Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1964

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But this we know, the obstacle that checked And tripped the body, shot the spirit on Further than the target ever showed or shone." 4 A Soldier THE ROAD NOT TAKEN Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth, Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted weary Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, Arul both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the jirst for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the dijjference. Robert Frost 1875-1963 In the words of Robert Frost we have found a realization of our aspirations, hopes, and ideals. Therefore, throughout this book, his poetry is used to represent that which we feel has been the essence of this past year. 5 Debbie Stone Sue Waldman . Art and Layout Edito Data Editor -, I - ---F "ZN1RX. Frank Cooper Assistant Editor .1 v' ,f BQ -Q Q- K fn :Q 1 -- wtf V e EDITORS 1 'IG S rw 'Q 6 m Sandy Bryant Betty D,Eugenio CEP Business Manager Circulation Editor Tl c KE TS l G. Q., N -5 O 6 1 f-p "I , ' I i 4 Carolyn Levosky R ,, 1 Advertising Editor Q 3fU. aAo'l x Cf Barry Brown Editor-in-Chief Ibm' QILJ Mr. Shaw Advisor 5. -5 C if ix 'Nu A 4 Af , 1 'wh 554 R6 ei' , ra 25 W. f f 3.55 3":f-fab 2,43 fy Q' will' 5 'ff ffl j. Q 'bw fan f- 1 if: , 123' 2 44 K fg , 4 1' 9 , . f , ., ., . r .' PTR? X' .. -.f ' '- f 7 'iv-"1h:1, WHA T FIFTY SAID When I was young my teachers were the old. I gave up fire for form till I was cold. I sufered like a metal being cast. I went to school to age to learn the past. Now I am old my teachers are the young. What can't be moulded must be cracked and sprung I strain at lessons Ht to start a suture. I go to school to youth to learn the future. FACULTY -f 75.371 . 3'-: . , , '- ' f L 4 v J ,- 'N 3.7 . r 14 I. ,. . . . A hx N rs- J. , - .1 , f-ual' :Qi .vc-abd, ff, u W- - ,' V 5.1 11 L 55"v 5..f,,-frm rv.- ' fv -1' - ' nf '1'.f'. fl '1-J-"'1.k, -fist 1- '.",':y-.,f. i,, gl- 3-J".'b - - 'C ,,'-'E rlrl' 5. f,.1,f--my -s . gs x'.'L ."'f.O.! ' a 'V --fa, '. , P. ,'f ' N .1--., ,.' -0-D--4 X fi "1-H . ' ' " ' s ' .5 X , ff .. - . , . 7:4 , V vi fe Y. 4: 4 .V JV. . . ' 'f . v -2 ,, . I 1: r, :A'.JLv':f K V. 'V . :ENS gl. 4 4 ' -5 ' 2'. ! ' .: ,,: V 5 1 . . .- ' -xl, 'f.Y.,x.!,'.'5' I '. A 'wiv ,,. , g. ' . :-4. AJ, ,a,- f .r A -ng. v. I . ,fn lf.. . . Af' -vm 1- 1 A V 5 F1 rl .N qi . . . ,, , .Q v- 4' . ' s 1- fv ' ' ei .' ,. 1 'I . . ', '.'r u - 31: P'-f-.9 ' ff . is 1 ' A L, .". QA5 fr - J ' ,y . , .. fy A ' I , 5' , - -7 ' .- , ,., I A - 1.4 . . 1. I ,Ni A ,-J." r' 1-. I .-v' . ' An' -. 'ff E of Arfw , V :lf ' i 7,42 F . A ,5 ,5,. 1 ,-1 - 'I' '. ' .2 '- "- 1 1 ' Q " V , ' ' tl--1 -, rg h-L" w . , rg- f - -. f . 4,6 Y" '4 -2+ s,. -. . 1.5: 5 .'i, ,X f x . -v if 1 4 ' " k. .1 'fx .V i , 154 .5 N pg .N K' 'Qsf 4151-xr. ' r u , '2- 1: vl:,,"1 147 'fa 1 1 .xg I., 1 - 1 . 1 :Vid In., fr ' H 1 vf, v 1 -1 ., I' lg . lt' , 1 ,jsf ' lb. 1- .-4, r .. 1'..l,-' I1kt.?.qs' .if .5 . ' ff ffq-If 1 ' u' '1 '15 , ' "" f -US'-fw 1'-if r 4 1 x ,I A DR. DONALD K. DAVIDSON 1 ' ,V1'3v'-Up,- . f:'f -' D Principal H ' , ' rf" sl. V' ,,.f' ,qw-qi-.W-Q1 --.---.-.-...,., 'livin HH! H ' 1 , 4,3 - :Wah ,yr 1-f ,f--W: ,uv :f, ':e.:,.gA N.. '5'f'f- .fm , -.-----.pqq -lululuxxuqql I SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL-Mrs. Letteney ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT--Miss Helen Sweeney ' 5533? ff... 3,7 C7 ' , H--.N . MAIN OFFICE STAFF-Mrs. DeSimone. Mrs. Garafalo, Mrs. Gilroy, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Reinhard, Mrs. Winchenbach. 10 2 CUSTODIANS-Row I: Mrs. Hughes, Mr. Daley, Mr. Sabetti, Mrs. Roche. Row 2: Mr. McCarthy, Mr. Manelly, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Carmichael. CAFETERIA STAFF-Row 1: Mrs. Marston, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Osterberg Mrs. Rousseau, Mrs. Driscoll. Row 2: Mrs. Vinton, Mrs. Novia. Mrs. Smits Mrs. Gorgone, Mrs. Newcomb, Mrs. MacDonald. Mrs. MacDougall. Missing Mrs. Chiasson, Miss Conroy, Mrs. Tramantozzi. ll r HIP' LIFE A - 'ij -swf' -X ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Row I: Mrs. Scoggins. Mrs. Eldredge, Miss Shills, Mrs. Gonson, Mrs. Freimarck. Mrs. Steinmetz. Miss Sanguinetti. Mr. Caras. Miss Lanigan, Miss Smith, Mr. Nye. Row 2: Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Barton. Missing: Mr. Bissex, Mr. Geist, Miss McCay, Mrs. Ratner. Miss Silk. Miss Slon. Mr. Youngblood. uw--., " fr -ry if .3 'vias i' .Q I , if I Q.. 4 gg i 'I 43-LJ. Q, 4 If rd '11 me 'xx . 'V .fypaf f h IRES Qi - 2'-1. qw F:-f Q , X 5, ii... . ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Miss Ryan 425512 iii?-'ii Jfffsw W .SB Ha wears li- W' READING CLIN IC-Mr. Carey ,.,.. . ,N . . 4 .Y .. .....4,,..,, rn- ' ' V , .ri 21. ydf' 1 i I ' s i Z 4 1 , 9 ' i I., ii, .Q XX LIBRARY STAFF-Mrs. Donovan, Mrs. Erskine, Miss Trowbridge, Mrs. Sones 4,2 I , Vi Yea 1' 6, 'X 5 N 'E 5 . XJR I 1 I! x i I '- '.: W f 4 al, I 5 . , - M -' FQ! -A-"' A - 3 Q X Q ' A 1 -'Z' 'silk six 'gl 'Y' mx A 1 su. f 1 4.511 l LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT-Row I: Miss Scherban, Mrs. Pike, Mrs. Leisher, Miss Ashley, Mrs. Evans, Miss McLane, Mrs. Snell. Row 2: Mr. Rivers, Mrs. Zephir, Mr. Petrillo, Mr. Ethier, Mr. Cornell, Mr. Berwald, Miss Leighton. Mr. De Winter. Missing: Miss Gettig. Q.: , if i, 14 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Row I Mrss Johnson Mrs Thach Mr Altree MISS Radin, Mrs. Evans. Row 2 Mr Mattson Mr Henderson Mr Smrth Mr Sutherland Mr Shaw, Mr. Linscott fi, ,E L 1 MVN Owl .D Ju is fx X y... li r 1 T X GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT-Row I: Mrs. Scheffler, Mrs. Knowles, Miss Branden. Dr. Matthews. Row 2: Mr. Clemens, Miss Donahue, Mr. Lambert. Missing: Mr. Hoogheem, Mr. Mitchell. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT-Mr. Knapman INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT-Mr. Lambert. i i .1 4 ll rv--f 1 'J -Q' iF-' .NQQVVWB f Va. 3 'xx in HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Shaw, Miss Vaznaian. f - - i g? W ' . 1 'f I 3 - -Q V W, xl -42' ' TMJ? X ' 'I'-L...--W N K I ,- J O ' .ae ss mf? MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT-Row I: Mrs. Koen, Miss Davis, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Hart, Miss Farhi. Row 2: Mr. Nathanson, Miss Forssberg. Mr. Manhard. Mr. Waugh, Mr. Merrill Miss Dohanian. Mr. Giroux. Missing: Mr. Hornik, Miss Stovall. 5951-4- Xbik P, 18 1,g.D""' fig. if ff, I ,f X, lf ,X fi Z ,X ff X 4 'X I SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-Mr. Kojoyian, Mr. Brough, Mr. Bronson, Miss Eaton, Miss Sullivan, Mr. Silluzio, Mr. Verdun. Missing: Mrs. Burrowes, Mr. Goldman, Miss Grossman. Mr. Tempest. 19 NURSE-Mrs. Nee .' .Z WW ' i 1 1 1 Q s Q ,,. -, if ,mk- 1 ' M34 1. 3 1 2 f. x 'sf , 6,4 ry, . , 4'3, J . 51 S ngig DRIVER EDUCATION Mr Broulllette BUSINESS-Miss Basile. Miss Sweeney. Mr. Avritch, Mrs. Kropp. IS 45 ETL-'EL iff' HU 1 9,71 'gms I A llllwkm W739 ffzf ,.!v ' ,"' GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mlss Skogsberg Mlss Hall Mlss Prevost BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-Mr. Winkler, Mr Bechtold. l A l ART DEPARTMENT-Mr. Roberts, Mr. Prevoir MUSIC DEPARTMENT--Mr. Kaplan, Mr. Cobb I c" I r 5. :I ..4v"""' Z' sax MUSIC DEPARTMENT-Miss Winer , Y 1, 1 rx f 1 92 4 23 "' 4 ,ww .-v . 'I if 1 Q xy,- w 1' .1 fi? z 'hs RIDERS The surest thing there is is we are riders, And though none too successful at it, guiders, Through everything presented, land and tide And now the very air, of what we ride. What is this talked-of mystery of birth But being mounted bareback on the earth? We can just see the infant up astride, His small fist buried in the bushy hide. There is our wildest mount-a headless horse But though it runs unbridled of its course, And all our blandishments would seem defied, We have ideas yet that we haven't tried. . , ' . ry .' .3' 4' IJL' N K v 5 1 x rs f 4. 4 f , ,-,, E L ..z X V. c., I E, ' b iz" I - , - ' 1 . im - A .I ... Nik... sw ,' -sf v if-1,-.3 4 fd, -f ' PY. l v I i - 1 7 ,. ,fd 4' In Honor .--W , .. " QQ ,, , ,A Dr. Donald Davidson '7 152:52 Mr. Van Seasholes Miss Bonnie Allen Mr. Spencer MacDonald R .,E?'1 v, "" ll "' it wg! , 1ff , i.4'm'i" ' V ww Z A 3 f' "WZ f 1 W, V. 273 :B in , j?1wwQ 2 ., , l it iv? f '. I it Mr. Frank Propp 35- K my I Q V f' - " ' I ' rf A, I, g rim , K. ,V - Azmaflfiilf 1 M ' 7- ng' ' '-1499 ,f-' E I. ,fr,.z-'- , f A A it .. , z , I safe, 15 f A A harm L gh 4, r N I t f i 1 , W , V 5, 1 f 4 Mr. Robert Franke Several of our teachers have chosen to spend two years in Nigeria helping to set up a comprehensive high school. Considerable courage and personal sacrifice are demanded for the attainment of this goal. In recognition of their example, their achievement, and their idealism, the Senior Class honors these teachers. 25 l fi gi 3 7 1 Z JOAN HARRIET ABRAHAMS 83 Roundwood Rd. Newton Upper Falls Ioannie Meadowbrook Goodwin . you a'on't know I even exist world." I'll never forget those blinding in- sights in A block. What would happen if: Harvard Sq. were only 10 min. M.T.A. ride away? Music Club 1, 2, 33 Drama Guild 1, 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 23 Con- cert Choir 33 Drama Festival 2 BONNIE ABRAMS 880 Dedham St. Meadowbrook Goodwin "Youth is Activity" I leave to Newton South: the emp- ty halls Jeif and I once walked.. and the study halls I skipped to eat lunch with him. What would happen if: our boy- friends suffocated in the closet. Laurie? Apparatus 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 13 Majorette 23 Modern Dance 1. LAWRENCE ABRAMSON 44 Brush Hill Rd. Larry Meadowbrook Wheeler "I agree with no man's opinion, I have some of my own." What would happen if: anyone ever laughed at Brecher's jokes? I'll never forget Mrs. Bertman's classes on practical knowledge. Associates Council 1, 2, 3g Sopho- more, Junior Class Committeeg Senior Class 2nd Vice-Presidentg National Honor Society 2, 3. ROBERT STEPHEN ACKMAN 128 Cynthia Road Ack, Acky, Hickman Meadowbrook Goodwin "There is happiness in action." I prophesy that: Newton Plan Bi- ology will return. Football 13 Golf lg Tennis 23 Baseball 33 Tigerama 33 Junior Class Comm. 23 Goodwin House Council 1, 33 President 3g Associ- ates Council 33 Blue Squad 2, 3. LANNIE JOYCE ADELMAN 12 Sunhill Lane Weeks Goodwin "Patience lies at the root of all pleasures as well as of all powers." I leave to Newton South: The pic- tures drawn on my desk in Miss Forssberg's G block Math class. Drama Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Homeroom Manager 23 Rally Committee 33 Regulus Feature Staff 3. H . 1--.,- r ave- o . an 4. - M 'tri 31 , Kiss me quick! la ROBERT C. ALLEN 41 Cochituate Rd. Burl, Bob Weeks Cutler "I claim not to have controlled events, but confess plainly that events have controlled me." I am crazy about: J.T. Greatest Ambition: To have Miss Dohanian teach me Australian. Varsity Hockey 2, 33 J.V. Hockey 13 Intramurals 3g Varsity Club 2. 1 i 1 ROBERT P. ALBERTS 216 Varick Rd. Spyder Warren Cutler "Tell me what you eat and I'll tell you what you are." I'll never forget: The summer of '62 and the winter of '64. What would happen if: Mr. Smith lost his gavel? Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 2g Blue Squad 33 Track 33 Intramural Basketball 3. MARC ALPERT 6 Fairhaven Rd. Alpo Meadowbrook Cutler "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is be- cause he hears a different dram- mer." I leave to NSHS: 1000 overdue library books. Soph. Class Committee 1: Math Team 3, Denebola Sales Manager 2, 3, Blue Squad 3, Wrestling 2, 3, Chess Team 2, 3, Key Club 1. JOHANNA ALPER 130 Arnold Rd. Jo Meadowbrook Goodwin "In Deo Sper6!" Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Don't rebel: the system will get you in the end anyway! Greatest Ambition: To exist in re- ality. Rep. to Model U.N. 2, 3: Drama Guild 1, 2, 3g International Club 2: Debating 3: Music- Club 1, 2, Junior Prom Decorations 2. Wc've got a really big "shew" tonight, folks. LAURIE BETH ALTMAN 283 Brookline Street Meadowbrook Cutler "Gentle in manner, strong in per- formance." What would happen if: Mr. Caras gave 5 A's a year?" French National Honor Society 3: Reflections Lit. Staff 1, 2, 3: Lit. Editor of Nation Honor Society 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. lg French Recitation Contest 1, 2, 3: French Club 3g Studio Arts 2, Spanish Club 3. DONALD ANTHONY 100 Christina St. Don Meadowbrook Cutler "Why worry? Care is an enemy of Life." I'll never forget: The twenty-two white cards I got. I leave to Newton South: My gas caps, distributor, spark plugs, coil, condenser, etc. PAUL APPLEBAUM 100 Athelstane Rd. Apple Weeks Goodwin "Fate makes our relativesg choice makes our friends." I leave to Newton South: Chickie Cohen. Baseball 1, 2, 33 Intramurals l, 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 3. THOMAS G. ARBUCKLE 15 Pennsylvania Ave. Chug Wheeler "You have to try everything onth." I'll never forget: The Matingon vs. N.S. baseball game. Baseball 2, 3, Football 3g Varsity Club 3. CAROLYN R. ARIES 963 Boylston St. Weeks Wheeler "A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere." I leave to Newton South: All my first row seats. I am crazy about: Surprise parties, phone calls, week-ends. Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Manager 1, 2, 35 Rally 3: Regulus Circulation 3: Junior Prom Decoration 2. -L Y -H MICHAEL ASH 45 Druid Hill Road Mike Meadowbrook Wheeler "To do things for pleasure, not for glory." I'll never forget: History with Mr. Shaw. Stage Club 1, 2, Drama Guild 1, 2, Photo Club 1, 2, 3, Denebola Photo Editor 1, 2, Regulus Photo Editor 3, Rifle Club 3, Audio- Visual Club 3. NANCY BAER 325 Brookline St. Weeks Wheeler "The higlzest wisdom is continual cheerfulnessf' I'll never forget: All the kind peo- ple who asked me which I liked better, NSHS or NHS? I am crazy about: The rack in front of the library where we have outdoor sessions. Music Club 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Art Club 2, 3. YVONNE BAGINSKEY 94 Ridge Road Weeks Cutler "Much wisdom often goes with the fewest wordsf' International Club 2, 3, Art Club 2, Regulus Lit. Staff 3, French Club 2, 3, A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. Exchange Student to Brazil, 1963, Reflections Staff 3, Marching Band 1. EDWARD M. BAGLEY 37 Kenneth St. Ted Meadowbrook Goodwin Living is for hearty sports or con- tests bold. . ." I'll never forget: All my little spies. I leave to Newton South: Mary- Ellen Cjust for a yearl. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Blue Squad 1. GEORGE ALLEN BAKER 9 Manchester Rd. Gabby, Red Weeks Goodwin "Twas brillig, and the slitlzy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe H I prophesy that: They will soon give detention for praying in school. Computer Group 1, 2, 3, "Boy- Friendv 2, Radio Club 1, 2, Sci- ence Fair I. LORING BAKER 4 Bradford Rd. Weeks Goodwin "An athlete has the power inborn and the courage to carry on." I'll never forget: J-2 set ups, li- brary fines and X block. What would happen if: Charlie dared to go to Brigham's? Football 1, 2, 3, Blue Squad 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3. ROBERT BAKER 45 Beethoven Ave. Bob, Sammy Weeks Wheeler "Life is too short to be little." I'll never forget: Miss Dohanian and all the little kangaroo's. I prophesy that: Newton South will bury you! Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 3. So I said, "Doctor, are you sure I don't have a coated tongue?" U A A AWAY 5 AV The other glass slipper fits too, wow! DIANNE ELIZABETH BALCOM 56 Columbus St. Di Weeks Goodwin "I don't believe anyone is a noth- ing. There has to be something inside, if. only to keep the skin from collapsing." What would happen if: Mr. Matt- son did start a tennis club at 6:30 a.m.? Music Club 1, 2, 3g G.A.A. 2, 3. ' Q 3 , iff f'N CAROL BALLI 33 Bemuth Road Weeks Wheeler "To be here or not to be here." I'll never forget the day in Home Ec. when we made Chicken Cac- ciatore. G.A.A. 1. ROBERT BARON 68 Sevland Rd. Bob Meadowbrook Cutler "Where it is a duty to worship the sun it is pretty sure to be a crime to examine the laws of heat." I leave to NSHS: a sample of my benzyl iso-thiouronium pyrazino- ate. I'll never forget: college board day. RONALD L. BELT 15 Kappius Path Ronnie Meadowbrook Wheeler "Life has no pleasure nobler than that of friendship." What would happen if: NSHS beat Rindge Tech. in baseball? Varsity Baseball Manager 2, 33 Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 33 Varsity Football Manager 3g Stage Crew 2, 33 Varsity Club 2, 33 Homeroom Manager 1, 2. LESLIE ANN BERGER 180 Dedham Street Meadowbrook Cutler "Easier said than done." Advice to Sophs. and Irs.: NSHS is not a country club. I'll never forget: Trying to out- smart the teachers in note-passing. A.F.S. 2, 33 Music Club 2, 33 Fu- ture Teachers of America 3. LEE BERKOWITZ 140 Vine Street Berk Meadowbrook Wheeler "The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, but time and chance happeneth to them all." Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Don't eat the lunches. Camera Club 33 Investment Club 2, 33 Math Club 3g Radio Club 33 Denebola 2, 33 Reflections 3. HELEN BERMAN 15 Shuman Circle Meadowbrook Goodwin "If you make people tlzink they're thinking, they'll love you. If you really make tlzem think, they'll hate you." I'll never forget: The night we never got to Revere Beach, huh, Judy? Music Club 2, 33 Council Alternate 33 A.F.S. 33 French Club 3g Senior Class Committee 3. is K at '-L-.1 --A 'J' 1 1 S NJN" kg 5 l 1' , A it ROBIN BERNSTEIN 179 Greenwood St. Meadowbrook Wheeler "Short absence quickens love: long absence kills it." I'll never forget: My Junior year counting the days until May 8. 1963. Junior Class Committee 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Volleyball lg Music Club 23 Wheeler House Council 13 Sailing Club 1. HARRIET BICKELMAN 70 Athelstane Rd. Ha Weeks Cutler "Provide thyself with a teacher, get thee a comrade, and judge ev- eryone with the scale weighted in his favor." What would happen if: S.F. ever grew?? Music Club 2, 33 A.F.S. 1, 23 Class Committee 1, 2, 33 Associates Council 1, 3g Tigerama Chairman 33 G.A.A. Council 2, 3. AUDREY BILLER 198 Greenwood St. Scarsdale Cutler "Happiness is a warm puppy" I leave to NSHS: The run from 4202 to 7203. Denebola Editorial Chairman 33 Reflections 23 Reflections Co-Edi- tor 33 Denebola Make-up Editor 23 A.F.S. Club 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Music Club 2, 33 P.B.8c.J. Soci- ety 3. BRENDA MARY BILSKI 9 Keefe Avenue Meadowbrook Wheeler "Satisfaction or confusion . . . I wonder?" What would happen if: People called me Brenda instead of Don- na? Greatest Ambition: To win a los- ing battle. ALLISON GAYLE BINDER 50 Farina Rd. Meadowbrook Goodwin "Character is the diamond that scratches every other stone." I leave to NSHS: A band of little Binders. National Honor Society 2, 3g Reg- ulus Art 84 Layout 33 Latin Club 2g Historian 33 Music Club li Dance l, 33 Homeroom Manager 33 G.A.A. 33 Goodwin House Alter- nate 2. W,,,3,,,? ,. . .wg Ag Q4 if 6 Well, Miss Creedon, I could understand throwing him out for smoking-but the Lord's Prayer . . NATHAN S. BIRNBAUM 170 Woodcliff Rd. Nate Meadowbrook Wheeler "Behold the turtle: He makes prog- ress only when he sticks his neck out." What would happen if: NSHS were to eliminate its marking sys- tem? Denebola Exchange Ed. 3g Drama Guild 2g Treasurer, Math Club lg Denebola Writing Staff 2. LINDA JANE BIRENBAUM 195 Old Farm Rd. Lin Meadowbrook Cutler "The search for happiness is one of the chief sources of unhappi- ness." I leave to NSHS: Chickie Cohen. I am crazy about "Smitty," motor- cycles, Sanford, and orange mo- hair sweaters. Girls Leader Corps li Drama Guild 33 Girls Athletic Associa- tion 1, 3. . Q - N . ,fs . . M .. i ' '- .rklfsii 'Elini RICHARD BLACKER 169 Spiers Rd. Dick Meadowbrook Goodwin "Go west, young man!" I'll never forget: Saturday nights at 47 Mt. Auburn St. Fencing Club lg Ski Club 1. PAMELA GAY BISHOP 1830 Beacon St. Pam Warren Cutler "Y not?" What would happen if: Anyone knew the truth about Aug. 17, 1963, and if Marcia's dream came true? National Honor Society 2, 3, A cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 2, 3, Rally 1, 2, 3g Band 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Modern Dance lg Ski Club 3. Nothing like home cooking. I'd better go home. ts.. V' ., 1 1 r 3 swirl 5413? UE ' MK fits' gl 9332 P13 RODNEY N. BLAKE 47 Paul St. Stubby Weeks Goodwin "Shy as a bat." I'll never forget: Mr. Kojoyian, my favorite study hall teacher. Astronomy Club 2, 3, Cross Coun- try 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3g Out- door Track 2, 3. ERIC BLANK 5 3 Wendell Rd. I Ricky Meadowbrook Wheeler "Why should life all labor be." I am crazy about: Her, and Her best friends. Wheeler House Council 1, Ski Club 2, 3g Chess Club 2g Rifle Club 2, 3g Baseball 2, 3. ROBERT BLANK 100 Wayne Rd. Bob Goodwin "No one knows what he can do till he tries." I'l1 never forget: Trying to park in the school parking lot without a permit. What would happen if: They lengthened the lunch periods? Tennis 3, Hockey 3, Blue Squad 3g Wrestling 3. SANDRA BLANK 15 Fox Hill Rd. Sandy Meadowbrook Cutler "A true friend is forever a friend." I leave to NSHS: All the short boys for all the tall girls. What would happen if: He got up the nerve? Music Club 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Ad Staff 35 Fencing 2. RICHARD BLOOM 60 Rowena Rd. Weeks Wheeler "The only way fo have a friend is to be one" I'll never forget: Going on er- rands for Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Cambell. What would happen if: Mr. Smith lost his gavel? International Club 2, 33 Intramu- ral Basketball 2, 3g Denebola Cir. Staff 3. 10 RICHARD MICHAEL BLOOM 32 Cynthia Rd. Bloomie Meadowbrook Cutler "When the going gets tough, the tough get going" Greatest Ambition: To become an M.D. Football 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, 23 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Soph. Class Comm.3 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 2, 33 Blue Sq. 2, 33 Associates Council Treas. 3. SHARON M. BLOOM 11 Broken Tree Rd. Shagg, Shaggy Meadowbrook Goodwin "Without love and laughter there is no life." I'll never forget: Jeff, school break- fasts, Aug. 25. Greatest Ambition: To become Mrs. J.L.R. Ski Club 1, 23 Denebola Ad. 13 Goodwin House Council 13 Appa- ratus 1. SUSAN LINDA BLOOM 82 Sharpe Rd. Meadowbrook "A rt attains the prize" I'll never forget: Lost opportunities. A.F.S. 1, 23 Drama Guild 1, 33 Ski Club 1, 2g Art Club 23 Tiger- ama Ad. 2, 33 Regulus Art Staff 33 Assistant H.R. Manager 33 Den- ebola Art Staff 33 Music Club 23 Junior Prom Comm. DONALD BLOUIN 8 Holly Rd. Don Warren Goodwin "Perseverance wins success" I'll never forget: Mr. Card. What would happen if: Mr. Lam- bert's boat sank? DOROTHY BOLAND 188 Beacon St. Dossy Weeks Goodwin "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world" I am crazy about: Scarfs. What would happen if: Margie set her hair and threw away her knee socks? NANCI BORKOW 50 Rowena Rd. Weeks Wheeler "Don't start something you can't fnishf' I'll never forget: The morning Cathy told me bed time stories. Greatest Ambition: To have one wish come true. Music Club 2g Soph. Class Com- mittee3 Junior Class Committee3 Denebola 33 Rally Comm. 33 Ski Club 3. ROBERTA ALBEE BOYD 12 Wenham Rd. Ro Weeks Cutler "Such joy ambition finds!" I'll never forget: The summer of '63. Cutler House Council 13 Music Club 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 13 Rally Comm. 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Executive Board 2g Treasurer 33 Tigerama Comm. 33 Sailing Club 1. . . . And all of a sudden it jumped out of the dissecting pan and... .-r 5""q- I'1l give you five cents if you take THOMAS FRANCIS BOYD 116 Carver Rd. Tom Weeks Cutler "Laughter is the best medicine." I'1l never forget: The Matignon baseball game. Cross Country lg Hockey 1, 2, 3g Basketball 23 Jr. and Senior Class Comm.3 Blue Squad 1, 2, 3. my dessert. ELAINE BOYER 60 Brookline St. Laine Meadowbrook Wheeler "How beautiful is youth." I'll never forget: The corpse in the window. I am crazy about: Midnight sere- nades. Drama Guild 33 French Club 3g Music Club 2, 33 A.F.S. 33 Rally Comm. 2, 33 Regulus Ad Staff 33 Library Club 23 Denebola Circula- tion Staff 3. ROBERTA HELEN BOYNICK 22 Stein Circle Bobbie Hull Cutler "The stage's the thing." I'll never forget: My trip to New York. Greatest Ambition: To learn spo- ken French. Drama Guild 2, 33 Denebola 2, 33 Regulus Ad 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Dra- ma Festival-Prodigal. VICKI BARBARA BOYNICK 551 Sawmill Brook Parkway Vic, Vixen Meadowbrook Cutler "Never love unless you can hear with all the faults of man." Iill never forget: The parties at B.S.'s, the black V. W., and the summer of '63. Home Room Manager 13 Girls Chorus 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Art Club 2, 33 Music Club 2, 33 Junior Class Committeeg Ski Club 33 Regulus Data Staff 33 Pep Squad. ROGER ALLEN BRAYMAN 19 Chandler Pl. Weeks Goodwin "The time for action is today." Illl never forget: Mr. Card's brand of discipline! I prophesy that: Miss Forssberg will be the greatest math teacher in the world. PETER BRECHER 237 Upland Ave. Pete Meadowbrook Wheeler "How many roads must a man walk before they Call him a man." I'1l never forget: The day I enter- tained the Junior Class Assembly. National Honor Soc. 2, 33 Wheeler House Council 13 P.T.S.A. Rep. 33 Drama 23 Track 2, 33 J.V. Baseball 1. ROBIN LYN BRENNER 36 Kodaya Rd. Binnie Weeks Goodwin "As fresh as a daisy" I'll never forget: "To be a Lion" I'm crazy about: Lions, and 'gold spice." Orchestra 1, 2, 33 "Mikado", Lead- er Corps 1, 23 "Boyfriend"3 Rally Committee 2, 33 Sailing Club 13 Music Club 2, 3. Ms It equi 472 , . N 2..a.,,,., Q! F? 23 WILLIAM DOUGLAS BRIDGE 9 Stetson Way Bill Warren Wheeler "The cards are ill-shuffled, 'till I have a good hand." Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 35 Track 2, 35 French Honor Society 2, 35 Class Comm. 1, 2, 35 Tennis 15 Cross Country 25 Captain 35 Ski Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Indoor Track 2, 3. RICHARD GEORGE BRODNEY 15 Clark St. Dick Weeks Goodwin "Victory belongs to the most per- severing." I leave to NSHS: Laurie Bardin. I am crazy about: Football, drive- in's, and the "4-1 I." Football 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Blue Squad 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. BARRY BROWN 22 Bernard Lane Weeks Goodwin "One could do worse than be a swinger of birchesf' I'll never forget: How to tie my shoe. Greatest Ambition: To expose the corruption in school government. Soph. Class Committeeg Junior Class Committeeg Key Club 15 Nat. Honor Society 2, 35 P.B.8LJ. Society 35 Stage Club 15 Regulus Editor 3. CYNTHIA EMILY BROWN 525 Dudley Rd. Cindy Meadowbrook Cutler "Days that make us happy make us wise" I'1l never forget: A certain B.U. Mixer. G.A.A. 25 Drama Guild 35 Dene- bola Ad Staff 15 Music Club 2, 35 A.F.S. 25 Regulus Art and Layout Stall 35 Volleyball Team 2, 3. ANNE BRUDEVOLD 284 Woodward St. Weeks Cutler "Gentle of speech benejicient of mind" I'll never forget: Skipping school to go fishing. National Honor Society 2, 35 A.F.S. 1, 2, 35 Music Club l, 2, 35 French Honor Society 2, 35 Art Club 25 Reflections 25 Co-Editor 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Ex- change Student to England 1963. 