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XBURY FBEE LIBRARY 



3 1633 00256 5308 




Duxbury Free Library 



Duxbury, Massachusetts 



For Reference 



Not to be taken from this room 



I can't say I know where the time has gone; 

These warm spring nights bring out a certain contusion 

These are such strange times 

When one lives in the sweetness of the past 

while existing in the subdued sadness or the present. 

Find what tragedies we must; 
Find what happiness is there. 
With us leaves a spirit 
never to return, 
never to exist. 

The wind whispers every name 
nevermore to dwell here 
another gone, 
more to come, 
as time moves on. 

Make no attempts to pick up fragments 
fragments of memories 
fragments of what used to be, 
for we have found a jewel 
of which there is no other. 

Don't look back, 

especially here, 

not even when it's dark. 

It was a different time, 

a different you 

in those treasured memories. 

I have seen silhoutted faces remembering 

places, 

people, 

and essences, 

silentlv surrendering to fate, 

faces looking back at times 

when there were good times ahead 

but realizing that there are only these quiet spring days. 

There are no words . . . 

Like a frightened adolescent 

running back to his childhood 

we look into each other's eyes these last days 

and try to see them clearly 

but they'll only fade. 

Never hold fast to what must be set free. 

Whatever you had once 

is gone. 

It never spoke; 

it only left silently 

to become mixed with your children and your future darkness, 
scarcely to be remembered 
till the elements dominate. 
There will be so many farewells 
but none such as this, 

whose meaning is restricted so by words — 

How can we ever say . . . 

How much we loved each other? 



Keith Huber 



A yearbook, when new, is special, and its 
nostalgic value becomes priceless as the years 
go on. The class of 1978 is proud to dedicate 
its yearbook to someone as special and unfor- 
gettable as the book itself, Mr. David Kispert. 

Better known as Coach Kispert, his most 
outstanding efforts and achievements have 
been for the DHS football team. Under the the 
coaching of Mr. Kispert, the football team has 
been revitalized and was more successful this 
year than in the past. As coach of this team, 
Mr. Kispert has earned admiration and respect 
from his players as well as the entire school. 
He brought to his team high hopes, high spir- 
its, and devotion. His mood and optimistic 
outlook seemed to be the key to motivating 
the team. 

Mr. Kispert has also earned respect from his 
history students. He has shown his students 
that learning can be a few good laughs along 
with hard work. Students praise his sense of 
humor and originality in teaching methods. It 
is no easy task to control, instruct, and moti- 
vate a group of high school students. It seems 
Mr. Kispert has had little trouble in getting 
students to like and respect him. 

In his two years at DHS, his achievements 
and devotion to our school have not gone 
unnoticed. To ascertain that this outstanding 
man will never be forgotten, we proudly dedi- 
cate our yearbook to Mr. Kispert. 

The Class of 1978 



Dedication 






in memoriam 

William N. Hardy 
1959-1976 



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Sentimental 



On April 15th, 1977, this year's Senior Class 
held its junior Prom — Sentimental Lady — at 
Ridders Country Club in Whitman. The prom, 
coordinated by Cecilia Dimuzio and Karen He- 
neghan, was a very successful and memorable 
evening. After a buffet dinner, the group 
"Hush" played the dance music and later 
chose the prom queen and her court. Christine 
Kennedy was chosen queen; Judy Marsh and 
Debbie Henderson were chosen for her court. 
After the prom, the prom party was held at the 
Legore's house. 





Tournament 
Action 



The 1977 Field Hockey and Soccer teams 
once again qualified for the State Tourna- 
ments. Although neither of the teams could 
attain the titles they had in the previous 
year, S.E. Mass. and Division Two State 
Champs, they deserve recognition for con- 
tinuing their outstanding achievements. It is 
very rare for two teams from a town as small 
as Duxbury to qualify for post season play 
as consistently as these two teams have. 

After the undefeated soccer team won the 
S.S.L. Championship they beat Hanover 8-0 
in the state tourney and advanced to 
Medfield, and beat them 3-0, this being their 
best game, but lost to Foxboro 3-1. The field 
hockey team ended its season in second 
place and proceeded into the states by beat- 
ing Falmouth 2-0, but then lost to Franklin. 

Both the field hockey and soccer teams 
would like to thank all the students and 
parents for their support throughout the 
season. 





Homecoming 
Weekend 1977 



Homecoming weekend began with the traditional 
pep rally amidst heaps of confetti. Chosen as 
queens were Senior Donna Rober and her court, 
Patty Simmons and Beth Severson, junior Gwen 
Evans, sophomore Julie Kallander, and freshman 
Mary Ellen Burton. Mike Colclough and his court 
Kent Bolster and Sean Sheehan were chosen as 
kings. Preceeding the game with Hull was the pa- 
rade, in which the seniors clearly demonstrated a 
product of class unity, though the sophomores won 
the award for best float. Although the Dragons lost 
7-6, they had staged a final minute comeback that 
had the crowd on its feet. To close the weekend, 
Spur played at the dance. 





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On December 9 and 10, the 
Class of 1978 gave their debut 
on the D.H.S. stage with "The 
Mouse That Roared". With a 
cast and crew of over 80 it was 
one of the largest productions 
at D.H.S., and one of the most 
successful. Their director Mr. 
Jack Devnew was only a 
rookie, but by the end of the 
show, he, and everyone else 
was a pro. Occasionally they 
had falling trees and confusing 
sound effects, but these mis- 
takes only added to the play's 
character and made it all the 
more enjoyable. 



The Mouse 






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Oh J'or an hour of uouHjfulj 
Owq bach my huenneHi spring! 
I'd rather laugh t abrighrtaire6 bo 
$Tian reign agraij-beardhinc). 

Holmes 



Walking along a split rail fence 

which separates the sea from the shore 
I wonder . . . which way will I fall 

on the solid and definite shore where tradition will lead me 
or to the open and daring sea . . . unsettled and spontaneous? 
I walk 

until a seagull's beckoning startles me 
my body leans left towards the shore 
and 

my soul follows the seagull 

across the waves of wondering. 

Leslie W'iedmann 



Dancing puppets — 

Little red-suited men with big brass buttons 
& silly grins 

Dangling from tangled strings. 

Clackety-clack wooden shoes, 

Bright blue trousers too, 

Big black-painted eyes 

& sharp little faces 

Chip & peel in odd places. 

Dancing puppets 

Twisting round & round 

On frayed twine. 

Strange little red-suited men 

Grinning wildly, confusedly. 

Valerie — ). Raszka 



You doze. 
You slumber. 

You suddenly feel a hand on your shoulder 
a breath on your cheek 
and sleep is gone, 

your bodv feels numb, from King still 

and thoughts of death 

creep into your mind. 

You turn onto your other side 

and death is gone 

but the same old tiresome thoughts 

of love, and life 

are still on your mind 

they keep you awake 

for you to wonder, 

why is love always on the other side? 

Bill Cline 



How difficult it is 
to remember 
that long perfected walk 

when many eves are upon one. 
How large the feet become, 
how awkwardly the hands 
are hung. 

)ay Hamilton 



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in memoriam 




Col. James R. Truden 
1908-1978 




seniors 



ERNEST W. A LANDER 

Ernie 

Suzuki oh jeez IYCBGBC Nice! Greg has a cat a hem It's 
alive oh foood oh yaah N.Y. parties I can't it broke cans I 
guess Bimbo's lady I don't feel a thing Born to be wild 
Vintage tin Bad )okes J.S. R.L 



SUSAN ELLEN ALLSOP 

How can we be sure of anything; the tide changes, the 
wind that made the grain wave gently yesterday blows 
down the trees tomorrow ... 3 muskateers . . . Sebago . . . 
BTR . . Bash . . Sailing . . . Beach bum . . . Scribe 





MICHAEL ALLISON 

Mr. Majestic 

Fletcher You Fagman Get blitzed at Tarkiln or what many 
Black Russians Mr. Majestic action bones what's the matter 
bones we're only doing a buck thirty Pink Floyd Don't Fear 
the Reaper Sharon 



RICHARD J. AMADO 

Trix 

Ahh 1 No more bodeetin in around this school? Callin short 
distance to the bat cave funked up . . . Small? Slow down, 
|r Where are the heffers? Danx you there? MD20-20, 
Living from the mind 



18 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allsop 



ADELE CATHERINE ANGERS 

Adele 

Time has come when I shall lake a path which is waiting 
tor me. The right path is the one I must find . . . X-C; O.).; 
only one . . . Kristen, summer "77" . . . dance; Trisha . . |r 
Class Party . Prom "77" |im . . . ! 




JEAN ANTAYA 

Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Don't walk 
behind me; I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my 
friend. . . . Pink roses . . . Seventeen . . . Bazaar ... VP 
CYO . . . UP S . . . CI . . . Nantucket . . . Blue cheese 



ALISON KINNEY ARNOLD 

Ali baba 

Love if you can. cry if you have to, be who you must that's 
a part of the plan Await your arrival with simple survival 
and one day we'll all understand ... A dreamer lives 
forever 




ERIC ARNOLD 

Tet's Blazer . . . summer "77" . . . blue eyed monsters . . . 
Barge . . . it's only twenty more pounds . . . you can do it 
. . . No. 34 . . . Kispy . . . I'll boot you right in the arss . . . 
60 ft . . Blue Bomb . . . State Champ . . . 



Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Angers 19 



MARGARET ROSE ASHCROFT 

Marg 

For everything you have missed, you have gained some- 
thing else; and for everything you gain, you lose something 
. . The one thing in the world, of value, is the active soul 
— Ralph Waldo Emerson 




RICHARD ). AYERS 

Three Days of the Condor . . . NHCC . . . Nantucket . . . 
RUNAWAY ... The SPINACH MAN? . . . Entering Florida 

. . . E-Z TEE . . . Key Club 



PETER FRANCIS BALBONI 

157-167? - Wrestling - Mr. Barges - Football - Tackle 
Offense - Defense — Mr. Kispert — Mangle — T - Bar - 

What Next? Dana - Eric - Erk Wrestling Camp! 

Football camp ? - Why do I play football - #75 - Will it 
ever be the same 




SCOTT DENNIS BARCLAY 

McDote 

S.M.D Blindness is a virtue . on vacation gone fishing 
BOOZE CRUISE . IMP 130 . Beach Alkes . I'm a painter 
Holes in Parents' Car, What . Midnight Auto Inc Melvin 
Kiss my RED EYE Duxbury High 



20 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Linde 



PETER BARTLETT 

Snake 

Old Cops Never Die, They lust Get Eat and Smoke Smelly 
Cigars . . . Partv with Costa !!! get Blitzed . . . Plymouth . . . 
Beach oh Brett 




SCOTT WILLIAM BARTLETT 

SB. 

X — Country ... Go Troy Baby . . . Lasagna at Reggie's . . . 
We're quitting Reg . . NBAP Franklin Park . . . Hockey . . . 
WYSOTB . . . Track . . . Matt Practice . . . Class Party . . . Easy 
Pepe ELP ABG . . . PAMHIM 



D AS A ALAS BEAS 

Dana 

All He wants to do is show you His love and to comfort 
you all you gotta do is take Him at His word. Football 
Wrestling { MONOMOY !) Skiing. Sara and lennifer n est - 
ce pas I Baggins ! 




JAMES THOMAS BEATOS 

Jim 

Class 78 Eagles '66 V\V SOCCER Gas Money Soccer 
Goalie "Rocky" swimming Hi Jane and Brenda and 
Ricky I'm going to the Francis' ! SHUT OUTS ! )imbo 
Things to remember 



Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Frank McArdle 21 



WILLIAM CLARK BEATON 

Bill 

Though one life spans so short a time, the results of that 
life will stand forever, en la luz de la luna Swimming ? 
The Quiet Life Theo Wasted Time Steve Miller 
Band soccer mas tarde 




DEBORAH LOUISE BENNETT 

Debby 

El Presidente Misty Songbird Close enough for jazz Could 
be tense! I.L.T.T.B.O.A. American 1776 #2 I'd rather be 
singing May 4 You don't know what you've got till it's 
gone — )oni Mitchell 



RICHARD E. BISSONETTE JR. 

