THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL
Class of 1974
Ouxbury Free Library
THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveller, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth,
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.
At times we need to be alone
To seek out things we can not find with others
And yet there is much to be learned with them
And much to be learned by their company
The class of 1974 wishes to dedicate its year-
book to a man with a big heart. He is a teacher in
the sense that he taught us to love and respect
books. But the title also refers to his role outside
of books. He has taught his students one of the
most valuable gifts of all, the art of communica-
tions. He not only teaches but practices this gift
with all he encounters. He has opened many
hearts and minds in his famous discussions and
will continue to do so. And of course our notori-
ous paper, The Key, would have died if it had not
been for his help. And so the class of 1974 dedi-
cates its yearbook to a man with a big heart, Mr.
There was a time when being a senior was a distant goal.
But. suddenly, we find the goal accomplished and. instead of
being satisfied with what we've got, we. humanly enough,
yearn for yesterday but also eagerly await tomorrow . . .
SABRINA TEASDALE ABBOT
"I am lonely, but you can lice me all in the way
thai you smile."
Another half . . . Girl's room . . . wasn't that
good D.E.? . . . Nealo . . . Made it home in fif-
teen minutes . . . That's awful . . . He's lying
. . . No, he's not . . . Singing in a pickup truck
. . . Poindexter . . . Rockland
SARAH HARRIS ALANDER
"Happiness may not be everlasting, but it will al-
ways be remembered."
Doug, 7/27/73 . . . Summer . . . Flowers . . .
Coffee ... My kids . . . July 73 . . . Flat tire . . .
I can't get up . . . Dugaduka . . . C.P.W.W.C. . . .
Sunshine . . . Lights at night (R-t-C) . . . Remem-
ber the good times . . . Life is a dance ... I can't
decide . . . Sunday . . . Muffin . . . Would I?
. . . The beach . . . Music
THOMAS GREGORY AMENDOLARE
"Life is what you make of it so get it while you
Hoss . . . Let's go to Mister Donut ... At Tar-
klin? . . . Are you going to the races? . . . It's not
a Ford . . . Let's go to Canada . . . Silver Garder
MANUEL ANTHONY AMADO
J.C., did you get a buzz? . . . Chart House . . .
C.L. . . . Denny, are you going to the gills yet?
. . . Bone City . . . Yeah, I caught a small one
. . . What's going down, "Tweet" Perry?
DAVID JAMES ANICONE
Let's go to the beach . . . Peter Cottentail . . .
Porka . . . Mother Bal is O.T.R. . . . Car, you
know the way home . . . Porkline defence . . .
I'm not going out for wrestling . . . It's just like
carrying a case of "coke" . . . The tin kegs . . .
Wilson, hurry up . . . Planky is having a party
. . . Barnes U.S.A. . . . "33"
SUZANNE BARBARA AHLQUIST
"Friendship, like destiny, can never be denied. By
time, distance, or man."
John ... I mean, we all have our problems . . .
Feb. 13, 1973 . . . Forget it . . . Gross, get away
... A little bit crazy today? . . . Hey Cuz,
watcha doing? . . . Oh Lu . . . Phoenix, Arizona
. . . Roller Fun . _. . Augel . . . booze ... I don't
have to . . . Double Packing
MARK W. ARMEY
Helen, 10/10/73 . . . "64" Ford Fairlane Sports
Coupe. . .298 HiPo. . . "67" Ford Fairlane GTA
390cid ... 119 ft. of rubber . . . Beach . . . Ar-
dina . . . Schlitz 160z. curls . . . Shea, you're
wasted . . . Trumpet . . . Band 1-4 .. . Imperials
. . . Another Party? . . . Don't listen to A. J., he
don't know nothing . . . Where was I Monday?
. . . Sleeping, where else? . . . Capri . . . What
happened? ... A broken rib . . . Sorry about
LAURA JEAN ANDREWS
"In this world, it is not what you take up, but
what you give up, that makes you rich."
Oh, brother . . . Tuesday nights . . . C'mon guys,
where are my books? . . . Huh? . . . ah-ya ... I
don't know . . . Tennis with the foursome . . .
You're staying after again? . . . Boat . . . What's
your prob? . . . What a pain
THOMAS J. BALBONI
We'll never make it . . . Plymouth . . . 428C.J.
Falcon . . . You gonna fire it up? . . . Moto's Mo-
tomobil . . . We finally made it . . . It's a place
to forget . . . Super Hawk 305 .. . T.J.B. will not
fail ... 273 Autumn Ave. . . . thththat's all folks
. . . D.A.P.
BRUCE DAVID BALLARD
"I have spent my life seeking all that's still un-
sung, bent my ear to hear the tune, and closed my
eyes to see."
The Dead ...#... Baked Alaska . . . Uncle
Wiggley . . . Arrh Duck . . . Away in a flash.
Buck . . . M.D. . . . Free tank. Peter? . . . Over
LORA JEAN ANDERSON
"Happiness comes from not just liking what we
want to do. but liking what we have to do with a
Ander-SON ... so what else is new? . . . that's
dumb . . . D.Q. . . . Water diet . . . Chicken-pox
. skiing . . . h.p. . . . Camp Thaver . . . SB-
Plans . . . 7/12/73 . . . Marshfield". . . G.N.O.
. . . E.E. . . . I'll do it in a minute ... #1
CATHY ANN AYERS
"You will never find time for anything. If you
want time you must make it."
Conn ... Mi mejor amiga Carolina . . . Swing-
ing 212 .. . Frizzle . . . G.S. . . . Troop 437 .. .
Mrs. Kusins . . . Nantucket . . . D.S. . . . L.B.G.
. . . Moonshadow . . . "Mental" . . . Trouble
. . . Manuse . . . Norose . . . Witchy Woman
. . . Poo . . . Espana . . . The mone
PAUL ARMANDO BARBOZA
"That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever
heard." . . . Tennis . . . "Hey Sud. another
double fault" . . . "First Service" . . . "ace" . . .
Soccer . . . Sweat bands. Green tennis balls, and
400 left sneakers . . Je ne sais pas . . . First dou-
bles . . . One Davis Supreme R I P. at Middle-
boro . . . Baker Bros . . . Classic Horror . . . Sou
. . . Ah yes, Bon Allor
Hey. Chew . . . The weekend drag at Gino's . . .
Is there a party? . . . School dances . . . Riding in
the Chewbox . . . Sharing my locker the last year
with Luna . . . Hot Line, if I ever get started . . .
Opening an Art Shop with Marie . . . Money
burns a hole in my pocket ... I know his car
JAMES MANUEL BARROWS
"How seldom we weigh our neighbor in the same
balance as ourselves."
Mr. Dirt . . . The Stooges . . . #7 . . . "She
Waded in the Water" . . . Layin' Back . . . "Pitt,
what window?" . . . Chart House . . . Hallowey
Halls of D.H.S. . . . My favorite hoodlum . . .
"Jump back. Jack" . . . Got crushed . . . Duck
soup . . . "League Champs. Thank You"
CHARLES GARY BENEVENTO
Hey. Pussy ... I got the bomb tonight ... no
George . . . Drag me, I gotta take a— . . . Chuck
it . . . Let's go . . . Farmer, see any action? . . .
Got it, Chiv . . . Later Jerry . . . Guva. mailbox?
. . . Guva. working on your theory? . . . I.H.F.P.
I lappin' . . .
summer . .
Hey Chick .
. . . Chew .
Hey Lis . . .
|ump B;ick .
life without comparing it with that
Ten! party .
. The Beach
. . Virginia .
. . Gino's . .
B & B .
. . Blah
School's out for the
. Summer '73 . . .
. N.H. Maine . . .
Wackey . . . Luigi
. . A & P . . . B.H. . . .
Cruisin . . . The Cornor
"Simple and Free"
July 7, 1973 . . . Love ya . . . Far out, man . . .
Cute, Huh? . . . Our gang Oh, you're cool . . .
Check it out . . . z-z . . . Girl's night out . . .
Humphrey . . . Hagatha . . . Sunshine Smiles
. . . Frito's ... all Right, who's got it . . . Simple
psycho . . . "Peanuts" . . . Booze it . . .
The Dillo . .
. . . Choppers . . . Mel Hern
. Flush out Frieght . . . Evac
Drainer . . . spechies . . . donkey's cornor . . .
blue van action . . . windshield please . . .
Gordo . . . Get it on cashal labor . . . Palmer's on
the tour . . . Stick . . . Attic ... Pig sty .. .
hawk . . . teepee . . . golf . . . Blue Skylark off
the cliff Coach . . . pretty good . . . what's nice
. . . Crompet . . . Eat this
"if i am not for myself, who will be for me? if i
am not for myself only, what am i? if not now.
when? am i here for the story? the gory satis-
faction of loving you? The games, my friends, are
all the same. So Why?
"Love thy neighbor— just don*t get caught."
Nova Scotia 72 . . . Best . . . |im's tunes . . . Mo-
tobecanes are not the best . . . Chicago . . . Lin-
conville . . . Franklin Park Massacre What are
you doing? . . . How many shutters left? . . .
DISH . . . What's up? . . . Freight. Freight . . .
Evervone's on drugs . . . Where now?
Dee . . . Albert .
pawn" . . . Big "T
ries . . . /10/7/72
Teddy . . , Beans .
ges . . . CI5/6/73
Theresaughter . . .
IEFFREY LEE BOLSTER
. . "When in doubt take a
' and the Harvard Reading Se-
. . . Lobster . . . Phyllis P.
. . The big man . . . MR. Bar-
. . Jay-bird . . . Leoson and
Gimp . . . 1-4-3-4-6 dedication
Jefferson . . . Electro in Blue
No matter how long you're gone, I'll be waiting
. . Stu . . . Blonde hair . . . August 13 at the
leach , . . U, of Miami . . . weird mood . . . and
have to live with him . . . crazy guy ... I can't
ielp it . . . Allman Bros. . . . Ande and Brian
ROBERT SCOT BYRNE
Annette . . . Duxbury Mafia . . . The Regulars
. . . Remember the Alamo, Murph . . . The
Stones . . . Hound Dog Taylor . . . Bumpus Park
. . . "Where do you want to live? . . . Small's
house! . . . West Yarmouth . . . Saquish Party
. . . Standish . . . June 25, 197H . . . Reid Mobile
. . . The Beach . . . Cat's Ass— without the period
after Ass . . . Sling-shot fights . . . Red Necks,
JOYCE A. BURDICK
"Blessed are those who can give without remem-
bering and take without forgetting."
Tent party, Faith? . . . Shut-up Denise . . . "Just
looking for frogs, Mr. Cass" . . . Hats . . . $1.92
LYDIA COLLIER BUECHLER
"Go and catch a falling star, get with child a
mandrake root: tell me where all past years are.
or who cleft the devil's foot. Teach me to hear the
mermaids singing, or to keep of envy's stinging,
anil find which wind serves to advance an honest
SUE E. BUTTERWORTH
Hey, man . . . Dig it . . . Sue Bee . . . Tennis
Swimming Roller Skating? Never Again . . . No. I
didn't do it skiing . . . What's up kid? . . . Judo
every Tuesday— Kutski Rey . . . Espanol anyone
. . . Time lost is never gained . . . Class of '74
RICHARD CHARLES BURKE
"No gains without pains" . . . "Grow old with
me, the best is yet to be." . . . Edie and Annie
. . . Peter no talk . . . Tom Grapevine and the
Bearded One . . . two points . . . Eddie Claw
. . . "Saturday night" Brazillian beer with Tony
. . . Teddy . . . "MMM "
IRENE MARY CALESKIE
"Within each daybreak, seek His peace; within
each person, find His love."
