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Neirad for January 1970 number 15

  • Mr. C. R. Hayes Dies; Had Taught in DHS Since 1953
  • 55 Seniors to Pursue Independent Study by Jill Meisenheider
  • Agnew- Liability to the President by Craig Mason
  • Young Life Reaches Many Students’ by Nick Ney
  • Hot in the Lot; Molgano's '67 GTO by Drew Papsun
  • Hockey Team Still Struggling by J.A. Vitti
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Neirad for April 1970

  • "Around the World in 90 Minutes" by Jill Meisenhelder
  • Earth Day Activities Begin This Week by Dana Fiske
  • Student Death Saddens DHS; John R. Mannka
  • "Arsenic and Old Lace" Brings Many Laughs by Beth Ann Kennedy
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Neirad for October 1970

  • Dr. Bruno Discusses Open Campus by Richard Jewett
  • Whats Happening in the Rest of the World? by Richard Jewett
  • Soccer Team Stunned in Defeats
  • Soph Officers Plan Year
  • International Club Sponsors Assembly by Dave Hable
  • Art Expert to Visit DHS by Kevin Corrigan
  • 20,000 Gather in Washington to Urge Peace Thru Victory
Neirad for 1970Abstentions.pdf

Neirad for 1970 Abstentions

  • Poems and short stories
  • Editors: Bill Hamlin and Tom Moore
  • Staff: Gerry Dolan, Dave Miller, Ross Rhodes, and Sara Ungemack
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1970 Underground Magazine

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The Neirad for February 1970

Neirad for February 1970 Volume LXIX Number 16

  • Wide Variety Of I.S. Projects By Jill Meisenhelder
  • Welfare Drive Begins;Indian Speaks Nelson, Bates Return From Semester Absence By Dana Fiske
  • Art Students Visit Met By Dana Fiske
  • Canteen Dance By Mark Rodman
  • Debate Society Alive And Well By Chip Kaminsky
  • Philosophy Club Hears Lecture By Chip Kaminsky
  • Seminar Begins For Sophs Drugs, Sex, Human Relations Discussed By Peter Saverine
THe Neirad for February 1970

Neirad for February 1970 Volume LXIX Number 17

  • The James Gang To Play At D. H. S. By Reuben Jeffery
  • English Department Works On Evaluation And Electives
  • Welfare Week At DHS
  • Students Agree With Dso: Blast Mrs. Hines
  • '52 Plymouth, Agnew Drawing Among Items Auctioned; Proceeds To Aid Indians By Peter Saverine
  • Seniors Learn Of Scholarship Availabilities By Sue Sherman
  • Superintendent Says No to T. V.

Neirad for March 1970 number 18

  • Neirad Focuses on Pollution by Craig Mason
  • Bring the War Home by Nick Wey
  • Student Studies Pollution in Darien by Sue Sherman
  • The Black Panthers a Constructive Organization by Mike Sepe
  • Theatre 308 Will Shine Again by Rick Johnson
  • DHS Shakes Sleepy Hallow 65-31 by George Hill
  • #1 in WIHl by J. A. Vitti

Neirad for May 1970 number 22

  • Sophomore Class Adopts Foster Child by Peter Saverine
  • DSO Elections Begin; Primary Vote Today
  • Darien’s 150th Anniversary
  • Anniversary: May 20-29 by Peter Saverine
  • Pillsbury, Peters Speak for Earth Day by Cindy Schmalzried
  • Work Study Attracts 28 Students by Bob McGoldrick
  • AIFS- Travel Opportunities for Students by Nike Fisher
  • The DSO Report Campus Cop Discussed by Mark Rodman
  • Stamford-Darien Exchange Proposed by Bob Bush
  • Antique Cures Published in Sesquicentennial Booklet by Betsy Ammer
  • Wavers Take Seven by J .A. Vitti
  • Choral Exchange by Kit King
  • Stratford Trip a Success by Jill Meisenhelder
September 11 1970

Neirad for September 11, 1970 number 2

  • A Third Coffeehouse by William Middleton
  • Isle of Wight- 1970 by Nick Ney
  • Dr. Bruno Discusses by Richard Jewett
  • Urban Students Get Summer Chance by Midge Mehlig
  • Grim Harvest by Alan C. Wilson
  • The Garden; Playing the Game by Luke Granfield
  • Hot in the Lot by Steve Vosburg
  • Martino’s Babies Rocking the Cradle by Rob Varney
  • From the Bullpen by J. A. Vitti
September 25 1970

Neirad for September 25, 1970 number 3

  • Jimi Hendrix Dead at 27 by Phil Williams
  • Robbins Sees Open Campus in Future by Peter Saverine
  • The DSO- Change Through “Awareness” by Jill Meisenhelder
  • Testing Your Limits by Nick Ney
  • Looking Around by Jim Gammill
  • Alternatives on the Right by Jonathan Towle
  • Shot in the Lot by Hodie Snitch
  • Students Discover New Way to Get High by Maynard Kirpalani
  • What’s Happening in the Rest of the World by Rueben Jeffery

Neirad for November 10, 1970 number 6

  • Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin; Do We Leave Them No Alternative
  • McKinney Talks to Students
  • Emily Reigns as Homecoming Queen by Peter Sweeney
  • Election Tonight; The Way it Might Have Been
  • Isle of Wight…Long Time Coming by Nick Ney
  • When the Leaders Have No Vision. The People Perish
  • The Year that Wasn’t by Rob Varney
  • Hot in the Lot by Steve Vosburgh
  • Jesus Christ: Superstar by Ross Duncan
  • A Birthday Fit for an Animal by Grant Castle
  • Gridmen Shutout Eagles 27-0 by J. A. Vitti
  • Wave Sweeps Counties and Sectionals by George Hill
  • Junior Girls Zapped by Senior Powerhouse by G. Host

Neirad for December 7, 1970 number 8

  • Member of Communist Party Talks to CSI Classes by Richard Jewett
  • Black Comedy Here in Darien by John Mucci
  • Is Nixon a Communist?? by Jonathan Towle
  • Blue Icemen Victorious by J.A. Vitti
  • Natators Open Season Under New Mentor by Pete Sweeney

Neirad for December 23, 1970 number 9

  • Black Comedy by John Mucci and Nick Ney
  • An Evening with Santa by Kevin Wright
  • DHS NEACSS Accredited by Craig W. Mason
  • Skaters Earn Two More by J. A. Vitti


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Neirad for January 15, 1971

  • Christmas Tree Sale Nets For Scholarships by Peter Sweeney
  • Experimental Week is O.K.'d "The Best is Yet to Come"
  • National Day of Mourning by Craig Mason
  • The History of Rock by Grant Castle
  • Skaters Post 6-1 Record by Javitti
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Neirad for February 10, 1971

  • Faculty Members Discuss EEW by Chip Kaminski
  • Concession Stand Stands No Longer by Nick Ney
  • Judge Snatches Natator Victory by Peter Sweeney
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Neirad for March 8, 1971

  • Alas, the Players Cry...Never To Be Heard by Mark Rodman
  • Love Those Pies by Rob Varney
  • Source Library Holds Pornography Discussion by Liz
  • Independent Study: It's History
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Neirad for March 24, 1971

  • The End of an Era by Peter Fox
  • Hair and the Athletic Program by Dan Franz
  • Citizen Committees Against School by Craig W. Mason
  • Political Extremism by Rob Varney
  • Hockey Team Spirits Sports by Javitti
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Neirad for April 16, 1971

  • Jack Copocci Speaks Now and Then by Phil Williams
  • A Visit With the Duchess by Rob Varney
  • P.Y.E. Environmental Teach-In II by Libby Jones
  • Linder Goes Wild As Track Team
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Neirad for May 7, 1971

  • Bruno “Appalled” By Budget Cuts
  • Theodore Sorenson- Graduation Speaker
  • Next Year’s Staff Chosen
  • DSO Officers Plan to Involve Students
  • Jack Capocci Speaks: Then and Now
  • Senior Class Play Announced
  • A Visit With the Duchess
  • March to Washington to Protest Indochina War April 24
  • Lindner Goes Wild As Track Team Wins Three
  • Diamond Crew Leads Division with 5-3 Record
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Neirad for September 10, 1971

  • Candidates Air Views
  • Bruno Would Open Campus
  • Tricky Gravy by Tricia Nixon
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Neirad for October 26, 1971

  • DSO Activates New Committees by Spencer Beckwith
  • Risen Son Café by Zincus
  • C/Dair Begins Tuesday by Kathy Miller
  • Centre Stone by Valerie Mehlig
  • The Development of Mind, Body, and Spirit by Steve Dunphy
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Neirad for 1971 Current

  • From the Deck to the Ship by Carla Weiss
  • Come on Down by Chuck Hunter Walk by Nancy Coleman
  • Indoctrination by Maynard Kirpalani
  • Variation on a Theme by Roger Beatty
  • It Happened in Kansas by Matt Scott
  • Quatrain by Maynard Kirpalani
  • Totally Out to Lunch by Phil Matier
  • The Tenement Versus the Fool by John Mucci
  • Americana by Nick Ney
  • The Eight-Pointed Red and White Stop Sign by John Mucci
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Neirad for 1971 Current Autopsy

  • I Hate Sun by Carla Weis
  • Death by Jane Irvine
  • The Sun by Roger Beatty
  • #84 by Bob Graham
  • 1 by Charles Roome
  • Steakhouse by Bethann Kennedy
  • Prasant by Neil Pennell
  • The Break by Carley Tankoos
  • The Concert by Kathy Greeley
  • The Brook by Carolyn Unnever
  • Sunny Afternoon by Nichelse Ney
  • Reunion by Dugdale
  • The Bus Ride by Reuben Jefferey
  • Unknown Narrative by Val Mehlis
  • Pearls by John Mucci
  • A Round, Two-Sided Pebble by Chris Anson
  • Computers Breed Contempt by Betsy Blake
  • The Arrival by Midge Mohlig