Bizz 

DHS what a party Michs Dukes + 8 Enterprise the Vega 
what a joke Less Paul fool for the city soccer Cape Cod 
that tree ouch om Amherst Goodbye friends and Good 
Luck 




KATHRYN BLAIR 

Kit 

Be not afraid of life. Believe that life's worth living and it 
shall be . . . mm's . . . NWman ... 3 yrs wks . . . Lauren — 
Your Turn ? . . . over 100 . . . Cape 1 + 2nm . . . Changes 77 
. . . Beach . . . 4fw . . . Snow . . . Lite . . . friends . . . C'est La 
Vie . . . On and on . . . 



22 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emerson 




5flftQ)(m*<DiiT€«li ibtt Vlir_ <smdl flammes Garrett 23 



DAVID LORINC BOURCET 

Boo-Boo 

Nothing before and nothing behind but the sky and the 
ocean Florida Nightmares The Cape Estes I T L Bird Red 
Devil warm nights and cold brews! Burkey Turkey South 
Bound The Party is just beginning Later 



MARK ROBERT BRISSENDEN 

Limey 

Track 234 . The Dukes . Michelob . Muchas Cervesas X — 
Country 34 . Beatles . States . Class Party . We Quit Reg . 
Nantucket 77 . YG . GFISB . The Lawn . The Porch, Who's 
Next ? . Briarwood . SNPAMH . Slow Ride . 12 oz cures . 
Adios DHS 





ELLEN E. BRIGGEMAN 

But it's no use going back to yesterday because I was a 
different person then — L. Carroll Venturin' with Deb 
SPIAP HR. BUD D. STICKS Megins it's your turn to ask ya 
Aim I caught it Boatin with Will VT. Summers 



MARGARET MARY BROWN 

Margaret 

Lise . . . The good times . . . PAC ... All in the Family . 
Skins . . . CYO . . . Mom . . . MRC . . . Nance ... but maybe 
she has morals ? abandie "The sea is calm tonight, the 
tide is full, the moon lies fair" Dover Beach. 



24 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Loring 



PALL BLECHLER 

"There is no more commonplace statement than that the 
world in which we live is a four-dimensional space-time 
continuum." — Einstein ludas |.C. SEMSBA 77 Guitar ? I 
think it's too early to tell. 




GEORGE P. BLLU JR. 

Sandy 

I ha\,e slipped the surly bonds of earth and danced the 
skies on laughter-silvered wings, which have wheeled and 
soared and swung m\ eager craft through footless halls of 
air ... 80 MPH Downhill Racing . Kim. 



GEORCIN A THERESA BULL! 

Gina 

Auto Racing . . year 1976 . . . Bay City Rollers LES . . . 
Maureen — Gone to Florida . Good Luck Theresa. Karen. 
Laurie, Melanie . . Duxburv High, it's time to bid a fond 
goodbye . . "The Lord is my shepherd" . . Brotherhood 
where has it gone? 




JENNIFER LEE BLRGESS 

Lou 

Kizzy . . Prizes Rock's Games . . . Wimpy — No. -10. .. 
HELMET . . . Powder Puff . . . Driving - no license . . LSBD 
. . . Species FUQ2 . . . Al's - Aug. 19, 1977 . . . slow down 
about ten . . . summer 1974 . . . Tobie . . . PR . . . Cocoa . . . 



Sponsored b\ Mr. and Mrs. lohn P. Maguire 25 



CHARLES BURKE 

There is an hour in each man's life appointed to make his 
happiness, it then he seize it . . . Florid . . the bird . . . 
sprads horn . . 'stes . . . Molson's . . . PBCV . . . Football . . 
8/20/76 . . . CHET . . . Blue Smoke . . . Party in the 'box 




LYNDA LEE BURR 

SOCCER . . What color is the light ? ... I'm straight! . . . 
July 4 "76" ELTON |OHN FOREVER . . . T.T.H.T.P . . . 
BAGGED ... 18 down 6 to go . . C.W.C.M. . . . THANKS 
CARL . . . M.F. 77 ... ANIMALS . . . Stairway To Heaven . . . 
SCASHIT . . . Gone 



SCOTT ALAN CARLSON 

It's only the Beginning . . ALSG . . . Warm Summer Nights 
. . . S. Falls . . . Springsteen, March 77 . . . Still at Winsors 
after all those dishes . . . |K . . . Those Rainy Friday Nights' 
. . . 9/5/77 . . . On to bigger and better things ? 




WILLIAM JOSEPH CARLSON 

Bill 

The Dukes Sabbath! . Duster Power! . The Lawn Tunes . 
Youth — Group . New Year's Eve 77 . Brutus . Gone With 
The Weekend! . Millers - Bottles Eric The Halt Bee . 
Cartoons No. 3's . Not Bad 1 Dunkin — Donuts High 
Noon . Later 



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MARTHA JANE CARVER 

Marta Hari 

When in doubt : Smile . . Carrie I am SO glad to meet 
ch'ou . . IDCITCYH.HR. BUD. Meg it's never too soon 
Butterflies. R & M . . AIVVTBIBYS FYDF Mustardhitter . . 
PI. SC Raccoons & Muskrats . LBVVB Days . . . My BAG 
. . . See ya 




GEORGE E. CHANDLER 



ERIC H CHAPMAN 

Far away in the distant sunshine are mv highest aspirations. 
I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their 
beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where thev lead. 
- Alcott McD's, DDMP PO| O 




TIMOTH1 JOHN CHEETHAM 

You only live once so while you're living, live life to its 
fullest =88 unattended growth ALL Night Craditation 
. . . PARTY Victim SM.F.A.S "Agilities '. Rocks ? BUD 
Beautiful LOSER . Kispv Here Come The Dragons . . . 



27 



DANIEL JOHN CHETWYNDE 

Lynyrd Skynyrd Outlaws Party at the Pit . . . The Beach 
. . . Sokokis R E E. Lost in the Maine Wood . . . Rush 2112 
. . . Golden Ales . . . Still Alive And Well 





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WILLIAM W. CLINE 

Blick/Hop-A-Long 
McFebruary 8th 19 MPH - Hello Tree - Front Seat ? , 
NADIA FYIT! Midnight Sign Co. , Bimbos - Jockojuice , 40' 
Ford Truck , Falcon - Can you see out of this thing >. Rick 
in the bathtub , Early Econos Rule , 351 - It's A Cleveland 

28 



JOHN E. COBB 

Scrobbie T Fla. and back SN'SIH'SL Wrestling Camp Cabin 
II 147 Hole in the Wall in Nantucket Football #61 neck 
Stephanie Summer of "77" Gone Fishin' 




|AMES MICHAEL COLCLOUGH JR. 

Cokes 

Irish Mafia Hyannis Summers . Ace . Football #84 . Good 
Night Rooster . E-Z on the C's . Hurricane Skins . VW 
Parties . lonesie's NIGHTmares . Florida 78 . Life with 
Broadway |ohn . Sue |'s Pool Party At Rocks . JTOIAL . Free 
Bird 



PETER ANDREW CONNELLY 

Drew 

Party Victims . . . Long Live The Dead . . . SN . . . Time to go 
. . . Growth . . . TB . . . ALL Night Gradgitation . . . MFA . . . 
BUD . . . Sunshine DayDream . . . Diving jockeys . . . Holi- 
day on a Roof . . . Rocks . . . #8 . . . What a Long, Strange 
Trip it's Been . . . 




CHERYL ANN CONROY 

Cheryl 

A friend is a rare book of which but one copy is made . . . 
smile . . . C — length . . . Fer ... ski trips . . . blue cheese . . . 
T.L. Sam's . . . get out-a here . . . summer . . . the old FLDG 
. . . mistakes . . . friendly feuds 



CRISTINA S. CORNELSSEN 

Cristi 

New lersey . . . Summer 77 ... IKJML MSSDLJM . . MFSL 
. . . Lorenco's . . . Spastic Attack . . . Humarock Beach . . . 
ICTCMWTT . . . Lovin' it . . . LLTSTRUB . . . Rockland . . . 
Cruisin' — VW . . . Party — Cliffs . . . Bummin' out . . Bones 
. . . NF! . . . serious 




DANIEL COSTELLO 



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ANDREW CREELMAN 

One could do worse than be a swinger of birches. — Frost 





THOMAS MICHAEL CUNNEEN 

Tee 

T — Bird Cozone . 192 — ozees . . Led Zeppelin . . . 
Layla . . . P + )'s . . . Beefy . . . Ya Gotta Like It Blazer 
Action ... 55 Keeps Alive . . . Night Moves . . . The Users 
. . . Southbound . . . )ust Another Saturday Nite . . . Onward 



MARK S. CUSHING 




YASMIN A. DAIKH 

Yasmin 

True — Blue - Buddyroo Gringo . . peas . . SMITH . . . 
Albatross . . . July 3 . . . Knowledge is proud that he has 
learn'd do much; Wisdom is humble that he knows no 
more. Europe ? . . . m e. 



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MOIRA E. DeLOVVERY 

Mokey 

"Many rivers to cross — My animals . . . Tisbury . . . 

conehead . . . just my karma again wanna ride! . . . my 
brother . . . my sister ... a unick'kina gal. a ramblin, gam- 
blin gal ... O 'm' shaunty! . mystery lady again 




PETER DEWIRE 

You leave 'em laughing when you go. And if you care 
don't let them know, don't give yourself away. , I'm not 
too good at this, would you like . . Broken Racquets , 
Geek. Dear Joseph, ... I should have tried 



CECILIA ROSE DIMUZIO 

Cheech 

"The most useless day of all is that in which I have not 
laughed." Lisa Sum of 75 ES's Beach MD's Choir Rivka KEHS 
The Big B Don't make me laugh when I'm drinking Milk 
Fla CLHQ oh and the eye game see ya 




LAURA JEAN DOHENY 

Laura 

SUMMER OF '76 |ODS MANY CB's down the GC 5/28/76 
Dec 3, 1976 Take out orders to stay 4 minutes left serious 
scenes 1/29/77 Hey MAN oh |ais ? Rmttywhtw!! the Ring 
Man Soccer 77 State Champs Laiaajibaciitm 



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MICHON DOHENY 

Shawnie 

If a person does not keep pace with his companions 
perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. 7/8/,77 
- 7/20/77 ... EJK ... C)K ... Summer 77 N.J. 2/76 . . . 
Look towards the future but remember the past. 




LAURA MARIE DONALDSON 

Lori 

BI B; L.M.D eternity . . . SCITUATE, Dec. 25, 1976 . . . THE 
BELL . On and On; Brown Audi . Camping in the State 
Forest . D.B. Dreams are what keep the young alive and 
the old young . . . |UST ANOTHER HIGH . . . TATA . . . 
5/10/56 



JOHN DONIUS 

MaNiC DePrEsSiOn . Brother Michael . N YC. . lonesie, 
Coke, Skin, Rooster — Good times. #6 Vanished. D + H 
Construction . QB . Coach K, D Florida 78 . CFSSP . Day 
to day . Pepsi + Puma . Cynic — tomorrow I will smile. 




MARK J. DORE 



vz 



EILEEN ROSE DOSCHER 

The joy of this world, when you have summed it up, is 
found in the making of friends . . . S'D . . . The King-wiser 
. . . TRAPPED . . . S.I.P.H . . . BBSmakers . . . tootsiepop . . . 
The 3 muskateers . . . Beach . . TTA. Tenth Avenue Freez- 
eout . . . 




JOHN DOWD 

Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others, can not 
help but show it themselves . Thank You and Good-Bye 



ROBERT EDWARD DOYLE 

Robby 

Late, Never . . . You'll Go Blind . . . The Mouth . . . Lazy 
Spring Mornings A Little By The Pool . Bleachers . . . 
Wanna Make A Bet ? ... If You Don't Stop Laughing . . . 
Moped Maniac . . . A.D.I.F. 




STEVEN L. DOYLE 

Squeak 

party down Pickwick Road , Roving in the Forest much 
camp action , TA4S54B , Smits Keg Party , 4th of |uly party , 
ANYWAY Eight Foot Unicycle , Freeman's Greenhouse , 
State Forest Part> , anti Prom party , much vvolfes 



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MARY-JOANN DUBLINSKI 

To make someone happy will make you happiest of all. 
Young Life Saranac 75 NCHS Redskins 74 — 76 Home- 
coming 75 — 76 Roses ? Naperville Clark Stocky Paul 73 — 
78 7/22/80 ? I want to make it with you Coke 




CAROL LEE EMERSON 

Free Bird . . . Beast . . . Hey Spazz . . . Soccer . . . Cheering 
. . . HOMECOMING IS OVER' ... If you love something, 
set it free. If it comes back to you, it's yours, if it doesn't, it 
never was . . . Rock's, Nov. 20, 76 . . . Smile ... Big Sigh! 