Godspell . . . T.E.C. . . .
Cide with your heart . .
You're gonna he I lead
you're mellow . . . Alice
wow . . . la . . . Zoom .
. . . Foxy Lady . . .
if not, why not . . . de-
. G.P. . . . Indian . . .
. . Reni . . . 17th . . .
in Wonderland ... oh
. . Wanna play guitar?
Don't anticipate, just
DEBORAH |ANE CANTY
"Happy arc those who work for peace; God will
call them His sons."
W.W. . . . Sisters . . . back seatin' it . . . Get
those M & M's AWAY . . . P.M. . . . Hey. Kalu-
skie . . . Winsor's . . . "Stories of Nantucket"
. . . Bert and I . . . crude jokes . . . Bertram . . .
No Prob . . . H.P. . . . white bucks . . . What an
Idiot . . . you Turd, McGrath . . . Cortina dies
again . . . #1.
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ERIC LAWRENCE CARLSON
Watkin's Glenn Week with Puss, Cats, and Loft
. . . A separate reality . . . solo on East Butler
Isle; six hundred, g's w.p. . . . Behavioral tech-
nology . . . N ,0 . . . erase personal history . . .
"Seeing" . . . "Lately it occurs to me" . . .
MICHEAL J. CHAMP
VALERIE ANN CHALMERS
"We are the people our parents warned us
about." Hair ... P. Town ... 3 aquarians don't
talk, they think to each other . . . Max's party
. . . Budweiser . . . Mountain climbers get high
. . . Jacqui. guess what . . . 934-6516 . . . divers
do it deeper . . . P.R.J. . . . I'm o.k.— you're o.k.
. . . Hey cats, wanna jam? . . . Kushshsh
DENISE RITA CHAPDELAINE
"The costliness of keeping friends does not live in
what one does for them, but in what one. out of
consideration for them, refrains from doing."
Jeff . . . 10/7/72 . . . milk carton and lobster
rouge . . . Huh? . . . Leo . . . Vinalhaven . . .
»22 ... Cheerleading . . . Soccer Bus . . .
Clark's Island May 6-7/73 . . . sweeties ... 5/
11/73 . . . 1-4-4-4-6, J.L.B.
PAUL H. CHARLES
And then one day. he went away . . . Soccer '73
. . . Soil creep . . . E.D. . . . Hey, cat food . . .
Kick the bloody ball . . . B.C. at night under the
lights . . . Day after day . . . outstanding in his
field . . . We want McDonald's . . . Hit the road.
Jack ... Off to the big U.
MARK R.B.C. COLLINS
Three Stooges . . . Duck Soup . . . Ugly Parade
. . . Soil Creep . . . Toaster . . . Crispy Guests
. . . Swing it . . . Bonehead . . . "bets" . . .
Jimmy the Greek . . . Hoodlum . . . Gentlemen
. . . Aaaah— I'm losing my mind . . . Food. Skunk
de peu . . . coins . . . Deifing . . . N.Y. Rangers
#1, Knicks -1. Yankees #1 ... 8th avenue-
33rd street. N.Y. . . . Crumpets ... I am shocked
. . . Kancamagus Hwy . ■ • "Stairway to
Heaven" . . . McDonald's . . . Brother
GREGORY C. CONROY
Watch'ya doing? . . Beans . . . The Goat . . .
Mr. B. . . Elligable . . . Bunch a'cake-eaters . . .
Fish . . . Uhmm Albert . . . Chumps . . . Lobster
Rouge . . . "Hey )ed" . . . Eddie Claw . . .
M.C.S. . . . The Little Runaway . . . Clase of
Sclits . . . Karate Woman . . . "Chopa Chopa
The Legs" . . . Gypsy Women . . . Bear Associa-
tion ... Big Blue . . . $1.92 pumpkin . "We're
"I expect to pass through this world but once.
Any good, therefore, that I may do. any kindness
that I may show to my fellow creatures, let me do
it now" Boston in the rain ... It was rejected
. . . 8 in a convertible mustang . . . You want to
know? . . . Nursing
DAVID ANWAR DAIKH
Happiness is winning a football game and cele-
brating . . . Peeved by getting up early for school
and a camaro that won't run right . . . Prizes— a
four channel tape deck . . . ambit ion— to go to
CHARLES S. CUSHING
Chop. Chop . . . What's up? . . . Beer . . . run-
ning . . . Berri-Red Stop & Shop
SHARON LYNNE CUSHING
Watch out . . . Tremendous Power . . . Life is so
tough . . . California . . . Vans . . . Bone City
. . . Wanna go down stairs and look for a beer?
Kushshsh . . . Drones . . . Fool . . . I'm so nor-
mal it hurts . . . AuReet . . . totally ridiculous
. . . Get out of my life . . . Terrific. Nancy. Terri-
fic .. . Can't dance . . . Maine P.R.J. ... So
what. I'm domestic . . . Tamale.
ROBERT WALTER CUNNINGHAM
"Tomorrow we will be the makers of our world,
and we must hope to learn by the mistakes of our
predecessors. That life is to be understood, not
conquered. We must hope to learn to respect Na-
ture and the rights of all individuals, wherever
they may be" R.W.C.
"I had the blues so bad one day, it put my face in
.1 permanent frown, now I'm feeling so much bet-
ter. I could cake-walk into town." Taj Mahal
LISA ANNE DAWE
"You don't know what you've got till it's gone."
"mental" "Summer of '72" . . . You guys . . .I'm
only kidding . . . C.B. & C. . . . skoots ... in the
closet? . . . R.C.H.S. . . . Smitty's ... top of the
World . . . Hey, Mastro . . Splash . . . Look at
them puddles . . . M.F.M.L. . . . Llamba . . . The
3M's . . . Jules . . . Lynn, people are gonna think
we're . . . Saddleshoes . . . Gary Glitter . . .
I spent my first year and my last year in this
school, and I'm glad it's over for good; until col-
C'mon Pork, we won't get caught
Canada ... 72 ... let her rip. Pork
my bottle . . . who me. drunk? . .
. . . B.B. . . . guta . . . whheeyy
double . . . d.b.j. . . . bones . . . s.
what are ya doin'
N.P. OF A.
. . . Maine—
. . . me and
. down back
. . . skiing
willows . . .
DOROTHY NAOMI DRIVER
Who's having a party? . . . Summer of '71 ... I
don't get it. I just don't get it . . . Sorry. I'm broke
. . . what a hunk . . . you grub . . . cool your jets
. . . Drag . . . Pissa . . . polka dot . . . gaross
. . . Potato Hill . . . Pie . . . Pilgrim Lady . . .
Goin' out drinkin' . . . water gun fights on the P.
& B. bus.
PETER OTTO DICKOW
"The best things in life are free."
Candy . . . Dynamic VR 17 . . . The Dead ... 1/
1/73 ... in the van . . . skiing N-TWO-OH . . .
The Beach . . . lo regs . . . letters Be Smooth . . .
wicked blown-away . . . Colorado . . . pedal
steel. . . BCN . . , sunshine, daydream . . .later.
MARK WOOD DRUMMBY
"All ihinj-s are possible to him lhat believeth."
#3 . . . Soccer . . . To the beach in a flash . . .
Baked Alaska . . . Heavy ni^h t s in the Cabana
. . . She Waded in the Water . . . Yon got to
learn how to float . . . It's Decent . . . Noo Noo
. . . Whay . . . What's happening, Stick Dude?
. . . Marcus Welby . . . Buckus . . . Bucki . . .
BB . . . Later.
WARREN KENDALL EMERSON
You've got to believe in yourself."
11:03.5 . . . D.F. . . . What can I say? . . . Ping
. . . Chess, Tennis, and Music . . . E90-456 . . .
S.Y.F. . . . She's at Poppy's . . . Sully the Sage
. . . Had it, Got it . . . Special ... 82 ... 216
. . . Poor Baby . . . Craigville and N.H. . . .
muchly . . . Alligator shirts . . . You're damm
right I'll argue, if I think I'm right.
KAREN |UNE EDDY
Let the sunshine . . . Yes Kip, anything you say
. . . Grumbles . . . Brant Rock . . . Plymouth
People . . . Judy, hurry up . . . Mornin' Deb . . .
Yes, Dea . . . Steph . . . Cold out today . . . Our
Parties . . . Hairy Honda . . . Jeep Freak . . .
Ma's Happy Pills . . . grapes . . . Mickey Mous-
tang . . . "fake and Buck" . . . B.P.L. . . . What's
new? . . . Don't get me nervous ... Be good.
GAUDENCIO DAVID FERNANDES
Aug. 1 . . . David. What's wrong with your eyes?
. . . can't get enough of that funky stuff . . .
Gone to the gills . . . Firing, cuz? . . . L.D..
Sweetheart . . . Gilbev's Gin.
LINDA MARIE FLETCHER
"Write it on your heart that every day is the best
day in the year."
Hockey . . . Rainbow . . . England . . . What?
. . . water-gun fights . . . 16 . . . Laura, can you
stay after today? ... Oh. great . . . June 9. 1973
. . . fried clams . . . Can you go? . . .
"Who says nothing is impossible. I've been doing
nothing for years.''
Good Morning . . . Ski . . . trouble from the start
. . . Don't get huffy . . . cool your jets . . . Seno-
rita . . . I'll be at Queeny's . . . Tent Party ■ . ■
no memory . . . Are you o.k. . . . Slap me five
and don't give me no jive . . . Grit your teeth . . .
AI.r'RKI) MATIIHW FOGARTY
Mil 1 1
OOUUUT! Out! (Jul! Out! Out! Out! . . . The
Dillo . "Her" Language . . . Howdie . . .
What's going on? . . , Get on it, Russ . . . Delter's
. . . Mark f>ot 'he kit? . . . It's good mintong, isn't
it? . . . Oonnie, play a little foot? . . . Snow Rd
. . . U.C. . . . Define the Universe: give three
BRIAN WESLEY GILMAN
"Aim at heaven, and you will get earth and life
thrown in. Aim at earth, and you will lose
Mother Ruth . . . Bridgewater . . . TLUKK . . .
weird . . . "You've got a nerve" . . . Free Souls
. . . GOBLESHA . . . Sousabone . . ."All-State"
. . . Right . . . S.E.M.S.B.A. . . . Lakeville . . .
Break . . . Mr. J. . . . Mr. J. . . . Good Morning
. . . Library? . . . Music.
"It's hard to stop a quarrel once it starts, so don't
let it begin."
H.P. . . mental . . . 6 . . . P.P. ... Art room . . .
sprints . . . dingaling . . . Hil, can I borrow your
LATIN book? . . . shut up. Beth . . . tootsie pops
... I don't remember . . . P. J. P. . . . Art 1 . . .
der . . . hey. kidrub . . . explain dead to the
AMANDA CARROLL GAZIN
"O it is excellent to have a giant's strength; but it
is tyrannous to use it like a giant." Shakespeare
I forgot . . . What do you want to do? . . . Gui-
tar? . . . How humiliating . . . "The rest is
VIKCINIA RUSSELL HUNTER
"Home-keeping youths have ever homely wits."
