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The original cast had record-spinner Casey Kasem voicing the character of Shaggy.
(Don Messick was Frank Welker was Fred, Nicole Jaffe was Velma, and Stefanianna Christopherson was Daphne.) If all of the above seems a bit hard to wade through, I offer what it boils down to: the Scooby-Doo gang were not conceived as representations of typical students of particular colleges — instead, its four human members were originally modeled on corresponding characters from the 1960s TV show The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, and the canine character was elevated from a non-speaking bongo-playing pet into the star of the show when the focus of the cartoon shifted to place greater emphasis on comedy.
For background on this story, read this report from the Union Leader.
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Such tales bestow (at least in the minds of the students) certain bragging rights and thus tend to be embraced as fact rather than questioned.
“My school is special because …” claims tend to concentrate on physical aspects of the campus (e.g., that certain buildings were through an architect’s blunder built backwards or that particular items of statuary will do strange things when a virgin walks by, or that a dorm is haunted by the ghost of a who killed herself or was murdered there) or posturings about the proclivities of the student body (e.g., that the particular college being boasted about was at one time named Playboy’s top party school).
The five teens had become four: Geoff and Mike were melded into the composite character Ronnie (later rechristened Freddie Jones as an homage to Fred Silverman, then director of daytime programs at Kelly was renamed Daphne Blake, Linda was redubbed Velma Dinkley, and W. was given the new name of Norville “Shaggy” Rogers. That iteration was judged by network executives as too scary for its intended audience of youngsters, so the show’s concept was consequently retooled: the rock band idea was dropped, and the focus of the show shifted to highlight comic interactions between the characters and to play down its more frightening aspects.
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The explanation for this phenomenon is generally attributed to the show’s creator being an alumnus of one of those schools, usually UMass.
With almost no variation, the cartoon characters and colleges are matched up this way: series came about, an evolution of a concept that puts paid to the notion that the five familiar characters are representations of what somebody regarded as the typical student attending each of the Five Colleges.
Our sources have told us the shooting victim, who was shot in the neck and did not survive, was part of a drug deal gone bad.