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

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Ulivia Lioheng Suxun llunt: Mark Farber: Ilene Gordon: Kathy Ander- Jlmmy Cutler' in: Judy Kushner: Carol Sherman: Ronnie Krew: Holly Casper: Debby Bllkldl I' tty leriielx. ,lllimiui Shelley Bakxt. 1023:- il' I 3 REGULUS COPY STAFF Caren Berkman Ilene Gordon Leslre Zimmerman, Oh -za X-W, Fx 4 f ' A x Fnsf Ron Neal Carpenter Howle Berman. Richard Mltchell edztor Phlhp Carpenter Second Ron Howne Rubenstem Jlmmy I 1 5 I 495 David Freeman George Berman . ..- 4 1 3 2 5 3 5 Andrea Berly 3 mf X4-Af? gi i x 5 4 . V3 n x E , - I , .4 jx i , Rich Sohul Mike Niederman nur. V V -,- Q- Q-41 ,-- 1.51 .- :nf--:Q lv' .L 1 Janice Kaplan Pg1ulNi550n Judy Andler Larry Canner Marcy Richmond Ilene Gordon G- If 1 . X 5, ZA .... Robert Levine Jessie Shoher 3 David Schlakman f o fb 4. fi: inf? ,. , David Stein l fw- idx. 1.-QQ J-F 'aww' Judy Stone Dale Silin ...l Ellen White Kathy Falk Marcia Pearlstein Sue Goorvich 'Q' huqghis, -lk Jon Levin Lynnic Greene Mr. Adams lx-.ooo I7 limes a war ny lhe Sluderlls OI NEWTON SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL Io publish the newi. air sluuenl opinion, and W '-Orvff as A reno O EDITOR-IN-CHIEF David Freeman NEWS EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR Mike Niederman Paul Nisson David Stein Assr. sPoRTs EDITOR ASST- NEWS ED'T0R R0ber1Levif1e ASST. FEATURE EDITOR QJBYIICG Kaplan Judy Andler EDITORIAL EDITOR FINE ARTS EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Jessi Shoher Marcy Richmond Ilene Gordon ASST. EDITORIAL EDITOR ASST. FINE ARTS EDITORS George Berman Kalhy Falk, Lynnie Greene PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR COPY EDITOR POLL EDITOR Rich Sobol Andrea Berly Ellen While EXCHANGE EDITOR ASST. COPY EDITOR ADVERTISING EDITOR Judy Sfone Sue Goorvich Larry Canner TYPING EDITOR CIRCULATION EDITOR CLUB EDITOR Marcia Pearlslein Janet Schreiber David Edelslein ASST. Typmg EQITQR GIRL'S SPORTS EDITOR Laurie Calmus Dale Sinn LAYOUT EDITQR POLITICAL AFFAIRS David Schlakman JON Levin ,V V- A.,.,,--...M-W.-..-..-,q-.A-...,,..... M.-. , -....... , A H .... Y--,,,,.,,...., ,:5--A-.grv .. rn-, - --- ao.---v --Y - V -- bi.. .. 'f""'W' ., , ,, ' ,pq-gfl-1-r -33.1 -- , , Y , f f ,C Vt' , Fir-.xr Row: Donna Hopkinson. Sci-mid Row: Mimi Kayeg Dana Thompson. Capt. Michelle Gould. Tlzml Row: Dale Silin: Ellen Wallace: Cheryl Parker: Marina Gui- dettii Mal Saltzberg: Leslie Shubin. . ...Y.LJffl .fS.1.L..,'?4 -, Gm f"li',slRim'1 Debby Budd. .S.t'ilIllLfRt1lt'I Linda Celli: Rhonda Lushang Judy Freedman: Diane Weiwt. GIRLS' ATHLETIC rv ' l 1 FI'I'.S'f Row: Dale Bonner: Cheryl Daley: Nancy Finkelstein: Jeanne Neiman: Hari Ellixon: Sue Cutler: Lucy Gove. Suvolzd Row: Carolyn Clark: Gail Woodbury: Lynne Kroeker: Julie Fagan: Priscilla Harwood: Vicki Poorvu: Joan Cooper: Jane McMullen, Barhy Priest: Becky Bruyn: Carolyn Hill. , qi .n I---4. i --an A. 1 l First Row: Lucy Gove: Julie Fagan: Jane McMullen: Cheryl Parker. .Slfroml Row: Anne Kroeker: Shirley Reed: Diane Weibtg Karen Kaufman, Tlzml Row: Laurie Spinksg Martha Snodgrass: Paul Colton: Michele Heard: Sue Wolfxon: Mm Wright. I'lHlHAIfI Row: Dale Silinz Amy Glick: Kathy Ball: Jayne Rogers: Lauren Tofias: Renee Parker. I l i ...- We STAMP N COIN CLUB X - 7 tiff Steve Alexanderg David Hirshfieldg Sebastian Ciacchellau Eric Leving Mitch Riese. M,?Y . , ly. f"JI'.SI limit: Donnu xiIll'lxOXilChl Judx' Fgihricaint: Laurie Circenbuumx Debby Cohen, Svmna' Rim, Rhoda Oxtrcr: Linda Dcfruscio: Laurie Gilbertg Amy Zollg Mitch Rieseg Lois Bloom. 'l'1'mil Rim' I-iuiu lcixhcit Murgic Lipmng Marty lnlisi Laurie .loslowg Elise Warmhuuerl Linda Hmmm Hulumc Blondcii Dunm Snx'dci1 1 1 b RESPECT INC. Y Dzivid Edclstcinp Mr. McCI11rcn: Eric Shzimban Runnin Bello Ernig Andy Sinsong Mark Tigheg Mr. Alleva, Q,'1Al,Fr.H .Aj Ii M' Rumi? jjj' P Fzrgf R011 Jim Dichter Mark Zieringg Jim Eskin: Bruce Wyner: Harvey lx iutm in Jam lvip Ian .S'l6UIll1'RlIJ1 John Deanl Mike Ncidermzin: David Alpertz Riubut Irvim Dinm Birkin Janice kaplan Jeff Shragog Steve Lesser: Steve Gabovilchz Corey Cutler Stew Alexandu .xiy 1 L: v fl, -w f -1 ,.. fi A.. , -w-1-..--............,,,, H. u-. vw 'S 253245 ihfsmx IHIEMQ 32: E ,I OS JR lilly! Rune Hope Wqnxhaiyyz Elise Wzirshziuer, Carol Hooiylein. lynn VVheelerL Martha Sandman. Svumnl Ron: Holly fgiyperg Karen Long: Wendy Joaloyyz linda Kllllllllliifll Jnlly Monoyson: Shelley' Bulyslg Ruth Birn- hinnnL lietyy fiUl'klLlll1 Shari RCKlSl0l'lQl Jo,-Xnne Napoli: Wendy Smith: Cheryl Wiznnslyyfz Margie Madhs. Third Rong Ellyr Faber: Audrey Kutnick: Linda Defrusciog Dianne Weistg Paula Mzireus: Lucy Ross: Debbie Greene: Arlene Kanter. Jill Shneier: Marcy' Bloom: Janet Kauf- mzmg Debby Sanlueei: Nancy Finkleyteing Shelley Youngg Karen Alpering Judy' Cohen: Linda Gordong Anne Ciriesse: Mrs. Hennessey. 4 ,ub- YQ ve 'A' ,.:9"'f'A' - " uvws. """"' -' 'A ?'l , My ..l'f , . 4 ' . , A A , , 'K2 4 .Q-"' -, if 5,I.-5' - ','. lb gli- M" f'f""' V' ,' If fa- Amy Sugarmang John Fosterg Mr. Orton. CLUB GERMAN A fi Q . ii N 'If ' ' 5 wal, 1-K Zif Mark Forte: Frau Leisher: Ed Hornsbyg Carolyn Sawyer: Jeannie Rabin, ,,, f UW- 'N 'lf fhillvf limir: Reukx Bruxn: Jndx I-leixhman: Debbie Budd: Joyce Richmondg JoAnne Napoli. l ' ' ' . , . .wimirl Rmv: Sole Costai Janet Izenz Mary Slraimg Vicky Poorvu1 Rohm Schwartz: Laurie Liixx N. l'f1,v-illfmi' Phillix Nuzzi: Beth Shulwg Lori Sh1ipiro:Adri:1n Kuhn, 'lu' -r .L 4"' i ff . 17 Mn. xl t'- I ,116 X. ' -.N ' i fl -N'-QM. N . 3 II. 3' V CLUB -1.14 XlN X X I7 IS I0 'LO lllf qw I1 HITI MUB I' M5 Q4 -O Awww . BLACK Nl B OO Ahh 'Nh x 5585544 Mfr: Of' NI L 1,5 Blmk WHITE BIACK ,.,1' YK 757 758 59 40 .C , l x 1 Q- ,FEA First Row: David Edelstein: Chuck Kaplan: Andrew Schmidt: Mike Terner, Svc-and Row: Eric Levin: John Corcoran: Louis lsgurg Corey Cutler: Neal Greenstein: Evan Cohen. l l l I 1 .Q , U l ' fa S 1 1-.J fi ll .fb 'lift First Row: Jelli Shrugog Joel Kzizisz Jim Eskin. Scuuzd Row: Alan Rosenthal: Steve Ciabovitchl Steve lxxscrg Jim Dichtcrg Jon Kaufman, Tlzird Rmv: Mark Ziering, Larry Kosow: Corey Cutler: Bobby Mayer: Howie Berman. Fuurzlz Row: Louis lsgur. 83 wx! ,..L A,t A Q, . M YY wi "W-'fn Tlll 'R "q"+X 'M ex 'fl Rang? 5 lfirxl RIIIVI Jim Dichter: Paul Schuye: Joel Kazis. Sammi Row: Jim Eskin: Howie Bermzin: Jeff Shrugu, Third Row: Danny McDonald: Steve Lesser: Corey Cutler: larry Hmmm Alam Ro'-enthnl. I'lUIll'lfI Iexllff Steve Gzibovitchl Bobby Mayer: louis lxglllll .lon lxziufmain. CLUB Ifirxz Rmv: Howie Iicrmxin. larry Kowvvl Jim Iisl-iinl Bnhhy Mayer: Audrey Sole Cmtug Joel Kuzis: Jimmy Diehler. .S14'1'Ullll Rmvi Sieve Ciulmvileh: Mike Turpin: Louis Isgur: Iiirrv fainter: Alun Rosenthal: Jon Kaillf- nuin: Corey Cutler: Mark Zicring: Steve lever: Jeff Shrzigo, N N ' . X John Oshimi Richie Levine Debhv Lipidus Ixithw Filk Jane Rautenherg: Chris Barros Lynnie Green Amy Watermin leah I-reed Abbx Lexx Privy Cohen: Beth Roltenherg: Jam Q . ani 45.4- .Y iz 'f ' A'::1'?:'a?z WL' ' lf, All 42' gn-aww ls First Row: Jane Stark- mang Laurie Gilbertg Leon Malesong Louis Blair. Second Row: Doreen Krieks: Ruth Birnbaum. Third Row: JoAnne Napoli: Re- becca Snider: Martha Howard: David Stuart. Fourth Row: Emily Carp: Gregory Lilien- feldg Sue Arong T. Hornsby: Ted Ro- manowg Bill Cooper. Fifzh Row: Mr. Levin- son: Gary Kaplan: Becky Bruyn: Jerry Shrairg Andy Cutler. WWQJ Firsz Row: Stacy Tighe: Sue Bruyn: Beth Rothenberg: Landi Degregoris: Shelley Rosen: Judy Berk. Second Row: Lynn Williams: Doren Krieks: Debby Lapidus: Robi Rosenthal: Marcia Pearlstein: Sue Peck: Sonya Merian: Amy Ruby: Patricia Roden: Wendy Silverman: Wendy Goldberg. Third Row: Bryna Bograd: Carolyn Hill: Janet Kaufman: Mimi Kaye: Marty Schertzer: Wil- lard Osman: John Schiff: Bob Beaser: Chris Benders: Martha Sandman: Karen Blank: Lauren Hassol. Fourth Row: Jane Starkman: Laurie Gassl Rhonda Lunhan, Nancy Silton: Anne Grieve: Anne Kroeker: Joe Singer: Louis Blair: Josh Sparrow: John Oshima:Paul Schaye: Paula Marcus. Ififfli Rmi-: Mr. Arner: Richard Dutlyg Richard Stomberg: Hal Dine: Gary Ross: Roy Lynn: John Houghton: Dan Pearlman: Kathy Gilles: Esta Yotla, Sixrli Rini-: Jeanne Rabin: Meryl Goodfader: Prissy Cohen: Abby Levy Amy Burack: Dana Thompson. CGNCERT CHGIR I l l Al PROM COMMITTEE 1 -rf' Q Mimi Kaye: Ellen Spcctorg Andy Cutlerz Olivia Cohen: Hilda Golub: Patti Mudheg Michelle Alkon: lklurcin Pcairlsteini Emily Bergn1t1n1Dotty Lumbcrt1 Peter Murphy. SCIENCE CLUB .1'p 1 l l Fil-.ir lfmvz Lois Bloom: Betsy Gordon: Jctlrey Stulinz Harvey Kaufman, Set-and Row: Bruce Polixhookz Chuck Kaplan: Luuren Hussolg Chris Renders: Karen Blunkg Andy Laughland. :fa QI' ' aa.-rf ww AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE I I 'Kg First Row: Susie Gladstone: Milea Froes Donna Saltz- berg: Ruth Birnbaum: Carol Hootstein. .Svcorid Row: Paula Marcus: Amy Waterman: Judy Monosson: Shelley Bakst: Joan Mandell: Chris Barros: Sue Litvin: Betsy Gordon: Lori Shapiro. Third Row: Martha - mwah- Sandman: Jane Kaplan: Audrey Sole Costa: Beth Hen- derson: Patricia Sole Costa: Doreen Krieks. Fuurtli Row: Nancy Dolbergg Sally Lipsonl Trond Brude- voldl Stephie Schwam: Jill Schneier: Sonya Merian. L- I I I I I ,p-1 4h,..-.r- ' I I I I I First Row: Andy Katz: Peter Rosenberg: Rich I, Sobol. Second Row: Judy Taubg Cheryl Parker: Judy Monosson: Betsy Gordon: Susan Lapuck: Shelley Bakst: Heidi Ratner: Rick Cone. Third Row: Jon Feldman: Hope Warshaw: Louise Freed- man: Sally Lipsonz Lynn Kadish: Donna Marko- vitch: Jane Kaplan: Eric Levin: Abby Eisenberg: Stephie Schwam. Fourth Row: Alan Garber: NEWTCDN WCDRKSHOP Nancy Ratner: Lee Shulman: Joan Mandellz Chris Moynahan: Jon Levin. Fifth Row: Jim Smith: Jon Dean: Lori Shapiro: Nancy Dolberg: Dan Harkin: Mark Priest: David Garber: Bob Sloane: Jane Lappin: Jim Kotzen: Michael Terner. .Sirtli Row: Mary Dumais: Prissy Cohen: Carol Phippard, Fi:-.if Row: Roy Pardi: Bob Walen: David McClelland: Lee Daum: Hari Elison: Karen Rosen. Second Row: Charlie I ' Q ' F52 7" Gale: Mark Kushner: Martha Shepherd: Marleen Croll: li I Steve Jacobs: Joanne Meirovitz: Ja-ne Lappin: Chris Benders: I L Ron Bello: Jim Kotzen: David Garber: Jon Feldman. Third n . Row: Debby Keefe: Jon Houghton: Mr. Gedimang Jon In Levin: Mike Aronson: Neil Hushnerg Alan Garber: Peter ' Schwartz. Fourllz Row: Debby Hirshberg: Nancy Feinstein: 1 " 4 Joe DiNapoli. i QQ 13 i 5 M PRODUCTION ' I l L I 1 -' Leah Freed: Miriam Axelrod: Rhonda Flashen: Elizabeth Colt. l .nn 3 akfffgz Tl a Ajit' - '. 1 if "" 5 en '- H 1 " ' :"'l"'!Mi S . 1 S First Rmv: Rick Gordon: Laury Payne. Svwziti Row: Suban Aron: Emily Carp: Audrey Keairnes: Heidi Ratner: Greg Lilienfeld, Tlzml Row: Clark Ziegler: Caroline Sawyer: Karen Baseman: Jim Sternick: Bill Swiggart: T. Hornsby: Ted Romanow: Bill Cooper: Dave Gold- berg: Andy Cutler. 1-'ourlli Row: Nathan Randall: Steve Sutter: Jeff Stolotl: Harris Yolla: Marty Schertzer: Gary Rosa: Gerry Shrairg Joe Singer. . . . 1 e ., . ,, .N ....mg..r Robert Lynch: Ron Bello: Mark Tighe: Joanne Foulkrod: Margaret Horioka: Karen Baseman. LATIN l 63 44 -ti., I. X. , Hd J J 5, i i i rj-H i I J , X HQ Fir.s1 Row: Eric'Levin1 Sue Liiving Mike Niedermanz Sebastian Ciacchella. Second Row: Judy I-abricantg Jane Ceiling Carol Spelfogelg David Edelsteinz Steve Alexander: Mrs. Savides. l Q I , K . .J ,i.,. LQ' .. -- iii'-7fle05.Z..-f,, 21.1,-Q18 ll!!! . iiiemm-i1.3i.Q ,. - . , ma. A. Neve- .,.' .sushi wsu hiwuilllnuuia - +4 Af,...u.3 46 lg: Ai.. iff' 4 "' V Fm! Rmvg Dun Pezirlmung Gary Barron: Sonyii Mermnz Judy Kushner: Mr. Maclierron. ,Suiwfiil limit Mix Murray: Mr. Wicks: Jessie Shoherz Mrs. McLaren: Jon Levin: Mr. Hender' song Mr. Siegemun: Mr. Atkinxon: David Schlukinung Miss McLane: Becky Bruynl Abby Levy: Doreen Kriclxs: Mr. Ciiixix. 64 SKI CLUB 'll- 1 'T' N1 Firsf Row: Ann Narva: Russ Lyons: Jane Harkg' Linda Karasg Florence Levine: Joan Misharag Jill Karlin: Robin Schwartz: Shelley Kanter: Robin Karlin. Second Row: Mr. Lorretg Donna Hopkinson: Miss Dominick: Nancy Finkelstein: Dianne Etscovitzg Lisa Shubin: Louis Isgurg Audrey Mintz: Debby Schilling: Paula Marcusg Ruth Ann Shpinerg Dotty Lampertg Sue Kel- ler: Harriet Madoifg Dana Thompson: Paula Bronstein: Michael Kent: Margie Madfisg Audrey Gluntz: Linda Sherman: Debby Friedlanderz Louise Backer: Ronnie Bello. s Xb- v CLUB ...euiiqg . 'aw K ' in 4 "hw-gg: 03" --- ,avr li lf! If l'! v -v -1 wl 'A I I .f APATHY CLUB 1 Q -v 4 I J 1 bf.. f - . ' 1 .x. --K. L. :. i , 1 1-44, T! xv, . ,. 11- H . ' 1 "' '5 TY.. .- .L.,i,,.'y?.. .Ig ug? .W I . , .-.4 1 , f,.. ,"K1 If vxxn '. .. X .kv- - W.. I' v nn - , , ?' r ,- 1 f ...--f- r 7 , H 'a 4 ,Q AP! v -ha 1 I' lf. . .1. ya- . , 1 , . Af., N Q' ' - I L : ,' f X ..,.,. . T10 1' ,r 4 ,W df' + . .,. v" 3, 1 r wl- , F0 . ., , U 1 Y I .frfl .uf my .47 r.- ', .. .u ,I ,,.... 'vvin lY'i' L-'.a.c. 1 1 X x w ' 'fsz'4 :',- .x A . , . - .."xg,"if 'l5f7f',-1 lltlzuyt 3 I1-5. Q .v, .,- ' 1 P0 . ,,., , - o nb' I U ',.' A -I' .I S-' f . w 1 v f V IJYIOA AQ' i' ' Q J ' I , 1 1 'Lf g ,.a '39 if V. '- 7,1 A V4.7 4 's if ' ' I '.. rf' '-., '13 ,v gfr4 jf, . -5, --. '4' X ' plz." rw, I ,I 'H I 'V ' . v .Q 5 ' ffff ' ae. 7 ' 'V A Q ., Uh uf' , 13 " 3 1.x - M- f Ig.: lv 'Q 14 f ..- ,.n - ' ,,,,. 0 .1 gm. . ,,,. I 4 n. .ii 32 5 'mr f ,' 1 A ' .fx xx , Q 3323 YM.. Z . r 1 . . - 1 s M 1 Q. v 1 4 ' M v x 'x , x . a,,, w ffl I. I , f 1 1,2 .1 -A ,ff A 4, ffjisf "ta r 191 r , J 1 ,., em, -M .X .. 9 X' Q Mfg L,1ufie,H0u5eSeCr5fgry Mrs Blshop Aide Mrs Barbl Azde ,w,,,,,..-9' inuull"'?"i Qu.. I i , ,Mn rv' .wg V I .nggieiu ,. 4 ,ug . x K-A I if "iq P. Q VJ? X X K gp Www lvllif- tv-Ng W' ,.N N, L ' x -ff' K ' H 1 if Q fx X ,vwi Q 3 Xp 4' -1 A-fjf X A vw N - - 1 - M Q -,.M-'-- 1 , A , 1 f I A 5' Af' 'xx N I . jk ' his f . x 4 -, 'y--Eff-5' 1 4109 A 0 Fl.I'.S'I Row: Joanne Foulkrod: Lori Arduino: Shel- ley Young: Lois Bloom: Lisa Goldberg: Amy Feld- man: Anne Lapointe: Karen Smith: Linda Lalli. Second Row: Paul Pattison: Arthur Melville: Rich- ard Holtzman: Mitch Lusligz Steven Hoffman. Third Row: Joyce Young: Larry Rosenberg: Jeff Stone: Larry Ryan: Andy Oliver: Jim Caruso: Jeff Shneider: Ken Brayman: Laureen Hassol: Mrs. Leisher. slf,lq'g,"5fy 5 O 6 7 First Row: Pat O'Shaughnessy Patti Ball: Ronnie Kress: Roberta Trehub: Judi Friedman: Marilyn Savage: Stacey Tighe: Ellen Margolis. Set-mid Row: Toni Mancuso: Corey Cutler: Neil Schill: Mike Booth: Jimmy Kavanaugh: Jimmy Lerner: Bob Dangelog Ned Moang David Goldberg: Mike Grossman: Cheryl Kaplan. 