Neirad for March 24, 1971

  • DSO Activates New Committees by Spencer Beckwith
  • Halloween is Homecoming Weekend
  • The Risen Son Café by Zincus
  • C/Dair Begins Tuesday by Kathy Miller
  • The Development of Body, Mind, and Spirit by Steve Dunphy
  • Harriers Flying High by Jim Adlam

Neirad for April 16, 1971

  • DSO Activates New Committees by Spencer Beckwith
  • Halloween is Homecoming Weekend
  • The Risen Son Café by Zincus
  • C/Dair Begins Tuesday by Kathy Miller
  • The Development of Body, Mind, and Spirit by Steve Dunphy
  • Harriers Flying High by Jim Adlam



Neirad for October 26, 1971

  • DSO Activates New Committees by Spencer Beckwith
  • Halloween is Homecoming Weekend
  • The Risen Son Café by Zincus
  • C/Dair Begins Tuesday by Kathy Miller
  • The Development of Body, Mind, and Spirit by Steve Dunphy
  • Harriers Flying High by Jim Adlam



Neirad for November 15, 1971

  • Collingwood Discusses Rebirth by Tim Massad
  • Elections Go Republican by Janie Case
  • Phys. Ed Plans Electives by Mark Rodman
  • “Role of Woman” by Marie Anne Johnston
  • The Return of the King by John Holme
  • Field Hockey Undefeated by Corrinne Bishop

Neirad for December 20, 1971

  • Philosophy Club Hears Reich by Mark Rodman
  • Baker Youth Center to Open by Tim Massad
    Dr. Black on Electives by Dana Fiske
  • Independent Study Being Scheduled by John Handley
  • 13th Year Abroad
  • Teachers Discuss Discipline by G. Coulombe
  • Record Review: Seatrain by Arrowhead



Neirad for October 2, 1972

  • Planners, Faculty See Possible DHS Design
  • New Teachers Have Varied Backgrounds, Interests
  • German Exchange Student Begins to Feel at Home by Neil Lucado and Chip Harrington
  • Hampshire Wants Students to ‘Shape’ Their Own Education by Chip Harrington

Neirad for October 17, 1972

  • Neirad Poll Reveals 65% for Nixon by Roger Horine
  • McLoughlin Thinks Economy Prime Issue of 72 by Sandy Ward
  • Theatre 308 to Open with 'The Skin of our Teeth' by Margaret Martin
  • Hot in the Lot; J.B. Goodman's 1940 Ford
  • 18-Year Majority Provides Oppertunities and Pitfalls by Chris Kresge

Neirad for October 31, 1972

  • DHS Homecoming to Have New (And Old) Look
  • 50's Revival Will Hit High School by Steve Seyferth
  • New 'Free School' Offers Alternate Learning Methods by Sandy Ward
  • Young Republicans Campaign; Demos Field Teenage Candidate by Bruce Hill

Neirad for November 17, 1972

  • Hap Dunne "Viewpoint", Free School Under Fire by John Clinton
  • DHS Community Government Adopted by Bruce Hill
  • Four Year High School: Necessity or Folly? by Sandy Ward
  • Teen Angel Would Be Proud of Homecoming by Andy Walworth

Neirad for December 18, 1972

  • New School Government Under Way by Bruce Hill and Al Papsun
  • Coulombe Feels Drug use on the Decline at DHS by John Hessian
  • Seagulls and the Priesthood: A Look at I. S. by Chip Harrington
  • Ski Stratton 'For Ten Dollars or Less' by Andy Walworth
  • An End of the Year Entertainment Roundup: The Godfather,Slaughter House Five
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Neirad for January 14, 1972

  • EEW II Planned
  • Open Campus
  • Review: Senior Commons Rug
  • Pucksters Hot & Cold
  • Ski, Skate, and Success by Liz Van Den Heuvel
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Neirad for December 4, 1972

  • English Department Favors Electives by Cindy Savage
  • Are Teachers Opposed to Four-Year Plan? by Roger Horine
  • Construction Plans Approved For Hockey Rink by Eric Eaton and John Clinton
  • Open Campus: A Closed Issue? by Chip Harrington
  • Hot in the Lot; "Ello" the Bread Truck by Chip Harrington
  • Skin Torn in 308 Production by Dave Hable
  • Graffiti Maniac Turns Journalist by John Goodman
  • Optimism Echo's Through Winter Gym



Neirad for January 22, 1973

  • Moral Concerns Expressed by faculty by Caryn Ball
  • New Budget to Force Course Cuts by Ben Wattenmaker
  • Teacher Support Gained for Senior Privilege by Jesse Schmidt
  • Trust: Who deserves it? By Tom Davidson
  • Hockey Turns Blue: Bad Crowd- Bad Impression by Ben Wattenmaker
  • Folk Group from Yesteryear ‘Rocks’ the Palace by Ben Wattenmaker
  • Neirad Goes to Washington by Stephanie Shea
  • End of Year Activities in sight for ‘Slumped’ Seniors by Matt O’Connor and Jason Demark
  • Sophomore Actress prepares to appear before TV Cameras by Stephanie Shea
  • Group Helps Families of Alcoholics by Trish Tierney
  • Majority Agree to Adverting of Contraceptives on Television by Ruth Davies
  • Book Notes not a novel-ty to Students in Darien by Lars Scofield
  • News of Trendy Flattops Buzzes the School by Mindy Good and Melissa Lynch
  • IB Test Loom in the Near Future by Nynke Dekker and Trish Tierney
  • U2’s Long Awaited The Joshua Tree blossoms by Ross Santy
  • Captivating Plays about Six Friends by Trish Tierney
  • Teencenter, ‘Shack’, Shakes Friday nights boredom by Eric Lemoult
  • On-site Visit moves Darien one step Closer to Award by Ben Wattenmaker
  • Icemen Come up Short in Season Goals by Andy Schopps
  • On Beaches and Practice Fields by Ken Schmoltz  
  • Three Divers Springboard into Nationals by Trish Tierney
  • Nelson shows Longevity controlling diamond for 25 years byAndy Schopps and Jay Frazier
  • Students Split Opinions on Baseball Salary Arbitration by Raph Hurwitz

Neirad for February 13, 1973



Neirad for November 5, 1973

  • Pelletier Resignes; Reviews Darien Years by Roger Horine
  • Committee Inspects Social Studies Curriculum by Tom Gammill
  • Council Waives Confrontation by Bill Johnsen
  • Danish Visitor Observes Darien Education System by Meg McGoldrick
  • Tuna to Touchdowns by Andy Walworth
  • Hot in the Lot; Jay Murdock's 1963 Chevrolet Belair by Peter Hoover
  • I Can't Get No SATisfaction by Marie Smythe

Neirad for November 21, 1973

  • Homeroom Unrest Sparks Council Talks by Sandy Ward and Bill Johnsen
  • Gym Sqeeze Troubles Teachers by Meg McGoldrick
  • Fashion Findings...What Girls are Wearing Now by Kim Hoffman
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Neirad for March 12, 1973

  • Counsil Deadlocked Over Teacher Evaluation by Roger Horine
  • Groups Clash Over Four-Year High School Plans by John Clinton
  • Theatre 308 to Visit Oz by Neil Lucado
  • Winter Athletics Cop Year-End Honors
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Neirad for April 1, 1973

  • Food Critic Felled By DHS Cuisine.
  • The Big Haul… Where is it now?
  • Thievery Hits New High as Library is Hit
  • Veronica VaVoom Wows Students
  • 60 Plus Club New Notes
  • With Nixon To Russia by Richard J. Rubbertson
  • Thank God
  • Broken Leg, Broken Trust
  • Preposterous, Unjustified
  • Massive VD Blob Terrorizes Fairfield County
  • Neirad Polls Show Student Immorality
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    Neirad for May 4, 1973

    • Pelletier Vetoes Mahavishnu Concert – Steve Watson
    • Graduation To Feature Dr. Neil Postman
    • The Speeding Scene: How To Avoid The Blotter – Roger Horine
    • ‘Billy Jack’ The “Youth-Cult’ Film – Rocky Van Munching
    • Spring Passion: Too Much Of A Good Thing
    • Political Pressure Eliminates Concert Hopes – Jim Case
    • Jaundiced Journalism – Frank Bergin
    • A Spring Look At The Nook Dilemma – Andy Walworth
    • Stevie Makes His Final Pit Stop – Steve Watson
    •  Experienced Wave Nine Sparkles On Diamond
    • Track Team Off And Running
    • Veteran Golf Team Drives Toward Title – Ned Blue
    Neirad June 11, 1973

    Neirad for June 11, 1973

    • 'Devil's Weed' Lures Majority of DHS Students by Roger Horine and John Hession
    • Notables to Join DHS Faculty Next Year by
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    Neirad for September 17

    • The Library Can Big Brother Help – Roger Horine
    • Council Reacts To Delegation To Bruno
    • Food Folks Presents Shakes On Parade – Tom Gammil, Andy Walworth
    • Going Through The Intersection Takes The Fun Out of Being Close – Sandy Ward
    • Homeroom Attendance: Penalties For Teachers
    • Council Impotence Sets Precedents
    • Homeroom Resolution
    • Don’t Steal This Book
    • Space Shortage Threatens Senior Status In Commons
    • Blue Gridders Whistle A Fresh Tune – Todd Burger
    • Coach McCarthy Has High Hope For Harriers – Mary Ann Johnston
    • Storm’s Girls To Bully In Season – Meg McGoldrick
    • Booters May Surpass Last Year’s Winning Record – Todd Burger
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    Neirad for October 5, 1973

    • Bruno Vetoes Council Plea – Roger Horine
    • Matheson Cites Plan For 308 – Sandy Ward
    • School Government Vote Nullified
    • Resignations Received From Two Council Members
    • Bruno Ignores Law, Cripples Council
    • English Dept. Invites Ideas
    • Ode To The Media Resource Center: Sung To The Tune Of “Palisades Amusement Park – Come On Over” – Tom Gammil
    • Mandatory Assemblies Unreasonable
    • Love Litters To A Happy Gooker – Andy Walworth
    • Hot On The Lot – Peter Hoover
    • Gridmen Have Win, Loss, Tie – Todd Burger
    • Ice Rink Opens – Will Host Pucksters – Jim Grout
    • Local Soccer Team Riding High – Curt Stites
    • Runners Win Duel, Tri-Meets – Garry Leonard
    • Girls Split Pair - Meg McGoldrick
    Neirad for 19731022.pdf