Vermont . . . Ml. Snow . . . Rebca . . . Devilish
. . . Maxinc . . . Election '72 . . . Tea Party . . .
Summer of '73 . . . "Hassles" . . . MIT . . . Ten-
nis . . . "Far Out" . . . Trims . . . Camelol . . .
Falmouth . . . I'm so depressed . , . Dragonlite
. . . "Hotlips" . . . crush . . . "Cruisin' for bur-
ners" . . . mg . . . Cliff . . . "Hi, IDear" . . . Wild
Red Head . . . "You Bouillion Cube" . . .
"mmmbon" . . . Butch.
DEBRA ANN HARDY
"Hearts, like doors will open with ease;, to very,
very little keys."
Well Michael Antoninus' bus stop, January 25.
1972 . . . B.H.S. Alone again, naturally . . .
Teddy . . . Summer of '73 . . . Hawaii 56,67-69
. . . future plans— business, college, marriage.
HILARY RUTH HAMMOND
"The world is a fine place and worth fighting
Chris . . . Art 1 . . . Babysitting Sheehans? . . .
Pulver . . . The three P's . . . H.P. 1-4 .. . Camp
1-2 . . . Tootsie Pops . . . Una . . . Latin 1-4 . . .
Spain . . . Prom '73 . . . Pintomobile . . . Drag-
onlite . . . Nostalgia Dance . . . Bell Bouy . . .
Summer of 73 . . . Chicago . . . You Driving?
. . . BCCBTSE . . . Food.
MARIE GLORIA JEAN HAUGH
Virginia ... the train . . . Deidre . . . 4 & 5A pe-
riods (Mag, if Luna) . . . "I'm going to Carver."
. . . "Lefs go have a butt." . . . "Let's go have a
butt" . . . "It's a little Lau . . . Zot . . . Peanut
. . . Brittle . . . Glo's . . . You witch . . . Marc.
Boo. LeAnne, and Boob Bannanas . . . "The
Chevvbox" . . . "Don't start" . . . Clyde . . . The
Cafeteria . . . Marlboro's Barney's and Bazooka
. Drag please . . . Deardoo . . . Bar and Car
CAROL ANN HILL
"Come my friends "tis not to late to seek a newer
Tennyson . . . envelope . . . you do the latin .
the Cape . . . burnt. M. Marion Eldorado . . .
WYBC . . . 51 . . . Bealand Animal Camp . . .
trips to Falmouth ... the Kicky Pinto . . . Bda
. . . J.V. all the way . . . Ukiah . . . Suicide Six
. . . skiing . . . later
"When one has much to put in them, a day has a
tumbelweed . . . Dickow after seven years, still
owns the original Sucrets box Party at Muffin
Tea . . . The white Mav rides . . . Our semi-an-
nual water fights . . . The Old Fiddlers Green
. . . It is time that we move ... 86.
LAURA JANE UYER
"Love becomes you so shed your shell, love just
fits you so wear it well."
Lega . . . TEC #30 . . . pinky . . . boogie . . .
something's lacking . . . Florida . . . Peg, Id s
cruise . . . Holly's for lunch . . . deep in thought
. . . sisters ... if not, why not . . . foxy lady . . .
parties at the Dell . . . Zoom . . . after the battle,
RICHARD DAVID KENDREW
"Do what you can, when you can."
North Hill; Choppers . . . The Dillo . . . "The
Stang" . . . Hern . . . Beach . . . Gordo . . .
"Come on down" . . . "You're Hurting" . . .
"This is true" . . . "She waded in the water" . . .
"Let's go cruisin' Dyke" . . . Ganders . . . Hawk-
ins .. . Artimus . . . Donkey Mobile . . . Berred
. . . G.S.S. . . . "Flapping Stick Dude".
RONALD JAMES JOHNSON
"Either you got it or you don't."
Eddie Claw . . . Jed . . . Big Al . . . "Shy know
it" . . . goat . . . Donkey . . . "Beans, you done it
again." . . . Chop Chop . . . "we're booking" . . .
Sgt. Holiday . . . The Barge . . . "One for the
Gipper" . . . Coach's best friend . . . Most un-
likely to succeed . . . McCarthy Class of '76 . . .
You're going to miss us DHS ... All Dunn
ELIZABETH JOAN KELLAR
"As time passes on. the faces of your familiar
friends become unfamiliar, but their friendship
remains in your heart forever."
Grealy-Kid . . . Witchy-Woman . . . H.P. . . .
Tootsie Pops . . . sprints . . . braids . . . Tennis
. . . Mono, who me? . . . through front door . . .
Killer . . . Pulver . . . The Aeneid . . . Miss
Lantz's guitar . . . Espana . . . Troop 437 Good
Luck Little Brother ... #1.
SHEILA GWENDOLYN JOHNSON
Really? ... Bip ... 119 Walnut Ave . . . Christ-
mas is for children . . those were the days . . .
D.F.K.S. . . . Manavishnu . . . "summer of '72
. . . pearlie . . . R.H.J. . . . Someday. R . . . the
night lights . . . RB GG . . . the beach on Sunday
CHARLES A. JOHNSON
Yaww. the situation is definitely looking up. well
whatever. It may be fall in Massachusetts, but it
smells like Autumn in Mexico.
ROBERT EDWARD KING
"The Rainbow is more beautiful than the pot at
the end of it, because the Rainbow is now, and
the pot never turns out to be quite what I
CHRISTINE ANNE LOUGEE
CM. . . . T.L. . . . Geronimo's Cadillac . . .
Bobby T. . . . Dream On . . . hey, Joyce, how's
Eddie M.? . . . Glamour Boy . . . whetaboi . . .
1970 . . . Double Trouble . . . Sheila, name it af-
ter me? . . . The Odd Couple . . . Sept. 3, 1971
. . . Reach Out in the Darkness ... So Close . . .
Remember Chestnut St. Joyce? . . . Elvis . . . me
bebe . . . I'm not sorry . . . it's over.
DONALD F. LANDERS
"People are lonely because they build walls in-
stead of bridges."
The Dillo . . . Berred . . . Cruisin' . . . Howdy
. . . Got a dollar for gas . . . Woman . . . Beans
. . . Pinto Action . . . Al-Bert . . . Berrmat . . .
Dyke . . . Johnboy . . . Hot Ticket . . . Crazy,
You want to come? . . . Later . . . Berr Jack . . .
Teddy Bear . . . Stick . . . Berrzayres . . . Jeep
. . . Peter's in Brockton again . . . Peggy has an-
other dent'. . . WE'RE ALL DUNN.
SUSAN MARIE LORMER
"The world is full of beauty when the heart is full
. . . good gross . . . Tedi-
. foosh . . . Darlene & Carl
. A.R. . . . summer of '71
. . . Old's '64 . . . bloody
moonga . . . M.S.A. . . .
. . Horseshoe Bay . . . ski trips
M.A.R. . . . Bermuda
reeka . . . sunshine . .
. . . Ace of Clubs . .
. . . New Hampshire
. . . "It" . . . ca ca
broom & bruises
... ah heah . .
STEVEN L. KOKINS
"The first days are the hardest days, don't you
worry anymore; cause when life looks like easy
street, there is danger at your door."
baked . . . WWH . . . birdseed . . . Watkins
Glen. . . The Dead . . . N : 0. . . Abadie gomme.
BRENDA LEIGH LAUFS
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, Life is a
broken-winged bird that cannot fly. Hold fast to
dreams, for when dreams go. Life is a barren
field, frozen with snow."
Person . . . Devilish . . . Tea Party . . . Summer
'73 . . . Cruising . . . Bell Bouy . . . Toadspe-
rience . . . laties . . . Prepy-8/11/73 . . . MIT
. . . Who's driving? . . . submarine . . . Sugar-
loaf . . . BEGTCHS.
WILLIAM CORDON MiicIVER
yeh, but did you get . . , Fire it up . . . Booloo
tonight? . . . I. H.F.N. ... But Chester, I did it
. . . Ferg, make the rounds? . . . Pussy, dont
wake up the whole house . . . My theory of re-
lativity is working . . . Vin is down ... "I want
it, every inch, Farmer".
"How easy this breath that kills a flame, How
hard to kindle the light again. Cold words kill,
and kind words kindle. By words withheld, a
dream may dwindle."
T. . . . half sisters . . . Smodge . . . Ellisville . . .
Vermont . . . Mr. Dunn's . . . Trip.
DANA RICHARDSON MARSHALL
"Afoot and light hearted, I take to the open
road."— Walt Whitman
Ski . . . Vermont . . . Bouillon Cube . . . Rangely
. . . I.T.D.L.I.F.T. ... oh how absurd . . . alright
. . . F.D. . . . Espana . . . taxi? . . . Dance moon
shadow . . . Hey Chuck . . . P.I.S.C.O.-Hil' Our
room? . . . C & B . . . Thornhill . . . Mona . . .
C.F.L. . . . Slarida . . . Two . . . Indian Town.
DEBORAH LYNNE MARSHALL
C.H. . . . Too close ... % dozen . . . note-it . . .
Kim, don't drown in the puddles . . . 11:45, later
Anges . . . pool hopping . . . Pull-maji? . . . Mr.
Misty, Lee? . . . Mrs. P. . . . red licorice . . . T-
B's place? . . . Hit the road Jack . . . Frosty's
coming, kill it? . . . definite munchies . . . On our
way to Cal., Kelly? . . . not difficult . . . Dinner
for 4? . . . Later.
DAVID B. MacCALLUM
'Advice is judged by results, not by intentions."
#86ed . . . It's Decent . . . listen to bal fag . . .
Heavy nights in the Cabana . . . Grannies ... To
the Beach in a flash . . . Noo-Noo . . . Euchies
. . . Everyone on the goal line . . . Ya gotta learn
how to float . . . The Bump . . . Plant it . . .
KAREN J. MARCONI
"What should we live for, if it is not to make life
less difficult for each other?"
"Kid" . . . August 15 . . . bestest buddies . . .
R.S.B. . . . crusters & busters . . . Spaz . . .
lambs' mistens' . . . mother Marconi . . . you
guy's . . . knee-socks . . . 58 . . . switchem' mit-
chem' . . . The Monkettes . . . #437 . . . Cock-
adoodledoo . . . G.N.O. . . . Buzunski . . . ba-
nana & coconut . . . Rangely . . . down Back . . .
H.P. . . . climbing trees . . . smile . . . "thanks"
SUSAN ANNE MATHEWSON
"If a man needs to have everything done with no
faults, then he gets nothing done."
"Get it off me" . . . Ballet . . . Pizza Shop . . .
Bullwinkle ... To thine own self be true . . .
Youth Group . . . Galatians 6:4 .. . Eclesiates
1:18 . . . Proverbs 3:5.
"If your friends are there, then everything's
"Mastro" . . . What? No parents? . . . The things
we get ourselves into . . . Regulars . . . "Mental"
M.F.M.L. . . . "Prom 73" . . . Bobsy Twins
Lisa, you make absolutely no sense . . . R.R.
