Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1975

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n L no Y) 7 , 5rr e f ' » 7 C . ddcaMen yood teed t i die fete d , life oaw4 few die ma otny (pfemit y i ateUfcny, waifony . . few you and me. Natick High School Natick. Massachusetts mm: wow fiawt ue meat cwtiemcej nwuwtcwri to worn o n ytxi ft daxwd CW ' lHtfl 5 Mr. Barnicle Anita Eglevitz Congratulations Mr. Rosen If you can t be one, try to look like one and Mrs. McLaughlin - oJJlfii and Mrs. Rosen DEDICATION one man who, we Throughout the past year, there is brought about many changes at NHS and has earned a great deal of respect as a result. This man has created a more humanistic atmo¬ sphere in this school. This is due, in part at least, to his under¬ standing of the individuality of all the students and teachers. He is an open person, interested in improving relations throughout the school community. You can find him at all school events and functions. We feel his interest in the student body is genuine. To him, NHS is not merely a building, it is people. • For the changes he has brought and for the enthusiasm and support he has shown, the class of 1975 wishes to dedicate its yearbook to Mr. Harold Rosen, Principal. Meg Brew Yearbook Editor SUPERINTENDENT Our nation ' s bicentennial is an appropriate time to remember that democratic government depends on literate and thoughtful citizens. That was why Horace Mann was originated the first free public school just a few miles from Natick. Teaching responsible citizenship has always been a goal of the Natick Public Schools. But what used to be called “civics " no longer prepares a student for citizenship in this world of complicated issues. Unlike the man who said, “Don ' t confuse me with facts, I have an opinion, " we hope that our graduates can recognize the differences between the two and exercise their citizenship accordingly. Winston W. Wetzel Superintendent of Schools SCHOOL COMMITTEE ► . • v . • . , ••••• - Saunders. Dr. VV.W. Wetzel. Second row: H. Marcus. Ms. P. Kaufmann. Mr. P. Ambler. Mr. L. Flynn Mr. Francis J. Collins Vice-Principal Miss Caroline M. Cunningham Administrative Intern BUSINESS Mrs. Bromfield Mr. Thibault Mrs. Hagopian Miss Pothier Mrs. Philbrick Mr. Mitro Mrs. Parisi 13 GUIDANCE Mrs. Arena PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Panchuck Mrs. Maloney Mr. Theriaq Mrs. Readinger .VAW. - v. : Mrs. Panch Miss Nelson Mrs. Ghilani {SfM 1 t • Mrs. Colombo Miss Ciannavei Mrs. Pataky MUSIC Mr. Benson MATHEMATICS Mr. Maher Miss Goulding Mr. Linsky Mr. Kean Mr. McGowan Mr. Overlock SCIENCE Mr. Colombo Mrs. Larkin Mr. Barnicle Mr. Biedrzvski Mr. Jameson SOCIAL STUDIES Mrs. Robertson Mr. Ghilani ] Mrs. Smith ' ' S-T?.-: — n — -ii- n •.... a;. .r trjirssc Mr. Kirton Mr. O ' Connor Mr. Lawrence Mr. DeFelice jy Mrs. Martin AUDIO-VISUAL NURSES Mrs. Sullivan Mr. Nowak Mrs. Brenneman WALK Mrs. Van der Kerkhove Mrs. Gilbert BASIC EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANTS Mr. Brenneman Mrs. Peterson Mrs. Townsend Mrs. McCauley Secretary MR W v ,• . ■ . m mmmm Mrs. retro Secretary OK? WUs ' l ilk® SS OFFICE STAFF Mrs. Gianetti Secretary Mr. Parker Office Assistant Not pictured but much appreciated are Mrs. Stuart, Mrs. Jue. and Mrs. Scanell. S m Mr. Albert Attendance and Transportation Officer Front row (1 to r); A. Frasca, S. Maude, J. Ghetti, P. Feeney, T. Rowley, N. Ketchen, J. Hamilton, B. Evans, T Elwyn. Second row (1 to r); B. Tierney, N. Swan, F. Gavin, W. Morris, S. Pignatiello, P. Zanchi, B. Lentini, M. Dutcher, G. VanTassel, M. McCay, J. Lamy, J. Davis. CUSTODIAL STAFF (1 to r); J. Hunter, J. Colonnelli, V. Conza, R. Frasca. Second row (1 to r) Front row t R. Hoey, R. Morr is, G. Shea, F. Coppellotti, J. Sullivan, D. MacLeod »( ' Ml .Hi Just one ot the guys It ' s Snock Day you Shnook! Nina Revis |Jf§ III jipj jffl SB ll lit Is if 83«t ini SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS The Class of ‘75’ wishes to express its deepest appreciation to Mrs. Marcella McLaughlin and to Mr. Walter Maher for their sup¬ port and guidance. Throughout our three years, they have given many long hours of their time helping us plan and carry out our activities. They have given our years direction. The things we will remember about our high school days — the dances — the Prom — Senior Week — are the results of our joint efforts and cooperation. Mrs. McLaughlin and Mr. Maher will always remain a part of these memories. ANNE LOUISE ABBOTT Friendship . . . Silver-Sax . . . remember the drive-in: 1 . . . MS4M . . . excellent ... a show boat . . . Snow’s ... my happy box . . . 8 3 74 ... egg rolls at 4 a.m. . . . movies again f . . . C.A.P.E. . . . polar bear bound . . . Singing Beach squeaks . . . rainbows ZOE BETH ABRAMS Fuzz . . . Plankton . . . Dee-da- dee .. . eggs . . . subways, guys? . . . Cozo . . . Different . . . uio’s . . . NP ... Rino Dino . . . Water-weed . . . MV . . . picky pond . . . ooh Babv . . . It’s been real . . . ID . . . Superstars . . . Terry . . . ILY ... To all my friends, love always . . . ELIZABETH ADAMS If I have but touched one heart with the love of God, 1 am happy, for there is overwhelming joy in sharing something you love. LISA M. ADAMS Liza . . . Jimmy . . . 6 1 73 . . . Bong . . . B.H.S.R. . . . wiz . . . Caught at Needham . . . snipe . . pre-rally warm up 3 . . . Bermuda . . . who stutters? . . . S.C.M. . . . Halloween Revenge . . . L.T.D. . . . truce .-. . Ma . . . Sunrise . . . B.B. forever . . . PAUL J. ADAMS Weil, ar is an and then again water is water Anc east is east anc west is west. And if you stew r ev MARGARET AHERN Gymnastics — “Competing not so much with one another as with perfection” . . . PIC . . . trips to t’.R.I, ... I pledge myself as a responsible human to assume my share of man’s stewardship of our environment; mv life ' s work. •r BRENDA M. AITKEN Chip . . . 2 6 74 . . . California bound ... A Hotfman girl . . . Where do vou get off . . . you t ern When will I see you again . . . Summer 72 . . . Rope swing . . . Tokin Times . . . Bu zz °“ . 73 NHS trumpet . . . Too bad L.W. . . . Wellesley College Times . . . It’s been real. REBECCA ALBERT Rebecca — shv? . . . Smiley . . . Giggles . . . Bookstore . . . Busi¬ ness Office . . . Daddy’s little girl . . Camp Merex Summer “7 . . . Mel s . . Prom Citfic . People Blue Tomino . . Nantasket . Keith . . . 4 Mandv 36 CHARLES N. ALPERS N. is for Nothing . . . Chuck . . . Soccer All-Star Mad Uncle . . . parmesan cheese eating contest . . . Columbia trip . . . GBYSO . . . 1 ... Tennis . . . limus beamus . . . Tennis at midnight . . . Palpitations . . . Will go as far as he wants to . . . Harvard Bound. JOAN AMABILE oldies but goodies . . . ticket at one . . . rest area . . . backyard saunas . . . appetite? . . . the Squire . . . Orleans . . . M.A.R. . . . Sandwich . . . MARIA ELENA ANDREOSATOS • “It is not what he has. nor even what he does which directly expresses the worth of a man, but what he is.” D.R.L. our friendship . . . 3 m’s ... PPR. I hope to become a teacher, but first an awakener. Thank you J.A.C. KIRSTEN J. ANGELONE “Contraiwise,” continued Tweed¬ ledum, “if it was so, it might be; and it it were so, it would be; but as it isn ' t, it ain ' t. That’s logic. ' Lewis CsttoW STEVEN J. APPELL APPLE . . . “The” Van . . . skiing . . . weekends up North . . . weeo . . . Rheo . . . B.C. . . . Allslop? . . . work, work, work . . . weird . . . take a letter to my lawyer . . . Chico ... I got connections . . . who’s lucky? . . . I’m not smiling . . . FRANCES GRACE ARENA Fran . . often seen with Botts . . . 1 28 73 . . . M.B. . . . broken collar bones . . . Prune . . . Swim . . . Basketball . . . hot summers . . V.W. . . . Echo Bridge . . . N.H. . . . 74’ . . . baked . . . the Bumkids . . . Keep Smiling . . . Italin . . . pleasant dreams John T SALVATORE ARENA, JR. ANNA 11 3 74 . . . Reeformed . . . Earring . . . GROUCHO . . . When we’re ready . . . N.H. . . . CLAPTON Chigger’s boy . . . Hey! . . . Harold . . . Coen ... It s cute they say . . . Freedom . . . O.K. Sport . . . After Franklin . . . Fonzie JO ANN ARONSON Jo Capital A NN . . . Ya know what I mean? . . . Smiley ... on the beach . . . Country Roads . . . Ookoo . . . The Bug . . . Taste Testing ...3x2... U.S.Y. . . . B.B.G. . . . singing . . . lbs. ozs . . . G.B. 72 . . .Me Worry? . . . Strive to be happy. ft. SUSAN E. ASH Georgette . . . Halloween Revenge . . Truce . . . Bermuda 75 . . . S.M.U. . . . Cape Trips . . . J.A. . . . Society arrives last . . . Pre rally warm up 3 . . . F.S.P.C. CYNTHIA ARTHUR Hey Artie . . . ME Late? . . . We May Never Pass this way again . . . Bill . . . 4 20 74 . . . Lovez- zola’s . . . Miss Arthur . . . College Bound Teacher Someday. JOANN M. ATHERTON Lemons . Wow . . . Fi Holiday Inn Can’t be razzed We’re all gonna die in 7R9 Mac’s ... I can’t find The Path . . . You’ll Get It! . . . South Na¬ tick ... I wish it were my resolu¬ tion . . . D.I.?! ... no regrets . . . Bob’s points ... I Can Remember . . . Somedav . . . Adieu. here . . . John, Happiness Fjriends, Framingham, August 14 74 . . . Let’s get a case . . . On th Run . . . Reefer . . . Party!!! . . What the . . . Watkin’s Glen . . The Long and Winding Road . . at Needham High Saturday n Cloud 9 . B.B. Forever Saturday nights BARBARA BAGLEY says, “The world is a blown h!” ... ski trips in February £ don ' t even know how to ski . . . Kinda funnv ards . . . little I don’t know ' . RICHARD BALBON1 10 68 D 200 South Street South Natick . . . Rocky r . . . C.C. . . “A- Als-Everett-Corados- Officer Dick . . . Packv” . Windy-Lo yellow pinto LEE BASSETT Billee high again? Down the path ROBERT BATES That’s your brother . . . Bros . . . F period study . country club . . . West Natick KYLE BAUM Rabbit . . . Kish . . . Meat man . . . One of the girls . . . Punta mobile . . . beams . . . Poly want a meatball? . . . From co¬ pilot to pilot DONNA L. BASOLI 1 of the 2 F. Travelers . . . along the way . . . B.R. Tails . . . A.D. on S.B.B. . . . Corn fields . . . BV F’s . . . that certain weekend . . . J.T.’s Inn . . . DAWNA . . . 12 8 72 . . . KEV . . . I’ve saved some sunlight if you ever need a place away from darkness. Roche . The F per study Prudence . . . Another oz . . . BTNHDA Hortense . . 10 7 73 . . . . . T street Harvard . The castle The forest at H . I’m outa here! MARY E. BEDFORD 2-19-75 . . . Chuck . . . Choc. Chip Cookies . . . Yellow Ribbon . . . Hazelnut . . . Ginger Ale and S. C. . . . Picked Wissa . . . Pid- didle PAMELA BEATON The car’s dead; Got ya Keys? ft K r» 11 rn T J . ROGER BAYLEY . . Part Time Travis Road . . . Crusin’ In A 70 Band Jock . . . . . Friday Nights . . . Salisbury Beach . . . Chronic Procrastinator . . . Undecided Future . . . Brain Parties ... 1:45 Smash Up . . . Alaska Bound Oh Bayl! Ma Bell . . . T . . . Earthquake Sh 4296 j 15 Plymouth world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreason- Sh 4296 j 15 . . .20 mins . . Truck . . . Parking Meters Beaton Road; Run . . . Cali here we come! able man G.B. Shaw •■ vv —s-‘ y v •- ‘A , !. ; m- - ii;v5 v v. £ 56 $ born lakes . . . Totaled chevy -. 3 . BRIAN EDWARD BELMORE Football — Paul, Billv, Steve, and maybe Brian . . . Dance Band- Band ... I always lose at Whist . . . Baseball . . . 75-5 . . . 55-5 NEIL BELIVEAU Big Problem . . . Who’s Buying Tonight . . . Friels or Snows . . . Super Bowl Ride Home . . . F Period Cards . . . New Year s Eve . . Shot Down Again . . . Hear s House . . . Bench Buddies . . . Walking from Brandeis . . . Muscle Machine L3838 . . . Bar¬ bara . . . B-ball £ 23 KIMBERLY BENJAMIN Kimba . . . cape anyone? . . . You ' ll get over it . . . 4:09-Den- nisport — it’s only a dream . . . Kuddit out-goop talkin with Shirley — who needs a job? . . . Kim not Sandy . . . Sitten in the Caf . . . Just lookin . . . Someday • • • JUDITH I. BERMAN Magic 74 . . . Sunshine . . . BBG . . . Canada . . . friendship . . . “Music makes pictures ana often tells stories, all of it magic and all of it true. And all the pictures and all of the stories ana all of the magic, the music is you.” John Denver GARY BLEASE Smooth City Chopper . . . “Nancy” . . . Primary blues . . . ” ’ ... Lacona MICHAEL BEGLEY Mike . . . Micky . . . N-Nestle’s Crunch Bar . . . Bette Midler . . . No Accidents Yet! . . . Forjget it . . . Chinatown . . . Dennisport . . . homeroom . . . Have a oke for ya . . .or did . . . t- s w ■ ■ SANDRA MAUDE BENNETT Malicka — whats happening? . . . C.S.S. From Natick, Party Harty! . . . Ego tripping, so is life, good times have passed, Hi Sue! Tupper’s Girl’s room, Bus ride, skiptime, Metco, Paroled, P-EYES, Party Time! ... I’M FREE AT LAST!, Goodbye Natick Forever r J „ffl JANICE BENOTTI Natick Labs . . . Skating Bowling . . . Golf . . . Quiet! I JEFFREY ALAN BERG ’69 Pontiac-9 21 74 — Totaled . . . A.Z.A. . . . Tracks . . . Fox Lounge . . . Cards . . . Car Chases . . . Bookie . . . G.E.C.C. . . . LaCrange St. . . . Senior Lounge Gambling Debsan . . . Early Grad . . . Bentley . . . C.P.A.? . . . HERBERT ALLEN BLACK m i c 5trar.gr in a strange land . . . kev Qub . . . Travels . . . Super Sec . . W nushsar. . . . UOO£ tl ¥Sc r M are »€■ HOLLIS BOMBINO skiing in Florida . . . . . Caperanyone? . . a dream . . . It’s not Alabama BOB BOYD Miss Christy . . . fishing . . . hunting . . . and swimming . . . Pizzas, beer, girls . . . blondes, brunettes, and redheads . . . My friend B.J. . . . National Guards DAVID BRADLEY If we only have love then tomor row will dawn and the days of oui vears will rise on that morn. RAY BRADLEY The week end before school at Cahoons Swallow? . . . Weekend bakes everywhere . . . Beat the system . . . Coo-coo-ha-choo . . . On the Run. Pink Floyd . . . New Year’s bake at Greg’s Farm Pond . . . Ten speedin . . . Summer fun . . Blow out 75 ... Red Plymouth Memories DIANE BRANAGAN The crazy lady me crazy laay . . . err . . . Any¬ body going out back? Platforms . . . Worcester weekends . . . Tony forever . . . cooking demon¬ strations . . . Who? . . . There’s got to be a morning after ... So long Natick High . . . ROBERT BRANAGAN Booz . . . Indoor track . . . The upper lip ... I didn’t do it Mr. Sticklor . . . What Junior Year??? Moons are shining through the school bus window . . . PATRICIA JEAN BRENNEMAN Let’s talk of poems, prayers ’n promises, things we believe in — now sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care, how long it’s been since yesterday, and what about tomorrow — what about our dreams and all the memories we share? ANGELA BREAU In the midst of winter. I finally learned that there was in me an in vincible summer. MARGARET ANNE BREW Meg . . . Smile . . . Spirit, the In¬ dian . . . Walpole brunch . . . Thanksgiving Rally . . . Sat nite all right . . . cactus . . . Egg Rolls at 4 a.m. . . . kinda . . . VSC . . . strawberries . . . Ex. Board . . . Ski, Sun, exercise . . . Wallace’s . . . LMH . . . it all works out; all yDu need is love. DAVID A. BROWN Brownie . . . Dave . . . Mr. Clean . . . DAB . . . Chrysler Newport, “the boat " . . . Dodge Challenger, brush painted . . . Golf 1 . . . Putt-Putt-Putt ... Fat Fat the Water Rat . . . Self-employed painting business . . . MICHAEL B. BROWN Bonus ... 66 Pontiac . . . Always a Good Friday night rush . . . B.C. . . . 5 Avon Ln. . . . Coffee D period . . . Hey, w r anna skip school . . . can’t wait till summer ROBERT R. BROWN, JR. “It was a great mistake my being born a man. I would have been much more successful as a seagull or a fish. As it is I shall always be a strang er who never feels at home, who must always be a little in love with death ’ E. ONEILL ? CLAUDIA ANN BURKE CATHY BURNS CB . . . Stish . . . Concerts . . . “I wish it would snow!’’ . . . Lemons . . . “Southern Man " . . . Europe in 75 . . . Blushing . . . 357 . . . Peter, my big brother . . . Chinese Food . . . walking . . . South Windsor . . . Subways . . . NY Citv . . . Tobogganing L.G.B. . . . Love is patient, love is kind. Love is not jealous; it does not put on airs. KIMBERLY BUSH Bushwhacker . . . Hoffman’s Gang . . . Fern Art . . . Beach Boy’s Concert . . . Shelby Where’s the kitty? . . . Quit Beatin’ Around the bush . . . D.E. . . . Hole in the Bucket . . . How rude . . . C period study Rino dino . . . Kimba . . . Peterope . . . lock all the doors! . . . S.P. SHELBY L. CALDERWOOD Humarock 71-74, window, it’s gotta be 4:00, B-way, Rudeness, cornfields, Kimba Barb. S.M. 10 11 74. Best day yet . . . Gimmie a break, lets have another! Where ' s the kitty? F period study. I don’t think well go today. Dedham. When I raise my arm . . . M.B.’s dog. ::: : V:! iglil SoHJi m m ■mSSi ■ DOUGLAS CAMPBELL Dude, Phantom of the band 72-73, Number 1 fan of Black Sabbath, Number 1 victim of 73-74 Black list . . . Doug and Beth 10 29 73 NEUS . . . NEUS . . . NEUS STOP-THE- MUTTERING ROBERT CANARY Cape McQueen 4Neic . . . Marconi Beach Sunrise . . . Football bombers 71. Birdman. Green machine Jacket. Boston. Mooners Tanglewood, Wentworth. If you want it bad enough, vou’ll get it! Summer of 74. HOLLY . . . Guuupe. What the hell B yourself. NH Talbrcn PATRICIA ANN CARDELLICCHIO Pat . . . Bermuda 75 ... the truce . . . incognito . . . snipe • . . 10 28 72 . . . Sunrise . . . pre-rally warm-up . . . one of the rowdies . . . BUTCH . . . future nurse . . . where’s the bathroom? sleep much . . . Saturday nights alright . . . Sunday afternoons . . . best buddies forever . . . SUSAN MARIA CARDELLICCHIO Things that I longed for in vain and things that I got — let them pass. Let me but truly possess the things that I ever spurned and overlooked. ELAINE CARR The quality of the imagination is to MICHAEL CARROLL Hot Dog — Hamburgers — Thursday skating — taxi anyone! turk, Scott . . . let’s go down to the store . . . shorty Me — get my license? . . . C.E. Drive-In . . . my sister the chink . . . Audrey. Sue, and Angie ... I gotta try it . . . C.O.S.O.E.D. . . . M.L.L.r . . . gimme a break . . . that’s the Chaulk in me! . . . yes I ' m a senior . . . Ann — B.L.C. . . . spare me! MM COREY M. CARTER O.L.T. . . . rino . . . one of the ferns . . . Renardo’s parties . . . just a sip . . . what time is it? . . . Sock hop . . . cozo . . . Gio’s NANCY DIANE CHABOT SHAB . . . talks with LAMPCLMDC . . . independent rude . . . unpredictable . . . toots . . . cutie . . . HA! Football games . . . Canadians . . . 12 6 74 . . . Prom 75? NLABS . . . Burger King . . . “No matter . . . how rough things get . . . it pays to go on liv mm ssui PETER CHAMBERLAIN Travis rd gang . . . break out the coolers . . . Thursday nights . . . down the path . . . Charles River Cruises . . . Roast em up . . . load on the wood . . . load on the wood . . . Laconia motorcycle races . . . machete at McDonalds . . . the fort . . . crack em open ... be a CINDY CHAMBERLAIN “70 skylark’’ . . . “Nwt Boys” . . . Adivia . . . kmsgjmpcjfwhpm . . . Nlabs . . . “something to be desired” . . . Burger King . . . 12 26-27 74 — greatest . . . k27? . . Backroads to nowhere . . . Duck pond — 2 . . . MARB . . . ■ r. it 1 .. DAVID CHASE . kiki . . . ’64’ dodge LISA ANN CHANNELL Lis . . . carvel mornings games . . PEI KUN CHANG In the universe, all things are rela tive to one another. BRUCE CHANNELL Rug . . . carpet . . . summerjam 74 ... winteriam 74-75 . . . who doesn’t like bowls . . . Maine . . . Walnut Hill Gold . . . dirty dungeon peach firewater . . . circus forever. Dave . . . kiki . . . ’( pinballs . . . hockey skip year . . . 2 17 57 . . . rabbit . . . J.W Dan Jo Carlson . have to push the car Junior 4 19 74 Thanks; sciving Boston rubber imme a can . . . ,.H. — “If your friends are there then everything’s No gas, summer LINDA CHIACCHIA Lindie? . . . Cha Cha . . . let’s hear a poem . . . listen to the gerbils . . . pranks . . . um . . . it’s a party! ... I don’t know . . . amie talk . . . fingernails . . . d.p.b. 10 26 74 DEBORAH M. CHIN The accident of 73 . . . Philip . . . The old Biddie . . . Wi notes— Red Vega . . . My li 2nd . . . Girl — Boy . . . R . . . Married? Crash I . . . weekend — R.E.C. . . . I ' m w r aiting . . . Crash II . . . PAUL E. CHOUINARD Chino . . . “Hev Mr. Bransfield, you got another haircut” . . . Now wait a minute . . . Hockey team? . . . Me and my bench buddies . . . Manza Mobile . . . D.Q. . . . Anybody for pool, Mr. L.? . . . Hip Check . . . quack quack . . . Do pigs whistle? . . . LINDA SUZANNE CICCARELLI Lin . . . 10th grade . . . come on over . . . presents . . . Cranmore . . . daze ... I’d rather walk . . . back packing . . . you can drop me off. . .Colorado: DEBRA A. CINTOLO Deb 8 13 74 CPT . . . Majorette . . . Football game — anyone you want ... Up the curb — all the way to Wellesley ... SB party . . . Hey dude . . . Fence-Finny . . . water . . . 11? four hrs in car . . . Windshield wipers . . . Drive in . . . Libertys — where is it? JS JD . . . MICHAEL CLANCY WRASSLIN . . . 98 . . . 107 . . . 114? . . . Clanc . . . Spark . . . NO. D . . . Porsche . . . schussing . . . Trout fishing in America . . . I’m not Evans . . . Twins . . . Pin City . . . Free man . . . Big L . . . PAULCLARK CIRCUS . . . Parkman . . . Downthere . . . ELP . . . Schlitz . . That could be . . . Q.B. . . . V8 in the Vega . . . My Lincoln Died ... egg fight ... I’m not a taxi . . . Parsons your ★ ★★★★yyoouu. Good Luck . . . Family 2 . . . TIMOTHY CLARK Go to the Third Floor?? . . . Smoke . . . Howddeiee what’s happenin??? “Good-Bye Every¬ body! It w f as really great knowing all of vou, may no harm come to any of you in the days of our fu¬ ture.” i love the whole bunch of you . . . CYNTHIA J. CLAY “Our revels now are ended; there our actors. As I foretold you, were all spirits, and Are melted into air, into thin air. To the elements be free, and fare thou well.” W.S. THOMAS C. CLOSE Mill St. . . . Shot gun isn’t my friend . . . Wanna buy a good used volkswagon ... I still have my license, mickeymouse. HR ■ JOHN M. CLOVER “pyle” . . . Chevelle ”SS” . . . Paint it yet? Wayland . . . New Years Party ”75” . . . JoAnn who? . . . 7 20 74 . . . Beacon Shell . . Mobil . . . Saturday nite Hockey . . . Echo Bridge . . . South Natick . . . B period rides in Kel’s Mustang . . . Drive-in . . . I’ll call her ... 2 o ' clock phone talks . . . Budman . . . 396 Rock concerts . . . Monte Carlo Crash. VICTORIA COATES No name . . . Vic ... Sri Lanka ”74 . . . Neat! . . . Field Hockey — Lacrosse ... As the Team Room Turns . . . Indoor Track: ?? . . toole . . . Hey. Mr. B? . . . Brat I’m leaving early . . . Midget . . . the kid . . . that’s rude! LYNNE MARIE COHEN Co. . . . Oh funnv right . . . “yes” . . . the bug at SMu . . . Amherst and the van . . . plans . . . “you call her” . . . twigs . . .paranoia . . . Initial reaction . . . Today 36, tomorrow none. Hey, keep in touch! Co. yelling Brew . MARK S. COHEN . “What’s he . . Steak and “I hit all the red lights Hojo’s . . . She’s too old for . Myron . at me for”? me . . . around . . big back C.B.’s New Year run- “69 . . . Gal with the seat . . . Midnight toboggan STEVEN P. COLLARI Fonzy Jr. — Bickfords — Go to school much? not very — Pepsi — liams with Murph — Drink much — Yes’em Boss— They ' ll get over it — Air Force Bound — Does that make you tough — Bondo — Canada here we come — Bob and me, the Graffiti greats — tie him to the car.jmd drag him. JOYCE E. COLLOMB 1 of the Z F Travelers . . . Along the way . . . Follow that car . . . A.D. . . . on . . . S.B.B, . . . Corn fields . . . BVEF’s . . . Back road . . . that certain weekend . . . J.T.’s Inn . . . Jay 10-19-74. JOHNATHAN A. COLMAN 25 . . . Marie . . . 10 5 74 . . . Superbowl Champs . . . Winter Cotillion . . . Parliamentarian . . . Smile Terrence . . . Party in Smittv’s car . . . Babson bound . . . Best seat in the house . . . alricht Dark . . . MacDonalds . . . Basketball nut . . . Thanks Judy. Huh? ROGER COLSON Saab over everything . . . the made scientist . . . Gilbert and Sullivan ... those late night closing . . . Auto cross . . . don’t call me that ... an over in¬ telligent nut . . . Scurgled pistons from Sweden . . . Want to see a good show r ? . . . Nov ’75 . . . Live long and prosper FREDERICK CONDON Liz . . . Norman’s . . . America . . . Thank-you . . . 11 21 74 . . . Cape . . . Rung Fu . . . thumb back Halloween . . . eggs ... 12 R . . . court . . . Bucks . . . tree . . . duke . . . shoulder . . . camp . . . 55 . . . Superbowl . . . Renato’s . . . whist . . . Julie . . . Chats . . . “Sissv” Z.N. NANCY CONOLLY ian . . . What a year . CATHY CONNORS Cathy . . . R C . . . B.M.D. Marshfield . . . ABCKDS . . . wanna skip . . . you’ll get over it . . . think about it . . . whist . . . Thanks Kevin Lisa ... I get it . . . 2,3,4:00 . . . Mac’s . . . work :’ . . . big brother . . . D.F.W. ROBERT COOKE e bakes, Vi ounce, Vi lb, 5 cases, uarts, Greg’s cellar, Babs made r ' ES, Honda of . . . working yet . . . Wed . . . Got an ID? . . . Colour my world . . . Tequilla . . . New Year . . . 25 . . . Late slips ... 3 times . . . me smile? . . . 8 in a stall . . . L2 of 5 . . . um . . . which one . . . Brakes Hank . . . Florida Bound . . .That’s life. 1 1 mm J wL. A $B: ' IIIlP SUZANNE COOPER PHILIP B. CORBETT Sue, Business Office . . . Bruins’ Linda-poo . . . gotta get me a games . . . Bristol . . . walk from woman . . . hockey, scuba, skiing Woodland . . . Mount Cardigan . . . college bound . . . Under- . . . Baba . . . Times Square . . . stand? ... I must be mad . . . Dingus Battus . . . Silly . . . A1 . . . NAYNF . . . Mea-School . . . What do you want to do? . . . Where’s Charlie? . . . Lee old buddy . . . track . . . 5-220’s? . . . Find that hurdle . . . Yeh Doran! . . . KATHERINE M. CORMIER PAMELA COSGROVE Kathie . . . You Bozo . . . New Hey Bud . . . Don’t catch cold Hampshire . . . LMH ... ... that’s kinda cute . . . OH YA Brothers Kingdom . . . Music ... ... My name isn’t Gail ... 3 Guitar ... A real turkey . . . a.m. at Ann’s . . . Santa . . . Medical Secretary . . . January Walnut Hill . . . Michael. 