    Neirad for October 22, 1973

    • Board Candidates View High School by David D. Brown
    • School Council Takes New Tack With Bruno by Sandy Ward
    • Homecoming ’73: Memories Are Made Of This…by Kim Hoffman
    • Chess Club Terms Bruno Move ‘A Rook” by Richard Shu
    • Trashera Lives
    • Smokers’ Rights?
    • When Some Fall Victim Everyone Is Victimized by Fred Piderit
    • The Zerex Test by John King
    • Council Machinations
    • Marlboro Country…Do The Neighbors Complain? by Andy Walworth
    • Hot On The Lot by Peter Hoover
    • Booters Bounce Ridgefield by Curt Stites and Jamie McElroy
    • Football Team Drops Game To Ludlowe, Stops Rippowam by Todd Burger
    • Wave Gridmen Meet Ms. Martella by Kim Hoffman and Andy Walworth
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    Neirad for November 5, 1973

    • Pelletier Resigns; Reviews Darien Years By Roger Horine
    • Committee Inspects Social Studies Curriculum By Tom Gammill
    • Council Waives Confrontation By Bill Johnsen
    • Danish Visitor Observes Darien Educational System By Meg McGoldrick
    • How do you Play the Games if you Can’t Tell the Teams apart By A DHS Girl
    • Make Exercise Optional By Bob Jefferson
    • A Call to the Summit By Richard Shu
    • Homecoming: Tuna to Touchdowns By Andy Walworth
    • I Can’t get No SATisfaction By Marie Smythe
    • Gridmen Ride High in Homecoming By Todd Burger
    • Strom’s Stars make State Tourney By Meg McGoldrick
    • Booters Blast West Hill; Fletcher gets Hat Trick By Matt Clinton
    • Mermaids Cast Off By Barney Spurlock
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    Neirad for November 21, 1973

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    Neirad for December 20, 1973

    • Bruno Calls On Council To Pursue Other Issues By Sandy Ward
    • Is Christmas Spirit in Crisis? By Tom Gammil
    • Board Searches For A Super-Man By Roger Horine
    • Ride The Bus With Us By Bill Helman
    • Women’s Lit Ms.understood By Martha Constable
    • Nelson Courts Girls’ Basketball Team By Jane Adams
    • Matmen Assume Ready Position By Jim Clark
    • Gymnastics Coach Predicts Fine Season By Andy Walworth
    • Winter Track Scene: The Diary of A Harried Harrier By Garry Leonard
    • Hoopsters Hope To Be Happier By Todd Burger
    • Do Poolsters Lack Depth By Todd Burger
    • Icemen Skate For Winning Season By Matt Clinton

    Neirad for June 11, 1973

    • 'Devil's Weed' Lures Majority Of DHS Students Survey by Roger Horine and John Hession
    • Classicorum Scriptorum Magistra Et Peregrinatora Abitura Est By Bruce Hill
    • Dope Smoker’s Paradise by STW
    • Chairperson Reflects Upon Council Commentary by Tim Massad
    • Promsters Prance At Spring Bash By Andy Walworth
    • Darien -- A Summer Festival? By Dave Hable
    • One-Act Plays ‘Unique’ By Dave Hable
    • Golfers Set School Record While Leading County By Wendell Philips III


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    Neirad for January 18, 1974

    • I.S., Teaching and Travels
    • On the Case of the Illegal Beagle by Roger Horine
    • Centre Stone Seeks Fresh Image by Sandy Ward
    • Foreign Students To Take New Courses by Meg McGoldrick
    • In Support of Daylight Losing by Tom Gammil
    • Two Views by Tom Gammil
    • Faculty Fashion Freedom by Kim Hoffman
    • Dribblers 'Perc' Up by Todd Burger
    • Gymnasts on the Beam
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    Neirad for May 24, 1974

    • Business Booming in Commerce Courses by Don Smith
    • Activities Council's Role Examined by Meg McGoldrick
    • Adam's to Retire by Bill Johnson
    • Frate Hears Views in News Store by Tom Gammill
    • Wavers Clinch Title in East by Greg Clark
    • Runnerettes Tripped by Rams by Mary McGoldrick
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    Neirad for May 9, 1974

    • I.S. Folks Discuss Projects
    • Future Teacher Loss Disturbs Black by Sandy Ward
    • Senior Finals: The Ritual Remains by Mary Ann Johnston
    • Seniors to Sink or Swim in Play by Tom Gammill
    • 'Neirad' Has One for the Roady by Neirad Staff
    • Chef Lauds Cafeteria Cuisine by Jane Adams
    • Hot in the Lot by Pete Hoover
    • MittMen Mighty at Mid-Season by Lary Cusak
    • Tennis Girls Crush Rip by Sue Allard
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    Neirad for November 5, 1974

    • Homecoming to Lure Alumni by Jane Adams and Winky Ward
    • Matheson, Cast Optimistic About 'Our Town' by Brian Donofree
    • Phone Services Accept Calls for Counsel by Martha Constable
    • DHS Responds to 'Call of the Wild'
    • College Woes Worry Seniors by Tom Gammill
    • Gridman Rout Rip, Tumble to Trumbull by Todd Burger
    • Hockettes Ride High for States by Meg McGoldrick
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    Neirad for November 24, 1974

    • Catania Sets Cut Policy in 'Unilateral Decision' by Tom Gammill
    • Homecoming Termed 'Faded Classic' by Brian Huber
    • Cook, Urgers Student Concern by Martha Constable
    • The Trial of Billy Goat by Huck Hough
    • 'Neirad' Conquers the Kitchen by Matt Clinton and Huck Hough
    • A Campus that Would Not Crampus by Sue Allard and Meg McGoldrick
    • Darien Diners: From Pasty to Tasty by Gracie Spoone
    • Strom's Girls End Season by Meg McGoldrick
    • Blue Mermaids Manage to Stay Afloat by Sue Allard
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    Neirad for February 13, 1974

    • Cops, Kids: Is There Mutual Harassment by Sandy Ward
    • Administration Speaks Out On Student Destruction by Suzanne Allard
    • Council Homeroom Bill Slows Suspension by Bill Johnson
    • Capocci Blames Vandals for Restroom Dilemna by Meg McGoldrick
    • Dylan Proves Star Status by Jim Grout
    • Literary Magazine This Winter's Best Buy by Roger Horine
    • Puckster's Ride High as Play-offs Near by Archie Clark
    • Court Five Lose Eight Straight by Todd Burger

    Neirad for March 8, 1974

    • Teachers Endorse· Evaluation by Don Smith
    • 308 Menagerie To Tell Tales by Roger Horine
    • Government .Flounders In A Sea Of Frustration by Bill Johnsen
    • Will Your Teachers Deserve Raises? by Mary Mcgoldrick
    • Tell Colleges Where We Stand by A DHS Student
    • ’Neirad’ Staff (Over 18) Goes Bar Hopping by The Staff
    • Yokstas Fights Sloth~ Chicanery by Roger Horine
    • Swimmers Cop State Crown by Todd Burger
    • Wave Wrestlers Wrangle To 6-9 Season by Jim Clark
    • Icemen Melt in Tourney by R.C. Lee
    • Basket Babes Bounced From States by Jane Adams
    • Discover Darien By Ski Touring (Maybe Next Year) by Andy Walworth

    Neirad for April 11, 1974

    • SAT Droop Sparks Discussion by Meg Mcgoldrick
    • Spirit Returns In Spring Carnival by Jane Adams and Don Smith
    • Student Union Proposal Revamped by Sandy Ward
    • Heffernan Views System, Offers Changes by Bill Johnsen
    • Guidance Director Defends Decile Ranking System by Gerald L. Heffernan
    • Slave Day: More Than Paper Chains? by Andy Walworth
    • Why Do Seniors Slip? by Andy Walworth
    • Booze News Part II by The Staff
    • Hot In the Lot: Wooden Wagon Lumbers Along by Peter Hoover
    • Netsterettes Hope to Rally by Sue Allard
    • Drivers Dream of Swinging Season by Todd Burger
    • Mittmen Hope to Catch Fire by Greg Clark
    • Base Babes Aim For Winning Season by Jane Adams

    Neirad for June 17, 1974

    • Bruno Resigns To Take Manhananville Post by Sandy Ward
    • Commencement Speaker Bill Beutel Expresses 'Eyewitness' Viewpoints by Don Smith
    • Teachers Review Bruno Years, React To Resignation by Tom Gammill
    • Departing DHS Seniors Reveal Plans For Future by Kim Hoffman
    • Senior Talent Tapped In 'Don't Drink The Water’ by Roger Horine
    • 'Current' Outstanding -Professional, Diverse by Andy Walworth
    • When The Going Gets Hot, Does Darien Get Going? by Mary McGoldrick
    • Racketeers Rally In Smash Finale by Nate Billings
    • Booters Beat, Bungle, Bind In Openers by Larry Cusack
    • Mighty Mittmen Sink In States by Greg Clark
    • Blue linksters Upset County, Seize Crown by Curt Stites
    • Rackettes Falter But Net Winning Season by Sue Allard
    • Diamond Gals Unpolished by Jane Adams
    • Trackmen Down Rip, Compete in States by Garry Leonard

    Neirad for September 27, 1974

    • New Principal Calls for Building Expansion; Finds ‘Prescription Policies’ Hard to Swallow by Tom Gammill
    • Stamford Challenge Attracts Harper by Missy McMahon and Winky Ward
    • Portables Bring Back Old Days by Moose Mallard
    • Exchange Students Express First Impressions of DHS by Rick Ainsworth and Garry Leonard
    • Soccer Team 1-1-1 by Berry James
    • Blue Wave Gridmen Whip Westhill, Nip Norwalk by Todd Burger
    • Field Hockettes Trip Trumbull by Sue Allard
    • Blue Mermaids’ Coach Aquamistic by Missy McMahon and Winky Ward