RICHARD DUBLINSKI 




EDWARD GABRIEL ERRASTI 

Eduardo 

Football - #58 . . . Dow #78 . . . "USED TO THE MAX" . . . 
Six months of hell . . . WCOZ GLASSY EYED LAUGHS . . . 
RED DEVIL . . . Budweiser . . . Kispert agilies! . . . Raiders . . . 
12/3/74 . . . Nantucket Bob Seger . . . Spain . . . SAT nights 
DHS EZ! 



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CATHERINE B. EV ANS 

Evs 

... vita brevis. ars longa Little Lou-Lou 
'the tog comes on little cat feet" - . . FSP! . . . 



grulps 



DEBORAH A. FERRELL 

Dopev 

Gonna sit around the shantv and put a good buz/ ON' 
MASTER MINDS The Turnpike THE 2 DINKS Duxburv 
Soaps Four Muskateers . Fleetwood Mac He can't even 
run his own lire I'll be damned it he'll run mine Dad 






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MICHAEL FERREIR A 

Mario . Mikev 

Strive for the Best and be rewarded with success . . . THE 
Cutlass . . . Asleep at the wheel . . . Take it to the limit . . . 
The future tycoon . . . Plvmouth — Alwavs something do do 
. . . Pestf . . . That's it! ... So Long 



BETS> |. FITTON 

Peter March 26 1976 63 TTVV The Home Cranberrv Tuphelo 
Honev 416 SAWV monks . . . Banana Splits Thunder 
Road Montreal be-boppmg ... it could be an illusion but. 
I might as well try . . . Scarlet Begonias CCCAF 



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ARTHUR H. FREELAND 

Arty 

The Boss BENS Knight Light Louise Beach "SMARTIES" 
Grammy's HIPE JD + GIN Saquish Roger WHAT? beer ).C. 
Party Tom Wiley Field Es - Spahlatin . . 130 . People 
THOMAS FITZGERALD MMSM 




DIANNE O. FOTIADES DEIDRE' DOROTHY FRIEND 

Dianne Dee 

I drink to the general joy of the whole table . . . Band 
Conformity . . . Patrick 77 . . . Library . . . Mr. 'K' . . . "He 
that would live in peace and at ease, Must not speak all he 
knows, Nor judge all he sees" Goodbye . . . 



$6 



STvCF* L GAL IT 




TERESA M. CREALY 

Today's not yesterday all things have an ending SGFCALR 
9:30 ? How 'bout some raisins? Pamaler 1 ! 1 Let me tell you 
. . . over the rainbow HP wetfeet 8/7/76 Pizza, Sara ? 
ScrodWB OK ? FS ? HC clowns NWman m & m 52 




CYNTHIA A. GREEN 

Cindy 

Billy 12/27/74 Eternal Life goes on forever! prize pos- 
session, family Memories at last S C P I Duke My 
monkey We "Pinky" Day trips w/ R + B Blue 
Cadi 1000 Acres B C "you know" Boulton Farewell 

38 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Greene 



LAWRtNCE M. GREEN JR. 

Flo 

Nancy 1976 May 14 Maine 8271AS New Hamp- 
shire Antonio Pink Panther Flo Henry Earsba Dallas 
Cowboys Dorset! #33 IB 105 How's your KT . . . Catch 
a buzz Shake your booty Pumping Iron 




DEBORAH KIM GREENBERG 

Kim 

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams ... 3 years 
wks ... mm ... Tab? Coke?. BSC . . . Fing 1 . . . FLDG . . . 
Rah'. 96 . . . Nightmares . . . Cape 2?.4FW . . . FSFS . . . Bethel 
BBS? D & Mingit . . T-man Plans, Don? You |ust have 
to laugh . 



CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL GREENE 

Topher 

As a da\ well spent brings happy sleep, a well spent life 
brings happy death. T.BPK. Riding that Yolks . . . Sweetser's 
. . . The loft . . GRATEFUL DEAD . . . 187? . . . 




LISDA LEE GROHE 

Nik 

Things taken away come back to me now. Life is so fragile 
like a shadow on the water broken by the wind Irrepa- 
rable. Thanks to Leslie Paul & MAURA for the happ\ 
memories and the smiles. Innsbruck 74 — 78 



CYNTHIA L. HADE 

Cindy 

Don't follow where the path ma\ lead. Go instead where 
there is no path and leave a trail. LP Goobs! Ski trip 77! 
LAS! GON Bye FLDG! Bye Buds! Going Up' Oh Boy! . 4D 
. . . R78 Dream On! Lou! Take time to Live 




|OHN ALEXANDER HAMILTON III 

lay 

We came and were seen, spoke and were heard, we leave 
but not forgotten. L + C + M = Summer 75. IP don t 
back into the marsh Mt. Snow lav Peak OO - Flowers do 
it - Eagles Concert - DESOTO - Go easy 76P Lisa Mom 
and ED 

39 



CAROL VIRGINIA HAMMOND 

Red 

There can be no rainbow without a cloud and a storm 
What's this thank you bit! 1 E.F.D. at Hojo's . . . 9/3/77 . . . 
ZEPHYR . . . Talkin' on the telephone . . . gum . . . 6/5/77 
. . . Havin' just a grand ol' time . . HEY MAW!!! 




ANDREW JAMES HASKELL 

Andy 

. . "It's all a dream we dreamed one afternoon" . . . DEAD 
. . . U. MASS '77 . . . catcher . . . Football 10/75 ... 169 . . . 
THE LOFT ALL - NIGHT . . . JOPRCG TCBTjC . . . Pud - 
Shut Up . . . 

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DEBORAH HENDERSON 

Deb 

Together we go our own ways in our own style . . . 
MELVIN S.A.W.V. 12/30/75 There was something about 
you. ALKS IMP'N with Scott I.L.D. Spudley. Cruis'n. MAD 
DOG . . . What's our excuse tonite? . . . 




KAREN SUSAN HENEGHAN 

K.K. 

"All the world seems brighter when friends walk by our 
side" I ain't scared! . Easy! Williams D over 100 . ABOB . 
DLA41075 . BLB Sebago summers . GNO . WDTG'CF . 
FEITCTA) . Laugh much Cheech' MM, a Bus Ride, ANDY? 
SO LONG! 



THOMAS W. HERRICK 

Tee 

Nothing divine dies, and all good is eternally reproductive. 
3 days of the condor . DB Is with SKIN . easy lump . 
Mosher is sick . BUD and Enfa . We lost Brady . the BEAM . 
Baseball . IB . Saquish . Case's Keg Party . CJM 



ELIZABETH J. HITT 

Beth 

Friends I will remember you. Think of you. Pray for you. 
And when another day is through, I'll still remember you 
. . . RA and BA, C, C, I and N . . . Skiing . . . OLD FLDG . . . 
Bye forever . . . TORN . . . 





LORI A. HIRD 

For your kindness is before my eyes, and I walk in your 
truth. Giving voice to my thanks, and recounting all your 
wondrous deeds. 

Psalms 26:3; 26:7 



ROLAND HOPKINS 

Rock 

Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain and most 
fools do - PARTY VICTIM - D + H const - All night 
gradjitation - BFCSOTHOADDWBITSSR - 73077 - Soccer 
State Champs - SN - Drink it Away - BUD - Sometimes 
you just gotta walk on BS 

41 



KEITH E. HUBER 

Hubie 

SN'slH'sL . . . Miller Bottles . . . Sure it's deep enough to 
dive here . . . lunior Keg Party . . . Hennessey Cognac . . . 
Nantucket Hole In The Wall . . . Wrestling - 7 Firm & 
Fruities — 134 Nevermore . . . IC-DF . . . Lite is what you 
make it . . . 




MELISSA DOROTHY HUGHES 

Missy 

Michael 9/9/75 . . . Linda . . . Firebird . . . 9/30/75 . . . Prez 
Thez . . . The Good Night . Smarties . . . Roy . . . Patrol . . . 
Shopping But I love you . . Crawl-a-thon . . Papa . . . 
Winter Street . . . Nipper . . . T)MKP . . . Goodnight Louise, 
Goodnight 



LISA BARBARA HUNDLEY 

Lise 

The gloom of the world is but a shadow. Behind it is joy 
. . . MOE . . . Cath . . . Nance ... I CAN'T WAIT! . . . 3B'S . . . 
C.Y.O . . . Give me a break . PAC . . T.C Action . . But 
maybe she has morals? SKINS . . . URIh.c.'77 . . . Proms . . . 
Bear . . . 2/28/76 . . . Jeff. 




DAVID S. HUTCHINSON 

I just don't know . . . The summer of Molson . . . New Year's 
in New Hampshire . . . Bongs Are Best . . . Many A Blind 
Night At The Camp . . . Super Tramp ... Ski Saddleback 
#1. Thank you DC ... Fool For The City ... Bad 
Company 



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THOMAS A. HITCHINSOS 

Hutch 

Picnic table action . . . Up Tarklin . . . Much . . . Diane . . 
Mam Cops . . . Honda . . . F250 4bv4 . . Long Telephone 
Calls . . What ... All right finally out of here HERE . . . 
Headphones . HERBS . . . 




IESMFER E. |AR\ IS 

|en. lenny. Ferfie, Nifer 
D-is tor etc . . . D-udcs. With only mists of dreams be- 
tween. Beside me "someone" stood unseen, and whis- 
pered to me sweet and clear: — Rama — "Hello, Playmate! 
I am here!" Portia. Pone D L 



THOMAS MICHAEL IOHSSOS 

Ho 

"When the going gets tough, the tough get going." Foot- 
ball *1 . . . Where's the knukle? . . . T HDD . . . Puck . . . 

Used to the Max . . . It's fat . . . lason . . . N.N The rock 

. . . Sunshine U . . . Rink Rat ... Bagged for 7 weeks . . . 
Midnight Swany . . . Grant theft auto . . . What ID? . . . Tails 
Get Funk 




ROBERT C. IOSES 

Jonesie 

Golf. Graduating, and Mr. Hayes . . . "77" states . . . Skin. I 
didn't drink it! . . . Slow dow n Coke . . . Don't touch it. Bill 
. . . Donut and my jacket . . . Red eyes Roost . . . Florida. 
Here we come 



43 



ROBERT ). KATES 




JOAN R. KELLAR 

"A day in the Life IHTPAR, but . . . Going Crazy - 

Wanna come? H P . . . Hell, we ain't scared . . . Bona- 
parte . . . H.C. Clowns . . . nem & m's . . . Switch P to B & P 
. . . okay . . . Calif. 77.... Perplexed . . . ImLT . . . BEATLES 
. . . "Let it be ... " 18 



BRYAN DONALD KELLY 

Bry 

Mary C. April 16, 1977 "Together Forever!!" SM - CW - RK 
— EN — IB — CL - AS! "Climb high and far, your aim the 
stars, for the future of man lies in the endless void of 
space." "December 24, 2011 " 




NANCY PATRICIA KELLY 

Nance 

"For all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: 
'It might have been!!'" The Triangles SAILING ADVEN- 
TURES Moe Cath Lise Dark Roads to Nantucket's Surfside 
PAC G + CP C)5 Cranberry Bog People 



44 



CHRISTINE ANNE KENNEDY 

Chris 

Lobsters . . . Summer "77" Beach Bum . . . HALE KOA . . . 
"FEELINGS" . . . Brick The Way We Were . . . Long 
Distance . . . Artie Sweet Revenge . The Dock champagne . 
NO! NO! NO!!!! . . . Smooth Sailing and Calm Seas Ahead 




JACQUELINE E. KENNEDY 

lackie 

M.V. ... 8/21/75 ... Tekla, Tish ... R.M.T.S. ... Sheet 
Music . . . Cleo . . . Bones ... All Nighter . . . "AFTernoon 
Everybody" . . . TSITSATFCISTTW . . . Summer 75 
D.P.M.W. . . . Lovm' it . . . "Must be done" . . . BFIA . . . HH 
. . . It's A Nightmare 



JONATHAN DAVID LAURENCE KILLIAN 

)on 

Vitam Amo Cum Mala Tineas Habeant FNB's 5 or 
9 Nice People W.Va. Mr. P C.Y.O. B.P.P. UP's 
cheddarNun Because to laugh is proper to the man Men 
should be what they seem ECCE HOMO ERGO ELK 




MARK P. KILLORIN 

Wrestling Camp Joel Cabin 11 The Mad Swede . . . 
Squerpuedden! SN'SIH'SL . . By the Light of the silvery 
Moon 



4', 



MARGARET LINDSAY KOPALD 

Meg 

A smile's worth 1000 words. Amy, INGOT] FYDF ILYB I 
could never be REK-less . . . the hammock . Ellen my 
roommate . CK & F . Mart, is it too soon? . . . Vermont . . . 
egg & melon . . Kopes & the Sniffer . Weed, CAT? . Wiz . 
M, YS See ya 




DOUGLAS STEPHEN KOSAK 

Doug 

. . . Sounds Reasonable . . . It's all Greek to me . . . "Crazy- 
Legs" . . . "Dubbie" . . . C.W. . . . M and m.m.m . . . ).D. . . . 
"Pee-wee" . . . Mr. C . . . S.S.L. Champs 75 - 78 . . . Mr. S . . . 
Relska and the Sox . . . 



