Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH)

 - Class of 1965

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Headmaster Bowdoin College, Boston Univer- sity, Harvard University, Tilton- ian, Tower, Public Speaking Jason W Perkins A B M.A. French Dartmouth College Middlebury College Chairman, Language Dept Student Council Robert B. Selvin, A.B., Ed.M. English Wesleyan University, Fitchburg State Teachers College, J.V. Soc- cer, J.V. Basketball David E. Eaton, B.s., M.s. Rwlwfd P Ryerson A B Mathematics Gorham State Teachers College University of Notre Dame, Chair- man, Math Dept., Director, Sum- mer School, Sophomore Advisor Chester H. Brown, A.B. Latin Harvard University, Supervisor, Work Program i iw C Walter B. Spencer, B.A., M.S. Chemistry Yale University, University of Pitts- burg, Chairman, Science Dept., J.V. Tennis, Photography Club l Archie W. Berry, B.S. Earth Science Lehigh University, Varsity Cross Country, Mineral Club Donald L. Kingsbury, B.S. Director of Studies, Biology University of New Hampshire, Junior Advisor Louis H. Palmer Jr., A.B., A.M. English Williams College, Oxford Univer- sity, Senior Advisor, Chairman, English Dept. iw .unw""" Alfred D. Nicholson, A.B. Director of Admissions, English Bowdoin College Ross R. Roberts, B.A., M.B.A. Mathematics University of Vermont, Columbia University,- Varsity Soccer, J.V. Skiing, Varsity Golf H. Shaw Scates, .lr., A.B. History, Art Memphis State University,' Arts Robert .l. Penberthy, A.B., B.D. Chaplain Duke University, Reserve Football, Varsity Track, Debating Society William J. Schmidt, B.S., M.A. History Stroudsburg College, University of Pennsylvania: Head Trainer, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track John F. MacMorran, A.B., M.A. French Bowdoin College, Boston Univer- sity: Junior Class Advisor, Knowles Hall Housemaster, Dramatics Club, Discipline Chairman Edward J. Burke, A.B. English Colby College, Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, J.V. Baseball David N. Smith, B.A., M.A. History Cornell University, University of Raymond U. Stebbins, B.S., M.A. Mathematics Boston College, University ot New Hampshire, Reserve Football, Re- serve Basketball, Varsity Baseball Jesse K. Brennan, Ph.D. John E. Bachman, A.B. Mathematics Spqnigh Massachusetts, J.V. Football, Var- sity Track, Junior Advisor Kenyon College Johns Hopkins University, Reserve Football, Reserve Basketball, Re- serve Baseball, Publicity Director James W. Bates, A.B., M.A. Mathematics Brown University, Boston Univer- sity: J.V. Football, J.V. Hockey, Varsity Track James H. Bride, A.B., M.A.T. English Liehigh Uliiversliy' Brown ilnivef' Richard P. Jones, A.B. sity, Varsity Football, Varsity Ski- , ing English Harvard University: Varsity Cross Mrs Virginia P Bride A B Country, Varsity Track, Parncrssus French Smith College, French Club Merrill K. Russell C. Hansen, B.S. Physics Spanish University of Rhode Island, Radio Yale University Club' Sklmg Rodman C. Schefier, A.B. English Brown University: Varsity Soccer, Freshman Advisor Edward H. 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L . , . A4 ' sf. , Mr 5' AT' -- 'V 1: Jgiu, 4 11- 3 1 mm ""'E! efA My PETER BILL BLASINI 2740 Seward Avenue Bronx 73, New York "Blaz" . . . Yale University . . . Freeman! Get in your room!!! Hey, Mark, I got a letter from "Twig" today!!! . . . Got to call M.A .... Kyaking . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honors I, 2, 4, Highest Freshman average prize, Freshman science prize, Biology prize, Math IO prize, American History prize. Activities: Class President 2, 3, Student Council 'I, 2, 3, 4 Cpresidentl 3, French Club 2, 3 Cpresidentl, 4, Tiltonian Staff 4, Tower 4, Parnassus 2, 3. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer I, 2, Varsity Soccer 3, 4, J.V. Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES ALAN ZION 505 East 79th Street New York, New York SCOTT BIREN LAU RANS I7 Moreland Terrace New Bedford, Massachusetts "Crusader Rabbit" . . . University of Pennsylvania . . . Weekends at the Sutton . . . But, Mr. Eaton, I wasn't asleep . . . Operator, the Credit Card number is -997- 745'I-K684 . . . If Jepson's speakers get any bigger l'll hire a live orchestra . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Hosea Burnam Prize tor Biology. Activities: President of Senior Class, Vice-President of Stu- dent Council, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Outing Club I, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurerJ, French Club 3, 4, Treasurer of Freshman Class. Team Sports: Varsity Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4 lCaptainJ, Varsity Track, I, 2, 3, 4. Schmoo . . . Syracuse University . . . Gobble . . . Tab and Shane on the road . . . There just ain't any ius- tice . . . Hurry up, Bruce . . . What do you mean we arenft allowed in here . . . Guitar playing at night . . . Who says it'simpossibIe . . . Batman . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3, 4. Activities: Student Chapel Fund, Tower Staff QSenior's Edi- tori 3, 4, Tiltonian 3, 4, Vice-President of Senior Class, French Club 4. Team Sports: Soccer 3, Track 3, 4. ll 1 I THOMAS GRAHAM SNOW 58 Walnut Street Holden, Massachusetts "Tarmas" . . . That's no flag, it's a windsockl . . . Con- trol tower to Bad News . . . Saaaaay, Tarm . . . lniect- ing chicks . . . Three spades to you, Mr. Eaton . . . Ho- bart . . . Fourth period wrestling matches . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, National Merit Scholarship letter ot Commendation, Holton Prize l. Activities: Outing Club l, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 2, 3, 41, Varsity Club 3, 4, Tiltonian T, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary l, 2, 4. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 'l, 2, V. Soccer 3, 4, J. V. Basket- ball 'l, 2, 3 fCapt. 31 V. Basketball 4, J.V. Baseball l, 2, Cum Laude DAVID FRIEND 7 Merrill Lane Rocky Hill, New Jersey "Friendly Dave" . . . Yale University . . . "Boing" . . Playing the piano . . . chess . . . playing with rocks . . . "Whoa!" . . . Amateur plastic explosives club . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3, 4, Bauch 81 Lomb Science Medal, Ford Foundation New York State regional award. Activities: Radio Club 3, 4 lPres.j, Chess Club 4 lPres.D, Manager ot WTSR, Mineral Club 3, 4 CVice Pres.J, Glee Club 3, 4, Arts Club 3, 4, Yearbook iPhoto Ed., V. Baseball 3, 4. RICHARD WARREN SMITH 709 High Street Bath, Maine "F Smee" . . . Bowdoin . . . "C'mon Chuckles, keep it clown" . . . Reminiscing about dear ol' Sprucewold Lodge . . . listening to the Beach Boys . . . Reading Popular Boating . . . "It I have to go to Bowdoin I'll . . ." Trying to talk seriously to Chuck and Bruce??? . . "OWWWWWWT!!!!!" Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, N.M.S.Q.T. Letter ot Commendation. Activities: German Club 2, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2 CPres.J 3, 4, Tiltonian 3, 4 lNews Editor, 4, French Club 3, 4 CTreasurerD, Proctor 4, Tower Staff 3, 4. Team Sports: Varsity Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN MILLS ANDERSON 264 Euclid Avenue Hackensack, New Jersey "Steve" . . . Syracuse University . . . Itake Frenchl Great Googamonga . . . Hc1'wa'ya . . . Watching the mi- gratory habits ot a rather large species of water fowl Activities: Arts Club 3, 4 lSecretaryD: Parnassus 4: Outing Club 3, Proctor: Vice-President of Junior Class. Team Sports: Track 2, 3, 4 lMgr.D, Ski Team 3. JONATHAN AHLIN 627 Concord Road Sudbury, Massachusetts "Jon" . . . Massachusetts Maritime Academy . . . "See you at the Sutton" . . . Water and snow skiing . . . Activities: Arts Club 3, 4. Team Sports: Track 3, 4. THOMAS ALEXANDER BARBER R,R. 4 South 24th Street Quincy, Illinois "Alex" . . . Colorado U .... "You don't!" . . . Trying to get into College . . . "Boy, did I ever suck wind" . . . Playing lacrosse . . . Soaking bennies on Pete's Piazza . . . "Where's the meter" . . . Trips to 86th Street . . . "The Teutonic Adonis???" . . . Scholastic Achievement: National Merit Letter of Commen- dation. Team Sports: J.V. Tennis 3: Varsity Tennis 4. RICHARD STEPHEN BATORSON 83 Hawthorne Avenue Needham, Massachusetts "Steve" . . . "Keep it clean" . . . broken legs . . . Brad- ley University . . . Activities: Varsity Club 4, Radio Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Tennis 4. BRUCE HOWARD BRADBURY Newtields Road Exeter, New Hampshire Food forays . . . "Hi Ralph" . . . You spell it N-E-W, Stupid! . . . Let's go to the J.S .... Gobble, Gobble l'm in trobble . . . Molergies . . . Moth IV? . . . Smeeee . . . New College . . . Escaping . . . C.F. . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 'l, 3, 4. National Merit Scholarship Finalist. Activities: Tiltonian T, 2, 3, 4 CEditor-in-Chieflg French Club 3, 4 CVice Presidentl: Arts Club 3, 4: Tower 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2: German Club 2: Vice-President of Freshman Class. Team Sports: Cross Country T, 2, 3, Ski Team 3. ROBERT CHOATE BISCHOFF 7507 Powder Springs Road Marietta, Georgia "Y.B.O." . . . University of Rochester . Trips to the milk store . . . What Else . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Outing Club 4. Q Q x A , . . . "Zero .1 , . L, K ., .,,, f,-ts. V ss- - Ifsviiif .,.. . .. ,ss.:f..t.,. ' - ILT Af as milf V l ' Rt M ill may l X -. -l 'l :':i "1-iiifiw t ' ' BRANFORD SYMONDS BRENNON JR. T22 Parkview Avenue Lowell, Massachusetts "Buddy" . . . Syracuse University . . . Who, me, take a Chem cut? . . . Worrying about girls . . . Worm, does my hair look all right? . . . Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4 CSecretaryj, Outing Club 3, 4, Tower Staff 3, 4: Tiltonian StaFf 3, 4: Proctor 4. Team Sports: J.V. Football 3: J.V. Basketball 3, J.V. Tennis 3: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity Tennis 4. BRUCE PARKER BUNKER R. F. D. H. Gilford, New Hampshire "Bunk" . . . I hate townies! I! . . . Where am I going to be accepted? An extra year for what? . . . Another day, another rejection . . . U.N.H. . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Varsity Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Football 4, Varsity Skiing 4: Varsity Track 4. JOHN CHRISTOPHER CARRIER 838 Bonnie Brae Casper, Wyoming "Chris" . . . Saturday nights in the salon . . . Talking to the Dean about schools . . . Painting . . . Hiking in B.P. Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3. Activities: Parnassus CEditorD 4, Arts Club 3, 4, Glee Club Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 3: Tennis 3, Varsity Soccer 4. s ROBERT WILLIAM CHEPULIS lOl8 Osgood Street North Andover, Massachusetts "Bob" . . . Tufts . . . "Why won't my roommate him alone?" . . . Bothering "Beads" . . . Walking around the dorm bothering people . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3, 4. Activities: Glee Club 35 Science Club 45 Varsity Club 4. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 35 J.V. Baseball 35 Varsity Soccer 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Varsity Baseball 4. FRANCIS JOHN CHAPLES 20 Bay Street Tilton, New Hampshire "Skip" . . . University of New Hampshire . . . Impressing teachers with a quiet attitude . . . "'BlG DEAL!" Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll, 2, 3. Activities: Science Club 3, 4. Team Sports: J.V. Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Track 3. leave BASIL CHARLES CHIGAS 7 Andover Road Billerica, Massachusetts "Baze" . . . Boston University . . . Be serious, who would lknow at Miss Hall's . . . Girls . . . M.G.B.'s . . . Activities: Arts Club 45 Debating Society 35 French Club 35 Proctor5 Secretary of Junior Class5 Dramatics Club 4. Team Sports: Track 3, 4. RICHARD ELLIS COLMAN 20 Fourth Street Attleboro, Massachusetts "Dick" . . . U.Mass .... "Oh, that ain't bad." . Activities: Science Club 4, Outing Club 4. Team Sports: Track 4. Cum Laude JOHN MARSHALL COHEN 380 Humphrey Street Swampscott, Massachusetts "Parrot" . . . "Well, what can we do to him tonight? . . . "No Sweat, this is only my tenth rejection . . . Giving Grief . . . Writing poetry tor Mr. B .... Mixing batches of NI3 . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3, 4. Activities: Science Club fPres.D 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Tiltonian 3, 4, Parnassus QEditorJ 3, 4. RICHARD LAWRENCE CONNOR 60 Congress Street Bangor, Maine "Fast Coon" . . . Phil, pass the ball to me and let Me freeze it . . . Hi S.A.T .... Keep your eye on the tront rim coach . . . sports . . . Activities: Tiltonian 3, 4, Tower 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, CV-Pres. 31 CPres. 4D Student Council I, 2, 3, Varsity Club 4, Proctor 3, 4. Team Sports: .l.V. Football I, 2 CCapt. 2j, J.V. Basketball I, 2 fCapt. QJ, .I.V. Baseball l, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4 CCo-Capt.J, Varsity Track. 4 i ARTHUR PETER DEXTER 28 Village Road Newtonville, Massachusetts "Flex" . . . Boston University . . . "Check the definition . . . Free weekends at the Ratskeller . . . Catching rays on Pete's Piazza . . . "Me and Lurch" . . . "Don't stand on the weights" . . . Activities: Varsity Club 3, 4, Talent show committee 4. Team Sports: Varsity Football 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Track 3, 4 tCaptainJ. BRIAN CHARLES DONOVAN 79 Exeter Street West Newton, Massachusetts "Chico" . . . Boston College . . . "boss" . . . Sleep Sleep . . . Sleep . . . ' Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. ' 'L Activities: Arts Club 4. ft Team Sports: Varsity Hockey 4. LOUIS PAUL DUBOWICZ 382 South Washington Street North Attleboro, Massachusetts "Dubo" . . . Where's Batorson . . . Hey Ralph, what's f the math assignment . . . Watching roommates come and Activities: Radio Club 4. DONALD JAMES ECKLEY Keene Valley, New York "Don" . . . University of Vermont . . . Ski . . . Ski Ski . . . Ski . . . Follow the Torch . . . Activities: Outing Club 3, Varsity Club 3, 4. Team Sports: Varsity Skiing 3, 4 CCaptainD. ALAN ENGELMAN Hatchberry Hill Road Weston, Connecticut "Al" . . . Give Flack to "B . . ." . . . Blowing Z's Bridge class . . . Hey, Pete, you don't have the smallest nose in the world . . . Hartwick College . . . Activities: Tiltonian Staff 4, Chairman School St Chapel Drive. Team Sports: Varsity Track 3. PETER MARVIN ECKLUND 23 High Street Milford, New Hampshire "Pete" . . . Sleeping . . . Grinding? . . . Activities: Tiltonaires 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Photo Club 3 Team Sports: Varsity Skiing 4 lMgr.J ' S udent PHILIP MICHAEL ENGLESON 720 South Avenue Williamson, New York "Flip" . . . Lycoming College . . . Who's going to New York this weekend . . . Where's little Hozz . . . Squirt gun tights . . . Walks . . . Activities: Glee Club 35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Arts Club 3, 4. