Keene State Kronicle, 1971

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Keene State Kronicle, 1971

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Keene State Kronicle, 1971

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Keene, New Hampshire

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Keene State College

Date

1971

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KEENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
KEEHE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Kronicle
The annual publication
of the students
of
Keene State College, 1971.

"What use is a book," said Alice, "without pictures?"

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JANUARY FIRST, 1970

HAIKU: AMERICANA '71

Welcomed to the warmth of your New England fireside

Omnipresent cold

we sat together,

Rattles hearts like chips of ice

here at year's end.

Within frozen gourds

Silenced by thoughts not spoken
I talked instead of sincerity, and sentiment.

Flaming arrows

And you,

Trisect a bleak ice-packed sky . . .

your vision in the reddened glow

Hailstones peck tin roofs

softened
Saki served me cold . . .

like some classically imagined guardian
of those fiery gates

And lacquered chop sticks

to another world.

Cradled words not food

I loved you for a moment then,
Love is translucent . . .

your gold, and green,

Gift-giving drowns tenderness

I loved you with a poet's coward love

In colored waters

untold but for labored lines on hidden pages.

Froglets trill and trill . . .

To be beautiful is to labor,

Heron's in a reedy pond

Yeats has said,

Audit a thrown stone

as a poet labors:
and in that moment that I loved

Dung in stinking mud . . .

in that moment of fire, green and gold

Rice-paddy waters welcome

in that moment of beauty

Hands and finger-tips

and sincerity
I knew that I was not a poet

A glistening sun

and that you were beautiful

Sparkles on prostrate rice fields . . .

as outside

Men beacon the land

and hidden
— Zissi S. Kazanas

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on the flesh-cold

RUBBER DUCKIES

winter grounds.
are soft and round

— Joseph Citro

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when you squeeze them
and please them
while swimming in the bath
they make you laugh
and forget your troubles
midst all the soap bubbles
— Kern Claflin
perpetrator of many
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I would like to step down as chairman of the Student Senate but first I would like to get some
things off my chest. At this point in the game I do not feel bad about leaving the Senate. It is my
feeling that we have done as much as possible for the students with this form of government, but
it has proven cumbersome and useless at this point. So we must re-evaluate our powers and the
real influence as a body, we have on the legislative power on this campus, the College Senate.
I strongly urge this body to adopt the concept and legislation to establish a unicameral gov­
ernment. There are only four more Student Senate meetings left in the year and not much has
been done on this extremely vital action of the students.
Much of my time has been wasted by small minded bigots who do not look out for the interests
of all the students but prefer to lick their wounds and plan more legal cases to foul-up the
smooth and efficient operation of the Senate in order to appease their own inadequacies and
failings. These students, it is my belief and knowledge are urged on and advised by two Adminis­
trators who see fit to take sides and play politics even though their Administrative ethics forbid it.
These two are Dr. Aceto, who made a statement about my possible unconstitutional position be­
cause of Kappa's withdrawal from the college to the Keene Evening Sentinel but he did not see
fit to talk to me about my status or advise me as to the possibilities of someone questioning my
position. No! He did not seek to help or advise me, but took sides, leaving me, a student, to fend
for myself. This is our or should I say your Dean of Students, All Students. The other is Doug
Mayer who so diligently prepared his own case against me to present before the Judiciary
Board, a case which was full of holes and misstatements which could have been easily proved if
he had asked me to clarify my position before the last Student Senate Meeting. Thus you can
see these two men, knowing of all the actions which would have taken, did not inform me. And
up to this meeting I have not yet heard the decision of the Board to this date-it is all hearsay.
These are your great ethical Administrators out for the best interest of ALL KSC students. What
a crock of shit that is.
No. I am not sad about leaving. I am relieved because I will no longer have to deal with such
incompetence and biasness.
And I would like to say to all the students that it is about time we got off our asses and saw the
light. There should be no need for a disciplinary law in this school which goes beyond the State
or local laws. Students should come here willingly as citizens and not juveniles who need storm
troopers and special rules to restrict them. Take the answers from the poll taken on campus last
week and make them the real thing at KSC not just a wish. And if the administration refuses to
bend or give up their job or power, then ignore them. Do what Kappa did, just do what you want
to do as individuals or have within the laws of the local, state and national government. If you
want women in your room just get together and if the majority of students bring women into their
rooms, what can the administration do but give your natural rights. This is the way to avoid the
two-faceness; and diddle-shit that has gone on here in the past.
I thank you very much for the wonderful experience of leading you. And I would like to thank
the many of you who have supported and helped me in the year.
I thank you very much and I will turn the chair over to Dave Gagne who I wish all the success
because of my financial situation and lack of trust in some of our advisors.