Wisconsin . . . Nature Walks . . . The 3M's
No Lis, you cannot drive . . . Oh, you pigs
Rubberneck . . . "The Girls" are out again.
JANET ELIZABETH McCARTHY
"Live your life for what it's worth and enjoy."
Richard . . . April 23 . . . Hey Sis . . . TR6 Sally?
. . . sticks . . . MGB . . Party . . . Peanuts . . .
Puddin' Puss . . . Vermont . . Cheerios . . .
"The Three R's".
JOHN h. McCarthy
Living in Hull . . . Burky you Turkey ... Big Al
. . . Bear Ass . . . Rev. Berr-ed at Curtier . . .
Mayflower anil Eddie Claw ... Go make ice . . .
O.J. get 'im pulled . . . Remember Sonar Domes.
MARGARET MARY McGRATH
"When tomorrow becomes today and the un-
known becomes known and enemies become
friends and friends begin to understand and un-
derstanding becomes love— that love will bring
"My day in court will come" . . . Laura, let's
cruise . . . Fiddlae . . . zoom . . . "anytime. Hoi"
. . . puns . . . three p's . . . turd . . . "Clyde! . . .
accidents . . . «1 . . . tee-hee.
"Calfs are easily bountl and slaughtered, never
knowing the reason why; But whoever treasures
freedom, like the swallow, has learned to fly "
TERESA ANN O'NEIL
One seed, can start a garden
One drop, can start a sea
One doubt, can start a hating
One dream, can set us free.
T. . . . Turkey . . . Allah-Allah . . . bike rides
. . . Nantucket . . , Ellisville . . . Halter queen
. . . clutz . . . hockey-power . . . fluff . . . Briar-
wood . . . swimming . . . water-skiing . . . since
kindergarten! . . . Give me one break! ... #1.
NANCY PATRICIA MORAN
Michigan . . . Portage Northern "Huskies" #1
. . . 3rd period English . . . New York Summers
. . . zip sledding . . . 5-B plans . . . 7/12/73 . . .
Danny . . . Hey Bet! . . . You're kidding!!? 7/14/
73 . . . water skiing . . . take it easy . . . Bobby
. . . snowing— terrific!! . . . chair lifts . . . D.Q.
with jimmies . . . Berts ... a test?? . . chem.
Labs . . . Chinese food . . Happy Birthday Lora
. . . Florida . . . California . . . Seniors . . . Now
KATHLEEN ANN MORONEY
"No matter how we plan these years, there's no
way out alive."
January 14 . . . j.d.c. . . . hey sis . . . simply jake
. . . montreal . . . Leisurely Lounge . . . Leighton
Holt . . . North Conway ... I want to go home
. . . Lynn's sad songs . . . bill's class . . . jean. I'll
bite your ...!... brea, I drank my juice . . .
Made it home in 15 min. . . . stroke it!
CAROL LOIS MURPHY
"Animals are such agreeable friends, they ask no
questions, they pass no criticisms"
A true friend is forever a friend. C.A.A. . . .
Swinging 212 . . . Lyn . . . Pie . . . G.S. . . .
Troop 437 .. . Mrs. Kusins . . . Cockadooledo
. . . Nantucket . . . S.M.S. June 11, 1971 ... My
Beeshy . . . L.B.G. . . . Summer of '72, Susan.
Katie, Asil . . . Trina . . . Munuse . . . Witchy
Woman . . . H.P. . . . Reverly . . . braids ... Ju-
nior Birdsman . . . #1.
PAUL THOMAS ORICCHIO
We must realize, in the cold reality, that it not
status or materials but friendship and thought-
fulness. It is not why you have friends but just
that you have friends. It is what you offer, not
what you ascertain "
5 cokes ...S...T...B...6... "22" . . .
CAROL ALISON PATCH
"I looked for my soul
Bui my soul I could nol sec,
I looked for my ( Jod,
Hul my ( lod eluded rnt;,
I looked for a friend
and then I found all three"
Jimmy . . . Shamus Magee . . . bob-white . . .
Moira's p;irty . . . sombreros . . . game under
protest . • . European summer '73 I don't
ELAINE MARION OSBORN
"Across the morning sky— all the birds are leaving.
Ah, how can they know-
it's time for them to go?
Before the winter fire we'll be dreaming.
I do not count the time.
who knows where the time goes?
—sad deserted shore
your fickle friends are leaving . .
WILLIAM DEAN ORTH
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto
$100 Haircut . . . Oakland. New Jersey . . . The
Morning Maniacs Cruisin for bulk . . .Nantucket
Sleighride . . . Jack, haed to Barnes . . . Pinch off
a chunk . . . Hash High . . . Where's Fred? come
on boys, let's fire up one more . . . Cooler Cold
Brew Tank . . . "74" . . . Harley
"Silence is more eloquent than words"
CK '73 . . . Schultz . . . tippe tests . . . icky lick-
ies . . NER . . . Maine . . . Pero '72 . . . night sr.
life . . . mail . . . quiet . . . pickles separated
JOHN JOSEPH PETERSON JR.
"A bumper of good liquor
Will end the contest quicker
than justice, judge or vicar
So fill a cheerful glass."
Just keep on choogling . . . Donkey . . . Berred
. . . Pete Manakin . . . Teddy . . . Jackamoe . . .
Beanstlk . . . J.B. 7 Pleasant St. L.I.A.P.I.T.A. . . .
SYDNEY LYNN ANN PETERSON
"Enjoy what you have, hope for what you lack"
Skiing . . . 100 mph . . . We took the wrong exit
. . . Red and Blue . . . day dreams . . . Let me
see you smile . . . work . . work . . . work . . .
talk . . . talk . . . talk . . . Full bag please . . .
Ch inese . . . basketball games . . . 2/8/73 ... is
she dead . . . subs beach . . . strange people . . .
late again . . . T.G.I.F.
LOLA DORIS RANDKLL
"I have no yesterdays. Time took them away; To-
morrow may not be, but I have today."
Hey, Laura, wanna come over for lunch? . . .
Three P's . . . pinkie . . . Blue Suede Shoes . . .
Sick jokes . . . cheese dreams . . . gum ... no
prob . . . catch ya lata . . . shake baby shake . . .
skiing . . . H.P. . . . tennis . . . anytime Peg . .
Isle au Haut ... #1.
ELIZABETH ANN QUEENY
Favoritism . . . Mary . . . Heilla . . . bathtubs
. . . whirles . . . bugle corps A.F. . . . charmin . .
cachet. . carmen. . .CP.. . . speevie wake up
. . summa "72" . . . Mike's . . . paranoid . . .
Faithie . . . sinyoureata . . The A & P ... 10
pints . . . Land Rover . . . Nedward . . . Higgin-
son Middlesex Elliots . . . S.M.W. . . . Annis-
quam . . . T.T. . . . Pool Party . . . Peck-ek-ek
harvest . . . Klinke . . . A.C.C.R.G. . . . Crusher
. . . Speevie . . . buzunski Quintel . . . bods . . .
6/30/73 . . . smile
MICHEAL WIDEN PITTENGER
"I didn't find my friends; the good God gave them
M.P.D. . . . RSVP . . . Hey Mikeee . . . #6 . . .
you're married ... In the ballpark ... 2 pointer
. . . magic number . . . Life's a jungle . . . drown
me D.? . . . Briarwood . . . What kind tonight?
. . . Bear, swim team? . . . Trio . . . you working
today kid . . . sweeper.
WILLIAM DANA POLLOCK
Thank GOD for FRIDAYS and Friday nights.
I got the car . . . BUICK "Sports" wagon . . .
you're crazy . . . It's all right, can walk from here
. . . Sully . . . ouuut . . . any chance of starting
today Boze? . . . Frieght Frieght Frieght . . .
"comon Pollock, get your head on the ball" . . .
#5. . . I've seen you before, somewhere, haven't
MARY TERESA PRINCE
Mag, we can't go to school . . . Merle . . . O.T.H.
... me and my bottle . . . down back . . . B.B.
. . . surprise . . cocktail party . . . Grete Yabut
. . . waterskiing . . . Algonon . . . Mag, I'll say
I'm going to your house . . . Beep-Beep . . .
NPQFA ... I think we're late . . . D.B.J. . . . M
+ M twins
"Live to livc\ or don't live al all."
Kingston . . . Grampa and Momba . . . Bonos
. . . Saloon Girls . . . Pissa . . . "Gel a haircut."
. . . Saggy . . . Where's the party . . . Dodge . . .
PHILIP W. RANDALL
"If time flies while you're having fun, then his-
tory must have got its wings clipped."
Ford custom . . . GMC pickup . . . Ford Falcon
. . . Galaxie 500 . . . Hilman minx.
ROBERT WAYNE RANDALL
"Sine deo animus non potest bonus esse seneca."
Noobie . . . Squina a jiggs . . . Poochie, Aunt
Jody . . . The gossip table . . . Do we need an
L.S.C. meeting? . . . Lake Winnisquam . . .
F.T.A. . . . What hole in Boston? . . . Bridge-
water State . . . D.H.S.L.C. . . . Athenian Tav-
ernia . . .. Count the bods . . . Aunt Charley . . .
Misses the late bus again, dummy.
ALICIA LANE REIDY
"I have seen yesterday, I am not afraid of tomor-
row because I have loved today."
Lisa . . . Subs . . . Diet again . . . Skiing . . .
Lora, how do you stop these things? . . . Hotdog
girl . . . A.T.R. . . . Carnations? . . . Goose . . .
February . . . John Boy's mole . . . Atlanta . . .
Hey . . Brooks David . . . woman . . . sunburn
. . . thirteen hours? ... '73 ... Is that what you
want to do?
CHARLES DANIEL ROBERTS
"Keep on truckin"
Jive . . . Knock off like a fly . . . Roberts school
of tackling and blocking . . . Fingers Roberts . . .
Sh'I know it ... I know it Bits . . . Never fail
DANIEL W. ROBERTS
"Got no religion, I don't need no friends, got all I
want and I don't need to pretend. Don't try to
reach me 'cause I'll tear up your mind, I've seen
the future and I've left it behind."
Deb '71 . . . Rat . . . Rass . . . Colt . . . Bluefish
. . . Key . . . France '72 . . . Heep Cooper Purple
. . . Good Bye.
"I am not interested so much in what I do with
my hands or words as what I do with my feel-
ings. I want to live from the inside; out, not from
the outside, in."
—1 lu^h Prathner—
REBECCA HILL SANGSTER
"Who so ever lovest me, lovest my hound."
Suki . . . Truns . . . Sigh . . . Dragonlike . . .
Sote . . . Cliff ... No way Jose . . . ISAC . . .
Mmm . . . "Angie" . . . Chicken Soup ... I kid
you not . . . Christmas Cookies . . . MIT . . .
Vermont . . . Jr. . . . "Bertha Bug "... Melonpie
. . . 12:15 . . . Pintomobile . . . crush . . . Su-
zanne, Track Gossip . . . Mr. Snow . . . Th . . .
Tea Party . . . Summer of '73 . . . Sgueeguee . . .
Heebiegeebies . . . Adieu.
