Michelle ... Mid¬ night Rambler . . . Big Beef and Chip .. . Tea Milk . . . Itams . . . bake out in school ... ’73 came true. Robert Troccolo Baseball . .. Wrestling ... 5:59 ... 3:59 ... the tie that wasn’t . .. Troc... Hot dog... The bear... turkey... Tom and the chauffeur. . . Panacek and his side kick ... 114 to 121 . . 1,2 pound over. Remp’s towel service .. . satch. ..... : SEWS m m i PH a? 1 t ! William Troy Troika ... Another concert ... No. 16 .. . Beatles . .. Lunch at Casey’s ... going to the movies ... Sears . . . Basketball .. . Do a ittle Walter Brennan .. . Dunkin’ donuts ... One on one against the world. Steven Turk Turksto ... Gymnastics ... 12 soccer ... Tim too ... NCO ... troops ... Thanksgiving rally, cheerleader . . . Cape . . . S rally . .. a lot of quarters, J. Yancey. Nancy A. Ulrich Rich ... Dad’s girl ... Wkend down the Cape . .. Eastham ... the B.S. daper . .. natural high . .. sneeze much? ... oh my god! ... tonite’s the night .. . Mac’s pit stop . .. Wellesley raid ... 12 31 73 ... 1 of 5 ... happiness is . .. friendships .. . someday I will be. Paul Joseph Urbanek Urb . . . Rassling . . . Chest .. . bench .. . lobsters ... Skiis Sunapee ... black falcon ... Casey’s bound ... Worth more than $200! ... Shut up Dave ... Whadda mean? .. . Policeman Paranoia ... me, cheap? , 7 ; I Ife Dorothy Ann Valle A special buddy .. . Partial to snakes and knives ... Blue Suede Shoes ... B per. gym class with Elaine . .. my old buddy Bri Mm Mm Good! ... M.B... . loves OSCAR ... Tense city ... work much . .. keep many secrets ... The long and Winding Road ... Take everyday as it comes . .. I’m Sandra Jean Valle Val ... Lane 1 ... Sun freak ... VSC . .. Europe 73 ... 3rd lunch ... someday Florida bound ... skating ... I’m bored ... poco ... purple ... Sweaters and C pants ... Something about that laugh ... someday. Constance VanGel Connie ... Bermuda .. . Where’s Paula . .. Little Miss Homemaker ... Another rum swizzle ... P.B.J. ... sandwiches .. . Kevin ... Hal’s football breakfasts ... Mocha chips ... Connie’s BIG Discount... Just takes one. Patricia Ann Vaughan Tricia ... my Italian friend ... Let’s go skiing ... Jude and Kath in Webster . .. s.d.s. .. . Dairy Queen ... guess who went to din¬ ner .. . K.S.O. ... A certain blonde .. . 62 . .. TV with T.M. . .. I’m impressed . . . Got any orders? .. . smile. sorry. Peter Vincent Clapton, Beck, Paige . . . Alaska bound .. . Alcohol . . . Hot but¬ tered Sleeze . .. Females welcome ... 4-wheel drive. Paula Vorse Bermuda 73 ... Bake what? . .. Sac times, Oblate days ... Troop II ... N.H.S. lot ... She caught us again . . . Oalcie’s PJ parties . .. It’s a long road to which there is no return .. . concerts .. . good luck. Mark A. Walsh " Roll ’em!” ... 63 Dodge Dump . . . Ahab Golda my nose . . . RA! ... Dr. Dippy’s retreat . .. A. M. Volleyball .. . Rocky Mountain Way ... F Period Lounge . . . Oh this is retarded! . . . “Get the Blacken Decker . . . that’s 2 .. . Que Pasa. Elizabeth Gail Walters B.B. . . . Summer of 72, 73, 74 .. . CCC . . . -April. 74 . . . K.S.O. . .. Any Mail? . . . Shamida . . . H. J. . . . Where’s Janine? ... What period is this? .. . unicycle .. . You going to the lounge? . . . Big Choice . .. Next year??? Wayne Warriner " Too many people preaching practices, don’t let them tell you what you want to be. Too many people holding back this is crazy baby, it’s not like me.” . . . Bonyaellen Summer 1973 ... " I’ll get by with a little help from my friends.” Fay Weber Traveling ... camping ... S.D. . . . and the Lazy D . . . Frank 8 16 73 ... The Meadow . . . H.J. and N.N.H. . . . Straight . . . I’m Sure! . . . Horseback riding. Katherine Whitney Bill . . . 7 4 73 . . . Where’s Judie? .. . lunch breaks . . . Live and Let die till 4 a.m. . . . K.S.O. . . . Finally up on one . . . C period zoo . . . Guess who went to din¬ ner? . . . F.B.G. . . . Deb, Pekey, Joyce . . . S.D.S. . . . Bermuda ... Fireworks . . . Oct. ' 75 . . . Mobo . . . Plumber. Keith F. Willens " Little Willie” . . . " Wow!” . . . What a whopper . . . move Baby Face .. . Tiny. Robert Woodhouse .• WvOody. . nV See the game last night . . . ' Stpfj Shop . . . Hockey, Goalie ’67 ... Fairlane 500. Bruce A. Wright " Duck” . . . Luv football, Walpole game . . . Secondary Naticks gonna pass? . . . Sure what can I say? . . . Seriously now . . . Tight collar rag .. . Needham ... In¬ door track . . . Stolen bases ... Rolling stone! . . . Ping pong . .. " Ducks Tavern.” Marilyn A. Wright Miney . . . 9 14 71 . . . The Broth¬ ers ... R C’s . . . Born to be Wild . . . Anyone Wanta Skip? . . . Wellesley ... 1 of 6 . . . The Field .. . H.H. . . . WEEKEND TRIPS TO THE CAPE ... Soldier Boy ... 1st house on the right ... WEST DENNIS BEACH ... Mateus V.C. . . . P). Susan Wright , m Mary Elizabeth Young Band .. . Concert Choir . . . real Dr. Dung . . . Norman Normal . .. friends . . . real people .. . gym- Charles . . . Royal Mistakes . . . nasties ... Oh my knee! ... art dat’s nice Janet . . . Make Points! pottery . . . Unitarian- • • • Who are you? . . . PSM ’73 . . . Universalist .. . Chase .. . finally Somana Beach . . . Are you the - we’re out! maid ... Jason Hungry ... Hey Mare .. . Wondering .. . Horror Society . . . Stella .. . Adios Corderas. Toby P. Zankel Tobias — ya know what? . .. Horror Society . . . Macher . . . Cereally . . . Not coming? ... I see, said the ... d tie ... Come . on down! . .. Orechet Numero dos . . . Hey you ... in the puddle .. . jabali ... is it? no . . . someone may speak that lan¬ guage . . . Rude, crude, . . . Adios Corderas. Marjorie Zonak " Killer” . . . Softball . .. Basket¬ ball Manager . . . You’re a senior? . .. " Beats me-” ... " I give up” .. . " Give me a break!” . . . Mar¬ shall’s . . . Sheba ... " Just be¬ cause you’re bigger than me” . . . Boston . . . moneybags . . . Don’t call me Marjorie. David E. Cowern Cow, Red, Hulk . . . Soph. Skip Freak ... 76 days .. . One of Dan B’s friends . . . Terry . .. Hopkin- ton, Mass. . . . " A” winger . . . Ashland " Swamper”? . . . ’66 Dodge .. . ’74 baker. Colleen Elizabeth Doherty ‘Sparkles’ . .. Party at my house! .. . Sundaes Cindy? .. . Pre-rally warmup no. 2 .. . future nurse .. . table for five ... diets . .. WOW! . . . LMH . . . Un huh! . . . Really! . .. Wanna go for a ride? ... M.W. ... SMU . . . traveling .. . Cloverwood . . . Everybody is a star... Ashtray. Katherine Louise Dugdale C’est la vie! Robert M. Dubinsky Bob . . . Mike . . . salad . . . Squire Dube . . . bike camping . . . Star Market . . . National Honor Soci¬ ety . . . S.P. Commissioner . . . Mac’s . . . Auto Show . . . flipping for trays . . . “Who’s Inept?” Bonnie Jean Duprey 3 burgs . .. Pink spaghetti . .. Horsetooth . . . black dog . .. lit¬ tle green ... Pike’s Peak ... Fare thee Peter Dumas T.D. ... 41 .. . F Period . . Backpacking .. . Mass. Bay . . H.R. 614 ... Schlitz ... The great outdoors . . . Roche Bros ... Math 41 . . . D Period. 11 • r At morning James E. Garvin Garv . . . likes to surf . . . pink panther . . . loves hot cars . . . Baked or what? . . . N.E. Dragway ... me Skip 10:30 a.m. bake out at Sears’ parking lot, Cam¬ bridge . .. one of the guys . .. those damn poles . . . Hey! What time’s the packy close? .. . Don’t worry, Squeak and I are like brothers! . .. gonna beat that kid! .. . rules are made to be broken .. . Born to be wild . . . Good friend. Michael Goodman Muttly . .. Afro-Diddy Maureen 1 ... Schneider ... Cross Country . . . Kimberly B.C. ... Santa Monica Beach .. . Marmitt Killer .. . Standish Hickory High Dives .. . Jackman Skiing .. . Swift River Camping . . . T.S.I.F. . . . Hurricane Hill . . . Covered Bridge. Daniel Manuel Gomes Thou shalt seek to avoid direct confrontation with thine enemy, and shall trick or outwit him before resorting to violence. Thou shalt not steal from thy friends, but shall not thy enemies blind Love ancf Happiness Power Philip Grupposo Trump . . . WC . . . Schneider . .. Either way you get a meatball . . . Celica veteran . . . ATP . . . Con¬ way . . . Booth . . . T.S.I.F. .. . England Bound . .. Swift River Camping .. . Kangamangus . .. Splash? ... Boulder loop ... Covered Bridge. J oseph Heenehan Heen . . . Porky . . . Schneider. Cross Country . . . Kimberly B.C. ... Dead Foot . . . Mac Truck . .. Vega Action .. . Santa Monica Beach . . . Aug. I . . . Yellowstone . . . T.S.I.F. . . . Standish Hickory High Dives . . . England Bound? .. . Dudleys . . . River Runner. .. Duke of D.D. Rhonda Hennessy It went right by . . . Summer 72 . . . tardy slip blues .. . school days . . . Mr. Morey . . . Hitch- Hiking Hilarities . . . Boy do I love J.B. . . . Lake Waban .. . RH RH . . . BBB’S . . . rip-off . . . The wink . . . toking in the porch . . . White Tornado. Amy Jo Kaufman There’s something better, I just know it ... a better place ... a better time ... it has something to do with music ... love . . . peace. Serge Klimowicz Klipco . . . Gymnastics . . . State Bound ... 66 Ford Fairlane . .. Tel. No. 653-0405. Kenneth L. Knopf Knopfa . .. Buttons . .. Water Skiing, One more try ... Hojo’s ... check the ice ... Let’s go bowling ... 1ST place ... OH those new BALLS! . . . NHS Band . . . MICKEY MOUSE EARS . .. Cape parties . . . " What’s a little Nick? " ... 80 mph Ramp Ride. Ann Larracey Heads of a round table . .. let’s go for a swim . . . lunch at my house . .. ‘‘Just sitting here! " Arlene’s co-pilot . .. snowmobiling in the wilderness ... I can reach the trees . . . chicken in the middle of the road . . . purple contacts . . . together we shall live. Shelby Leighton „ Squirt . . . chipmunk laugh . . . crazy socks . . . Crystal Blue Per¬ suasion ... 