Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1973
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THIS WASN'T THE YEAR
This was the year that wasn't. lt wasn't the year for McGovern.
It wasn't the year for the Patriots for the Tigersj. lt wasn't the year
for New England skiing. It wasn't the year for no-school an-
nouncements. And it wasn't the year for our move to the new
But this was a year of innovations at NHS. Sophomores were
finally granted open campus. The Riley House Project followed
the 'Barry House Project idea and Beals House offered a new and
different second semester option for seniors. Several depart-
ments expanded to incorporate new electives. Free 7:30 A.M. bus
transportation was provided for students. Drivers Education was
finally computerized. Bagels were introduced to the cafeteria
menu, edging Beals House out of the business. The SFA under-
went its first turnover and survived a second year.
We thought the Class of '73 would be the first to graduate from
the new school, but we'll have to settle for the last from the old.
We're just wondering whether the donuts will be color-coded
by house next year.
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William Backer - Administrative ASSJSTGFIT Atwood P. Dunham, Jr. - Assistant to the Principal
Richard M. Adams - Housemaster - Beals House
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Patricia L. Robertson
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Mary M. MacDonald
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Mary F. Russo Ruth Morse
Margaret M. Sadler
Charlotte M. O'Hara
Patricia R. Caira Marne T Kenney Florence Taplan
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Ariel 23 ,fears as Head of the Guidance Department Robert
H. Mitchell is retiring. During his career at Newton he built up
the counseling staff from four to fourteen counselors. Under
his leadership the department became one of the firest in the
country and attracted the support of the Howard G."
School of Education which used Newton as a center for it
counselor-training programs. Another of Mr. Mitchell's efforts
was the establishment of the country's first high school Career
Mr, Mitchell has been an educator with deep social con-
cerns and an unusual warmth and affection for people. He
participated in many community projects, notably Fair Hous-
ing. No teacher or student ever found him too busy to listen
or to help. He was kind to everyone and always gave his coun-
selors encouragement. support and constructive criticism,
allowing them to be free to develop their own style and shape
their own contribution.
Robert Mitchell loved Newton High School and served it
with ususual devotion and professional skill. We wish him a
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Robert H. Mitchell - Head of Department
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Dorinthe B. Sacks
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Florine S. Borden George E. Bower
Mary I. Lanigan - Head of Department George W. Bresnahan
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Selma L. Crevoshay - Tutorial Program Thomas A. DePeter
Lamoine E. Boyle
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Edythe Mary Avery - Speaking and Listening
Robert M. Depnoure
Dixie S. Livingston
Norman M. Walker
In our three years at Newton High
School the English Department has
undergone significant change in its
initiation of electives into the curricu-
lum ranging from Propaganda Tech-
niques to Art and the Technique of
Film. Consequently, obtaining English
credits has become a much more en-
joyable experience for many people.
Under the direction of Miss Lanigan,
the English Department is the largest
offering more choices than any other
Florence E. Williams Thayer S. Warshaw
Michael pg papa Barbara C. Killion - Reading
Helen F. Smith Roy L. Montague
Miriam B. Sargon Sheila T. Mahoney
Charles J. Sykes Donald Fl. Wiener
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John P. Fernandes
John D. Harper Dorothy Evans
Barbara L. Katz John S. Harris
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Noel G. Evans Jill L. Parrish
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John M. Harrer
Susan M. Fahey
Mary Gianferante was a devoted
teacher for many years in the Newton
System at Ward, Day, and Newton
High Schools. Her involvement as Se-
nior Class Advisor and Chairman of
the Scholarship Committee are some
examples of her dedication to the en-
tire high school community. Miss Gian-
ferante was an exceptional teacher.
Her teaching skills and talents re-
flected her total personality. Her spirit,
vivaciousness and conviviality brought
love, warmth and friendship to all with
whom she came in contact.
When you met Mary G. at school,
your day was happier, your teaching
or learning was more rewarding, just
because she said, "Good Morning"
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Jean A. Degnon Virginia Cox
Mary Louise Waters - Head of Department
Richard A. Clark
Franklin E. Davis
Russell C. Steinert Maria L. Vallone
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Bonjour Madame Ebb, comment vas -tu?
Tres bien, merci. Pourquoi n'es-tu pas alle au laboratoire hier?
No comprend. Flepita, por favor.
Es gefallt mir nicht.
G'd'yeh oo-bohr-nah-yah? Poh-kah-zhee-t'yeh m'n'yeh.
Nicht so schnell
Non, Vous devez rester ici.
Au revoir, Madame Ebb. Ergo sum!
Richard V. Rude
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John M. D'Agnese
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John M. Livingston - Head of Department Kit Ober
Paula M. Evans
Ernest A. Wight, Jr.
Edward V. W. Rossiter
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Howard L. Ferguson
Michael A. Morris
Justine K. Uritam
ldon't remember if I cried
When l read about his widowed bride
But something touched me deep inside
The day Western Tradition died.
Yes, "Trash', is dead. The Social Studies Department killed
him. Gone are the ancient Sumerians, the artichoke hearts,
and the long blades of summer grass.
"Gad, what reckless temerity!" you might say. You wonder,
"Will U.S. History be next?" And what about Humanities?"
But then you pause to reflect. You remember that history is
change, and that change makes life worthy of recording. This
thought makes the blow of death a little easier to take. As you
walk up the rickety stairs of Berman House you feel as though
2000 years of past history are ready and able to help you cope
with any Future Shock.
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W. Eugene Ferguson - Head of Department Jo Ellen Crisafulli
Richard A. Mackler
Carol A. Felsinger Rose H. Ford
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Kathleen A. Hollowell
'Raymond D. Stephens, Jr.
Philip C. Bowman
Annette R. Carpenter
Sharon L. Senk
Although there are those who cringe
at the very mention of the word math,
there are also those who say that math
has it all over the other subjects.
Consider these advantages:
1. Instead of getting a row of letter
grades, you get a cumulative point
total. But if you are incompetent in
math you won't be able to figure out
just how badly you are doing, a definite
2. When asked to produce homework,
a hastily scribbled piece of paper with
the words, "I didn't understand it" is all
that is needed.
3. Lastly and most importantly, the
answers are in the back of the book for
those who don't find the solutions as
easy as Pi.
Charles T. Ryan, Jr.
Diane S. Asnis
Frank J. D'Agostino
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Lynne C. Freeman
Experiments must be reproducible -
they should fail the same way.
Rachel R. Sheridan
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Jacob M. Skilken - Head of Department
A record of data is useful - than
it indicates that you have been working. A it
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Gretchen H. Ainley Howard A. Spielman
If some is good -
More is better
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Christopher A. Jones Deborah A. Gerstein
Harold A. Wiper
Old chemists never die
- they just fail to react
George F. Martins
Experience gained is directly proportional
to the amount of equipment ruined.
David H. Belmarsh D. MOHIQOVTTGVY WSHS
Karen Fi. Simat
Stuart Raymond Rist
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Robert Edward Malone
If it bites and scratches - it's biology
lf it stinks and pops - it's chemistry
If it doesn't work - it's physics
And if you can't tell - it's mathematics.
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Ruth E. Hansen
The law of "the too solid
In any collection of DATA,
the figure that is most ob-
all need of checking-is
Corollary I-No one whom
you ask for help will see it
Corollary II - Everyone
who stops by with un-
sought advice will see it
John F. Milne David E. Geikie
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Barry G. Howland Armando S. Rossi
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Vollin B. Wells - Head of Department
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Rudolph J. Satlak
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John B. Meyer
Mildred J. Caram
Mary H. Machakos
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Mildred Grosser Alison J. Kenney
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Sarah T. Ismail John J. Callahan
Catherine W. Ward Dorothy G. Shriber
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Martha Williams Thomas R. Schaefer Ronald L. Barndt
Kathleen M. Henighan Carolyn R. Woodbury
There are some things in life which never change.
Band, orchestra, and chorus rehearsals are time-
tested examples of this axiom. Walk down to room
2001 any C, D, or F block and youfll hear anything
from rigid classical to not-so-rigid contemporary
music. Soothing assonances, as well as disquieting
dissonances twhatever those arel greet you at the
door as you enter the crowded room. In fact, it is then
that you realize what a musical sardine would feel like.
Trumpets blare, people chatter, clarinets squeak, and
you begin to wonder whether this is a country club or
a classroom. But alas, you are put at ease when Mr.
Gardner or Mr. Smith mounts the podium. Rehearsal
is now in session. The music begins and if you ignore
the flat saxaphones you become truly amazed at the
unified sound which is produced. Looking around the
room, you see that the Baritone Sax player is slouched
back in his chair with his legs crossed. Trying to get
the most out of what you are listening to, you find your-
self grateful for the directors pungent reminders that
'piano' means soft and that little dots over the notes
mean that the notes should be separated.
The concert is three days away, and you are too
much of a realist to think that you can understand all
the mechanics ofthe works just by sitting through the
next 15 rehearsals. Fortunately ingenuity triumphs -
you run next door to Mr. Lasker's room for a crash
course in Music Appreciation and Theory combined!
Raymond W. Smith Henry Lasker
Jerry Y. Gardner
Art is an intellectual and an emotional
recording of an attitude or an experience pre-
sented in a personal manner. The visual arts
are concerned with the creative handling of
lines, textures, shapes, colors and space in
materials such as paint, stone and wood. Ulf
an artist wishes to see beauty, he has the
powerto create it!"
l-le has the ability to create grotesque,
humorous. or truly pathetic things-"VVhat-
ever lies in the universe-in essence or
imagination-he has first in his mind and
then in his hand." Through its own emotional
language, art speaks to our sensibilities. lifting
us up to those regions of the imagination in
which reality is touched and perception is
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Michael J. Zolli
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Dorothy Nabseth Miriam F. Abrahams Eg:,V3rrt?nZ'n?eatty - Head of
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Orrin M. Brawn - Head of Department Charles E. Day
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Patrick S. Nicolas
Mother, Drillrnaster, Teacher,
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Counselor, Locksmith, Fashion
No, this isn't a list of an ama-
teur football team's members.
Nor is it a list of guests present
at a recent spring banquet.
Then what is it?
lt is a list of all the things that
a gym teacher must be, at one
time or another.
Yes, the phys. ed. instructor
must be more than just physi-
cally fit, He or she must be able
to appease both the unknowing
sophomore and the uppity sen-
ior while dodging oncoming
tennis balls and taking atten-
dance. Besides making sure
that each Newton High School
student has an action-packed
V2 year, the gym teacher must
also stay at school until all
hours of the night to train and
coach the sports teams.
lt's a rough lite, but in the end,
dedication and satisfaction tri-
umph over all. fEven if the
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Mrs. Barbara Kiliion
Mr. Richard Mechem
Mr. Manson Hall
Mr. Franklin Davis
Judy Wyman Mr. Scott Guild
Mary Pendergast Mrs. Diane Handspicker
ialternatel Mr. John Livingston
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The Barry House Project, for those of you who are
not familiar with it, is not a newly founded drug-treat-
ment clinic, nor a low-income housing development.
Rather, the Project is the successful fulfillment of an
idea born four years ago to the happy "parents" of
Barry House's faculty members, past and present.
The Project is an independent unit within the frame-
work of the regular High School. It encompasses a
total of 350 students from all three curricula and
diverse socio-economic backgrounds, 18 teachers
and counselors, who are provided the opportunity to
learn and work together as a community for the three
years that a student spends in the school. The Proj-
ect's goals, as expressed by teachers as well as stu-
dents, are to humanize our educational process and
create a healthier atmosphere for learning.
The Project allows for a channel of communication
and rapport between students and faculty, and among
their own. With this new relationship of eased tension,
a feeling of belonging and recognition is further devel-
oped in various ways such as "Concentration Days"
fschool days allocated for the pursuit of individual
interests outside of the school environment in groups
composed of both students and teachersl and the
Barry House Project Players who have produced and
directed their excellent production of See How They
Though all of the Project's goals and ideals which
were set forth four years ago have not been accom-
plished, the Barry House Project's positive effects and
uniqueness make for a superior academic and social
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"Start by admitting from cradle to tomb isn't that long
a stay. .
Some left feeling a bit nostalgic for the gusto of
the Cabaret era, while others left contemplating the
morality of the decadent thirties, but everyone left
Newton High School auditorium knowing that Caba-
ret had been a fantastic success.
From the sequins and spangles to the Hsprache-
fuhlen" of the cast members, Cabaret had a contagi-
ous charm and chill.
Under the fine direction of Ray Smith and student
director Lindsay Dyett the play emerged from cryptic
words on a script to an exciting and intense drama.
Jerry Gardner and the enthusiastic Newton High
School Orchestra added an extra dimension to the
dazzling show numbers as did the superb choreog-
raphy of Richard Sosny. The flexibility and profes-
sional polish ofthe set design by Al Hurwitz and Flay
Smith aided by the invaluable talents of Stanley
Gardner's Stage Crew, illuminated the entire stage
and gave everything an aura of pizazz.
The auditorium of Newton High School is being
made ready for another production now and hardly a
remnant of Cabaret remains, but for all those who
were fortunate enough to experience Cabaret its
memory will always be very much there.
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ln October, the Music Department
presented its annual Harvest Fest
Concert, the first concert of the year
in which all performing groups par-
One of the highlights of this year's
concert featured the orchestra and
concert choir in an elaborate perform-
ance of the Circus Band by Charles
Ives. The spirited music began as the
choir sang while marching down the
aisles. Gymnasts performed on tram-
polines behind the orchestra, as
clowns demonstrated various tricks of
magic in the aisles, creating a vivid
Selections from Godspell were
sung, along with pieces by Jagar,
Hanson and Erikson, played by the
Not only was the music demonstra-
tive of capable musicians and vocal-
ists. but the off-stage attractions con-
tributed to this unique performance.
lt was appreciated by one of the
largest audiences present at a school
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Music Department held its an-
nual Winterfest concert. fea-
turing the orchestra and
chorus in a fine performance
of Handel's "Messiah" The
guest soloists were Hazel
O'Donnell, soprano, and Fran-
cis Hester, bass.
The orchestra played the
Bach Brandenburg Concerto
No. 4, with recorder and violin
soloists and also part of Mo-
zart's Symphony No. 40.
The smaller vocal ensem-
bles sang works by such com-
posers as Debussy, Hassler,
and Pinkham, some of which
were conducted by the stu-
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Co-captain Amy Jacobs, Hildy Fentin,
Robin Robinson. Second Row: Paula
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Faye Fentin, Shelley Miller, Debbie
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Frank Bodengraven, Phil Auslander, Chris Hall, Tim Thorman, David Woolf, Dale Syphers,
Howard Frant, Gail Syphers, Mlle. LaCachee, Priscilla Lepera, Lissa Gilbert, Julie Brown,
Joan Laine, Nancy Pfund.
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pino Era Thomas, Gerry Terranova, Richard DiBona, Jo-
anne Pueeo J-Janne Gordon. John Malgieri. Donna En- r
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Rosemarie Webber. Ethel Boyd, Sarah Noll, Joanne l
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Clark, Andy Langer, EI Cadel, Helen Fuchs.
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Howard Clayman, Larry Horlick, Daniel Freedman, Isabel Marcus, Fran Harrison, Peter
Granoff, Irene Lerner, Bruce Miller, Erietla Deligiannides, David Regal, Pam Pollen, Liora
Auslander, Ida Codington. Eva Thomas. Julia Malakie, Lisa Noonan. Andrea Baker, Doug
Silver, David Friedman, Judy Austin. Mark Hauser, Bhonda Birnbaum. Judy Gondelman,
Nick Wilson, David Birnbaum, Elaine Wilson, Karen Engelbourg, David Fishkind, Mr. Lucien
Weisbrod. Missing: Susan Blank, Carol Ficksman, Howard Frant, Diane Levy, Mimi Thurman,
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Costa, David Goldberg, David Cain. Down the stairs: Mike Mitchell, Louie Aswad, Gwen
Payne, Tim Thorman, Joanne D'Agostino, Judy Curby, Kenny Dews, Lee-Ann McGonagle
Amy Ludwin, Amy Lewis, Mr, Stanley Gardner. Missing: David Misch, Bob Gianopoulos
David Kaplan. Cheryl Trentholm. Casey Eagle, Ken Bresler, Bob Dickey, Carla Petievich
Lisa Zimmer, Ron Hendrickon, Paul Malloy, Kathy Boates.
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This page, top right: Advisor Mr. Rossi. Middle left: Photography Editor
Scott Saroffi Middle right: Girls' Sports Editor Erietta Deligiannides. Bottom
left and right: Assistant Photography Editors Steve Hindman and Jeffrey
Stern. Opposite page, top left: Editor-in-Chief Barbara Galton and Assistant
Editor Jeffrey Sudikoff, Top right: Data Editor Susan Schofield. Bottom leftz
Boys' Sports Editor Bill Steinberg. Bottom right: Layout Editor Debbie
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Tnis page. top rignt: Business Manager Randy Wilson, Middle left: Publicity and
Art Editor Gary Stone, Middle rignti Art Editor Mark Herleney. Bottom left: Copy
Editor Mary Barry. Bottom right: Circulation Manager Marcia Ross selling Mr.
Rossi first 1973 Newtonian. Opposite page. top lelt: Business Manager Susan
Loitnerstein Middle lelt and rignt: Advertising Managers Robin Robinson and
Amy Mandelstam. Bottom left and middle: Literary Editors Rochelle Leeder
and Jon Glotzer. Bottom rignt: Publicity Manager Ellen Karsh.
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Coordinator Ilene Silber-
berg, Top right Music Editor
Marcia Salamoff. Middle left:
Barry House Project Editor
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Advertising Staff: Mark Hauser, Amy Mandelstam iManageri, Julie Gianino, Robin Robinson
iManageri, Rhonda Gross, Casey Eagle.
Circulation Staff: Marcia Ross iManageri, Debbie Stone, Rhonda Tobin, Linda Spitzberg,
Franny Galvagno, Kate Scott.
Layout Staff: Debbie Kendall iEditorJ, Marie Carton, Carol Shapiro, Sara Data Staff: Susan Schofield iEditori, Mary Barry, Mimi Thurman, Gail
Matloff- Goldberg, Mark Kaplan.
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Opposite page, top right: Budgetary Manager Geoffrey
Thompson and Business Manager Chris Toomey. Bottom left:
Photography Editor Steven Silin, Bottom right: Feature Editor
Emily Yoffe. This page, top left: Editor-in-Chief Steve Russo,
Top right: Managing Editor Laurie Rubin, Bottom left: News
Analysis Editor Howard Frant.
This page, top right: News Editor Joan Stecker. Bottom left:
Freelance Coordinator Richard Rand. Bottom right: Sports
Editor David Cutler.
The newspaper of Newton High School, Newtonville, Mass. 02160. Founded in 1922 to report school events,
to publish student opinion, to serve as a record, and to comment on our times. Published sixteen times
throughout the school year at 20c per issue or 53.00 per yearly subscription. Printed by offset.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Steven Russo MANAGING EDITOR Laurie Rubin
NEWS ANALYSIS EDITOR
NEWS ANALYSIS STAFF
SPO RTS E DITOR
CA RTOON ISTS
Ms Veronica Tucker
BUDGETARY MANAGE R
CORRESPONDENCE MANAGE R
Ms Jo Ellen Crrsafulli
Trying to revitalize itself after setbacks from
the year before, Newton High's art and litera-
ture magazine, Thoughtprints, again faced the
perennial problems of lack of funds and liter-
Since Thoughtprints, like public television,
does not accept advertisements, another
method of raising revenue was successfully
implemented this year. After choosing new
staff members in October, the magazine initi-
ated a subscription service for members of the
Newton community. In return for a contribu-
tion of S1 or more to the magazine, Thought-
prints was hand-delivered to patrons free of
Reorganization of the literary staff, as well
as several publicity campaigns among English
teachers as well as students, helped Thought-
prints to noticeably increase its volume of sub-
mitted pieces over the year before. Communi-
cation among the entire staff of the magazine
was greatly improved by both the Thought-
prints homeroom t335l and periodic gripe
sessions which were held throughout the year.
As we move into the new building, Thought-
prints is hoping to broaden its base within the
school community. Two goals for the future
are the printing of more issues per year and
the sponsoring of art-related events in the new
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Literary Staff, First Flow: Vincent Stanton, Patty Low lCo-editori, Judie Bronstein, Second Bow:
Norman Wu, Tony Krebs lCo-editorj, Nancy Pfund, Jennifer Barber. Missing: Susan Buchs-
baum, Julie Williams, Ann Miller.
Art Staff: Gail Syphers iEditori, David Regal, Sue Smith, Lori Levine, Bill Lief, Melanie Baker.
Business Staff: First row: Marco Mishler, Daniel Naiman iCo-managerl, Second row: Ann
Hochberg iCo-managerl, Joan Mannix, Judy Keleher, Louise Leif, Lisa Schneider, Rachel
Teplow, Judi Harding.
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Ken Fremont-Smith. Top: Gary Stone.
"You might look on this book as a kind of consumers guide to
NHS. All sophomores receive Orange Books but few read them. We
have tried to make this book something that can be used.
"We will enter the new school next year. Wherever possible we
have included information for the new school along with that for
the old school.
"Because the format of the Orange Book has been changed so
much, it is quite probable that we have left something out. We sin-
cerely apologize for any errors we have committed, and hope we
will be forgiven for any oversights. Suggestions and comments will
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Co-Capt. Jay Tutungian, Co-Capt. Ken Billings, Ron Wilson, Jim
Shaw, Dave Egelson, Ed Beckler. Second Row: Tom Durkin, Tony
D'Amico, Dick Ready, Norm Sementelli, Jerry Wilensky, John Lat-
tanzio, Dave Donalds, Dave Boyajian, Rick Snyder. Third Row: Bob
Hoover, Lee Levison, Pete McKay, Mark Connolly, Pete Dion, Bob
Arabian, Mark DeWolfe, Brian Pendergast, Don Keefe. Fourth Row:
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Row: Ed Hartunian, John Connolly, Marshall Frechette, Pete Ber-
quist, Kevin Russo, Mark Riley, Mark Frechette, Brian Vallely. Sixth
Row: Kevin Gudejko, Pete Crane, Steve Berkowitz, Paul Winnick,
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The bid of the Girls' Field Hockey team to
capture first place in the Suburban League fell
a point short. They came in second with an
overall record of 10-2-1.
The team was the best that Newton High has
ever produced. Although the season started
out slow, the Tigers soon picked up the pace
and ended the season with an eight game win-
ln all of their thirteen games, the girls
played outstanding hockey. The offense
scored an average of two goals per game,
while the defense only allowed three goals to
be scored against all season.
A high point in the '72 season was when the
Tigers beat Arlington, their toughest competi-
tors, on Friday the 13th.
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The Newton High Soccer Team had
a very good year, not as good a year as
the 1971 booters had, but a season
that our school can be proud of.
Led by coach Michael Buzzi and his
assistant, Bernard Flanagan, the NHS
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rolling over seven opponents before
losing to a pesky Medford team. They
continued to dominate the league be-
fore losing to BC. High in mid-October
and once again to Medford a week
They entered the playoffs against
Nauset in very good shape, but went
down to a tough, but not very decisive
defeat, losing 1-O.