PAMELA ANNE ROBERTS
Peanut gang . . . Cadillac . . "Every cop is a
criminal and all the sinners saints" . . . Plymouth
. . . Dream on . . . Down back . . . Maggie May
. . . Wicked Forest . . . Layla . . . "Let's get
Stinko" . . Monkeyman . . . Brendon . . . Pud-
DANA RICHARD SAWYER
Hello Miss Frame . . . 1.95 ... I can*t. I'm doing
Calculus ... a certain hussy . . . Lida Rose . . .
Miss Fickle . . . Organ playing . . . concerts . . .
Scandel over the telephone . . . Semsba . . . Dis-
trict . . . Divoon . . . John Bradford and his Pris-
cilla . . . Plays . . . Debby . . . Robby . . . Maura
. . . Kim . . . Latin . . . Films . . . Work, now
. . . 5A table in the library . . . Sherri . . . John
. . . Hello Mrs. Welker.
JILL ANNE ROBINSON
"It's nice to be important, but more important to
Hey. Robbyson . . . such the woman . . . Here
comes the worm . . . Georgia . . . "7" Flags . . .
Hey Moose . . . You Hoser . . . Duxbury Pizza
... I wanna quit.
ANITA LOUISE SEARS
Eddy . . . Cricket . . . Hello Hutch. Right on . . .
Love is beautiful . . . Dig it . . . My summer was
fun . . . Ma . . . Library Service Club '72 . . .
cook out was fun . . . Bev talk: Cling King . . .
dig it . . . good night Dave . . . Full House . . .
super . . . Colleen and Tommy— Good Luck . . .
freeky . . . Steve crazy car lights . . . Far Out.
JOHN KEVIN SHEA
"Don't take life seriously, cuz you're not about to
get out alive." Michelle . . . 12/31/72 . . Like-
wise . . . Grace . . . Soccer ... I got it . . . Goal
tender . . . Squeaky . . . "Last night I had the
wizzies" . . . But Bill, I'm eighteen . . . One way
out . . . (>(> Dodge Wagon . . . Who's got the
beer? ... I think I'm wasted,
that . .
cer . .
GRANT TURNER SOUTHARD
jouer au tennis? . . . Balboza . . . you
. . win please . . . Gee, I wish I could do
. It's a Dalphin . . . Boston goal . . Soc-
Pancho Tidbits and Brighams . . . Son
. Bonney Alorey.
RUSSEL GLOVER SHIRLEY
Got it, Russ
"It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing
because you can only do a little; do what you
PB & J forever . . . Sully . . . PFTBCT . . .
D.R.R.B.M.D.L. . . . Dillo . . . S.Y.F.N.H. Retreat
. . . Bill & Jody, Rev. Turrell . . . 10th, 4th run
. . . Patty, you're the greatest . . . The Duxbury
N 3 . . . Dmt . . . Duck . . . Puss . . . Doc . . .
The Gang . . . Don't forget loot . . . Reids Place
. . . Glass Mariner . . . Watkins Glenn, The Dead
. . . Bang newts on a plate ... In the den . . .
Trees are fine . . . Can't wait till this becomes
CRAIG E. SMALL
"ya that's me, J.C." . . . can you dig it? . . . Char-
lene . . . Sheila . . . What it is . . . Y.G.B. Youth
Group . . . The bump . . . Check it out . . .
"party" . . . whistle . . . Tamborine . . . Vet . . .
Jag . . . Mark IV.
CAROL ANNE SEARS
"The way is love, the road is peace."
Hey. Bob . . . How's P-Town? . . . Dig it ... Hi
all . . . Donna and Mark . . . Summer of '73 . . .
Phill . . . Sambrero . . . 74 . . . we're finally out
. . . Super dig it . . . Brett, shut up . . . Hi, Marsh
. . . Normandy farms . . . The gang's all here . . .
The pool's open . . Hi, David . . . The bloodie
bucket . . . Mushrooms . . . Love & Peace.
"Most friends in the sound of time were made by
people on their toes."
October 18, 1973 . . .Jellybeans. . . Butterflies in
your stomach? . . . Barf . . . Pumpkin stealing
. . . Jelly side down? . . . Do you have any
money I can borrow? . . . How time flies . . .
TBSGFHM . . . Thank you . . . Aquamarine . . .
T.G.I.F. . . . It's a riot . . . unreal . . . tacos . . .
PAUL DAVID STOKES
Porsche— it's number 1 . . . Come on Stokes . . .
Leave off the smaller players ... Go after the
ball . . . Stacks, what are you doing with that
uniform? . . . Why do I hate red International
trucks? . . . Tee, you bonehead . . . Karen who?
. . . Bear? Ar-r-r . . . Mon . . . Ack-Ack.
JEAN MARIE SULLIVAN
"Your life's a never ending dream, a castle by the
stream, a stream of understanding."
Smiles . . . Another half . . . Bill's class . . .
Cathy falling off the chair . . . Arrrrr . . . W.R.
. . . "Chuckie" . . . Humphrey . . . Hagatha . . .
S.K.D. . . . June 23, 1973 . . . Who knows how
GWYNNE ANN STIFLER
"You have the freedom to be yourself . . . here
Bertram and I . . . Oh my God ... I don't be-
lieve it . . . Hyer gets the only A . . . something's
lacking . . . Just wait . . . Cocktails at the Pops
. . . Obsenities on the orange . . . Piglet . . .
Irene, we missed the previews . . . Forget it.
Football shirts . . . Fannee Doolee . . . #40 . . .
such the woman . . . Much back . . . Mrs. Gun-
nerson . . . SYF Retreats . . . Grape-nuts . . .
Saturday night at Brown . . . Tennis . . . Dux-
bury Pizza . . . PB & J on rye . . . English frivo-
lities . . . Pong "This too shall pass, what is es-
sential is invisable to the eye." . . . The ever-
lasting enigma . . Noons.
DENNIS B. SYMMONDS
"Nothing great was ever achieved
Forty-one . . . Diana
Corner . . . Barnes .
Beach . . . Monument
you're not getting any thinner
. . . Bridge blimper caught
. 10/13/72 . . . Halls
Brew . . . Schlitz . . .
. Shipyard . . . Lee P.,
. Bob. you fish
Jerry, not again
. . . Jane . . . Bert . . . Mr. B., you fish . . . Wres-
tling . . #12 . . . Pancake . . . crossface . . .
mushrooms . . . red trucks . . . D.F.D. . . . "74"
... All done.
JOHN ARNOLD TAYLOR
Woops fired . . . What happened to Bill? . . .
Ben, get the truck ... I have the Bronpo, let's go
to Taunton. . . Bill's working on his theory of re-
lativity again . . . open me one . . . Put the lime
in the coconut . . . I.H.F.P. . . . The Russian
Eagle 4 times more than the American Bird.
ROBERT JOHN TIERNEY
"You do your thing and I'll do my thing. If it
turns you on— do it!"
Carol, you are such a dig-it . . . Good morning,
everybody . . . La-de-da . . The first landing of
PENELOPE BIDWELL WALKER
"Take your place on the great Mandella. as it
moves through vour brief moment of time."
M.A.C. . . . Pro-Pilgrim . . . Odessa . . . HUS-
FLIDSSKOLE . . . Fletcher Farm Craft School
. . . 1/1/1973 . . . Tomtegubins . . . Let's get
back to the land.
THOMAS NEAL TANNER
"And he that does one fault at first, and lies to
hide it. makes it two."
Cheryl Anne . . . MPD . . . RSVP . . In the ball
park . . 13.909 . . . Flash him 2 points . . . Briar-
wood . . . Tenacious . . . Life's a jungle . . .
Summer of "73" . . . Furrr . . . Boolous . . . Oct.
13, 1973 . . . Mihe. what kind tonight? ... My
SUZANNE MARIE VIENNEAU
"Keep me away from the wisdom that does not
cry, the philosophy which does not laugh, and
the greatness which does not bow before chil-
dren. For as life and its mysteries bring me closer
to my fellow man. I see every individual has a
place to fill in the world."
. . . Nantucket Nights . . .
ROBERT GARDINER WILSON IV
"But I have promises to keep, and miles to go be-
fore I Bleep."
Walden Pond? . . . Cenurd, Yes . . . BCL . . .
Hey, how's your weight? . . . Negative . . . Look
at mother B. rag . . . "The cookie syndrome" . . .
Whey, we're not England . . . Fish . . . The ball
. . . Colonel? . . . Who'll feed the duck? . . . Def-
inite bloody stumps . . . Floatin . . . Euchie time
. . . Whirlpool 2,3,4, . . . Cokeater . . Car, take
Partys . . . Partys . . . Partys . . . Kingston car
wash . . . Night walking to Brant Rock . . . Frog
. . . West Ossopee, New Hampshire . . . Water
skiing . . . Summer of '73 . . . Good old shop . . .
$42.00 . . . fancy cooking . . . beer . . . T.V.
weekends . . . quick temper . . . own business
. . . Coc-noc Red Olds . . . Application Boston
. . . sneaking away . . . Make Love, Not War.
JAMES LAWRENCE WHALEN IV
It's Decent ... to the beach in a flash ... a poor
boy from N.J. . . . Dave, how 'bout a ride? . . .
Guinies have got to go . . . What's the matter?—
Nothin! . . . Yeah, Yeah, Yeah . . . Uncle Wig-
gley? . . . Blown Away Jay . . . Mark, wanna get
the bump? . . . Sharks . . . Weigh-a-Ton or two
. . . Football, brew, sleeping . . . Later.
KARL DEAN WOKENFUSS
"Use time as a tool, not as a couch."
"Holy Mackeral deir Andy" . . club 58 . . . Wel-
fleet packy . . . Wolfy, let's go bowling . . .
Eddy's party's . . . "Get Bent" . . . Honda— Da-
vidson . . . Night on Crosse's Beach 8/28/73 . . .
Smitty's . . . My yachet and Pat . . . Riding with
Mr. Johnson . . . Sure Gerand . . . Sully's Cider
. . . "Put vour hinda on a Honda."
BARBARA ELLEN WEATHERLOW
"Life is a cabaret ol' chum, come to the Caberet!"
Aw— reet! . . . Cushshshshsh . . . Betty . . . Ba-
zoolas . . . The Golden Fleece . . . The Magic
Theatre . . . Bar Harbor to Ellsworth. P. Town,
full moon . . . people who climb mountains are
crazy! . . . Hot Tamale! . . . Mt. Robson . . .
P.R.J. . . . Snoopy Medea . . . V.W.-20°F . . .
J.H.. March 23 and 24 . . . Let me out!!
I don't know .
. H.U.S.A. .
Balls and Bats
IIP ¥ Si "III
breros . . . Switchem' Mitchem'
'71 ... The Bears of M.S. . . . Nothin
S.J.P.R. . . . Big John's Brew . . . Troop # 437
Cockadoodledoo BSP & NSP . . . Crusters
The Monketts . . . Yes Wakes . . . The Bods
Mrs. Kusins Nantucket . . . Uncle Lee's
double trouble . . Our Birdies. Janie?.
Curtis Compact . . . Rod . . . SS . . . Mustang
. . . Country John . . . Donkey . . . Big Wimp
. . . "51" Dodge . . . E.G. . . . Rockport St. . . .
Producers . . . Summer of "73" . . . Rexhame
. . . Porter Street . . . Brunswick Street . . . Yel-
low boat . . . one dollar . . . Beach partys . . .