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Walpole, N.H.
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Jonathan A. Anderson
Keene, N.H.
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Robert Anderson
Keene, N.H.
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Leominster, Mass.
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Salem, N.H,
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Rochester, N.Y.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Gilsum, N.H.
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Jimmie C. Baker
Manchester, N.H.
Secondary History

Scott W. Baldwin
Brattleboro, Vermont
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Evan G. Bandouveres
Dover, N.H.
Industrial Education

Patricia A. Barnard
Manchester, N.H.
Secondary English

John A. Barry
Keene, N.H.
Liberal Arts English

Den Bassingthwaite
Keene, N.H.
Liberal Arts History

Russell J. Beane
Laconia, N.H.
Industrial Education

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North Swanzey, N.H.
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Charlene D. Bemis
Keene, N.H.
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Greenfield, Mass.
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Gail L. Bennett
Bristol, N.H.
Secondary History

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Cambridge, N.Y.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Norwalk, Conn.
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Salem, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Middle Granville, N.Y.
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Keene, N.H.
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Portsmouth, N.H.
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Gardner, Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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Peterboro, N.H.
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Daniel J. Cassidy
Putney, Vt.
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Raymond J. Chabot
Manchester, N.H.
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N. Attleboro, Mass.
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James R. Chivers
Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Beverly, N.J.
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Montrose, N.Y.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Enfield, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Spofford, N.H.
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Alicia M. Decato
Canaan, N.H.
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Bedford. N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
Secondary History

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Manchester, N.H.
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Meriden, N.H.
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Stratford. Conn.
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Keene, N.H.
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Scotch Plains, N.J.
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Keene, N.H.
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Raymond, N.H.
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Newton, Mass.
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Derry, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, Conn.
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Graniteville, Mass.
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Franklin, N.H.
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Barton, Vt.
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Deborah J. Dudar
Peterboro, N.H.
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Brookline, Mass
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Keene, N.H,
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Keene, N.H.
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Peterboro, N.H.
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Cranston, R.I.
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Lisbon, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Meredith, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Troy, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Turners Falls, Mass.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Winchester, Mass.
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Weirs, N.H.
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Derry, N.H.
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Charlestown, N.H.
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Dover, Mass
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Keene, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Milford, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Marlboro, N.H.
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Colrain, Mass.
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Hinsdale, N.H.
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Surry, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Rye, N.H.
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Lunenburg, Mass.
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Wethersfield, Conn.
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Concord, N.H.
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Hudson, N.H.
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Bedford, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Putney, Vt.
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Keene, N.H.
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Dublin, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Marlboro, N.H.
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Bedford, N.H.
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Dover, N.H.
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Oakland, N.J.
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Westmoreland, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Houston, Texas
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Holyoke. Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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White River, Vt.
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Nancy J. Lombardi
Claremont, N.H.
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Patricia A. Luckury
Claremont, N.H.
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Weston, Mass.
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Chugiak, Arkansas
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Storrs, Conn.
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Newport, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Florence, Vt.
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Raymond, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Wilton, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Bronx, N Y.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Peabody, Mass.
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Laconia, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Hebron, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Madison, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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North Hatfield, Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, Conn.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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East Swanzey, N.H.
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Leominster, Mass.
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Munsonville, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Wilbraham, Mass.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Harrisville, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Marlboro, N.H.
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Groveland, Mass.
Secondary History

Edward Stokel Jr.
Portsmouth, N.H.
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Chester, N.H.
Physical Education

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Manchester, N.H.
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Charles E. Stone
Marlboro, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Steven A. Stefanik
Keene, N.H.
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Janis E. Stone
Orange, Mass.
Physical Education

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Keene, N.H.
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Richard C. St. Peter
Burlington, Vt.
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James A. Stratton
Keene, N.H.
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John L. Sullivan
Laconia, N.H.
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Susan S. Strickland
Stoddard, N.H.
Physical Education

Allen J. Swiesz
Manchester, N.H.
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Winifred H. Sullivan
Keene, N.H.
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John R. Tardif
Concord, N.H.
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Paul A. Thibault
Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Linda E. Tracy
Derry, N.H.
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Pamela J. Trombley
Wilbraham, Mass.
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Windham, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Portsmouth, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Chesterfield, N.H.
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Woodstock, Vt.
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Berlin, Mass.
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Laconia, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Norwell, Mass.
Liberal Arts Psychology

Robert W. Lund
Keene, N.H.
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Cathleen M. Wise
Jaffrey Center, N.H.
Secondary English

John A. Ring
Keene, N.H.
Industrial Education

Doris H. Balon
Manchester, N.H.
Elementary

Paulette M. Girard
Montague, Connecticut
Home Economics

Raymond E Rivest
Keene, N.H.
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Joseph A. DeStefano
Keene, N.H.