4206 Firsr Rim: Barbara Whitney: Ellen Hearst: Patty Ball: Renee Parker: Joanne Conlon: Fran Leporinig Martha Talis: Karen Baseman. Second Row: Josh ' bparrowz Kenny Werther: Paul Fishman: Gary Sparr, Third Row: Ellen Howards: James Keating: Evan Cohen. visitor: Mark Fogel. visitor: Gary Biirronz Lisa Asquith: Nancy Goldberg: Judith Sherman: Robert Kxxasnick. l iMORES Q wif? Fiizsr Row: Beth Schultz: Nadine Gan: lisa Shu- bin: Mary Dumaisg Debby Lilienthalg Patti Mul- len: Linda Kaufman: Fran Ieporini. Sm-mifl Row: Dan Merian: Mark Shafer: Richard Chaloff: Phil Wesalowski: Paul Ford: Rhonda Flashcn. Third Rmv: Rebecca Snider: Beverly Prescott: Charles Horioka: Nancy Goldberg: Gary Edelstein: Rick Mclellang Tom Houlihan: Dan Pearlman: David Julian: Esther Yoflag Barbara Rosenfeld: Miss i Schneider. - QQ 5 2 0 2 First Row: Michael Lushan: Cheryl Miller: Donna Calderone: Audrey Keairnes: Susan La- puck: Nancy Fisher: Carol Green: Barry Rubin. Second Row: Richard Stomberg: David Berkowitz: Scott Kase: Robert Sloan: Alan Gruppg Richard Tilkin: David Antonellisg James Costa: Jon Rosenberg: A. Kojoyian. li i b l I. il i u i :I l 4207 Firsz Row: Donna Volpe: Rona Landfield: Linda Glaser: Liz Colt: Debbie Levine: Beth Rothenberg: Margie Frank: Ellen Pearlstein. Second Row: Jane Barry: Ed Hornsby: Mark Sturnick: John Staulog Mr. Cornell: Mark Yanofsky: Barry Kaplan: Jack Ferreri: Gayle Kaplan: Robert Rosenberg, .ft wp First Row: Jon Sack: Steve Alexanderg Mike Tack: JoAnn Napoli: John Ramirezg Jeff Cramer. Second Row: Lisa Goldmang Rick Koreskyg Ray Mitkusg Pete Harveyg Joey Pittmang Mike McKinneyg Joey Singer: Pete Karg: Jackie Saltzg Mr. Jameson, honorable advisor and friend to all. Howie Reismang Paul Sterng Mr. Henderson. l bi. 65:51 by .lp It 6 . H ati A , 14 laiuii . ' 1": 5 - .. ' .-25 QQ I 1 . 'First'RowQ Barbara .Andlerg Amy Rubyg Barbara McCloryg Katalin Kalmang Martha Mozden Judy Fabncant Richard Silver Alb Sha iro Second Row Debb ou ci e ,Z ' .3 y . p . : y Plc :B th Henderson pstrerg.Maria Jaureguig Gary Ruichmondg Kathy Kaufmang Allen Cutterg Valorie Kup- . fQIfl'l'l3l'l,,'FCd Romano, Mark Cohen, Kim Grodberg, Sally Lipson Bobby Beaserg Mark Broad ' Kenny: Lourieg Mr. Speer.- First Row: Pam Gainsborgg Debbie Schillingg Marla Blaustein Judy Monosson Joan Cooper A Patti Ellisg Linda Gordong Sonya Meriang Stacey Sherman. Second Ron Allen Fisher Alan l Backerg Jeff Karling Russ Smallg Jim O'Neilg Lennie Adelman Mike Pottey Robert Hahn si! First Row: Abby Isenbergg Beth Carverg Wendy .Ioslowg Bernice Shaefferg Mary Murphyg Will Osman: Steflie Schwamg Debby Greeng Linda Stoneg Betty Wetzler. Second Row: Mark Erlichg Chuck Lindag Stan Mescong Howard Haimesg Chris Galeg Dave Lelchookg Richard Dennisg Robert Peaseg Richard Rubing Mr. Caras. First Row: Amy Zollg Linda Wolfsong Amy Burackg Miriam Axelrodg Stefanie Calabig Silva Yaghmourian. Second Row: Albert Lirdg Russell Holbrookg Nevin Yeifersong Charles Adcockg Lee Grossmang Charles Kaplang William Walshg Harris Yoffag Louis Spigelg Miss Frances Smith. 6 ev! UN it, Q First Row: Damon Kazariang Andy Finchg Doug Richardsg Steve Burgessg Mark Levine. Sec- ond Row: Gail Coffey: Gail Paulinig Tom Wardg Chris Monahang Steve Sandlerg Mitchell Rieseg Sam Rubing Susie Litving Nancy Dolbergg Judy Freedmang Lori Shapirog Heidi Grop- perg Laurie Novakoffg Laurie Gilbertg Rhonda Kalmang Jane Starkmang Sue Medoff. - -.I 'U-IN Q Q ap, pn 'F ,ifi-t 1297- - xx YV 1- , lfi I N1 X 4 -QQ lx N A' ,, , ' ' -Li, , ' ,fa .5 5- 'X ,,,, wh MYS. MOHdefef. Mr. NLlthZiI'1S0n, HOllS6l7IClxS'I6'l' Mrs. Garafalo, House Secfefary my' . x- J 5207 l'l1'.xf mm' Sawmill Rims: Joyous Intruders. Third Riur: Elizabeth Kirxhen: Nancy Levin. vixitor: El- len Bernstein: paver-by: Jill Temlyin: Aimee Kauf- man: Jon Oshima. I-'ifnrili Rfuv: Dannuta Gazy- boxuki: Margaret Honiolta: Four Wandering Min- strelx: Peter Sherman: two travelers. Fifili Row: John Peixhe: one more guest: David Doyle, 7206 In-xi I-fmt, Busan Ryder: Joanne Topol: Pat Fer- rielt. Jodi Rubenxtein: Lori Kramer: Eva Julius: Robin Karlin: Paul Foulkrod. Swoiifz' Row: Mrs. Ralmhu: Wendy Smith: Joyce Dragoll: Paul Pearl: Dofene lxrielys: Amy Kaufman: Randy Wayne: Stew Nliller: Bruce Diducea, Third Rmv: Miss Cisco' Carol Shapiro. Amy Stolotl: Andy Golovi: Pai? I itv.in1Chris Lucy. 3112 Fm: Rmr: Lee Shulman: Ruth Birn- baum: Susan Aron: Cheryl Goldberg: Louise Backer: Margie Madfis, Sccmiil Row: Scott Barron: Debby Cohen: Jane Harwood: Billy Cole: Patti Sand- ler: Richard Sawyer. Thin! Row: Merry Phillips: Richard Keller: Brian Corcoran. Assorted Wanderers present, 7203 First Row: Suzy Drinan: Mr. Suther- land: Lynn Williams: Ruthie Woln- stein: David Elman: Mary Strauss: Lauren Tofias: Emily Carp. Sccozzd Row: John Davidow: The Smooeh- eroos: Elizabeth Young: Karen Rosen: Martha Steeves: Pamela Sandler: Guest: Robert Lovenberg. Third Row: David Katz: Steven Bucuvalas: Danny Schwartz: Steven Shecter: Diane Rigby: The Wandering Duo. 7108 I'1'1'.sl Row: Passer-by: Bystanderp Sightseer: Bariy Pritzker: David Wangerg Casper Otten: Rieky De- Miehele: Jodi Rubenstein. .S'1'c11111I Row: 'lhree More Nomads: Sue Bruyn: Susin Galvin: Mrs. Hanley: Rhonda Sehusterg 'lerry Lane. 7711111 Row: Randy Wayne: Merry Phillips: Jane Harwood: Lynne Porter: Cam Dinkel: Joyce lanipert: Diane Wiest: Jimmy O'Neil: Martin Sehertzer. 'lvffllffll lfnutz Two explorers: Jenny Snodgrass: Becky Bruyn: Naney Ruden: Lynn Bailey: June Speetor. -1 4 ..l? 1 3208 First Row: Yolanda De Gregoris: Nancy Leyitan. .Sbmfzfl Row: Emily Kirshen: Bernice Shaffer: Debby Ochs: Rhonda Smolarq Jane Vengrow: Amy Tichnor: Shirley Reid: Abby Levy. Tllllflll Row: Harry Polansky: Randy Wayne: Visitor: Helen Bernstein: Karen Shamban: Joan Rosenburg: Naney Jackson: Beverly Basile: Bruce King: Rhonda Silk. F17lH'f1I Row: Evan Katz: Neal Wald- man: Herbert Birnbaum: Larry Nogee: Karen Vasil: Guest: Robert Walen. Fifrlz Row: Joel Ru- bin: Rick McLellan: Henry Pozyckig Gregory Lilienfeld: Peter Miller. 9 i 1 .un ., . . Ti-- sx:--f K t .ngsl--VI. .:,,, l 's ry. . :I t1?::fg?ekt4. 5 :iq 'ff ' I Firsz Row: Barbara Bikofskyg Sue Duching Sue Gladstoneg Larry Payneg Richard Izeng Ronald 'fr-Y " VAI' ,L if i I 1 3 " 5. t .. , is ' Mft 'ip , , .df A 4 4- A ' ' Weissg Sebastian Ciacchellag .Ion Davidson. Second Row: Mr. Levensong Angela Leonardg Linda Romeg Amy Zondermang Larry Trachtenbergg Bruce Browng Judy Kushnerg Stanley lfllerwitzg' Richard Gordon. . -9 Hi 5-',:,.:.,., -X 1. ,.,..,. . 33f5i:53""'ffe"-cf-Amy Stigarman. Tliird'-Row: Miss Brassardg Jody Scheffg Martha Snodgrassg Mary Quinang s t 7t.,,..., ,-.., X A iexllff' ' jgnjiI'iQit1. s .y .... ' -r"':'Xf. . 7. ,xp .IWW t '- Lx ,.. -2, ZH 4- 111 ,.'x:-ml",-z. 1.".'. -eil-Li.:- , w...,f ..', ,' ,'.-:W .lf f':f2fRomeifKareni Turkanis'gfBarbara Klineg'Donna Mucciaroneg Donna Maeovitchg Marcy ,Bloomg , I Q 1. in 1 Y O va x me A X A ei-A A , .. it R Q I i 5 W . A ' ws Q xy - xv V -5 I I . . 7 s 'ri - . v L , .-. s "9 ,. First Row: Mark Shahong Rosalind O'Youngg Donna Dubinskyg Harriet Hardcoinsg Maria San Fillippog Lewis Blairg Dan Lyneg Ellen Lewis. Second Row: Peter Rolickig Caaron Belcherg Arlene Kanterg Robert Wallg Peter Rosenbergg Barb McLeang Jimmy Cornblattg Charles Kellner. Third Row: Seaver Leslieg Gary Adelsong Ralph Mooreg Doug Tangerg Allen Frankel. il U c iiyf X 5 .gl l 'xg C L . 'eff'-1-F-3" First Row: eBetsy'Gordong 'Ronnie Bellog Alex Landyg Leslie Steing Noah Youngg Mark Alt- man:'.Kenneth .Lidmang Leon Maleson Second Row' Hope Warshaw' Nancy Gillis- Linda "Donna Saltzberg. ' . I . Xi, .. . ai' ' - X.. ,, X. tn" :Vg 2: . ., ,E 1 AV K. fri, fl I f. ,. . '4.,,.,. 'fri 1 .., -'tr..:, iz:-."" ' i .-x,- '- ,.. , . t-Mu, Yr- .' , ' LJ O -A s J 2' N "t Y' ' 'La ' 1 . . -iff -' ea tl, 1,415 f - l , . - uf? 3 P , " .W A ' , A 5 ' 1 - n E it J.. - First Row: Linda Delicatag Cindy Mooreg Peter Finkelsteing Fred Parshallg Steve Osborng Dianne Johnstoneg Meredith Green. Second Row: Mr. Slaterg Wayne Macrig Paul Demaiog Bert Symesg Ruthie Schultzg Michael Malfeeg Walter Levensong Gary Whiteg Paul Frielanderg Jim Gordong Mrs. Murray. H I' First Row: Jane Kaplang Lee Schulmang Ruth Birnbaumg Amy Glickg Cathy Ballg Betsy Wiseg Suzanne .Ienningsg Steve Rubenstein. Second Row: Mr. Gedimang Janet Pearlmutterg Judy Coheng Becky Bruyng Robin Schwartz: Toby Leventhalg Audrey Sole Costag Lucy Rossg Debbie Walker: Debbie Ochs. Third Row: Roy Linng Roger Cooper: Gary Rossg Barry Stoneg Richard as Resnick. , A i 'Q ,,, ' .3 , -un. First Row.: Hari lfolanskyg Eric Tuckerg Mark Friedmang Steve Rubensteing Richard Tarabellig Gary White: Adrienne Kahng John Diamond. Second Row: Mike Turping Jill Karling Jody Scheffg Bevelee Seronick: Anne Kroekerg Betsy Wise: Amy Glickg Pat Sole Costag Vicki Poorvu, Debby Cornell. Third Row: Leah Freed: Becky Bruyng Suzanne Jenningsg Kathy Ballg Neal Greenstein. - : ".:ar:.-:h:U.-r.1- f-y-v-p.-fm-f-4.wx,.,:.y-vqf-vQ-1,-.1..y..1 V . , if s is r I ! Mrs. Lofchie, Q ,- 1 4 4 f 5 11 1 ' , 1 " rj s',gp1 .f vt , . Q..--.n.,....J....,.,.,,fL .,.. ., ,. . . , 1 555 fi ' :T - . House Secrelary Mr. Wicks, Housemaster nh-QFPGMW' Aw. KWK , 1... fwmvrn arm. .,.f ,maui fs... ,f was x .uv .Q .Hg-4 nevynv wp 'REF ' ' .Skis 2 .549 ' . -iv Mrs. Marrazzi, A ide W '-'WW' 1"G'." a..,ak'x"" 'Elf .,sss , E' ei Lf.,-1. -I 'Sl "hifi, , li I-mI1I ,.. , ' ,. I.. . will-3 I I ll .Q new-. x. . if fel Sl 4 ...ma il....1.ii 'MM 'xml-.9 iii! -' . 4 .- 7.1 2 ' . .l"'aMi. :Ay X f 'f'l',3'j X-'Pill az i cr'..,..Q -1, .. ...--:ilu zw., .. mi- '?"1', in , Qirggg Firsl ROl1'f Clara Lundquibt: Audrey Gluntag Debra Kraftg Karen Kaufmang Ellen Richsteing Lisa Tannenbaumg Mra. Silberzweig. Second Row: Karen Mitchell: Cathy Kaplan: Sheryl Sheinfieldg Penny Arafe: Donna Corbett: Linda Kadetsky. Third Row: Laura Spinksg Barbara Shumskerg Bill Swiggart: Robert Morse: Philip Kramer. Fourth Row: Mike Gordon: Trond Brudevold. Fins: Row: Mike Cutlerg Karen Kandarg Jane Lappinz Nancy Harleyg Mark Rifking Tom Lane: David Rose. .Scroml Row: Mary Conneely: Susan Sternberg: Debbie Ehrlich: Debbie Shcrterl Ruth Salkoviteh. Third Row: Brad Caplandg Ron Burmang Bart Goldenbergg Lisa Alkon. lfwllflll Row: Patil Yen: Judy Zackman: Debbie Wenning: Beth Huber. Fifrli Row: David Hirshfield: David Nickerson: Don Bissex: Mike MacDonald. Sixth Row: Andrew Sis- sont John Lem: Mark Forte: Jon Collins: Adam Nisson. rf Fl X 6202 First Row: Larry Mahoney: Danny Freeth: Mrs. Katz: Mr. MacKerron: Mary Tempesta: Ricky Heinstein. Second Row: Jackie Gross: Michael Bellofatto: Steve Bonica: Scott Patz: Tom Young: David Tennant: David Hollis: Carol Delesdernier. 6109 Ifirxt Row: Miss McLane: Joel Karsh: Martha Howard: Nancy Barboni: Elyse Cohen: Jean Hritow: Mary Lou Sprague: Kathy Anderson, .Sier- oml Row: Marc Lampert: Judy Lem: Judy Leavitt: Holly fasper: Shelley Rosen: Patil Crosby: Fred Lein, Tliirrl Row: Neil Husher: Wayne Vespa: Jim Noymer: Dave Silverman: Mark Feinstein: Gerry Boudrot. Ifonrllz Row: Peter Schwartz: Mark Frankel: Allen Garber: Paul Smith: Jon Dana: Patil Sawin: Dave Jacobs. la ef' 53" pun. 'NNN . - ni-3 nt- 6103 First Row: Kathy Kaplin: Audrey Glunts: Jack Starr: Mitchell Rosenthal: Robert Spelfogel: Rich- ard Hill: Mark Orton. Second Row: Debbie Mi- kels: Robin Berger: Jayne Rogers: Steve Gains- borough: Barry Okun: Madeline Soloway. Third Row: Jeffrey Grossman: Harvey Kaufman: Visitor: Mike Charness: Mike Kent: Billy Swiggart: Guest. Fourtlz Row: Ann Narva: Peter Schwartz: Donald Corbett: Jaime Regan: Douglas Garfield: Alien. Fifth Row: Gary Kaplin: Jeffrey Stolotfz Mark Tilden: Jim Noymer: Jay Levine: Paul Sawin. rf- -,f.' 1 -. . 1 I JUNIGRS Tl. ' I .ff 'I xiii i First Row: Meryl Weinbergg Abigail Levyg Patricia Cottong Judith Taubg Carolyn Clarkg Audrey Kutnickg Michelle Altshulerg Amy Goodman. Scqond Row: Mrs. Hightowerg Ann A Griesseg Amy Waterman: Jill Shneierg Sheila Vassalotti: Susan Barbonig Ann Bossig Joyce Holzman. Third Row: Elaine Hartmang Karen Blank: Paula Marcusg Jane McMulling Margie Steinbergg Carolyn LeBlanc. Fourth Row: Robert Shermang Ronald Izen: Jonathan Davis: Roy Pardi: Meryl Goodfader. Fifth Row: Douglas Noble: Cary Richardsg Richard Hillg Stuart Shainkerg Douglas Furbush. Egrst,'Ron.. Sherri Kopelman, Cathy Kaplan, Laura Berkowitz, Carol Sherman, Sue Peck, ,W Margie-"L1psong Elaine Hartman: Miss Hochbaum. Second Row: Audrey Glandsg Florence Levme:,Steve'Arles: Cam Dinkelg Howie Smithg Barry Okunq Larry Gilmang Howard Frutkoff. ,Third Row? Leo Kaufmang Carey Richardsg Mitch Rosenthalg Jack Starrg David Glaskerg ,Rick Scanlan Rene Moreau, and assorted visitors. X- -, . 1 :A i 2 , itil. -1--ff---------Y 1 5 V. " . ..- V.-v v Q First Row: Claire Murphyg Diane Nathansong Arthur Manng Peter Coheng Susan Cutlerg Mr. Lea. Second Row: Spencer Browng Bing Lemg Paul Kahng Ann Bartoshevichg Diane Erba. g an-W6 Firsr Row: Sara Cohen: Doug Nobleg Miss Scherbang Carey Richardsg Leo Kaufman. Second Row: Jayne Harkg Meryl Goodfaderg Jack Starrg Mitch Rosenthalg David Glaskerg Abby Levy. Third Row: David Arnoldg Bruce Wienerg Kenny Greeng Steve Schertzerg Roy Pardig Richard Hill. iss, 'Wi Nw ' . Www 'U , U 3 I ' 5 First Row: Vicky Verrag Mary Corbettg Paul Murphyg Sherry Koplemang Cathy Kaplang' Audrey Glunts: Laurie Greenbaumg Steven Greeng Michael Kent: Steve Mainoi. Second Row: Tom Allman: Bruce Polishookg John Bellg Bob Glaskerg Phil Sellingerg MarklTilden. Third Row: Bruce Wenningg Mitch Rosenthal: Jack Starr: Patti Ellisg Marla Bluesteing Mike Char-' nessg Jim Sallinger: Gary Framson. Fourth Row: Phil Wallace: Barry Okung MadelainefSollo- wayg Joan Cooperg Judy Monosson: Wayne Vespag Billy Swiggart. Fiftli'Row: Dana Gortong, Tom O'Malley: Jim Noymer:.Feinsteing Jay Levine. .- A ' , x ..s-' c, D - A . n 1. l 1 lk" i ,A :- X .W V .v--A-x L wx, ,,fx. ,-it I B I -I R I in Y' 5? -pfif f 'A gl 'fi5v'.f,i"12 5.1 Qifff ' ' ',. i'.:?:'ffl': ' ,.,L:r1,"-3552515 , j',A',1..1:j':ga!. ' ,: , '7:'7LjjE,5i f 'g'.if.f'Z'.P3Q: . 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L' ...fm ...- .. ' -Ulf. . -if 1 . . Ali., -x ,' ,QQ 1. ,, 4.1.7 . A fkK1'.x, 1' 95'-r .g. f .....,.,- . f '3f"s ' ' 6, 4- .. .W . . bg j -i QQ' cgi? H11 ' ff 'rf ,f"'f7j,' f -1 ' J1- a .ri ., . .,s - . 1 . . -Q3 '. .F ' ,iv . 11 1 1.1 Q . Z ,. If ,V . 1 , 1 1 J. .., I I 4 ,'- , r " 7 ""'7A' 'T "P'f"YR T A 'T' 1' T-'?7'T"X' im?"'f C'i"" Y' ' 7' ' 'R' 5' 'V' 3 VV? FRE' ff 4 1 XP?-S P 73,6 4 R539 . A-A -1- - ROW 1: R. Learner. A. Cutler. J. Tilden. D. Leyton. A. Ko- joyinn. Co-Captain D. Celli, Co'Cuptz1in R. Staulo. B. Gordon. J. Deluecu. P. Nisson. L. Feldman. D. McDonald. ROW 2: M. Kent, R. Levine, R. Izen, B. Brown, H. Haimes, L. Adelman. D. Dolilkzi. D. Lelehook. R. Runne. P. Sellinger. B. Ronayne. 43,5713 7 ROW 3: J. Caruso, S. Bucuvalus. J. Staulo, A. Moynihan. J. Rosenberg, J. Gordon, M. Walsh. P. Patterson, B. Corcoran, J. Collins, D. Wilkens. ROW 4: M. McDonald, N. Moan, W. Vespa. Coaches Kojoyiun. Winkler. Vento, Sleeves. McConnell. FOOTBALL 1970 ' F I !:::::: 'V i Co-captains Bob Staulo and Dan Celli led the way to a respectable 5-3 reeord this year with a team that was at one time thought capable of finishing the season undefeated. Although the team's performances were irregular. the players displayed much talent and proved that they have the motivation to become perennial winners. 