10 20 73 ... our promise . .. certain goalie from CM . . . No. 1 . . . SWTH . . . pint size person . . . Who’s this in my car? .. . E.S.P. ... “yuk " . . . Cherish . . . the rock . . . Moody Blues . . . PAUL. 71 David Herve-Pierre Lemaire Shake your fists at lightning and roar like forest fire, spread your light like blazes all across the sky. They’re gonna aim their hoses on you, show ’em you won’t expire not till you burn up every passion not even when you die. Scott Libby Lib . . . no. 82 . . . The Troops . . . Schlitz cans ... Twirp ... P.W. . . . V-dub . . . New Year’s Eve . .. Mount Wash . . . baked . . . passed out over Terri’s . . . decent ... 14 pounders . . . Lamb . . . Trumpet mouth .. . Chucka . . . Dudley’s ... late slips . .. the nuts. Michele Lipofsky Isn’t it a pity, Isn’t it a shame. How we break each other’s hearts, and cause each other pain. How we take each other’s love, without thinking anymore. Forgetting to give back. Isn’t it a pity . . . George Harrison - J oseph P. Morana )ose . . . Sue ... 8 17 73 Maine .. . Scotch on the rocks . . . Cookies and tweezers . . . Haunt¬ ed House . . . Vodka, Gin and Dixie cup . . . Rubber Soul . . . ’62 Olds . . . Whist . . . Sunday football. Kilenga Ernest Ntagozara “kelley” . .. Big Sonny 1 . .. Ernest ... AFS ... Rebel ... 6’3” and still growing . . . colanut. David W. Owen To be: strong enough to trea- Paula Jeanne Parece surer love, compassionate enough Have the courage to be different Katherine E. Paul to understand human frailties, without being contrary — without Soc ... Remember the Cape... wise enough to recognize my flaunting your independence. The Somona Beach . . . Chooke . .. mistakes, humble enough to be quality that makes us interesting, Late night swimming? . . . Horse- thoughtful of my neighbor and that makes us butstanding per- neck ... We don’t have a spare? righteous enough to be devoted to sonalities is the courage to be ... 4 28 72 . .. Crack . . . mush- the love of God. ourselves. rooms ... Loon Mt. ... Charlie. Mary Beth Perilli “How do you know you exist?” asked the Wind of the Unicorn. “Because I love and have been loved.” Ronny Reebe Pin head ... Reeb ... W. C. Bound . .. Schneider . .. Cross Country ... Kimberly B.C. ... Santa Monica Beach . . . Conway .. . Swift River .. . Learners Permit? .. . T.S.I.K ... Remem¬ ber Horn . . . Alice Cooper . . . Grand Lake . . . weather report .. . Dower House . . . Ashley. Sandra Hope Rosenberg Honorary METCO Student . . . Alojo ' s ... “Linda” ... Let’s raise the Lucitania . . . Superstar . . . 84 Marshall’s . . . “Mom” . . . F period crochet lessons . .. “WOEPUL” . .. LRY . . . THE dress . . . 77 . . . “rosie” . . . “Why not?” ... Tokin’ times . . . “Sadie” . . . Lots . .. Maudie. Nancy C. Ryan Rye ... Hi kids! ... Troupe 2 and B.B. . . . fighting Irish . . . pre¬ rally warmup no. 85 . . . Tween- ster and Tween Jr.-... Frankie’s big bird . .. he’s nice . .. Trip to Margo’s . .. C me reef period . . . Summers in Scituate . . . Wonders at Wilderness . . . Russiant . . . M M cookies at 2 ... Smile, Listen, Make a friend. Barry Shapiro What’s Happening? . . . the boards . . . doggin’ it. . . Ya gut any gum, Carmen .. . pretty bogus . .. MB . . . think of something for the agenda, Mary . . . DM ... a new and better administration . . . Sharon . . . getting lost to Walpole . . . nothin to it. safei:-.. :.:b. mm t. 4 4» m k m frfJ Stephen Simeone Chemistry — Mrs. Wolf . . . Sheila help me with this problem .. . A P ... BOOKSTORE - Mr. Tobin, We lost the keys . . . Wres¬ tling, Baseball, France ’73, Mr. Gaudette, Repetez Si Vous Platt . . . Mr. Drown and Miss Pothier. Dorothea L. Spinazola Thea .. . Caldor . . . Michael ... Memorial Field .. . Mustang . .. Spare Ribs . .. have you seen Michaela or Betsy . .“. apple pick¬ ing ... Psychedelic Road ... What did ya do this weekend? . . . Cricket .. . Chateau toilet ... Nantasket . . . how you are Jack. Mark J. Thompson Clip . . . Dadda .. . Hounda . . . Laura . . . luv ya ... G period talks with Lori . . . Barb . . . prob¬ lems . . . thanks a lot. .. NCO . .. st ab me in the back . . . obwrahs . . . Red Berets ... new friends . . . Rhonda Jo-Lurene 5Vi . . . op afeer wl ... I’ll miss you B,L,R,J. John Thurston Botts often . . . Seen with F. A. The Bum-kids .. . Echo Bridge . T.P.S. . . 1 28 ?3 makes . S.C.. . Frawn . . . keep people baked . . . and Jan . . . smiling — it wonder what . . . All that we you’ve been up to . . love deeply becomes a part of you . . . Fran Steven Williamso Slinky . . spi ne . . . W.C_ Schneider . . . Crash . . . One of the Muchies . . . T. S. 1.F. . . Snow . . . Need bucks . . ation? . . . Nite school . bu. n Cord . . . V.W_ gang . . . . Think . Gradu- . . Maii- David T. Yancey Yance . . . no. 4 . . . Ch. 4 TV debut. . . Summers in New York Cape . . . LAM . . . New Year’s Eve 72 73 . . . Art work . . . w clm . . . Cindy . . . Pudge Duck . . . Austin 850 . . . Hockey (Capt.) 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Class Exec. 2, 3 .. . Margie . Summer Marjorie Fine . . Chez . . . Cape Cod . . . of ’73 . . . Wild Horses 8 18 73... L.H.I_ R+C’s . . . speedy . . . . West Dennis . Mushrooms and green ... a smile . never forget. all nighters U Mass . . . Broccoli . . . forgive but Jeffrey Phillips I suppose that it goes to show that you have to be very careful what you pretend to be . . . be¬ cause one day you may wake up to find that’s what you are. Clara Maria LiDonni “If I ever need a reason to smile” — Super Jew, Ahem! — Maranan- tha, he will illuminate a thousand infinities and then me — babysal — just you and me shorti — Argen¬ tina — T.G. — Tiny — one of the three musketeers. T A William K. Brown Bill . . . that poor VW . . . the body shop . . . Dan and Bill’s. . . Ruff Riding . . . Super artistic . . . road runner. .. N.E. Dragway . .. Humarock .. . roll ' em . . . that darn fox . . . see ya . . . James Theriault Karen, my drinking buddy . . . blue Toyota ... my monkey . . . an ounce a week . . . Grendel’s Den... Great Gatsby . . . You’ll never come down . . . Darlene’s always there . . . Solitary Man . . . I grew up . . . Algarve and Mara- keech . . . just good friends . . . sorry Steve J oel Francis Hurd Dude . . . Where’s the plants? . . . Limo . . . IT Club... Hea . . . Chateau . . . Pulling donuts at Oblates . . . big tease . . . Bust Woonsocket, R.l. . . . Bars... Brother Bill . . . Susan Mandino Sue . . . Ashland . . . Fram . . . Humpty Dumpty was pushed! . . . Help! . . . Where’s Candy! . . . little waxie . . . Fri. nights beer races . . . “sai-yee-ching-wae” . . . tarz . . . I don’t want to be that much in love again ... A weeping Eye Can Never See . . . Good things don’t happen fast. Paul D. Santello Paul ... Ski Bum . . . “Sac” days . . . USA . . . Veteran . . . Malibu Bomb . . . Bee Gees . . . Part-time Jock . . . Get it while you can cuz there will never be enough . . . Troops “74”... Timothy’s Too ... Bake City... Annex hide¬ out. 75 911 M m Andrea Bal Vincent Bailey Michael Arthur Michael Albano David Billett Ray Bilodeau Susan Brodsky Paul Campaniello Robert Casavant Mary Campbell Elizabeth Close Patricia Connolly Carol Coleman Kathleen Costello Beverly Cormier Michael Cook Robert Cooper Stephen Crisafu 11 i Toby Cramer David Craig Timothy Cotter Paul Cullotta mm Daniel Detoma Mark Del Vecchio ' dv-;? ‘J vsSV : -Z- Rita Downs James Duffy Jonathan Ellis Michael Flynn James Foley Carol Forance Mark Forest Jeffrey Fortini Ann Foster Jeremiah Greathead Stephen Hansen Michael Greenburg Deborah Hastings Nancy Herman Barbara Holt Brenda Irvine Kenneth Jacobsen Donald Kass Kenneth Katz Kenneth Kiser David Leger John LaPorte David Lee William Maitland Jeanne Lesniak Donna Lynch Larry Levitt Matthew Mearian Laura McKenzie Richard Martin John McGarry inique Anne 0’Reagan Lewis Oxford Edward Parker Robert Pennie Diane Pauli £?«• ;•♦ ■ )ohn Peterson Kenneth Perry PHONE Thomas Quayle Jennie Ratn Thomas Rattigan Lynne Ross Kenneth Ryan Bonnie Smart Gabriela Smith Kathleen Smith 89 Richard Spurgeon Michael Thome Susan Tatten Robin Sullivan Scott Thorsen Lurene Thompson lerney Deborah Zullo Paula Jean Ziegler Jack Woodyard 1 Lll n:-a lass of 1974 graduate, it is appropriate to examine what ties influence t k taken, and to examine the teachings of society itself. Society has m lives left, our responsibility towards helping you get an academic f today’s graduates, society has SK ?; ion, you are expected to integrate yoursef f t CD §§ Society is as as man himself, and has an Impact ual to man’s impact on his planet. Every society varies in its a, WL . pes for success of today’s graduates, its products, we must . ejtfon in its uniqueness. ehavior. T anned obs every juncture oti hum endency w fllwer technology, because this fbfnTOraJPfff JWWTrlM rotlc tTlfMiB t f regrjpb • orVgyen here may be diss atisfaction witfKour society, but its very impersonality percludes organized dissatisfaction. ■ Vi’s graduates reagyki to this society of television, McDonald’s, and computerized report cards? Somewhat painfully, Mr 7 .. 7 7 - r r i i to admit that there jj ms to be a passive acceptance of a cellular lifestyle as a norma ay of life. This showed itself at not only in a low wrnout for athletics, not only in all the dead or dying clubs or activities, not only in a lack of effort in ofound cynicism that rejected any threatening new idea. Moreover, this trend is continuing at Natick . . • . . . : , :;.:Y II I 1 « | f . 