July 4, night . . . Dave . . . Michael . . . Catalina
action . . . $200 dollars red . . . class of "74".
Pictures Not Shown
"Lovely to know the warmth your smile can
bring to me; I want to tell you, but the words you
do not know!
Beatles "62" . . . Mashapee cruiser . . . O.K. Jake
. . . Beach Boys White candles . . . Tull . . . Fox-
boro ... J. Bean . . . Wendy Wierdo? Kathy and
Ryan . . . "Mary in the morning" Wat-
"Might as well can't dance" . . . Terrific, Sharon
. . . Sure, I'm crazy . . Rip the shirt— how cliche
. . . Neat sneakers . . . Where's Chard? . . . Boo
. . . E.L. . . . Let's go Vicking . . . Newports,
Poptarts, and Fresca . . . "When I look to the
west, there's a feeling I get, and my spirit is
crying for leaving" . . . Rulley Never mind.
DONNA LEE BESEGAI
Mark is my man . . . March 3, 1973 . . . hand-
some, gentle, lovable, and always there when
needed the most ... to be loved is just as pre-
cious as to love . . . "Bruno" . . . Puppies . . .
Slow gin ... I extend to each of my classmates
the hope that his or her goals in life are fulfilled.
"Be not to tame either, but let your own discre-
tion be your tutor. Suit the action to the word,
the word to the action; with this special observa-
tion, that you o'erstep not the modesty of
STEPHEN M. LEWIS
"Life is to be able to get as high as you want."
Smokes . . . bones . . cons . . . hoop . . . where's
all the brew? L.H.J. P. . . . Bill is very blitzed . . .
purple haze . . . L.M. is high Roast Beef . . . De-
struction . . . street lights . . . Standish Sheres I
think we should . . . DEAD
PETER HENERY RODOGAST
"I'll be back tomorrow for the punchline— tr this
joke" . . . Nova Scotia . . . Truckin . . . It's a
Raliegh . . . M.V. . . . Maine 4000 footers . . .
W.M.N.V. . . . bear hut . . . Donny . . . W.P. . . .
Cubin . . V.W. . . . Cut out the corners . . .
B.W. . . . Alaska bound
FREDERICK T. TAYLOR
Sandy . . . 442 . . . Schlitz . . . Paul's house . . .
MARK L. THAYER
KCA ... 351 D.F.D. . . . Luv is Donna . . . Hazel
eyes . . . black hair nice face . . . She is what's
mine all the time . . . Caesar . . . Oldies but
Goodies . . . Knickerbocker Natural . . . Ben-
nett's Tires Porcha mechanics . . . Let all people
live as if today were the last day to live . . . Keep
your faith with God.
Junior Class Prom
Color my World
It was a beautiful May evening, and all along the
streets of Duxbury one could see tuxedoed boys and
flowered girls all gaily driving toward the Halifax
The theme "Color my World," was certainly car-
ried by the gay, bright flowers, corsages, and scat-
tered decorations about the hall.
Sheila Johnson was crowned as queen with Dana
Marshall and Denise Chapdelaine as her court. The
band then played their haunting version of "Color
my World" while the queerr, her court, and their es-
It was a wonderful evening to be cherished along
with faded corsages and programs.
Class of 1976
Class of 1975
"Consider that I labored not for myself only, but
for all them that seek learning."
Sondra Upham— English
Michael Reed— French
Alice Ohannessian— Art
John Sullivan— History
Front: G. Slifler, T. O'Neil. Middle: G. Hunter, M. Hammond, B. Sangster, L Caleskie, H. Pierce. Back: R. Taft, D.
Brigandi, C. Hill, L. Anderson, L. Reidy, B. Laufs.
American Field Service
This year the American Field Service has strived for many new and interesting goals. Al-
though Duxbury did not host a foreign student this year, AFS has maintained a great deal of
interest within the High School and the town. AFS was very fortunate in seeing Terry O'Neil
spend this past summer in Turkey. She enjoyed her stay very much and we know that AFS
was a very rewarding experience for Terry.
Clockwise from top: N. Larson, G. Shomberg, N. Caleskie. I. Caleskie. K. Williams
L. Maclntash. N. Tirrell
This year the D.H.S. Majorettes were
led by Irene Caleskie, as head major-
ette, with Dorrie Driver and Norma
Tirrell as alternates. A five girl line up
followed them onto the football field,
in the Homecoming and Memorial Day
parades and onto competitive perfor-
mances. In September the football sea-
son looked hard and heavy without the
help of an advisor to manage and di-
rect them, but the future brightened
again when the girls found Mrs. Wil-
liam Martin, a former High School
Head Majorette. With her help, the ef-
forts of Mr. Johnson and their own
hard work, the majorettes had a great
season leading the band into field ma-
neuvers and twirling flags as well as
batons. Progress and accomplishment
in all areas this year showed new signs
of promise and achievement for an
even better future.
Perhaps one of the most profound yet basic
parts of our lives is the music with which we and
other people of the world live. When asked about
some of his personal views regarding this year's
season of the band, Roger Jarvis said:
"Music adds another dimension to the
school— the band shows that musically and
appearance wise it is the most disciplined; it
covers four very diverse age groups. It
teaches how to know and understand.''
Regarding the importance of music, he said:
"For the individual, participation in a musi-
cal group is one of the most important
things for training of tolerance, understand-
ing society, and ourselves. If the real mean-
ing of the piece can be expressed, one can
get a better meaning of it. Understanding is
a great word."
Concerning the choir, Mr. Jarvis had this to say;
"It was like starting over but they're doing one hell of a job. They have a sound
like fifty, and there's only twenty of 'em. We're doing nice things and we're doing
He continued by saying;
"Our philosophy is not just to have a good performance, but to expose the stu-
dents to an understanding of music from all ages. This broadens their views of mu-
sic, and as a result, of life. Both Mr. Johnson and I are bilingual— we speak both
English and Music."
Front; M. Dahlen, K. Carson, C. Roe, L. Kates, J. Hieblenger, A. Costello, A Bohannon,
Back; B. Gilman, D. Sawyer, J. Frame, A. Ryan, J. Bradford, R. Randall, R. Gilman
Fine Arts Club
The Fine Arts Club is a group dedicated to
attending musical, theatrical, and artistic
events. Several students have already been
to see the successful play "One Flew Over
the Cuckoo's Nest", as well as the Plymouth
Philharmonic's performance of Beethoven's
Seventh Symphony. The group is open to
any student interested in broadening his
perspective on the arts, and its popularity
has grown with each event.
The Library Service Club
has stimulated a good deal of
interest this year at DHS. Un-
der the guidance of Miss Jo
Anne Frame, the Club has been
learning the principles in-
volved in running a library.
The officers of the club are
President Rob Randall, Vice
President Dana Sawyer, Trea-
surer Anne Ryan, and Secre-
tary Sherri Randall. Under the
leadership of these four offi-
cers, the group has planned
such activities as book fairs
and trip to the Boston Public
Library. Each day, there are al-
ways members of the LCS in
the library helping Miss Frame
with the daily duties such as
running errands and keeping
the library in tip-top shape.
L. Dawe, L. Mastrogiavanni, J. Delano, M. Denyer, L. Mastrogia-
vanni, Advisor D. Kostreva
The Duxbury Key Club
Sitting: D. Anacone, B. Wilson, J. Chase, Standing: D. Kennison, P. Carroll, J. Ennis, D. Barlow, J. Otsuki, T. Moore,
P. Barlow, S. Tenney, D. McCallum, M. Pittenger, S. Kokins, M. Drummey, P. Shepard, S. Haskell
The Duxbury Key Club is a youth organization interested in organizing and helping in
community projects. This year, efforts consisted of: cleaning up the football field after
home games, delivering of town reports, selling balloons for the heart fund, holding food
drives for the Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, helping place Christmas trees along the
snow fences in order to stop erosion of the beach, and holding a carnigras to help other
school organizations raise money. This year's club was led under President Dave Anacone,
Vice President Chuck Roberts, Treasurer Bob Wilson, Secretary Jerry Chase. All our activi-
ties were watched under the close scrutiny of our faculty advisor, Fran Sabol.
The Duxbury Key
Sitting: D. Roberts. W. Dickson, R. Shirley. Standing: Mr. Tony Chamberlain (advisor), B. Sangster, J. Haffy, N.
Moran, L. Anderson, C. Hill, H. Hammond, B. Laufs, G. Hunter, M. Roberts, D. Sawyer, G. Wolfe, G. Enzie, L. Reidy.
K. Reidy, L. Maguire, S. Peterson, C. Vienneau, D. Bruce
The Key turned over a new leaf and crew this year. Starting from scratch, under the su-
pervision of Mr. Tony Chamberlain, the press started rolling, and there was no stopping its
progress. This first edition came out in early October, and it wa$ a success. The high point
in the Key history came this year when the Cutlers donated the "Clipper's" old justo-type
machines. The staff was estatic, and soon another edition rolled off the press in November.
The Key is on its way to becoming aninstition in D.H.S.
Front to back: C. Hill, G. Stifler, T. O'Neil, I. Caleskie, C. Dedekian, K. Marconi, C. Patch, S. Mathewson, H. Pierce, D.
Driver, B. Stewart, L. Buechler, D. Roberts, B. Sangster, B. Laufs, L'. Anderson, L. Mastrogia Vanni, W. Emerson, B.
Wilson, R. Randall, C. Pickles, R. Taft
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society led by President Bob Wilson, Vice President Carol Patch, Secretary
Gwynne Stifler, and treasurer Laura Hyer, attempting to become an active organizations in the school
this year. Under the direction of Mr. Kennedy the Honor Society first revised the rules of eligibility and
dismissal in order to limit the number of students admitted. Also, a tutoring system was brougnt into the
school by the society with the members acting as tutors. It is hoped by all the members of the Honor
Society that the organization will remain active through the years to come.
Left to right: M. Simkins. W. Pierce. P. McGrath. B. Wilson. R. Hoel. N. Doane. P. Shepard, K. Guild. I. Caleskie. M.
Landers, K. Marconi. C. Shields. C. Vienneau. S. Vienneau. L. Tenney. G. McCallum. C. Hill. J. Otsuki. D. Barlow.
Mr. James Buechler, advisor
Student Council 1973-74
This year, the student council with Peggy McGrath President, Vice President John Otsuki, Secretary
Carol Vienneau, and Treasurer Carol Hill has enlarged its membership to six representatives per class.
Our main concern this year has been adjustments to the new school environment. We have concentrated
on increasing communications with the School Committee. Our newest endeavor is organizing an assem-
blies program. We have defined the role of a Student Council and hope that next year's council can exer-
cise this to the fullest.
This page sponsored by Puritan Clothing Co.
—The National Thespian Society
The Thespian Society, under the direction of Mr. Richard Miller, has been extremely active this year.