ROBERT A. KRAFFT 

Buzz 

"It's Cool" ... 3 Sailors . . . Mustangs ... I love Munchies 
Kingston Super Market . . . Down Those BREWS! . . . 
Play The Game On Duxbury Bridge . . . Who are those 
girls' Happy Realtor Good Luck in the Future 




THOMAS E. LANDERS 

Ted 

After winter there should come beautiful spring days it 
happens every year Skiing Gold Rush Vermont Summer of 
77 Skunked out C.C. Rick's Barn Night Skiing Down on the 
doc k B.K.S. T.L.M. Soccer's Number 1 



46 



ROBERT D. LEGORE 




MATTHBS D A\ ID LISDE 

Matt 

He> Babe. How's it goin' ? Lose Va Seed Gtv 18 Uno 
Mundo Hey "Cush" \ls.B 9/3/76 Al the Ballpark Farm- 
ington. NH What Who Undo Bash s #1 - 13 \VXYZ To 
love is to love forever I am a senior now. and now I 
know BABIkIN 



ANDREW H. LOCKE 

Andy 

The Winsor House is a Dump Fuzzv Smoke-Shack Boo Boo 
is a mess Partv at the Benches Big Ed Catch a buzz small 
one airvwavs 7-19-76 183 Dav Itch Schlitz Mr Etes CB 
wrestling Mr. Bret ~5.00O I'm out of here 




AM> FRANCES LORINC 

Happiness is as a butterfly, which, when pursued, is arw avs 
beyond our grasp, but which, if >ou will sit down quietly, 
mav alight upon >oa Nathaniel Hawthorne Lisa CB E The 
Dam Blindfolded LVC 



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JAMES M. LOVEJOY 




PATRICIA JOANNE LUCKEY 

Pat 

Fish and Chips. Quiche, Crepes BEE GEES, KINKS ... The 
Isle of Man U.K. . . . MANCHESTER, ENGLAND Nelson: 
Trafalgar. Dickens. Not to put too fine a point on it 
TROUT, DD Friendo. Hips Hagney . . . ART CLASS. Heine- 
ken .. . TODD 



NANCY MacCORMACK 

Sluggo 

GOD MADE THE IRISH NO. 1 ... Big Things Come in 
Small Packages . . . Word Lists ... I Am Too 18!. CHICAGO 
- YESTERDAY . . . Frisked At FENWAY . . . Goofeball . . . 
Adele Our Note That Got Intercepted By MR. CASS . . . Keg 
Party ... I'M OUT 




MARGARET E. MACDONALD 

TODAY IS JUST YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW . Chicken 
Fingers . . . C.W.77 . . . Grinch Face . . . 13th doorknob? . . . 
R.S. . . . cynical sarcasms . . . LZ'SC . . . 8/22/77 . . . yellow 
stream . . . john mt . . . A Congregation? . . . But seriously 

. . . TB2 



48 



STEPHANIE ASS MAGURE 

Steph 

In life the true question is not what we gain but what we 
do . . . sad eves . . . fro-yo . . . Bananas . . . purple wings . . . 
blushing . . sundown . . . talking .13 door . . . Boston . . . 
It's SO cold! . . . comb? . . . Ave atque vale DHS! 




MAR I AM MA MAHMOUD 

Ria 

The hopes and dreams that vou wanted are still waiting 
and if you take care to follow them, you will find your 
destinv. Mold life to suit you and in the end pray that you 
have done vour best 



BRIAS JOHS MAHOSET 

Between the idea and the reality . falls the shadow . . . 
The Irish Mafia . . . Doctor )'s with Tee . . . Sunday beach 
buzz with L.C . . . seventeen . lonesie. a classic . . . 
H\anms conventions . . . 




I AMES COLIS MaclST> RE 

|im 

Round thee in angry tempest shall the waves of ocean roar. 
And fierce wild winds upon thee their rage and fury pour 



49 



KATHERYN S. MaclNTYRE 

Kathy 

Free Bird . April 12, '67 . May day the 13th birthday buzzday 
T.K. Prom 77 . Jonathan Light up a doobie . 1st G to 
make it through . Earth to Cathy Davis . Don't bum out on 
us again Sandy . Let's move to California, Warm. 




BRIAN E. MALMBERG 

Magilla 

Cossway St. Medway NEVER ON TIME unreliable Let's go 
to the Packy FUQ2D.S. Southern Comfort ubi DUBI Ha- 
waiin Disease What's A Turkey Do you know where you're 
going losus Punkin Night Tarkiln Gas Tobey Garden 



|UDY MARSH 

The best way to know Life is to Love many things . . . 
2/8/76 JIMMY today and forever . . . Diane . . . BBC . . . 
PHBC . GC . Beach Bummin . . . Life is precious you'll 
get out of it what you put into it . . . LDSMjCP . . . Adios 




SUSAN LYNN MARTIN 

Sue 

Is this your doorknob, sir? . . Honduras . . . sad eyes . . . 
bird party . . . crutches & Nantucket . . Belmont . . . A - 
THON . . . Kevin & Kathy . . . clutz! - "This is my com- 
mandment, that you love one another as I have loved 
you." 



50 



MALRA MASTROGIOV ANSI 

lust do the steps that you've been shown. By e\eryone 
you've ever known Until the dance becomes your very 
own. No matter how closely, though another' s steps have 
grown. In the end there is one dance you'll do alone. A. 
Demain 




DEBORAH SLSAS MATHESOS 



One good friend is not to be weighed against the jewels of 
all the earth. Mehin Bermuda 6/18/77 Stones Impin' with 
Scottie SPIP D. Sticks Silly oT bear Venturin' with E! What's 
our excuse tonight? 



MARGARET ELIZABETH McARDLE 

Meg 

All is changed with time, the future none can see. the road 
you leave behind, ahead lies mystery but all in love is fair 
. . . K.D.M. 6/12/77 . . . buds . . . "follow that blue peu- 
geotf" . . . au revoir FLDC! 




RICHARD S. McBAIN 

O Years And Age Farewell Behold I go where I do not 
know. Infinity to dwell. Hey are you the kid from Florida 
V.W. — Michelob - Miami - Fleetwood Mac B.A.M.F. 
IUDO. Take it Easy. 



5" 



DAVID SCOTT MCCARTHY 

Funk\ Dave 

Nantucket Runaway Sunday beach buzz with the 
L.C. Stet and Daves keg compliments of Uncle Sams . . . 
Crazy D and #3 ... S K.C.D . . . Alkey Club 8/24/77 
Midnight boat rides . . . Chinese food "on the house" . . . 
Onward through the fog E-Z 




MAUREEN E. MCCARTHY 

Maureen 

Cherish your yesterdays — dream your tomorrows — but 
live your todays . . . K.O. - E.B. - L.L - COOBS! Lou!? . . . 
Fla. — rah — C.Y.O. — air-cin LP. — make a wish - dream 
on — Be to my virtues very kind, be to my faults a little 
blind — Bye 



CATHERINE ANN McCORMICK 

Cathy 

Moe . . . CYO . . . Nance . . . Pac . . . I'll drive . . . Lise . . . x- 
c, o.j . . . 3 B's . . . But maybe she has morals! . . . NKG . . 
Mosbach . . . TC Action . . . 5/7/76 . . . Wrong . . . Skins . . . 
seriously . . . You should be shot . . . n.o . . . 8c . . . Martina 




JILL ANNE McCULLOCH 



Spastic ... Led Zeppelin - Lovin' it. MFSL - M.W & D P 
. . . All-night!. Bagged!. Rockland. Humarock - PARTY!. 
10/14/77 - accident ... NF ... serious peel-outs Sue!. 
Cleo's Corner . . . clean towels . . . LLTSTRUB. McD's . . . It's 
been grins . . . 



52 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. McCormick 



MARK ). McDEVITT 

Mark 

"Yesterday came suddenly." — McCartney ... He hit him 
with a moped??? Hey Robbie . . . soccer . . . 12/24/76 . . . 
day by day . . . B.U. 76 . . . Chuck's house . . Boys State . . . 
FUBAR . . . Am. Lit . . Take it easy! 




LISA MARIE McDONOUCH 

Marsha "Spirit Ditties" 
Hi Woody, Ida, Vic, Patty Caf CCF RA Happy Birth- 
day, Sweet Sixteen All right, you all up against the wall! 
TH - no longer . . It's true love, Vic — ID September 26th 
- NSD Not This Time. CC Thanks, Vic 



SANDRA ANN McNIFF 

Sandy 

Wags Warm, FIRE' PARTIES Down Saquish summer of 77 - 
the Best! Star Wars McDees Lynnie - Baracuda Kath, 
where's the party? David the intellect Tracy — Pier 
44 Dad — Party! Thanks, mom CTP I Luv U Love is being 
loved . . . 




LYNNE MELANSON 

Cleo 

. . . To choose time is to save time . . . Maine . . . Sue . . . 
smoke show . . . Stoughton . . . Train kept a rollin' . . . 
Bones . Cinnis . . . Grins . . . Cruise VW . . . Money . . . NF 
. . . 8/3/77 . . . KKC . . . NY!! BA . . . April Vacations ... the 
fool . . . Aerosmith 



Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kenned\ 53 



MARK MERCLRIO 

Merc 

State Forest Party!! Curlew Pond! How did we get here? 
Car, take me home! Many kegs . . . 148 Pumpkins . . . 
Passing Ceap chirps. Horror Shows Berm shot, cross up.' Co 
For It V\ here's my visor? 




ANDREA ELLEN MILLER 

Andrea 

There's no such thing as a teardrop, it's just a melted smile 
... KKK. Rah Rah. CNO. MM, Bus Ride. KK?. ABOB 
Travelin' Ean, BS. WDTC? . . . Laugh much Cheech??. 
Kimba. YTA. Easy!!. For Sure!!. Gwendo I'll just say so long 



JONATHAN PATRICK MOIR 

Ion 

Chicago . . V ermont . . . Evergreens . . . Debbie 8/28/77 . . . 
Life without laughter is not worth living . . T-W . . . cabin 
parties . . Beginnings . . . really? . . . biking ... My fellow 
orangutans . . ELP Hoedown . . . Bucks ... El Fin. 




JULIE VIOORE 

I.H.T.P. A.R. BUT . . . Hell, we ain't scared . . . I'll smoke to 
that . Grounds . . . Hey Good Budd\ oka\ Satur- 
day Night . . Softball #1, Basketball H C Clowns . . . 
I.M.T . . . Iowa . . . Let's Go Big Twig 



54 



STEPHEN DOLGLAS MORI 

Stephen D 

Aquarian 2/15/60 Hey Guy. DF BHBKRKENKSCW Where 
are we?? Five Corners ... 53 North, 3 South . . Does that 
#!?* car have square headlights? Dark nights and Mun- 
chies . . . Bottles Flying. Friday-nights Play the game? 