    Neirad for October 22, 1974

    • Expansion Plans Include New Wing, Auxiliary Gym by Jane Adams and Missy McMahon
    • Porter Prefers ‘Personal Touch by Garry Leonard
    • Elections Valid after Second Attempt; Council, Catania ‘Have Understanding’ by Meg McGoldrick
    • School Rules: Are Students Ignorant of the Consequences? By Winky Ward
    • Chair Shortage Floors Seniors by Garry Leonard
    • Reflections on Open Campus
    • Franks, Fribbles, Fries: Friendly’s Food Fine by Rick Ainsworth and Mary McGoldrick
    • Area Theatres Offer Variety Of Entertainment by Bob Jefferson
    • Open Campus: ‘Demonstration of Trust And Respect’ by Sue Allard and Missy McMahon
    • Hockettes Ahead at Mid-Season by Mary McGoldrick
    • Cheerleaders Stir Sporting Spirit by Todd Burger
    • Gridmen Drop Two, Top Ludlowe by Todd Burger
    • Booters Tuning Up For State Tourney by Berry James
    • Loping Leonard Leads Harassed, Hustling Harriers by Jim Clark

    Neirad for December 19, 1974

    • Buckley Act Opens Confidential Files To Students by Meg McGoldrick
    • English Department Seeks To Clarify Curriculum by Martha Constable and Garry Leonard
    • Yearbook Decision Stings Photographer by Jane Adams
    • Cut Policy Termed ‘Arbitrary’ by Edmund Higgins
    • English Department’s Action Laudable
    • 308 Does ‘Vibrant Job,’ Paints ‘Our Town’ Red by Bob Jefferson
    • ‘Neirad’s’ Santa Gets His Jollies by Peter Hoover
    • This Year Give the ‘Let-Me-Entertain-You’ Gift by Brian Huber and Bob Jefferson
    • Former Darien Educators – Where Are They Now?
    • Gymnasts To Defend State Title by Larry Cusack
    • Blue Matmen To Grapple With Norwalk in Season Opener by Jim Clark
    • Female Gymnasts Show Optimism by Sally Billings
    • Icemen Face Off Season by Peter Puck
    • Amaya, Craig To Lead Poolsters by Todd Burger
    • Blue Netsters Hooping To Improve on 3-17 Record by Todd Burger and Larry Cusack


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    Neirad for January 21, 1975

    • ‘Neirad’ Attendance Policy Poll Reveals Range of Attitudes
    • Students to Travel, Teach, Trawl
    • Jacobs Sees Student Role in Curriculum
    • January Grads Expect New Challenges
    • Students View the Attendance Policy
    • Teacher Reactions Mixed
    • ‘Current’ has New look; Striking Changes Made
    • Teachers Reflect on Former Careers
    • Hoopsters Fizzle in First Seven by Todd Burger
    • Frozen Wavers Continue Winning Ways by Peter Puck
    • Matmen Grapple for Three Wins by Jim Clark
    • Swimmers Drop Two by Todd Burger
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    Neirad for May 12, 1975

    • Renovations Near Final Stage, Although Reduced in Scope by Mary McGoldrick
    • Do Tuxedos Fit All this Year by Sue Allard
    • DHS Anthropologists ‘Dig’ Site, Reston
    • Eighth Wonder of the World by Garry Leonard 
    • Women’s Status Recent Topic of College Lecture Series by Susan Lane
    • ‘Neirad’ Breaks a Leg by Tom Gammill
    • College Scene: Freedom Land or Sweatshop
    • Diamonds Dudes Sparkle, Sputter by Larry Cusack
    • Cinderman Waver at Mid-Season by Todd Burger
    • Nesters Commence Season Victoriously by Frank Bucko
    • Linksters Lag in Final Four Matches by Matt Clinton

    Neirad for February 11, 1975

    • Committee to Examine Options, Coordinate School Involvement by Sue Allard
    • Europe – A ‘Great Escape’
    • Carnation Day: Old Loves Bloom, New Romances Bud by Missy McMahon
    • Senior Phobia Frays Nerves by Martha Constable
    • Porter Budget Sees Personal Cuts by Sue Lane
    • How to Hot-Dog With Much Relish, Little Bread
    • New Movies Crash, Shake, Burn by Brain Huber and Bob Jefferson
    • Gymnasts Capture County Crown by Larry Cusack
    • Three Foes Victimized By Pucksters by A. Bucko
    • DHS Dribbling Dames Holding Strong by Mary McGoldrick
    • Winter Tracksters Run Down Country by Rollin Carter

    Neirad for March 11, 1975

    • Teachers Appraise Desirability of Merit Pay Plan by Tom Gammill and Garry Leonard
    • Cuts Call for Teacher Layoffs by Jane Adams
    • Money Troubles Plague Centre Stone by Martha Constable
    • Spring Carnival ’75: New Festivities to Bloom by Anne Libby
    • Does Darien Care? By The School Council Public Relations Committee
    • Students Take Calculated Risk by Tom Gamill
    • Equality in The Gym: New Law Defines Rights by Meg McGoldrick
    • Female Monkeys Grease it up by Missy McMahon and Winky Ward
    • Hill Clears Campaign Trail by Susan Lane
    • Students ‘Taking Care of Business’ by Susan Lane and Missy McMahon
    • Miss Stone, In Retirement, Goodwill Ambassador by Martha Constable
    • 308 Cards to Create ‘Wonderland’ by Brian Donofree
    • Girl Gymnasts End 10-1 Season, Place Fourth in State Tourney by Berry James
    • Hoopsters End with Losing Season by Todd Burger
    • Wreckers Ruin Girl’s State Basketball Hopes by Sally Martin
    • Skiers Have Impressive Season, Victorious Over Unbeaten Cards by Weird and Gilly
    • Late Defeats Hurt Matmen by Jim Clark
    • Hockey Team Completes 12-8-1 Record with State Loss by Ziggy Stardust
    • Track Girls Finish Second in Counties by Marry McGoldrick

    Neirad for April 18, 1975

    • ‘Positive’ Attendance Policy Allows For Greater Flexibility by Martha Constable
    • Seniors Exempt From Exam Schedule by Missy McMahon
    • Friday 13 To Be Lucky Day for Seniors by Missy McMahon
    • Spring Weekend Boosts Spirit by MJ Jones
    • Winter Chills = Smoking Thrills by Laurie O’Neil
    • Coming of Age by Garry Leonard
    • Home Again, I. S. Participants Recount Adventures
    • Communist Expresses Doctrines by Susan Lane
    • Seminar Views Alcohol Aspects by Garry Leonard
    • Theatre 308 Applies New Dimensions to ‘Alice’ by Bob Jefferson
    • Casanovas Seek Drinks, Dancing, Romance by Paul Newman and Robert Redford
    • ‘Chinatown’: Triumph of Taste, Truth by Kurt Jackson
    • Nelson Resigns as Girls’ Coach by Julie Hendrickson
    • Linksters Show Depth and Experience by Matt Clinton
    • Girls’ Track Gains New Talent by Mary McGoldrick
    • Himebauch Quits Football Post by Todd Burger
    • Horan Enters Golden Gloves at Forum by Jim Clark
    • Tennis Teams Set High Goals for ’75 by A. Young American and Sally Fly
    • New Faces Join Baseball Team by Larry Cusack

    Neirad for May 9, 1974

    • Renovations near Final Stage Although Reduced In Scope by Mary McGoldrick
    • Do Tuxedoes Suit This Year’s Prom? by Sue Allard
    • DHS Anthropologists “Dig” Site, Reston by Meg McGoldrick
    • Eighth World Wonder Of The World by Garry Leonard
    • Women’s Status Recent Topic Of College Lecture Series by Susan Lane
    • “Neirad” Breaks A Leg by Tom Gammill
    • College Scene: Freedom Land Or Sweatshop
    • Diamond Dudes Sparkle, Sputter by Larry Cusack
    • Cindermen Waver At MidbySeason by Todd Burger
    • Nesters Commence Season Victoriously by Frank Bucko
    • Linksters Lag In First Four Matches by Matt Clinton

    Neirad for May 30, 1975

    • Catania Examines Year In Retrospect – Mary McGoldrick
    • Seniors, 308 To Wind Up Season; One-Act To Be Featured – Missy McMahon and Brian Donofree
    • Music Career Ends On Happy Note – Garry Leonard
    • Heavenly Stairway Deemed Dreamy But Steamy – Martha Constable
    • Prom Guidelines Insulting – Hank Stanton
    • A Legalized ‘Skip’ Day?
    • Graduation – Who Needs It? – Garry Leonard
    • Election Changes Emphasize Spirit
    • Junior High Alumni Hit Dead End On Memory Lane – Two Retiring Reporters
    • Racketeers On The Romp – Kathy McGuire and Frank Bucko
    • Bat Babes Off Base, Foul Up – Betsy Sullivan
    • Tracksters Plagued By Injuries – Todd Burger

    Neirad for June 13, 1975

    • School Community TO Experience Budget Crunch – Sue Allard and Winky Ward
    • Exchange Students Taste Americana – Rick Ainsworth
    • DHS Students “Wowed” By Lock Business World – Susan Lane
    • First Period Freeze Changes Schedule
    • The Survival Of The Fittest – Katharine Bullock
    • Newcomer Finds Niche
    • Senior Class Play Termed A Delight, Viewed As Model For Future Classes
    • Farwell Message
    • Morning Consideration
    • Senior Class Play Investigates ‘Battle Of Sexes’ – Brian Donofree and Bob Jefferson
    • Vaudeville Show: Immaturity, Talent Clash – Brian Huber
    • Roll Out Those Lazy, Hazy Crazy Days… - Sue Allard
    • Baseball Men Even Record 9-9; Strike Out In Post Season Play – George Johnson
    • The Thrill Of Victory ‘Defeets’ Agony – Todd Burger and Mary McGoldrick
    • Linksters Get The Axe In Country Tourney – Matt Clinton
    • Wavers’ ’75 Motto: To Serve With Love – Frank Bucko and Sally O’Connor
    • Mautte Receives Pass, Ready To Win – Todd Burger