'l'he '70 squad blanked both Ringe 'l'eeh. and Cambridge Latin and overpowered Weymouth South, Acton, and Westwood. ln addition, the Lions nearly pulled oil' a close game aganist defending City League champs, Boston Latin, but were held short of their opponents goal line with only seconds remaining on the clock, and had to give up the ball. Coach Winkler awarded the five game footballs to Co-C'aptains Celli and Staulo, linemen Bruce Gordon and Armen Kojoyian. and quarterback Richard Learner. Dan "Big Mac" McDonald received the award for the "Most Improved Back." Joe Delucca was named "Most Improved Lineman" and Larry Feldman got the Stein- seck Award for his spirited play. Next year's team will be led by Co-Captains elect Bob Levine and Dave Lel- chook, with starters Len Adelman, Ron lzen, and Roger Cooper. Howie Haimes will be returning also but the Lions will lose the line talents of running back Dave Leyton and linemen Jerry Tilden and Mike Satter. lf things go as they should. the squad will have continued success next year. SCORES Newton South 42 Rindge Tech. Newton South IZ Cambridge Latin Newton South 34 Weymouth South Newton South 8 Boston Latin Newton South 8 Wayland Newton South Z6 Acton Newton South 2 Lynnfield Newton South 28 Westwood it X 3, -..L fli VVS' A "WWW-suv .fun 6' Qi i F"--al-Q ' f-hgxikyg ,ir Fi-f lf s ' a :- ' -"QQ R 251 1' f Qs, ,. . f 1 M? 'fa A955 .ll X 41 Q ' W-..x .. W n W N, 2 if iid'-ini 'Sw-Q 4 new 'DQ n 2 . A v4 . 4 L.. , if ' . Q, M 1 ""'f-.17 J ..,- .. , 'F W. rr ,, , zu ,, - Rt' gp LWB' LA ,,,0w,,- 3 .,.L-1 W '.J',1Ir sf, fl .. - A .-r..., ROW 1: R. Mitchell, M. Goldfarb. S. Aronson, Co-Captain E. Lane, Co-Captain D. Smith, D. Bluestone, H. Phofsky. G. Ross. ROW 2: J. Moore. R. Linn, M. Dixie, P. Murphy. D. Cohen, R. Izen, E. Loew, D. Snyder, A. Gird. ROW 3: Coach Lea, A. Landy. M. Cyker, C. Applestein, J. Starr, L. Grossman, S. Brown, S. Aries, W. Abramson, Coach Merrill. For the first time in South history the soccer team managed to avert a losing sea- son. Led by their two Co-Captains, Eric Lane and Dave Smith, the team rose to a respectable 5-5-2 record in the newly entered Dual County League. In the seasons debut the Lions handily defeated Bedford by a score of 4-l with Smith and Steve Aronson netting two goals apiece. The booters then tied Weston l-1 on a last minute goal by Lee Grossman on a headed pass from Dick Mitchell. Filled with hope of their hrst winning season, the squad then dished out losses to both Wayland and Acton on goals by Grossman, Smith, and Rich Izen. Through the hrst four games the team had proven to be unbeatable as they had run up a record of 3-O-1. The booters victorious dreams were thoroughly demolished, however, in the fol- lowing seven games. On top of losing a heartbreaker to Lynnfield, 1-O, the team proceeded to win only one of its next six games, dropping its previously fine record to a disappointing 4-5-2. This turnabout of events was due partly to an erratic de- fense but mostly to the fact that goals were scored too few and far between. On the whole the defense played extremely well. Coach Merrill was very lucky to have two experienced fullbacks in Eric Lane and rough and ready Mark Cyker, along with amazing goal-tender Dave Cohen. Assistant Coach Lea also developed two solid lines of halfbacks in Mark Dixie, Jerry Moore, Alex Landy, Danny Sneider. Danny Bluestone. and intimidating Meryl Goldfarb. Only eight of the players will be lost to graduation, leaving next year's team with a full supply of returnees. Hess Phofsky won't be back but if forwards Al Gird, Paul Murphy. Roy Linn. Jack Starr, and speedy Eliot Loew, along with fullbacks Charley Applestein and Spencer Brown continue to improve next year as they did this year. the team should finally have a winning season. R --nr SCORES Newton South Bedford Newton South Weston Newton South Wayland Newton South Acton Newton South Lynnfield Newton South Lincoln Sudbury Newton South Weston Newton South Wayland Newton South Acton Newton South Lynnfield Newton South Lincoln Sudbury Newton South Bedford 5 'O Q .-,n . 7171 'iff - A s ,Qs- . ,gL'fa35':5+1?"- swf,-j -- - . -4 J , ' :,"C731 gf' ' 41,90 'T -.tw . '1 -i'f'f-',Li-'fffff'-V312 i". 'f' :uv -Zl,-- ' 1"-3 ni ,. ,,,.,gS'Lf'- 'fa Lzifff, -. if: ,ff ' Lfu? L'f 'P LQ -7Af.v,- - '.f- 'P' ,QW 'V A if L: 53, .....-- 4 U . -'.- ,. F 1 in --an I!!! 1 Iv W Y I 1 W . W cr an n-m-.......-- .-.-.. ...-we-'mv ff" ,W XL E M Y ,,h- -.-QI! 0 ,nz J , an-sv -f' f S gggf.. 'mils i 5 . 'YF X A. mfg '!' ' A Wf 'g? . '. A' v N Jwf, 's "y ,' ' -P' V.-Nj v. G .u iiiiii - lil!!! f 1 ash 4 5 3' K Q33-5.7 if r a,'f.. W Q w 'fs g Q. . . ', Q' ' -. . X X .vu Y-. 'N ya 0 8 'QA 1. 4 vin '- A ,AQ Y 1 . .g- ,, ,fi,..,.,. ' I 0 ...Qf ,fx .,1"" 'll- J, I ' ,-by 1" W pllllhf The cross country team found the 1970 season to be a dismal and disappointing one. Despite the individual splendor of Charles Pottey and the leadership of Captain Mike Leblanc. the team was unable to avert the worst record in the school's cross country history. The Harriers. competing in the Dual County League for the first time. stum- bled to a l-13 record. The Lions found it diflicult to place runners in the top ten, However, every team member gave one hundred percent all of the time. Juniors Matt Williams, Howie Frutkoff. David Ress. and Peter Harvey improved tremendously as the season pro- gressed. Newcomers Steve Burgess and John Mason performed admirably and offer Coach Geist great potential for the future. Don Cogan and Charlie Harioka contributed on the junior varsity team. This year's team was hampered by the lack of both experience and participation. The Lions should not be hindered by these conditions next year. but both Leblanc, and Pottey. who set a new South cross country mark of l3:l9 and recorded the most sub 14:00 timings on the 2.6 mile Mt. Ida course in the school's history. will be sorely missed. Coach Geist is hopeful that his sopho- mores and juniors will be able to pick up the slack next year. las R ,i'if1, MV M - :Q " X. F- D. Kess. H. Frutkoff, D. Cogan. C. Harioka, J. Thorne. M. Pottey.-C. Pottey J. Mason. S. Burgess. P. Harvy, M. Williams, M. Leblanc, Coach Geist. A n -vs F Q .1 . 5.4 ',,"v. is 5 ggi' ' NSUUTH Ax 'Q lin- wf 4 'ay l 1 ROW 1: C. Hill, L. Foulkrod, L. Toiias. J. Zachman. S. Cutler, R. Kress M Gould. ROW 2: P. Howard, L. Kadetsky. M. Aron. C. Daley, L. Gove M Corbett, M. Guidetti, L. Backer, M. Horioka, D. Thompson. ROW 3 Miss Blanchard, M. Savage, N. Finkelstein, J. Neiman, J. McMullin, L Spinks. J. Howard. M. Heard, G. Woodbury. M. O'Conner. This year, girls' field hockey attracted many sopho- mores. The varsity team will be losing several valuable players who will be graduating, but the strong interest among the sophomores and iuniors will help to rebuild the team next year. The plays of Cheryl Daley, Maureen O'Connor, Mimi Huber and the fine defense work of Nancy Finkelstein and the other senior players will be missed next year. The team pulled through a tough season with good team effort even though the number of wins was not what it could have been. The girls' basketball team will be losing most of its varsity players to graduation. Co-Captains Cheryl Daley and Nancy Finkelstein proved to be excellent shots. Cheryl accumulated a total of 100 points during the season and Nancy just under 100. The team's 3-8-0 record was hardly indica- tive of the time and practice the girls put into their game, The juniors and sophomores who played on J.V. are expected to make up for the skilled players who will not be returning next year. -lx -Q , 1-.si z l l l O I-is-nv ."W'.. 5 3, 52 7' 1 WRESTLING As was expected. Coach Kojoyian's grapplers repeated previous year's perform- ances and kept their dynasty intact. Rolling through the season at a l5-l clip, the lone loss was the annual one to Wayland: the lions had relatively little trouble with any of their opponents. Starting with the 98 pound weight class and working up to unlimited. the Lions were strengthened at practically every position. Paul Arduino. at the 98 pound class for his third straight year. had his best season ever. At the next weight, junior Mike Foreman improved immensely over last year to become one of the most feared opponents in his weight class. Following Mike was Co-Captain Bill Hurwitz who fought off injuries to become the Lions only undefeated wrestler. He was followed by Senior Dave Smith. a standout performer, first year member Rich Hill. a good prospect for next year. and Steve Ftkin. Co-Captain Etkin fulfilled last year's prophL ecies by continuing his three year dominance over all would-be opponents. Subse- quent matmen Jerry Berkowitz and his brother David wrestled well the whole year. In the 157 pound class Larry Feldman. after shedding twenty-five pounds. com- piled a fine record. Despite a costly injury last year. John Frieie returned to set a school record for the most pins in one season. Finishing out with the heavyweight classes, Armen Kojoyian. Harris Krafchick. and Bob Staulo all proved to be con- sistent scorers. Of course the Lions will continue their dominance in this sport next year. .,, ,W 1 ' it 'E -U9 ROW 1:1 P. Arduino. D. Smith, I. Berkowitz. I. Frieze. B. Hurwitz. S. Etkin, L. Feldman, A. Kojoyian. B. Staulo, ROW 2: Coach Kojoyian. D. Lelchook. M. Forman. P Murphy. R. Hill, A. Backer. S. Singer. H. Krafchick ROW 3: Coach Hurwitz. M. Oshry. A. Gird. A. Nisson n ' T '4 'ff ' V' ' -T' lag, ..-1.3 1.-u S. Lanes. H. Frutkoff. L. Adelman. J. Ramirez. J. Sack D. Berkowitz. ROW 4: B. Corcoran. M. Sullivan. S Bucuvalus. R. Hyman, M. McDonald. W. Vespa. M Williams. M. Fogel. ROW 5: M. Frankel. C, Cutter. D Tennent. 565: i T ,yemU,m.f. . M ,ix The BASKETBALL W K v are X -11" , , ' H V' 4,131 1 it .V "0 2 Q M . ' Vfevl A . , A Q f J , . ., at ,. f an ' ns. V. A-f 1 . .,.-..- "' "Ht 'ft C' Ig .B 1 2,1 33X fills. 1- 'T ROW 1: J. Thorne, R. Izen. C. Adcock. S. Burgess. D. Gorton. E. Lane, M. Lushan, N. Moan, D. Noble. ROW 2: Coach Schoefer. R. Sherman. R. Lampert. R. Levine, A. Grupp. N. Eliot, J. Staulo. S. Green. S. Schertzer. J. Oppenheim. S. Casty. Coach Phinney. Missing: R. Duffy. lt was another rebuilding year for the basketball team. However, unlike other years when the rebuilt teams have turned out to be just as bad. if not worse. than previous teams. Coach Phinney has successfully put together a promising young squad. Working with only two seniors. Co-Captains Eric Lane and Dana Gorton. Coach Phinney and Coach McDermott took eighteen underclassmen, drilled the basics of the game into their heads. and spent the entire season trying to mold these boys into a cohesive unit. Although their league record. 2-l2. doesn't show it. Phinney accomplished what he set out to do. Due to the fact that last year's entire squad graduated. there were many new faces on the varsity this year. Doug Noble. Dana Gorton. and Ned Moan handled the backcourt chores while John Staulo. Bobby Levine. and Randy Lampert took care of things under the boards. Since the squad will remain virtually intact for next year. along with guards Mike Lushan and Steve Bargess. and big men Jim Oppenheim. Neal Eliot and Al Grupp coming up from the J.V.. there is no question that the team will have its best season in years. 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 SCORES Newton Belmont . Lincoln Sudbury Westwood Lynnfield Acton Weston Lincoln-Sudbury Westwood . Lynnfield Acton Wayland Weston AX :Mk 5 X X J Km, 'Hu J -3 'wwf , Q , . ':.f--'i'f'i 'fit 7i"'L5:Q' 'L fi. digg' qu-71 3. .EW A .1- Azff, .jf u Q U- ' 3 . " -wq g , 3 5' " The track team did as well asl any track team could that hady only fifteen members going outi for the team and showing up forl each meet. In fact, it's amazingl that with such a small group tol work with, Coach Sutherland won t two meets and came close to win- i ning several more. The Lions posted a 2-5 record ' behind the running of Dave Peters, who copped third place 0 in the State Class C hurdles, and with the support of Eliot Loew and Dan McDonald in the dash,g Howie Haimes in the 300, Paul' Nisson and Roy Linn in the 600, Jon Seeler in the 100, Mike Le- blanc and Charley Pottey in the long distances, and Charley Ap- plestein and Ken Green in the .1 field events. i Unless there is some drastic i change in the popularity of track at South. Coach Sutherland will have just as many problems next '. year as he had this year. l i l l l I i R ,-or afar if -9- --'s Q .f - . it p 0 ,.s. 4.- C' -Y 'fi fn . .31 vi Li-Q ws . Ali SCORES Newton South l Acton l Newton South 2 Westwood . . 0 Newton South l Lynnfield ,. 2 Newton South 4 Lincoln Sudbury . , 3 Newton South 1 Wayland . , , . 5 Newton South 0 Weston 2 Newton South 1 Bedford , 6 Newton South 4 Acton . . ., 0 Newton South 4 Westwood . , , 0 Newton South 0 Lynnfield . , . 4 Newton South 2 Lincoln Sudbury 2 Newton South 4 Wayland . , , 3 Newton South 0 Weston 0 Newton South 4 Wayland 3 This ear's hocke season was a leasant sur- Y prise for Coach McPhee. The team was in the rebuilding stage, centering around sophomores and juniors. Youth alone cannot make a hockey team so Coach McPhee had two brilliant seniors, Co-Captains Clem Virgilio and Paul Modern, to w help out any way they could. Another returning . I senior was three year veteran Bob Mayer who, though he didn't see much ice time this year, gave . invaluable help to the sophomores. 0172 The team was well balanced with both scoring 5 and defense. Goalie Paul Modern had another i spectacular year in the nets, but this wouldn't have 5 been possible without a well organized defensive effort. The defense was led by Clem Virgilio, with juniors Stan Mescon and Richie Dunne playing S very well together. Also, backing up Modern this year was sophomore goalie Jim Caruso who looked impressive in the games he played in. The scoring punch this year was spread out be- tween many players. Sophomore Dirk Pittman led in the goals department, scoring them in bunches at a time. His brother Joe, Bob Ronayne, and Steve McElroy, though they didn't score many K goals, were also very impressive. Two other soph- omores who scored for the Lion's this year were Ricky Voss and Mark Sturnick. Only three seniors will be graduating and the rest of the team will be back for next year. Since they have gained valuable game experience this past season, next year they should fare very well in the Dual County League. x , i D. Pittman, S. Aries, P. Modern. C. Virgilio, S. McElroy, J. Pittman, I. Caruso, B. Ronayne, D. Furbush, M. Sturnick, S. Mescon, R. Voss, R. Dunne. 107 . , I g F i N ' 1,-,'.'-'rv .