That was the end of the season for
the Orange and Blacks.
Coach Buzzi was pleased with his
team, notably star players Vincent
ifleglio. Larry Antonellis, and Phil
Kurinsky, whom he praised as being
l-lefeltthe whole soccerteam played
very well considering the loss of many
outstanding players from the previous
We had a very exciting and honor-
able team and they did Newton High
School iustice by making a fine show-
ing in the Suburban League.
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Hamilton Fisher, Paul Vasselotti, Ted Tocci. Second Ftow: Bill Michael Buzzi, Gary Shabanian, Gabor Korthy, Frank Boden-
Finn, Steve Hindman, Steve Bergin, Paul Cronin, Steve Forte, graven, Rudy Viscomi, David Cutler, Brad Schiff, Coach Ber-
Steve Blaur, Steve James. Third Row: Bill Bertrand Johnn nard Flana an.
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Cross Country is one of the most
physically and mentally demanding
schoolboy sports. The members of the
Nl-lS cross country team ran many
miles each day to train for their meets.
They did this without the fanfare of the
other athletic teams.
Led by co-captains Peter Wrenn and
Gary Goolkasianthc1973 cross coun-
try team compiled a regular season
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Steve Forte. Keith Glasser. Second Row: Ed Beckler, Wayne Nichols, Mark Wasserman
Bernie Hinteregger, Peter Laskaris, Bob Watson. Coach Jerry Phillips.
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season, tying for first place in the Suburban
The team possessed height and talent in all-
league players Peter Laskaris, Eddie Beckler
and Bernie Hinteregger. Co-captain Brian
Pendergast was called the man who "con-
trolled the floor" with his excellent outside
shooting. Other players who must be given
recognition are Kenny Billings, Coecaptain
Danny Curtis, and Ron Wilson. Coach Jerry
Phillips stated, "This team has the most group
talent l have ever coached in my career."
The team suffered a disappointing setback
in the injury of Pete Laskaris. During his ab-
sence the team lost two important games to
Arlington and Cambridge.
The hoopsters finished well enough to play
in the Tech Tourney against Taunton. After
leading throughout the game they dropped the
decision in the closing seconds with a score
of 64-63. The season ended with a 14-6 overall
record and a 12-4 record in the Suburban
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First Row: Sue Blakely, Sue Laning, Janice Gittens, Janet Applefield, Linda Marengni, Cindy White. Second Row: Mary
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burban League, the girls' basketball team
managed to place fifth, with an overall record
But the 4-6 record does not show the poten-
tial that was shared in the team. In general, the
Tigers started out slow in the games. By the
second half they warmed up and started play-
ing excellent basketball, but were a bit late to
win the game.
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ord, the 1973 Hockey team did have
some bright spots during its season.
With top flight teams, Waltham,
Hingham, and Arlington in the Subur-
ban League, the Tigers were up against
tough competition all season. Against
Waltham the Tigers led 2-1 going into
the third period, but lost the game 4-3.
lt was the same with Hingham. After
holding Hingham to a scorelss tie for
two periods, the Tigers lost 1-O. New-
ton did have a big win, as they de-
feated a fine Brockton team.
Senior Captain Mark Connolly as
well as other seniors Dan Ahern, Ham
Fisher. Dave Rossi, Glenn Ross, Paul
Vassalotti, and Ted Tocci provided
great leadership throughout the sea-
The future should be bright for New-
ton High hockey with many experi-
enced players returning. These players
include high scoring forward Steve
Donovan, and an excellent prospect in
goal, sophomore Joe Steele. The team
looks forward to an improved record
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Dave Rossi, Dan Ahearn, Joe Steele. Second Flow: Jerry Sullivan, Mark Jewett, Dave Chapman,
Steve Donovan, Jim Comeau, Space Connolly, Fran Colantonio, Cal Mollie, Frank Boden-
The top performers and their events were:
The indoor track team did better this year
than most had expected. In the beginning it
was believed that the lack of seniors and the
loss of most of the top runners from last year
would be too great a disadvantage. But the
young team surprised everyone. They easily
beat Arlington and rallied for a great team
effort to knock off Waltham. The three losses
were suffered at the hands of Weymouth
South, Brockton, and Bindge. All of these
meets were close enough to have gone either
way. The team finished with a 5-3 season.
The more memorable events of the indoor
track season were Bob Hoover's second place
finish in the state meet, the relay team beating
Bindge, Peter Waxman losing his shoe while
running the relay, Peter Wrenn forgetting
where the finish was in the two mile, and the
milk and cookies at Exeter Academy.
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captain Jim Shaw, Bob Hoover, Lee Levison, Peter Waxman, Sean
O'Brien. Second Row: Assistant coach Bob Malone, Ralph Gott, Alan
Shocket, Mark Spencer, Richard Raum, Dave Kingsbury, Bob Gross-
man, Dale Syphers, Allen Rubin, Bill Fulton, Joe Marrella, Brian
McCaIIion, Steve Rosenthal, Head coach Lamoine Boyle. Third Row
Jim Averback, Bob Meek, Jim Connolly, Artie Murphy, Gary Tutun
Qian, Ken Tocci, Jeff Caplan, Jon Vitello, Hugh Caplan, Richard Sail
Assistant coach Fred Yaitanes. Missing: John Cardillo. Tom Cardillo
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Until last year Newton High had the
reputation of a good gymnastic team. This
season was a drastic improvement over
last year's record of 2-8, as the team fin-
ished with a 5-6 record. This is the first
step on the way back to the Newton dy-
nasty in the Suburban League.
Although Newton did not place in the
Suburban League by collective meets, they
did place third in the Suburban League
meet by defeating teams they had lost to
during the regular season. The team was
extremely proud of the third place trophy.
lt meant more to them than the individual
ribbons and medals they won during the
Despite the mediocre season, there was
a great deal of team spirit which was ex-
emplified during the Suburban League
meet and throughout the season, in victory
and defeat. "Go wild boys!"
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First Row: Philip Gilbert, Tri-captains Thomas Currier. Andrew Schon, and Frank Giovaninni,
Gerald Wilensky. Robert Collins, Second Row: William O'Halloran. Joseph Benn. Christian
Brown. Richard Connolly. David Donalds. Coach George Jessup. Third Row: Stephen Annessi.
Anthony Webber. Robert Hodgdon. Roderick Marshall, Mitchell Baker, Kevin Gudjko. Fourth
and Fifth Rows' Peter Clancy. Mark DiBenedetti. Thomas Tully, William Walsh, Robert Hersh-
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As last year's State Champions, the girls' gym-
nastic team came back determined to win. And
win they did. They ended their season with an
impressive 7-O record.
The outstanding performance of Margie Magraw
on the beam and in floor exercise was supported
by the excellent performances by Ann Hurwitz and
Mary Pendergast on the uneven bars, Gail Whoris-
key in vaulting, Joanne Green in vaulting and the
beam, Jenny Barber and Nancy Brunswick in floor
exercise. Sophomores Julie Myers and Gail Blauer
prove to be very promising talent for next year.
At present the girl gymnasts are looking forward
to the State Meet and are very optimistic about
returning back to NHS with the State Champion-
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At the beginning of Newton's third
wrestling season, it looked like a
championship was within its grasp.
Almost the entire projected lineup was
experienced and good. There were al-
so good practice facilities at the new
Day Junior High, so gone were the
days of wrestling on thin mats in the
cafeteria or running in zero degree
weather to Cabot School.
However, things didn't go as
planned. People couldn't make their
weights, others quit, and still others
were injured or sick. Only four wrest-
lers competed in all fourteen matches.
Although 9-4-1 was a good record, it
was somewhat disappointing because
in every one of those losses, a few
seconds-a few inches either way
could have made the difference.
The outstanding records on the team
were posted by quiet junior George
Hebard H3-ll, Tony D'Amico H3-ll,
Johnny Womboldt j1O-2-25, Bandy Wil-
son f1O-47, Mike Bates t8-1-3l, and
rambunctious Donny Keefe C9-59.
Co-captains Mark DeWolf t5-4-23
and Dave Egelson t6-65 provided ex-
cellent leadership. Mark wrestled on a
very bad ankle for three-quarters of a
season and 'tEggyl' was not in top
physical condition a good portion of
The highlightof the season occurred
in the post season tournaments. New-
ton placed a strong fifth fonly a few
points out of secondl in the section and
qualified a team record of five wrest-
lers in the state tourney.
First Row: Cliff Brown, ,John Womboldt, Co-captain Dave Egelson, Third Flow: John Monahan, Steve Fiosen, Mike White, Mike Bates,
Co-captain Mark DeVt-olfe, lan Wilson, Tony D'Amico, Donny Steve Flosenblatt, John Jordan, Jim Glick. Fourth Bow: Cliff Cole,
Keefe. Second Flow: Mark Trumbull, George Hebard, Bruce Mc- Marc Bordieri, Doug Pepper, Steve Bibbo.
Nulty, Bobby Keefe, Jeff Wilson, Kevin O'Halloran, Mike Annessi.
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a look at NHS in 1973
Graduating seniors have been to about two
thousand classes while at N.H.S. l sometimes
wonder why kids put up with these endless
ordeals. Possibly it is because classes offer an
orderly refuge from the outside world, but I
would like to suggest that another reason why
students go is because classes are far more
interesting and meaningful places than most
are willing to admit. What makes classes inter-
esting is that often they are like short plays.
The classroom is the stage, the teacher the
protagonist and the lesson the script. Students
are sometimes players, sometimes audiences.
The result, of course, is theater and every-
one knows that theater can be fun. Theater
also offers the possibility for artistic experi-
ence and we are always yearning for art. There
might be the Greek theater of Euripides with
students acting as the chorus, interpreting the
meaning, or as Furies pursuing the teachers'
weaknesses with deadly insight-madly driving
him mad you might say. Or there might be
Theater of The Absurd with students all cheat-
ing on a test while the marijuana smoke from
the lavatory next door hangs heavily in the air
and the teacher, impotent, observes it all and
does nothing. Or there might be Living Theater
with paper gliders flying about in chaos while
a Brandeis Student Teacher with a Superman
Tee shirt chants Yippie slogans. Occasionally
there is the great actor: it might be old Baggy-
weather, the classics teacher, with the weird
sense of humor and the incredible tobacco
stains on his fingersg or sixty year old Miss
Slick lnot THE Miss Slickl who constantly
dreamed of Lord Byron. Whatever the scene,
there was always the possibility that the drama
might touch the realm of the sublime. When
that happened in a poignant way we would
have art. lt might be a moment of glorious in-
sight from work on a poem, it might be a
moment of fury or tenderness or anassertion
of humanity in discussion.
The notion of art as a succinct and vital
possibility sustains our classroom-theaters.
On the stage and in the classroom it is the
same, we are vulnerable and exposed. The
result is that class cannot help but be mean-
ingful from time to time, and it may be that
graduating seniors have learned more than
they think they have. At any rate such a view
of school is becoming a necessity in our tech-
Barry House Theater Group
Although the school divides us by house,
homeroom, and curriculum, we divide our-
selves into little groups commonly known as
cliques. Much has been said, good and bad, in
regard to cliques. Yes, let's face it-they're
here to stay.
ln elementary school the 'tcoolest" clique
was the one in which the boys and girls kissed,
and whose members could stay out later than
9:00 P.lVl. on a Friday night.
ln junior high school everyone was running
to climb the social ladder. Old friends were
abandoned in hopes of being held in higher
esteem. Cliques were great, in that if a boy and
girl went out on Friday night and did more than
hold hands the whole school would know
about it by Monday morning.
Upon reaching high school we are all sup-
posedly suddenly mature, or too immature to
know if we're mature, or too mature to even
think about being mature. In any case we stop
feeling compelled to attach a stigma to cliques.
We now accept cliques as a reasonable force
in our lives. We don't live or die for the people
in our cliques, yet we will give them a certain
amount of consideration when formulating
plans for the weekend.
Being able to drive changes things some-
what. lt is now possible to maintain friends in
other cities and they in turn can become part
of a Newton clique and vice-versa. Very often
the leader in a clique is the one who gets his
license first, but this of course changes
lt is obvious that the people with whom you
have classes are the ones that you see the
most and with whom you probably make
friends. As much as we complain about how we
are divided into groups by tracking we seem to
accept and even like these groups. Within
many classes the students are united against
the teacher and this bond can lead to friend-
ship. Projects, like Barry House and Murray
Road, tend to encourage friendships between
classmates because of the constant contact
Most groups resent being labeled a
"clique." Although the difference between a
group and a clique is negligible, most people
feel that a clique implies dependence upon
Cliques are important at NHS because they
determine what building you hang out in front
of, with whom, and in what condition. As long
as you accept cliques as a way of life, you
won't end up going insane as a result of trying
to cure America's social ills.
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FROM A TEACHER ON BEARING CHILDMEN
Thrustlng into my summer-stale September
Mind, bearing sun-burnt bodies in my room
Smiling sweetly, you proceed to eat me alive -
Like foetuses chewing insideamother's womb,
In my swelling amniotic soul you thrive.
llove-hate you, all my children, inspired
To devour me freely nine months of the year,
Growing large as I hang, until we're tired
And finally break through together in fear.
Then you turn in the tenth month and madly
Suck the last of my strengthg l do not grieve
As l grudgingly give to you gladly
Because, little cannibals, if you did not leave
Me lying in pain in June, l'd die in December
The school secretary is a paraprofessional
person who, under general supervision, en-
gages in office work. She is responsible for
care and accuracy in detail and for individual
judgment in the application of a standardized
routine and compliance with definite instruc-
tions or regulations. She plays an integral part
in the student's school life and tries to bridge
any gap between student- administration -
From the beginning of Newton High School
to its present day she has added to the pres-
tige and growth of the school. Her own role
became more emphatic and more definite in
its nature through the years because educa-
tion in its entirety has taken a definite step up-
wards and outwards. Through the secretary's
helpfulness and tenacity for work she has be-
come invaluable in her role. Teachers can now
spend more time with their students during
class and outside of the classroom because
they can depend on clerical help from the
secretary. Their work is typed, mimeographed
and collated - ready for distribution.
Our school secretary is a warm, gracious,
human and sincere person with an aptitude to
be discreet at all times. She has an intense
desire to help the students in any way at any
time. Parents often rely upon them for guid-
ance in special matters, and it is quite often
that a secretary is called upon to deliver a late
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lunch or get a gym outfit to a student so he
doesn't lose out in his gym class. Sad news and
glad news to student and to parent via the
Many people have posed the question of
why work in a school .. with so many students
it must be noisy - students are boisterous -
teachers are demanding - parents call at in-
convenient times and interrupt you when you
are typing something important. Our answer is
quite simple. This is our kind of life. Students
are noisy because they are young and full of
life. They have many projects going: musicals,
bands, athletic events. Students are full of fun,
talented and with a zest for life and a realistic
urge to jump into adulthood. Teachers are
demanding because they keep up with the
demands of the educational world and their
students' thirst for knowledge. Parents call
when they can -- who has a better right?
All the secretaries join in one loud voice to
proclaim that Newton High is a great and won-
derful place to work. We enjoy our association
with the students. The school has changed
dramatically the last few years and we hope
that we, the secretaries, have maintained our
capabilities as we deal with the teachers, ad-
ministrators, parents, and most of all with the
Once l could tell whether a rock was sedi-
mentary, igneous, or metamorphic. lt was one
of my great junior high school achievements.
But somehow, in the process of getting from
there to here, that prized bit of knowledge was
forgotten. My lasting memories from junior
high include discovering that is was easier to
collect insects by cutting out their pictures
than by mounting the real things, and learning
how to act if suddenly you were aflame, de-
livered with much aplomb by my seventh
grade science teacher whose philosophy was,
don't run, but walk calmly up to a teacher, in-
form him of your plight, and let him roll you
about with a big woolen blanket. I also have
recollections of two films, one was a film on VD
and the other an Air Force film on what to do if
youlre an Air Force pilot who is forced to land
in sub-zero conditions in the wilderness, with-
out any food, plenty of water lalthough frozenl,
and very little shelter. In the first film the delin-
quent high school students repent and every-
thing turns out all right, in the second film the
Air Force pilot is finally rescued, minus several
During mythree years at Newton High I have
learned and forgotten the principal values of
the inverse trigonometric functions, the way
blood clots, the differences between the Car-
petbaggers and the Scalawags, the fourteenth
amendment, the formulas for solid geometry,
the proper uses of the subjunctive, the Populist
Platform of 1896, logarithms, the Sherman
Anti-Trust Act, the uses of vitamins A, B, C, and
D, the Council of Trent, the book, For Whom
the Bell Tolls, and the name l gave the fetal
pig I dissected in biology. l remember, how-
ever, the fact that if you eat raw gelfilte fish,
tape worms and other exotic parasites will in-
vade your body. And, oh yes, l remember when
a tree is called deciduous.
And far from loving it, we have tolerated our
classes, our teachers, and ourselves, exploit-
ing others, as well as being ourselves ex-
ploited. But, then again, Mrs. Goodridge
always said that after the sixth grade it was all
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Jeffrey K. Young David A. Young Eric B. Yogel
Emily J. Yoffe
Patricia A. Yerardi
Mary A. Yerardi Norman N. Wu
Paula M. Wrenn John E. Womboldt Thomas H. Wolf Paul J. Wolf
David E. Wilson Jeffrey M. Wilensky
Alan Lee Wlnlck Ronald F. Wnlson lan R. Wilson
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Robin G. Weiner Cheryl M. Weinberg
Philip B. Welsh
Donald L. Webber
Robert L. Watson
Mark T. Washburn
Peter J. Warshauer George J. Wansiewicz
Paul F. Walsh Mary T. Walker Lisa D. Walden Ralph A. Vitti
Gary A. Vitti Steven J. Visco Sherrill J. Vine Peter K. Vey
Jonathan B. Vershbow Donna L. Vernon Carol A. Vernon
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Mary E. Veduccio Paul M. Vassalotti Lee A. Vachon
Marcia A. Tyman
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John A. Tedesco, Jr
Robert P. Tedeschi
Gail N. Syphers
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Deborah E. Stone
Jeffrey A. Stern
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Joan A. Stecker Joyce Stavis
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Thank you Friends
fl You shared yourselves
While l grew "not necessarily
Confusidly at first I struggled
in the background of your everydays
We grew separate
Now at leaving
We will not pretend regret
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Susan M. Schofield
Lisa D. Schneider
Gary Schmitt Edward B. Schilder Bradford L. Schiff
Anne Schertzer Scott T. Saroff Salvatore Santucci
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Stephen O. Sansevero David H. Sandler Ellen P. Sanders
Susan J. Samuels Susan B. Salett Marsha A. Salamoff Carole L. Safton
Michael E. Sacks Pamela R. Sabbath Mary K. Ryan
Steven A. Russo John M. Russo
Deborah E. Rudolph Laurie F. Rubin
Leslie Rubenstein Daniel MacAskill Deborah L. Rossi David J. Rossi
Mary E. Rossetti Marcia F. Ross Laura A. Ross Glenn N. Ross
Diane E. Russ David J. Rosendorf Andrew A. Rosenberg
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Alan J. Rosenberg
Donald E. Rome
Lisa T. Rosenbaum Judith A. Rosen
Mark W. Roche Robin M. Robinson
Marie A. Robichaud Ruth E. Roberts Dana L. Riseberg Norma F. Riley
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John M. Riccardi
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Mary L. Reidy Lise A. Reichard Patricia D. Reese Donald E. Rediker
Brenda A. Reddy Anne M. Reardon Richard F. Ready
Adi Raviv Jacqueline F. Rathjens David J. Rasnick
Roberto J. Rangel Robert C. Rando Richard M. Rand
Lizabeth M. Quirk Thomas Fi. Quinn Michael Quinn
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Bonney A. Prince Nancy B. Price Lynnda Fi. Pollen
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James Pellegrine James Q. Peebles
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Richard B. Parad William Pappas
Christine A. Otis Kenneth M. Ostrow Peter M. Oleson
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lt's funny how you never realized there
was a room 324 in the school until your
senior year. When people mentioned the
Records Office you logically thought it
was the place to hear your favorite tunes.
This fantasy soon vanished when you
received your first college catalogue.
Then your transcripts, applications per-
sonal records ad infinitum were all
brought fwith a stamped envelope
pleasel to this humble hamlet. The place
became as familiar to you as the cafe-
teria-and just as pleasant!
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Janice M. Nardone Daniel Q. Naiman
Amy E. Nabseth Richard D. Murray George T. Murray
Judith A. Murphy
Linda Murphy Kathleen Murphy
Christine M. Murphy Timothy J. Moynihan
Carolyn F. Moyle Peter Q. Mowatt
Nancy Mosher Roberta A. Morrell
Donna K. Moore Francis Mooney
Faith Montgomery Lawrence F. Mitchell
Christopher S. Mowatt Kenneth Motyka
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James G. Morog Cathie A. Morgan
Sidney D. Miller
Peter Misch Tobie S. Miller
Shelley C. Miller Judith A. Migliaccio Susan F. Meyers
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Pamela M. Melideo Vincent Meglio Linda S. Meek Gary S. Medoff
Cynthia A. Medalie Jeanette V. Medaglia Ellen T. McSweeney Paul A. McNulty, Jr
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John S. McLean Michael McLaughlin Kevin T. McKenzie Peter E. McKay
Edward F. Mclsaac Shirlee A. McGonagIe Robert P. McGettigan Janice E. McElaney
Stephen L. McCourt Michael P. McCarthy Justin P. McCarthy
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Catherine T. McCarthy Alexander Mavradis Sara J. Matloff Diane M. Mastromattei
Patricia A. Mason
Paul E. Maslow Robert P. Marzilli
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William A. Marucci Elissa Marsh
Patrick P. Marrocco
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Luther Fi. Manning, III Donna M. Manning
Paul Molloy Cynthia L. Malia
Diane L. Marrazzo Gary K. Markowitz
Dudley M. Marchi Montgomery A. Mansour
Amy A. Mandelstam Michael D. Maloney
J0hn C- Malgiefi Julia A. Malakie
Mary Eve Mahony David C. Mahan Sarah A. Magraw
Paul B. Magni
Debra M. MacLeIlan John S. MacKinnon
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Could somebody please tell me how the 72
up over the stadium turned into a 73? lt's not
one of those things you hear about. lt has to
be a night job, right? But which night, which
kids? No one ever seems to know. And you
just happen to notice during class one day,
while looking out the window, that it has been
73. "Hey wait a minute, l think that's the
year l'm supposed to graduate." And you
wonder hovv long it's been there. OK., some-
one must have climbed up there with a ladder
and orange paint. Who are those, guys, any-
Karen P. Lynch Andrea L. Lyman
Nancy M. Lupo Constance M. Lupo
James A. Lundy Donna J. Lundberg
Jane R. Ludwin Loreto A. Lucchetti Robert W. Lowe Francis J. Lovell
Robert Lombard Susan G. Loitherstein Erica A. Livingston William E. Lief
Daniel A. Lichtin
Susan D. Lewis Gordon W. Lewis Lee Levison
David Levinson Lori Jill Levine Nancy A. Levin Jonathan F. Levin
James L. Levin Sallye L. Leventhal Steven J. Lesanto June M. Leone
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Kari L. Lee Eduardo A. Lee Cheuk Y. Lee
Susan E. Lebow Claudia J. Lebel Kenneth J. Leary Brian D. Leary
Andrea Leahy Jack M. Leader Michael A. Leacu
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Debra A. Learmonth
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Robert P. Landau William J. Lanciloti Rebecca L. Lanciano
Nancy E. Lampert Sandra LaJoie Dennis W. LaJoie
"lt is in changing that things fin
Margaret Lahey Annette R. LaFerriere Peter J. Kurkjian
Theodore J. Kryzak, Jr. Anthony S. Krebs Carl S. Kravitz
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Loree A. Kinsella
Harold W. Kinch, Jr
Rainer Kern Patricia Kennedy
Sarah B. Kendall Debra A. Kendall
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Donald J. Keaveney Abbie H. Katz
Cheryl A. Kelly
Ellen L. Katseff
Edward R. Kashdan
Gail V. Keddy
Deborah L. Kastle
Ellen D. Karsh
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Bruce A. Kadish
David P. Kaplan Mark Hauser
Jill E. Judson Valerie M. Jones
Linda K. Johnson Carol Johnson
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Carol Ieraci J. Blaine Hunter Gail M. Hudson Eileen M. Howe
William L. Howat John J. Houlihan, Ill Derek J. Horton
Someone said the only thing that's
ever here to stay is change, transition
from the old to new. You've heard it all
before. But in spite of what you've heard
how can one help thinking that there's
more to it than that, when caught be-
tween, as we are here, between what
comes and goes. We feel that there is
more to it because we are involved with
what's going. It appears to us a frighten-
ingly simple matter for cranes and steel
balls to level buildings that have stood
for an era of 114 years, typified by high
ceilinged rooms, flanked by windows al-
most as tall. There are tunnels, stair-
wells, the mural in Rm 1320 that every-
one has their interpretations of, nooks
that we sought out in which to perch
ourselves, tricks of getting from one
place to another fast-these are the
things we will remember, and because
we cannot know what's coming yet, we
will hold on for the moment-remember-
ing. But only until what is becomes what
was and all those things apply no longer.