1 ••• • , | » ■ • » | the new arena scheduling, under which future students, while given the option tojM( cours jm teachers that they like, ficouraged to rrftnize their contacts with both teachers and other students.almost every educational innovation gh over the fj§St ten years, designed to expand the facilities and opportunities that location can provide the average ired, as the average student, bewildered by his multiplicity of choices, has instead retreated into an even I | . . . . .. r . | |fe high school lifestyle. ■ =3 - • r tilt i a r • at yourselves again for a minute, and then look at the people sitting near you. After twelve years encing the same things, how many of today’s graduates know who the classmates sitting around them are, or lem? More importantly, do today’s graduates feel the need or have the will to reform this type of system? I fervently ure years, members of this generation will find the strength to develop different facets of their personalities, to a common with people other than those they need to cultivate, and to discover that they can, if they so choose, mold | . , , [logy without being used by it, and replacing the dehumanizing aspects of today with the warm, potential WE’RE OUTTA HERE!! r mShisM , _5bE| BBCMH " •• Tig BB 3gfe JSH? r •v £gje.ft M ®Tt — Sv r ir pp liyj J • -»J5 »• r| ;:: ■ i u I s 1 ■L. fl | y _1 I " .- , lu.y- r 1 I fw vm tz i — ' ■ra CT - - g l-t , 1 ■ — -- f __., — 1 1 flU n l f r S l I n-E DISTORTION OF VALUES IN SOCIETY jsterday and most likely the same as tomorrow. This morning the sun rose in the east and environment :: mmm Throughout history man has believed that his powers are limitless and that he can solve any problem with his great technology. f 1 ■ w v c.er, mans society is bas l mi prf iirpnment around him and this basis has been in continuous change ever since the 1 « • . s . , . . . 4 »nan s powers arc not limitless, that there is a limit to mineral resources, to r r r f , , , . , , , ’ . , , ... I Kchnology may find substitutes for nature such as chemical fertilizers to increase lution of man. Today! ifesv ' : - .i SSPlil roieum, and to arable II agricultural yield limi In a society that is raj: e nd, it only delays the solution. It doesn’t solve it. f to gain greater control of the enrivonment, control 7 s causing a transformation of the world that can’t be compared to any previous : : , . ■ xL _ _I _ 1.1. __I x I_ . • „l_ _ „ ,-,.V ,a deration of cha a age in either scope offlfcapidity. People can’t adjust their values and ideals quickly — ciety. This trait is reflected in the generalpublic ’s resistance to change ifrf lldiculi foreghey ar%apcepted, yet in modern sociMMhe change is occurring so ra|S WfeH Dj R. Landers, a leading industri ach foes. The ultimate will be for the two tr; ze humans, o trends characterize our times — one, to mec LJ ?|f 4 f f . S , ' : k jjk j meet, for the machine man to be ide!Wg| at Geprge Orwell predicted in his book 3 Er;_ vr •. r _ = -si . ' ——r ollea|either mentally by the omnipresent Big rodesimplanted in the withldrqgs.f Technology run our lives arwr a new human race will be created — one without choice, without t freedom recalled ub of Rome met to discuss an organ the worlcrintegrating all of the basic trends of today’s society, put it on a computer program, and extrapolated he near future. The result was that if the present trends continue unchanged, our social and economic system fenty years. Their goal was to avoid this collapse by producing a global equilibrium. However, to do this «■ r |f |p | | m ' -ft ade; changes that are not in the scope of current human resources unless immediate action is taken disengage ourselves from our commitments to technology and raise our ideals above our commitments. In John L DN DISOBtDIE E, he states that it is every man’s right to overthrow a tyrant, to stand up for the right w d to protect his icfeals without commitments to society. Therefore we must end our commitments to tecHtfPog r _v before we will machine men In closing I would like to read to you a few lines from Fairfield Osborn’s book, OUR PLUNDERED PLANET We human bcii s are rushing forward unthinkingly through days of incredible accomplishments, of glory and of tragedy our eyes seeking rfiejstars — or fixed too often upon each other in hatred and conflict. We have forgotten the earth, forgotten it (the sense that wf fail to regard it as the source of our life m H Es? L : | U i— THE DIRECTION OF OUR SOCIETY W ¥ A 5 high scho we nowimust lea ' ktov, some. it this so e prj different froriSi ' ' BI i ' H -Hr- -4 ' J |whethe| we ; wa t. I think that Jjj|Pfoundingsi our school and go out and face society. We, then, must mpi yglik it, dicing it to continue in its present direction, or whether I Si j mportan then, Wing it to continue in its present direction, or whether gg|g=$ ■ -V f •■■■• . a . ■ « • take a few minutes to look at our society and at i % 1 m m - Ill - - oun it our o ice in this world. ; 1 peopli i today, the Iks, among whom no one cares for anyone else — husbands and wives steal food from each o r jier, people laugh at the misfortunes of their neighbors, parents give nothing to their children once they reach the ripe old age of 9 o - nobody helps anyone with anything. Now you’re probably wondering such a comfi ing up this society today, when we live in So3a§ k. . . ■ ' ; . y PS ' ' f:W . ... ; . ; lace, surrounded bfnbving friends and relatives. Granted, : - a ' --m - i . - . , carrieehour noncaring as far our relation J but there are ways in which our society I KL .. aching tl All around us we can witness instances of people not caring fo other. V TT VMS I our w.. . 4;: if ■ - ™m amm .;d ' j9HwS@9|k • ' ng a wo KkH " ' knifed on a New York City streetcorner with 20 people standing around is any different from ifig thekc ■ »V- tarve if they can’t fend for themselves? How can we say that our closing our windows to cries of help is any different f m not honorii than forge ie wishes of a dying man? How can we honestly believe that our locl gup our parents in nursing homeps the old, forgetting one’s past, forgetting all kindness and human d ceppy? No, we canhot Mykj mm mm h ■ , difference, we don’t like to admit that this is the case. gar tit M i m Vy :re! :: - .v: 4 ' HsiHP? " ' ■4ZSZ- • | You mafjsay that I’ve used exceptional examples from our society, and perhaps you’re right but this doesn’t mean that very common ones don’t also exist. Isn’t not speaking to the bus driver, treating him as part of the bus, telling him that no one cares about him? Isn’t driving recklessly or when drunk not onl JLreating yourself as worthless, but also treating others this way? Isn’t laughing a misfortune ■ isaip , enjoy mak and making comments about them as they walk by you in the halls the same as laughing at other people’ as5 S . A ' " ' : ■ —SB ■ ate =? —. - - sc bxh a I:-- r - - n’t this upset them for no valid reason? It seems as though we are purposefully cruel to each ot • I ISO pff Still, I each other miserable. . ( M . ' - r:. , ■■■■•: ’ 1 !? : -3§88■•••; uld hope that we can turn away from the Iks, and that we can learn to care for others, but this is only possible if each ’ ' 1 • ' • one of us learns to s a commitment to act as a caring individual. We can change society only by changing ourselves. As each one of us change a small portion of society with us; I’m not asking for a major revolution, just one witkin individuals. Please, consider what you would honestly do if someone below your window cried for help, and then think ajbotit how you’d fee! if you were the person in trouble. Will we move even further toward the Iks, or can you, and I, as individuals, change the of human beings? Perhaps Albert Camus best answered this question when he said: jM ttMam- § mm m - , Some people will say that hope lies in a nation; others, in a man. I believe rather that it is awakened, revived, nourished am I by millions of solitary individuals whose deeds and works every day negate frontiers and the crudest implications of , I j istory. As a result, there shines forth fleetingly the ever-threatened truth, that each and every man, on the foundation of his Swn sufferings and joys, builds for all. You and I, then, as individuals, are the world’s hope for improvement in human relations, and as individuals, we r r- ajgs® bShKss v.x ' -. ?■ obffgation to ourselves and to all others to become the most caring people possible. rJT:. Members of the class of 1974 Holly Gilfillan Howard Michael Giller Thomas J. Gillis Joanne Glod Katherine Glynn Jay Elliot Golan Daniel Manuel Gomes Sally Gooding Michael Goodman John R. Gordon Paul M. Gorman Lauren Cavanaugh Judith Lynn Chaffee Lynda Lee Chaisson David Burnham Champion Adrienne Lee Chappelle Ellen P. Chapski Carol I. Chase Linda L. Chaulk Scott Chavious John Allen Child Charlene M. Chlebda William Edward Desiata Daniel L. DeToma Mary Elizabeth Devine Christopher DiRienzo Mark Paul Doheny Colleen Elizabeth Doherty Denise Dolbear Leonard F. Dolbec Linda Ann Donovan Robert P. Donovan Deirdre Doran David Michael Ahern Michael C. Albano Lisa Alintuck Steven R. Allain Carol M. Allen Jacqueline Allinson H.P. Amabile Lori Ambler Stephen Leonard Arena Mark Serge Grandoni Andrea Lyn Armour Michael Arthur William Elliott Atkinson Theresa Ann Aucoin Linda Lee Bacon Vincent British Bailey Robert A. Balboni Andrea E . Ball Mari Anne Balzarini Deborah J. Barnes Brian Barnicle William E. Bartels Deborah A. Bartlett Dawn Marie Bassett Douglas Bassett Janet Louise Bates Stephen Robert Belcher William F. Doren Edward P. Doucette Suzanne M. Doucette Janet M. Douglas Edward F. Dow Jr. Marilyn Dow Deborah Marie Dowd Rita Patricia Downs Scott Kevin Drown Robert Michael Dubinsky Cheryl A. Duboyce James F. Duffy Katherine Louise Dugdale Peter L. Dumas James Peter Dunlpp Bonnie Jean Duprey Susan L. Chouinard Lauren A. Christie Brian Matthew Clancy Christopher F. Clancy Kathy Ann Clark Philip B. Clark Luane Clements Elizabeth Margaret Close William P. Clover Cynthia Cobb William Cody Merrill R. Cohen Ronald J. Cohen Jphn E. Col cord III Carol Ann Coleman Valerie €. Coll an to n - Jeremiah M. Greathead Michele M. Greel Sonja Mae Green Debra Greenberg Christina Elizabeth Gringeri Philip R. Grupposo I Gary Stephen Guarino S Harold L. Gurney III John Edward Hahn III Robin L. Halloran Christopher Lowell Hammett Stephen P. Hansen Robert Harrington Brent J. Harris = Deborah fRui Hast in Mary Ellen Hayes Richard Heaney vt, J oseph W. Heenehari Patricia Henderson Rhonda Herinessy drienn .