11-22-72 Grad . . . Waltham! . . . Too . . . “Sometimes I can laugh and many nieces and nephews . . . cry and I can’t remember why. but I still love those good times gone by.” GINA MARIA COSIMINI THOMAS M. COSTELLO Italian Bombshell . . . North im- Pumpkin . . . Fatty . . . 230 PRS port . . . Ronnie . . . Friday . . . Flush to start . . . Brock’s nights . . . Those long weekends . . . CM for sure m . . Have ya got . . . skiing . . . Paragon Park 1 any gum . . . Now what do you a.m. . . . Took at that pass!! . . . wanna do? Cold Feet . . . Zippo . . . Fram¬ ingham State . . .Tcid shrink . . . “Happiness is having friends ’ DAVID COTE KEVIN E. CRAIG Wrestling ... 27 to 140 . . . Let’s Red Karman . . . 8 26 74 . . . play cards ... I like .football?? What do you mean you can’t get . . . Cheat? Never? . . . My Pants out! . . . Think about it . . . . . . Natick Outdoor Store . . . Thumbing home . . . Saturday at Key Club . . . Eagle Scout . . . Ge- Dave’s . . . Two in eight days . . . ology . . . Walked home from Westwood . . . 300 Sea St. 8 31 74 . . . Lisa MICHAEL CRANE Bad influence . . . Cape Cod chase . . Tracks . . . Golf team . . . Raquel . . . The Castaways Miami Beach . . . P.G.A. . . . patroling . . . sweetest things in life are free . . . 68 Noval II . . . gamble much? . . . Football games . . . A.Z.A. . . . take a hike . . . Fore! . . . Golf tour . . . MONICA M. CROCKER In time take time while time doth last, for time Is no time when time is past. CAROLYN CROCKETT ABC . . . Twins?! . . . volunteer it is ... . It’s not red! ... 16 miles . . . “Truly there would be reason to go mad were it not for music” Tchaikovsky. BARBARA JEAN CROFT Barb . . . Skiing, Skiing, and more Skiing . . . Waltham 6 25 73 . . . No, I’m not related to Peggy! . . . TENNIS . . . late again . . . NSPS . . . Killington . . . BAT . . . Mariah . . . BMDM . . . mid¬ clicker . . . ABCKPS . . . going to the game? . . . 6 to 1 . . . the last dance . . . Colorado . . . LATER! CAROL CULLINAN either a daring adventure CHERYL A. CROWE dy Friends . . . Breakfast me? . . . Evervday late slip The Cape . . . Those Football es . . . Out to lunch . . . H dirt parking lot . . . Meet the it back . . . Jean. Best . . Can ' t skip. Mel saw PARTY. Life is or nothing riend MICHAEL CURTIS . . Honda . Lovable . . : . . . With Chip For Flock 520 Ski DIANE CURRAN 12 24 74 Swim . . . PAUL — I It’s a family af- ttle . . . But . . The . . . Nuts . . . O . . Camaro . . . Brocks Rossignol . . . Roc . Great ... J. Trip , . 75 ... Lost . . . Friend . . . summer wanna talk! . . . J fair . . . Where’s Sandy? Every Sunday starting in May I lost my shoe . . . D penc Rainbow . . . Laugh much? Pre-rallv-warm-up . . . Joyce SUSAN DAMIANO DAVID. More today . . . but not as much as tomorrow . . I wish to live mv life on earth contented to the end. If but a few shall know my worth and proudly caile me Friend . . . Gooabve. KEVIN E. CYR . . . The Regs . . . . sure . . . Bud . . . . I ' m getting a car Hooker period . Prettv . . FaTl Baseball ■ civiiSiiiff 1 JLt . A • - ' ■ J % SP : ■ ANDREW DAVIDSON STUART DAVIDSON " Buck” . . . Working at Ea- The Grandest Wazoo of them aJl! german’s for how long: ... ’69 " Baby Blue” Falcon . . . President of the Credit Union — What’s a Credit Union? . . . I.M.M. . . . 9th grade Baseball team at Wilson . . . PAMELA A. DAVIES Pammie . . . A.L.S. . . . Let’s go roller skating . . . Brown Chevy . . . Lobster . . . Sunday nights at Swingers . . . Out to lunch . . . Canadi a Hicks . Dancin at gigs . . . Eat much . . . Driving with Timmy . . . July 10 . . . Daisey may (C.G.) To be a friend is friend! to have a JEAN DAVIS Geek . . . Keystone S.D. . . . Pier- mont on weekends . . . London in 75 ... I Can Remember . . . 1 1 75 . . . Yellowstone . . . mean leanin’ . . . chompin’ . . . SOUTH NATICK . . . S.D.G.A. . . . LAURAN DAVIS I Love MARK . . . Jan. 1, 1974 . . . Jack in the Box The Vault . . . The Beach Boys . . . Misty . . . Prom 75 . . . X-Mas . . . 1 Year . . . Brock’s . . . Surfer Girl Screwdrivers . . . Union Rings . . . Blue Room . . . Airplanes . . . SOMEDAY . . . My friend Sue . . . MDR . . . Life. { ANITA D. DeANGELIS De incognito . . . Can I Say Some¬ thing . . . BHS Raid . . . pre-rally warmup . . . LM ' s . . . snipes Saturday Night’s Alright . . . Sisters . . . lessons learned . . . The Truce . . . H.J. . . . who’s wise Stump 9 . . . Jeff . . . Yeah cuz I’m listening . . . B.B. Forever. JULIE DELANEY Late again . . . Pontiac Lemans . . . Skiing in N.H. . . . College? . . . Work: . . . California? . . . What lies ahead? . . . Holiday Inn . . . Sombreroes . . . Life is what you make it! I wish the best of luck to all my classmates! GAIL DELVECCHIO Del . . . one of the 4 musketeers . . . Future nurse " I don’t w f ant anything " . . . Bermuda 75 . . . Eagermans . . . Fact of the nite . . . York Beach . . . Where’s Bonnie? . . . Shop much . . . end¬ less Friday nite drives . . . " This is only the beginning’’ . . . . :-St. :.TM. V_V , r ULli — —. . Iff M j ■ mm® ■ :.it, a § f f “ T . 4 : I ; ip § gagaa ■ - : I r I L I ■ Jtj . . :-mw •v . •• M mm a»- ■ - v _ £x. yl sHP ! ■ riwst x ii id ■ A r w - . -• : :■ ■:: v ::: I • X? • ' : ' p oIl CARMELO P. DeMASI Peter . . . rides the carts in the caf . . . earlv grad . . . love’s his car . .» undented soccer team . , . Cherie . . . Debbie . . . Kim . . . Winder . . . Lori . . . Kathy . . . Pam . . . Lisa . . . New ' paint job on my car . . . ROBERT W. DENEAULT ’41 Plymouth, Mayflower; check tranny oil? Walk Much? Camaro marks on my kawasaki . . . limp much? Aerosmith — DREAM ON”; summer; Beach Boys and Elton John Concert; New Years 75. “When Irish Eyes are Smiling f t DIANE DENEEN BEAN — Usually seen in the Green Grabber — Tequila Sunrise — smoke much — start my diet Monday— Russ’s lunch for coffee — HEE HEE Parties at Babson — McDonalds — Let’s Skip today — Skiing — NOW WHERE’S MY COIL WIRE? — Summer of 74 — Thank God I’m outta here. MARK S. DEVANE Uncle Davey’s Big Red Turkeys . . One night in Braintree . . . Goodbye Paragon Park . . . Glass knee . . . You’ll go t over it . . . Flipping for the Lite . . . Cadillac at the Garden ... What’s ho¬ meroom? . . . Take it easy . . . 49 CATHERINE DEVINE athie . . . Looking back . . . ex- ?rience NHS — 99 percent joke . . April showers. How can I tell )U . . .1 need to know you . . . CHRISTIANA F. DIAMOND Chris . . . 007, Witchie, Piney. Va¬ nilla. Disney, Band Whistle . . I don ' t understand it! ... Bee ballet . . . Newley Little ... 73 Matahari . . . My Super BOA . . Lashes, Legs, Champagne . . 20N27 . . . Royalty . . . Mich. Sock Hop Queen . . . Strawberr. the 13th . . . P.S. I love vou. .... L SHARON M. DIMILLE D. ... Thomas K . . . 8 27 73 . . . a telephone pole? . . . rah 4 . . . March much? . . . another rally? . . . Super B . . . Beat it Rye ' , my corner . . . BMD . . . Marshfield 74 ... Kev-in. ABCKPS ... THE week . . . Whist . . . Late again Sulls home! . . . the times to remember . . . JONATHAN DOBIS Jon . . . with it . . . “Who cares? . . . Why don’t you ever smile . . . Transcendental Meditatioi . . . hermit . . . tennis team . . Concerts . . . Death Bill . Suspenders ... 65 Buick Pig ’‘She does?, he does? — I can believe it!” . . . J ELIZABETH E. DOHENY Biffy . . . there goes the neck . . . Summer 74 . . . 10:30 . . . foot¬ ball game . . . Salt pepper . . . Eleven? ... SB party . . . hey dude all the way to W r ellesley . . . art . . . can’t get out till the door’s unlocked ... I can’t turn off the windshield wipers . . . PAM DOLBEC Dickie always . . Osca Tune 15. 1973. B.T N H. . rath . . Nit Phok . . . Kittv whist ... 01 . . . Eric Clapton . . . AMF • - • DANIEL B. DORAN Van-man . . . Danny B . . . B J . . 64 Ford Van . . . Sin Bin . . . Lord of the Rings . . . Ford s idea in my van? . . . Sure! . . . Reformed freak . . . Tanglewood and TAYLOR . . . Hey it ' s a shark! . . . Hey streaker . . . CLK . . . we can t return, we can only DANIEL DONOHUE There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Hi gang ... Go back Douza . . . Born to be wild ... I NEED it . . . Don’t think twice it’s alright . . whist . . . Kevin’s Apt . . . Ofrica . . . Don’t jump . . . The , . . Mosquitoes in Juna Boona . . . ya Maine r ' .ght. • I’m gonna be high as a i . . . 11 25 74 . . . look behind from where we came ELEANOR C. DOW lichael . . . Mike’s pi DENISE DREHER igain . . . here kitty kitt vnite Hen . . . open heart CHRISTOPHER DOWD Each dawn is a new beginning. ace . . . meetcha . . can’t . . never “El” . . . me flirt? . . out back . . . So? Sew seem to get that license on time! . . . Hull Y.C. sailing . . . the keys! . Good luck tango . . Piccolo’s . . . . swimming football . . . Sue . Leger’s Friday! David Lisa Karen’s bve . . ROBERT W. DUCHANEY Weekend’s Al’s . . . Saturday nite Elton ... Go to Bentley? . . Bickford’s . . . Dobb s . . . Five o four kell . . . West school Hill . . Swimming at C.C. . . . Philadel phia . . . 4 12 74 . . . we ma] never pass this way again ...In PAUL DUMAS see all of you again in the year 2000 for our Class Reunion DWARD J. DRISCOLL T S 1 . . . MacMahon . . . tz . . . “The Rock” ... 32 Mew Year’s Eve . . . egg fight in rleht ... up there— down The Hocke outa here •• • SSK?x THOMAS DUTCHER Revenge is the best way to get even NANCY EATON 7-14-74 N.A.T. — marriage bound in April 76. Saturday’s at the Speedway 63-65-68 Chevy’s Thor . . . The Farm . . . Beach Baby . . . Dune Buggv . . . Biffy . . . Swimming w n, P, J . . Bowl¬ ing on Sundays Camping out with Those 2 certain get ups . . . Honey + Choc.B.J.F, loves track, soccer, and he tries to kick F.G. I’ll be okay, I think. Loves the Cape woods. Brown. License? T.J.? In¬ door blues 2:29, outdoor brawns 4:44 cross country blahs. Future- Maybe drafting, I don’t know! . . . The Dutchman . . . Yo birds. How do you like the goods? Norm’s bomb . 1 ' M | I • ■ i : y.-.-. ■■ VW-.-V.V : NN M. ELLIS TIM ELLIS Sparky KEVIN C. EMERSON Soccer, coach who? . . . scholar jock . . . “hi Girls ’, even s . . . Friday 13 unlucky?? . . . Coors . . . never do today what can be The Cl again Anna . . . VW . . . ( sckeecher . . . “Now, ' want to do” ... R Harry Swartz Burbank “The whole thing is” lamie . . . May 25, 1974, You’re having my baby. Blue 1972 Olds- mobile 442. Woolworths . . . Chat¬ terbox . . . Shut up . . . Leave me alone . . . french fries, coke . . . schlitz. Richard! . . . families . . . Blue stationwagon . . . are the fish bitin? Now No “D” . Hondo . . Allman Bros . . . Uncle Dave . . . Mannix put off till tomorrow, after schoo study . . . Go West-again . . Fords idea in my car? . . NLRLPL or DLE . . . AMF know ■ wspt : lggg§ |? WBM M : .. . , sS ■ Kv Av .v vvtv . %w. KENNETH ESTEY The town and country, 67 Pontiac LeMans, Three Dog Night, New England Dragway, Marshall ' s. NORMAN ESTES Storman Norm . . . Hey w r hat ' s happening . . . Could be better, coufd be worse . . . Lewis,Got any extra money . . . Merex . . . Foot¬ ball . . . 75 . . . Super Bowl party . . . H period in the lounge Circus 75 . . . Puck, up the: down there . . . Egg fight — fight . . . 6 ft. trophies . . . N card classes . . . J.L.B. . . . 1 . . . Summers in Centerville Solid Blues . . . “The brain you to think.” . . . 9 . . . F we re History . . . Lavezzo s left hand man DAVID G. FAIR 75 ... Roundy Downdy . . Ashby, Mass jach . . . tunes le . . . Parkman get over it . . . DANIEL FAIR , Q lifeguardin Be . . the big red hy ra Bomber ... I ratru . . catch you later . . renting sailboats . . . Red Jacket . . . I still can t tell you two apart me . . . Moose on Circus SHARON LYNN FALONE illy— Ice cream again? . . . “It Sumner Pranks . . . Wellesley Zeroes . . R.D.’s 1 Superbowl :r cration . . . h. wash . . . 6:00 a — T G. . . . Basketball embar- nr—inent . . . moods . . just a . P. St. Ponder . . . Thanks . . Can’t forget him . . . Baky Blues . . . Special 636! just fine” . . . Let’s go to the ocean . . . “Practice again — rahynt” . . . Now what do you want to do? . . . We could always go to the airport ... “I guess you CHRISTA M. FANDEL . the vineyard . . . Pm JUDY FARRELL JDE . . . L.M.H. ... Jug ue Ford . . . one of them I of ... 8 in a stall . . . . . new year . . . Italians te slips . . . Cape Sunset it at last . . . That’s Life -croarrassea . . . wnat 11 I wearr let ' s lie in the sun . . . ns . my little chickens . what an animal . . . what did 7 : our name was? . . . oldies SUSAN E. FELDMAN LSF . . . “Has anyone seen Nancy?” . . . “Cabot’s- anyone?” . . . “Hi, Mrs. Robbins” . . Raisin Freak . . . BBG . . . DLC . . A Dish N’Dat peanut . . . Canada conclave ... U. of Mass. Weekend . . . HAH . . . Let s be frank . . . Live and Learn . . . Stu CAROL FERLAZZO Ca ... painted jeans . . . Colorado Bound? . . . Pinto times . . .- always smiling . . . “I’m going down that long lonesome road, Where I’m bound I can’t tell, But good-bye’s too good a word, So. I’ll just say fare thee well.” JAMES FELICE world to begin? You can have your cake and eat it, too. Why wait any longer for the one you love? When she’s standing, in front of you.” DONALD A. FERNALD “No D” ... the Clancer . . . P’sure . . . wilted orchid ... El boy . . . Hondo . . . What do you want Grondo? . . . V.P. Mar Don Enterprises . . . Hey. Lan . . . Look out kid, ski patrol . . . Pixie¬ like . . . Wed. nignt. B-Ball . . . D period Hey, Mr. Murph . . . BONNIE FILLEDES Bon . . . One of the 4 musketeers . . . Future Secretary . . . I’m em¬ barrassed” . . . Vermont 75 . . . Jordan Marsh . . . Pizza . . . Chinese Food . . . US Goobers . . . York Beach . . . Where’s Gail . . . Shop much! . . . picky . . . Endless Friday Nite drives . . . LUCILLE FIRTH Seale . . . Weekends with a special person . . . Dennis, 2 15 74 . . . Out with the girls . . . Maine 73 4 . . . missed the bus again . . . Where am I going? ... A little slow, but sure . . . Maybe someday ... A friend is forever • • • NANCY E. FISHTINE Summers at Nantasket . . . Let’s go lie in the sun . . . B.B.G. . . . HAH . . . Sara, cute face ... Do I look fat? . . . Wanna bump? . . . Fashion at your price . . . U. Mass weekend . . . tuna subs, Sue? . . . Friday night blues . . . Rononu- cleosus . . . Think he’ll signal? . . . Arnied ya! . . . Arnie s ROBERT JOHN FITZGERALD Fitz . . . always on time . . . moonshadow . . . spring bus rides Cape Cod Sailing . . . wa- terskiing. barefoot? . . . scuba diving . . . wise comments in Biol¬ ogy ... cheese and crackers . . . pizza ? . . . Bzzz . . . you decide _ . skate much . . . later . - - JANE FLEURY Snowy . . . Marshals . . . plans to be a secretary . . . hockey not for m e . . . There goes her eyebrow . . . can I have a ride? . . . “Hey nutch” . . . where’s my pocket- book? . . . soup cans frizzies . . . Kung Fu Fichting . . . Always in jeans . . . See ya . . . EMILY L. FLOOD Open the door and come on in; I’m so glad to see you my friend. You’re like a rainbow coming around the bend. And when I see va happv. well it sets my heart free. I d like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me. MICHAEL FOILB Flob, Floubius, Foilbus, Fribble, Folib . . . Call me Mike ... 66 mean Fury ... So Lee . . . Yes . . . Hockey Friday? . . . Son of a gun! ... a little ping pong? . . . FAM . . . volleyball tonight? . . . Brittany Towers . . . _. CHERLY ANNE FOLEY Hey, Lyd . . . Prom 73 ... . Dux- bury ... W. Dennis . . . Wareham . . . Bumps Pond . . . SS . . . Duh . . . Rude Critter . . . Mr. B . . . Crash . . . Capt . . . Derelict . . . Mrs. Tupper, our friend . . . S + B . . . Maine . . I’ve seen the saucers . . . LAPPDP . . . I’m outa here . . . Westfield? . . . 12 18 74 . . . P.S. I Love You STEPHEN FOLEY “BO’’ . . . Hot Shops . . . Moun¬ tains ... 68 ... E.M.B. . . . Schlitz Draught . . . j.W. . . . Cape . . . Stop and shop . . . Echo Bridge . . . 559 W.W.S. . . . 66 U.P.D. . . . Appalachian Trail . . . and if we meet . . . ELIZABETH FORANCE Bitty . . . I’m starved . . . window friends . . . skiing . . . turtles . . . You guys . . . orange whales . . . girl’s basketball . . . “pi- diddle” G.I. Joe Attention . . . Middle of the Road . . . V.W. 69 . . The future is ours, Good Luck. ANTHONY FORTE Don’t believe anything you hear, see, read or thinlc. Vigilance and constant mobility are the key to survival. For Sue and her believ¬ able version of anything. Anything Goes. Good Night. LENA ALICE FORTIN ’73 Dodge . . . Florida Bound . . . “What do you want for a nickel, change!” . . . Ping Pong anyone? . . LMH . . . Sue, We’re gonna have an earthquake! . . . “Friendly’s pecan cup for a dime ' . . . Bobbsey twin . . . January ’75 . . . Peat and Repeat . . . Hey Jude! . . . LYDIA DANIELLE FORTIN Vi car is better than none . . Bridget . . . January 75 . . . LMH . . . Florida bound . . . Sho . . . Moses . . . DONNA FOUNDAS It’s a potato head . . . N.D.I. . . . You W.B.’s . . . Walnut Hill . . . NFL . . . MacDonalds . . . Let s skip . . . 6 23 74 . . . Party favors witn Patty . . . Late . . . Bermuda 75 . . . T.B. . . . ANGELINA FRANCIOSE “There are faces I remember all my life, though some have changed. Some forever not for better. Some have gone and some remain. All these faces have their moments with friends. In my life I’ve loved them all.” J. Lennon, P. McCartney DANIEL FRANCIOSE Baseball . . . Track . . . Mr. Panchuck’s Period D . . . Pine Pong Champ . . . College. Where? . . . Looking out the window during Asian Studies . . . Tests in Modern Problems with Mitch . . . Studies in the IMC . . . Getting in shape . . . Senior Week . . . Will be a good team . . . Finally out! JOANNE A. FRANKLYN Things will never be the same . . . In time we’ll change . . . but I’ll love you always ... as I love you today . . . G.E.D. — I’m sorry — grateful ... To Sir with love . . . Those school girl days of telling tales are gone . . . one of five . . . original .... KATHERINE E. FUREY Today is mine, each shining gold¬ en hour. In heart and hand and mind. I hold the power to mould in new design, in patterns eay, the beauty I shall find along the way . . . Maine . . . Friends . . . North Hampton . . . Cotillion 74 . . . Magic GAIL ANNE GALLERANI Doc, The Little Ones . . . Fug . . . Keystone, S.D. . . . G.A.S.D. . . . Is THIS mean leanin? . . . Chompin . . . The Chief . . . S S . . . N.D. on weekends . . . Dianne’s . . . 4 15 74 . . . KBZ- 6943 mobil 2 . . . NOW WE’VE DONE IT! . . . F-Troop . . . 1 1 75 ... I can remember . . . JEFF GASSETT The Army . . - Bagger . . . Nit a . . Soccer . . . Hockey . . . Co- Cap t- . . State Tournament? . . . Aero smith . . . Spaced ... A weekend in Acapuico . . . Bacon School - . . V.(5 . . . Halloween N;te . - - Tuborg a: the Cape . . . Mass. Maridne 7 . . . Later . . LINDA L. FRANCIOSE 3 8 74 . . . Franch . . . Thurmon . . Waddles . . . Pork chops . . . D.O. . . . Sports — CC . . . Sis . . . cuz . . . Pic’s games ... 18 straight . . . Audobon . . . the night the lights went out . . . Italian much ... I don’t eat . . . Cape ' 74 ... Sailing . . . Frid . . . Remember the good times! ANDRE FRUNEAUX 44 . . . Captain . . . Foxboro . . . Practice Water Skiing . . . Liza . . New Year’s Party 75 . . . Heat’s House . . . Season’s in the Sun .... JOHN E. GALLAGHER Bambi . . . Brisk spring runs . . . Pumpkin . . . Where’s the party, Mac? . . . Football . . . B.C. bound . . . 81 . . . Watch much? . . . 10 12 74 Jill . . . Ruffles . . . Bus to Bos . . . Moon much? . . . Capt. Track . . . J.G. . . . Super B . . . Sat. nt. football . . . Harpo . . . Head West . . . GUS GARCIA Life is a journey, not a destination KATHLEEN GAVIN If man seeks for greatness, let him forget greatness and ask for truth. JOAN KAREN GEISSLER Choany . . . “No Practice today” . . . Summers in Maine . . . “I m so embarrased’’ . . . Rahynt . . . “I ll meet you out back” . . . Double Biology . . . “Now what do you want to do?” . . . “Is Donna absent again?” . . . Ann’s Camaro . . . Good Bye Natick High . . . PATRICE A. GERRY Frank . . . 6 1 74 . . . Summer ’74 . . . boy-crazy . . . 4a . . . mousy . . . forever shopping . . . Maureen, guess what happened . . . dear abby . . . spoiled brat . . . West school . . . brown Vega . . . English with J . . . Cherish yesterday, live today, dream to¬ morrow! GARY MICHAEL GILDEA Super Bowl Champs . . . 10-1 . . . bench rat . . . We still had four second left . . . jock, and proud of it! ... Susan ... 18 . . . Warren’s little brother . . . EYN- ERIJD . . . ONCE and a while . . . NB . . . love people . . . good times with “the straights’’ . . . CJ SANDRA GEORGE George . . . “Big Bum” . . . Dumb Albanian! . . . Diet much? . . . Tuna w mustard! ... I can too wink? . . . Wkend drives 2 nowhere . 1 of 5 . . . A.F.A. . . . 12 13 74 — Crash! . . . gym¬ nastics . . . “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven.” STEPHAN J. GIBB uash End tree olfeboro. N.H. ; go c . Wh Fisk 1 . . . . Sun Island . . “Crab- Let’s go catch one . . . ere did Sal go? LYDIA ANN GILFILLAN Peaceful walks by a peaceful sea, Dreams and thoughts and a memo¬ ry. Yesterday s gone, with today on its way, But I Know that tomor¬ row I’ll remember today. B8 SHEREE ANN GINSBURG 2-16-73 . . . Gink . . . Bok-A Too . . . Friends — Lips . . . Snob . . . Donnie . . . New Year s Eve . . . Steak Brew — I ' m sorry . . . Good luck Mark Chris . . . OTL . . . times with HRB . . . sunshine . . . weird ... Hi Scott . . . Corkey . . . Cutie . . . Tiger . . . “The Bump " . . . See ya!!! . . . tiptop . . . RC-freak . . . ago . . . 12 31 74 — CRASH let ' s skip . . . whist . . . how gonna get home . . . drive ti . . . ta . . . Vermont . . . )um ... I don ' t understand 1 of 5 . . . Yance ' s problems the Cape . . . AFA . . . wkend drives to nowhere ■ • ' - w .v - , M , ' m LEWIS GLASS Phooey on youey . . . Were m mv money Stafman . . . photo freak . . . Redman 74 . . . missed Sas- samon deadlines for editorials . . . where’s the bullitin . . . Smile . . . que passa . . . lights, camera, action . . . Last but not least, I was NOT sick when I didn ' t have my camera . . . MICHAEL J. GIORDANO One way to keep your head above water is to avoia expensive dives ' s Hftitli iiif§ ALEXANDER GLOBA ha . . . Weekends at U Mass STEPHEN JOSEPH GLYNN No more zippos . . . Estfeban during F period . . . B.C. mega¬ phone in W.F.R. (only M. will get this one) . . . Rides in the red mustang . . . Finished Treadgold! Finished Gvorsv! rinished Crabb’ nil JILL L. GOLDMAN Rah? . . . Ha! . . . 5 . . . Football . . . 10 12 74 Jay . . . Ruffles Bambi . . . Pumpkin . . . unique . . . bong . . . 12-31-74 1-75 . . . talks . . . nights with D K . . . J.B. Co . . . Goop . . . Chugalug . . . secret places . . . Friend ot Mex . . . Indy 500 . . . BFS . . . JEFFREY GOODWIN r ... Get used much? 11 ... All Star material Always ready for action . . . Later JAMES P. GRAHAM Jay ... 107 .. . Senior cracker . . . The Big “D” . . . Rem. 56 . . . 63-75 ... all over . . . hunting and fishing . . . Berks Hills . . . sports minded . . . always hungry . . . Cape . . . Sunday football games ... 75 JOE GRASSEY Yes-Long Distance . . Rings . . . Gibson . . . Scooter. Dave F.A.M . . . L - . . . Spaghetti and Marshal. Hey Ken B., Tim (P.L.M.S.S, Band ... A certain Don’t worry about it . . . Fix the Radio . . . Murphy . . . BRUCE GOLDMAN Weight 200 lbs . . . T-bird . . . Javelin . . . Goldy . . . Open Hearth ... 14 hours of sleep . . . Maso Bay . . . Academy of Phys. Soc. Dev. . . . Accountant . . . MARYBETH GOODMAN MYTH . . . one pf the girls . . house up on the hill . . . Sugarloaf and Cranmore presents . . . og — od . . . Maine 73 . . . pita . . . pino . . . spitfire . . . drive much? . . . what clutch?!? . . . out to lunch . . . get lost much? G.S. . . . P.P.C. . . . TOOTH . . . C.B. ... A friend is forever . . . SHOALEH GOSS Steve . . . Sho . . . 7 28 74 . . . S S . . . ILMFP ... 72 Torino . . . Out-of-Staters . . . “Get off the stick” . . . Summer of 74 . . . Persian Guinea . . . The most precious gift on earth is priceless yet free to all . . . Love. SHARON LEE GRANT Early graduation . . . Jan 24 . . . “Goin’ Back to Utah” . . . Butch. Sundance and the ‘‘Wild Bunch . . . Rocky Mountain High ’ . . . “munchies” . . . more brownies . . . “Blert” . . . ; OM” . . ; “House of Four Doors . . . ‘‘L.L, . . . It’s a question of balance . . . NANCY GOULD Call me Ollie . . . Donald ... 7-9- 74 . . . bluebird . . . hokie-pokie . . . ridgetop . . . shotguns . . . beans!!! . . . Gotta get out of here . . . Florida . . . Cheryl, we ARE Crazy! ... It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are . . . f NANCY L. GRAY . . . Tiger . . . Duke II? rtiat is time? . . . Sunshine Time is not . . . one of the Girls . . . Spitfire . . . pino . . . P. I. T. A. . . . out to lunch . . . presents . . . og-od . . . P.P.C. . . . 9 24 73 ... 62 Glen Street . . . G.S. ... A Friend is Forever Nann JOSEPH GREEN could be no r There without a cloud and a storm SUSAN GRIMLEY Football games . . . Whitney Field . . . Fannon’s . . . Timothy’s . . . Biology . . . S.M.L.N. . . . 1 11 75 . . . But I Love It . . . Toyota . . . Miller . . . Summer of 74 . . . LAURA GROSS “The man who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The man who walks alone is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been. DARLENE GROSS “And let today embrace the past with remembrance, and the future with longing.” Gibran DENNIS GUAY Alleys . . . nites off . . . J.G.J. . . bonk . . . N.H. vacations . . . Y.S. . . . Library . . . E period . . Shady Rest Hotel . . . Boat No. 3 . . . sand shark . . . boom- booms . . . Friday’ nite sleeper . . . sports . . . Good friends 4- ever . . . Good Luck! . . . MARK GRUPPOSO A little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the wisest men. PAUL GUILFOIL The Corner . . . Maple Path . . . F period study . . . school . . . skip it . . . Murph’s class . . . okay . . . Roche Bros . . . Klass Corner . . . SS Impala . . . “you 256” . . . Lee . . . 