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 35 Golf 3, 4. PETER MAXWELL FERTIG 22 Richard Road Lexington, Massachusetts "Ferndyke" . . . Tufts University . . . Hey, Nose . . Karen . . . Dropping stink bombs on the bat cave . . . Chapel Hill riots . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3. Activities: Dramatics Club 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 4. Team Sports: Varsity Soccer 3, 45 Varsity Hockey 3, 45 Var- sity Track 3, 4. SIDNEY RUSTON FLANDERS 2673 Larry Center Eau Gallie, Florida "Rusty" . . . Animal . . . Best learn a trick! Can't see no way! I made the Dean's List. ZZZZzzzzzzzzzz! l ! ! ! Activities: Varsity Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 4. HARRY SUTTON FURMAN 27 Deerfield Road Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts "Worm" . . . Why, the audacity other . . . Cornell Uni- versity . . . Calling Glen Falls, New York . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Activities: Outing Club 2, 3 Ureasureri, 4 QV. Presj, Arts Club 4, Proctor 3, 4, Tiltonian Staff 4. Team Sports: Reserve Football T, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Ski Team 3, 4, J.V. Tennis 2, 3, Var- sity Tennis 4. MARTIN GARDENER FREEMAN 55 Iris Street Clearwater Beach, Clearwater, Florida "Marty" . . . Hey! Blasini, what are ya doing out ot your room . . . Southern Methodist University . . . Out of here, Carrot-top! . . . Reading "James Bond" in Chemistry class Activities: Arts Club 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, Glee Club 4. Team Sports: J.V. Basketball 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Track 3, 4. JOSEPH GALLAGHER 75 Burley Street Danvers, Massachusetts "Gus" . . . Freakin' ticks me off . . . Hey, Phil, Gary, Rich-wait tor me . . . Water tights in the bathroom after ll lights . . . Activities: Tower Staff 2, 4 lLayout Editorj, Tiltonian 3, 4 lSports Editorj, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Proc- tor 4, Treasurer ot Class 2. Team Sports: Reserve Football l, Reserve Baseball 'l, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Hockey 2, 3 lCapt.D, J.V. Baseball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Hockey 4, Varsity Track 3, 4. BARRY NATHAN GOREVITZ 27 Quimby Street Haverhill, Massachusetts "Goose" . . . Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Debate Club 2, 3, 4, CSec.- Treas.D Arts Club 4, Parnassus 4, Proctor 4. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 1, 2, 3, J.V. Hockey 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 4, Varsity Hockey 3, 4. PHILIP MICHAEL HAMBLET 346 Main Street Keene, New Hampshire "Flip" . . . Keene, Center ot the Universe? . . . Pass it, will you Rich . . . She's iust an awful nice girl . . . Hook it, will you, Son? . . . Athletics . . . Monopoly games . . . Hartwick College . . . Activities: Varsity Club 3, 4, Radio Club 3. Team Sports: Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4 fCo-Captainj, Varsity Track 3, 4. RICHARD ALBERT GOYETTE, JR. 757 Pearl Street Franklin, New Hampshire "Dick" . . . Tufts University . . . "Hey, Sandal, got a butt? . . . Franklin ain't too bad . . . Think l'll take an- other weekend . . . Watch it Scates, l'm still bigger than you . . . Alittle dab'll do ya." . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Activities: Tower, Business Manager 4, Arts Club 3, 4. Team Sports: J.V. Cross Country 2, 3, Track 3. THOMAS MICHAEL HERLIHY Middle Haddam Road Portland, Connecticut "Rock" . . . You know John, I haven't written enough con- duct slips this week . . . You are indeed a prince. A prince of tops as it were, but none-the-less a prince . . . Freight train ride to A.F .... C.F .... Baggin' rays on Pete's piazza . . . Syracuse U . . . Bye, Bye, Eli . . . Dana Hall visit . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 2, 3, N.M.S.Q.T. Letter of Commendation. Activities: Headwaiter 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Tiltonian 3, 4, French Club 2. Team Sports: Skiing 2, Track 3. HAMMOND CHASE HOSMER, JR. 63 South Street Rockport, Massachusetts "Butch" . . . New York, anyone? . . . Bonnie . . . Water Fights . . . Playing bridge . . . University ot Massachu- setts . . . Team Sports: Track 3. RICHARD CHANCE HOWLETT 3770 Ingomar Street N.W. Washington, D.C. "Howdy" . . . Ohio Wesleyan University . . . "Well, I know, but" . . . "OH, about 59 cents" . . . Listening to the INDY 500 . . . "Do you want a conduct slip?" . . . Activities: Outing Club 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Arts Club 4, Yearbook 4 Csports Ed.J. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 3. DONALD EDWARD HUMPHREY 77 Elizabeth Circle Needham, Massachusetts And more running . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Varsity Club 4, Tower 4. Team Sports: Cross Country 4, Track 4, GARY CHARLES HUNT i566 North Union Street Manchester, New Hampshire 'fStump" . . . Hey Dupree! . . . Springfield College . . . Let's have a little daba . . . Phil, Larry, wait a minute . . . Hey, coach, third rib . . . Playing guitar . . . Writing let- ters to M.P .... Sports . . . Activities: President of Freshman Class 'l, Vice-President of Sophomore Class 2, Representative of Junior Class 3, Proc- tor 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4 CPres.i. Team Sports: J,V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, CCap- taini J.V. Basketball T, J.V. Hockey 2, Varsity Hockey 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 1 lCaptainJ, Varsity Baseball 3, 4 lCaptaini. STEVEN MARSHALL HUNT Dahlgren, Virginia "Steve" . . . University of Virginia . . . Back to Dixie . . . Swimming . . . Hunting . . . Water Skiing . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Science Club 4, Proctor 4. Team Sports: .l.V. Football 3. "Hump" . . . Brown University . . . Running . . . "You guys and your cheap physical stuFf" . . . Running . . . "Win a few, lose a few" . . . Letters to California . . . PAUL HOUSTON LAWRENCE 307 Nehoiden Street Needham, Massachusetts "Whimpy" . . . Hartwick . . . "Rusty-KILL!" . . . "Yes" . . . Dumping on Rusty . . . Activities: Varsity Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Football 4, Varsity Hockey 4 CMost Valuable Playerj. FRANKLIN THOMAS JEPSON 5 Webb Road North Tarrytown, New York "Jeps" . . . Syracuse University . . . "Meet you at George's" . . . Guided tours of New York . . . "Watch out tor the bugs in the expresso" . . . Scholastic Achievement: Time Current Events Test, first place, Honor Roll 4. Activities: Radio Club 3, 4, Tiltonian 2, 3, 4, Tower 4, Stu- dent Council 4, WTSR Vice President 4, German Club 2. Team Sports: Track 3, 4. CLEMENT WAYNE LIBBY 38 Parker Street Laconia, New Hampshire "Lump" . . . University of New Hampshire . . . "Well, maybe it'll come tomorrow" . . . Team Sports: J.V. Football l, 2, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4 Cmanagerj, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LAWN ER 802 Otterbein Avenue Dayton, Ohio "Harpo" . . . The thing is . . . It might be . . . Close . . . Boston University . . . Brown Nosing Hufting . . . Bridge . . . Stink bombs . . . Activities: Photography Club 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Tiltonian 45 Radio Club 4. Team Sports: J.V. Tennis Mgr. 35 Varsity Tennis Mgr. 4. THOMAS LAWRENCE LUCAS Champy Lane Methuen, Massachusetts "Luke" . . . Merrimack College . . . After lights tights . . . Activities: Outing Club 'l, 2, 35 Varsity Club 45 Proctor 4. Team Sports: Reserve Football 25 Baseball 'lp J.V. Hockey 2, 3, 4 fCapt.D5 J.V. Baseball 25 J.V. Football 35 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 4. That's LAWRENCE BERT LIPTON 237 Ryan Street New Bedford, Massachusetts "Sonny" . . . Yeah, well I might . . . That's the thing . . . Hey Harpo, how's Harriet? . . . Give grief to "B . . ." Vespa . . . Letters to Natine . . . B.U. . . . Activities: Photography Club 3, 45 Tiltonian 45 Glee Club 25 Outing Club 25 French Club 2, 3, 4. water RONALD MILTON MACFARLANE 70 Williamson Avenue Newburyport, Massachusetts "Ron" . . . Franklin College . . . Playing guitar with my roommate . . . arguing with my roommate . . . reading Russian stories . . .Thinking of M.J.B. . .. Activities: Tiltonaires 45 Glee Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Track 4. WILLIAM PAUL NEAL, JR. Scarsclale Manor Apartments Scarsolale, New York "Springer" . . . "All right, quiet down" . . . "Take heed!" . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Glee Club 3, 45 Radio Club 35 Debating Society 45 Head Proiectionist 3, 4. fv' . ssgif .,,-. -Nz' K EZ! . .C sstss ,,s . A., . WARREN FRANCIS MYERS 25 Wilson Street Revere, Massachusetts "Warren" . . . Holy Cross . . . Sidney!! . . . Defending Revere Beach . . . Playing Sports Scholastic Achievement: Honors 4. Activities: Varsity Club 45 Science Club 45 Dramatics Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 4. ROGER ANDREW PAYER 1 Amherst Terrace Nashua, New Hampshire "Rodge" . . . University of Vermont . . . "Harpo, you vegetable" . . . pool . . . ping-pong . . . Drinking Coke ...Tennis . . . Skiing . .. Activities: Science Club 4, Radio Club 3, 4. CHARLES CAMPBELL PATTEN 659 Belknap Road Framingham Center, Massachusetts "Charlie" . . . C'mon, let's keep the noise down . . . Snack Bar raids . . . Daily letters to June Bug . . . Nich- ols College . . . Activities: Tiltonaires 2, Glee Club 2, Arts Club 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Proctor 4. Team Sports: Track 3, I.B.A. Basketball 2, 3, 4. JAMES THOMAS PETTEE 90 Westforcl Street Chelmsford, Massachusetts "Jim" . . . University of New Hampshire . . . Who got the mail . . . New York, anyone? . . . She finally wrote! . . . Squirtgun warfare . . . Activities: Varsity Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4. Team Sports: Varsity Cross Country 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4. MARK EDWARD PRICE Route 7, Highway 70 A West Burlington, North Carolina "Rebel" . . . Ya'II sure do talk funny . . . Did ya get a letter, Blaz? . . . Brevard College . . . Procrastinating ...Flysouth . .. Activities: Tiltonaires 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Proctor 4. Team Sports: Varsity Track 3, 4. JAMES EATON POSSEE TOO Turner Park Montour Falls, New York "Foss" . . . Colgate University . . . "Honest, Scott, I haven'tgota squirt gun" . . . "Ping-pong, anyone?" . . . Excommunicating bugs . . . "Got any food, BIas?" . . . Swatting flies . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Outing Club 3, 4, Glee Club Accompanist 3, 4, Dramatics 4. Team Sports: J.V. Soccer 3, J.V. Skiing 3 fCapt.J, .I.V. Ten- nis 3, Varsity Soccer 4, Varsity Skiing 4, Varsity Tennis 4. DAVID JOHN PYBUS 41 West Woodbridge Road North Andover, Massachusetts "Pyb" . . . Hey Warren, wake me up for the World Series . . . University of New Hampshire . . . Blowing Z's . . . Guess how many classes I iust slept through? . . . Horizon- tal Heaven-here I come . . . Activities: Science Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Soccer 4, Varsity Baseball 4. FREDERICK CUTTER SANBORN 8 Black Horse Terrace Winchester, Massachusetts "Beads" . . . "Phi-Sci Freddy" . . . Electritying doorknobs . . . Play the piano . . . Scholastic Achievement: N.M.S.Q,T. Letter of Comm tion. Team Sports: Track 3, 45 Cross-Country 4. Activities: Radio Club 3, 45 Mineral Club 3, 45 Outing Club 3, 45 Chapel Organist 3, 45 WTSR 4. K WILLIAM JOHN SCHLACKS 2585 Hidden Valley Road La Jolla, California "Surfer" . . . University of Colorado . . . S. P. 8t C. Thanks, roommate . . . Laugh: SSssss , . . l'll do i morrow . . . Activities: Varsity Club 3, 45 Arts Club 3. Team Sports: Varsity Tennis 35 Varsity Track 4. Winner of All-school Race. l' to- enda- MICHAEL CHARLES SAYLES 456 Bair Road Berwyn, Pennsylvania "Soupy" . . . Yogi . . . Springfield College . . . She's oft the big . . . Wiftle ball . . . board . . . Weekends in Needham with? . . . Monopoly . . . Chico, get lost . . . Hey, Flip, get up . . . l'm up tor this one . . . Hustle, hustle . . . Activities: Varsity Club 3, 4 lSecretary TreasurerD5 Proctor 4. Team Sports: Varsity Football 3, 4 lCaptainJ5 Varsity Hockey 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 4. DENNIS DUKE SMITH I5 Cedar Street Tilton, New Hampshire "Duke" . . . Yale University . . . "Who's coming over this Saturday?" . . . Hey, Zy, they're cheaper on 42nd St." . . . Taking tlack from the Moose . . . lt's a Caaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakmobiIe" . . . "What Yearbook?" . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Role l, 2, 3, 4, National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Algebra I Prize, Chemistry Prize, Physics Prize. Activities: French Club 3, 4 lPres.l, Tiltonian 2, 3-4 lFeature Eclitorj, Dramatics 4, Tower 3, 4 lEditor in Chiefl. Team Sports: J.V. Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, .l.V. Skiing 2, Varsity Skiing 3. WILLIAM MORDEN SWEET 24 Oakwood Circle Bristol, Connecticut "Ralph . . . Ricky" . . . Robin . . . anyone for Follow the Dots . . . Guess whose fault it is? . . . I don't like your altitude . . . How are your marks? . . . Then, after my Grandmother killed her fifth lion of the day . . . Any- body need a penpal? . . . Creating poems to light up my clay . . . Reparata andthe Delrons . . . Activities: French Club 4, Editorial Assistant of Tiltonian 4, Assistant Senior's Editor ot the Tower 4. Team Sports: Varsity Track 4, I.B.A. wr' HERBERT ARTHUR STRIESFIELD 46 Windsor Street Haverhill, Massachusetts "Herb" . . . That's Close . . . Boston University GreatI!!!! . . . Ya, well I might just do that believable . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3, 4. Activities: Tiltonian 3, 4, Tiltonaires 3, 4, Glee Club 3 4 Dramatics Club 3, 4, Tower lAssociate Editorj 4. RICHARD GRAD TRAISTER 9 Columbia Park Haverhill, Massachusetts "Dick" . . . Really? . . . Eating apples . . . Anticipat- ing vacations . . . Playing banio . . . waiting for his first big hit . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 3, Spanish ll Prize. Proctor 4. Team Sports: Varsity Cross Country 3, 4 lCapt.J, New Eng- land Cross Country Champ 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4. JOHN HYLAN WALANTIS A . Hollis Street Groton, Massachusetts "Woe" . . . What's the sticky . . . Catching rays on Pete's Piazza . . . Hey, Tom, it's your night to take at- tendance . . . That don't mean squat . . . Anybody for New York-I hear they have good libraries there . . . Boston U . . . Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Arts Club 4, Tower StaFf lEditor of Articles, 4, Tiltonian StaFf lBusiness Manager, 4, Chapel Fund Drive, Headwaiter 4. Team Sports: J.V. Hockey 2, Varsity Hockey 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. t GEOFFREY HYDE WALKER ? 250 Main Street Salisbury, Massachusetts "Geof" . . . Golf . . . Skiing . . . Clark University . . Oh, Poo. . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4 Activities: Art Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. Team Sports: Football 3, 4, Skiing 3, Golf 3, 4. Activities: Tower StaFf 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, RODERICK EARL WHITTIER 708 Shelburne Street Burlington, Vermont "Rodd" . . . Geesum Crow . . . Greta . . . Singing with my roommate . . . arguing with my roommate . . . Uni- versity of Vermont . . . Activities: Tiltonaires 45 Glee Club 4. Team Sports: Varsity Basketball 45 Varsity Track 4. JAMES EDWARD WHITTEMORE Webster Place Franklin, New Hampshire "Teclclo" . . . University of New Hampshire . . . "Shut up, Smith . . . But, Mr. Penberthy . . . On what do you base that statement? Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll, 4. Activities: French Club 45 Tower 4. Team Sports: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLAN FRANCIS WHITTY 77 Chapel Street Norwood, Massachusetts "Bullwinkle" . . . Boston College . . . "That's life" . . . Trying to teach Surfer math the night before a test when he hasn't cracked a book in a month . . . Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 4. Activities: Glee Club 4, Debating Society 4. Team Sports: J.V. Cross Country 4, Varsity Hockey 4, Varsity Baseball 4. JOHN EATON WILSON, JR. 293 Massachusetts Avenue North Andover, Massachusetts "Sandy" . . . Worchester Poly Technological Institute . . . New York, here I come . . . Water Fights . . . Sue! . . . Playing bridge . . . Activities: Photography Club 4: Radio Club 4. ROBERT ZIELINSKI 44 Mohawk New Britain, Connecticut "Zeke" . . . Mary . . . Playing the piano . . . Anybody , for appleiuice . . . Why, why, why, why . . . Barque ...Yathinkso... Scholastic Achievement: Honor Roll 2, 4. Activities: Outing Club 4, Mineral Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4, Tiltonian 4. Team Sports: Golf I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER BROOKS WINNE 502 Prospect Avenue Oradell, New Jersey "Windshine" . . . Hartwick . . . "Anybody going to Franklin?" . . . Blowing Z's . . . Riding freight trains and browsing through libraries . . . Activities: Arts Club 3, 4. 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Standing: Gleason, Treasurer, Dines, Secretary. 1 1 Sophomore Class Firsf row: McCown, Burrill, Ferranle, Harrison, Flagler, Hansen, Thomason, Taylor, D. Second row: Epstein, Brochu, Possee, Bates, Schaffer, O'l.eary, Caro, Sofer, Sills, Stiles. Third row: Wedlock, Dascoulias, Dantos, Olson, Byk, Bushway, Tambone, Starr, Proctor, Brennon, Mc Kinney, Alfobello. Fourfh row: Mendelson, Rollins, Gilman, Freedland, Zander, Holmes, Erskine, Gross, Corey, Horne. Fiffh row: Traisfer Didsbury, Gibbs, Kenneally, Polisfock, Soforenko, Closson. Sixth row: Gebauer, Sanborn, Carney, McAv0y, Chamberlain, Holt, Saad, Kimball. Sevenfh row: Adler, Emmons, Person, Heilmann, Hovey, Taylor, S., Barker, Linnell, Lanlry. Officers Seated: Wedlock, Presidenh Byk, Vice President. Standing: O'Leary, Treasurer, Possee, Secretary. Freshman Class Firsf row: Bean, Manning, MacDonald, Higgins, Crosby, Bullock, Milnes. Second row: Briggs, Cofsibas, Norcross, Arsenaulf, Wade, Beck Hobbs, Mollilor. 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A ' V 5 f , - iflii'-'TH Q ' 415514 Q bin, , " fr , 3 ,Qi -, 1 ' V' Q W- H fr-ssffss'.1fg,f" fff.0fz?3,5' "2-fvsL4fs.v-I, 1i.'1fff"g , EW , Y - , Q 4 L f -' v "'-L"- pf 1- -ff . 1 Q.. . Wx , ' M'1"'J y ' I ' 1 1 9- ,,,",,, W L x' IIII " .X 4 W'M"1 M ., 5 31 'F m L M' ' ' A-345 .L , 9226" ., - " ' ef " was 4 'RE 3' 1 n ai H.. ,, fm J. fs, -' if - A -ft ' . s ,. r M ,'-W, 1,2 " gf , " -,Q LECTURE SERIES "A Reasonable Adventure" ........ Variety is a primary consideration in the selection of lecturers and performers. "A Reasonable Adven- ture" attempted to introduce the serious and the hu- morous, the intellectual and the entertaining, but al- ways with the view of stimulating the total personality of each individual. There were fifteen programs in this series. The fall program was introduced by .lock Manton, who described the life of a sculptor as he related to his subiects, some of which were very famous. The "Coachmen" helped us to feel the full meaning of folk music. An evening was spent with the pirates and mutinies along the Main coast, while Edward Rowe Snow also described the coming of Santa Claus to the lighthouses there. A vivid description of the Peace Corps was given by Robert Bates of Exeter Academy, who was the director of the first group to Nepal. The Souhegan Men's Chorus rendered an evening of bar- ber shop singing, which was most entertaining. The series for winter began with the outspoken, but penetrating Willem Oltmans. His description of Red China's influence in South America and southeast Asia was fascinating. Some feeling the winter slump were picked-up by Henry l.. Scott, hilarious virtuoso of the piano. Henry Neugebauer had some of the finest slides of Peru, the land of the ancient Incas, that had been seen here in many years. A program of oceanography was presented by Robert Wilson from Washington, D.C. Hibbard Garrett .lames thrilled us with his singing and humor in an adventure in light opera. The spring term brought forth the art and symbol- ism of the world religions, reflections of a schoolmas- ter, and an address to those seniors who were grad- uating with honors. These lectures were given by Kenneth L. Patton, Charles Stanwood and .lohn B. Davis respectively. One of our finest programs was given by a young pianist from Amherst College. The movie "David and Lisa" ended our adventure in a pro- found and moving way. We couldn't help empathizing with those two disturbed adolescents who moved to- ward health as they came to know and see each other as human beings. A 1. '.,'. A. . V ln-my ww Ariiuitivn cwliamzdg First row: R. Smith, F. Sanborn, Friend, Dubowicz, LeFlore Mr Hansen Second row Jepson Lawner Labeckl Patterson Patten Marvin. Third row: Freeman, Wilson, Payer, Merchant, Briggs Arsenault With the addition of the old woodshop to its exist- ing facilities, the Radio and Electronics Club has gained a test-bench and a good deal of much-needed floor space. The old club room is now set aside for the library and KIZSW, the Club's Amateur Radio Station. With the existing transmitter and a receiver we pur- chased this Fall, Advisor Russell Hansen has talked with fellow "Hams" in such places as Swaziland and The Union of South Africa. The Club hopes to pur- chase a larger antenna next year, and perhaps con- tacts with more distant countries will be possible. With the generous cooperation of Mr. Charles M. Brown CClass of l92U, an executive of the Western Union Telegraph Company, the Club has received, gratis, equipment which would cost thousands of dol- lars if purchased. ln addition to much precision test equipment, we received two "lntrafax" tranceivers which can transmit pictures, memos, homework, etc., over wires. The Club is deeply indebted to Mr. Brown and the Western Union Telegraph Company. President David Friend has successfully run code classes for those members interested and has provided the leadership and spirit necessary to make the Club a success. With Jack LeFlore as next year's president, the club should enjoy more success and progress than it ever has in the past. INVESTMENT CLUB First row: Sweeney, Stone, Baker, Burnell. Second row: Spear, Abelson, MacGilpin, Patterson, Labecki. Third row: Bailey, Burwi Marx, J. Taylor. The Investment Club appeared on the Tilton cam- pus for the first time in the Spring of l965. In the brief existence of the club Mr. Nicholson, the club's advisor, has enlightened with knowledge, intrigued with stories, and stimulated with sincerity, the over-all ambition of the club-to learn about the marketing of stocks and bonds. The purpose of the club is not to make monetary gains for any member. lts value is formulated on the knowledge its members acquire. This pursuit of knowl- edge will lead its members on a trip to a Concord Stock Exchange, where the thrill of the market is present. The club offers a chance to participate in the Stock Market. With the capital, acquired by dues, the club will be able to own a few shares in a few companies. lf any profits are recognized by the end of the school year, they are automatically put into the treasury, readily accessible for more stock purchases. The Tilton Investment Club was received well this year. Its eighteen charter members plan to make it one of the most progressive clubs on campus. ck, CHESS CLUB Flrsf row Rosenfield Arsenault, Burwick, Friend, Myerow, Marx, Bailey. Second row: Beck, James Ratzkoff Adler Langen back Erskine Third row Harvey, Silberberg, Kates, Chandler, Striesheld. The Chess Club is a group of Tilton students de- voted to the oldest intellectual game in the world. Members find a supreme satisfaction in the mental challenge which chess poses. The sharpening of one's mind to the subtle complexities of the chess reflects itself in the development of the players' imagination and ability to grasp intricate strategies. Club mem- bers find the game an excellent release from aca- demic life. When playing chess you naturally isolate yourself from your surroundings, devoting yourself entirely to the game. Many games are played outside the weekly after dinner meeting in the peaceful si- lence of the mahogany-panelled Tilton Mansion study. First row: Altobello, Friencl, Wadleigh, F. Sanborn. Second row: Sills, Heald Reese Sienkiewicz Holt Mr Berry Under the inspiring and learned direction of Mr. Archie Berry, the mineral club has continued to offer the finest opportunities to those students interested in mineralogy cmd geology. The club's extensive collec- tion increased substantially this year with the addition of many finds from several successful field trips. The mineral club field trips often lead members far into the wilds of the New Hampshire White Mountains - a region of rare beauty, seldom visited. The club has stressed the importance of qualitative analysis in mineral identification, and this year it acquired a very adequate selection of analytical reagents. The club also invested in several microscopes to aid in the study of crystalography. The club continued to serve the school by making available the complete United States Geodetic Sur- vey map index, aiding other clubs by providing de- tails of terrain for outings and expeditions. Selling these maps in large quantity to the student body at a slight profit eliminates the need for dues, permitting as many as twenty or thirty people to ioin, many of whom have only a secondary interest in mineralogy. The club is one of Tilton's most appealing activities, attractive in some way to just about everyone. mfuafsv 3 ,,,,.,,,.,w,,.,c...e ,,,. l leaf., B Debating Society First row: Neal, Putterman, R. Smith, Gorevitz, D. Taylor. Second row: Soforenko, Corey, Didsbury, Whitty, Silberberg. "Resolved that The Civil Rights Bill is Unconstitu- tional" was the initial topic of the forensic season for this year's debate society. Travelling to Holder- ness early in the Fall season, varsity debaters Rich- ard Smith and Daniel Taylor along with two novice teams, defeated all three opposing squads. Another Fall victory on a diFferent topic was achieved by Basil Chigas and a representative from Milford High School debating the topic "Time For a Change in '65" which concerned the recent presidential election. Because this debate proved to be so successful in Alumni Hall it was repeated a few weeks later at Milford. Supplementing these early Fall victories, the de- bate society began to correlate information concern- ing this year's national topic: "Resolved that Nuclear Weapons Should Be Controlled By An International Organization." Much valuable information on the topic was obtained while attending a discussion at St. Thomas Aquinas High School early in September. After months of tedious preparation, Tilton iour- neyed to New Hampton in December to commence debating on the national resolved. The varsity team of Daniel Taylor and Larry Putterman proved to be the most successful of all three teams although they lost their debate by a one point margin. A novice debate tournament held at the Univer- sity of New Hampshire was the next contest of the year. An entirely new strategy was employed by one of the three novice teams when a philosophical in- terpretation of the resolved was used. Unfortunately the consensus of opinion seemed to be that this orig- inal approach had little merit. During the remaining winter months the entire club's activities were centered around preparing for the annual New York debate at Columbia University which is the largest debate tournament held in the East. Having completed final preparations for the tournament, the varsity team decided to test their arguments against another school before the New York debate. ln February, the varsity team of Daniel Taylor and Richard Smith won a resounding victory in Alumni Hall against Wilbraham Academy. This proved to be most benehcial for the varsity squad before entering Columbia because Tilton's arguments had now been tested and found quite adequate. Debate Coach Robert Penberthy with varsity de- baters Daniel