5 HB, Audi . Uncle Sam wants you! JULIA BEVERLY BURGESS 46 Berwick Rd. Julie Weeks Wheeler "Men may come and go, but I go on forever." What would happen if: No meant yes? Cheerleading 2, 35 Art Club 2, 35 Junior Class Comm.5 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Vice Pres. 25 Treasurer 35 Rally Comm. 15 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Sen- ior Class Comm.5 French Club 35 Leader Corps 2, 3. SANDRA MARIE BRYANT 102 Herrick Rd. Sandi Weeks Goodwin "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." I'm crazy about: Mr. Mattson, Mr. Bechtold, Mr. Cornell. Regulus Bus. Mgr. 35 G.A.A. 1, 35 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2, 35 Musical 25 Senior Class Committeeg Goodwin House Council Sec. 25 Activities Comm. 25 Rally 1, 2, 35 Drama Guild 25 German Club 3. JAMES CAIL 44 Carl Street, Newton Highlands Pork-a Meadowbrook Goodwin "Better to be happy than wise" I'll never forget: Junior math class with Mrs. Davis. I prophesy that: Mr. Card will go bald before I graduate. Goodwin House Council 1, 2g In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. PETER BURT 22 Carver Road "Thought is often bolder than speech." What would happen if: I got a "B" in English? I'll never forget: Doug Sherman in physics class. Chess Club 1, 2, 3g Astronomy Club 1, 2. Darn It all! My mascara ran again. RICHARD A. CAPPELLO 14 Oak Terrace Chuck Weeks Goodwin "Man takes his fun where he hnds it." I am crazy about: P. S. What would happen if: Dunkin Donuts on Rte. 9 was closed dur- ing A Block? Blue Squad lg Key Club 1. BRUCE MICHAEL CARLIN 212 Greenwood St. Meadowbrook Goodwin "Put ofj' today what can be done tomorrow" I'll never forget: Mrs. Steinmetz. I prophesy that: Sophomores will soon have all the senior rights. Football 1, 2, Varsity Clubg Wres- tling 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club. MAURICE CARLIN 53 Pine Crest Rd. Maurry Weeks Wheeler "Them that asks no question isn't told a lie" I leave to N.S.H.: Mr. Waugh, cool and even tempered. Skiing Club 2, 33 Class Comm. lg Sailing Club 2, Blue Squad 3. RUTH ANN CARSON 12 Circut Ave. Weeks Cutler "A light heart lives long" I prophesy that: Someday M.C. will win the Kentucky Derby. What would happen if: Barb and I really took Route 66? G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 3g Rally Comm. 1, 2, 13, Softball 1, 3g Regulus 2. CHARLES CASEY 27 Chester St. Case Weeks Cutler "IdIeness is emptiness." I leave to Newton South: John McGinness. What would happen if: Roger Greene was absent on a Thursday? Blue Squad 2, 3. DANTE CASSIANI 633 Saw Millbrook Pkwy. Danny Meadowbrook Wheeler "Youth is alive" Greatest Ambition: To finish some- thing. I am crazy about: W.S.C.H.J.B. Football 33 Varsity Baseball 3. JAMES MILTON CASTY 74 Oak Hill St. Jimmy Meadowbrook Cutler "Why take life seriouslyg you'll never get out of it alive" I'm crazy about: That little kid who always sat in the front of Mr. Goldman's Class. Basketball 1, 33 J.V. Baseball 13 Intramurals 2, 33 Blue Squad 2. CAROL CHANCE 21 Nardone Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "This above all, to ourself be true" I'll never forget: Fri. Feb. 8, 1963, and the evening with Barry, June 19. What would happen if: Everything didn't strike us funny, Judy. Music Club 1, 23 French Club 2, 33 Rally Comm. 3g Spanish Club 2, 3. RICHARD CHARNESS 89 Dorcar Rd. Rick Meadowbrook Cutler "Common sense is no common thing" I'll never forget: Mr. Smith's his- tory lectures. J.V. Football 13 Chess Club 13 Drama Guild 13 Rifle Club 2, 3. CAROLE LEE CHILLER 11 Olde Field Rd. Meadowbrook Goodwin "The best treatment for a cold shoulder is a smile" I'll never forget: Mr. Petrillo's sophomore Spanish Class. What would happen if: Penn State was in Mass? Fencing 1. SUSAN CICCARIELLO 66 Bernard St. Cicki Meadowbrook Wheeler "And'the babbling brook went on and on and on . . I'll never forget: March 4, 1963 and Mr. Silluzio's Phys. Class. What would happen if: L.D. came to school 5 days a week? Majorette 2, 33 Regulus Rep. 2g G.A.A. 2, 33 School Store 23 Bad- minton 2. E VINCENT CIOFFARI 45 Amherst Rd. Vini Weeks Cutler "Better late than never." I leave to NSHS: My briefcase. I am crazy about: Music, art, and travel. Orchestra 13 Latin Club 2. Well, it's about time! They finally installed a slot machine. Z1 "ru If I had a Hammer . . . LINDA CIPRIANO 78 John St. Weeks Cutler "First in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of the countrymen." I'll never forget: My D block Biol- ogy Class. I leave to NSHS: A well-used apron and an old gym towel. G.A.A. 2, 3, Orchestra 3g French Club 35 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3. RONI CLAYMAN 109 Oak Hill St. Meadowbrook Wheeler "Quiet people are usually the most happy-" I'll never forget: Cabot Reserva- tion. RICHARD ALEXANDER CLEMENS 237 Varick Rd. Dick Goodwin Goodwin "The world belongs to the ener- geticf' I'll never forget: Janice and Thanksgiving. I leave to NSHS: Grey Valiant. Football 1g Wrestling 1. DANIEL CLEVELAND 43 Carver Rd. Dan Weeks Goodwin "Not that I like work less, but I like fun more." I leave to NSHS: My schedules scribbled all over my lockers. German Club 1, 2, 3g Goodwin House Councilg Blue Squad 3, Ti- gerama 2g Building Committeeg Lost Battalion. SUSAN CAROL CLICKSTEIN 78 Larchmont Ave. Sue Weeks Cutler "Be original. In that way you can make unique mistakes" I'll never forget: April 6, 1963. I am crazy about: Danny. French Club 1, 23 G.A.A. 3g Ski 2, 3. PNICHABOD CLOD 11 Phynque Ave., Waban Ich! Meadowswamp Nut House "Dirt is dirt, and mud is mudf' I'm crazy about: ME! Girls' Chorus lg Purple Squad 3, 4, 5g Captain 7, Firing Squad 2g Phrenology Club 3. CHARLES PHILIP COHEN 12 Athelstane Rd. Chickie Meadowbrook Wheeler "There is no expedient to which a man will not resort to avoid the real labors of thinking" I'll never forget: The time Mr. Goldberg pulled me out of The Estate. I leave to Newton South: A month's supply of stop signs for the corner at Brandeis and Greenwood. 46 '3- ..l 55 P53 K ' 'Qu 'JJ' FRANCINE RUBY COHEN 88 Selwyn Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "Love makes the world go 'round" I'll never forget: My three years at South and all the wonderful kids. Greatest Ambition: To succeed in all future endeavors. G.A.A. 2, 3g Music Club 2, 3g Regulus Adv. Staff 3g A.F.S. 3. JUDY COHEN 111 Rosalie Rd. Meadowbrook Goodwin "lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." I'll never forget: The play "Splen- dor in the Grass," summer of '63, March 29, 5th period, Iota Phi, Mochaneh Yavneh. I leave to Newton South: A pack of gum for Miss Ashley. Leader Corps lg National Honor Society 2, 3g Library Club 2, 3g Music Club 3g A.F.S. 3. MICHAEL J. COLEMAN 12 Suban Pl. Weeks Wheeler "Unless we hasten, we slzall be left behind." I leave to Newton South: A gold plated rhythm stick for Mr. G. What would happen if: Mr. Ver- dun told some new jokes? German Club lg Cross Country l, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3g Outdoor Track 1, 3. ELEANOR COLLETON 336 Elliot St. Ellie Meadowbrook Wheeler "Good taste is the start of good sense." I am crazy about: That certain someone. What would happen if: I did my homework? DAVID COLLINS 9 Hillcrest Cir. Weeks Cutler "Silence is golden." I leave to Newton South: My brother Bill. Greatest Ambition: To become an Electronics Engineer. Stage Club l. Q-4-iq we D M .-,Q-A r J .. www, Faster than the speed of light, more -so what happened? FREDERICK V. COLPACK 256 Dorset Rd. Fred- Warren Cutler "Make new friends but keep the old." I'll never forget: The summer of 466479 I leave to NSHS: X4747 Investment Club lg Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Cutler House Council Rep. lg Intramural Basketball lg Blue Squad l. powerful than a locomotive MARY E. COLLINS 28 Woodward St. Ri Ri Weeks Goodwin "Youth is alive." I leave to Newton South: D.W and I leave to a lucky girl at New- ton South No. 45. What would happen if: R.A.C didn't have to go? Cheerleading 2, 3, Music Club 1 2, Regulus Cir. 31 G.A.A. 1, 2. 1,14-' , 1 ,. . :gg-. '1fGrEg"5-SVR Y ::'f-.K at -A . ' I ' 'L as f an ' -, f- :-,f FRANK CONAHAN 696 Sawmill Brook Pkwy. Skip Meadowbrook Cutler "Character is much easier kept than recovered." I leave to Newton South: A year's supply of towels lost in the locker room. Greatest Ambition: To win the U.S. Grand Prix in a Nash Ram- bler. German Club 2, 3, Skin Diving 1, Ski Club 1. PAUL S. COLPACK 256 Dorset Rd. Warren Goodwin "Love many, trust few, learn to paddle your own canoe." What would happen if: There were no Ho Jo's or Friendly's? Greatest Ambition: To become a successful executive. Indoor and Outdoor Track 2, 3, Blue Squad 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Home Room Chairman 1, Student Council 1, Investment Club 2, 3, Key Club 1. 3' You hoo, it's me! My name is Pinky Lee. 9 ALAN H. CONWAY 105 Osborne Path Meadowbrook Cutler "Never say more than is neces- sary." I'll never forget: Cross Country with Mr. Geist and the rest of the guys. What would happen if: Mr. Ver- dun left his tray in the cafeteria? Cross Country 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Blue Squad 3. ANNE KATHERINE CONWAY 730 Boylston St. Hey Annie! Meadowbrook Wheeler "Fools rush in . . . where angels fear to tread?" What would happen if: We could smoke in school? Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Enjoy the best 3 yrs. of your life! Basketball 1, Tigerama 1, Library 1, 2, Field Hockey 1. FRANK GORDON COOPER 45 Plainfield Street Weeks Goodwin "And when the morrow came, I answered still 'tomorrow' " I'll never forget: Skiing, etc. in North Conway and the long, long, long walk home. Ski Club 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Stage Club 1, 2, 3, Regulus Ass't. Editor 3, P.B.8cJ. Society. MELANIE COOPER 59 Tamworth Rd. Weeks Wheeler "The quiet mind is richer than a crown." I leave to Newton South: Three years of undone homework. I prophesy that: All who do well in SMSG will go mad later. Music Club 1, Russian Club 1, ABS 1, 3, International Club 1, 3, Discussion 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 3. NAOMI LEE CORMAN 11 Andrew St., Newton Meadowbrook Cutler "When everything has to be right, something isn't." I'll never forget: Learning to appre- ciate the good, and laugh at the bad. Music Club 1, 2, Program Chair- man 3, A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Drama Guild 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Cutler House Coun. 2, GAAC 2, 3, Reg. Feature Ed., Sailing Club 1, 3, Fencing 2, 3, PB8cJ Society, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. sf .fl admin' 4 -is vga ,gr QE. ,fx 'R U IANIS ANN CORMIER 6 O'Connell Rd. Jan Meadowbrook Goodwin "I have no other but a woman's reason: I think him so, because I think him so." I leave to NSHS: B.D. and his bow and arrows. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Council 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, Rally Comm. 1, 2, 3, Civics Comm. 2, Regulus Data 3, Jr. Prom Decoration Committee 2. MARC CORNBLATT 154 Langley Rd. Weeks Wheeler "A wet bird will not fiy at night" I prophesy that: Mr. Ethier will never head the "Draft Goldwater" committee. Advice to Sophs. and Irs.: Become Juniors and Seniors. Basketball 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Dra- ma Club 1, 2, 3, Drama Festival 2, School Plays 1, 2, 3. JANICE SUSAN CORTELL 81 Allen Ave. Jan Weeks Cutler "Most men, themselves, have shaped the things they are" I'll never forget: Those crazy days with Miss Dohanian. What would happen if: I had lis- tened in Mrs. Friemarck's class? Fencing 1, Music Club 2, Drama Guild 1, 2, 3, Regulus Ad Staif 3. PETER CREWS 135 Hartmann Rd. Meadowbrook Goodwin "Rather than love, money, and fame, give me truth." What would happen if: Truth were disproven? Greatest Ambition: To find Conse- quence. Goodwin House Council 1, 2, A.F.S. 2, 3, Math Club 2, Physics Club 2, Ski Club 2, Blue Squad 2. JAN CURRIE 5 Nightingale Pth. Ian Meadowbrook Wheeler "People in glass houses shouldn't" I leave to NSHS: A worn out la- crosse stick and a pair of dirty sneakers. Greatest Ambition: To see a white elephant eating marshmallows in a snow storm. American Field Service 3. 40 - .L Y ll, l ALEXANDRA MARY DAILEY 35 Oak Terrace Alexa Weeks Goodwin "A thought often makes us hotter than a fire." I'll never forget: School St., Ho Jo's, and Chatham '63. What would happen if: Mr. Al- tree's suits didn't have any pockets? Goodwin House Council 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Debating Club 1, 2, 3, Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 3, Leader Corps 1. Really, Mr. Cornell, it wasn't that hard. Send in 300 Bazooka funnies. PATRICIA DAITCH 241 Upland Ave. Patty, Patrick Weston High School Wheeler "Ours is not to reason why, but to do or die."-Ha! A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, International Club 1, 2, 3, Drama Guild 2, 3, Modern Dance 2, Regulus Literary Staff, Senior Supper Committee, Lost Battalion 2, 3, History Club 3, Ski Club 2. RICHARD DANCA 63 Hanson Rd. Dick Meadowbrook Goodwin "The pen is mightier than the sword and lighter than tlze sh'ovel" I'll never forget: G Block math in Jr. year. What would happen if: The Regu- lus Staff agreed on something? Denebola 2, 3, Regulus 3, Good- win House Council 3, Skin Diving Club 2. '19 HENRY JOSEPH DANFORTH 55 Ripley St. Hank Meadowbrook Goodwin "Don't worry about it." I'll never forget: Pre-school warm- up in the parking lot. I leave to NSHS: A half-finished barometer in the Ind. Arts Dept. 'K ANDREA SUE DANK 97 Louise Rd. Andie Coral Gables Cutler "Time hath a Iaming hand" What would happen if: I lived in Newton the rest of my life? Greatest Ambition: To be five feet tall some day. Concert Choirs 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 3, Student Council Comm. 1, 2, Newspaper Staff 1, Ski Club 3, Music Club 3. LINDA JANE DANNENBERG 478 Quinobequin Road Weeks Wheeler "Man is the only animal who blushes, or needs to." I am crazy about: Holden, Caul- fields, sand dunes, Stowe. National Honor Society 2, 3, Wheeler House Council Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Treas. 1, Ski Club l, 2, 3, Denebola News Ed. 3, Exc. ED. 2, Debating Club l, 2, Dance Club 3, Tennis Team 1, 2. 3. CYNTHIA RUTH DAVIS 15 Rogers St. Cindy Weeks Goodwin "She is late" I'll never forget: Indoor track meets, football games, and the Spring musical. Greatest Ambition: To live in S. America with loads of servants. S e n i o r Class Representative, Spring Musical fmake-upj, Spanish Club 3, Modern Dance 3. HOLLACE JANE DAYTZ 49 Fairhaven Rd. Holli Meadowbrook Goodwin "There'll be a lzot time in the old town tonight." I'll never forget: April 28, 1962, the "eyeballs," and all the adven- tures the four of us had. Drama 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 1, Denebola 2, 3, Homeroom Manager 3, G.A.A. 1, 3. HOPE DeROGATIS 242 Waban Ave. Weeks Cutler "The time to be happy is today." I'll never forget: The laughter, the joy and the friends. A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Council 1, President 2. '3' f'-6 "'ff::'P x fsk ' 25 ..,., Q af. ,ii-V .-- ,.,,. X . ,i T? 'D T? 3... BETTY JANE D'EUGENIO 304 Langley Rd. Weeks Goodwin "A false face doth lzide what the false heart doth know." I leave to NSHS: My brother, Richard. Regulus Circulation Staff Ed. 3, Regulus Rep. 39 Spanish Club 2, 3g Sec. French Club 2, 35 A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Manager 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Goodwin House Council 3, Pep Squad 3g Election Comm. 13 Rally Comm. 1, 2, 3. JOANNE DI CLEMENTE 419 Langley Rd. Jo-Dee Sacred Heart Cutler "The trouble with some people is that in trying times they quit try- ing." I'll never forget: Attending H.S. for the past 3 yrs. and May 18, 1962. Greatest Ambition: To be Mrs. D.L.M. WILLIAM G. DOHERTY 233 Wiswall Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "It's a good man who knows he is wrong and admits it" What would happen if: The Blue Squad could keep us from breaking out of lunch? Greatest Ambition: To major in lunch and last period studies. Junior Varsity Hockey lg Varsity Hockey 2, 33 Baseball 3, Blue Squad 2, 3. HELEN DONOVAN 335 Lake Ave. Bonnie Sacred Heart Wheeler "Blood, sweat, and tears." What would happen if: That cer- tain someone would take a certain hint? G.A.A. 3, Library Club 3, Bad- minton 3. JANE DORFMAN 56 Solon St. Janie Meadowbrook Wheeler "I am what I am" I'll never forget: Basketball games in my Jr. yr. Greatest Ambition: Being a teacher at B.H.S. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Ski Club, French Club lg Pep Squad 3, Field Hockey 2g Volleyball 2. MARK DORFMAN 18 Keller Path Dorf Meadowbrook Wheeler "If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for everything." I leave to NSHS: My brother Dana. I prophesy that: Mr. Mattson will come back to Wheeler House. Music Club lg Ski Club 2, 3g Wheeler House Council 2, Intra- murals 2, 3. mif' N 'if LINDA DOVEIKA ll Abbott St. Lin Meadowbrook Wheeler "The worst is yet to come" I'll never forget: The things I've learned, the friends I've made, and the fun I've had. I am crazy about: Life. G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Art Club lg Arch- ery lg Basketball 1. Should a gentleman offer a lady a Tiparillo? H eg L-. . f l Q I Q ,, ..:.,..: 5f-'FI' -, f - l 'T .gq ' .4005 M . . . 7, 8, 9, 10. Here I come ready or not! DAVID DRESNER 9 Glazer Rd. Dave Weeks Goodwin "Get out now, before it's too late" I'll never forget: My first day at N.S.H. I prophesy that: By 1970 N.S.H. will have a swimming pool. LINDA RAY DUNAY 38 Van Warth Path Linie Meadowbrook Goodwin "Whatever it is I didn't do it" What would happen if: The library ran out of paper back books? Advice to Sophs. and Irs.: Become Seniors. HANNAH-JO DUNBAR 55 Duncklee St. Hanky Weeks Cutler "It's never too late to learn" I'll never forget: This Year Book! I'm crazy about: Mr. Robert's take-home exams. School Store Treasurer 3g Regulus Copy Editor 3, Badminton lg Rally 2. WILLIAM A. DURBIN ll Pine Ridge Rd. Jerry Weeks Cutler "A man, he seems of cheerful yes- terdays and confident tomorrowsf' I prophesy that: The great green Dodge will outlive the school. Nat'l Honor Soc. 2, 33 French Nat'l Honor Soc. 2, 3, Senior Class Comm. 3g Math Team 1, 2g Denebola 29 Make-up Ed. 3. DONALD EAMES 52 Harrison St., Newton Hlds. Amos, Don Weeks Wheeler "Cheer up, things could be worse! So I cheered up, and sure enough, things got worse! I am crazy about: Mr. Smithls Gavel. What would happen if: Dr. Dav- idson was caught smoking in the boys' room? Blue Squad 2, 3g Intramural Sports 2g Denebola Circ. Staff 3Q JOANNE EHRLICH 10 Donna Road, Newton Meadowbrook Cutler "Everyone else fights, I'm just too easy going." I'll never forget: The four of us, plus two, the trips to "B8cU," 8 Plympton St., the boy I'll marry, and Groton. Greatest Ambition: To be happy. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Drama Guild 2, 3g Modern Dance 2g Art Club 33 Cut- ler House Council lg Associates Council 1. DAVID ENEGESS 80 Hanson Rd. Dave, Egg Meadowbrook Goodwin "The first element of success is determination." I'll never forget: Sitting in Mr. Goldman's Chem. Class "Like a bump on a log." I prophesy that: Mr. Goldman will never be replaced by a machine. Key Club lg Newspaper 33 Skin Diving Club 2. 3g Radio Club 3. X' 'f f d .. - A I 3. -arf-'ff , . ' .,q.n-,',,.w,,.. , . ...... ,V . .... .,...m,w,,-.W ps,-,-t..... , ., .- ew, AMD iff' ' x I tl ui H, ,Q 'infusing Nur' , --w 'qi . 'ZIV GAIL RINA EPSTEIN 69 Selwyn Rd., Newton Hlds. Gay Meadowbrook Goodwin "What grace is to the body, com- mon sense is to the mind." I'll never forget: Berta and I will never forget the Franks and Beans with L.V. and L.S. What would happen if: R.S. and I got caught? Homeroom Manager 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, AFS 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 3. ROBERT DONALD EPSTEIN 98 Greenwood St. EPP Meadowbrook Cutler "Industry is the soul of business and the keystone of prosperity." I'll never forget: T.M. of Brook- line. I leave to Newton South: One Shaved leg and an ace bandage. Key Club 2, Art Club 2, J.V. Foot- ball 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Varsity Football 3, Regulus 1, 2. ROBERT WILLIAM EPSTEIN 52 Botsford Rd. Bob, Eppie Meadowbrook Goodwin "Of all the animals, the boy is the most unmanageablef' I'll never forget: The night on Dudley Rd. with Eliot and Acker- man in the Corvair. I prophesy that: Gypsy will one day attend Tigerama. Spanish Club l, 2, Goodwin House Council 1, Football 1. SUSAN FARBER 16 Shumaker Path, Newton Ctre. Sue Meadowbrook Wheeler "Remember the days passed as you think of the ones in the future." I'll never forget: The snowball fight of Feb. 20, 1963. What would happen if: M.H. got her wish about G.D.? A.F.S. 1, Rally Committee 1. MARY ELAINE FAWCETT 15 Wamesit Rd., Waban Warren Wheeler "It is not the brains that matter most, but that which guides them." Greatest Ambition: To be a well informed citizen of the U.S. Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Work hard before it's too late. Music Club 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 2, Class Committee 1, Drama Guild l, 2, Girls Chorus l. Pick on someone your own size! ROBERT FELLOWS 32 Dwhinda Road, Waban Monk, Rob Warren Cutler "Men of few words are the best fellows." I'll never forget: The rides home at ten p.m. after golf matches. I leave to Newton South: My I.B.M. number, 29371, for re-use. Golf 1, 2, 3, Blue Squad, Intra- mural Basketball l, 2, 3. 51:- STUART CHARLES FEINZIG 62 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Hlds. Stu Warren Wheeler "The nose of nobility" I'll never forget: My Soph. and Junior year at Newton North. Greatest Ambition: To go with a girl more than two months. Orange Shield 1, 2, Intramural Football 1, 2, Class Council 1, 2, Jr. Prom Committee. 1 SUSAN KAY FICK 46 Charlemont St. Sue, Suzi Meadowbrook Wheeler "Sleeping or waking we hear the airy footsteps of strange things that almost happen." I prophesy that: Holli will finally marry Billy. I am crazy about: My first love. I.J.R. Sailing Club li Drama Club lg G.A.A. 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 Wheeler House Council 1. I'll give you such a smack . . . X ROBERT C. FERRIS 37 Bow Road Bob Weeks Cutler "Train thy tongue to say "I do not know," lest thou be entrapped into falsehood." I'll never forget: Chemistry with Mr. Brough. I leave to Newton South: One inch of rubber in the Student Parking Lot. Rifle Club 1, 2. Y-'39 DAVID ARTHUR FILIOS 73 Erie Ave. Dupe Windsor Goodwin "No one knows what he can do till he tries." I leave to Newton South: My little sister. I prophesy that: The Newton South marching band will play in the Rose Bowl in '65. Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 33 Blue Squad 33 Sen. Class Com. 3. DEBRA SUE FILIURIN 30 Shady Hill Rd., Newton Debbie Meadowbrook Cutler "Give me liberty or give me death." I'll never forget: My summer at P.E.A. What would happen if: N.S.H. won the New England football championship in 1984? Choir 1, 2, 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Leader Corp 1, 23 Span. Club3 Circ. Staff Denebola 8a Reg. JEANNE SUSAN FINKEL 127 Elgin St., Newton Ctre. Jeannie Weeks Wheeler "Good things come in small pack- ages." I leave to N.S.: Three years of continued friendships, experiences :St fun3 phone calls in the wee hours3 my many problems? a cer- tain threesome. Music Club 2. 33 A.F.S. 2, 3g G.A.A. 2, 33 Reg. Circ. Staff 33 Reg. Ad Staff 33 Pep Squad 3. ANNE FISHER 22 Agawam Rd., Waban Annie "Wherefore art thou, Romeo?" Warren Cutler I am crazy about: R.H.O. Leader Corps 1, 2, 3g Ski Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Cheerleading 33 Pep Squad 33 Softball 1, 2, 33 Reg- ulus Circulation Staff 33 Field Hockey 1, 23 Basketball 13 Jr. Prom Dec. Comm. 2. DONNA GAIL FISHER 34 Dorothy Rd., Newton Meadowbrook Goodwin "I can't understand it, I just can't." I'll never forget: A Soph. year of non conformity, an incident in Harvard Square, the dent in my shoulders from carrying a green schoolbag. I prophesy that: As long as Mr. Goldman teaches the science building will have clean walls. G.A.A. 13 Riding 1. JASON R. FISHMAN 11 Placid Rd. Jay, "Fish" Meadowbrook Wheeler "Make yourself an honest man and then you may be sure there is one rascal less in the world." I leave to Newton South: My locker. What would happen if: Mr. Rivers had ever lost his little flash cards? Baseball 1, 2, 3: Intra-Basketball 1. 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 3. DANA SCOTT FITZGERALD 566 Saw Mill Brook Pky., N. C. Dobie-do, Stud Meadowbrook Goodwin "Eat drink and be merry, for to- morrow we die." Greatest Ambition: To fall off the Mystic River Bridge in a Volks- wagen and live. I leave to Newton South: My Gym Locker. House Council 1, 3, AFS 2, Key Club 1, 23 Blue Squad 3, Track 3. NANCY FITZGERALD 150 Collins Rd. Weeks Cutler "If today will not, tomorrow may." I leave to Newton South: All my late slips and my peanut-butter sandwiches that got locked in Lan- guage Lab during lunch. I'll never forget: Waiting an hour for the bus in Waban hardware store. French Club 3, Tennis Team 3g A.F.S. 3. RITA FLANAGAN 5 Kappius Path, Newton Ctre. Meadowbrook Wheeler . . and miles to go before I sleep." I'll never forget: Jr. English with Mrs. B. What would happen if: Seniors had privileges? Mikado 1: Boy Friend 2g Music Club 13 Madrigal 2: A cappella 1, 2: Orchestra 1, Concert Choir 3. RONNA FLASCHNER 564 Quinobequin Rd. Ronnie Weeks Cutler "My hopes are not always realized, but I always hope." I'll never forget: That black V.W. and the summer of "63." I am crazy about: English mufhns and coffee at the Charter House. A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2, Reg- ulus Data 3g G.A.A. l, 33 Cutler House Council 3. PETER MICHAEL FLEMING 12 Bradford Rd., Newton Hlds. Pete Weeks Wheeler "I am not made like anyone I have seen . . " I leave to N.S.H.: A pair of fast starting track shoes. I prophesy that: Teaching ma- chines will never replace Newton South's teachers. National Honor Society 2. 3, Cross Country Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Indoor 2, 3. Q, 11" BARBARA ROSALIND FOOTER 29 Fairhaven Rd. Barb Meadowbrook Cutler "There is no failure except in no longer trying." I'll never forget: "The 4 of us" feeding the ducks at Norumbega, the before and after 2:30 to 5:00 A.M. with A.L.F. Drama Club 1, 2, 3: A.F.S. 1, Mu- sic Club 2, 3g Denebola 2, 3, Dance 25 Folk Music 2g Jr. Prom Dec. The meeting of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Fan Club will now come to order. , .. ,,. , .. L . Y. . .Y-....4......,-..-- -., Y. -A .-.- 'Jr' Hey, my fork's stuck! RICHARD FOSTER 256 Dedham St., Newton Dick, Harmon Meadowbrook Cutler "Contents of a will are usually a dead giveaway." I'll never forget: The time at a par- ty when I mentioned I went to N.S. and then got knocked out by 2 Roxbury giants. Denebola lg Math Club lg Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Tig. Com. 2: Blue Squad 2, 3. ll: 7' DOUGLAS ALAN FOWLE 22 Ridge Ave., Newton Ctre. Doug Weeks Cutler "Silence is golden?" I am crazy about: P.F., Mr. G's chem., ski club with Mr. Mattson, plays, girls, tigerama. Advice to Sophs. and Irs.: Buy your elevator tickets soon. Music Club lg Ski Club l, 2, 3: Sailing Club 1, 2, 3: Lost Battalion 2, 3. PHYLLIS FOX 50 Indian Ridge Rd. Meadowbrook Goodwin "Leave no stone unturnedf' I'll never forget: The corpse in the window, aggravation afternoons, J. Peg and the fort. I am crazy about: Red Ere engines, aggravation afternoons, and mid- night serenades. A.F.S. lg Sailing Club lg Music Club 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3: Fencing 23 Regulus Ad Staff 3. ELLEN LYNNE FRANK 1100 Woodcliif Rd., Newton Hlds. Frankie, Ellie Meadowbrook Wheeler "Things are seldom as they seem, skim milk masquerades as cream." I'll never forget: Mr. Frank's Math Class. Greatest Ambition: To change those "friendly" phone calls. Reg. Rep. 1, 2, 3g G.A.A. 2, 3, Red Cross Club lg Leader Corps: Shaker Girls 3g Volleyball 2. BEVERLY JEAN FRASER 891 Beacon Street, Newton Bev Weeks Wheeler "He is a great and righteous per- son who, loving himself, loves all others equally." Greatest Ambition: To become an interior decorator and to travel through Europe. Wheeler House Student Sec. 1, 2, 3: Drama Club lg Modern Dance BARBARA FREEDMAN 134 Hanson Rd., Newton Barb "Neither a borrower nor a lender be-for borrowing oft dulls the edge of husbandry." I am crazy about: L.G. What would happen if: C.M. had nothing to do? Jr. Class Comm.: Sr. Class Comm.: Denebola Circ. Staff: Jr. Prom Comm., Ski Club. PATRICIA J. FREEDMAN 251 Wiswall Rd., Newton Ctre. Patti, Pat Meadowbrook Goodwin "The best mirror is an old friend." I leave to Newton South: My moldy gymsuit and dirty socks. Greatest Ambition: To swim in a poolroom. French Club 2: Spanish Club 3: A.F.S. 3: Pep Squad 3. A 39 ,f ,f it ' I 5 1' A Q., s f , . iv ,gf fi W... af K' wt' ' 't3S?'?. . K . .., ff., 3' SANDRA FRIEDMAN 6 Rowena Rd., Newton Ctre. Sandi Weeks Goodwin "One robin doesn't make a spring, but one lark can make a fall." I leave to N.S.: Adelle Vreeland, borrowing my ten thousand leather jackets. Alt. Rep. to Goodwin House Council 1, Civics Comm. 2, Tig. Hospitality Chair. 1, Reg. Pub- licity Comm. 3. JANE ELLEN FRIEZE 44 Farina Rd. Janie Meadowbrook Wheeler "Experience is the name everyone gives to lzis mistakes." Greatest Ambition: Not to be ntypical Newton." Music Club 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 2. 