JEAN MICHAEL MORONEY 

leannie 

There's a world you've living in no one else has your part 
. . . Fleetwood Mac concert. We're lost again E.F.S.M. 
Around the church. Maine . . . the Guillotine is stuck )udy! 
4 Musketeers 



CARRIE A. MOSHER 

Carrie 

"The unique part of friendship is to understand and to be 
understood" SPIP NHCC Melvin C & B Beach |KSL 
Home at last Martahari yeah, but |AR 




PETER RLSSELL MLGFORD 

Mug 

A serious smoke show 10/8/77 A legal Person Kathy is a 
Sentimental Lady for sure FREEBIRD \\ BCN WAAF WBRL 
S.Y.F. 66 Impala Many Molsons Skynard Rush Zappa Yes 
N.H. soon? The Duke at the Rex. See y'all later . . . 



33 



SCOTT RICHARD MULLER 

S.M. 

The Dukes. Sabbath is best. Track 2, 3, 4. #1. Soccer #1. 
me and my 49 Pontiac, it's all mine! Nantucket '77 Y.G. . . . 
Cape Cod remember? Hoot mon. Falcon. L.S.R. Holder. 
Carl Cruber 3/13/76. ILYCC Vermont. Briarwood ... Bye 




CARLA JEANNE MURPHY 

Today well lived, makes yesterday a dream of happiness 
and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Lauren B.K.ing Chew 
KKK TEL over 100 PT109 TWH lake CNO Beach Blakeman's 
garcs SB snob? 4FW IPMFA 



EMILY S. NASH 

"Ask, and it will be given you; seek, and you will find . . . 
For everyone who asks, receives, and he who seeks finds 
. . . " W. Va. Long Bike Rides . . . Summer 77 . . . Sr. Float . . . 
1/8 Football Games - The B's - C.L D 




ERIC WILSON NASH 

Eric 

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, 
perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let 
him step to the music which he hears, however measured 
or far away." 



56 



CHRISTOPHER W. NELSON 

Chris 

Part is it is over, the best is yet to come . . . 3/24/77 . . . 
sounds reasonable ... A separate peace . . . J.D., M M., 
B.H., D.K., B.F., I I., R.D. braces . . . It's all Greek to me . . . 
a catcher in the rye . . . 




NICOLE P. NOEL 

Nicki 

Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply, to enjoy 
simply, to think freely, to risk life, to be needed . . . KKK 
ABOB . Lite Weights . . . GNO . . . over 100 ... Am I 
driving tonight? . . 51) . . . YJDNIA ... So Long . . . 



BENSON NGUTI MUNGAO 

Big Ben 

MAMBO BADO. MAMBO DVER . MAPEN/I KWA 
WINGI It has been one short but a remarkably progres- 
sive one especially with DHS D. H. S. Soccer Let's Go! See 
you friends much; much later ... It is a life began TWEN- 
DENI 




LOIS ANN OLSON 

Lu-ann 

Love, honesty, trust, and most of all, need . . . Gregg . 
9/17/77 . . . H|'s . . . L.W. . . . love to talk . . . Debra! Walt!. 
This is a raid ... I'm not too bright . The O.P . . . 
footloose and fancy free ... I'm sorry Piderpaterson . . . 
What time . . . 



57 



JOSEPH M. OLSZOWY 

Losers are dominated by their problems, winners never 
lose sight of their goals. ). C. Keg Party #65 and 
#50 Nights at the beach with Bud. 




DONALD T. O'NEILL 

Don 

$2.10 for Tails Hold that toke lune 5, 77 was nice. Too 
seedy Trix, you can do better. | ust one more round with 
).P. and I'm history Golden Cloves Blindness I wasn't 
drinking ossifer Meet ya on the top of the moon L 



MICHELLE ). PACKARD 

snowbanks . . Golden Crown . . MAC Party are you 
OK? I'm in control Big Bottle! around the P.D. . . . concert 
of )uly 25, 1976 . . . Deb? Swimming in the puddles . . . slow 
C . . . Here comes my 19th Nervous Breakdown . . . 




DOROTHY C. PAULSON 

Dot 

Time flys by and by like birds up in the sky it comes and 
goes and nobody knows when it'll return again. KE 75/76 
UM Bash I'll drive! Lights' 2 car doors "Trapped" Pr LI 
"BUBS" cherry! cos "SADIPH" 3M 5 + 10 BB 



58 



GORDON P. PEACOCK 




CARLA ANNE PETERSON 

We do not remember days, we remember moments . . . 
Bob 12/6/75 . . . 6/24/78 . . . Hey Paulson ... Ask Me If I 
Care . . . Lu-Ann . . . The Gang . . . Movies & Bowling . . . 
but? . . . Don't say Hi, see if I care . . . Well! . . . Diane . . . 
70 Ford Van. 



CAROL LEE PETERSON 

If you have to ask for a certain thing then it's not really 
work it . . . |oe 12/21/75 . . . slgi . . . not again' . . . Sorry lu- 
ann didn't mean lois . . . Hey Paulson Bowling . . . you 
know . . what a jerk! . . . Nantasket . . . you snob . . . 




ELIZABETH D. PILKINGTON 

Beth 

"You can't always get what you want; but if you try 
sometime, you just might find you get what you need" . . . 
Me and my R.C. 11/7/75 . . . The Home . . Kimosabi . . . 
416 . . . "I'll get by with a little help from my friends" . . . 



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SUSAN POLLOCK 

Sue 

Be true to yourself . . . The Sioux . . . When it's despair, it's 
like a season, it comes and goes away . . . NU . . . Weekend 
Pilgrim . . . Paris . . . Knowing my luck . . . Friends together 
watch their childhood fly . . . Thank you 




DEBRA A. RANDALL 

Debbie 

"Live your own life for you will die your own death." . . . 
Happiness is Walter . . . The 4 musketeers, Lorey, Jean, & 
Debs . . . ossifer, ossifer . . . Danny & Nancy . . . Quincy 
Duxbury is full of snobs! . . . Thank you Fay! 




GLORIA |EAN RANDALL 

Gloria, Babe 

Matt & me . . . 6/5/76 - 9/3/76 Kymba wink-wink What 
are you doing tonight? Nothing Don't touch me! I love 
you Hi Pain BEEP-BEEP tough |on or Matt or Jessica 
"78" Hey Matt Butchy In God is our trust GRML 



PETER \MLLIAM RAND ML 

All the cops are criminals and all the sinners saints? . . . 
1960 VVV Puddle lumper ... The Doctors Barn Kingston 
parking lot speedway it got us where we're going 




\ ALERIE-'EANNE RASZkA 

Raz 

"And when the night is cloudy there is still a light that 
shines on me. Shine until tomorrow. Let it be" AAU — 
AquaDux . . . Rascovytch. Arthur . . . merry madness!! O 
wretched mortals, open your ewes — da \ind 



JILL O. REGINA 

R.B. August 15 BOSTON Giek Band Musk Hall Gurnet 
The Home . 1966 V.W. Esplanade . Negrita . A Charles River 
Night . And the thing that you're hearing is only the sound 
of the low spark of high heeled boys. 




ELISE ANN RICH 

Elise 

No seeing is quite the same again — and only he who sees 
takes off his shoes* . . . Evian - les - bains . . . reincarnated 
seagulls in-flight ... La Petite . . . 



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DONNA ELIZABETH ROBER 

Sometimes when you reach for a dream you have to leave 
something behind . . . 3M's . . . rah-rahing . . . B. Loser . . . 
2BS Cape 1,2?... Donne . . . Slooz, team? . . . beach . . 
96 . . . CNO's . . . b-out-b . . . can't decide . . . plans, Kim . . . 
reasons . . . 




LINDA ROBINSON 

Linn 

The Bomber . The Home . CD. 4/19/77 . "Over my head" 
6/20/77 . T.P.F.H.P. The Song Remains The Same . . . The 
Esplanade . . . Landsdowne . See . ya 



MATTHEW PETER ROCHE 

Nantucket Runaway . It's a Sony! Duxburv HIGH . Mindless 
Driving Nantasket Beach Bummers . Sam's Keg DM. SH. 
Midnight Boat Tours . Sunda\ Beach Buzzes . Chinese Food 
on the House . Key Club . NHCC . jewels . 




(ANINE MARIE ROCHON 

7/15/77 T.H. 56RT . Pond . Always be yourself . . . Dec. 29 
Dr. Sweatsuit . . Don't Cry ... To the sea Robinson 
Knights Fla . . . Don't ever stop searching till vou find uhat 
you find what vou want out of Life . . . Only the Beginning 

"78" 



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MAUREEN ROE 

"I often used to wake up quarter to five and find they'd all 
gone home long ago." - George Harrison 



ROBERT M. RUDERMAN 

Rob 

"Do not be angry with me if I tell you the truth." - 
Socrates 

You thought I'd write a poem. 

Now you know that you were wrong. 

Funny? 





PETER ROVETO 

Pasta 

U. MASS - 77 ... One More Saturday Night . . . Piano 
Movers ...FT... Blazer Action . . . Blacked-out Popcorn 
Farmer Bruce . . . Bob Marley And The Wailers . . . Give 
Me Dead . . ONW ARD' 



ELIZABETH |. RYAN 

Betsy 

P + B Beanies Ski N.H. Two - Handed Dark Roads To 
Nantucket . . . K.V. Proper Dress Cigars Mame Scottish 
Heather 44 m.p.h. A friend is a gift you give yourself 



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LISA MARIE RYAN 

A truly good friend is one with whom you dare to be 
yourself. Cecilia . . . The Big "B" The eye game Summer of 
"75" Ireland MD's Lots of laughs Roger & Choir Shandel 
. . . Berks Beach BD & JF Semsba Erin Amy T.C. 




LOREY ANNE SANDISON 

Sleepy 

Child is born with a heart of gold, way of the world makes 
his heart grow cold. EW + F . Jeff MASTER MINDS! Old 
Colony Crash ups . around the church . The turnpike . THE 
2 DINKS, lean + Deb's Duxbury Soap . 6 scares . 4 
musketeers 



LESLIE J. SANFTLEBEN 

Take it slow to make it last . . . Escape Hatch . . . Tundra . . . 
SPIP . . . The Beans . . . Space ... Pa - N| ... Get Stoked' 
. . . Melvin . . . Slammer . . . Flabone . . . Hyde — Out 
CHOW. 




STEVEN ROBERT SARRO 

" 78 . . . Party at Rock's . . . Sue J wanna go for a swim? . . . 
Soccer 77 . . . Glenbi . . . W.Va . . . We'll be back Lily . . . 
CHE . . . B Springsteen . . . Seger Snowstorm . . . Peter look 
out' Shotgun time!! . . . One down four to go! . . . '78" . . . 



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\M> |. SALSDERS 

Am> 

What can't be said can't be v\histled either. The Nadj CC 
Egg & Melon I gotta go clean the bam Vermont Mor-ah 
Inskip Hurry UP Moke! CKF Meg. LSA El. ya catch? I'm 
going riding See — ya 




SUSAN MARIE SAW1ER 

Sue 

ROWDIE . . . Hanover 4ever . . . Blitzed . . . That's Queer . . . 
Town Pier . . . Dl\ OOS . Cruisin at 90 . . . cops . . crazv 
driver . . . you wanna buv? ... P & B . . . sea wall fever . . . 
Munchies . . . Mustang II ... peeling out . . . Party . . . 
Poopsies . . . LATER 



LISDA L SCOTT 

Lee. Moe and the Gang at Camp-zoo-in-the-woods ... 
War Child . Tull . Aerosmith Dream on . . . Chris in 76 and 
Russ Too . . . feelings are not Like a faucet you can turn on 
and off . . . a lot of small Parties . . . 




BETH SENERSOS 

I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen vesterdav and I 
love today . . . Manchester - OTP . . Cape 2 . over 100 . . . 
XRR . . . GNO . . . Kim BB . . 96 . . . Changes . . Wavward 
Sun . . . Bommer . . . chiming bells . . . C'est la vie! 



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ERIN ELIZABETH SHEEHAN 

I've been running a long time now, along the way I've 
learned: you have to make the good times yourself, take 
the little times and make them big, and save the good 
ones for those that aren't so good . . . 