Linda E. Gallagher
Keene, N.H.
Secondary, English

Gaston P. Normand
Bedford, N.H.
Secondary, Biology

M. Louise Parsons
Bradford, N.H.
Physical Education

Cynthia R. Starclift
Hinsdale, N.H.
Physical Education

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John P. Auger
Clarence Adams
David Aiken
Thomas Alizio
Candace P. Armstrong
Douglas Armstrong
Jerry L. Baker
Margaret M. Barnes
Susan A. Bateman
John L. Becker
Nancy N. Barton
Michael S. Balon
Michele A. Benson
Carol M. Bilodeau
Gary K. Bisson
Gary F. Bober
Steven W. Bodnar
Mary M. Bonnet
Judith A. Bonney
Dennis L. Bowman
Thomas Boyes Jr.
Richard M. Bradley
J. Louis Bramante
Ronald C. Brown
Donald J. Butler
Nancy E. Butterfield
Priscilla F. Canedy
Carol A. Carpenter
David M. Carton
Catherine M. Chase
Scott A. Chase
Edward A. Chouinard
Joseph A. Citro
Claire S. Costin
Paulette M. Cournoyer
Joanne D. Coyne
David W. Crooker
Peter R. Crosby
Catherine E. Croteau
Elizabeth G. Dahl
James R. Davis
Susan G. Degelan
Peter L. Desrochers
Alice M. Doolittle
Richard R. Dumont
Maria R. English
Ronald E. Everleth
Robert P. Feeney
Michael J. Flaherty
Paula K. Flemming
Eileen A. Foss
Neil W. Gallagher
Masha E. Gessner
Mary M. Goodrich
Jean E. Goundrey
David Gustafson
James C. Harris
John F. Hersey
Doris M. Higgins
Sandra L. Hodsdon

Jacqueline G. Howe
Mark B. Jennings
Velma R. Johnston
Richard A. Jordan
Martin J. Kadel
Angela D. Karanikas
Robert F. Keil
Thomas F. Kivela
David A. Ladeau
William A. Lafond
Michael L. Lafortune
Margaret LaFountain
Dana C. Lankhorst
Helen L. Laraba
June S. Lavender

Janice K. Lefebvre
Thomas J. Leonard
Julia C. Livingstone
Kingsley D. Locke
Kenneth F. Loughlin
Paul L. Massicotte
Kevin M. McDougle
David R. Meader
Sharon M. Menegoni
Henry J. Minichiello
Remi R. Morrissette
Martha C. Mortenson
James T. Moul
Frances E. Murphy
Susan C. O'Brien
Thomas A. P. O'Mara
Graham R. Perham
Susan M. Perham
Ruby E. Perrin
Andrew K. Plastiras
Christine A. Plumer
Thomas T. Pond
Carolyn E. Presby
James A. Provost
Dudley Purbeck Jr.
Millicent L. Reade
Barbara J. Richards
Brian A. Richardson
Linda J. Ritchie
Gwendolyn Roe
Christopher C. Roland
Robert H. Ross
Alan D. Rowlson
Daryl Z. Royce
Louis P. Russ
Jeannette P. Ryan
Linda S. Smith
Edward W. Stackpole
Nita J. Stewart
Peter M. Stuhlsatz
Kenneth J. Sutcliffe
Kenneth E Taylor
Mark E. Taylor
Eunice Tenney
David H. Terry
Jane A. Tilton
Robert A. Tisdale
Michael F. Tolman
Ruth Towle
Joanne M. Valavane
Armand E. Vien
Jean D. Vulte
Linda M. Warn
Craig L. Wheeler
Virginia P. Wiggins
Cynthia R. Wilkins
Ann S. Williams
Stanley M. Zankowski
Stephen A. Whipple
John B. Woodbury

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Robert Ransom
B. F. Hebert
Debbi Davis
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Audrey Evans
Linda Forest
Lynn Gillum
Betty Smith
Eileen Viewieger

Byron O'Brien
Jay Crook
Frank Colyn
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HAIKU: AMERICANA '71

Welcomed to the warmth of your New England fireside

Omnipresent cold

we sat together,

Rattles hearts like chips of ice

here at year's end.