10 7 73 . . . Ceme¬ tery Rds . . . Farm Pond . . . Juice Rat . . . The Valley . . . Cape Cod . . . Cigarette behind the A wing . . . T Street ... I’m outa here! . . . SHARON GUSTAVSEN Trips to Maine . . . the sun and water . . . skiing . . . Burger King . . P.G. . . . S.M.C. . . . WHCCKMAT . . . Nwt. Boys . . . “Karate” . . E period . . . Frosty Tee “74” . . . Friday’s coming . . . End less shopping . . . Future Sec . . . BEVERLY HADDAD Bev . . . I’m not Barb . . . endless diets . . . worry much Ma? . . . 6 19 73 . . . Great Depression of 74 . . . Nantasket games — side¬ show . . . Then came you . . . Barry White . . . luv to bump . . . C.B. Freak . . . Chicago . . . Dumb Arab . . . 1 of 5 . . . wkend drives 2 nowhere . . . BARBARA HADDAD Bobs’ . . . Blanket guys . . . 6 19 73 . . . Beach bum . . . “I’m gonna be a singer” . . . wiffle ball gp . . . soul music . . . 1 of 5 . . . Chicago . . . “I’m not Bev!” . . . coffee brandy . . . Yance’s M problems . . . “Let’s bump!” . . . R C in Em’s car . . . wkend drives 2 nowhere . . . MITCHELL HADDAD Greeka . . . Hamway . . . Suds II . . . Gremlin . . . YVine and Pizza . . . Summer Cottage . . . HEH! . . . Mouse . . . Areosmith . . . whist . . . Marx Brothers . . . Football 89 ... Mafia . . . Don’t ever back down from any thing you believe in . . . And when you do some thing, do it till vou’re satisfied . . . DEBORAH B. HAMILTON VW with ’37 Ford front . . . funny laugh . . . Paul . . . Gas money anyone? ... I have to do some¬ thing! ... A mind of my own which leads me . . . speeding . . . Endicott Jr. College . . . .X- vvr «; . wittzmx? ■ .;;: GLENN HAMILTON SL-175 . . . The coat . . . Laconia . . . Timothy ' s on Wednesdays . . . country road . . . Cookies wall . . . X52-650 . . . Summer of ’73 . . .in Sherborn . . . weekend at the Cape . . . yes . . . South Cape beacn . . . Tim ' s Garage . . . Liquid Lunch . . . " • MARK HAMMOND Cindy and good times ... 65 Mustang . . . Dislocated knee, (that hurt!) . . . Medi-Mart . . . Suds I . . . Lovezzola’s is closed . . . a lot of laughs . . . Good friends are hard to find, so hang on to them . . . MARK HANNA of the greatest ic JOHN HANNA Wishing makes a thing come true - A I 1 « • . If vou work very hard at it. too! ranted things JEANNE HANSEN hoes . . . T.A. . . . rm hold the phone . . . Ci SUSAN HARROW Sue . . . V.S.S. from Roxbury . . . Art . . . Travel . . . Have a nice day . . . long walks . . . forest country . . . “All things must pass. All things must pass away. All things must pass; none of life’s string can last so, I must be on my way and face another day.” . . . FACE . . . Johnson State . . . U- turn . . . MYF . . . ’‘Please don’t walk in front of me. I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be mv friend.” up : s.:■ BRIAN D. HART New Hampshire ... va . . . Travis Road . . . Jimmy ' s House . . . Boston Garden 11 7 74 . . . Iron Horse . . . Lard Head . . . Laconia . . . Merchant Tires . . . The Bench . . . Buff . . . 6 4 74 . . . Best of love . . . Jack in the Box Black eyes . . . Summer 74 Our apt . . . Baby millers . . . a stall . . . horses much . . . 1 Floyd . . . WTiere’s Lou . . . Fort . . . Free Drive In . . . COREY HARTWELL le play tries chicken school bu LINDA D. HASGILL “HAZZY” ... 6 ... As the teamroom turns ... F period lunches . . . Love sports . . . Hey Captain . . . J.W. Ill . . . the flute MICHAEL HEANEY Nit . . . Ya . . . min a . . . S . . 1 ... Bruin s game Fred . . . Iron horse . . . C gang . . . knives . . . Eddie Here come the Marx Brothers Groucho . . . E period IMC Dishroom . . . Eric . . . H History Final . . . . . " . Sis Rice Road wild weekend parties at West Point . . . F N.Y.C. . . . Rally . N.H.S. . . . Goodbye DONNA M. HEINSOHN Heinie . . . I’m no 6’ . . . Rah ? Ha! 15 . . . Brother Louie . . . Blanket Guys . . . 6 19 73 . . . “Gotta put it in my blurb” . . . Wiffle Ball . . . Indy 500 . . . F. North . . . Chicago . . . Yance’s . Eggs Much? PHILIP C. HENDERSON basketball . . . “Hondo . . . That’s a definite truism . . . Abington 19 ... no money . . . Pitts Specials . . . O.J. . . Dolphin upsets . . . Mercedes 450 SL . . . E period boredom . . . Now again . . . lounge . . . suicides the colonel . . . Slim line . . . splinters from the bench . . . Chugalugs . . . drives 2 nowhere wkend DEBRA LEIGH HENRY Debi . . . Prunes . . . Pep Club . . Superbowl . . . Coaches . . . Mr. Bennett . . . Ring once then hang up . . . 06068, 06477, 06039 . . . Thanks Mom and Aunty Janet . . . It’s time for a new beginning and beginnings are what life is all SHARON R. HENNESSEY Ken . . Concert R; 77 Stay awhile . Chin s and Peanut Butter . . . King Philip . . . Stowels . . . Val . . Babyface . . . Te Voglio . . . about - MICHAEL HEWINS CYNTHIA H IGGINS PAMELA M. HILDRETH Sue . . .48, Plymouth . . . Shop . . SERIOUSLY . . . Lenco . . . IMC . . . V8 Vega . . . Charles Nelson Reilly . . . Gav’s gang . . . YA! . . Lunch time . . . NITS of 75 . . .A wing . . . Tunes . . . Billings ... On down to Tx. or Md. or FI . . . any jobs? . . . Let’s o . . . Good or bad, By tomorrow will have changed something — Myself, perhaps. Maybe? No, for sure.” . . . ohn . . . 3 14 73 . . . Frohn and an pulling kitty’s tail off . . . M.B.’s dog . . . I ean, where are you? . . . Echo Bridge . . . Dir’ . . . E period Art 72-73 . . . men legs Canada 74 . . . Lassie, come home . . . The Bumkids . . . ANDREW W. HILL “A” . . . Yah! . . . New Hamp¬ shire . . . Cape . . . Jimmy’s house . . . Iron Horse . . . F.G’D. . . F.A.S. . . . Laconia . . . Bry low . . . Merchant Tires . . . wanna go bombing . . . Travis Road . . . JUDITH E. HILLSON Judi . . . B’s party . . . The Cape . . . HFS . . . OTL . . . The Beach Boy’s . . . 10th . . . What’s wrong . . 74 you’re walking ... 64 Bambi . . . I’ll drive . . . “In a garden of wisdom from some long away dream, maybe tomorrow you’ll find your dream’ . . . BRIAN E. HERLIN Bud . . . C.J. and the stonewall . . . C period study . . . Friday at the perks . . . E=. IxR . . . Peanut Butter and Purple Passion . . . Wxl . . . Kx? ... 1 B.S.A. . . . Foggy Windows . . . Knees up! . . VThe buzzies . . . VALERIE HIRSH “Stairway to Heaven’’ . . . B.B.G. . . . Susie; Gooba . . . Milton “74 ’ . . . “The Boat . . . Camp Arrowhead . . . the threesome: Levi ' s . . . Ken and Sha . . . Yoo hoo Doobie. Bogus . . . Be so . . . Free To Be You And Me . . . Gary . . Lowe. Everlasting F ri e ndsh ip Always! ' . . . JEFFREY J. HLADICK CIRCUS . . . No. 1 ... Goin Down There . . . Parkman Street U.S.A. . . . Fisk . . . 17-0 . . . Hulie . . . Lunch Room talks . . . New Year’s Eve 71,72,73,74,75, etc . . . Cape “74“ . . . Bacon School TIM HOEY Hoey Hum . . . Brittany Towers . . . Melvin’s Salute to Percy . . . Sue’s party bring a friend, hope I § o . . . Last summer’s parties at tie Fort . . . JULIE H OLSTON . . . hey Sue — you wanna? 3 muskateers . . . nicebum oh ? . . . Jeff. . . Baby . . . Hey LEE HOFFSTEIN I was just kidding . . . what are you up to tonight . . . Let’s go bother Charley and Phil . . . How about a little ping pong:’ . . . skiing . . . Friday night hockey Heffrey . . . 66 BARRACUDA . . . Brit- Thanks tany Towers . . . Sunrise F. A.M.C.L.A.P.N.M.T.S. ... to be v JOSEPH L. HOOLEY “Gard” . . . EMB . . . Cho- corowa, misled by George. J.W.’s . . . A.M., A.A. . . . Cape Cod . . . Alden’s St . . . The T C . . . Echo Bridge . . . No more tunes, lost on Mr. Jefferson . . . 10-19-74 . . . Joyce . . . JEAN HORRIGAN Anyone for coffee? . . . But I don’t want to go to gym . . . bean talkin ' . . . vou best behave . . . “We still don’t know.” .. . . here Kitty Kitty . . . Listen to the gerbils . . . It’s a party! . . . DIANE R. HOPKINS iy . . . 12 14 74 . . . Jack in , Wool worth’s gang Ball . . . Carriage Mickey . . . Mini- House Game the Audobhan MARSHALL PAUL HUNTER International 150 . . . Much bullboy . . . Heavy duty trucking MARK HUARD . . . The Little Prince ) No. 2 . . . Burger King Jo-RB . . . Proverbial rom . . . IMGD! . . t . . . Whist . . . Pal . . K . . . OOPS! . . . Zir School Comm . . . M 3 . . . T.B.D.C.K and . . . And always Chris . MARSHA PAULINE HUNTER Buckv . . . Eagles are No. 1 . . . Ya, I’m the goalie . . . Boston Crusaders . . . Sharpies . . . The Great Escape . . . Moose . . . My car runs! . . . Ya, tell me about it . . . Quarterback legs . . . Hockey nesota nnie and Lenny - L- E.: m V RICHARD ALAN HURST BIG Turkey . . . Two track mind . . . Whats the SCOOP Mr. Barn- cile . . . Gasp . . . Gasp . . . Choke . . . Weil, at least I’m con¬ sistent . . . Co-ordination is the name of the game . . . Leaving Practice for the last time . . . AMANDA LOU HUTCHINS 3 3 73 . . . PETER . . . N.Y.C. . . . U.P.O.N. . . . Fellowship and the davs gone by . . . Exit 24 to blue sides and untied sneakers . . . Kilenga, my A.F.S. experience . . . dollar nights and pinching pennies . . . Psalms 25 . . . Kollie ' s . . . yes dear . . . SANDRA HUTCHINSON Talk much . . . “Sandy did I fall in a pond?! . . . Big R . . . 8 9 74 . . . Diane Paul are gonna talk too . . . It ' s a family affair . . . Dad s girl . . . Pre rally warmup 3 . . Let ' s go out for breakfast . . . 2:00 a.m. calls . . . Where’s Paul? . . . College bound . . . PHIL INGLEBY Gruber . . . Harpo . . . Soccer 11 ... Get caught skippin’ school much . . . Scotty’s party . . . Wellesley chicks at Mac¬ donald’s . . . one of the Path Boys . . . Sit on the cafe wall much . . . “Squash End” . . . AGNES L. IRVING Nancy . . . Irv . . . I’ll be in the gym or the team room . . . happi¬ ness is girls athletics . . . New Hampshire days are happy days . . . 3-3-73 . . . Dream wHat you dare to drearn. Go where you want to 20 Be wha: vou wan to be — KAREN JAVIER Little Havs . . . 9 29 73 . . . L.S. FF ... all wet . . . District- break! . . . Exchange concerts . . . Northampton busride . . . Chi¬ cago, Chase. EL P . . . Sacan- daga . . . Hampton the Seaweed . . Tennis ... I don’t get it . . . New Year s Eve 74 iSi rf.j ■ . -.nyr sss -fvt % m m ? GERARD HURLEY Dur Mac! . . . Father McCole . . . D period Drawing . . . The Forest, The Village. Co-Op . . . E »MC . . . 57 Skyliner . . . NTR Parking lot . . . Structures H Per . . . CINDY JAMESON Tass . . . T.L.C. . . . Marriage 75 . . . Pisces . . . Good times to come . . . Free . . . Camaro . . . Gimme a drink . . . Diane’s house . . . Jeannie . . . Love and Hi’s to the Gang . . . Cin and Debs . . . CAF GR . . . 12:30 Calls . . . Canada . . . Greek Zoo . . . S’Agapo . . . wr vm LYNN A. JEFFREY Let the bending in the Archer s bow be for gladness for even as he loves the arrow that flies so he loves also the bow that is stable v SHELLEY ANN JOUDREY Start each day in a happy way. 9 in a pinto — Northampton bus ride. Chase, EL P, CHICAGO. Prom 8c Summer 74. B.B. ’S-skin- neydippin-Great East Lake. North¬ east District. W.S. 10 11 74. Music is the voice of the heart. ROBERT JAYNES Great expectations . . . Now if you could just get rubber out of all four gears . . . F.A.A. . . . What do they put in brownies? . . . Snow is cola, but hockey’s alright . . . F Period . . . Gin tummy . . . jtl ANNE MARIE JOHNSON BOOBALA . . . my friend in Dallas . . . talks with CLMNPB . . . McJOHNSON . . . see ya later . . . hey chick . . . AJ . . . IR 2 UN ... SC with AS . . . “and in a mystery to be when time from time shall set us free; forget¬ ting me, remember me ...” MARSHA JOHNSON Dud 3 . . . Gary 7 18 73 . . . “Big” . . . Fainting at the phones . . . “Crash” . . . Mass. Bay bound . . . future secretary . . . Prom 75 ... Feb. in Fla . . . Right Right! . . . Good Good! . . . CHARLES JONES “Chuckles ' . . . Bickfords . . . Got a tune . . . Moose C. “67” G.T.O. . . . Who s got cards . . . Whitney Field . . . Play a pinball Kemps . . . “AllieCat” .•MfJuy i CHRISTOPHER L. JONES Mary Lou — 7 13 74 . . . West- point . . . Northhampton exchange concert . . . size 12 shoes? . . . the hill . . . canoeing in Lake Cochituate . . . cookie monster . . . Ya Duck . . . Halous ... Hi Love. LINDA A. JONES Keys? . . . Phil, do ya get the math . . . lunch gang take care . . . Prom 74 . . . football games . . . USA bound . . . Dutterflies rainbows + dreams ... IA . . . talks with anmpcld ... a pink bear ... I forgot . . . got a good job! . . . long nails? . . . 8 20 74 SUSAN L. JOYCE BARBARA A. JUTRAS STEPHEN D. KADIS JAMES S. KADLICK I am so glad that you are here—it JuJy 4, 71, Humarock, popular, B Always be truthful. It takes a fan- “Prune Juice”, Football 32 . . . helps me to realize how beautiful way, window, it’s 4:00, nit man. tastic ' memory to be a successful Dave’s Big Red Turkeys . . . my world is. I D, rowdy, steak brew, liar. You’ll get over it! . . . Brother’s Timoth’s, car broke, how do I Skylark, what door? . . . Braintree loo k? Do you have that too? 12 23 74 . . . Now again, stop the seriously, before I hit the ball, talking, where’s the proof? . . . Shelby, Fannie, Voice of Democra- We’re outta here at last:!! cy . . . My Way. PAUL KAMENS Always asleep and bored i DONNA MARIE KANE There was an atmosphere of space and peace, of a moment that was neither past nor present, but time standing still, a moment of perma¬ nence that was strangely exhila- KEVIN KANE PATTY . ' . . old purple van . . . Charger . . . Col Cab . . . Swim Camp . . . 200 m . . . N.H. Beach Bum . . . Klavin . . . Skiing . . . business bound CHARLES KADLIK Chuckie . . . 12 24 74 with Diane . . . a walrus can’t drown . . . The Swallow ... A clean car’s a healthy car . . . keep this quiet « r . II i v • • I T . . Sometimes he is out of it Wrestling, baseball, track? Paul, did you get a job yet? college bound . . . Soon I ll b at last. . . . X-mas Cotillion, I’m worried, I never looked so good . . . We’re outa here . . . Hampton Beach, summer 75 . . . MARK KAUFMAN There is beauty in the sunlight And the soft blue skies above; Oh, the world is full of beauty w a . l « « « t r i » MARK KAPRIELIAN py . . . 3 yrs — 3 sports — 9 ons . . . Soccer— Gymnastics rennis . . . Chess Nut, Logic, lolay PMC . . . Soccer Nut 9 Goals . . . Camp . . . :er Vi . . . Big Foot . . . Side e . . . Flat-N-The Mat ... A Tod SDin . . . Always Smilin’ Big Kap . . . JUDY ANN KAPLAN iude . . . Greg . . . 5 31 70 . . . close to you . . . vodka collins . . . I ' m just curious but . . . caught at Needham . . . Munchkin . . pre-rally-warm-up 3 . . . Bermuda 75 . . . mid-nite phone calls . . . one special love . durango kid ... all you need is love . . . pep club. When the heart is full of love it ' s all behind us Dedicated ’‘tlFwf riir SUSAN KELLEY Smell — The Cape — We’re out of here! . . . F.O.K.D. Born to be wild — Hokey Pokey — Baked Beans, Your Father’s Mustache — Coma “75” — MA — Parking Lot Gang — Cowboy Rock — Murf’s PJ Parties Let’s be doodle fusses — forever taking a walk . . . CHRISTOPHER KELLY Hey Kel how’s the car running? . . Down the station . . . Newton . . . Framingham . . . How’s route Medfield . . . Maine . . Snowmobiles . . . Z-28 . . . Later . . . DONNA KELLY Kevin . . . 6-21-74 . . . Millis . . . Summer nights . . . Richardsons . . Beav’s camp . . . Hampton Beach . . . CGT . . . 1-17-75 . . . married . . . Who’s next?? ROBERT JOSEPH KELLY Kell . . . Wrestling camp, P. town, Rocket ship to MARS . . . Cold Mich’s, 360’s, Dinner at Gio’s Get¬ ting Psyched, stop and shop, week¬ ends at Al’s, Regionals, weight room, swimming at Country Club. CHRISTINE L. KENNALLY KATHLEEN M. KENNEDY JOSEPH E. KENT LAUREL KERSTGENS Chris, open foot insert mouth . . . “Kidney” . . . sports . . . 10 “Big Joe“ . . . Favorite Sport Laurel . . . Muffin . . . Hello B-the way we were; company ... ... injuries . . . “Sis” . . . Late “Football.“If a person there . . . Aug. 27, 28, 29, “74” my middle name? . . . the UN trip; to H.R. ... As the teamroom turns is to survive in this world, ne she . . . Green Gran Torino Sport Do you know what I mean ... ... Springfield . . . Phys. Ed . . . must have courage, strong will- Coupe . . . Redmen are alive in 75 tennis . . . van man ... a can of The gang F per. study . . . the power, plus the drive and the de- ... Behind the “A ’ between beer . . . N. twitch . . . Sat. band flute . . . Honor Soc . . . H per termination to combat the basic periods . . . Piccilo s ... I hate FBG . . . See ya . . . what else A P Klunky . . . Hang it up . . . problems and difficulties that are wearing those hats!!!! Lori of Pa can I be but what I am? Out to lunch! faced during our everyday life.” . . . Corky . . . Friday and Sat. nights with? . . . Firebirds . . . you critter!!!! Trips to Boston . . . Racky of Calif; F G H period study ... Do what you think is right! Colt 45 . . . Bye Karen . . . The Gang . . . Trip to California . . . Trip to Utah STEPHEN F. KILLEEN Army . . . trip to Acapulco . . . cops Howard Johnsons . . . Hol¬ iday Inn . . . Snows . . . Let ' s go . . . VG . . . Cape and the Tuborg weekend . . . Monte Carlo . . . Hyannis-Country Squire . . . EDGAR-colliseum . . . Nick . . . EB Fairview Ave . . . Pyle . . . jumped . . . ECHO BRIDGE Later. JANICE A. KILROY There is a wonderful mythical law of nature that the tTiree things we crave most in life — happiness, freedom, and peace of mind, are always attained by giving them to someone else . . . Farewell. ALISON KING Al . . . one of three . . . Buddha . . . C.J. . . . pushing at Cushing . . . camping in N.H. . . . Audubon . . . Natick Mills . . . Dough face . . . salami roll, “and reacn for the heavens in hope for the future, and all that we can be; not what we are.’’ John Denver. CAROL KING Achieving a goal is never final and failure to do so is never fatal. FRANCES K. KING Franc . . . friends forever . . . King family . . . Ulty turkey . . . to all my good friends . . . “and make up my songs for love” J.M. . . . Wayne . . . someday. STEPHEN T. KING “T” E.M.B., 800 houses, Arny . . . trees in the way, JW s, April in the Mountains a winterwonderland, It s got to be Michelob. Aldens St., Early start, I don t like to repeat things, fullmoon, tonight, Cape Cod, camp outs. HEIDI KLEHM Schuyler . . . lead poisoned . . . uitar junkie . . . Allman rothers? . . . another coffee house ... 3 sets and — where’s Peter? . . . one night stand band . . . Zoo mass for Zoology ... oh well . . . childhood s ended, life’s begun . . . I’ll not be back. CONSTANCE MARIE KNIGHT What a year . . . El . . . J.D. and J.B, . . . only till January . . . Dy¬ namite! . . . diet . . . reese please? . . . College . . . My life is worth livin’, 1 don’t need to see the end. SUSAN E. KOWAL Sue K. . . Magic 74 . . . UMASS doors break easy . . . the red light . . . skinny legs . . . Rochie . . . close but no cigar . . . DJM — best . . . KID FRED . . . Skipper . . . singing in the halls . . . S. gin . . . People who need people are the luckiest people in the world. KAREN KOZIKIS Football games, Whitney field, Timothy’s Biology, S.M.L.N., 4 19 75, But I love it, Montego, Michelob, summer of 74, Kaiser’s Commando’s, Aug. 2 1974, lunch time Bumbles. JANET KRUPSKI Moody Moore St. gang . . . outspoken on everything — au¬ thority on nothing . . . rebel without a cause . . . don’t make me laugh ... Is your father the cop? . . . move over Elton . . . Thank you, Mrs. Harcourt . . . Coals set on college— Is a college set on her? ELIZABETH ANNE LALONDE Ralph — 7 6 72 ... 13 kids? . . . I’m in pain . . . Freeport . . . Ar¬ rowhead . . . shapries . . . my big brothers . . . yes masta . . . they’re superstar . . . yo no se . . . Could be worse . . . you’re movin’ out . . . yea Duck’ ... to the gang. I love you all. rr ' jjr jft r • g« Wlpmf-B V®p 7 LOUIS LAM The soccer team . . . full back . . half back . . . right wing . . . centre . . . mathematics . . . phys¬ ics ... chemistry . . . Biology . . English . . . U.S. History CHERYL LAMBERT “Peter” . . . everlasting love . . . Mar. 74 . . . long rides to Fram . . . toy dept . . . Hungry? . . . pizza girl . . . working? ... 65 chevy . . . psst (Ene.) . . . prom . . . ever miss school? zodiac . . . cat eyes . . . living in a doll world . . . shopping . . . Goodbye 74. CYNTHIA LAMY MBCC . . . Coch. Texaco- Dynomite . . . RP . . . Different if you like somebody . . . Tequila Sunrise . . . Schlitz . . . Mom s car . . . OCS . . . Broken strap — Summer “74“ . . . 6 19 74 — $2,500 . . . Sidy . . . “You busy?” . . . get lost New Harnp . . . “Grab it!” . . .Taurus. . .Punk! MARK R. LANDRY Wrestling Capt . . . 107 ... 114 . . . 121 ... “SPARKY” . . . Clank ... No “D” . . . 68 . . . V.P. MarDon Enterprises . . . T’bar Dump ... at weight? . . . “I ll get over it” . . . ' . BETSY LANE “For how long do you dream each day, about places so far awav, where you wish that you couTd stay forever? Take time, to realize all you’ve got; to think of what you’re not. And dream, with all your memories, of how nice things might be.” . . . R.M.D. PETER J. LANE Key Club . . . Chicago Hyannis . . . 42nd St. Houston . . . San Antonio Laconia ... 95 mph VW? Football . . . Paragon Park Braintree Bus? . . . South . . Bowl . . . Liebfraumilch . . , Trip . . . Physics 30 . . . ZZZ . S. UN sill II 1 LINDA A. LANGEVIN Jack 8 21 74 . . . Hey Cid, “ROAR” . . . runaway . . . N.H. . . . California . . . summer of 75 . . . behind A . . . beans . . . buzz . . . Mustang . . . married . . who’s next? . . . “Maid of Honor” again . . . Dream On . . . don’t let it get you down . . . We’re outa here!!! DONNA LaROCHE “Dumps” . . . “Nose” . . . Field Hockev, Lacrosse and Swimming . . . Good Times . . . Summer oi 74 . . . little children and plants . . . Memorial Beach and Mac¬ Donalds . . . As the team room turns . . . Lemons . . . F Period Field Trips . . . WSI . . . What’ll I wear? . . . “El” ... 3 point turn . . . A.M.P.A. . . . Be happy. 71 MICHAEL R. LAVEZZO LAVEZ . . . B.B. The Guys . . . Pre Game . . . T C . . . J.H. . . . Me Mr. Cioffi . . . Ilene . . . 3 2 73 . . . The Swallow . . . N.H. Weekend . . . Goliomo, Monty, Bel-Nic . . . Joe s Place . . . Stoneranger ... A Certain Jewish Girl . . . Colorado Bound . . . JUDITH ANN LARSON Judy . . . Heck with this . . . gc find a party . . . call Bird . Marie, a white car! , . . My mistake . . . SUPER RIDE . pink curlers . . . Villa ... Me . . . The Neighborhood . . . Ca get Serious v . . See ya. la RAIDERS . . . Out of my -MOON!!! STEVEN D. LAVERS Dough Face . . . Mr. Buck’s Secret Agents . . . Soccer ... 24 ... 1- 14-1 . . . Vacations in PENN . . . What Job? . . . AC . . . LZ . . . Who’s had their locker near mine, for how many years? . . . GK . . . You Bird! . . . Peanut Butter Cookies . . . I’m Imp ressed . . . Ski Boots? VALERIE A. LAURO Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die Life is a brokengd winged bird that cannot fly. Hold dreams, for when dreams g a barren field frozen wit Langston Hughes Life is snow. WILLIAM LAWSON “What s New?” . . . “What do you put in Brownies?” “Surfing at the Cape ' ’ . . . ‘‘going to get an ice cream’’ . . . “That’s Life” IEAN LEACH Sweetheart ... 4 in a v.w. to South Carolina . . . skipping in Millis . . . Richardson’s . . . classes held in the cafeteria . . . seen at the office . . . N.H., THE COTTAGE . . . $5.00 Bets never made it to the ocean . . . I’M OUTTA HERE! . . . buzzz . . . ANN ELIZABETH-MARIE LEBLANC 7 13 73 . . . COACH . . . Get the Ravs how Cucumber Patch . . . Tango . . . Boots . . . 62 Pontiac . . . ED . . . . Sock hop . . . HOFFS unise . . . Mac’s . . . B . Sniping . . . The Tent slev . . . Unit . . . g kk JOYCE D. LEAVITT Little Johnny — English ’73 — movies — Mrs. Tartakoff is the Best — 11 21 73 — Burt — 3:00 am — thanks Bob — just jake — Christmas eve ’74 — 5 on sports — fonz — jan — moses — Magnum Force — Burger — at the hop — Hey kid — Bungle. Rude . Palm . RAD . AMAT GERALDINE LE BLANC A dreamer lives forever. LINDA LEBLANC Live while you have, Life to live Love when you have, Love to give. 3-22-74 . . . Frank. GERARD T. LEONE Oney-CIRCUS No. 1. I never said I wasn’t going. Nits of “75” . . . Cape “74” Combat Zone “73”. Pearl-Powell. Don ' t Forget down there. I didn’t say anything John. All have a tune. Parkman St. D.B. t n JANE EILEEN LEPISTO anie bird stranded on the each April skiing in Florida you st don’t understand spagetti ues I’ll be ready on time, ha so- mewhere over that rainbow Whoops, where did her car go What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. Looking for happiness is no way to find it. Relax it knows the way to you. ELLEN M. LESSER El ... 1 of 4 Musketeers . . . Radar . . . Maine 73 . . . friends forever . . . Duckie . . . L M . . . the boat sank . . . Jack 11 9 74 . . . Our Song ... An Irish Indi¬ an! ... Cotillion Surprise . . . Who’s Boss? . . . Ticklish? . . . Pre Rally Warmup 3 . . . Co¬ lorado Bound? KIMBERLY LESTER Discover consists in seeing what everybody else has seen and think¬ ing what nobody else has thought. SCOTT WEBSTER LEVER Linda Sue, 143 6-23-74, Quarter Rings; Concerts; Broadmoor; Rock- port Drive; CEL; Padiddle; Ripped — No Cotillion; Room; Skiington, Trenton; Not Lately; Secret Plans; Master Councilor. SUSAN LEVEY Sue . . . C.C.C. “You bug me too!”. Marshall s . . . N.B. H. Me on and “It’s Sue not Sandy!” . . . never get mad . . . Art . “Hang in tnere, Leaf.” . . . “Fri. 13 ” . . . New Hampshire DEBRA RUTH LEVINE Debbi . . . Levineland . . . Mi¬ chael . . . 3 7 70 . . . M.E.A. . . . our friendship . . . The happiness of life is made up of minute frag¬ ments ... To touch . . . reaching within ... to breath deep of the sound, smell, feel of life ... to be inside never again the same. DIANA LEE LIBBY A moment s insight is sometimes worth a life s experience. GAIL LIBBY The greatest kindness we can offer each other is the truth. DAVID PAUL LINSKY Dave . . . SCPA Pres . . . Mc¬ Govern for President ... Jr. Wazu . . . Tennis team . . . rhvs 30 . . . Ski Club Pres . . . Dukakis! . . . Model Congress . . . Sen. Linsky . . . Exec. Board . . . Ski Trips . . . Speech eirls . . . (Before 10) . . . Druids ... Go Pats! . . . Ivy Hopes . . . KAREN LISTER K.J.L. . . . The Cape . . Were out of here! . . . Born to Be Wild . . Hokey Pokey ... Bipin Wood? . . . Baked Beans . . . “Coma 75” . . . Mo-Your Father s Mustache . . . Cowboy Rock . . . Parking lot gang . . . Lets be doodlefusses . . . Forever taking a walk . . . CARL LODI Loads . . . Soccer . . . Hockey Team ... 