CHRISTOPHER SHEPARD 

Knowledge is the antidote to fear . The Con job . Happy 
hour at NHCC . |C . Keg Party . U Mass, 77 . The spinach 
man . Mustang Key Club at the beach . Budd Y. Zerr . 
Buzz period 1 — 7, 74 — "78" . Grateful Dead Concert . the 

END . . . 




SEAN W. SHEEHAN 

Rooster 

Life has meaning, to find its meaning is my eat and drink 
. . . #70 . SKIN . Bud's Wiser noise wagon |.D. Nut Sunday 
Beach Buzz with L.C. lonesie, make a toast #17 Cokes, F- 
bird? Fla. "78" baseFootball Irish Mafia 



|AY N. SHIRLEY 



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JOSEPH W. SHOMBERG 

lose 

The Dukes . Party at Mark's? . M.C. . Falling off the porch . 
B & I Mario Swim team #1 . Lifeguard . License officer? 
ILTSB LSR . Nantucket 77 . Out of here . Sailing . Hoot 
Mon . Camping Ski Blindness . but I am growing . Hey 
Coach . PV 



KEVIN SIMOES 

Bink 

Plymouth Beach White Horse Beach Many Millers 
Steady Power Hitter Action Tarkiln Maine Little 
Feat Val Burn-Out Punkman A timeless journey 
through psychic vistas of past, present and future. 





PATRICIA ANNE SIMMONS 

Patty 

I am I ... , over 100, BSC, I ain't scared!, Tab, GNO, Alice 
Frazier, Boonieland, KKK, I go around it, Fings, adopted?, 
barefeet,9b,Lauzy birdbread?,TTELAAGALIIARWWBAPIACP, 
bright sides!, HP, memories, beach, so long . . . 




SCOTT K. SNIDER 

Kimbo 

Normandy 72 . Maximus Super . eagles Curlew Pond 
Clark's turkey farm INC. Saquish parties. Hey Russ . . 
Lindo Bashes party in the Interior Building Keg Party 
endless summers . LATER YACHTIES 



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MICHELA BIANCA SPERANDIO 

Mela 

l-will l-must but l-can't fly un intera montagna di ricordi 
non uguagliera mai una piccola speranza ocean win bird 
sad melancholy happiness l-go back home l-love 
you grumble I'm thinking Bye bye MS 




PATRICIA ANN STEVENS 

Patti 

The Long and Winding Road . . . Smashed Up Blues . . . The 
Home . . . LGNY . . . )une 1975 . . . Fire in the C.R. . . . C.A. 
. . . Chase them Lin . . . The Egg and I . . . Sunrise . . . Sunset 
. . . S.A.T. . . . Lead Me To Your Door. 



LINDA ALICE TAYLOR 

10/31/76 R.M. wouldja? Carol, this one IS a |oke! We're the 
3 musty beers! Tweet? 3 Vi Shurgano O Hlousek Ya right 
o.k.! Tidbits & Ham'n cheese Do! Make these last minutes, 
minutes to remember! Hey man 




NANCY L. TELLIN 

Nance 

New Hampshire Mickey Nantucket London-England Pon- 
tiac Plymouth Beach T) Swan George Bigger Buttons Dux- 
bury Pizza Donna Sand Ceramics The Bridge Windy FS II 
every rose has thorns, most thorns have roses. 



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Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thorkilsen 



LAUREN BROOKS TENNEY 

Lauren 

Friendship and laughter . . . H P. . . . Alice, Heat up . . . B.K.- 
ing, Carla? . . . Lite 96 . . . Lumps . . . Sport, huh? . . GNO's 
. . . over 100! .. . Beach . . . BSC . . . KKK . . . Fings 2 ... Fur, 
IWNFY Kit, Whose turn? Bubbles SK DP 
Shine on brightly . . . 




PAMELA TERAVAINEN 

Pam 

SGFGALR9 30? . . . I Quit . . . FSS . . . B.K.-ing . . . Scrubbing 
Bubbles . . . Lifesavers . . . Do you really know who your 
friends are??? . . . Hell, we ain't scared! scrodWB . . Greals 
is driving! . We never get bagged Willis B . . Neal . . 
The Cinema . . Diamonds and Rust — Forever Young . . 



LINDA BETH THOMPSON 

Childhood living is easy to do Kimosabi Queenie sisters 
The Home 416 Lansdownest I Don't Know, |. Cotton 
Angels HP D-D-D-D Canada Every cop's a criminal, and all 
the sinners, saints. Space Cadette Bebop PML 




AMY KIRSTEN THORKILSEN 

Ange 

footloose and fancy free O B. Boy . A.P. Free . Skins . Lise 
. law of euphoria . Berea Boy . anyways . . . MADGE!! 
Varsity Pubes . |, C, R - 6th being young . HEXCEL, G.? . Sal 
I - chat?. E. at |r. P. Read your fate, see what is before 
you, and walk on into futurity, salada . . . 



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IEANNETTE L. TIBBETTS 

Tidbits 

Pencils, Erasers, Pan The 3 musty b's Ch Ch Wow Ch pizza 
Mac's football Bay Farm Serious B Action B 6/11/77 ) S.B. 
Ooh, it's so unsan! |.C. 9/23/77 Ho)o's Zephyr BD 5/15/76 
serious S.S. CH LT Hey man!! 




MARTHA MARY VICKERS 

Marty 

To share your happiness with someone close is the greatest 
gift you can give ... hi jello . . . my fredy . . . lollipops . . . 
Manilow . . do I know you? . . . serious business . . . Tassy's 
- 9:00 pumpkin time . . . #94, 77 FRIENDS 



WILLIAM CHARLES WALKEY 

Chuck 




JOHN KEVIN WALTERS 

Peck 

It's . . . Want Ads . . . Hypes to Fla? . . . Snacky . . . Laura 
7/9/77 . . . Greg's Goat . . Chevelles . . . Peck . . . Doobies 
Concert . . The Group? . . . Anyways . . . Skip Life . . . Ay 
Mun . . . Saab Hassles . . Arch + Maude . . . Njorl's Saga 
. . . satellites . . . salada . . . 



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STEPHEN B. WARD 

Horatio 

ROB, SHUT UP ... MAYNARD ... SPOCKISHNESS .. 
Buckley . . . WING . . . Change . . . FU . . . FLASH BASBO . . 
Vocational Prep School Bushkin theh . M.I 

WHO?. Dr. D TNAHCREM OCRA eht to yromem ni 
Din On Bay Road . (EXODUS 19:77) 




PETER GREGORY WEYAND 



SUZANNE MARIE WHITEWAY 

Sue 

"Take your lime, think a lot. think of everything you've 
got, for you will still be here tomorrow but your dreams 
may not.'' Party!! B.20. Where's |udy!r Flat tire!!' Bummer!! 
FLETCH ... 9 - 122122 - 251522 




LESLIE JEAN WIEDMANN 

Wied 

Walking in the wind, looking at the sky . . . hanging on a 
breeze and I'm wondering why . . . 



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DEBRA ANN MARIE WILLIAMS 

Debby 

You can spend all your time makin money or you can 
spend all your love makin time . T O P. . . . Foot Loose 
Fancy Free . . . Walt . . . HWJ . . . Lu-ann What time is it ? 
. . . Golden Crown . Snowbanks . . Eagles Fleetwood Mac 
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(ILL WILLINGHAM 

Willis 

V.Softball . 4 years . BFD . Flamingbones! . . . The Beach 

D.H.S. S s! . . . FIRE! . . . Town Forest Parties . . . Zeppelin 

It's Miller Timei . . . Lou, GOLD? . Don't Drive and 
Drink, You Might Hit a Bump and Spill a Drop! BMSKO 



STACY D. WILLS 

Space 

At first I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken . . . Will- 
Eyes . . . Flaming Bones!. Saquish . . S| . . . OH! BABY!. REX 
. . . Popsicles and Cannies . . . Blitzed 5A and 5B!! Star . 84 
. . . PFFF!! ... }\ ... SPIP . . . Twillis . . . Debs . . . Ramble 
On!!! 




SARA ELIZABETH WILSON 

Willis B. 

Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow . . . Summer 76, 
77 W.B. 8/5/76 I quit B.K.-ing T's P Van GNO'S Scrubb- 
ing Bubbles Let Teresa tell you . . C|M Mexico "77" |ulie 
Y.L I ain't scared It's Over . . . 



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CHRISTOPHER E. WOLFF 

Chris 

BKRKSMENLSMS . 8/29/77 Baseball's The Best Sport . hwat 
. Beware of The Three Sailors . Monday morning blues . The 
Red Sox are number one! Drag racing in Broad daylight . 
Friday night party here we come . . . 



LAURIE ANN YOUNG 

Lau 

CRINCH, Me., 13 doorknobs . . . Loretta, MacParty . "1 5th 
floor, San?" LA, proper dress - Nantucket ... SKI - P & B, 
AFS, N.H. PROM SYF ... fences, Geils - go nuts 128 . 
TenDen . . . SMILE! . . 10/8/77 . . . Look toward tomorrow 
with hope . . . 





LYNN M. NEEDLEMAN 



CAMILLE LeBLANC 



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Best Looking - Ted Landers and Beth Pilkington Most Athletic - Kent Bolster and Lauren Tennev 





Highway Menaces - Kim Greenberg and Scott Barclay 



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Lisa Smith loan Marshall Paul Francis Marcia Lantz 

Home Economics Director of Food Serv ices Science Foreign Language 




Judith Kelliher Roger |arv is 

Mathematics Chairman Music Dept. 



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Sondra Upham Ann Collins Richard Miller Marga McCormick 

English Guidance Counselor English Foreign Language 




)ohn VV. Hill John Pierce 

Principal Assistant Principal 



flCTlUITIC 




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Music is a part of life which 
brings people together, no matter 
how different they are, or what' 
language they speak. A language 
in itself, music is universal and 
conveys all the emotions and fel- 
lings that words could never ex- 
press. 

Under the direction of Roger 
Jarvis, the DHS Choir strives to 
reach each individual with its 
music. In a very special union, the 
choir has performed everything 
from Palestrina to Ellington. No 
matter what it is performing, the 
choir sings with joy and a true 
love of music. 

Some members of the choir 
have participated in both the Dis- 
trict and SEMSBA festivals this 
year, as well as providing the 
main supply of talent for this 
year's All — School Musical pro- 
duction of The Sound of Music. 



DHS Choir 






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A.F.S. 



Duxbury's A.F.S. (American Field Service) 
Club has experienced tremendous growth and 
enthusiasm over the last two years, thanks to 
the leadership of Cynthia Stone. This year's 
officers were President Leslie Wiedmann; Vice 
Presidents Susan Pollock and Laurie Young; 
Secretary Susan Allsop; and Treasurer Steve 
Mills. 

This year Duxbury hosted two foreign stu- 
dents; Benson Nguti of Kenya, East Africa and 
Michela Sperandio of Belluno, Italy. Both stu- 
dents arrived in August, eager to begin a year 
that would probably change their lives. 

Maura Mastrogiovanni spent her senior year 
living on a farm in Denmark through the A.F.S. 
program; and next year Susan Buechler and 
Leslie Wiedmann will be living somewhere in 
the Northern Hemisphere. 

A.F.S. is a worldwide program that hosts as 
well as sends students from abroad. Its goals 
are to promote world friendship and to pro- 
vide a better understanding of the many cul- 
tures to be found here on earth. In Duxbury 
the local chapter raises money to help aid in 
A.F.S. scholarships along with social gatherings 
with surrounding A.F.S. clubs. After last years 
successful Short Term Exchange in Lebanon, 
New Hampshire, this years club spent a week 
in Philadelphia. 





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Band 



Led bv Michon Dohenv. the DHS 
Marching Band supported the soc- 
cer and football teams again this 
year. In addition to the soccer and 
football games the band was kept 
busy with parades, a Christmas Con- 
cert, and other activities. Under the 
direction of Arthur Johnson, the 
DHS Band is a dedicated group of 
musicians who pride themselves in 
the excellence of their perform- 
ances. 