3, Chorus 1, Tennis Team 2, 3, AFS 1, Ski Club 3, Future Teachers of Amer. 3. WILLIAM FRITZ 215 Hartmann Rd., Newton Ctre. Meadowbrook Wheeler "Happiness is no laughing matterf' I prophesy that: The stop sign at Brandeis Rd. will never stay there. What would happen if: The col- lege recommending mark was changed to 'D'? Key Club 1, 2, Intramural, Bask- etball 2. IRVING FRUTKOFF 24 Glen Ave. Weeks Goodwin 'tLet thy speech be better than silence, or be silent." I leave to NSH: To Mr. Goldman: one broken distilling flask, to Mr. Ethier: a French speaking left foot. Russian Club 1, 2, 3, Astronomy Club 2, 3. MAURICE CURTIS GARDNER 132 Stanley Rd., Waban Mickey Weeks Wheeler "I do with my friends as I do with my books. I would lzave them where I can find them, but l sel- dom use them." I leave to Newton South: One ex- ploded Tab bottle. What would happen if: South's Skin Diving club did succeed? Blue Squad 2, 3, Den. Ad. Staff 2, Reg. Ad. Staff 3, Ski 3. A Gini A H " 4,4-""h' 0""x That Problems of Democracy teacher sure makes up funny tests, if I do say so myself. ELAINE GASBARRI 1206 Boylston St., Newton Meadowbrook Cutler "Keep smiling, have faith, laugh and be well." I'll never forget: sessions, H20, many many people, bicycling, mud along the Charles, parties, black coffee. Cut. House Coun. Rep 3, Ski 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, .ff .M Xi Leader Corp 1, 2, 3, NECC 3, Reg. Ad Staff 2, Rep. 2, Pep I Squad 3, French 1. HENRY GEDIMAN i 3 'I ' " ' A 37 Cypress St., Newton Ctre. Hen, Eudoxie Weeks Cutler "So little done-so much to do." I'll never forget: Miss Dohanian's shocking math classes. I am crazy about: Mr. Goldman's hairdo! Chess Club 1, Track 1, 2, Key Club 1, Tig. Comm. I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Jr. Prom Comm. l. RICHARD GELLES 129 Hagen Road Richie Meadowbrook Goodwin "Laziness is man's best enemy." I leave to Newton South: One copy of-How to be kicked out of Lang. Lab-1001 different ways. Key Club 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Debating Soc. 1, 2, 3, Sailing 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Indoor 8: Outdoor Track 3, Cross Country 3. DIANE JANE GELFOND 16 Stanley Rd. Weeks Wheeler "Nothing so hard, but search will find it out." I'1l never forget: Mr. P., A Block and Mrs. S., G Block. What would happen if: The teach- ers in 6207 didn't go to Nigeria? G.A.A. 1, Regulus Ad Staff 1, Spanish Club 1. How will I ever get their pants white again? . Z Q ' . . A I iff l . . 'f' .JA - ' . Q - fe, as ,. ' . - . 'ng I . I . if , . .-, i '- . JANET E. GEZORK 196 Herrick Rd. Jan Weeks Cutler "This above all, to thine own self be true." I'll never forget: Those lazy, crazy days of summer. I am crazy about: Miss Dohanian, Mr. Petrillo, and last period stud- ies. G.A.A. 1, 3, Spanish Club 3, Folksinging Club 3. PRISCILLA BETH GILBERT 104 Audubon Dr., Ch. Hill Pris Meadowbrook Goodwin "No man is an island." I'll never forget: X-Blocks in 2101. Greatest Ambition: To have at least one famous painting and own that blue Morgan. Studio 1, Regulus Art Staff 1, Li- brary Staff 1, School Store 1. CAROL GLASSMAN 21 Kendall Rd., Newton Ctre. Shiny Meadowbrook Wheeler "For that elephant ate all day, . . . The cry was still more hay." I'll never forget: Those stimulating nights with Beebe, Elliot, and Bobby. Tigerama 1, 2, 3, Sailing 1, French Club 1, 2, Civics Comm. 2, Leader Corps 1, Rally Comm. 3, Senior Rep. 3, Jr. Prom Dec. 2. CARL GLICKMAN 55 Wheeler Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "Aches and groans and broken bones-but games will never harm mel" I'll never forget: The day . . . oops, I forgot! Home Room Manager 1, Track 3, Cutler House Council 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, J.V. Football 1, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, Intramu- ral Basketball 1, 2, 3, Wrest. 1, Jr. Prom Comm. 2. PAUL ALVIN GLUCK 104 Dorcar Rd., Newton Ctre. Meadowbrook Wheeler "I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something." I'll never forget: Homeroom peri- ods with Miss Sullivan. Greatest Ambition: To graduate. Key Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3' Denebola 3. 1 J' j. H ,Wy .rig -415+ , A W6 X 5 v 6 ROBERT GLUNTS 62 Edgeiield Rd. Bob Weeks Goodwin "We know what we are, but know not what we may be." I'll never forget: Miami and Mr. Cards' warm homecoming recep- tion. Greatest Ambition: To die a F. R. O. I. Outdoor Track 1, 33 Indoor Track 2g Wrestling 33 Football 1, 33 Journalism 33 Spanish Club 3. ELLIOT GOLDBERG 95 Rosalie Road Meadowbrook Cutler "Man's Career? Self-Improvement" I leave to Newton South: Mr. Geists' morning readings from Em- erson. Class Comm. Rep. 1, 2, 3g Bas- ketball 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Intra- murals 1, 2, 33 Activities Comm. 1, 2, 33 Blue Squad 2, 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 2. MARK R. GOLDBERG 29 Louise Road Fairfieldwoods Wheeler "Affection may one day smile againg ana' till then sit down sor- row." I'll never forget: My Jr. year with L.B. I am crazy about: Stop signs. NANCY GOLDBERG 25 Malubar Lane, Newton Ctre. Alice Deal, Wash. D. C. "Friends are born, not made." I'll never forget: The thunder and lightning. Greatest Ambition: To speak with a Boston accent. House Council Rep. 33 AFS 33 Leader Corp 33 French Club 33 Drama Club 33 Ski Club 33 In Wash. Pep Club lg Vice Pres. of Sect. 23 French 1, 23 Busquin 84 Masque 1, 2. PAUL L. GOLDER 21 Silver Birch Rd. Weeks Wheeler "Keep a good tongue in his head." What would happen if: There were no corridor pile-ups? Greatest Ambition: To finish all my homework in study halls. Chess Club 1, 2, 33 President 23 Chess Team 2, 33 Key Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT GOLDMAN 55 Indian Ridge Rd., N. C. Bob Meadowbrook Goodwin "Never do today what can be put off for tomorrow." What would happen if: Newton South closed for the Jewish Holi- days? I'll never forget: My quiet 10th grade World Hist. Class with Mr. T. Debating 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Blue Squad 2, 33 Intramural 1. ?3.xgK,'ig5-as , ' ' ' ' ' 'mf 1' -'- '-1-A V,------.3 . tl-nr JEROME MARK GOLDSTEIN 156 Country Club Rd., Newton YI? Jerry "The woods are lovely, dark and deep. Bur I have promises to keep, Before I sleep." I leave to Newton South: A great Housemaster, Miss Creeden, and Dr. Davidson, our Principal. Greatest Ambition: To be a suc- cess in business. Activities Comm. 2g Ski Club 33 Football Manager 2, 3. Don't tell me they put butter on the ice cream sandwiches too. QQWQ QF' ,wt .fats il A Aman wig .M www WW' "-"Mi A, .gt muh aun- m""f ,,w,.3 ai ann K. 3. -541.8969 'gm' WWW, ,, 1 'fs l KY yi ,'ltM,M,. ,...3tt,, quam! .,,. .mga-A-, ae.-wh 1 fi 'f 1' 't""M V N - gba!! 19126144 ,,, ,nm-.o. i -' 14 gut? ,..,,M.. giG "W" Jmsbii' ' JPHNW' malw- -wv aw added 355 251-ffl W I get 87 shaves from my Shick LAURENCE CHARLES GOLDSTEIN 171 Winchester St., Newton Hlds. Larry, Froi .7i4 Meadowbrook Wheeler "Don't do today what can be put oy? until tomorrow." I leave to Newton South: All those innocent and unsuspecting Sopho- more girls. What would happen if: The Frois ran Newton South? Froi Activity Comm. 1, 2, 3g Tennis 1. Stainless Steel Blade. RICHARD GOLDSTEIN 44 Puritan Rd. Ricky Meadowbrook Goodwin "If two birds were sitting on a fence, he would bet which would fly jirstf' What would happen if: There was no glass on the field? Indoor Track 2, 3g Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3g Key Club 1, 2g Varsity Club 2, 3g Blue Squad 2. ENID MICHELLE GOODY 24 Farina Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "A good laugh is sunshine." I'll never forget: Having Ancient History in the "middle of the night" with Mr. Mattson. What would happen if: We had taken the keys? Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2g Mu- sic Club 2, 3g G.A.A. 2, 3g Drama Guild 3g A.F.S. 13 Leader Corps lg Mikado 1g Boyfriend 23 Ski Club 3. DIANE GORFINKLE 56 Greenwood St. Diane Meadowbrook Cutler "To err is human, but to forgive is divine." I am crazy about: China Sails and football games. What would happen if: the team had one out and the Angels lost? Leader Corps lg Ski Club lg Pep Sq. 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. MARJORIE S. GOULD 375 Dudley Road Margie Meadowbrook Goodwin "Better be small and shine than be great and cast a shadow." I'll never forget: Our homework syndicate. I'm crazy about: Sparkle bars. Music Club 2g Leader Corps lg Latin Club 23 A.F.S. 2g Junior Class Committee. NANCY GOWEN 137 WoodEnd Rd. Weeks Wheeler "He wins much who wants little." I'll never forget: C block studies and track meets, junior year. What would happen if: R.A.C. ever stopped going? Music Club 1, 35 Band 1, 2g Or- chestra lg A.F.S. 2, 3g G.A.A. 3, Rally Committee 3. CAROL ANN GRASSILLI 1206 Chestnut St. Carol Weeks Cutler "In the years to come, I will al- ways remember N.S.H." I leave to N.S.H.: My sister Linda. What would happen if: B.D. didn't have her peanut butter and marsh- mallow sandwich? .fm 4 v -as 4q A xc 'S 1 HAROLD GREENBERG 151 Truman Rd. Hal Meadowbrook Cutler "He is great who is what lze is from nature" I'll never forget: The two yrs. spent with Miss Dohanian, Mr. Card, and Mr. Petrillo. Greatest Ambition: To buy Potato chips without having to buy the complete lunch. Chess Club 33 Blue Sq. 3. JESSYCA ELLEN GREENE 59 Pontiac Rd. Jess Weeks Goodwin ". . . If I am not better, at least I am different." I am crazy about: A trumpet play- er, the Cape, people-watching, and drinking milk. Soph. Class Comm. GAA li Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Ski 1, 2, 3g Drama Guild lg Dance 33 Sailing Club 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Home- room Man. 2. BARBARA HELEN GREENHOOD 110 Louise Rd. Meadowbrook Wheeler "Practice makes perfect" I'll never forget: June 23, 1960. What would happen if: I didn't have French with Joanne? Rxeilections lg A.F.S. 13 Studio 2, 33 Denebola Make-up Staff 3. MARJORIE SUE GROSS 39 Florence St. Margie Meadowbrook Goodwin "Worry never fixes anything." I'll never forget: Waiting for dis- missal to meet a certain someone. Greatest Ambition: To someday achieve my one greatest desire. French Club 1, 23 Drama Club lg Ski Club 1, 23 G.A.A. 13 Music Club 13 Volleyball 3. CAROLYN GROSSMAN 24 Great Meadow Rd. Carol Meadowbrook Cutler "Laugh and the whole world laughs with you." I'll never forget: Punchy, but I hope Punchy will forget me. What would happen if: There were no radios on at 9:00 on Sunday nights? A.F.S. 2, 33 Ad Stall 23 G.A.A. 3. l fe li I' I Q 'str Louder please, uh, I can't hear your uh's and umm's. ! MARK GROSSMAN 130 Walnut Hill Rd. Meadowbrook Wheeler "Tis the breathing time of day with me." I leave to Newton South: An Elev- en man sled. I prophesy that: Newton South will turn into a nation state. Football 23 Baseball 23 Spanish Club lg Intramural Basketball 3. MARILYN GROSSMAN 115 Dorset Rd., Waban Warren Goodwin "To all things and all beings we shall be as relatives." I'l1 never forget: My junior year with Z. I am crazy about: Mrs. Jacques. Ski Club 2, 33 School Storeg Tennis Team 1, 2, 33 Music Club lg Regulus Staff. STEVEN GUTTELL 53 Allen Avenue Steve, "Guts" Weeks Cutler "Life holds many challenges, but tlze quicker we attack tlze quicker we will conquer." What would happen if: Mr. Giest ran out of Ralph Waldo Emerson in the morning? Blue Squad 3: Chess Club l: Cut- ler House Council 1. 2: Ski Club 2. 3: Football 1, 2. Mr. Clemens, what should I do? ROBERTA ANN GUREVICH 112 Carlisle Street Bobbi Goodwin "The world is no better if we wor- ry. Life is no longer if we hurry." I leave to Newton South: Nothing. I'm taking him with me. I'll never forget: The basketball games and number 55. Music Club l. 2, 3g G.A.A. 3. The Internal Revenue Depart- ment just sent me a letter saying I added my income tax wrong! .223 MARLENE HADGE 209 Upland Ave. Mimi. Marl Meadowbrook Goodwin "Happiness is vine of tlze rarest vintage." I leave to Newton South: My green book bag. What would happen if: I had no taste buds? Debating Club 1. 2, 3g Drama Club lg Junior Class Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Orchestra lg Fencing 1. 2. 3: Ski Club 1. 3. SUSAN M. HALLETT 18 Bontempo Road Sue Meadowbrook Wheeler "Wealth I ask not, lzope nor love, nor a friend to know rne,' all I ask: tlze heaven above and the road below me." Greatest Ambition: To just super- vise the painting of Hats for a N.S.H. musical. Art Club 2: Girls Chorus 2: Stu- dio 2. 3. LINDA C. I-IALPERIN 93 Sevland Road Meadowbrook "It is better to light just one little candle, than to stand and curse tlze darkness." I'll never forget: My summer of '63-Wow! Advice to Sophs. 8: Irs.: Eh boy Abadabadoo!! Music Club 2. 3: A.F.S. 1. 2. 3: Leader Corp. 1, 2. Cutler RICHARD HALPERIN 72 Sharpe Road Meadowbrook Goodwin l'Talents are best nurtured in soli- tude: character is best formed in tlze stormy billows of tlze world." What would happen if: Mr. Av- ritch stopped smiling? Riiie Club 2: Investment Club 2: School Play 2. RALPH HAMILTON 947 Chestnut St. Meadowbrook Cutler "Shapes that seem alive, will sur- vive their maker." I'll never forget: Friday G block. 'W in junior year. A! Greatest Ambition: To teach in England or France. l DONNA LEE HARTWICH 17 Keefe Avenue Meadowbrook Goodwin "Burdens become light when done cheerfully." What would happen if: People called me Donna instead of Brenda. Greatest Ambition: To prevent that person from joining the serv- ice. Leader Corps 1, 2g G.A.A. 1. DAVID K. HARWOOD 40 Pine Ridge Road Dave Weeks Goodwin "Little wheel here, Myronf' What would happen if: My Ford never broke down. Greatest Ambition: To show if2 Who's boss. Goodwin House Council lg Hock- ey 3g Blue Squad 2, 3. ROBERT DUNCAN HEANEY 390 Dedham St. Bean Meadowbrook Cutler "The most manifest sign of wis- dom is continual happiness." I'll never forget: My apartment. I sleave to Newton South: All my schedule change slips which I nev- er passed in. Blue Squad 1, 2, 3g Football lg Hockey 3g Baseball 35 Ski Club 3g Senior Class Committee, Lost Bat- talion 2, 3. JAMES HENNESSEY 1269 Boylston Street Jim, Chick Meadowbrook Wheeler "Life is but a bowl of Crispy Critters." What would happen if: Someone dumped glass on the football field. Greatest Ambition: To become president of the United Arab Re- public. Varsity Footballg Honor Society 2, 3. GERALDINE HERSH 77 Dorcar Road Gerry Meadowbrook Wheeler "In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter." Illl never forget: The first time I walked into Chem. Lab. Greatest Ambition: To teach at Newton South High. Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3g Music Club 2, 3g Regulus Ad Staff 3g Pep Squad 3. ELLEN GAIL HIRSCH 965 Dedham St. Meadowbrook Cutler "Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabif' I am crazy about: Romeo's Hellos. What would happen if: We had taken the keys? Drama Guild 1, 29 French Club 3g French .Honor Soc. 2, 33 Denebola Reporter 2, 39 Costumes "Boy- friend." W X Take this dictation, please: Dear Santa Claus. JUDITH IRENE HIRSCH 972 Walnut St., Newton Hlds. Judi Weeks Goodwin ". . . Best of all, along the way, friendship and mirth." What would happen if: Newton South's Basketball team had a suc- cessful season. Outing Club lg Russian Club 1, 2g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. Pres. 35 Softball Chairman 2g Leader Corps 2, 33 Var. Soft. 1. 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 3. SANDRA JANE HITTEL 97 Bound Brook Rd. Sandy Meadowbrook Goodwin "Life is a variety of spices" I'll never forget: Monny Hari sec- ond family. I leave to N.S.H.: Miss Ashley and her Latin Classes. Denebola 1, Music Club 1, 2, A.F.S. 1, 2, Reflections 1, 2, Ski Club 1, Leader Corps 1, 2. ANNE LOUISE HOGAN 12 Richardson Road Meadowbrook Wheeler "What'sweet delight a quiet life affords." I'll never forget: The Stein, Thanksgiving 1962, G Block Soph. year. I am crazy about: Football games, free Saturday afternoons, B block Classes Junior year. A.F.S. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 2. DAVID C. HOROVITZ 16 Shuman Circle Hory Meadowbrook Cutler "Life is not what it's made out to be" I'll never forget: The first time I walked into this place. I prophesy that: I will die on a full stomach. Wrestling 3. CATHERINE A. HOROWITZ 64 Clifton Rd. Cathy Meadowbrook Cutler "On y soit qui mal y pense" I'll never forget: The morning Nanci told me a bed-time story. I am crazy about: My best friend's boyfriend. Latin Club 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Art Club 2, French Club 3, Senior Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. RICHARD MICHAEL HORWITZ 39 Canterbury Rd. Horse Weeks Goodwin "Such strength as a man has he should use." What would happen if: Everybody went out to breakfast? Greatest Ambition: To see Charlie become U.S. weight lifting champ. Junior Varsity Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, Blue Squad 2, 3. JOHN D. HUMPHREY 180 Hunnewell Ave. Day Wheeler "He who laughs last, laughs best." I am crazy about: A certain some- one from Brighton High. What would happen if: There was school the day after the Senior Prom? . BARBARA ELLEN HURWITZ 24 Van Wart Path Barb "What's in a name? That which we call a rose would by any other name smell as sweet." I'll never forget: My Junior year with B.M. Wheeler House Council 1, 2, 3, Associates Council 3, Leader Corps 2, Rally Committee 3, Data Staff 3. I 1531. -ik f I -sf MIRIAM HURWITZ 12 Shute Path Mimi Meadowbrook Cutler "Modesty is a candle to your merit" I'll never forget: Mrs. F. class in Jr. year. I'm crazy about: My dog. A.F.S. JUDITH C. IRWIN 73 Spiers Road Judi Meadowbrook Wheeler "No one knows what he can do until he tries." I'l1 never forget: Mutt. Greatest Ambition: To be a boy. EVE ILENE JACOBS 25 Haynes Rd. Evie Meadowbrook Goodwin "To thine own self be true" I'll never forget: The lost canoe, my 18W suniish, Herman The Mouse and Alfred, the Lemming. I am crazy about: The adventures on Dana Ave. Music Club 1, 2g American Field Service 1, 2, 3. RANDALL JACOBS 450 Winchester St. Randy Meadowbrook Goodwin "Better you than me." I leave to N.S.H.: Froi No. 1 G's luck at the track. I'll never forget: Miami. LESLIE EDITH JOHNSON 5 Hickory Cliff Rd. Les Weeks Goodwin "How ever rare true love is, true friendship is rarer." Illl never forget: Football games and victory parties. Field Hockey l. 2. 33 Basketball l. 2. 3: Softball 1, 2, 3g Leader Corps 1. 2, 35 G.A.A.g Rally Comm.: Sen. Class Comm. 3g Reg- ulus lg Jr. Prom Dec. Comm. JANIS SUSAN JONES 68 Roundwood Rd. Jan Meadowbrook Wheeler "A little common sense, tolerance, good humor, and you don't know how comfortable you can be on this planetn I prophesy that: N.S.H.S. will al- ways be the meeting place during the summer. I in That's very good. Now piouette! NANCI SUSAN JOSEPH 15 Harwich Road Nan Meadowbrook Cutler "Youth is alive" I leave to Newton South: All the late slips Marilyn and I got going to history Class "62." What would happen if: Marilyn's phone was out of order one night? G.A.A. 1, 33 Rally Committee 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 3, Senior Class Committee 3g French Club 3g Office Work 1. l L... . - We must, we must , PRAVINKUMAR L. KALE 130 Lake Ave. Bandoo Cutler "Size is the poorest measure of greatness." I'll never forget: The friendliness of N.S.H.S. Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Wel- come to India! A.F.S. exchange studentg Ski Club 33 Folk Sing 3. EDWARD KALMAN 60 Tairlo Rd. Ed "All I have done is learnt lzow to learn" Bowling Teamg Ski Clubg Chess Clubg Spanish Club. CHARLES KAMAR 54 Hillside Rd., Newton Hlds. Chuck Weeks Goodwin "Things standing thus unknown shall live behind me." I'll never forget: D Block studies with Mr. K. in my Jr. year. Football lg Track lg Wrestling lg Blue Squad 3. ELLIOT MICHAEL KAPLAN 39 Village Cir. Eli Meadowbrook Cutler "Your reason and your passion are the rudder and the sails of your seafaring soul" I am crazy about: Hopeless causes and E.B. What would happen if: Mr. Suth- erland was figured out. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JAMES KAPLAN 250 Dorset Road Weeks Goodwin "Learn from the mistakes of oth- ers, you ean't possibly have the time to make them all yourself." I'll never forget: 2 O'clock under the Camel sign. I prophesy that: Your children will live under Froiism. chess Club ig ski Club 2g National A no We Honor Society 2, 3. Y si 'iv wrt nfl, 'N I 53 W X ' fi . ff ,f may 'i'-' .',. p p Tl ::f-ff ? 1 . S N 2 .4533 S rt' J ' v. wh? '5"fif?iiA GX LI ., ' . ,A - M. ' e .' -I ,, ul xp l-it-Ee-Q-oe' at . , , Q 9 MARY ANN KARAGOSIAN 11 Canterbury Rd. Weeks Cutler "All experience is an arch to build upon." I'll never forget: R.B.P. 'S, and 4663. What would happen if: R.A. didn't have to go. . .? Regulus Sales Staff 1, 2, 33 Junior Prom Comm.g G.A.A. 1, 3g Senior Supperg Rally 1, 3. BRUCE KARLIN 20 Old Farm Road Meadowbrook Wheeler "Who tempered wisdom with a smile." I leave to NSHS: A second-hand. used second viola. What would happen if: We were given lbmin. to pass? Math Team 1, 2, 33 Debating So- ciety 2, V.P. 3g Music Club 1, 2, 33 A.F.S. 2, 3g Rehections 2. 33 National Honor Society 2, 3g Or- chestra l. 2, 33 Assoc. Council 3. DAVID KAUFMAN 115 Adeline Road Dave Meadowbrook Goodwin "Happiness is no laughing matter." I prophesy that: Mr. Goldman will grow hair. I leave to Newton South: Mr. Card's oflice. J.V. Football lg Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. JUDITH ANN KAUFMAN 184 Allerton Road Judi Weeks Cutler "How many a man has dated a new era in lzis life from the read- ing of a book." I'll never forget: The people, ex- periences. and ideas I've encoun- tered in three years. A.F.S. 2, 31 Regulus Advertising Staff 3g Music Club 3. IANICE ANN KEATING 16 Beaconwood Rd. Sacred Heart Goodwin "You1h is the opportunity to do something and ro become some- body." l'll never forget: The summer of and Aug. 26. I am crazy about: Summers, vaca- tions, and Harvard Sq. Field Hockey lg Drama Guild lg Modern Dance 1: Rally 31 Regulus Copy Staff 3. GENE DAVID KIRSTEN 612 Sawmill Brook Pkwy. Meadowbrook Goodwin "He wins much who wants little." I leave to Newton South: My fa- vorite saying, "unbelievable," What would happen if: We could skip study periods. Baseball 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, Football 2g Blue Squad 3. Oh, no you don't! 1. se' LAURIE PLAYFAIR KIMBALL 5 Beverly Rd. Beaver Country Day Cutler "Tis better to have loved and lost then never to have loved at all" What would happen if: They took the "No Smoking" signs out of the buses? Greatest Ambition: To be an in- dividual, but not an individualist. Music Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3. ,I-gg.. if-' ' 0' ' .. -A X W. ,, ,. W as BARBARA ELIZABETH KNOWLES 53 Beverly Road Barb Weeks Cutler "I never met a man I didn't like." What would happen if: My mother got a white card? National Honor Society 2, 3, G.A.A 1, 2: French National Hon- or Society 2, 3, Drama Guild 1, 3, Rally Committee 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, French Club 3, Ski Club 3, Music Club 3. MARILYN LISA KORITSKY 66 Myerson Lane, Newton Meadowbrook Goodwin "The bow too tensely strung is eas- ily broken." I'll never forget: Sept. 29, 1962, Junior Prom, Majorettes. I am crazy about: J. H. S., football games, victory parties. Library 1g Majorettes 2: Ski Club 2, Homeroom Manager 3, Prom Decorating Committee 2, Leader Corps 1. MOLLEE GA'IL KOSLOW 71 Louise Road, Newton Girls Latin Cutler "If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again." I am crazy about: That certain boy from Mattapan. What would happen if: Mr. Smith ran out of war stories? Red Cross Council 3g Library 3. ERIC KRAMER 476 Dedham Street Ricky Meadowbrook Wheeler "Then give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you." Wheeler House Council 2, 3g Chess Club 2, 3, .Math Team 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM KREGER 38 Paul St. Willy Sacred Heart Wheeler "Let us be merry" I'll never forget: My Junior Eng- lish Class. Greatest Ambitions: To graduate. 5... pl 5 fi :vi '3 If HARRIET KUPFERMAN 915 Chestnut Street Weeks Cutler "Be what you are, tlzat is the first step in becoming better than you are." I'll never forget: The showers we didn't have time for in gym. I leave to Newton South: Outside corridors, and a woolen sweater. Art Club, G.A.A.g A.F.S.g Future Teachers Club. TRUDY ANNE LAKIN 45 Newbrook Circle Chestnut Hill Meadowbrook Goodwin "Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and is heard no more." Regulus Art Staff 3g Music Club 2, 33 Drama Club 1, Denebola Ad Staff 1g Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Ten- nis 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2. CHRISTINE T. LAMBERT 43 South Gate Park West Newton Chris Warren Cutler "To be or not to be, that is the questiorrf' I'll never forget: The day I was a.w.o.l. from school to visit King Saud of Saudi Arabia. Cproof availablel I leave to Newton South: The Home Ec. Dept. and all my future cakes. JOHN CHARLES LARSON 50 E. Quinobequin Rd. Jack Warren Wheeler "Those who work a lot, gain a lot." I leave to Newton South: A pad- dle for every teacher. What would happen if: We lost Miss Creedon as housemaster of Wheeler? LORNA LAUGHLAND 340 Hammond St. Laurie Weeks Goodwin "Use what language you will, you can never say anything but what you are." Modern Dance 2. RINA LEVI 65 Allerton Road Weeks Wheeler "Before you love, be able to run through the snow leaving no foot- prints." I'm crazy about: English muffins and coffee, rings and B.T.D. What would happen if: November 8, 1970 ever came true? Music Clubg American Field Serv- ice, Ski Club. tv ARTHUR JOEL LEVINE 25 Wiswall Rd., Newton Ctre. Art Meadowbrook Cutler "To thine own self be true . . ." I leave to Newton South: One dis- located shoulder, a roll of adhesive tape, and a faded Blue Squad badge. House Council 1, 2, 3g Ski 2, 3g Blue Squad Cap. 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1g Tennis 2g Riile Club 2, 3, Indoor Track 3, Out- door 1, 3. Wow! That lecturer sure can hold an audience! V Q "-i ri' -gif. ' 2 -isll 5, -,Q f. rv -Hman" I I Is: 'I-'if hh: eg ri A 5 it . . Xi: ., rn, fs. For me? HARRIET LEONA LEVINE 17 Longfellow Rd. Hari, mommy Warren Wheeler "Be sure brain is engaged before putting mouth in gear." I'll never forget: My second fam- ily and the summer of '63. I leave to Newton South: All the "senior privileges." G.A.A. 1, Wheeler House Coun., Music Club 2, 3, Pep Squad 3, Chorus 1, 2. .aff 1 ., f ' . ,. he aiu 'Q' fr- '1 .-gg, yin '- f'. ' 3-jay. C' y1.,4,'i61f': S 0 1'-6'-25' Q f X , . J' N- A-: N ' V : :2- '. do lr, 74: Cz 2 Wt' f sf 41 4' lt 5 , 7 f a. 4 , ' f ' f , , f - .fi .- wg. RICHARD KENNETH LEVINE 86 Winston Rd., Newton Ctre. Richie Meadowbrook Wheeler ". . . and when will this riddle be solved?. . .Never." I'll never forget: Jr. Prom, E.S.P., and iron horses. Greatest Ambition: To understand myself, my friends, and my par- ents, in that order. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1. IRNA LEVISON 70 High Rock Terrace Meadowbrook Wheeler "Girls have curious minds, and de- sire to know the end of every- thing." I'll never forget: Gymnastics with Mal. Greatest Ambition: To find some- one my age shorter than I. G.A.A. 1, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 3, Rally 3. ELIZABETH M. LEVITINE 52 Berwick Road Liz, Lisette Weeks Wheeler "Religion has done love a great service by making it a sin." I'll never forget: The time in our lives Dede and I did most of our growing up. What would happen if: They raised the price of phone calls to Michigan? French Club 2, 3, A.F.S. 2, 3. CAROLYN JOYCE LEVOSKY 20 Rockledge Rd.,Newton Hlds. Carol Weeks Goodwin "God gave to every man the choice between truth and repose" I'll never forget: Racing to classes and homework that is never col- lected. What would happen if: The school wasn't co-ed. Regulus Ad Editor 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 2, Tigerama 3. FRANKLIN HOWARD LEVY 22 Sycamore Rd., Newton Ctre. Biff Meadowbrook Goodwin "lf I could not laugh, I would die.' I leave to NSHS: My trumpet- may it find someone who plays in step. s I prophesy that: Latin language will soon be a thing of past. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 3, Junior Class Pres., Sen. Class Pres., Regulus Feature Staff LYNDA ANN LEVY 204 Langley Rd. Lyn Weeks Wheeler "The only way to have a friend is to be one." I leave to NSHS: 2 mangled shakers, and 8 stuffed lions. I'll never forget: a 20 lb. cast, Schmatson, and Ancient History. Art Club Pres. 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. ROBERT LAURENCE LEWIS 17 Hagen Rd.. Newton Ctre. Bob. Bobby. Lew Meadowbrook Goodwin "To thine own self be true." I leave to Newton South: All my late slips. Greatest Ambition: Success. Drama Club 1. 3: Tennis: Regulus Adv. Staff 2. 