Within frozen gourds

Silenced by thoughts not spoken
I talked instead of sincerity, and sentiment.

Flaming arrows

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your vision in the reddened glow

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like some classically imagined guardian
of those fiery gates

And lacquered chop sticks

to another world.

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I loved you for a moment then,
Love is translucent . . .

your gold, and green,

Gift-giving drowns tenderness

I loved you with a poet's coward love

In colored waters

untold but for labored lines on hidden pages.

Froglets trill and trill . . .

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Yeats has said,

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as a poet labors:
and in that moment that I loved

Dung in stinking mud . . .

in that moment of fire, green and gold

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in that moment of beauty

Hands and finger-tips

and sincerity
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A glistening sun

and that you were beautiful

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and hidden
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on the flesh-cold

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winter grounds.
are soft and round

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when you squeeze them
and please them
while swimming in the bath
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and forget your troubles
midst all the soap bubbles
— Kern Claflin
perpetrator of many
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I would like to step down as chairman of the Student Senate but first I would like to get some
things off my chest. At this point in the game I do not feel bad about leaving the Senate. It is my
feeling that we have done as much as possible for the students with this form of government, but
it has proven cumbersome and useless at this point. So we must re-evaluate our powers and the
real influence as a body, we have on the legislative power on this campus, the College Senate.
I strongly urge this body to adopt the concept and legislation to establish a unicameral gov­
ernment. There are only four more Student Senate meetings left in the year and not much has
been done on this extremely vital action of the students.
Much of my time has been wasted by small minded bigots who do not look out for the interests
of all the students but prefer to lick their wounds and plan more legal cases to foul-up the
smooth and efficient operation of the Senate in order to appease their own inadequacies and
failings. These students, it is my belief and knowledge are urged on and advised by two Adminis­
trators who see fit to take sides and play politics even though their Administrative ethics forbid it.
These two are Dr. Aceto, who made a statement about my possible unconstitutional position be­
cause of Kappa's withdrawal from the college to the Keene Evening Sentinel but he did not see
fit to talk to me about my status or advise me as to the possibilities of someone questioning my
position. No! He did not seek to help or advise me, but took sides, leaving me, a student, to fend
for myself. This is our or should I say your Dean of Students, All Students. The other is Doug
Mayer who so diligently prepared his own case against me to present before the Judiciary
Board, a case which was full of holes and misstatements which could have been easily proved if
he had asked me to clarify my position before the last Student Senate Meeting. Thus you can
see these two men, knowing of all the actions which would have taken, did not inform me. And
up to this meeting I have not yet heard the decision of the Board to this date-it is all hearsay.
These are your great ethical Administrators out for the best interest of ALL KSC students. What
a crock of shit that is.
No. I am not sad about leaving. I am relieved because I will no longer have to deal with such
incompetence and biasness.
And I would like to say to all the students that it is about time we got off our asses and saw the
light. There should be no need for a disciplinary law in this school which goes beyond the State
or local laws. Students should come here willingly as citizens and not juveniles who need storm
troopers and special rules to restrict them. Take the answers from the poll taken on campus last
week and make them the real thing at KSC not just a wish. And if the administration refuses to
bend or give up their job or power, then ignore them. Do what Kappa did, just do what you want
to do as individuals or have within the laws of the local, state and national government. If you
want women in your room just get together and if the majority of students bring women into their
rooms, what can the administration do but give your natural rights. This is the way to avoid the
two-faceness; and diddle-shit that has gone on here in the past.
I thank you very much for the wonderful experience of leading you. And I would like to thank
the many of you who have supported and helped me in the year.
I thank you very much and I will turn the chair over to Dave Gagne who I wish all the success
because of my financial situation and lack of trust in some of our advisors.