Then we will begin to adjust, one more
time. What could be more natural.
So that if in the late afternoon of some
day next year someone passes by and
notices about the place something of
the haunted spookiness we've come to
look for only in ghost towns, and if the
cliche he once heard when talking of
change seems somehow as hollow as
the buildings, it would be understanda-
ble, I think, however impractical.
Jeffrey C. Horn
Gary E. Horblitt Robert C. Hoover Bernhard G. Hinteregger
Steven E. Hindman Diane M. Hill Donald Hicks
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Eli S. Hellerstein Linda Healy Cynthia M. Hay
Ronald D. Hathaway
Robert J. Harvie Linda A. Hart Terrence J. Harrigan Steven P. Harrigan
Richard A. Hanright David J. Halman Audrey Halloran Kenneth F. Hahn
Karl G. Hahn Melissa Hackett Kenneth A. Grunes
Rhonda L. Gross Jean M. Gringeri
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Arlyn F. Greenspan
Jane L. Greenhood Ellen Greene
Faith M. Greenberg David J. Greenberg
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Anne Fi. Goldstein Paul Goldman Marlene S. Goldman
Gail A. Goldberg
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Cheryl A. Goinsalvos
Peter L. Godino
Ella E. Glowacki
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Julie A. Gianino Daniel T. Gentilucci
Susan A Gentile Sara Lee Gens Jane R. Geller
Nancy Garber Ceil Garber
Theodore M. Gallant Steven Frutkin
Frances C. Galvagno Barbara R. Galton
Donna M. Fruman Kenneth Fremontsmith
Ruth W. Freidman Stephen P. t-reernan
Joel S. Freedman Elliott Freedman Patricia Frawley Gerald C. Franz Howard Frant
Leda Frank Gerard D. Frank David L. Frank
Bonnie L. Frager Glenn D. Fortune Kathleen Foley
The Newton High Solution
We shall have to evolve
""' problem-solvers galore-
since each problem they solve
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Hamilton B. Fisher
Candace L. Fisher William J. Finn Elizabeth Fl. Fernandez
Hildy L. Fentin
Faye L. Fentin Paula M. Femino Mary E. Feeney
Janet C. Fay Gerard Farina
Joseph F. Fahey
Deborah A. Ethier Joseph M. Esposito Jay W. Epstein Susan U. England
Marcia L. Elmont Janice M. Elliott
David C. Egelson
Dale Eastman Casey A. Eagle Lindsay S. Dyett
Thomas E. Durkln Cheryl A. Dunn Barry W. Dumoulin
James L. Dumel Richard J. DuBois Thomas L. Droz Elizabeth J. Doyle
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David F. Donahue Aline Donabedian Roland Doherty Debra A. DiSabato
Katherine M. DiPesa Peter Dion Richard DiBona Janine M. DiBenedetti
Pamela Dews Mark DeWoIfe
Denise M. DeSimone
"For everything you have missed, you have
gained something elseg and for everything
you gain, you lose something."
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Judith A. DeFiubeis Robert DeRubeis
Nancy A. DeVito
Mark A. Dermarderosian
John D. Derick Charles Fi. Depari Peter DeOlympio
Linda T. DeLoffi Erietta Deligiannides Dennis Delicata
Barbara M. Delicata Mary E. Delaney John Delaney Otis A. Dean, Jr.
Margaret E. Davies Paul C. Darman Paula L. Dargan Robert L. Daniels
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.Joanne N. D'Agostino David J. D'Agostino Susan P. Cutler Robert J. Cutler
Davld M. Cutler
Thomas H. Curruer
Danlel B. Curtls
Juduth A. Curby
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Judy C. Cunniff Matthew Cummings Joanne M. Culkeen
Janet R. Culkeen Richard Cucchi Irene J. Cucchi
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Lola A. Covington
Cynthia J. Coughlin Paul G. Corrigan Mary L. Corrigan
David J. Cormier Ralph P. Coppola Richard P. Connolly
Mark Connolly Mary T. Conneely Robert J. Comeau Robert Collins Christine M. Coletti
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Donna M. Colella Valerie J. Colby Gloria Colantropo Peter D. Cohen
Bruce L. Cohen Francis J. Coffey Ida K. Codington Debra Civetti
Susan E. Cifaldo Paul J. Ciccone Mary Choroszy
Laurel A. Chiten David W. Chefitz Julie Castoldie
Joseph Chang Jeffrey A, Chabot Mary Cetrone Judith A. Cerra
Steven C. Cedrone Deborah A. Cedrone Susan M. Catino Carol A. Castagnino
Ann M. Cashman Robert A. Cashin
Georgia A. Casey Frederica J. Casey William Carvelli
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Elizabeth H. Carey
Joanne T. Cappello
William Fl. Camuti
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Pamela V. Cain Barbara A. Cain
Phyllis M. Cahaly Alan J. Cadman
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Lisa M. Burke Michael S. Burak
lt's 8:18. You enter your English class with
your head down and your eyes averting your
teacher's icy welcome. As you take your seat,
you realize that you neglected to read the as-
signed chapters for today's class, so you
feign attentiveness and comprehension. Un-
derneath this facade you wonder how anyone
can make profound i'?!?i statements at such
an ungodly hour, and conclude that all the
traitors have taken a Vivarin before school.
At last the bell rings, and after writing down
your homework in boldface letters, you go
downstairs to attend your math class.
Walking to the back of the room you re-
member that you blew a test yesterday, and
so you begin to dread the teacher's arrival.
He arrives punctually, but without the exams.
Pleased that your fate has been temporarily
postponed, you turn your attention to a car
accident on Walnut Street for the rest of the
You have a study next block, so after pok-
ing your head into homeroom, you take off
for Newtonville. There you eat some soggy
chicken that you really don't want lwhat else
is there to do'?l and then start back towards
You walk into history class just as your
name is being called by the substitute. You
take a seat and start a card game in the
You decide that there's no point in sticking
around, since all that's left is gym and X
block. As you leave, you wonder how you
ever make it through Tuesdays. But then you
remember that tomorrow is Wednesday-and
that's your easy day.
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Joel R. Bresler Elise M. Brenner
Eleanor E. Boylan Toby E. Boyer
Things do not changeg we change.
Mary E. Boudreau Ann M. Bontempo
Elaine S. Bodkins Thomas T. Boates, lll
Susan J. Blakely James M. Blake
Michael F. B0ve Michele Boudreau
Joseph M. Bonacci Robyn E. Bolio
Dianne M. Blue Susan M. Blank
David J. Birmbaum
Kenneth J. Billings
Lee C. Bianco
Richard P. Birmingham
Carolyn A. Bird Carlene L. Bingham
Melba A. Biggs
Barton W. Berkowitz
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Paul J. Bere
Eleanor Belli John A. Bell
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Denise M. Bergin John D. Bergantino
Joseph A. Benn Karen A. Belli
Edward J. Beckler Frances I. Bayes
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Mary L. Bartlett
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Robert S. Barbato Gina M. Baker Andrea L. Baker
Debra S- BHCOIW Paul H. Bachteler Robert J. Babbin Paul D. Austin
Kim M. Annese
Jack H. Arbeiter
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Marc H. Andler
Louis H. Aswad Ftobyn J. Asimov Paula J. Asaro 9
Sergi Aprino Donato Arpino Judith Aronson 1
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Robert K. Arabian Mary E. Annis Mark S. Annesi I
Leonard J. Ambrose
Juan C. Aldrey Ronald J. Alden Deborah A. Albano
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David J. Alajajian Daniel J. Ahern Stephen D. Ahearn
Jeffrey D. Adler Dona Adams Frances A. Acerra Eugene W. Abel
Peter K. Wrenn Anne E. Miller
David J. McGowan Robert Marcuso Michael H. Hurwitz
Clifford D. Gorfinkle Robert I. Feldman Paula L. Ellman Leonor A. Davila
Joseph Coen Gina M. Cataldo
In this world of nosense
We try to understand the things we do wrong
But somehow somewhere along the line
We fail to do the things that we strive for
Butiwe always try again
We will always try again
No matter where life leads us
We will go where we think that we will do best
Let's just go for our goals
Go out and get them
And then we will know that we have gained something
Something lostg something gained
You're always going to lose something in life
No matter how dear you are to it
You will most likely gain something in life
So therefore you have succeeded in gaining what you wanted to gain
But you don't always want to lose something
So try to understand the things that you have done wrong
And in a way forgive yourself for them
If you do that
You'lI go a long way
Don't go through life pitying yourself
lt's not good for you
So just do the best you can in life
And strive for what you have
And don't lose it.
Ellen Silk I
Mrs. Celia Arovas Ellen Silk 1
July 11, 1939-March 12,1972 October 17, 1955-July 14, 1972
Mrs. Anna Lucenta g ljavid Marsh ,
April 7, 1925-November 1, 1972 April 17, 1955-April 19, 1972
Mitchell Carl Aronson
October 11, 1955-March 1, 1973
EUGENE WILLIAM ABEL, It's a team effort Mr.
Ps room. OSMAR ACYG BEEF PORK DON'T
LET SCHOOL GET IN THE WAY OF YOUR
Education "The Gang"
FRAN ACERRA, Memories of the Tower 577771
Summer of 71. 72, down the Cape, The Light-
house Inn Never Can Say Goodbye Love to all
my friends, MH.
JEFFREY D. ADLER
STEPHEN AHEARN, Good times with everyone
I had good times with.
DANIEL J. AHERN
ELIZABETH A. AHERN
DAVID JOSEPH ALAJAJIAN, "But they that wait
upon the Lord shall renew their strength ....
They shall run, and not be weary, and they
shall walk. and not faint." Isaiah 40:31
DEBORAH ALBANO. 4729772 Ily. J Good times
WNS is it raining Ed summer 71 Cape LD Ina
tent Gail! Joy rides with Carol. Pam A Mary-
anne Carol every night Fran -- Sand-
TAIVIBFFT L7lVlin 73
RONALD J. ALDEN
JUAN C. ALDREY
LEONARD J. AMBROSE
ARTHUR V. ANDERSON
MARC H. ANDLER
KIM MARIE ANNESE, Paul, "L.D.W. 72" Baked!
The Ville, 'summer 71" Bld. 3 Boston "TJ's"
SKidooing, DB'S LK 1- LB
MARK STEPHEN ANNESI, Auburndale Fats.
Hawthorne House Paid Its debt, Hello Colombo.
Hey I think your friend has a problem. Long-
street IWhere am II. Baked.
MARY ELAINE ANNIS, They say that life is
what you make it and who you make it with.
And my life will be beautiful so long as I make
it with you. Love to Dave and friends.
ROBERT K. ARABIAN
JACK ARBEITER, Good luck and thanks to all
The Gang for making these past three years
HENRY J. ARCESE
JOSEPH G. ARD
ARTHUR BARRY ARFONS. Art Cape Cod Oc-
tober 71. 2S times is a little too much hey L.B.
werent you surprised? many thanks to LR RY
CM RR RL for all the good times BDA
JUDITH MARCIA ARONSON, "And dream of
our moments together, colour my world with
hope of loving you" Green Eggs and ham BJR
Thanks nirmsl PBM DBD Apples with Amy J.
MITCHELL C. ARONSON, Oh well it was fun
while it lasted. DM. it showed ! R.A.G How's
your green life savers? P.S. lt's getting late out
DONATO ARPINO. Summer 72 Trip to Europe
Good times at Newton High Stu Who? -4 Al
SERGI ARPINO. How - Wally's party. Plainview
N Y A Joans party - summers 71-72 in Italy.
Fros.. Chigot. who woo'P 72 it. Teacher. locker
1269 Guiseppe. Morris. -Long?
KATHI J ARSENAULT
NANCY LEE ARSENAULT. Everybody is a star.
Billy. Summer of "72". Down by the river. New
York with LM. Hampton. The Ville. D.B.'s.
Building 3. The Cafe. A.F B.-right Deb?
PAULA JEAN ASARO. Mike M. 9"11f69 231
Red Building I. CN C CC. PY. JU DH. Victory
Field Allison Bermuda Right Debbie" wasted
T F H club sick chicks P.J.W.
ROBYN ASIMOV. "He who has a why to live
can bear with almost any how." Memories of
JR 10 29769 Satan To Rose. my bestfriend.
who I depend on Thanks to Mary. Michelle. LW
LOUIS H ASWAD. Great times with JHSPM
'Bowling Packs" 8. Rat racing. BE 8 vaults
Stage Crew. 47 Chevy 8. Demos Rock Bands.
Jamn Sessions at LB's Hi' JH. PM. SR. JJ. LB.
SB. 8. Old Buddys
JUDITH fi AUSTIN
PAUL D AUSTIN
ROBERT J. BABBIN, B.H.S.l. No. Andover
Munchies with Paul Pat A- Margo. Scot 12th
Green waiting for M.V.L.W. WM A- GF LIU 659
"Nurf" Mario Harem with B.C. Mt. Wash. with
JP - PS.
PAUL BACHTELER, l've only begun to learn!
Time goes quickly I'm going somewhere I don't
know I know I have a purpose but what it is I
don't know Thanx to all PM
DEBRA SUSAN BACON, Look to this day for
yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow is
only a vision Summer 71 72 little D BC a party
what next. Later, memories are here to stay,
ANDREA L. BAKER
GINA MARIA BAKER, Cape Cod Summers.
France and the Dahy 72, Bake I don't know
"Who knows what tomorrow will bring" Murph's
Bar A Grill Love to Paul
ROBERT S. BARBATO
RAE ELLEN BARISANO. Sept. 13. 1971 Bill.
Crazy Good times with Karen, Carol, -1 Susan.
The proverbial locker! Riding on a cloud with
MARK S. BARRON
MARY J. BARRY, "Any kindness I can do let
me do it now for I shall not pass this way
again." Love to DLEBDMLHSVCG C'est Ia vie!
505 at HI Feature Twirler, Newtonian, SFA Secy.
MARY LEE BARTLETT, Plans after graduation-
Master's degree in Art, Agriculture, Social Work,
MICHELLE BASINET, 9725771 B.K. ek P.S. P
M.B. 2. Sing along with Mitch 4- Lov, ca Va,
lights out! Stones sag. LD Weekend Bust Brock-
ton at dawn! CMWM LR N on the run tenniskiel
ALLEN JAY BATCHELDER, 'tFor what does a
man profit, if he shall gain the whole world, and
lose his own soul?"
JUDY BATTISTA, J-"It's the cycle of despair
but what can you do" Ruthie Patty Betsy Tina
Roseann Susan Johnny C. Joan
FRANCES I. BAYES
MICHAEL S. BEATON
EDWARD J. BECKLER. Prom 72, M.A.T. Pierce
T.L. Celebration of the lizard. Marks room
change partners. "breaking into the world. bake
city at the souls. "love the one your with"
French by candle light.
JOHN ANDERSON BELL. Concern oneself not
with the temporal of life but rather live for the
eternal of each day.
ELEANOR BELLI, "l've been waiting such a
long time for today." 278772-THE LOOK HAP-
PINESS 4711772 "55" will always be!
KAREN ANNE BELLI, Chigod tomorrow? I saw
it in the movies Harry bring out the bridge
bread quigley Carolina Rosa-if by chance we
find each other it's beautiful-JD EB
GEORGE P. BELOCAS
JOSEPH A. BENN
PAUL JOSEPH BERE. The wall Bld 3 calling
names French 70 quack. Skipping to go to
CDS mucka B.F.W, bus ride to Natick mall
Oct 30 cap AM-FM Donna T, July 19, 1972
JOHN BERGANTINO. Great day at BK. Summer
of 72. BD -Q JB forever. At least. If she ain't
my idol who is? The rodant. How is he going
to make out? Not too good BC - PP
DENISE MARY BERGIN. Goodbye is not for-
ever just for a long long time. TTIGCBMT CD
SW Live dangerously right AL? Thanks to
BARTON W. BERKOWITZ
CLIFFORD E. BERRY
EDWARD J. BERUBE
LEE BIANCO. You don't find life worth living
you make it that way. DB's KA8.LK Talks w7
Matt 8. Buck "Abby"-Youve got a friend "The
Ville" Blg III LDW '72 Baked! FG '5O0
MELBA-ANN BIGGS. Cats. snow. being with
someone special. Growing up isn't just living
with someone. it is admitting that you really
do need them. SGRSCTPDJUARME
KENNETH JAMES BILLINGS
CARLENE LORETTA BINGHAM, Bros. 81 Sis.
The future may or may not be ours but one
thing is sure if the pendulum of power swings
in our direction then we must "seize the time."
CAROLYN ANNE BIRD, l'Il remember 571772
and 6730772 Palmer House Lounge and those
2 hour studies with Martha. "It's been real."
Groucho Revere lives! Wnglish with M.M.
RICHARD BIRMINGHAM, I officially register "no
DAVID J. BIRNBAUM, Minister of International
Security of the Russian Club: Bridge Clubg
French Club, Jean-Paul Sartre Existenialist So-
ciety. t'Existence precedes essence."
THOMAS H. BLACKER
JEAN BLAGBROUGH, 507-Cherish your yes-
terdays-Dream your tomorrow-Live your to-
JIM BLAKE, 69 Chevelle SS 396 Tri power Do-
nuts in middle of lake Great Rides with Al
Great times with JP D.M.C 9717772 Sat nights
over Dennis Open headers
MARILYN F. BLAKELEY
SUSAN JEAN BLAKELEY, Good uh? I gotbywith
bIeachers3772phwyoleanonbbthanksall it could
have been beautifuIPK 3rd party GAA girlssports
GS BS HC
SUSAN M. BLANK
DIANNE MARIE BLUE, Rules? Bugs in my bed.
Ah...She disapeared! Ho Jos phone booth
Hey.Moo. People P Britt Don't worry about it.
To those who have made me smiIe,Thanks
THOMAS BOATES, "There comes a time in the
affairs of man when he must take the bull by
the tail and face the situation."-W. C. Fields
ELAINE S. BODKINS, All the good times with
DL LH MB DM SV
ROBYN E. BOLIO
JOSEPH M. BONACCI
ANN BONTEMPO, '?
MARY E. BOUDREAU
MICHELE JANE BOUDREAU, If I laugh just a
little bit. . .2 minute dip Sue!Twerps keep your
shirt on! The shower Mac?Ski trips Keer Ban!
Watch out.Pat!! I think I'm falling-George
MICHAEL F. BOVE
CYNTHIA L. BOWERS, 76 Chestnut St., West
DIANE E. BOWLES
DAVID BOYAJIAN, We will start outside knee
high and curve-Jim! Jim! "Cash your dreams
before they slip away. Dyin' all the time. . .Lose
your dreams and you will lose your mind.
ROBERT C. BOYCE
TOBY BOYER, And this above all to thine own
self be true to Biff: True love is rare but true
friendship is rarer. Secretary of Riley House
ELLEANOR BOYLAN, One joy dispels a hundred
sorrows thanks to BP CB LL RA DH Griff Bos-
ton B's to all the losers puddin Belle. What
lunch do you have under the tree Chow
KATHY BRADLEY, All my love to Bobby, Sum-
mer of "7O". Good times with the girls. Dairy
Oueen. 'tThe cook-out"-7712772, MM, Begin-
nings. "Katherine", 66 Chevelle, 66 GTO
LISA S. BREGER, Smiley 127 Fox Trots.George
Oh Jo Duff Pinto has to be tons The best the
inexamined life isn't worth living not so just
difficult changes become
JOEL R. BRESLERjIf the world were not so
full of people there would be more time for
them to get out and lie on the grass, and there
would be more grass for them to lie on
MARY CHRISTINE BRESNAHAN, Duetoperver-
nonsenseexceptedofmeexcepttosay . . . Yeallart
God. . .
DENISE M. BRETON
JACOUELINE HELENE BRITT. Vs OJ:BC:Kari's
bp:Oue Passa?! No-28! The pocket: DBQKLZ
MR:SM3FCgetc. apple Picking: The Cape: attack:
adoption:StretchiesgCarameI apple night:l'm
ROBERT C. BRODY
ALLEN BROMBERGER, I remember: BF JL TM
CM DM AF NL PM CC JC PG BHSI Brighams
Le Grand Roc 5:00 AM WR Pitch 4- Putt C-
Days Nantasket Rusty Luck Beatles throw shots
LARIMORE S. BROOKS
CHRISTIAN L. BROWN,
SARAH F. BROWN, The best was learned out-
side-but there are many inside to whom I
give much thanks.To you all-take it easy-but
take it. Barry House Project
EMILY FERN BROWNSTEIN, To me, it is im-
portant that we take advantage of our youth
and act now to change what we see and know
to be wrong.
NANCY JEAN BRUNSWICK, Thanks for Sum-
mer 71 R+DS, JAZ for 7 important yrs, my
dream come true July 1, My 'Delight' of 72.
Maple Leafs can return but Jewels are lost
GAIL BRYSON, Joey 5-27-71 and Forever:
Meeting Summer of '69, . . As time goes on l
realize just what you mean to me. . 63 Chevy,
70 442, Good times with the girls.
SUSAN LYNNE BUCKWALD, "Many people
merely exist, they don't live" To faith at South,
"I think that was them" To the mimicking gang,
"Oh my God, Look it-yoo know 10717772 R.K.