3: Intramurals: Blue Squad. JOAN LEZAR 15 Van Wart Path. Newton Ctre. Ioanie Meadowbrook Cutler To my friends with thanks: "An old friend is the best mirror." I'll never forget: Math I-3 in 7210. I prophesy that: Ictus will become ubiquitous. Dance Group 2. 3: Ski Club 2: Denebola Ads 2: Tennis 3. RONALD FRANK LIBBEY 121 Oak Street Noah Meadowbrook Cutler "Be favorable to bold beginning." I'l1 never forget: Mr. Brough's Chemistry Class. VVhat would happen if: Mr. Lam- bert's boat sank? Blue Squad 1: Baseball 2. 3. ION LICHTER 83 Wendell Road Jonny Meadowbrook Wheeler "You can get away with anything, provided you don't get caught." I'm crazy about: La langue fran- caise. Advice to Sophs. and Irs.: QUIT NOW. Wheeler House Council 1: Ski Club 2. 3: Key Club 2. 3: Wres- tling 2: Intramurals 1. ERWIN LIVERMAN 16 Roosevelt Road Meadowbrook Goodwin "Let's make the game interesting." I'll never forget: My senior year. I leave to Newton South: A bas- ketball book for Mr. Bechtold. Math Club 2. 3: Regulus 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3: Goodwin House Council 3: Intramurals l. 2. 3. Hey kids. what time is it? It's Howdy Doody time! 9 ROBERT LONG 136 Ridge Ave.. Newton Ctre. Bob Sacred Heart Wheeler "Ear, drink, and be merry, for fo morrow we go to school." I'll never forget: The "hot" ford. I leave to Newton South: Nothing I am taking her with me. Intramurals: Basketball 2: Wres tlingg Blue Squad. JAN LONDON 135 Dedham Street Meadowbrook Goodwin "We should have much peace if we would not busy ourselves with the sayings and doings of others." I'l1 never forget: The wonderful summer of '63 with E.F. Music Club 1. 2. 3: French Club 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 23 G.A.A. 1. 2, 3: Drama Club lg Senior Prom Committee 3: Volleyball. wb. 1 MITCHEL LEWIS LUNIN 25 Brandeis Rd. Mitch Meadowbrook Cutler "A word, once sent abroad, flies irrevocably." V Greatest Ambition: To talk in Mr. Linscott's study. Blue Sq. 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Chess Club 23 Math Club 23 Cutler House Council 1, 2, 33 Physics Club 23 Parliamentarian, House Council 1, 2. PHILIP LUCHNER 108 Arnold Road Phil Meadowbrook Wheeler "We feel that we are greater than we know." Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Senior Class Committee. You know what? They ground up your pink mohair sweater in the disposal. 2171- H'-" Q 3 rw? 'I' ' ' if ELIZABETH LYTLE 18 Brewster Rd., Newton Hlds. Liz Weeks Wheeler "Another day, another test." ' Illl never forget: G and B blocks history, sophomore and junior years, respectively. What would happen if: Miss Cree- don no longer said on the PA "This is Miss Creedon speaking" to homerooms. A.F.S.Q French Club. CAROLYN MacCUSPIE 10 Larch Road Carol, MacCusp Warren Goodwin "A sweet and quiet kind of grace." I'm crazy about: Coffee frappes, football games, and the Cape. Music Club 1, 23 Girls Chorus 13 A Cappella Choir 23 Concert Choir 3g Mikado 13 Sailing Club 1: Homeroom Regulus Rep. 13 Rally Committee li Executive Board 23 co-chairman 3. RICHARD MacMILLAN 24 Timson Path Ricky Meadowbrook Wheeler "Cauliflower is nothing but cab- bage with a college education." I'll never forget: All of those great football games. I leave to Newton South: My two sisters, Jean and Elizabeth. Radio Club lg Skin Diving Club 2. PAMELA MacNAIR 20 Beverly Rd., Newton Hlds. Pam "T he secret of success is constancy to purpose." I'll never forget: The summer of 1963. I prophesy that: JAD and DAF will never run out of scoffs. G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 School Store 33 Denebola Circ. Staffg National Honor Society3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom Comm. STEPHEN MacQUEEN 2 Albion Place Scotty Weeks Cutler "Let each man pass his days in that wherein his skill is greatest." I'll never forget: Junior English. I am crazy about: Saturday nights with Linda. Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 3g Blue Squad. 5 . ll G? '-,Z "Bb 'E +4 Afi. IU ful lg-.gag 1.9 ,,, N IOSEPH JEFFERY MALETZ 6 Kodaya Road, Waban Joe Weeks Wheeler "I am not afraid of work, I can lie down and go to sleep beside it." I'm crazy about: Skiing. What would happen if: Mr. Matt- son moved back to 6208? Sailing Club 2. 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. CAROLYN M. MANDELL 287 Spiers Rd., Newton Ctre. Carri Meadowbrook Cutler "Patience and tolerance doth end long suffering." Iill never forget: Those days in Miss Dohanian's math class. Greatest Ambition: To leave this school sane. Regulus 3, A.F.S. 3, French Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 3. EUGENE ROGER MANDELL 30 Silver Birch Road Gene Weeks Goodwin "You should hammer your iron when it is glowing hot." I'll never forget: Those nights at Sherborn. Tennis 1, Track 2, 3, Regulus Li- terary Staff, Orchestra 3. HEIDI LINDA MARGOLIS 12 Burnside Road Hi Weeks Goodwin "Art is nothing more than the shadow of humanity." I'll never forget: "Senior Rock" and the classes we had on top of it, and all those afternoons in the art room, Hcreatingf, Drama Guild 1. 2, 3, Denebola 1. 3, Regulus Literary Staff 3, Ictus 2, 3, Drama Festival Publicity Com- mittee 2. 3. ARTHUR DWIGHT MARTIN III 13 Bowdoin St. Dwight Brooklyn Friends Goodwin "Quotations are an act of hlial reverence on the part of the quofer" I leave to NSHS: Traveler's Aid Booths in the hall for lost students and an Austin Mini-Minor for Mr. Card. Spanish Club 3. STEPHEN MARTIN 42 Truman Rd. Flash Meadowbrook Goodwin "A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing." I'll never forget: Miss Forssberg's G Block class. Ur. yr.J I prophesy that: If soph. get any smaller, they will need wagons to carry their books. Math Club 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Regulus 3, Denebola 3, School Lion 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3. Officer Help! I woke up and they my bedroom! A05 RICHARD MAZOR 300 Woodcliif Road Rick Lewenberg Wheeler "There goes swiftyf' Illl never forget: The many times I saw Miss Creedon. Greatest Ambition: To become a lawyer. were doing the Monkey in A picture is worth a thousand words. JAMES G. MCAULIFFE 39 Ellis Street Jay Meadowbrook Goodwin "For ignorance is the impetus of all strife, while knowledge is the seed of tolerance." I'll never forget: Thursday G blocks in Mrs. Steinmetz room. I prophesy that: Students with A block studies will be allowed to come to school at 9:08 instead of 8:00. 1 'Us JANE ALICE MCCARTHY 91 Avalon Road Cutler "Oh Gunnar, give me a break." I'll never forget: The night of Au- gust 17, 1963 in Harvard Square. I leave to Newton South: Three Juniors to carry out the reputation of the Waban crowd. Music Club l. 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Leader Corps 2, 3g Ski Club 3: Sailing Club 2. PAUL McCOMISKEY 53 Neshobe Road Stretch, Hap Warren Goodwin "A person who stands for nothing, will fall for anything." I'll never forget: All the great kids I met at South. What would happen if: Swamp really was my sister? Basketball 1, 2, 3g Blue Squad 2, 3. JOHN EDMUNDS McCREADY 189 Lincoln Street Weeks Cutler "To do two things at once is to do neither." I'll never forget: C block Geogra- phy Class. What would happen if: The stu- dents ran the classes? Rifle Club 2, 3. BARBARA ANN MCGUIRE 152 Winchester Street Barb Weeks Wheeler "Life is very short and very uncer- taing let us spend z't as well as we can." I prophesy that: Some day Hadge won't be hungry and Ruth won't have to go. I am crazy about: Tommy and vanilla cokes. Rallyg G.A.A.: Senior Prom. BARBARA ANN MCGUIRE 55 Hale Street Barb Meadowbrook Cutler "Haec et olim meminesse juvabitf' I'll never forget: My 2:30 a.m. breakfast at the pancake house. What would happen if: The cou- ples of the Falls married? Drama Club. MICHAEL RAMSAY McCUTCHEON 16 Winnetaska ,Road Mike, Mac Weeks Goodwin "Do blondes really have more fun?" I'll never forget: Traffic patrol with Pete Coleron in my junior year. I am crazy about: Blondes, pro- football games, and B dragsters. 2' Z. yi? Q1 lf xg, g.. 'Q 'Qu ff? Gy Q QM? ff" JAIME MARMENTINI 7 Hemenway St. Chile Wheeler I'll never forget: Spanish Class. Spanish Club 2. 3: Soccer. ANNE THERESA MEDAGLIA 5 8 Selwyn Road Weeks Cutler "The little minutes, humble though they may be. make the mighty ages of eternity." I'll never forget: That Fitchburg game. G.A.A. 1. 2. 3: Leader Corps 1. 2: Latin Club 2. 3: Music Club l. 2. 3: Rally Committee 2. 3: Regulus Circulation 33 Ski Club 2. 3: Bowl- ing 1: Horsebackriding l: Tennis. JUDITH ANNE MELVIN 42 Newbury Street. Newton Ctre. Judy. Mel. Princess Weeks Goodwin "To get the full value of a joy, you must have someone to divide it with." I'll never forget: Dec. 12. head- bands. the games. and Sue. What would happen if: Bowdoin became. coed? Rally: Executive Board 2. 3. BARBARA ANNE MILLER 470 Quinobequin Road Barb. Barbie Warren Wheeler "Take care to get what you like or you will be forced to like what you get." I'll never forget: My hrst day at Tufts. Ski Club 1, 2, 3g Rally Committee 25 G.A.A. lg Field Hockey 1: Mu- sic Club 2. 3g Wheeler House Council 23 Homeroom Manager 3: Denebola Ad Staff 2. 3g Regulus Ad Staff 3g Mixed Chorus 1. GEOFFREY MILLER 211 Jackson Street Geoff Weeks Cutler "Self-trust is the hrs! secret of suc- cess." I'll never forget: D-block Physics. I leave to Newton South: The best years of my life. A.F.S. lg Music Club Ig Sopho- more Class Committeeg Junior Class Committee: Junior Prom Committeeg Varsity Tennis l, 2. 3: National Honor Society 2. 3: Math Club 31 Ski Club 3. i. V MM -. l Q , J I ,a 5 .. 0 Vi -1- sg in-.N s lu- It's monday morning A block study blues. DAVID MINDICK 34 Dudley Rd. Deca Meadowbrook Cutler "If you create something you must be something." I'll never forget: Junior year with J .W.B. What would happen if: There were no tennis courts? Tennis 1. 2, 33 Blue Sq. 2, 3. JUDITH MINDEL 222 Winslow Road, Waban Judi, Judes Mamaroneck Goodwin "Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul." I'll never forget: Mr. Comell's French stories. What would happen if: The li- brary was quiet during a study period? Music Clubg French Club. I JEANNE MITCHELL 303 Nahanton St., Newton Ctre. Meadowbrook Wheeler "A little bit of seriousness mixed with a dash of fun." A I leave to Newton South: The su- pervisor of attendance. I prophesy that: Newton South will soon have drive-in class rooms. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Music Club 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1. CAROLYN MIRKIN 68 Drumlin Road Meadowbrook Goodwin "I do not distinguish by the eye, but by the mind." I'll never forget: The summer of 163 as a camp counselor and H.A.W. Greatest Ambition: To become a nurse. Drama Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Goodwin House Council 1, 2, 33 Regulus 3. Not now-the referee is watching. SUSAN JEANNE MONTO 66 Halcyon Road Sue, Tony, Mont Weeks Cutler "A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere: Before him, I may think aloud." I'll never forget: Wisconsin and all the great times with Mel. What would happen if: I changed my name to Tonto and rode to school on a pinto instead of a bus? PHILIP MOORE 15 Oak Terrace Phil, Skillsaw Weeks Cutler "It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are." I am crazy about: 57 Mercs. What would happen if: I didnit bring any friends in my car to school each morning, especially D. M.? Key Club 13 Baseball 2. DIANA JEAN MORGAN 48 Amherst Rd. Warren Cutler "Tis education forms the common mind." I'l1 never forget: November 11, 1962. I leave to Newton South: Three juniors to carry out the reputation of the Waban crowd. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Rally Committee 2. 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 3. ERIC MORGENTHAL 21 High Rock Terrace Meadowbrook Wheeler "He is a leader of leaders." I'll never forget: That New Year's! Greatest Ambition: Win a Cor- vette and ride across the country to see and meet Americans. Associates Council President, member: Track Team 1, 2, 33 French Club lg National Honor Society 2, 33 Key Club 1, 2, 33 Finance Chairman of Tigerama. DAVID WALLACE MORK 1672 Beacon Street Dave, Brillo, Froi 313 Weeks Goodwin "Youth is glorious, but it isn't a career." I leave to Newton South: My Italian boots and skin-tight pants. I prophesy that: The Frois will some day run Newton South Band 1, 23 Wrestling 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 Ski Club. 'tw-e 32. ' f I PE 1 I 1 K ,QW ,R C j ' X s'?"i s.,h , -veil o-l 'le JANE SHELLEY MORRIS 51 Brush Hill Rd. Princess Meadowbrook Wheeler "Good health and good sense are among the worlds greatest bless- ings." I'll never forget: The teachers of Newton South High School. I am crazy about: Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Bowling. Art Club 1: Chess Club 1, 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Fencing 1: Golf Team 2: Tennis 1: Archery 1. ANN MARIE MORRISON 4 Saco St., Newton Upper Falls Meadowbrook Cutler "I like the dreams of the future, better than tlze history of the past." I'l1 never forget: U. S. History, summer of '63. I'm crazy about: Weekends and vacations. Rally Committee 3: Varsity Bas- ketball 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Junior Prom Decorations. MARY MORTON 60 Dickerman Road Weeks Wheeler "Confession of our faults is the next thing to innocence." I'll never forget: My first day at Newton South. What would happen if: Carol said "No, you can't put your coat in my locker." G.A.A. 1. SANDRA MORTON 135 Upland Ave., Newton Hlds. Sandy Meadowbrook Wheeler St. John said: 'fFor God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son." I'll never forget: A-block U. S. History class with Mr. Smith. I leave to Newton South: All the typing erasers that I have lost. ROBERT A. MOSES Bob Weeks Wheeler "Don't worry morn, l'll pass some- how" I leave to Newton South: The book Well Naturally by Mr. Ver- dun. Greatest Ambition: A lifetime subscription to Denebola. Music Club l, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir I, 2: Musical 2: J. V. Bas- ketball. JAMES S. MURDOCK 115 Parker Street Jim, Jamie, Pillow, Bean Weeks Goodwin "A stone, a leaf, an unfound door." I'll never forget: B.P.F. and S.W I leave to Newton South: My in- sanity. Tennis 1, 2, 3: Tigerama 1, 2: Ski Club 1, 2: Chess Club 2: Blue Squad 1, 2. 1? G I vant to bee alonehl 443' IRENE THERESE MURPHY 16 Abbott Street Murph Meadowbrook Goodwin "Life is the art of drawing without an eraser." I'll never forget: U. S. History, Barb's parties, Feb. 2, 1962. I am crazy about: Joe, weekends and vacations. 1 All right . . . Where's my barrel? A SUSAN G. NATHANSON 24 Jane Road Sue Meadowbrook Wheeler "Religion has done love a great service by making it a sin." I'll never forget: Seeing silver trailers. What would happen if: Adelle ever wore the sign from Brighams? Cheerleader 33 G.A.A. 1, 2. 1 ARTHUR NAHABEDIAN 1623 Centre St., Newton Hlds. Turk, Truck, Naha Weeks Cutler J' ist that is not in the man." I prophesy that: The Armenians will rise up and conquer the Turks. What would happen if: Sullivan had to walk the Highland streets at night? "Nothing can come out 0 the art- JUDITH ELLEN NEITLICH 59 Marcellus Drive Judi Meadowbrook Cutler "There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us." I'll never forget: "I wonder what it looks like to see a heart broken in two, Art?" What would happen if: Everything didn't strike us funny, Carol? Girls Chorus 1, 33 G.A.A. 3. X JUDITH NELSON 23 Selwyn Road Judy Meadowbrook Goodwin "Women's faults are many. Men have only two: everything they say and everything they do." I'll never forget: The night I sat next to Helen in the movies, emptying ashtrays on Friday and Saturday nites. I leave to NSHS: Carol's health, Linda's nose and Donna's sweet smile. NADINE NELSON 29 Kendall Road Meadowbrook Wheeler "The art of pleasing consists in being pleased." I'll never forget: A certain B.U. mixer. French Club 2, 33 Music Club 2, 3g Drama Guild 33 Volleyball Team 2, 3g American Field Service 23 Denebola Ad. Staff 13 Intramural Basketball. itgiv frtx ' ' ai- ' PATRICIA NESSON 60 Halcyon Road Patty, Trish Weeks Goodwin "I shall pass this way but onceg any good thing, therefore, that I can do, let me do it now." I'll never forget: That night Sad and I hiked around Newton, my sojourn at the Cape. What would happen if: The six "beauts" had met us at the pass that night? ELLEN ANNE NOLLMAN 60 Athelstand Rd. t.L,, Meadowbrook Cutler "Osiete Kudasaif' I prophesy that: E. H. will go to the Senior Prom with Romeo. What would happen if: Someone else at Newton South spoke Japan- ese besides me? AFS 13 Drama Guild 1, 2, 33 Rally Com. 2, 3g French Club 33 French Honor Soc. 2, 3g Regulus 1. T. k 5 . x .fi 2 '-R Q 4 X:" 45 BRUCE MORRIS NOVAK 823 Chestnut St., Waban "A tall star gazerf' I'll never forget: Mrs. Steinmetz. Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3. DONNA NYE 35 Caldon Path, Newton Ctre. Meadowbrook Cutler "Tomorrow holds no fear for me, since I have found today." I'll never forget: The G.A.A. ban- quet when I blew the bosun's whistle. What would happen if: I left a towel in my gym locker? G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2: Sail- ing Club 1: Homeroom Manager 2, 3: Regulus Sports Staff 3: Soft- ball Chairman 3. RICHARD H. OCHS 62 Hinckley Rd. Dick Weeks Wheeler "The more I see of girls, the belter I like dogs." I am crazy about: A. F. What would happen if: Miss Scherban ran out of stories about her mother? Blue Squad 3: Golf 3. BARBARA OPPENHEIM 294 Greenwood St. B.O., Bops, Barbs Meadowbrook Goodwin "Tempus fugit et Aardvaki ambu- lant." What would happen if: The Rock became a fire hazard? I am crazy about: Chocolate chips, knobby knees, fascinating phynques and Ferdinand, the Bull. Sec. of Class 1, 2, 3: AFS 1, 2, Co- chairman 3: P.B. and I. Soc.: Nat'l Honor Society 2. 3. RICHARD OSENTON 167 Waban Avenue Dick Weeks Cutler "We can make our life sublime. And departing leave behind us foolsreps in the .sands of time." I'll never forget: 2 o'clock meeting at Sherbon, and Math. What would happen if: Billy Jimmy and I had a panel discus- sion? Art minor lg Ski Club l, 2, 3. Excuse me, do you have any peanut butter in your purse? Z MARCIA ANNE OWENS 46 Waban Ave. Marsh. Swamp Warren Goodwin "A silent look often says more than a loud voice." I leave to Newton South: My locker with someone else's lock on it. Fondest Memory: Sophomore French class with K'Bruthie" and "Friz." Music Club 1: Girls Chorus 1: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Lost Battalion 2, 3. CHARLES F. OTERI 38 Maplewood Ave. Chico Weeks Goodwin "Live undauntedf' I'll never forget: Block study in my Sophomore year. I leave to Newton South: More teachers like Mr. Petrillo. Blue Squad 2, 3: Diving Club 2: Regulus Staff: Senior Supper Com- mittee. 1 JQ.. ' J JONATHAN TYLER PARKHURST 64 Parker Street Jo-jo Weeks Wheeler "Live while you live, and then die and be done with it." I'll never forget: The weekends, and Newton Market. I prophesy that: Gypsy will go far. Indoor and Outdoor Track 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 33 .Spring Musical 23 Blue Squad 3g Wheeler House Council 3. BRUCE M. PARIS 266 Spiers Road Buddy Meadowbrook Goodwin "Not that you won or lost-but how you play the game." I prophesy that: Someday kids will be able to pass to class without being late. What would happen if: Newton South won the Tech. Tourney? Blue Squad 2, 33 Homeroom Man- agerg Intramural Basketball l, 2. 33 Varsity Basketball l. 2. 3. I'm getting nauseous. 1 QL n A - .QQ ,ivffklf vp ov--I Q29' is lwl"""' F M-ww at M ...... 1 l V Hlggggiia 1689 -'sw-at KATHLEEN PATE 19 Pennsylvania Ave. Kathy Meadowbrook Cutler "A smile is like a ray of sunshine." I leave to Newton South: An ele- vator operator. Greatest Ambition: Too git a "Aw inn english. GAIL PATTERSON 96 Waban Ave. Weeks Goodwin "Don't ask me how long I studied last night, I'm going to flunk any- way." I prophesy that: In a few years the whole school will be getting out at 10 A.M. Advice to Sophs, and Jrs.: Wait- it gets better! Music Club 23 A cappella Choir 1, 23 Concert Choir 33 Mikado 1. SHARON PAUL 31 Oakmont Rd. Newton Wheeler "The beauty and mystery of life." A.F.S.3 Folk Singing Clubg Newton Philosophy Club. ROBERT STEPHEN PERLMAN 53 Brandeis Road Bob Meadowbrook Cutler "Don't put of for tomorrow that which can be done today." What would happen if: Someone in Mr. Geist's English class ac- tually did end up in Flat Rock Jr. College in Montana? Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Bas- ketball 1, 2. 33 Blue Squad 3g Denebola Advertising and Circula- tion 3. LEONARD PERLOFF 745 Boylston St. Cutler "Money is the root of all evil,' evil .spelled backwards is live!" Reflections 33 Denebola 2. fi 'Q 'N .1 l i , lv-g,r"15' il dit' ifvt .. 1 , wr --up J' ENID PERRY 25 Kodaya Road Weeks Cutler "What ever kind of word tlzou speakest the like shalt tlzou hear." I'll never forget: The Junior Prom with R. K. L. I leave to Newton South: A "Winder" for Mr. Sutherlund. Denebola 3g Regulus 33 French Club 1, 23 G.A.A. 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Junior Prom Committee 2. FREDERIC PHILLIPS 735 Sawmill Brook Pkwy. Rick Meadowbrook Wheeler "Speech is a mirror of tlze soul: as a lnan speaks so is he." I'll never forget: All those deten- tions in 5210. What would happen if: There really were senior privileges? Track 1. 2. 33 Homeroom Manager 2. 33 Rifle Club 2g Blue Squad 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Wheeler Houe Coun- cil3 Varsity Club 3. JEFFREY MARK POLINS 109 Woodcliff Rd. Jeff, J .P. Meadowbrook Wheeler "Nothing so hard, but searclz will find it out." I'll never forget: The "ptoos', and jiffy pop in J.W.B.'s class. I am crazy about: Those sweet looking and "sweet acting" sopho- more girls. Wheeler House Council 13 Senior Class Comm. 33 Regulus Staff 33 Constitution Comm. 1. BARRY POLISHER 15 Glazer Rd. Weeks Cutler "The best ideas are common prop- erty." I'll never forget: Mr. Sutherland's 8,061 rules. Greatest Ambition: To meet Mr. Carasis Aunt Mary. Blue Squad 33 Intramural Basket- ball 3. GERALD ELIOT PORGES 22 Woodward Street Gerry Weeks Goodwin "Happiness is wine of the rarest vintage." I leave to Newton South: My record "Hanging Five." Greatest Ambition: To own a new Corvette stingray. Music Club I3 Band 13 Orchestra I. NANCY POSTAR 554 Parker St. Meadowbrook Wheeler "A friend is never known until a man has need." I'll never forget: J. Peg, the thumb, the big 3. I am crazy about: Gray pants, ag- grevation afternoon, mailmen. Wheeler House Council 23 Soph. Class Committee 13 G.A.A. 2, 3g Rally Committee 33 Ad Staff Regu- lus 33 Music Club 2, 33 Ski Club 2' Fencing Club 2. 3 The roses that bloom in the spring-tra-la. DANIEL R. POUTAS 52 Chandler Place Tex Meadowbrook Goodwin "Victory goes to the niost persever- ing." I'm crazy about: Mr. Lambert's boat. Advice' to Sophs. and Jrs.: Burn the seven man sled. Football 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Blue Squad 3. ANNE STUART POWELL 50 Hinkley Rd. Weeks Goodwin UREl7IC'lHbC'I'C'C1, joys are never past." I'll never forget: Green lights, football games, weekends at Po- casset. "Gosh what a fabulous guy," G2 and D block classes, Jr. year. Greatest Ambition: To wear a size four shoe. Tennis 1. 2, 35 Ski Club lg Rally Committee 3. 1 GERALD ROBERT PRECIOUS 15 Shawmut Park Falcon, Bona, Clem Weeks Wheeler "A good mind possesses a king- dom." I'11 never forget: Sophmore Eng- lish with Mrs. Bertman. I prophesy that: J. I. will someday become R. P.'s wife. Blue Squad 2: Baseball 3g Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Key Club 1. R git!!! RACHEL AMY RADLO 8 Nod Hill Road --f---'-Hsin e Ricki ' Meadowbrook Cutler "Luxurious, lobster nights farewell, for sober, sludious days." Music Club 1, 2, 3: International Club 2, 3g Girls Tennis Team 1, 2, 3g Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Debating Team 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1.2, 3g Regulus Literary Staff 3. l DANA RAFUSE 41 Chase St.. Newton Ctre. Red Weeks Wheeler "He wins muelz tlzat wanfs little." I prophesy that: Mr. Lambert will never grow any taller. Greatest Ambition: getting out of here. Stage Club lg Rifle Club 2. 3: Golf Team 2, 3g Volleyball 1, 23 Arch- ery 1, 2, 3. NANCY-BETH RATZKOFF 20 Andrew St. Nancy Meadowbrook Goodwin "I've lived not in myself, for I have become portion of all that around nie!" I'1l never forget: when I first came to Newton South and was sold an elevator ticket by a senior. Debating Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 1, 23 A.F.S. 1: French it Club 1. SUSAN REICHENBACH , 144 Fuller Street ? Sue. Susie Weeks Cutler I am crazy about: the sea view in Tramore. Denebola Features Ed. 2, 3: Regu- lus Lit. Staff 33 Music Club 23 In- ternational Club 1, 33 National Honor Soc.: Latin Club 1. 3: French Club 1. 33 Delegate to E.C.M.U.N.C. MARILYN RICHMOND 32 Littlefield Rd. Mar Meadowbrook Cutler "He who talks muclz is sometimes right." I'll never forget: New Year's Eve and my summer of "63." What would happen if: Nancy's phone was out of order one night? G.A.A. 1, 3: French Club 13 Drama Guild 2g Rally Committee 3g Ski Club 2, 3: Tigerama 3. -I , Us 'Q l ffl- 9 1' 1 i IQ if A x. s K" V. ERNEST RICHSTEIN 170 Truman Road Ernie Meadowbrook Cutler "The man who makes the experi- ment deservedly claims the hon- or." I prophesy that: The Dodgers will beat the Yankees in the World Se- ries. What would happen if: I beat Erwin Liverman in pool. RICHARD KALVIN RIEMER 34 Moreland Ave. Dick Weeks Wheeler "Wise is the man who keeps his mouth shut." Illl never forget: Mr. Seasholes, junior year. Greatest Ambition: To have made a Mr. Mattson tennis team. Tennis Team 1, 23 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Drama Club lg Debating Club 1, 3. CATHERINE MARIE RIU 89 Larchmont Ave. Cathy Weeks Goodwin "Yes I'm French. What do you want me to say?', I am crazy about: A certain Beaver. A.F.S. 1g French Club lg Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Class Committee Alt. 1, 2, 33 Drama 1, Junior Prom Commit- teeg Pep Squad 3. CARLOS MANUEL ROBERTS 1 14 Thurston Rd. Portugal Wheeler "Not in the clamor of the crowded street, not in the shouts and plaudits of the throng, but in our- selves, are triumph and defeat." I'll never forget: That once I was born. What would happen if: I was never born? Spring Musical 2, Spanish Club 2, 33 Homeroom Manager 3. ROCHELLE ROBERTS 72 Esty Farm Rd. Rocky Weeks Wheeler "1 know I am but summer to your heart, and not the full four seasons of the year." I'll never forget: The last three days of the summer. I am crazy about: Barry and Doovey. Ski Club 1, 2g Rally Committee, Library Assistant. ALEXANDRA ROBINSON 50 Wheeler Rd. Alex Meadowbrook Cutler "It's the little things that count." I'm crazy about: Barbara's toll house cookies batter, and Paul Taylor. Modern Dance Club, 1, 2, 3, Chairman 2, 3g Leader Corps 1, 2g A.F.S. 3. RALPH ROBINSON 41 Truman Rd. Ralph Meadowbrook Cutler "Prosperity makes friends, adver- sity tries them." I leave to Newton South: Nothing which it can have. What would happen if: I stayed the way I am now. It's amazing what a little make-up can do. J I said get out of here with your "dumme Kamera"! GEORGE RODMAN 232 Brookline Street Dead Rod Meadowbrook Goodwin "He winneth who laughethf' I'll never forget: Detention the day after school closed. I leave to Newton South: My knack for always getting caught when I cut classes. Reg. Ad. Staff 3g Blue Squad 3g Intramurals 3, Track 3g Tennis 3g Denebola Ad. Staff 3. 