- ij ' . r lt 5 T 5 f ,, Y ' ' A W as I L Wi p V t A ' .M -wif: in In ii 5 A45 'l t . ' e f - l A 5 ' as 5' 1' I f . i fx i i ' 1 sf , v 4 .4- i ROW l: J. Levine, G. Framson. B. King, M. Milgroom, A. Shapiro. T. Lane. ROW 2: Coach Delgaddos, L. Tighe. A. Cohen, A. Singer, M. Walsh, M. Dinkel. L. Levine, M. Zeiring. i i i i l i i lO8 W NAT it, l , ,f f i The Newton South Gymnasts, after a poor season last year, went from rags to riches this year by capturing the Dual County League championship. In its brief two year history, Coach Steeves has developed the gymnastic team from novices into polished performers. After dropping their first three meets, the Lion squad, led by sparkling Andy Cohen who dominated the scoring, roared back and won five of their next six meets. The Lions will lose half the team to grad- uation but because of the growing interest in gymnastics, Coach Steeves will have no trouble recruiting new members next year. This year's girls gymnastic team was the strongest it has been in several years. The enthusiasm and skill of the sopho- mores and juniors along with their stren- uous practicing will ensure a successful season next year. Hindered by the Hu epidemic. the team did not do as well as it could have. Still, its final record was 3-4-O. The meets were all close and one was lost by only four- tenths of a point. Besides fine team work, there were many gymnasts with outstanding individ- ual achievement. Lauren Tofias qualified for the state meet in Hoor-ex and the un- even parallel bars. Julie Fagan qualified in floor-ex and Diane Weist in vaulting. Amy Glick, Martha Snodgrass. and Cheryl Parker each had two qualifying scores also. ROW 1: L. Gove. J. Fagan, J. McMullin, C Parker. ROW 2: A. Kroeker, S. Reed, D. Weist K. Kaufman. 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' " I .if fg-'g.Z.-11,1 :,:"f, ' ' .g- "L, ,"- :ay-1 .LM , - - . .ti A 1 " , ,. p-als-"" -, .---- ., 2 I ugq J. ' .W w 4. ' 1 v fi 'Ji ,A .I . ,, . ,, 1 I N jg .-jg. , .SL 1 :Ji 'J :ag jg, ' --c ..- -1 -1 - - 2 , xl s 1 z Q fi. L lb, 1-. ,n :fi E- I ff Q. . 3 , , ng. . Sometimes change is very subtle. You don't feel it and when people speak to you and say, "Have you changed?" you say "no," But then you go home and really think and remember when you were a kid, and you smile and maybe you cry but you see that yes, you've changed. No, your eyes are still hazel and you're still partial to denim skirts and chocolate chip'but things are different. JEAN ELLEN ABRAMSON 44 Brush Hill Road Cutler "jennifer" ""w I do my thing, and you do your thing. I am not in this uforld to lizfe up to your expectations. And you are not in this world to lizfe up to mine. You are you and I am I, And if hy chance we find each other, 1t's beautiful. Frederick S. Perls WARREN ABRAMSON 50 Countryside Road Goodwin "Some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that nezfer were and say why not." My fondest memory of South is the Strike of last spring, for it really brought the school together for the first time. EREDERIC ADELSON 20 Verndale Road .. Cutler "Ricky" k' . "Man must not lwe hy bread alone." I'll never forget the nites at Aj's, the nite of Oct. 2nd, and the nite Halloween came a month early. I i - cannot say I am sorry that I am X51 leaving South. One thing I can 'K say is I am glad I am not staying. -X ' N G Xi., . 5' LAURIE ALPERT 123 Walnut Hill Road Goodwin The capacity to lone and to care is the thing which gives life its greatest signincance. Fondest memories with Amy, Rosetta, Karen and most of all, with joel. . iffil -Vs '- 'WY MICHELLE ALKON 25 Cynthia Road Vlheeler "Mitch" "How can you ask if I'm happy going my way? You might as well ask a child at play. There's no need to discuss or understand me. I won't ask of myself to become someone else. l'll just he me." I'll always remember: E block with Mrs. R. and friends, trash with Mrs. M., Israel '70, People New: Andi Linda, Old: Ellen, De-bole 84 Marcia, Special: Steven. CARYN ALPERIN 60 Levbert Road Cutler "lWithout friends no one would choose to lizie, though he had all other goods." I'll never forget two cokes, the nights, bly, G's D class, the nights, the laughs, working and the west, my curve ball. French Club 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. NANCY RUTH ALPERT 140 Dedham Street Goodwin "Your joy is your sorrow un- mashed. When you are sorrowful loola again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight." Big Fall, Corn, Queenhurl, Projects B-71-risingstar, Godonly, Swine, Easy? Hey judeb'naib'nai, journal, Ido, Wendell rumsled, should we write this? Someone I like- IEO Regulus Advertising ED. JOSEPH AMENDOLA 58 john Street Cutler JUDY BETH ANDLER 148 Winchester Street Good w i n To dream the impossible dream. ,. To ,ight the unhealahle foe...To hear the unhearahle sorrow. .. To run where the hrare dare no! go. . . To right the unrighlahle wrong. .. To lozfe pure and chaste from afar .. . To try when your arms are too weary, To reach the unreachable star... This is my quest to fol- low that star... No matter how hopeless, no matter how far... PAUL ARDUINO 15 Cavanuagh Path Cutler "Ardy" "Ardo" "To quit is to lose" Wrestling is a worthwhile experi- ence and you don't have to be a 98 lb. weakling. Thanks MK Beat Wayland Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 31 Soccer 1. ,nf MICHAEL GARY ARNOW 32 Chatham Road Cutler "Mike" When I am right no one remem- hers, When I am wrong no one forgets. ,IV Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basket- ball 3, Golf Alt. 2, Golf Varsity 33 Ski Club 2, 53 AFS 2. an f'lS Ffh RUS STEVEN JAY ARONSON 65 Longfellow Road Cutler "Steve" "And in the end the lore you take Is equal to the lozfe you make." I'll never forget: MICHELLE, great times in Nefty and DeMolay, S.S., L.G., L.T., S.F., O.R., EV. 81 El, Deb and Phil, Chuckie, D.L., C.G., 9f27, 511, 5126. Soccer 1, 2, 5, Baseball 1. JOANNE BAKER 286 Dedham Street Goodwin "The time to he happy is today" l'll remember: Halloween-walking up to a raccoon coat, hide them wine glasses, eh Nic? A battered green Mustang, the cleanest house in Newton-even on New Year'5 Eveg an .OK cousin, T., I love everyone in the Steve Canyon Club. Home-room Manager 1, 23 Steve C3f1Yon Club 1, 2, 33 L'ecole Ar- radie O, O, O. 'xt . tl 9 .. "Robin, ge HERBERT E. AUERBACH 22 Louise Road Goodwin "Herb" Hockey 1, 2,5 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. BRUCE C. BAILY 243 Jackson Street Goodwin BARBRA BAKER 45 Beethoven Avenue Cutler "Babs" As long as I line I shall always he myself-and no other Always just me. Dance Club, Volleyball lg Library Club. 11-1-i-..,,... t me Batman" i,..47' 'U' I H X li ' 150 1' And you realize that when you were little there was so much that you didn't see and feel that you know now. Now you've got life to contend with and it's painful sometimes. I mean like things you Could ignore you have to face. Or maybe the world's changed, maybe people aren't like they were when you were younger. Well, I don't know! I 3 J KENNETH A. BECKER wi I 32 Oxford Road I " Q Cutler "Ken" ' 'N' Band 1, 2, 3g Stage Crew lg A B P Wi - Dick 1, 3. ' hank for all the hel people T 's P - Do they really store bones under the furnace? DONNA BENDERS 30 Harrison Street an Cutler "Chrissy" To live in this world, one must be- lieve that every one is crazy. I be- lieve it! TERRI BAKER 23 Fox Hill Road Wheeler "Make .romeone happy Make tomeone tmile Come on now people and let'.r make life worthwhile Let'.t work together Come on come on Let'J work together For together we will stand Every hoy, girl, woman and man. I'll remember friends, strange hap- penings, six feet of nothing. Steve Canyon Club 1, 2, 3. SHELLEY DIANE BAKST 471 Dudley Road Cutler "Fd like to get away from the earth a while, And then come hack to it and hegin ozfer, Earth'.r the right place for love. I don't know where it'5 likely to go hetter." -fi MAUREEN BARRY 65 Oxford Road Cutler Loving meant to Lore that which it unlozfahle Or it it no virtue at ally Forgiving meant to Pardon the unpardonahle, or it it no virtue at all,' Faith meant Believing the unheliezfahle, or it it no ifirtue at all,' And to Hope meant Hoping when Thing: are hopeletr, or it it no ifirtue at all. AMY BERGER 108 Craftsland Road Goodwin "Bergy" "No matter what har happened hefore, today is the jirtt day of the rest of your life." l'll never forget: IOTA Conlg 69 New Year'sg the Hollywood Bowl with Nancig South and Ftiendly's parking lotsg the Otruckg my B.F.g P.S.R.N.S.G. Thank you, Stanley. Spanish Clubg Senior Prom 1, 3. N! DANIEL BARKIN 540 Parker Street Goodwin "Danny" Was there ever a cause too lost, Ezfer a caute that war loft too long, Or that ,rhowed with the lapte of time too rain, For the generour tears of youth and Jong? Denebola 2g Debating Club 2, 31 NEWQ City Hall Intern 23 Cross Country lg Indoor Track Ig Out- door Track 2g Lacrosse 2, 3. 49 ,A QA. s 'tar CAREN L. BERKMAN 259 Spiers Road Cutler "Berky" "A smile takes hut a moment but the memory of it lasts forever. ." I'll never forget: my sophomore year, all my crushes and Sherylg summer '69, '7Og CTN and my B.F.sg Elmy's Hotelg Thanksgiving '69g GFRQ the musical candleg Caren's best friendg ketchup bot- tlesg crobiesg Heigel and my se- cretg 1-17-70. Thank you, Frank, for completing my high school years and you are so very special to me. ,Sci ,M 5 l 'Sn-. EMILY BERGMAN 33 Cannon Street Goodwin "Em" "...They fancied themselves free, and no one will erer he free, so long as there are pestilencesf' Albert Camus Never forget-summer 69-703 Hey, H23-4! B.F.'s bullets, Huh Gail? Band of Gold! Oh No! Mung, Fung, Bung, Huh Kar? A.N.A.T. L.M.M. Must be the season of the Witch. I'll never forget jeff. JUDITH ELLEN BERK 19 Andrew Street Goodwin You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind hlows. Bob Dylan GERALD S. BERKOWITZ 53 Sheldon Road Cutler "jerry" "Gerry" I hope I forget the summer of '70, it stunk. I'll try to forget the Wayland match "70" and the sprints during baseball, MzAeLz9DbCwSgjoon770KPeEu- PdBn. It was fun while it lasted. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3g Varsity Baseball 2, 3g Basketball 1. GEORGE BERMAN 164 Quinobequin Road Goodwin "Knowledge is proud he has learned so muchf wisdom is humhle he knows so little." My sincere thanks to all my teachers who tried to make my classes interesting and rewarding, but especially to Mr. Altree who succeeded. Debating Club 13 VP 21 Denebola 35 NEW? 2, 33 City Hall Intern ZW fiber And I guess you grow. I mean you experience and you are hurt, but hurt can be beautifulg do you understand, because when you hurt inside you learn and this can Change you. And when you think of change you think maybe of people youye loved and what you've learned from them. ROBERT BERKOWITZ 140 Vine Street Wheeler "Bob" "If I told you what it takes to reach the highest high yo1c'd laugh and say nothings that sim- Plein Camp Naomi-those good old country comforts in my bones- SUFHIIIGI' at 69 FRED. l'll never forget going to Babson and letting NHUCY drive. FRED-A FRIEND. T.G.I.F.-LGGS! l !! Teaticket-Jeff? XVheeler House Council 13 Cross Country and Track lg Steve Can- t lv f J YOr1.Club 1, 2, 31 Goodnight Chet, David and Baba Ram Dass. ANDREA LEE BER LY 149 Christina Street - WheelerfGoodwin "Andi" ft' Let us leave our old friends in one of those moments of ttnnzixed happiness of which if we seek them, there are erer some, to cheer our transitory existence here. There are dark shadows on the earth hut its lights are stronger in the contrast. 'f ii-1. -- av ' M 4 vs 'ft ig" :Ai -Dickens I leave to South: all mistakes in DENEBOLA. Sorry O.C. And I still owe an ice cream cone to 151 W.G. and N.A. HOWARD BERMAN 33 Sheldon Road Goodwin "Once the idea of God ir under- rtood, and the role of humanity ir determined, my part would he to make them known, my duty would .rurnnzon me to ,ray to the poet, to science, to muric, to phi- lorophy, to everything that men do: there ir your tark, there is your objective." LAUREN BERMAN 386 Winchester Street Goodwin "Laurie" "Both rain and .funrhine make up a rainhowf' I'll never forget: true friends, as suchg 100 stupid thingsg the Deliti- zer Triog a trip to japang Lanark '69-'70, a green FBI agentg tooth- brushes, hypnosisg skatingg 13 milesg the function machineg tick- etsg poemsg mice, Ahag all my friends and many adventures. Regular Assistant Editorg Tennisg Make-up Committee. WALTER A. BISSEX 208 Woodward Street Wheeler "ColourJ of the run flaxhing on the watertop echo from the land. Dig- ging for a corn, many other tiny worldr slipping hy my hand, Wait to underrtanrl you are not ileeping, you are not keeping yourrelf in- ride." Can't forget: Karen, SG, summers '68, '70, All-nighters. I leave to NS the greenhouse, my music, a brother and sister, and the worms on the hill. Favorite words: Wad- dya Wanna do? lat Paragon! DEBOILAH ROBIN BLINDER 15 Kendall Road Wheeler "Debbie" Freshman Hebrew College Piano and Dance are two hobbies. I leave to Newton South one copy of "Math Can Be Fun." GAIL ELLEN BLOCH 1860 Beacon Street Goodwin "Red" "Teach me not the ar! of re- rnwnzlzeriizg, hut the art of for- ,,'E"lI!?lg'-fO7' I 7'677l?Z'Il1l'f thingy I .iiih to renzernhcr hut I cannot . ' ' ,il frirrtt thzmur I izzih to forget. l'il never forget: IS, LI., The crimtlg My cross country tourg sum- mer -it "Og Color greeng cracking eggsg That certain someoneg Apr. lstg My favorite brotherg Hey, has anyone seen Jane? A special thanks to my other half and KH. 'UN ' fq rr- rf fw- nr HELAINE BLONDER 108 Andrew Street "An apple ir red. the .thy ir hlue. The run is yellow, and the earth ir hrown. If I arhed you could you tell rne what color ii love?" I'll never forget: summers in Gloucester, 3 years of learning and reacting to lifeg friendships that grew as we did, and three wonderful neoole who have cared for the past 18 years and haven'r let me down yet. What's important is how beautiful life can be. HELGA BLUESTONE 47 Larchmont Avenue Goodwin Lire: life ir ifaluahle and rhould he ured to the hert of a person? capacity to realize dream: and de- .virer .... ERIC J. BOGEN 39 Spaulding Lane Cutler "Rick" To Newton South High School I leave my deepest gratitude for opening up to me the great field of sports. I'll never forget: as captain of the soccer team, the fight for the play- off berth in the State Tournament. I close with the thought not to ever wish for anythingg it is a dis- appointing experience. Soccer -, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3- BARRY ANDREW BOND 12 Sutcliffe Park Cutler Speech war given to the ordinary fort of men wherehy to communi- cate their mindq hut to wire men, wherehy to conceal it. Robert South DALE BONNER 160 Lake Avenue Cutler I dream a world where man No other will Jcorn,, Where lore will hlerr the earth And Peace its paths adorn. I'll never forget: Hadassg Flowersg Hal, Hop and Miss Mexico. Special thanks to T.L. for whom I hold a soft spot. Anybody for a Sacred Heart dance? Where's B.C.? The What? The Score? G.A.A. Tteas. 