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DR. and MRS. LYLE H. FARRELL The publication of the Green Lantern has presented difficulties we could not or did not anticipate for several successive years, and the 1968 version is no exception. However, with the prompt and vigorous action of Mr. Ernest Sherman, an efficient editorial board, and the excellent photography of Mr. Robert St. Louis, the yearbook is here. W e are justifiably proud of the senior class whose faces and records dominate the pages following. Their scholastic achievements, their college placement, their unbelievable record of victories in athletics, m a k e this class one of the most outstanding a m o n g the 116 which have graduated from Proctor. Moreover, their strong leadership has developed among the undergraduates, scholars, student officers, and athletes w h o will challenge the fine record made by the class of 1968. Mrs. Farrell and I wish the class all the best of success in college and thereafter. Lyle H. Farrell Headmaster

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IE CLASS OF 1968 DEDICATES THEIR YEARBOOK TO MRS. HAZEL E. PORTER, R. N.

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DR. and MRS. LYLE H. FARRELL The publication of the Green Lantern has presented difficulties we could not or did not anticipate for several successive years, and the 1968 version is no exception. However, with the prompt and vigorous action of Mr. Ernest Sherman, an efficient editorial board, and the excellent photography of Mr. Robert St. Louis, the yearbook is here. W e are justifiably proud of the senior class whose faces and records dominate the pages following. Their scholastic achievements, their college placement, their unbelievable record of victories in athletics, m a k e this class one of the most outstanding among the 116 which have graduated from Proctor. Moreover, their strong leadership has developed a m o n g the undergraduates, scholars, student officers, and athletes w h o will challenge the fine record made by the class of 1968. Mrs. Farrell and I wish the class all the best of success in college and thereafter. Lyle H. Farrell Headmaster

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IE CLASS OF 1968 DEDICATES THEIR YEARBOOK TO MRS. HAZEL E. PORTER, R. N.

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MR. E R N E S T L. S H E R M A N B.S. in Ed., Boston University; M.A., University of New Hampshire. Assistant Headmaster, Director of Admissions, Director of Studies, Job Cabinet, Handbook Advisor, History of Religion.

M R S . D A V I D W. A R M S T R O N G B.A. in Ed., Keene State College. Housemother.

M R S . E R N E S T L. S H E R M A N B.S., Connecticut College for Women. Athletic Host Advisor.

MR. A. R I C H A R D BELLEFEUILLE B.A., University of New Hampshire. Spanish, Reserve Football, Skating Club, Lacrosse.

MR. D A V I D W. A R M S T R O N G B.A. in Ed., Keene State College; M.A. Education, University of New Hampshire. Math, Director of Testing, Allowances & Personal Accounts, Proctor Chest, J.V. Baseball.

M R S . A. R I C H A R D BELLEFEUILLE Housemother.

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MR. D O N A L D F. B U R K E B.S., University of New Hampshire; M.A., University of New Hampshire. English, Recreational Tennis, Varsity Tennis, Ski School, Caldron.

MR. G E O R G E B. EMENY, JR. B.S., Mount Union College, Tufts. Chemistry, Recreational Tennis, Varsity Lacrosse, Ski School.

MR. PETER G. BURLEIGH B.A., University of New Hampshire. Biology, Recreational Tennis, Ski School, Sailing.

MRS. G E O R G E B. EMENY, JR. Remedial Reading, Housemother.

MRS. PETER G. BURLEIGH

MR. DAVID F O W L E R B.A., Colby College. History, Football, Lacrosse.


MRS. DAVID F O W L E R B.A., Colby College. Remedial Reading, Housemother.

MR. SPENCER M. JACKSON A.B., Middlebury. History, Cross-Country, Ski Team, J.V. Tennis.

MRS. MILDRED S. H O W A R D Bartlett Secretarial School. Bursar, Assistant to Dr. Farrell.

M R S . SPENCER M. J A C K S O N A.B., Wilson College; M.A.T., Antioch College. Housemother.

M R S . J O H N J. I R E L A N D Typing.

M R . M O R T O N A. KLEIN A.B., Dartmouth. Spanish, Recreational Tennis, Ski School.


MRS. M O R T O N A. KLEIN A.B., Elmira College. Housemother.

MRS. C L A U D E G. LIMAN B.S., Parsons School of Design. Art, Housemother.

MR. JOHN W. K N O X Montgomery Junior College. Shop, Mechanical Drawing, Sailing, Ski School.

MRS. JOHN H. MAGUIRE Remedial Reading.

MR. C L A U D E G. LIMAN A.B., Dartmouth College. English, Golf, Varsity Ski Team.

MR. DOMINIC L. MORINELLI B.A., Olivet College. Physics, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball.


MRS. DOMINIC L. MORINELLI Housemother.

MR. CHRISTOPHER C. NORRIS A.B., Harvard College. English, Proctor Press, J.V. Football, J.V. Hockey, J.V. Lacrosse.

MRS. CHRISTOPHER C. NORRIS B.S., Duke University Housemother.

MR. TIMOTHY G. NORRIS A.B., Harvard College. English, Reserve Football, Ski Team, Baseball.

MRS. TIMOTHY G. NORRIS Housemother.

MR. JOHN P. O'CONNOR A.B., Holy Cross. Latin, French, Yearbook, Golf.


M R S . H A Z E L E. P O R T E R R.N. School Nurse

M R . IRVING W. S T U L T Z B.S., Tufts; S.T.B., M.P.B., Harvard College. Mathematics, Director of College Placement.

M R . R O G E R E. B. R A N D A L L B.S., Boston University; Ed. M., Boston University. Mathematics, Audio-Visual Club, Astronomy Club, Forestry.

M R S . IRVING W. S T U L T Z R.N. Nurse.

M R S . R O G E R E. B. R A N D A L L B.S., University of New Hampshire. Librarian.

M R . R O B E R T P. WILSON B.A. in Ed., Keene State College. Mathematics, J.V. Football, Ski School, Cabin Club, Athletic Improvement Crew.

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MRS. R O B E R T P. WILSON Librarian.

MRS. JAMES H. BELANGER Bookstore.

MR. SPENCER V. WRIGHT A.B., Middlebury; M.A., University of New Hampshire. History, Director of Athletics, Civil Defense, Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Athletic Improvement Crew.

MRS. JOSEPH O. BOULEY Assistant to Bursar.

MRS. SPENCER V. WRIGHT A.B., Vassar; M.A., Middlebury. French, Dramatics.

MR. D O N A L D B. COOPER Steward.

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MR. JOHN F. RIVERS Proctor '29. Supt. of Property, Chief Engineer.

MRS. R A Y M O N D H. DENBERG Proctor '26 Concord Business College. Secretary, Housemother.

MRS. H E N R Y L. STEVENS Secretary.

MRS. R A Y M O N D E. L O C K W O O D Secretary.

MRS. DALE J. McLEOD Secretary.

DR. JOHN H. OHLER, M.D. School Doctor.

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J E F F R E Y WILLIAM B A L D W I N 720 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Audio-Visual Club 2; Debating Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Proctor Players 4; Refreshment Committee 3; Recreational Tennis 3, 4; Ski School 2, 3; Skating Club 4; J.V. Tennis 2, 3; J.V. Lacrosse 4.

BRUCE TORREY BARTLETT 55 Highland Avenue, Bangor, Maine Carr House Group Leader 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Astronomy Club 4; Reserve Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; J.V. Ski Team 2; Ski Patrol 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 2; Varsity Lacrosse 3, 4.

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JOHN RICKEY BEEBLE 40 Rockwell Avenue, Naugatuck, Connecticut Dining R o o m Assistant 4; Proctor Players 3; Debating Club 3; Astronomy Club 4; Glee Club 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Ski School 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 3, 4.