4 ... Skate much? . . . Bench Buddies . . . one of chigga’s boys . . . MacDonalds . . . Football - Basketball games . . F period card game . . . AFs DEBBIE LOCHIATTO It ' s a potato head . . . N.D.I. . . . You W.B.’S . . . “Let’s Skip” . . . MacDonalds . . . Seabroolc . . . Summers in Maine . . . Concerts . . . Bermuda 75 . . . Mickey Mouse Cl JOHN LOPAS Give a little — live a little — Try little mirth; Sing a little — bring Lin . . . Ping . . . one of three . . . 6 23 74 . . . Scott . . . Auda ' Bon . . . 143 Forever . . . Dux- bury . . . skiing . . . “Thank you’’ . . . Padiddle . . . Mid. of Road . . . LMH . . . The beautiful lies within each and everyone . . . with love to Dad . . . little Happiness to earth . . . math in revenons a nos JOHN LYDON . . 12 15 73 . . . B S APT gymnastics . . . practice . . . Pinky for life . . . i d . . . Stumble Inn . . . . . . the Farm Cloud 9 Lounge ANDREW LUKE . . Skiing . . . Olir . . Who’s going . . . Think SNC DARLENE MABEE Life is sweeter, happier, too. If you’re truly glad you’re yoi Bert . , Four . Powder water i Scuba diving Moto cross . . . . Bikes . that” . . . ink SNOW . . . . Glastron . . . . Honda, Suzuki, Bikes . . . Bikes “You could do lasanga t( Dedication Good luck Everyone s Sull . . . 1 21 76 . . , w MARILYN MACDONALD BRIAN MACGILLIVARY Mai serin ... A party? . . . Where? . . . Can I bring mv cam¬ era? . . . to W or W? . . . Wal Gang . . . RGRB . . . Cape Guys ... Hi Sis! . . . Chrispi . . . HR talks with Cin . . . TO THE GROUP: YOU’RE A GREAT BUNCH OF KIDS! . . . BEST OF LUCK TO YOU ALL! . . . GOODBYE TILL NEXT TIME . . . Mac Gooch . . . T-bird . cheaters never prosper ... I didn ' t see the rock . . . Don ' t get hurt . . . Rivers “72” . . . Dana Hall Girls . . . Snow Tires . . . Ahhh boy . . . my speakers won ' t speak to me ... Pepsi . . . U.Mass.? . . . ELTON MACKAY Whitney Field . . . Win chells . . . Basketball . . . Sunday morning . . Skating . . . Weasel . . . Canada . . . All Brite Cleaner ' s + • • CYNTHIA B. MACKENZIE Green Machine . . . Philph I . . . How ' s your mother? ... A mother I’m not . . . Skoots . . . Zayre . . . Second Home . . . Kilrov was there ... 5 years to grow a beard . . . Kung Fu . . . Bowling ball . . . void ... No pizza behind the desk . . . HB . . . Mornings won ' t be the same . . . MICHAEL MACNEIL The deepest feeling always shows itself in silence DIANE MACKENZIE Coffee + Honeydip . . . wanna skip? . . . Gremlin? . . . How’s it goin ' STUMP? . . . Babson . . . The Barn . . . feel free . . . Baby Millers . . . Snowmobiling “75” . . . ski much? . . . Let me roll it . . . Aerosmith . . . make it . . . like my desk collection? . . . see ya SCOTT MACPHEE Mac . . . Macado . . . Love Bug . . Cape trips . . . Drive much Don? . . . Bourne Bridge . . . Camp . . . Braintree . . . Eggs, court bucks ... 12 guage . . . Karen, who ... oh! Crash . . . Pinhead . . . Renard s parties . . . Whist . . . Dukes ... 78 Super bowd . . . Loved it all in 75!!! MARY MADZAR Don’t be afraid to care Leave but don’t leave me Look around and choose your own ground ror long vou live and high you fly and smiles you ' ll give and tears you’ll cry And all you touch and all you see Is all your life will ever be . . . P.F. (Pink Floyd) 75 X. BRIAN A. MAGUIRE Mags . . . Sorry M.D. Another Sat. Nignt . . . Talks with J.H. You’ll get over it . . . North Game . . . Thanks Donna . . . Sin. Morn. Talks with Phil . . . Lasagna At Leavitt s . . . Hockey 3 . . . Sock Hop ... I Don’t Believe I Said That . . . PETER R. MALEK Laconia 74 . . . Travis Road . . . Jimmy’s house . . . the path Bri! . . . Kancamagus . . . White Mountains . . . P. town . . . Old Chevy 283 . . . let’s bomb . . . F.G.lJ. . . . Charles River . . . only the best . . . LORI JEAN MALFA Lo Jeans ... I love bread! . . . Lynn’s bird nmm ya! . . . wasted . . . guess you had to be there . . . try to imagine how little I care . . . Foxy, B . . . Nlabs . . . YES con¬ cert. . . Golden P . . . John his weird friends ... to all my friends, love always. MARIANNE SARA MALLOY “The state of Hypocrisy, which is near Peoria, is a haven for para¬ noid cows, who DID NOT THINK to wear their toothbrushes. This has caused a problem, as it has forced the partridge out of her monogrammed pear tree.” Twin CHERYL MANDOZZI Summer of “72” . . . what hap¬ pened to it?? how’s Jack? . . . I’ve gotta get out of here, later!! . . . Florida . . . where ' s the parties? beans!!! . . . N.N.H. . . . L.P.N. . . . maybe? . . . Toyota Nancy, we are crazy! That’s Life!! STEPHEN MANGINI “M” . . . 8 26 74 . . . rapid boys . . . Jim Croce Arrowhead . . . dishroom . . . Soccer . . . gook food . . . Hean’s allnighters . . . knives . . . gav’s gang ... it’s cool . . . Elton . . . dimples . . . D’s laugh . . . keep mingling . . . “G” . . . It’s all over. PATRICIA J. MANNING Tricia, oh, those Beach Boys! . . . after school studying . . . learn that math . . . SURE! . . . TAG, Jones tough work, . . . and if this day is not a fulfillment of your needs and my love, then let it " be a promise till another day. Gibran. VALERIE R. MARCUM Don’t walk in front of me— I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me — I may not lead. Walk beside me — And just be my friend. DAVID MARTIN EDA MATTHEWS As soon as you trust yourself you Eda-Peach . . . red crate . . . the will know how to live. cape again . . . Singing Beach . . . Mardy at S B . . . Y . . . Lake Niagra . . . 8 3 74 . . . Eggrolls at 4 A.M. . . . Miss Peach . . . C.A.P.E. ... to Bill Smith . . . Sennit . . . oi vey Bison Burger ... I Don’t Believe We’re Gra¬ duating. MARY ELLEN McCANN Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, The more it will elude you. But if you turn your attention to other things, It comes and softly sits on your shoulder. Robert McCarthy Rob . . . we just don’t need this . . . Is that so? . . . Rockport . . . a 4-leaf clover . . . Sunapee . . . Montreal - McGill . . . those damn mice . . . T.Y.A.L.F.V.C. . . . Layout . . . Sunup Bowl . . . Glade at Pico . . . but its all so different now. PETER McCAUL MUSTANG FASTBACK . . . RED SOX GAMES ... 2+2 . . . Sports Coupe . . . Stop Shop . . . 302 eight cylinder . . . Bowling . . . Power Steering . . . Power Brakes . . . Any body want to buy a two year supply of late slips? — used only once . . . Bucket Seats THOMAS PATRICK McCOLE SKI Bum . . . OLins . . . My super bike . . . Tennis . . . My car Jennifer . . . Pier 4. 74 . . . Black Belt in Karate . . . Hot Dog i SKIER . . . Future, Architectural Engi¬ neer . . . First Million at 20 . . Dream on . . . Pretty Good HeH . . . Go for it . . . Your Day’s Coming . . . I’ll Wait . . . Easily Embarassed ... A Very Special Person . . . Close to Me . . . B.V.M.L.S, RICHARD J. McCRAW, JR. Dyno Stang . . . Poindo . . . Ego . . . Zero . . . Pepe . . . Saturday nights . . . You Chipmunk . . . Slow down . . . Outdoor Store . . . Get me a case ... A girl in a VW . . . Buster . . . Mv steering’s goin bad and I’m n ot lying either . . . LR and the Friday night Parties . . . We’re starting to talk like them now . . . MARY JEAN McDERMOTT M.J. . . . Splints - Gym¬ nastics 16, Mean Mary Jean . . . bruises . . . Close to you - B Ws w m . . . Big Black Doors . . . Hey J. — Back at the ranch. Tonto doorknobs . . . F R . . . Don ' t you ever blink? . . . Track! thanks T.B. 6 17 74 . . . SCOTT R.J. McDOWELL “SCOOTER ”, Carol C., Somerville, Rock Me Gently, Summer of 74, Nantasket, ’67-289 Mustang GT, Honda, Cessna, Orange, Mass., Sid’s, Vibraphone. PATRICIA A. McGILLIVRAY “Taffy’’ . . . the blue bomber . . . Macs . . . F Period Field Trips . . . As the team room turns . . . “E” . . . Always laughing . . . 4 . . . Eagles 1 Hockev Goalie MocKev . . . Ni Field Countdown urse? DAVID McISAAC Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true. SCOTT DOUGLAS McLARNON Mac . . . Wrestling Camp . . . P- Town . . . Whatsa Dork? 360’s . . . Gio ' s Getting Psyched . . . Cold Michs . . . Sherborn Bounce . . . Heaving on Saturday . . . “Buzzies” . . . New Years in Sher¬ born “Which way to the beach?” . . . Lifting . . . Weight Room }ock. JUDITH M. McNEIL Rob 10 4 72 . . . Nov 18, “72 J D’s . . . little hewey . . . . . F. Period . . . Quist Weeb’s 5 ... Hey Jude huh? . . . Prom 74 . . . Let s walking . . . Ugh I do too! john g. McLaughlin irt . . . Kathv . . . Watertown . 6’s . . . A.E. . . . Crusin . . . LMH and What a laugh! Bermuda Big Mac s H.B. . . . Sid. CHARLES McPARLAND Army . . . Bacon, Once in Awhile . . . The Rink . . . S.D.B. . . . Holiday Inn with King . . . Mals . . . Country Squire Inn, Hyannis . . . Locker Room Boom . . . April Party . . . F Period Study 2,3,4 . . Snapping? . . . T.K. . . . Later. KEVIN MCQUISTON Opportunities, like parking pic are plentiful for those who there first. PETER ANDREW MEIRS 351 MACH I Fire Breather 4 26 74 . . . Allman Bros . Concerts . . . Trenton Maine Truro . . . FAM . . . 6 7 74 . . How s the Car? . . . Drive Mud Cruising . . Mr. Bucks ' Seer agents . . . My little sis Cream in vour Coffee? . . .DA H R . . . Cebe. JANE ELLEN MEDEIROS 12-21-74 . . . spic ... Art 302 . . . secret agents . . . 2nd Lunch . . . chink . . . Roar 12-30-74 . . . early grad . . . Anton ' s . . . stairway to heaven . . . Jim always . . . Night In White Satin 78 CHERYL MELCHIORRI t ei: Son . . . Paul . . . 8 20 74 Deppy Gray . . . horse shows . Bermuda, ’75 . . . 100 miles Winooski, Vermont . . . 11 23 74 . . . Mac ' s . . . G.S. . . . A friend is forever! JOHN P. MELCHIORRI ‘•Mel ' ’ • • B.B. and the guys, “Hey Goliomo let’s hit Jack in the Box’’ . . . Football . . . “43” . . . BSL Champs . . . Andrea (my honey] 3 22fi74 . . . Prom night . . . Allman Bros . . . Giovannis . . . Me and Andrea, June 22, 1980. STEPHEN R. MELCHIORRI Etiene . . . Press . . . I’m Still Smiling . . . monthly concerts . . . Now what did I do? . . . it’s the little things . . . faraway places . . . grease monkey ... Be ready or the bus leaves w o you . . . 7 7 s . . . Mary . . . hun . . . 2 16 73 . . . time will tell! ALFRED MELLOR . . I’m outa wron Cabin Parties . . . . Down the one way street D.B. A S. G.F. E.J. C.S. A.S. Peck’s moon New Hampshire “Do a nuther” number ng way . Boston here on a Con a way Stond” “Trip” Pa Ska Ski 4 4 ■ RICHARD MELLOR Friday nights at the cabin with the gang.. . . Triumph 650 ... 55 . . -vervbody Knows Harley’s Don’t Go . . . E.N. M.F. J.W. . . . Where ' s Steve’s Little Pine Needle . Go places and do things MARGARET MESSOM There is no substitute for brains — but silence sometimes helps. PETER MEYMAIRS Travis Road . . . Cape Cod . . . The Path . . . Celtics Games . . . Bruins Games . . . Matapoisett . . . great summers . . . Oak Street Shell . . . “75” MARK MICCILE Card Shark . . . E, G H Period Study . . . Likes to go fishing . . . Hockey . . . Basketball games . . . L.M.H. . . . LISA MONACO David . . . 11 21 73 . . . The coat . . . The Cape . . . Shoulders . . Europe . . . C Period . . . Waterview . . . Malibu . . . Ledge . . . TCS . . . Conn. Friend . . . Schlitz . . . N.E. Rub parking Lot . . T.E. . . . Gimme a can . . . Chevy . . . Poo . . . Where’s my keys . . . The Group . . . DENISE J. MONT ALTO RHEO . . . SEK, V 2 a best . . . you’re no fun . . . eggrolls at 4:30 . . . eat my APPLE: . . . Jenny . . . DRUIDS . . . 3 23 74 . SJA — So I ' ll smile for you in winter if you’ll go easy, And fill your rooms with roses when I can, if you never turn away. MICHAEL MONTGOMERY MONTY ... 63 Olds ... 66 Pon¬ tiac ... 66 Mustang ... 62 Olds, Julie . . . Why . . . March 3 . . . Beer or what ever . . . Summer of 74 . . . South Main St. B A Remodeling . . . Put it in your sock Anita “A Fine Person” . . . Red hair’s ugly . . . B.B. and the Boys, Monty ' s Magic Wand. SANDRA MOONEY Moon . . . Summer 74 — Beach- wood . . . New Hampshire . . . Midnight Swims . . . The Point . . . SANDY not Kim . . . The barn . . . HORSES . . . The steps . . . Cape anyone? . . . 4:09 . . . Who needs a license . . . Some¬ one’s coming, let ' s go . . . See ya, N.H.S. . . . SUSAN KATHLEEN MORATH Far away in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and LILLIAN MOSGOFIAN Nobody knows I’m a Senior . . tears — always near the surface . . . To Understand: To under: To look up to: To Respec BRIAN D. MORIARTY lie Johnston . . . E.J. Number 1 . The people s choice . . . (“I spectular ’) . . . The Best peo- — Eddie Johnston, me, tarl Morgs . . . Neal . . . Sometime in May . . . “My Mistake ’ . . . The ViTa . . . Mac’s . . . Bargins Un¬ limited . . . The Morgan Mobile . . . “Where are the fireworks?” . . . Espanol . . . the morning after . . . Wicked!! . . . Friends. To Understand yaz, Cher. Billie J. King, Howard see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead . . . Suzy-Q . . . 4 15 . . . Easter 74.SR’s 4 ft . . . Colo . . . I can remember. Cosell - way w Danish St. Louis all the Bombles, ith Eddie J. - . . . (Un Real!) JANET MOSSMAN Wayland crowd, Cadillac . . Friday nites at the vault . . Brocks . . . F Period . . . Some day . . . I ll give you a ride some day . . . basketball battle . . . J.B . . . I.O.U. . . . Bruce— 10 18 74 Chippa . . . You I . . . has the nicest? B.M. . . . the wall DONNA MOULTON sports . . . capt out to lunch . ... 14 CHRIS MULLIN Moon, spleef, Queen, weekend N.H., The lot, Rambler, 87 d absent, Mr. Collins office. KAREN A. MURPHY Moonie . . . Crash . . . ?r . . . Sock Hop . . . Scott Kii • • • I get it . . . Eggs M. i? Pre Rally Wm Up C-:- . . To tell the truth . truce . . . Saturday nigh a . . . lessons learned ever. ankles . period A . . . “ski turns . . Rice Rd Moult . super! zippo ... As the teamroom college?? . . . Sis . . . . . beer . . . “J” . . . “phant” . . . That ' s SUSAN LEE MURPHY LINDA MURRAY Murf . . . P.J. Parties . . . Exchange concert, chorus and con- crutches . . . Cowboy rock . . . cert choir . . . Faure . . . Field 8 23 72 . . . Bacon . . . the corner hockey . . . GAA . . . Honor Soci- . . . Maine Summer jam ... ety . . . Now what’s the English Bucky . . . Harley 74 . . . June 76. word for lorsque? . . . Walk for Youth and everything else . . . knee socks . . . That big brown raincoat . . . “Bye, Miss Leavitt!” THOMAS J. MURRAY CORINE LEE MYERS Tom . . . Muggsy . . . You 11 get it Cori . . . smile! . . . The Bobbsey . . . Later, Much Later ... It Twins . . . ‘respectfully sub- won’t start?? . . . “King Snipe” mitted — Student Council Sec y . . Hockey ... 1 of the 3 . . . ... Gymnastics — floor Beam Roche Bros. Produce Dept ... 68 ... To live is to dance . . . esr olds “Muscle Machine . . . Suev- Israeli Dance . . . Magic NEPTY . . . “What s Baty?” . . . ”If I am not for myself who will be ior me " If I am for myself alone, what am I? If not now when? SUSAN G. NADLER Sue . . . J.B. Co. ... Jr. Year . . . Prom 74 . . . Florida . . . stiff neck . . . weekend at U. Mass . . . nights with D K . . . Renato’s party . . . wine cooler . . . secret places . . . black blue birthday peek-a-boo . . . 2:00 am, grounded: . . . B.F.J. College bound. SANDRA MYRICK Sandy ... I’ll get over it . . . How to . . . 12 31 72 . . . Rob . . . A smile can never be kept, it can only be given away ... Be happy . Good luck. JOHN NAGEL Hockey. Weekend Summers at HTR. OBC, Jim Dave, (Charlie as in Sanka!!) it.” TRASH. What ai Illegal parking. STEPH ILENE S. NATHANSON Rhoda GEORGE NASON National Honor Society, Honor Roll, 1974 Comet, 1970 Monaco, license. movies, accessories Summer travels. The Truce . . . S.M.U. Society arrives . . . S.C.M. JHS raid . . . Sisters . . . Ma . . . 3 2 73 . . . Michael . . . dly fights . . . lobster . . . sley brunch . . . PRW 3 10 31 Revenge . . . Drive . . . C.F. . . . M.D. Week- . . B.B. Forever . . . STEVEN H. NEUS SNeush - Framingham - Canine Control - AZA - Natick - Bike. J. RICKEY NEWMAN No Comment. MARILYN L. NICHOLS kl unkies . Nick . . . F per chalk fights? . . Club? . . . LMH . field hockey . . . ■m l • - AZA - Natick - Bike SUSAN J. NEARY Sue . . . Canary ... Do you have a license for that . . . Rochie . . . VW . . . down the cape . . . SLG nites . . . subway’s gin? . . . Golden Biscuts . . . Thanks a lot you guys ... I prefer brown . . . “Yes” concert . . . it s been real . . to all my friends, love always BETSEY NELLIS Greater love has no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends. KENNETH NELSON I came to learn, so I did. PATRICIA JEAN NELSON 3 3 73 Everlasting . . . U.P.O.N. retreats . . . remember the gang? . . . Spring of my 15th year . . . so many changes . . . fiave vou read your Bible lately? ... The Pastry Pit . . . Love that clunker . . . John 3.16 • • • HOWARD NICKERSON “Bel-Nic” . . . B.B. + the guys . . . 69 Charger— Scratch one car . . . Carol . . . 11 17 73 . . . “Liar " . . . 12 28 74 . . . Warn-? . . . Put the ash trays back, monty . . . T+C . . . New Year’s Ev’e . . . “Do it ' . . . Nothin but a rookie . . - zipperhead . . “BURNT!” . . . R.I JOANNE NICKERSON MIKE . . . oh! oh! dear! red ... I don’t understand . . . Cape Cod summers . . . chocolate chip cook¬ ies .. . basketball . .. . a.m. . . . volleyball . . . slips and goes down . . . running for bus . . . long walks . . . too many dogs . . . don t mimic me . . . stoop-it . . .stage crew. . . ski-jump. THOMAS G. NONIS Of the world 1 stand alone and think till love and fame to no¬ thingness sink . . . Becky. ELIZABETH GRACE NOONAN Noonie . . . prunes . . . pretzel warfare with lover boy ... a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what ' s a heaven for? . . . me? flirt? never! . . . Flora Jus¬ tine . . . J.J. Flash . . . Remember Dawn . . . Broadway? “Long ’ — Someday . . . New Orleans. DEBBIE NORCROSS There were seventy-five people in the lobby and only a seven-year- old girl was finding out what it felt like to sit on a marble floor. . . . Hugh Prather CAROL OFRIA Fiz-z-z . . . Summer of Sunshine and Sadness . . . AP for S . . . Linbo and Lanzo . . . chick in the red . . . Let’s go walking in the rain . . . low tide . . . ye-e-ehah . . . spies . . . Big Shrimp . . . brown nather soap . . . C.C. and family, 1 love you . . . JIKY. STEPHEN OLANS Trombone . . . M.Y.W.E, . . . Whatta vou guys wanna do . . . Bland Bock . . . Exchange Bus Ride . . . B.S.O. Bound . . . What a joke . . . M78. JOHN PATRICK O LEARY Jack, Irish . . . Ellen . . . 11 9 74 . . Redmen Indian . . . Happy Birthday . . . SAT Gang . . . Thanks Em . . . wiffle ball . . . Buster Boat . . . We re boss — we like it . . . CK raps . . . Our song . . . B.bits — RB, MH . . . ticklish? . . . wicked good ... ski bum . . . Xmas “75” with dimples. SHARON EILEEN O ' LEARY O’Lear . . . Lear woman . . . sha . . . lips ... a special friend . . . pinto . . . always laughing . . . 100 miles . . . G.S. . . . see ya . . how we gettin there? . . . P.P.C. . . . Vermont . . . Gymn Class . . . Cape Cod ... A friend is forever. DEBORAH OLIVIERI “A friend is a rare book of which but one copy is made.” . . Debi . . . Hey sis . . . The group. . . . Hyde Park . . . Muni . . . Mach 1 . . Say What? . . . Freddie . . . George McRae . . . Rock Your Baby . . . Blue Hills . . . The Square . . . Then came you . . . Hey Mikie . . . She likes ya. RICHARD ORDWAY Pam . . . June 15, 1973 . . . Whit¬ comb’s Corner . . . 1. . . May 25, 1975 . . . The Path . . . Roche Bros . . . Rollin in the Dough . . . Nit . . . The Klass Korner . . . Top ... 10 speed ... it didn’t stink ... 1 don’t care. DENISE C. O ' REILLY You Ain’t Seen Nothin Yet . . .A family of friends . . . LMH . . . Skip parties . . . Maine Horse- neck Beach . . . what ever hap¬ pened to my ’65 Mustang? Oct. 25, 1974, 7:35 A.M. Natural High . . . Bye Bye Natick High. 83 DORATHY ANNE OSTREICHER Dorce . . . Streaker . . . French . . . Gret’s words and bruise . . . Joni Mitchell Frank . . . bovs room with Doran . . . Mary’s T. F er. zippos . . . Kevin live on . . . want to be strong, 1 want to laugh along, I want to belong to the liv¬ ing! DIANE BETH PACKER Someone to love, someone to share with, someone to talk to. Someone to need as you need them. Some¬ one who loves you, as you love them. Someone to be your friend and you to be theirs. Friends are treasures not easily found. STEVEN PANDOLFINO Couldn ' t I just tell vou the way I feel. I can ' t keep it " bottled up in¬ side. And couldn ' t we pretend that it s no big deal. An there’s really nothing 1 eft to hide. JOAN PAPA Joanie . . . tiny dancer . . . hey that’s my cousin . . . 1 3 75 a per¬ fect hostess ... a down to earth girl ... oh that’s my favorite . . . muffled laughter heard upstairs . . . happy days . . . summers in Onset . . . Murray . . . 7 4 70 . . . a friend foreva KAREN L. PARMENTER high? . . . C period . . . Rainbow, P.W.A. . . . future R.N. . . . N.A. at BTNH . . . Yaeo, Perk ' s parties . . . junior’s kiclcing . . . dream until Vour dreams come true . . . muncho freak . . . bake what? . . . I ' m gonna be high as a kite by then . . . drive-in . . . dangerous mittens . . . bye - . . BRIAN OWENS Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears so I can hear the big stinging cheers about the Redmen living here of the home of champions. RUTH PALMER Ruthie . . LMH . . . summer parties . . . 1 3 75 . . . good time gang . . . I’m so upset . . . Don’t vou feel the day coming that will stay and remain, when the clouds are all gone there will be no more rain and the beauty of all things is un¬ covered again. CHRISTINE PANKOWIECKI Chris . . . you’s guys . . . skip party at my house. . . . Germany . . . 75 . . . what a group! . . . You ain’t seen nothing yet! . . . camping in Maine . . . Take it easy . . . Crisp i . . . Marilyn . . . Drive-In . , . Parties . . . Waltham . . . Good Times . . . The Band CLAUDIA PARENTE Capt. Claud . . . tilt . . . hey Pres . . . 64 Ford . . . hmmm, not bad . . . walking small . . . pasta kid . . . another Sat. night . . . C.B. Freak . . . New Year s in Sherborn . . . take your car much? . . . 8 13 75 . . . BC Bound NANCY PARMENTER Hi? . . . Jus me . . . Mom . . . Those B. Breaks . . . BTNH-GLR . . . mr . . . DS . . . Chadoo-in . . . Tiddley winks . . . DPS NAP . . . 7 - 16-74 . . . Alvin . . . better . . . not . . . DOUG! . . . Pru¬ dence Hortense . . . over there! . . Stop Shop . . . F.T. 2 . . . Harvard . . . ROAR . . . Twin . . . to be a rock and not to roll . . . Sorry ... BF- — • v - ,: ! HHR A ■ST; fc. BCE ' 3 K tii2 ■i ' i A j2fJ :1M - ■ m : .istr; 4 ■S£2 _ kf ST- s«. f .rrST Mm GREGORY R. PARSONS . . . CIRUS . . . CUSTOM CUTLASS . . . J.L. T.W. M.O.B. SUZUKI . . . DOWN THERE . . . UP THERE ...TUNE 1 . . . CHUCK S WINTER CASINO . . . CIRCUS. . . SPsHImi m . $ s ' r " 7 -. b %. HEIDI C. PATTON 12 21 74 . . . Heudu . . . Natick Drama Workshop . . . Franken¬ stein . . . D.A.S. . . . SST . . . Ruffles have Rugae . . . you’re cute . . . Magic 74 . . . Little Mary Sunshine; Cora . . . hello boys . . . Competitive Speech? . . . it stinks . . . tacky . . . Over the Rainbow . . . «• „ W MICHAEL D. PENNINGTON 55nomad . . . What can I say . . . The Bogarts . . . sister . . . I’m outta here . . . chevy number one . . . 427 . . . Barcarai . . . -iz-: fti . ifPjt - .£ :01 m jKfi yj ft ' m EK mi Kntii WENDY PERKINS Jim . . . 10 14 74 . . . future R.N. . . . K.B.N.H. . . . tacos . . . drive-in . . . dimples and doritoes . . Sudbury . . . c,e,f period . . . I’m scared to go in . . . Whats a good excuse? . . . Perk . . . Week¬ ends . . . friends . . . jeans . . . let’s check the mall . . . how about my house ... 3 years?? MARGO A. PERRY Flash ... ’68 Orange Camaro . . . Heathcliff . . . B.C. . . . NOT the T . . . Freakies . . . G.B. . . . Mv hero . . . mac’s . . . Jack’s . . . B the B . . . WSA . . . Socks with Toes . . . Purple . . . T.I.V.T.L.H. . . . Now we’ve done it! . . . Whoops! . . . Caught Again . . . StS . . . I CAN REMEMBER . . . ■ -V;J- V! : RANDY PHILLIPS One reaps what one sows — and the sowing of kindness is life’s best investment. CHERIE PIETRANTONI “Year 74 ” . . . cruising . . . Fram . . . Andrea Rd . . . “Tucker ' . . . K.D.P. . . . Oreo . . . Red Head . . . Psst (Eng.) . . . Zodiac . . . You ' re still a child at heart . . . Mom’s car . . . Good Bve N.H.S. ROBERT PICCIOLI Someone with a new idea is called eccentric until the idea succeeds. BARBARA V. PISCOPO Penguin . . . The Neighborhood . . . cruisin ' with Lee Ta . . . fruitcake . . . Lacrosse . . . going to Mac’s . . . See ya later Raider . . . Marshfield . . . purple . . . grapes . . . New Year’s Eve . . . Rea Shirt . . . Memories are Bold- en . . . wicked good . . . BMJJA DAVID R. PLOSS If your gonna make a field day out of it . . . Whats a royal helicopter? The end is the beginning . . . Ex¬ cuse me. Is this wall occupied? K2 ELAINE POLITO fe has a tapestry of rich and royal hue An everlasting vision of the ever changing view A won- derous woven magic in bits of blue and gold A tapestry to feel and see. impossible to hoi a ' . . . You ' ve Rabbit . . . Sei Yaka Who? one Cape . . . Satu I ELAINE POLNER . . . 4 6 73 . . . . . . Rickey . . . WARREN W. PRIM Football Baseball . . . Milton Reading . . . good parties with good music . . . memories of Framingham . . . Donowho ' s cot¬ tage . . . Vermont . . . Maro s . . . college bound. PHILIP J. PROVOST “1 plead to uphold the 5th Amend¬ ment of the U.S. Constitution.” DAVID PRZEWLOCKI Laughter adds to life as much as light adds to a lamp. MARIANNE QUIN QUIN . . . tunafish . . . Mac¬ Donalds . . . chasing rabbits . . . 8 in a stall . . . Mr. Postman . . . “How s it going STUMP?” . . . going over Diane s . . . laughter in tne rain . . . riding around in a GREM! . . . Honey Farms . . . The Barn meet me at 11:15 . . . “Tuesday Afternoon,” Diane? . . . baby Millers . . . late slips . . . often seen in nana s car . . . com¬ munity brush ... be home at 5 . . . FINALLY made it! VICTORIA POWELL Vicki . . . “Molasses” . . . Summers iiv Maine . . . TOM . . . 