    Neirad for September 27, 1975

    • Principal Observes: Spirits Rise To ‘Positive High’ – Sue Allard and Matt Clinton
    • Bandmaster, AV Man Among New Staff
    • Robbins Raps About Marriage, Goals, Sports, School – Missy McMahon
    • Special Ed Button Business Booming
    • Pep Rally: Chaos As Therapy – Susan Lane
    • Is It Great To Mediate?
    • Last Will, Testament Of ’75 Alumni
    • Write On For ‘Neirad’
    • ‘Neirad’ Gets The Scoop
    • Foreign Exchange Students Discover Darien – Lisa Emmons and Matt James
    • Hockettes Find New System; Driving Toward Many Goals – Betsy Adams
    • Waver’s Upset Ends Greenwich Streak – Paul Hemous
    • Booters Kicked In Openers, Start Off On Wrong Foot – Berry James
    • Gymnasts Tumble Towards Winning Season – John Nelson

    Neirad for October 20, 1975

    • Council Branches Out To Students – Bill Helman
    • Down Memory Lane With A Maine Man – Cindy Tower
    • Conscientious Students Heed Community Need – Betsy Adams Karen Echrich
    • Rally For Pedagogue Pep!
    • Students Knocks Teacher Apathy – Kelley Clough
    • Lights Go Out In Darkroom – Lisa Emmons and Freddie Millet
    • Alumni Rep Promotes Pep – Todd Burger
    • ‘Neirad’ Examines Ice Cream Pros And Cons
    • Summer Expeditions: Sculpting, Hiking, Biking – George Garfield
    • Pom-Pon Girls To Spice Games
    • Seniors Teach First Aid Course – Jay Cook
    • Swimmers Take Their Mark – Sally Speed
    • Field Hockettes Continue Wining Ways – Mary McGoldrick
    • Gymnasts Make State Champs Tumble – Sue Allard
    • Booters Stumble, Drop Three – Berry James
    • Rams Bomb Blue; Wavers Bounce Back – A. Youn Gamerican
    • Bad Start Humbles Hustling Harriers – Jay Cook

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    Neirad for November 25, 1975

    • Drinking: Staff Members Voice Concern by Missy McMahon and Mary McGoldrick
    • “Viewpoint” Causes Controversey by Susan Lane
    • Faculty Member Bids Fond Farewell by Mary McGoldrick
    • Neirad Surveys DHS Students on Drinking Habits compiled by Missy McMahon
    • Gymnasts Whipped Yet Become Cream of Crop by John C. Nelson and Karen Eckrich
    • Basket Babes’ Hopes High by Bettie Hoop
    • Mermaids Submerge at Trumbull, Surface in Finals by Karen Eckrich
    • Gridders’ Title Bid Foiled, End up 7-3 by Hum Phrey
    • New Hockey Coach Expresses Optimism by Peter Puck
    • Ski Team Looks for Promising Year by Sam Slush

    Neirad for December 19, 1975

    • Construction to Expand Building by Sue Allard and Matt Clinton
    • Danzberger, Leonard Express Opinions by Susan Lane
    • Alternative Learning Program “Constantly Making Progress” by Karen MacMurdy and Cindy Tower
    • Cliques Click Out? by Greg Reilly
    • Board of Ed Members Speak out on Cuts, Curriculum, Concerns by Betsy Adams
    • Christmas Chimes Ring Spending Times by Julie Brotherton
    • “Neirad” Explores American Studies by Karne Eckrich and George Garfield
    • Do Students Have “County,” Red and White Blues? by Tom Crotty
    • Jamaican Reggae Rock Moves Modern Music by Dave Brown
    • Novice Skier Hits Slopes by Jean-Claude Helman
    • Library Implements Heavier Fines by Susan Lane
    • Theater 308 Goes A-Caroling by Julie Brotherton and Melissa Janicke
    • Reporter Sights Wild DHS Amazon by Sue Allard
    • Jackasses Shoot Some Hoop; Sophomores Emerge Unblocked by Lisa Emmons
    • Tracksters on the Move Again, Sprinting for Successful Season by Winifred Williams
    • Star-Spangled Sports Banquet Scintillates by Betsy Adams
    • Will Basket Babes’ Hopes Dribble Away? by Bettie Hoop
    • Hoopsters Knock off Knights by David Bauder
    • Frozen Wave Drops Two, Ices Catholic by Pierre Puck
    • Returning Lettermen Bolster Strong Swimming Squad by Bill Helman
    • Grapplers Hope to Pin Down Victories by Bugsy McGraw


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    Neirad for April 1, 1976

    • Pot Legit; DHS Bong Society Formed by Al Lowdere
    • Classics Return to DHS Curriculum by Suzette Evert
    • Name Change Brings New Game by Gabe Bevener
    • 'Frisky' Alumnus Totters Home
    • Exchange Student Touches Down by Mark Tire
    • Rebels Toss Pie Party by Alice Street
    • Pain in Neck Cured by Guns by Mark Tire
    • Hot in the Cot; George Washington by Molly Picture
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    Neirad for November 18, 1976

    • Rock Concert to Hit DHS First Time in Six Years by Marian Davis

    • Opening in Sight for New Library/Media Center by David Bauder

    • Bargains Abound at Winter Sale by Karen MacMurdy

    • Catania Takes Consulting Post by Mark Clowes and Peter Francesconi

    • Faitth Expressed in Student Body ‘Doc’ Lauds Student Behavior by Donald C. Robbins

    • Crowd Noise Mars Coffee House by Nina Sawicki

    • Long Weekend out of the Ordinary Charlie Charms Audience by John W. Harding

    • Carter, Ford Stumble, Fumble, Bumble, Mumble by Jack Low

    • Neirad Staffers Survey Area Hot Spots by

    • Bud Weiser, Tom Collins Ravenous Thieves Sought by Matt Nichols and Erica Van Wagener

    • Mermaids Submerge Twice by Philippa Bowley

    Neirad for January 23, 1976

    Neirad for January 23, 1976

    • Council in Confused Condition? by Sue Allard

    • Early Grads Make Plans, Participate in Ceremony by Betsy Adams and Mary McGoldrick

    • Viet Student Settles in Darein, Starts New Life by Cindy Tower

    • Slow Economy, Lack of Jobs A Problem for Work-Study by Cindy Tower I.S.

    • Trends Reflect Student Interests by Karen Eckrich, George Garfield, Cindy Tower

    Neirad for February 10, 1976

    Neirad for February 10, 1976

    • Faculty Senate Convenes by Sue Allard
    • Will Your Love Life Bud?by Debbi Dolcetti
    • Opinions Stir in Open Forumby Greg Reilly
    • Theatre '76 Production to 'Ease On Down The Road' by Mary McGoldrick
    • Viewpoints: Vice Principal Replies to Editors byGerard Coulombe Assistant Principal
    • Teachers; Snowed Under by Elaine Fattibene
    • Five-Minute Day Set For June By Susan Lane
    • 'Neirad' Seeks Remedies For Those 'Boredom Blues'by Betsy Adams and Lisa Emmons
    • Hoopsters Eye Playoffs by David Bauder
    • Icemen Bounce Back, Slash Staples by Jonathan Dahl
    • Basketball Babes' Hopes Fade by Leslie Evans
    • Wave GrapplersPin Opponents
    Neirad for March 18, 1976

    Neirad for March 18, 1976

    • Teachers React To Attack on Current Salaries by Sue Allard and
    • Mary McGoldrick
    • Spring Carnival to Relive Good Ole Days by Lisa Emmons
    • Faculty Responds to Board of Ed’s Request by Greg Reilly
    • Viewpoints: Hoopsters Hurt by Low Turnout by Three DHS Hoopsters
    • Junior Senior Prom Site to be Greenwich Civic Center by Karen Eckrich and Nancy Norton
    • Hustle Puzzle Resolved by William Grega
    • Helpful, Yet Expensive ‘Neirad’ Speedreads by John T. Cook
    • Hindenburg Flick Termed an ‘Amazing Disaster’ by John T. Cook
    • ‘Oz’ Enchants Audience by Besty Adams and Mary McGoldrick
    • Wave of Fads Hits DHS Campus by Shelly Hoglund and Jack Low
    • Female Gymnasts, Tracksters Capture FCIAC Titles, Gymnast Take Second in State by Besty Adams
    • Tracksters Sprint for County Title by Leslie Evans
    • Cagers Gain Honors by David Bauder
    • Swimmers Sink Records, Capture State Crown by Susan Lane
    • Ottavi Quits: Skiers Third In State by Jonathan Dahl
    • Pucksters Edged In State Tourney, Call Foul Play
    Neirad for April 1, 1976

    Neirad for April 1, 1976

    • Budget Cuts Eliminate Teachers, Coarse Offerings
    • Lunch Funds Donated to Sewers
    • Teacher Found With Exotic Dancer
    • Heffernan Termed ‘A Pusher’; Connected with Drug Charge
    • Library Scanner Dangerous Research Organization Says
    • Former Faculty Find New Careers, Jobs
    • Groups to Tour Foreign Lands
    • DHS Prepares for Bicentennial
    • Physics Teacher to Drive for Cause
    • Five Pronounced Dead In Physicals
    • Citizens’ Committee Presents Student Reduction Proposal
    • Darien High To Be Location for All-Star Movie