The officers of the Society are President, Barbara Weatherlow; Vice President, Mike Sawyer; Secretary,
Irene Caleskie; and Treasurer, Joe Grady. This year, the Thespians have produced the Fall Festival of
Plays, the Senior Class play, and the All-School Musical, "Oklahoma!" They also were the hosts of the
State Regional Festival to which they contributed a play entitled "Duck", written by David Jenness, a
former student at DHS. The Society sponsored a field trip to Boston to see "One Flew Over the Cukoo's
Nest", which was enjoyed by all who were fortunate enough to go. As well as sponsoring these activities,
the Thespians have redone the entire stage and they now have their own room— The Green Room, which
is located next to the stage. The interest in drama has increased rapidly each year at DHS and approxi-
mately twenty people have been initiated to the Society after each production. The main goal of the
Thespian Society is to stimulate an interest in drama at DHS and it appears that this goal is rapidly being
1973 Tournament of Plays
The junior class play won the trophy for the 1973 Tourna-
ment of Plays. "They do it to Rats", the junior class play,
was directed by John Aldrich, a 1973 graduate of Duxbury
High. The creative use of music, lights, and set design, along
with the good quality of acting, made this play the first
choice of the judges. Best acting awards went to Kip Keith
and Candy Perry.
The freshman play, "The Spectators," was directed by
Ronald Pomroy and took second place. The thirteen stu-
dents, all new to the High School stage, exhibited much tal-
ent. The best acting awards went to Douglas Bruce and Beth
Brodie and also to John Bradford who performed ex-
cellently in the role of the moralistic teenager.
The sophomore play, "Up the Rent", was directed by
Clyde Chetwynde. An excellent Irish characterization was
done by Debby Hagen who earned the best actress award.
The best actor award went to Chris Aghjayan who played
the role of a stubborn land owner.
Duxbury High School took groat pleasure in-present-
ing "Oklahoma!", another Roger's and Hammerstein
hit, to our sea shore community on February 14,15, and
16. The charming, lovely Laurie who was our heroine,
was played by Laura Maguire. Her dashing hero,
Curly, was played by Bill Nourse. While Laura and Bill
filled the auditorium with great voices, there were oth-
ers who also sang up a storm. The fast peddlerman was
well portrayed by Dana Sawyer, and the penniless
Will was wonderfully acted by Kip Keith. In the play,
these two men are marriage candidates for the giggling
Ado Annie, who was played by Debby Canty. Sue
Mathewson did a great job portraying Aunt Eller, and
Jud, our villian, was well acted by Jeff Richard. These
starring members were well supported by an out-
standing cast. Credit for directing the fine production
went to Mr. Larry Dunn, and the musical aspects of the
show were under the capable handling of Mr. Roger
On December seventh and
eighth, the curtain rose to un-
veil the Senior Class Play,
"Don't Drink the Water" by
Woody Allen. The play takes
place in American Embassy
behind the Iron Curtain where
funny situations, coupled with
superb acting, had the au-
dience in stitches. Axel Magee,
portrayed by Michael Pitten-
ger, is a bungling idiot with a
pleasant disposition who tries
to be helpful but never quite
succeeds. Bob Wilson, as Wal-
ter Hollander, the caterer from
New Jersey who is trapped
with his family in the Embassy,
had the audience falling out of
their seats with his witty lines
and superb acting. Marion Hol-
lander, played by Becky Sang-
ster, is Walter's comic wife and
Becky did a marvelous job por-
traying her. Their daughter,
Susan, played by Sheila John-
son, falls in love with Axel and
eventually marries him. Dana
Sawyer, as a Southern Baptist
minister, was one of the key
elements of the play. Dana,
along with Mr. Kilroy, played
by Rob Randall, had the au-
dience constantly laughing.
The play was a tremendous
success and it will be remem-
bered as one of the best exam-
ples of drama at DHS.
'I'm just a caterer From New Jersey"
The Partridge Staff
Front to Back: D. Canty, B. Sangster, D. Chapdelaine, G. Hunter, B. Laufs, S. Vienneau, R. Taft, G.
Stifler, K. Marconi, H. Pierce, T. O'Neil, T. Tanner, C. Hill, A. Gazin, H. Hammond, M. Pittenger, R.
Shirley, S. Alander, S. Peterson, C. Dedekian, L. Buechler, L. Caleskie
They said we seniors would have to try hard to top the last yearbook. Well, we did, and we did. One
could always tell which seniors were on the staff. The intense blond who strode through the halls drag-
ging a befuddled photographer was Debby Canty (editor in chief). And if you were slammed into your
locker by two wild eyed seniors with paper filled book bags, muttering "deadline" you can bet they were
Brenda Laufs (lay out editor) and Becky Sangster (literary editor). Robin Taft (art editor) could always be
seen with brush or pen clenched in her teeth and bottles of ink balanced precariously on her books. And
then there was the red headed dynamo duo, Gigi Hunter and Mike Pittenger (business managers), who
never failed to bring some humor into our penniless state. Last but not least is the man on sports Mark
Collins (sports editor). And of course there are the helpers baking Italian dishes frantically and trudging
up and down the streets of Duxbury pleading for pennies. And Miss Gips, oh Miss Gips, what would we
have done without you? Miss Gips, our advisor, kept us going throughout the storm. One could also tell it
was deadline time when Miss Gips would stalk on unsuspecting Literary Editors or Layout Editors with
a pleading glance. "Chin up, Miss Gips," we would cry gainly as we blundered through various bake
sales and Pot Luck suppers. Now, all in all, doesn't this sound like a fantastic staff? Well, at least, it's a
The Literary magazine staff, composed of students from the freshman through senior classes, exists for
the purpose of presenting creative writing and giving students who are interested in writing and publica-
tion an opportunity to put together a magazine. Writing is contributed to the magazine by any student
who wishes to aid the club and see his work in print. From the contributions, the members of the staff
select those which they believe have literary value.
The artwork, also contributed by the students, is coordinated with the literary work. We can not forget
Mrs. Quay, who has been a great help in publishing the magazine. With a dedicated staff, a dedicated
advisor, and all around hardwork, our magazine is truly a creation.
In all time of our distress,
And in our triumph too.
The game is more than the player of the game,
And the ship more than the crew!
The Field Hockey team had a very successful season this year. The girls,
under the coaching of Miss Deborah Brooks and the leadership of captains
Debby Canty, Jane Garrity, Eileen Grealy, and Peggy McGrath, clinched the
South Shore League Championship. With eleven seniors returning from last
year, the team's outlook appeared to be very bright. Unfortunately, the girls
got off to a disappointing start with a record of 2 wins, 2 ties, and 2 losses
after the first six games With over half the season remaining, the team de-
cided to put their talents together and this proved to be the key factor in the
strive for the championship. Going undefeated in their last eight games, the
girls achieved their goal. Much credit must be given to the team's great de-
fensive line. Outstanding defensive players were goalie, Eileen Grealy; left
fullback, Jane Garrity; and right halfback, Hilary Hammond, who was voted
the team's Most Valuable Player. These three girls were chosen to be mem-
bers of the All-Star field hockey team. Next year will most likely be a build-
ing year for the Dragon ladies, as only five varsity players will be returning.
Front K. Marconi, J. Delano, P. McGrathy, D. Canty, J. Garrity, E. Grealey, K.
Brodie, T. O'Neal. Back. Coach D. Brooks, L. Newbauer, H. Hammond, H.
Pierce, L. Anderson, L. Tenney, B. Keller, C. Murphy, N. Carlson
This page sponsored by Winsor's.
Front, D. Doane, L. Hammond, L. O'Neal. K. Burke, C. Wilson, G. Southard, B. Battista, J. Driscoll. Back, Manager C. Hill. A. Rear-
den, C. Grealey, C. Woods, C. Leonard, S. Schaeffer, D. Fulmer, J. Chandler, J. Haffy, R. Blackford, J. Osborne, M. Haines, V. Carroll.
F. Chandler, S. Novey. M. Severson, Coach J. Toolin, C. Marshall.
First Row— left to right— David Daikh, Richard Burke, Jerry Chase, Ronny Johnson, co-
captain Jack McCarthy, co-captain Jeff Bolster, Peter Dickow, Bob Wilson, David Ana-
cone, George Cobb, David MacCallum, Greg Conroy, Billy Orth, Second Row— Don Land-
ers, Jay Whalen, Chuck Roberts, Micheal Doherty, Jay Desmarais, Peter Barlow, Wayne
Dickson, David Barlow, Steve Haskell, Gil Francke, Bob Collins, Coach William Pag-
nano. Third Row-Chris Abott, Andy Bolster, Pat Carroll, Gary Lilly, Kevin McCarthy
The Duxbury High School football team completed one of
its best seasons this year. With regular season wins over
Martha's Vineyard (20-0), Holbrook (34-6), Cohasset (22-6),
and a tie with Provincetown (12-12), Duxbury ended with a
3-5-1 record. Starting seniors on the team included Chuck
Roberts, David Daikh, Dave Anacone, and Jeff Bolster. Se-
nior linemen included Jay Whalen, Jack McCarthy, Pete Di-
ckow, Jerry Chase, and George Cobb. The ends were Dave
McCallum and Gil Franke. The quarter-back was senior
Don Landers. The alternates were Richard Burke, Bob Wil-
son, Ronny Johnson, Bill Orth, and Greg Conroy who sat out
most of the season with a chipped shin bone. Next year's
team will be centered around four of this year's juniors.
They are running backs David Barlow and Bob Collins, and
linemen Steve Haskell and Wayne Dickson.
Back Row: S. Levesquo, P. Theroux, R. Hutchinson, M. Lovcjoy, D. Mugford, F.
Gazzola, P. Sinott, J. Drollet, A. Levesque, R. Clark. Front Row: K. Hubbard, R.
Ferguson, S. Ivanhoff, T. Tanner, R. Hoel, J. Taylor, M. Earl, W. Hearn, G.
Under the fine coaching of Mr.
Chirk, this year's team completed
the season with a 5-9 record. The
team was led by the running of
Mark Lovejoy who captured first
four times. But he wasn't alone in
giving the team its victories. It
was the hard work and running of
the largest cross country squad in
Duxbury's history. The lead-
ership of seniors Randy Hoel
(captain), and Tom Tanner, and
John Taylor also was a factor. All
these combined for a successful
season. With many under-
classmen returning, Cross Coun-
try will be an up and coming
sport in the years to come.
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Back row: D. Loring, J. Thompson, G. Southard, P. Barboza, P. Ayers, K. Shea, G.
Burbank, B. Pitts, J. Otsuki, D. Kennison, B. McEvoy, T. Barclay, Coach Foster
Cass. Second ROW: T. Burdick, B. Pollock, R. Kendrew, J. Barrows, M. Drummey,
M. Pittenger, P.Charles. B. Benevento, D. Anderson, L. Khin.
As in the past, the Duxbury High
School soccer team proved again this
year that they were the best in the
South Shore League. Coach Foster
Cass saw his team go undefeated in
their sixteen regular season games,
winning fourteen and tying only two.
Members of this team who will be re-
membered most are goalie Kevin Shea,
forwards Jim "Bear" Barrows, John Ot-
suki, and Richard "Stick" Kendrew,
halfback Mark Drummey, and full-
backs Mike Pittenger, Paul Barboza
Grant Southard, and Bill Pollock.
Kneeling: M. Leblanc, K. Hubbard, T. Whalen, P. Locke, J. Whalen.
Standing: Mr. Vito Mazzola (coach), M. Champ, R. Ferguson, J. Re-
gina, R. Burke, D. Pierce, B. Wilson, G. Cobb, R. Hoel, B. Ballard, S.