9 21 74 . . . Yes it s natural ... I don’t know . . . It’s just a bunch of garbage . . . Those moonlight swims . . . You must be NUTS! . . . Earn Baby Earn . . . FRANK J. PRIMEVARA Linda ... 65 Chevy II Nova . . . Chico, Rican ... I don’t smoke . . . 1974-75 Hockey Captain 10 . . . Audobon . . . the night the lights went out . . . the Rock . . . teacher’s pet . . . you too! CLEAN UP . . . V8 IN THE VEGA. CYNTHIA PRUNTY twinkle toes . . . sugar plums on a diet, again? . . . white Corvette . . . kiddo . . . Marty at S B . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . coach . . eetes . . . crunchy . . . A P klunkies . . . regal spigel . . . rounds on N.Y.E. . . . 22? . . . Posh place in my heart for P.K. . . . just a friend. ERICA QUILTY One who knows all about you and loves you just the same is a true friend. FRED RAHMAN Hello again Miss Duncan . . Friday 2:30 . . . Monday so soon? . . . all psyched for practice . . . Goodbye Nf.H.S. . . . Senior week all over?? . . . Graduation day . . . summer vacation!!! RAPHAEL EDWARD RANDOLPH Brandeis University . . . cold ears . . . tired feet . . . M.E.V.P. . . . L.M.H. . . . “65” Mustangs and oak trees . . . B.V. Summer School . . . Sears (mistle toe and manure) Dump . . . late for U Penn bound? the Prince NINA REVIS NTR ... I love love . . . magic . . . friendly . . . weirdos . . . twins . . . LMH . . . Gerrylove . . . YNROH ... I wish I knew what makes me, me; what makes you, you . . . It’s just another point of view, or state of mind we re going thru so what I see is never true . . . Cat LARRY RICHARD Pepe . . . Friday nights at work . . . Michelob Yellow Toyota — her fault 1 . . outdoor store Uncle Huck . . . Dy-no-mite . . . You are Canadienne? . . . E.S. . . . F.V. . . . L.H. . . . B.A. . . . S.S. and Rick. Minto, New Brunswick, CANADA ANDREW RATNER Early Grad . . . North Eastern . . . criminal Justice ... 54 Willy’s . . . Florida bound . . . gambling, Senior Lounge . . . The Fox, Red Barn. Timothys . . . “Medfield.” DAVID REYNOLDS Work Roche Bros . . . Favorite Sports . . . Golf, hockey . . . cart 67 Chevelle . . . College Major . . . Business Administrat ion. TERRENCE RICHARDS Football . . . 79 . . . Brockton . . . Superstars . . . Superbowl 74 . . . Muffler down Cape . . . Oreo Cookie . . . Picky Pond . . . 4A- 123 . . . Calif via San Fran . . . Zoe Abrams . . . ILY That damn dust . . . Polishing my cleats Brains and brawn ... ID . . . NHS 1 JEAN M. RICHARDSON dimples . . . the Cape . . . Who’s f ;oing out to lunch? . . . Cheryl ean, friends forever . . . Ann s sister . . . where ' s the party? . . . ‘Stairway to Heaven’ . . . Beach Boy s Concert . . . meet ya behind the A wing . . . teacher’s aide, 3rd grade. KAREN A. RILEY Ry . . . Maine ’73 . . . Where do you get off? 1 of 4 musketeers . . . Almost caught at Needham . . . I’ll get over it . . . pre rally warm¬ up 3 . . . another diet . . . Ver¬ mont ’75 friend’s forever ... oh really . . . EHJ Daniel . . . waiting VIRGINIA A. RITTER Ginnie . . . those old chevvs . . . 1 don t get it . . . subways Sue? . . . SLG nites . . . friz out west . , . flirt, me? . . . VW ... up north 1 ... I like ' em big . . . December . . . memories Cherish yesterday . . . Dream tomorrow . . . Live today! KENNETH J. ROGERS Ski ... L.M.H. B.B. . . . Ford More Ski . . . Yes . . . Colorado bound Ski again . . . Bike EDWARD ROSENKRANZ A little inspiritation and a lot of perspiration combine to produce success. DARLENE RIDEOUT If we only have love, To embrace without fears; We will kiss with our eyes, we will sleep without tears . . . 9 17. BRADLEY S. RINGQUIST Skiing . . . gymnastics tri-capt . . . rings rink . . . Stu . . . Joe . . . Ahnh boy . . . What a boring party . . . Pier 4 74 . . . Son of a Butcn . . . caf marsh . . . snow . . . D -D ‘74” . . . Ski club . . . rats . . . j gopher it TB . . . rips . . . Pippy . . . you dummy. MARK ROBERTS Here I am Moe . . . Steve H . . . John Cs 442 . . . Rob Ls 442 . . . Wop . . . Truckin’ in Phils Van . . L Zeppelin. Squeeze . . . Earthquake . . . N-30 . . . Aries . . Mistle Toe HCG me . . . Utah . . . NH . . . South Natick . . . Marjorie’s parties . . . Holly . . . Later CATHERINE ANN ROMANO •‘Artie” . . . The orange machine . . . Filene ' s . . . summer of 74 . . . smiling Star . . . boy am I tired . . . rapa Gino s . . . Mai Tai . . . Don’t get mad!! . . . I ' m finally saying good-bye. JEFFREY A. ROSS 9 27 73 . . . the good old circle . . . my 69 Toyota Corolla donut machine . . . Caldors . . . Mike’s parties . . . keep on smiling . . . let’s go skiing . .. good luck . . . Sunday skating MARY ROSS Cathy . . . U.S. History . . . S.H. . . . baseball games . . . opening day Bruins • • • 37 23 horses . Pool parties. M . Friday Schlitz WILUAM T. ROSS English 73-74, 74-75 . nights . . . Meadow . . . . . Strawberry Hill . . . “I don’t know " . . . Liberty s . . . Summer of 74 . . . “Clean it up” . . . Babe . . . “But nobody cares” weekend fun.. . . Mosley ' s Blue . . . Scarf . .. Seven January 3 . . . Green • • • LISA C. ROUBIAN 1-24-75 . . . I’m out of here . . . Yeha . . . Ohio . . . Dover, New Hampshire . . . my hub caps Blue Hawaii, The Spartan Gimmie a break . . . The Pitts Nervous . . . 7-30-74 . . . trailor . . . King’s Row . . . Cor- vair . . . Suuure . . . Niiice . . . Good one . . . F Period study . . . See ya. • • • • • • • • • The • • • STEVEN RUBIN “Rube” . . . Camaro . . . Susan Brookline . . . The Tracks . Thom McAnns . . Summer of 74 . . . Rt. 9 accidents . . . car troubles . . . gamble much! Lets play poker! . . . Cask’n Flaggon The Fox . . . College Bound. Foxboro . The Beach ANN ST. MARTIN Jean’s Sister A.L.A. . . Colour My World _ . . Jeesh! . . . Yago . Hey Punk . . . Green Datsun . . . Are vou driving? . . . License . . . Earthquake . . . Those foot¬ ball games . . . California Here We i -- -• - -■ -• X ' ttSg-A ZMz Mcrtxr. r. • .. :.-■■■■ • ••.iSRS SW ' rSi ' JS; : -ISiSKw’-A ' S SQ-. ' : kiixfo .. -[ V ; ' ;?: " V W W VAV v,, kz £:h xrzzzttgzz • mu ■ 1 n ii ; . ' r W S3: ROBERT K. ROSS Barbara; 3 30 74; “Z-l”; top eli¬ minator; most changed; Trans-Am; Vermont; Mustang parties; get high-go parachuting; Miller Malts; The High Life; Scott, will you buy?; Oak St. at the Mass. Pike bridge. MARGARET L. ROTHWELL Peggy . . . BMD, Marshfield 74 . . . THE week. R C ... A November Jar . . . The Night Chicago Died? . . . NP . . . ABCKPS . . . Who’s driving? . . . OTL . . . Super B . . . TA . . . No I’m not related to Barbara! . . . TJB . . . Wanna skip? . . . Palm . . . ’62 Bomber . . .Mac’s. Later. JAMIE ROY Jay ... Pre-Railv warmup 3 . . . almost caught in Needham . . . Sloe Gin Fizzes . . . Often seen in Blue Malibu . .. pavl . . . Bermuda 75 . . . corduroy kid . . . A.L.A. . . . nep club . . . 7:45 at Judy’s ... BE WHAT YOU WANT TO BE, FREE AS YOU WANT TO BE. KEVIN RYAN Hey Sue Munchies ... Hi Boob! . . . Ah yes, my roast beef sub . . . I’ve got the best coconut . . . thanx nance. A.G.O.T. Let’s watch the people go by that J.M., she’s eot tne nicest Whist? Me, I love you sue, take care. DOROTHY SANSEVERO Why do I measure my days by what I have accomplished? When I get to where I can eniov lying on the rug picking up lint " balls I won t be too ambitious. I am hold¬ ing this cat in my arms so it can ■ . Skittle . . . Joe . . . 8 17 7: Baked-Beans . . . Pre Warmup 3 . . . Rte. 16 White Mts . . . Sunshine Short stories made long . many things to remember, more to be forgotten . . . Times! . . . B.B. forever. . So even Good ELLEN GAIL SAXE N.O.S. . . . How can I ever lose you from my mind? Well, ah, huh, 1 guess you had to b “Beleeve Me” . . . Slichah . . . U.S.Y. . diah . . . Big Spender You . . . Your fingi impressed on my mind Israel Shiryku- . I Need ints are CAROL ANN SCHAUB The greatest use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it. ili i ii ji i j i-: -5;.- I ' :: !( ■ ■ t.: - ■■ ■.! ••• ■ ■ I.: ' .:.::.; m 1 w m SANDRA G. SAYLOR Bone . . . PK . . . you guys . . . Hey Jude . . . almost caught at Neednam . . . Some will come and some will go and we shall surely pass, when the one that left us nere returns for us at last. We are but a moment’s sunlight, fading in .ts ALFRED L. SCHIFF Genius is seldom reco gnized for what it is — a great capacity for JAMES SCHIFF Goober . . . Mac s . . . Go to the Barber next time . . . play cards much . . . Eagle Scout . . . Jumping off bridges. STEPHEN SCHRAG With one G ... Sandy . . . Muggsville . . . Maine . . . F.A.M. . . . Truro . . . Dodge Power Wagon . . . Schrigity-Dig . . . Pabst . . . The Guys . . . Lynch Mob . . . Goofy Newfies . . . Million Bucks . . . Windy-Lo . . . Thin Ice . . . Allman Bros ... A, vah 54 t . . . Crusin . . . What? No MARK E. SCHULTZ The Cosmic Muffin . . . Schultzie this light s broken . . . bargain? . . . Strike three, Walter! . . . Death seat anyone . . . Ask him, he knows . . . Boot it ... a cozy . . . 24 hour service, we deliver . . . Sac, where’s my bottle . . . MARY K. SELLEW Measles . . . Who s nervous? . . . F.S.P.C. . . . Snipe . . . Hallow¬ een Revenge . . . Listen to this one, cuz . . . contact fits . . . truce . . . B.B. forever . . . Etene • . . I ' m only fooling . . . those faraway places . . . hopalong . . . Steve . . . hun . . . 2 1R 73 . . . Carol, Patches, Q.P. . . . travel . . . V.W. . . . California . . . Conn . . . Texas . . . camping . music . . . swimming . . . early graduate . . . future plans — marry a millionaire . . . Goodbye N.H.S. for ever . . . Cardinal Puff PAMELA S. SHAGOURY am . . . Buddy ROBERT SELTZER SHARON L. SEWALL npa . . . THE TRUCE . . . nbles . . . P.R. Warm-up . . . e . . . L.M. . . . munch-out , Michael . . . Bay-be . . . in- lito . . . Devine weather . . . 5 of Mario . . . The Hide-Out Starbursts good driver . What are SSM . . . Pn 24 times late doing here Sunda . pidic e mean ies ... Beaver le girl . . . Har- 5th . . . skating p . . . corvettes Everything ' s just ou [asketba .ape . . ry 1 . . Party down the nada . . . Febru- mony MICHAEL SHARON Ermc % . . . electric outlet home permanant . . . Holbrook’s Heroes . . . Student Council’s Leftwing Radical Hippie . . . Pinko Commie Freak . . . Dover’s for Fun and Profit . . . W ... McDade Dis¬ ciple in the Ancient Art of B.S. . . . the Grand Wazee . . . zippola DONALD J. SHARON, JR Halloween . . . eggs ... 12 gau . . . court . . . bucks . . . wati pump . . . sock hop . . . tricycl . . . Dukes . . . Dedham, Bra: tree . . . N.H.S. Baseball? . Football . . . 50 . . . Capt of Zer . . 11 28 74 . . . Led Z Riot . Cape Cod . . . Corey . . . 11 7 Hey Bud! . . . late again . . . my mother won’t let me ... Duxbury . . . Food . . . driveway 3 a.r Morning After . . . In My Life . B.W. . . . . Brentwood Mark, 4-21-73 Maybe this time, I’ll be lucky DAVID SILENZI What are we goine to dc Impala . . . Cape God . . . . Nantucket . . . Baker Shoppes . . . Piels . . . . . . A.B. . . . nothing . . . PHILLIP D. SHUMAN SHU Champs Retired Millionaire . . . Take up your tray ... Hi gorgeous . . . Most Dedicated . . . Girls? What girls? . . . No, I’m not going out with her . . . Bet lots of guys would like to have that repu¬ tation . . . GOOD LUCK! ANN E. SIMEONE . . . Peanutbutter crackers .m. • . Watch the pigeons! -day Ann . . . Little politician! Northmen . . . , . HH . . . You name and you LAWRENCE A. SIMM Often seen in the print shop . Jordans . . . R.I.T. . . . yo MARYLEE SIMPSON 10 26 73 . . . Her first real birthday party ... A member of the Moody Moore St Gang ... No plans for the future . . . Most likely to succeed . . . Oh, those Italians . . . MIMI . . . Visions of being the fifth Pointer Sister . . . Maybe I’ll join the Navy! going to make it typing again: . , ... SC AJ TAG . . . Sears iust call out n know wherever cause you’ve got a friend Power lines CYNTHIA E. SLAMIN Recently it seems I’ve been letting the memories get to me . . . damn . . . But I don’t HAVE an air con¬ ditioner . . . commercial lady . . . crushes . . . YES ... I know my limit . . . HAPPY? . . . And I think it’s gonna be a long, long time . . . ELTON JOHN . . . DONNA M. SLATTERY “Slatts” Joe “74” . . . Blush Much!? . . . Lerners . . . “Angie” “73” ... Oh no we stalled! . . . Worry a lot “I was too in gym!” . . . Duxbury . . . Toots . . . Something s burning . . . Mickey Mouse D period . . . Tin Cans . . . frizzies . . . My pal T.M. . . . MARILYN SMITH Mel . . . MBCC-Child Care Summer Parties ... T Sunrise . . . Closets, get broom . . . BV Vi gall . . . . . . KCB . . . Punk ... I gas, Wanna come? . . . E . . . nice . . . Mach I Pididdle . . . I’m not mad Some people you never forget DONNA SMITH Don’t call me penquin! . . . Let ' have another party . . K.B. . . 3-11 . . . Mass Bay? . . . The ceramics gang, C. period stud . . . Quincy . . . I.C. Aero Smit . . . 60 . . . Football games . . Hello World! RICHARD SMITH Smitty . . . Mac’s Heats House . . . Good time at Brandeis . . . New Year’s Eve “75” . . . Streaker . . . Moons’ . . . F period Cards . . . B Party in my car . . . Basket¬ ball games . . . Coronet . . . HERBERT J. SMITH JR. And we would like to thank Herb Smith for being short! . . . Herb. STEVE SMITH 1973 M.V.P.C.C. ... 19: . . . 1974 Indoor Capt. :ant to be when you TALL!! . . . Once a ; a roadie ... La No! . . . Elevator Well! . . . Favanne- i m m lisp.. ■HF JifF k » x v . :-y ; r I ' : ::: :: ISII . ' S ■ .£ _ IfeSV 1 gW| T |}| i ifci BOB SPRUSANSKY Spru: American Jeeps, 51, 54, 67. Magni-power 327 snort. VIJ; Nan- tasket: South Natick. Come to Dis¬ neyland, Come to Al’s. MARIE STACEY Peggy . . . Dave . . . Keep on Trucking . . . Oh, Well, what can ya do . . . What’s for lunch??? Hi, C period . . . Sky Blue . . . “away from a world so splattered + tom, foreva.” . . . Good Luck, hope Happiness comes your way! MICHAEL A. SOLDICICH The circle, 66 Chevys. Crusin, Skipping school in a 65 Mustang. rfl| mm 3;: ZWBsm -■—-35 T T wIbSI JEFF STEACIE STACE, Stop + Shop, Spot, 68 Dart, Rolleo into a pole, 302 Mustang, Worcester, Ripped Off, Ashland. Hit a fence. -JSBS5«£ BARBARA ANNE SOUSA Footnotes . . . Say something soft and sweet . . . I’ll try! . . . Shun a ton wah? . . . Sunshine . . . Nat. Honor Soc. . . . Wellesley ... It is difficult to say what is impos¬ sible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tommorrow. , - .« NANCY A. STEPHENSON Nan ... hi girls . . . L.M.H. . . . Talking Hands . . . Bermuda 75 . . . you’ll get there yet ... oh that gripes me . . . Did ou make that? . . . Smiley . . . Good Luck always. CARRIE SPRINGER Miss Congeniality . . . Bison- burger . . . Showboat ... Port Jervis . . . 4 of 50 . . . Spring . . . Mary’s F period clunkies . . . Snows . . . Singing Beach squeaks . . . Peters room . . . Men in blue . . . Unsung h6ro of N.D.W. . . . Tennis . . . 1,2,3,4,5,6, . . . Oh Really? • mem 1 DANA STENQUIST “Quist” . . . 12 . . . Hockey . . . Cape “74“ . . . S.G. and Me . . . 15 . . . 8 28 74 . . . Mach I . . . Barefoot . . . Chicken . . . Parties . . . Never Has . . . Good luck Mr. Ghilani, from one of your last boys. WALTER STEVENS ;ator . . . SHELLEY ... The id . . . Soccer . . . 21 . . . . . . C Period Breakfast . . . I Road . . . Car Fixed? ELP Surfin at the Cape . . mer of 74 ... Munchin at LORELEI STEVENS “To live life with meaning may end in madness, but to live life without meaning is like a ship anchored to the shore, longing for the sea, but still of aid” . . . not to be under the wing . . . DEBBRAH STEVENS South Natick . . . Stigs . . • The falls . . . Charlie . • • 10 31 71 . . . New Hampshire . . . likes waterskiing . . • Bonneville . . ■ Chevy ' s ... A Horse with no name . . • Kitty . . ■ Chow . . . Vermont . . . snowmobiling . . . " Harvey . . . Westboro Speedway. KIM SULLIVAN John . . . 12-15-73 . 1-21-76 . . . Summer ’74 . . . Colour My World . . . Clearasil . . . BV . . MCBA . . . Silver Mach I Get vour broom . . . Quick, he s home . Closet . . . SOME PEOPLE YOU NEVER FORGET Thanks Pinky . . . BRENDA STONE Bren . . . one of three . . . LMt . . . Something’s in my eye . . July 20, 1974 B.C. . . . dachshund . . . Germany . . . gummy bear . . . Hampton Beach . . . Chines food . . . “Strive to be happy . . . Desiderata. DEBORAH A. STIRK Brian . . . 8 18 73 . . . forever . . . Purple . . . Prune the hospi¬ tal .. . Sunshine . . . Always late . . . NLABS . . . physical? . . . stiff . . . tambourine don’t touch me . . . stage band, for fun . goalie in 73 . . . Hopes to Florida . . . Sax . . . 4-wheelin . . . over the cliff . . . Nothin ever goes right for Leo . . . lawyer? SCOTT STEWART Diplomacy is the art of disagreeing without being disagreeable. NANCY SULLIVAN AM-10 WGTR from 9 17 73 to 12 13 74 . . . Mike 1 3 75 . . . Westboro . . . Cornish, me . . . Like I said before “Surperbe ' ’ . . . Timothy ' s spirits on Wednesday nights . . . Keep alive in ' 75 . . . 3 7 74 ... 18, free at last . . . Velvet Patches ... 68 Malibu Chevy . . . missed H.R. Again! TERRY SULLIVAN Freedom without purpose leads headlong into chaos. GRETCHEN TARTAKOFF Time goes on — so must I . . . Looking to the past, I smile — the present, I live — the future I strive for ... As one they become a life¬ time — growing, loving . . . Being me. BERND THOMSEN When you crack a smile your per¬ sonality improves. MARY-BETH TOLLAND Brandi . . . Boilermakers . . . Con. Choir . . . Talk to Jack . . . Kiddnapped . . . Ichy Kabooke . . . Speech team . . . good nights sleep ... No Do Wo + 8 ft. flats . . . stuck in the bathroom of a plane . . . Staties + Penuche . . . Trekker . . . Exodus . . . L.L.A.P. JOANNE M. TORTI Jo .. . you’re so queer . . . who worries? . . . Warren . . . Milton game . . . bums me out! . . . ‘‘W ' rite on your hearts that every day is the best day of the year.” LEWIS TROTTIER If you want to improve your mem¬ ory, loan money to others. GARY TURK Oh really? . . . Buttons ... Go . . . Stop Shop . . . Bird . . . Rink Rat . . . sure you will . . . You’ll do it. RICHARD VAUGHAN JR. Dork; wrestling camp; P. Town; What ' s a Dork?; Rocket ship to Mars; Da Dudley (Chateau), cold Mich ' s; 360 ' 0, Gio ' s and getting psyched, Mr. Misty D.Q., Ashby 60 carts! zero squad, strikeout king, make weight?, regrovals, brunchi, Beach after prom, weight room jock. REBECCA GABRIELA VEGA Becky . . . Becky’s burble . . . AFS people snowball fight New Year’s Eve ... I am getting fat . . . Warm SL . . . What did you say? . . . Shut-up . . . guys . . . gonna get a job . . . strawberry sundaes ... oh God . . . Mar¬ garita esta linda la Mar, y el Viento LINDA SUSAN VENE Bananas . . . coconuts . . . acorns . . . it was really weird . . . The nose knows . . . ohhh . . . the rays . . . Stanley Stall . . . LMH . . . Franks . . . ’’B” . . . looney . . . cakes . . . green or blue? . . . a real Gemini . . . SLG nites . . . immune ... its been imaginary ... I wost him MARIE VITAGLIANO Ri . . . 2 . . . bur . . . stargazin with jon . . . down at gt . . . Dack up jude . . . LMH-TL mv-tpc . . . I’ll call bird . . . cool ya jets . . . see ya later raiders . . . Bibes — what is a ping-ping-yingying . . . Take me to the Pilot . . . munchy cave . . . waitin for JP his 747. 97 THOMAS VITALE Humpv Hill road . . . Busch . . . Basketball . . . Zepplin tickets . . . watching from the bench . . . “ALICE ”... California Cruise . . . weekend at U-Mass . . . Briosky Bend over . . . doubles . . . the Green bucket KEN J. WEBER “WEEB” . . . 70’ Nova . . . Who ' s having a party . . . Cape Cod . . . year round . . . Echo Bridge . . . Hot Shoppes . . . Wasted at J.W.’s . . . Shiltz Draught . . . E.M.B. . . . National Shirt . . . Shop . . . Let’s get Together sometime . . . Later JANET WENTWORTH O.B. . . . " Please, I ' ll pay for the gas” . . . W. Gentral St . . . Parkee . . . Spins through town . . . A cheer for you. a cheer for me . . . Monkey . . . No. I ' m a se¬ nior . . . Ceramics . . . future sec¬ retary . . . Golf ball bombardment . . . Ashld. State PK. . . . J.P. 4 25 74 PAULA B. WAGMAN You have two choices in life; you can dissolve into the main stream, or you can be distinct. To be dis¬ tinct, you must be different. To be different, you must strive to be what no one else but you can be. LINDA A. WALLER 7 7 73 — Yankee Stadium . . . Bermuda . . . Florida . . . Credit Union . . . Wedding Sturbridge . . . Rhode Island . . . " Be wrathful and yet do not sin; let the sun not set with you in a provoked state.” ELLEN WEBER Horseback riding . . . Windy . Bruin’s Games . . . Walking from Woodland . . . HOJO’s Teacher Aides und meine deutsch classe. STEVEN WEITZLER Bom and raised at the Mark St. Circle ... 71 Lemans T-37 . . . Gibson SG . . . Climbing in White MTS . . . " The future becomes the present, the present the past and the past turns time into everlasting regret if you don’t plan for it” . . . Let it be . . . Peace on you . . . bye now . . . Steve ’75’ DAVE WELLS The most likely place to find a helping hand is at the end of your own arm. RICHARD WELSH Harsh words generate more hea: than light. SANDRA WHELAN Sandy . . . KARL forever . . . out to lunch . . . Needham . . . Oct¬ ober ’75 . . . I’m outa here . . . Nova . . . What should I do? . . . Should I? . . . good one . . . hey toots . . . E per GREGORY WHITAKER Hey Whit! . . . the man with the golden horn . . . this kid loves to wail . . . Tanglewood . . . nothin’s better than a Bach . . . Football Games . . . Bus rides . . . Exchange Concerts . . . Chicago . . . Where’re the keys? . . warned about college? . . . New Years . . . You always learn by mistakes. MICHELE EILEEN WHITNEY Mickee . . . T-Bird . . OTL . Daddy ' s Girl . . . Bake! quasi . . . Steak Bake . . . Southern Ginger . . . Critters . . . Rowdv . . . late for G . . . Renato ' s . with Lauren . . . rude - . New- Year ' s . . . PRWU . . . Plates Mv Kids . . . Arino . . . Talklots . : . SCOTT 12 13 74 . 75 ' 98 CYNTHIA L. WILDE KAREN SUE WILCON remember when . . . apee . . . x-mas weekend " 74” Chinese food . . . we ' re sw- ng po-op . . . sortakinda another Sat. nite ... ski gang ver . fireside exec meeting Cindy . . . Dennisport . . . Pron ' ‘74 " . . . Sid ... I never can sa goodbye . . . Have you seen Judy . . . F period . . . huh . . . Dri! twood . . . always starving . . Big Macs . . . Bermuda . . . a lo of memories to cherish . . . you can do without people, you cannot do without friends Montreal " 75” LORN A M. WILDER I ' m so excited . . . When are you coming over . . . Millbury (Ra-Ra- Ra) . . . Quinnsigamond Bound . . . W.O.R.C. Hawaii . . . John Denver ' s Greatest Hits . . . Hampton " 74 " . . . Talk slowly . . . you’re so funny JEFF WILDE Wildman . . . New Year’s Eve Super Bowl ride let ' s play cards . . . How much you win? . Patrice . . . Judy . . . “later " . . Smitty’s car . . . Where ' s the party? . . . shot down again . . . Hockey . . . Baseball . . ._ SHIRLEY WILLIAMS What ' s up? ... we still don ' t know . . . Falmouth Heights . . . M. Mouse . . . Silver bracelets . partyizing with the circus . goop talkin . . . bumpin’ . . . gotta whiz . . . I’m not gonna get over that . . . bean talkin . . . Sundown” . . on my way . . . KATHLEEN M. WILSON Willy . . . Mr. Steak 5 8-11 . . . We all gotta boogie . . . Model Bound . . . Maine Bound . . . John Shaw ... I felt like it . . . Where’s Lori? . . . Jim bo ' s summer of “74 ' ' . . . BEACHBOY ' S . . . CRITTER . . . LATER. . . 99 STEPHEN WILSON Steve . . . But Mr. Culhane . . . LMH . . . Behold the turtle who makes progress only when he sticks his neck out. SUSAN L. WILSON “Wils " , “Thanks for the coffee Mrs. Larkin”, Thanks Tor every¬ thing Mr. Roy, Happy Birthday Amos Andy, “Watch out for the Earth quake”, “Can I talk to your mother:, “64 " Corvair, Warning I brake for all animals. DEBORAH WISE Debbie . . . trips to Boston . . . Super Summer 1 ‘74” . . . concerts . . . the ocean . . . 46 . . . there are places I remember, all my life, though some have changed; some forever, some for better, some have gone now and some remain . . . MARCIA ELLEN WOLF Pier 4 “74 " . . . We’re just friends!!! N.I.B. for mom ... A very special person . . . midnight phone calls . . . dimples . . . C.M.W. turkey . . . P ALKMNDPTB!! !thingy . . . nudge . . . sorta-kinda. See ya later . . . “The deepest feeling always shows itself in silence” CHRISTINA D. WOODS Mark Chris “6 14 75 " . . . time in a bottle . . . Jim Croce . . . Who’s Gorilla? . . . Stay together Sheree Don ... Do you believe we’re seniors I need a job . . . hey woodsy ... If I love you and you love me and we are one . . . Then I am happy. . . STEVEN WOODWARD Seek the best — it ' s available! MARK WRIGHT Cathy 4 26 74 . . . I’d rather be in Maine . . . Blondy . . . L.M.H. . . . I should have . . . Love wa¬ terskiing ... 4 years in 3 . . . Yamaha , . . Dented Dodge ... I got a pretty neat scar . . . Daseball team. ROY A. WRIGHT Saxophone player . . . bass clari¬ net player . . . GYBSO-W.O.-Rep. . . . bailin’ hay ... Parkers prairie, Minn. . . . BLAZER’S . . . Lt. Kije . . . ceramic tech¬ nician . . . solid soul, is chorus . . . the S.O. Octet. JAMES YANCEY Yance . . . mom . . . 10 5 74 . . . V.L. . . . always . . . Cape Cod . . . JoAnn . . . my mistake . . . M.M. . . . Halloween night ... 12 gauge . . . court . . . bucks Brain¬ tree . . . Dukes . . . Don; drink much . . . football . . . 31 . . . gymnastics . . . whist . . . too much S.C. . . . Walpole . . . Se¬ nior Week? im KENNETH YELSEY The Big M . . . head 03 . . . open sky . . . fluff . . . 318-18 . . . armor . . . the pit . . . there was but is a way to do . . . Yelss the Delss. MARKO YESKO Mark . . . 4 11 68 . . . Alien . . . pick me up at the post office . . . you dummy . . . electrifying couch . . . expensive eyes . . . H . . .if I can get the car ... I wanna go home . . . shikanis . . . blue sweater . . . J. Wallet . . . make it look good . . . MKDPBS. MARYLOU YOUNG Truly the light is sweet, and a leasant thing it is for the eyes to ehold the sun. SUSAN CAROL ZANIBONI Stephen ... 