    Neirad for April 15, 1976

    • DHS Drama: to be or by Susan lane
    • Youth Committee Role Discussed by Mary McGoldrick
    • Pre-Registration Will Reveal Changes by David Bauder
    • Should the Senior Commons Become a School Commons by Sue Lane and Besty Adams
    • Juniors, Council Fight It Out
    • Coulombe’s Corner
    • DHS Wavers to Flood Florida, Review Russia by Lisa McCay and Nancy Nortong
    • ‘Neirad’ Quenches Thirst, Samples School Water Fountains by Jay Cook and Missy Mcmahon
    • Battle of the Burgers McDonals’s vs. Burger King by Holly Wood
    • An Outlook for Youth: Young Life by Nancy Norton
    • Early Decision; One of your College Choices by Missy McMahon
    • Eager Rackettes Ready to Rally by Sally O’Connor
    • Girl’s Track Team Hopes for Good Start by Lisa Rich
    • ’76 a Rebuilding Year for Golfers by Peter Romanos and Jonathan Dahl
    • Lack of Depth Could Hinder Racketeers’ Championship Goals by Jack Low
    Neirad for May 14, 1976

    Neirad for May 14, 1976

    • Superintendent Porter Assesses DHS Atmosphere by Greg Reilly
    • Activities Council Balances Uncertain Budget by Susan Lane
    • Construction Workers Tell No lies by Peter Daniel and Lisa Emmons
    • Council Merger Proposal
    • Task Force to be Formed to Improve DHS climate
    • ’Mame’ Curtain to Rise Soon by David Bauder
    • DHS Staff, Students, ‘In the News’ by Susan Lane and Karen Eckrich
    • Excuses, Excuses Would you Believe? By Shelly Hoglund and Jack Low
    • May Day: Schwartz Bids Farewell by Sue Allard
    • Lobsters Slam Foes, Net Consistent Victories
    • Batmen Slide into Victory
    • DHS Tracksters Get Off Their Marks Quickly
    Neirad for June 18, 1976

    Neirad for June 18, 1976

    • Beachsters Pose Problems; Police Are Prepared for All by Jack Low and Greg Reilly
    • Honor Roll, New Faculty: Changes Planned for ’76-77
    • Poll Reveals Students Know Little About School Councils by Nancy Norton and Mary McGoldrick
    • There’s Always Room for Improvement
    • Committee Seeks to Improve Climate
    • ’Mame’ Delights Packed Houses
    • Class of ’76 Gains Independence, Proclaims Plans Compiled by Missy McMahon and Jack Cook
    • Good Times Shine as Promsters ‘Dance in Moonlight’ by John Smith and Mary Jones
    • Independent Study Students Featured
    • ALP Sees Some Success in First Year by Debbi Dolcetti
    • Writing Continues As English Goal
    • ’Mame’ Gets ‘Plantation Humming’ by Sue Allard
    • Survive the Summer Doldrums by William Grega
    • Party Fears Grip Host by Polly Party Goer and Tap A. Keg
    • ‘Neirad’ Visits Bridgeport Jai-alai; Reporters Cash in on Gambling Action by Susan Lane
    • Netmen Ace Class L Crown by Paul Hemus
    • Golfers Cop Crown by Matt Clinton
    • Rackettes Tops in State; Donna, Diana Burn Foes by Sally Lobster
    Neirad for October 4, 1976

    Neirad for October 4, 1976

    • Administration Changes at DHS; Robins, Matheson Appointed by Jamie MacKenzie and Karen MacMurdy
    • New Members of Faculty Introduced
    • Construction Progresses on Campus by Jack Low
    • Musicals Set for ’76 by 77 by Marian Davis
    • Students, Faculty Report Unusual Summer Travels
    • Hockette Plan: Back to Basics by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Barrett Brady Boost Booters by John C. Nelson
    • Greenwich Edges Gridmen in Opener by David Bauder
    • Aquamaids Afloat Despite Early Losses by Philippa Bowley
    Neirad for October 22, 1976

    Neirad for October 22, 1976

    • Students Favor Ford; Staff Picks Jimmy by David Bauder and Greg Reilly
    • Alumni ‘Homeward Bound’ by William Grega and Shirly Hoglund
    • Senior Monitors Helping Promote Cafeteria Calm by Jamie MacKenzie
    • AFS Girl Enjoys Darien Scene by Barbara Dolan
    • Change in DHS Climate? by Pippa Bowley and Marian Davis
    • High School Heavis Haunt Halloween Hobgoblins by Jack Low
    • Hot in the Lot: ‘Spirit of 56’ Rusting but Running by Dan Grady
    • Hockettes Still Hope to Make States by Leslie Evans
    • Harriers Hurry after Slow Start by Matt Nichols
    • Female Spikers Join Fall Sports Line by Up by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Wavers Wham Rams, Torn By Tigers by David Bauder
    • Battling Booters Drawl to Scoreless Tie with Andrew Warde by John C. Nelson
    Neirad for December 9, 1976

    Neirad for December 9, 1976

    • Doc Remains Principal, Ready to Accept Input by Greg Reilly
    • ‘All School Workshop’ Planned for December 15 by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Black To Leave, Take Greenwich Post by Leslie Evans
    • Xmas Trees are Coming to Town by Karen MacMurdy
    • Figure on Being Late to Class by Glenn Heitsmith
    • Pssst … What’s the Answer? by Shelly Hoglund and Jack Low
    • Did You Hear About…? by Bill Blabbit
    • Warning Words Offered to College Bound by Robin Bennett
    • Blue Wave Teams Combine for 52 – 38 – 4 Record by David Bauder and Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Pucksters Promise Positive Results by Peter Puck III
    Neirad for December 23, 1976

    Neirad for December 23, 1976

    • Negotiations Resume: DEA vs. Board by James MacKenzie
    • Parents Express Concerns by David Bauder
    • CAP Students Volunteer While Earning Credit by Leslie Evans
    • Faculty, Students on the Move by Nina Sawicki
    • 308 Produces Second Musical Hit by Sally Terhune
    • Christmas Vacation: Where to Find the Action by Marian Davis
    • Yule ‘Have a Heck of a Christmas’ After All by Jack Low
    • Wonder, Browne: Good Tunes by David Bauder and Heidi Frankie
    • Tracksters Aim for Counties by Jeanne Mueller
    • Fedyn Takes Coaching Position by Marian Davis
    • ‘High Hopes’ Held for Girls’ Hoop Team by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Kratky, MacDonald Lead Youn Wrestling Team by John C. Nelson
    • Hoopsters Hoping for Hot Season Under Ericson by David Bauder
    • Icemen Break Even In Early Action by Ken Carella


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    Neirad for April 1, 1977

    • “I Was Attacked By Rude Alien Beings”
    • How to Cure Weight Lost Effects
    • Racquet Gives Extra ‘Sykic’ Powers
    • Coach Admits: “I Was a Female Sumo Wrestler”
    • Key To College Admission Lies in Creative Essay
    • Krebs Exposed As Handwriting Theorist
    • Skateboarding ‘Tawny’ Top Dog
    • Starsky, Hutch Will Investigate In-School Partying
    • Harmful Asbestos May Raise Grades
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    Neirad for April 22, 1977

    • Assigned Studies, No Cars For Future Sophs by Keren MacMurdy
    • Computer Replaces Arena Scheduling by David Bauder
    • Financial Woes, Personnel Conflicts Trouble 308 by Jamie Mac Kenzie
    • Seaworthy Students Study Biology by Alex Andriuk
    • DHS Hobbies Weird, Exotic, Bizarre by Jamie MacKenzie and Jeanne Mueller
    • All-School Musical ‘My Fair Lady’ Set For Early May Showing by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • ‘Slumpo’s Diseasee’ Runs Rampant Through Halls by Jack Low
    • Tracksters Break School Records by Jeanne Mueller
    • Mittmen Open, Top Rams by David Bauder
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    Neirad for May 31, 1977

    • DEA, Board Reach Truce; Contract Wins Approval by Jamie MacKenzie
    • ’78 Schedule Possibilities: More Frozen Periods by Karen MacMurdy
    • Graduation Ceremony To Include Weicker As Guest Speaker by Sarah Slocum
    • Clough To Propose New Government by Leslie Evans
    • Will Cops Crack Down On Boisterous Beachsters? by John Kratky
    • ‘A Night To remember’ That You’d Like To Forget by Jack Low
    • Teachers Look Back, Compare Students, School by Bob Ferguson
    • Sophomore Girls Excel On Track Team by Philippa Bowley
    • Lobsterettes Drop Racket To Greenwich by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Blue Netmen Remain Unbeaten, Bury Staples by John Tibbetts
    • DHS Ultimate: New Game In Town by Tom Constable
    • Tracksters Sprint To Flying Finish by Josh Moltz
    • Golf Team Hits Rough In Early Going by Josh Moltz
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    Neirad for October 12, 1977

    • Familiar Faces To Local System Among New Darien High Faculty by Tony Derbyshire
    • Spring Recess Cut; June Curtailed by Jeanne Mueller
    • Addition Opens: Was it Worth the Wait? By Bill Waggener
    • New Aides UConn Alumni by John Reichart and David Wilk
    • Exchange Students Active at DHS by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Sophomores Splashed By New ‘Wave’ of Rules; Advisory Program Established
    • Where It’s At? By Matt Nichols
    • Wavettes Wait For States by Philippa Bowley
    • Strategy Adds Spunk to Volleyball by Philippa Bowley
    • Hockettes Return to Tough Season by Beth Torpey
    • Cross Country Extends Winning Streak to 18
    • Jackson Slashes Old Team Mark by 25 Seconds by Tim Sellew and Doug Stevenson
    • Charles Avedisian- Who Is He? By John Tibbetts
    • Gridders Win First, Slide in Second by John Tibbetts
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    Neirad for November 4, 1977

    • 308 Premiering With “Showcase”; “Antigone” To “Alice” Featured by Matt Nichols
    • New School Government To Offer Wider Representation by Mark Clowes
    • M*A*S*H Wins Favorite Program
    • Alcohol Discussion Airs Views On Teenage Drinking Habits by Kelly Black
    • Task Force Will Examine Present Family Studies Program by Bill Waggner
    • Newcomer’s Club “Breaks The Ice” by Marylynn Slattery
    • Daring Baton Twirler Ignites Half-Time Show by Leslie Anderson
    • Green Thumb Club Growing As Football
    • Players Sign Up by Jeanne Mueller
    • Girls’ Cross Country On the Right Foot by Robin Crawford
    • Senior Girl Gridders Win by Philippa Bowley
    • Coach’s Optimism Spurs Field Girls to Three More Wins by Philippa Bowley
    • Booters Pick Up Speed; Playoffs Within Reach by Tony Derbyshire
    • Mautte: Good Attitude Helps Good Execution by John Tibbetts
    • Gymnasts Unbeaten, Roll Toward State Title by Chris Pace
    Neirad for February 10, 1977