S A M U E L C R O C K E R B E N N E T T , II 233 Broad Street, Claremont, N e w Hampshire Clarion 2; Proctor Press 3, 4; Green Lantern 4; Proctor Players 4; Fire Company 3,4; Reserve Football 2; J.V. Football 3,4; Varsity Ski Team 2, 3; Varsity Baseball Manager 2; J.V. Baseball 3.

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D A V I D PERKINS B I D D L E 24 Aspen Avenue, Auburndale, Massachusetts Gulick House Leader 4; Student Council 4; Green Key Society Proctor Players 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee Lecture Committee 4; Fire Company 4; Varsity Cross-Country 3; Ski School 1, 2, 3, 4; Sailing 1, 2; J.V. Lacrosse Co-Capt. Lacrosse 4.

J A M E S B O W D I T C H BIRD 840 Leigh Mill Road, Great Falls, Virginia Mary Lowell Stone House Group Leader 4; Green Key Society 2, Chairman 3, 4; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Green Lantern Photography Editor 4; Camera Club 2, 3, President 4; Senior Fire Company Chief 4; Sailing 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski School 1, 2; Varsity Football Manager 2, 3, 4.

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G E O R G E M U N S O N BRENGLE 47 Maple Street, Wenham, Massachusetts Maxwell Savage Hall Foreman 2; MacKenzie House Group Leader 3; Morton House Leader 4; Student Council 4; Green Key Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarion 2; Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Proctor Players 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Job Cabinet 2; Carnival Committee 2, 3; Lecture Committee Chairman 4; Dormitory Cabinet 4; Varsity Sailing 1, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3; Ski School 1; Ski Team 2, 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 2.

JEFFREY C A R L E T O N Stoopville Road, R D #1, Newtown, Pennsylvania Proctor Players 2, 3, President 4; Carnival Committee 3; Keeper of the Spirit Committee 4; Reserve Football 2; J.V. Football 3; Recreational Tennis 4; Ski School 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4.

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JOSEPH S A M P S E L L C A R R 209 East Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois Shirley Hall Foreman 3; Job Superintendent 4; Student Council 4; Clarion 2; Proctor Press 2; Press Club 2, 3; Photography Club 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Job Cabinet 3, 4; Keeper of the Spirit 3; Spirit Committee 4; Athletic Council 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; J.V. Football 3; Ski School 1; J.V. Hockey Manager 2; Varsity Hockey Manager 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball Manager 2; Varsity Baseball 3,4.

ALLAN BRADFORD CHASE Bridge Street, Norwell, Massachusetts Astronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Athletic Hosts 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Recreational Tennis 1,2, 3, 4; Ski School 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 1, 2, 4; Varsity Baseball Assistant Manager 3.

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A L E C M I C H A E L C H O R E M I , JR. Hegeman's Lane, Glen Head, N e w York Guitar Group 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Caldron 3; Cross-Country 2; Recreational Tennis 3, 4; J.V. Ski Team 2, Captain 3; Varsity Ski Team 4; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Lacrosse 3.

KEVIN JOHN C O N W A Y 51 Perkins Road, Greenwich, Connecticut Proctor Press 4; Sailing 1; Forestry 2; Varsity Cross-Country 3, 4; Ski School 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Lacrosse 2, 3.

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PETER JAMES DAVIS P.O. Box 243, St. John's, Antigua, Leeward Islands, B.W.I. Cary House Group Leader 4;Debating Club 3,4; Reserve Football 3; J.V. Football 4; Reserve Hockey 3, Co-Capt. 4; J.V. Lacrosse 3.

JAMES A N D R E W D R A K O S Wildflower Trail, Greenwich, Connecticut Bell Foreman 2; Gannett House Group Leader 3; School Leader 4; Student Council 3, 4; Press Club 1; Clarion 2; Proctor Press 3; Winter Carnival Committee 2, Co-Chairman 3; Athletic Council 3; Social Committee 3; Keeper of Spirit Committee 3; Dormitory Cabinet 4; Handbook Committee 4; National Honor Society 3, President 4; N E S G A Delegate 3; Sailing 1; Reserve Football 2; J.V. Football Co-Capt. 3; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Ski Team CoCapt. 1; Ski School 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3,4.

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J A M E S H A R V E Y E W I N G , JR. Possum Hollow Road, Wallingford, Pennsylvania Group Leader Cary House 4; Glee Club 3; Debating Club 3; Spirit Committee 4; J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4.

ROSS A N D R E W F E R G U S O N 134 Upland Road, Newton, Massachusetts Carr House Group Leader 3; Carr House Leader 4; Student Council Moderator 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Social Committee 4; Varsity Football 2, 3; Co-Capt. 4; Ski School 2, 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse Co-Capt. 2; Varsity Lacrosse 3, 4.

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C H A R L E S MILLER F L A M M E R 628 Esplanade, Pelham, New York Grounds Foreman 4; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Astronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Athletic Hosts 2, Chairman 3; Forestry 1; Recreational Tennis 2; Cross-Country 3, 4; Ski School 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 2, 3.

G E O R G E PORTER FULLER 4440 London Road, Duluth, Minnesota Glee Club 3, 4; Proctor Players 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; J.V. Ski Team 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse Co-Capt. 3, 4.

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JOHN T H O M A S G A R Y Old Farm Road, Lincoln Center, Massachusetts Cary House Leader 3; MacKenzie House Leader 4; Student Council 4; Dormitory Cabinet 3, 4; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Financial Committee 4; Social Committee Chairman 4; Reserve Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3; J.V. Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4; Varsity Lacrosse 1, 2, Co-Capt. 3, 4.

ANDREW WAYNE GERMAN Johnson Road, Woodbridge, Connecticut Green Lantern 4; National Merit Commendation 4; J.V. CrossCountry 4; Ski School 4.

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FLETCHER GARRISON HALL 242 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts Sailing 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski School 1; Reserve Hockey 2, 3; J.V. Lacrosse 1, 2; Varsity Lacrosse 3.

CHARLES GARRATT HENDERSON 116 Emory Drive, Jamestown, New York Cary House Floor Leader 3; Carr House Floor Leader 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Reserve Hockey Captain 2; J.V. Hockey 3; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4.

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J O H N H U B B A R D H O L L I D A Y , JR. 1095 West 91st Street, Indianapolis, Indiana Field House Foreman 4; Press Club 2; Glee Club 4; Proctor Players 4; Debating Club 4; Recreational Tennis 2, 3, 4; Ski School 2, 3; Skating Club 4; J.V. Tennis 2; Varsity Tennis 3, 4.

M A R K WENDELL HOLMES 195 Longfellow Street, Portland, Maine Ives House Floor Leader 4; Varsity Cross-Country 2, Co-Capt. 3, 4; J.V. Skiing 1; Varsity Skiing 2, 3, Capt. 4; Reserve Football 1;J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Tennis 2; Varsity Golf 3, 4.

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J A M E S S H E P A R D INFANTI 7 King Street, Milford, N e w Hampshire Morton House Floor Leader 4; Glee Club 1,2; Audio-Visual Club 1; Reserve Football 1, 2; Varsity Cross-Country 2; J.V. Football 4; Ski School 1,2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Tennis 2, Co-Capt, 3,4.

CHARLES LORING JACKSON 65 South Walpole Street, Sharon, Massachusetts Carriage House Leader 4; Proctor Press 4; Debating Club 3; Astrono m y Club 4; Recreational Tennis 2; Varsity Cross-Country 3, 4; J.V. Ski Team 2; Varsity Ski Team 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Lacrosse 4.