DONALD BUELL, 5-11:30 closes at MaoDonald's
DIANE L. BULLWINKLE
MICHAEL S. BURAK
ODED BURGER, 969-3271 A kind word, A smile
can make living worthwhile
DOUGLAS R. BURGESS
LISA BURKE, Summer of 72 M.Y. Cape. LM,
DC, Found snakes in Maine. N.R. 2 hrs. Park
St. wasted! DB Waltham Cem. Scarecrow 374772
Lime in Cocoanut. Good times down Park. Build-
NANCY BURKE, Is that your nose? or are you
happy to see me? You've got an appendix, too,
Chateau Baskin." Black Sheep Boy. Mush Fat
Yama! Beats me.
PATRICIA ANNE BURKE, Patty good times with
JC SC TC LQ BL SB ME CK Work Study Soft-
ball HI Lady Adams MO 8t B where to now?
JUDITH A. BURNS
ANGELINA MARIE BUTERA, Angie,Ang "Noth-
ing is a waste if it makes a memory" Riding
around with PM looking for certain people H.R.
with M.R. Howland Thanks to everyone.
GERALD J. CACCAVARO, Day Riley Navy
school breakfast with JS good times two Fords
eat Chevs drill shed hiper TAJ two TA go out'
deck it, windout Charlies 100-proof
ALAN J. CADMAN
PHYLLIS CAHALY, MR, GC, PF-AIways,Best
bet K of C, Jethro-rite Pat? Guz-Gol, MB W
MR, Ginas 3 AS,WL apts,CDW 71, CONS 8- VS
golden bucket, hot-!Grand view,Hampton-
BARBARA CAIN, French Club, A.F.S. Club H-
Partyj, Basketball, Tennis and 72-73 in Belgium.
PAM CAIN, You look and look and look and
look, but still you do not see. Bigeetz . . . Zingar
MARIE A. CAIRA
KEITH J. CALDERONE
MARY MARGARET CALLAHAN, Tommy 127177
71 "the finest years I ever knew, were all the
years I had with you." Love 8t thanks to TK-
MC-RA-RC-LW. Sr. prom 5712772 winter
JOHN CALLAN, 1964 Pontiac Gto's forever 3:36
PCB spood smoke great times the wall KKKCR
FDSDGMFJFRDB Epping drags KK links +
Spood it was a good year all around.
BLANCHE E. CAMPBELL, "Remember no mat-
ter what happens Iife still goes on." Thanks to
everyone who has helped me get this far.
WILLIAM R. CAMUTI
PAUL VINCENT CANNON, "The end of high
school tells me that my youth has ended and
all I have is the memories and events of what
it's like to grow-up and become an adult."
MICHAL CAPLAN, "He to whom your heart
does not open-is dead. Thou shalt not kill!"
S.Shalom Juissez, Adieux, Michal Caplan May
JOANNE THERESA CAPPELLO, P.B.S.C.T.C.L.
O.M.W.G,H. Honk Post 520 thanks J.C.S.J.l.G.
Pitchfork in Jaffrey ecology 8 Biology club 236
today is the first day of the rest of your life.
BRIAN CAREY, Playing four square at Murray
ELIZABETH A. CAREY
LANCE O. CARLEEN
LINDA CARMEL, "Lost in the Ozone again,"
Yellow-Yellow, storms. Booting it: Mush brains
love to all the Newt's.
STEPHEN LINCOLN CARR, "Behind the de-
mands of youth for relevance and the demands
of the elderly for order is the human concern
for a life that makes sense." John Silber
JOHN CARROLL, Three good years were spent
at NHS cutting classes and getting away with
it. The party at TMS July 72. I will to NHS the
new Bldg good luck next year Barbs
MARIE G. CARTEN
WILLIAM CARVELLI, Always remember wher-
ever you are. when the Rangers, Giants or
Yanks win a championship. I told you so So
long to hoop Cuch and Cor and the Franklin
FREDERICA J. CASEY
GEORGIA A. CASEY
ROBERT A. CASHIN
ANN M. CASHMAN
CAROL CASTAGNINO, Good times WNS -A NV
summer "71" FB with PY -I DA Brothers 4
Riding with DA JC with LM seven NO, right
JT. Great times Debbie Pam Maryann TambFFT
STEVEN F. CASTAGNINO
GINO P. CASTOLDI
JULIE ANN CASTOLDI. Kevin 5731772 EY
spaghetti much? Cinema Il what time is it
Allan? 11710772 July 18 jumpin jack flash bike
ride to Dedham Bert I'm tired SMH Gail Cappy
GINA CATALDO, Happy to CS eyes, Lumpy 8t
Cutie 81 AM, being so sneaky, aquaduct, long
talks, ME-AN,BS, behind the library, and Rob
so what else is new? Booga-Booga
SUSAN MARIE CATINO, Crash! Hey Irish! Fun
with: TC, PB, JC, LO, Pitchfork in Jaffreyi Start-
ing tomorrowi Dept.31O: BC, BW, Admin.-
breaks: JA, LO, Mustand '72, "Red7Black"
DEBORAH A. CEDRONE, Someone special RCB
6721772 Summer of 72 with RCB 5726772 What
are ya gonna do with it Good times w7DLDCRM
Long talks w7MY Dee I did it again "Brandy"
STEVEN C. CEDRONE
JUDITH CERRA, T.B.C. Blase, Barnett, Skiing,
the little house, 'Perfectly to will what God
wills, to want what he wants. is to have joy."
JEFFREY A. CHABOT-Schools OK. can't wait
to leave then it's summer forever ha ha Thanks
to JM for great help so long RB. see ya B.D.
friends after school R.H.J.D.J.N.W.W., J.W. and
the rest great year.
JOSEPH WAN-CHUN CHANG, Red Cross Disas-
ter service NHS orchestra biology club cabaret
RC. Councila moment of silence to those who
have perished in that jungle out there-JOSEC
MARTHA I., CHASE
DAVID WILLIAM CHEFITZ, I set my sail as the
tide comes in and I just cast my fate to the
JOEL P, CHEVRETTE
LAUREL CHITEN, To all my radiant loving
friends-"Thou art God."
MARY SUSAN CHOROSZY, 'fAs we have,there-
fore,opportunity,let us do good unto all men,
especially unto them of the household of faith"
Galtn 6:10 Latin Clubl,Concert Choir ll,III
PAUL CICCONE. Thanks to the Mush for all
your help. Good luck with your wife. good times
with the batmobile and the bomb. BC. at 1:15
SUSAN ELAINE CIFALDO. Che pasta Good
times wif KB RB CJ JD CK 8-25-72 Summer
dream The night JD8tME met PM8tSL Star
Wrong and now I've begun to see the reason
why I'm here-Elp
DEBRA CIVETTI, ILYK Good times WNS+Park
Maine LBLM not tonight Debby'?Much flashback
Lisa Freakout Linda Good luck Mary+Patty
wated TFH Love to my parentsa Mrs.Saleeby
IDA KATE CODINGTON, I have reached the de-
cision that everyone in the world is crazy, But
for me and thee, and sometimes I wonder about
FRANCIS J. COFFEY
JEFFREY M. COFFIDIS
BRUCE L. COHEN.
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made the difference.
PETER COHEN, Good-Bye.
GLORIA BETH COLANTROPO, The G.C. Girls
Back steps OK?!Where do you want to go now?
I don't care. !'Like everybody else I'm search-
ing through what I've heard" See ya in H.R.
VALERIE J. COLBY
DONNA MARIE COLELLA, "A taste of honey is
worse than none at alI"Havifthorn 4 Newton-
ville "l'll be there" JAP Senior Prom "71"
Crossroads. AMLT, J.M.B., 9!17!72, 1O!21!72.
ROSEMARY ANN COLEMAN, Brandy Tangie
Dondi RMACCLLWMJCVLP Thanks for memo-
ries Rob the greatest.A curb in the VilIe.To the
musk oil gang.2 Hi in Pitts.MFD OPNDSONB
CHRIS COLETTI, lt's all a matter of opening up
your eyes and looking around cause it's all
here yea it's all here I'm just taking the sun-
shine in-James Taylor.
DONNA MARIE COLETTI, The seats at Building
I. DM, SS, DD, DC. TC, Good luck to Debi 8t
Buttsy the silent night with AS, DM 8t Willie
Whiste, Wednesday nights over Denise's.
ROBERT COMEAU, All the good times on the
BH trips. The tunnels, 10 grade, the Chevy, 11
grade. Getting busted down the Cape. John's
party broke down Andover with JCSLJAPM? 13?
MARY CONNEELY, Thanks to Jan S. for all the
good times together Nantucket I look forward
to our future plans together "Beginnings" also
I will never forget July 14, 71.
MARK S. CONNOLLY, "Everything will come if
a man will only wait" Svenska Flicka A. N. N.
Y C. weekend Ed's 3rd floor FIakey's party
C.F.M. all wine is fine
RICHARD P. CONNOLLY
WILLIAM E. CONWAY
RALPH P. COPPOLA
DAVID JAMES CORMIER. I enjoyed Newton
High for one reason Hanging around Building
ll with LT.KW,KM.JG,PL,RG.PK,GT,CD,DS, and
MARY LOU CORRIGAN. Cape Fall 72 Turner's
Parties Weekends Austins M A M Green Girls
8f16!72 Thanks Sally T.T.A.lVl.F.
PAUL GERARD CORRIGAN. Lacrosse. Hockey,
CYNTHIA JANE COUGHLIN. Remember bath-
tub pepsi WR zoo concentration days. The rock
JS panties Pluck! Pitch - Putt BHSI circle thanks
to BF DM TM NL AB AF RC DL SK LG cor-
LOLA COVINGTON, Two hearts and one soul
Grapes. Cuv and Bug Ken's Knowledge is
power! L.D Mr. P. and H.R. 1128
MARYELLEN CRONIN, Good times in front of I
withDMMCDCSDKSJSSS. Thanks Paul summer
of 72 in the ICT visiting Vince the bootlegger.
Rolling inthe grass.BiIIy Boy
PAUL CRONIN, Soccer, LaCrosse Carl Yastr-
zemski Pass it to the vinger. So long!
VIRGINIA LEE CROWDER, To my friends at
Newton High I give my best regards. Love al-
ways H.R. with your fine self, to G.B. don't
forget the good times. C.B. stay sweet St fine.
MAUREEN CROWLEY, FB + MC forever! great-
est desire TSTROMLWFB! DM: Never forget the
New Eng.Tel 8t Tel! 6000 times with DM MC
EG MT and especially FB more to come!
IRENE CUCCHI, "Don't it always seem to go
that you don't know what you've got till it's
gone" Memories PAF with B. MG, Something
in your eyes. . .and many good times.
RICHARD ANTHONY CUCCHI, MCDOnalds park-
ing lot with B.D.P.C. B,C.C. with J.D. K.G. R.P.
JANET ROSE CULKEEN, 8!18!72 Summer of
72 Its all your fault! Huh? What did you say?
Can you go? I thought it was a right hand turn
in a left lane I don't know you in H.R. NH
JOANNE MARIE CULKEEN, Cheer up only
fourteen more weeks and three more days till
summer vacation I don't care when it's due
I'm not going to do it! Ready Position!
MATTHEW CUMMINGS, 56 Chevy on 5 New-
tonville To all the teachers at NHS Estes mia
esprima dezir ke fulmo frapus vlan pi non
JUDY C. CUNNIFF
THERESA CUNNINGHAM, Fun with SCJCPBL
OSB "R- B" To all the happenings at MASM
also a very special note of appreciation and
love to my Dad, who I only wish could be here
KEVIN ANTHONY CUPOLI, Football 1 2 3 Base-
ball 1 2 3 The Toyota MacDonalds at midnight
Summer of 72
JUDITH CURBY, Reach out in the darkness...
and you may find a friend. My last salutations
are to them who knew me imperfect and loved
me, R. Tagore
THOMAS CURRIER, Behind the high school.
Go wild. Ace summer of 72. "The Sun Also
Rises" the boy's are great action.
DANIEL BRIAN CURTIS, Down at Pocasset. '71.
Playoffs at Weston G.C. '72 Individuals 79-86
Ha! Ha! good times in the Nickmobile. Whichita
874772 72-73 Hoop-Tech tourney? Lucy
DAVID M. CUTLER
ROBERT J. CUTLER
SUSAN PARKS CUTLER, "How could youths
better learn to live than by at once trying the
experiment of living?" HDT special thanks to
peanut and Margaret
CINDY L. CUTTER
DAVID J. D'AGOSTlNO. Ann since Oct. 71 The
Walls Summer of 72 The Surf RT 117 Miame
The Boston Common Beacon St. DDAMEMLB
good time summer of "76" Concord "Life is
JOANNE NATALIE D'AGOSTlNO, "sounds of
laughter. here comes sunshine smiling faces
all around: they possess you, bless you sun-
shine now you can never let them down, I
PATRICIA SUSAN DALTON, Patricia, Keerban
J Keep your shirt on. 2 min. dip, the pipe,
freckleface, the accident,twips, gross,Boud's
ears. Aug.19-26.Nuala, the backyard.
TONY D'AMICO, Those yellow dog blues.
Honest Ralph-ha! Son, how much do you
weigh? The hill. cold beef stew-ma-you slob.
Longstreet. LL-bury. Hello Columbo-this is ....
JUDITH MARY DANGELO, Summer 72 w!Randy
8 kids DCJMJM 68 Chevy coffee at 53 to the
teachers at NHS. I leave my sweet smile 8t
good times at Westport LMDGMM 81 99 right on
to Alb. good parties at 508 good times w!Dan.
MICHAEL M. DANIELS
ROBERT DANIELS, Lacrosse Fuzz T.D. if at
first you don't succeed you're about average.
PAULA LOUISE DARGAN, Good luck to my
friends, Green trolleys, back of bus, summer of
72, LM 4- CW No my...g beat Arlington Oct.
13, many good times.
PAUL DARMAN, Lets play cards, too much
French homework, Thanks to Killer Miss Abeles
the only sane place is the Clinic. JS., J.P.D.
MARGARET E. DAVIES
OTIS A. DEAN, JR.
MARY E. DELANEY, Good times with M.W.D
block with Mrs. Resnick. coffee right Mary!
"Nova's" summer of "72" "Hampton" alway's
remembering CLDCMERMMWSPHR. S M Green
BARBARA MARIE DELICATA, DW.ME.KN.JD.
PS.KR.CB.NACL.DN.GROK. "It's only the giving
that makes us what we are." IA.
DENNIS DELICATA, The Wall Riley House
Hockey Hampton Beach Plum Island Forever
good times at N.H.S.
ERIETTA DELIGIANNIDES, "Surely goodness
and mercy shall follow me all the days of my
life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord
LINDA THERESA DELOFFI, Jabberwocky 'twas
brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble
in the wabe, all mimsy were the borogroves,
and the mome raths outgrabe.' Carroll
DAVID FRANK DELUCA, Judy 9!9!68 parties
at plum island. The recycles At least- we were
there.. .pie DTG 55 the rain! Joe Espo prince
Valiant The shag 125 forever the store MG
PETER J. DEOLYMPIO, Yamaha saying with
moldy pie, Bid D, Espo. Jerry NO, Nothing, The
CHARLES ROBERT DePARl, JR., Good luck to
all my friends at Newton Tech High as I en-
joyed going to high school with them.
JOHN D, DERICK
MARK DERMARDEROSIAN, pen name: Mark
Antranig I'm singing in the rain to buy a stair-
way to heaven.
JUDITH ANN DeRUBElS, Summer 72 Keep smil-
ing it only hurts for a little while, right Ella.-
DENISE MARIE DESIMONE, "Smile and the
world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone.
All my love to Rico 12!8!70.Talks with G.I.
D.C. and D.P. 57 Chevy.The Ville times with
NANCY DEVITO. Thanks to my friends at N.H.S.
Summer of "72" in Maine. The elbow room.
"Theres so much left to know, and I'm on the
road to find out." F.C.Brake,Those Fri.
PAMELA MURIEL DEWS, German club, biology
club, Newton swim team. Post 530 mountain-
eering. good humor makes everything tolerable,
"sec est", Pamule
JANINE DIBENEDETTI, Fantastic times with-
SC CK LO CJ KB "rumors" right Chersie? Sum-
mer '72 Night of 9729!-9730 right Susan? 4-CK?
remember 1O!28-with the chigoddias "Joe
RICHARD J. DIBONA, Scusa compare. come
si va. ci sei Paesano Chi Lo Sa 8. Perche non
ti vai a fare freg . . . bye sarge bye curley
PETER DION, Football, track, 6!25!71 Ann H
you got to please yourself.
KATHERINE MARY DIPESA, "Give me inspira-
tion to send my roots deep into the soil of life's
enduring values: that I may grow toward the
stars of my destiny."
DEBRA ANNE DISABATO, Rockport-the jetty,
Waiting at 9, the Iot3BZ,bust Brockton at dawn,
hit-it girls: SLEAZEQ nights in white satin:
MIFPT,something in your eyes-they say'a lot
ROLAND DOHERTY, Goal accountant remem-
bering the great times I had up the park with
the kids Ha? And to my fellow workers down
Jacques swamy sis slum and to the crew
ROSS A. DOHERTY
ALINE DONABEDIAN, Maz-Thank God for hay-
rides 10718 Many waters cannot quench love:
neither can floods drown it. Newtonian circula-
tion staff Newman house
DAVID DONAHUE, Water skiing, B.H.S.l. Foun.
Bid, Scot, In Cold Blood Marie, Betsy Bob J.C.
DAVID B. DONALDS, "Life is a Jest and all
things show it. I thought so once and now
know it." S.A.S Sally L.S.M. N.Y. SANDS!
KENNETH D. DONOVAN, JR., Edinboro Bomb-
ers Bill Iet's go for a ride. Who wants my
pickle Hockey with the golden grape horsenech?
No brakes the training room thanks to Mr. Jes-
KENNETH DOUCETTE, The animals to remem-
ber at N.H.S. The whale-the Fish. The Prune,
the Wiper, why I can't explain itl the Bear
Good Morninglllll iAndrea DJ The Rambler
ANDY DOUGLAS, l'd never join a club that
would have me as a member.
ELIZABETH DOYLE, Love to all my friends,
especially to Joyce, Garvone, Pig, and Russell.
Memories - Cape fl.M.P.J.l, Mr. Prevoir's,
Christmas Eve, and colour my world.
THOMAS L. DROZ, JN-AB Gath's summer of
72 Tom got your note tiny boo boo brown
Reger Pillion Nute Nute wicked
RICHARD J. DUBOIS, Skl Club, Camping, Bald-
winville, summer of '70, working at P.H. "the
JAMES LOUIS DUMEL, Sat nights at the surf
with J.B. DM. GM JH JF the stands 5727772
the wall and the rude boys my idol J.E. Sat
night with D.K. the summer of "72" at least
BARRY WILLIAM DuMOULlN, Vice President
student council President sailing club Connie
72 Juthro tull Larry 8t the VW The cape and
my little res ski boat Marblehead with SC?
CHERYL ANN DUNN, Ricky 677772 W.R. Baby
cakes Kasbar M.M. thanks to the kids that
made this a good year for me. 49 tlmes goof.
THOMAS EDWARD DURKIN, Football Wrestling
"lt is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an
enigma" Winston Churchill 1071739 8t Cappy
CASEY ANN EAGLE, The most completely lost
of all days is that on which one has not
laughed. JC JG TBC CN SBCARPFBHRCMPD
MPLDJ's cape SP BPL JMMcGooch MK BSMSC
Feb. 19 Jive
DALE EASTMAN, CON.CH.,S.FAM.,R-WA,SHF "I
am the vine you are the branches whoever re-
mains in me and I in him will bear much fruit
for you can do nothing without me"
CONSTANCE L. EDWARDS
DAVID C. EGELSON
ELLEN S. EHRLICH
JANICE ELLIOTT, Preserve our time when
faith is all we seek. Let each day be a gift,
unseen yet true. The party's over!
PAULA ELLMAN, Life is not having been told
that the man has just waxed the floors.-Ogden
MARY F. ELLIS
MARCIA LYNNE ELMONT, I'll never forget all
the good times w7BBSBDMBD Nobscott 300
thanks Bob "Life is confusing with all it con-
necting roads I found my way can you find
yours?" Sports GAA Beal SHC
SUSAN UNA ENGLAND, Here's to: The garden,
B,I., the music hall, Mattapoisett, T.W.Hg Teb's,
6772, summer of 73, pepsi, dogs, foo yongg
good friends. ..groucho lives-Is that reality?
JAY W. EPSTEIN, Squash S.H.C.C.Katys A Bird
in the hand . . .is very messy. Conserve water,
drink booze. Allman Bros. Eat a peach.
JOSEPH M. ESPOSITO, Summer of 72 going
wild with pie Dave and Pete "Yamaha" dirt rid-
ing, good times at the station with Eddy. "The
DEBORAH ANN ETHIER, J.W.M. Always, butter-
ball, brown-bomb, Hallowe'en-crash, New-Year's
RM 621,G.W. House, Cape, l.L.Y. Mickey Mouse,
wasted, not tonight Deb, R.I. flashback Lisa
JOSEPH F. FAHEY
ANN ELAINE FANNING, Remember. . .concen-
tration days, BHSI, parties, parties huh Linda?
Thanks NL, Mack, DL, GS, CC, BF, AB, BB,
DM, DD, GL, TM, RC, SC, BL, JL, Thanks PM
GERARD JOSEPH FARINA, 1969 Nova SS 350
The Zombie Crazy yeah Carole T. GTWDAM
Sweets EYA Thids go wild the zone overchae
JANET FAY, Bust Brockton at Dawn Hit it girls
PESFAAHDPM Ca-va's Lights out! "I used to
say I and me, now it's us, now it's we." Steve
-Je crois donc que je suis-
JOHN R. FEELEY, Ill
MARY EILEEN FEENEY. Be mad and tell us
what is behind the veil of "sanity." One of the
purposes of life is to brin us closer to those
secrets and madness is the only means. Kahil
MARTHA J. FELDMAN
ROBERT fROBBIEJ FELDMAN, Good friends
and good times at-Murray Rd. Remember Dux-
bury, the blue VW 1 the l'Bunch". "...each
sensation is a note in my symphony." i?IX
"Whats goin' on"-Les
PAULA MARY FEMINO, "My soul is glad be-
cause of God my savior for he has remembered
me, His lowly servant" Time will tell Rats
Barnet TWGBB3 AWTBC Really! SLTJAC
FAYE L. FENTIN, "I can see clearly now" The
Marriott Affair Labor Day Weekend '72. Love is
now and so are we FAY-1 E Hello it's me JF
Nov.23,197O Bust Brockton Hit it Girls!
HILDY LOIS FENTIN, Thank you LW for under-
standing, Beep 3710772 the start of a long fight
1077772 I won Ioser,V. Labor Day 72 Fal Moyle
Bust Brockton Hit It Girls! "D'?"