Taylor, Richard Smith, Ken Didsbury and George Corey travelled to Columbia in early March. The highlight of Tilton's debating year was achieved in New York when Daniel Taylor and Rich- ard Smith combined to win three out of their four de- bates. Underclassmen Ken Didsbury and George Co- rey were also quite successful at Columbia. The final event of the year that the debate club sponsored was quite unique in itself. Seven members of the debate club attended a Model Congress held at New Rochelle High School in New York. During May 7, 8, and 9th, a mock congress, made up of both the senate and the house, presented an ideal opportunity for Tilton's debaters to learn about Con- gressional procedures. Each member of our delega- tion was assigned to a diFferent committee to present his individual bill. lf passed in committee, the speaker would then present his bill before the respective house. The maiority of our bills were passed and many enioyable memories will long be remembered at the Congress where we were all afforded the op- portunity of being congressmen for three days. Varsity Club Center: Sayles, G. Hunt, D. Williams. First row: P. Lawrence, Snow, Eckley, Connor, A. Cohen, Parks, D. Wright, Boynton Horner, Lewis. Second row: Schlacks, Lucas, Humphrey, Myers, Walker, Sills, Pettee, Bates, R. Traister, Gallagher. Third row LeFlore, Hart, P. Hamblet, Dexter, Hawley, O'Leary, Wedlock, Albers, Chepulis. The Varsity Club, being one of the newer clubs on the Tilton campus, has made much progress since its origination in the Spring of 1963, thanks to its worthy othcers, Gary Hunt and Mike Sayles, and the club's advisor, Mr. Ryerson. The purpose ot the varsity club is not only to cre- ate an interest in athletics, but also to stimulate academic achievement, thus there is not only a qual- ification standard athletically for induction into the club, but also a minimum academic standard. Mem- bers are expected to abide by certain training rules at all times. Elff UUE . ,, I xg X First row: Mr. Rickard, M. Price, O'Leary, Ecklund, Striesfield, Parks, Karelis, Burwick. Second row: Hart, Dantos, Carrier, J. Cohen, Stewart, Stone, Burnell, MacFarlane. Third row: Lynn, J. Possee, MacDonald, Flanagan, Rollins, Whittier. Top row Neal, Saad, Friend, Spear, S. Williams, Whitty. This year, under the direction of Mr. Edward Rick- ard, the Glee Club again joined together in song with its main purpose being enioyment. New to Til- ton's faculty, Mr. Rickard brought an abundance of new ideas concerning singing to the Tilton campus. Extended rehearsal time was put into eFfect so that the group would have a greater variation in musical selections. The Glee Club accompanist was James Possee of the class of '65, The Glee Club's first appearance was in the school Gymnasium on Parents' day, October 10. Perform- ances at the Franklin Elks Club, the Christmas Vesper service, and the Baccalaureate Service on June 4 occupied the rest of the school year. The climax of the Glee Club school year was the Tenth Annual Lakes Region Glee Club Festival which was held at Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hamp- shire. On May 16, the glee clubs of Holderness, Kim- ball Union, New Hampton, Proctor, and Tilton ioined together and made this annual event a great success. llllllllllllllS First row M Price OLeary Ecklund, Striesfield, Parks, Karelis, Mr. Rickard. Second row Hart Neal Flanagan Stewart Whittier MacFarlane S Williams. The Tiltonaires, Tilton's own triple quartet, had an extremely active and successful year. Also under the direction of Mr. Edward Rickard, the members were chosen from the Glee Club participants. A great deal ot traveling was done by the Tilton- aires during the school year. The group's concerts were held at a church supper in Canaan, New Hampshire, a meeting of the Rebecca Lodge in Til- ton, a convention ot Methodist ministers in Groveton, New Hampshire, and the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club of Franklin, New Hamp- shire. The highlight of the year occurred in March, when the Tiltonaires went on their annual Spring tour. The group had two very enioyable concerts at the Walnut Hill School in Natick, Massachusetts and the Dana Hall School in Wellesley, Massachusetts. UTHN ' A First row R Possee Reese Bischoff, Snow, Furman, Shatter, Laurans, B. Brennon, J. Possee, R Brennan Second row Heald Holmes Rousseau Proctor Raymond, MacGilpin, Erskine, Sills, Bushway. Third row: Manning Beck Starr Kenneally Dogg Hobbs S Lawrence Soforenko, Zander, Dascoulias. Fourth row: Chamberlain, Colman, LeFIore Svenson Howlett F Sanborn Zlellnskl Whltesell Merchant. Fifth row: Falck, Albers, Prescott, Lewis, Gleason, Patterson, Gebauer W Gibbs This year the Tilton School Outing Club under the direction of Mr. Robert Graham experienced an out- standing year. The club climbed six mountains which are all over four thousand feet high. The mountains conquered were Lafayette, Whiteface, Jackson, South Kinsman, North Kinsman, and Garfield. The club finished its trail at Mount Cardigan in Alexan- dria, New Hampshire. The trail, named the Skyland Cutoff, will be maintained by the club for the Ap- palachian Mountain Club. The highlight of the club's year came with the purchase of the Outing Club cabin. The cabin lo- cated in Thornton in the White Mountains was given to the club by Chester J. La Roche, class of '13, a member of the Tilton Board of Trustees. The cabin is strategically located ten miles from Water- ville Valley and twenty-five miles from Cannon Mountain. The cabin is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. There is a brook adiacent to the cabin and an isolated pond which offers op- portunities for both swimming and fishing. The cabin equipped with a stove has a capacity for eight men. Under the direction of Mr. Graham the Outing Club hopes to expand the present eight man capacity to twenty-five. Mr. Graham has a great deal planned for next year's club. The primary task will be using the new cabin to its fullest advantage. DIQAMATIC will ' '- . X . 1' . . First row: Dolan, Reese, Chigas, Connor, B. Brennan, J. Possee, Burrill, D. Smith. Second row: Dantos, Carney, Tucker, Striesfield Karelis, Heilmann, Bates, Bushway. Third row: Dines, Merchant, Howlett, Lewis, Herlihy, Walantis, Engleson, Patterson, Pettee Fourth row: Meyers, Clancy, Saad, Albers, Hawley, Gebauer, Bassett. This year Tilton's Dramatics Club enioyed the unique experience of performing two maior produc- tions, under the direction of Mr. MacMorran. The club presented the fifteenth century morality play, Everyman, in addition to the annual Winter Carnival performance. Arsenic and Old Lace, a former Broadway smash hit, was the club's choice for the Winter Carnival show. Starring in the comedy were Tom Herlihy, in the male lead, and three Tilton-Northfield High School girls, Barbara Havumacki, Mary Robinson, and Anne Adamowicz. Also featured were Bruce Merchant, "Buddy" Brennon, and Jim Clancy. Stage managers John Heilmann and John Walantis were of great as- sistance to "Mr. Mac" in the direction of the play. ln April the group performed the morality play, which featured Rich Connor in the title role, and Dennis Smith as his adversary, Death. The boys went on tour to several New England churches and girls' schools, where the play and cast were both very well received. Plans for next year include steps to further acl- vance the club as an all-year activity instead of the somewhat limited, one-show-a-year troup it has been in the past. With many experienced actors returning, the future of the Dramatics Club is most promising. indent' ' Firsr row: Dudley, R. Smith, Laurans, Blasini, Jepson. Second row: Hawley, Caraway, Aeschliman, Beck, Dogg, Tambone, Munson LeFlore. From the first, this year's Council was well re- ceived by the students and faculty. At the beginning of the year, the 'Council sponsored a drive to get money for the Student Council Treasury. The re- sponse of the students and faculty was overwhelm- ing with donations amounting to two hundred and fifty dollars. This substantial treasury enabled the council to establish a school radio station and con- duct some ot the most successful dances in recent years. Tower Firsf row: Sfriesfield, Howlett, Zion, D. Smith, Friend, Gallagher, Goyefte. Second row: Engleson, Rosenfield, A. Cohen, Aeschli- man, R. Smith, Chepulis, Gorevitz, F. Sanborn. Third row: Lawner, Lipton, Karelis, James, Hawley, Wrighf, Emmons. Fourfh row: Jepson, Bradbury, B. Brennon, Kafes, Gleason, Burwick, Myerow, Bailey. I I T ,. L . , , ,,L1,, 7 V Y i g . - V! A 'VL' X xx A T First row: Jepson, R. Smith, Bradbury, D. Smith, Gallagher, Lawner, Shatter. Second row: Winne, Lipton, Rosenfield, James Gleason, A. Cohen, Burwick, Silberberg. Third row: Walantis, Engleman, Striestield, Marble, Putterman, Kates, D. Taylor, Corey Caro. Fourth row: Bailey, J. Cohen, Sweet, Snow, Zion, Hawley, Herlihy, Aeschliman, Connor, B. Brennon, Fertig, LeFlore. The Tiltonian continued its efforts to make itself the mirror of student opinion and a sounding board for student-faculty discussion. Some progress was made in the areas of editorials and student letters to the editors. However, it is felt that both the stu- dents and staff felt somewhat restrained, by the rather conservative atmosphere and close faculty su- pervision, in matters of utmost campus importance. The Editors hope that in future years the Tiltonian, supported by student-solicited advertisement, can be- come the uncensored personal voice of the students, so that the views of the students can be heard in their true form, to thus further clarify student-faculty de- bate on pertinent topics. 1 Proctors First row: B. Brennon, Chigas, R. Traister, Laurans, Blasini, R. Smith, Sayles. Second row: M. Price, Putterman, Snow, Zielinski, Gallagher, S. Hunt. Third row: Lucas, G. Hunt, Connor, Marble, Aeschliman, A. Cohen. Fourth row: Gleason, P. Hamblet, Cara- way, Furman, Anderson, Patten. PM hy gm First row: Silberberg, Epstein, Harvey, Gray, R. Jones. Second row: Horne, Lawner, Corey, Stiles, Briggs, Mr. Spencer. Hlillill Ellllfl haufunqq .. WSJ! First row: Bradbury, R. Smith, D. Smith, Blasini, Herlihy. Second row: Zion, Rosenfield, Sweet, Bassett, Laurans. Third row: Lipton, M. Price, Fertig. ,-im First row: Chigas, O'Leary, Anderson, Wedlock, A. Cohen, West. Second row: Ahlin, Bradbury, Shaffer, Wade, Hovey, Heilmann, Munson, D. Price, Lewis, Mr. Scates. Third row: Winne, Howlett, Friend, Raymond, Carrier, Marble, Langenbach, Campbell, Horner. Fourth row: Engleson, Baker, LeFlore, Walantis, Ableson, J. Taylor, Marx, Knaust, Krall, Gorevitz. Fifth row: D. Traister, Walker, Emmons, Goyehte, Furman, Hamilton, Moss, Ferrante, Brewer. Parnassus Firsi row: Putlerman, Dines, Carrier, Aeschlimon, A. Cohen, Mr. Jones. Second row: Anderson, Hawley, J. Cohen, Holbrook, Elllllll Elllll Firsf row: Dudley, J. Cohen. Second row: McCown, S. Hunt. Third row: Bailey, Chepulis, Payer, Corey, Winslow, M. Sanborn. .1 Vm,L . 4 21, ',. e, V 'F- LM, , L W, Vi ,mu . ' , -,.. ,n N.. "A' ' 5 f' '-J '-L -, ' -,,' " K K W' H' L i - f A -..H vi -. , A z 5..L,::.f, ti. -- Q ' H 4" -45.45 -, . WVLL i 1 k 1,-.r Q six f Q15 I Q Q .Jim ,f rg. . 'rm f f Q, J. gk A I , ,. , ..., N5 '- MQW ,3?112,1 we LLA, -' as 5 - gn ww .. .9 Q V 1. Q. 'A 2 "2.5..LA"A' -1' X "bJvF'D K 5 -' lf. ' f 5562 If SEI-fi eilw m jg .khA mji w ig , 2,2-fr '-- my ., , " M , . 'Ml 2 1' Jn W, , . 1: f. f ii K r Q- A VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY THE GRUELING SPDRT Coached by Mr. Richard Jones, and led by co- captains Dick Traister and Scott Laurans, the Tilton harriers iogged their way to an undefeated season. High spirit and determination were the principal fac- tors in achieving a 10-0 record for the season and a five year record of 45-'l. The first meet, against Laconia, gave the team the optimism and confidence needed to continue its win- ning streak. Don Humphrey and Dick Traister tied for first place with Scott Laurans close behind. The future potential of the team was shown as Dave Hamilton and Tom Abbott finished strongly. In a second meet with Laconia, the Black and Gold once again proved to be the victor with Don Hum- phrey breaking the Laconia course record. Following the Laconia meet, the ".lones boys" were prepared to encounter K.U.A., the only team able to defeat Tilton in the last five years. The Black and Gold, eager to repay K.U.A. for a blemished record, easily won the contest. Humphrey, Traister, and Laurans finished one, two, and three respectively, with Hamil- ton, Abbott and Bates also giving fine performances. The closest meet of the season was run against Hebron. The day was warm, and dry, but the long three hour drive to Hebron affected various members of the team. By race time, the effects of the ride had disappeared. Humphrey, Traister, and Laurans tied for first place. Hamilton and Bruce Raymond, placing nine and ten respectively, secured the win. The harriers continued their winning streak by de- feating St. Paul's and Berwick. Against Berwick, on the Tilton course, Humphrey lowered the course rec- ord to 12:21. New Hampton proved no competition as Tilton placed Humphrey, Traister, Laurans, and Raymond in positions one, two, three, and four re- spectively. ln a second meet with their rival, the Tilton men made the contrast between schools more poig- nant. As a result of the New Hampton meet, Hum- phrey, Traister, Laurans, Sanborn, Raymond, Hamil- ton, Pettee, and Kates were chosen to represent Tilton in the New England Class B Cross-Country Champion- ship. For the first time in many years, the day of the championship meet was sunny and invigorating. Per- haps the contrast with the bleak and dismal days of former years thickened the optimistic air so character- istic of the team. Traister finished first, Humphrey sec- ond, Laurans fourth, Hamilton twenty-fourth, and Ray- mond thirty-first. But the Tilton team was beaten by Hebron by one point. ". . . to push ourselves beyond our en durance . " 337' am Y -QuTl74, 6. lst row: Mr. Jones, Hamilton, Humphrey, Laurans Qco-capt.J, Traister Cco-capt.J, Raymond, Pettee, Mr. Berry. 