WILLIAM F R A N K L I N LITCHFIELD 1001 North Market Street, Washington, North Carolina Bell Foreman 3; Student Athletic Director 4; Job Cabinet 3; Athletic Council 3, 4; Student Council 4; Social Committee 4; Junior Marshall 3; Keeper of the Spirit 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; Ski School 2; J.V. Hockey 3; J.V. Lacrosse 2; Tennis 3; Varsity Lacrosse 4.

ROGER HENRY LOVE 63 Alderwood Road, Newton Centre, Massachusetts Green Key Society 1; Ski School 1, 2, Instructor's Award 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.

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M A R K KENT M A L M R O S 9 Murray Street, Binghamton, New York Assistant Dining R o o m Foreman 4; Caldron 3, Editor 4; Camera Club 2, 3; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Senior Fire Company; Job Cabinet 4; Reserve Football 2; J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Ski School 2, 3; J.V. Lacrosse 2; Recreational Tennis 3.

TIMOTHY W A Y N E M A R K L E Y 3388 Hollister Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio Assistant Dining R o o m Foreman 3; Cary House Leader 4; Student Council Chairman 4; Winter Carnival Committee Co-Chairman 3 Harvard Book Award 3; Charles S. Stone '08 Memorial Award 3 National Honor Society 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forestry 1 Reserve Football 2; J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Ski School 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2; Varsity Lacrosse 3, Co-Capt. 4.

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RUSSELL KIRK M A T E R N E 18 Pasture Lane, Darien, Connecticut Clarion 3; Debating Club 3, 4; Rensselaer Medal for Mathematics and Science 3; Sailing 1, 2, 3, 4; Reserve Ski Team Captain 1; J.V. Ski Team 2; Ski School 3; Ski Patrol 4.

R O G E R T E D D Y MEIER Box 151, Andover, N e w Hampshire Holland Hall Foreman 4; Proctor Players 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Recreational Tennis 1, 3, 4; J.V. Football Manager 2; Ski School 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse Manager 1; Varsity Lacrosse Manager 2, 3.

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C H A R L E S C H R I S T O P H E R M O R R I S , III Box 182, Villanova, Pennsylvania Mary Lowell Stone House Group Leader 3, 4; Press Club 1,2, Chairman 3; Audio-Visual Club 1, President 2, 3, 4; Proctor Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forestry 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski School 1; Ski Manager 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse Manager 2.

W A R R E N H A R O L D MORSS 247 Temple Street, West Newton, Massachusetts Proctor Players 3; Reserve Football 3; J.V. Football 4; Ski School 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 3; J.V. Baseball 4.

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FREDERICK UNDERHILL PORTER Foxboro Point, Essex, Connecticut Ives House Group Leader 3; Assistant School Leader 4; Student Council 4; Green Lantern 3, Editor 4; Senior Fire Company 3, 4; Proctor Chest 3; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Social Committee 4; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Ski School 2, 3; J.V. Tennis Co-Capt. 2; Varsity Tennis 3, 4.

JONATHAN WELLS RANDALL Waveland Avenue, West Chatham, Massachusetts Dry Cleaning Foreman 3; Dining R o o m Foreman 4; Job Cabinet 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Debating Club 3; Astronomy Club 4; Sailing 1; Forestry 2; Reserve Football 3; J.V. Football Co-Capt. 4; Reserve Hockey 1; J.V. Hockey 2, 3; Varsity Hockey 4; J.V. Lacrosse 1, 2; Varsity Lacrosse 3, 4.

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J A M E S H A W L E Y R E N D A L L , III R.D. #2, Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Gannett House Group Leader 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Keeper of Spirit Committee Chairman 4; Reserve Football 1, Captain 2; J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; J.V. Tennis 1; Varsity Tennis 2, 3,4.

L Y N N CARRIER RUST 93 Hampshire Road, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts Debating Club; Reserve Football 2; J.V. Football 3, 4; Ski School 2, 3, 4; J.V. Lacrosse 2,3,4.

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ne, Marblehead, Massachusetts ing Foreman 4; Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3,/4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Ski School 2, 3, 4; Sailing 2, 3, 4.

EDWARD GARDNER SHANNON 2427 Roxboro Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio Clarion 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Proctor Players 2; Astronomy Club 4; Reserve Football 1; J.V. Football 2, 3; Ski School l;Reserve Ski Team 2; Skating Club 4; J.V. Tennis 1,2, 3,4.

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JEREMY RANKIN SHEPARD 38 Cedarwood Lane, Old Saybrook, Connecticut Observatory Foreman 4; Astronomy Club 4; Forestry 3, 4; J.V. Ski Team Manager 3; Senior Fire Company.

J A M E S P A R K H I L L SMITH 3501 Hawthorne Drive, Flint, Michigan Pierce House Leader 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Proctor Players 4; Reserve Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Ski School 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3,4.

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C O U R T E N A Y O L N E Y TAPLIN 2940 Sedgewick Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio Gannett House Group Leader 3; Gannett House Leader 4; Student Council 4; Green Key Society 3, 4; Press Club 2; Green Lantern 3; Business Manager 4; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Proctor Chest Co-Chairman 4; Social Committee 4; Financial Committee Chairman 4; Dormitory Cabinet 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Manager 2, 3,4.

WILLIAM JACKSON T A T E 1714 Circle Road, Ruxton, Maryland Cary House Group Leader 3; Mary Lowell Stone House Leader 4; Student Council 4; Proctor Press, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Lecture Committee 4; Debating Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Sailing 3, Commodore 4; Ski School 3, 4.


RICHARD M E A D WALLACE 120 Lowell Court, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Band 1,2, 3, 4; Proctor Players 3, Vice-President 4; Proctor Press 4; J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 4; Varsity Hockey 1, 3, 4; Varsity Skiing 3; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3, 4.

F R A N K W. W A R B U R T O N Ridge Road, Hardwick, Massachusetts Debating Club 3, 4; Sailing 3, 4; Skating Club 3, 4.

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STEPHEN S A N D E R S O N Y O U N G 50 Highland Street, Dedham, Massachusetts Ives House Leader 4; Student Council 4; Proctor Press 3, 4; Junior Usher; Debating Club 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Lacrosse 3, 4.

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L. BRANDON HERBERT

THOMAS J. HIRSCH

PETER M. HOAGLAND

DANIEL W. HORNE

JAMES H. HOYT

PHILIP A. JOHNSON, JR.

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JAMES S. KALATHAKIS

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DAVID H. NICHOLS

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JOHN W. RED, III

DAVID H. ROPER

KURT D. SCHREPEL

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M. EDWARD SMITH

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First row: C. Backus, S. Huegel, W. Finley. Second row: B. Baker, K. Gatehouse, A. Jandorek, A. Duncan. Third row: R. Clore, J. Coakley, D. Barnes. Fourth row: J. Coolidge, D. Kendall, D. Ehl, B. Fairless, J. Haas. Rear row: J. Fallow, B. Beale, P. Carney, G. Beckstrom, L. Losee, R. Griffin, C. Lovejoy.

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First row: H. Rue, J. Tharler, P. Mallen, C. Taylor, S. Powell, A. Marsters, E. Oakes, W. Riley, S. Rulon-Miller, D. Smith, D. VanPelt, G. Reed. Second row: J. Keller, E. Nord, T. Ryan, R. Welles, T. Rudkin, T. McKay, C. Watson, C. Smith, D. Paddock, C. Podgers. Rear row: J. Walsh, J. Shennan, D. Moulton, C. Olson, W . Stetson, N. Trimble.

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First row: R. Donelson, S. Baker, R. Klaus. Second row: R. Geyer, C. Howard, M. Helmboldt, R. Briggs, C. Kennett, M. Baum. Rear row: G: Hoffer, F. Gibney, J. Fecke, P. Goldstein, G. Berry, H. Burton, H. Hillman, B. Crawford.