ELIZABETH RAE FERNANDEZ
BRYAN L. FINLEY
WILLIAM J. FINN
BETH FISCHBERG, "Freedoms just another
word for nothing left to lose- yeah-freedom
honey and nothing if it ain't FREE" J.J. I will
always remember 695 with Steve
CANDACE L. FISHER
HAMILTON B. FISHER
BETH E. FISHMAN
BRIAN J. FITZGERALD
RICHARD W. FLAHERTY
BETSY FLEISCHMAN. 3!10f72 WR Concentra-
tion Days 71-4 72 Pepsi Our great parties-Q
GTs The gang Thursday morning Hockey BHSI
Pitch Y Put . SL- JC Special thanks to AB TM
ALEXANDER B. FLOYD
JOHN ELTON FLOYD, I've been trying to enjoy
nature and find it difficult. So much to under-
stand so much to feel but life has me so mixed
up its hard to be real. "GROUP"
PATRICIA FLYNN, "Too many friends, too many
moments. too many memories Thanks to mey
friends" AMLDRLMCCH 3:18-72 DBASSOLIATI
THOMAS P. FLYNN
KATHLEEN MARIE FOLEY, Go placidly amid
the noise and haste and remember what peace
there may be in silence KY GTW FG CR SLAT
TKM JAN Germany WXPJ GTWBB always TW!
JG GH parties
DEBRA A. FORD
GLENN FORTUNE, Kawasaki eats pehtons
Wendy forever drill shedders inc. GK quit the
weed Jerry tried the weed Riley house hockey
is the best,
BONNIE LEE FRAGER. Alan how could I ever
forget you and all the wonderful times we have
had together my love always to AC ME LS NS
and other memories of the past.
DAVID L. FRANK
GERARD D. FRANK, "lt is better to ask some
of the questions than to know all of the an-
swers"-James Thurber thanks to:APLJBJSBG
MAGSCKDSDE and the usual gang of idiots
PATRICIA FRAWLEY, HAWTWYWHPJ Bughouse
dont worry Gail foom! Bonne ldee are on ions
and black candles LK? Don't Ma just across
the river witches? Straws St all, curious.
ELLIOTT FREEDMAN, NHS has been a true ex-
perience of learning, not only from books but
about myself and others. But my education of
the outside world has lust begun. Class 73!
JOEL S. FREEDMAN
STEPHEN P. FREEMAN
RUTH W. FREIDMAN
KENNETH FREMONT-SMITH. A fond farewell to
Newton High and to AM., FM., PM., MS, P.O.,
and anybody else.
DAVID M. FRENCH, JR.
JOHN J. FRENCH
DONNA MICHELE FRUMAN. USY, volunteer
work. tutoring, summers at Yavneh-days off
and memories of H.C. and the gate M.T., D.R.
RICHARD P. GAFFEY. JR.
THEODORE MARK GALLANT, Faith Randy Obi
Gary Eddie Israel Fi what are friends for 2
Sues and a Jack let's go to the hoplsl Ouincy
F2 WVBF Riley House Council sailing team.
ANTHONY R. GALLELLO
BARBARA R. GALTON. Newtonian, Newtonlte,
Marching Band. You find your own varsity man.
No. I did not get kicked by a horse, tRBS84OJ
FRANCES CHRYSTA GALVAGNO, St. M's Bar-
nett Burke waterskling Florida how ya doin?
Times with DKJCWMAGPCKBJ Martha's vine-
yard Hampton ain't it good to know you got a
CEIL GARBER. You know you can't go on liv-
ing your own way. cos if ya do they're gonna
get ya someday, Dave Mason. 800-325-3535,
Joan I I Mike. Barry. Keep high.
NANCY GARBER. A wasted day is one without
laughter thanks to ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORST
UVWXYZ the night we shared the ebb and the
flow' France '72
JANE R. GELLER
SARA LEE GENS
SUSAN ANN MARIE GENTILE. Great times in
building ll I.'.'ltl'i JFIS., C.C.B.P.C.C.J.S,M.B.
Greatest teacher ever. Mr. Penta 8 .iI' 2OI72 Days
after. together with Jimmy.
DANIEL T. GENTILUCCI. Plum Island going-
going-gone Dave remember the rain at least
Dune Buggy 69 GTO summer of T2 good times
I.-..tn J.L. DD pie JE and the rest
JULIE ANN GIANINO, "The gate is narrow and
the way is hard that leads to life, and few peo-
ple find it." CEFSTBCMSCGCMFPFBCBPLMSM
ROBERT A. GIANOPOULOS, D.M. your meter
is running. Good luck to P.S. M.A. D.M. and
JOHN A. GIGLIO
PHILIP KENDALL GILBERT, JR., Gymnastic
team, track team Gorp I E block volley ball
White Mountains explorers club. Mountains were
made to be climbed.
REBECCA L. GILBERT
DAVID R. GILFILLAN
DEBORAH MARY GILLEY, Hope to see my
friends-Lorenzo, Burkey 8 Bread. Making my
last year the best. Dooka-Horses and golf?-
what could be better? Jayne. Kath 8 James,2
FRANCIS J. GIOVANNINI. Gymnastics-61 6 6
Chevy B Block 72-Marshfield-Andy's machine
-B 4 C flyaway-all of a sudden-the naviga-
tor-AKJDMCP-the world is in your reach so
ESTA J. GLEN
JONATHAN M. GLOTZER
ELLA GLOWACKI, "Yesterday is but today's
memories, tomorrow is but today's dreams."
Good times with, J.D. C.M. J,P. M.G. T.M.
PETER L. GODINO
IVIARLENE IS. GOLDMAN
PAUL H. GOLDMAN, To refuse the idea that
we are conditioned by society is to accept the
attitudes of childhood, never seeing past per-
sonal experiences. Plain leaving ....
ANNE R. GOLDSTEIN, ILYDRG 11!1!71 love
to DS SN IK PT CG VJ stars THIRSTIES camp-
ing vineyard late nites the wall hey Dave New
Years 71 OK "Nothing dies sooner than a tear"
FRED GOLDSTEIN, Thanks to all you dumb
jocks at the Y G.D. J.S. D.E. H.M. P.M. big bad
Bob and high Henry.
LINDA ANNE GOLDWAIT, Remember BHSI
many good parties. Concentration days the
rock! pepsi bathtub? good times with LW BF
CC TM NL AF DM JL AB RR RL. RR remem-
ber BDA. strawberries
JUDITH L. GONDELMAN
GERALD GOOLKASIAN, Cross-country 2,3 track
2,3 thanks to all my friends whom I want to
remember, "theres so much left to know and
I'm on the road to find out"
ADAM GORDON, "The greatest accomplishment
is not in never falling but in rising up after you
fall," The high C's, toilet lanolin preserves
chops, farkle, kablogney
SARA J. GORDON
EDWARD P. GOREN
CLIFF GORFINKLE, It is not the same! It never
was, and never will. XXXX it! maybe next year.
what a trio!
A Q lx X
' -,, 9' w.
A g r ' L. ff' if-is
CHEBYL ANN GOINSALVOS, 2!25!72 Bobby
Forever! Looking forward to a very special day.
Good times with Bobby GDOWW B.L.K. Great
times in school. Lasting memories LTMNG
FRED R. GOLAHNY
ALYSE PAMELA GOLDBERG, Memories of Riley
House commons room-cherries? Fritz, how
are you feeling? Curfew! 9f8!72 and all my
friends. Biology club, marching band. Newtonian.
DAVID CHARLES GOLDBERG, I am a great
GAIL ANN GOLDBERG, No man is an island,
entire of itself: every man is a piece of the
continent. a part of the main .... Guys n Dolls
Newtonian Thought Prints concert choir.
ROBERT A. GOTT
AMY NAOMI GOULD, Thanks to everyone!
camping Martha's Vineyard DKEG friends! study
periods the walk to school talking! thanks!!!
RAPHAEL J. GOULDING
PETER F. GRANOFF, There is no limit to the
good a man can do if he doesn't care who
gets the credit.
FREDERICK W. GRAVES
JEANNE M. GRECO
JOANNE E. GREEN
CAROLE LESLIE GREEN, Be yourself your best
self. Dare to be different, follow your own
star, 2!18! RR-Dave from Revere'?! JW AM-
BC?-Thanks for 3 great years music, biology,
MARY LEE GREEN, Games Love to the Newts.
SUSAN GREEN, "We can do anything we want
to do if we stick to it long enough!" Good luck
and do not forget igf6!-Red Cross Club, New-
tonite, library, USY and BI volumteer.
DAVID GREENBERG, Arch, Pres AZA BH hockey
where's Ned? Sunrise seminar FS pucks hey
George Fri 4 bid Erasers 1342 pie Catch 22
corruption Scot "Hey put that out" NR "You're
not sorry" RFURMM
FAITH MAY GREENBERG, President Riley coun-
cil. Giving of yourself to others is the greatest
gift you can receive. Thank you Debbie Ted
Lisa Tobi Israel. I found happiness.
ELLEN GREENE, Remembrance of back stairs
of building 2,RiIey house commons,Building 1,
Adams house commons,USY, Banana, Summer
of 70-72, and all my friends. Who's a DOG?
PETER G. GREENE
JANE L. GREENHOOD
CYNTHIA L. GRIFFIN, Always treat conquered
people consistently cruelly or consistently
justly. Thanks to all my friends LHDLMBDHCOD
EKSLMRCPSPKNLTFDCEBSVDR Especially JD.
JEAN MARIE GRINGERI, Good times with DLK
BLMLCSRJMNA great fun in Marshfield ketchup
456 tSaI 7721772I love vets waterskiing JU Mrs.
Weiner A kindness is long remembered.
MELISSA CAITLIN HACKETT, "Education is
what remains when we have forgotten all that
we have been taught." George Savile, Marquis
of Halifax 11633-1695i
KARL GEORGE HAHN, Chess Ping-pong team.
"Make love, take love, but you should give love
and try to live love. Come on that's where you
should be." Harrison
KENNETH F. HAHN
ROGER HAKINS, Brason is fat
DAVID J. HALMAN, Donna M. -Your meter's
running. Mary I love you. Mitch-dinner's at
2:30-don't be late! Fairwell to Bullough's pond.
Remember the U.S.S. Oglethorpe!-nips!
ELIZABETH M. HANLON, He that would live in
peace and at ease, must not speak all he
knows, nor judge all he sees. Newton High
works wonders! It did for me anyway.
RICHARD HANRIGHT, Warren NTHS Navy Fun
with J.C.J.S.G.V.P.M.R.S.G.R.B.S.V.H. Hope and
the gang. The Bear was my Boss. Seeing J
Fulton at the academy. The Frantic Fords
JAMES W. HARMON
STEVEN P. HARRIGAN
TERRENCE J. HARRIGAN
LINDA HART, All the fun times with D.M. J.M.
S.G. D.L. S.C. L.M. E.B. Remember the football
JANET BEVERLY ROSLYN GRONICH, please
remember me as sweetness. My thoughts will
always be with ELG,RSG. RG. RJG. schools I
attend, Nursery HS with NHS always remember
me as a good thing.
RHONDA GROSS, "The way to love anything
is to realize that it might be lost." G.K. Ches-
STEPHEN G. GROSSMAN
KENNETH GRUNES, "A heart is not iudged by
how much you love, but by how much you are
loved by others-Wizard of Oz.Biology Club,
CLARE M. GULLICH
RICHARD J. GUZZI
EDWARD J. HACKETT
ROBERT HARVIE, I hope my printing training
will make an imprint on my life.
PAUL DAVID HARWICH, Ski Time, Spirit of
"385" Spirit of 'Norwood' Ko 250
RONALD HATHAWAY, All those longhard days
what abl.BiIl owes me five. CIOOIWFKY.
The bad Ford leaky windows.
MARK J. HAUSER
JEFFREY B. HAVENS, Fords go? Kingstar
PhilacapeN.H. Marshfield rail? 12-3 peace talks
CYNTHIA HAY, All the good times square rsp
Boston store. A special thanks to Patty and
Sandy RED BRATT. V.T. U.H. G.S. R.P.G.T.F.H.
LINDA MARY HEALY, 'lt was the best of times,
it was the worst of times' Summer of 71 Gym
class of 72 can't ya wait? Heck no! Good times
JILL A. HEINE, 'Ever drifting down the stream
lingering in the golden gleam life. what is it,
but a dream?"
SETH HELLERSTEIN, l've been thinking about
our fortune and l've decided that were really
not to blame... Fiat justita ruat coel um...
but l'm frightened for your children...
MARK HERLEHY. Teenangel 55 will always be
pure grease in the flesh schlitz B.A.F.W. iams
searching for my Betty-Lou comfort yearbook
and thoughtprints Art. Fran.
JAMES K. HICKMAN
DONALD G. HICKS. Goodby Newton High, No
regrets about leaving.
DIANE M. HILL
STEVEN HINDMAN, Tennis Soccer Bio.Club
Pats Peak and Mikes Mogul. The squnacook
River GTO woo woo woo
BERNHARD GEORGE HINTEREGGER, "lt's
been a long time coming It's going to be a
long time gone. But you know the darkest hour
is always just before the dawn!"
ROBERT C. HOOVER, The Atlantic Ocean Pearl
Diver Wine tasters finest Syssiphus Dig it!
Ogunquit P.R. Pipeline W.O. C.B. J.K. - R.V.
DC. D.C. They are! MSJ.
GARY EDWARD HORBLITT, Football Lacrosse
Good times with SS, DS. IVIT, EY, KG, Camp
Litchaven JH, NF, at the reservoir at Amy's RR,
AM, DS, Who's drunk? Rocky tie l.C. FRIENDS?
JEFFREY C. HORN, Great Nites with LA .St PM
four gangl Fine times with Crew, 70-73 Bowling
sixs, BE 8t Vault Cast PARTIES! STAGE MAN-
AGER AND THE THINGS THAT GO WITH IT
DEREK J. HORTON
JOHN HOULIHAN, New Years Eve 12731771.
Rent a car get to flats 1 free. Eagles 71,
Marocco, Byrna,Boud, Lougige,Turkey.Pud,
Corey Joe, Flame
JEFFREY H. HOWARD
WILLIAM L. HOWAT, Day. Bacon.CoIIege, No
matter how small a gesture of kindness is ever
wasted. Concert Choir, Stage Crew, KA.
EILEEN MARIE HOWE. Handsome summer of
72 Marshfield Jr yr Nov. 13 Sundays-strongest
in N.H.S. bust Brockton at dawn Betty Boopbop
with J.F. gunky "hi hon" welcome.
GAIL HUDSON, Person! Hi Lo! Hey remember
Feb. 21, 1972? Life is holding one's head up
and always looking forward. Thanks to all...
SUE R. HUNNEWELL
JAMES BLAINE HUNTER, A.M.D., 1728772, THE
CAPE, B.S.U., Lunch in the cafeteria, WASH.,
MICHAEL HURWITZ, ABCDE FG HJIK LMNOPO
JOSEPH A. HUSE
CAROL IERACI, Ronnie 11719771 Friday nites
with girls. t'L'S" The Marriott. True Love is rare
but true friednship is rarer. Italy "71"
GALE JOAN INCORVATI, "Remember, keep
your face to the sun. and shadows will fall
behind you." All my love to Norman 277769. . ..
"Let's stay together" Summer-72hN.S. "Can
I say something??" coniving with my buddy!-
Hawthornffhanks to my friends Bldg. Ill Talks
JOHN P. IODICE
AMY JACOBS. "You've got to wake up every
morning with a smile on your face!" Rll bust
Brockton at dawn right-on far-out and solid!
TABID NYg Mach lives forever ....
ANDREW L. JACOBS. arrep aloh arededrev ad
nu se ad aterg
STEPHEN E. JAMES, Soccer Rifle B.V. Last
year and this Brian. Glenn. and the rest kitty
wist in Bacon House than ks for everything
JENNIFER JEROME, Summer of 72 Charlotte.
Vt. BS Happiness is finding out who you are.
in a world where it seems like theres no such
thing as an individual anymore.
MONICA B. JISEIVIARK
ARTHUR J. JOHANNESEN
CAROL ELENA JOHNSON, I AlN'T NO DUM
BROAD! CHIGODIA I GOT BY WITH A LITTLE
HELP FROM MY FRIENDS: JESS CGCK REB
SOC KRB TD RP BSB . . . CRUISIN' 72 WHERE
AM I NOW THAT I NEED ME?
DAVID JOHNSON, David B. Johnson, I gotcha
LINDA KARIN JOHNSON, Good times w7JB
PD ST SB, My party '71, Maine w7JB,Motor-
cade '72. The 'VilIe',BC Raps, Concerts, VW's
- MGS!.Winter '71 Work-Study
WAYNE P, JOHNSON, JR.
VALERIE MARGARET JONES
JILL JUDSON. My senior year at Newton Hlgh
is my best year, because I plan to maybe go
on to college. Last year I helped out with West
BRUCE E. KADISH
STANLEY B. KAITZ, Stan the man. Manager for
hockey. football, soccer, work study, library aid.
Thanks to Mr. Bucci and the other coaches.
DAVID KAPLAN. Goodby,Goodby I hate to
leave Newton High but I must say Goodby
Goodby Goodby Goodby Stage Crew 1,2,3,
MARK D. KAPLAN, Don't tell me this is only the
ELLEN DEBORAH KARSH, NEWTONIAN, NEW-
TONITE, Bacon House Council, French Club.
Biology Club. Sailing Club H.C. "I think no
comment is a splendid expression."
EDWARD KASHDAN, Knowledge is not happi-
aess,and science But an exchange of ignorance
for that Which is another kind of ignorance.
DEBBIE KASTLE, Martha's Vineyard Jupiter
AG. and EG. The best pals I could ever have.
JG.ES. Thank-you Keith. Learn to love every-
thing including yourself.
ELLEN L. KATSEFF
ABBIE H. KATZ
RICHARD P. KAUFMAN
DONALD JAMES KEAVEVEY. Great times with
the kids.Friday nights in the Byrd mobile.
Sacred Heart and the Golden Grape."72" 4th
of July. B.C. - B.U. Horseneck,No Brakes!
GAIL VICTORIA KEDDY, Thanks to DM, DR.
Frank and N. Within every man is an Island
Sunrise at DI. The hard times you've lived
through are the good times you'lI galn.
CHERYL KELLY, Fantastic times with -CJ TD
SC DP LO KB "Rumors" right Tina? Summer
"72" Nite of 9730 right Susan?-. TD Remember
10723-with the Chigoddia's never forget
MICHAEL G. KELLEY
DEBRA KENDALL, 'tYou've got to get up every
morning with a smile on your face, and show
the world all the love, in your heart."-Carole
SARAH BOOTHBY KENDALL, "Weeping may
endure for a time, but joy cometh in the morn-
PATRICIA JOAN KENNEDY, Good Times with
NW, MH.GM.KS.CP.MD. North Andover munch-
ies with Bob. Paul. Margo. "Nurf". Auburndale
Bus. Coffee. Glenda You BAKE! To Bobby
Damn you anyway! 71872.
RAINER KERN. Create!
If I havent been able to say anything all these
years. I know I couldnt say it now in a few
words. Good Bye, - R. Kern
HAROLD W. KINCH. JR.. 312 years with good
cid Dapper Good luck to the electrical shop,
Giiseopies Harvey parking lot, S.S., T.K., C.D.,
T P, O l,fI .K M.. CB - R.G,
JAIJES J KING
LOREE KINSELLA. PETER 6-2-72 BIKES
AREN T THAT BAD MEMORIES: SUZANNE,
NH, Cape 5-26-72. THE VILLE, BLDIII. DB' S
KASLB BUICK. FOOTBALL GAMES. STANDS.
VFW, HEY PIE. ILYP. SUMMER 72
MARY E. KIRK
TONY KOMOW. Best times with LM.AS.BF.SA.
JD DBVCLL KF.JD.LB.DC.NB. Down the lake
GABOR KORTHY, Is that a camel crashing the
stones with Hunk 71872 Baking with the men.
Freak Hunk Moona etc. Penton six-day "Built
for Champions" Yossarian Lives! y-eh
STEVEN KOSEN, Steve Kosen Ski Club wood
Bonney and the Shaggs. Bucci. You're a good
school Newton High but you gotta gooooo!!
CARL S. KRAVITZ
ANTHONY S. W. KREBS -BURP-
THEODORE J. KRYZAK, JR.
PHILIP L. KURINSKY
PETER JOHN KURKJIAN, Don't give up for then
you can only lose. Treasurer Bacon House Coun-
ANNETTE RITA LAFERRIERE, As time flies by
and life goes on,stop for a moment and open
your eyes to the beauty around you.SH4 NH
were very different. Thanks and good luck to all.
MARGARET ANN LAI-IEY, Skiing the Alps in
'71, RED. Fenway. JocketteI'?I ByF. SUMMER
BREEZE. Soccer. J.J. MSM S.C.
DENNIS LAJOIE, 1970 Chevelle SS 396. Sum-
mer of "72" 5719772 NUBBLE LIGHT. Great
times with Marie. "The Ville" Friday and Satur-
day nites forever. Marie 1977
SANDRA L. LAJOIE, Stephen always, the best
to Bean.Berg,Cyd.Trish,Skin,Yedv and all my
friends,CL. wons, 68, R.S.P, 69 S.T. 70
NANCY LAMPERT, It's when you give of your-
self that you truely give. A.R.C. A little smile
goes a long way.
DANIEL P. LAMSON
REBECCA LYNNE LANCIANO, lsn't life beauti-
ful,isn't life gay, lsn't life the perfect thing to
pass the time away,aIl my love to Tommy,
4720772,671772,PADML,DBA, the week-ends.
WILLIAM J. LANCILOTI, JR., Bobby Moore
superstar.Brad you can forget about Arkansas.
I finniy hit thecard,lucky 28, LSUii1 My little
Edward:do.G.MELGBTBJARTICKEE, Hoopy BD,
DEBORAH M. LANDA
ROBERT P. LANDAU
ANDY LANGER, Great times with the Etaoin
Shrldu always remember Bokonon and all the
Gungi. Band. Band,Band 4 more Band! Grok
the fullness? ECB at BE. Eat it rah,rah,rah!
DEBRA LAPHAM, "Love isn't love til you give
it away" Larry 6772 Summer of '72.Thanks and
happiness to my friends 1D.B.'s B.Z.-D.D.,
Hampton '71"Beginnings" Chicago Austins, N.A.
house Mashpee Min size "Precious and Few"
D.L.M. A.F.B. huh Nancy'?'?
DON LAROCHE, BHSl,WlLD Partys, Oh Honey
-,Concentration days,Chamonix,Juna's apt.the
famiIy.hey blind baby, AYAUH. bazed with JR
8. GS.Dear Lulu.Mateus,Schlitz.Seven up
ALAN J. LARRABEE
MICHAEL A. LEACU
JACK MARTIN LEADER, I am that I am.l will
be what I want to be. To make people laugh
to be free in my own way to be my own man.
Follow me and I'll show you the world.
ANDREA MARIE LEAHY, Good times with DC
+ RM the ville DMBS The Complete Circle a
'66 Chevy and a lead foot May 26 BP Whaddaya
gonna do with it? oh God how gross YYGI
DEBRA ANN LEARMONTH, The games people
play "oh ya" The Newts 772772, 777772, the
El Phoenix Room with Bean Beers 8 Butchie
riding my Yamaha 125, "Do right you're not
JOSEPH ROBERT LEARNED, Gail Forever
1975, 63 Chevy, Cabot Park, Our Ladies Stum-
ble Bums, 70 442, The Wall,
BRIAN LEARY, Good Times. No Breaks BU.