-Lce Duval omeau ras o Condon lizabeth A. EPoincm ail Marie i BonavTre larianne Bond Mi c hafe Robert W. CoopaSBf Jo an Patricia Everett Gary Michael Btefs Nar Ren£e4terman Susan Hjflery • jj BarbaFfiLoaj Holt “ Stapcy IJVodfey Douglas Leo HunterJ Joel h jjd J Elisabeth-Barnet Hdfi Celeste Maria Ignacio Joanrfe M. Indelicato Brenda J. Irvine Willi G. Jackson KeithyjjPlItchell Jacobs KentJBh E. Jacobson Vin ei James Javier Smkn Jaynes AxSrew J, F mond M rie SM ine a Bruce Alan Fishery Teresa Maria FitzgSfali Jane Marie Flaherty Michael Thomas James John Foley Carol Marie Forance Mark R. Forest Jeffrey Russell Fortini Ann Elizabeth Foster Lawrence L. Bragd £P«gk Patricia E. Breen j Lisa Rae Brenner S! " Arlene Ina Bresner l t Suzanne Irene l|rew Christine Stephen | oseph Brocklebaok Suzan Lorri Brodsky Claire f !Ien rown - ■ John S.tBrownJj- Kim tj raig StephjhlCraig TobVsamJra Cramer Karen Crespi Cynthia C. Crestuk Samuel ' S. Crispin Jr Philip Allen Crocker .. . . Mauria Cronin ... - £ br A Joseph V. Crovo JiT rtiela Joan Brown Uiamarown Thomas Jeffery 2Mary Ann Crowley Linda Jean Fournier Edward Jodice Charles E. Jones Pamela Jones Jeffrey E. Jordan Michael T. Juchum Edward F. Kane Donald F. Kass Maria Ellen Kass Kenneth Paul Katz Amy Jo Kaufman Gary Kaufman Joyce Ann Keady Judith Ann Keady Frank Stephen Ken Gail Susan Fowler Joseph Franciose Susan Mary B. Free Laura Sue Freedman Katherine Jean Fulton Deborah J. Gaines Stephen J. Garofalo James E. Garvin Gina Gastaldo Kevin Gavin Michele Marie Gearan Susan Lorraine Geissler Lisa Marie Giallonardo Michelle Giannetti Carol L. Buck Gail Elizabeth Burgess Paul K. Byrne Joyce Marie Cadman James W. Calder Paul G. Campaniello Glenn A. Campbell Deborah Eileen Carlson John N. Carroll Robert T. Carroll Joan Anne Caruso Robert C. Casavant Mary Castelli Robert J. Cautela Guy M. Cudak Paul S. Cullotta Clare Curry Barbara J. Cusack Francis E. Daigle Anne Daly Debra Ann Daniello Loretta Daniels Debra Davenport Ronald Martin Davids Colleen Marie Davis Debra Davis Tracy Michael Day Mark Joseph DelVecchio William C. Kennally III Carlene Ann Kennedy Mark S. Kenney Alethea Khiralla Kenneth Kiser Sergio Klimowicz Kenneth Lee Knopf Paula Jean Krager Susan Deborah Kruger Robert Warren Lamont Amy Jeanne Landesman Steven Jerome Landry Donna Marie Lane John LaPorte Robert La Roche Ann Larracey Lisa Atme-Marie LeBlanc M I mm David 1C Lee ■ ■ Kathleen Helen Lefter David S. Leger Shelby Anne Leighton David Herve-Pierre Lemaire Judith Lentini • Si ' ' ' l ' .. ;. Linda Lentoni _ ? :x • j c Diane L. Lepisto Jeanne M. Lesniak Lauren Sandra Levenson Sandra K. Levey Lawrence Scott Levitt Scott Allen Libby •Clara M. LiDonni Kathleen Ann Linane Na a C. Lindsay W Kathleen Linton Kevin Linton IVbchele Lipofsky Dana Littlefield $ i ossman Margaret McMahon Brian W. McNamara Daniel W. McSweeney Matthew M. Mearian Mark James Michaels James Milioto Francis X. Miller Thomas Stanton Miller Marshal Adolf Colton Rhoden Mills Thomas William Minor Paul Michael Mitchell Steven Aaron Monosson Lisa A. Montalto Deborah L. Mooney Joseph P. Morana Dana Morris Rosemar dMorse James L. Mossman Christopher Murphy .4 Kenneth A. Murphy Michael Murphy Michelle Ann Murphy Donna Murray Katherine Murray Richard Willoughby Nason Maureen L. Nelson Sheila Marie Nelson John C. Newman Jr. Richard Alden Nichols Jr. Stolen James Nicholson Gregory G. f nis Robert Nord Franco Notarangelo Bruce A. Novak 11 j Gregory Mark Novicki 5 | Ernest Kilenga Ntagozera qcki ki agozera Margaret Ann O’Connell Mary Ellen O’ConlJjll Francis O’Donnell Peter Bryan O ' DonJpfeil— Kevin J. O’Hare Joseph S. Q Leary ohn Mi Olsen Jr. Randy M. Perry John G. Peters John Carl Peterson Jr. Anthony William Petro Jeffrey M. Phillips John Phipps James Pignatiello John W. Poirier Susan Porcella Cheryl Ann Potter Serge Prepetit Elizabeth A. Prince Thomas Quayle I ! X-- ' . •. ' ••• Robin M. Soreboe Dorothea Spinazola Cynthia A. Spiro Richard W. Spurgeon Douglas S. Stacy John L. Stark Stephen S. Stavropoulos Jr. Michaela Sterling Ann Marie Sticka Gerard A. Stone Howard Stone Robin I. S ■ William J. Rainsford Jr. Darlene Helen Randolph Jennie Ratner Thomas F. Rattigan Ronny B. Reebe Martha Mary Reeves 7 Thomas Rempelakis Linda Ann Marie Reppucci Tracey Joy Reuman Bruce Leonard Richman Francis A. Roberts III Nanette A. Robicheau Neay_. Rockowitz Therese Anne Roco John H. Rogers Marjorie L. Rogers Jonathan D. Roman Margo Faith Rome Alexandra Roodkowsky Cheryl Ann Rosales Michael Barry Rosen wandra H. Rosenberg Lynne Ross Sandra E. Ross Carol Ann Rowley Kenneth A. Ryan Nancy Claire Eyan Susan Tatten Josephine Tavilla Jo Ann Texeira James Edward Theriault : ? . : i;: .• • • ■ » : ; wa | Lisa Theroux Charles Michael Thome Lurene Elizabeth Thompson Mark J. Thompson Qiarles Thorsen Robert C. Troccolo ' ’ -sZ-:V X x-:Z. : ' : ' t. John E. Thurston Paul S. Tierney Rhonda M. Tocci a X i Joanne Tota .. ... . • Iftne Tower William D. Troy Stephen C. Tucker Steven G. Turk Nancy A. Ulrich Paul Joseph Urbanek Dorothy Ann Valle 1 . arcus mil ' ’ x - ' il 6 fi| Man nos Markow W JobnE. Marso JohnfPPMartin Richard J. Martin Nina Martinangelo Cynthia Lee Mathews Patrice Michelle Maude Lynn M. McAllister Richard E. McCarthy Michelle Terese McClure Carrol Louise McCormick William H. McCormick Paul McDermott John M. McGarry Stephen A. McGarry Kevin J. McKennai Laura Ann McKenzie Mark Joseph McKertich Linda R. McKie iTay N. Weber Laura Weitzler • Lewis A. Oxford_ Christopher M. Pallotta Janis Palmer Alfred Akihiko Pan Deborah A. Paquette Paula Jeanne Parece Theresa Madeline Parsons Katherine Paul Diane Brenda Pauli Janine Marie Pellegrini Roger J. Pellegrini Susan Pellerin Robert A. Pennie Joane Penswick Mary A. Pepka Mary Beth Perilli James Perry Kenneth Norman Perry Mark A. Scholl Joseph Nicholas Scianna Barry Wayne Shapiro Carmen G. Shearer—£ • j Maureen Sheehan Diane C. Showstead Janice Marie Silenzi Stephen F. Simeone Thomas A. Simeone David William Simpson Paul Bryan Slaman Bonnie Gail Smart Gabriele Maria Smith Kathleen E. Smith Barbara J. Snitko Jeffrey L. Snyder Teri Lynne Sohmer Allan Edward Sollima StfP- Richard Wheelen liark Whitcomb yy Katherine A. Whitney ■ith F. Widens Carol Lisa Williams Steven A. Williamson Robert William Woodhouse Jack E. Woodyard Bruce Anthony Wright Susan Joyce Wright David Thomas Yancey Mary Elizabeth Young Ronni Lynne Zankel Toby Phyllis Zankel Paula Jean Ziegler Marjorie A. Zonak Deborah L. Zullo i v ' .v. : :‘y Mill ' f n (r M YEARBOOK Mrs. Roy We all owe a great deal to both Mrs. Roy and .Mr. Harrington, both of whom worked overtime even after school was out for the summer and without whom there would be no yearbook. Sincere best wishes and thank you. % Your dooby-doos Marianne Dede Ronni Toby ADVISORS We, the 1974 Yearbook Staff would like to say a special thank you to the two most devoted dub advisors we ' ve ever known. Mrs. Nancy Roy and Mr. John Harrington have been exceptionally patient and hard working over the past year. They have given their time unselfishly and their invaluable guidance whenever it was needed. Nfrs. Roy, who. will not be returning next year because of her happy little event, put up with our strange moods and frequent goofing-off during class times and she was never a party-pooper when we had an excuse to celebrate. We are grateful to her for worrying about the yearbook and about us even when she was a busy mommy. Mr. Harrington did an incredible amount of work “behind the scenesHe was in charge of collecting and editing blurbs, trying to figure out our ‘typed’ copy, and checking and re¬ checking our layouts and our final proofs. Mr. Harrington ■ • -f : ?v Id y Wi • . , | t I |» just me, the jmzened gridiron an a few hours tai t irren. Hauntingly peaceful. ;jjg§: ' host of Dan Bennett. I wanted tj ■ y-— «■- —- ect some thoughts, but im strung ories bounce in and out l isih!e2 memon igg||pg beautiful man, a man easy to love, bar . And dead ajt 45. f f : r=- ' gp g l p J - tgf Memorial Field now will so; Ive •» s - S n coat returning, arf -y ttn leaves a ajP seasons comdian go. Life continues. Everything L nd nothing c never h another Natick High football game and not expert to see Dan B Hllll - m a -;v 3 £S 4m- .•-.A..