2nd row: Coombs Kates Bates Moss, Sanborn, Abbott, Dascoulias, Stiles Cmanagerl. The final meet of the season, against Berwick, was run without the senior members of the team. Still, the Tilton team proved too great a challenge for Berwick. Dave Hamilton set the pace and shattered the Ber- wick course record. He was closely pursued by Ray- mond, Dascoulias, Kates, Bates, and Abbott who all broke the old Berwick course record. As a result ot their win over Berwick, the "Jones boys" are anticipating another winning season led by captain-elect Bruce Raymond. The future team has the necessary potential, determination, and most im- portant the desire to suffer, "tor sufferance is the badge of our tribe." I 4 I 1 4 1 R I 1 l w 4 - v J.V. CROSS COUNTRY In past years the Tilton J.V. cross country squad had few scheduled meets with other schools. The team was limited to running with the varsity team at home meets to gain experience. This year, however, the J.V.'s had several scheduled meets of their own. Under the superb guidance of coaches Jones and Berry, the team concluded the season with an envi- able record of five wins and no defeats. Recapping the season, there were many memora- ble highlights. On Saturday, October 31, the squad traveled to Lawrence Academy, hoping to continue their undefeated way. lt was a cold, raw day, and because of the weather, it was extremely difhcult to warm up for the race. Nevertheless, the team had strong desire and staunch perseverance. Fine races from Pat Moss, the J.V. captain, Gregg Burnell, and Pete Stone gave Tilton their fourth win. The score, however, was 24-32, the team's closest call of the season. ' The most memorable day of the season was the race against Berwick Academy at Tilton. After the Tilton team had turned in their best times of the sea- son, the weary runners were asked to run the five mile Bean Hill course in reverse. The squad went about their assignment dutifully, managing to walk the first mile and even to log the second. Being excellent stu- dents, they realized that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, and therefore, they took a short cut. Hoping to shorten their route, they trudged through swamps and climbed over stumps. Soon they found an opening, but it was to no avail, their short cut had brought them right back where they started! The Tilton J.V.'s will never forget their accomplish- ments this year. Desire and hard work from Chand- ler, Stone, Possee, Moss, Burnell, Kates, Rosenfield, Coombs, and Svenson combined to give Tilton one of its most successful teams. AXL' T04 AW AHA. 1 Ist row: Mr. Jones, Whitty, Trachy, Chandler, Burnell, Reese, Rosenfield, Stone, Cohen, Mr. Berry. 2nd row: Kelly, Svenson, Adler, Didsbury, Possee, R., Taylor, D., Soferenko, Holt, Elkins. VARSITY SOCCER THE ACTION SPORT . .. With the call of ARRUMPLE ARRUMPLE UGLY UMP, the varsity soccer team faced its foe, compiling a sea- son record of five wins, two loses, and three ties. At the beginning of the season, it did not look as though Tilton would be able to replace the players it had lost from last year's Lakes Region Championship team, however, before the first game it became apparent that the individuals had developed into a strong team. This year's squad had speed and brains, both essen- tial elements of a successful team. Speed was ob- tained in two ways, first, by the fleetness of linemen, Boynton, Carrier, Fertig, and LeFlore, and secondly by the continuous substituting of the two lines so that each line would use its maximum potential. In soccer, the ability to kick the ball is worthless if the members of the team do not work together. When the team was working as a unit, the passes became accurate, and the ball was brought up field in a definite planned pattern. One of the major differences in this team from those of the past was our new coach, Mr. Scheffer. In the first few weeks, he gave the team a great basic knowledge of the game, and from there worked on the more complex plays with the two separate lines. Mr. Scheffer also tried to take some of the agony out of the drills, and make them easier and more humor- ous by running races. Occasionally the team was able to work together faultlessly and completely overpower its opponent. An example of this was the game with Fryeburg, where in the first three minutes Tilton scored three goals, and went on to win 5-O. ,C I A K, if W X . ,t fi A -. 5 "t '- .wf.-'. J ' " .. f Q' '52 ' of 'T 'T w .1 V. . M M . me . ww- lui r 1 -. Q '-' - V- at ,.-ttf' f . it . " r L' K ., A -tfaf ,. V. , .. .. . . f - 5 T A, , me X 1 .,. 'Rem asa!-if' A' -4- ,sw ,-532,21 .'-"iw ., gf ig 'S'-H6 5.1: - wifi? 'M' V fiimtlil' srfliifiir.. '5 if' 5 . :gm y-Qitei -, M-ffgjfs . T -a g '- :wtf " 'TQ' r f ' az. ' A 'i - K I f- .- f .9 Z. W-'F1f?ff""'1""x5f" N' V R . 'fai '-nt-' f- asa- 4, .R M... L."--arm ,:.:gpamIg-fee... - -eta, ff i ,.... 1 - 1 2 - 14- 2 -T f .A ' -t"f5t'f'f .. V. -. . .-.A ,.f tw . ,pm 6-9,3 ". . . to be where the action is, but ready in case it ends up elsewhere . . ." 5 . is Tilt? 2 vt? J Probably the greatest moral defeat of the season was the loss to New Hampton. It was during that game that the boys fought their hardest. ln a previous game with the Green, the outcome had been a tie, but the Tilton players had decided to put their greatest effort of the year to defeat them at New Hampton's Parents Weekend. It was not until the end of the fourth period that New Hampton got a goal past the stern Tilton defense. From that time until the end of the game Tilton had complete possession of the ball and only by the superb effort of the New Hampton goalie were they able to prevent our best shots from being goals. Many times the Tilton team obtained a lead and eased off. A few times during the year, Saint Paul's being the best example, the opponents were sparked by this easing off, and made a sudden surge. At the Saint Paul's game we were leading 2-0 at the half time. At the start of the third period, we eased off only enough to allow the opponents to take the lead. During the fourth period of that game Tilton regained the complete control of the ball, but could not boot the ball past the goalie. lst row: Gorevitz, Engelson, Chepulis, Snow, Walton Kcapt.J, Fertig, Possee, J., Currier. 2nd row: Mr. Shefter, Price Cmanagerj, Lewis, Brewer, MacGilpin, Heilmann, O'Leary, Batorson, Hart, Gray, Mr. Roberts. 3rd row: Horner, Sills, Boynton, Wright, Albers, Putterman, LeFlore, Pybus Cmanagerj. The season is over and next year's co-captains, Burt Horner and Jack LeFlore, have been elected by this year's lettermen, the entire team. The graduat- ing members of this year's varsity soccer team chal- lenge these two captains not only to produce a better team, but also to compile a better record! l-.. ,angling J.V. SOCCER Although many of its members were inexperienced, the J.V. soccer team compiled a record of seven wins, one loss, and one tie, one of the best records of the fall season. The attack was led by Dave Kenneally, who scored eight times, while Bob Holbrook and Dick Wadleigh were key men on defense. Mike Aeschliman performed extremely well as goalie, until an iniury in the New Hampton fiasco forced him to surrender his post to Mike Myerow. The team started its season in grand style as Dane Gleason booted a goal in the first minute and a half of the season's opener. Pete James and Kenneally each scored, but Brewster failed to net a single goal during the game. Tilton's next match was fought among the "rolling hills" of the Holderness soccer field. The tight battle ended in a l-O victory for the Black and Gold. The lone score was by Dave Harrison. On Parents' Day, K.U.A.'s hopes of success were smashed by a full-back kick by Wadleigh that scored. The cause was further helped by a goal by Kenneally, and a shot by Chris Starr that was deflected off a K.U.A. player's leg into the net. The visitors entered the third period fighting mad, but their two goals were not enough, and the final tally was Tilton 3, K.U.A. 2. In a hard-fought game with arch-rival New Hamp- ton, the J.V.'s tasted defeat for the first and only time. After four periods the score was O-O, but in the first over-time period, a New Hampton shot was beauti- fully screened, and it dribbled across the goal line. The Tilton squad lost hope and the Green managed to score again, to win, 2-0. An angered, but wiser team journeyed next to Wolfeboro where they trampled Brewster 6-0. Ken- neally and Steve Williams divided the goals equally. Geoff Briggs, Roger Myers, and Myerow, who made his debut as goalie, all put in fine performances. The return match with New Hampton found Ken- neally again dominating the scoring. However, the entire team played a fine game, and wrought poetic justice by defeating the Gruesome Green, 2-O. The Black and Gold then travelled to K.U.A. to fight a long hard game which required two over-time periods. K.U.A. scored in the third period, and Tilton's goal was in the fourth, with only a few minutes re- maining, when Jamie Krall, who had come in on a substitution, headed in a corner kick for Williams. The over-time periods were scoreless, and the final score was 'l-'l. In its second match with Holderness, Tilton won, 3-2, in a game that required two over-time periods. James scored twice and Kenneally once. The Black and Gold's last game was played on the home field on a cold, rainy day. The game was score- less until the third period when Steve Linnell scored, and the final score was Tilton l, Berwick 0. Under Coach Selvin's guidance, many of the boys became much more proficient at soccer than they pre- viously had been. All of them look forward to an- other fine year-perhaps on the varsity. 'lst row: Kenneally, Starr, Gleason, Holbrook fcapt.D, Wadleigh, James, Burwick, Harrison. 2nd row: Bigler fmanagerl, Krall, Williams, Aeschli man, Myerow, Horne, Falck, Proctor, Mr. Selvin. 3rd row: Myers, Barker, Erskine, Jones, R., Bullock, Whitesell, Briggs. VARSITY FOOTBALL THE TEAM SPORT... The varsity football team compiled a record of three wins and four losses. Slow in getting started, the team did not unify until the third game of the year. After the first two games, the Rams hit with au- thority and played hard-nosed ball. With only four returning lettermen from last year's powerhouse, Coach Ed Burke, with the help of assist- ant coaches Ryerson, Schmidt, and Bride, had to build an almost entirely new squad. Co-captain Mike Sayles anchored the line from the center spot. Newcomers Rusty Flanders and Bruce Bunker ably held up the strong side of the line, along with tight ends Sam Stallworth and Jay Gallagher. Tom Lucas and Kerry Sienkiewicz played the weak side guard and tackle, respectively. Veteran Flip Hamblet was used as the split end. The backfield was not hit so hard by gradu- ation. Co-captain Gary Hunt, Pete Dexter, Rich Con- nor, and Warren Myers did the bulk of the ball carrying, with sophomere Steve Wedlock as quarter- back. Kimball Union Academy opened the season for the Rams. Featuring a devastating passing attack, K.U.A. won by a lo-6 score. Tilton's offense looked sluggish, and hard-charging backs Gary Hunt and Dexter had no holes to run through. On one occasion, however, Lucas and Sienkiewicz opened a gaping hole in the K.U.A. frontier, Dexter responded by galloping eighty-five yards for Tilton's only score. Undefeated, untied, and unscored upon Thayer Academy was given its stiffest competition of the year as Tilton bowed l4-O. Throughout the first half, the defenses completely dominated the game. Neither team was able to get offensively organized. In the second half, Thayer came out apparently more deter- mined than their opponents. They took the opening kickoff and marched to the home team's twenty. There, the Black and Gold's defense responded mag- nificently by stopping three running plays cold. Thayer then reverted to trickery, and it paid off. A reverse went the distance for a score. Tilton was again unable to move on offense as Dexter and the other backs were met by the fast-charging Thayer defense. Thayer put on another long drive to complete the scoring. Victory for the hungry boys from Tilton came the next week at Hebron. In a bitterly fought contest, the Rams, thanks to Gary Hunt's accurate toe, won 7-6. All of the scoring came in the first half. Hebron recov- ered a fumble on the visitors' two yard line and pushed across a tally. Tilton came back immediately, moving mainly on Wedlock's accurate passes. Myers completed the drive by snatching a Wedlock pass and scampering twenty yards to the end zone. Hunt's win- ning placement followed. The second half featured a determined Hebron eleven against a rock-line Black and Gold defense. The Rams evened their record at 2-2 at the expense of Kents Hill, 22-6. With the offensive line finally making holes, Dexter and Hunt ran roughshod over the visitors. The defense was again impenetrable, and Kents Hill's only score came on a halfback pass. Tilton traveled next to New Hampton, where it was defeated, 28-6. The Rams took the opening kick- off and marched eighty yards for the score, with Dex- to win, we must be a unit ter, playing his best game for the Black and Gold, doing the bulk of the carrying. Tilton stopped New Hampton cold the first time the Green got their hands on the ball. The tone was set for the remainder of the game, however, when New Hampton's punt bounced, rolled, tottered, and finally came to rest on the Rams' three yard line. The subsequent punt by Hunt was re- turned for a score. Tilton's offense moved impressively throughout the day, but dropped or poorly thrown passes, and interceptions thwarted every offensive thrust. New Hampton, which never really mounted an offensive drive, scored on a long run, a forty yard pass, and an interception. Traveling to tangle with undefeated Berwick, the Rams lost, 14-12. Hard running by Hunt highlighted the Tilton attack. The Ram fullback ran back a kickoff ninety yards in the second quarter. A Wedlock-to- Connor pass was responsible for the other Tilton score. With Tilton leading by six, Berwick started driving. They punched out short yardage down to the visitor's nineteen yard line when it again looked like the Rams would hold. Three plays later, the ball rested on the twenty. Faced with this situation, Ber- wick decided to pass. Because of a poor pass rush, a receiver shook loose, caught the ball, and ram- bled to the three yard line. They scored shortly after. Determined to end the season on a winning note, Tilton blasted Brewster, 30-12. Brewster scored first on a pass, taking advantage of a confused Ram sec- ondary. However, the Black and Gold offense was al- most flawless. Connor blossomed into a devastating runner as he ran wide almost at will behind a deter- mined phalanx of blockers. While Connor was scor- ing sixteen points running wide, fullback Hunt ripped for eight up the middle with his hard, close-to-the- ground type of running. Hamblet snagged a touch- down pass to complete the highest Tilton point total in years. lst row: Dines, Marble, Williams, D., Lawrence, Parks, West, Watson Cohen A 2nd row lucas Gallagher Dexter Hunt Cco captl Sayles lco-capt.D, Chaples, Connor, Hamblet, Flanders, Caraway lmanagerj 3rd row Mr Ryerson Munson Walker Davlgnon Murray Dudley Furman, Stallworth, Wedlock, Bunker, Sienkiewicz, Mr. Burke. 