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Student 
Council 

This year's Student Coun- 
cil, aided by their advisor, 
Mr. Buechler, set out to in- 
volve more students in their 
activities. Among the most 
successful events were the 
Thanksgiving Dance, the 
Nutcracker Suite Ballet, and 
the vandalism assembly. The 
cultural events, 6-period 
day, vandalism, and the as- 
sembly committees were im- 
portant parts of the Council. 
Other winter and spring 
events included movies, stu- 
dent bulletins, and another 
cultural activity. They would 
like to see more in- 
volvement in their bi-weekly 
meetings and in the up- 
coming elections. 




Ann Marie Lindquist, Beth Reed, Warren Freeland, Secretary Laurie Shoula, President Richard Walters, 
lay Hamilton, Sue Buechler, Sue Trezise, Tracy Leighton, Scott Emerson, Advisor Mr. Buechler, Vice- 
President Dave Pullen, Treasurer Kristen Hall, loan Sullivan, |immy White, and Eric Nash. Missing from 
picture — Carol Emerson. 



Key 
Club 



The Key Club is an active 
international organization 
dedicated to public service. 
The Duxbury Chapter of the 
Key Club consists of about 
twenty high school mem- 
bers and their advisor Harry 
Gunnarson. It is sponsored 
by the local Kiwanis. 

Members work on many 
different projects through- 
out the year, including their 
annual can drive which aids 
the Duxbury Council of 
Churches. The 1977-1978 
officers are: President Chris 
Shepard, Vice-President Sean 
Sheehan, Treasurer Carrie 
Mosher, and Secretary Rich- 
ard Murphy. 




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Latin Club 

Members have been very busy with their 
manv chariot washes, bake sales, exchange 
days with the Braintree Latin Club, Ides of 
March assasinations, and a sottball game 
against the D.I.S. Latin Club. They plan on 
entering another float in the |uly 4th parade 
after taking 4th place last year. Officers this 
year were: Consul — Katie Dalton; Vice 
Consul — Ann Marie Lindquist; Scriba — 
Avlene Watts; and Quaestor — Cathv Hag- 



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Freshmen Class Officers: President — )oan Sulli- Junior Class Officers: President — Anne Cunneen Vice- 
van, Vice-President — Kelly Donahue, Secretary — President — Valerie Butler, Treasurer — Sandy Dewing, 
Emily Dewire, and Treasurer — Pam Lanman and Secretary — Debbie Donahue 




Sophomore Class Officers: President - Linda Renner, Senior Class Officers: President - Karen Heneg- 
Vice-President - Ellen Nylen, Treasurer - Kathy Mueller, nan, Vice-President - Lauren Tenney, Treasurer - 
and Secretary Kim Larkin Beth Severson, and Secretary - Andrea Miller 



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Fall Tournament of Plays 



The 1977 Fail Tournament of 
Plays produced in the Good 
Knight Theater was one of the 
most successful tournaments 
ever produced, judging was 
very difficult because of the di- 
versity of all the plays. The Jun- 
ior Class Play, "To Burn a 
Witch" was designated by the 
judges to be a winner. This is 
the second year that the class 
of 1979 has won the fall tour- 
nament. 





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Outing Club 

Duxburv High School Outing Club members 
under the guidance of Richard Miller again 
continued to explore the wilderness or the 
United States. This past summer Donald Hag- 
ney, Kevin Heneghan, Richard Miller and past 
"outies" Cu\ LeBlanc, Tom Whalen. and David 
Harper travelled out West where they hiked 
and backpacked for four weeks. Their terrain 
included the Colorado Rockies, Grand Canyon, 
Yosemite National Park, and the Sierra Ne- 
vadas. 

Activities closer to home included hiking 
and backpacking in the White Mountains of 
New Hampshire, cross-country skiing in the 
Maine woods, and bicycling in and around 
Martha's V ineyard and Nantucket. 

Officers for this year's Outing Club were 
Leslie Wiedmann — President, and Vice-Presi- 
dents Donald Hagnev and Kevin Heneghan. 




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Drama 



Thespian Troupe #355 has 
come into its own. Once a 
small group, it now has over 
150 members and sponsors 10 
productions every year in- 
cluding a musical, all-school 3 
act, and 2 festivals. The drama 
club is also active in the Mass. 
Drama Guild Theatre Festival, 
presenting productions all over 
the state. The faculty advisor is 
Mr. Richard C. Miller, and the 
officers: Melissa Hughes — 
pres. Arthur Freeland — vice 
pres., Anne Ruderman — sec, 
Geoff Cook — treas. 





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Sound of Music 




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Boys 
Tennis 



Under the leadership of Coach Corliss, 
the 1977 boys tennis team compiled an 
outstanding 14-0 record. The team not 
only won the South Shore League Cham- 
pionship for the third consecutive year 
but also qualified for the Eastern Mass. 
Tournament. They lost in the semi-finals, 
but this was the farthest any Duxbury 
tennis team has gone in the tournament. 

This spectacular team was captained by 
junior Peter Dewire and sophomore )im 
Lucier. With all but one member return- 
ing this coming year, the boys look for- 
ward to a very promising season. 





Front Row: Co-captains J. Lucier, P. Dewire 2nd Row: C. McNiff, P, Kosak, A. Nelson, T. 
Binsfielrl, N. Hawkins, ). Burke 3rd Row: Coach Corliss, B. Partridge, B. Hovey, M. 
Dewire, T. Landers, S. Packard, R. Doyle, D. Kosak 



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Girls 
Tennis 



Front Row: Co-captains D. Doane, E. Case 2nd Row: A. Fowler, D. Donahue, S. Pollock, 
L McLaughlin, L. Tenney, L. Renner 3rd Row: C. McCormick, C Woods, | Kellar, K 
Mueller, Coach Heneghan 




The 1977 D.H.S. girls tennis team, 
coached by Faith Heneghan and cap- 
tained by seniors Donna Doane, and Liz 
Case, amassed an undefeated record of 
16-0. Neither a singles match nor a 
doubles match was lost by any team 
member throughout league play. The girls 
qualified for the Eastern Mass. Tourna- 
ment, only to be defeated in the Semi- 
finals by Newton South, defending state 
champions. In the South Shore League 
Tournament Freshman, Linda Renner won 
the singles while in doubles, Donna 
Doane and Liz Case were victorious. 

This year the Dragon Ladies will be 
looking for their 6th consecutive league 
title. With five of the seven starters re- 
turning, another flawless season is ex- 
pected. 




Boys 
Track 



and Field team 
Mr. Barges had a 



The 1977 D.H.S. Track 
coached by Mr. Clark and 
record of 7-1, losing their only meet to Cohas- 
set. The team was led by tri-captains Andy 
Bolster, )immy Button, and Dave Greely. 

The 1978 team is expected to have one or its 
best seasons. Returning seniors include: discus 
thrower, Kent Bolster, who may win the N.E. 
meet this year; Scott Muller, a sprinter, is ex- 
pected to win the state division meet in the 
100 or 220, and Eric Arnold, who won third in 
the State Division C for shot-put, is expected 
to win the All State meet. Paul Bloodgood 
placed second in polevault Div. C, and this 
spring he should win the All State meet. Other 
seniors who should score at the state division 
meet are Peter Weyand in middle distance, 
and Scott Bartlett and Mark Brissenden in long 
distance. 

With strength in individuals, the team finish- 
ed second in State Division C, seventh in the 
All State meet, and third at the New England 
meet, as Kent and Andy Bolster finished first 
and second (New England Champs) in the 
discus at Bowdoin College. 





Front Row: M. Doherty. E. McShane, C. Ivester, T. Sexton, | Marshall, D. Robinson, M. Stone, ). Collins, C. Tonrey, P. Faust, C. Dollott. S. 
O'Connell 2nd Row: I. Gates, R. Andrews, S. Muller, C. Donius, S. Navin, |. Button, D. Greely, A. Bolster, T. Heneghan. P. Bloodgood, K. 
Bolster, E. Arnold, S. Bartlett, D. DeLorenzo Back Row: Coach Barges, C. Heidenreich. |. Chandler, K. Heneghan, K. Paton, |. Daikh. F. 
Andrews, D. Roberts, |. Andrews, M. Brissenden, S. Carroll, C. Burke. R Murphy, B. Schaffer, | Cunningham, ). Lackey, D. Collins, D. 
Gazzola, R. Palumbo, T. Pyle, T. Lanman, |. McCorrison, D. Hojlo, M. O'Connell, Coach Clark 




Front Row: C. Costello, L. Grohe, S. Button, K Larkm, A. Pdton. I Mr Donald, ( Kates, I Ky.in, S. Hlousek 2nd Row: A. Bohannon, A. 
Vautrain, P. Withdm, Y Ruggles, B. Briggs, P Poturnicki, L Binsfield, K Killian, S. Quine, ). Odtes, R. Chdrlcs Back Row: Codch Frdncis, E. 
Leonard. \ . Hurley, M Chapdelaine, C. McCarthy, A Cunneen, I Muller, M Vickers, B. Hitt, I Doheny, | tibbetts 




Girls 
Track 



The D.H.S. girls track team finished 
the 1977 season with a 2-6 record. Al- 
though this record is not overly im- 
pressive, the girls improved tremen- 
dously throughout the season. The fact 
that freshman Dorothy Ptomey set a 
league record in the KXJ yard dash, 
demonstrates the strength of this 
young team. 

One of the most exciting meets of 
the season was the magnificent show- 
ing the team made against Middleboro. 

Although the team was in- 
experienced, it possessed a great deal 
of determination, hard work, and unity. 
The Dragons look forward to a more 
promising season this spring. 



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Front Row: T. Doherty, R. Hopkins, A. Haskell, P. Sinnott, D. Kates, S. Sheehan, |. Donius, T 
Herrick Back Row: |. Jack, C. McEvoy, David Sinnott. B. Colton, Coach Dave Murphy 



Baseball 



The 1977 Duxbury High School 
Baseball team, under the fine coach- 
ing of Dave Murphy, had a success- 
ful season. During league play the 
team compiled a 9-7 record, being 
11-7 overall. This, however, was only 
good enough for third place in the 
South Shore League. 

Co-captains Dan Kates and Peter 
Sinnott supplied the leadership. The 
team was highlighted by the out- 
standing defensive play along with 
the excellent pitching of Peter Sin- 
nott. Peter pitched and batted the 
team to victory against Norwell, the 
defending state champions, in the 
last game of the season. With the 
nucleus of the team returning, 
Coach Murphy expects another win- 
ning season. The possibility of cap- 
turing the South Shore League title 
is sighted. 



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Front Row: P. Teravainen, C. Murphy, T CoKin. A. Angers Second Row: C. Walker, C. 
Shields, |. Willingham, C. MacCallum, ). Moore Third Row: S. lenkins, L. Hammond, S. 
Heap, I Cuneo, D. Griffin, Coach Shea 



Softball 



The D.H.S. softball team had a produc- 
tive season in the spring of 1977. The 
Dragons, under the excellent coaching of 
Pat Shea, finished second in the South 
Shore League with a 13-3 record. Al- 
though the girls were edged out of first 
place, they did qualify for the Eastern 
Mass. Tournament. In the first round of 
tournament play, the girls defeated King 
Phillip Regional 6-4, only to be eliminated 
by Abington, Duxbury's arch rival in the 
second round. 

Miss Shea praised the team for its two 
victories over Hanover. This was the first 
time in four years that Duxbury's Softball 
Team has defeated Hanover. Senior cap- 
tain Gail MacCallum was a major contrib- 
uting factor to the team's success, she 
along with Adele Angers and Liz Ham- 
mond were selected to the South Shore 
League Allstar Team. Coach Shea antici- 
pates another winning season this spring 
as many experienced players will be re- 
turning. 





Football 

The 1977 season possessed "the team that put Dux- 
bury football in motion." The tremendous improve- 
ment was marked by an encouraging overall record of 
4-6. Coach Kispert has designed an outstanding foot^ 
ball program for Duxbury High School and has stated 
that this past season was the second step in his four 
year plan. 

Duxbury football for the first time was competitive 
with every team in the league. They held Hull, the 
1977 Super Bowl champs until the last minute of the 
game, losing 7-6. Perhaps the new field, electric score- 
board, and uniforms were responsible for the team's 
success, but the hard work and leadership of the three 
captains Eric Arnold, Kent Bolster, and Eddie Errasti 
cannot be overlooked. 