3 muskateers . . . vou I . . . 6 7 74 . . . my babies, lucky 13 . . . Julie, follow me . . camping Gundy’s ... If you smile at me I will understand, ' cause that is something eveiyone does in the same language . . . C BRUCE ZICKO “Zeke”, Chevelle SS, GTO, Kawa¬ saki 750, HI-BALL, Drag Race, The Rats Only Come Out At Night, Skip, Boston, Truro, Mugsvllle, Smoke-um, Wheelie Power, Cruising, I’m a highway star Munger, Beware the black and white PEPS •T " ' KEVIN ZONGHI Army . . . Trip to Acapulco . . . “Ze” . . . S.C. . . . Snipe . . . V.G. . . .32 Hour New Year’s Eve. . . . Picture was a trip . . . The Rock . . . Bacon . . . Edge Rock . . . Peace . . . Later . . . PAUL ZONGHI The Happy Swallow . . . “Sandy don’t ever tell me Diane wants to talk again! " . . . I’m beautiful, your cute . . . God’s gift . . . Zonghi’s nation . . . where’s slow- jack? . . . College bound — Med- field State . . . I’m outa here. MICHAEL J. ZWECHER Zero . . . kid bagels . . . fight of the century can’t win them all . . . lifer at big bug . . . often seen with Poindo. ROBERT ARTHUR By listening to more than mere words, I can learn much more than mere words can teach. SCOTT BOUDREAU I will make this day a happy one, for I alone can determine what kind of day it will be. BRUCE BRESSLER Brez . . . Little J . . . Card shark . . . Foxboro Racetrack . . . Goodbye yellow Firebird . . . Mustang Mach I . . . Hermans . . . Baseball . . . Ace . . . Hill at Dedham . . . tough centerfield sun . . . Basketball, keep trying . . . Hair . . . Cori, forgive forget . . . U. of Miami . . . BARBARA CANARY ■Librum virumque cano Trojae’ qui primus a curris Ludos pricipe non profugus cum magno gaudio. CATHERINE LOUISE CROHAN “Bonjour, C’est moi” Sassamon Lit Mag Tennis! Speech Theatre library aide Hail Caesar Maine Virginia 70? hmmm Locker combination? well . . . “Ribbit” For it’s, Gone With the Wind . . . II y a aujourd’hui. 101 Jack O’Leary, Alive for Natick Kathy Kennedy, Field Hockey star h.v kV!! -.-.... C»- ; ■-:■ ■ SSgw-- i p M . . : ; ; : - - - :■ • : c£ • ■ ■ . . : ' .. ’ ...... VARSITY AND J.V Front row (1 to r); L. Denaro [mgr.), M. Haddad, T. Richards, J. Dale, J. Gallagher, M. Devane, co-capt., J. Melchiorri, S. MacPhee, D. Wells, D, Donahue, G. Gildea, P. Lane, B. Belmore, K. Fitzpatrick (mgr.). Second row; Coach R. Ghilani, Coach G. Benson, J. Yancey, R. Vaughn, P. Schuman, R. Naranjo, M. Montgomery, D. Sharon, J. Colman, N. Estes, W. Prim, R. Condon, A. Black, J. Kadlik, Head Coach R. Whalen, Mr. Murphy. Third row; Coach D. Burnham, D. Henderson, D. Donovan, R. Fortini, R. Santello, T. Kass, S. Rilev, B. Fitzpatrick, F. Forest, S. Griffin, M. Barker, T. Woodyard, S. Morril, R. Gorman, M. Salvaterrio. Fourth row; S. Lee, J. Misia, P. Pease, W. Geissler, F. Grossman, S. Miller, J. DZiama, B. McBreen, B. Cavanagh, J. Kano, R. LaChance, P. Derahanty. Dan Donohue Bob Canary FOOTBALL The Natick Redmen Football Team of 1974 is one that will be long remembered. Natick opened its season by whipping the Boxers of Brockton 21-14. People labeled the game one played on emotion, but the Redmen proved differently. They won seven straight games outscoring their opponents 125-48. Finally Natick met its’ first and only defeat at the hands of the Milton “Whiz Kids.” From then on it was S.U.P.E.R. Natick then played Thanks¬ giving Day rival Framingham South, whom they trounced 29-13, ending their season at 8-1. The post season remained, and as we will all remember, Natick became the Superbowl Champ by beating Reading 26-14. NHS 21 Brockton 14 NHS 10 Fram. North 6 NHS 14 Dedham 0 NHS 15 Walpole 8 NHS 14 Braintree 0 NHS 6 Milton 8 NHS 21 Needham 6 NHS 29 Fram. South 13 NHS 9 Norwood 8 NHS 26 Reading 14 NHS 21 Wellesley 6 104 SSSSSSSBy- ' ' ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■■•■■■• ■■■!;■■■; " :::: gySSfr: c::w:x : : :• :• :• om • :■ :■ :■ hH WgtW • -■ .... ■ ■ •: £XS Si:!: 33328KS! •: ■ : H2KKXC3 K : ; ' X- i mm v:: ' ::-:; ;:■ -::£ ■. :••■ nK 1 M ;-x FLeary leading the Redrnen Rick Condon Shuman Warren Prim gg; - nl i rTT TTT 5 a OPHOMORE 5 nt row (1 to r); Yancey Second ro w; theriaque Mgr. T. J. Carroll. Asst. Coach D. Jones. J. Bush. R. Belcher. M. Montgomery, S. Clancy. M. Lentini, T. Carr, M. Farrell, J. . Cronin, B. McBreen, E. Weigel. C. Estes, P. Murphy, B. Bellisimo, S. Ward, M. Torti, S. Calder, Asst, ' loach B. r; M. Burke. K. Herosian, B. Bellmer, B. Trifero, J. Ryan, J. Kane, S. Edes, R. Weaving, M. Fortini. 105 SUPER NATICK Takes it all, 26-14 Playing in Superbowl ’74 ranks as the most exciting experience of any one in¬ volved with the 74 football team. This game will probably rank higher than the massa¬ cre of Brockton, the squeaker with Nor¬ wood, or the revenge over Walpole. Just being in this game was a thrill. The thrill of playing on astro turf, being inter¬ viewed by reporters, and playing for 20,000 fans rates second to none. After week long practice sessions at B.C.’s Alumni Field, we knew this would be the big game, the one to remember. This game would decide the best. On that drizzly Saturday afternoon, Dan Donahue scored 3 touchdowns, and Jeff Dziama scored on a 70 yd. pass play. Backup quarterback Gary Gildea had his finest hour at quarterback. The defense was outstanding. On this Saturday the Redmen of Natick High School won Superbowl ’74 by the score of 26-14 over Reading High. We won the distinction of being Class A, Division One Eastern Mass. Champ. This was the team that was 10 wins 1 loss, the Bay State League Champs, A team that was truly worthy of Superbowl ’74, A team that was just plain SUPER IN 74. Terrence Richards, 79 Two quarterbacks down — What now? Majorettes The majorettes supported our football team performing at all home games from the Brockton game to the Superbowl. They performed with the NHS band at halftime, pre-game, and at all the rallies. These girls took fourth place at a tough Bay State League competition at Needham in February. A special thanks to instructor Mrs. Carol Kiley, and sponsor Miss Zinc for their help. J. Geissler, R. Driscoll NHS majorette S. Falone Cheerleaders The years 1974-75 were ones of enthusiasm, excitement, and triumph. The squad practiced from the first Monday of summer until the victorious basketball season. The rallies this season were more numerous than any other, and Natick High witnessed its first basketball rally. The cheerleaders were able to witnessed its football team leave BC stadium with yet another title. The squad this year has contributed much of their time and even more of themselves to Natick High School and the town of Natick. Our hours of practice enabled us to leave Needham High School with a much deserved 2nd place. We are pleased and proud to have been part of Natick High BAND The Natick High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Ernest Clark, is an organi¬ zation comprised of young, talented musicians who have performed at various functions and events throughout the school year. One of the most important events is the annual Candle¬ light Concert, held during the Christmas season. Effort is made by Miss Thomas, Mr. Cl ark and the members of the band to present various types of music, both classical and popular. Seniors Steve Olans, Greg Whitaker and Juniors John Huling and Tony Smith have all been selected to participate in the annual Northeast Dis¬ trict Band and Orchestra. John Huling and Steve Olans have been chosen as participants in the All-State Music Confer¬ ence. John Huling has been selected for the All-Eastern Band which includes in¬ strumentalists from fifteen eastern states. The time and ef¬ fort of these students who have contributed so much to make the Natick High School Band a great organization is deeply appreciated. Maria Andros Chris Diamond and Mr. Clark Majorettes (1 to r); K. Hopkins, S. Falone, J. Geissler, D. Cintolo, K. Lopas. Band, front row ( 1 to r); C. Diamond, J. Burke, L. Hasgill, L. Burgess, B. Foster, F. King, L. Mosgofian, K. Javier, S. Furey, C. Crockett, J. Oakes, R. Diamond, J. Pierce, C. Kennally, R. Richard; Director, Mr. Clark. 2nd row (1 to r); M. Cormier, M. Lalonde, D. T .Vhite, A. Abbott, V. Karian, L. Morse, R. Mannos, H. Chapin, C. Cunningham, D. Hale, J. Golan, A. King, S. Ehrlich, E. Quilty, M. Hunter, C. Cormier. 3rd row (1 to r); B. Wilde, P. Holt, R. Wright, M. Buie, J. Gould, P. Young, M. Greel, G. Whitaker, W. Sullivan, B. Ryder, M. Hayes, B. Lingley, C. Mabey. 4th row (1 to r); M. Cristofori, C. Jones. C. Foster, J. Huling, S. Olans, B. May, R. Bayley, N. Wright, G. Karian, T. Hastings. 109 Val Lauro, Kathy Kennedy, Patricia Cotter If ever there was a team “destined” for success, it was the 1974-75 Field Hockey Team. It all began the last week of August, just prior to the opening of school, when 14 team members spent one week at Field Hockey and Lacrosse Camp in Maine. Of these members all but two of the eventual Varsity players attended and were coached by the British, American, and Scottish Olympic players. They learned a great deal while getting in shape for the upcoming season. Back at school, these members, led by Co-Captains Linda Hasgill and Donna Moulton practiced their game knowledge and skill development exer¬ cises every afternoon in the workouts that occasionally ran until 6 o’clock. Coached by Mrs. Readinger and Ms. McCabe, the girls worked hard and learned how to play the game and how necessary team spirit and cooperation were in winning. At the season’s end, Seniors Linda Hasgill, Donna Moulton, and Kathy Kennedy were honored for their outstanding accomplishments VARSITY Standing (1 to r); L. Burgess, N. Irving, L. Franciose, K. Kennedy, D. Moulton, Coach B. Readinger, L. Hasgill, D. LaRoche, V. Coates, V. Lauro Sitting; J. Cope, P. McGillvary, T. Cotter for the months of September, October, and November, respectively. Vicki Coates With a winning record, with new close friendships made, and with many happy memories preserved forever, the 1974-75 Field Hockey Team fulfilled its ' ' destination ' ' and was trulv successful. Kneeling (1 to r); J. Pollack, P. Webber, J. Boyle (Co-Capt.), J. Child (Co-Capt.), D. Gorman, M. Fleming. Standing; L. Burgess (Manager), Coach McCabe, S. Ehrlich, S. Lockwood, L. Goldrick, C. Naranjo, N. Francnitto, M. Nichols, A. Rahman, B. Oininio, S. Balcom Donna Moulton, Patty McGillvary, Val Lauro Jane Boyle Front row (1 to r); C. Cotter, J. Blosvern, D. Carey, J. Forance, C. Grassey. Second row; M. Blosvern, F. Grossman, Coach Dave Webb, B. Wilde, A. Goodwin, j. Crisafulli, J. Pierce, F. Arena Missing; S. Ehrlich SWIM TEAM The 74-75 Swim Team accomplished one major thing this year — a varsity team for next season. The girls’ season ended with an 0-2 record. In state competi¬ tion, Sue Ehrlich placed first in the 100 freestyle setting a new state record. The boys’ team had no meets, but several members competed in the Easterns. Sue Ehrlich and John Crisafulli were voted the most outstanding com¬ petitors for their teams. CROSS COUNTRY This year’s cross country team was a small group of dedicated athletes. Sometimes seen trouping through the woods, they always worked very hard. The final record of Bay State League Competition registered 1-8, with a ninth place finish. Captain Mike Sharon will be succeeded by promising har¬ riers Bob Healey and Dan McAlpine. Mike Sharon Front row (1 to r): S. Smith, M. Sharon, M. Perry. Second row (1 to r); Coach Kirton, K. Craig, T. Shupert, R. Healey, J. Bren- neman, M. Leavitt Front row (1 to r); S. Lyons, P. Cox, T. Hahn, P. Flavin, P. Ordway, M. Ames, ]. Dugan, B. Tho N. Stavropoulus. Second row (1 to r); G. Lyons, }. Maloy, R. Letner, B. Lelievre, R. Freedma Morse, A. Tevilla. Third row (1 to r}; Coach Conti, P. LeBlanc, A, Berman, K. Kelleher Cavanaugh, J. CicereUa, P. Prepetit, M. Burke. a as 1 4 Skip Brandt . he XHS soccer season ended -■- as it had begun-trying. The inal record was 1-14-1. The ' :i for this disappointing ' : n was a basic lack of expen¬ se in playing together. senior Chuck A ' lpers was se¬ eded to the BSL All-Star team as : :u back, and Co-Capt. Steve langini was one of the three x a.:es to receive recognition. The JV’s ended their season vith a 5-4-1 surge, after losing 8 traight and finished at 5-12-1. It is hoped that next year the upport will continue and the osine streak will not. Hal Marcus. Mark Kaprelain. and Charlie Alpers • . Where is everybody? Once over lightly Sandy George Dorothy Ostreicher GYMNASTICS The 75 Girls ' Gymnastic Team was coached by Mrs. Nancy Maloney and assisted by Miss Sherry Norman. They, with Co’Gaptains Mary McDer¬ mott and Claudia Parente, led the team from a winless season in 74 to a record of 3 wins and 6 losses in the 75 season. Jane Boyle, Mary McDermott, and Cindy Chouinard competed in vaulting or the State Individual Gymnastics Meet. Front row (] to rl; J. Cormier, P. Manthorne, P. Melchiorri, S. Roberts, D. Flavir Weber, Co-Capt. C. Parente Co-Capt. M. McDermott, Coach N. Maloney Secon Damplo, J. Boyle, J. Child, S. George, D. Ostreicher, G. Tartakoff, C. Myers. M. Aher O ' Brien. Mark Kaprielian Brad Ringquist • .0 : mS? BOYS ' GYMNASTICS The NHS Boys’ Gymnastic Team closed out its season with a 2-8 record. During the course of the season, the team lost two of the three captains. Brad Ringquist was lost due to injury and James Yancey was also lost. Rick Gorman, the third captain, and Dom Tolson did a t ine job filling in. Gorman, who spe¬ cializes in vaulting, took a fourth place in the Bay State League Conference Meet. Both Gorman and Tobin earned over 100 points for the season. fm - Brad Ringquist Front row ll to r); N. Wright, S. Marchetti, M. Kaprielian, Co-Capt, B. Ringquist. Co-Capt. R. Gorman, D. Ostreicher, M, Havner. Second row (1 to r); B. Steward, L. Schlesinger, D. Repefla, D. Tolson, M. Vene, P. Woodward, D. Nason, M. Greel, D. Glod, Mgr, P. Handlin, Coach B. Theriaque. 117 BASKETBALL Our record this year turned out to be an impressive 18-4. Our first objective was to win the Bay State League. This was accomplished on the last day of the season by beating Framingham South. We hoped we could have done better in the Tech Tourney, but, overall, it was a great season. This year ' s team had all the talent to make a great team. Teamwork and unselfishness were exhibited by all of the players. Natick 82 Melrose 61 Natick 64 Walpole 49 Natick 67 Braintree 59 Natick 64 Fram. No. 61 Natick 73 Burlington 64 Natick 74 Wellesley 65 Dedham 52 Natick 39 Natick 68 Norwood 61 Needham 55 Natick 53 Natick 82 Milton 47 Natick 67 Fram. So. 60 Natick 57 Walpole 52 Natick 70 Braintree 44 Natick 80 Fram. 57 Natick 94 Wellesley 55 Dedham 58 Natick 51 Natick 64 Norwood 61 Natick 64 Needham 56 Natick 87 Milton 52 Natick 71 Fram. So. 65 Front row (1 to r); K. Craig, D. Eastman. A. Fruneaux (Co-Capt.), D. Wells (Co-Capt.), B. Seltzer. Second row 1 to rj; S. Hallet (Mgr.), R. Zacchilli, B. Cavanaugh, N. Beliveau, P. Henderson, P. Leon, V. Roberts, Mr. Chris: (Head Coach). Seated; J. Christie (Future Coach). BAY STATE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1974-1975 Front.row 1 to r); R. Santello, G. Marian. T. Cronin, D, (1 to r); D. Pennie, R. Fortini, C. McKanobb, M. Fortini, SanClemente, J. Kane, Mr. Murray (Coach). H. Payne, P.J. Sims. Second re Bm Neil Beliveau, Dave Wells, Andre Fruneaux iveau Andre Fruneaux and Dave Wells at the first B-Ball Rally X-.V.VJ -,v ,y. Dave Eastmond, Kevin Craig, Dave Wells Dave Eastmond, Kevin Craig, Coach Christie ■ - ■ v.v INDOOR TRACK The 1974-1975 Indoor Track Team compiled a fine 7-1-1 record to capture third place in the always tough Bay State League, which saw only one point separating first and third place. This year ' s squad was small in number but con¬ sisted of very dedicated athletes led by Captains Bob Fitzgerald and Steve Smith. With only a handful of seniors gra¬ duating and a strong group of underclassmen re¬ maining, Coaches Burnham and Lamb should look forward to a good season next year. Front row (1 to r); B. Belcher, J. Gallagher, S. Smith, B. Fitzgerald, R. Elliot, D. Bartlett, R. Hurst. Second ro. to r ; Coach Lamb, V. Coates, A. Cronin, T. Fenzel, M. Leavitt, B. Fitzpatrick, S, Epstein, D. White, J. Bren- neman, Coach Burnham. Third row (1 to r); D, Me Alpine, S. Miller, P. Pease, G. Rogers, D. Gilvarj, B. Healy. L Donovan. CvW ...y Bob Branagan leading 1 he 74-75 varsity team tin- is led the season with a 2 and 7 record. It is hoped that the ex¬ perience gained this year will make for an improved season next year. The team was coached by Miss I )onna McCabe. Linda (1 to r); K. Kennedy, L. Hasgill, D. Moulton (Co-Capt.J, L. Franciose (Co-Capt.), S. [oyce, B Second row; S. Balcom (Mascot). Coach D. McCabe. C. Naranjo. M. Walters. 5. Lockwood, L Chisson (Manager), N. Irving (Manager). were elected captains. Two team members received awards this year. Molly Walters re¬ ceived the Most Valuable Player trophy. She also represented Natick at the All-Star Game. The Most Improved Player trophy went to Betty Forance. P. Pierre. L. Ketchen (Capt.). B. Dininin ick. K. Kadlik. ]. Forance. K. Murphy. P a rranciose. Uonna iLs « w • ! WRESTLING Front row (1 to r); L. Delahanty, P. Ryder, M. Landry. M. Shastany, j. Doucette, R. Franke. Sec ond row (1 to r); Coach Buschenfeldt, R. Collomb, R. Vaughn, R. Kelley, S. McCarnon, T. Rich ards, C. Dowd, R. Naranjo, Coach Panchuck. Terry Richards Despite their 4-7-1 record, this Front row (1 to rj; J. Kehoe, D. Coach Buschenfeldt, P. Moana, P Panchuck. B r Lynch, A. Mack, R. Lamont, L. Woodruff, C. Boykins, B , Second row (1 to r Higgins, I. Morse, Coach year’s wrestling team, led by Captain Mark Landry, had a successful season of individual records. Special congratulations should be given to Mike Shastany and Mark Landry who finished fourth and sec¬ ond p ace respectively, in ti e Regional Tournament and qualified for t he state tournament. Good luck to coaches Mike Pan¬ chuck and Kirk Bushenfeldt, who worked hard all season, and to next year ' s wrestling team. ' ■fvii,. w r.: ■ ■■ mo tfS ' -i -Jg i . .■■ " J ■ : s- SP. ' •■» j r.T:!! ■ -ag’ Sja A v. fl - : .. iglRgS EtflfiH S-i: i;: ' • " " 9 r r ront row 1 to r); E, Driscoll, K. Zonghi, D. Stenquist, N. Surman, Co-Captain J. Gassett, Co-Captain F. Primavera, B. Maguire, j. Goodwin, P. Chovinard, C. Lodi. Second row ill to r); Coach Bates, J. Lord, D. Henderson, C. Williamson, B. Richards, S. Cardellecchio, P. Quaranto, R, O ' Reilly, Manager J. Richardson, Coach Ghilani, 1 Sophomore Jamie Lord and Junior Brad Richards putting the pressure on the ramingham South defense. y W i - J The 1974-75 varsity hockey team could have been one of the top teams in the league with a little more luck. As it was they compiled a 5-12-1 record. The wins came against Framingham North 5-4 and 3- 2, Walpole 3-0, and 5-1, and against Milton 5-2, who was in third place at the time and headed for the state tourney. The tie was against Wellesley 3-3. There were games against Milton, Wellesley, Needham and even Framingham South that could have gone either way. But they didn ' t and that made the difference. nt row (1 to r); B. Wells, S. Intinarelli, P. Rothwell, G. Karian, B. Stringham, J. Kelly, M. Sutfin, M. Mandozzi, M. Gearan. Second row (1 to Coach Bates, S. Calder, G. Hennrikus, E. Costello, S. Potter, V. Nelson, I. Ryan, J. Hamilton, P. Flavin, B. Manning, T. Fletcher. S. Valle issing from picture: T. Murray, J. Nordblom) Mrs mmm ' t Y ' r‘% ' ereau K 1 I 1 TENNIS The girls tennis program ex¬ panded considerably this year with the addition of a JV team. The number of matches doubled from 9 to 18. The Varsity record was 7-11, highlighter! by a 4-1 victory over Norwood after losing to Norwood earlier in the by that same season. This year ' s team was lead by Karen favier. Karen had a personal record of 11-7. She saw action in all live positions and was voted the MVP by her teammates. score H- v:u - Zatz, ! loach Linsky. Top right: Janet Cope. Rignt: Diane Packer and Karen Javier. wv AND insky, R. Shrier. Second row; J.V. Coe R. Santello, M. Sciretta, Coach D. Crow M, Kaprielian, B. Rockowitz, J, Green, J. Dob is Siegal. G. Hennrikus, R. Diamond, E. Vercelli, R. A it row (1 to r); D. Floss. C. Alpers Gregor, I. McDermott, J. Barrett, V. □ r i ■ F - • | - ■ f SOFTBALL This year ' s softball team had eight returning varsity players, six o: whom were seniors, which was a very inspirational sign. The Bay State League tried an experimental eighteen game schedule this season. Natick jumped off to a good start by winning its first six games. The sev¬ enth game was against Norwood which had the same record. We lost 10-6. From then on, it was up and down. We lost the next two games because of ex¬ tenuating circumstances. With the help of the J.V. players, we were able to pull one out of the hole against Walpole. Back in force, the Varsity won five out of the last eight games. The season ended with a 12-6 record. There were many pluses this season. We defeated North 7-6 and Braintree 10-6. Until this year, we’ve had a hard time beating these two teams in most sports. Pam Davies had the high batting average oi .571. Linda Hasgill was voted the MVP of the season because of her dependable pitching arm. This year the School Committee approved a JV team which under the fine coaching of Bob Theriaque had a record of 9-9. VARSITY Front row (1 to r): P. Davies M. Nichols L. Hasgill, K Kennedy (Capt.), D. Moulton L. Franciose, M. Quinn, Sec ond row; A. Irving (Mgr.), J Boyle, L. Goldrick, M Walters, G. Naranjo, S. Lock wood, Coach Maloney. M VARSITY Front row (1 to r); L. Ward, C. Rauschen, K. Murphy, N. Franchetto, ]. Pollack. Second row; J. Cormier mgr.), C. Ringle, A. Johnson, D. Walker, A. Raman, J. Storer, A, Simeone. 1 28 ' ... ; MC BASEBALL The 1975 NHS Baseball Team was guided by senior Tri-Captains Walter Cheever, Dan Franciose. and Warren Prim. Coach John Carroll was very pleased with their leader- The Red men finished 10-8 in the Bay State League. Lack of consistent defense and timely hitting seemed to haunt the Redmen all spring. " This was an excellent group of boys and they gave me one hundred percent,” said Coach Carroll. " That is all that I asked. " V f i 1 ' fc Coach 1 ’arroll The NHS Intramural La¬ crosse Team earned a season record of 3-7-2 with victories over Walnut Hill and Framingham South (6 3). The team’s leadinj scorer was senior Vick Coates with 11 goals. Shi was followed by Co-Captaii Donna LaRoche with 9 goals. Other seniors on the team included Co-Captain Tricia Manning, Ahern, Barbara Piscopo, and AFS student Becky Vega. The Most Valuable Player honors, determined by a team vote, went to goalie Debbie Bloom and to senior Donna La Roche. Thanks to hard work by the coach. players Mrs. Buffie Readinge crosse is on its way up Left: Go-Capt. Donna La Roche. Upper right: Julie Child on break¬ away. Lower right: Vicki Coates starting game with a draw. ee, !. Child, M. Mann in uinard. D. Laing. D. Mors inexperience, as iney posted a l-c mark. Captain Dave Brown and Mike Crane were outstanding, amassing most of the points gar¬ nered during the season. These two seniors will be sorely missed. Walt Stevens, who was a vital cog in the team’s win over Norwood, is also graduating. Lettermen were seniors David Brown, Michael Crane, Walter Stevens, juniors Robert Barnicle, Andrew Berman, Daniel Kattany, and sophomores Michael Murphy and Steven Potter. Natick fielded a JV squad for the first time which enabled the un¬ derclassmen to gain playing expe¬ rience. i-i-S ' . TRACK The Boys’ Track Team concluded its season with an 8-1 record. The team took second place in the Bay State League. Bob Fitzgerald set a new Bay State League record by clearing 6 ' 3” in the high jump. The team’s successful season can be at¬ tributed to the effo rts of captains jay Gallagher, Bob Fitzgerald, and Richard Hurst. “Steve Miller. Top right: Danny Below: Danny Donovan and MacAlpine Mark Montgomery ik % % % % - ■ • LI m Bb P JL » _ _ tz pa l! n . c :• . TRACK This was the first year for girls ' track. An enormous amount of work during April turned these novices into a very capable team. They proved their ability in the two opening pressure-packed meets against Walpole and Wellesley. In these meets, Mary McDermott and Cathy Adamson emerged as team leaders. Throughout the season they remained the strength of the team. The team earned a final record of 6 wins and 3 losses, losing only to Dedham, Wellesly, and Needham, This put them in a three-way tie for third place with Walpole and Wellesley. The season ended with the Class A State Meet at White Stadium in Boston. Cathy Adamson took second in the high jump and Sue Ehrlich placed fourth in the 440. These two outstanding athletes gave the team 6 points in the meet, out-scoring every Bay State team except Needham. Left: Kelly Higgins. Below: Mary Giorgio, Cathy Adamson, Janet Schiff. Below right: Cathy Adamson. j:|; mm ■«yvl yv Ostreic J. Steve Brennei )bis, M. Havin. ] S ' : ' : ' sfis ' -isrv: ? 4 V»:. Spring Awards (1 to r); D. Brown, M. Crane, B. Rockowitz, J. Melchiorri. ssr,. .. WiP --• rw- 3 i V jo j .jSB If v - - i A fc - ij if r t t4 » r . ' jii Ss ; ' - V i - tv s t " ' S KltT M Vt • 1 11 ; ' a ■ V- B ; gK « i s« w InN,- ' 4? 1S M . j?v ■ jK. r ' t’ . n -j 9 S’ ¥ P« «;tt - n • ■ ■ : ■-- ■■■ $£ ■ •• 1:0 i 51 ■M IMP • % I Track Awards (1 to r); W. Cavanaugh, R. Hurst, J. Gallagher, i - :. A J -SEraBiH Ht:-S EsA;,. ..