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First row: R. Metcalf, A. Verven, R. Leland, G. Wright. Second row: R. Newton, J. Simonds, D. Millar, R. Underwood, R. McClintic, E. Nystedt. Rear row: R. Rockwell, H. Marks, R. Mirick, D. Proctor, R. Lucas.

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VARSITY FOOTBALL

First row, left to right: C. Carlisle, J. Kaufman, C. Henderson, B. Bartlett, B. Baker, W. Litchfield, Co-capt., R. McClintic, T. Levering, C. Watson, J. Rendall, S. Young. Second row: J. Red, Mgr., G. Harper, T. Busby, M. Malmros, W. Bolton, T. Markley, J. Smith, D. Roper, T. Tripp, J. Sherman, D. Babbitt, F. Porter, Mgr. Third row: J. Coolidge, Mgr., D. Armstrong, R. Wallace, J. Drakos, J. Ewing, P. Rolfe, P. Kernan, T. Rudkin, G. Fuller, B. Herbert, Mr. Wright, J. Bird, Mgr.

The 1967 Varsity Football team had a very successful season, but it was not just another good one. Mr. Fowler, Mr. Wright, and Mr. Morinelli led the team to one of the most noteworthy seasons to date. It began on a sour note with a defeat by the m a m m o t h forces of North Yarmouth, but picked up with a 6-0 win over Andover the next week. After another hard series of practices the team made the long treck to Berwick, only to take a 20-0 loss. The team was d o w n but not out. The thought of the Westmount "vacation" the next week lifted all spirits, and the Big Green took Montreal by storm, 13-6. A n overwhelming 26-0 defeat of Exeter the next Saturday left the boys ready and waiting for the last two big ones. A n excellent Brewster team (at the time #1 in the league) came down only to suffer at the hands of an even better foe, 20-14. This was the first time in 22 years that Proctor had beaten Brewster! The season reached its finale on November 11, when the Blue of Holderness came to campus to meet the Green. The season ended in a blaze of glory when it was decided that the trophy was to stay at Proctor due to a win of 18-14. The frosting to the cake was added when it was announced that Proctor had taken the Lakes Region Championship.

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P.A.

OPP.

8 6 0 13 26 20 18

40 0 20 6 0 14 14


JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL

First row, left to right: K. Noble, B. Fairless, S. Powell, J. Randall, Co-capt., S. Rulon-Miller, Co-capt., C. Smith, E. Oakes, F. Tripp. Second row: M. Baum, Mgr., P. Davis, R. Quillman, C. Taylor, D. Nichols, C. Bennett, L. Rust, G. Berry, R. Wind, Mgr. Third row: Mr. Wilson, G. Turner, L. Losee, N. Trimble, J. Infanti, C. White, B. Scott, Mr. C. Norris.

Once again, the J.V. Football T e a m had another undefeated season. Although the team sorely missed some of the stars of last year's undefeated squad, some new members of the improving eleven did an excellent job. The new boys, combined with the experience of last year's Reserve and J.V. teams established another squad of winners. Both captains, S a m Rulon-Miller and Jon Randall, were starters on last year's Reserve team and both worked the team with little mercy, fully realizing that Proctor's undefeated J.V. team was the one to beat. It looked like a tough year for us, but with coaches like Mr. Chris Norris and Mr. Robert Wilson we had the chance to equal last year's team. W e all proved to Mr. Wilson that "the J.V.'s take the back seat to no one."

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Tilton N e w Hampton Laconia Berwick Brewster Holderness

P.A.

OPP.

27 22 14 18 28 26

7 12 12 8 14 6


RESERVE FOOTBALL

First row, left to right: J. Reed, E. Nord, S. Friedman, T. Hall, Co-capt., Mr. T. Norris, P. Carney, Co-capt., G. Hoffer, R. McClintic, R. Griffin, A. Verven. Second row: J. Coakley, D. Barnes, Mgr., W . Pegler, D. VanPelt, C. Howard, W . Finley, J. Haas, A. Duncan, G. Wright, R. Geyer, P. Mallen, W. Davis, T. Hirsch. Third row: S. Baker, H. Hillman, H. Burton, H. Rue, P. Goldstein, H. Marks, J. Fecke, B. Beale, Mgr., Mr. Bellefeuille.

This year's Reserve Football team was led by coaches Tim Norris and Richard Bellefeuille. Their job of training boys w h o were mostly unfamiliar to the game of football was a most difficult one. Not only did they have to overcome the team's inexperience, but they were forced to remove a mental block set up by the boys due to the loss of their first three games. Mr. Bellefeuille coached the line and the defense, while Mr. T. Norris worked with the backfield. The team's first win over Tilton School was of great value to morale, as was the sound victory against N e w Hampton where the Reserves pulled through with a 22-14 win in a hard hitting game. The leading backs were Wes Pegler, Eric Nord and Bill Finley. In the Tilton game, and at N e w Hampton, the team was forced to the air because of various backfield injuries. Dick Griffin caught several long passes from T o m Hall, making a good deal of yardage and eventually scored. The defensive squad maintained a good record of fourteen points being scored against it in the two winning games by the support of strong safties Nord and Rue with the help of linebackers Duncan, Marks and Pegler. Despite various obstacles, the Reserves were able to win the coveted title of the Lakes Region Champs which had large sentimental value for all. 50

Winchendon Cardigan Mt. Winchendon Tilton N e w Hampton Franklin

P.A. 0 0 0 6 22 0

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CROSS-COUNTRY

First row, left to right: M. Holmes, Co-capt., D. LeDuc, Co-capt., G. Beckstrom, K. Conway, R. Beeble, C. Backus, C. Jackson. Second row: Mr. Jackson, C. Flammer, R. Walker, T. McKay, R. Metcalf, J. Seaver, D. Millar, M. Bedell, S. Shapiro, Mgr. Third row: D. Christofi, P. Hoagland, R. Lucas, R. Leland, W. Riley, R. Mirick, A. German.

The cross-country season this past fall was equal to our past two seasons with one loss, nine wins, and a second in the Lakes Region Championships. Our only loss was to Holderness early in the season when the team wasn't in top shape. As the season progressed and the team started getting stronger, our narrow wins became wider and wider victories. After our loss to Holderness, we trained harder and spent more time on the course looking toward that final big meet with our rivals. W h e n it came we were ready and everyone on both sides ran hard. After the race it looked pretty grim for Proctor, but to our surprise the last counting m a n for Holderness came in 14th and we w o n the race by three points. With the depth we had on the team this year, the future looks bright for Proctor cross-country runners, and maybe next year the team can pull an upset on Tilton and be the Lakes Region Champions.

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First row, left to right: J. Randall, J. Rendall, J. Gary, Capt., D. Babbitt, S. Young, C. White. Second row: J. Coolidge, B. Baker, J. Carr, Mgr., J. Sherman, T. Tripp, Mr. Wright, F. Tripp, C. Taplin, Mgr., D. Roper, K. Gatehouse.