1. .-M., Aw. -n .x,.s -rv , fy ., ik , ' . 4 Im41',,..-Ig,,,pqggf-fE'if.ws'v': ggw-1 ' 2 .,,.,., , I, f . 1 -b ww:-'w:sf1f':yk' ff :if-mi. .- ,, .rd , H ,,.. J 2 ' w l if 1 M H 9 l'i5l':"5"' i W 'tiff 'LV' its ,. 1 5 " ' '15-iff " Q 'gif' 1 I 1. . 1 ' f I f ' E ffji' ""i'i'ffQ gn f, IQ LL! . T3 I if ' A , ,L,. .., fun ' m f .-if" ,, , -xxx' S 'H""I'13f-S if - '-12-:V ,,,, -,ng ..,1 f: zgzi:-,iifwmj g' 2' "3" g ' 1 ii1f,i 2--f 'f , ' f , , - Q-Q-fhfgg - 5fv:'i,:' f 555.511 . 1 ,Q K ., . I I if 5wag,,.,, MA .MQ 1 - ' I ,Q :M h, 'jg my 'X 1 X, W- 5 - f -- 5 , wgmf A , 5 , . ., 2 if ,I L1 V E M wiggl Q5 t H L3 . A i X Y,,,5,,' ,T A A xx ,, V I ,n4,MQ , x ,. z K' W ' 'vii-I - A . J.V. FOOTBALL 1st row: Chamberlain, Tucker, Bushway, Shaffer, Byk, lcapt.l, Heald, Kimball, Bassett, Merkel. 2nd row: Bailey, Closson, Caddy, Soter, Per- son, Prager, Merchant, Lynn, Hamblet. 3rd row: Angelone, MacDonald, Marx, Tambone, Sewell, Hosmer, Cotsibas, Hovey, Brown. 4th row: Mr. Bates, Taylor, J. lmanageri, Kaan, Saad, Sanborn, Traister, Mr. Smith, Mr. Stebbins, Taylor, S. fmanageri. Under the leadership of Coaches Bates, Smith, and Stebbins, the J.V. football team ended its 1964 season with a 2-2-2 record. The Rams demonstrated the most vivacious of spirits, in the locker room, during a hard practice, and at every game. In the two weeks before the first game, the players learned to function as a unit. At the time, some of the practice drills and exercises seemed unnecessary, how- ever, as one looks back on the season, he finds that they were the most critical elements of the season. The J.V.'s first game ended in a 6-6 tie with Proc- tor. Proctor scored a touchdown in the second quarter. The Rams were held scoreless until Curt Merkel broke loose for a Ram touchdown in the fourth quarter. A O-O tie with K.U.A. was the most heartbreaking game of the season. Early in the first quarter, Curt Kaan ran a 60 yard touchdown play, only to have it nullified by a penalty. During the second quarter Kaan scored another touchdown which was also called back on account of a penalty. On the last play of the game, Bill Person made a spectacular tackle which fell short of a touchback by only two yards. The Black and Gold reached the climax of its sea- son as it crushed Laconia, 32-16. Two Joe Byk-George Bushway passes accounted for two touchdowns. Scott Caddy, Kevin Tucker, and Kaan each scored a touch- down, while Steve Angelone scored the two-point conversion. The J.V. lost to its arch-rival, New Hampton, 14-O. New Hampton's two touchdowns and conversion came in the first half. Both teams were held scoreless in the second half due to the fine defensive play. The J.V. eleven recorded a 14-6 win over Holder- ness. Early in the second quarter, Tucker tallied for six points. Holderness scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter to tie the game, 6-6. ln the final twenty seconds of the game, Tucker caught a Byk pass and raced the remaining five yards for a touchdown. Caddy scored the conversion, and the Rams gained another victory! The Rams ended their seasorrwith a crushing 46-8 defeat from Laconia. Bushway scored the only Tilton touchdown, and Angelone recorded the two-point conversion. THE LONELY SPORT... This year the varsity ski team heartily accepted three new coaches, namely, Mr. Bride, Mr. Roberts, and Mr. Rickard. Under these coaches, the team com- piled a winning record of 3-2-2, probably due to the tremendous exertion put out by these men, the ex- traordinary team spirit, and the enthusiasm displayed by the team for the sport. Don Eckley, Captain and team co-ordinator, proved to be the best all around skier on the team, as he continually finished in a high post in the races, both Alpine and Nordic. Don proved himself again and again, but probably his greatest effort awarded him the title of 8th best skier in the Prep School League, as he placed high in all four events in the Eastern Preparatory Ski Championships. Bruce Bunker, the local high-school marvel, also was one of the best skiers on the team, especially in his strong area of Alpine. He, too, always finished in a good position in the ski events, and helped the team with his own great success as a Tilton skier. Other members, although not as outstanding in all four events as Eckley and Bunker, undoubtedly aided the team, especially in the clutch events: cross-country and iumping. Booth Kates, a relatively new person on the ski slopes, surprised the team, as he confirmed himself to be an able cross-country skier, winning the Lakes Region Cross-Country Ski Meet. Jep Possee, the veteran skier, really helped the team tremendously with his ability to ski all events, but, more important, to be able to learn the tech- nique of iumping so quickly. Early in the season, the team seemed to be weak in this event, but Jep's in- creasing abilities helped the team find a strong third member for iumping. Sandy Falck, the care-free wonder on skis, showed what continuous hard practice did for the desirous, as he became the third best Alpine skier on the team. Reminiscing a bit, one comes across the name of the team's captain-elect, Chris Starr, a hard working sophomore. lt must be realized that even though he was hurt badly relatively early in the season, he still managed to capture many firsts, proving that he will be without a doubt the best returning skier of this year's team. This year, the Holderness and New Hampton ski teams were the toughest competitors, as our team split meets with both these teams. Brewster was the group's easiest competitor as our skiers beat their team by an almost perfect score. On this occasion Chris Starr won the slalom event, closely followed by ". . . From start to finish, it's just you, the hill, the snow, and the clock . ." ' other members: Don Eckley, Bruce Bunker, Dick foul Post ee, and Dave Hamilton. Tlshe two big events of the year were the Lakes Re ion Ski Meet and the Eastern Preparatory Ski Ch Str its S33 of pl' CIS " I ski Pr wit thi' ed Po hel bu1 ISI C. .01 mpionships. Tilton, in the former, started out ng, as it took an early lead in the standings with predominant sweep in the cross-country event. th Kates, Chris Starr, Don Eckley, and Bruce ker were the heroes of the day. However, lack experience, due to the deficiency in snow and ctice sessions, showed the next day in the strong petition in Slalom, Giant Slalom, and Jumping, he team fell to a disappointing third place. n the Easterns, Tilton did not fare as well, as the rs faced some of the finest competitors in the p School League. Although they walked away out any tangible proof of having competed in fine ski event, they did come out with the knowl- e and understanding of a new spectrum of skiing. ling this experience for next year will certainly p the team bring home more victories. . . They say hind-sight is easier than foresight, ' with the help from the returning skiers of this r, the Tilton School ski team should certainly ve to be one of the best in recent years. First row: Kates, Possee, R., Possee, J., Hamilton. Second raw: Mr. Bride Bunker Eckley Starr Winne Ecklund K 4 w l .l.V. SKI TEAM l Th J.V. ski team was quite successful, ending its seaso with an undefeated record. Under the guid- ance of Coaches Roberts and Rickard, the team far surp ssed its record of 1964. l Fo the first few weeks, the varsity and the J.V. team worked together running and doing exercises. i The ki jump and the cross country course were clea ed up while the ski room was refurnished and repainted. The daily workouts, usually consisting of running and calisthenics, were one of the maior factors in the success of the team. These workouts prepared the boys for the stiff competition that they encountered. The coaches' constant drive for a "four event man" increased the skiers' desire to work harder. ln the first meet of the season, the team traveled to New Hampton where they ran both slalom and cross country. Since the nordic events were stressed during the daily practices more than the alpine events, the boys did well in the cross-country but not as well as expected in the two-run slalom, neverthe- less, because of their desire and team effort they won by 1.7 points. The second meet was held at Foster's against Wel- lesley High School and again the "boys" were suc- cessful. They surpassed their opponents in team spirit, skill, and experience. Placing well in both the two- run slalom and the giant slalom, they were able to win. ln the final meet the team once again traveled to the slopes of New Hampton where both jumping and downhill were scheduled. The iumping was held first, and because of the good form of the team members, they were able to override New Hampton's eFforts to win. Later, in the downhill, Sewell Lawrence, who had placed as our number one man in the iumping, broke his leg. Despite this unfortunate accident the boys won this event also. Although the scores were close, the victories were earned through desire and a great effort. Next year appears to have even more promise, for with more experience the team will be much stronger. If the team makes as much progress next season as it did this season, it will undoubtedly be a great threat to its rivals. First row: Carrier, Boynton, Dascoulias. Second row: Mr. Roberts, Falck, Furman, Emmons, Holmes, Wadleigh. THE HUSTLE SPQRT .. Rams topple New Hampton-take crown After a slow start with three losses in the first five games, the Schmidtmen rebounded to take eight of their last eleven games and the Lakes Region Crown. The key to Tilton's success was the all-out hustle by everyone and outstanding play from co-captains Rich Connor and Flip Hamblet, and rookie Steve An- gelone. Tilton opened the season with an impressive vic- tory over Berwick 72-44, and then was subdued by a strong Plymouth team 62-47. Tilton romped over impotent Lawrence 85-43 after Christmas vacation. The Rams lost a tough one to K.U.A. 75-62, with- out the services of Hamblet and LeFlore. John Wat- son was high scorer with 'l5 points. Taking to the road, Tilton was upset by Hebron by a score of 69- 62. Returning home, the Rams defeated Vermont Acad- emy 87-84, as Connor scored 25 points and Ange- lone 24 points. Thompson Academy fell to the Schmidtmen 7'l-64. Tilton romped over a strong Brewster five 81-56. Hamblet with 27 points and Brennon with ll points led the attack. Angelone dropped in 34 points in Tilton's win over Berwick by a score of 80-67. After four straight wins, Tilton was overcome by New Hampton. Lack of experience and height were the big factors in the humiliating loss. The following Saturday, Tilton upset the New Hampton green be- fore the large Winter Carnival crowd. The final score was 70-60. Pete Dexter and Flip Hamblet proved to be the big guns on offense, while both John Watson and Steve Angelone played a notable defensive game. Coach Schmidt's "ball control of- fense" proved to be the major difference. At the Carnival Ball, later that day, the most valuable player trophy was awarded to the entire team for its outstanding play. However, the trophy was later re- awarded to Coach Schmidt by popular vote of the players for his part in the win. St. Paul's and Vermont were next to fall to the battering Rams of Tilton School. Dexter with 14 points led in the 50-43 victory over St. Paul's while Hamblet and Connor paced the victory over Ver- mont Academy. O ". . . that ball travels faster than you can, get there ahead of it . . ." Tilton Berwick 44 Tilton Plymouth 62 Tilton Lawrence 43 Tilton Kimball Union 75 Tilton Hebron 69 Tilton Vermont 84 Tilton Thompson 64 Tilton Brewster 56 Tilton Berwick 67 Tilton New Hampton 83 Tilton Kimball Union 62 Tilton New Hampton 60 Tilton St. Paul's 43 Tilton Vermont 64 Tilton Brewster 56 Tilton Exeter 66 Tilton next took on Brewster in a game that would have decided the Lakes Region Championship. A Brewster victory meant a three way tie for the crown between Tilton, New Hampton, and Brewster. The fighting Rams were in true form and romped to a 72-56 win that gave them undisputed rights to the league crown. Jack LeFlore scored 20 points, all in the first half, and Angelone hit for seven straight points early in the fourth period to spark the win. ln the season's final game, the Rams lost to a strong Exeter squad by a score of 66-55. Tilton led for the first three quarters, but lost the lead in the last period. The return of Steve Angelone, John Watson, Jack LeFlore, and Dave Traister gives promise of an even stronger club next season. The seniors of this season's squad wish Coach Schmidt and his next year's Schmidtmen the best of luck in '66. Firsf row: Whifesell, Chepulis, Brennon, Connor, Hamblei, LeFlore, Freeman, Williams. Second row: Mr. Schmidt, Watson, Whittier, Trnisfer Angelone, Dexfer, Snow, Mr. Burke. x "" 'L-Ng ,awe sm N3 14 A Yi-0111 J.V. BASKETBALL First row: Byk, Adler, Holbrook, Cushner, Heilmann, Burwick. Second row: Mr. Selvin, Tucker, Boker, Langenbach, Bailey, Hovey, Parks E skine. The Junior Varsity Basketball Team finished its season with a record of six wins and six losses. Several of the wins, however, were by very close mar- gins in very hard-fought games, two of which were decided by one point in last-moment scoring. Coach Selvin had a well-rounded team in all positions, en- abling him to switch tired players for rested ones al- most at will without fear of losing team strength. Cap- tain Bob Holbrook and latecomer Andy Cushner were the team's outstanding players. Freshman Cushner was the high scorer with 172 points scored in the ten games he played. The J. V.'s lost their first two games to strong teams from Berwick and K.U.A., but then came on strong to win the next one, running away from the Law- rence J.V.'s. The next game was almost as emphati- cally won over the St. .loseph's team but the first real thriller was a 58-57 defeat of arch-rival New Hamp- ton, a game which was fought right down to the wire when a last-ditch struggle by the green was put down by fine Tilton defense. In the next game the Man- chester Boys' club downed the J.V.'s and then the J.V.'s downed the Brewster Academy team before being crushed again by the Berwick team and the vengeful New Hampton .l.V.'s. Two wins followed, first a squeaker over K.U.A., then an easy victory over St. Joseph's. The J.V.'s lost their last game by a close margin to the Brewster team. J.V. Basketball scores: Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Berwick 46 K.U.A. 58 Lawrence 28 St. Joseph's 34 New Hampton 57 Manchester Boy's C Brewster 45 Berwick 67 New Hampton 80 K.U.A. 48 St. .loseph's 37 Brewster 46 lub 50 THE AGGRESSIVE SPCRT . .. Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Proctor 5 Vermont 5 K.U.A. ll Brewster 5 Berwick 2 Brewster 2 Holderness l New Hampto Holderness 2 Hebron 3 Vermont 5 fl New Hampton 5 ". . . if he strike you on thy right cheek, turn to him the other-Harder!" Varsity Pucksters Net Lakes Region Co-Championship Hustle and hard work proved to be the winning combination for the 1965 Tilton varsity hockey team. Although compiling an overall record of 6 wins and 6 losses, the pucksters won 6 of their 8 Lakes Region contests, thus becoming co-champions of the league. Plagued by lack of practice due to warm weather, Coach Ryerson's squad dropped their first 3 en- counters but came back fast to win the next 6. The season's opener was won by Proctor Academy, 5-4, in an overtime contest which saw Tilton score four goals in the closing minutes of regulation play. The Rams recorded their second defeat at the hands of Vermont Academy, 5-2. In the third game Goalie Dick Norcross was iniured shortly after the game began. This opened the door for K.U.A., as it handed Tilton its third straight loss by a stiff score of il-0. The losing streak was then halted, and Tilton skated to 6 decisive victories. Their first victory came against Brewster Academy. The Rams won 6-5 in ov- ertime and again scored heavily in the third frame. Next came an 8-2 whipping of Berwick Academy and a 4-'l decision over Brewster. Holderness became Til- ton's next victim as the Rams won another 4-'I de- cision. The pucksters, playing at their best, defeated archrival New Hampton, 5-2. A 6-2 victory over Holderness placed Tilton on the top of the league to stay. Although losing their next 3 games to Hebron, Vermont, and New Hampton, the team was able to tie for the Lakes Region title with Proctor. This year's club hustled every minute of the sea- son and pulled out many "come-from-behind" vic- tories. Top scorer and M.V.P. for the season was first line center, Paul "Whimpy" Lawrence. Paul scored 12 goals and collected 28 points while also being a tremendous defensive asset. Rounding out the first line were Gary Hunt, collecting l7 points, and Cap- tain Harrie Hart, who totaled lO. The second line, made up of E. Lewis, P. Fertig, and B. Donovan, was almost interchangeable with the first as they proved to be one of the key reasons for the fine season. "Gus" Gallagher, Dave Harri- son, Barry Gorevitz, and Bill Person rounded off the offensive attack on steady performances. Freshman goaltender Dick Norcross played out- standingly throughout the season. At the beginning of the season Coach Ryerson was concerned about a goalie, but Dick blossomed into an outstanding net- minder, turning aside more than 200 shots. Protect- ing Norcross were two valuable defensemen, Al Cohen and Al Whitty, who checked well and consist- ently kept the puck away from the net. On second defense were Mike "Soupy" Sayles and John Wa- lantis, who also did a fine iob of keeping the puck out of Tilton's defensive zone. The coach and players of the T965 squad should be proud of the brilliant team ettorts displayed throughout the season. The team hustled and was rugged, yet played good clean hockey. 'eww Week X it'ss i First row: Harrison, Walantis, Donovan, Lawrence. Second row: Lewis, Sayles, Cohen, Hart, Fertig Hunt Norcross Third row Munson Whitty, Person, Gorevitz, Gallagher, Mr. Ryerson. N 1 Y i i w e 1 J.V. HOCKEY For the first time in recent years, Tilton's .l.V. hockey team had a winning season, losing only three of its eight games. Two newcomers to the team, Stu Wyman and Put Lantry, scored thirteen and seven points, respectively. Next in scoring honors were Steve Linnell with six points, and Dave Kenneally with four. At first, it seemed the team was destined to have a typical year, as it lost to Proctor, 5-2. Rookie goalie George Cotsibas stopped twenty-two of the twenty-seven shots taken at him, and the Tilton scores were made by Tom Lucas and Stu Wyman. When the J.V.'s journeyed to Holderness, the out- look brightened considerably. Put Lantry opened the game by scoring early in the first period, and Stu Wyman followed suit. Holderness scored in the sec- ond period, so Wyman retaliated with a hat-trick. The home team scored again in the third period, and the final score was Tilton, five, Holderness, two. ln the wildest game of the season, the Black and Gold trampeled the New Hampton Green, nine to two. One New Hampton player took an early exit after he attacked Tom Lucas, who took his "beating" with a smile on his face. Before the game was over, the Green had pulled in six penalties, while Tilton had half as many. Put Lantry scored on each of two shots, Bronson Hawley slid one past the goalie, and Wyman, Kenneally, and Curt Kaan each netted two. A combination of unfamiliar ice conditions, lack of drive, and better opponents sent the team to de- feat at the hands of the Nashua High School var- sity. The game was played at the Manchester rink. The J.V.'s held Nashua to a scoreless tie during the first period, slackened in the second, and fell apart in the third. Steve Linnell scored in the second pe- riod, andthe final score was eight to one. Having lost to New Hampton for as long as any- one can remember, Tilton turned the tables this year, and defeated the arch-rivals twice. This second game was not as wild as the first one, but the score was al- most as satisfying: Tilton, four, New Hampton, two. Goals were made by Wyman, Dane Gleason, Lan- try, and Curt Kaan. Wyman again pumped in two, as Tilton defeated Cardigan Mountain, two to nothing. The Tilton squad won its fifth and last game of the season against Berwick. Once more, Stu Wyman scored twice, and Greg Soter, George Bushway, and Bill Kimball each lit the red light once. The opponents put in one, and the final score was five to one, Tilton. On the whole, Coach Bates was satisfied with the team's performance, and looks forward to another fine season next year. First row: Hawley, Sanborn, Soter, Trachy, Bushway, Kaan. Second row: Kimball, Kenneally, Lantry, Wyman, Linnell, Gleason, Lucas. Third row: Mr. Bates, Cotsibas, Ratzkoff, MacGilpin, Saad, Flagler, Myerow, Taylor. VARSITY BASEBALL THE STOP AND GO...G0...GO SPORT The 1965 Tilton varsity baseball team had a sea- son of ups and downs. The spirit, desire, and hustle that brought fourteen ballplayers together to form a solid team, never dwindled. With only four mem- bers of the previous year's team returning for the '65 season, Coaches Ryerson and Stebbins had an awesome task before them. These two coaches not only drilled the team in fundamentals of the game, but they also taught each individual how to be a member of the team. To be a real ballplayer was to work as a team with your own individual pride and skills contributing to the pride and effectiveness of the team. The coaches established pride, spirit, and hustle as the team's trademarks. Captain Gary Hunt was the spark on the team that made playing a real pleasure. There was no groaning or complaining when the team heard, "OK, let's run eight hundreds", or "Jog all the way up". Long after the scores of the individual games are forgotten, the team will remember the joys and hard- ships of playing a game that calls for the most from each participant, but most of all they will remember the team spirit that was real spirit. Some of the games played in '65 were outstand- ing. Newcomer Dave Pybus pitched a masterful no- hit, no-run, 2-O ballgame against Brewster in his first start of the year. The fielding behind him was superb-not one ball reached the outfield. There was a revenge win over arch rival New Hampton after an earlier loss. Jack LeFlore's bases loaded triple provided the winning margin as Til- ton won 5-2 behind Dave Pybus's pitching. A T0-3 victory over Holderness turned out to be the longest game in the history of the school. After the first four innings of play, rain struck with the score Tilton 5, Holderness 2. One week and one day later the game was resumed and pitcher Jack Le- Flore very effectively finished them off for a tre- mendous win. Tilton Worcester 12 Tilton Exeter 13 Tilton Brewster O Tilton New Hampton ll Tilton Proctor l Tilton St.Paul's 9 Tilton Kimball Union 7 Tilton Holderness 3 Tilton New Hampton 2 Tilton Berwick 7 Tilton Brewster 2 Tilton Vermont 'IO ". . . you're only moving part of the time, but then its moving . . ." '- ia, ff! " -'ts fsfs,',Qi?ig'f" , , -. ila xiiz ' 'W J 'fig " r ise... jg bAiA , AI A,.A mg . Firsf row: Myers, Byk, LeFlore, Person, Watson. Second row: Lewis, Sayles, Snow, Hunt, Lucas, Pybus, Third row: Mr. Stebbins, Lynn, Chepulis, Flanders, Whitty, Taylor, Mr. Ryerson. There were also the heartbreaking defeats. Play- ing a return game at Brewster, the Rams had the ta- bles turned on them. Tilton lost 2-'l as a no-hitter was thrown against them, despite the fantastic relief iob of Joe Byk as he went five innings giving up only one hit. St. Paul's pulled out a win in a long hard battle, as Tilton lost a lead in the last few innings. There was the Vermont game in which LeFlore and Pybus hit home runs, only to lose 10-6. Every member of the team deserves credit for the accomplishments of the team. Tom Snow did a mar- velous iob snagging throws at first base. Gary Hunt was an inspiring leader as he performed as the team's catcher. Also his bat was the steadiest on the team. Warren Myers did a great iob playing second sack-a very steady and valuable asset to any team. Joe Byk alternated between shortstop, thirdbase, and pitcher, performing well at each position. The team's only lefty hitter, Rusty Flanders, was the usual cleanup batter and always was very impressive in left field. Three speedsters alternated in centerfield, Dave Pybus, John Watson, and Mike Sayles. All three did an excellent iob both in the field and at the plate. The team's most spectacular player, Tom Lucas, did a remarkable job in right field whenever he could catch a ball without falling and he did well at the plate when he wouldn't try to fall rounding first. Al Witty, Bob Chepulis, Eric Lewis, and Bill Per- son all did well at several different positions. The 1966 baseball season looks promising, for there are five returning underclassmen, and both the .l,V. and Reserve teams showed some future po- tential. . .g ,a.f1k+SQ::fpf - ,-A .45 J.V. BASEBALL The .l.V. baseball season was highlighted this year by an overwhelming victory over New Hampton, 26- 5. More important than the score, though, this game in retrospect appears to have been the turning point in the season. Even though the team had thus far amassed a balanced record of two wins and two defeats, they were not functioning up to par. This was due to the fact that the squad was mainly com- prised of freshmen and sophomores. Consequently on an overall basis confidence, attitude, and a men- tal awareness were yet to be acquired. In the next two games the junior Rams lost heart- breakers to Proctor and Kimball Union 5-7 and 'IO- 'll respectively with the latter game running into ex- tra innings. Despite these disappointing results the team was now beginning to play and think good baseball, but more important, to work as a unit. The next three games saw Tilton reap three straight vic- tories over Proctor, New Hampton and Berwick. The defense tightened up and the pitching strengthened as the J.V.'s pulled their record above .500. The team's hopes of a winning season in terms of wins and losses were snuffed out as they met two formid- able opponents, Cardigan Mountain School and Vermont Academy, and wound up with a 5-6 stand- ing. Success this year lay not in the overall record or the statistics but in the great strides of accomplish- ment that took place in the individuals that made the team operate as a unit. Coach Burke's devotion and leadership can be credited for inspiring such a type of success. As far as individual accomplishments were con- cerned, the team workhorse was Kevin Tucker, who pitched in every game and started most of them. Not only did he do an enviable job on the mound, but he also dispelled the saying that pitchers don't hit as he scattered nine hits in twenty official trips to the plate. Also swinging big bats were Tony Tambone, Jim Hovey, Pete Barker, and Scott Jordan. Through- out the entire season Bob Webb, Bill Dudley, and Paul Campbell provided a concentrated infield de- fense. Tilton Holderness l Tilton Holderness 17 Tilton Laconia T5 Tilton New Hampton Tilton Proctor 7 Tilton K.U.A. 'll Tilton Proctor 9 Tilton New Hampton Tilton Berwick 3 Tilton Cardigan Mt. Tilton Vermont 6 First row: Winslow, Merchant, Burwick, Dudley, Tambone. Second row: Jordan, Cotsibas, Webb, Campbell, Sills, Harrison. Third row: Flagler, Soforenko, Barker, Svenson, Hovey, Tucker, Kenneally, Mr. Burke. VARSITY Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton VATEETY SPORT 52 94 97 86 76 97 79 37 tie Worcester 65 Kimball Union 23 Laconia High 20 New Hampton 35 Hebron 55 New Hampton 40 Fryeburg 20 Holderness 0 New Hampton 40 St. Paul's 32 Dartmouth Freshmen 88 New Hampton T8 lnterscholastics for third place with Vermont. 