BC. I! Our Lady's 71 St. Andrews Bag! Hot -I
Ken your on time! Shot Goal. Spookies GR.
DK. BK.K,L.S,J, Thanks MD Lacrosse 1,2,3,
KENNETH JOHN LEARY, JR., Being with Nan
at beach . in Pittsfield. Good times with the
kids,BK.DK.BL,GR,KD. Having fun with MW +
MP Our Lady's 71 Champs hot lips loves kissy.
774771 camping trip 171772 with DF soccer 4
baseball with MB
CLAUDIA JEANNE LEBEI-, France!! Catchin'
Flies Blue? I can't see you Ellen. Thanks but
SUSAN ELLEN LEBOW, "What sunshine is to
flowers, Smiles are to humanity" Thanks EG7
LD7JA Special thanks RMY 9715771 Fantasia
671772 Tufts RM 331
CHEUK Y. LEE
EDWARD A. LEE, Hockey at B.U. 3:00 A.M.
football at Franklin, NTHL, 3 stooges, BS, BL,
JA, RD, Oct 9 - the game, BL,RB,RV, slap-
fights with Lance, AG, FA, Flyers ijfl.
KARI LIV LEE, V4 OJ JB's Mustang BC 5min.
Mary Chatham, Summer 72, Bill "SOME NICE"
NST Sept. 7, 1970 "MHAOHCNR" That's NOT
HIM! BL,JB,DB,MR, "You're Alright"
ROCHELL LESLIE LEEDER, All my love and
thanks to what was thanks Mr G Afternoons
Right D Grimpers Animal J HBC in security zip
"friends?" I see your face in everything I do Y
CHRISTINE LEIGHTON, All my great memories
with my guy Steve Albermarle Hey by the
stand with BL8tCM 7-7-69 Cherish 7-2-72 GS 8t
Popeye Thanks to all my friends I.L.Y.S.Tmurp
BRADLEY STEVEN LEMACK, Each person no
matter how talented he is, Succeeds best as
himself, IFungus7Zenowitz lives foreverI Flea
before it's too late
ANTOINETTE LEONE, I enjoyed my three years
at Newton High School. I will NEVER forget all
the FUN I had with D.M. S.P. J.V. F.T. P.N.
D.L. and the rest of MY FRIENDS.
CAMILLE MARIE LEONE, For to those who love
God who are called in His plan everything
works out for the good. ROM. 8:28 Barnett
UPC Tillii love to those who made it better.
JUNE M. LEONE, It's an elephant Gabe. Much
love to three very special people.
STEVE LESANTO, Three years is a long time
but unfortunatally l'Il be longer. I just want to
say when you step out into that big cold world
don't forget your shoes.
SALLYE L. LEVENTHAL
JAMES L. LEVIN. Chang,Vietnam,Nantasket,
Tom CoIIins,GreenfieId, Cards, Friends,OhIo,
Rhine Garten, BHSI,Pepsi,CoId Duck,Hockey,
Mar 10-Loser,PSYC. CIass,JLLM,LlFE?
JONATHAN F. LEVIN
NANCY A. LEVIN. Bigelow, Barry, College A
variety of nothing is superior to a monotony of
something. -Richter SPC Barry House Council
LORI LEVINE, Rejoice Rejoice we have no
choice but to carry on. IZAK-USY-The Gangj
so many new things to find and so short a time
in a lifetime.
DAVID LEVINSON. To the people who are left
one Jip, the key to High School is how well
you can BULL-
LEE LEVISON, "The cruelest lies are often
told in siIence."
ERIC M. LEWIS
GORDON W. LEWIS, JR., Luis and Red Coach
"sucked in" J.H. R.D. J.C. D. J. J.R.
SUSAN LEWIS, "He did not die. He did not
go mad, he suffered."
PETER LEWITT, Peter "Legs" Lewitt, Top mah
at Myrtle Street. Truckers "everything was
beautiful and nothing hurt" I owe it all to
DANIEL LICHTIN, Weeks Riley College "That's
the reason they're called lessons because they
lesson from day to day" If only it were true.
Chess, Chem PP if it is.
BILL LIEF, Hi, how are you?-or maybe how
hi are you? you never know!
THOMAS JOSEPH LINNEHAN, P. B. Ouacks
ERICA S. LIVINGSTON
SUSAN GAIL LOITHERSTEIN, to everyone l
have come to know "I'd like to say thank you
for the good times l've had."-Becky Toby Lisa
Darry Marlene Newtonian Riley - a special
ALAN T. LOMAX
ROBERT G. LOMBARD, I would like to be a
cameraman. I like Drag Racing, Bikes, and
girls, and other things. I like how everyone has
been my friend including teachers and house-
FRANK LOVELL, Remembering Guiessepes,
Harvey Parking lot, and good old AI A.M.F.
PATRICIA M. LOW, Patty LIVING IS-Living is
a thing you do now or never-which do you
do?-Grooks Boom-a chick-a Boom-a chick-a
Boom chick chick
ROBERT LOWE, Will never forget Harvey and
the team in Auto 73.
LORETO A. LUCCHETTI
JANE R. LUDWIN
DONNA JEAN LUNDBERG, Friends are a won-
derful thing. They help you Iook toward each
day with laughter. Thanks MBKBEBSVLHDMC
GLHAGMA 505 at HI huh Mari? Tigerettes
JAMES A. LUNDY
CONSTANCE M. LUPO, Summer of 72, Stearns
71-72, Building 1, all the good times with Linda,
Loretta, April, Sandy. Jimmy always "go to
class April" working with Janet. CH
NANCY MARIE LUPO, All the good times with
my Joey-70-summer of 72-Kings Hill with
all the kids-you know-Storrow Drive-HaHa
-I told ya so-
ANDREA LYMAN, If anyone reading this is plan-
ning to become a Broadway Producer, director,
or talent scout-keep ANDREA LYMAN lBroad-
way Starl in mind!
KAREN LYNCH, It was great. J.G. and A.R.
some really good times up here with. great
times in life with J.N. hopefully get married,
great muls, Fred, Family, Shires, D.P. Peppee
DANIEL MACASKILL, HR1128 81 MRP
JANE FRANCES MACCORMACK, Jessica's
mother the midgets junior Sue Boud Hag 81
Bozo Tony 8t Cuz Boombilini 8t wife "Keerban"
Prom twerps! Grandview keep your shirt on?!
HUGH GERALD MACDONNELL, Adams House
'73' Gold Fore pro shop. Good times at the
wall. So long BUT IDINO 'one' so make it hap-
pen and do your own thing. Boris Grogsl
ALEXANDER J. MACKENZIE, Good times with
the men Larry Kevin Jim Pellipimp.Wackyin
gears olds.UMass state champs.Hampton sum-
mer 72.Best times with Mitzi J CaioIa.Big D
"73" Big Beck's
STEPHEN H. MACKENZIE
JOHN STEVENSON MACKINNON, On the street
corner with the boys. To Hunk and his car.
DEBRA MARIE MACLELLAN, RR,First luv,a
special cuz,summer 71 8t2,2718"fat little every-
thing"MPJC-joys"beautiful people, hurt peo-
ple,broke people,in pieces peopIe,I Iove,I love.
DENISE MARIE MACLEOD, Many thanks to
J.N. Fybo S.B. B.B. M.E. Live one day at a
time enjoy one moment at a time. I get crazy
with a little help from my friends.
MARK C. MADDEN
PAUL B. MAGNI. Day.Riley,CoIlege Trainer1.2,3
Lacrosse 1,2,3 Special thanks to Mr.Jessup.
Hawthorne can't beat it. Thank God for good
SARAH A. MAGRAW
DAVID C. MAHAN
MARY-EVE MAHONY, Remember all the great
times with S.S. S.B. PD JC DB JZ AV BS 8 BS
tMolly l'Il never forget all the funl MD "Today
is the first day of the rest of your life"
JULIA ANNE MALAKIE, Bridge 8t Chess,Rus-
sian. "Who dealt this mess'?"I've got to stop
procrastinating-tomorrow. NHS computer: You
won't have 35345517 to kick around any more.
MICHAEL D. MALONEY. Wall . . , T-Man Jeep-
48-51-Plymouth . . . Ford-Coupe-39-Muskrat-67-
Maurice-64-66-65 . . . etc.-Jam-racecars.-AAT
AMY ANN MANDELSTAM, Pumis. Ha HAAA!
5713772 JB A Dog? NHFO HTC YAVNEH New-
tonian AD Editor BC anyone? Meet ya t here
RR 8t CG "Life is what you make of it." Neatol
DONNA MANNING, Lunch at 10:15 with JYNR
LBLMDBDC. Good times down SW's.Thanks to
the Red Baron. Good times and many more
with Jimmy 3-11-71. "As long as your happy."
LUTHER RICHARD MANNING, III, Chess Sail-
ing Ding-Dong Outward Bound Y group Im-
possible is a word only to be found in the dic-
tionary of fools. If you can't make it fake it.
MONTGOMERY A. MANSOUFI
5, nb -
.W 'V , 4.
JOHN C. MALGIERI, Movin it with Weav and
Bonzi. Nights in WN. Hara Krishna-The Weav
Machine. 2nd F.C. House of Pancakes. Down
the ville. Shag. Do it all.
CYNTHIA MALIA, 'lYet the timeless in you is
aware of life's timelessness, and knows that
yesterday is but today's memory and tomorrow
is today's dream" -Gang much love
DUDLEY M. MARCHI, 659.BHSI.S.S.- C NEW-
TONIAN Tennis 3 B.H. Hockey The Champs
H.R. Manager great parties tennis H and the
Ace Monk,Pill Thanks to all my friends and
GAIL MARIE MARCHIONI, l'm free it's all your
fault! Summer of 72 Great times with J.C. in
NH don't forget our truckin along t'Jimmy"
Thanks to Sno-mobiles! The raft! 8718772
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LINDA JEANNE MAREGNI. Summer 71 Old
grandad P.D. Do your?C,W. C.F. HaIIoween71
3rd floor A.T. Old pal Ovaltine. Back of the bus
CL. crcle why certinly 171771 Grab for gusto shz
GARY MARKOWITZ, It's not what the world
can do for you but what you can do for the
world' ' 'Remember the rooooot" '.
DIANE L. MARRAZZO
PATRICK P. MARROCCO
LISA MARSH. "Yesterdays hurt is today's un-
derstandinging rewoven into tomorrows life" To
Biffy: True love is rare but true friendship is
rarer MLTK RGC Track
JOHN W. MARTELL
JUDITH A. MARTIN
WILLIAM A. MARUCCI. l've waited all my life
for the last day of school. I can't believe its
here. but too soon. I have no regrets. I.L.A.
ROBERT PAUL MARZILLI. "To strive. to seek,
to find. and not to yield." The Ville. Bud's
Hamburgers the Trumpet. MFIII it up Fred."
PAUL E. MASLOW
PATTY A. MASON. ESDP. GK8 The rest. Sum-
mer of 72 remember times with E.S. J.L. mano-
met beach Thursdays with W.M. Nantasket 72
DIANE MASTROMATTEI. All those wonderful
times with JIVI. MB. EB. D.L. L.I-I. L.lVI. L.H.
SARA-JANE MATLOFF. Sara-Jane Matloff
French Club. Smith Family. Concert Choir.
JOSEPH P. MAURICE
ALEXANDER IVIAVRADIS. Those who think for
themselves will be better off than those who
follow others. Biology Club. Four more years
CATHERINE T. MCCARTHY. Good times! "l'm
not In this world to live up to your expecta-
tions. And you are not here to live up to mine,
You are You and I am I." Bye Newton High.
JUSTIN MCCARTHY. You take your school and
all its phoniness' ask for me by the whipporwill.
H' Il my where I ll be found.
'IIKQHAEL P. MCCARTHY Its been a fairly good
"ar-ae ,ears at Newton High. But I'm glad to get
oI.t of here and go on to other things.
STEPHEN L. McCOURT. Time it was and what
a time it was. it was . . . Yienskava Janet Blakes
Longstreet Weston P Thanks to my friends
ROBERT P. MCGETTIGAN
SH.RLEE ANN McGONAGLE. "When through
one man a little more love and goodness. a
little more lirint and truth comes into the world.
then Iflttl man fe Ile has had meaning" THANKS
DAVID JAMES MCGOWAN. The wall! Bld. III
Hey "Bergi" are you going to knuckle that kid
or what! The "Ville"! Saturday night. Get the
sauce and head for the surf!
EDWARD FRANCIS McISAAC, Summer of "72"
PETER E. MCKAY
KEVIN McKENZIE. Summer of 70. With Stel
Hampton with Mitch Al To DAH. The Cape with
the Mitch. White Horse Beach with BB-DO-JM.
How is it. Good times at Carr with BB AN At
KENNETH M. MCLEAN
JOHN IVI. IVICIVIILLEN
PAUL A. MCNULTY. I'II always remember
Nancy. playing cards with Dan L. in Riley House
Commons. and Auburndale. Who could forget
Auburndale! Thanks DA. for N.A. 11713771
ELLEN T. MCSWEENEY
JEANETTE V. MEDAGLIA
CYNTHIA A. MEDALIE
GARY STUART MEDOFF. Those were the days
my friend The good old Newton High days I
would like to say good-bye and thanks to MS
DS ER EC DL I must go home to watch the
LINDA S. MEEK
VINCENT PAUL MEGLIO, ATGTW Lynn CWMB
Hawthorn PELE Soccer. Buzzi and all his ways.
varsity 3 SLT3 Bernieustop posing" HR with
Fenway starting All over again GTW BBIBBO
PAMELA MELIDEO, 'lYou don't know what you
have until you lose it." Summer 71 Dee Fire!
Austins WNS talks with LMA JP Debbie Carol
Maryanne Last minute 72 TAMBFFT
THOMAS A. MELNICK. All the good times on
the Charles River Building 3 the wall summer
of 72 HFy Waldo Hello
WENDY MERTENS, l'You may think you under-
stand what I said, but what you thought I said
is not what I meant." Mems. of Glenn 71-72
drill shed. felshipgoodfrnds 8 teachs
SUSAN MEYERS. I will always remember 6724,
VS 'STRSS houses with RS. VS. BS. BS. JO.
JG. and the tree also CM RB BS PS-G
VICTORIS L. MICKEY
JUDITH A. MIGLIACCIO
SHELLEY CAROLE MILLER. Wooly. BB's, MAP
behind library. Bust B. at dawn-'lHit it girls",
F.L.B. Kathy-CTC. ain't got no K.,diet bars in
Falmouth, SH. "Bye wing".Rebecca. Prom.,
Varsity 3 SLT3 Bernieustop posing" HR with
Music and Science Departments for many en-
Ioyable experiences. ADVENT3 DYNACO. MA-
RANTZ. NIKON. SONY.
TOBIE SUSAN MILLER. Concentration days.
bathtub. pepsi. splinter 72. to be or not to be.
wild parties. Tom Collins. BHSI, location jokes,
smile. thanks to all my friends
MARCO SEAN MISHLER. We must look beyond
the ugly steel of corporate to the ripe fruits of
PAUL MOLLOY. Thanks to DHCDRRDDRRGLC
MWGDJHACLASRSD and many others for a
good three years. Good times at t'Sammy
Whites" with our gang. 'll see" Good luck to
KATHLEEN J. IVIONAHAN
FAITH MONTGOMERY. Always leave 'em laugh-
FRANK MOONEY. Good times: 10th 8 11th.
missing 2 or 3 classes a day with TS 8 others.
Hanging around "the wall" all day.I leave to
NHS a corroded pair of gym sneakers.
DONNA MOORE. Good times with MEC. KS.
MC. EG. CH. LB. MA. GS.Vince the bootlegger
72.Phone co.Hey ooughboy!!! I dont know! Hey
Karen okeedokeeyokee? Bye cappy! FISH!!
WILLIAM MORAN. I leave Mr. Moore a box of
CATHIE A. MORGAN
MAURICE C. MORISSETTE
ROBERTA A. MORRELL. DC DH DC 5726772
BD what are you going to do with it DMBS
merge 8 PASS 1966 Chevy RDDD 374 make a
whole rounds PPD DI St F 8t HTB good times
down the Ville
JAMES G. MORROG
NANCY DARLENE MOSHER, Biology club.
ecology action, AFS. Smith Family, "Cabaret",
District choir. Mass.Audubon.NYF,f'This could
be so". to Mr. Smith. I leave a fried grass-
CHRISTOPHER MOWATT. Good times Rusty
luck R.W. and the rest Hey AI Hi Tobie Good
God Betsy! Hi Cris and good luck to all my
friends. Little miss Concorde is alive and well
PETER O. MOWATT. Rusty luck-Alice C. the
HS. club parties. Luck to RR.SV.JA.AB,JM,SG,
and the rest little miss Concorde 72-73 Ithica
and the concert band.Dynamite.Bye
CAROLYN F. MOYLE.FLBS-Vt. Feb. vaca. way
down at. Skiing w7KT-Falmouth HF, DW, ya-
hoo-eel right. gas station! green sneakers! JG
"places I'II remember all my life"
TIMOTHY J. MOYNIHAN
RICHARD B. MULLEN
CHRISTINE MARIE MURPHY. Art Arfon NVLRJ
PFCASBFJDVCRYJPP-i J Nickerson T,Js J See
how they run rolling ridge P.S.aJ. Martha's
Vineyard TKH Vermont VaI's porch Cs-R Pj N
KATHLEEN MURPHY. "But follow righteousness,
love charity. peace"...l'll take you for your-
self. I know we'II be blessed, yes. yes. yes ,...
GEORGE MURRAY. Michele, I think I'm going
to fall. at least. the wall. Lance, O.K. Buddy,
Franky-Poo. Dana. Espo 2. I like you King Vita-
min. ow is it. never tried it. only once muz.
RICHARD DANA MURRAY. Summer of 72 We
were there Parties at Plum Island Cell No.2
Saucin with Pete Dave Espo Big Buy gang
Thanks to all my friends l'm on vacation thanks
KATHERINE M. MYERS
AMY E. NABSETH
DANIEL O. NAIMAN. "I never let school inter-
fere with my education."
JANICE NARDONE. Too much of a good thing
is wonderful! M. West Smith Fam., Madgrigals,
Opera Group. Fr.CIb.. "Cabaret" Good luck
and thanks to: SSCBASMCDSNMPLBPDBMKJG
SUSAN BETH NEEDEL. We may give without
Loving.but we cannot live without giving I.L.Y.
B.K. 3714772 Thank-youDSAGIHPTEAES Lady
Sue Long talks Summer72 SD Gymnastics.1,2,3
JOHN D. NELSON
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KAREN NELSON, Baigels and cream cheese.
chamber music and bridge for 4
KEVIN E. NELSON
MICHAEL NEUSTADT, My weekend trips to
Milwaukee Fun with MaryJane and Jack D.
and all the other Goofy things people write that
l could not think of.
STUART NEWMARK, Get and do as much out
of life as you can. lt's a beautiful world if you
want it to be.
WAYNE EDDY NICHOLS, Soccer game with
CW A CF IWPl 64 Pontiac Tempest Summer
of 71 in VI BB Dan the man Biology with Lov
Hey here SH MB KB JB Bove I quit 16FCS
BBTECH. in 737
JEAN MARIE NIEDERMEIER, Good times and
the crazy stunts w7Deni.Fybo The Gook TFSM
MS Allman Bros. "High Narc!"
CLAIRE ELIZABETH NOLAN
JOAN O'BRlEN. l'll always remember these
three years with BS RS SM BS VS looking for-
ward to many more years with KB 1071769
SEAN T. O'BRlEN
PAUL J. O'DONNELL
WILLIAM T. O'HALLORAN
JEROME E. O'LEARY
PETER MOORE OLESON, Boss 302 Mustang
Bob leave the McDonald's sign where it be-
longs, Donny some day you'll see my car, Hi
Ken, JC BC KL BL RC SV EL VS JP TH GS
LOUIS S. A. ORIFICE
STEVEN S. ORZACK
CHRISTINE ANN OTlS,Newt Newt the wall 700
Natick!! "Yeech"the dog dunkin donuts "toots"
"banana" always CMDHRRPMRREMAGCMCCM
PMSJMT Austins majorettes concert choir
WILLIAM B. PAPPAS, "Learn each day as if
you were to live forever, live each day as if
you were to die tomorrow." The parking lot the
Brook party-on T.M.O.
STEPHEN I. PARK, All those hoopie days. I
can't move I can't move. Do you know the way
to Somerville? Are you actor? The wall special.
Thanks to Jess Parkszpurales geitto
NANCY J. PARKER
RICHARD BARRY PARAD, On ne voit bien
qu'avec le coeur. L'essentiel est invisible pour
les yeux. Antoine de Saint Exupery
DEBORAH PARISI, It's been really great play-
ing field hockey and getting to meet some ter-
JAMES W. PATTERSON
JOHN W. PATTISON
GWENDOLYN D. PAYNE
MIRANDA PEATTIE, If I hadn't wasted so much
time in Newton High School, I'd be a lot further
along than I am today.
VIRGINIA L. PECORARI, The best years. 70,
71, 72 with Chris Miss Abeles the window with
Marie and being on child care and teaching at
Franklin. lAnd the good times with C.C.,MC,MD.l
JAMES QUERZE PEEBLES, "lt takes a whole
lot of human feeling to be a human being" Con-
cert, marching, and stage band scum GBYSO
BHP made NHS bearable Fab. defenseman
JAMES A. PELLEGRINE, Today is the tomorrow
you worried about yesterday time will only tell
AMLTDC T7W PM LB GI Hawthorn weekends at
JI house by Chevy TF Rose garden TTAMF
ELVIRA P. PELLEGRINI, G.M. who has taught
me Eng LSITALIA CHE Ml HA dato vita C.H.
parce que ie peux te l'avouer je me suis at-I
tachee a toi Al Sr Davis porque amo el espanol.
LOUISE J. PELLEGRINI
MERRILL JOAN PELLOWS, Merrill Joan Pel-
lows Though we travel the world over to find
the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we
find it not.
BRIAN DREW PENDERGAST, Summer of 71
with Broken Leg, the Intermission, Hampton,
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TIEN T. PENG
SANDRA JOANNE PEPE, The fun times with
J.V. A.L. F.T. P.N. D.M. D.L. L.H. Never forget
the fun E block in the cafe with J.V. A.L. and
DAVID PERGOLA, Yes it does hurt when buds
burst, but then all buds must burst sometime
DONNA M. PERRY
CATHERINE C. PETERS
ERIC PETERSON. Thanks to good old Mr. G-
FC-WP. also to those rotten seniors from 72.
including Rozy good riddance
CYNTHIA J. PETITTI
NANCY E. PFUND, Perhaps it's the lunch we
had or the lunch we should have had. but I
am, in any case, a most inappropriate man in
a most unpropitious placelWallace Stevens
RONALD A. PHIPPS
JAMES A. PILLION
DAVID F, PINGREE, Climb the mountains and
get their good tidings. Natures peace will flow
into you as sunshine flows into trees.