The team voted Steve Dow Most Valuable Lineman 
and )ohn Donius Most Valuable Back, while Eddie 
Errasti was selected as the Best Team Player. Kent 
Bolster was chosen as Most Valuable Player and Coach 
Kispert awarded Tim Cheetham the Coach's Award for 
being the most coachable team member. 

The Green Dragons are an up and coming football 




team determined to triumph. 




First Row: T. Cheetham, M. Colclough, D. McCarthy, ). Donius, K. Huber, E. Arnold. K. Bolster, E. Errasti, P. Balboni, I. Cobb, |. Olszowy, T. 
Cunneen, 2nd Row: S. Sheehan, D. Bean, M. Dowd, C. Thompson, |. Moylan, N Murphy, R Murdough, P. Balboni, R. Walters, |. Larson. R 
Brown 3rd Row: T McPherson, R Lippard, I Markella, I McHugh, E. McShane, D Mulrenin, C. Huber, M Hokaj, G. Bailey, S. Dow 4th 
Row: A. Larson, G. Cushmg, J. Ryan, M. Barrows, E McCarthy, P. Faust, S. O'Rourke, R. Burr. D. Roberts 5th Row: M Lindquist, |. Quilty, C. 
Phillips, B. Gourley 



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Due to the experienced coaching of 
Robert Haves and the hard work of the 
1977 golf team, the boys swept the 
South Shore League Championship for 
the tenth-consecutive year. They finish- 
ed first in the Southeastern Regional 
Tournament and seventh in the State 
Tournament, producing an outstanding 
overall record of 14-0. 

Earning letters were seniors: Peter 
Avers. Ned Emerson. David Hallowell, 
Mike lohnson. Andy Moss, and Doug 
Wilcox, luniors were: Scott Carlson. 
Mike Colclough. and Bob lones. Un- 
derclassmen consisted of sophomores 
Carl Carlson. Sandv Dewing and fresh- 
men limmv lones and Sam Anastasi. 

Other members of the team were: 
Tim Cheetham. Drew Connelly. David 
Pullen. Chris Shepard. Chuck Walkey, 
George Bailey, Eric Severson. Steve 
O Connell. left McGill and Gordon 
Class. 



Front Row: V Emerson. D. Hallowell. P. A\ers Back Row: 
Carlson. B. lones and Coach Robert Ha\es 



lones. M. Colclough. S. 



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Cross 
Country 

The cross country team opened its 
season with its toughest meet 
against Middleboro. The boys were 
well prepared, but came home with 
their only loss of the season, 34-21. 
Although they won their next seven 
meets, this loss cost the team the 
South Shore League Championship. 
The team compiled four shutouts, 
and finished sixth in the State Divi- 
sion Four Tournament. This was the 
best season any Duxbury Cross 
Country team has ever had. 

lunior Captain Keith Paton came 
in twelfth in the State Division Race, 
while Dick Robinson won the soph- 
omore race and Brian Button finish- 
ed twelfth in the Freshman State 
Race. Scott Bartlett and Peter 
Weyand were selected by the team 
as the most dedicated members. 
Senior Mark Brissenden also contrib- 
uted to team success as fifth man 
and Matt O'Connell received the 
most improved runner award. 

Coach Clark and the team antici- 
pate a league title next fall. 




Front Row: S. Hauck. B Locke, R Sexton, D. Robinson. B Button, M. O'Connell, K. Klein, T. 
Cook Second Row: |. Collins, J Cotton, B. Schaffer, M. Brissenden, Coach R. Clark, S. Bartlett, P. 
Weyand, K. Paton. 



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Front Row: P. |. Hauck, K. Donahue. C. Collins, A. Marshall Second Row: 
Vautrain, A. Marshall, Coach G. Publlcover, C. McCormick, A. Angers 



A. Dickow, A. 




Girls 
Cross 
Country 

This \ear under the leadership of 
Mrs. Ginny Publicover, a volunteer 
coach, the Duxbury Girls Cross 
Country Team completed its season 
with a two win and tour loss season. 

The team consisted of nine girls 
who worked hard all fall. They ran 
on the average of four miles per 
practice. In every meet Annette 
Vautrain consistantly came in first, 
Adele Angers second, and P. |. 
Hauck and Cathv Collins would 
battle it out Tor third. 

Next year's team should be very 
strong as onlv the two captains Ad- 
ele Angers and Cathv McCormick 
will be graduating. The girls would 
would like to extend a special 
thanks to Mrs. Publicover who de- 
voted her time so generously. 




Soccer 



The D.H.S. soccer team under the 
superb coaching of Foster Cass and the 
leadership of captains Ted Landers and 
Rock Hopkins, had another fantastic 
season. The team's hard work brought 
them a fine record of 16-1-2, the S.S.L. 
title, and allowed them to go on to the 
tournament only to lose in third round 
to Foxboro, 3-1. With 96 goals scored 
during the season, 34 by junior Colin 
McEvoy, the team broke the school 
record. Chosen for the S.S.L. Allstar 
team were Rock Hopkins, Bobby Bur- 
dick, Colin McEvoy, Casey Tonrey, and 
Fenton McCall. The most valuable as- 
set to the team seemed to be the three 
halfbacks who kept the ball in the 
offensive zone. Although there are 
twelve seniors leaving, many talented 
players will be returning and the possi- 
bility of capturing the State Champion- 
ship once again looks promising. Over 
the past four years the soccer team has 
compiled an outstanding record of 54- 
2-2 and those members graduating are 
commended for their remarkable dis- 
play. 




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First Row: P. Dewire, B Beaton, S. Sarro, M McDevitt, T. Herrick, S. Barclay, T. Landers, R Hopkins, |. Beaton, B. Nguti, S. Muller, R. 
Bissonette. Second Row: D. Andrews, M. Miller, T. Jones, D. Collins, D. Nelson, |. Chandler, S. Carroll, B. Burdick, C. Tonrey, C. Violandi, 
C Greely, C. McEvoy, F. McCall, J. Lucier, |. Stifler, R. Murphy, J. Weld, K. Day, D. Sinnott, Coach F. Cass. 



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First Row: A Cuneen, ). Peters, C. Evans, T. Grealy, L. Tenney, P. Simmons, |. Kellar, C. 
Kennedy, Second Row: Coach D. Brooks, S. Bruce, C. O'Neil, L Renner, K. Vuilleumier, |. 
Cuneo, S. Cotton, T. Hurley, E. Leonard, L. Heidenreich. 



Field 
Hockey 

This years field hockey team pleas- 
antly surprised Coach Brooks as it was 
expected to be a building year. The 
three captains Teresa Grealy, Patty Sim- 
mons and Lauren Tenney were the 
only returning starters from last years 
Eastern Mass. Champions, however, 
the team did manage to muster a 14-2- 
2 record, while qualifying for the East- 
ern Mass. Tournament. The teams suc- 
cess is attributed to the fine defense 
led by seniors Joan Kellar and Teresa 
Grealy. 

Although the South Shore League 
title was unattainable, many records 
were set during the season. Tina Hurl- 
ey tied for the most assists in one 
season with 14 while Lauren Tenney 
compiled 16 goals which broke the 
record. Lauren and sophomore Linda 
Renner were named to the League All- 
Star Team. 

Since seniors Cathy Evans, Teresa 
Grealy, loan Kellar, Christine Kennedy, 
Patty Simmons, and Lauren Tenney are 
graduating, the Dragon Ladies will be 
forced to fill many positions. However, 
with the help of a highly skilled lunior 
Varsity Team, this task can be accom- 
plished. 

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Ice Hockey 

Duxbury's Ice Hockey teams have 
always been regarded highly and this 
year's team is no exception. At present, 
the Dragons have an overall record of 
1-2-3 and in the South Shore League 
the team is 0-0-2. The two ties have 
come against the strong Abington and 
Hanover clubs. Coach Dave Murphy, 
captains Kent Bolster, |ohn Dowd, and 
Brian Mahoney are pleased with the 
development of the team so far. The 
strong defense with Junior Henry Ham- 
mels in the net is considered a valu- 
able asset this year. A tournament 
berth is anticipated with hopes of suc- 
cess. 




K. Bolster, B Mahoney, |. Dowd, Coach Murphy, |. Weld, S. Newbauer, K. 
Dowd, |. Antaya, F. McCall, D. Connelly, S. Bartlett, I. Lackey, S. Carlson, D 
Colclough, N. Murphy, S. Sarro, H. Hammels, D. Gazzola, Ass. Coach Demaris 



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Cheerleaders 



Members of the 1977-78 cheerleading 
squad were sophomores; Kristen Hall and 
Kathy Mueller, juniors; Gwen Evans, Debby 
Donahue, and Kim Cislo, seniors; Donna 
Rober, Andrea Miller, Carol Emerson (capt), 
Kim Greenberg, and Maureen McCarthy. 
The group has had a full year, cheering for 
soccer, football and basketball. 

This year the underclassmen entered the 
New England Patriettes Cheerleading Com- 
petition placing 11 out of 44 

We would like to thank our coach, Mrs. 
Carol Cass, for her time and support. 



Captain Carol Emerson, Donna Rober, Kim Greenberg, Andrea Miller, and Maureen 
McCarthy (seniors), Gwen Evans, Kim Cislo, and Debby Donahue (juniors), Kristen Hall and 
Kathy Mueller (sophomores) 



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Coach Cass, P. Bloodgood, |. Andrews, P. Weyand, R. Perry, R. Doyle, M. Hokaj, B. Connors, G Cushing, S. Carroll, C. McEvoy, K. Paton, C 
Small, D. Bourget, D. Roberts. 



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Basketball 



The 1977-1978 Girls Basketball 
team, coached by Don Dellorco and 
c a pta ined by Tefesa Crealy and Lau- 
ren Tenney, is rapidly improving. Al- 
though their record is not mag- 
nificent, mam victories have been 
won which do not appear in the 
win loss column. The girls have 
been working extremely hard all sea- 
son and intend to upgrade their 
record. The team consists of seniors: 
Adele Angers, Teresa Grealy, Julie 
Moore, Nicki Noel and Lauren Ten- 
ney; juniors: Anne Cunneen, Tammy 
Colvin, Ariel Fowler, Terry Mullaney, 
Debbie Smith and Cheryl Walker; 
sophomores: Linda Renner, and 
freshman: Claire Knoblock. The girls 
wish to thank Coach Dellorco; his 
time, effort and concern were all 
appreciated. 



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Front Row: T. Ferguson, B. Kates, |. Burke, C. Blair, C. Huber, K. Huber Back Row: Coach 
Barges, I Chandler, |. Cobb, C. Greene, A. Haskell, P. Balboni, E Arnold 




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Wrestling 

The 1977-1978 Wrestling team, spurred on by 
the fine coaching of Bill Barges and the lead- 
ership of tri captains Eric Arnold, Andy Haskell, 
and Peter Balboni, has attained a 12-2 record at 
this point in the season. This is the best team 
record in the history of D.H.S. wrestling. Al- 
though wrestling is a sport for the individual, 
this year's team worked as a unit in which 
everyone was valuable and important. 

The mighty seniors Eric Arnold, Peter Bal- 
boni, )ohn Cobb, Andy Haskell, Keith Huber 
and the surprising Chris Greene did ex- 
ceptionally well. The three captains are 
presently undefeated while )ohn and Keith 
both have excellent records. The loss of these 
wrestlers next year will surely be felt. 

Coach Barges is looking forward to the sec- 
tionals and state tournament in which Eric and 
Andy should place well. Unfortunately captain 
Balboni has been injured and will be unable to 
wrestle in these meets. The team is sure to 
improve their performance in the state tourna- 
ment this year. 




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Gymnastics 

The D.H.S. Gymnastic team, although com- 
piling a dismal 1-4 record were highly spirited 
and improved a great deal this season. The 
squad consisted of seventeen members who 
were strongest in the events of the bars and 
vaulting. Senior co-captains Pam Teravainen 
and Amy Saunders supplied the leadership. 
Coach Penny Patenaude looks optimistically 
toward next vear's season. 





Front row: Mary Beth Wall, lean McCarthy. Meredith Quine, D.D. Calvin Middle: Pam 
Teravainen, Julie Thibodeau, Coach Pennv Patenaude Back: Eileen Leonard. Kim Pierce, )ulie 
Smitt, Regina Calvin, Susan Buechler. 



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