1 X ELLEN J. ROSEN 263 Arnold Road El Meadowbrook Goodwin "My mind is my own." Illl never forget: Mr. Avritch's teachings. I am crazy about B.D. 8L S.C. SIDNEY ROSEN 30 Timson Path Sid Meadowbrook Cutler "Man's career? Self improvement." I'll never forget: Those rides to school with Eddie. Junior Class Committeeg Key Club 1, 2, 33 Blue Squad 3g Junior Prom Committee 2g Math Club 3g Intra- murals 2, 3g Track 2, 3. JO-ANNE ROSENBERG 1800 Beacon St. Jody Warren Wheeler "Mine is the beaten path whose dust is sediment of sun, heat and human hope." I'll never forget: The summer of my Sophomore year. Soph. Class Committee, Regulus 35 French Club lg Wheeler House Council 2g Pep Squad 33. Music Club lg Sailing Club 1. STEPHEN ROSENBERG 70 Great Meadow Rd., Newton Weez Meadowbrook Wheeler "No man is happy who doesn't think himself so." What would happen if: The Frois were officers of the school. I'1l never forget: Gypsy. Tennis lg Blue Squad 3g Spanish Club 3. GERALD ROSENBURG 45 McCarthy Rd. Jerry Meadowbrook Goodwin "Late to bed 62 early to rise don't make for a good student." What would happen if: Mr. Cor- nell wore a plain suit and tie? Band 1, 2g Blue Squad 3. DONALD JAMES ROSENTHAL 32 Gate House Road Don Cambridge Academy Cutler "The most manifest sign of wis- dom is a continual cheerfulnessf' Greatest Ambition: To become a credit to my society. Homeroom Manager lg Ski Club 1, 2, 3g Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3g Wrestling 2g Drama Club lg Golf Team 33 Indoor Track 3g Intramu- ral Basketball 1, 2g Blue Squad 2, 3. '23 .il feftW pin sf? MARC ROSENTHAL 76 Miller Rd. Weeks Goodwin "Even tlze darkest hour is only sixty minutes long." I leave NSHS: One year's worth of Newton Plan Lecture notes. I prophesy: That the IBM machine will never stop making mistakes. Fencing Club 2, Blue Squad 3. MARK ROSENTHAL 85 Brookline St. Meadowbrook Cutler "There is no great genius without a mixture of madness." What would happen if: Mr. Sutherland corrected a test on time? Treasurer of Cutler House lg Vice- President of Cutler House 23 Pres- ident of Cutler House 3g Associate Council Rep. 2, 3, Rep. To the Eastern Mass. Div. Of Associate Councils 2. LESLIE KAREN ROSOFF 20 Shady Hill Road Meadowbrook Wheeler "Climb every mountain . . " I'll never forget: Backstage esca- pades of the "Boyfriend," and wishing the library were some- where else. Soph. Class Committeeg Jr. Class Committeeg Leader Corps 1, 2, 3g Regulus Art and Layout 33 French National Honor Society 2, 3g P.B.8cI. Society. MARC ROSS 27 Bow Road Mike "The purpose of living is to be happy." I leave to Newton South: A trafic light between building 2 and build- ing 7. Greatest Ambition: To collect a million dollars for a great invent- ion. Tennis 33 Senior Supper Comm.g Skindiving Club 23 Ski Club 3, Sailing Club 2, 3g Bowling 3. STEPHEN J. ROSS 126 Parker St. Scoop Sacred Heart Goodwin "In all abundance there is lack." I prophesy that: Some day, I will go to college. Advice to Sophs, and Jrs.: Don't get caught. Basketball 2, 3. 'T i 1 A little longer, please. My ankles are showing. MARTIN JAY ROTBERG 22 Fredette Rd. Marty Meadowbrook Wheeler "If only one could have two livesg the first in which to make mis- takes, and the second in which to profit by them." I'll never forget: The door between 6207 and 6205. Soph. Class Committeeg Denebola lg Wheeler House Council 23 In- tramural Basketball 2, 3g Concert Band l, 2, 3. SUSAN ROSS 126 Parker St. Sue Sacred Heart Cutler "Unless we hasten, we shall b behind." Greatest Ambition: To travel Favorite pastime: Skating. Folksinging 3g G.A.A. 2, 3. 'ZT- PHYLLIS E. RUDY 111 Elgin St. Pitzel, Mouse, Bobby Weeks Wheeler , "The time to be happy is today." I am crazy about: Prep School Boys. What would happen if: Mr. Smith lost his gavel? G.A.A. 1g Junior Prom Committee 2g Rally Committee 2. BARBARA RUBIN 34 Peregrine Road Barbi Meadowbrook Wheeler "Think before you speak, Talk is cheap but you can never buy it back." What would happen if: Mr. Cor- nell wore conservative clothes? Junior Prom Committeeg Library Club 2, Sailing Club 1. Can't stop now, gutta deliva Maggie Ruttlidge Frozen Pies. M 'g ..5,:,.r.,K , 2-Q 1 2. -lg., I-1 V :.. -,f an I. ,V I. my A . H . .. , ff . ' is if V' My .4 by iv, . , 4-2' if N ww 'ff ff uf. 'Vw .Qi L , H5561 .qv .. V ' 1 77 CAROLYN SADOW 15 Sharpe Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "Of all the means to insure happi- ness . . . the most important is the acquisition of friends." I leave to NSHS: Another Sadow, my brother. Advice to Sophs. 84 Jrs.: Keep the wood burning. G.A.A. lg Fencing 23 Math Lab. Assistant 2g Math Club 3. CAROL SAHAGIAN 1334 Walnut St. Meadowbrook Goodwin "Chalk it up as experience and re- member the "nose knows"." I'll never forget: The "dido kid" and Mr. Frank's Bobsey Twins. Rally Committee 3g Soph. Class Committeeg Denebola Art Staff 3, Denebola Circulationg Art Staff Regulus 3g Homeroom Manager 3g G.A.A. 1, 3g Ski Club 1, 2, 3g Art Club 2g School Store. DAVID SALEMME 301 Country Club Road Dave Meadowbrook Goodwin "It seems a shame, when so many things we'd like to do are sinful, that it should also be wrong to do nothing." I prophesy that: Mr. Card has many more fun filled years ahead of him as Housemaster of Good- win House. Denebola Staffg Blue Squadg Key Club 1, 2g Wrestling 1, 2, 3. LORRAINE CAROL SALTZ 15 Palmer Road Weeks Laurie Cutler "What is the worth of anything, but for the happiness it will bring?" I'll never forget: My Junior year and all the good friends I made. G.A.A. 1, 3g Music Club 1, 2, 33 Drama Guild 3g A.F.S. 2, 3g Ski Club 3. SUZANNE SANDERSON 38 Devhenda Rd. Sue Warren Wheeler 'Thoughtfulness will get you somewhere." I'll never forget: The crowded cor- ridors. I leave to NSHS: All the teachers of the past three years. Music Club 2, 3g A.F.S. 2, 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. '-. .ff 1 3.1 i fi " 5. is af Q I 'a 1. Y 1 i """7' Si! LINDA SANDLER 54 Selwyn Rd. Lindy, Leonardo Meadowbrook Wheeler "Few doors to success are marked "pull",' most are marked "push"." I prophesy: That Angels. kittens. and babies will always have one thing in common. Music Club 1, 2, 33 Future Teach- ers 33 G.A.A. 1. 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Girls Chorus 1. 23 Ski Club 2, 33 Pep Squad 3. BARBARA SANWALD 99 High Street Barbie. Louie Weeks Goodwin "Talk is cheap, but you can't buy it back." Greatest Ambition: To get a W.I.F.E. degree to G.H.G. Goodwin House Council Alt. 3. JUDITH CLAIR SCHACHTER 3 Olde Field Rd. Judy Meadowbrook Cutler "Some people are like buttons- they're always popping of at the wrong time." What would happen if: Friendly's and China Sails went out of busi- ness'?'??-We'd starve! MARJORIE SHECTER 92 Dorcar Road Margie Meadowbrook Cutler "Women's faults are many, Men have only two: everything they say and everything they do."' Greatest Ambition: To lose weight by eating. Leader Corp. 13 Ski Club 1. 2. 33 Denebola Sales 1. 2, 33 Pep Squad 33 G.A.A. 1. 2. 33 Home Room Manager l, 2. 33 Music Club l, 23 After school tennis 3. MARK LEWIS SCHEIER 17 Jane Road The Green Gigolo Meadowbrook Cutler "A friend is never known until a man has need." I'll never forget: That wild Dene- bola trip to N. Y. What would happen if: Someone spelled my name right? Vice-Pres. of Assoc. Council 33 Chairman of Civics Commission: Denebola l, 23 Sports Editor 33 Quill 8a Scroll 2, 33 Chess Club 2. 3. ARNOLD M. SCHNEIDER 33 Longfellow Road Arnie Warren Goodwin "No sooner said than done-so acts a man of worth." I'll never forget: Friday afternoons at the fights, with Mr. Mattson. I'm crazy about: Corvettes and M.G.'s. Intramurals l. 23 Traffic Control 23 Wrestling 2, 3. JEFFERY H. SCHNEIDER . 28 Mignon Road Jeff Weeks Cutler "The time to be lzappy is today." I leave to Newton South: My voice. I'm crazy about: Sherborn beach at 3 o'clock. Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Blue Squad 33 Indoor Track 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3g Intramural Basketball 2g Varsity Club. Hold it fellas-there's a piece of glass in my shoe. ,f-w X r Q . x I rv -st we We love you Conrad, oh yes we do . . . NEAL JOEL SCHNEIDER 40 Chinian Path Meadowbrook Wheeler "Procrastination is the art of keep- ing up with yesterday." I leave to Newton South: Mr. Altree's crumpled tissue paper notes. J.V. Baseball 1, 23 Varsity Baseball 33 Varsity Club 3g Indoor Track 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. SUSAN DONNA SCHWARTZ 100 Shady Hill Road Schwartzie Hachett Cutler "Society is one polished horde, formed by two mighty tribes: the Bores and the bored." I'll never forget: Chrismas vaca- tion of '62. I leave to coming sophomores: A charted map of Newton South. G.A.A.3 Junior Prom Committeeg Spanish Club 23 Volleyball 23 Fencing 1. SANNIE JEAN SCHWEIGER 1057 Walnut St. George Weeks Cutler "Boys are like trolley cars: one comes by every I5 minutes." I leave to NSHS: Leonard Hills, and my sister. I'm crazy about: C.E.M. and stuffed animals. Girls Chorus 1. DIANE LESLIE SEDER 19 Irvington St. Dede Weeks Goodwin "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is be- cause lie hears a different drum- mer." I'll never forget: The time in our lives Liz and I did most of our growing up. Drama Club 13 A.F.S. 2, 3g Music Club 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 23 Spanish Club 33 Sailing Club 23 Rally Committee 3. WILLIAM T. SEIDENBERG 12 Acacia Ave. Bill, Seidy Weeks Goodwin "As frosting is to cake, so humor is to man." I'll never forget: The basketball game at Wrentham. Basketball 1, 2, 3g Blue Squad 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Spanish Club 33 In- tramurals 1, 2, 3. ELAINE SHAINKER 187 Woodcliff Road Meadowbrook Goodwin "Procrastination is the thief of time." I leave to Newton South: One spe- cial note followed by six very spe- cial hours. I prophesy that: The smiling teach- ers will always keep smiling. A.F.S. 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 23 Drama Guild 2, 3g Civics Commission 2, 3g Rally Committee 2, 33 Regulus Advertising Staff 2, 3. MADELINE SHAMES 5 Malubar Lane Maddi Weeks Wheeler "Nothing can bring you peace but yourself." Illl never forget: The thunder and lightning. What would happen if: Mr. Cor- nell dressed conservatively? Music Club 1, 2, 33 A.F.S. 1, 2, 3g Girls Chorus lg A capella Choir 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Outing Club 13 Denebola Reporter 2. Q 4 r RUN Tl? 'U' J V CAROLYN J. SHAPIRO 132 Brookline Street Cookie Meadowbrook Wheeler I leave to Newton South High: My gullibility. Denebola Ad Staffg G.A.A. 1, 35 Fencing 1. LORAINE SEIDLER 40 Marvin Lane Laurie Meadowbrook Wheeler "He that plants thorns should never expect to gather roses." I'll never forget: Richie, W.L.- G.C., the dances, the crew with Suzan, Jane, Linda, and Judy, dou- bling with Bonnie and Jeff, poems with Jan and my twin Sharon. What would happen if: Boyfriends suifocated in closets? STEPHEN MICHAEL SHAPIRO 77 Redwood Road Steve Meadowbrook Goodwin "Whatever you lose, you should reckon of no account." I leave to Newton South: What it left me. I am crazy about: Those Saturday nights and Sunday mornings. Spanish Club l, 2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3g Homeroom Manager lg Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. JANE SHARFF 120 Oxford Rd. Janey Weeks Cutler "Life is not life at all without de- light." I'll never forget: Mr. Tomkins' world history class, and July 21, 1963. What would happen if: Mr. Smith lost his gavel? French Club 33 Future Teachers Club 3g Shaker Girls 3. PAMELA JOY SHAW 44 Gould Rd., Waban Pam Weeks Goodwin ". . . And all the woods echoed H I leave to Newton South: People running unopposed for school offi- ces. Assoc. Coun. Sec. 3 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Prog. Chairman 3, Goodwin House Coun. 23 Sen. Class Comm. 3g Reg. Rep. 2, Ten- nis l, 2, 3g Rally Comm. 1, 33 Sail- ing Club lg Jr. Prom Comm. -f . 5 fa K6 , 2 8 . ,, ,. ,f H 51 'm Y " ' O.K. Who's playing on key? 1 CYNTHIA SHERMAN 135 Spiers Road Cindy Meadowbrook Goodwin "Variety is the spice of life" I'm crazy about: A certain some- one. Greatest Ambition: To receive my M.R.S. degree. Fencing 2g Archery lg Ski Club l. SANDRA YVONNE SHAW 10 Stiles Terr. Sandy Weeks Wheeler "Be true to your own highest con- victionsf' I'll never forget: The summers at Pioneer. French Club 2, 33 Math Club 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, Math Team 1, 2, 3g National Honor Society 2, 35 Wheeler House Council 2. 'A W1 'O ci LYNDA GAYLE SHERMAN 71 Stearns Street Meadowbrook Wheeler "Always take the ladder of success instead of the elevator." I'll never forget: Meeting Richie in front of the locker and March 10th at Barbarais house. Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Leader Corps 23 Music Club 2, 33 A.F.S. 1, 2g Drama Club 13 Decoration Com- mittee for Jr. Promg Rally Com- mittee 2, 3. If you kick me once more . . . LEE KATHY SHERMAN 130 Nehoiden Rd. Lyenochka Weeks Cutler "Two roads diverged in a woody I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference." I'll never forget: How often I was late for the first time last year. Red Cross 13 A,F.S. 1, 2, 33 Regu- lus Literary Editor 33 Russian Club 1, 2, 33 Reflections 2, 3. ZELDA SHLEPPERFINK 294 Polluted Pond Place Ig iv -A Oak Hill Shleppsie, Herman Levenworth Toll House "Do I or don't I . . . guess I don't" I'm crazy about: Petunias, raw and cooked. Future Teachers Club 1. 2, 33 P.B. and J. Society 3: Senior Rock Sweeping 33 Lady's Wrestling 1, 2, Chairman 3. LL ' -1 fl is., X J ENID SHULMAN 31 Marcellus Drive Meadowbrook Cutler "We are in a world where nothing is had for nothing." What would happen if: A. and B. really thought the rings were real? I'll never forget: "'Pick. pick, pick3 lite me a cig.. will ya?" Cutler House Council 1. 2. 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Associates Council 3. LINDA BETH SHUMAN 37 Audubon Drive Lyn Meadowbrook Goodwin "Life can hold no greater treasure than the friends whose love we share." I'll never forget: Iota: Miss Do- haniang last period studies3 The "Boyfriend" G.A.A. 1. 23 Leader Corps 1. 23 French Club 2, 33 Tigerama 2, 33 Blue Squad Guide 2, 33 A.F.S. 2, 33 Regulus Ad Staff 33 I.V. Basket- ball 1. BARBARA JANE SIEGEL 112 Oacdale Road Barb Meadowbrook Wheeler "Nothing is achieved before it he thoroughly attempted." I'll never forget: "rock on left. rock on right, rock on both sides." Leader Corps 1, 2: Wheeler House Council 1, 2, 33 Home Room Manager 1: A.F.S. 1, 23 Music Club 2, 33 G.A.A. 1. 21 Regulas Data Staff 2, 33 French Club 2. 33 Ski Club 2. 33 Rally Committee 3. E, 'GHC .wx ,:-.T.- - ,fn e t ' 3..- EM . ir, r- -L FDR NORMAN SIEGAL BARBARA SLADE 27 Selwyn Rd.. Newton Hlds. 1 Wheeler Rd. The Diamond Lewenberg Cutler Meadowbrook Cutler To loie 1s not to lzie for ones 'The next day is never so good as self: let us lzelp one another." the day before." I leave to Newton South: All my I am crazy about: Opera. gum wrappers. What would happen if: The Orioles Spanish Club 2: Music Club 2. won the pennant? Chess Club 1. 2. 3. SHERRY SIEGEL 155 Cynthia Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "It is a very hard undertaking to seek to please everytlzingf' I'll never forget: "Pick pick pick: light me a cig. will ya?" What would happen if: A fi B really thought the rings were real? Rally Comm. 3: Music Club 2: Drama Guild l. 2: Music Club 2: Yearbook Ad Staff 3. BARBARA SILVERSTEIN 40 Westgate Road Meadowbrook Goodwin "Well, that's life-win a few, lose a fewfn What would happen if: I stopped having parties. I'm crazy about: Blonde wigs. Drama Guild 1: A.F.S. lg Art Club. Vice President 2. 33 Junior Class Committeeg Music Club 2. 3: Regulus Art Staff 3: Ski Club 3: School Store 3. ZINTIS JOHN SKAPARS 1161 Boylston St.. Newton John Weeks Goodwin Hlrzdustry is the soul of business." I'll never forget: Mr. Card. I leave to Newton South: Newton South. Greatest Ambition: To make a million before I'm thirty. 3. I'1l trade you my fan for your book. for ADELE ELAINE SMITH 50 Hyde St.. Newton Hlds. Weeks Goodwin "Be an opener of doors for such as come after thee, and do not make of the universe a blind alley." I'll never forget: The wonderful teachers. especially Mrs. Bertman. Leader Corps 2g G.A.A. 2: Music Club 2: French Club 23 Ictus 2: A.F.S. 3: Field Hockey lg Appara- tus l. 2: Basketball 2. ., H. ...,.,.,, is .T I I I I I I R iq' , 1. K 4 '11 .,,, ,. 2 -.3 W---ms.. ,1 As., " 4? 1 at Mrs. Walker, this line, outstanding boy would like to apologize for skipping class. BARBARA SMITH 25 Bradforel Rd., Newton Hlds. Weeks Wheeler "The only way to have a friend is to be one." I'll never forget: The summer of 633 sessionsg bike riding, "Happy Birthday." I am crazy about-Pokey-dots, guitarsg Lovell, "awful-awfuls" Music Club 2, 3, Pep Squad 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3g Rally Comm. 1, 2, 3g Pep Squad 3. 'it MARGARET SMITH 51 Waldorf Road Margie Weeks Cutler "The most manifest sign of wis- dom is a continual cheerfulnessf' I'll never forget: Summer of '63, August 27, Thanksgiving Day game '62. I leave to Newton South: J.L.F.C. G.A.A., Ski Club 2, 3. ROBERT SMITH 100 Erie Ave., Newton Hlds. "Org" Bob Bellevue, N, Y. Cutler "No man is well organized that is deficient of humor." I prophesy that: Mr. Goldman will replace Sid Borgia as referee in the N.B.A. Drama Club lg A.F.S. lg Intramu- ral Basketball 2g Baseball 13 Senior Class Committee. CHERYL LESLEY SNEIDER 89 Upland Ave. Cheri Meadowbrook Cutler "Early to bed and early to rise." I prophesy that: Someday the stu- dents will bring the football field onto Mr. Bronson's highway. Den. Ad. Staff lg Leader Corps lg A.F.S. 1, 3g Cutler House Coun. lg Music Club 2, 33 Jr. Class Comm. 2, Home Room Man. 2, 3, Reg. Ad'StaiT. JILL SNYDER 181 Florence St. Jillsy Meadowbrook Cutler "Familiarity breeds contempt." I'll never forget: The summer of my Senior year, April 27, 1962, on top of the Bagel with Sharon 8a most of all Chuck. KAREN JOY SNYDER 90 Larchmont Ave.. Waban "K" "Snides" Weeks Goodwin "It is well to moor your bark with two anchors." I leave to NSHS: A pair of culot- tes for Miss Ashley. I am crazy about: A certain Dutchman. Homeroom Manager lg Junior Prom Committee 25 Goodwin House Rep. 3g School Store 3. ROBERTA E. SNYDER 170 Brookline St. Berta Sharon Wheeler "A wave of laughter is better than a flood of tears." Gail and I will never forget the franks 84 beans with L.S. 84 L.U. G.A.A. 2, 3g A.F.S. 2, Ski Club 2, 33 Intramurals 2, 3. 5 .4 N. 'Z WA 'f ...saw 1' 1 Wt 1' 'K ' -Z ,r -. ' , K : Fw ' 5 gr if 1 1 if X .. 'VN S J 49' ALAN SOLL 201 Langly Road Weeks Wheeler "Strong reasons make strong ac- tion." I'll never forget: Capturing the robbers at the M.T.A. Station. I leave to NSHS: a bigger globe for Mr. Sutherland. International Club lg Blue Squad 1. 2, 3g Intramurals 1. 2. 33 Dene- bola 1. PETER SOLLUGUB 331 Lake Ave.. Newton Hlds. The Bird Weeks Cutler "Art obtains the prize." I am crazy about: Raisins. Ski Clubg Art Major 1, 2. 31 Reflections Staff. JUDITH ELAINE SOLTZ 19 Appleton Circle Judy Meadowbrook Wheeler "Purity of heart is the noblest in- heritaneef' I'll never forget: Flubs and Bluster. I leave to Newton South: Number 87061. A.F.S. 1. 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2. 3g G.A.A. 23 Ski Club 23 Wheeler House Council 23 Senior Class Committee 3. FRANI-BETTE SPIEGEL 116 Withington Rd. Fran Meadowbrook Cutler "I have simple taste: I am always satisfied with tlze best" What would happen if: Sandy and I carried out our plans? Denebola 11 Drama Guild 1. 2. 33 Denebola Feature Ed. 2. Ed.-in- Chief 3g Reflections 13 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2. 33 Music Club 2g Rally Comm. 3. MALVINA SPITZ 37 Mountfort Road Mal Weeks Cutler "Without love and laughter there is no joy,' live amid love and laughter." I'm crazy about: Mike and pickles. Drama Guild lg A Cappella Choir 1. 2g Senior Supper: Regulus Cir. Staff 2g G.A.A. 2. 3g Pep Squad 33 Rally Committee 2. 3g Concert Choir 3. Repeat after me, "Xbrps 2"tzvmt"' RUTH SPRITZ 63 Cynthia Road Ruthie Meadowbrook Wheeler "To know what is right and not to do it is the worst eowardicef' What would happen if: I wrote my own book of proverbs? French Club 3g Denebola Cir. Staff 3g Regulus Ad Staff 33 Wheeler House Council Alt, 2g Rally Committee 33 Ski Club 33 Sailing Club lg Music Club 3. a Xp, JOANNE SPILMAN 16 Caulfield Circle Meadowbrook Cutler "A qztitter never wins and a winner never quits." I'll never forget: My soph. Eng. class on Fridays with C.S.g locker B80 in my junior year. Fencing 1, 2. 'fi l TED STANHOPE 57 Heatherland Rd. Goodwin "One Wise Man's verdict Olli- weighs all fools" What would happen if: Somebody raced down the corridors in a go- cart? Greatest Ambition: To build a "427" powered T Bucket. JUDITH STANFIELD 266 Langley Road Judy Weeks Cutler "Happiness too swiftly flies." I'll never forget: The summer of my junior year and B. C. I leave to Newton South: My brother and one of the men. Associates Council Representative 33 G.A.A. 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 3. Let's see-52.00 on Seabiscuit in the fifth. ROBERT TOWNSEND STEINSIECK 17 Berwick Road Bob, Stinsick Weeks Goodwin "The only gift is a portion of thy- self." I'll never forget: The times with "Kiddo," the victory parties. and a guy with the will to win. Football 1, 2, 33 Hockeyg Baseball3 Senior Class Treasurer. RONNIE JANE STEVENS 195 Beethoven Ave. Haggie Weeks Goodwin "A is A, Existence is Identity, Consciousness is Identification." I leave to NSHS: All my campaign posters! Secretary of the Eastern Mass. Di- vision of Students Councils 3g Goodwin House Council 1. 23 Ski Club 2, 33 Denebola Ad Staff 13 Associates Council 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Mgr. 1. DEBORAH ANNE STONE 180 Elgin Street Debbie, Doonya "Je pense, donc je suis." Pet Peeve: "Then make a heavy black mark which fills the box is A.F.S. 1, 2, 33 Russian Club 1, 2, 33 Leader Corps 2, 33 Nat'l. Honor Society 2, 33 Associates Council 2g P.B.8LJ. Society3 Tigerama 2, 33 Regulus Art Editor 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Dance Group 2. CYNTHIA MARIA STROBL 12 Lashing St. Cindy Weeks Wheeler "1'm proud to be me, but I also see you're just as proud to be you." I'll never forget: Walking to A and B block in Soph. yr. Rally Comm. 1, 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Choir 1, 23 Ski Club 2, 33 Lions Band 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3. LYN D. STRONG 57 Lake Ave., Newton Ctre. Weeks Goodwin "Success is based on the luck of tlze Irish." I'll never forget: Those rides to school in a big, mean, Buick!? Greatest Ambition: To win a Demolition Derby at Norwood. -Em 1' 'A .Q l 73 9' . 5 -A ROBERT JAY SUDMAN 143 Wiswall Road Suds, Bob Meadowbrook Cutler "Great oaks from little acorns grow." I'll never forget: Jr. U. S. History Class. I leave to Newton South: My soggy football helmet. Football 1, 23 Wrestling 1. GEOFFREY SUGARMAN 134 Woodcliff Rd. Duffy Meadowbrook Wheeler "Not one person before our time is known as having died of laughter." Greatest Ambition: To catch the person who has been taking my lunch for the last three yrs. Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Become a Senior. Denebola Ad Staff lg Regulus Ad Staff 3. FRANKLIN SWARTZ 36 Wamesit Rd. Frank Weeks Wheeler "Familiarity breeds contempt" I leave to N.S.H.: My sharp sweat shirt labelled 'fathletef' What would happen if: Mr. Mattson turned out to be an in- strument of divine revelation? Key Club 2, 3g Track 2g Lost Bat- talion 2, 3. JANE SWETT 30 Sheldon Rd. Hip Bagle Booze Meadowbrook Wheeler "Oh, sweet mystery of life-you're a pain in the neck" I am crazy about: Chinese food and ice cream. What would happen if: Some stu- dent opened the door for another? JANET SWETT 1033 Walnut St. Jan Weeks Cutler "Happy as a clam at high tide." I'll never forget: August 26, 1962. What would happen if: Mr. Smith forgot his gavel? Girls Chorus l. HENRY DAVID TALBERTH 39 Longwell Rd. Warren Goodwin "Most people enjoy the inferiority of their best friends." I am crazy about: Most girls in general and one in particular. Jr. Class Comm.g Key Clubg Sen. Class Comm.g Blue Square 33 Jr. Prom Comm.g Sen. Supperg Intra- murals. , -1 49 Do you feel tired, run-down . . KARL TOUBMAN 11 Hemlock Rd. Wheeler "He is strong who conquers othersg He who conquers himself is mighty." Greatest Ambition: to go to Hawaii. Cross-country 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 3g Varsity Club 3. 'Ti Hello, I'd like to report a mutiny DEBORAH TROWBRIDGE 49 Columbus St. Debby Weeks Goodwin "We touch and go, and sip the foam of many lives." I prophesy that: Winnie the Pooh will always remain the same. I am crazy about: M.C., J.C., J.C., E.C. Dance Club 1g Spring Musical 13 Jr. Class Rep.3 National Honor Society Junior Year. - in my advanced English class. CANDACE TUTTLE 47 Old Farm Rd. Candy Meadowbrook Goodwin "I believe easily that which 1 hope for earnestly" I'll never forget: Fastening a seat belt in my Jr. yr. I am crazy about: Harvard. Drama Guild 1. VAL VELASCO VIDAL 294 Greenwood St. Val Exchange Student Goodwin "Smile and let the whole world smile with you." I'll never forget: The day I started school at N.S.H. Greatest Ambition: To take up Foreign Service and come back to the U.S.A., especially to the lovely Community of Newton. ADELLE M. VREELAND 155 Aspen Ave., Auburndale Del "Our group had 3296 fewer cavi- teth with Crethtf' I'll never forget: Cheerleading j thixty live, Thanksgiving '62. Assoc. Coun. Rep. 13 G.A.A. 23 Soph. Class Comm. 13 Ski 1, 2, 33 Wheeler House Coun. 23 French 33 Cheerleading 2, 3, Cap. 33 Leader Corp 1, 23 Drama Club 3g Senior Class Comm. 3. JAY WALDMAN 5 Southwick Rd. HJ!! Weeks Cutler "Say what you have to, not what you ought" I'll never forget: My iirst day at South. What would happen if: Mr. Sutherland had never taught Prob- lems? Tennis Team 33 Blue Squad 1. SUSAN DINE WALDMAN 106 Parker Ave., Newton Hlds. Sue Meadowbrook Goodwin "T he two shortest words, 'yes' di 'no', require the most tho't." I'll never forget: History with Mr. Seasholes3 "Jackson vs. Biddle"3 and one Italian Product. Regulus Data Editor 33 Music Club 1, 2, Pres. 33 Musical 1, 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2g Concert Choir 3g Madrigals 2, 33 Home- room Manager 1, 33 G.A.A. 1. NANCY JOY WALL 77 Clovedale Rd. Weeks Cutler "However rare true love is, True friendship is rarer." Iam crazy about: Twelve inch spikes. French Club 13 Tigerama Comm. 33 Regulus Ad Staff 23 Cutler House Council li Denebola Circu- lation Staff 3. ,- rig, 'A PM 525167 ., -,.,,. ,.,. fit . .3 A F Q' iv fe "M ri s ACK el l 'Q 3- Qui Q1 DOUGLAS LEE WALTON 1244 Beacon St. Wally Weeks Goodwin "Learn to see in anotl1er's calamity tlze ills wlziclz you sliould avoid." I leave to Newton South: My great school spirit. What would happen if: Nobody graduated? Blue Squad 2, 3. ELLEN WAYNE 23 Tangle Wood Rd. Peanut Weeks Wheeler 'KA nzan is to be elzosen, longest to be retained, and never to be parted with." I prophesy that: Someday 6207 will have its own Dictionary. What would happen if: Our H.R. teachers didn't go to Nigeria? Regulus Ad. Stall: G.A.A. 3: A.F.S. 3. EDWARD MICHAEL WESTERMAN 45 Pine Crest Rd. Eddie White Plains Cutler "Man Cannot survive witlzout true friends" What would happen if: The stop sign on Brandeis Rd. remained stationary? Key Club 3: Blue Squad 3: Junior Prom Comm. 2g Gymnastics 3. ELLEN ROSE WEXLER 234 Arnold Rd. Meadowbrook Wheeler "A cheerful countenance is a token of a lzeart tlzat is in prosperity' Greatest Ambition: To go to Dart- mouth. Pres. of Soph. Class: Nat'1 Honor Soc. 2, 3g French Club 2. 3g Pres. Nat'l Honor Soc. 3: Drum Major- ette 2: Denebola lg Regulus 33 Jun- ior Class Comm.g Sen. Class Com.: A.F.S. 2, 3. DOROTHY WHALEN 14 Bacon Place Dottie Weeks Wheeler "M11t'l1 learning dotlz make tlzee mad." I leave to N.S.H.: The broken pieces resulting from my efforts in Chemistry Lab. Greatest Ambition: To teach Phys- ics at N.S.H. Girls Chorus lg G.A.A. lg H. R. Manager 2, 3. Hooka Tooka, my soda cracka. A STEPHEN WHITE 7 Marcellus Dr.. Newton Ctre. Steve Meadowbrook Goodwin "Now not swell rout of lads wore honors out, Runners reknown out- ran and name died before man." What would happen if: Mr. Mattson left NSH: Peter B. won two nights in a row. Greatest Ambition: Make a mil- lion before I'm twenty-one. Ski Club l, 2, 3: Tennis Team l. DAVID WHITE 177 Varick Rd. Dave Weeks Goodwin "The mirtlz and fun grew fast and furious." I'll never forget: Cross Country. the sweat, the pain, the losses and best of all the wins. Greatest Ambition: Winner of the 8803 A new class record. Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3: Regulus Sports Editor. -54 DAVID WINER 41 Haynes Rd., Newton Meadowbrook Cutler "If ya wanna Create something ya must be something." I'll never forget: The faces of peo- ple as they looked at a fully dressed Indian walking down the hall. I am crazy about: Last period study. Riile 2. 3g Archery 2. 33 Fencing 2. ROBERT KAREY WILLIAMS 143 Neshobe Road Bob Weeks Wheeler "God helps them that help them- selves." I'll never forget: My times in shop with Mr. Lambert. Greatest Ambition: To have a construction Company. The Ski Club sells them for 53.00. Xi, 762' DONNA GENE WINN 147 Oakdale Rd. Meadowbrook Cutler "The first element of success is the determination to succeed." I am crazy about: Black Volks- wagens, Mr. Sutherland's classes, Mr. Linscott's Haircut and cheer- ing. What would happen if: Adelle ever wore the sign from Brighams? Cheerleader 33 Regulus Circu- lation Staff 33 French National Honor Soc. 2. 