3g Basketball 2, 33 Volleyball 2, 35 Regulur Circ. 1, 2. 3. DIANE B. BOYER 60 Brookline Street Cutler DEBRA BRIGGS 7 Indiana Court Wheeler "Debby" "Turtle: can tell more about the road than Harer." "l am forezfer walking upon there Jhorer, hetwixt the rand and the foam. The high tide will ceare my footprints, and the wind will hlow away the foam. But the rea Will remain forever." 'Kahlil Gibran PAULA BRONSTEIN 522 Dedham Street Wheeler "When you part from your friend, Grieve not, for that which you love mort in him may he dearer in his absence." I'll never forget: Summer '69, Switz., JS, Lunch, NC, rides, great times in and out of South, WHGR, the Jay and JC, fun with SF and company. Sis-AP, one weekend, GS. Thanks for everything Dave, fond memories of 3 yrs. together. 08:13, L8cL, BBstT and the "Night They Raided Minskie's." Gymnastics 2, 35 Ski Club 1, 2, 3g Denebola. DEBORAH J. BUDD 224 Jackson Street Goodwin "Debbie" "Gentlemen always seem to remem- her blondes." I'll never forget: 7!21!70, V-Par- ties, j.j.j., beeps, my big bash, Kenmore Sq., friends, summer of '70, and Stan. Capt. Majorettesg Pres. Spanish Clubg Soph. Activity Committeeg Blueprints Staffg Regulur Data and Circulation Staffg Denebola Ad. Staffg A.F.S.g French Clubg F.T.A. SUSAN KATHARINE BURROWES 157 Elgin Street Wheeler "Suki" "We have lost religion, but we have gained humanirm. The ideal now ir to liherate and to help emancipate mankind, with the re- sult that man ,hecomes really ahso- lute for man." Jean-Paul Sartre wt ll.. x l Kfffi-e-L 'ii if G 4 Q, 4 4 4 F :Pk if X 11 lb "U'ff' av limp, " Y 9 SITZI CAIIILI. IU Park Drin- Cutler "l'i,op" riilrll llft rmrrl rin to nfrtt you, ,liar the html lit' .always .ft xffur ,Hill llal lla run Illini rzarnr zzfww your farrf, tht mint fall :oft lzfion your fit-'lrls .xml until me nrtet t1,rJ.1i1.f . , . . may GOD lwlrl 'wrt in tht- fwlw of llit Ilantl, Remember: f.XX'l'iIGf KfC,M'I'PtJO fGVXX7DBRlJCIIVXXWQNISBFISIIH PMZSNDUFOJlil'.1XX"'l'f' C JTXITXVN LAVVRENCE CANNER 29 Reservoir Avenue Goodwin "Be jurt what you are Not what you are not, Thine zwlm do that are of the hafpitrt lol." What would happen if: XYK' ever broke even? Re,rqul1z,r Ad Stuff l, 2g Denebola Advertising Editor, Math Clubg Intramural Basketball. DIANE CANTER ll June Lane Wlheeler "Di" "Be true to your Z'dl7l6.f.H Never forget: 714110, New Year's '70, summer '70, crush, CS specials. 6728 Buick Special huh Es? burps, gags, lizard, G room. Ka talks, 672-i SPL, Roscos Ratmobile. Oscar point to Mecca! Paragon. Thanx H and I-Ieda, Fric-ndly's, MV '69, my great BFS thanx. The night of the elephant huh Ob and Koff? And a certain someone who made my summer, thanx Ross. FRANCES ANN CAPLAN 58 Myerson Lane Goodwin "Frani" Keep your fare alzvayr tozzardt the runrhine, and the .tlnzdozzgr u ill fall hehind you. I'll never forget: The hte and what it started, true friends, the era. summer '69, surprise 16, the phone and fi wrong number, stupid things, a great weekend, traces of Love, growing up, and ci tlnrtisand memories with not gi single regret. RARXN CARLSON 753 Spiers Road Cutler zz rc 1 1 4 5 ,mat h nznth aid I zzzll .l, tl re! rrlfnerr. 5 -.7 LINDA CARNAM 107 Parker Avenue Cutler "Mary" "If you need a friend I'n2 sailing right behind." Thanx Munchkin--you made the last tour years the best. Nanci, do Chinese people make poached oys- ters? I'll never forget: all the peo- ple who made my three years at NSHS great. Our little U1 fights- huh lele., watch out for the FBI., summer '70 with Annie. Long live the hsh MG, DL, SR, JT, ss. Thanks Merrill. N ix NEAL CARPENTER 16 Park Drive Cutler "When all the blandishments of life are gone, the cowards sneak to death, the brave life on." "Whats the use? Yesterday an egg, tomorrow a feather dusterf' Vladimir Nabokov And it's real, because the boy with the green eyes and the tennis racket taught you that you've got to expose your- self, and maybe he showed you lzow to play the piano, and now it's tize piano that kind of makes life. And it's music. Yes, you think, I've changed PHILIP CARPENTER 16 Park Drive Cutler "Phil" "It isn't the experience of today that drives men mad. It's the re- morse for something that hap- pened yesterday and the dread of what tomorrow may disclose." If you are, you must be, therefore not to be. If you are not, you couldn't be, therefore befor not. PAULA CASDAN 107 Hartman Road Cutler Take hands and part with laughte . . . . .touch lips and part wit tears." I'll never forget: Oct. 4 1969: He Nightg DNQ New Year's Eve '65 '70g S8cP sleezesg my pink dog Fla. '70, 2-1970 Iota Convg Rn 3755 Brockton Fair with NSQ Sum mer '70g Labor Day wknd '70, al the fantastic friendsg a sticky fro, and most of all David. French Clubg Denebolag Regulus. KAREN CASLER 28 Columbine Road Wheeler "To be nobody-but-yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you ezfery- body else-means to ight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and neifer stop fighting." -e. e. cummings IW, LA, AS, JW, RL, LS. NICOLA CATALDO 34 Pilgrim Road Goodwin "Nicci" Dear NSI-IS, Thank you, you deaf dumb elec- tric blender. Bang! Bang! Bang! You can't get me. Love, 3536092 Steve Canyon Club 1, 2, 3. DANIEL BENZO CELLI 351 Parker Street Goodwin "Win without boastingg Lose with- out excuse." Friends depart but memories take their place. To a real good friend-Joseph L. DeLuca. K+ -.psi iff? JANE ELLEN CETLIN 152 Hagen Road "l knew who I was when I got up this morning sir," said Alice, "hut I hardly know just at present,- you see I change so often." Thank you for your diversity and perversity. Rah. "If a man does not keep pare with his companions, perhaps it is he- fause he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, howezfer measured or far away." SUSAN CHARLOFF 28 Levbert Road Wheeler "Suze" "They not husy heing horn, are husy dying," I will never forget ETWD, and the famous inn, Cross Country, New Years, visitors from Phili, Bets. Don't ever forget all those DDs. Red GTO's, C YA, jeraldine, all those B boys and one in partic- ular. Friendship is a small word, it's people who make it big-right Bets! Favorite hobby: Fair-Hursting and wall checking! Tennis Teamg PTSA. JANE BETH CLAYTON 11 Renee Terrace Cutler "As we grow older our eyes grow weaker, hut we never forget what we'ue seen with our hearts." I'll never forget: my soph. year, RM, RA-those good old simple days, "Don,T-10", "Yes john" huh Cher?, summer '69, those "times" with JW, ,IS on Mt. Tom. Wheeler Lounge, Let it Be, AF, unforget- table times with the "Crew", Ad- ventures with PB 8c EK, a teacher who helped a lot. Ski Club 1, 2, 33 FTA 1, Zg French Club 1, 2, 3. DONALD COGAN 21 Deborah Road Wheeler "Don" "Fred" "Feef" "The greatest glory comes not from victory or success, hut when we rise up after we have fallen." Won't forget: Summer of '70 CI'd like to though.J What would hap- pen if: Fat Al had cracked up the BMW, or Li could study by him- self? Astronomy Club 13 Science Club 2, 33 Cross Country 35 Math Tutoring 5. ANDY COHEN 16 Country Club Road Wheeler But I would say to my fellows, once for all, As long as possible lizte free and uncommitted. It makes hut little difference whether you are committed to a ,farm or the county jail . -Thoreau It it 41 CHERYL COHEN 84 Brandeis Road Cutler "Cherie" "Through lore one creates his own personality and helps others create theirs." l'll never forget: New Year's '69, R.D.F., Halloween '70, and what would happen if I didn't shake. Ski Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 A.F.C. 1. ' 045' l. DAVID E. COHEN 111 Rosalie Road Goodwin I'll never forget my sports career at N.S.H.S. and all the people that made it happen. N.M., R.F., DH., D.T., MO., E.V.D., PP., M.S. Tennis 1, 2, 5, Captain 35 Soccer 2, 5. ,I-, ,Ni 1 l kt' V i t 1 :Z And now maybe you wish for the naivete of childhood. And you think of the kid who used to live across the street and moved, and you wonder what happened to him. And then you meet the kid and you reminisce and then there's silence and you clear your throat and say good night. Yes, you've changed. , ,r 155 I I I -I I I ll 7311, I I i " ' .,- "f ' I I , t I I l 'IUDY COHEN 9 Xlilalter Street I Cutler 1 ll il I il tl I I 'I I, ll l A I I . I I H, 4. I il! I I l N ,ll I I i il ITI .I. ,,. I A KENNETH COHEN 26 Westminster Road Goodwin "Ken" Wipftrecitzlf zvluzt you lime, for you never realize hott' IllIf7OYfd7If il it until if if 'gozzef' Intramural Basketball 1, 2g Golf , s -, 5. XVILLIAM COOPER u Stiles Tetract Cutler "Bill" NEAL COHEN 191 Spiers Road Goodwin I finally made it. Will I now con- tinue squaring polynomials and using Cliff Notes or will I find out why I did? OLIVIA JANE COHEN 15 Bacon Place Goodwin "Farewell lo you and the youll: l have spent with you. It um but yerlerflay tee met in a dream . . ." I'll always remember: Spring '69, 143 and Shmutzg A vampireg Names, songs, Love and under- standing shared with my special friendsg and an endless summer full of smiles, keys and happiness. Ditto Andy, for everything. To my parents and Mrs. R.-Thanks for always being so great. CAROL COLETTI 66 Goddard Street Goodwin "Carolina" "A jug of twine, u loaf of bread and Ibou al my rifle." I'm crazy about: My tall, dark, handsome Italian-CLEM, Nov. 26, 693 the first times . . . and the wonderful moments that followed. I'll always remember: iii Hockey and Baseball games, Florida with M.G., Champagne! Tears, Flowers, Prom '69, Peter. Business Work Study 2, 33 Faculty Award 1, 23 Pep Squadg Senior Prom. '-UN 1 ,ff l , , 1 5 I gm, rg. ' I il l ll ll SFANLEX CORRIN 29 Dorcar Road Xvlieeler .IANE CREEDMAN 61 Brush Hill Road XY'lieelt-r I get by with gi little help from my friends. Thanks .... Neil, Ruthie, Riehard, Amy, Daxid, Larry, Lloyd Peter, Robs, lerry, Sam, Dave, Steven, and Amy, Paul, Skip, Lisa Burt, Steven, jon, Chris, Paul, Iohn, Ringo, Meril, Prissy. George, Nancy, Rick, Sue, -lane, Joanne, Maurine, Mary, Donni, Bob, N.H., ME. Lil, Tasha, liric. Lisa, B.1rb.tr.t, Andi, Sttvtt, LXR, ltll, Ellen, Alike' Ruth and Mel. v v RICHARD CONE 25 XVoodhaven Road Cutler "Rick" "Buffalo rotting in tlae fuzz Poor people romiliazg one by one Bu! 1t'.r loo lale the buflulok fletulf' New. 11 Art ctmifmtiii 2, 5, l Soccer Z, Captain 1, Regulur Art Staff 53 Stage Crew 2. 7? ANDREW DAVID CUTLER 82 Greenwood Street Cutler "Andy" "To he able lo hurl joy in .... anotherk joy: that it the ferret of Happinerrf' I'll never forget: The summer of '69 and Robi. But the summer of '70 is still here. July 8th and 10th. THE LAKE. Thank you for every- thing Olivia. I leave to Newton South two more Cutlers. Football 1, 2, 5, Wrestling lg La- crosse l, 2, 3. -gi? MARLENE CROLL 255 B.1ldp.1te llill Road Xvheeler "Marloon" "SC'tI.lff7l.f they ,Qo VYIIHIJ1 and VUIII-'il fuziuttrl ,tmnitr ,ro up and 11111171 ll"c'rc txzfvtim' on the mrorncl of time ll"t' ffuft return ut' FHM ozzl-Vlnok hc'hi11.l ,.., " The bus tofleehouse RCB. VUDB, DR, B. The bridge EPM, Allf, CC, llflfifofl Poop Beblwy Bum Ro- tunda Qnet-nie, IHK Sylvester PLG, MG, Kittens Richard Bliz- zard of WI. Burt Tricks Tom Stop the Car, Get Outl Stage Crew BARBARA CURRIE 5 Nightin,f:,.1le Path Goodwin "The forrcr of lore azohorly otwzr, yet it it lwztg perhaps jurl for you tzml I aml .lfllIlC!lflj', the z4'orlrl." Never forget: many memories with ES, summer '69 on the roof, those 8:00 AM parties, Christmas vaca- tion with DH, HE, IV, BY, RG, LY, ML, '70 New Year's-huh Es? The boat, U. Of Mass. and Nasson with Marty, 8f7f69, Nantasket with DH, ti beautiful talk at Rock- port and master. It's 10:30 and I love him. .vy- JAMES ALAN CUTLER 61 Winston Road Wht'eler "Jim" "Cut" "They're tmirzg to Lil! me," Yor- .mrian lOlfl' him calmly. "No or2e'J trying to kill you," Clerizzger cried. "Then why are they shoot- ing :zz me?" Yormrimz asked. "They're rhootizzg at 6I'67'-1'071?,U Clcrizzger azzfzvered. "They're try- ing to kill everyone."--"A11d what fliffcreure doer that make?" There 11:11 only one catch .... and that um Catch-22." PETER DANA 24 Shady Hill Road NXf'heeler "Dago" "Doice" Great moments: Andover with CG 6: SO, Fla. with IT 8: JM. NWON, all the card games, driving lessons with R.S., my basement 84 all that went on in it. I'll never forget: Unga, Leyto, FBM, Sealso and the rest of the boys. Mark you did right! Florida '70 with NW gg lM. Football lg Baseball lg Student gouncil lg Student-Faculty Forum rw, t 2 1,-' We "Kiss me you fool!" ,vias W .....-,W fv vm , I , f .' f L f,i?g,,,gi T L,v. g2 .i4 MARK CYKER A128 Dudley Road Cutler lluho long! in .roliturle to life, .form hzi ll'1i,flh76j it-ill gain,- Ilffefr hope rzml lore, Men ,gel and girt- ximl leizze him to hir Pain. lohnann Goethe W-ff'-V I CHERYL DALEY 982 Beacon Street Goodwin VIVIAN DANA 12 Esty Farm Road XY'heeler "Vi" "Il it not lrulal IIIIIFZ7 Ice' h.:re, lm! bull' math ut' enjoy tluzf nmhtr l7app1'ue.r.v." I'll never forget: M. V. '60 on "O, burps, summers '60 84 T0. gags, G room, Moment of Madness. B. F.'s forever, Lizard, Monks un- cle, Bowen, whrfs Crazy, Alan? Driving lessons. RA, OB, RH. CR, MR, Long Raps. one big Family. To my wonderful friends, thanks, And to someone special, Dicky. Iii I In I S 'l I I 1 r I I I I l I I J I I llll I . ' 1 I I I , I I I I 1 l l V1 Il Ill h, I 1 1 f I I ll ii I I V 1, J. ,, I I I 1 I II I1 LELAND R. DAUM I2 Lantern Lane Wlheeler "Lee" "Ez-ergflvmg 111111 we porters in life 15 of 210 memzirzg 111 lbe bereaflerf' I'll always remember my two sis- ters, who kept me going when all seemed lost. I remember many peo- ple and many events, especially those who gave me so much in- sight into human nature. Special thanks to Mr. Arner and Mr. C., math tutors '69-71, stage chewg HR. teacher 6210. SHERYL DAVIDOFF 12 Sevland Road Goodwin "Hope" Wbal ir beautiful ir good and wbo ir good will 10011 be beautiful. l'll always remember: Georges Polkies, California, a sunken-in foot cast, summers at Nantasket with JK, AG, BK, KL, JL, JG, and SS. John's whistling, Snoodles by mistake, soph. crushes, Caren and I had our famous cars huh Wendy? Linda's friendship and last but most meaningful-2 best friends, Moe and Nanci. French Club 1. fi ANITA DAVIS 151 Rolling Lane Goodwin "II"e are .rbtzped and fd.Il7l07I6ll by zrluzt rue lore." I'll never forget: Lerman TM: EXBEEK, June 19g Long D. callsg summer "Og MA and PAC, mouse duck Porky, U. Mass., BS and probsg DLC crowd. I leave to New- ton South the forthcoming of LISA. . 5? GAYLE DAVIS 15 Linda Lane Goodwin "l'1'e .teen 511111131 days lbat I tbozzgbl zvozzltzl 11ez'er eml, I'z'e seen lonely limer Zl'lJt."lI I could 1101 jqlld 11 frzeml, bu! I Lzlzzuyr lbougbt I'1l .fee11,Qdi1l. PS I love youg The G with luv, I want to thank you for the most wonderful 2 yrs. of my life. I'll never forget Prom '70, Amy and Rickyg Barnstable, potatoesg blister, SRSPANS1 thank you YL. French Clubg Denebolag Publicity, Home Room Manager. V' ,n ws-47 JOHN M. DEAN 105 Oakdale Road Wheeler H171 zvildrzerr ir the prererzratiozz of :be z4'0rl1l." -Thoreau Newton South Ecology Action Newton Educatonal Workshop THERESA DENTINO 128 Charlemont Street Wheeler "Terri" Life goer on ro fart but 11111 well Jmys in my bear! ufjlb all tlve friend! I'1'e made. 1 -. A gal W, .,.