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  1. I worked at Laskys on Saturdays for a while and just thought about Luke Weiss as a story about Broadmarsh Center in the New York Times made me think about Notts. I was there in 1975 and part of 1976. We used to go to a pub across the way early for toasted sandwiches and beer early. Luke was a real character. He loaned his MG to Graham quite often. Fun to think back. Many names on your list took me back. Hank was a good mate. Blasting music from upstairs to sell speakers for their bass.
  2. I was at the Becket in the early 1970s. Engineer and others above got it pretty much right. Some adds and a few repeats: Mr. Harrington, Physics and a much younger Physics teacher whose name eludes me -- Mr. Moore? Fr. Aquinas wasn't the partially deaf Bio teacher it was another man... his name escapes me but he was bald, tall and I remember a nickname "Shiner" -- Mr. Mollison? Vic Taylor for history -- he left and went to Christ the King comp. Mr Rayner (short term) for history. Ken Fearon for Greek (and chess) Mick Turney for Latin Brian Quinn for