The 1967-68 Varsity Hockey team could probably be called one of the best in a long time. Compiling an overall record of 1 1 - 3 - 1 and league record of 9 - 0, Proctor was the undisputed champion of the Lakes Region. The team opened up with a pre-Christmas loss against Hanover High School, but the game proved to be very beneficial in ironing out the major problems. After Christmas vacation, the team looked ready to play and w o n the next seven games. A tie with Concord slowed the team up temporarily but then they came back to win the next three games. W e then played Concord again at the Everett Arena, but only to lose 2-1. Lady luck was still against us as we dropped our second game to our Canadian rivals, Westmount, 12-7. Proctor bounced back to defeat Berwick 10-0 in our last game. The climax of the season came at the end when Proctor (definite underdogs) defeated the overconfident Lakes Region All Stars, 4-3. Special recognition should be given to goalie Dave Babbitt, w h o had four shut outs, and only allowed 32 goals as opposed to 79 scored against our opponents. The team was also led by Jim Sherman and the Jones Trophy winner, Captain John Gary. And, of course, managers Joe Carr and Court Taplin. 55

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*>**>* First row, left to right: D. Nichols, D. Armstrong, P. Hoagland, Co-capt., A. McLean, J. Hoyt, Co-capt., E. Nord, R. Metcalf, R. Cutler. Second row: Mr. C. Norris, W . Pegler, C. Watson, T. Rudkiri, C. Carlisle, C. Taylor, G. Berry, G. Wright, R. Ouillman, Mgr.

Contrary to rumor, the J.V. Hockey team did play again this year. In fact, they even w o n a few rather "exciting" games. The team, as usual, did have it's weak points in respect to their record of wins and losses. However, the team learned a great deal and found that hockey was more than showing off before the game. The members of the J.V. team learned that it is hard work to build a good team, and more importantly to have strong spirit. It seemed that there were times when the whole team fell apart and everyone asked, "was it really worth it?". Usually the answer was yes, even if at times it was doubtful. Not being able to catch one's breath, having frostbitten fingers, and shoveling a never ending pile of snow; these were all part of the game, and all part of the spirit that kept the team going. The feeling that "I have worked for what I got" and the knowledge that when you didn't work the game was lost gave the team real drive. A great m a n y things were learned during this years season, the skill and new knowledge will not be forgotten. They will be the basic framework under which m a n y of these players will continue in their endeavors both in sports and in other walks of life. For this help w e would like to thank Mr. C. Norris.

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P.A.

OPP.

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RESERVE HOCKEY

First row, left to right: B. Crawford, D. Kendall, C. Olson, T. Chase, Co-capt., P. Davis, Co-capt., J. Baldwin, V. Lane. Second row: Mr. Bellefeuille, P. Mallen, J. Holliday, J. Fallow, S. Baker, C. Howard, F. Warburton. H Rue, Mgr.

2-1 loss record. Star left wing Chris Olson put the only one in for the Reserves. Even though the record was only 1-2, the Reserves did well against experienced skaters and hockey players. M u c h appreciation must be given to Taft Chase, the other Co-Captain, w h o worked hard alongside Mr. Bellefeuille. H o w d y R u e also did a fine job as the Reserves manager.

Every day at two o'clock, at the end of the hockey rink; you know, where the boards aren't, stands a group of rugged individuals. They have to be rugged, they spend half of their time lying on the ice and the other half getting there. This group is the Reserve Hockey team and what is unique about this group is that their fearless leader, Mr. Bellefeuille, is learning the art of standing up on those two skates along with the team members. It is sort of a self-help program where everyone encourages the others. After all the beginning formalities, the team did settle d o w n and play a few games; and a few it was, most of the others were rained out. The first game was with La Salette and the Reserves were victorious by a score of 2-1. The goals were by T o m Rudkin and Wes Pegler. In the second game, w e were not so fortunate; La Salette beat us 4-2 with goals by George Berry and Co-Captain Peter Davis. The third game was against Cardigan Mountain's J.V.s and again w e were not very fortunate because w e ended the season with a

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P.A. 2 2 1

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VARSITY SKI TEAM

First row, left to right: D. LeDuc, D. Paddock, R. Griffin, C. Bennett, S. Marsters, R. Leland, E. Nystedt. Second row: J. Shepard, Mgr., Mr. T. Norris, P. Johnson, M. Holmes, Capt., G. Fuller, G. Beckstrom, C. Jackson, E. Oakes, C. Morris, Mgr., Mr. Liman.

With the loss of all but three Varsity Ski Team members, the season looked pretty grim last fall. Our entire alpine team had graduated the previous year and the winter looked like strictly a building season. However, to the surprise of everyone, it looked like the new freshman and sophomore talent could already ski and that Proctor, for once, would not have to teach them the basics of the snowplow turn. With this great added advantage, a young but enthusiastic team managed to end up third in the Lakes Region and twelfth in the Eastern Prep School Championships; the same as last year. Taking a projected look at the future, I would say that the chances for m u c h greater success are very good. With a year of competition behind them, the underclassmen should give the teams in the Lakes Region a run for their money.

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N e w Hampton Phillips Andover & St. Paul's Kimball Union Brewster Laconia Phillips Andover & St. Paul's Holderness, N e w Hampton & Tilton Vermont Academy Kimball Union Eastern Prep School Championships Lakes Region Championship

P.A. Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost 3rd Lost Lost 12th 3rd


JUNIOR VARSITY SKI TEAM

First row, left to right: P. Goldstein,T. McKay, S. Shapiro, J. Reed, M. Baum, N. Trimble, C. Kennett. Second row: T. Hall, J. Simonds, R. Briggs, Mgr., M. Helmboldt, R. H. McClintic, R. T. McClintic, Capt., R. Clore, Mgr., E. Smith, Mgr.,' Mr. Jackson.

Despite what might be termed as a losing season, the J.V. Ski team showed great prospects for next year with a majority of the members being from the freshman and sophomore classes. The captain, R o n McClintic could always be depended upon to turn out a performance from which his teammates could acquire the inspiration that the team needed. Another contribution to the team was a switch-over from ski school to the ski team which occurred in the middle of the season. F r o m this switch came Bob McClintic and three sophomores: T o m M c K a y , Neill Trimble and Dick Griffin. O f course, the coaching of the team, received from Mr. Spencer Jackson, was greatly appreciated. Mr. Jackson, in addition to coaching, through his skill in carpentry, erected a 15 meter ski jump on the sight of the old out-dated 20 meter jump. This offered a valuable opportunity for the skiers to experience ski jumping for their first time. With the experience that we received this year, we should have a team-in-the-running next year.

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VARSITY LACROSSE

First row, left to right: D. LeDuc, B. Chase, G. Harper, J. Gary, B. Bartlett, C. Henderson, Co-capt., T. Markley, Co-capt., T. Levering, S. Rulon-Miller, B. Baker, C. Taylor. Second row: Mr. Fowler, D. Roper, C. Lovejoy, R. McClintic, B. Herbert, C. Carlisle, R. Ferguson, C. Watson, J. Rendall, W . Bolton, J. Beeble, Mr. Emeny.

The season started early this year when twenty potential varsity players went d o w n to a small island off Antigua for a two week spring practice. This early training proved to be highly successful, for we w o n our first four games and two scrimmages by wide margins. W e lost the next two games to Holderness and St. Paul's. W e then went on to win the remaining four games. With an 8-2 record, we scored more than ninety goals to our opponents thirty. Even though the first mid-field and defense are all seniors, there is great potential in the underclassmen.

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First row, left to right: S. Rockwell, D. Home, W. Pegler, E. Nord, T. Rudkin, Co-capt., P. Hoagland, Co-capt., R. Metcalf, S. Baker, M. Helmboldt, M. Bedell, A. German. Second row: B. Crawford, P. Rolfe, C. Smith, A. Jandorek, J. Shennan, G. Turner, G. Berry, D. Nichols, D. Armstrong, K. Noble, S. Friedman, P. Kernan, Mr. C. Norris.