- 7 ai "Don't Hit!! Don't Hitll' I'll never forget ION and our luv that will never end. You always said I was your B.B.B. Or J.P.S. who I luv like a brother. Were going to make it, brother. Luck to you: M.G., L.W., P.I-I., K.B., C.G. You're the greatest I.R.S. Q .v ' . ,vm ., I? 'W JOSEPH L. DELUCA, JR. 992 Dedham Street Goodwin "Joe" "Remember, if yozfre going to do it, do if. Dorf! talk about it." I leave NS a used Mafia Gavel. I'll never forget: what my friends Dino, Eddy and Daniel have done for me and all the good times we've had home and away. Thanks. PS, Kojo, thanks for making me play out my last year. I kinda needed that escape. I-Iere's to the chics. Varsity Football, Wrestling: Track, N.C. DeMolay. 'hh 42' fi N-"" JAMES DICHTER 114 Country Club Road Cutler BRUNO DIFAZIO 1100 Chestnut Street Wheeler "If you have tried your hand at rornething and failed, the next bert thing ir lo try your head." Wrestling Manager 1, Z, 3. 'C -47 ' MARK DINKEL 173 Lincoln Street Wheeler Concrete citier come into view, steel covered robotr tell you what to do. Look out, big brother ir looking at you. 'memberz summer '70, the bug, Mike and Lee. To school I leave all that could have happened, and dicln't. C'est la vie. Bye. KATHLEEN DOHERTY 388 Boylston Street Cutler "Kathy" "Louie" Goodenight, good-night, parting is ruth Jweet sorrow. That ufe rhall ray good-night till it be morrow. I will always be thankful for K.O.'s me to BF. I will never forget the kiss good-by at U.N.H., and the summer nights at Ipswich, and most of all the New England Cen- ter. ,. -ff ,R N HAROLD DINIZ A17 Kenmore Street Cutler viz? SUSAN M. DOWNING 60 Crescent Avenue Wheeler "Sue" Lore rtartr when another perron'r needy become more important than your own. I'll never forget: Halloween '69, the N.H. gang, Mickey's parties, "BALLHAWK" Iustin's, the "zoo", New Year's Eve '69 fright Lankl Maine '67, SA the twin TM "75", LL 4 days in May, Larry again '70, Patty St Jimmy at that blue Mus- tang, and my special friends Patti, Mary, at Carol. Parting words: Good Luck PL. BERNICE DROBNIS 429 Brookline Street Cutler "Lore ir the rnort important thing in the world. I think it',r only irn- portant to LOVE the world, not to derpire it, not for ur to hate each other, but to be able to regard the world and ourrelf and all being! with lore, rerpect and admira- tion," -Hermann Hesse TIMOTHY DUFFY 1026 Boylston Street Cutler NANCY ANN DWYER 61 Chester Street Goodwin "Droop" Some men ree things as they .are and ark whyg but I dream thzngr that never were and ask why not? I'll never forget: MOH, ML, BW, IE, CH, LC, DK, BM, TM, TC. AT? L", ,. 'ff TN, IM, SH P-town. The ackie, remember Moe? The NUF gang that has shown me what real friends are, '69's summer. Mo- ments of Madness: Trying not to get caught, finding a way out. Thanks for the talks Moe, Murph and joan, they really meant a lot. V . "What do you mean, the rest of the band?'?!" Hell, tlzere were sad times. You think back to the things that used to make you unhappy, like the grown-ups who laughed when your favorite doll turnea' green in the washing machine. And they'd say, "May tlzat be tlze worst of your troubles" or "I .should have it so goodf, You hated them talking like that. But now youre one of them, kind of, 'cause ,vou've got more important things than dolls ana' ice cream to worry about. 'ik RN PATRICIA EGBERT . , Y, 23 Marcellus Drive '- Cutler "Patty" HfIlll'r1j'j rerrtemher these three things: when you go, where you . - are gorttgg and to ufhorrl QIOII mutt account." X l' x: . .wi it-A, fi r- M.,,,Vg I'll never forget: summer of '70 is 1 'W 'fi with RH, Iota Phi, South parking 1 3 'E lot, the G with Love, laughing fits 1 . Y 2 ' ii r if ' at l 4, . , 1 with SS'and PG, Matoaka, the greatest friends, and thanks to IM , . who has made these 3 years what ' 5- they were. ,E tg 511. , a, Spanish Club 5, Regulus 3, Senior Q ' Prom, Denebola 3, Blue Squad 1. , JOAN EISENBERG 'iv 32 Goddard Street t A Wheeler if I'll never forget: HVD. KH MOH. - ND, ML, SH, MOS, IB, BB, CC, f i."' CV, NM, TOS, LLA and AL. 6' -' Thanks for the memories, ff 1 t ,Z 7. , .3 .g , sssta t, , g f s fi' ftl 1. 3 . ' NANCY ELKINS 118 Harwich Road heeler Get your motor mtttttttg, Head out on the highuut, looking for ml- rertture .mtl uhatezrr writes our um." l'll never forgetg summer "0 when I finally met my twin. Who do you think you are, anyway? I leave to Newton South the mess from lockers 100 and 110. Nanci, re- member the earring and the flying C? Thanx Mike. What would hap- pen if 1 didn't have to baby sit? , 160 MH. NS. etc. Raynace VP. HAROLYN ELLISON 51 Hartmann Road Cutler "Hari" For in the dew of little thingy the heart firtdr its morning and it re- frefhed. ApathyBoticelliCarDimesondatesEl ephantincarnateFamilyGAAGGHT ClsraelisandjesusliidsalloverKenLi feandLoveMathMasadaMachshould NantasketOmyGodPhilosopyiesorp roblemsgainedQuarrelsthatneverexi stedtomeVisionsoffutureWilliamsw esselYupZebeda. Thanks to all, Love to Lynne. NANCY ELMAN 12 Botsford Road Cutler "Those zrho litre for themselves are usually left to them.tel1'e,t." l'll never forget: summer of '69 at Nantasket, Elmy's Hotel, the secret Blerky and I keep a lifelong friendship with Sheryl and Maur- een, what happened at G.F.R., These eyes and that favorite BEAU. Xe BILL ELOVITZ 20 Donna Road Wheeler "The fart ir, nothing romerg at least nothing good. All had to he fetrherl. " l'll never forget: GZ's 442, MM's Mach 1 and my Vette. BP-GZ won. 160 on 128, all nighters on the Cape, Everyone elses girlfriend and the price on my head, Triple date with JS, Expert ski slopesg winter swims, XVeekend with JF and the candle. Soph. Class Treasg Cross Country lg Gymnastics lg Wrestling 2. ll' Ti xi 3 I ff xii! """?' -mf? in LARRY ELTERMAN .28 Cottonwood Road Goodwin MICHELE L. ERICSON 185 Wiswall Road Wheeler "Mich" "Mickey" Things to look back on: The night in the Centre, Cape '70. It pays to learn how to swim. The night of the Supremes and Harvard Square. Sue, there may be an exception to some rules but not this one, Black is Beautiful. I leave to NS the echo of high squeak, late slips, and a great nursery. Those were some talks Di. I'll never forget: HIM. JAMES A. ESKIN 66 Audubon Drive Goodwin "Jimmy" "I have defined the 100 Pet' 5571! Ameriran as 99 per cent an idiot." President, Math Club, President, Science Club, Ecology Action Club, Debating Club, Denebola, Sports Writer. STEVEN ETKIN 59 E. Quinobequin Road Cutler Does Newton South High School exist for me in the future? The Tralfamadorians don'r think so and neither do I. Perish the thought .... Wrestling 1, 2, co-capt. 5. JULIA FAGAN 83 Littlefield Road Wheeler "E1'67jf man is an indlzfidual, Beautiful in his oufn separate way. Sometimes it takes a lot of time and effort to had that fertairz beauty, but rezvarding, Those who are themselves, and take the tzme to find out what others are really like, are ztery special people." Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Manager 3, Field Hockey lg Stage Crewg G.A.A.g Rep. 33 Leader Corps. KATHARYN FA LK ISU lieetlioven Avenue Crtmmlwln ".'1if.l llllfll lu' ufleafi to 11111, lie- lttit tu fum. . ," -Deaths belief Rememlmirites .ire of days when the sun tame up in tits of color Koh that beds and of days it did not rise. l.ile is .1 one way street in the wrong direction. Deboles, brother, son, music, friends, Mr's A, C, 81 Cf, .ind those involved in llurvard l,h.ipel Weddings. Three days and nights flovel. Kings at lnjun. Stellen wherever you .rreg God bless you. CYNTHIA JANE FALLKJWS 187 WlJt7klXR'.1fLl Street Goodwin "Cindy" "Cin" "A latzglvlr the zeisesl, easiest an- srver to all llnzlfs queer." I'll remember for .1 while: The day Marr, Jude and Karen came into the house smelling awful and laughing hystericallyg The Empire State Theatre, Helicoprerg When lc-annie mentions going home. Goodbye Pie. HOWARD FARBER 16 Shumaker Path 4 l x.Ks V Wheeler Y' X- 4' I ,X A I .fi Q i 1 . X J I A . . .- 'ff' A A ..f f ri"l'3a"'2-37 1' N -,fir ,, ju Leif- gg' 5, . A a. I vii? 'iii-?4.1"'ii"2f:, 'fwii 'f ?.f:Pffsif"w V faxes' s,jFg'f"1T':.s.taas ' - .l-1. 1 it :N -- ' 1 Q31 fillet if'5"'xx 'lf Q C., L. X Y X N35 H . , ,, a a L7 , gli, ' 5' 'I X 3' QA., of .fe . ',fYsa.,,-: V , 1 if ' "YA-N-es ' ff-7 'Mi di avi . . vi fxpfl - JY Z , if ,yiy ZH -Ai A '.,,,.,""..'--e , K. X- D.. xx :B - A O J t i ' .ff bv-+L. ' "'- ..,..,f' . "mf ' L E A . 5 ' -, ' ' nf. .Ha-s...' ' MARK A. FARBER 247 Brookline Street Cutler "Mark" "Now the trumpet summons as again-not as a fall to bear arms, tlpozzgh arms ue needs not as a fall to battle, tlaozzgla embattled rue areg but a call to bear the bllfe den of a long fzviliglst struggle, year in and year out, rejoicing in hope, patient in trilvulation, a strug- gle against the common enemies of man: Tyranny, poverty, disease, and rear itself." , X -JFK 1917-1963 gil? 41" 162 Now you think that life was kind of nice then. You realize what a small and cozy world you lived in, and maybe you even shiver and feel a little cold. -I ci Ili is i 1 SUSAN FEINBERG 53 Alexander Road Cutler "Sue" "Lire for today, for yesterday is only a zfiszon and tomorrow ts only a dream." I'll always remember: all the great times with my friends, especially studies in WGR, nights with the LIS, Playing Bull? Getting into mischief with P.B. and nights with "the quartet", including "the field" and lesson 1 which PS and DK never learned. Ski Club 2 53 FTA 2, 3. NANCY FEINSTEIN 235 Cypress Street Cutler "Queenie" "Old friends, Memory hrushes the same year, Silently sharing the same fear." I'll never forget: Betsy, Debbie, Marleen, Rhonda, Poop, JW, CM, MS, IS, PD, PC, KL, AK, NK, MGQ the Beauchersg the Bandg the camp, Stage Crew, the bus, sum- mer '70g Coffee I-louse, Bones Butchg Jodyg the dark waterville Greak Neck, RF, MS, AF, 2f15f 693 "I-Ie's cute pick him up", "Power to the people". ELAINE B. FELDBERG 92 Woodclifi' Road Goodwin "Try to open up your heart to heauty, Go to the woods someday and u'eaz'e a wreath of memory there. Then if the tears ohscure your zvay, you'll hnou' hon' u'on- derful it is to he alive." "PB, where are the keys?" I'll never forget: summer '68g the Cape, Shipping at 4, the resg Kathy, I'm beeping! Waltham and 1 great yr. with AT. Thanks IC, CC, KO, OB, KC, and J. I luv u alll JON FELDMAN 614 Dedham Street Cutler . . lost?-not really, just out lookin-a stranger?-no, not a stranger hut rather sorneone-who doesn't live here-never pretending to he hnouin u'hat's zrorth seehin -hut at least niithout ghosts hy my side to hetray my thildishness- to leadeth me dozen false trails and maketh me drink from muddy uater-J es it is I uho is poundin at your door-if it is you inside that hears the noise." Xe-:' riv JED ROBERT FIELDING 58 Country Club Road Wheeler "Should not the multitude of words he answered? And should a man full of talk he justified? Should thy lies make men hold their peace? And when thou mochest, shall no man make thee ashamed?" From book of Job: 9: 1-6 LARRY JAY FELDMAN 52 Nardell Road Goodwin "Goon" "See me, feel me, touch me, heal me." I'll never forget: Excursions to the Cape with GZ and BE, RL's car at Fenway Park, searching for Gloria, GOG, my Buddy PEP, and winning Football Games. House Council lg Treasurer 2g Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, 3. SUSAN LEE FELDMAN 67 Andrew Street Cutler "I'll he judge, I'll he juryg said the old Fury. I'll try the whole cause and condemn you to death!" ,pf DONNA FILOSA 9 Abbott Street Wheeler "DiClCi6" "Lore is a memory time cannot end." "Can't had the time." I'll never forget: a ring, April 25, the guys and the gals and all the great times we had, the hlds phone- booth, the Bayside gang, most im- portant: Jimmy. Prize possessions: my letters. Please bring them both back home safe. SHELLEY FINE 5 Botsford Road Goodwin "Let today emhrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing." I remember: Sister Shelley, Christ- mas '68 Argyle socks, Ben Jotto, Gadone-Dicky, Confirmation, Christmas '69. fr . I . , LUN' 'l L. lr? l , . in fry, ,Ma 5 gill 6 . Christ- Bu ignition RHONDA FOMAN -16 Tanglewood Road Goodwin "Rolley" "A perrorz heart what he wants to hear and dirregardr the reJt." I'll never forget: A true and under- standing friendship, summer of '70, our night trapped on Dudley Road, huh Shelley? The ping pong table, a night at Wtuodsrock, me and my candle, the nights at Friendly's, a beach at Rhode Island 7!27!70, Homer from Israel and Marty from Detroit. Denebolag Blue Squad 3, Senior Promg French Club, JUDITH AMY FLEISHMAN 21 Haynes Road Goodwin "Judy" "How far that little candle throwr hir heamr! So .thirzer a good deed in a naughty world." l'll never for- get: E.W., J.K., and D.B.g all those loaned penniesg Friday lunches and "mint chip." Spanish Club 2, French Club 2, 3. www?" - I 5 lt? NANCY J. FINKELSTEIN 271 Cypress Street Iutler "Flowers" "Fancy" 'Ar you travel down the road of ife, ure your feet." leave to NSHS: my flower shorts. 'll never forget: CD, DB, DH, and ull the good times. What would lappen if SC ever said anything ntelli ent' ELLEN FLASHMAN 99 Deborah Road Cutler . . . and knowr that yerterday ir but today? memory and tomorrow if today'r dream. I'1l never forget: summers of '69 and '70g Spaing Public beach and Dannyg DC and her curfews, The 3 iv .-.H Z.. .i K E. 5 1 -5 ...gi--s-'-",...,qni-1 .,1,...--1-- "Yuh! EDWARD FORMAN 268 Dorset Road Goodwin JOHN SCOTT FOSTER 11 Drumlin Road Wheeler "Carrar1dra late, The Prophetic meager ware: Are rtrewn about a weary world. A time when death require: rainthood arzdererved. g . 'resident of GAA 3g Leader Corps Volleyball Manager 2, Basket wall 1, 2, 5g Tennis 2, 3g Ski Club 2, 3g Pep Squad 3. ,V 5? of usg GR, DR, and Carrie, the community car, the crew, and finally David and the fun times we had together. Spanish Club 2, 3g Ski Club 2,3. LOUISE H. FREEDMAN 21 Burdean Road We are a world of mortal men and marz'r greatrzerr ir HIS HOPE." I could never ever forget: W.H. no, 6-TW MONTREAL '69 204 CANCE- PY CAMP THANKS L 81 H FOR EVERY- THING W-L-M-A-B- Many others. CUIICI' "Lou" "All of ur will he going ,teparate wayr. A lot of friendrhipr will re- main. hut it will he different. There will he ro much to come between ur-Thin will . gr never he quite the fame again . . ." BARBARA FRASER 1007 Boylston Street Wheeler 5 .f ' 'y ,T 4 .sw 3 V A L .a - A , F, Lv. -lp' t.-vnu C," V41 f t , S-...rf 164 r, Hi- I iifsier get-5. . 