73 t wiki? "..run...'um ...throw.." l The Tilton track team, coached by Mr. James Bates, enjoyed a most successful season, finishing with a fine record of six wins and only two defeats. The team had remarkable depth and was sparked by outstanding performances throughout the entire spring. Everyone gave his best effort and it certainly showed in the results, especially in the third place tie at the Interscholastics. In the first meet of the season, the Black and Gold lost to Worcester Academy. A triple win by captain Pete Dexter and a sweep of the mile were not enough to offset Worcester's depth in the field events. Although Tilton took more firsts, Worcester still man- aged to edge out a narrow victory. The rest of the season was a different story, how- ever. In its next two meets, the team easily defeated Kimball Union and Laconia High by scores of 94- 23 and 97-20, respectively, losing only one event in each meet. The team displayed its depth by sweeping several events against both teams. Travelling to New Hampton, Tilton defeated its arch rival for the first of several victories against them this season. Fine performances were given by Bruce Raymond in the quarter mile, Chuck Zion in the shot put, and by Rod Whittier and Ronnie Mac- Farlan in the discus. The team also won the 880 yard relay even though it was the first time they had run it during the season. One of the highlights of the season was the meet against Hebron Academy. The team put forth an extra effort to help make up for the absence of cap- tain Pete Dexter and was rewarded with a 76-55 victory, although the meet was closer than it sounds. Two of the standouts were Don Humphrey, who won the mile and came back five minutes later to win the 440, and Dick Traister who was second in the mile and teamed up with Humphrey to win the two mile, clinching the meet. Another standout was Bill Marble who won the 100, 220, and led the relay team to victory. Tilton triumphed easily to win the Lakes Region Championship, outscoring the combined scores of the other three teams. The final score was Tilton 91, New Hampton 40, Fryeburg 20, and Holderness O. Lakes Region records were set by Pete Dexter in the 220 yard low hurdles l25.7J, Bill Marble in the 220 yard dash f22.9J, Andy Cushner in the iavelin U69' TOMHD, and by Don Humphrey in the mile l4:29J and half mile l2:02i. The marks in the iavelin and mile were school records as well as meet records. With only five entries in the half mile, Tilton took places one through five in a great display of the team's depth. In its next effort, Tilton again triumphed easily, this time in a tri-meet against St. Paul's and New Hampton. The Rams won their sixth straight as school -1 ,-e.4.,.Mw.,-mf.M.mn-.,.n.M.,.,,.,.-e.W.......,... -..,...,, ,. . ,....,. .... V... .. First row: Schlacks, Rosentield, Schaffer, Altobello, Abbott, Hamilton, Polistock, Davignon, Bailey. Second row: Freeman, Sweet, Fertig Chigas, Humphrey, Blasini, Dexter, Laurans, Zion, Traister, MacFarlane, Libby, Anderson. Third row: Pettee, Connor, Hamblet, Dascoulias Marble, Mollitor, Murray, MacGilpin, Bates, Patterson, M. Price, Gallagher, Mr. Bates. Fourth row: Reese, Munson, Chandler, Kimball, Gray Krall, Parks, Horner, Cohen, Raymond, Cushner, Norcross, Gorevitz, Patten. Fifth row: Mr. Penberthy, Bushway, Friend, Smith, D. Price Zander, Sanborn, F., Dubowicz, Dogg, Jepson. Sixth row: Mr. Smith, Mr. Jones, Elkins, Sienkiewicz, Sanborn, P., Whittier, Wadleigh, Rous- seau, Gebauer. records were set by Don Humphrey who ran a 1:59 half mile ancl by Pete Dexter who pole vaulted ll' 'l'lV2" to avenge an earlier defeat by a New Hamp- ton rival. Other outstanding performers were Pete Fertig in the broad iump and Flip Hamblet in the high iump. In the final regular meet of the season, Tilton placed second out of three competing teams as the Dartmouth freshmen proved a little too strong. The only first place for Tilton was won by Fertig in the broad jump, although Marble placed second in both the 'IOO and 220 yard dashes. The season came to a close with the interscholas- tics at Mount Hermon. Represented by one of our strongest teams in years, Tilton scored 25 points to tie with Vermont lor third place. The star distance trio of Humphrey, Traister, and Laurans accounted for eight of the points. Humphrey ran a 4:24 mile to break his own school record while Laurans finished fifth, and Dick Traister gained a third place in the two mile. Flip Hamlvlet jumped 5' 9124" to win the high iump and collect five valuable points, while Fertig and Bill Sweet took third and fourth place in the broad iump. Other Tilton placers were Dexter who finished second in the low hurdles and fifth in the pole vault and Bill Marble who was fourth in the 220. All the boys deserve credit for Tilton's fine performance in this meet as well as throughout the season. VARSITY GOLF THE SKILL SPORT Varsity Golf-1965 For the second year in a row the Tilton golf team won the Lakes Region Championship. This year the championship was decided by the league record and not iust the Lakes Region Tournament. With six men returning from the previous year, Coach Roberts was anticipating a good year. This year the team had unusual spirit and deter- mination. This was a result of the many intra-team rivalries and contests with the coach. The team was also blessed with a captain that thought more of the members of the team than himself. Consequently, the team had more of his equipment than he had himself. From these many intra-team rivalries one outstanding winner should be crowned. This year the frog killing crown goes to Geot Walker. He accumulated twelve notches on his putter this year, setting a new record. All in all the team experienced a colorful season. One of the highpoints of the year came when Coach Rob- erts, reaching for a ball, fell into the lake very un- expectedly. ". . . a two-inch cup from 400 yards that's accuracy . . !" Tilton Laconia 5 Tilton Proctor 4 Tilton Laconia 3 Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton Tilton W Franklin 2M W New Hampton M 3M Proctor 5M M New Hampton 3M M Franklin W Brewster 3 Brewster 7 LAKES REGION TOURNAMENT Tilton 531 Proctor 533 Brewster 577 New Hampton 572 Berwick 580 First row: Closson, Walker, Sewell, Putterman. Second row: Mr. Roberts, Engleson, Whittemore, Hart, Wright, Zielinski. This year the team had great depth. The first six men usually shot rounds that were within six shots of each other. This was a very important factor in win- ning the Lakes Region Championship and the Lakes Region Tournament for the first time. This year Ted Whittemore ranked second and Steve Sewell third in the tournament. Tilton took the overall team title in the tournament by two strokes over second place Proctor. At this tournament the team had the pleas- ure of playing on the beautiful Lake Sunapee Course. Playing particularly well in matches, the team cap- tured the Lakes Region crown with a league record of 5-l. The only league loss was to a strong Proctor squad at their course. The only other loss was to La- conia in a non-league match. It was the first match of the season and many boys suffered from stage fright. Of course, winning most of our matches was a great thrill, but everyone on the team agrees that the big- gest thrill of the entire season was winning the Lakes Region crown and the Lakes Region Tournament. With four juniors and one sophomore returning next year, the team has high hopes of repeating this year's feat next year. VARSITY TENNIS THE GENTLE l?lMAN'S SPORT Starting the season with visions of an undefeated season, the varsity tennis team had a rather disap- pointing record,winning seven games and losing four. However, under the leadership of Coach Simpson and Captain Mark Boynton, the team exhibited a fine po- tential future with five iuniors and a sophomore holding down the starting positions. Mark Boynton played number one and again turned in a perfect singles season, 'Il-O. David Wil- liams backed up Boynton in the number two slot and played consistent, steady tennis while compiling a 7-4 record. Booth Kates followed, playing number three singles and a strong hustling game. Bronson Haw- ley played steady, aggressive tennis and turned in a fine record in the number four position. Number five singles was adeptly played by newcomer Mike Myerow, while Jim O'Leary and Dick Caro alternated at number six. ". . . it takes finesse and fight to win on an overgrown ping-pong table . . ." First row: Myerow, Caro, Boynton, Possee, Barber. Second row: Lawner, Furman, Hawley, Kates, Williams, O'Leary, Mr. Simpson. Tilton Proctor 6 Tilton Kimball Union 3 Tilton Holclerness 3 Tilton Berwick 'l Tilton New Hampton 6 Tilton Holclerness 2 Tilton Laconia O Tilton Kimball Union 4 Tilton Proctor 5 Tilton Laconia T Tilton New Hampton 5 ln doubles, the first two teams were as good as any in the league. Mark Boynton and Booth Kates played hustling, aggressive tennis to complete a 9-2 record. The second doubles team of Hawley and Williams completed their second successful season together with an 8-3 record. The third doubles team alternated between Myerow, Caro, and Jep Possee. Throughout the season the netmen showed fine spirit and a real determination to win. This same spirit and drive should be present next year as all of the starting players will be returning. In their matches this year, the netmen defeated Holderness, Kimball Union, and Laconia twice, while taking one match from Berwick. The only losing part of the season came at the hands of New Hampton and Proctor, both of whom beat Tilton twice. With six lettermen returning, it appears that next year Tilton's varsity tennis team may realize its dream of an undefeated season. J.V. TENNIS After having dropped the first two matches of the season, the iunior varsity tennis team came back to salvage a .500 season with five wins and five losses. Under the able coaching of Mr. Walter Spencer, the J.V.'s displayed fine sportsmanship, determination, and team spirit throughout the season. The team was very well balanced, as equal sup- port came from both the top men and the lower half of the squad. Jim O'Leary, team captain and number one man, played well throughout the season, showing a fine brand of tennis. Bill Hobbs, the number two man, also did a fine iob, but, unfortunately, his talent was lost midway in the season due to an injury. The third position on the team alternated between Ray Langenbach and Pete James, who were also paired together as number two doubles behind O'Leary and Hobbs. Playing in the fifth spot was John McDonald who boasted a personal record of eight wins and four loses, a team high. The anchor man on the team playing sixth position was Doug McCown, who held a personal record of seven wins and six losses. Additional help in singles came from Bill Thomason, Dave Traister, and Harry Basset. The third doubles team of McCown and Thomason de- serve a great deal of credit, as they won several key matches during the season. The highlight of this season came with the 5-4 vic- tory over arch-rival New Hampton on home courts. Tilton gained four points in the singles competition and one in the doubles to win the match with Jim O'Leary, Bill Hobbs, Ray Langenbach, and Doug McCown starring. McDonald and James played well, but both lost in three sets. Tilton fell apart in doubles, winning only one point, but that was all that was needed. Bill Thomason and Dave Traister, playing together for the first time, were the heroes, as they won their doubles match in a tense three set duel. A 6-3 victory over Cardigan Mountain marked an- other bright point during the season. The doubles matches proved to be the decisive factor, as Tilton swept all three. O'Leary, McDonald, and McCown won, while the doubles teams of O'Leary and James, McCown and Thomason, and Traister and McDonald won handily to complete the match. THE SEASON Tilton Proctor 8 Tilton Holderness 6 Tilton New Hampton 4 Tilton K.U.A. 4 Tilton Kingswood O Tilton Proctor 5 Tilton Holderness 6 Tilton Cardigan Mt. 3 Tilton New Hampton 8 Tilton Kingswood 2 5 3 First row: Hobbs, MacDonald, Thomason, McCown. Second row: Horne, Baker, Bassett, Briggs, Erskine. Third row: James, Emmons, Traister, Langenbach, Mr. Spencer. LO, HOW HATH THE Penberthy Stebbins - ...41f..... if Lx L Too Bad, Mr. Ryerson! MIGHTY FALLEN! 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Mr. and Mrs. George Winne, 502 Prospect Ave., Oradel, New Jersey Mass Browne, Richard Allan Abbott, Thomas Paul Abelson, Carl John lll Adler, Philip Brent Aeschliman, Michael David Ahlin, Jonathan Albers, Mark Altobello, John Daniel Ill Anderson, Stephen Mills Angelone, Steven Carl Arsenault, William Joseph Bailey, Harold Jr. Baker, Russell Howes Barber, Thomas Alexander Barker, Peter Marshall Bassett, Harry Hood Jr. Bates, William Alfred Batorson, Richard Stephen Bean, Robert Russell Beck, William Morgan Bigler, Stephen John Bischoff, Robert Choate Blasini, Peter Bill Boynton, Mark Bridges Bradbury, Bruce Howard Brennon, Branford Symonds Jr. Brennon, Robert Cummings Brewer, Jeffrey Owen Briggs, Geoffrey Moore Brochu, Robert Peter Bullock, Richard Wastcoat Bunker, Bruce Parker Burnell, Gregory Thomas Burrill, David Packard Burwick, Robert James Bushway, George Harold Jr. Byk, Joseph John Jr. Caddy, Scott Bennett Campbell, Paul Webster Caraway, Lloyd Bell Carney, Spencer Palmer Caro, Richard Paul Carrier, John Christopher Chamberlain, John Walton Chandler, Charles Fassett Jr. Chaples, Francis John Chepulis, Robert William Chigas, Basil Charles Clancy, James Alfred Symonds Closson, Steven Adams Cohen, Allan Jeffrey Cohen, John Marshall Colman, Richard Ellis Connor, Richard Lawrence Converse, Donald Clark Jr. Coombs, James Jerrard Corey, George David Cotsibas, George Currier Crosby, Bradford Kenneth Croteau, Louis John Cushner, Andrew Benn Dagg, Michael Genshiro Dallas, Kenneth Charles Dantos, Constantine Paul Dascoulias, Peter George Davignon, David Rothbun Dexter, Arthur Peter Didsbury, Kendall Peter STUDEN Tilton, New Hampshire Seekonk, Massachusetts Bar Harbor, Maine East Craftsbury, Vermont Sudbury, Massachusetts Radnor, Pennsylvania Meriden, Connecticut Hackensack, New Jersey Portland, Maine Hampton, New Hampshire Knoxville, Tennessee North Attleboro, Massachusetts Quincy, Illinois Wellesley, Massachusetts Miami, Florida Holden, Massachusetts Needham, 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