The J.V. Lacrosse team had a winning season this year, winning 5 and losing 4 of the 9 games which were played. The first two games were against Lawrence Academy and Holderness. In the Lawrence game, Jerry Shennan made two of the three goals, making it a win for Proctor 3-2. The next game was with Holderness where three goals were scored making it a close 3-2 victory for Proctor. The next four games were lost, but this did not hurt the morale of the team because they came back to win the next three games. The games that were w o n were played against Tilton, Cardigan Mountain and N e w Hampton. The Tilton game was the game that gave the team their confidence, winning it 11-1. The big game was with Cardigan which had defeated Proctor 5-0 previously. The game turned out to be a big victory for Proctor, winning it 7-1 with goals scored by Peter Rolfe and K i m Noble. The N e w Hampton game was w o n 11-3 with the help of Chris Smith and Augie Jandorek. This last game brought the Lakes Region trophy for J.V. Lacrosse to Proctor's Junior Varsity team. 63

P.A. Lawrence Holderness Kimball Union Sterling Cardigan Kimball Union Tilton Cardigan N e w Hampton

4 3 3 1 0 2 11 6 9

OPP.

3 2 4 5 6 3 1 1 3


RESERVE LACROSSE

First row, left to right: R. Leland, C. Podgers, S. Marsters, Co-capt., H. Rue, D. Smith, Co-capt., E. Nystedt, A. Langdon, N. Trimble, R. Donelson. Second row: P. Davis, R. Underwood, B. Scott, T. Tripp, W. Dow, R. Mirick, J. Welsh, R. Lucas, M. Baum, T. Hirsch, J. Randall.

Proctor Lacrosse scored another first this year when the first Reserve Lacrosse Team was initiated. Coached by ex-lacrosse players Jon Randall and Peter Davis, and led by Co-Captains Dave Smith and Sandy Marsters, the team managed to bring off a winning season. The first game against Holderness was close and played hard, but the Reserves managed to take them 2-1. The second game was not quite as good, as K U A came to Proctor and drove the Reserves into the ground in an 8-0 loss. The Reserves fought back at the next game and, bearing in mind what J.V. Coach Norris said, w e beat Cardigan 5-3. Next the team took off for K U A and, recalling the wrath w e had for them, we shortened the gap, but were still defeated 3-1. The final game was Cardigan at home, and knowing we would have a practice the next day had we lost, Proctor outplayed them 2-0, thus wrapping up a winning season with an almost commendable 3-2 record.

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Holderness Kimball Union Cardigan Mt. Kimball Union Cardigan Mt.

P.A.

OPP.

2 0 5 1 2

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VARSITY BASEBALL

First row, left to right: Mr. Bellefeuille, R. McClintic, J. Drakos, J. Ewing, Capt., A. Chadwick, J. Kalathakis, Mr. Morinelli. Second row: E. Smith, Mgr., B. Fairless, J. Can, F. Neer, S. Young, J. Red, R. Wallace, D. Babbitt, J. Carleton, J. Sherman.

The 1968 Varsity Baseball Team, with a 5-5 win-loss record, was the best team in sixteen years even though it was plagued by erratic fielding, skimpy hitting and some very untimely injuries throughout the season. The team, as individuals, was one of the most solid in the league, almost knocking off some of the more established teams. The high point of the season came against Brewster. After making 6 errors in the previous game, the team settled d o w n behind the no hit pitching of Dick Wallace and gave him an almost perfect game; not allowing anyone of the first 20 batters to reach base. The 21st batter, the potential last out, walked, Dick lost his perfect game. The next batter grounded out, giving Dick and the entire team one of the most exciting moments in baseball. The 1968 Varsity Baseball T e a m was a good one and shall be remembered at Proctor not only as the best but as one of the most colorful.

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Lawrence Holderness Tilton-Northfield Holderness N e w Hampton Berwick Tilton Brewster La Salette Brewster

P.A.

OPP.

3 6 2 5 0 3 0 3 6 4

1 1 3 0 12 12 5 0 0 7


JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL

First row, left to right: J. Butler, J. Reed, R. Love, Capt., J. Coolidge, G. Wright, Mr. T. Norris. Second row: S. Huegel, T. Ryan, P. Johnson, T. McKay, R. Klaus.

RESERVE BASEBALL

First row, left to right: R. Wind, P. Brooks, D. Millar, A. Vervan, Mr. T. Norris. Second row: J. Butler, S. Huegel, D. Barnes, D. Proctor, B. Beale, G. Hoffer, J. Coolidge.

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Left to right: Mr. Burke, J. Infanti, F. Porter, C. Olson, R. Cutler, C. White, J. Holliday, Capt.

The Varsity Tennis team had it's first losing season in many years. But, it was one in which the members of the team had a very enjoyable time. Mr. Burke had a very frustrating season, but I think the team learned a lot from him and he learned a lot from the team. The team record was 5-7 because Proctor came across some very experienced players. W e had lost the first six players from the old team with only two lettermen returning and these had played numbers seven and eight. The jump from number seven m a n to number one is a good deal to ask of anyone. A new comer joined the varsity squad this year and added a great deal to the team. Chris Olson, only a sophomore, should be a strong competitor so he will be the guy at the top for the next few years. Fritz Porter played the number three position, and played well. Dick Cutler handled the fourth position with ease. His game improved greatly and Mr. Burke stated that if there was a prize for the most improved player, Dick would have w o n it. Chris White played the number five position and had a very inconsistent season. Number six on the team was Jim Infanti. He probably threatened to quit tennis more than

any other player, yet he had the best record of anyone. The team owed a lot to the coach, Mr. Burke. He had something that everyone on the team lacked, and that was patience. He did everything in his power to shape the team into a strong one. He has more to work with next season and with his coaching and Chris White as captain, I a m sure it will be successful.

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First row, left to right: S. Frates, G. Beckstrom, K. Gatehouse, J. Hoyt, S. Shapiro, Capt., J. Coakley, H. Marks. Second row: C. Jackson, E. Oakes, P. Carney, B. Finley, T. Hall, J. Baldwin, J. Fccke, Mr. Jackson.

RESERVE TENNIS

Left to right: Mr. Burleigh, R. Newton, D. Christofi, W. Riley, C. Flammer, F. Warburton, R. Walker, J. Haas, H. Davis, E. Conway, R. Quillman, J. Keller.

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SAILING

First row, left to right: C. Howard, R. Clore, B. Tate, Commodore, A. Cote, G. Kaknes, J. Fallow, R. Geyer. Second row: B. Davis, F. Gibney, A. McLean, G. Brengle, W. Stetson, C. Materne, H. Hart, A. Duncan, R. Griffin, J. Seaver, D. Paddock.

This year's Varsity and J.V. Sailing teams had an excellent season with a varsity record of 3 wins, one loss and a J.V. record of 1 win and 1 loss. The team started their practice racing on Highland Lake the day the ice went out, and Bill Davis started off quite early trying to break the record for the number of capsizings. After a week of sailing, Tate, Materne, Davis and Hart became the Varsity and McLean, Seaver, Brengle, Cote and Gibney became the J.V.'s. While the weather hovered in the thirties, the Varsity traveled to their first meet and their only defeat against Tabor. Losing by 2-0, they resolved to come back on Parents' Weekend when they handed Dublin a 3-1 defeat. Then the Varsity took on Cardigan Mt. and handed them a 2-0 defeat. The final meet of the year for the Varsity was a 2-0 defeat for Andover. While the Varsity was coming through their season the J.V.'s split theirs with a win over Cardigan Mt. and a defeat to Williston. The weekend before exams was the scene of the M.I.T. Regatta on the Charles in which a D S Q all but ruined Proctor's hopes for the M.I.T. bowl. But under the able guidance of Mr. Knox, the team worked hard and had a lot of fun. The racing d o w n on Highland Lake was characterized by a lot of spirit and a lot of good sailing, which proved to be a winning combination.

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P.A.

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GOLF

First row, left to right: Mr. Liman, B. Finley, S. Jones, M. Holmes, P. Smith, T. Chase, C. Taplin, Mr. Maguire.