33 Music 1, 2, 3. LINDA MARILYN WINN 92 Deborah Road Meadowbrook Goodwin "If ya want to create something ya must be something." I'll never forget: My junior home- room 2101, 8a D lunch on Thurs- day in my junior year. Greatest Ambition: To meet a "recluse" Reflections Art Staff li Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 3g French Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 33 Regulus Ad. Staff 33 Pep Squad 33 French Club 3. MERLIE ANN WISE 34 Woodcliff Rd. Merle, Twin Weeks Goodwin "Life is like an onion, you peel off one layer at a time." I'll never forget: The day we washed walls in building live. I am crazy about: Iota Phi Woop! Woop! Woop! Ski Club 1, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2. 33 Regulus Ad Staff 33 German Club 1, 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 3. NANCIE WISE 34 Woodcliff Rd. Twin Weeks Cutler "Life is like an onion, you peel of one layer at a time." I'll never forget: When we washed the corridor walls in building five. What would happen if: Iota didn't have any pledges? G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Ski Club 1, 33 German Club 1, 33 Volleyball Team 1, 2, 33 Junior Prom Comm. MARK L. WOLF 107 Elinor Rd. Wolfie Meadowbrook Cutler "Great oaks from little acorns grow." Greatest Ambition: To become the world's tallest tennis player. Debating l, 2, 3g Pres. 3g Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3g Capt. 2, 33 Nat'l. Honor Society 2, 33 Treas. 33 Var- sity Club l, 2, 33 Homeroom Man- ager l, 2, 3. I' f w ,7..f7 f 3 W I' 3412" ' . tv nf' ' " E . 3. l I an--.nj A-di' ROBERT WOLFE 31 Stearns Street Brillo. Bob. Loup, Bumper Weeks Cutler "Any truth is better than make- believe." I'll never forget: Fun and work with Miss Forssberg. Mr. Gold- man, and Mr. Seasholes. I leave to Newton South: Sam Huff, my petty sicknesses, and one kicked off track shoe. Drama Guild 1. 2: Cross Country 2. 3: Track 2. 3: Varsity Club 2. 3. MERILEE WOLFSON 180 Allen Avenue Merri Weeks Goodwin "Resolve to be self, dl know that he who finds self loses misery." I'll never forget: S.M.S.G. Math. What would happen if: Everyone spelled my name right? Denebola Ad. Stall lg Civics Com- mission 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Mu- sic Club 2. 33 Ski Club 3. HOWARD WOLPER 96 McCarthy Rd. Howie Meadowbrook Wheeler "Though a man be wise: It is no shame for him to live and learn." I'll never forget: Mr. Goldman's meter stick. Greatest Ambition: To get a "BM in English. Track 1. 2, 33 Junior Class Com- mittee Rep.3 Rifle Club: Indoor Track 33 Sen. Class Com. RUSSELL JORDAN WOOD 258 Lake Ave. Russ Weeks Wheeler "He gets tlzru too late who goes too fast." What would happen if: Mr. Rivers forgot his name cards? Drama Club 23 Blue Squad 33 J.V. Hockey 13 Intramurals 2, 3. STEVEN ROY WOODBURY 46 Rockledge Rd.. Newton Hlds. Ctetta Weeks Wheeler "Il is my fervent hope that my whole life on this earth will ever be tears and laughter." I prophesy that: Next year Bruce K. will still call me every night for the French. Greatest Ambition: To apply to Harvard as an "insurance school." Orchestra l. 23 Music Club 2, 33 Russian Club 2. 33 Reflection 2. 3. ,nit WILLIAM R. CARLO 698 Beacon St. Bill Goodwin "Life is ecstacyf' I leave to Newton South: My hair. Advice to Sophs and Jrs.: Do your work so you won't be in the same grade next year. Soccer 1, 2, 33 Blue Squad 3: Class Dance 13 Track 2. JOAN CHAMBERLAIN 44 Halcyon Rd. Weeks Wheeler "Youth is activity" I am crazy about: F Block Ger- man and football games. Field Hockey 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 2. 33 Volleyball 1, 2. 3g Music Club lg Leader Corps 1. 2, 33 G.A.A. 1. Sports Chairman 2. Vice-President 3g Assistant H. R. Manager 2. DAVID YAMINS 131 Dane Hill Road Apeside Meadowbrook Cutler "People who ride in Vespa cars should be wary of large dogs." I leave to N.S.H.: My moment of glory during the 1962 Football game with Stoughton, when I tack- led coach Winkler. What would happen if: Mr. Bron- son should lose his vectors? Nat. Honor Soc.3 Treas. of class 1, 23 Vice Pres. 33 Assoc. Council 3. ED CARLO 698 Beacon St. Ed Salesian College Goodwin "Yon Cassius hath a lean and hun- gry look . . ." I'll never forget: Miss Radin's D Block European Hist. Class. Varsity Soccer 2g Dramatics 2g Senior Class Comm. 33 Track 13 Youth in Gov. Program 2: Monthly Short Story Contest Award: Student Council 1. EDWARD ALAN COHEN 11 Marvin Lane Melvin Meadowbrook Goodwin "I am my brother's keeper." I leave to Newton South: All the gum under my seat in 7207. What would happen if: No one showed up for detention in Good- win House? Junior Class Committee 13 Pres. Investment Club 13 Pres. Science Club 13 "Boyfriend"3 Denebola V. E24 . 3, ,. 143 .R IRIS GAIL YOFFA 24 Gould Rd. Hey Weeks Wheeler "Word in kindness spoken, motion or tear, often healed heart broken dl made friend sincere." I'll never forget: Ancient History, U. S. History, Math l-3a 8a Tech- nical Drawing. I leave to NSH: 10 min. passing periods, 60 min. lunches. Music 13 G.A.A. 13 German 1, 2. JOAN YOUNG 12 Jules Terrace Joanie Meadowbrook Wheeler "He gets thru too late who goes too fast." I leave to Newton South: The lunches that get shorter every year. Greatest Ambition: To become very good in one field. Future Teachers Club 1: Regulus Ad Staff 3. CAROL KAPLAN 38 Hyde Street Weeks Wheeler "Who is it that can tell me who I am?" National Honor Society 2, 3: A.F.S. 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3: Out- ing Club 1: Music Club 1, 2: Home Room Manager 1: Modern Dance 1. 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Marching Band 1. CHRISTOPHER FRANKLIN 309 Lake Ave. Chris Kensington CMarylandJ Goodwin "ln quiet and confidence shall be your strength." I leave to Newton South: Uncle Louie Kramsfore and all his varied esoterica-much joy. I prophesy that: Phoenix-like, the bog shall rise again. Folk Music Club 2, 3: Goodwin Night 2: Wheeler Night 2: Chess 3. Y ' 1 MARK THOMAS YOUNG 646 Saw Mill Brook Parkway Spike Meadowbrook Wheeler "Life is but a game of footballf' I'll never forget: The Arlington VS. NHS Basketball game 1963. I leave to Newton South: My beautiful grey felt hat and the hot Ford. Football-Varsity 2, 3: Jr. Varsity 1: Basketball Jr. Varsity 1, Varsity 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3. MARTIN MARCUS 57 Perkins Street Marty Hull High Goodwin "His own character is the arbiter of everyone's fortune." Basketball 3. LAWRENCE REISMAN 7 Great Meadow Rd. Larry Meadowbrook Cutler "Life is not so- short, but there is always time for laughter." I'll never forget: That first win in ping pong. I leave to Newton South: A sub- scription to the Boston Herald. KARIN O'BRIEN 16 Anita Circle, Waban ..K,, Weeks Cutler "Even a single hair casts its shadow." I am crazy about: My Psychiatrist. Greatest Ambition: To achieve success and happiness. Girls Chorus 1: Regulus 3: Pep Squad 3. RICHARD ZONDERMAN 42 High Rock Terrace Meadowbrook Goodwin "A great man is often misunder- stoodf' I leave to Newton South: No school, all schools in Newton. I am crazy about: Mr. Card. Ski Club 1. 2, 3: Blue Squad 2, 3: Skin Diving Club 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Regulus 3: French Pronounciation Contest 2. DOUGLAS SHERMAN 61 Vaughn Ave. Doug, Sherm Meadowbrook Cutler "I have often regretted my speech, never my silence." What would happen if: I had a built-in set of drums in everyone of my desks? I'll never forget: What's her name? Orchestra 1: Chess Club 2, 3: As- tronomy Club 2. NEAL SHAPIRO 230 Woodward Street Warren Goodwin "First think what you would be,- tlzen do what you have to do." What would happen if: Miss Ash- ley owned stock in the Wrigley Gum Company? Blue Squad Guide 1: Blue Squad 2, 3: PTSA Representative 2: Chess Club 1, 2, 3: Lost and Found Dept. 1, 3: Associates Council 1. 'Sui' SHIRLEY NAHABEDIAN 1623 Centre St. Shirl Weeks Cutler "Never promise more than you can perform." I leave to Newton South: A gold plated gavel for Mr. Smith. What would happen if: The corri- dors in Cutler House were one- way. THERESA LYNN SWAIM 43 Union St. "I love life and love living it." I'll never forget: those soggy ice cream sandwiches. What would happen if: there were no traffic jams in the halls? Ski Club 1, 2. HOWARD PHILIP TANGER 35 Fox Lane Woody Meadowbrook Wheeler "A minute's success is wortlz the failures of years." Greatest Ambition: Grow a mus- tache and be another Walter Cronkite. Advice to Sophs. and Jrs.: Get out fast! Tennis 2, 3. xfi' 'S --ar ,Xt .eg X ff A u K . I 'a 4 n n Q ,a- 4 0 0 -'K .- a . . -0 . u 0 n a u Iixl l -9 - ,fo . I - . u o - . . ' hr 5 1 fv'j . . . , 1 . , ,.o .n I ' ' .,.an' .,,.. .,,.. ,..-I I '.. .aal" ...Q ol" . 'ua' , S 1 -...E-1 'nr V' x I- :W . GOOD HOURS . . . And I thought I had the folk within: I had the sound of a violing I had a glimpse through curtain laces Of youthful, forms and youthful faces . . . ACTIVITIES V 1. 9 ' Q V Xb. . D . !', .. N A 'n . 'L ff V M' I '- I' V.. V if ' ' ' ',b.- , ,. , , , -ti. ' . 4 nm 2 ' DJ, , gff -":.X-'iff I1 . 4 ff 1' I -ma v PU. k .,,,,W ,ts 1 . . 1 " 'H K 4 ff , . . wwf f L -5- 4 !'51, 'A -- f ' + -"... " r- . xYW ' ,Q-54., V ' 5 :L ' u.. - 1 fx 1-.41 4' '- H ,, H,- ,".- ', '7 If . Y . I., W. lf, .' 1 ' r, , I ' ' 'I - - -'..'. . A r 4. .'. xv X, ' Nj.. ,,, r .' - V X V-! ' 0 1'- y L' , . ur.. f ' I. ' k zllgzlx,-I --, 4, . 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SENIOR SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE CLASS I I I SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR-Mr. Cornell 94 JUNIOR CLASS llm, I Sis' 1 in A Mfuw Mrfaelismt mr Nui . nm i WSW li' clarion K MW IT., JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS sentativesg Lisa Anapolle, treas.g Ann Chambers ADVISOR-Mr. Carey sec'y.g Barry Dashefsky, pres.: Paula Tannen- baum, vice pres. Y 3 JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE 95 Mr. Careyg Libba York, Nancy Newell, repre- :S is 'fa ' SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVISOR-Mrs. Freimarck 1 I 111.54 I rsh.- V534 SOPHGMORE CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS OF- FICERS-Pres. Beverly Woog Vice Pres. William Taylorg Sec. Leslie Farberg Treas. John Abramson. Z Q. ff A c SOPHOMORE CLASS COMMITTEE 96 D .,., -.,,, CUTLER HCUSE 44-- . ?"' ' -stir y.-vi I . , gl rf. 'L':,fZ'.l,- . - f vs' " . ,' :jI,f1'6i 141:,Qr,g: Mr. Hawkes Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Laurie. 97 41 6 7 "'U."' 5' V" , Z' , Q , NV oi if tw I5 GOGDWIN HOUSE f Y' U ,-I Mrs. Jacques, Miss Lawless. +3 Mr. Card as '. Miss Creedon WHEELER HGUSE Weeler House Council Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Cambell. Q 99 7 .4 .M 2 X, f Qs Qwauunbni xuwnfsbssswaw EGU LUS 1964 'T ,QFYQ - f r , ,--cg v fl 'xizjfjq he-A-.X 'rs ff., i . Advisor: Mr. Shaw , 55 QA : ,A zymw ' ' -.Sm Literary Advisor: Miss Sloan Ma Advisor: Mr. Prevoir fu--....... If Editor Barry Brown, Assistant Editor Frank Copper. FS -,.....---- ,.,...----- ,....---' SPOFIS Staff! Sandra Bryant, Business Manager Dave White, Editor Y? W I F ,R .f,M-Q, Feature Staff: Naomi Corman, Editor r,, , Photography Staff: Mike Ash, Editor Copy Editor, Hannah Dunbar Data Staff: Sue Waldman, Editor fig I- ' Art and Layout Staff: Debbie Stone, Editor 4 Literary Staff: Lee Sherman, Editor ,nw ' H1 ,, 'W .al , c tg, q ,N , ', -, .A r gf' 1 - fbfsi 5" 5, . ffl' W E l 3 . h fl'fs5,, . A 'S v" f , 2 . ' Advertising Staff, Carolyn Levosky, Editor M'f,,,,.- ,,,,,f.. ,,,.,.-,. ,,.,,..,,Y - g,.4" V .,,.,.,- U...-'.,,.f:, ... .-.H ., ,... ,,.-if ' 'fra-Elf A wifi 342- y gf ,' . L" ' ' g if L., t - Circulation Staff: Betty D'Eugenio, Editor fl""""--F C'--' ' V i 5 E V REFLECTIONS STAFF ICTUS STAFF Last year four students issued a publi- cation composed of various works from the creative writing classes. The name uIctus," meaning beat or impulse, was chosen for this magazine, which empha- sizes creativity in its selections. REF LECT IONS STAFF 'LReilections" is the combined literary and art magazine of the Newton High Schools. The mag- azine, which appears in April, publishes the best creative manu- scripts and art work of the two student bodies. "Reflections" in- cludes both serious and humor- ous poems, essays and short sto- ries selected from the manu- scripts submitted by the students. ICTUS STAFF MUSIC CLUB The Newton South High Music Club desires to interest students in the diilerent phases of music such as jazz, folksinging, musical comedy and choral and classical work. This year it sponsored perfor- mances by groups from the Hart School of Music, the New England Conserva- tory, and Emerson College, as well as informal student concerts. DRAMA GUILD OFFICERS J sk mfg DRAMA GUILD 19241: " ' 1 f ff fs Q, '3f?f"fff', .az ,. gm MUSIC CLUB DRAMA GUILD The Drama Guild at Newton South High School is organized to promote and encourage active interest and participa- tion in all phases of the theater. This year, the guild presented "Sorry, Wrong Number" and sponsored try-outs for the Drama Festival. Other scheduled activi- ties included a second play in the spring, theater parties, guest speakers, and a pro- duction of "The Sound of Music" by a group from Emerson College. i lf ! J . r- ' ' ' ' f - ' -far-'f , , r-WL ,X ,, FRENCH CLUB The French Club is composed of more than one hundred students who wish to supplement their classroom French. This year, club members attended meetings at which slides of France were shown, and lectures given. They also helped to pro- vide entertainment and refreshments for the Foreign Language Clubs' Christmas Party. In the spring the French Club sponsored the Concours Oral, the inter- city French recitation contest held at Newton South. LATIN CLUB For students currently enrolled in Lat- in courses, the Latin Club provides an opportunity to learn more about classical culture and history. On the local level, the club presents lectures and skits and conducts museum trips. In addition, it is a branch of the state and national Junior Classical League, and its members may attend their conventions. GERMAN CLUB The purpose of the Deutscher Verein is to give the student an additional opportu- nity to hear and speak the German lan- guage, and to widen and deepen his un- derstanding of German culture and the German people. Among the many and diverse activities of the club are films, a Musikfest, an inter- language club party, participation in the German recitation contest at Boston Uni- versity's Tivoli, a trip to the Busch-Reis- inger Museum at Harvard, and the pro- duction of the clubis annual magazine, Der Lowenschwanz. .- vu FRENCH CLUB N L35 .A- LATIN CLUB -f - -- - -f-.--- ,ii- v,-z,b- , ' l' P vvA ivF',4-4,-,',,...f- 104 GERMAN CLUB AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE INTERNATIONAL CLUB Q, 0 SPANISH CLUB AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE The American Field Service is an or- ganization which promotes deeper un- derstanding of other peoples and cultures among high school students of the world through an international exchange pro- gram. A.F.S. activities this year included meetings, assemblies, a concert at which Jackie Washington sang, a work day, and bake and candy cane sales. The money thus raised was used to support our two foreign students at N.S.H.S., Val Bidal, from the Philippines, and Bandoo Kale, from India. The Newton A.F.S. chapter also aided the two N.S.H.S. students who were selected last year as A.F.S. repre- sentatives: Anne Brudevold, who went to England for two months, and Yvonne Baginsky, who spent seven months in Brazil. INTERNATIONAL CLUB The International Relations Club at- tracts students interested in foreign affairs by such programs as afternoon discussion sessions dealing with international prob- lems. Members of the club serve as dele- gates to the Greater Boston and the East Coast Model United Nations Confer- ences. The club's major fund raising ac- tivity is the annual Faculty-Varsity Bas- ketball Game. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club aims to encourage interest in the way of life and traditions of the Spanish-speaking countries. This objective is realized through various ac- tivities which include listening to Spanish music, seeing Spanish films, and sponsor- ing talks given by Latin American stu- dents attending NSHS. In the past few years, the club has established the tradi- tion of contributing a pinata to the inter- language club Christmas party. AU DIO-VISUAL CLUB Five boys from each house are mem- bers of the Audio-Visual Club. They do- nate their free periods to the operation and maintenance of audio-visual equip- ment. I , , . CHESS CLUB Members of the Chess Club meet regu- larly to challenge each other for the ten places on the Chess Team. The club is organized for the enjoyment of those in- terested in learning chess and improving their game. The team competes with other schools in Greater Boston. STAGE CLU B The Stage Club is a service organiza- tion whose purpose is to take care of the stage and the auditorium. The Stage Club is responsible for setting up all lectures, plays, assemblies, and other programs. Occasionally, in conjunction with Mr. Lambert and the Industrial Arts Depart- ment, the Stage Club constructs scenery for important events such as the musical production. This year, the biggest event was the CBS Reports program on smok- ing filmed at Newton South. Stargazers are welcomed at the Astron- omy Club. This club encourages members to investigate and report on celestial phe- nomena, invites guest speakers, and ob- serves the stars through the school's tele- scope. .I A fx lf 7 .3 T an Because it is a member of the Greater Boston Debating League, the New- ton South Debating Society's princi- pal activity is inter-school debating. This yearls topic was 'Government-provided medical caref, The club also participates in debating tournaments and in a league- sponsored radio program. To qualify for admission to the club. new members are required to submit a written opinion on the year's topic, after which they receive instruction and experience in the art of debating. DE BATING CLUB f fn r 2. l'i i i 1 1 f Z il l l l l i t 2 i Q i E LIBRARY ASSISTANTS The Library Assistants is a service or- ganization which takes its members from the entire student body. Each mem- ber donates at least two periods per week for library work. These volunteers assist the library staff by shelving and arranging books, magazines and college catalogues, and by doing clerical work at the desk. Through their efforts, they help to main- tain an efficient library. MATH CLUB The Math Club holds monthly meet- ings to discuss phases of mathematics not treated in the standard courses. Students interested in math present challeng- ing problems, discuss individual projects, and entertain guest speakers. The speak- ers have lectured on such topics as in- finite numbers, computers, and topolo- gy. 5611.42 T SCIENCE TEAM The Science Team, part of a league sponsored by the American Chemical So- ciety, competes regularly with other Greater Boston Schools. At the meets, members must answer questions which have been compiled by high school sci- ence teachers. PTSA REPRESENTATIVES The Parent-Teacher-Student-Associa- tion was created in order that closer ties be established between these three groups. This year, three students repre- sented the views of the student body at the Executive Board meetings. Such problems as the separation of the Tiger- amas, the school's evaluation week, and the general appearance of students were discussed and dealt with. This organiza- tion has provided a much needed link be- tween adults and teen-agers and has help- ed the parents and teachers to understand the ideas and the problems of the Newton South Students. TIGERAMA COMMITTEE Q, ff' The students of the Tigerama Commit- iv tee work with parent and teacher advisors to sponsor four informal dances each y year. Tigerama has traditionally been a joint function with Newton High School, but this year, the committee experiment- ed with separate Tigeramas in December. The committee, headed by two student chairmen and a secretary, plans every as- pect of the dances. This includes enter- tainment, Hnance, publicity, decorations hospitality, and, naturally, clean-up. Ti- gerama is one of the most popular recrea- tional activities at Newton South. 2 l Fix . HOME ROOM MANAGERS The Homeroom Managers help to con- duct administrative business efficiently. Throughout the year they collect insur- ance money, sell S.A.T.,s and occasionally take attendance and collect notices. B L U E SOU A D The Blue Squad is a service organiz- ation responsible for orderly student con- duct in the school corridors and cafeteria Its rotating membership provides a chief a captain, a lieutenant, and twenty active members per day. FOLK MUSIC CLUB The Folk Music Club offers students an opportunity to experiment with folk music, both vocally and instrumentally, and to relax in doing so. Members have the chance to play an assortment of musi- cal instruments ranging from the guitar and banjo to washtub bass and wash- board. Privately sponsored hootenannies are held on weekends in conjunction with the folk music clubs from Newton High School and Wellesley High School. MATH TEAM The Newton South Math Team annual- ly competes in four math contests in the Western Suburban League, one of five in the Boston area. Our team is composed of two seniors, two juniors and a sopho- more, who are chosen by competitive qualifying tests. COMPUTER CLUB T - A ei, K 9. . I If A 1 f.,:jr xx , f AA -ffv'-, t be fr' L? , T A, , 5, ,J -Wife 1 A 'JJDZ by wtf. -' brfrel' CHEERLEADERS Julle Burgess Mary Col11ns Anne F1sher Kathy MAJORETTE Jane Hopengarten EF LT'-Q in PEP SQUAD The Pep Squad which made its debut this year at the Thanksgiving Game with Hingham, is made up of senior girls and was created for the purpose of fostering school spirit. Requirements include at- tendance at all practices and at each foot- ball game, and an enthusiastic interest in supporting Newton South teams. During the football season, the Pep Squad aided the cheerleaders by rousing the stands to loud support for the teams. It is hoped that the Pep Squad 'will be maintained by the senior girls in years to come. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATICN The Girls, Athletic Association is a school-wide organization whose aims are to promote interest in sports and to en- courage the achievement of physical fit- ness. All girls in the school are members and have the opportunity to further their athletic interests in a program of after- school activities. These include appara- tus, field hockey, fencing, tennis, swim- ming, softball, golf, and modern dance. 5 t Tit Vx MARCHING BAND The Marching Band is a voluntary or- ganization. This yearls marching band consisting of thirty-five members per- formed at the football games and at the Memorial Day Parade. The Concert Band, a group separate from the Marchin Band, performed at the music assemblies, playing only con- cert music. Members of the Concert Band receive one credit for their participation. ORCHESTRA Anyone who can play a musical instru- ment and is interested in playing in a group is Welcome to audition for the school orchestra. The orchestra, whose concert master this year is Steven Wood- bury, and whose piano soloist is Eliot Norman, concentrates on the interpreta- tion of classical music, although it does play some light pieces. The group per- forms at various programs throughout the year, and at Pops Night in May. MIXED CHORUS The Mixed Chorus, composed of ap- proximately fifty students, sings works of moderate difficulty. Together the Mixed Chorus and the Concert Choir replace the A Cappella Choir of previous years. This year these two groups, accompanied by the Orchestra, sang at the Junior and Sen- ior Class Assemblies. GIRLS CHORUS CONCERT CHOIR This year at Newton South there is a new musical organization: the Concert Choir. This group of musically inclined students sings works of a more difiicult nature than those sung by the other two choruses. .f fr rf 6' "'EjjP?2:Ljivjws' 1 ' ' 'ff ' ' Pffff' 525 National Honor Society Oflicers: Laurie Altman, Steven Woodbury, Sandra Shaw, Mrs. Allen, Mark Wolf, Ellen Wexler. NATICDNAL HONCR SOCIETY 116 INDUCTED APRIL, Abramson, Lawrence Altman, Laurie Binder, Allison Bishop, Pamela Bloom, Richard Brecher, Peter Bridge, William Brown, Barry Brudevold, Anne Bryant, Sandra Cohen, Judith Dailey, Alexandra Dannenberg, Linda Durbin, William, Jr. Filios, David Fleming, Peter Hennessey, James Kaplan, Carol Kaplan, James Karlin, Bruce Knowles, Barbara Levy, Franklin Macnair, Pamela Miller, Geoffrey Morgenthal, Eric Oppenheim, Barbara Reichenbach, Susan Shapiro, Neal Shaw, Sandra Spiegel, Frances Stone, Deborah Trowbridge, Deborah Wexler, Ellen Winn, Linda Wolf, Mark Woodbury, Steven Yamins, David 1963 INDUCTED JANUARY, 1964 Adeleman, Lannie Alper, Johanna Alpert, Marc Baginsky, Yvonne Baron, Robert Biller, Audrey Birnbaum, Nathan Bloom, Susan Burgess, Julia Cioffari, Vincent Corman, Naomi Cornblatt, Marc Davis, Cynthia D'Eugenio, Betty Enegess, David Fraser, Beverly Gluck, Paul Golder, Paul Grassilli, Carol Hirsch, Ellen Hirsch, Judith Levosky, Carolyn Lezar, Joan Martin, Dwight McAuliffe, James Melvin, Judith Mirkin, Carolyn Nollman, Ellen Novak, Bruce Perlman, Robert Radlo, Rachel Sadow, Carolyn Sherman, Lee Siegel, Barbara Smith, Adele Soltz, Judith Winn, Donna Young, Mark FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Q K . K 115 1 . , 1 . 'Rm-3 Wg I 'IUU1 i -:1 Stanley Cole, Jerry Durbin, Mark Scheier, Franni-Bette Spiegel, editorg Kenny Morris. S4 af - 'As ,,-4' Danny Lax, Linda Dannenberg, Jerry Durbin, Richard Danca. : Z Q , S Sis. SKI CLUB The Ski Club, whose present member- ship exceeds one hundred, invites all Newton South High students to partici- pate in Saturday ski trips to King Ridge and Pat's Peak, two New Hampshire ski areas. The reduced rates on ski tows and lessons as well as bus transportation serve as incentives for both the beginning skier and the expert. SKI CLUB 5 -,, -- Q 'rg .- - 2isZ,.g,..., P.B.8cJ. SOCIETY PB8LJ SOCIETY The Peanut Butter and Jelly Society astutely known as the P.B.8cJ. Society is a self-service organization. It is dedicated to the proposition that all peanut butter and jelly eaters are created superior. It has sponsored a peanut butter and jelly breakfast, a jelly peanut butter lunch, and a spectacular jelly butter peanut dinner. Its members are easily recognized by the jelly around their mouths, and the jar of Skippy Crunchy Peanut Butter concealed in their fag-bags. . -,iw I- ' zifgi :Uh ' cf w is LOST BATTALION Was there ever a cause too lost, Ever a cause that was lost too long Or that showed with the lapse of time too vain For the generous tears of youth and song? DUST OF SNOW The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued. ET CETERA af ph. , 3' 17 'Z Djt :Zz :LV . . ' .A ' X 5. Et' Qru ., Mfr " '. yfq: . f, f. -, . - -- at ' '- !' 4 I-.51 ' I-L' -, ' 1 5 H, 4' .Eg-L 'siifefil PUC 1 ixftiv., .'3g.L. F.-'il' ' 1 '- iff: 1 Y hifi 2 ' -1:1 .' If 'LJ 4. , 'VJ'-1 . ,. ' .W .1-'-: . ' -I , ' -4 - if ' ,f ,,: . ".. '-4. I 3?nQIQg'. ,,,,.. , e I - be-.g ,.- . 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Swv' I l I, ml-' ,...--'- 1 i ,pw-'N 'l 'Y', 9 E P :gg If N h 'Nr 'U'-w ii M if J 2 Qi "' J' ' f 7 I MEDEA ,-5 ,Q W . ,mag 4. .f if ir- I W,-,nn N iwfwv 131 .uh-I, A ,,,.7.qHg. , 'I' "'. .' -W6 , V ,M N , .,- , LPN 1:-fai,zxfif,a And miles to go before I sleep 1 WEZQQM Wi, 3' 3 Wig? 3 if Q . ,,v. -' V 6157? - ., f ,HM .,f511...'.?ff' .1 - , ee 'f f f -P - 1 - J' H.M.S I , ZF, X s. lxf' I ff,',juf- l I ! 9 PINA FORE I only hope that when I am free As they are free to go in quest Of the knowledge beyond the bounds of life It may not seem better to me to rest. Y " 0 Q s it 136 137 A A ,X u.a9" , w,z-N . 13 ff f M 1 'GU A . 5,-4, V .. Yfiiyfmg' Lu -5-viz: avw Ni- N"4" ,L' , X lil 'Qi I AW ,i" f, -ff F' r.-, f 64,3 lv I C . u 1 1 wi We dance round in a ring and suppose And the Secret sits in the middle and knows FACULTY - VARSITY BASKETBALL GAME if f. cw' , . a 6 , 7 4 I tw .V . 8 if ,A .', - x A in Z, V J" 16,1 S ,rn 'Al 9 3 ' 2, ' 5 I . 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When stiyj' and sore and scarred I take away my hand From leaning on it hard In grass and sand, The hurt is not enough: I long for weight and strength To feel the earth as rough T 0 all my length. SPGRTS 55""'S-.1 'x I U ' . fri: . M- ' lf?-E . -WL! , Q: I at fs ' r if Y . is 'W 5" aft 1 , Q W Airgas" -1 , ,- fe X O as L 'c V., , . fr, 1 . I Q K ul' 1 1 ,-1,1 - 7 4' ml o ...Jn 7- "1 ' 1 - f' :WJ . ' . V I u + '- - 'Jr ,s W.. ,, .- . '- f. 4 .. JJ? Ai ', 4 , ,4.,' ' I 1 AL, , ,sf -,N ' M X , mix '- x 7 - I I ' 1 I 1 s 1 I n s - I F ll I i 'l, r r , J s . r , v . - gi 'W 'G ' . ' fu A . u , . ' r ' I W l HQ! ,qrx , ' ' af C 1' ' 1-vfffs ,, . 1 kg lui'- pfiiiffa . He. H M . ' n I rm., mx l WJFV , M. I. ,guy we ' '5fiwv 1' ,, 1, N , 1 xxx srklf N A' .W , A lf! 4 ' Lx.