JACOB DAVID PLATI, "For goodness sakes"
"Later on" the times when R.P. helped me with
my homework."Hey Panda. where are your
Panda shoes" the best years of my lite. NHS
MARIA PLATI, Feb 18 "that's it, he knows" Lee
NY 72 dead battery 3rd Mark super jocks my
friend Deb flame B.F. CAAJ soccerettes softball
1 2 3 my summer of 72
DAVID FRANK POLIVY. David F. Polivy Bigelow
Riley College FIA. 10771 NC 10770 The meal
JHS 3772 CHAWMSJW 64 VETTE Ao 2rd home
LYNNDA POLLEN, "lf you smile at me I will
understand because that is something that
everybody everywhere does in the same lan-
guage."CSN Thanks forAllthe smiles!
DAVID E. PRESSEY, Happiness is: the great
escape from the N.H.S. Prison camp 12 years
and I still don't know why
NANCY PRICE, Good luck to Val. with ??'??'?!
10721770,1172771 with J.W.
BONNEY A. PRINCE. Dying's very easy, wait-
ing's very hard-Swarb.Thanks SSRCSKFMJNA
BDBCBBBGTLLICG Carol 81 Karl8tTedl8tAlicel
and others EKSMATH-SKOO lines."l'm still with
PAULA J. PROCOPIO
ANTHONY R. PROIA
DOMINIC JOSEPH PROIA, Good times with Mal
8t Weave the zone Varsity soccer HR with V.M.
8 G.M. Fenway han's party "you know Stu"
Washington DC "Got your l.D."
PAUL N. PROIA
DONNA JEAN PUCCIARELLl,"I'lI stand alone
and take back something worth remembering."
l'll never forget the good times at NHS. My
second home with DBBSLC - EFS. smile!
PETER J. QUALTIERI, JR.
KATHLEEN M. OUINLAN
SHERYL A. QUINLAN
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MICHAEL G. OUINN. 1
THOMAS RICHARD OUINN. The Wall. Dirt Bikes
--Marhines I will have a Hypo. Checking out
the beaver Favorite expression at least Joll
The cory Friday nights at the DI with NM
LIZBETH OUIRK. "One beautiful quality of
friendship is to understand and to be under-
stood ' Good times wi TD TC PB JC breaks
w' SC JA Payroll SM. and trip 'BTP
RICHARD MICHAEL RAND. You can't always
get what you want. but it you try sometime
you ll finil youll get what you need. MS - I6
month-.. Nous :ivons oeaucoup de ioie Hoben-
ROBERTO J. RANGEL
DAVID J. RASNICK
JACCDUELINE F. RATHJENS
RICHARD READY Jim,Jim Do I Dare.,,Long-
street Crilumbo This is Annesi' Honest Ralph.
F'.i,rnrin: llqtsliri-r' I hate you McKay' Dogman
Fwd Tony" Uncle Norm Auburndale Fats
NUIIIE I.l REARDON
ERENDA A'-IN REDDY. Great times at N.R.W.
Dxamite Wknds. at Bs house. Best times with
B C L K D Sum TO T2 wackie Jackie Forever
I E4 72 hi D S D DotW l.W,S.
DIFIIIIALD E REDIKER
LISE ANNE REICHARD
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MARY LOUISE REIDY. Thanks to K.L. for sum-
mer of '72 Love to D.B, J.B.. M.L.. B.L.. M.J.
l'N.P.M". lT.H.. P.T.. D.D,, J,L.I 'lheated dis-
cussionsf Thats my song-up in a tree-"old
stoney" "the green machine"
CYNTHIA REILLY. "My mind wanders peace-
fully in the happiness inside of me. the time is
passing by and the rain now is gone" Thanks
always MR. Asoonda Beach forever
SHARON REISMAN. To live is to dance.
To dance is to live.
SUZANNE MICHELE REMAR I know no an-
swers and no truth for absolutely no soul alive
I will listen to no one who tells me morals,
There are no morals and I dream a lot: Bob Dylan
WILLIAM J, REMAR
PRISCILLA MARY RESS
JOHN M. RICCARDI
CATHY E, RIES
NORMA F, RILEY
DANA RISEBERG, N.C.C.H. V.W. S.L.G. C.V.
D.F. P.E.A. Blue sky
RUTH ROBERTS. 10721772 HR with Judy Monk
Inc. I see what you have the fire escape hey
man whens the next pink day? Good times
with ML. K.D. R.S. K.K. C.C. L.B. R.S. C.N.
MO. N.K. oh my God HAT
MARIE ROBICHAUD, Summer "72" great times
with Dennis 5119772 Chevelle S.S. Nubble light
"the ville" Maine No.FaImouth memories "Baby
blue" IC FA GB SO CD KB Scoop
ROBIN MERYL ROBINSON, "Treasure each
moment for it comes only once." 7!28!70 if
Nantasket CG do you know Dave from Revere
AM BC? Driving Newtonian Ad Editor, cheer-
MARK WAYNE ROCHE, To all the good times
in my Chevelle
ANNE S. ROGAL
DONALD ROME. Whatever you can do, or
dream you can, begin it. Boldness was genius,
power. and magic in it. A foolish sonsistance
is a hobgoblin of little of minds.
JUDI ROSEN, Hey. Agatha have you got FF?
Have 'nother joke Nudi 8 Nugi BB-DN Freak-
ing out in Aud. How's your "D"'? Whoppin
wooly FLB's queer dude BB's B-Bye now!!!!I
LISA T. ROSENBAUM
ALAN JAY ROSENBERG, I have nothing good
to say about Newton High School except that
I will no longer have to be here.
ANDREW A. ROSENBERG, Though the dry grass
whispers "necessary, necessary"
And the mud-colored adder
AMY R. ROSENBERG
DAVID ROSENDORF, Intermission time.
GLENN N. ROSS
LAURA ANN ROSS
LAURIE 1071769 great times with Bruce Z W L
Y F E summer "72" N A K G H W M "nights in
white satin" memorie J S K many times lHiI
"Don't ever be lonley"
MARCIA FAYE ROSS. "Walk hand in hand 81
together we will stand on a threshold of a
dream" JLL BGG. Spic 8t Span. Spitz, Rote,
Flip. memories wffriends. New Year's 72, lips.
MARY ROSETTI, Witches 8 fire escapes,
marching bands w!Phil. Rolly games: flics 8
six-free: curious. "sorry"-RV. 2719772 you
do the talkingg straws and all, OK.
DAVID JAMES ROSSI. Faceofts at Petes and
gatherings at Den's. Not to mention the Phoenix
with Pizanne. Hockey team, and all the other
great times. Hockey 123
DEBORAH LOUISE ROSSI
BERT R. ROZANSKI. Julie Loraine Cathy Grand
Prix Gail cuts Mr. Dickie Mrs. Wolf human re-
lations class electronics 1971-72 LL -4 RR
Marian Connely West Newton
LAURIE F. RUBIN
DEBORAH ELLEN RUDOLPH, "Loving the peo-
ple l've befriended." Thanks to "the guys."
whos dented?! quawbucks. phone booths, red
lights and the afteroom, right f.r8tm'? frogs
GUY ROBERT RUFO. Bang, Bang, shoot 'em
up! Corvairs. to Jeanette, remember mel Keep
on truckinl 63 Chevy. Nova. Speed kills. Play
it safe-buy a Ford. Momy.
DIANE ELIZABETH RUSS. Thanks to great
friends and great times. 912771 within every
man is an island. Sunrise at D.I. thank you, F.
for teaching me and for learning with me.
JOANNE M. RUSSO. "A time for greatness"
llD'un monde triste et gag" "thanks to PG PS
MH LW JD ll tricolore hel mio cuore
JOHN RUSSO, BHSI the night before the Sat.
shot score! Trying to make a four bid. Buying a
machine. Consuming the brew that made Barry
JOSEPH L. RUSSO
STEVEN RUSSO, Oh, well ....
CAROL F. RYAN
MARY K. RYAN
PAMELA ROSE SABBATH, DEMI 8t BILBO ani-
mals are the only good people in life. Goodbye
Newton elementary school
MICHAEL EDWARD SACKS,"GOIIy gee, Mud-
head, where's your school spirit?" "It's in the
rumble seat. Want a snort?"
CAROLE LYNN SAFTON, "I was one thread
woven into the tapestry, unimportant compared
to the whole but beautiful alone. I am me."
Good times with friends, Bruce, CG. Hi ya Sexy
MARSHA A. SALAMOFF
SUSAN B. SALETT
STEPHEN SALL, Stephen I. Sall Day Riley
Senior Class Rep "Some men see things that
are and say why. I dream of things that never
were and say why not." RFK
SUSAN JAN SAMUELS, "I need you more than
want you, and I want you for all time." M.A.S.
always 671772-M.M. S.D.
MARIA P. SANCHEZ
ELLEN PAULA SANDERS, If you smile at me I
will understand because that is something that
everybody everywhere does in the same lan-
DAVID SANDLER, Florida with K.G.g all nighters
at the B.G.g the route S.P. On Fridays, FIC-1,
LITCHFIELDS Hotspot intermissiong Newman
house card club, good times had by all
STEPHEN SANSEVERO, Good luck to Tom L.,
Mike M., Joe, and Tom M. and to all the other
on the wall "settle the down.
SALVATORE ROBERT SANTUCCI, Good times
in Harvey parking lot with BK. PH. CD. TK. CB.
DL. FL. BL. DM. KM. TF Good times with JH
in Sci, always remember the summer with Jean
SCOTT THEODORE SAROFF, Life is but a bowl
of cereal-it goes snap, crackle, and pop! Life
is also but a bowl of spagetti-you must un-
tangle it before digesting it. Thanks
KAREN A. SAUNDERS
LINDA E. SCALES
THEODORE B. SCHAEFER
JOHN T. SCHERMERHORN
ANNE SCHERTZER, Bathroom memoriesg the
gang, perpetual years. Oct. 23 and Jan 21,
concentration daysg "I'm so confused!" Bessieg
BRADFORD L. SCHIFF
EDWARD B. SCHILDER
GARY SCHMITT,Once a king always a king but
once a night is enough. El Phoenex with DL +-
DR + Bavarian bake. The parties 4- concen-
tration baze Hampton + the gang CCRMSCSP
LISA SCHNEIDER, All my love to Bonnie, Llsa,
Jim my Georgie Tunafish Days: Jerry David,
Oh, Mr. Davis, Brigham's with S.S. 71.
SUSAN M. SCHOFIELD, "Miles from nowhere,
guess l'll take my time." Marriott Music Hall
Look out for that nail You're soft Dr William
God only knows Yrbk Deb-l've gotta go!
ANDREW SCHON, 352 ford 95 ft. dynamite
K.G. F.G. D.G. M.B. Jeff loves Fords 71 stock
in first national great! gymnastics l,2,3. Muctohs
Mr. Jessup thanks! Cabot's gang HC
JEFFREY C. SCHULTZ
BARBARA P. SCHWAB, l'll always remember
RS, SM, VS, JO, RD, GS, DB at the tree 2772.
8716772 many thanks to Mrs, A. goodbye NHS:
it was fun.
ELIZABETH ANN SCHWAB, Basketball, Volley-
ball, To some of the people thanks, it's been
fun. To the rest so long.
MUZZI SCHWABECK, Jeff, I don't know. I wish
this was under my picture . . L'essential est
invisable pour les yeux."
St. Antoine Exupery
KATHERINE HARNET SCOTT, "Some people
look at things that are and ask why? But I
look at things that never were and ask why
not?" Best of luck to all my friends. Sailing Team
DARRYLN SEARLE. Peace rules the day, where
reason rules the mind.
BARBARA J. SELENKOW, You've got to respect
someone who can spell Wednesday-even if
they can't spell it right.
STEPHEN MARK SELTZER, Free Swiss, four
bidy Maltese Falcon, Friday four, skating, cor-
ruption, miscall math, grippo soph bio, English.
chem labs, attorney general
NORMAN R. SEMENTELLI
THOMAS R. SHANE
PAUL SHANNON, Newton High is a cool place
to go to school if you can make your classes
even if you can't,outside activities are the best
AMY SHAPIRO, Some day l'll be a chorus girl
and wear a sequined halter top and hot pants
and live like a star.
CAROL J. SHAPIRO
LINDA B. SHATZ
JAMES F. SHAW, HR Manager JR class VP
SFA football indoor track-Co captain outdoor
track-captain "show me a good loser and
I'lI show you a loser" Red "ding dong" KL
PAUL R. SHERIDAN
RICHARD SHEROFF, Omar fthe tentmakerl
Shariff Riley house whist and hearts Randolf
Nantasket Dedham West Roxbury Brookline
honest ABE Rose! BRG chem board? Academy
MARK M. SHONFELD, I had a great time all
through high school. Appreciate everything all
my teachers did for me. I enjoyed the work
ROBERT B. SHOR
DAVID M. SHORE
MARY SHORTSLEEVE,"Earth's the right place
for love: I don't know where it's likely to go
NATALIE L. SHULKIN
DINA A. SHUMAN
MICHAEL I. SIEGAL
DAVID J. SIEGEL
ILENE R. SILBERBERG, Romper stomper
bomper boo tell me tell me tell me do magic
mirror tell me today did all my friends have
fun at play? -Miss Jean
STEVEN D. SILIN
ROBIN SILVERMAN, I'Il never forget the G.G.
parties over VS's house with BS SM JO JR JE
JR EM the weekend of 6724772 and the nights
at the tree
DAVID SILVERMAN, the men:E.Y., S.B., D.C..
K.G., DS., G.H., G.M., S.S.. RS., Amy-A great
"little sister", Litchfield D.I. intermission club,
35.00--Eric, Volvos are fl, Old colony GS
GARY S. SILVERMAN
ROBERT G. SILVERMAN
LISA SIMON, "Youve got to grab for all the
gusto you can in life" Being asuburban--Hip-
FreakfJock-Jap Was nice to keep 'em guess-
ing. Anyways. besides, right Jeffrey?
MARILYN J. SKILLMAN
JONATHAN S, SKINNER
IVARS V. SKRODERS
LINDA G. SMITH
SUSAN ANN SMITH. Don't part with your il-
lusionsg when they are gone you may still exist
but you have ceased to live Weeks, Bacon col-
lege thought prints volleyball
RICHARD CURTIS SNYDER, Litchfield, the hill,
the sled lax, 71 football, basketball lacrosse. The
harder you work the harder it is to give up
GARY L. SOPRANO
GEORGE F. SORENSEN
DONALD J. SOSTEK. If three years could fit
into 150 boxes, then this is where they belong!
Hi booze. FJ's at N.H. 420 next! L28 beat south
no prince this time Antoine.
GEORGE S. SOULIOTIS
PAUL T. SOULIOTIS
NICHOLAS A. SPADA
JAMES A. SPAULDING, Day, Riley Future
service Tech, School? Times to rememberz
breakfasts with GC and lunches with KB. Home-
room with GV RH PM. Sayings l'll take two
DAVID A. SPEAR
LINDA SPITZBERG. 'tWe are 2 alone we are 3
together we are 4 each other' JLL BBG Geez
Louise Hey man! Bio W Ernie Neeto! l-lola
Thanks to my friends. Love to Carol and Marcia.
ROBERT S. SPIVACK
WARREN K. STANLEY
VINCENT PAUL STANTON, Vincent Stanton Jr.
activitiesi too numerous to recite here. "One
of the benefits of a college education is to
show the boy its little avail" Emerson,
VIRGINIA STAPLES. I won't forget Smackie
Joanne Jackie Tommy and Colt 45
JOYCE ELLEN STAVIS. To grow is to change
and to have changed often is to have grown.
Much anonymous to the 5 yr. old club 8. it's
members. or to the gang, I love you!
JOAN AMY STECKER. Life is like a sewer,
what you get out of it depends on what you
put into it. Newtonite
EUGENE PI-IILLIP STEELE. I liaven't been in
this school too long but while l've been here,
I've learned a lot about life Thanks to all the
FREDERICK W. STEFANIAK
WILLIAM STEINBERG. SFA. football, baseball.
basketball, wrestling, Newtonian. Outward Bound.
Knowing a lot of great people especially my
teammates and esp. Cap and the offensive line.
NANCY STENHOUSE, Common madness. Zin-
gar, trilogy, scattered fragments of memories.
its only the giving that makes you what you are.
JEFFREY ALAN STERN. Newtonian Tennis Bi-
ology club Pats Peak-NSPS tomorrow never
comes. for when it is tomorrow. it is today and
when today is over. it's yesterday.
SCOTT STERNBURG. Intermission C.Z. Litch-
fields F. Tours of Boston Cappy's home room
Sat night dances Comm Ave excursion runs
"Was it worth it all"
DIANE ROBIN STILLER, t'Love to Carole King
check socks and Koalo bears" 7730771 the
worst Fleb 8. rock thanks Mr, Gardner for every-
thing Art Ha! A certain Chevy that goes to Rl
MICHAEL A. STOLPER
DEBORAH ELLEN STONE, That we may love
life and live it abundantly." Thanks to all those
who have helped me do so,
GARY RICHARD STONE. Ski Club Bridge Club
French Club Bacon House Council Homeroom
manager Newtonite Orange Book Newtonian "lf
you never say goodbye, nothing ever ends .... "
JOAN MARIE STORER. Sally. Judy. Joan, and
Lisa remember the class in room 229 72-73
SCOTT A. STYLOS
ELAINE GAIL SUCHMAN. Modern man wor-
ships at the temple of science, but science tells
him only what is possible. not what is right.-
Milton S. Eisenhower
The fish when hes exposed to air
can show no trace of savour faire . ..
The chastest of the vertebrates.
He never even sees his mates.
But when theyve finished. he appears
And O.K.'s all their bright ideas.
ANNA MARIE SULLIVAN, All my love to be
centered around the people who have made my
lite worth living,Thank you Mr. Prevoir and to
everyone inthe art room. Luv to Mike,
EDWARD L. SULLIVAN
ROBERT GEORGE SULLIVAN. Ever notice hovv
last time flies when you're having fun?
ITIAIL N. SYPHERS
AIYINE R TAYLOR
ROBERT PAUL TEDESCHI. Good times with
Janet Hamton beach 64 Chevy 67 GTO. Great
weekends down the store and ville. Crashing
prirtys '71" Groging bays being A B 2 Hardhat
The boys at the wall
JOHN TEDESCO, TDLA-Wetlook blue sneakers
the ugliest thing I ever saw. JPA-good times
with: JP JB LM BM DL AM GF TAMOFFU CC
MY PM DA
SALLY ANN TENNANT, "ln this seasonless
world we laugh, but not all our laughter, and
cry, but not all our tears." thanks Lady Warren
you have become a part of me.
JAMES STEPHEN TERRASI. Home Room and
M, R. P. The gang at Stalag 13 DM CU Big one
can't forget the ace mooch! possible!! well Fred
it's all over.
STEVEN M. TERRELL
TIMOTHY VERNE TERRlO,"Oh my reason and
my ways keep on changing from day to day as
I grow it becomes so clear why l'm here"
Chicago, table Tennis, choir, band, ornithology
CATHERINE LINDSAY THOMAS. W.Ends at
N.Ville 81 N.C. Burr Park Elliot church, baked
12718770 love Robert Bld. 3 CID, Diane "K"
Elm Park. Big J. Mouse Kyle. Julia. John, 9737
EVA MARIE THOMAS, Russian Club, Italian
PETER O. THOMAS. "Damn It man! I can't un-
derstand all I know," Harvey Gammage He who
laughs last laughs best. Ha Ha Ha Orchestra
Barry House Project.
GEOFFREY BRUCE THOMPSON. As they say in
Latin: Post Proelium, Praemium. after the bat-
tle. the reward. Newtonite Biology club. sopho-
TIMOTHY LESTER THORMAN. Please! every-
thing was going so well! Homeroom with AMS,
stage crew and Sam. Thanks to Mr. Smith and
Mr. Lasker. Music forever!
KATHLEEN THREADGOLD, "Sometimes all of
our thoughts are misgivings." Falmouth DN
Summer friends VT, Feb vaca, CM JG way
down AT are we queer? all g's bye bye map
bb's safo all nighters
MIMI A. THURMAN. "Everybody has to be
somebody to somebody to be anybody" DF CG
BW Thanks Tutoring Newtonian Russian Club
MICHAEL F. TIGHE
KARL K. TITLEBAUM
RHONDA BETH TOBIN. Long ago. . . it must be
...I have a photograph. Preserve your memo-
riesg theyre all thats left you. Good luck to
all my friends.
THEODORE C. TOCCI, JR., "Without laughter
my world would be a very ugly place." Thanks
and good luck to all my friends!'!The Rowdy
CHRISTINA M. TOMACELLI
JUDITH TRAMONTOZZI, Oct. '71 WC,NWC 357-
18P my house bk's strawa. MP's sayings J.M.
D.C. M.P. J.C. Pete, l'll make you spaghetti
anytime. Good luck to Denise and Jorge
STEPHEN S. TURESKY
DONNA LEE TURNER, Best of luck to Trixie 8r
Pixie luck to DS. PN, JN, PB, RC, SP, CO, MC,
MC. Summer of "7O 8r 71" good time at Lake
Waldron with RAH RAH, democs! Screaming
FRANCA TUSEI, La vita e bella te la devi godere
ma mon andarci mai troppo forte
MORRIS STUART TYE. What little time I spent
here was too much! Fat man -1 Friends, Katy's,
Int. Lng, BrookIine'?'?? I am not in this world
to live up to your expectations .... " The house
on the hill?
EVELYN DEVONNE TYLER. Blakie-Lo-8t Me
"Happiness makes up in height what it lacks in
length." We've only just begun-be for real be
happy 8t be good!
MARCIA ANN TYMAN. Worrying never solves a
problem Nick 5727772 Sea coast shores. east
Falmouth BW? the green girls Austins thanks
Pam music always thanks Rudy! T.T.A.M.F.
MARGARET MARY TUNSTALL, For my head is
clear. from the cobwebs of a shelf, from a tear
-God gave me a song-Love to all miss you,
Stephen Thanks to gerlachs U.P Church.
JOHN TUTUNGIAN, football co capt. lacrosse co
Capt. state lacrosse champs 1972, great times
with the team good times at the state.
CHRISTINA L. ULLRICK
LEE A. VACHON
PAUL MICHAEL VASSALOTTI, Soccer, Hockey,
UA man can be beaten two ways, if he dies or
if he quits."
CHRISTOPHER E. VAUGHAN, Possible!C.E.V.
A L.E.B. Falcon '62 N.H.S. gym. '71 '72 '73
Three credits! Warren N.H. Evinrude.
MARY VEDUCCIO, good times at WNSBFS
right Janice! Mighty and Minny forever! Itchy
Debbie? Maryanne and the Marriott. Mom and
Dad thanks for everything. l.L.P.C.F.E.
DONNA LYNNE VERNON
CAROL A. VERNON
JONATHAN B. VERSHBOW, Baseball, soph.
JVQ student senate? Paranoia strikes deep "lf
life's for living, what's living for?"-R. Daviesg
sitting. starring, saying nothing -4 PE classes.
SHERRILL VINE, College "Sherry" Europe 71
Switzerland 72 t'Ouerer es poder" l'll never
forget LH EB DL MB DM LH MA CG RD the
first kids I met when I came to NHS last year.