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Walpole, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Salem, N.H,
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Rochester, N.Y.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Gilsum, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Brattleboro, Vermont
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Dover, N.H.
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Patricia A. Barnard
Manchester, N.H.
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John A. Barry
Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
Liberal Arts History

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Laconia, N.H.
Industrial Education

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North Swanzey, N.H.
Elementary

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Keene, N.H.
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Greenfield, Mass.
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Bristol, N.H.
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Cambridge, N.Y.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Norwalk, Conn.
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Salem, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Middle Granville, N.Y.
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Keene, N.H.
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Portsmouth, N.H.
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Gardner, Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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Peterboro, N.H.
Secondary History

Daniel J. Cassidy
Putney, Vt.
Liberal Arts English

Raymond J. Chabot
Manchester, N.H.
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N. Attleboro, Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Beverly, N.J.
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Montrose, N.Y.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Spofford, N.H.
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Canaan, N.H.
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Bedford. N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Meriden, N.H.
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Stratford. Conn.
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Keene, N.H.
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Scotch Plains, N.J.
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Keene, N.H.
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Raymond, N.H.
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Newton, Mass.
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Derry, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, Conn.
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Graniteville, Mass.
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Franklin, N.H.
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Barton, Vt.
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Peterboro, N.H.
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Brookline, Mass
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Keene, N.H,
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Keene, N.H.
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Jaffrey, N.H.
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Newport, N.H.
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Peterboro, N.H.
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Cranston, R.I.
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Lisbon, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Meredith, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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N. Conway, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Troy, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Turners Falls, Mass.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Winchester, Mass.
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Weirs, N.H.
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Derry, N.H.
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Walpole, N.H.
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Charlestown, N.H.
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Dover, Mass
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Keene, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Milford, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Marlboro, N.H.
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Colrain, Mass.
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Claremont, N H.
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Hinsdale, N.H.
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Surry, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Rye, N.H.
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Lunenburg, Mass.
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Wethersfield, Conn.
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Concord, N.H.
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Hudson, N.H.
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Bedford, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Putney, Vt.
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Keene, N.H.
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Dublin, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Marlboro, N.H.
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Bedford, N.H.
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Dover, N.H.
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Oakland, N.J.
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Westmoreland, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Nashua, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Houston, Texas
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Holyoke. Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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White River, Vt.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Weston, Mass.
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Chugiak, Arkansas
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Storrs, Conn.
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Newport, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Florence, Vt.
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Raymond, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Wilton, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Joan C. Pickering
Keene, N.H.
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Madison, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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North Hatfield, Mass.
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Keene, N.H.
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Salem, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, Conn.
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Keene, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
Physical Education

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East Swanzey, N.H.
Liberal Arts English

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Leominster, Mass.
Elementary

Edward R. Schillemat
Munsonville, N.H.
Secondary Science

Robert J. Scott
Nashua, N.H.
Liberal Arts History

Roberta L. Scougall
Wilbraham, Mass.
Music Education

Maureen E. Sheehan
Manchester, N.H.
Elementary

Edward J. Silk
Harrisville, N.H.
Liberal Arts Math

George C. Skilogianis
Manchester, N.H.
Liberal Arts History

Jacob F. Skinner
Marlboro, N.H.
Liberal Arts History

Gail H. Stanley
Groveland, Mass.
Secondary History

Edward Stokel Jr.
Portsmouth, N.H.
Liberal Arts Math

Christine G. Smith
Chester, N.H.
Physical Education

John F. Stefanik
Manchester, N.H.
Secondary Math

Charles E. Stone
Marlboro, N.H.
Liberal Arts English

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Keene, N.H.
Secondary Foreign Languages

Steven A. Stefanik
Keene, N.H.
Liberal Arts History

Janis E. Stone
Orange, Mass.
Physical Education

Stephanie M. Stone
Keene, N.H.
Secondary English

Richard C. St. Peter
Burlington, Vt.
Industrial Education

James A. Stratton
Keene, N.H.
Secondary Foreign Languages

John L. Sullivan
Laconia, N.H.
Secondary Math

Susan S. Strickland
Stoddard, N.H.
Physical Education

Allen J. Swiesz
Manchester, N.H.
Industrial Education

Winifred H. Sullivan
Keene, N.H.
Liberal Arts English

John R. Tardif
Concord, N.H.
Secondary Foreign Languages

Paul A. Thibault
Keene, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
Secondary English

Linda E. Tracy
Derry, N.H.
Elementary

Pamela J. Trombley
Wilbraham, Mass.
Elementary

Arnold R. Tucker III
Windham, N.H.
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Mark A. Tullgren
Keene, N.H.
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Claremont, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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Manchester, N.H.
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James Vinciguerra
Portsmouth, N.H.
Liberal Arts Math

Linda D. Waldron
Manchester, N.H.
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John M. Vanwormer
Chesterfield, N.H.
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Dublin, N.H.
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East Sullivan, N.H.
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Woodstock, Vt.
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Berlin, Mass.
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Laconia, N.H.
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Keene, N.H.
Industrial Education

Denyce Williams
Norwell, Mass.
Liberal Arts Psychology

Robert W. Lund
Keene, N.H.
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Cathleen M. Wise
Jaffrey Center, N.H.
Secondary English

John A. Ring
Keene, N.H.
Industrial Education

Doris H. Balon
Manchester, N.H.
Elementary

Paulette M. Girard
Montague, Connecticut
Home Economics

Raymond E Rivest
Keene, N.H.
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Joseph A. DeStefano
Keene, N.H.