-Tv I N ' W N - QL, ,Ll . 0,4 !'. ' ' V '.v.' '. mf' fi ' X. Yr A , ' 'N . X F vi 1+ ' '-"9 S . .rut V q . :',,'-Q' 'u'- xx ' .f "-" 17 .' ',',f" " 1 i , 1.5. . ' , 1? 1- 'J-1 . r 5 ,rr , ,..! 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' 6. 6 1 'f 'f ' .- Q. -- - "' f ' i' :IMAX A 9 "" 7 ."""' fm - -, . 9' . --. mmm ,Q H 4 ,px W- ' H- C- 12, --,x, -4-,,I ,ds -if -,.' 4 . s -f ,Alam vm 9-fm,-'asv 5-,ry-,g p,-,-.-,2.rfrg if , 'ny ,-, . r 1 -.Q it -at-f -eau.. 'fi Q-'53 rf' 'Af fa 2 shift aw "-2' if W' f 'J X - 9 M i' ' .Q U W A V ,K 4 . . . . z , a -' N mail Ev 'fl P' 7 55 EEK 1 F ' I, sm-lf' an EE.. , f i 74. was t - ts. ,- . . Row 1: David Yamins, Larry Abramson, Thomas Arbuckle Loring Baker, Jim Hennessey, Richard Brodney, Richard Hor- witz, Mark Young, capt.g Richard Kessler, Richard Bloom Robert Steinsieck, Carl Glickman, Richard Poutas, Robert Ba- ker. Row 2: Robert Plummer, Ralph Meyer, Stuart Moss, Gregory Steinsieck, Peter Bassett, Craig Spear, Ted Clarke Mark Cohen, Arthur Chansky, Richard D'Eugenio, Charles Rezzuri, Soren Olsen, Eliot Marks. Row 3: Coach George Winkler, Mr. Aredis Kojoyian, Mr. Louis Korey, Mr. Norman McConnell, Joe Durocher, Tom Lopez, Jack McLeod, John Passarini, Joseph Fiore, Dana Jackson, James Rimalover, Bob Epstein. FOOTBALL 1963 After a disappointing opening game against Fitchburg, Newton South bounced back to run up an impressive 6-3 season. It was the teamis second good year under Coach George Winkler. The most exciting game of the year was the 32-28 win over Captain Mark Young Wellesley. By shattering the NSHS scoring record with a twenty-four point second quarter, the Lions led 32-16 at halftime. Newton South fought hard during the second half, and Dick Bloom ended the Wellesley threat with a sensational interception in the game's final J minute. In both the Fitchburg and Rindge Tech games, time ran out for the Lions as they fought to score the winning points from inside the one-yard line. Captain Mark Young and quarterback Ted Clarke provided much of the team's scoring might. Clarke, a junior, established himself as one of the state's foremost passers. He combined with all-scholastic end Young for touchdowns in all but one game. I Chuck Spear was the team's top rusher. Against Framingham North, he ran for three touchdowns and a total of one hundred eighty- four yards in the game. First-string fullback Dick Brodney was a key figure in Newton South's success, against Wellesley and other strong teams, he went crashing through opposing lines for important short yardage. Other running backs on whom the lions frequently depended were senior Dick Bloom, junior Dick D'Eugenio, and sophomore John Passerini. Dick "Horse'l Horowitz, as tackle, was the mainstay of South's strong line. Ex-back Bob Steinsieck became a fine center and combin- ed his talents with those of the other linemen, Dick Kessler, Carl Glickman, Jim Hennessey, Tom Arbuckle, Peter Bassett, Joe Fiore, Mark Cohen, Joe Durocher, and next yearls captain, Tom Lopez. 146 ' NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH 5, lf . , . Q! M'-ff - 1 Fitchbur Framingha Stoughton Leominster Wellesley Lexington Rindge Framingham South Hingham 8 m ,-V.-,gffr ,,4, ff' -'gk-MA ..H,',9i'. :,,,4.Lf' n .- .ifaf -. 'N"v'v'-'?"a.,:,'i'Q."' ,Ugg Q, :f V nf? V 'X sig 3,01 digg? ggi? , 1' 'A i M lf!!! i 1 . 1 ' ' 1 , "1 f ' 71 f he , y. 1, ,M ,M nf ,pf J, . .W-sm' , .f ,Q 1"-.. "5 , ,., ,-v.,, , I P,-ff'w5f34'i4"'4' uf' 1? 5 W4 "1" ?Jff"?fl 'U lm ,,,,f:'f ,Jw ..,1: ,.w4em,,...., T,S'J5"f7'Qx' W 'wwf 5 I .f .fs A , V, , ma - Enix wx.:-was 7-i U A vf. Qfigw, 1 in- 'L' - , -V ,.,-v7 ' 5590 i 7 N...-."""'-V- .kb 1'y ,Q OM' 4 'K W ,Ai A 1 - A-Nw, -. s . . X. mi . 1 " 'sh w ' 'K' ,J ,,u'af..' N LX rx . 1 , I' My A- , I ,'w, ' ' Hi . . ' .f 5 . 'TX V f X4 Z? f " " VA, Y 4 1 ,I 'M I6-ll 'Q Af' V 'x Phu- .ffl if f-QL. 3, f fiat. NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE C low score-winnerj SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH 20 26 23 23 45 35 Revere Arlington Watertown Waltham Malden Newton Catholic Memorial Meet-8th out of 21 schools. State Meet-18th out of 35 schools CROSS COUNTRY For the Newton South Cross Country team, 1963 was a most successful year. The team, coached by Mr. Richard Geist, finished eighteenth out of the thirty-five schools in the state meet and ran up a 3-3 total in the Suburban League dual meets. The season record was 33 wins and 27 losses. Hoping to have its Hrst winning season, the team began regular practice a week before school opened. Much of the team's success rested on the performances of veteran seniors Captain Bill Bridge, Rodney Blake, Mike Coleman, Alan Conway, Peter Fleming, Carl Toubman, Dave White, and Bob Wolfe. The two strong supporting juniors were John Arianson and Paul Balmuth, Bridge held down the teamls top spot for the entire season, fol- lowed by Conway and Wolfe in the second and third positions respec- tively. Highlighting the varsity season was Bridge's flying finish in the Watertown meet. By making up 100 yards in the last quarter-mile, he won the race and led the way to a South victory. The JV Harriers, sparked by Bob Paglia and Gary Chafetz, cap- tured the league title and showed great promises for next year. Chris Davis, Tom Allman, and Jim Lilienthal also showed good balance and determination throughout the season, a preview for the next year's varsity team. X... ' f J st Kneeling: Rodney Blake, Peter Fleming, Richard Gelles, Alan Conway, Robert Wolfe, Wil- liam Bridge, Carl Toubman, Standing: Ted Gross, John Ari- anson, Paul Balmuth, Alan kj Marcus, Robert Grossman, Gary Chafetz, David Smookler, I iS9'lZv js. i XXN'fi iXN.f SOUTH in , ,eHf.,wf f ' tix Sf' 'Sour sourn soutu Chris Davis, Ted Margolin, Robert Paglia, Peter Orlov, iw this Q . UUT Tom Allman, Robert Ozor, Mr. Geist. Missing: James Lilien- thal, Michael Coleman, David White. IJ TTI :ni Row I Jon Lichter Pete Fiore Michael Nathanson, sky, Bill Roberts, David Horovitz, Bob Wilson, Mark John Passarmr Dick Bloom capt Peter Lewenburg, Jim Baum, Mike Laven, Alan Mintz, Chuck Spear, Arnie Baller Jeff Diamond Joe Fiore Row 2: Jim Rimalover, Schneider, Coach Winkler. Bob Gluntz Steve Samson Mike Clemens, Arthur Chan- WRESTLING NEWTON SOUTH Lexington NEWTON SOUTH Westwood NEWTON SOUTH Natick NEWTON SOUTH Brookline NEWTON SOUTH Winchester NEWTON SOUTH Wellesley NEWTON SOUTH Norwood In spite of there being no home meets the Newton South wrestling team kept up the Lion spirit. Most opposing squads returned with last year's leaders, whereas Newton South lost nearly all of its best wres- tlers. As a result, this year was primarily a building year for the team. The Lions improved greatly as the season progressed. There were many fine individual performances. Jim Baller was a welcome sur- prise in the state tourney. Capt. Dick Bloom lost only one match prior to the state meet. Other good performances were provided by Joe Fiore, Mike Nathanson, John Passarini, Peter Fiore, and Peter Lewenburg. All but Bloom will return next year, and South wrestling should experience, for the first time, not only home meets, but a winning season. ' 151 li 33 fi? 'lu . il - FMT' Row 1: Bob Marcus, Elliot Goldberg, Co-Captains: Mark Young, Tom Lopez, Steve Ross, Walter Cooper Bill Seidenberg and Buddy Paris, Bob Geist, Jim Casty, Bob Perlman, Coach Linscott. Manager Ron Belt. Row 2: Coach Bechtold, Jeff Sones, Newton South's perennial height problem hampered the team as the Lions linished with a disappointing record in the very competitive Suburban League. The team started well, winning two of the first three games, but tough overtime losses to Weymouth and Brookline, as a result of missed free throws were disheartening. Despite these setbacks, and the midseason loss of starter Mark Young to the track' team, the Lions kept trying. In a late season game, South stayed within a few points of state champion Rindge Tech until tiring in the fourth quarter. The next week, South was only one point behind league runner-up Brockton at the half. Co-captain Buddy Paris was one of the best players in the state. Buddy averaged close to 20 points a game even though defenses were always keyed on him. His superb dribbling, shooting, and hustle illuminated an otherwise lackluster season. Starters Jeif Sones, a rugged and improving forward, and Bobby Geist, a deadly set shooter, along with 6'4" Tom Lopez return next season. This experienced threesome, with a little help, should lead Newton South back into its usual slot in the first division next year. 152 I 53 1964 SCHEDULE NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH Newton 42 Brookline 53 Cone overtimej Arlington 47 Weymouth 65 Ctwo overtimesj Rindge Tech 70 Brookline 52 Cambridge Latin 40 fone overtimeb Watertown 66 Waltham 78 Newton 59 Brookline 60 Arlington 55 Weymouth 70 Rindge Tech 78 Waltham 62 Brookline 75 Cambridge Latin 66 Watertown 57 Coach Bechtold, Co-captains: Buddy Paris, Bill Seidenberg 1-s Q we-1-Q., Y..,, , ,f-..,.. -T NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON NEWTON ---- - we-. Q.:- Row 1: Paul Epi. Bob Murphy, Don Satter, Charlie Steve Mandile, Joe Manfredi, Bill Harwood. Row 3: Rezutti. Captain Bob Steinsieck, Greg Steinsieck, Jim Andy Storey. Co-captain Bill Kreger, Bob Allen, Paul Cail. Peter Magna. Dick Greene. Row 2: Jack Epstein, Dunne, Dave Harwood. Co-captain Tom Boyd. Missing: Greg Doherty, Russ Wood, Jerry Goldstein, Bob Heaney, Coach Jesdale. SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH Wayland Bedford Weston Westwood Rivers Wayland Alumni Bedford Weston Westwood Lynnfield Lynnfield HOCKEY With neither history, tradition, or an aged jinx, Newton South's hockey team competed in a league for the first time. Under first-year coach, William Jesdale, South skated to a fine 5-4-l season on the strength of its Juniors. Newton South's offense was fourth best in the Dual Coun- ty League, averaging two goals per game. Leading scorer and best skater, Junior Andy Storey, was first in goals, tied for first on the team in assists, and scored 4062: of South's goals. Seniors Tom Boyd Cfour goals, two assistsb and Captain Bob Steinsieck Ctwo goals, two assistsj provided some offensive punch and much determined skating. Greg Steinsieck and Paul Epi, both juniors, and Sophomore Chip Fisher, were used often. Defense, South's strong point, was led by Peter Magner. Senior "Wild Bill" Kreger, although not scoring Ctwo assistsh added a little muscle when it was needed and knew how to break up an opponent's play. South's goalie, "Jake the Snake" McGuiness, was an im- portant factor in the team's success. One of the referees called him "the best junior goalie in the league." McGuiness recorded an average of 25 saves a game, made a game high of 41, and his goal tending average of 2.00 was the second best in the league. 156 FINAL STANDINGS Lynnfield 10 0 Westwood 6 4 Newton South 5 4 1 Wayland 4 6 Bedford 2-7 1 Weston 2-8 E ,I Y? 5 A Su, Row 1: Judy Johnson, Sheila Byrne, Donna Bishop, Joan Chamberlain, Donna Nye, Leslie Johnson, Joyce Marianne Tournabene, Judy Hirsch, Ann Morrison. Lemkin. Row 2: Ann Waltinne, Lane Harney, Paula Clement, GIRL'S BASKETBALL The Newton South Varsity six started the season by beating Water- town, the first time South has won an opening game in its short history. The girls, led by Captain Ann Morrison, with Judy Hirsch, Joan Chamberlain, Joyce Lemkin, Lane Harney, Harriet Bickelman, Barbara Garrey, Donna Nye, Leslie Johnson, and Peggy Hasmer combined to beat our arch-rival, Newton High, in a thrilling last quarter duel. From then on, despite hard practices and good team effort, the team was defeated in its last four games. 158 GIRL'S BASKETBALL SCHE DU LE Varsity NEWTON SOUTH 18 Watertown 17 NEWTON SOUTH 12 Arlington 26 NEWTON SOUTH 15 Newton 13 NEWTON SOUTH 12 Cambridge Latin 20 NEWTON SOUTH 19 Weston 37 NEWTON SOUTH 12 Lincoln-Sudbury 27 NEWTON SOUTH 18 Cambridge Weston 25 J.V. NEWTON SOUTH 8 Watertown 9 NEWTON SOUTH 29 Arlington 11 NEWTON SOUTH 7 Newton 10 NEWTON SOUTH 6 Cambridge Latin 3 NEWTON SOUTH 0 Weston 13 NEWTON SOUTH 5 Lincoln-Sudbury 16 NEWTON SOUTH 17 Cambridge Weston 11 Members of the Girls Leader Corps are selected on the basis of skill and class cooperation and participation. Each member has various duties during the year in- cluding towel service, warm-up exercises, equipment duty, and locker-room duty. Leader Corps gives interested girls an excellent opportunity to participate in ath- letics, at the same time teaching them to accept personal respon- sibility. GIRL'S LEADER CORPS 1 if fi 5 . f Q- 1 tg Q '- fx r I 9,713.0 M 159 V. , .' ii-yn: . , 1, 5535 ' ' .I .. Q QI GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY-Row 1: Donna Bishop, Judy Johnson, Marianne Tournabene, Joyce Lemkin, Andrea Newman. Row 2: Ann Wattine, Janet Carter, Lane Harney, Joan Chamberlain, Donna Nye, Leslie Johnson, Pat Parmenter. Dance Group 160 .Y.. S K JC 'L cz us- GYMNASTICS TEAM-Row I: Linda Laughland. Row 2: Jessyca Greene, Jean Holes. Irna Levison, Andy Newman, Jane Lidman, Janet Carter. Row 3: Debbie Stone, Jane Covich, Bunny Orrill. l VOLLEYBALL TEAM-Row 1: Marcia Owens, Ann ner, Sherri Glickman. Row 3: Donna Nye. Leslie John Morrison, Joyce Lemkin, Judy Johnson, Sheila Byrne, son, Joan Chamberlain, Paula Clement, Susan Zonder Cynthia Brown, Nadine Nelson. Row 2: Brenda Kaitz, man, Peggy Hosmer, Judy Hirsch, Anne Wattine. Lane Harney, Barbara Garrey, Donna Bishop, Lois Cov- 161 w 1 ,4- 162 ,4 x ' wx-. 163 Row 1: David White, Mark Young, Dennis Carroll, Peter Seronick, Robert Wolfe, Capt. William Bridge, Stewart Moss, Christopher Dav- is, Jeffrey Schneider, John Forte, Jeffrey Bergart, Mr. Sutherland. Row 2: Paul Balmuth, John Ariansen, Leonard Finn, Peter Geffin, Rodney Blake, Michael Coleman, Soren Spatzeck-Olsen, Steven Gut- WT HI 2 EUUTH -'XIJC QEITBI dka, l UTR ,- w tix fi. QR 'WK 5 M? Y 0 Q Wo, SOUTH sour l H 09 SUUTN SOUTH INDOOR TRACK The 1964 indoor track team surprised everyone by capturing the league cham- pionship. Determination and tremendous depth were responsible for South's un- precedented success. The Lions lost only a single meet in Division III of the Met League. That loss, to defending champion Cambridge Latin, was incurred by a badly injured team. However, in the seasonis finale, a revived and strengthened Newton South upset undefeated Norwood to finish in a triple tie for the league title. No single runner was responsible for the team's success. Depth permitted Coach Sutherland to shift his runners constantly. Key senior runners were Captain fBill Bridge, Bob Wolfe, David White, Alan Conway, Mark Young, Rodney Bllike, Peter Flemming, Jeff Schneider, and Mike Coleman. Ricky Goldstein won the state meet crown at 300 yards and tied the record. Many events, particularly the dash and the field events were manned by juniors and sophomores, promising continued success next season. Several juniors and sophomores were important competitors this year. NEWTON SOUTH 50 Concord 36 2326 NEWTON SOUTH NEWTON SOUTH 59 Malden Catholic 26 NEWTON SOUTH 38 Cambridge Latin 48 62W Dedham NEWTON SOUTH 60 Milton 25 NEWTON SOUTH 68 Revere 18 NEWTON SOUTH 50 Norwood 36 Goldstein, Mr. DeWinter. UNT SUUU4 :UUTH To, 1 wr SWT Q, aw I Tatlllll sauna SUUT 4 i 164 tell, Alan Conway, David Hunt, Daniel Greenblatt. Row 3 Alan Marcus, Dana Brown, Jose Campos, Kenneth Margolin, Steven Wise man, Richard Michaels, Thomas Allman, David Smookler, John Pen ney, Peter Fleming, Ted Gross. Missing: William Collins Richard QQMT SUUTH JJ is-..-f'1T,.f.,xt-' ,f .W If :A gfiw-"0'b1f!5fv7LD1Q ' 6 H' P151 + 4-1 vw-W an is-wq4.m,w+,.Vf.w I SS" 'Q f wg ,. "4" ,3,,, ,......-...--- -w,i-"'fjl'f., ll, -1 . A AA- " .- ., . -ab:'.-- --- - -A 410' i -. .am s , - 4 4 ' .. , V . k -Inq 165 X Row I: Jason Fishman, Erwin Liverman, Lenny Finkel, Chuck Rezzuti, Dave Kaplan, Mike Nathanson, John Passarini. Row 2: Steve Ward, Bob Geist, Jeff Sones, Art Chansky, Lenny Singer, Tom Boyd, Tom Arbuckle, Gene Kirsten. Row 3: Coach Linscott, Coach Nathanson. Ted Clarke, Neal Schneider, Bob Smith, Steve Mandile, Ron Belt. Dana Jackson. Coach Bechtold. BASEBALL Again this year, the baseball team starts out with a shortage of returning letter- men. Last year's team had a winning record and there is much reason to hope that the Lions will develop rapidly this year as well. Pitching should be South's strong point. Jeff Sones and southpaw Bob Geist are varsity veterans. Coach Linscott expects good relief work from Lenny Finkle. Returning starter Tom Boyd, a near three-hundred hitter last season, anchors the infield. Junior Ted Clarke, also a letterman, is on hand to aid the team this year. As we go to press, competition for the other positions is keen and the starting nine is far from settled. Whatever the starting line-up, Newton South's fine pitching should keep the Lions well up in the Suburban League this season. Just how far depends on how rapidly new men develop. 166 ! +gWT'04, ' 663-I1-EIPJUTB , any 1 ff G 6 fnewffff A 1 H f Aix! a Tennis Team Candidates-Coaches, Mr. Matson, Mr. Manhard. I rw, . , . ' ..x, ,W ,..,..,. 21,51 ' f ' F 'M' as n n N 347, Q ,, Golf Team Candidates-Coach, Mr. Waugh. Track Team Candidates-Coaches, Mr. Kojoyian, Mr. Sutherland, Mr. DeWinter. I 1 11 1.. 1 ..A l 1-fn-r, ...fs W utr- gg ADVERTISEMENTS Alphabetical List of Advertisers Alderman Ernest F. Dietz .. Al Rogan Sports Goods ..,. Anonymous ..........r.,. Anthony's Beauty Creations ,,.. . . Anthor1y's Shoe Repair i..,...... . . Astro Machine 84 Tool Company ..., . . Atwood's Camera Shop ...r..,... . . Barnett Fabric .....,irrr...,. . . Beaconsfield Garage ,...,.,.r...r. .. Beacon Wayside ii..........,.r.,. . . Bennett, Goding And Cooper Co., Inc. , . . . . Berejik Motors .,.......,.r....,. . . Bermar Teen Types .,.r Blacker Bros. .,,... . Bob's Bootery .r.. Bob's Inc. .rr.. . Boston Showcase ...rr..., Boyd, Thomas F. ........ , Boyer, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel . . . . . Broderick Bros. Realtors ...S Carroll's Jenny Station Center Haircutting ..i...r.. Cetlin, Dr. and Mrs. Norman Chamberlain Travel Service , Charterhouse ..,,......,.r Chestnut Hill Co-op Bank , . . Chestnut Hill Travel ....,. Chiswick Cleaners ,..,.... Cities Service .,.r,. f ..... Cleveland Circle Auto School Coilfures Continental .....i Coleman's ...r..i.i.....i Converse Rubber r.,... Corcoran Motors ........ Countryside Beauty Salon . . . Countryside Pharmacy Crowleys Oliice Supplies . , . Cutler House Council .. . David Suvalle Inc. . . . . Dica West ..,...,.. DiMare Bros. . . Eric Stevens ..... , F. W. Woolworth ,..... . Farnsworth Press ......... Fox Travel Service ........ Garbers Auto Driving School Goodwin House Council ..., Greenfield's .,,,.,....,.., Groundis Equipment Co. G. 84 S. Paper Co. ....., , Harold Sisson Co. ...... . Hendricken Bros. ......., . Hickox Secretarial School . . Highland Delicatessen ..., Highland Pharmacy ,... Holmberg 84 Douglas ., .. Homeroom 2101 Howard Johnson's-Needham Iota Phi Jack Lane .,........ . . . Jack's Motors Inc. ..,.. . Jacques , . . J. H. Chandler 84 Son Inc. . . Junior Class Committee Ken Kaye J , , . . Kenneth Hair Design Kerrigen Bros. Inc. . .. La Boutique ..,... Langley Food Shop .... Langley Pharmacy ...... Laura Appleton Interiors Lee-El Beauty Salon Lee Eliot ...,.,...,..,... Lincoln Textile Products .... Luther Paul Co. ...,... . Mass. Envelope ,,.,..... Maxwell-Padelford Co. .... . Meadowbrook Cheerleaders . McLauglin 84 Dennison .... Mells Capitol Shoe Store ..,. Midnite Foods ......,... Modern Electroplating Mr. Sid .,.,.........,. Mutual Produce Co. .,.. . Muzi Motors ......,,.,.., Nathanson, Mrs. Edward Neustadt, Dr. David ...., Newbury Salon Inc. . . . . News Tribune ..,.......,. Newton Auto Top Co. .... . Newton Center Camera and Music Shop Potters ..,........ Newton Newton' Newton Travel Service .. Northeast Smelting Co. Oak Park Pharmacy .... Okemo Cake Kitchen ,. , Paramount Theater .. Play Time .....,.. S ...,............ Prep Shop .,........ Province Jewelry Co. P.T.S.A. ..,..,......... , Pumpernickel Restaurant Purdy Studio ...,....,,. Raytheon ..........,.. Republic Co. .... . Rhodes Pharmacy , . . Roblin Inc. ......., . Sal Rizzo Hair Styles ..., Sandler ...,,.,.,.... Schoenhof's ,....... Scribble Sheets Senior Class S. J. McNeilly ,,....., Soloman, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sophomore Class South Pacific ......,.. Star Market ...... Stowe-Woodward . . . Sweater Shop ........ Telephone Company .. Tony's Italian Villa . . . Tots 'N Teens ...... Vanta-McKem Waban Hardware .... Warner-Watson Inc. ., Wellesley Juniors, Inc. . . . Wheeler House Council Willey Drug Store ...... Windsor Button Shop ,. W. J. Connell Company l 1 Jfnm,-xx . j ff E , 'xv-unuxrl 299 WASHINGTON sr Nifffi' NEWTON 59- MASS ll Compliments of Alderman Ernest F. Dietz La7-4180 Patrons SALON GIGI ASTRO MACHINE-TOOL CO. WALNUT DRUG CO. CATILINA INC. THE ALTMANS SUN VALLEY MANUFACTURING CO MR. 8L MRS. IRVING MEDOFF MELVIN L. CLINE REAL ESTATE THE HOUSE OF ARON STUART INFRA-RED MR. 81 MRS. NATHAN MILLER MR. SL MRS. HARRY CHADIS L. E. GORDON WABAN SUNOCO EASTMAN FLOWER SHOPS SENIOR BREAKFAST CLUB Compliments of The Class of 1966 T0 the Seniors of 1964 the best of everything I 'Q x, I 'I ,ff I .1 -in If-L' KET, T Il :SJ gn M. I ,ni Hi ' 'F f i"' ' X W ?o? yX'Qwmn ihgy , , A N . X gl., M 7' fl ' - 'till NX if ., x..., .lx.,.lu. L f . , i HQ, - . X AMO, 4 , Ttrvw whim. I n f, : X iff X .wx ,I l-will V4 6 ff pl f ill i.i'i1oi-Wil X I t?4'fltlfff ,v . .x l..u 1 . ,J ,, ff x ffxs 'X X f n I jffsgqf 'lf ' E +- " at Xllal X f ,W-iff, kilt, tap will I I will N, AIX ix! Paw' M A I fi - " Q x'.Nf lmlllf the ff- f I Q, ff R Willie it . ff E it glial .GL ff QR 7 WHEELER HousE COUNCIL fl lffi... mm i K x 171 Summer Fall Winter Spring For your 4 season occasions The girl you look at first wears clothes by CORCORAN MOTOR SALES, INC. Ford Jaguar Daimler Miss Wellesley Juniors, Inc. 5,72 B Washington St. Rte 9-Wellesley Hills Wellesley 81, Mass. BARNETT FABRIC STORES ' w fabrics of distinction iQ do if Buttons-Notions-Draperies 305 Centre St. Newton Corner F X l , I All Roads Lead To To f ff Muzl FORD CITY T X , Rf. 128 Exit 56W Needham Hrs. -9 " TN f' f - cf' p - - -. .-.. . ..- M M U C 1 6 CENTER HAIRCUTTING sHoP Q La7-3334 A., I R. 1533-L 12 Pelham St. Newton Centre -1 ,i f"' - a - .ai f I 36 CHAUNCY STREET g , BOSTON, MASS. 7 5 WIN . e-Wfi5?'5g TEL. Humana 2 4989 x 6 ' -4+ ,e "' ' QDRTHSHORE snowrme cam:-:R 3' 1' PEABODY, miss. I!! sa? TEL. Jn-ransom 1-2745 R 202 Wm- 5- CUYYOH lm- glcouinczs Cjswsfzy, gnc. J W 333 WASHINGTDYE 5,355,224 Pnnvmc: ST. RICH UND 2 Q Thanks to the greatest Compllmm of Regulus Stall ever COLEMAWS BARRY BROWN 172 From the S E I OR S There is a call to life, a little sterner And braver forthe earner, learner yearner. Less criticism of the field and court And more preoccupation with the sport. I t makes the prophet in us all presage The glory of the next Augustan age Of a power leading from strength and pride, Of young ambition eager to be tried, Firm in our free beliefs without dismay, In any game the nations want to play. A golden age of poetry and power Of which this noonday's the beginning hour. Robert Frost for The Inauguration of John F. Kennedy 173. bermar teen types 71 union street, newton centre fashions for the junior miss COMPLIMENTS HOWARD JOHNSON 1 First Ave., Needham HI 4-6360 Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH Newton Highlands i 1 THE PLAY TIME TOYS at ARTS 2' CRAFTS i' HOBBIES 283 Broadway Arlington Center 74, Massachusetts Telephone Mlssion 8-3230 UTLER Compliments of MUTUAL Congratulations to the Class of ,64 from PRODUCE, INC. IOTA PHI SORORITY lO HOUSE FARGO --- BOSTON CWhoop! Whoop! Whoopi? ,.. 1 x s- . 1 l X . u'4 r fx, M5 x gr a f . A-1 Congratulations to the Glass of 1964 , xx r .-,. fi P 'f f -. M X X , i"qx Because of the many opportunities Q ' 4 that exist today in science and engineering, Raytheon hopes you will give some thought to a career in one of these fields. Consider, if you will, the exciting frontiers of scientific discovery which can make this a better world in which to live. f zu fxm- ,H Scientists and engineers at Raytheon lilly' ...,l, 1 'LLX , X sq- - Nl, I fa X X .- A nr I X, f, ,f l have helped make many of the past year's headlines in such diverse areas as ' missiles, space, radar, semiconductors and electronic tubes. - Tomorrow it may be your turn. ,, ll... .AJ , , I" lil . 4 ' liixx il?-U Il, N ii'-,fu ruin' V V' l , M , .QQW fr. ' a iff ' l ft- na I". lfmnn ul" r 175 NEWTCN SCUTH PTSA I 6 Q Anrs FESTIVAL 0 o lY LIBRARY BACK T0 ' 5 1960-1964 From a joint beginning Toward a common goal gratulations to the Class SCHOOL 1 C g tlt tothe REGULUS STAFF and best wishes to the CLASS OF 1964 from LAURA APPLETCN INTERICRS 177 PURDY STUDIO NEW ENGLANDZS' FOREMOST PHOTOGRAPHERS 'A' 567 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 'A' OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER NEWTON SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1964 N 178 A TELEPHONE JOB OFFERS BOTH CAREER AND SOCIAL SATISFACTION WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE, why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company You'll love the friendly young people who'll work with you, and the many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding. OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary should climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits, security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates. TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT, vital to the effective communications of the community, the nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full salary, even without previous job experience. Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE 179 ll ' 9 A I GARBERS AUTO ' DRIVING SCHOOL Se, O ld A tv: A ' 3, Newtonville Office 1 Q ' Q. 763 Washington Street 'N I . f traditional De2-210O 'N-4 and f?ShiO11 Brookline oiiice gh Clothms for 1406 Beacon Street f I young men who 1164-2100 7 . -Q0 1' ' know the difference , I I - ' GARBERS PUTS YOU BEHIND 'S the WHEEL . . . with CONFIDENCE A DRIVER EDUCATION COURSES newton centre 44 langley rd. la 7-9339 527-9430 969-8428 Route 9 TOWN LINE CITIES sERvIcE " C , Repair Work-Lubrication-Tune-Ups-Brake Work a 63011 ue, nc, COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE SNOW PLOWING AND ROAD SERVICE 3 P O H T 3 W E A R VIN. LUPO 249 Centre Street Newton, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. . CHISWICK CLEANERS, INC. Cr0w1ey'S 055120 SUPPIICS 663 Sawmill Brook Parkway Stationery School Oak NCWIOH 59, BIZISS. "All Cleaning Done at Our Own Plant" Fur Storage Newtonville Free Pick-up and Delivery Service Newton LA 7-9857 Framingham TR 3-3300 C2111 NEWTON TRAVEL SERVICE Z 0 I DE 2-7714 Q . . HOBBIES For information on 'i STUDENT TOURS 1- F I x-I EUROPE U.S,A. 1' SUPPLIES CANADA MEXICO , WORLD'S FAIR THE PUMPERNICKEL TOTS 'N TEENS . restaurant-delicatessen Newtonville-Bedford-Stoughton Hancock Village W. Roxbury Sue Gail Nancy Leslie Bonnie The THE MEADOWBROOK CHEERLEADERS G- 3- 5- PAPER CUMPANY L11 Eileen Gayle Amy Alice dependable paper merchants 180 l 1 q 1 LUTHER PAUL CO. Serving the Newtons Since 1881 Coal - Fuel Oils - Coke Mobil Heat Mobil Kerosene Oil Burner Sales Installation Service CALL BI 4-0590 81 Union St. Newton Centre Nights, Sundays and Holidays call BI 4-2212 I 1 if l DEcatur 2-143 8 NEWTON AUTO TOP CO., INC. Convertible Tops - Seat Covers Automobile Upholstery 873 Walnut Street Corner Beacon Street NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. U ll VB 'Cluuclc 944.12081 A I. L S TA R BASKETBALL SHOE '-.N Km lt's been Converse All Star all-the-wayg a 49-year record of coach and player preference a 49-year record of wins, titles, "'w'1: .: Ew 2gf 1Q. 'lI I ' acceptance all over the world. The "unbeatable basketball shoe". Tops in construction, performance, reputation. Also makers of canvas Playtime Footwear for the entire family CUNVERSE RUBBER COMPANY, mints 4a, miss THE NEWS TRIBUNE Complete Insurance Protection Roblin Insurance Agency, Inc. 667 Saw Mill Brook Pkwy. WO 9-8150 843 Beacon Street V , Newton Centre INC. 9 N WABAN HARDWARE 1641 Beacon St., Waban, Mass. HARDIVARE-PAINTS-OILS Garden Supplies, Kitchenware, Household Sundries Tel. Blgelow 4-4566 1 r i l Diamonds-Watches-Gifts HENDRICKEN BROS. jewelers-Silversmiths 45 Lincoln Street Newton Highlands ERIC STEVENS Outfitters for Boys II46 Beacon St.