|. : «FV A - - % . ' X K . V Spring M.V.P.s (1 to r); K. Javier and L, Hasgill. Hasgill, Karen J K ?a Landry, Mary jean McDermott, Steve Mangini, Donna Moulton, Diane Packer, and Warren Football: Rick London, Renato Denaro, Dan Donahue, Jay Gallagher, Rick LeChance, John Melchiorri, Terry Richards, and Phil Soccer: Charly Alpers. Cross Country: Danny Field Hockey: Kathy B Kennedy. Swimming: Sue Ehrlich and John Crisafulli. Basketball: Molly Walters, Betty Forance, Dave Eastmond, Andre Fruneaux, and Dave Wells. Gymnastics: Cindy Chouinard and Rich Gorman. Hockey: Jeff Gassett. (r Wrestling: Mark Landry. Indoor Track: Bob i Fitzgerald. Tennis: Karen Javier and J Bruce Rockowitz. Baseball: John Melchiorri. Golf: David Brown and Michael Crane. Softball: Linda Hasgill. Track: Richard Hurst, fay Gallagher, Andre Fruneaux, and Bill Special awards were given to Debbie Henry as the Outstanding Fan and to the Cheerleaders for their second place finish in Bay State League Competition. w r - -rr m K M j • .. y .] Basketball Awards (1 to r); A. Fruneaux, D. Wells, D. Eastmond. Outstanding Sports Fan: D. Henry 137 ■ .I:;! ' :::-..-::... Honor Society ompetitive Speech ena V.-! ' . ■. ■. v y-:-1; ; 1 ' ■ ■■■ " -X-rviv President Stuart Davidson, Mark Huard, Secretary Karen surer Diane Packer. Floor (I to r); C. Diamond, M, Huard, S. Davidson, D. Packer. K. Wilcon. M. Wolfe, M. Brew, K. Johnson. Sitting; E. Matthews. P. Brenneman, P. Shuman. E. Luftman, P. Corbett, D. Linsky, soho, M. esko, P. Adams. A. Fair. Standing; S. Saylor. M. McDermott, B. Haddad. D. Henry, G N. Estes, S. George. R. Randolph. L. Channel. J. Coleman. J. O’Leary. S. Kadis. R. Elliot. Rear s C. Prunty, C. Springer. C. Kennallv, B. Croft, R. McGraw. Stairs; K. Parmenter, $. Feldman, menter. F. King. G. Tartakoff. A. Simeone, K. Ryan. J. Goldman. K. Murphy, I. Nathanson, A. D S. Sew r all, S. Ash, K. Riley, L. Adams, E. Lesser, B. Sousa, S. Ginsburg. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Debbie Fallon Vice- President Steve Marchetti, Secretary Ronna Alintuck, Treasurer Holly Brown. Rear Mr. Bates, Mrs. Pan¬ chuck, Advisors. ;$s SS First row (1 to r); I ResDucci. M, Mole viewman vl Dufh J asiien. 1 Front row (I to r); S. Kowal, J. O ' Leary. Second row Mr. Lavergne, A. Sherman, D. Gallo, N. Castelli, H Marcus, S. Strong. Third row; R. Brady, C. Shaub, 1), Sansevero, A. Simeone. Fourth row; T. Carney, L, Stevens, B. Goldman. Fifth row; A. O ' Leary, S. Nearv, J. Larson. Sixth row; K. Kennally, L. Vene, N, Venditti, A. Johnson. Seventh row; A. Black, C. Clay J. Rosenkrantz, R. Letner, K. Murphy. Eighth row; P. Lane, L. Rowe, D. Valakus. Ninth row; P. McGill vary, P. Adams, D. Linsky, H. Patton. Tenth row; D Gooding, R. Rogers, D, Becker. !fJ |w3S r • : - ———!• .v fc t i j t f ;;; Alison Front row (1 to r); Secretary Sherman, Ireasurer Sue Ehrlich, Second row (1 to r); Vice-President Diane Damplo, President Paula Becker. )w (1 to r); J. Pineau, J. Pollok, A. Sherman, S. Blasberg. Second row, descending order; R P. McGillivary, N. V enditti, J. Rosenkrantz, A. Sherman, G. Estes, G. Rodman, D. Bald, D . P. Becker, L. Schlessinger, A. Hallett, N. Castelli, P. Antalek, M. Dunn, P. Keough. Third row ing order; T. Callahan, G. Giallonardo, K. White, A. Johnson, J. Storer. P. Untersee, A. O’Leary iww; YEARBOOK Front row (J to r): C. Springer, B. Croft, P Cosgrove, A. Shakespeare, Second row (1 to rj Z. Abrams, C. Ken ally, K. Wilcon, M. Brew (Editor), C. Furev. Not pictured: K. Bush ano Front row (1 to rj; Mr. Benson, R Lane, M. Perry, S. Hanley. Second rc A. Black. M. Tardie, M. Nichols, B Johnson, M. McCabe, j LITERARY MAGAZINE Front row (1 to r); M. Andros, E. Adams, L. Driscoll. Second row (1 to r); Mr. Holbrook, ]. Thornquist, S. Storer, G. Ritter, L. Jeffery, J. Kilrov. mff CLUB Front row (1 to r); M. Finklestein, J. Giluara, B Kiernan. J. YVh item ore, Mr. Jameson. Second row (1 to r); M. Cavanaugh, D. Nash, !. Kent, F Fasano. M % — _ % 4-- i ■. 143 Front row (1 to r); M. McCann, B. Sousa. D. Packer. M. Huard, P. Green. E. Luftman: Second row; A. Black, M Zw ' echer, D. Linsky, A. Globa, H. Khlem, C. Alpers, F. King, K. Emerson; Third row; A. Simione. A. Johnson. C. Springer, R. Magraw, R. Randolph. R. Wright, J. O’Leary. S. Glynn. P. Lane. E. Sax, C. Diamond. P. Brenneman. C. Kennally, Mr. Culhane, M. Sharon. M. Whitney, M. Dunn, B. Galvin; Seco 11. E, Lesser, D, Flavin, I), Henry: Third sw. P. Antelek. C. Lavers. Front row |1 to r); A. Zonghi Scalise. I. Xathenson, S. Ash Robbins. B. Nellis. B. Croft. P 1 j ang S. Joudrey, 1 . Hartwell, J. I bnghi. C. Higgins dlik, B. O ' Leary, N n, P. Goodman, M D, : 7 razef, C. Bel in Sitting (1 to r); I Sharon. Standin MONITOR AIDES Front row (1 to r); R. Burke, D. Ball, K. Procum Second row; R. Byrne, J. Cugini, A. Ware, D. Henry. FUTURE TEACHERS Front row (1 to r); L. Channel (Pres¬ ident), L. Ciccarelli (Vice-President Second row; E. Lesser, P. Cosgrove. P Wagman, J. Hillson, E. Weber. F Sharon, C. Ferlazzo. Third row; .A Katz, M. Lanza Fame, D. Hoffman. 5 Simm, K. Hooley, J. Aronson. S Myrick, S. Saylor, P. Gerry. DRAMA CLUB Front row (1 to r); R. Vega. F Weisman, N. Rivin, B. Sousa. B Palmer, R. Newman, J. Hastings. Sec¬ ond row; F. Dixon, G. Elovitz. D. BaL F. Travaso. SKI CLUB Front row (1 to r); K. Wilcon, P. Damplo, S. McGrath, G. Silverman, J. Croft, J. Connolly, G. Garvin, S. Marchetti, A. Johnson, D. Linsky, B Croft, B. Ringquist, S. Lever, M. McCann, K. Osborn, J. King, D. Flavin, M. Dunn, J. Forance. Second row; B. Higgins, T. McCole, F. Fasano, A. Luke. M. Curtis, F, Foley, A. Davidson, A. Globa, P. Brenneman, D. Montalto, Advisor Mr. Sisti, L. Johnston, B. O’Brien, A. Johnson, A. Drury, E. Forance, P. Young, J. Forance. GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Front; M. Dunn, K. Fleming. Front row (1 to rj; C. Naranjo, M. Waltens, P. Davies, P. Flavin, D. LaRoche (Treasurer and Secretary), C. Parente (President), M. Slovin, M. Nichols, S. Lockwood. Second row; L. Hasgill, D. Moulton, N. Irving, J. Pollock, R. Newman, K. Murphy, S. Ash, L. Murry, Mrs. Maloney. Third row; P. Weber, A. Rahman, S. Ehrlich, J. King, M. Greenwood. M. Fleming. K. Kadlick, A. O’Learv. D. Dineen. Fourth row; L. Goldrick, C. Chouinard, N. Franchetto, J. Forance, J. Malcolm. B. Dininino, T. Cotter, L. Burgess, M. Quinn. Fifth row; Mrs. Readinger, K. Kennedy, J. Boyle, M. McDermott, L. Franciose, S. George, V. Lauro, S. Balcom (Indian). Missing: J. Cope (Vice-President). 147 First row (1 to r); D. Ball, L. Rowe, A. Simeone, V. Coates, M. Sharon, B. Noonan. Second row; J. O’Leary, B. Siegal, M. Greenwood, A. Johnson, D. Linsky, P. Adams, S. Davidson, P. Lane, P. Green. Third row; B. Sousa, H. Khlem, J. Franklin, D. Packer, K. Wilcon, S. Kowal, A. Cote, T. Carney, D. Henry, H. Marcus, A. Black, M. Huard. GUIDANCE AIDES STUDENT CREDIT UNION SASSAMON NEWSPAPER, a Look at the Year paper ' s activity fund. The Columbia Scholastic Press gave the photos of Lewis Glass and his staff and the sports section edited by Mike Sharon and Ann Simeone high acclaim when judging the paper for the year. The paper received an overall second place award in the national com¬ petition. Features Editor Barbara Sousa did an outstanding job all year with her “Footnotes” column that relayed the topical feature and human interest stories around school to her reading audience. News Editor Bob Brown and Editor-in-Chief Patsy Green were able to keep the student body abreast of news in education, extra-curricular activities, school committee, and administration with their timely news and editori¬ al writing. First row (1 to r); L. Green, H. Marcus, A. Sherman, F. Dixon. Second row; J. Gilvarge, R. Rogers, D. Gooding, A. Simeone, M. Sharon, B. Sousa, P. Green (Editor-in-Chief), D. Henry T. Smith, L. Rowe, L. Glass. Third row; M. Perry, J. Hastings, E. Adams, C. Dudziak, E. Flood, Mr. Holbrook (advisor), J. Franklin, M. Tolland, C. Croman, S. Morath, H. Patton, A. Globa, P. Friedman, V. Ritter, L. Vene. The newspaper staff was able to accomplish several news goals in its operation. It w r as the first year that girls ' sports coverage reached well-deserved levels. For the first time during the entire school year, the Sassamon photographers had access to their own darkroom in the Sassamon office. An added plus was that the school had its’ own photo equipment from cam¬ eras to film supplied by the news- MR 3 CGS iSTWrTAuWcOliAvETO sah 1 ? 7 Va; have wo exFuwAnai to offer?? LOCKER MV FOcT 1 .! lUTEU. ' sbu exAcrru uhAT sbu DID!! ' RRSTSbo u36KjT our 56H1RD that loosjo w iow u them 1 VCC LIT UPA " OOI STDU " ClGASfem ' 1 TH6M HtC GOT50 ItTJOU ' ED USTH ' , THAT GriklFK eUD OF MS, HbO , jOcMflETRA’MISSgpJ hE BO I F l! ] HCUn CM TMOPS, , , ) ,pickTe4c 1 0£TNtOTWV rbo ' R£ teALL-V SMART!. ' 16£t StO THINK tbU l HA J6 M ALL MAffED OOTI! lOOL , THAT ' S NOT S©!!, THERE ' S AUTHho’ UUriT KNou) AgCUT ME — IHCLUPlVki 1WT EKBAfiASSlWGr RTH MARK, OF Vouks?? 149 COMPETITIVE SPEECH TEAM First row (1 to r); D. Fallon, P. Adams, E. Noonan, S. Kowal, L. Stevens, E. Adams. Second row; Coach G. Dwyer, L. Troy, R. Smith, D Vecchione, C. Clay, C. Kippes, N. Revis, P. Green, J. Cashen, B. Siegel, Coach R. Gaudette. Third row; P. Becker, R. Alintuck, E. Luftman, C. Diamond, D. Linsky, D. Montalto, G. Elovitz, R. Brown, M. Tolland, K. Angelone. Fourth row; J. Green, C. Crohan, J. Franklyn, J. Thornquist, D. Becker, G. Giallonardo, D. Gooding, A. Smith, S. Claus. Since its inception, the Natick High School Competitive Speech Team has continually brought accolades to its participants and to Natick High. In its consistently triumphant form, the Speech Team captured the Mas¬ sachusetts Forensic League Championship for the third year in a row. In doing so, they re¬ tired the Elizabeth Bowe Memorial Trophy to N.H.S. This year’s team also won the Worcester Di¬ ocesan League Championship when eight members qualified to compete on a national level in Philadelphia in May. Without a doubt the members of this year’s team and their coaches are deserving of the utmost praise since they have bestowed such high recogni¬ tion upon Natick High School in the field of speech. Upper right: Doug Becker, Santa Claus, and Sue Kowal at Holly Festival. Lower right: Eric Luftman, Barbara Sousa, and Doug Becker speak at National Honor Soci¬ ety Induction. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE An international experience is always an interesting and learning one, but being an AFS student is to live and to go through the most fascinating experience that could happen to any teenager on Earth. When I first applied to the AFS program, I never realized that this year would make such a difference in my life — that it would mean this much to me. Every AFS student is different. Every fam¬ ily, school, community are also different. That’s what makes each experience, although of the same character, unique and incompa¬ rable. AFS is, as you know, a worldwide organization which works to promote understanding and peace through an interchange of liv¬ ing and learning experiences. AFS brings over 2,500 students from more than 600 countries to the US each year. It sends over 1,500 US students to spend either a full school year or a summer experiencing another society and another culture. Although AFS is comprised of students, families, chapters and workers from all over the world, we all share something in common. That’s what makes us friends spontaneously. We are AFSers. We have the same adventurous spirit. We have the same attitude towards hu¬ manity, and attitude which is perceptive of differences and similarities, which understands and accepts these things and sees that these qualities make the world richer. These are things that unite us all, because we all feel it. There is also hope, the hope that what we experienced, learned and felt about people can someday be a worldwide experience. Everyone realizes that we are all in a “world house” together, that we all must live together, that we all have a common destiny and a common cause to work toward. Now that the year is over, I feel my life will always be influenced by the everyday experiences of this past year. My hopes and ideals and the determination to bring them about are all based on this wonderful experience that changed my life, that made me richer inside. I hope that I gave you something, I hope that you also learned from me. All I can say now is thank you. Thank you for the most fantastic year of my life. I’ll just never forget this high school, Na¬ tick, my family, chapter, and you — the friends I made this year. If you ever happen to be around my neighborhood, don’t forget to stop by. Love, Becky 1974-75 Top right: Becky Aires, and Nicki. Top left: First row (1 to r); V. Coates, C. Higgins, R. Vega, J. Aronson, D. Packer, G. Elovitz. Second row: M. Brew, D. Becker, E. Luftman. Middle: Aires Mendez, Angola; Nicki, Sweden; Helle Lie, Denmark. Left: Becky and Alexander Globa at the Prom. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Inductees First row (1 to r); G Elovitz, R. Alintuck, S Simm, K. Cunningham, N. Richards, L. Peterson, D. Walker, B. Richards M Mandozzi L Teffrev Prnft nC T r W ’ R ' K° rs - L i Green ’ B - Dininio, D. Gooding, D. MacAlpine, S. Kruger, B. Pe’arlstein B McCarthy B Cavanau h S II 1 D ' Q M T y „ s L ' Ro we Third row; J. Cashen, S. Scalis e 8 J. Child, C. Kippes, S. Abbot?’W ' Cavanaugh R Vega, M. Grupposo, B Fitzgerald, S. Glynn, J. Hansen, C. Higgins, M. Foilb, S. Marchetti. Fourth row- I Nathanson S Savior B. Ringquist, E. ASams, E. Saxe, D. Ploss, C. Ofria, Cl Clay, G. Del Vecchio, § Dimille, C. Crockett, S. Feldman ’ S. Saylor u -WW CONCERT CHOIR AND CHAMBER SINGERS CONCERT CHOIR First row (1 to r); H. Chapin, K. Procum, C. Moyer, J. Cashen, S. Joudrey, E. Adams, C. Jones, M. Greel, J. Huling, S. Olans, K. Cunningham, A. King J Finfrock, E. Ward, R. Vega. Second row: F. King, J. Berman, B. Dwyer, M. Wallace, K. Javier, L. Burgess, A. Smith, G. Whitaker, P. Ryder. R Wright, D. Gooding, C. Kippes. B. Haddad, D. Ostreicher, B. Croft, K. Drown. Third row; E. Flood, K. Furey, P. Manning, S, Lee, B. Palmer. K. Benco, E. Luftman, B. Elovitz, B. Steward, S. Marchetti, R. Diamond, M. Tolland, P. Nicholson, V. Shkreli, M. Barry, C. Crockett. The NHS Concert Choir and the Chamber Singers are very active groups during the school year. In addition to the annual Can¬ dlelight and Spring Con¬ certs, they sing at the junior high schools and participate in festivals and town func¬ tions. Earlier in the year, the Chamber Singers made their debut at the Rotary Club luncheon and were well received. Later, the entire Concert Choir traveled to the University of Mas¬ sachusetts at Amherst to at¬ tend choral workshops and to perform for other choruses. Absent; J. Rosencranz, L. Murray, B. Siegel, A. Ware, V. Karian, L. Diamond, C. Rubin. ESI-v CHAMBER SINGERS 1 to r); K. Javier, E. Adams, B. Haddad, A. Smith, S. Lee, M. Greel, F. King, G. Whitaker, D. Ostreicher, J. Huling, J. Berman, K. Cunningham. Absent; E. Luftman. NHS STAGE BAND First row (1 to r); B. Belmore, D. Stirk, D. Becker, R. Wright, E. Luftman, R. Rogers. A. Abbott, R. Diamond, (absent; F Rahman, V. Karian). Second row; D. Javier. S. Olans. J. Huling, G. Whitaker, M. Greel, J. Gould, P. Young, W. Sullivan, R. Jones, (missing; M. AlbanoJ. Third row; N. Wright, J. Grassey, (absent C. Rubin). The Natick High School Stage Band continued its tradition of presenting fine Jazz and Jazz-Rock music to appreciative audi¬ ences. The group was invited to entertain at the Fall Athletic Awards Program. The band preformed at the Candlelight Concert, Holiday Assembly, the junior high school as¬ semblies, and the May Pops Concert. 153 . - .. m!w.six ■r : r ' vv ••• .:■■■ . ■Ill SgJjvfee! : ■■■ ppi;; nr. ....... - Sf Frankenstein SYNOPSIS Place: A chateau on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. Time: Before the turn of the century. ACT ONE Scene 1: The study of Victor Frankenstein. Evening. Scene 2: The same. Immediately following. Scene 3: The same. That evening. ACT TWO Scene 1: The study. One week later. Scene 2: The same. Two days later. Scene 3: The same as Act One, Scene 1. Set and Lighting Design: Laurie Fraser-Manifold House Manager: Joanne A. Franklyn Stage Manager: Nina Revis Properties Manager: Paul J. Adams Stage Crew: Judi Berman, Jane Finfrock, Heidi Patton, Tony Smith Poster and Cover Design: Laure Fraser-Manifold I don’t know how to tell you this, But . . Frankenstein cast. to r| Stuart Davidson, Christiana Diamond, Douglas Becker, E. Grace Noonan, Kirsten Angelone, Eric Luftman, Robert Brown, Cynthia CANDLELIGHT CONCERT On December 18, 1974, the Natick High School Concert Choir Chamber Singers, Brass Quartet, Concert Band and Stage Band gave the annual Candlelight Concert. It was a great success. The Concert Choir performed a variety of choral music ranging from the Renais¬ sance to Pop. The Chamber Singers, in their first performance, made a great showing. They sang Renaissance Christmas music and two pop hits. The Brass Quarteh opened the evening with the sounds of festive brass. The Concert Band and Stage Band presented several selections of different styles. All groups had been working hard since the beginning of the year, and those in¬ volved felt a great sense of achievement. James Shift 138 Caroline Crockett and Lisa Channel WINTER COTILLION The Winter Cotillion, sponsored by the Senior Class, was held Saturday, De¬ cember 21, in the NHS cafeteria. The first! event of this kind to be held for many years, the Cotillion’s purpose was to; promote class spirit and to bring the class together just to have a good time. There was dancing all night with music by the Nat Walsh Orchestra. One highlight of the evening was the appearance of Santa Claus, who threw candies to everyone,: and his elf “Markie Doodle”. This really got the dancing started. To add to the holi¬ day spirit, the cafeteria was decorated with a Christmas tree and mistletoe.! which was enjoyed by all. The Cotillion lived up to its’ expecta¬ tions and was an evening of great fun with good friends. Christmas spirit shines from Anita DeAngelis and Mike Montgomery Markie Doodle Surprise! Happy Birthday, Ellen! ». f jPy K,i " I! yy. ' ' M 5 i . v ■ PATRIOTS — FACULTY The Girls’ Athletic Association, as a project in April, had the men faculty of NHS, Kennedy, Wilson, and Coolidge take on the Patriots Football Team in a fund raising basketball game. The event was a sell-out as the gym was stacked to the rafters with fans who wanted to see such Patriots’ stars as wide receivers Randy Vataha and Daryl Stingley or defensive specialists Ron Bolton and “Sugar Bear’’ Hamilton (all 265 pounds of him!) or running back Joe Wilson and England’s Jon Smith, the field goal and kicking wizard. All proved to be pretty fair basketball players as they whipped the teachers 94- 73 going away in the second half. ■ i EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT The black students had their fourth fundraising affair for their scholar¬ ship. The event was held on February 7. This year it was called “An Evening of Entertainment” and included poetry reading and entertainment by Winging, an African dance group. The highlight of the evening was the fash¬ ion show featuring styles for all times of the day and included sport and eve¬ ning attire. Former Representative Royall Bolling was the guest speaker. After the show, there was dancing. Music was provided by Kevin Roberts and Friends. Linda Keys Ava Lowe Hjjgg CHORUS Front row (1 to r); R. Newman, P. Freedman, B. Dwyer, H. Patton, N. Revis, S. Abbott, D. Lang, J. David, T. Smith. Second row; C. Ofria, B. Palmer, E. Diamond, L. Marshall, J. Green, R. Vega, C. Cormier. (1 to r); P. Lane, B. Higgins C. Diamond, R. Brown. B. CINDERELLA On Friday, April 4, several high school students performed Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s mu¬ sical version of “Cinderella.” The show was produced and directed by Leo D. Bachini and Harry L. Garnett. The cast included Barbara Ann Sousa as the sweet and timid Cinderella, Donald Gooding as dashing Prince Charming, and Joanne Franklyn and E. Grace Noonan as the wicked stepsisters. Robert Brown and Elizabeth Adams portrayed the king and queen. Christiana Diamond per¬ formed the role of the fairy god¬ mother. Other performers were: Anthony Smith, David Ball, Frank Dixon, Peter Lane, Allen Black, Brian Higgins, Rebecca Vega, Heidi Patton and Nina Revis. Fairy Godmother — It’s possible!! 1 Sisters lament — Beth Noonan and Joanne Franklyn Don Gooding, Frank Dixon, Beth Noonan Tony Smith »nan. B. Sousa, D. Gooding, J. Franklyn, L. Adams, T. Smith, D. Bell, A Dixon. If the shoe fits — Barbara Sousa MV i ■Imb pit | M fl i| jm oil; It ill ' 1 1 k V. A - •- Jjg ' 1 J HOP Nostalgia came to NHS on April 10 and 11. On April 10, a Bubble Gum Blowing Contest was held to kick off a fifties revival. Senior Bob Bates, junior Liz Chamberlain, and sophomore Jan Hastings won the contest with bubbles of eleven and one-quarter inches and ten and three-quarter inches respectively. On April 11, Natick went back twenty years in its dress code, with many teachers and students dressing in the style of the fifties. A dress contest was held and senior Phil Shuman and junior Michelle Molan were declared the winners. At 8:00 p.m., the Sock Hop got under way. Dale and the Duds performed for over five hundred people. Dance and dress contests were held. A whole lotta boppin ' -went on that night! Upper right: Is this bubble big enough to upper rigni: is mis DUDDie Dig enougn to winr Right: Anne Johnson, Ellen Saxe, Robert Bates, t: Cory Carter and Don Sharon doin’ the Twist! Lower Left: Boppin’ at the Hop yj Upper right: Our transportation to the Hop! Upper left: Helen Young and Bob Canary. Left: Greased up! Lower left: Most authentic dress — Sasha Globa and Gretchen Tartakoff. Lower right: Best hoppers — Karen Murphy and Scott McPhee. BLOODMOBILE Upper left: Tricia Manning and Mr. Kirton Upper right: Lucille Firth Lower right: Mary McDermott and Val Lauro ■■■ - Mu gSSi SADIE HAWKINS DANCE Upper right: Bob Naranjo and Stephanie Reuman Lower right: Cathy Lopez Below: Bob Brown and Nina Revis Lower left: Allen Black and Ann O’Leary 551 xrZ? mmKnmB • K SVCtt ' ■mmm POPS CONCERT 5 ' 2?s:s V w - " ♦a wL £, r t lir The Music Department presented its first Pops Concert on Satur¬ day, May 17th. The Concert Choir. Chamber Singers, Concert Band, and Stage Band performed before a sold-out house. The cafeteria was transformed into a concert hall for this special event. White tablecloths, yellow flowers, silver stars and floating streamers created a festive atmosphere for the occasion. Many students had the opportunity to solo with the groups. Among them was soprano Lili Adams, who earlier this year represented Na¬ tick as a member of the All-Eastern Chorus in Philadelphia. It was a night for show tunes and folk songs, marches and swing numbers, Classical and Jazz-Rock styles. It was a time for lavender love and indigo moods. Vo ¥ 51 V Urn Bv i ft. V f l 9 W. i Sing off key . . . never SI __ . . .. , ’ ' ‘ rr ' " ’iW» | ' mux mm I ' WE mi.ftn.. nfufni,.,,. i: i X % r Mr r All together now. r ' ‘ ■ . • . _• ' 7 ' ;.g A -- _ . Smile, they’re looking at us. I’d be fine if only I could read the music! • • • • • s. 1 ' -■■ LV And the band played on. MUSIC DEPARTMENT BLURB Haven ' t you ever seen a grand piano roll past the A wing? . . . Linda and Heather — we still need more flowers! . . . Me? Bake? . . . Carolvn— don ' t fall in the lemonade vat ... “I yell at you because I love you” . . . “Mark-er, Mark? MARK! . . . even Beans do it! . . . “Listen” . . . Maaaaaark! . . . “Psst — Miss Thomas — Can we dance?” . . . Try to Re¬ member . . . • it Spl-SiN % ih " ifj _ i 4-i m ' ia F • « tic . , ■ 4 P r V ft - 4 •ml Blow those horns! Left: Lorelei Stevens — “Broadway Baby” Below: “There’s No Business Like Show Business” Left: Eric Luftman Heidi Klehm Last time on “The Wall Finally! Darlene Rideou Right: May look like a dunce, but I ' m graduating! Greg Parsons. Above: Pyramid builders. First row D. Curran, S. Hutchinson, M. Andros. A. Deangelis, M. Brew. Second row: S. Ash, L. Adams, D. L Nathanson J. Roy, D. Basoli, J. Kilroy PICNIC Top right: Looks like the pyramid didn ' t last too long! Above: We re almost all out of here! Charlie Kadlik, Jamie Roy, Donna Basoli, Judy Kaplan. Tim Clark, Greg Parsons. bove: Kevin Craig. Right: You said you were thirsty! Mary Me Dermott and Bob Fitzgerald. CLASS DAY SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARD WINNERS Charles Alpers Maria Andros Cynthia Arthur Mary Bedford Barbara Canary Lisa Channell Linda Chiccarelli Catherine Crohan Barbara Croft Gail Del Vecchio Christiana Diamond Daniel Donohue Christa Fandel Elizabeth Forance Katherine Furey John Gallagher Beth Goldman Debra Henry Mark Huard Anne Johnson Barbara Jutras Christine Kennally Kathleen Kennedy Stephen Kruger Cynthia Lamy Peter Lane Betsy Nellis Marilyn Nichols Carol Ofria John O’Leary Claudia Parente Bradley Ringquist Larry Rowe Brenda Stone David Wells The day has come Donna LaRoche Debra Lipson Eric Luftman Andrew Luke Lori Malfa Patricia Manning Mary Ellen McCann Robert McCarthy Mary McDermott John Melchiorri Linda Murray Look out world! Here we come! Presentation of gift to Class of 76 One of three for Tricia! Thank you, Becky Vega 281 _ • -v- —ax :v , = v:.