-; oe forgiven for not expecting some tnfe gb change . .. ■ rush, yet easily, when I heard of Bennett’s death. It made no sen vhe realness of the tragedy settled and I cried like so many people d Pes ped a small miracle. He stepped into the giant footsteps of a legendJSn d in turn became a legem atick in 1957 to coach at Melrose, Bennett an assistant to the fabled Hoa . - V • w jown as “The Home of Champions’’, an unfair label to pu “ oague was a tough cookie who demanded — and got — a lot ou k r. s along came young Dan Bennett. Could he maintain theT atick mystique, o % layers. He b d he 1 st II • • • • ••- ; - - - .v. i mm 1 i -I flfe OTg —=? ; - 3: — Bennett’s first year was successful. The Redmen went 7-1-1. The second year, ever? comparisons weren’t needed. Hoag was Hoague. Bennett was Bennett. No ghe In all, Bennett’s teams won 102 times, lost only 34 and tied eight. Bear Bryai to chase. .our mm Bennett took a personal, quiet pride in his record. More importantly, he was ji Mm jr- -ilf ' J® C- tick High. I .: » r ■ . I I I » a a rv rv Natick High. : ' • ■ . . I spent most of yesterday on the phone talking to people about Dan Bennett. When people talk about someone w! kind l„ D i« fnllnu H „nl„ _• nJL kind eulogies dlwsys tollow. It s only proper, ndturdl. ° 1 r r t: t: : W ■A ;:;:. ' i JHM| gtfl jj BBp extrao B|it yesteci y, after knowing him for 13 years and knowing him well the past five or sixfT finally : 1 i jjpaff man Dan Bennett was. Extremely strong men broke down, coaches unveiled their reverence, :e they’d talk about their father. It realized talked ab And it wasn’t just because it was appropriate; I could sense the genuiness of their words. The was obvious, so beautifully, and heartbreakingly, obvious... V : . - iSf--:,- II ... I will miss talking to Dan Bennett. We used to talk at least once a week during the football seas . . c , . . ,. DM t. shots on Autumn Saturdays. I will miss him at the banquets. H I bnuib un nuiumn odturudy . i wm mibb rum di me l __ t« -i»i i i r j i • 1 - - ; - ? ■ g- If " 1 ifet ill miss hiiTi eafling the it was so S.W-ML f " ' p ' ' v f } l will miss him because he was good for this town, for this area, for schoolboy football. I wifi miss his c lPSk_ ' • sense of hi|cnor, his vigor, his kindness, his purposefulness, which was simply to be a good hurhan being, 1 | ' ’r-.- • •- the cup of life and 11 the while having the utmost respect for that very life. B 3 If there is any justice, Dan, we’ll all meet again and replay this crazy, mystifying game of life once more. God, you’re going to love tnls man. Take care of him. ■■■ : —Lenny Megliola Snorts writer. S Mr. Daniel Bennett. I knew him as a teacher, but more than a teacher because I always felt he took a sincere interest in me in particular. Of course, it couldn’t have been wholly true, I didn’t even understand very much about football at the time, like many other junior girls. That’s the way it is though, you lose someone before you ever take the time to say “thanks for caring’’. Maybe I’ve learned something even at his death. Everybody seems to want to take a step backwards realizing it’s too late to tell him how much he meant to us. Maybe we all learned something. U.S. History was never a subject that I was particularly fond of, but I respected him for his knowledge on the subject, and because he always got across to his classes what he set out to teach. On Fridays during the fall he would seem a little preoccupied when he presented a lesson. Only once do I ever recall an interruption of his lesson because of it, “Two hundred YARDS ago”. We all laughed and he said something about well, it’s going to be a tough game tomorrow, and he went on with his lecture on the Revolution. Mr. Bennett was good at putting his classes at ease, but not to sleep, occasionally professing how much we didn’t know about a particular aspect of history in another country, and the fact he was an expert on that too. He was an expert on many things, as I recall, but even better at telling us so, teasing and enjoying himself and in a short time you knew he had to be a father, love kids, and most of all like teaching them — on the field or in the classroom. It’s the little things I recall now, how jealous I would be at how brown he turned in the sun, how his bright blue eyes would sparkle when he wasn’t pondering an unknown question, how far his voice would carry, even during lectures. We learned much, Mr. Bennett, some of us took notes, but we learned more than just history. It was always people whom he cared about and people usually meant what they did and how they acted. He lived what he believed and anyone who ever knew him saw that. As a senior I would see him every day in front of the Social Studies Office on my way to homeroom. I would call out “Hi!” and he responded calling my name in loud syllables that seemed to echo. It appeared to me he never stopped forgetting who I was or what I did — that was important to me. He’d ask how my team did last weekend, and how well I was doing. I usually responded, very well and would congratulate him on his recent win. Very informal, even brief, but in a brief span of time, an interchange that was incredibly personal and important to me. That’s probably what I’ll treasure most about him, his perplexing silences, his honest sincerity and his interest in his students — all his students. As one of his pupils I cannot claim to have known the man, only one of the many facets of his life. His sudden death dismayed me as it did many, many others. Anyone who ever knew Mr. Bennett as a coach, a teacher or a friend can confess they lost a valuable link in their own lives. I don’t know anyone who was not in some almost elusive way aided by his interest either substantially or not quite so, depending on the person. We all should have taken the time to say “thanks for caring”. An empty school, a silent school, a mourning school, I will not forget the meaningful stares, the blank looks and the prayers said for a man whom we all cared about, each after his own fashion. No higher tribute can be given than the respect paid in living our lives reflecting our genuine sorrow. Now time goes on and we accept death as the inevitable ending of life here on earth. We will not forget but life goes on including each, whether he participates or not. I have learned something and I offer it as a tribute to a man I can say I loved, as many of us love without expressing it. Express that love before it is too late and we lose a man or woman without telling how much he means to us. “I love you and thanks for caring.” Susan Geissler - » ' l ' 9 yn LANDRY L’. PE W r V P|£jjl fii WK A fl mjj m ■ rj 11 |M wf |l H Jl M ■ 1 - j i 1 - L A l i 1 fe Bk A jb ■ ■ ■ - 1 •■ : FRONT ROW L to R: C. Spiro, Co. Capt. J. Indelicato, Co. Capt. T. Breen, D. Littlefield, R Esper. SECOND ROW L to R: S. DeMille, M. Vitagliano, M. Gearan, A. Landesman, G. Ritter THIRD ROW L to R: J. Goldman, S. Zaniboni, D. Heinsohn, M. Andros, J. Holston. The Natick High School Band performs in various functions of Marching and Concert Band, while selected members make up the NHS Dance Band. In the fall, the NHS Band played at all the football games, leading the fans in the traditional school spirit. Although individual talents often go unnoticed in a large band such as Natick’s, there were many fine musi- this year David Champion, John Huling, Steven cians Olans, Charles Alpers and Jay Golan were members of the Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Greg Whitaker, John Hahn and Jay Golan played in the Massa¬ chusetts Youth Wind Ensemble. In addition, John Hahn, Charles Alpers and Steven Olans were selected in state¬ wide auditions to play in All-State Orchestra and Band. ROW 1 L to R: P. Riley, S. Drown, J. Doucette, D. Gooding, H. Chapin, M. Hayes, M. Balzarini, N. Herlin, N. Wright, R. Bayley, R. Wilde, J. Grassev, C. Diamond, P. Brown, P. Sharon, M. Connors, C. Kennally, B. Foster, J. Hahn, director. ROW2 Lto R: E. Quilty, D. Henry, C. Grassey, E. Luftman, S. Wright, R. Diamond, S. Kruger, V. Javier, D. Becker, R. Wright, R. Rogers, A. Abbott, V. Karian, F. King, J. Child, L. Mosgofian. ROW3L to R P Young, E. Lalonde, M. Walters, J. Gould, K. Javier, P. Garcia, J. Oakes, C. Crockett, L. Burgess, E. Matthews, L. Channel, L. Hasgill, S. Marchetti. ). Huling, S. Olans. ROW 4LtoR: M. Hayes, M. Greel, A. Brown, G. Whitaker, M. Juchum, J. Golan, M. Hirsh, M. Cristofori, H. Giller, A. Smith ) Schiff, J. Hahn, D. Champion, B. Borselli, A. Schiff. £ u ' 110 Varsity Football ROW 1 L to R: T. Simeone, M. Murphy, J. Carroll, T. Condon, T. Minor, Co-Capt. B. Donovan, Co-Capt. S. Chavious, D. McSweeney, K. Ryan D. Kass, B. Barnicle, B. Wright. ROW 2 L to R: Coach Murphy, B. Hart, S. Arena, S Fortini, C. Palotta, P. O’Donnell, R. McCarthy, A. Estes, S. Libby, K. McKenna, J. Collier, R. Perry, P. Urbanek, D. Yancey, Coach Bennett, Coach Burnham. ROW 3 L to R: Coach Benson, Coach Whelan, D. Cody, B. Belmore, R. Notarangelo, A. Black, J. Yancey, P. Lane, N. Estes, D. Donahue, R. Denaro, R. Vaughan, F. Rahman, S. Arena. ROW 4 L to R: C. Benson, M. Horton, M.- Montgomery, J. Melchiorri, R. Condon, W. Prim, J. Dale, J. Gallagher, S. McPhee, D. Wells, R. Canary, M. Willis, T. Richards, G. Gildea, P. Shuman, S. Melchiorri. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES OPPONENT 20 GAME Braintree Dedham Framingham N Framingham S Miton Needham Norwood Walpole Wellesley NATICK Coach R. Whelan, J. Collier iM Football FRONT ROW L to R: B. Carroll, D. Henderson, D. Kass, D. Donovan, R. Gorman, P. Chaet, M. Salvatori, R. Barnicle, R. Fortini, R. White, R. George S. Lee, D. Repella, Coach Theriaque. MIDDLE ROW L to R: C. Carroll, F. Forrest, R. Santello, J. Kane, B. Fitzpatrick, S. Griffin, J. Fahey, P Delahanty, j. Hunnewell, R. Dale, G. Joslan, T. Woodyard, R. LaChance. TOP ROW L to R: Mgr. R. Dalpe, J. Misca, J. Dziama, W. Cavanaugh.P Pease, W. Gisler, W. McBrew, S. Miller, J. Dikmak, M. Farrell, Coach Ghilani. Hockey STANDING L to R: Coach Readinger, J. Cope, K. Kennedy, J. Boyle, D. LaRoche, L. Franciose, J. Keady, L. Hasgill D. Moulton, M. Quinn, J. Morgan, V. Lauro. KNEELING L to R: M. Reed, C. Stygles. 