This year's Varsity Golf team had only two returning lettermen which made it difficult to build a strong team. With the able coaching of Mr. John Maguire and Mr. Claude Liman we were able to learn a great deal. This season should be considered as a good building year for next year's team which will be comprised of three returning lettermen: Steve Jones, Bill Finley and Taft Chase. Unfortunately, w e will be losing three competent seniors: Park Smith, Mark Holmes and Captain Courtenay Taplin. They have each been an asset to the team and will be missed. The basic advantage we had this year was our chance to get out on the course two weeks earlier than any other year. This made it possible for us to play at least nine holes almost every afternoon. Again, we would like to thank Coach Maguire and Mr. Lim a n for all of their instruction and assistance.

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First row: C. Howard, M. Baum, A. Cote, E. Smith, T. Hirsch, B. Baker, G. Hoffer, A. Chadwick. Second row: R. Metcalf, W. Bolton, Group Leader; Mr. J. O'Connor, T. Markley, House Leader; J. Ewing, Group Leader; P. Davis, Group Leader. Third row: J. Fecke, B. Crawford, A. German, R. Underwood, D. Babbitt, C. Watson, T. Busby, W. Litchfield, A. Bawden, D. Armstrong,C. Taylor, C. Smith, W. Riley, B. Scott. Rear row: W. Dow, W. Davis, H. Burton, T. Chase, C. Olson, J. Shepard, F. Warburton, C. Carlisle, H. Marks.

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First row: R. Welles, J. Bird, Group Leader; C. Morris, Group Leader; Mr. Liman, Mrs. Liman, W . Tate, House Leader; J. Carleton, K. Gatehouse, F. Tripp, B. Beale. Rear row: P. Carney, R. Wind, J. Simonds, F. Gibney, R. Newton, B. Fairless, G. Turner, G. Beckstrom, J. Haas, R. Griffin, W. Finley, D. Barnes, D. Ehl, G. Kaknes, M. Helmboldt, R. McClintic, R. Geyer, R. Lucas, H. Rue.

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:, Front row: H. Hart, Group Leader; Mr. Jackson, J. Rendall, Group Leader; B. Herbert, Group Leader. Second row: C. Flammer, S. Frates, K. Conway, D. Roper, D. Nichols, J. Seaver, M. Choremi, R. Materne, R. Love, W. Morss. Rear row: K. Noble, R. Beeble, M. Bedell, C. White, C. Bennett, S. Powell, T. Canfield, E. Shannon, R. Quillman, R. Cutler.

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CARR HOUSE

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First row: J. Gary, House Leader; Mrs. C. Norris, Mr. C. Norris, E. Levering, Group Leader. Second row: R. Donelson, P. Rolfe, R. McClintic, J. Welsh, N. Trimble, S. Baker. Rear row: J. Carr, T. McKay, P. Goldstein, J. Sherman.

MAC KENZIE HOUSE

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First row: G. Reed, M. Holmes, Group Leader; Mrs. Emeny, Mr. Emeny, S. Young, House Leader; R. Meier. Second rov S. Huegel, D. Smith. Rear row: T. Ryan, J. Shennan, W. Stetson, J. Van Siclen, T. Rudkin.

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Seated: Mr. Armstrong, D. Biddle, House Leader. Standing, second row: R. Richards, J. Red, Group Leader; G. Berry. Third row: J. Coolidge, D. Schrepel, R. Briggs, R. Clore, A. McLean.

GULICK HOUSE

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Seated: P. Hoagland, Group Leader; Mrs. Bellefeuille, Mr. Bellefeuille, Christina. Standing: G. Harper, R. Walker, H. Davis, D. Christofi, J. Keller, C. Podgers.

FARNUM HOUSE

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Seated: E. Oakes, T. Hall, C. Jackson, Group Leader. Standing: B. Chase, Mrs. T. Norris, Mr. T. Norris, P. Johnson.

CARRIAGE HOUSE

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Seated: E. Marsh, C. Lovejoy. Standing: S. Rulon-Miller, Mrs. Denberg, P. Kernan, Group Leader.

DENBERG HOUSE

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STUDENT COUNCIL

Seated: R. Ferguson, J. Drakos, Dr. Farrell, T. Markley, W. Tate. Standing: G. Brengle, J. Gary, J. Carr, S. Young, F. Porter, E. Levering, D. Biddle, J. Kaufman, W . Litchfield.

DORMITORY CABINET

Seated: Dr. Farrell, G. Brengle, J. Drakos, R. Ferguson. Standing: W . Tate, C. Jackson, J. Gary, P. Hoagland, S. Young, D. Biddle, J. P. Smith, T. Markley.

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Seated: J. Shepard, J. Carr, J. Randal], Mr. Sherman. Standing: T. Hall, G. Turner, G. Fuller, T. Marsh, T. Rudkin, S. Frates, R. Meier, J. Seaver, A. Marsters, J. Holliday, R. Beeble.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE

Seated: J. Gary, Mrs. Farrell. Standing: R. Ferguson, F. Porter, W . Litchfield.

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GREEN KEY

Seated: F. Neer, Mr. Sherman, G. Brengle. Standing: D. Biddle, J. Bird.

HONOR SOCIETY

Seated: W . Tate, J. Drakos, T. Markley. Standing: Dr. Farrell, R. Meier, B. Chase, Mr. Stultz.

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HANDBOOK COMMITTEE

Left to right: W. Litchfield, J. Carr, J. Drakos, T. Markley, Mr. Sherman.

CALDRON

Left to right: Mr. Burke, J. Kaufman, M. Malmros.

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GREEN LANTERN

Seated: Mr. O'Connor, F. Porter, C. Taplin. Standing: B. Bolton, J. Bird.

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB

Seated: A. McLean, J. Bird, Mr. Burleigh, T. Markley, D. VanPelt. Standing: R. Clore, B. Beale, M. Choremi, M. Baum, E. Smith, R. Geyer, D. Moulton, R. Mirick, F. Neer, J. Coakley, A. Langdon, M. Helmboldt, C. Backus.

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AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB

Seated: E. Smith, R. Richards, R. Clore, J. Coolidge, Mr. Randall, S. Friedman, A. McLean, C. Howard. Standing: J. Butler, J. Keller, H. Davis, R. Briggs, V. Lane, J. Bird, J. Seaver, R. Wind, D. Moulton, G. Hoffer, D. Schrepel.

ASTRONOMY CLUB

Kneeling: K. Conway, T. Hall, C. Lovejoy, A. Chase, A. McLean. Standing: D. Kendall, A. Langdon, J. Randall, C. Jackson, Mr. Randall, E. Smith, R. Beeble, P. Johnson. Third row: P. Davis, E. Oakes, T. Marsh, C. Flammer, D. Moulton, J. Shepard, R. Mirick.

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Left to right: J. Randall, J. P. Smith, W . Tate, F. Porter, J. Shepard, C. Bennett, T. Markley, C. Morris, J. Bird, D. Biddle.

PROCTOR CHEST

Seated: Mrs. Farrell, B. Herbert. Standing: Mr. Armstrong, E. Levering, Mr. Bellefeuille

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ATHLETIC COUNCIL

Seated: G. Harper, W . Litchfield, C. White. Standing: Mr. Morinelli, Mr. Fowler, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Wright, J. Carr, S. Young, E. Levering.

ATHLETIC HOSTS

Seated: D. Schrepel, Mrs. Sherman, T. Marsh, R. Materne. Standing: B. Chase, E. Smith, C. Morris, J. VanSiclen, W . D o w , R. Meier, R. Briggs, M. Helmboldt.