    Neirad for February 10, 1977

    • January Grads Disclose Plans by Sarah Ambrose, Peter Francesconi and Karen MacMurday
    • Newcomers Receive Cold Shoulder by Jeanne Mueller
    • Guidance Argues No Counseling From Outsiders by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Tumblers: High Rollers by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Lack of Depth Plagues Grapplers by Doug Stevenson
    • Skiers Work to Support Team by Greg Reilly
    • Swimmers Seek Class L Title by Kelley Clough
    • Streaking Icemen Bidding for Playoffs by Mark Clowes
    • Hoopsters Stumble Off Starting Mark by David Bauder
    Neirad for February 18, 1977

    Neirad for February 18, 1977

    • Robbins Reviews Results of All-School Workshop by Karen MacMurdy
    • Council’s Progress, Roles Explained by Leslie Evans
    •  Coulombe Discusses New Administration, Contract Bargaining by Greg Reilly
    • Tracksters Monopolize FCIAC Title Meet by Jeanne Mueller
    • Frozen Wave Clinches Divisional Championship by Josh Moltz
    • Jenny Doble: Queen of the Ski Slopes by Jeanne Mueller
    • How To Survive Winter Vacation in Darien by Cheri Abernathy and Shelly Hoglund
    • Carnations Catch Cupid by Jack Low
    • Talented Stage Band Emerges From Obscurity by Ziggy Stardust
    Neirad for March 24, 1977

    Neirad for March 24, 1977

    • Coulombe Quits DA Post; Voluntary Work ‘Ceases’ by Jamie MacKenzie
    • E-Wing Partially Open Despite Various Problems by David Bauder
    • Variety Show, Casino Night to Highlight 1977
    • Spring Carnival by Philippa Bowley
    • Black Settles In At New Greenwich Job by Bill Dobbs
    • Senior Class Will Display Antics of 4077th M*A*S*H* by Josh Moltz
    • What FM Stations Do You Turn On? By Shelly Hoglund
    • Hoopsterettes’ Hopes Deflated Despite Pollard’s Points by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Male Skiers Third In Division; Girl’s Catch Crown by Trapper John Lennon
    • Gymnasts Lose to Top Teams by Shelly Hoglund
    • Sangster’s Swimmers Cop Another State by Josh and Clay Holtz
    • Hoopster Rally Turns Season Around by David Bauder
    • Himebauch Leaves for New Post by Josh Moltz
    • Tennis Mentor Finally Chosen by John Tibbetts
    • Dave MacDonald: Dedication Pays Off by Pat Brady
    Neirad for December 14, 1977

    Neirad for December 14, 1977

    • Committee Studies DHS Schedule, Offers Findings to Board of Ed by Jamie MacKenzie
    • DHS Students to Visit Red China by Tim Sellew and John Reichart
    • Directors, Producers Explain Difficulties and Pitfalls of “A Showcase” by Mary Lynn Slattery
    • “Neirad” Gourmets Rate Town Eateries: IHOP Best Bet With Varied Menu by Mark
    • Clowes, Christoper Pace, and Dave Wilk
    • Nicandros, Sabatier Editing Sports Book, Hope To Publish Soon by Christopher Pace
    • Local Drivers Reveal All: Kids Fuss, 'Cuss',On Bus by Jeanne Mueller
    • New Talent Emerges From Disappointing “Showcase” by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Church Leaders Discuss Youth Involvement by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Poll Results Reveal Attitudes Towards Church Attendance by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Youth Groups Strive To Give Students Christian Experience by John Reichart
    • Athletes Excel in US by Philippa Bowley
    • Gymnasts Win Everything by Christopher Pace
    • Potential Exists for Good Winter Sports Season
    Neirad for april 22, 1977

    Neirad for April 22, 1977

    • Assigned Studies, No Cars For Future Sophs by Karen MacMurdy
    • Computer Replaces Arena Scheduling by David Dauder
    • Financial Woes, Personnel Conflicts Trouble 308 by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Sea Level: Sweet Southern Rock by Tom Constable
    • Seaworthy Students Study Biology by Alex Andruik
    • DHS Hobbies Weird, Exotic, Bizarre by Jamie MacKenzie and Jeanne Mueller
    • All School Musical “My Fair Lady” Set for Early May Showing by Mary Ellen Kiggins
    • Bicyclists Take To Road by Noreen Tully
    • ‘Slumpo’s Disease’ Runs Rampant Through Halls by Jack Low
    • Rackettes Rally for Wins by Leslie Evans
    • Tracksters Break School Record by Jeanne Mueller
    • Softball Scrimmage Presages Successful
    • Season for Girls by Philippa Bowley
    • Sailing Team Captains Set Season’s Course by Craig Sinclair
    • Mittmen Open, Top Rams by David Bauder
    • Mixed Results for Cinderman by Bob Ferguson
    Neirad for December 14, 1977

    Neirad for May 31, 1977

    • DEA, Board Reach Truce; Contract Wins Approval by Jamie MacKenzie
    • ’78 Schedule Possibilites: More Frozen Periods? By Karen MacMurdy
    • Graduation Ceremony To Include Weicker as Guest Speaker by Sarah Slocum
    • Clough To Propose New Government by Leslie Evans
    • Senior Exam Schedule To Remain Unchanged by Greg Reilly
    • A ‘Loverly’ Musical by Noreen Tully
    • Will Cops Crack Down on Boisterous Beachsters by John Kratky
    • ‘A Night To Remember’ That You’d Like to Forget by Jack Low
    • Teachers Look Back, Compare Students, School by Bob Ferguson
    • Sophomore Girls Excel On Track Team by Philippa Bowley
    • Softball Coach Cites Pros, Cons by Jeanne Mueller
    • Lobsterettes Drop Racket to Greenwich


    february 8 1978

    Neirad for February 8, 1978

    • Elimination of X Period To Increase Class Time by John Reichart and Matt Maley
    • Soph Cupids to Deliver Love Buds by Matt Nichols
    • JADCO, Student Company, Seeks Business by Tony Derbyshire
    • Post 911, An  Auxiliary Of Darien Police Department, Hopes To Control Crowds At World Cup Ski Races
    • 'Neirad' Surveys Various Club Activities
    • Localites Have Close Encounters By Marylynn Slattery
    • Hockey, Wrestling, Basketball Teams Produce Mixed Results By John Tibbetis, Doug Stevenson and Bill Waggner
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    Neirad for March 20, 1978

    • Polls Show Students Feeling X-Period, Homeroom Useful
    • New 50-Member School Government Functioning
    • Mid-Year Grads Tell Future Plans by Christopher Pace
    • Sophs Express Their Opinions in Survey
    • About Driving Policy by Bill Waggener
    • 'Thons' Becoming Common Place; Robbins Likes Service Fund-Raisers by Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Independent Study Gives Students Glimpse of Outside World by John Reichart
    • Over Forty Students Take Part in DHS Great Books Program by David Gurliacci
    • Jets, Sharks Click in 308’s ‘West Side Story’ by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Girl Tracksters Win Counties; Boys Take State Open by Maryllyn Slattery
    • Gymnasts Vault to 10-3 Record by Dorinda Hargreaves
    • Girl’s Basketball Team: ‘Deserved Better'
    • DHS Pucksters County Champs by John Tibbetts
    • Swimmers Win Class L Laurels by Doug Page
    • Why do Suburban Hoopsters Lose Against City Schools? By Larry Kelle
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    Neirad for April, 1 1978

    • Maverick Teenage Gang Causes Public Concern
    • Jet-Set Journalist Judges Journey
    • English Department Axed; Teachers Disclose Future Plans
    • Police Blotter
    • Two Green Thumbers Swallowed Alive
    • Sunday Morning Fever
    • Robbins Admits Travel Agency Ties
    • New Grid Coach Resigns; Players Defect To China
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    Neirad for April 3, 1978

    • First World Week Set For April 3-9 by Linda Bornhuetter

    • Agreement Reached On New Senior Exam Policy by Joe Friedman

    • Speaker, Date Set For Graduation by John Tibbetts

    • Student Suggests Open Campus by Tom Cuddy

    • Do SAT Classes Better Scores? College Board Seeks an Answer by Greg Burns

    • Summer Program Offered in France by Mark Clowes

    • DHS Ecology Groups Form, Will Promote Recycling by Gail Bruggermeyer

    • Hot in the Lot; Syke’s Chevy ‘Wears it Well’ by Daid Nunez

    • Spring Teams Differ In ’78 Pre-season Outlooks by Larry Kelley, Matt Maley, Doug Stevenson, and Bill Waggener

    • Private Schools, Lack of Summer Leagues Head List of Woes for DHS Basketball Larry Kelley

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    Neirad for May 9, 1978

    • DHS To Have New Schedule on Pilot Basis Next Year by Greg Burns and Doug Page
    • Student Firemen Reveal Hot Spots Around Town by Bill Wagner
    • Library Staffers to Seek Silent Students by John Tibbetts
    • Three Crazy Ways to Stay OK by Tony Shanahan
    • Seniors To Pull Prank by John Reichart
    • Brown, Cooke Lead Singers in Class Play by David Gurliacci
    • New Football Coach Davison To Implement ‘Wing-T’ Offense by Mark Clowes
    • Wave Runners Blow Ward, Wilton Off the Track by Paul Marlow
    june 13 1978