114 FI RST ROW L to R: S. Pre petit, R. La Roche, K. Linton, J. Duffy, F. Notarangelo, J. Child, R. Martin, K. Jacobson, S. Turk, M. Thompson, Coach Cioffi. SECOND ROW L to R: J. Calder, J. Gassett, M. Heaney, A. Globa, A. Mangini, C. Alpus, M. Yesko, P. Ingleby, K. Emerson. J.V. Soccer FRONT ROW L to R: C. Lodi, M. Greel, S. Lavers, W. Stevens, H. Brandt, M. Kaprielian, C. Hartwell, J. L ROW L to R: S. Lynes, T. Azeredo, G. Connor, P. Cox, R. Wright, P. Flavin, R. Franke, G. Turk, Coach Conti M. Shastany, J. Lyon, S. Kadis, S. Smith, R. Elliott, R. Nason, R. Healey. SECOND ke, R. Bradley, D. MacAlpine, T. Shupert, R. Rogers, J. Brenneman, M. Clancy, D. Awards Mr. Kirton, S. Smith AWARD WINNERS FIRST ROW L to R: S. Smith, D. McSwe ' McCarthy, R. Collier. SECOND ROW: D. Moulton, J. Child, L. Hasgill Mr. Cioffi, K. Linton 8 5 ' ■ Mr. Crow, J. Collier Mrs. Readinger, J. Keady Mr. Bennett Mrs. Readinger, D. Moulton Mr. Crow, L. Hasgill Mr. Crow, R. McCarthy 117 Varsity Basketball FRONT ROW L to R: D. Wells, K. Craig, J. Child, Capt. R. Davids, W. Kennally, T. Vitali, D. Eastman, B. White. STANDING L to R: Coach Christie, R. Seltzer, N. Beliveau, A. Fruneaux, M. Devane, J. Gallagher, J. Sims. GAME 1 NATICK OPPONENT Braintree 67 66 Dedham 48 47 Framingham N. 56 63 Framingham S. 61 51 Milton 67 59 Needham 61 60 Norwood 61 65 Walpole 51 45 Wellesley 58 60 GAME II NATICK OPPONENT Braintree 62 37 Dedham 56 67 Framingham N. 59 62 Framingham S. 72 55 Milton 67 43 Needham 53 68 Norwood 55 59 Walpole 69 41 Wellesley 67 35 BAY STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT GAME NATICK OPPONENT Lawrence 84 73 Lowell 83 64 Waltham 70 FINAL GAME 68 Dorchester 56 64 Basketball J.V. BASKETBALL, FRONT ROW L to R: D. Leon, R. LaChance, T. Vitali, J. Cavanaugh, S. MacPhee, j. Gallagher, R. Zachilli. STANDING L to R: Coach Murray, R. Fortini, R. Nichols, S. Miller, M. Devane, P. Henderson, R. Santello. J.V. BASKETBALL GAME 1 NATICK OPPON Braintree 64 33 Dedham 63 34 Framingham N. 51 49 Framingham S. 50 47 Milton 52 33 Needham 56 40 Norwood 39 36 Walpole 51 64 Wellesley 70 49 GAME II NATICK OPPON Braintree 73 55 Dedham 52 61 Framingham N. 77 79 Framingham S. 64 56 Milton 62 29 Needham 68 43 Norwood 68 43 Walpole 71 57 Wellesley 81 48 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL, FRONT ROW L to R: D. Lubars, R. Rogers, D. SanClemente, C. McKanobb, G. Rogers, B. Burg, E. Payne. STANDING L to R: A. Berman, J. Jones, A. Wise, R. Nicholas, D. Reppella, S. Miller, J. Kane, Coach Crow. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Zonak, manager; J. Cope, manager; K. Kennedy; F. Arena; D. Moulton; G. Burgess; L. Drew; M. Walters; j. Keady; L. Franciose; Mrs. Readinger, coach. Girls ' Basketball VARSITY SQUAD, TOP, L to R: Coach Ghilani, P. Quaranto, J. Gassett, C. Pallotta, R. LaRoche, D. Hunter, D. Henderson, J. Calder, J. Fortini, K. Linton. KNEELING, L to R: K. Zonghi, D. Stenquist, F. Primavera, j. Duffy, co-captain; M. Thompson, D. Yancey, co-captain; B. Richards, R. O’Reilly. MISSING: B. Maguire and E. Driscoll. The Varsity Hockey Team this year was hurt main¬ ly by inexperience in the beginning of the season but showed strong improvement in the second half. The seniors on the squad were C. Pallotta, R. LaRoche, D. Hunter, J. Calder, K. Linton, J. Duffy, M. Thompson, and D. Yancey. Next year several capable letter win- will be returning under the leadership of co- ners captains elect J. Gassett and F. Primavera H ockey 121 The Natick High J.V. Hockey team posted a respectable 8—10—2 record for the 1973—74 season. The record, however, does not totally indicate all of the hard work and team spirit that contributed to a rewarding season. An equal number of juniors and sophomores gave this year ' s team the stability and experience needed for the returning and new players to look forward to next season with a great deal of optimism. FRONT ROW L to R: Jeff Goodwin, Carl Lodi, Ned Surman, Steve Wilson, Paul Chouinard, Mike Mandozzi. BACK ROW L to R: Ray Bradley, Steve Cardellecchio, Bill Downey, Jack Hamilton, Gary Gildea, Mark D’Antonio, Coach Bates. MISSING: Peter Hunter, Geoff Lyon. VARSITY, FRONT ROW L to R: Coach ROW L to R: S. Chavious, R. Kelly, S. Nicholson, P. Urbanek, T. Minor, R. Vaughan, T. Rempelakis, F. Daigle. BACK Maloney, M. Shastany, R. Troccolo, W. Desiata, S. Reilly, D. Cote, M. Landry, M. Clancy, S. Simeone, Coach Panchuck. § s 1 - • ' « : ' -.V r : • mb ' -I .-.I . JUNIOR VARSITY, FRONT ROW L to R: L. Coach Maloney, R. Eisen, J. Doucette, M. Huard, Segall, J. Kehoe, T. Luce, S. McLarnon, C. Dowd, R. R. Denaro, S. Schrag, M. Franke , Coach Panchuck. Sharon. BACK ROW L to R: 123 Gymnastics fe m FRONT ROW (I to r): Claudia Parente, V. Lauro, S. Free, C. Meyers, J. Boyle, K. Przewlocki, C. Chouinard, G. Tartakoff, K. Glynn, co-captain; S. Chouinard, co-captain; Coach Nancy Maloney. BACK ROW (I to r): S. George, J. Child, C. Ignacio, D. Ostreicher, M. McDermott, P. Devereaux T Sohmer, M. Young, Coach Pat Ritchie. Not present Susan Wright. Gymnastics - Indoor STANDING (I to r): Coach Burnham, K. Yelsey, F. Forest, T. Shupert, S. Smith, J. Dziama Brenneman, T. Fenzel, B. Healey, J. Fahey, D. Donovan, Coach Whelan. KNEELING (I to r): A. C B. Hart, A. Estes, R. Nason, B. SanClemente, P. Young. Fitzgerald, R. Hurst, D. Gilvarg, P. Pease, J i, B. Donovan, S. Libby, B. Wright, B. Shapiro onom r mmm w JSbHh Mrs. Readinger, D. Moulton Mr. Sheppard, J. Yancey Mr. Barnicle, T. Breen, J. Indelicato FRONT ROW, L to R: R. Gorman, D. Yancey, B. Fitzgerald J. Yancey, S. Nicholson, R. Davids. BACK ROW, L to R: G Burgess, F. Arena, D. Moulton, M. McDermott, S. Chouinard T. Breen, J. Indelicato, J. Child. Mrs. Cope, F. Arena B. Shapiro, Mr. Whelan, B. Hart Mr. Murray, A. Fruneaux Mr. Ghilani, D. Yancey 0 .. Varsity Baseball BACK ROW (I to r): D. Franciose, J. Allen, W. Primavera, J. Dziama, W. Cheever, P. Shuman, Coach Carroll. SEATED (I to r): J. Carroll, J. Peterson C. Pallotta, J. Jordan, K. McKenna, T. Sullivan, J. Child, R. Troccollo. r 4 - •4 r Green, G. Lyon, R. Shrier, J. Dobis, W. Siegel, J. Barrett, B BOYS’ TENNIS r ;M!fe Natick Opponent 3 Wellesley — 2 5 Dedham — 0 5 Walpole — 0 5 Milton — 0 1 Needham — 4 5 Braintree - 0 0 Framingham North - 5 4 Norwood — J 3 Framingham South — 2 2 Wellesley — 3 5 Dedham — 0 5 Walpole — 0 5 Milton — 0 2 Needham — 3 5 Braintree - 0 7 Framingham North - 4 5 Norwood — 0 2 Framingham South — 3 m ► V ' r.. ' •I- STANDING (I to r): C. Grassey, C. Springer, C. Oldfield, K. Crohan, E. Matthews, J. Cope, B. Goldman, Coach Vasile. r): L. Giallonardo, K. Javier, B. Croft, A. Armour, D. Packer, J. Belliveau, C. Kennally. MISSING: T. Fitzgerald, D. Fall MB Tennis S ' FIRST ROW (I to r): D. Bassett, L. Franchiose, P. Davies, Capt. R. Zankel, L. Hasgill, M. Walters, N Richards, D. Rollins. SECOND ROW (I to r) Coach Maloney, j. Boyle, K. Kennedy, D. Moulton, M. Quinn, C. Szcretta, L. Troy, B. Dininio, Manager N. Irving. FIRST ROW (I to r): R. Nason, R. Donovan, R. Perry, B. Shapiro, S. Libby, A. Estes, T. Condon, W. Hart, D. Yancey, J. Caldor, C. Jones, W. San Clemente. 2ND ROW (I to r): Coach Barnicle, D. White, W. Cavanaugh, D. San Clemente, S. Miller, J. Gallagher, M. Devane, R. Hurst, N. Belliveau, R. Fitzgerald, A. Fruneaux, D. Gilvarg, M. Chase, G. Rogers, R. Gorman, G. Connor, Coach Kirton. 3RD ROW (I to r): A. Cornoni, K. Emerson, S. Smith, S. Mangini, P. Woodward, D. Rapella, T. Fenzel, T. Shupert, P. Corbett, M. Montgomery, R. Healy, S. Epstein, S. Kadis, P. Young, D. Donovan, P. Pease, D. MacAlpine, J. Brenneman. Outdoor T rack Natick Opponent 82 Dedham 58 119 Walpole 21 76 Milton 64 49 Needham 91 50 Brain tree 90 90 Norwood 49 73 Wellesley 67 103 Framingham North 36 89 Framingham South 51 133 £32£»tr?: ■ -v ' J ' V ; ; j; KNEELING: G. Burgess, J. Keady, D. Paquette. STANDING: B. Richards, J. Child, L. Burgess, L. Ketchun, D. Morgan, S. Balcom,S Cheever, K. Smith, Coach Readinger, D. Laroche, P. Manning, H. Klehm, B. Piscopo, S. Joyce. MISSING V. Coates, M. Nichols, T L. to R.: P. Breen, K. Kennedy, A. Armour Outstanding fan: P. Breen L. to R.: D. Bailey, D. Yancey l. to R.: N. Rockowitz, A. Estes, A. Comeau, D. Yancey, T. Sullivan Fitzgerald. L. to R.: C. Oldfield, D. Yancey L. to R.: Mr. Carey, j. Jordan L. to R.: T. Klein, A. Comeau V yj 1 1 ■ _ M T Charley ' s Aunt Directed by Gerald Dyer CAST Jack Chesney .Jeff Phillips Charley Wykeham.Tom Gillis Lord Fancourt Babberley Howard Stone Kitty Verdun .Bonnie Duprey Amy Spettigue.Susan Geissler Sir Francis Chesney . . . . Peter Biagetti Sir Stephen Spettigue.Greg Curley Donna Lucia d’Alvadorez Suzan Brodsky Ela Delahay .Susan Free Brasset .Paul Adams CREW Technical Director .Ed Jameson Set Design .Laurie Manifold Stage Manager.Lorelei Stevens Stage Crew.Jane Finfrock Robert Brown John Childs Sound.Patsy Green Costumes.Rosemary Morse A month of hard work and long rehearsals paid off in humor and satisfaction as the Senior Class proudly presented Charley’s 9 4 d - 4 i a " " 1 ) ' 1 iK Ui m-- ± x w ILf Vv Niaht of Drama ... The Holly Festival. A time of tension and excitement as Natick’s Competitive Speech Club hosted this annual event. The Natick team once again proved its caliber by winning nine trophies in seven different events, and finished the day by capturing the coveted Sweepstakes Trophy. The trophy winners included Elizabeth Noonan and Bonnie Duprey who placed second and third in Serious Interpretation, as well as Howard Stone, who finished second in Humorous Interpretation. Jeff Phillips and Sally Gooding captured second and third, respectively, in Experienced Extemporaneous Speaking. Peter Biagetti placed second in Inexperienced Extemporaneous. The first place winners included Suzan Brodsky in Poetry Reading, Lisa Giallonardo in Group Discussion and Susan Geissler in Original Oratory. An Enchanting Evening C. Diamond, D. Becker, C. Myers, S. Geissler, H. Stone, M. Young, D. Montalto rown