Linda E. Gallagher
Keene, N.H.
Secondary, English

Gaston P. Normand
Bedford, N.H.
Secondary, Biology

M. Louise Parsons
Bradford, N.H.
Physical Education

Cynthia R. Starclift
Hinsdale, N.H.
Physical Education

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John P. Auger
Clarence Adams
David Aiken
Thomas Alizio
Candace P. Armstrong
Douglas Armstrong
Jerry L. Baker
Margaret M. Barnes
Susan A. Bateman
John L. Becker
Nancy N. Barton
Michael S. Balon
Michele A. Benson
Carol M. Bilodeau
Gary K. Bisson
Gary F. Bober
Steven W. Bodnar
Mary M. Bonnet
Judith A. Bonney
Dennis L. Bowman
Thomas Boyes Jr.
Richard M. Bradley
J. Louis Bramante
Ronald C. Brown
Donald J. Butler
Nancy E. Butterfield
Priscilla F. Canedy
Carol A. Carpenter
David M. Carton
Catherine M. Chase
Scott A. Chase
Edward A. Chouinard
Joseph A. Citro
Claire S. Costin
Paulette M. Cournoyer
Joanne D. Coyne
David W. Crooker
Peter R. Crosby
Catherine E. Croteau
Elizabeth G. Dahl
James R. Davis
Susan G. Degelan
Peter L. Desrochers
Alice M. Doolittle
Richard R. Dumont
Maria R. English
Ronald E. Everleth
Robert P. Feeney
Michael J. Flaherty
Paula K. Flemming
Eileen A. Foss
Neil W. Gallagher
Masha E. Gessner
Mary M. Goodrich
Jean E. Goundrey
David Gustafson
James C. Harris
John F. Hersey
Doris M. Higgins
Sandra L. Hodsdon

Jacqueline G. Howe
Mark B. Jennings
Velma R. Johnston
Richard A. Jordan
Martin J. Kadel
Angela D. Karanikas
Robert F. Keil
Thomas F. Kivela
David A. Ladeau
William A. Lafond
Michael L. Lafortune
Margaret LaFountain
Dana C. Lankhorst
Helen L. Laraba
June S. Lavender

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Thomas J. Leonard
Julia C. Livingstone
Kingsley D. Locke
Kenneth F. Loughlin
Paul L. Massicotte
Kevin M. McDougle
David R. Meader
Sharon M. Menegoni
Henry J. Minichiello
Remi R. Morrissette
Martha C. Mortenson
James T. Moul
Frances E. Murphy
Susan C. O'Brien
Thomas A. P. O'Mara
Graham R. Perham
Susan M. Perham
Ruby E. Perrin
Andrew K. Plastiras
Christine A. Plumer
Thomas T. Pond
Carolyn E. Presby
James A. Provost
Dudley Purbeck Jr.
Millicent L. Reade
Barbara J. Richards
Brian A. Richardson
Linda J. Ritchie
Gwendolyn Roe
Christopher C. Roland
Robert H. Ross
Alan D. Rowlson
Daryl Z. Royce
Louis P. Russ
Jeannette P. Ryan
Linda S. Smith
Edward W. Stackpole
Nita J. Stewart
Peter M. Stuhlsatz
Kenneth J. Sutcliffe
Kenneth E Taylor
Mark E. Taylor
Eunice Tenney
David H. Terry
Jane A. Tilton
Robert A. Tisdale
Michael F. Tolman
Ruth Towle
Joanne M. Valavane
Armand E. Vien
Jean D. Vulte
Linda M. Warn
Craig L. Wheeler
Virginia P. Wiggins
Cynthia R. Wilkins
Ann S. Williams
Stanley M. Zankowski
Stephen A. Whipple
John B. Woodbury

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Editor
Design and Layout
Photographer
Seniors
Artwork

Gordi Davis
Robert Ransom
B. F. Hebert
Debbi Davis
Philip Soares

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Section Editors
Judy Carlson
Frank Butterworth
Audrey Evans
Linda Forest
Lynn Gillum
Betty Smith
Eileen Viewieger

Byron O'Brien
Jay Crook
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