STEVEN J. VISCO
GARY VITTI. Joanne 72 Warm winter days in
the tunnels, long days down Austins, great times
at the wall and in homeroom with Jim, Paul,
RALPH ANTHONY VITTI. No more Mr. Nice
Guy-Pa I Summer 71 w7FM DogMan-how'd
you get that name? M.R.2719772-Vt.-M. Blues
-Arlington 71 w746 sec Ftball 1,2.3Lax1,2,Co-
LISA DIANE WALDEN. J-M-H-L-R. Miles apart
yet always together, A.W. 10716770 CMW. Who
knows where the time goes? P.C.-"...never
MARJORIE P. WALK
MARY WALKER. Good times with PK MD GM
KS CP D block with.Mrs. Resnick, "Nuff", Au-
burndale bus, coffee right Mary?! Glenda you
BAKE! to Bobby Damn you anyway! Summer of
71 and 72.
PAUL F. WALSH
STEPHEN J. WALSH
GEORGE WANSIEWICZ, I had a great time I
have never seen so many people lie in my life
than up here. Wiesakowsky Scoopie The meoney
did it to him Jungle Jim.
PETE JOSEPH WARSHAUER, What am I steam:
vapor, for the rush. Poking-12,3 and 4-Few
hits.cIoset-food.FR122 FRl2201 a good times
with D.B. J.R. Right on Nevt-Nevts
MARK T. WASHBURN
ROBERT L. WATSON
DONALD L. WEBBER, Good times with Mal -Q
Bonzi. The gun. TW. Hoop. H.K. French Fabene!
H.O.P. windows. Mental health club. The shag.
DOREEN B. WEEMS
PETER LAWRENCE WEIL, Peter Weil, Mordor
CHERYL WEINBERG, So hold out your smile
take my hand and be happy. These pictures of
sadness are not all they seem N.H.S. Teenage
ROBIN GAIL WEINER, Roblnsky G. Weinerelly
-my summer and all good times with S.A.
D. B. S. L-J. B. Forgeting all that isn't worth
remembering and remembering what you can't
AARON WEINGROD. Undecided Murray-Hill
MICHAEL PETER WEINREB, Sept. 11, 1971, 42
Montrose St. PR. and Florida with Debbie.
South, Tennis and 62 Rachel Rd. Bubbles the
Prom and all my love to Debbie.
LAURENCE WEISBERG, I had a good three
years here. I Shall miss the school and its
PHILIP B. WELSH
GERALD WENTWORTH, It was a great 4 years
and l'll never forget all the kids J.C. J.D. J.N.
B.S. R.H. P.W. K.M. and Eileen.
WAYNE W. WENTWORTH, l have had a good
four years at Newton Tech High and I will al-
ways remember my friends of 73 JC, JN, JD,
RH, PW, KM and Judy.
HARRY P. WESTON
PHILLIP D. WETHERALL
CYNTHIA L. WHITE, Chineese food-fisher? Big
B-Do your? Nick-Franky's class 8 Pizza al:
give 8 go! L.M.-why soitney 8t Cleveland
Circle lodgehanger son ofa preacher man.
JOAN M. WHITE
PETER E. WHITE, Loree 672772 All the good
times together. Dirt bikes. Yamahas, drive in,
Buick wagon power lines parking. Hunting squir-
rels with Peter D., fat ugly Benson etc.
GERALD WILENSKY,SCI'1oOl's out forever!
JEFFREY WILENSKY, Summer of "72" C.C.O.
Bronco nehoc. C.C. I G.F. staff, U.S.S.A.
Wheeler 400-2+ 4
JULIA D. WILLIAMS
DAVID E. WILSON
IAN R. WILSON, Wrestling 123 Baseball New-
tonian "ln the final analysis, the individual must
ultimately bear the responsibility of the group,
regardless of position."
RONALD F. WILSON
ALAN LEE WINICK
PAUL JIMMY WOLF, Baking with the men
moonal JBOY PBOY DIMBA MOOSE SAA BOR
STONES with GABE July 18, Summer '72
Soitney, tramp. track, MBAND,skillub pres, P+
W,my cap, tiko tiko,
THOMAS WOLF, "I'm not running away from
my responsibilities. l'm running to them. There's
nothing negative about running away to save
my life." Joseph Heller Peace.
ARTHUR B. WOLFSON
JOHN E. WOMBOLDT, 13 Churchill St. Day
Adams College Xcountry 123 wrestling 123
track 123 Adams House Pres. striving for what-
ever you can get or whatever you give.
BRADFORD G. WOOD
PAULA WRENN, Marching Band Cheerleader
Senior Class Treasurer Biology Club "On ne
voit bien qu'avec le coeur. L'essentiel est in-
visible pour les yeux." St. Exupery
PETER WRENN, "Now l've been happy lately
thinking about the good things to come and I
believe it could be, something good has begun"
NORMAN N. WU
MARYANNE YERARDI. Joe:5-15-72 . . . Oh! Darl-
ing Rolling Stones-2:30 "Get me home" lDizzy
B.l Austins MGS "Just once in my life" Thanks
Mikie Pam, Debbie, Carol Tambfft L7Min.7"73"
PATRICIA YERARDI, Summer 72 Falmouth
Plymouth V.T. D.C. C.C. WNS Bld I Good times
with C.H.S.L. A.S. G.S. P.R. K.L. "A.T.F.H."
CRSRD9716771 NICKY always 10729772
EMILY YOFFE, "I was gratified to be able to
answer promptly, and I did. I said I didn't
know." Mark Twain.
ERIC BRUCE YOGEL, Good times at Litchfield
SF Vet He 73 the men, old Earl Tish Hoss.
Salami, times with M.C. intermission L. Drive-
Ins "the road to tomorrow is today" NIG
DAVID ALBIN YOUNG, The Wall, The tunnel
and the Hardguy I was, John, Meathead and
the baked sale, Mrs. Ford's math? class,
Marilyng summer school and of course, Nancy.
JEFFREY YOUNG, Chess Club 8. team, tennis I
P-K4 with E.K., D.P., K.H., L.N. A journey of a
thousand steps begins with the first K'ung-Fu-
ROBIN S. YOUNG
ANDREW ZACHARY. The most obnoxious fool
is an educated fool. Bridge Club.
MICHAEL ZIBIT, I rejoice at the fact that my
friends think well enough of me to mention me.
PATRICIA ANN ZIMBLE, I can see clearly now.
Marriott affair Labor Day weekend 72 Fri nights
1730771 Mmm the L8s Thursday's in the sum-
LISA ZIMMER, "I got the urge for going when
the meadow grass is turning brown summer-
time is falling down winter's closing ln" Lots
of thanks G.G. 8 L.D. for keeping me going.
STEVEN MARK ZOLL, Homeroom 1128 French
S.S. D.G. Erasers I leave Nancy with her red
The Academy 302
Adam's House 303
T. W. Anderson 306
Ann's Sub Shop 306
Atwood's Camera Shop 296
Auburndale Gulf 301
Austin Coffee Shop 304
Bacon House 290
Barnes and Jones 304
Barnett Fabrics 303
Barsam Rugs 296
Berejik Motors 292
Boston Gas 296
Boulevard Pharmacy 293
John T. Burns 8 Sons 305
Captain Mardens 299
Carley Realtors 299
Chestnut Hill Hotel 297
Circle Theatre 289
Clay Chevrolet 302
Cleveland Circle Auto School 303
The Cobbler Shop 284
Cramer Electronics 304
Curtis-Newton Corporation 299
Designs in Wool 299
Dial n' Sew 298
Diamond Automotive Distributors 299
Dubois Company 304
Dunkin' Donuts 305
Eastern Metal Mill Products 301
Edward's Lumber 299
Edward the French Tailor 302
Fashion Rack 306
M. J. Flaherty 298
Flodin Sewing Machine 293
Fox Pharmacy 287
Fred Fowler Company 298
Frisky Bait and Tackle 297
Ellis Gale 298
Garden City Oil 284
Garden City Trust 284
Andrew Geller 286
Greene Drug Company 302
Arthur T. Gregorian lnc. 300
Grossman Lumber 306
Hammond Furniture 303
Harris Cycle 297
Hart Printing Service 293
Hendricken Bros., Inc. 295
Highland Mills Shop 293
Hip Pocket, Inc. 286
House of Favors 306
The Huddle-Eric Stevens 292
Hunnewell Market 297
International Tires 308
Jade Island 305
Jeri-Sue Gifts 302
John's Hair Fashions 296
Justin's Ice Cream 297
Ken Kaye Krafts 296
Keyes Pharmacy 306
Koocher Realty 287
Jack Lane 290
Le Baron Hardware 288
London Lass 288
Mackay Funeral Home 300
The Marriott 305
Martini Imports 285
Mass Hardware 303
McNeilly Oldsmobile 297
Midas Mufflers 288
Midnite Foods 300
J. 8 S. Mobil Station 308
Multi-Service Center 299
New England Telephone Co. 291
News Tribune 311
Newton Buick 295
Newton Car Radio 298
Newton Co-operative Bank 298
Newton Centre Camera 8 Music 306
Newton Flower Shop 305
Newton Junior College 285
Newton Photo 298
Newton Shade 8 Screen 304
Newtonville Camera Exchange 305
Newtonville T.V. 8 Record 306
Nonantum Lumber 300
Northeast Federal 284
Norumbega Stamp 8 Coin 304
One More Tyme 306
O'Toole Printers 310
Paul L. Pattison Real Estate 296
Pewter Pot 286
Philippine Imports 286
H. Piken 8 Co. 305
Prep Shop 284
Pulsifer School of Music 298
Purdy Photographers 294
Ralph's Shoes 305
Rhodes Pharmacy 306
Riley House 295
Rino of Italy 293
Robin Personnel 311
Roblin Insurance Agency 296
Al Rogan's 287
Roma Subs 8 Pizza 306
Ronald's Coiffeurs 300
Rosenberg's Kosher Foods 296
Sacarob Assoc. Realtors 297
Salon Di Ca West 286
Sal Rizzo 308
G. Salvucci 8 Co. 293
Scrub a Dub 287
Seltzer's Garden City 303
Senior Class 309
Shell Station 311
Shipley Co., Inc. 302
Shoe Horn 308
Silver Lake Electronics 299
South Pacific 300
Star Market 311
Sunoco Station 287
D. Suvalle 297
Swartz Hardware 296
The Tux Shop 308
Waban Hardware 301
Waban Hill Associates 306
Waban News 292
Walnut Street Garage 302
Warren Coveney's Ford Sales 287
Wayne Drug 308
West Newton Savings Bank 292
West Newton Theatre 304
Wiggen Realty 302
Winn-Gilbert Associates 304
The Wood Hut 286
Ye Friar Tuck's 292
Yem Mee Restaurant 290
Zenith World 289
he Family of Toby E. Boyer
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Davis
he Fentin Family
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Galton
he Howard Family
Mrs. Eva Kaplan
he Marshall Family
he Steinberg Family
he Stone Family
Mr. R. M. Block and Family
The Davis Family
The Robert C. Baker Family
The Boates Family
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fruitt and Family The Burger Family
Dr. Earl Hellerstein and Family
Mr and Mrs Jose h Davis
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Mr. Robert Keezer and Family
The David J. Kelley Family
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kendall
Mr. John King
The Little Family
The Herbert Low Family
The Robert Morrison Family
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Selenkow
Mr. Harmon Stone
The Durkin Family
The Fasman Family
The Malcolm Green Family
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Loitherstein and Family
The Luther R. Manning, Jr. Family
The Allan Mowatt Family
The Theodore Schaefer, Jr. Family
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Thompson and Family
The Arthur and Lillian Vash Family
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We never came to you my frlends How can we fund the shnnung words
And went away wlthout The glowlng phrase that tells
Some new enrlchment of the heart All that your patlence has meant to us
More falth and less of doubt All that your frlendshlp Spells'P
More courage for the days ahead There IS no word no phrase for you
And often ln great need On whom we so depend
Coming to you we went away All we can say to you as thus
Comforted Indeed God bless you precious frlends
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NEWTONVILLE 60 MASS.
Creative Arts and Crafts Materials
JOHN S HAIR FASHIONS
315 WALNUT STREET NEvvTONvn.LE
ATWOOD S CAMERA SHOP
21 PELHAM STREET
NEWTON CENTRE MASS.
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969-1710 Residence 332-8746
61 LANGLEY ROAD, NEWTON CENTRE
PAUL L. PATTISON REAL ESTATE
BARSAM RUG CENTER
270 CENTRE STREET
Best Wishes to the Class of 73
CHESTNUT HILL HOTEL
CUSTOM MADE RODS RODS REELS REPAIRED
FRISKY BAIT 84 TACKLE SERVICE
FRESH 8. SALT WATER BAIT
291 WATERTOWN ST. RT. 16 NEWTON MASS.
Open 7 Days a Week Tel. 244-9682
LA 7-3650 Res. LA 7-3980
LA 7-1222 LA 7-4411
Plumbing 8. Heating - Electric Appliances
20 WOODWARD STREET
NEWTON HIGHLANDS 61 MASS.
2195 COMMONWEALTH AVE. AT LAKE STREET
iacross from Boston Collegel
Residential Properties in Newton and Brookline
- DAVID SUVALLE INC
1286 WASHINGTON STREET
WEST NEWTON MASS.
Visit Our New Showroom
Prime Quality Meats
441 CENTRE STREET NEWTON MASS.
JUSTIN ICE CREAM
S J MCNEILLY INC
639 HAMMOND STREET
CHESTNUT HILL MASS. 02163
GIORGIO S ANTIPASTO HOUSE
Italian Foods and Pizza
Beer and Wine
71 UNION ST. NEWTON CENTRE MASS. 02159
SAGES NEWTON CENTER MARKET
Everything Good To Eat
1241 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTRE
ELLIS GALE STUDIO INC
751 BEACON STREET
NEWTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS
Newton s Leading Photographer
Congratulations to the Class of 73
NEWTON COOPERATIVE BANK
305 WALNUT ST. NEWTONVILLE MASS
1308 WASHINGTON ST
WEST NEWTON MASS. 244-8000
PULSIFER SCHOOL OF MUSIC
M J FLAHERTY COMPANY
29 WAREHAM STREET
NEWTON CAR RADIO
Car Radio Sales 8 Service - Communication Systems
Public Address Systems - Car Stereo Systems
873 WALNUT STREET NEWTON CENTRE MASS.
John E. Borelli Gen. Manager
DIAL N SEW
Simply Better Sewing Machines
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Joe Pusifer 332-7773
1349 CENTRE ST., NEWTON, MASS. 02159
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Phone 332 3808
Photo Finishing Cameras Greeting Cards
283 NASHINGTON ST NEWTON MASS 02158
FRED FOWLER CO
315 AUBURN STREET
AUBURNDALE MASS 02166
SILVER LAKE ELECTRONICS INC
337 WATERTOWN STREET
NEWTON, MASS. 02158
Lumber - Building Materials
Specializing in the Nevvtons
1171 WASHINGTON STREET 244-2966
305 WATERTOWN STREET NEWTON
so CRAFTS STREET NEWTONVILLE
CAPTAIN MARDEN S SEAFOODS INC
WEST NEWTON WELLESLEY HILLS
EDWARD S LUMBER
29 CRAFTS STREET NEWTONVILLE
Good Wood Goods
LA 7 5500
GUISEPPI'S SUB SHOP
22 Washington Terrace
Newtonville, Mass. 02160
MEDICAL CLINIC - DRUG COUNSELING
EMERGENCY HOUSING - LEGAL AID
V.D. 8t PREGNANCY TESTS - COUNSELING
Days: 9-5 Mon. thru Fri.
Eves: 7-10 Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fr'.
No fees anonymous everything is confidential
DESIGNS IN WOOL
MRS DANA DRAPER Owner
37 Lmcoln Street Newton Hughlands Mass 02161 2441233
501 Hugh Street Dedham Mass 02026 326 5106
DIAMOND AUTOMOTIVE DIST NCI
441 Watertown St Newton Mass 527 2476
1185 Chestnut St Newton Upper Falls Mass 527 4710
All Parts for All Cars at Student Discount Prices
EXOTIC DRINKS - FINEST CHINESE CUISINE
Open til 2 A.M.
Luncheon Special 11:30 A.M - 3 P.M
Call DE 2-7250
1152 BEACON STREET NEWTON
275 EASTERN AVENUE MALDEN
Mansfield Chen Mgr.
ARTHURT GREGORIAN INC
2284 WASHINGTON STREET
NEWTON LOWER FALLS MASS. 02162
hand-woven rugs from Iran lPersiaI Tur-
key and Afghanistan. We also have a
large collection of rare antique orientals
purchased from local estates. For informa-
tion write or call collect
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901 WALNUT STREET NEWTON. MASS.
Opposite A8iP Parking Lot at 4 Corners
465 CENTRE STREET NEWTON MASS
MIDNITE FOODS 84 LAUNDROMAT
MacKAY FUNERAL HOME
719 WASHINGTON STREET
Open until Midnite
NONANTUM LUMBER CO
430 PLEASANT STREET
WATERTOWN MASS 02172
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF 1973
John McHugh Tel 527 9527
2078 COMMONWEALTH AVE KAT AUBURN STI
NEWTON MASS 02166
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Best Wishes to the Graduatmg Class
The Red Baron
Copper - Brass - Aluminum - Beryllium - Bronze
WABAN HARDWARE 329 1200
1641 BEACON STREET WABAN MASS
Hardware Paint Oils
T105 EAST STREET
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JERI SUE GIFTS
318 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE MASS.
Greetings Cards - Gitts
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SHIPLEY COMPANY INC
230 WASH-NGTJN STREET
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332-1477 Volkswagen Specialists 527-9674
WALNUT ST GARAGE
HIGHLAND TEXACO SERVICE
1151 WALNUT ST. NEWTON HIGHLANDS MASS. 02161
LIGGETT REXALL Dnues W'GG'N REA'-TY
. 889 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWTONVILLE
375 WASHINGTON TR ET
S E Sales, Rentals 81 Appraisals
DOWNTOWN BOSTON N 4 . 332-6850
Discount Prescription Center selling or Buying Call Us for Fast Service
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, Original Creations
THE FRENCH TAILOR
845 WASHINGTON ST
Phone 332 8052 NEWTONVILLE MASS
Bus 969 2200
THE ACADEMY CLAY CHEVROLET
ot Physical and Social Development NEWTON CORNER MASS
792 BEACON ST NEWTON CENTRE MASS 02159 431 WASHINGTON STREET
Used Cars Bought and Sold
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CAB01"3 ICE CREAM ROUTE 9 CHESTNUT HILL
SELTZER S GARDEN CITY INC
Flowers for every occasion
1 FLORENCE STREET NEWTON
:: MAss HARDWARE a. suPPLv co
617 - 244-3100
WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON
BARNETT FABRIC STORES INC
Phone LAselI 7 4587
305 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CORNER
ADAMS HOUSE COUNCIL
CLEVELAND CIRCLE AUTO SCHOOLS
NEWTON LA 7 3100
CAMBRIDGE KI 7 6700
BROOKLINE LO 6 8800
Bunnie and Cape
AUSTIN COFFEE SHOP
BARNES 81 JONES INC
Steamheatlng -- Industrial Steam
31 CRAFTS STREET, lEwToNvlL.LE
Congratulations Class of 1973
WEST NEWTON THEATER
Congratulations to the Class of 73
New England s Most Complete Stereo Center
817 Boylston St. Northshore
Opp. the Pru. Shopping Center
267 4700 532 0800
Residential - lndustrial - Commercial
WINN GILBERT ASSOCIATES INC
753 BEACON STREET NEWTON MASS. 02159
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600 PLEASANT STREET
WATERTOWN MASS 02172
We have a complete home and Industrial
service whlch Includes
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NORUMBEGA STAMP AND COIN CO
297 AUBURN STREET AueuRNoALE
Thomas Lesanto Blgelow 4 3128
NEWTON SHADE 81 SCREEN CO
Venetian Blinds Screens Window Shades
Aluminum Windows Doors Jalousies Aluminum Siding
282 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CORNER MASS
NEWTONVILLE CAMERA EXCHANGE
S31 WASHINGTON STREET
NEWTONVILLE MASS. 02160
Tel. 16171 965-1240
940 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON MASS
Famous Name Shoes
1148 BEACON STREET NEWTON MASS
Our Congratulations to the Class of '73
JOHN T. BURNS 81 SONS, INC.
Serving the Newton's Since 7892
REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE
242 Comonwealth Ave. 803 Washington St
Chestnut Hill Newtonville
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Sundays and Holidays open 12 noon
Daily Luncheon Special
Polynesian and Chinese Cuisine -- Cocktails
Orders put up to Take Out - 969-2240 - 41 - 42
870 WALNUT STREET, NEWTON, MASS. 02159
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NEWTON FLOWER SHOP
899 WALNUT STREET AT FOUR CORNERS
NEWTON MASS. 02161
PIKEN 84 CO INC
40 COURT STREET
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Resale Clothing from
1275 WASHINGTON STREET
WEST NEWTON MASS. 02165
NEWTONVILLE T V 81 RECORD CO RHODES PHARMACY
321 WALNUT STREET WABAN
NEWTONVILLE MASS. 02160
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Party Favors for All Occasions
323 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE
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Repaurmg Gifts for the Grad 244-1498
J E w E L E R 310 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE MASS. 02160
329 AUBURN STREET AUSURNOALE MASS. 02166 965-2746
ROMA SUBS 3, PIZZA WABAN HILL ASSOCIATES
322 WALNUT STREET 554 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE
NEWTONVW'-E NEWTON CENTRE MASS. 02159
THE ELLIDT W KEYES PHARMACY
ANN S SUBMARINE SANDWICH SHOP Establushed 1885 Robert M Levme BS Reg Pharm
Where America's Finest Subs Are Served 349 AUBURN STREET, AUBUFINDALE- MASS
PHONE 244 2794
138 NEEDHAM STREET
Rental 81 Sales on Crutches Canes Wheel Chairs
NEWTON THGHLANDS Walkers 81 Hospital Equipment
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Congratulations to the Class of 73
880 WASHINGTON STREET
Books - Newspapers - Magazines - Smokes
Greetings Cards - Gifts - Toys - School Supplies
Good Luck to the Class of 73
7 WASHINGTON ST. WELLESLEY MASS. 02161
SAL RIZZO OF WABAN INC
1651 BEACON STREET, WABAN
Famous Brands - Discount Prices
1400 BROOKLINE STREET Bnookl.iNE
GASTON ANDREY of BOSTON INC
1290A BEACON STREET BROOKLINE MASS. 02146
734-5280 - Alfa Romeo - Saab
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CORNER OF BEACON AND WALNUT
where the friendly and courteous service
begins from the owner, John Coyle, to the
attendants at the island.
- Expert Repairs By -
DUKE CATH and ROBERT DAGOSTINO
Ex-Newton Tech Grads
THE TUX SHOP, INC.
230 CALIFORNIA STREET
NEWTON, MASS. lNear Kings' Dept. Storej
Open Every Evening
This season we are featuring
the "NOW LOOK EDWARDlAN" jacket
in colors including:
SINGLE BREASTED SHAPED
TUX - TAIL TUXEDO
ALSO: COLORED RUFFLED SHIRTS fall colorsl
"Each to his own way, l'il go mine
i Best of luck with what you find.
But for your own sake, remember
5 The times we used to know."
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