C. Allen, M. Crowley, D Randolph, H. Stone. •• Magic 74” CAST K. Abel, L. Adams, P. Adams, R. Alintuck, C. Allen, D. Becker, J. Berman, M. Bond, S. Brodsky, H. Brown, R. Brown, C. Cobb, T. Cotter, M.A. Crowley, C. Diamond, D. Downs, G. Elovitz, J. Franklyn, D. Gendrop, S. Geissler, Gooding, S. Gooding, D. Henry, S. Kowal, C. LiDonni, E. Luftman, D, Montalto, M. Murphy, B. Noonan, B. Palmer, H. Patton, J. Phillips, D. Randolph, L. Reppucci, T. Smith, H. Stone, D. Vecchione, M. Young. t f Magic To Do ‘‘Maple Leaf Rag”, M. Young, C. Myers. NIGHTS OF PERFORMANCES “Ring Them Bells” S. Kowal Annual Musical Events SPRING EXCHANGE CONCERT Miss K. Thomas directs the combined choruses. THE NATICK CHORAL SOCIETY The third annual exchange concert took the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, and Trombone Quartet to Northampton, Mass., and brought the Northampton chorus to Natick for two gala spring concert week¬ ends featuring the choruses performing separately and combined, and, at this end, our own Concert Band, directed by Mr. Hahn. It was two weekends full of meeting, playing, rehearsing and performing with new people in new places; it was sunburns and volleyball, cookouts and “involuntary” swims; it was the presentation of the creative product of a yearns working together. D. Champion, J. Hann, J. Huling, S. Olans. N.H.S. TROMBONE QUARTET NATICK CHORAL SOCIETY In February the Music Department sponsored a performance of the newly-named Natick Choral Society, a mixed chorus made up of NHS students and alumni, faculty, and residents of the Natick area. The chorus, orchestra and soloists joined forces to present Schubert’s MASS IN G, directed by Miss Karen Thomas of the NHS faculty. The hard work and enthusiasm of all involved made for an exciting and enjoyable Sunday afternoon performance. 145 Black AN EVENING’S ENTERTAINMENT D. Gomes, S. Gwinn, L. Mills C. Shearer, S. Nelson, K. Craig, D. M orris A visitor to the show K. Nixon and L. Gilly K. Smith and a Visitor J. Elam, Mr. Tobin, P. Jefferson R. Wheeler -w ' . JK i A f I i l 4 1 l m 1 I ■ J M 1 1 WtM 1 ■ JF Jk 1 | k » ' d 1 ' 1 Jf jHI i w i jpjgg f , §f . , | -Rfi‘ i 4 t « :|i»§? iT Bjf« g fSp ' ' 5 2s - i Dames At Sea " Cast of " Dames At Sea " Mona Kent .•.Cindy Cobb joan.Lili Adams Hennesey .Harold Marcus Ruby.Barbara Sousa Dick.Eric Luftman Lucky .Gary Elovitz Captain .John Brown Singapore Sue.Chris Diamond Madame Sin-Sin .Pam Brown Dung Wong.Don Gooding Chorus: Singing — Nina Revis, Lisa Giallonardo, Pam Brown, Deb¬ orah Gendrop, Patricia Freedman, Katy Abel, Heidi Patton, Sally Abbot. Dancing — Marianne Bond, Cindy Prunty, Michelle Murphy, Cindy Chouinard, Beth Palmer, Nancy Hooley, Fern Weisman, Holly Brown, Nancy Revis, Paul Chouinard. W VrJ y • 4(1 1 gr K ' 1 T 1 . ' Jp w 1.11 . r.-f • Jg£-2jj£B§££g‘i ' . . ■■ Zittzr fiSssaft, International Relations IR CLUB — I: LEFT LINE, FRONT TO BACK: T. Zankel, T. Cramer, J. Snyder, M. Hayes, J. Golan, M Albano. RIGHT LINE, FRONT TO BACK: R. Esper, L. Giallonardo, T. Fitzgerald, J. Glod, R. Davids, J Quine. R: R. Zankel, L. Levenson, A. Foster, S. Kruger, D. Champion, P. Biagetti, T. Gillis, J. Gordon, K Knopf, M. Estella, A. Bresner, C. Forance, S. Monoson, K. Glynn, L. Alintuck, D. Barnes, Mr. Culhane. AFS — STANDING (I to r) S. Monosson, P. Brown, G. Elovitz, C. Cobb, K. N’tagosera, E. Luftman, S. Kruger, E. Saxe, Mr. Connolly. KNEELING (I to r) M. Hayes, D. Lepisto, E. O’Connell, E. Webber, L. Forsythe, S. Free, J. Aronson, A. Hutchinson, D. Barnes. 148 STANDING ON FLOOR, LEFT TO RIGHT — J. Hahn III, D. Champion, B. Borselli, J. Huling, S. Olans, H. Giller, S. Stavropolous, N. Herlin, J. Grassey, V. Bailey, Jack Hahn, Band Director. LEFT TO RIGHT ON STAIRS — V. Karian, A. Abbott, B. Belmore, R. Wright, W. Atkinson, F. Rahman, J. Golan, D. Stirk, G. ROW 3: Barbara Haddad, Dorothy Ostericher, Chris Diamond, Gail Burgess, Debbie Gaines, Ann Foster, Pamela Brown, David Champion, John Child, Steven Stavropoulos, Marshall Mills, John Hahn, Cynthia Cobb, Judith Berman, Tricia Manning, Ellen Saxe, Linda Murray. ROW 2: Wendy Hemmer, Kathy Cunning¬ ham, Nancy Herlin, Carrie Springer, Mary Hayes, Tony Smith, Steven Marchetti, Jim Schiff, Vincent Bailey, Jennie Ratner, Kathy Furey, Mary Lou Wallace, Linda Burgess, Elizabeth Adams, Emily Flood. ROW 1: Miss Karen Thomas, Ellen Ward, Barbara Croft, Donna Henry, Jane Finfrock, Robert Brown, Greg Whitaker, Mark Greel, Phil Young, Steven Olans, Karen Javier, Shelley Joudrey, Jackie Cashen, Beverly Dwyer, Joann Aronson. ABSENT: John Huling, Sally Abbott, Charles Alpers, Chris Jones, Heidi Klehm, Mary Tolland, Susan Wright. ■ - . 1 k I 4 m ' 4 ' m rmw. FUTURE TEACHERS FIRST ROW (Left to Right): N. Hooley, D. LaRoche, L. Mos- gofian, K. Hooley, B. Jutras, S. Calderwood. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ghilani (Advisor), H. El- dridge, K. Drown, B. Stone, C. Crestuk, C. Higgins. STAIRS, FIRST ROW: M. Ross, N. Herlin, Z. Abrams, E. Polito, C. Carter, D. Henry. STAIRS, SECOND ROW: L. Channell, G. Burgess, P. Cosgrove, C. Foley, D. Hoffman. FIRST ROW: P. Wagman, J. Hergenrother, C. Higgins, K. Crohan STAIRS: S. Feldman, N. Hooley. SAFETY PATROL KNEELING: FRONT ROW: M. Balzarini, N. Parmenter. SEC¬ OND ROW: S. Drown, A. Pan, R. Nason, K. Parmenter, C. Higgins, D. Ahern. STANDING: S. Wilson, E. Quilty, C. Schaub, D. LaRoche, M. Nichols, D. Moulton, E. Adams, M. Malloy. STAIRS: TOP TO BOTTOM: M. Ahern, E. Noonan, L. Gial- lonardo, M. Rose, V. Javier, P. Mackenzie, D. Champion, D. Henry, G. Guarino, D. Henry, R. Wright, N. Hooley, R. Dubin- sk , C. Gringeri, E. Luftman, E. Weber, Mr. C. Bohannon, (Ad¬ visor). PLANETARIUM AIDES D. Foley, S. Kruger, Mr. Jameson, E. Noonan, A. Berman. GUIDANCE AIDES 31 1 Mrs. Arena, D. Lochiatto, L. Theroux, D. Henry. 151 CLUB KNEELING (Left to Right): K. Chobanian, H. Carberry, C. Perkins, T. Vaughan, D. Dowd, K Whitney, S. Brew, M. Kass. STANDING (Left to Right): S. Breen, J. Ceplikas, M. Downey, M Gerry, C. Doherty, J. Caffe. STANDING ON STAIRS (Left to Right): J. Cadman, J. Bates, M Crowley, N. Ulrich, M. Bond, Mrs. Robbins, A. St. Martin, D. Henry. CLUB GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION lag? ■ HW- L ■fc-Ti i ' f- ? L % ™ 2 - ti Jj iw-g 1 V ?3g39 m r XZE ;x TT xpr n . ■ ■ - .s? t?i. ' iE Ml HtS a? n; ■ kV Vl ‘ » 4 ■ r 4 -: ' - ' - - ’- — - - gSR m. T t t» I " f.f i 3’ -iff " Itt I sP r : xl; «» — .-lirL ' r ' ‘SST ,f 1 J » ....;.♦ I .,. j . . -J - I - •. 3g __ si js§ _L . iSs 5. Jfa I mg? : - - .rot..- m 3Bp T 5;ir .re , mer -1- S ' - -c- 5 a» r v T x r r ffl: 6 S 1 4 H r i— ■■ i •• SgSr. ' jf :: ' . !•}• a • f - = g r» ' - - ' -T-rr :vaj £ ' £££. • , j - •: " 1 far sgg ESgft MTWt " - .. ■• ' ' bsese TO fli4 a • I -V - i Bg i • .•XC CCwX ,. , (TO • g ‘ n j v v+rw. i’ ■ +v - — ,. ' ► K- ■ ; a . _ 1“ .fejg | • r mi ■ , • • . ■ -mbi. 3 ' • ' A ■ P feg:s5 V ' — ' c«k FRONT ROW (I to r): Mrs. Readinger, J. Keady, G. Tartakoff, L. Mosgofian, D. Moulton, L. Hasgill, C. Kemp, P. Davis, D. Paquette, M. Young, J. Boyle, M. Flemming, S. Chouinard, S. George, V. Lauro. 2ND ROW (I to r): L. Franciose, M. Zonak, L. Mosgofian, C. Springer, N. Irving, S. Free, J. Morgan, B. Piscopo, J. Child, D. LaRoche, Mrs. Maloney, C. Kennally, L. Adams, M. Hutchins, P. Nelson, E. Flood. 3RD ROW (I to r): J. McDermott, A. Hartnett, L. Murray, K. Furey, B. Bagley, M. Ahern, D. Morgan, G. Burgess. 4TH ROW (I to r): J. Flynn, N. Fillion, D. Harris, N. Rivin, F. Weisman, H. Gould, M. Quinn, D. Stirk, K. Kennedy. 5TH ROW (I to r): C. Chouinard, K. Hooley, B. Woodhouse, C. Szretter, S. LaRoche. SKI CLUB FRONT ROW (I to r): V. Coates, K. Wilson, B. Croft, S. McGrath, P. Damplo, B. Goldman, R. Gorman. 2ND ROW (I to r): M. Evans, S. Marchetti, P. Brenneman, H. Smith, D. Linsky, R McCarthy, A. King, C. Jones. 3RD ROW (I to r): Mr. Sisti, J. Johnson, B. Ringquist, M. McCann, S. Simeone, A. Black, J. Lepisto, D. Montalto, S. Kowal, M. Christoferi, P. Young. 4TH ROW (I to r): D. Ploss, K. Rogers, J. McLaughan, J. O’Leary, D. Norcross, R. Bagley. STAIRS: E. Mathews, C. Diamond, P. Corbett, T. McCole, A. Luke, S. Globa. STAGECRAFT CLUB DRAMA CLUB FIRST ROW: R. Jaynes. Mr. DuVal, W. Lawson, F. Fasano, T. Smith. SECOND ROW: S. Jaynes, B. Sousa, R. Brown, M. Malloy, E. Luftman, P. Brown, S. Rosenberg. SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS A. Armour, S. Kruger, Mr. Colombo PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB STANDING: Mr. Jameson, R. Colson, D. Owen, J. Ward, A. Pan. SEATED: T. Smith, L. Glass BROADCASTING CLUB FIRST ROW (Left to Right): D. Nash, Mr. Colombo, P. Goodman. SECOND ROW: D. Valentyn, C Zanchi, J. Trakadas, D. Foley, D. Halcott, M. Gearan, F. Foley, R. Nichols. 155 FRONT ROW (Left to Right): Diane Doucette, Darlene Gross, Lisa Gillonardo, Jean Beli- veau, Kathy Lyon, Cori Myers, Michael Sharon, Karen Rily, Gail Kosloff. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lavergne (Advisor), Debbie Fallon, Steve Marchetti, Charlene Perkins, Mary Caste Hi, Ronna Alintuck, Beverly Haddad, Susan Kowal, Lurene Thompson, Maria Andros. THIRD ROW: John Colman, Richard Rogers, Barry Shapiro, Stuart Davidson, John Carroll, Peter O’Donnell. FOURTH ROW: Richard Zachilli, Peter Biagetti, Ronnie Davids. FIFTH ROW: John O’Leary, Richard Vaughan, Roger Bayley. SASSAMON STAFF piii STUDENT COUNCIL Cari Myers, Jack O’Leary, Steve Marchetti, Mary Young. Jay Golan SEATED (I to r): D. Owen, D. Henry, L. Alin¬ tuck, D. Doran, M. Bond, C. Crohan. SECOND ROW (Kneeling): J. Lesniak, P. Green, D. Pauli C. Brown. THIRD ROW (Standing): A. Pan, L. Glass, J. Gordon, Mr. W. Holbrook, (Advisor . MISSING: D. Lepisto, L. Levenson. 