-Newton, Moss. IRVING BLACK DEcotur 2-3320 l 1 1 I 1 GROUNDS EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Graely-International 84 Cadet Tractors Sales Sc Service Reel Sc Rotary Lawn Mowers Snow Blower-Throwers-Plows GREENFIELD'S Sweaterville U.S.A. Sweaters Sportswear 140 Glen Ave. Newton Centre SCI'lOENI'IOF'S Widest Selection of Foreign Books in New England 1280 Mall. Avo.. Cambridge 38. Mau. IUPPUSITE WIDENEPI 383 Boylston Street BI 4-7541 MAXWELL-PADELFORD CO., INC. Offices and Warehouse I7 Brook Road, Needham Heights 94, Moss. Your OLDSMOBILE dealer serving in Newton BEREJIK MOTORS, INC. 126 Highland Avenue Needham HI 4-4797 AL ROGAN-Sports Goods 327 Washington Street Newton 58, Mass. DAVID SUVALLE, INC. Plumbing-Heating Appliances 20 Woodward Street Newton Highlands i Compliments of .fmahy Zia, vga: HAIR STYLISTS DE 2-0444 ASPINWALL 7-6117 1 - 1- I - - - r Confidence in Carpets BEACQN ATWOOD'S CAMERA SHOP Floor Coverings Wayside Shops 1296 Centre Street LA 7-1773 Newton Centre 59, Mass. DE 2-4530 21 Pelham Street Newton Centre 1 i 1 1 1 i Compliments of MRS. EDWARD NATHANSON T. FRANK WILLEY Pharmacist Telephone Blgelow 4-4266 32 Lincoln Street, Newton Highlands 61, Mass. BOB'S BOOTERY at Coolidge Corner for shoes that match your gown Compliments of DR. AND MRS. NORMAN M. CETLIN Compliments' of COUNTRYSIDE PHARMACY 98 Winchester St. fCor. Dedham Sty Newton Highlands BI 4-8600 BOSTON SHOWCASE COMPANY 1300 Tremont Street Boston 20, Mass. McLAUGHLIN 8a DENNISON CAMERAS Lowest Discount Prices Call: WE 3-0327 "SHOP WOOLWORTH'S FIRST" 119 Centre St. Newton Centre, Mass. Best Wishes To The Class of 1964 LINCOLN TEXTILE PRODUCTS, CO. Compliments of WARNER-WATSON, INCORPORATED Actuaries FOR THE VERY FINEST Pizza Italian Food TONY'S ITALIAN VILLA Complete Take-out Service 34 Jackson Street, Newton Centre foff Route 9j Tel. LA 7-3525 FOX TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 100 Winchester Street Newton Highlands Tel. WO 9-8550 THOMAS F. BOYD Attorney at Law 353 Washington Street Brighton, Massachusetts 02135 Residence: BI 4-8376 Office: ST 2-0656 l BRODRICK Bnos., REALTORS JOHN N. 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Qaiief Telephone LAseII 7-3000 Newton Upper Falls 64, Moss 186 332-7030 332-7031 JACQUES Apparel for Gentlemen Stan Marquedaunt 345 Washington St. Manager Newton Corner, Mass. Telephone 423-0430 A4 famgvvorth street, bostgr, 70 massachuse,-I 55 sz-is Y Ag-N 9,6 SVVQRTH 9 Diesel Fuel Injection Service Electric Power-Tool Service Automotive-Aircraft-Marine Supplies W. J. CONNELI. CO. Phone DE 2-3630 210 NEEDHAM STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS QBoston 645, Mass. LANGLEY PHARMACY S. Block Sc R. Viselman, Pharmacists 431 Langley Rd. cor. Rte. 9 Newton Centre, Mass. 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Paula Tannenbaum, William Taylor, Beverly Woo, David Yam- ins, Elizabeth York. ASTRONOMY CLUB Advisor: Mr. Silluzio President: Gerald Bunick Vice-President: Bruce Novak Secretary: Richard Lasker Treasurer: Irving Frutkoff Rodney Blake, Carl Kramer, Jeffrey Mann, Gilbert Marcy. Robert Moses, Bob Myerson, John Umine, Ross Zoll. BLUE SQUAD Monday: Carl Glickman, Paysen Greene, Steve Guttell, Bruce Parie, Robert Perlman, Jeffrey Rome, Steve Ross, Lloyd Smith, Alan Soll, Richard Springham, Edward Westerman. Tuesday: Laurence Abramson, Jeffrey Bergart, Jordan Born- stein, William Carlo, Daniel Cleveland, William Doherty, Dav- id Filios, Dana Fitzgerald, Dana Flynn, Eliot Goldberg, David Harwood, Richard Ochs, Charles Oteri, Andrew Rademaker, Richard Shotz, Franklin Swartz, Howard Tanger, Mark Young. Wednesday: Ted Bagley, Barry Caplan, Payson Greene, Rich- ard Poutas, James Rimalover, George Rodman, Gearald Ro- senberg, Marc Rosenthal, Martin Rotberg, Richard Shaer, Jay Waldman. Thursday: Bruce Carlin, William Carlo, Richard Clemens, Mark Cohen, Alan Conway, Carl Glickman, Bruce Karlin, Elliot Marks, Paul McComiskey, John McGuinnes, David Min- dick, Kenneth Mulhern, Fredric Philips, Stephen Sampson, Phi- lip Shubert. Friday: Thomas Allman, Ted Bagley, Richard Bloom, Peter Breacher, William Brige, Arthur Colpack, Donald Eames, Paul Epi, Richard Halperin, Richard Michels, Gunner Nordahl, Wil- liam Seidenberg, Steve White. ' CHEERLEADERS Facility Advisor.' Miss Skogsberg Captain: Adelle Vreeland Julie Burgess, Molly Collins, Anne Fisher, Kathy Rourke, Mer- ry Thompson, Ruth Whitney, Donna Winn. CHESS CLUB Faculty Advisor: Mr. Giroux President: Neal Shapiro .S'ecretary: Peter Crews Vice-President: Doug Sherman Treasurer: Marc Alpert Steve Babbitt, Peter Burt, Barry Caplan, David Coltin, David Cutler, Peter Dolnick, Jack Epstien, Paul Golder, Steve Gold- man, Paul Gluck, Steve Kruger, Ed Rothberg, Mike Sandberg, John Watkins, Steve White. CONCERT CHOIR lohn Abrahams, Ina Ames, Laurie Asherman, Dianne Balcom, Robert Barron, Robin Bernstein, Pamela Bishop, Marilyn Bo- mwsky, Jane Broudy, Roberta Clark, Mark Cohen, Adelaide Collier, Constance Cotter, Andrea Dank, Jeff Dexter, Paula Druker, Edward Dutton, Bruce Fade, Debra Filiurin, Rita Flanagan, Heidi Freidman, Robert Gass, Deborah Glaser, Jane Green, Sharon Hall, Drew Heyman, Priscilla Howell, Mary Huard, Daniel Lax, Russell Lightman, Carol McCuspie, Gail Patterson, Pat Parmenter, Rebecca Portnoi, John Shapiro, San- dra Simblist, Geoffrey Steinberg, Carol Stomberg, Mal Spitz, David Thompson, Joan Umina, Iris Yoffa, Richard Wolbarsh. CUTLER HOUSE COUNCIL President: Mark Rosenthal Vice-President: Enid Shulman Secretary: Jane Cohen Treasurer: Terry Young Rep. to Associates Council: Carl Glickman, Nancy Bean, Judy Bloom, Domenic Colasacco, Bruce Fireman, Elaine Gasbarri, Norma Linsky, Mitchell Lunin, Ellen Nollanan, Dwight Palmer, Greta Soep, Judy Stanfield, Don Todrin, Mike White, Sue Zonderman. DEBATING SOCIETY President: Mark Wolf Vice-President: Bruce Karlin Jo Alper, Peter Blustein, Eileen Boris, Ron Burakoff, Judy Chandler, Allana Cline, Stan Cole, Bruce Collins, Mark Cutler, Barbara Eskin, Robert Freedman, Robert Goldman, Richard Greene, Mark Homonoff, Robert Kaplan, Bruce Karlin, Bruce Kirle, Carl Kramer, Manja Kreiks, Richard Lasker, Jim Oser, Rebecca Portnoi, Dick Reimer, Paul Rosenberg, Connie Roud, Larry Turner, Don Tofias, Mark Wolf. DENEBOLA STAFF Editor-in-Chief: Frani Spiegel News Editor and Graphic Correspondent: Linda Dannenberg Business Editor: Kenneth Morris Sports Editor: Mark Scheier Headline Editor: Richard Danca Editorial Editor: Audrey Biller Makeup Editor: Jerry Durbin Circulation Manager: Marc Alpert Copy Editor: Paul Rosenberg Ass't. Sports Editor: Stuart Green Exchange Editor: Nathan Birnbaum A ss't. Features Editor: Stephen Macdonald Free Lance Feature Writers: Eve Jacobs, Patty Nesson, Bar- bare Miller. Reporters: Joan Annis, Amy Kraft, Lois Shneider, Toby Swartz. DRAMA GUILD President: Franklin Levy Sandra Simblist, Amy Kraft, Steven Kaplan, Sandy Toll, Sandy Siegal, Norma Starr, Sue Mordecai, Bob Lewis, Leslie Swartz, Beverly Shatz, Judie Wainer, Heidi-Linda Margolis, Sharon Hall, Phyllis Levine, Bruce Kirle, Carole Weinstein, Toni Sher- man, Elayne Grodberg, Deborah Epstein, James Walbarsht, Carol Gordon, Betsy Leyton, Lucy Needleman, Frederika Lieb- man, Jane Levine, Ellen Orkin, Irene Kline, Susan Lewis, Joan Schwachman, Lannie Adelman, Johanna Alper, Ina Ames, Ste- phanie Block, Arline Weinstein, Naomi Coxman, Carolyn Min- kin, Ruth Zaplin, Judy Mindel, Jill Tarmy, Rosalie Phillips, Beverly Woo, Joan Abrahams, Willa Goodman, Janie Bliss, Wendy Ross, Sharon Bornstein, Judy Katz, Penny Baron, Na- dine Nelson, Adelle Vreeland, Janet Bronstein, Nancy Berg- man, Leslie Shurin, Beverly Fraser, Jill Silverman, Marc Corn- blatt, Martha Goldman, Audrey Solomon, Janis Jones, Marilyn Newman, Janie Covich, Caryn Goldberg, Joanie Gerler, Linda Glick, Woody Tanger, Laurie Aherman, Lesley Rosenburg, Ellen Nollman, Mary Ellen Fawcett. FOLK SONG CLUB Ina Ames, Robert Atwell, Geoff Belifante, John Burrowes, Alan Cohen, Gil Cohen, Stanley Cole, Stu Forman, Steve Fowle, Chris Franklin, Larry Frump, Joan Golub, Jay Gondle- man, Carol Gordon, Judy Halperin, Pam Jay, Lucy Needleman, Neil Nyren, Fred Portnoy, Robert Runstein, Pete Seeger, John Shapiro, David Stoppleman, Dave Winer, Steve Woodbury. FRENCH CLUB Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Zephir President: Laurie Altman Vice-President: Marjorie Saltzberg Treasurer: Nancy Bergman Secretary: Sandra Shaw Herb Aarons, Ilene Andler, Linda Angelone, Linda Baker, Harvey Baler, Penny Baron, Debby Benson, Jane Bloom, Bill Bridge, Anne Brudevold, Ron Burakoff, Pat Burke, Janet Car- ter, Anita Chiriboga, Vincent Cioffari, Linda Cipriano, Steve Clayman, Paula Clement, Alanna Cline, Barbara Cogan, Mar- gie Cohan, Stanley Cole, Mark Cutler, Vivian D'Amico, Sandy Danburg, Jerry Durbin, Rosemary Ednas, Andy Gilson, Sue Glaser, Linda Glick, Jay Gold, Joanie Golub, Nancy Goodman, Diane Gordon, Janie Green, Jerry Green, Elayne Grodberg. Nancy Hearst, Ellen Hirsch, Martha Hirsch, Emily Homonoff, Mark Homonoif, Glenn Jarrett, Susan Jerome, Debbie Kadish, Ellen Kaplan, Jeanne Kaswell, Barbara Kellaway, Isabel King, Bruce Kirle, Barbara Knowles, Lesley Kushner, Judy Lelchock, Marsha Levenson, Carolyn Levosky, Susan Lewis, Jane Lid- man, Paula Lieb, Carol Litvin, Ralph Locke, Roz Lofchie, Liz Lytle, Carolyne Mandell, Nathalie Meyerhoff, Roz Miller, Ronny Milstein, Judi Mindel, Chantal Moreau, Bennett Morse, Connie Myer, Susan Neiman, Nadine Nelson, Paula Newman, Ellen Nollman, Harriet Polishook, Sue Pontius, Cathy Riu, Jerry Russell, Susan Schuft, Marcia Seeler, Ellen Shapiro, John Shapiro, Stephen Shaw, Lee Sherman, Marjorie Shulman, Alan Shwachman, Barbara Siegel, Marcy Silverman, Audrey Solo- mont, Edie Solomont, Robin Stahl, Cynthia Sugerman, Lesley Swartz, Sherri Swartz, Toby Swartz, Roz Terban, Barbara Wal- lace, Anne Wattinne, Barbara Weiner, Carole Weinstein, Roz Weinstein, Carol Weisberg, Linda Winn, Doug Wise, Steven Woodbury, Libba York, Barry Zietman. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Ina Ames, Leslie Berk, Steli Bloch, Sharyn Bornstein, Janet Bronstein, Anita Chiraboga, Barbara Cogan, Libby Cooper, Sharyn Coyne, Vivian D'Amico, Joanne Ehrlich, Rosemary Ednas, Miriam Finch, Anne Fisher, Wanda Gold, Cathy Horo- witz, Linda Kaplan, Ellen Kaplan, Judi Katz, Hamet Levine, Natalie Myerhoff, Eileen Millane, Elinor Needle, Dena Novich, Patrica Parmenter, Barbara Paul, Harriet Polishook, Nancy Richardson, Ruth Sagansky, Margie Shecter, Lois Shnieder, Margie Shulluian, Linda Sokol, Cindy Strobl, Ellen Swartz, Merry Thompson, Sandy Toll, Barbara Weiner, Ronna Zeid- man. GERMAN CLUB President: Paul Rosenberg Vice-President: Carl Kramer Treasurer: Donald Tolias Secretary: Stanley Forman John Belinsky, Sandra Bryant, Daniel Cleveland, Frank Cono- han, Jerry Durbin, Stuart Forman, Steve Lerman, Dina Port- noy, Nancy Wise, Philip Woodbury. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD President: Judith Hirsch Vice-President: Joan Chamberlain Secretary: Malvina Spitz Treasurer: Julie Burgess Sports Chairman: Barbara Garrey Apparatus: Linda Laughland, Irna Levison Archery: Barbara Kellaway Badminton: Barbara Holsberg Basketball: Harriet Bickelman, Lane Harney Fencing: Naomi Corman Field Hockey: Kathy Carson, Leslie Johnson Leader Corps: Anne Medaglia, Janet Carter, Edie 'Solomont Publicity: Lois Covner, Peggy Hosmer Softball: Donna Nye, Anne Morrison Tennis: Anne Powell, Marilyn Grossman Volleyball: Joyce Lemkin GIRLS CHORUS Faculty Advisor: Mr. Kaplan Johanne Anderson, Harriet Bickleman, Stephanie Block, Paula Clement, Lynell Cleveland, Carol Epstein, Martha Goldman, Roberta Gurevich, Geraldine Hersh, Janet MacCausland, Jac- queline Perlstein, Barbara Rice, Roberta Snyder, Carol Shuman, Barbara Smith, Nancy Stone, Meredith Thompson, Anne Wat- tinne, Elizabeth York. GOODWIN HOUSE COUNCIL President: Robert Ackman Vice-President: Marjorie Barkin Secretary: Donna Perry Treasurer: Michelle Citron Member-at-large to the Associates Council: Bob Gladstone Julisse Anapolle, Susan Asquith, Helen Berman, Robin Brenner, William Carlo, Kathy Carson, Mitchelle Citron. Dan Cleve- land, Judy Cohen, Edward Cohen, Alexis Dailey, Richard Dan- ca, Betty D'Eugenio, Richard Egbert, Dana Fitzgerald, Robert Gladstone, Willa Goodman, Marjorie Gould, Marlene Hadge, Audrey Jacobs, Brenda Kaitz, Norman Kaswell, Marilyn Korit- sky, Erwin Liverman, Edward Levin, Arthur Levine, Carolyn Levosky, Carolyn Mirkin, Lucy Needleman, Paula Neuman, Donna Perry, Jane Pogatch, Paula Rosen, Steve Ross, Barbara Sanwald, Diane Seder, Pam Shain, Elaine Shainker, Jon Sha- piro, Linda Shuman, Karen Snyder, Sandra Toll, Steve White, James Wolbarsht, Beverly Woo. FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisor: Mr. DeWinter Laurie Altman, Audrey Biller, William Bridge, Anne Brude- vold, William Durbin, Ellen Hirsch, Barbara Knowles, Ellen Nollman, Leslie Rosoff, Sandra Shaw, Ellen Wexler, Donna Winn, Linda Winn. ICTUS Editor: Joan Lezar Literary: Heidi-Linda Margolis, Nancy Baer, Marlene Hadge. Clerical: Dina Portnoy Circulation: Eileen Boris, Marjorie Saltzberg. Advisor: Mr. G. P. Nye HOME ROOM MANAGERS Cutler: Joan Durbin, Bob Epstein, Judy Freed, Jay Gold, Judy Gould, Jeanne Holmes, Donna Nye, Richard Rest, Lory Roroff, Stephen Shaw, Margie Shecter, Cheryl Sneider, Steve Weisman, Debbie Weiss, Mark Wolf, Rhonda Younge. Goodwin: Steve Black, Lois Daley, Holli Daytz, Gail Epstein, Beth Forber, Carol Gordon, Jessica Green, Leila Migroom, Patty Nesson, Jane Pogatch, Helen Rosser, Donna Shelf, Sill Tarmy, Don Tofias, Sue Waldman, Beverly Woo. Wheeler: Joan Annis, Carolyn Aries, Penny Banon, Paula Clement, Isabel King, Elliot Lobel, Barbara Miller, Jim Oshry, Rick Phillips, Ricky Phillips, Donna Ramirez, Carlos Roberts, Susan Schuft, Dorothy Whalen, Steve Wolfson. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Faculty Advisor: Mr. Sutherland President: Rachel Radlo Vice-President: Lee Sherman Secretary: Jane Hopengarten Treasurer: Johanna Alper Teddy Arsenault, Yvonne Baginsky, Harvey Bailer, Dick Bloom, Susan Bloom, Eileen Boris, Janice Cortell, Pat Daitch. Barry Dashefsky, Bobby Freeman, Stuart Green, Mark Ho- monoff, Dana Jackson, Glenn Jarrett, Bandoo Kale, Edward Kalman, Elliot Kaplan, Barbara Knowles, Biff Levy, Jon Licht- er, Susan Miller, Peter Orlov, John Penny, Connie Rowd, Allan Soll, Paul Spigel, Norma Stein, David Stoppelman, Woody Tanger, Val Vidal. JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE President: Barry Dashefsky Vice-President: Paula Tannenbaum Secretary: Ann Chambers Treasurer: Lisa Anapole Associates Council Reps: Nancy Newwll, Libby Yolk Advisor: Mr. Carey Susan Asquith, Linda Angelone, Susan Aries, Peter Bassett, Debbie Benson, Jane Bloom, Judith Brody, Judy Davidson, Val Eckhardt, Bob Gass, Jay Gold, Barbara Holsberg, Debbie Ka- dish, Jeanne Kaswell, Steve Kaplan, Jane Klein, Sunny Lank, Dick Lasker, Dede Leshay, George Malone, Ralph Meyer, Ken Morris, Steve Moss, Neil Nyren, Cookie Poplin, Dina Portnoy, Amy Ritzhaupt, Bob Roseman, Lyn Rosoif, Dick Rossman, Connie Roud, Liz Shor, Roz Terban, Bob Tobin, Susan Ya- mins, Terry Young. LATIN CLUB Faculty Advisor: Miss Ashley President: Barbara Wallace V ice-President: Allison Binder Secretary: Caroline Poplin Treasurer: Emily Homonoff Historian: Carolyn Levosky Eileen Boris, Sharon Coyne, Jane Cohen, Barry Dashefsky, Joan Durbin, Robert Freeman, Joan Golub, Richard Ham- mond, Cathy Horowitz, Bruce Kirle, Bruce Kowal, Marcia Levinson, Raph Locke, Amie Metagld, Valerie Myeb, Susan Neiman, Susan Reichenback, Iris Rosenthal, Jane Shindler, Norma Starr, Paula Thomas, Linda Winn, Beverly Woo SENIOR LEADER CORPS L. Altman, C. Aries, R. Bernstein, P. Bishop, J. Burgess, J. Cormier, M. Fawcett, D. Filurin, E. Gasbarri, J. Greene, L. Halperin, J. Hirsch, A. Hogan, L. Johnson, T. Lakin, J. Lezar, R. Levy, J. McCarthy, A. Medaglia, A. Morrison, M. Owens, N. Postar, A. Robinson, J. Rosenberg, L. Rosoff, P. Rudy, E. Shulman, B. Siegal, M. Spitz, D. Stone, K. Snyder, D. Trow- bridge, E. Wexler, D. Winn, A. Vreeland, J. Young. JUNIOR LEADER CORPS L. Anapolle, J. Annis, S. Aries, M. Barkin, L. Berdy, J. Brace- land, P. Burke, J. Carter, A. Chambers, L. Covner, J. David- son, B. Farber, R. Feldberg, C. Frazier, J. Green, M. Green, J. Holmes, B. Holsberg, P. Hosmer, D. Kadish, B. Kelloway, S. Lank, L. Laughland, D. Leshay, S. Lewis, J. Mahoney, R. Mogul, N. Newell, M. Novack, P. Parmenter, S. Pransky, D. Portnoy, L. Rosoff, K. Rourke, M. Seeler, E. Shor, K. Slade, S. Steinberg, C. Stomberg, J. Thompson, M. Thompson, B. Wal- lace, R. Whitney, L. York, S. Zonderman. SOPHOMORE LEADER CORPS H. Anderson, J. Antick, L. Barron, L. Berk, D. Bishop, J. Bloom, F. Broudy, M. Burgess, S. Byrne, P. Chase, E. Cohen, J. Cohen, S. Cotler, L. Collins, L. Cooper, L. Dine, L. Garber, W. Goodman, L. Holsberg, A. Jacobs, A. Karsh, W. Lee, E. Marks, C. Miller, S. Mordeccai, M. Nathanson, A. Newman, J. Orrill, K. Robinson, B. Romanow, J. Schwartz, A. Solomon, E. Solomont, E. Swartz, M. Tichnor, S. Toll, M. White, B. Woo R. Ziedman. 1 LIBRARY CLUB Faculty Advisor: Miss Trowbridge Bill Baker, Liz Buchure, Carol Carey, Vivian D'Amico, Bonnie Donovan, Carol Epstein, Priscilla Gilbert, John Gordon, Sue Gross, Barbara Kellaway, Laurie Kimball, Mollie Koslow, El- len Krauss, Paula Rosen, Barbara Rubin, Sue Sanderson, Ro- berta Snyder, GeofTrey Sugerman. MADRIGALS Laurie Asherman, Roberta Clarke, Mark Edinberg, Faith Ferre Rita Hanagan, Robert Gass, Deborah Glaser, Payson Greene, Susan Hallett, Sharon Hall, Bruce Kader, Laurie Kimball Cindy Levenson, Judith Mindell, Susan Mordecai, Rebecca 9 1 Portnoi, Pat Parmenter, James Rimalover, Robert Schneider, Marcy Segal, John Shapiro, Jill Silverman, Jeff Steinberg, Sue Waldman, David Yamins. MATH CLUB Sophomores: Leonard Finn, Jim Horowitz, Susan Jerome, Peter Ordov, Bill Taylor, Beverely Woo. Juniors: Paul Balmuth, Stanley Cole, Sheldon Fisherman, Car- ol Gordon, Carl Kremes, Steve Rosenthal, Stephen Shaw, John Shapiro. Seniors: Mark Alpert, Bruce Karlin, Eric Kramer, Mitch Lu- nin, Carolyn Sadow, Sandra Shaw. MATH TEAM Mark Alpert, Stanley Cole, John Horwitz, Bruce Karlin, Sandy Shaw, Steve Shaw. MIXED CHORUS Ted Arsenault, Nancy Baer, Allison Binder, Vicki Boynick, Roberta Boynick, Diane Brodsky, Sandra Bryant, Elizabeth Buchine, Jose Campo, Linda Caplan, Betty D'Eugenio, Debo- rah Epstein, Donald Eskin, Juilia Gavina, Sandra Goldberg, Sara Goldsmith, Diane Gorfinkle, Carolyn Grossman, Susan Hallett, Cynthia Himelfarb, David Hunt, Julie Julius, Ellen Kaplan, Jeanne Kaswell, Barbara Kellaway, Laurie Kimball, Christine Lambert, Celia Levison, Caron Lewis, Joan Lezar, Stephen MacDonald, Judith Mindel, Susan Mordecai, Donna Perry, James Rimalover, Linda Sandler, Robert Schneider, Ju- dith Schacter, Marcia Seeler, Marjorie Segal, Linda Shapiro, Joan Shwachman, Madeline Shames, Richard Silver, Gill Sil- verman, Robert Ward, Susan Wiener, David Yamins, Martha Young. MODERN DANCE CLUB Faculty Advisor: Miss Provost Laurie Asherman, Leslie Barron, Jane Couich, Joni Defelice, Paula Druker, Debby Epstein, Beth Farber, Debby Glaser, Carol Kaplan, Arlene Karsh, Jane Levine, Linda Linn, Nancy Marks, Lucy Needleman, Rosalie Phillips, Dina Portnoy, Kathy Robinson, Betty Romanow, Norma Starr, Sandy Toll, Leslie Weinrabe, Sue Yamins. MUSIC CLUB Faculty Advisor: Mr. Kaplan President: Sue Waldman Vice-President: Sandra Bryant Secretary: Val Eckardt Treasurer: Bobby Gass Program Chairman: Marjorie Barkin Joan Abrahams, Inan Ames, Heather Anderson, Nancy Baer, Margie Barkin, Audrey Biller, Vicki Boynick, Cindy Brown, Anne Brudevold, Sandra Bryant, Ann Chambers, Anita Chiri- boga, Paula Clement, Alanna Cline, Francine Cohen, Janice Cortell, Barry Dashefsky, Mark Edinberg, Faith Ferre, Debbie Filiurin, Jeanne Finkel, Enid Goody, Margie Gould, Jane Greene, Linda Halperin, Gerry Hersch, Judy Kaufman, Barbara Knowles, Harriet Levine, Ralph Locke, Carol MacCuspie, Judi Mindel, Bob Myerson, Nadine Nelson, Eliot Norman, Ricki Radlo, Alan Savanders, Stan Schaffer, Barbara Seigel, John Shapiro, Mal Spitz, Carol Stomberg, Cindy Strobl, Woody Tanger, Paula Tannenbaum, Beverly Woo. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisor: Mrs. Allen President: Ellen Wexler Vice-President: Steven Woodbury Secretary: Sandra Shaw Treasurer: Mark Wolf Lawrence Abramson, Lannie Adelman, Johanna Alper, Marc Alpert, Laurie Altman, Yvonne Baginsky, Robert Baron, Au- drey Biller, Allison Binder, Nathan Birnbaum, Pamela Bishop Richard Bloom, Susan Bloom, Peter Brecher, William Bridge, Barry Brown, Anne Brudevold, Sandra Bryant, Julia Burgess, Vincent Ciotlari, Judith Cohen, Naomi Corman, Marc Corn- 5 d blatt, Alexandra Dailey, Linda Dannenberg, Cynthia Davis, Betty D'Eugenio, William Durbin, David Enegess, David Filios, Peter Fleming, Beverly Fraser, Paul Gluck, Paul Golder, Carol Grassilli, James Hennessey, Ellen Hirsch, Judith Hirsch, Carol Kaplan, James Kaplan, Bruce Karlin, Barbara Knowles, Caro- lyn Levosky, Franklin Levy, Joan Lezar, Pamela MacNair, Dwight Martin, James McAuliffe, Judith Melvin, Geoffrey Mil- ler, Carolyn Mirkin, Eric Morgenthal, Ellen Nollman, Bruce Novak, Barbara Oppenheim, Robert Perlman, Rachel Radlo, Susan Reichenbach, Carolyn Sadow, Neal Shaprio, Sandra Shaw, Lee Sherman, Barbara Siegel, Adele Smith, Judith Soltz, Frances Spiegel. Deborah Stone, Deborah Trowbridge, Ellen Wexler, Donna Winn, Linda Winn, Mark Wolf, Steven Wood- bury, David Yamins, Mark Young. ORCHESTRA Audrey Biller, Robin Brenner, Anne Brudevold, Linda Cipri- ano, Michelle Citron, Alanna Cline, Jane Cohen, Joseph Dur- ocher, Ralph Esterman, Deborah Glaser, Jay Gondelman, Enid Goody, Payson Greene, Carol Kaplan, Robert Kaplan, Bruce Karlin, Bruce Kirle, Mark Kopins, Bruce Kowal, Jane Kumin, Eugene Mandell, Gilbert Marcy, Judy Mindell, Eliot Norman, John Penney, Rosalie Phillips, Ricki Radlo, Alan Savnders. Robert Schneider, Stephen Shaw, Lunda Sherman, Carol Stom- berg, Philip Woodbury, Steven Woodbury, Terry Young. P.T.S.A. REPRESENTATIVES Margie Barkin, Peter Brecher, Enid Shulman PEP SQUAD Diane Balcom, Sharon Bloom, Roberta Boyd, Vicki Boynick, Robin Brenner, Ruth Carson, Jan Currie, Cindy Davis, Gail Epstein, Susan Farber, Elain Gasbarri, Enid Goody, Diane Gorfinkle, Nancy Gowan, Carol Grossman, Marilyn Grossman, Roberta Gurevich, Ellen Hirsh, Gerry Hirsh, Anne- Hogan, Mivian Hurwitz, Eve Jacobs, Leslie Johnson, Janice Keating, Barbara Knowles, Irna Levinson, Judy Melvin, Barbara Mc- Guire, Carol MacCuspie, Susan Monto, Anne Morrison, Shirley Nahabedian, Judy Nehlick, Marcia Owens, Anne Powell, Ro- chelle Roberts, Linda Sandler, Judy Schachter, Dede Seder, Carol Shapiro, Barbara Siegel, Barbara Smith, Margie Smith, Roberta Snyder, Mal Spitz, Judy Stanfield, Janet Swett, Ellen Wayne, Iris Yoffa. REFLECTIONS Faculty Advisor: Mr. Caras Literary: Laurie Altman, Yvonne Baginsky, Marjorie Barkin, Audrey Biller, Anne Brudevold, Stanley Cob, Ellen Hirsh, Jane Kumin, Steve MacDonald, John Mann, Eliot Norman, Lee Sherman, Adele Smith, Barbara Wallace, Philip Woodbury, Steven Woodbury. Art: Susan Hallett, Bandoo Kale, Isabelle King, Peter Mullen, Marcie Seeler, Wayne Wills. REGULUS Editor-in-Chief: Barry Brown Co-ordinator: Frank Cooper Business Manager: Sandra Bryant Literary Editor: Lee Sherman Stag: Laurie Altman, Yvonne Baginsky, Patty Daitch, Lizette Levitine, Gene Mandell, Heidi Margolis, Judy Mindell, Ricki Radlo, Circulation Editor: Betty D'Eugeneo Stag: Carolyn Aries, Mary Collins, Alexa Dailey, Debbie Fili- urin, Jonnie Finkle, Anne Fisher, Sandra Freidman, Marilyn Grossman, Anne Medoglia, Judy Melvin, Carolyn Nurkin, Sue Monto, Patty Nesson, Mal Spitz, Donna Winn, Merilee Wolf- son. Data Editor: Sue Waldman Stag: Vicki Boynick, Ronni Flaschner, Jessica Greene, Barbara Hurwitz, Barbara Siegel. Copy Editor: Hanky Dunbar Stag: Roberta Gurevich, Janice Keating, Karen O'Brien, Judy Stanfield. Art and Layout Editor: Debbie Stone. Stag: Laurie Altman, Alison Binder, Sue Bloom, Cynthia Brown, Judy Gould, Trudy Lakin, Barbara Oppenheim, Leslie Rosoif, Carol Sahaigan, Barbara Silverstein. Feature Editor: Naomi Corman Stag: Lanny Adleman, Jo Alper, Richard Danca, Frank Levy, Paul Rosenberg, Judith Soltz. Photography Editor: Michael Ash Stag: Jim Wolbarsht Sports Editor: Dave White Stag: Stuart Greene, Donna Nye, Bob Wolf. Advertising Editor: Carolyn Lavosky. Stag: Linda Abrams, Debbie Denson, Sandy Blank, Jane Bloom, Elaine Boyer, Roberta Boynick, Peter Brecher, Robin Brenner, Cynthia Brown, Ann Brudevold, Stanley Cole, Janice Cortel, Donna Fisher, Diana Gelfond, Lane Harney, Gerry Hersh, Chester Kahn, Mary Ann Karagosian, Bob Lewis, Car- ole Litrin, Irwin Liverman, Steve Martin, Barbara Miller, Erin Oberly, Jonathan Parkhurst, Ina Starr, Don Tolias, Barbara Wallace, Nancy Wall, Carol Weisberg, Nancy Wise, Merlie Wise, Iris Yoffe, Richard Zonderman. Mr. Donald H. Shaw, Advisor Mr. Ronald Prevoir, Art Advisor Miss Shannon Slon, Literary Advisor SCHOOL STORE Faculty Advisor: Miss Basile Treasurer: Hannah Dunbar Pam Bishop, Nancy Borcow, Kathy Carson, Joan Durbin, Ron- nie Flashner, Marily Grossman, Dana Jackson, Isabel King, Rina Levi, Pamela MacNair, Roz Mogul, Sandra Morton, Mar- cia Owens, Carol Sahaigan, Barbara Wilverstein, Barbara Slade, Karen Snyder. SCIENCE TEAM Paul Balmuth, Robert Baron, Peter Burt, Paul Gluck, Sandy Shaw, Steve Shaw, Robert Wolfe, David Yamins. SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE President: Franklin Levy Ist Vice-President: David Yamins 2nd Vice-President: Larry Abramson Secretary: Barbara Oppenheim Treasurer: Robert Steinsieck Helen Berman, Audrey Biller, Tom Boyd, Vicki Boynick, Julie Burgess, Sandy Bryant, Ed Carlo, Cindy Davis, Jeff Polins, Jerry Durbin, David Filios, Barbara Freedman, Carol Glass- man, Eliot Goldberg, Robert Heaney, Cathy Horowitz, Leslie Johnson, Jon Lichter, Philip Luchner, Judy Melvin, Cathy Riu, David Salemme, Pam Shaw, Judy Soltz. Robert Smith, Franklin Swartz, Henry Talberth, Howard Tanger, Adelle Vreeland, El- len Wexler. SOPHOMORE CLASS COMMITTEE President: Beverly Woo Vice-President: William Taylor Secretary: Leslie Farber Treasurer: John Abramson Associates Council: Willa Goodman, Richard Gold Steve Brass, Charles Coleman, Lonnie Hilsberg, Robert Kaplan. Thomas Karet, Fred Leibman, Kenneth Lidman, Joel Lipof, Valerie Myers, Harriet Nemses, Peter Oppenheim, Howard Orne, Jacque Orrill, Barbara Primack, Donald Salter, Edie Solomont. SPANISH CLUB Faculty Advisor: Mr. Petrillo President: Mildred Richmond Vice-President: Karen Bickelman Secretary: Betty D'Eugenio Treasurer: Carlos Roberts Lannie Adelman, Laurie Altman, Lois Aronson, Teddy Arsen- ault, Laurie Asherman, Diane Balcom, Janet Bronstein, Jose Champos, Steve Clayman, Cindy Davis, Anne Fisher, Marty Fisher, Patti Freedman, Janet Gezork, Russ Golden, Sara Gold- smith, Steve Goutman, Jane Hopengarten, Debbie Kadish, Ed Kalman, Jeanne Kaswell. Tom Kaufman, Janice Keating, Heidi Margolis, Dwight Martin, Carolyn Mirkin, Jane Morris, Chan- tel Moreau, Natalie Myerhoff, Dori Nollman, Ted Pichards, Celia Sarabella, Marjorie Saltzberg, Nancy Schwartz, Helene Shaw, Joan Shwachman, Carol Silverman, Judy Simen, David Stulin, Sherri-Ann Swartz, Clyde Sugarmen, Tony Verhulst, Carole Weinstein, Carol Weisberg, Douglas Wise, Anita Wil- liams. STAGE CLUB Faculty Advisor: Mr. Lambert Geoff Belinfante, Ronald Belt, Frank Cooper, Robert Glad- stone, Jay Gondelman, Carol Gordon, Edward Henderson, Pa- mela Jay, Donald Kaplan, Richard Lambert, Susan Neiman, Steve Novick, Fred Portnoy, Robert Runstein, John Umina, Philip Woodbury. TIGERAMA Parent Advisor: Mrs. Geiger Faculty Advisor: Miss Eaton Student Advisors: Phil Luchner, Sandy Bryant, Carol Glass- man Chairman: Harriet Bickelman Secretary: Enid Shulman Decorations: Ellen Wexler Entertainment: Roberta Boyd Refreshments: Peter Lewenberg Program: Pam Shaw Publicity: Debbie Stone Hospitality: Bunny Orrill Finance: Eric Morgenthal Building: John Parkhurst Games: Linda Shulman WHEELER HOUSE COUNCIL President: Linda Dannenberg Vice-President: Peter Lewenberg Secretary: Barbara Wallace Treasurer: Mark Young Herb Aarons, John Abramson, Richard Agahbabian, Joan An- nis, Peter Brecher, Rita Brareland, Bob Caplin, Maurice Carlin, Judy Chandler, Stanley Cole, Susan Cotter, Alexis Donath Charles Evans, Faith Ferre, Richard Gold, Nancy Goldberg Diane Gordon, Skip Hills, Barbara Hurwitz, Arlene Karsh, Phil Klein, Eric Kramer, Carol Litvin, Elliot Label, Rina Levi, Richard Levine, Jane Levy, Ellen Marks, Barbara Miller, Roz Mogal, Sue Nathanson, Marilyn Newman, Richard Ochs, Jon Parkhurst, Steve Parnell, Rebecca Partnoi, Karen Phillips, Ricky Phillips, Caroline Poplin, Jody Rosenberg, Paul Rosen- berg, Richard Sagel, Margie Saltzberg, Conrad Schultz, Linda Sherman, Barbara Siegel, Audrey Solomon. 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