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DEBATING CLUB

Seated: B. Bartlett, J. RendaU, S. Young, J. Holliday, W. Tate, J. P. Smith, R. Meier, T. Hall, C. Flammer. Standing: Mr. Burke, P. Davis, B. Chase, J. Baldwin, J. Coakley, R. Love, H. Marks, F. Neer, C. Bennett, J. Seaver, R. Underwood, R. Geyer, M. Choremi, G. Harper, T. Hirsch, D. Van Pelt.

PROCTOR PLAYERS

Seated: Mrs. Wright, J. Holliday, G. Brengle, J. Carleton, R. Wallace, J. P. Smith, R. Meier, C. Bennett, G. Fuller. Standing: T. Hirsch, A. McLean, M. Choremi, J. Baldwin, J. Seaver, J. Hoyt, D. Biddle, D. Moulton, C. Morris, R. Welles, R. Clore, E. Smith.

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Seated: W. Tate, T. Hirsch, G. Harper, S. Young, Mr. C. Norris, J. Coakley. Standing: R. Meier, T. Marsh, S. Powell, P. Davis, J. VanSiclen.

GLEE CLUB

Seated: J. Randall, R. Love, P. Brooks, Mr. Morinelli, K. Conway, R. Beeble, E. Smith. Standing: F. Neer, J. Shepard, J. Rendall, T. Marsh, S. Young, J. P. Smith, W . Davis, B. Beale, C. Morris.

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PATRONS Mr. Nathan A. Baker Mr. & Mrs. William H. Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Garvin Bawden Dr. & Mrs. S. James Baum Mr. & Mrs. John R. Bird Mr. & Mrs. Laurence J. Brengle Mr. Anthony R. Briggs Mr. & Mrs. J. Otis Carney Mrs. John Chadwick Mr. & Mrs. Francis F. Chase, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William R. Clore Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Crawford Mr. H. Thomas Davis Mr. William N. Donelson Mr. A. John Fecke, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Stanford, J. Friedman Mr. Albert L. Gibney Mr. & Mrs. Amory Goddard Mr. Ward J.Haas Mr. & Mrs. Charles Howard, Jr.

Mr. L. James Huegel Mr. & Mrs. B. W. Kendall Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Kernan Mr. H. A. LeDuc Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Love Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Marsters Mr. & Mrs. David Morss Mr. & Mrs. N. Frank Neer, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Eric T. Nord Mr. Robert F. Powell Mr. S. B. Rockwell, Jr. Mr. Howard S. Rue Mr. J. G. Shennan Mr. & Mrs. Philip H. Seaver Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Tharler Mr. & Mrs. John W. Van Siclen Mr. C. B. Watson, Jr. Mr. John L. Welch, Jr. Mr. Rogers G. Welles Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W. White

SILVER PATRONS Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Bartlett, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William B. Canfield, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Christofi Mr. & Mrs. Arthur V. Cote Mr. James V. Davis Mr. Blaine F. Fairless Mr. & Mrs. John S. Fallow Mrs. B. D. Finley Mr. H. Flammer Mr. Robert T. Hall Mr. Raymond A. Helmboldt Mr. & Mrs. John H. Holliday

Mr. & Mrs. Mario Infanti Mr. & Mrs. R. R. Lucas Mr. & Mrs. Alf Malmros Mr. & Mrs. Howard F. Marks Mr. Henry D. Mirick Mr. & Mrs. Frederick L. Porter Mr. William L. Rudkin Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Rulon-Miller Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm G. Smith Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Trimble Mr. & Mrs. Ralph R. Walker

GOLD PATRONS Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Barnes Mr. & Mrs. Albert Bedell Dr. & Mrs. John Beeble Mr. George A. Berry, III Mr. David C. Burton Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Carr Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Coakley Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Frates Dr. & Mrs. John E. Gary Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow G. Gatehouse Dr. William J. German Mr. & Mrs. Elton Hoyt, III Mr. & Mrs. Steve Kalathakis & Family

Mr. Maurice V. Lane Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Edwin W. Levering, III Mr. & Mrs. William Materne Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. McClintic Mr. & Mrs. Fulton D. Oakes Mr. Burwell B. Smith The Swedish Crucible Steel Co. Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin H. Taplin Tate Industries Mr. & Mrs. George L. Turner Mr. Richard B. Wallace Wonderland Travel Service

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FACULTY POLL MOST RESPECTED Mr. Wilson Mr. Wright Mr. Fowler ROCK Mr. Liman Mr. Fowler Mr. Bellefeuille NICKNAME Bozo Pebbles Froggie BROADMINDED Mr. Burke Mr. Jackson Mr. Morinelli FAVORITE IN CLASS Mr. Wright Mr. Burke

Mrs. T. Norris FA VORITE OUT OF CLASS Mrs. Wright Mr. Morinelli Mrs. Fowler TERROR Mr. Fowler Mr. Cooper Mr. T. Norris INTELLIGENT Mrs. Wright Mr. Klein Mr. Burke DRAMA TIC Mrs. Wright Mr. Wright Mr. Stultz TEST HAPPY Mr. Wright

Mr. Randall Mr. Fowler FRIENDL Y Mr. C. Norris Mr. Wilson "007" Mr. Sherman Mr. Emeny INSPIRING Mr. Wright Mr. Stultz Mrs. T. Norris COMEDIAN Mr. Wright Mr. Stultz VERSA TILE Mr. Bellefeuille Mr. T. Norris Mr. Wright

HARDEST MARKER Mr. Wright Mr. Burke EASIEST MARKER Mr. Klein Mr. Fowler Mr. Jackson WIT Mr. Wright Mr. Randall Mr. Burke CASUAL Mr. Burleigh Mr. Emeny Mr. Fowler LENIENT Mr. Klein Mr. Emeny Mr. Morinelli

SENIOR POLL MOST RESPECTED Drakos Ferguson Taplin DONE MOST FOR PROCTOR Carr Hall Morris DONE PROCTOR FOR MOST Carr Infanti Morris FACULTY MAGNET Carr Chase Taplin POLITICO Morss Meier Bennett MISSING LINK Jackson, C. Meier Dickson, T o m MISSING A LINK Choremi Fuller Shannon MOST LIKEL Y TO SUCCEED Taplin Drakos Bennett MOST LIKEL Y TO RECEDE Biddle Shepard

Morss ATHLETE Gary Henderson Carr JET SET Taplin Baldwin Choremi BMOC Shepard Rendall Young HICK Bartlett Holmes Meier GULLIBLE Choremi Holliday Seaver STUBBLE TROUBLE Wallace Ferguson Bartlett WIT Morris Taplin Holliday HAS BEST GIRL Gary Warburton Taplin THINKS HE HAS Young

Bartlett Carleton BROADMINDED Bennett Tate Beeble BROAD-MINDED Young Shepard Flammer NICKNAMES Rubber G.N's. Gorilla Belly Bean BEAST Shannon Young Tate GRIND Chase Tate Fuller MOVER Wallace Chase Biddle BACHELOR FA THER Shannon Chase Warburton HOLIER THAN THOU Brengle Litchfield Tate SOPHISTICA TED 103

Taplin Brengle Rendall ENIGMA Fuller Choremi Biddle INTELLECTUAL Smith, J.P. Bennett Tate GOD S GIFT TO WOMEN Conway Young Choremi EXPRESSION What's goin' on? You've got a case! Duh! WHY I CAME TO PROCTOR To get away from it all. Didn't know better. N o other place would accept me. WHY ISTA YED A T PROCTOR I couldn't get out Didn't know better I got lost WEEKEND DESTINA TION Bennett's House N e w York City Suzy's House FAVORITE ACTRESS Mrs. Wright Mrs. Griffin J. P. Smith


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1968 Green Latern  

Proctor Academy’s 1968 yearbook in digital form.

1968 Green Latern  

Proctor Academy’s 1968 yearbook in digital form.