156 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FIRST ROW (I to r): J. Golan, D Lepisto, M. Young, j. Snyder, S Gooding, P. Biagetti, M. Bond, J Glod. S. Geissler, H. Giller, T Zankel, L. Levensen, M. Balzarini 2ND ROW (I to r): S. Leighton Castelli, C. Forance, C. Cobb P Parece, A. Armour, C. Gringeri R. Troccolo, L. Alintuck, L Fournier, D. Paquette, N. Rock owitz, R. Perry, D. Champion, D Pauli, R. Dubinsky, S. Kruger, R R. Nichols Franciose Nason, J C. Brown, S. Free, D. Barnes, M Hayes. 3RD ROW (I to r): Miss K 3vrne. Advisor Parente, D, Packer, D. Ostreicher, B. Nellis, L, Murray, J. Morgan, K. Wilcon, M McDermott, M. Vitagliano, M McCann, K. Yelsey, B. Stone, D L pson, C. Springer, B. Sousa, K Kennedy, H. Smith, M. Sharon, P Shuman, K. Javier, D. Heinsohn M. Schultz, B. Haddad, T. Rich ards, B. Haddad, B. Goldman 4TH ROW (I to r): K. Furey, A Fruneaux, E. Flood, M. Nichols C. Fandel, C. Dowd, M. Devane S. Davidson, S. Cooper, E. Mat thews, V. Coates, E. Luftman, N Hooley, P. Chouinard, L. Gial ionardo, P. Lane, P. Kun Chang M. Brew, P. Brenneman, J. Ber man, D. Becker, A. Globa, C Alpers. 5TH ROW (I to r): A Abbott, R. Zankel, J. Peterson, A Pan, D. Owen, J. Ostreicher, M O’Connell, R. Morse, T. Minor, L Leavitt, V. Javier, N. Herlin, L Channell, S. Fialkow, D. Doran S. Chouinard, C. Kennally, P Brown, J. Brown, A. Bresner, W ssPiP . YEARBOOK LITERARY MAGAZINE FIRST SEMESTER LITERARY MAGAZINE: 1ST ROW: G. Curley, M. MacDonald, E. Doheny, P. Gerry, M. Simpson, S. Howell. BACK ROW: J. O’Leary, G. Brenner, J. Silenzi, K. Ashel, C. Bessell, S. Ross, L. Driscoll, K. Abel, D. Quinn, Mr. Holbrook, Advisor. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT - R. Zankel, C. Rowley, M. Bond, D Doran, M. Perilli. FRONT - J. Perry. MISSING FROM PICTURE - T Zankel, S. Giessler. Executive Board s E N BACK ROW, STAIRS, DESCENDING: T. Cotter, P. Biagetti, G. Guarino, j. Child, R. Davids, L. Thompson, R. Heany. FRONT ROW, STAIRS, DESCENDING: L. Giallonardo, R. Esper, C. Crestuck, M. Castelli, T. Fitzgerald, D. Valle, S. Monosson. SECOND ROW: C. Gringeri, H. Stone, S. Geissler, D. LeMaire, A. Pan, L. Levitt, C. Meirs, M. Kass, C. Rowley, N. Ulrich, M. Gearan, M. Nelson, R. Perry, M. Crowley, K. Lyon, A. Landesman, M. McKertick, Mrs. Robbins, N. Rockowitz. FRONT ROW: C. Allen, P. Parece, S. Brodsky, P. Brown, P. O’Donnell, C. Doherty, J. Bates, C. McCormick, D. Ahearn, K. Knoph. Treas. R. Davids; Sec. L. Giallonardo; Pres. P. Biagetti; Vice Pres. K. Lyon. 158 c L A S S O F F I C E Junior ' iP®Ss Junior Class Officers BACK ROW, STAIRS, DESCENDING: P. Corbett, D. Heinsohn, B. Haddad, C. Prunty, A. lohnson, C. Diamond. STANDING BEHIND: R. Bayley. FRONT ROW, STAIRS, DESCENDING: P Shagoury, V. Coates, L. Adams, C. Ferlazzo, K. Wilcon, G. Ritter. FOURTH ROW: R. Vaughan, L). Linsky, T. Luce, J. O’Leary, J. Colman. THIRD ROW: C. Parente, C. Kennally, B. Sousa, M. McCann, C. Myers, D. Henry, P. Brenneman, L. Eisenmenger, M. Brew, S. Kowal, M. McDermott. SECOND ROW: H. Black, S. Davidson, M. Huard. FRONT ROW: D. Packer, K. Riley, A. Simeone, E. Lesser, S. Feldman, B. Goldman, A. DeAngelis, L. Gilfillan, R. Randolph. STANDING: j. Coleman, M. Huard. SEATED: Wilcon, S. Davidson, D. Packer. FIRST ROW (I to r): D. Fallon, R. Alintuck, L. Green, S. Breen. SECOND ROW: J. Cashen, J. Belliveau, M. Molan, C. Perkins, D. Vecchione, T. Sharon. THIRD ROW: M. Gerry, L. Johnston, D. Thompson, J. Ceplikas, C. Henderson. ON STAIRS, TOP TO BOTTOM, LEFT ROW: R. Rogers, R. Griffey, R. O’Reilly, M. Murphy, S. Zanibone, R. Shrier, C. Chouinard, M. Feeley, C. Hooley. RIGHT ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM: P. Quaranto, S. Kruger, L. Rowe, A. Wise, S. Reuman, J. Childs, D. Gendrop, S. Donovan, M. Duffy. 159 c o M P E T I T I V E 1ST ROW: P. Biagetti, M. Albert (judge), H. Stone, L. Giallonardo, S. Gooding, Pres. J. Phillips, Vice-Pres. S. Geissler, B. Duprey, S. Brodsky, E. Noonan, M. Robbins, Coach. 2ND ROW: G. Dyer, Coach, S. Black (judge), D. Fallon, L. Stevens, A. Roodkowsky, M. Estella, D. Henry, J. Franklyn, M. Coss (judge), J. Cashen. 3RD ROW: J. Finfrock, P. Green, S. Kowal, S. Fialkow, M. Murphy, C. Clay, D. Vecchione, E. Adams, R. Brown, R. Alintuck, R. Gaudette, coach. 4TH ROW: P. Gilks (judge), J. Snyder, D. Gooding, C. Allen, E. Luftman, P. Adams, H. Amabile, K. Katz, D. Becker, M. Tolland, A. Smith, K. Lyon, G. Elovitz. s p E E C H Probably the most successful and least publicized team or dub at Natick High has been the Competitive Speech Team. The team is coached by Mr. Gerald Dyer. Mrs. Martha Robbins is the assistant coach and Mr. Richard Gaudette is the executive secretary for the Massachusetts Forensic League. Mrs. Robbins is also the immediate past president of the M.F.L. The team has been very successful over the past few years and for the second year in a row captured the Massachusetts State Competition. There are thirteen categories covered in each competition. During the Mass. State Competition members won gold medals in Dramatic Interpretation, Prose Reading, Boys’ Extemporaneous Reading, Original Reading, and Multiple Reading. Silver medals were won in Humorous Interpretation, Oratorical Interpretation, Verse Reading, Play Reading, Girls ' Extemporaneous Reading, Radio Broadcasting, and Group Discussion. The one other category is Children ' s Literature. Natick was also victorious at the Hudson, N. Y. Invitational. Each year the Natick Speech Team hosts the Holly Festival here at Natick High. Including past Speech Team members Natick is able to claim eighty-four members of the N.F.L. This membership is attained by participating in competition and acc umulating the required number of points. The Competitive Speech Team was able to send six members to New Orleans in May to the N.C.F.L. Tournament. Three students were seniors and three were underclassmen. Beth Noonan, a junior, succeeded in reaching the semi-finals in the tournament and was ranked among the top twelve participants in tht country. In June, two students were sent to Dallas, Texas to the N.F.L. Tournament. One of these was a senior and the other an underclassman. The year ahead looks promising for the Natick High School Competitive Speech Team. The 1974 Yearbook Staff would like to congratulate the 1974 Competitive Speech Team for their repeated successes at competitions this year and also to the advisors, Mr. Dyer, Mrs. Robbins, and Mr. Gaudette whose aid helped to make the team successful. Finally, good luck to the Competitive Speech Team in the future that they may be as successful as this year ' s team has been. BANQUET BUSINESS AWARDS ! n ¥ : Sons of Italy Scholarship — Timothy Cotter Education Association of Natick Scholarships — Marianne Bond, Gail Burgess, Robin Esper, Nancy Hooley Jewish War Veterans Post 736 Scholarships and Awards — Susan Kruger, Linda Schlosberg, Howard Giller Kiwanis Club of Natick Scholarships — Debbie Orme, Linda Schlosberg Kiwanis Club John J. Lane Scholarship — Peter Biagetti Kiwanis Club Mathematics Medal — Susan Kruger Natick High School Black Student Scholarships — Dana Morris, Daniel Gomes, Carmen Shearer, Marshall Mills CLASS DAY AWARDS Natick Women’ Club Scholarships — Carol Cole¬ man, Deidre Doran Anna F. Goodnow Scholarship — David Champion 150 Club Daniel J. Bennett Scholarship — Thomas Minor D.A.R. Good Citizenship Certificate — Katherine Lyons Quota Club of Natick Scholarship — Carrol Mc¬ Cormick Rotary Club of Natick Scholarships — Carol Forance (2 yr.), Susan Kruger (1 yr.) Buckingham Music Scholarship — Nancy Herlin Rotary Club Science Award — Susan Kruger CLASS DAY AWARDS Bausch Lomb Science Medal — Neal Rockowitz The Class of 1957 Henry Goff Memorial Trophy - Peter Biagetti Harvard Prize Book — Charles Alpers Emblem Club Scholarship — Carol Allen Outstanding Female Athlete Award — Joyce Ready Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarships — Peter Biagetti, Debbie Paquette E.P. Clark Post American Legion Scholarships — Carol Allen, Robert Troccolo E.P. Clark Post Auxiliary Scholarship — Joanne Indeli- cato Kevin Lynch Scholarship — Susan Chouinard The Lions Club of Natick Scholarship — Lisa Giallo nardo The Evening Division Club of Natick — Marianne Bond, Mary Castelli, Margaret O’Connell Natick School Lunch Scholarships — Michelle Gearan, Susan Wright, Steven Simeone National Honor Society Scholarships — Jay Golan, Mary Young Amputee Veterans Shelby Leighton Assoc, of America Scholarship — Student Council Pan Scholarships — Sally Gooding, Alfred Harry Blumenthal Honorary Scholarship — Susan Tatten Arthur B. Fair Sr. Scholarship — Paula Parece Best All-Round Athlete Award — John Child Brotherhood of Temple Israel, Brotherhood Award — Nancy Hooley Marguerite L. Rafferty Scholarship — Robert Dubinsky David M. Willard Scholarship — Susan Kruger »• Girls’ Athletic Association Scholarships — Joyce Keady, Gail Burgess Richard B. Rinehart Scholarship — Celeste Ignacio Natick Coaches Assn. Daniel J. Bennett Memorial Scholarship Veterans of Foreign Wars, Natick Post 1274 — Nancy Hooley Natick Democratic Town Committee John F. Kennedy Scholarship - Arlene Bresner John Carroll Cardozo Lodge 102 Knights of Pythias Scholarship 165 « UPfcj Princess n — Joyce Keady, Princess Bonnie Duprey J - jL a i ip —1 Ml 5 A - i SI3 And all the secrets in the universe Whisper in our ears and all the years will come and go ... Love — like the autumn sun Should be dying bi it’s only just begun msa Banquet • f ' ' it V k r 1 % $ $ 9 10 IF •f - • • . »•$». H TTMrn ' fU in Tjji SSi “ -or " ■ f JV ■ IrTf v ' - .?ff 44 1 aj§jjfift» - .6 r_w - -c MET dKA Jyvw »• f t»i


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