    Neirad for June 13, 1978

    • Norwalk Man Seeks Data Concerning Trip to China by Linda Bornhuetter
    • New Olympic Fitness Center Donated; Program Open to Interested Students by Greg Burns
    • Doherty Describes D.C. Duties As Senate Page by Mark Clowes
    • The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Outstanding Drama On DHS stage by David Gurliacci
    • Plight of the Jayvees: A Puka Shell in the Varsity Blue Wave
    • by the Cub
    • Racquettes Wrap Up 12-2 Season by Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Linksters Inconsistent All Season Long, Struggling to Maintain a .500 Record by Larry Kelle
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    Neirad for June 22, 1978

    • General Assembly Officers Elected by Bill Waggener
    • Burwell, Pepi, Rallo to Finish Careers at DHS
    • Guest Editorial: Outsiders Limiting DHS Students
    • Asaro, Davis, Herbert Among Departing Faculty
    • Student Reveals Lighter Side of ‘Born Winners’ by Tony Shanahan
    • Tips for the College-Bound Seniors by Jamie MacKenzie
    • Observer Rates Junior-Senior Prom by John Reichart
    • Male Trackstars #1 in FCIAC by Jeff Billings
    • Awards, Captains, MVP’s Named at Spring Banquet by Bill Waggener
    • Softballers Lament: Wait ‘Til Next Year by Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Court Crew Cops Crown by Jeff Billings
    • Girls Run to Track Championship, Stretch County Streak to 26 Straight by Gail Bruggemeyer
    • DHS’s Special Athletes Compete in Olympics
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    Neirad for October 4, 1978

    • Robbins States Goals, Policies for ’78-’79 By Bill Wagener
    • General Assembly Officers Start Year By Pete Croncota
    • Changes Around In Various Rules By JoAnne Kelley
    • New Faculty Additions at DHS; Fourteen Fill Vacant Positions By Kip Hashagen and Cathy Singer
    • Counciling Duo Offers Youth Option By Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Darien Indian Festival Nears By Linda Armstrong
    October 26 1978

    Neirad for October 26, 1978


    Neirad for November 22 1978

    Neirad for November 22, 1978

    • SAT’s On Board January Agenda; Local Citizen To Offer Presentation – Bill Waggener
    • Vandals On The Prowl – Pete Croncota
    • Thanksgiving Number 357 The Great Harvest Munch – Glenn Heitsmith
    • Letters to the Editor – Glenn Heitsmith, Pam Drugge, and Tom Raue
    • DHS Trackster Jogs With Author ‘Running’ Fixx – Mark Blackwell
    • DHS’s ‘Babes In Arms’ A Success – Lisa Leatham
    • Gymnasts Champions – Mark Seavy
    • Gridders Victory – Doug Page
    • Joggers Finish Second in FCIAC – John Marion
    • Girl Tracksters Twelfth in LL – Pam Drugge
    • Spikers Go To States – Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Booters Eliminated In 2nd Round – Gail Bruggemeyer

    December 21 1978

    Neirad December 21, 1978

    • DHS Parking Citations Said Null And Void – Greg Burns
    • Loughran Elected To Replace Dr. Porter – Rick Richardson and Tom Walsh
    • In Case Of A Disaster; Do Not Panic, Repeat – Peter Croncota
    • Foreign Students Share First American Christmas – Glenn Heitsmith
    • 1978: A Mixed Year For Movies – Kip Hashagen
    • Alumnus Shares University Life: Offers Personal Perspectives, Experiences – John Reichart
    • Burkhardt Elected to State Library Conference – Kathy Evans
    • Hoopsters Look to Better Season; Entire Varsity Team Returning – Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Grapplers Have Potential to Win – Rick Richardson and Tom Walsh
    • New Swim Coach Is Optimistic – Nelson Ehinger Jr.
    • Gymnasts Year Looks Promising New Members Exhibit Potential – Kathy Evans
    • Pucksters Drop To Arch Rival – Grisy Smith
    • Hoopsters Face Tough Competition – Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Lindy, Sats, Suds Lead Winter Tracksters – Pam Drugge
    • Fall Sports Banquet A Big Success – Gail Bruggemeyer
    • ‘Big W’ Ranks No. 1 Sportscaster – Rick Richardson and Tom Walsh


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    Neirad for February 9, 1979

    • China – U.S. Relations Recalled by Mary Metayer
    • Seniors Graduate at Mid-Year – Viviane Carley
    • Ms. Marshall Granted One of Two Darien Sabbaticals – Jennifer Eckrich
    • Student Voices Problem For Earlybirds – Nelson Ehinger
    • On Becoming a Second Semester Savant – Tony Shanahan
    • Senior Tells Up’s and Down’s of Shopping for a College – Peter Croncota
    • Tangled Teachers Trust Audio-Visual – Glenn Heitsmith
    • Small School Demands Big Work – John Tibbetts
    • Alumni Relate College “As It Is” – Linda Armstrong
    • Great Books Attracts Many – Lisa Evers
    • Fewer X-Periods Diminish Communicatiosn – Joanne Kelley
    • ‘Nutcracker’ Plays Over in Student’s Memory – Rosemary Keane
    • Fundraising Prospers – Pam Drugge
    • Speaker Search – Kathy Evans
    • Gymnasts Overcome Hardships – Kathy Evans
    • Tracksters Four Year Reign Ends - Pam Drugge
    • Hockey Team Wins Three To Stay On Top Of FCIAC East Division – Doug Page
    • Hoopsters Defeat Arch Rival – Linda Armstrong
    • Boy Cagers Hoping For States – Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Swimmers Remain Undefeated – Nelson Ehinger Jr.
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    Neirad for March 28, 1979

    • High School to Hold First Shakespeare Festival by Claire Keating
    • Action is GA Problem by Kathy Evans
    • Principal Reviews Good and Bad at Press Conference by Jay McMahon
    • New Schedule Announced by Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Survey Shows Some Students Study by Steve Olsen and John Marion
    • 308 Presents ‘Taming of the Shrew’ by Pam Drugge
    • Bike Race and Lottery Highlight World Week by John Roney
    • Swimmers Clinch Fourth by Nelson Ehinger Jr.
    • Hoopsters Just Miss State Tournament by John Marion
    • Trackettes Expect Excellence by Bruch MacBain
    • Wrestlers Gain Division Title by Gail Bruggemeyer
    • Tennis Team Tries to Retain State Title by John Neeson
    • Rebuilding Season Ahead for Girls Softball Team by Doug Page
    • Seven Wavers Qualify, Retain State Title by Pam Drugge
    • Pucksters Runner-Up in FCIAC, Bow to Hamden in State Tourney by John Neeson
    • Surpries State Win for Girls Indoor Track by Pam Drugge
    • Cindermen Courting Counties by George Zengo
    • Diamond Dudes Will Try Their Darnedest by Bruce MacBain
    • Dedication and Determination Prove Dynamic for Lyndel by Gail Bruggemeyer
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    Neirad for April 1, 1979

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    Neirad for June 8, 1979

    • Student Protest Leads to Traffic Re-Route by Doug Page and Greg Burns
    • Tu-Tu and Two Schools Not Too Much for Sophomore by Molly Telcott
    • Seniors to Receive Diploma June 15 by Judy Lemmis
    • Fewer N.C.’s Given This Year by Kathy Evans
    • Officers Elected to GA by Lisa Wetzell
    • Do We Have the Potential To Be a Progressive School?
    • Science Fiction Affects the Future
    • Mediators Eyes Opened Transcendentally by Greg Burns and Glenn Heltsmich
    • Lodge: Multi-Mediums by Andrew Fernon
    • Saturday? No It’s Thursday Night Live by Pam Drugge
    • Rosic Leads Wave Nine by Josh Marrion
    • Netters Again Qualify For State Tourney by Josh Neeson
    • Satterley Leads Track Team to Winning Record by Doug Page
    • Tough Road Ahead for Trackettes by Bruce Macraei
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    Neirad for October 3, 1979

    • Robbins States Goals in Delayed Address by Nelson Ehniger, Jr.
    • Ten Students Go Abroad for Summer with AFS/YFU by Doug Page
    • Medical World Baffled by Outbreak of “Sophomorism” by Phil van Munching
    • AFS/YFU Students Add Foreign Touch to DHS by Allison Dutfield
    • New Faces Abound in Faculty, Staff by John Neeson
    • Critic Reviews Two Lemons by Mark Gleason
    • CAP Seeks Students by Vivianne Carley
    • Spirit Keeps Girls Running by Tom Daly
    • Kim Eckrich Excels as Swimmer by Kathy Evans
    • Hockettes Show Promise by Kathy Evans
    • Offensive Talents Abounds on Strong Soccer Team by Brent Eigelberner
    • Experience Makes Gridmen Competitive by Doug Page
    • My Very Own Column by Bruce MacBain
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    Neirad for November 9, 1979

    • Homecoming Celebrations of the ‘70s by Allison Duffiled

    • School Fuel Costs up, conservation needed by Nelson Ebinger Jr.

    • Bloodmobile established at DHS by Sue Reats

    • Should Athletes take PE?
      Open Campus Discussed by Vincent LaVersa

    • The Dining Car Rated “Very Good” by J. McMahon

    • Concert for “Boat People” by Linda Armstrong

    • Guide to Buying Wine n’ Cheese by Burna Flippo

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    Neirad for December 20, 1979

    • Tidal Wave Captures Class L State Title by Doug Page
    • DHS Tops County in SAT’s by Linda Armstrong
    • Holiday Spirit Grows in Christmas Concert by Rachel Murray
    • Christmas Tree Sales to Benefit Seniors by Pam Drugge
    • Jacobs on Semester Leave; Will Write Book No. 18 by Mike Moran and Mark Seavy
    • Reviewer Applauds Season First: 308’s ‘Two Gentlemen of Verona’ by Pam Drugge
    • Kramer vs. Kramer: An Affecting Drama by Phil Van Munching
    • Neirad Recaps a Time of War, a Time of Scandal, a Time of Peace by John Neeson
    • Shoji Toots in All-American Band by Sue Reals
    • The 70’s: A Decade in Film by Mark Gleason
    • ACLU Threatens to Censor  Carols by Sandy Winship
    • Russian Virtuoso Adds Talent to DHS by John Hornbostel