- ..; — ■ . ' ‘ ? . ■- •— - mm?:; . r ■ , N V ■ What a cute couple! THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD The long and winding road that leads to your door Will never disappear, I’ve seen that road before, It always leads me here, Lead me to vour door, The w’ild and windy night that the rain washed away Has left a pool of tears crying for the day, Why leave me standing here. Let me know the way. Many times I’ve been alone and many times I’ve cried Anyway you’ll never know the many ways I’ve tried But still they lead me back to the long winding road. You left me standing here, a long long time ago, Don’t leave me waiting here, Lead me to your door. But still they lead me back to the long winding road, You left me standing here, a long long lime ago, Don’t keep me waiting here, Lead me to your door. — Lennon and McCartney [• SI Chateau de Ville I The Queen and her Court (1 to r); Lauren Kelley, lanice Kilroy, Rebecca Vega, Nancy Chabot, Denise Montalto, Mary Sellew, Corey Carter. Escorts; Charles Kadlik, Michael O’Brien, Alexander Globa, Kenneth Murphy, Steven Appell Stephen Melchiorri, Donald Sharon. :• - • • i ' ti y - . • i ..0 :A GRADUATION Felicitaciones! Ready or not, here we come We’re outta here! You’re not gonna say that, are you And I’m not even graduating CLASS HISTORY OF 1975 September 6, 1972, is a date surely forgotten by most. Yet it was on this day that the three separate classes from Wilson, Coolidge, and Kennedy first looked at each other, and in spite of this fact, decided to work together as the Class of 1975. After finding our way to our respective homerooms, we were handed our Student Handbook which promptly became known as the Student Joke Book. Under the leadership of Stuart Davidson, Cori Myers, Diane Packer, and Darlene Gross, we waded through a relatively uneventful sophomore year as we settled into the routine at Natick High School. Ours was the first class to have the privilege of un¬ supervised study in our sophomore year. This was very popular although it is now a thing of the past. We were also the first to be allowed the use of the voting machines in the election of class officers for our junior year. Al¬ though this was somewhat more complicated than the traditional ballots, it showed the administration ' s faith in our intelligence and ability to deal with such complicated machinery. Our newly elected officers — Stuart Davidson, Mark Huard, Diane Packer and Karen Wilcon remained our officers throughout our senior year. Our year ended quietly and after choosing schedules for junior year, we left our first year at Natick High behind us. We came back in the fall as juniors, much more sophis¬ ticated, or so we thought, and much more at ease. The apathy which had plagued all three classes during the previous year, no longer hindered us. Junior year had a lot in sto re for us. One of the major events was the retirement of Mr. Henniger. This left the school in a state of confusion until Mr. Rosen was ap¬ pointed to fill the empty seat. This resulted in the chang¬ ing of many administrative policies. But in no time at all we were again thrown into a state of confusion when time came to choose our class rings. Yet, after a few days of wearing pink and blue plastic rep¬ resentations, decisions were made, orders were sent, and the matter was closed. Mark Huard, Roger Bailey, Mike Sharon, Anne Johnson, and Lisa Channell represented us well at Boys ' and Girls ' State respectively. David Linsky, Stuart Davidson. Mark Huard, Michael Sharon, and Richard Vaughn were sent as members to the Model Congress in May. All found these experiences to be enjoyable and at the same time educational. Although Executive Board had begun to make plans for the prom during sophomore year, it really began to shape up in our junior year. Sidney Hill Country Club was I chosen as the location. Suprisingly, this prom, with the theme, “We Shall Never Pass This Way Again, " generated more excitement than had any other prom in recent mem¬ ory. It outdid the expectations of most by being a sell-out. Soon the time came to choose our schedule of classes for senior year. This created still a new monster to cope with, more commonly known as “arena scheduling.” The tension mounted as one by one the order of homerooms was chosen for the lottery. Clutching our seven computer cards in one hand and three tentative schedules in the other, we were herded through the handball room and into gym No. 1. It was here that we fought other students in order to reach the booths first so that we could be as¬ sured the schedules of our choice. After the seniors left and we inherited their position of authority, we got a taste of the power they enjoyed and could not wait to become seniors ourselves. This was quickly made evident when we looked at the sacred jock wall and saw a whole line of new faces, of prospective athletic stars. I But it was our senior year that the Class of 1975 really came alive. Vicki Coates and Cindy Higgins returned from Sri Lanka and Montana respectively, both very enthusi¬ astic over their experiences. In return, Jeff Hadley came from Alaska to spend the first half year with us and Rebecca Vega came from Chili for the entire year. Becky although not fluent in our language at first, found this to be no barrier and quickly became a contributing member of our senior class. Tradition was altered concerning student government when the system of electing representatives to Student Council was abolished. Now anv interested student is allowed to participate by merely signing up. This year. open Student Council, led by Mike Sharon, sponsorec many activities such as the weekly Spirit Person, Snock Day and the Sadie Hawkin s Dance. In October, the Student Committee for Political Action sponsored a series of speakers, the last of which was a debate between John Quinlan and Paul Guzzi, the two candidates for Secretary of State. | Soon time came for the annual Senior Class Play. This year Frankenstein was chosen as the production. Eric Luftman, Bob Brown, and Doug Becker as the monster, all gave apt performances as did the other members of the cast. No one can argue with the fact that it was on December 7, that school spirit reached a zenith. For it was on the day that our championship Natick High School Redmen Football Team captured the Superbowl title at the Boston College stadium. This culminated an already tremendous season lead by Co-Captains Renato Denaro and John Melchiorri. We celebrated the anniversary of Mr. Rosen ' s appoint¬ ment to principal by means of a roast. Sponsored by the Student Council, this unconventional event was thoroughly enjoyed by both students and faculty. There is no doubt that this came as a surprise to the “Chosen Rosen.” This year a revival of the Winter Cotillion was held in the cafeteria. As the prom was a surprising success, so was this. The already enjoyable evening was highlighted by a surprise visit from Santa Claus and his chief elf, Marky Doodle. This dance was yet another event which we were to add to our already lengthy list of successes. One occurence which tarnished the winter of our senior year, was the infamous theft of the newly acquired stereo equipment from the senior lounge. This left the senior class in an uproar and, needless to say, without a stereo. However, this unhappy event was soon forgotten as we continued to move forward. Football was not the only championship sport at Natick High this year. Our varsity basketball team, after a tense season, walked away as the Bay State League Champions. However, it was not only in athletics that Natick High excelled, as was shown when the Competitive Speech Team walked off with the State Championship for the third year in a row. This was a well-deserved reward for a team which has continued to work hard although receiving only minimal support. Throughout our three years, girls’ sports have con¬ tinued to grow and gain popularity. For the first time, the school can now boast of a new and highly successful girls’ I varsity track team. As a result of their performances on the PSATs taken in the fall of our junior year, Charles Alpers, Eric Luftman, and Doug Becker qualified as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Eric also placed first in the Eastern Massachusetts Division of the National AATF French Contest in his junior year. The year continued on with the production of Cinderel¬ la, the all-school musical. Barbara Sousa, in the title role, gave her usual admirable performance as did Joanne Franklyn and Elizabeth Noonan in their portrayals of por¬ trayals of the two stepsisters. One of the most successful projects which we under¬ took this year w as the blood drive. This spring, on the day we left for April vacation, the Bloodmobile came to Natick High. Students showed their concern by being members of a very large turnout. April vacation was a time when Natick High ' s musical talent was truly appreciated. Steve Olans and Greg Whi¬ taker represented Natick High in the Massachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble which visited Russia. At this same time, Lili Adams was chosen to participate in the All-Eastern Chorus while Charles Alpers was selected to be a member of the orchestra. This chorus and orchestra consisted of representatives from the twelve eastern seaboard states. Soon college acceptances were pouring in and jobs were being established. In no time at all, the annual epedemic of senioritis was upon us. The teachers made an unsuccessful attempt to counteract this plague by as¬ signing enormous quantities of work. However, we remained invincible and refused to work. Although it was the end of the year, we had new visi¬ tors at Natick High. In order to accomodate our family of ducks, a plastic swimming pool was placed in the court¬ yard. Surprisingly enough, the pool did remain the exclusive property of the ducks. To end the year in high style, a restricted slumber party was held in the inner courtyard. Awakened at the untime¬ ly hour of 7:15, these students were ushered out with their sleeping bags in hand. The all-school show, Reflections ' 75, was the last vehicle in which the seniors had a chance to express themselves. Many who had never given thought to partici¬ pating in such a production now decided to give it a try. Early-graduating seniors also came back to be a part of this clossus. Spectacular individual performances were handed down by Sue Kowal, Lorelei Stevens, Lili Adams, and Cori Myers, to name a few. But the real success of the show was dependent upon the entire cast who each gave it his own interpretation. So our three years at Natick High have ended with a bang. We have enjoyed many unique experiences and have seen many new innovations realized. But this is over and now our potential must be fulfilled. Carrie Springer Christa Fandel 189 THE CLASS WILL OF 1975 We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-Five, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath our last Will and Testament: I, Sheree Ginsburg, leave Renato Denaro my dogs, mugs and pugs, and a belt to hold his pants up. Brandi leaves Mr. Taddeo two slashed tires, a blown Corvette engine, and the fact that as long as she knows Sharon, she’ll be back. David Linsky leaves 13 guaranteed extemp introduc¬ tions to Don Gooding. Mike Sharon leaves Master Bamicle the need. We, Barb, Bev, Em and Donna, leave knowing every¬ body else’s business. The E period Journalism class leaves Mr. Holbrook free dinner at Rita’s, two pre-layed out West Street Journals and, for once, quietly. Diane really, really leaves Holly B. all the extremely im¬ portant morning announcements. Lydia and Pam leave Mr. Cooner 1 grass skirt with a hula dancer to fill it. I, Harvey Brandt, leave Mr. Thibault to anyone who will take care of him. Chris leaves very sorry and hopes that it doesn’t always have to be that way. Neil leaves still not knowing that the gas receipts were forged. Surprise, surprise! Donna, Karen and Janet leave donuts ALONE. Stu art Davidson leaves Mr. Rosen in charge, Mr. Sticklor grinning and Mr. Collins absolutely nothing. We, Mr. Culhane’s C period Modern Problem’s class, leave him the field trip to Carling’s that we never had. To Mr. Rooney: I, Doug Campbell, leave a new A-wing bell and a no ice cream sign. Meg leaves the Redman Indian to anyone who can af¬ ford to buy the paint needed to cover up the names that people write on it. The passenger’s in Jill G.’s car leave hopefully still in one piece. Di and Karen leave NHS and room 1742 bored NOW! David Linskv leaves 6 unused “points of order’’ and a well-worn “Robert’s Rule’’ to Larry Rowe. Kathy and Donna leave homeroom a lot faster that they got there. Carrie, Ruby and Ella leave to Mr. Garnett and Mr. Bachini many thanks for three wonderful years at NHS. We’ll always remember you. The Softball Team leaves Nantasket for another day. To Mr. Dyer: I, Elizabeth Adams, leave my eternal bicycle chain so that he may award it to the next un¬ suspecting bicyclers. Mike Sharon leaves Euth-in-Asia going out after the first card in the Rummy World Championships for Friday afternoon, in an inebriated condition. We, the ex-editors of Sassamon, leave to next year’s edi¬ tors our bad habits, late deadlines and missed stories. Stuart leaves Mr. Brown the Library of Congress film collection and 8000 projectors. He also leaves the Social Studies Department equal rights to those projectors. Bob gives Julie’s attention back to Mr. Bransfield for all of next year. I leave Mr. Buck many thanks. I, Debi Henry, leave Barbara Sousa a rousing chorus of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”, with a pretty green Christmas tree all decorated. Rick and Yance leave without ice cream from two cer¬ tain girls. Better luck next time! Karen and Scott leave knowing that they entertained everyone with their “Saturday Night at the Fights”. I, Dorathy Ostreicher, leave Mr. Bransfield a pair of track shoes and a good pair of legs so that he can answer the phone himself. Mike Sharon leaves to Miss McDade, Peter Biagetti, whom Stuart Davidson ' s been keeping in his pocket for the last year. Mary-Beth bequeaths Mr. Culhane two tickets and a bag of peanuts. Donna and Barbara leave a wiffle ball. The B period Biology class leaves Mr. Barnicle a box of cheese and crackers, a bottle of Carter’s little pills, hemo¬ globin and a pipe (flute) because every pied piper needs a pipe, so that all his little kiddies, who can’t keep up with him when he’s walking will be able to hear him. Stuart Davidson leaves Debbie Fallon and the junior class 4 tear-stained speakers and a sub-machine gun. To the Class of ' 75: I, Brian Moriarty, leave these few words to remember me by; “Save Ed Johnston, a beauty!” Chris leaves knowing happiness is a very understood word and thanks Mark tor the way we were. Kevin Ryan leaves “shmedly”, hoping he ' ll keep up the good work. I, E. Grace Noonan, leave the faculty and administra¬ tion of Natick High School with the fond and overjoyous knowledge that the last of the Noonan kids is leaving. Mark Kaprelian leaves Mr. Murphy ' s back room to any¬ one who thinks he can clean it up. To Mr. Biedrzycki: I, Doug Campbell, leave a “How to Stop the Talking” pamphlet. Moonie and Mac leave in a fight. Barbara Anne, Cindy, Eda and Carol leave Mrs. Drotar a life ' s supply of black sweaters “in order that” the back of her chair will never be cold. M.B.T. leaves Mrs. Robbins, the former Miss Curran, a key, Jamie and Casey, a potato cellar in Texas and Winter Paulson, to do with what she will. I, Emily Flood, leave Sara Lee with the knowledge that my jacket is not inside out, but that hers is right side in. Thin + Rin leave knowing that E = P Culhane and W3 =8.6. We, the girls, leave knowing that Neil still owes us a Bronski. Heidi Klehm leaves NHS with no regrets and two of every textbook she was ever issued. I, Herb Smith, leave the many (4,000,0001) short jokes about me to anyone who wants to feel belittled and put down. I hope they get the short end of the deal. We leave Mr. Kean low drag chalk, roller bearing drive erasers, more material to cover, twentv more class minutes, sixty more square feet of blackboard and a sprinkler system to keep the chalk dust down. Warren Cito, Banana and Mcjohnson leave Mrs. Pataky a quiet class full of Snoopies, Bujos and our love. We leave the NHS mats, which we never got to use. the hair cut from David Cote ' s head, Dee Seagull, Jim “the Torch” Kehoe for Mr. Panchuck’s wrestling team anc David Cote’s wrestling clothes that were never washed. The Field Hockey Team leaves Mrs. Readinger a win¬ ning season, one broken nose, and numerous missing sticks. Em leaves with her coke ketchup, cigs and cards. We, F,C,KJ,C,M,J,B,A,B,P,A and L. leave un¬ derclassmen “The Window”. To Mr. Rooney: I. Frank Fasano. leave a student rins- 190 Droof bell and a hardy “AUOO-AHHH!” Carrie and Eda leave Mr. Linsky releived that Carrie and Eda are leaving Mr. Linskv. o J The Bobsev Twins leave renamed Vick and Ranee. ter Only M.Y., D.H., J.G., S.D. and J.H. leave knowing what happened at the All-Star game. To Mr. Taddeo: Bob Frank and Bill leave “memories " | of the 1972-73 F-Troop. We. Bev and Em, leave not knowing if Yance is talking to us. Heinie leaves knowing it ' s still nice and shiny. To Mr. Marcoux: I, Doug Campbell, leave more films and a Mark Landry sign. Mike leaves a locker in the Trailways Bus Station to Mark Huard, Stuart Davidson, Dave Linsky and Dick • Vaughan. To Miss Ciannavei: The Spanish IV class leaves 6 un¬ done and grammatically wrong reportajes plus days with only 1 or 2 students. I, Tim Donovan, leave to Caesar the Legend of the [ Shadow. Debi Henry leaves to Beth Noonan a bowl of prunes 1 and one used Safety Patrol picture. Franch, Hazzy, Agnes, Kidney. Dumps, Taffy and Kinky leave the team room turning. To Mr. Clark: I, Elizabeth Adams, leave an empty space in the next Thanksgiving Day pinwheel formation to any¬ one fortunate enough to know his right from his left. And o Miss Thomas, I leave sixteen branches of sweet blooming lavender. Forget the penny, this one ' s on me. I. Paul Adams, would like to leave Steve Miller a -scorecard for Mort. Emily and Ellen leave NHS knowing that they never cheated at Whist in the Senior Lounge. Corrie and Sheree leave Mickee, knowing she had fun, run. fun till her daddy took her T-Bird away. Sandy leaves walking ' cause she couldn ' t get the car. We, Diane, Paul, Jamie, Scott and Sandy leave to the juniors D period breakfast at the Rainbow. Terrence, Brains and Brawn, leaves with his polished cleats. From the G period English girls, we leave Miss Lamb all ' her “Umm’s " . Marsha and Patty leave Mr. Ghilani with a book, “How to Win Hockey Games " , as written by the Eagles Girls ' Ice Hockey Team. We, E. Grace Noonan. Mary Beth Tolland and Joanne Franklyn leave all future senior girls on the Competitive Speech Team, who stay at Mrs. Bruno’s house in Hudson, New York, a good night ' s sleep. Mike Sharon leaves Mr. Holbrook layed out. I,Captain, last member of the joyous Bud Brigade, leave NHS, Knowing that when you say ‘ ' Bud Brigade " , you ' ve i said it all. Ka, M.J., Di and C.K. leave their mean streaks, ice cream cones, long talks, and many moods behind them. Jeff Wilde grudinglv leaves a few of his curls to Coach Ghilani in hope that they will reduce the glare while he is at the ball field. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; Dumpy Drippy. Jerky, Loosy, Snooty, Zitty. and Sleezv; leave behind one well-worn SHOE. Cindy, Meg, Dorce, Frank, Gretchen, Jeanie, Kevin. Kathy, Chris, Danny. Diane. Karen. Sashe, Patty, Mary. Ann and Mark leave to find a larger lunch table. John and Kim leave Emily and Zac one ton of Haddock Creole. The Senior Girls Gymnasts leave to Cindy 12 tree ballet lessons, to Jane one pair of unsplintable shins, to Julie and eagle full and to Mrs. Malonev many thanks. Chris Diamond leaves behind a lot of glitter and the scent of vanilla perfume — in the halls on the walls, on the field, on the stage, lockers, in the office. Dade’s courtroom. in the books at the U.N. . in the lounge, in the and in Sargeant Mc- The senior members of the Yarsitv Tennis Team leave 312 challenge match forms, 12 dozen Seamcas and Joe Barrett to Coach Crow. Scott, Mike, Barb, Em, Sandy and Tricia leave Jones Drug Store in hopes of finding an easier job. Sue, Mickee and Julie leave Nantasket Beach with 5 empty cases and 4 bum out marks on Route 128. Mrs. Gelinas ' German III class leaves Emmo and Connie flirting, Heidi whispering, Mary Ellen and David gossiping, Peter drinking and Sasha looking for the inner meaning. Lisa, Heinie, Rhoda and De leave wondering about Moon ' s personal experiences. To Jeff: I leave 50 words a minute and 10 boxes of Life- saver lollipops, with thanks and love, especially during the PROMblem. The vearbook staff leaves a calendar with movable dates to meet deadlines. MJ leaves all her happy times in the pits with regrets. Dartmouth ' 75 leaves Dartmouth 77 one Natick 007 shirt, one feather boa, one fairy godmother wand, one pair of band majorette boots and a lot of enthusiasm to do a lot a crazy things. A certain group of Pep Club rowdies leave Debi Henry rolls of red and blue crepe paper, 2 rolls of paper, 100 red and blue balloons over B.C. stadium and a very loud cheer so she will remember that the Redmen were alive in “75 " . The C period A P class leaves to Miss Leavitt a 10 x 12 picture of Rock Hudson, a koala bear and one late slip without any explanation. Brian and Spru leave Mr. Cioffi ' s Mickey Mouse Power Mechanics class to any fool who leaves his car to be fixed. Dan Doran leaves the sacred title of “Van Man " to some unlucky member of the Class of ' 76. We leave Wendy Perkins the song, “Saturday Night ' s All Right for Fighting”. Chris leaves Jay 1 lemon meringue pie, 1 chocolate cream pie, 1 Boston cream pie and the number of “Pie-In- Your-Eve, Inc. " that ' s 743-4242. We, J.G., D.H., J.H., K.M., S.A. and S.C. leave lying on the roof knowing we were the first class to get caught doing the senior prank. We, Doc and Flash, retire the numbers 21 and 7. Never again will they be used for what we used them! The Girls ' leave Mr. Linsky a skirt and a wig so Mr. Carroll will give him a key to the Girls ' Locker Room. Barbara, Chris, Karen, Linda and Lisa leave the best “Big Spender " song and the greatest football team that ever “Bumped " at NHS. I, Jim Kadlik, would like to leave Bob Canary a course in how to drive a car, specifically how to STOP a car. Becky leaves one Spanish dictionary, one lacrosse stick, one slightly-used “Cinderella " costume and hopefully her accent for the Spanish classes. The bass section leaves Miss Thomas the lyrics of the te» Meow Song. Mark Huard leaves Mr. Culhane a beautiful brand new gold bound edition of “The Prince " so that he may con¬ tinue to rule his classes with an iron fist and with the final thought that, in reality, both of us are really better people than Stuart Davidson, no matter what he says. The C and D periods ' Teacher ' s Aide class leave Mrs. Panchuck trying to convince next year ' s classes that tissue wreaths aren’t that ugly. Carrie leaves one U.N. policeman to the Miss Conge¬ niality of next year’s I.R. class. Becky thanks everyone at NHS for a wonderful year. The Class of ' 75 leaves with pride. 191 GRADUATION SPEAKERS And, while it is true that professional teachers are most qualified to run the classrooms, the community has the right and the obligation to be a part of the school system. After all, you do have a vested interest, as parents, in the product, as do I, a student. You, by virtue of your longevity, have experiences and judgments that would be invaluable to the development of the student as an individual and as a citizen. It is far past the time that these resources be tapped in an effort to fur¬ ther education in the town of Natick. — Stuart Davidson Class President Luckily, for America, the young people, the newly graduated, are considered the most idealistic, the most hopeful. It is this idealism, this hope in the future which will sus¬ tain and nourish our society. Individually, none of us, not one of us can do everything or anything, for that matter. But collectively, we can do anything. Society is everyone’s responsibility. It is not a question of belonging to society — the minute you are bom you are part of society. It is a question of becoming useful members of society. America in which we live today was built by our parents. America in the year 1995 will be built by us, the Class of 1975. — Maryellen McCann In the past, unity was achieved in this country by jointly asserting our rights to govern ourselves and to defend our principles against a common foe, but today what we need to achieve unity is a spirit of interdependence between man and his government. Ours is one of the few societies in which the government can work effectively while the people are left with a max¬ imum of personal freedom. The key to this system is that our country’s founders did not lose sight of the fact that the government depends on us as much as we depend on the government. Wherever we go, let us be involved in what is going on around us. Let us be conscious of our surroundings. If we become involved, we will find that the world has some¬ thing to give us, and we have something to give the world. — Eric Luftman If we stop for a moment and examine our family, we will find that each one has something to offer us. The youngest member can teach us patience, if only we keep in mind that we were once babies too. Our grandparents are storehouses of wisdom and experience, if only we will draw from them. Each family member is capable of nourishing the others with his ideals and attitudes. We must, however, take time to communicate with one another in order that we may reap the benefits from the experiences of others. Whether we are going on to college or stepping into the working world, let us incorporate into our new families a part of our first family, in order that we may blend the ties between our past and our future. Greater independence will be ours if we stand tall, supported by our family tree. — Barbara Jean Croft Life is so incredibly short, that we must constantly remind ourselves to enjoy whatever it is that we find our¬ selves doing. We owe it to ourselves to enjoy that life we were given and to live it with a minimum of regret and a maximum of fulfillment. — Charles Alpers 193


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