Haskell, Mr. Bill Barges (coach)
Coach Bill Barges again put together an ex-
cellent wrestling team this year. Wins over
schools such as Plymount-Carver, Franklin, and
Marshfield were just some of the big ones
achieved by the 1974 wrestling team. Seniors
leading the team are Randy Hoel, Richard Burke,
Bob Wilson, Jay Whalen, Bruce Ballard, George
Cobb, and Mike Champ, Underclassmen on the
team are Tom Whalen, Guy Leblanc, Peter Locke,
Keviv'Hubbard, Steve Haskell, Don Pierce, and
Joe Regina. Many of these wrestlers will be re-
turning next year for hopefully an even better
Kneeling; A. Colvin. R. Kendrew. S. Lewis. C. Heckman, S. Case. Standing: E
McCallum, T. Tanner, E. Vickers. B. MacDonald, P. Carrignan
The Duxbury Basketball team has gone through a very disap
pointing year. Duxbury was able to win only one game the entin
season. That was a one point victory over Cohasset. Even thougl
it has been a poor season most of the members of the team an
underclassmen. Junior forwards such as Bob MadConald, Ec
Vickers, Phil Carrigan will be back next year. Chip Heckman
Steve Case and Art Colvin will also be back next season. Steve
Lewis, Richard "Stick" Kendrew, Chuck Roberts, Tom Tanne:
and Dave "Bucky" McCallum are Senior members of this year';
team. Next season should be looked forward to, since the "core'
of the team will be returning.
Bottom to top: K. McArthur, M. Connelly, G. McCallum.
K. Roberts, K. Burke, C. McCall, R. Blackford, E. Grealy,
J. Garrity, D. Canty, L. Hyer
The Duxbury High School girl's basketball team
coached by Miss Jane Toolin and captained by Jane
Garrity and Laura Hyer, experienced a rather disap-
pointing season this year. Most of the girls, however,
will be returning next year to hopefully improve on
this year's record. Seniors on this year's team include
Debby Canty, Jane Garrity, Laura Hyer, Holly Pierce,
and Eileen Grealy, Other members of the team include
Maura Connelly, Gail McCallum, Karen McArthur, Ka-
ren Roberts, Kathy Burke, Cathy McCall, and Robyn
High School hockey has increased
tremendously in popularity, not
only in Duxhury itself but in the en-
tire South Shore. For the Duxbury
hockey team, each season is becom-
ing more and more successful, and
this year's season was no exception.
Next year's team will have lost only
two members from the 1974 club.
John Taylor and Jeff Bolster are the
only two seniors graduating from
this year's team. Junior forwards
Steve Tenney and John Otsuki will
be returning next year along with
Larry Maddock, Andy Bolster, Terry
Heneghan, Peter Shepard, Scott
Johnson, John Arnold, Frank
Clamer, and Frank Haugh. On de-
fense, Chris and Kevin McCarthy,
Steve Leonard, and Gerry White
will be returning for another season.
The goalie situation is also set for
next season— Dave Kennison is only
Bottom: C. McCarthy, S. Johnson, D. Kennison, B. Heneghan, G. Arnold, T. Hen-
eghan, F. Haugh. Top: L. Maddock, F. Clamer, S. Tenney, S. Leonard, K. McCarthy,
J. White, J. Taylor, A. Bolster, J. Otsuki, D. Bartlett, P. Shepard, J. Bolster, Coach D.
Last year's boys' tennis team compiled an outstanding
record of 8 wins and only 2 losses. Both losses were to the
league champions, Cohasset, who ended their season unde-
feated. Members of the Duxbury Tennis Team were: Scott
Rich, Matt Fogarty, Richard Burke, Grant Southard, Paul
Barboza, Colin Dahlen, Mike Mueller, and Steve Tenney.
Paul Barboza and Grant Southard made up the number
one doubles team, while Scott Rich and Matt Fogarty were
the number one and two singles player. With all but one
member, Mike Mueller, returning this coming year, Dux-
bury has more than an excellent chance of winning the
South Shore League Tennis Championship.
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
The 1973 Girls* Tennis Team was atop the South Shore League.
The Dragonettes had an almost flawless season, raking up eleven
wins and one defeat. Freshmen on the team were: Kathy Hopkins
and Lederly Tenney. Sophomores were: Kathy Burke. Julie De-
lano. Sue Peters. Amy Hearn. and Kathy McCall. The juniors
members were: Holly Pierce. Beth Keller, Gigi Hunter and Liz
Queeny. The seniors who will be missed greatly are: Pam Myette,
Alison Berglund. and Moira Otsuki.
The team's stiffest competition of the season was against Co-
hasset. Duxbury defeated them 5-2.
Kathy Burke. Sue Peters, Amy Hearn. and Beth Keller all had
super seasons. They remained undefeated. The team had an ex-
cellent season due to the girls' spirit, strenuous conditioning, and
the fine coaching of Jane Toolin and the managing of Kirslen
Top Row— J. Toolin. L. Queeny. C. Hopkins. J. Delano. K. Burke. H. Pierce. M. Ol
suki. 1st Row— L. Tenney. G. Hunter. S. Peters. A. Hearn. C. McCall. B. Kella
Kneeling— A. Berglund. P. Myette.
Back Row: B. Pollock, G. Washburn, P. Orrichio, A. Colvin, E. Vickers, I. Tonrey,
M, Battista, R. Cushing, Coach D. Murphy. Front Row: L. Johnson, J. Otsuki, J.
Whalon, S. Wyman, S. Andrews, S. Lewis.
Last year's baseball team had another successful season under the fine coaching
of Dave Murphy. During the regular season Duxbury compiled a 12-4 record, good
enough for a second place in the South Shore League and an entry into the Play-
offs. Duxbury was eliminated in the semi-finals of the Eastern Mass Baseball
Mark Battista was the star pitcher of the team and also one of the Co-captains
along with third-baseman Jimmy Tonrey. Other members of the team were Scott
Wyman as catcher, Ed Vickers at first base, Steve Andrews at second base, Paul
Orricio at shortstop, Renny Cushing in left field, Greg Washburn in centerfield,
and Jay Whalen in rightfield. Three reserve players that aided Duxbury's Success
were Arthur Colvin, Larry Johnson and John Otsuki. One of the fine achievements
of the season was the defense. Statistics proved that the Dragons were the best
defensive team in the league.
Only five players are lost from last year's team for the upcoming season.
Coach David Murphy
Back Row: Miss Brooks. C. Murphy. C. Ayers. C. Pratt. C. Perry. P. Herrick
Middle Row: E. Grealy. K. McCallum. N. Alves. S. Ahlquist. J. Cislaghi. D
Chapdelaine. Front Row: M. Galassr, N. Merrick. D. McNab. D. Canty. J
The 1973 girl's softball team, under the coaching of Miss
Deborah Brooks, had a good season last spring. The girls had
to play each team twice as there were only seven teams in the
South Shore League. The team was able to defeat each team at
least once with the exception of Hanover, who went unde-
feated for the season. Outstanding players for the team were
Nancy Merrick, who did a great job pitching: left-fielder Joyce
Burdick: and third baseman Jill Cislaghi. who was also the
team's relief pitcher. Due to the unfortunate resignation of
Coach Brooks, the team will have a new coach this spring and
the girls are looking forward to working with her.
B;ick Row-R. Clark, C. Noon, B. Desmond, G. Frieberg, W. Buechler, M. Earl, K.
1 lubbard, B. Pitts, M. Lovejoy, D. Mugford, P. Carroll, D. Symonds, D. Kostreva.
Front Row— T. Tanner, J. Barrows, R. Shirley, R. Hoel, D. Anacone, Capt. C. Son-
ntag, B. Wilson, C, Roberts, ). McCarthy, R. Johnson.
The 1973 DHS Boys' Track and Field Team had many players who
really made an effort to improve the team's standing. A few of the
more prominent players were: Jack McCarthy, putting the shot; Da-
vid Anacone, throwing the Discus; Randy Hoel going over the hur-
dles; Bob Wilson running the two mile; and Chuck Roberts in the
The team anticipates a very successful record during the next sea-
son. Just one senior graduated. There will be many seniors returning,
along with many underclassmen.
Last year's senior members of the Duxbury Golf Team were Craig Royal, the number one man on the team,
and Bob Foster, the number two man on the team. The Golf Team went undefeated through all of its league
matches losing only to Tabor Academy in a non-league match. The number three man on the team was Junior
Ricky Kendrew. Placed number four was sophomore David Hilliard, and the number five man, also a soph-
omore, was Phil Carrigan, Brandt Cline, Paul Ayers, and David Brown, all sophomores, rounded out last year's
South Shore League Championship team. The Golf team went to the State Qualifying Round, but missed out on
gaining a final playoff birth. This year's team will be led by Senior Rick Kendrew and Juniors Brandt Cline and
This year was the first year that D.H.S. had a girls' track team. The
team consisted of eleven girls, with Laura Hyer and Becky Sangster
as the captains. The girls worked with the boys' track team and be-
cause they were only a first year team, they could not compete intra-
murally. The team is anticipating a successful season this spring as
there will be many girls returning to the team.
Standing: P. Bohanarr, R. Hanks, E. Dou-
quette, L. Ellis-, N. Larson. Kneeling: J.
Waffey, J. Osborne, J. Johnstone, D. Shom-
berg. Sitting: B. Sangster, L. Hyer.
Front row: Captains J. Burdick and D. Chapdelaine. Back row: T. Hart, D. Anderson, D. Marshall. D. Sansone, K.
This year's cheerleading squad was led by seniors Joyce Burdick, Denise Chapdelaine,
and Debby Marshall. The rest of the squad were juniors Debby Anderson, Kim MacCallum,
Donna Sansone and newcomers to the squad Trish Hart and Penny Herrick. The girls really
helped improve the spirit in Duxbury. For basketball season the cheerleaders raised money
and bought new uniforms. To go with these uniforms, they changed many of the cheers and
also made up new ones. The squad had alot of ability this year and should have as much
next year as only three seniors graduate.
This page sponsored by Barney's
Homecoming is usually one of the most exciting games
during the football season, and it truly was this year. There
was a Pep-Rally the night before the game when the queen
and her court was chosen. Suzanne Vienneau was our
lovely queen with Andre LeBlanc, Pat Sullivan, and Beth
Marconi in the equally lovely court. The parade the next
morning was a great success with the junior float winning
first place. There was a huge crowd to cheer our team on to
a great victory over Cohasset, 22-6.
After a 14-0-2 regular season record was achieved, the
DHS soccer team entered the Eastern Mass. Championships.
In the quarter finals. Duxbury faced Hopedale and easily
defeated them, 4-1, at the Brockton field. In the semi-finals,
the Dragons and Old Rochester played in Boston College
Stadium. After the regulation four quarters, and after four
overtime periods, the score ended at 2-2. Due to more corner
kicks, Duxbury was awarded the victory and the opportu-
nity to enter the Eastern Mass. Finals against Nauset Re-
gional High School.
The game, which was played at Boston University, went
through the regulation four periods and almost four over-
time periods as well before a winner was declared. With
only 1:35 remaining on the clock and Duxbury leading in
corner kicks by a large margin. Nauset scored the winning
goal, clinching the Eastern Mass. Championship. Nonethe-
less, this year's Duxbury High School soccer team will be
remembered as the best in Duxburv history.
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