1 ,H E, ui 5 ni MiziIi?,iiyi'c. In 'nr Cv Y 1 lx E-" C J Q ' In xi C248 Wan -Ev 'kt he 210-I0 'E H t -ggnmllwlvq-naman:-1 4 1 You laugh when you think of the small girl who ate the cake her mother baked for the party. Q' if 1 Q :right MAL, 117' v C ' f Q N MILEA ANGELA s1Mo15s FRoEs 52 Kenmore Street Wheeler XFS student from Brazil STEVEN A. GABOVITCH l'8 Beethovan Avenue Cutler "Steve' German Club 1, Debating Club 2 5. DAVID FREEMAN 15 Cynthia Road Goodwin "1 lfdflfffll only to try to llre in afford with the prornptingt which fame from my true Jelf. Why wa! that Jo very a'ifjifzzl1?" -Hermann Hesse MARK A. FRENCH 7 Williams Street Goodwin "Fulu" Um I don't think you know enough to make that kind of a statementg When in doubt shut up! "Have one!" Student Faculty Forum 42 yearsy Spanish Clubg Chess Club. JONATHAN FRIEZE 42 Wilde Road Cutler "jon" "Freezy" "I will newer be a total failure, I can always Jerre at a had exanzplef Motto: 16" or BUST Most sorry about: Dissolving of Waban N.F.I.. I leave to NSHS: A FRAPPE DIET. I will never forget all the great friends I have made here, and wrestling. CHARLES GALE 984 Beacon Street Wheeler V7 -Cf? JOANNE FRIEDMAN 6 Rowena Road Goodwin "Betu'een the iron gate: of time the Jeerlt of time were town, and zuztered by the deeds of those who know and who are known. Knowl- edge it a deadly friend if no one ret: the ruler, the fate of all man- kind I tee it in the handt of fools." Who knows what tomorrow may bring? "Vi ,f-ng. 'U 1 U l Q. x I M-3 , ' , . ,,. :sr -Q I I .21 LALrr31E GAss 120 Lzflfe Avenue Wheeler 12 Love, lozfe, a lily's'7ny care. Life's sweeter than 'a tree, Lozfing, I use the aiiHlo1'ingly.' I breathe the mad inthe wind, I wear myself as I should he All's even with the odd, My hrother the zine is glad. Theodore Roethke Concert Choir 2, 3g Nevsiton Edu- cational- Workshop 5g Reflections Staff 3g AFS 3. ALICE GALINA1 an Mossiitld Road Wheeler DAVID L. GARBER 30 Lantern Lane Wheeler Fall opportunity for full develop- ment is the unalienahle right of all. He who denies it is a tyrant. He who does not demand it is a coufardp he who is indifferent to it is a slareg he who does not desire it is dead. The earth for all the peo- ple. That is the demand. Eugene Debs, 1904 I l i l M17 CINDY ANN NI N 21 Linda Lane 5' Wheeler "Jerisimo" "Gy rsh" Lire for today for yesterday isl bnly a vision and tomorrow ofly a dream. f Forever: Woodilyaoowahl, Blueboy Andover, summer 69-WTGQ QFerd! . . . . up the woods NY-summer in the city, Sherborn .... Afspecial black Ford, "my midnight con- fession" hte and rain .... my back- door-man! Sept. 19 "hate is hut lore one insane" We made it 5 ls. g . Sandy-thank you. ' .7 l LAN GL MAN 1 on Path Wheeler To NSHS: It's been a great 3 years. I'll always remember 69-701 Book- keeping and Accounting with Mr, Alleva. I'll never forget last win- ter's skiing. I look forward to the future, in the Air Force. 'r ,,' A ' I I And somehow you know you won't let your kid have everything she wants, like you used to say, 'cause youre no longer a part of the world, and you Can't even remember whv fairies have to wear pink. DAVID GLASKER 70 Botsford Road Goodwin "Dave" The wall on which the prophets wrote is frarhing at the searns. Upon the instruments of death, the sunlight hrightly glearns, when ereryrnan is torn apart with night- mares and with dreams, will no one lay the laurel wreath as silence drowns the screams. RN, MT, RD, MH, II., NS, SG. WA, RG, KB, CO, concerts-Nad' TrafhcfKKK Dunkies, Sept. 18, 1920 OZ Sponge-Opel Attic VFW. Thanks to all, but most of all, IF. SI-IERI GLAZIER 17 Brandeis Road Wheeler Your only real teacher is yourself. I'll never forget: Woodstock, L.S.M. Jamie, W.B. and his '63 Chevy, the Hill, Felice, all my friends, and all the crazy things we did to- gether. 9109 .-,W .4 1 'ff' , lei ea. - R-'43 15 :vw y' WM, , gg-1, we Z.. 'TIT MARCY GOLANT ro Brookline Street Cutler "Mace" You and I haze memorier longer than the mad that ,ttrelchet out ahead, 3f'2'!'O WAYNE GOLDBERG 2' Littlefield Road Goodwin WENDY FAY GOLDBERG 59 Locke Road Goodwin Mormear Moon u reached zhe nuff irzrrde me hecaute he rlremrhetl the nigh: ruth zthilerlighi poezrg and uirzhetl al lhe 11213 figures zuzlh their hacft luuanlt me . , . and rhe Hacked dm' span our a tale of ztmrlarzzept gardens and chzltlren zz ilh rlrazz IPI thezr hazf, aml heautrx heller forgollen. BESS M. GOLDENBERG 251 Country Club Road W'heeler "while zorcefq ,trlezzt lierq CHEERST I'll never forget: two very special friendships, pucker up for a smack- eroo, my escapade to New York, Vermont. Marc, thank-you. HR. Rep. 1, 2, 53 Denebola Zg A.C.T, Committee 1. MERRILL GOLDFARB I2 Nardeil Road Cutler "E.x'pef:er1ce Jlie rhzltl of thozzght ll-fia,rjlv.f the fhilil uf actzwr, :te etlfliwf leidffl Niefi frnfll ZiOrfrk3'," I'll never forget: Halloween '69, Dnes Van. Rutland Rec. New Years Iixe "ll, the Brockton Fair, the fav I quit, the night in Hull, BD, NIM, GZ. Swimming all win- ICT. BPL ba CO The Fish will never dit Lil. SR. DL, IT. SS, Pilene's Cifiilliff, NS and Co. The Milton Chi.i.s grief my last days. Sweet 2, 13 Basketball 1, 2, 5. --l fl . A rm YT-7 SANDRA R. GOLDMAN 23 Elinor Road Wheeler "Sandi" "SGR" "To get the full value of joy one mart hare romeone to .rhafe it u'ilh." I'll never forget: The summer of 69-70, High times with the cellar door, Kenmore Square, july 4th weekend, Mickey Mouse, Good Stuff huh jane? My three best friends, Sat. night bummers, all my experiences, a lot of advice, Rock and Troy, Times with RAC, and of course my dog Andy. HILDA GOLUB 92 Dedham Street Goodwin "Pos" "Can you imagine ur year: ffom to- day, sharing a park bench quietly?" I'll never forget: summer '69, the Cape, H25-4, New Year's '70, the Island Party, OMC, OOTM, gags, Burps, Spirits, Casper the Ghost, DO the fantastic four, J.U., L.Y., I.A., R.G., L.G., E.G., R.I-I., E.S., R.D., B.O., AK., Doubling with Ka, Pos 8: Cel, confessions, A.F., Goodbye Columbus, "Not Me", 12345, a broken nose, D, and many memories with Carl. ws CARL GOODMAN 51 Marcellus Drive Cutler "Grub" I'll never forget: Corpi, Bod, owl, G.L., C.P,, The Group, Bemol AZ, Puking Beauty, Hoor-show, Horse, F.T.A., weekends I have spent away from home. PETER ALAN GOODMAN 1' Countryside Road Wheeler "Tommy" "Remember, the Jun ir aluayr rhiningf' I will never forget Susan and all my friends. Basketball 1, 2, 3. BRUCE GOODY 23 Farina Road Goodwin Life it lo lite and to life if life BRUCE GERARD GORDON 110 Charlemont Street Cutler "Dewy" "MB" "Do 7101 go gentle into that good night Rage Rage againrt the dying of the light." Thanks to: Punchy, Paul, Dal-lard Guys, Regina, Carol, Slowmotion, Abita wine, and a real Lady lPnut Buttre Pudgel for helping along the way. Quick now, here, noir, alu'ayJ -Ridiculous the zvarte rad time rtretching before and after." "Goodbye" ILENE SUE GORDON 48 Bound Brook Road Wheeler Dedicated with love to Barry: "We lover: hneu' nothing of change. In thore hrief and fleeting holi- dayr, we were locked in a moment when we alone exirted. We were the world, there u'aJ no other. Each hody and roul, half complete, reached out to,touch the other and form the perfeft whole. And in the onenerr that emerged, we lizfed. Ah, yer in that hrief and fleeting vacation, we lived in that oneness that war love." at -s va? yew-.117 f . M5 1' I .f I I 4 A . . tr' 'TV . ., , vt , . ri -eff' E EN : lyk 4 , ' 21. V , -v i, - 53 I l .Ati I Wiilhiliglliflifrv ' . ,f fa as-"de" Q1 3 "'3"'1'il 523 i , Q I? - C if . . A fi -egg ' y Us em. 1, " " f - . 1....- 'J s Y' -Swim I 'QL -Q V , I ..3:."fa1:f'fs fre:-L-fr., Q-af-9-,-....,-.1 2 ,.- at MARK GORMAN 6 Brush Hill Road Cutler DANA GORTON 33 Norwood Avenue Wheeler fi if 5 f' ,flew -. M- if, :V vm.: ,,,:-3,72 lf - A 'iffy ' '2 - ' 1, may '- at 9,0 fl . , . ,Y Six", 1- a a. 4- ,- ,eg A, . 5 1 .Q , F, .e s if " 1 eifV.f?'f defy? If a, ., ,ff Q. -, A , ' A Q " a-is ',' il - A a fi' Q al- w .f J ,f,,.,, t V 6 gf. .1 5, ' g ee, :ref tr ,it if :aff l,ff'w' E. 1 'e i fe ,ra if LISA GOI'I.D H Sharpe Road Cutler "P.ileapatleeps!' Thanks for being there Deb, QD, MS, DR, l.l5, LG, Mll, PK., Dll, BC, DO. RP. l leave NSHS as quickly as l can. My ambition- To be ST". I will always remember: summer "U, April ll, Aug. 1, Oct, 771, lffll, Pistachio YILIIS, long walks .intl tall talks at NS. lield, Australia, and the boy 1 love, Gary, MICHELE FRANCES GOULD 34 Margaret Road Wheeler "Mitchell" H1'1'6 teen fre and l'ze Jeen rain, I'z'e reen runny dalir that I'd hope would nezer end . . . " I'll never forget 5 great years at South, cheerleading, football vic- tory parties, weekends, summers, a friend, my mad crush, blue VW, Charcoal's boat. l'm crazy about Tommy. Field Hockey, Cheerleading, Basket- ball, Tutoring. PAUL GROIPEN 268 Woodcliff Road Cutler Some men ree things and axle, "u'hji.9" But I dream thingr and are "allay not?" I leave to Newton South three long wasted years of my life. Oh yes, also my great political career, Ecologl' Club 2, 51 Musical 1, 2, 3, Soph. Class committee lg Associ- ates Council lg Respect Inc. 5. Be anything, hut happy at it. GERI SUSAN GROSS '3 Wendell Road Goodwin Happy ir that man that fndeth uirdom. And the man that ohtaineth zznderrtanding. For the rnerfhandire of it ir hetter than the rnerchandife of 51lz'er, And the gain thereof than ine gold." MARSHA S. GROSS 181 Parker Street Wheeler "Mash" In the heginning there zzar your Then there mar me and all that rurroundr nr. I'll never forget: the meetings of TD., LH., K.B., P.I-I., D.C., All the fun we had. Swimming at Lake Cochituate. Summers of '69-"O, Driving Lady Luck the nights of 9-4-'0. IO-10-'0, 10-l6-'O. l'll remember IA. for teaching me to drive the "ISO", SG. for hxing the "550"g ,l.P,S. for being there when I needed him, and my man H.. ' ,w 're - if , ' f.- .- ,, cg ,' V.-,Ut ,i , f C'ga., . agar--z.t, c., A A ' a,4.rusf,. " - ', ...:f T' 'Wulf ,f"f wa'. +. t faftfafy ,Q Maw.. 745' ' - 1 . wg gat were .,- -,W ' H1122 f .Q 535.52 Lv' lf if C . .-"'-Qfgi. ,T,4r"f'.ff:Q:f4 i " J at A l GEORGE GRUBNER lO'7 Chestnut Street G ilwin fb. MARINA GUIDETTI 99 Pennsylvania Avenue Cutler "Variety is the spite of life." I'll never forget: Cheerleading. V parties, dances, July ll, 25 miles, 66 Fords, IAIG breakdowns, Fla. wfcc, 6f5lf67. R Ki l. b35Cb31!, Skiing . . . 4150! Q'll7, CI-I, doub- ling in a vette, and Frustrations! I'm crazy about, surfing, blue eyes, sneakers, and ISCAKA .... Homeroom Rep 1, 2. 51 Basketball 5, Field Hockey 3L Leader Corps 21 Cheerleading, Senior Slump 1, 2, 5. lliillliw "hers: 5 s' a ,-,a,i"'r i e .ss ' -r f-,gg "Q -1 '-".'., , . 5, , . r' , ' 5'-,2,,,f"'.S'f3,g'f"a' Birdie Birdie in the sky, Why'd you do that in my eye? No, you're an adult now. You thought you'd always understand. And now you don't cry that much. And it's not enough anymore to love Cudley, and know that she loves you. MARILYN HALL 20 Plainheld Street Cutler "Mare" Lore is the Highest form of Hu- man maoperatiozz. ll implies the zvilliiigness to see your partner as he or she really is, Io lore despite faults, to rlemand notlaizzg and to be ready to gire all. A true friend is the most precious thing in the world-thanks Ken and Becky and Foxy. I will always remember summer '69 and '70. Smile and be happy. PAULINE HANDLEY 8 Ellis Street Wheeler "Sis" I leave to Newton South, English class of '69-'7O. JS, and may he know better next time. I'll never forget workstudy with TD, MG, KB, BP, and Burgerking llunchl. And during the weekends the good parties at ,lM's place and the Drags.. TD, don't forget the crying session On 5-15-70. I leave with ,IPA and may the group hold to- gether as long as we shall live! TD send my respects to Daddy! PRISCILLA SARGEANT HARWOOD 40 Pine Ridge Road Goodwin "Percy" "Cilla" It's nice to be important, but il's also important lo be zery nice." I'll never forget: summer '69-'70, April vacation '68, LP., D.L., LR., S.L., work with' Barb, Robbin's Hill Road, the big Bg riding, shopping with CI-lg our parties and YPE. Fondest memories: Growing with Carolyn for a best friend and my summers and weekends on the Cape. What would happen if: He liked me? DEBORAH HAUER 99 McCarthy Road Cutler LESLIE HEISLER 1020 Chestnut Street Goodwin "Les 'TN 1-wi 'Q Tv I A lg f J ,L , .ai . L I ! ,-wa. , . r 'if . if l A .L RONNIE SUE HEYMANN 65 Selwyn Road Goodwin "Alun is horn free, but is forerer in chains." I'll never forget: Baggy pants, A New Experience, A fantastic trip to Europe, Luv to the G:S,G,S,A,P, N. My lr. Sp. and Eng. classes. Shall I try for no. 4? Calls and letters from V.F.M.A., Naticook, Iota Conv. '69, Sunday afternoons, Sherig Don't let the bed bugs bite. What if: We all went to college together! Spanish Club, Denebola. CAROLYN B. HILL 69 Pine Ridge Road Goodwin "Carol" "Hill" "To cornnzunirate is the beginning of unzlerstandzngf' I'll always remember: summer of '69, doubling in a Ver with Ludwig, New Year's Eve '69, Skiing, ani- mal farms, pillow 4944. All my thanks to Lea 8: Cal. I'll always cherish my friendships of PH, MG, DL. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Manager 33 Tennis l, 2, 5, Manager 23 'Birdie' '70g Leader Corps 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, 5. KAREN LEIGH HILLIARD 88 Wiswall Road Wheeler "Hip" To be alizfe is to know, to know many others and to rare-To he alizfe is also at times to know the pain, hurt and anguish of being alone. Memories: Junior yr. Sp., LHC, '69 an Indian Summer wf Fran in Utah, Albuquerque WXDGL log- ging, a day at the airport. Do it hard-Sheryl PB 8-: phone work study. "Seagulls circle endlessly, I sing in silent harmony we shall he free," DONNA MARIE HOPKINSON 27 Williams Street Cutler "Hop" "H0ppy" Happiness is growing old? What would happen if the occupant of 7206 moved. Things to remember: good times with flowers, bon-bon Gilly and the rest of the gang. Miss D. The great parties with RL, sum- mers with DN, -IB, MS, my 16th with I-ID. Hi Flakey who bowls on Saturday nights. Cheerleading, Pep Squad Capt, Field Hockey, Gymnastics, Fencing Club, Ski Club, Volleyball. NORMAN THURLOW HORNSBY, JR. 104 Louise Road Cutler "T" "I could swear you were u sopho- more!" Member National Beardgrowers Association. Carolyn, VA., Nushy little Tussies. James Blair High School, Williamsburg, Va., 8, 9, 10, 11, Honor Roll 8, 9, 10, 11. IBHS Band, 8, 9, 10, 11, Swim Team 9, 1 11' Most Valuable 0' .' ,- -- MARY ELLEN HUBER -IO6 Wloodwurd Street Wheeler "Mimi" Nolzotly, not eren the rain, has such small ltantls. I'll never forget: BC., BD., M.D., LS., D.I-I., D.O., LG.. CLD., D.W., L.S.. D.R., M.O., BP., G in CLR. Aug. 15. '70 with RMD, Oct. ll, '70 with M.D. and M.C. and the countless with BAMC. IALWAT WMBF-B, thank you, Bruce and Michelle'-IDKWIWDWYT Field Hockey I, 2, gl Basketball l, 2, 5. -O Us at - --7 'r ROBERTA JEAN HUMPHREY 56-I Woodward Street Wheeler "Men uf rnerlifftrc ulnlrli often rzclnere .tzzrcttt btcauit' they .lout know crzouqlt to quit." Bernard M. Baruth "Stand still anrl look until 1011 really see," Ernest Thompson Seton l'll never forget W.K. and other friends, Four-leggety and two- leg- gety. Ambition: To be happy all the time. Love. You used to think that was the answer to every- thing, you used to think that love was warmth and sugar, well, everything. Maybe it is. But sometimes it makes you unhappy. And maybe that's a sign that you've grown--you're learning about things like that. And now your sadness is richer than -I , JLLJJ-, IQ mir. f at fe.: E33 F5 W ,kiwi of E? fs 1'- r 'ni 7 X S KATHERINE MARY HYNES 23 Considine Road Vlheeler "Katie" "God grant me the .rerenity to at'- ccpt the thingy I cannot change, the ronraqe to rhanlge the things I ran, and the zzzttlom to know the t!IIftZ7'eIItic.'l l'll never forget: The Cape "O, Surfing and skiing with BB, DS, IM. Dreamin, that night, Dum Dums and Kings, the Cape '67, 'ox' with my cuz, the breakdown, Marti, Di. I XVish: Pennies could work for everyone. XX'orlc Study. LAUREN SUE JOSLOW 71 Elinor Road Cutler "Laurie" The 1 :tu rltzmp fur! :rs Hilti? !lff'7I1, It aitinuij, Nut a -tn' le path leatlf lmch Iff tht Wg 1 'tn ttf our youth. +H. Hesse SUSAN DIANE HUNT 49 Floral Street Wheeler "Sue" "Midget" "Nothing it a zvaxte that nzahet a nzemoryf' l'm crazy about: Boh. Thank you MOH. DL, ND, CH, IE, LC, ML, BM, TM, TC, DOH, TN, PC, KH, AL, and all the great kids l've got- ten to know in the past few years from South and Sacred Heart. Moments of madness: Finding out I broke my ankleg snowball fights. Fondest Memory: The past 4 years. There will never be another you. ' I RAL- ,Asia 'US LOUISE M. ISGUR 40 Fox Hill Road Wheeler "Lou" I'll never forget the summer of '70 N.G., S.R., S.D., at CC, and at KS. WILLIAM S. HURWITZ 80 Longfellow Road Goodwin "Bill" "Their kitchen it their shrine, the cook their priert, the table their altar, and their belly their god." I'll never forget: Making Weight. Varsity Wrestling 1, 2, Co-Capt. 5, Varsity Club 5. ANDREA HUSHER 677 Chestnut Street Wheeler "Andy" "CLIMB HIGH CLIMB FAR YOUR GOAL THE SKY YOUR AIM THE STAR" tx 1 T" l STEPHEN H. JACOBS 450 Winchester Street Goodwin "Pig" Whistling in the halls. The Band of Swine and friends "Where do I purchafe my ticket. Ijtut want to HAVE A RINGSIDE SEAT I want to ahort the New Mother EARTH I zvanna HEAR and ree everything I zranna hear and ,ree everything Au' SHUCKS IF IIIY DADDY COULD tee nze noun" limi Hendrix fi 0? fig- ! il' Isl, ,, e ,Q ,4 FF A r ...ga y ii , Am ff :wr ,Qwz 19:-Neff-,. 'Er Q :iii AXE -'lH':wQ21ii-Q IWW 1 'X .Rhyme . ritz? Sf' z Y ,HY MIRIAM EVE KAYE 580 Quinobequin Road Wheeler "Mimi" "There wat only one catch and that wat Catch-22, which Jpecihed that a roncern for one'J own Jafety in the face of dangert that were real and immediate was the procerr of a rational mind Orr war crazy and could he grounded-all he had to do war ark: and at toon af he did. he would no longer he crazy and would haze to fly more minions." LAURENCE ELIOT JUNDA 85 Pine Ridge Road Cutler "Larry" 5, fi x + Y f ,'-I-me i za. ' ts? f Tb SUSAN B. KADET 40 Spiers Road Goodwin "Sue" "If a man doe! not keep pare with hir L'U7Il.f7dl1iUll,f, perhaps it it he! came he heart a ffiffererlt drum- mer. Le! him rtep to the matic zvhirh he heart hozeerer measured or far away." Spanish Club, French Club, Arts Festival 1, Circulation Staff for Denebola. DEBORAH JOAN KEEFE 149 Upland Avenue Wheeler "Debby" "Oh,! Bear tara' Chrittopher Robin "How I do lore you!" "So do I Jain' Pooh." The bus knapsack, Sylvester Gold -coHee, Bloodsucker Trick, Vam- pire Butt Tricks, GAM Shift, Shift 15 year old Chicks, jj, 4 mile, Welllieer Dunes, LOG, Weston CAPE, JHK, RCB, WDB, CPM, Coffee house, Richard Dr. B Robin, Skiing, Waterfall Truro Province- town, Falling out owl hunting Mr. Robison. Stage Crew l1!22!69 SUSAN KARGER lofi Cynthia Road XVheeler "Sue" "To lorgire wnitfff Nu, that rfoeirfl uurf: llue hare In he for- .LfII'L'Il.'l l'll never forgetg Iota, Conv. "U, New Xrkklflb live 'UIQ S dit P sleasesg Led Baby WITH, gt long lonely summer, Dec. 9, all my close friends, and most of all Oct. Sl, 1969 with a very special person: the wild one. Thanks Brad, Blue Squad, Frenth Club, Rqezzlai, Denebola, Pep Squad, Senior Prom. 'K Tony's or Friencllies? s . ri- f - Q f we 1. 'if-'ir . -1 xi ' A .V . PAUL KASTNER 78 Halcyon Road Goodwin "Little Luke" MARK KAUFMAN 46 Rachel Road Goodwin I hold that man if in the right who it mort clorely in league with the future. -Ibsen I'll never forget: My cat, jeff, the Cutlers, my two sisters, Brillo, jog- ging, Great Island, Big Mamma, Fido. Lips. JS, MN at MK one night. -...f JANET R. KAUFMAN 109 Dorcar Road Wheeler "If I can win .tome goal I'zfe fought completely, yet know that broader reachex .rtill remain," I'1l never forget: ,I.F., D.B., and W.S. Wheeler House Council 2, AFSg French Club 2, 5, Musicals 2, 33 Arts Festival 2, 3g Fall Play 23 Concert 2, 3. 1- JOAN M. KAUFMAN 39 Norwood Avenue Goodwin ll"'hat this country needy it a good fizfe fell! Cigar. Y' , 4' "9- TERRI G. KAUFMAN 26 Van Roosen Road Wheeler "ll"eepirzg may endure for a night. hat joy cometh in the ll1U7'lIfIl'Q.H l'll never forget: my move here S!27!69g all my friends: Oct. 10 with SJ. at all the frat parties, the great times with AP, SK, BR, SS. MB, PK, EF, SW, in Brookline and the greatest summer of my life- 19'O with NH and ID. See you in Calif. in 'TZ Vicki. LEO KAUFMAN 39 Norwood Avenue Wheeler , 2 Eval' 1-' "9 of 1' SUSAN JANE KELLER 21 Von Roosen Road Goodwin "All htzppirzetr depemlt on a lei- ,ttzrely l1ret1kft1,rt." I'll always remember: Sum. '68, mouths lilled with jellybeans, Red -I-12, I-Iolden's cabs, studyhalls at DD., meeting Ellen's father, beau- tiful Brookline Boys: EF, AD, SS, PK, especially Bob. Beach with Laur, Terri. What came floating through the river: RK, JC, Stan, BR, INIS. BRUCE HOWARD KAYE 85 Bound Brook Road Goodwin "Marty people go through college 1115! to learn hott' Io make a lirirzg . . . , arm' they forget to learn how to life." -Dick Gregory I'll never forgett My Beautiful Mazeppa, walks home with Sil, The great LZ., E.W. 8: N.J., all the good times with Mark, and the greatest person I've ever known: My Brother. I'll always remember: Tulie, Boaz, Ari 8: my summer in Israel '70. Cross Country 1, Hunger Hike '70. YL' 37 ILENE KENT 696 Dedham Street Cutler "just when you think tomorrow will zzerer come, 1t'r yesterday." I'll always remember: Stowe, Christmas vacation and New Year's, Matoaka, my junior year, and cross country 1970. Thanks J.F., LF., M.P., and J.M. for being great friends. ""'fN"ififv ' it , A'-V ' 1' , " L we , . 5' ffi- 't j' ,f,.f"":.t.'...""' Rf,- as" ' 1 if' 'zfgfa 4 -F' 1 e , Wa QLQY J", .L -rq,,f:,. . ., -.,'1'e 'Z . ',1vJf"" ,nv 'ff-ire. , ' L. 'L 3 " ' 5 -1? 'A .1 . 3 7 f , 4' -.3 5fi4: - ""r'z:'- --f '-'i V'- 'Ai ' 'YL' ..1r' ' V " ir' ISI www' "-wh ' " ' 'I - - It 1 . 1r'11l'1r H " " 25121-1 I' 'Lf-1 ,. , , amid-el ' I' IX 0 Y . V ,U . O l LQ Ffiifr ' -. A. 1' "What did you say about my mother?" JOEL KAZIS 20 Levbert Road Cutler There ir much I want to do, Arid much to remember. A trip around a world through a Lovely war to a lor! foul and founflirzg a neu' comlitution. Crazy sophs with a computer on ice cream, track and pools. Joining Shlomo and his gang. Judy Collins and Ladybugs a strike, a mora- torium and a debate, Sat. in Rox- bury. Many Hellos, teachers who cared, but mostly-many friends. fy? fix ROBERT J. KING 14 Oxford Road Goodwin LESLIE KIRLE 45 Deborah Road Goodwin Look alzvayr Forward 1:1 last yeark rzert there are no lzirrlr thir Year! RMY1 8f9f70. 9f3, 13 32 La Mancha. Where's the Moon? Judie Aquarius Cancer the Pines DWA You spoke to me and everything was-different. Thank You .... DONNA KOFFMAN 83 Andrew Street Goodwin "KOH" It it her! to lore zrirely, no flouht: but to lore foolithly if better than not to he ahle to lore at all. I'll never forget: New Year' '69-70 at LY, Bowen Ross's elephant, the boat, girls room, Friendly's, Driv- er Ed. with V.D. and B.C., I-I.G. and the Prom. B.F.'s for every- thing. Thanks L.W. 8: Urd for OB. Thanks OB for the best two years of my life. Spanish Club 5. JEAN KLUGMAN 187 Woodward Street Goodwin "Jeannie" "Beannie" Seagull Island capsizing Leischester, Empire State Theatre. Judy what group is this? Helicopter, Siesta by the ivy field, my brother is not spiney! and your Maiesty, I Wish to say to you .... ! Alright what's the trouble here? Love me: Love my dog. Stop crying Yes Cin is really coming home. And I re- member .... Take the torch and run! The day Cin and I walked the sandy Beach. Stage Crew 2. 3. 419 N-'-'W Rx ,nt 'X 'Z ' ft JOAN MARSHA KORSAKOV 86 Drumlin Road Goodwin When yo1z'1'e :een beyond yourself then you may ind, peace of mind, if wailing there- Arza' :he time wif! rome when you Jee u'e're afl one, and life flozw on zvitbizz you and without you, George Harrison TW' .1 '84 . F A I 51 t , fx Y , f' .' i 3' J I I Q I gl, ' A 5 -1 ' f' fa ARMEN MARK KOJOYIAN 3-i I-Ieatherland Road Cutler l'll never forget four dusty boards and what they taught me on one rainy fall afternoon that started it all. Great times in the meadow with the guys. Great catch by Al- varez in last 10 seconds, may Moose and Wfild Bunch roll on aloe, Dan, Moose, Aldo, Fred, Paul. Will Staulo ever learn how to drive? Pres. Varsity Club "53"1 Football, Wrestling, Track, Lacrosse. I A , 1. 'N . ,. 1, ma, , ,Q ,, 4 ft, ,,- 1' I 4, tt r 51 N Qu : ' LARRY KOSOW 215 Baldpate Hill Road Wheeler ROBERT L. KRAFT 45 Burdean Road Goodwin "Bobby" "Fudge" "Since wary begin in the mind! of men, it is in Ike mimft of men that the defezzyer of peace mar! be cofzJ1ructed." I'll never forget: May 25, December 18, and C.A. I'm crazy about: Laurie and French. I leave to Newton South: L.C., two broken Lacrosse sticks, and Debbo. Lacrosse I, 2, 2, Tutoring 3g Arts Festival jg Regular Lay-out staff. MARION R. KRUTE I8 Sevland Road Cutler "Mar" "T0a'ay well fired maker erery yetlerday a dream of happmeff and ezery tomorrow a virion of hope." Feb. '69-Larry, "You made me so yery happy", the era, frequent bop- ins, red 642, a plant. Miami '69, LESLIE li. KORN il Larchmont Avenue Cutler lu a zmrftf of fll,L'iffI'L'j he trlto mice the ofvpofifc tllfcffillil III!! appear lo rim army T ALAN J. KOTZEN 45 Fenwick Road Wheeler "lim" "Kzmzvledge comet, but U"iJf1om lingers." "5,' . b. lzliot X I .Q qv 0 ,..0 , ff 21 " Vl,cff:Qf,':a..... .,,f we 'Qi . 5. ,- z ff V ,fMai' cv f ff - .r Myer E74 V ' , 41 Jvc ' 'fa , ff m i V ,jg,Qie'Weg,,a'zg X Q w 14, 2 ta . -,-'-'fe 'Me--aft Q 6, Y an 7 1 ,5 S w. :A . .W ' fs 1 f rgt.-wglgie K 9 i lsifi, 'Z - I Q .f'1's Wfvf ' i ff vfl ., at-F f- ,,, HARRIS MARK KRAFCHICK 24 Deborah Road Wheeler I'll never forget: RT 1 and Art ,Iohnsonsg a winning wrestling team and its coaches, summer '70, the trees on Adeline Rd., G.M.g talks with I.S.g '68 CW. Basketball game, Montreal '69, the store next to Big johns, three blue "-MZ", Skowhegan State Fair, Knowing and watching B,R. and D.R. lift, When will Drago hnish his 57? P.S. has a lemon. 13 1 ' 174 And you've changed. And then you start thinking about the things that make you happy and you realize that a lot of them still do. You think tlzat age doesn't change everything. And suddenly you hear a song and you want to capture Then. And you feel as though you're lost. And the moment passes. DANIEL KUMIN 40 Bradford Road Cutler "ll"hoez'er uunts nzusir instead of noise, joy instead of pleasure, soul F instead of gold, freutiie zrorh in- 3 stead of foolery, Ends no horne in this triziul world of ours." Herman Hesse Three tirnes around the outside and the hroken glass still lies zihere the hottle fell. justiyfration rnust lie ahead, Sornezrhere. JANET KUMOR 321 Elliot Street Cutler "Iancu", "Nummy" "I ran? find the time to tell you." ,'D1ZZY1"l I'll never forget 7-9-69-70 and fights. Thank you Tommy. Senior Prom '70, 7-24-70 Joe and all the good times. The guys and gals. Highlands Parking Lot. Pid- dle, BC. with DOH., l.C. 8: E.G., 2-21-68. 1'm crazy about bikes. What would happen if Gail ever married Bob. O.K. Gail. Xx -Jr 'M DOROTHY R. LAMBERT 1218 Boylston Street Goodwin "Dottie" To everyone who made life bear- able: Thanks CH. MG, PH. Mem- ories: Feb. and March "O skiing, Choking on Tabu, Always falling off the rope tow, and those three special ski instructors. Ice skating with LB and the events that fol- lowed. To my Chemistry Partner- PINI-We're lucky we lived through it. Especially I will remember April Cotillions and DS. gf 0977'- DEBRA LAMPERT 04 Louise Road Cutler "Munchkin" "Tito Roads direrged in iz single mood lint I. I took the one less truielerl hs, :ind that has nude all the .lifft'rent'e." NYE owe -4 years of lasting friend- ship to .1 silly locker, Huh Linda? Never forget: my soph. year, bowl- ing with SR, NS, SS, LC, a special friendship with SC, ,Tune 19'0 with SR. The Fish with SR, MG, LC. JT, SS, my senior year, Ofl-i!'0. Thanks Steven. Senior Prom. KAREN LANE 228 Wiswall Road Goodwin "Your rhildren are not your chil- dren, they are the sons and daugh- ters of lifes longing for itself .... " VE never forget Walt and his car, S eri, Felice and all my other wacky friends, OP three years-DM, SC, BM, TN, ST, and others- me Ann? New Years Eve '69-7O- wet salty parries-Sheri, ten paces? The hill, Marshalls in a flood, crying on jamie's shoulder- strike. The Love of all my friends- PEACE. DEBORAH LAPIDUS 50 Donna Road Goodwin To all my sincere, wonderful friendsg Thank You. AUDREY JEANNE LAWRENCE 7 75 Chestnut Street Wheeler "You talk uhen you tease to he at peare ulizh your thoughts: and there are those ziho hate truth uithin them, hut tell it not in u'ords." Thanks to: LE., M.O.S., B.P., B.E., T.O.S., LM., L.L.A., R.P., C.C., M.M., S.O.N., A.D., M.F., D.C., M,T.M., O.C.O., M.M.N., S.S., B. S., N.W.H., M.C., D.C., Trigger and Queen. Smile j.E. x FELICE LAZARUS I8 Fox Hill Road Goodwin No man is an Irland, entire of it- Jelf: et'ery man it a tviere of the fonlirzerzl, a part of the maine , . , Any mar1'5 death diminirhei me, heraure 1 am im'oli'etl in Man- himl, And therefore newer tend to hmm' for whom the bell lollf. II tolli' for thee. I'll never forget: The true meaning of friendship, May '70, summer '70, 128 Beverly. WB chevy2, The Hill, the aqueduct and all my friends. Thanks. RICHARD LEARNER 177 Wiswall Road Cutler , "Richie" I'll never forget: Lou, jerry, the card games, a certain skinny guy, splints, Peter Pans, SI, BW, and LF, 5521, summer of '70, Football Parties, where's Lenny? BS, AK, MS, HI-I, DL, IT, DL, Coop and the other guys. Most rewarding ex- perience: Playing Baseball under Neil McPhee and Mac. I leave to NSHS the 6 TD's I gave up as a junior. Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 13 Base- ball 1, 2, Co-Capt. 5. MICHAEL CHARLES LEBLANC 9 Roland Street Wheeler "Gusty" "By the time a man realizer that mayhe hir father war right, he ur- ually har a you who thinks he'J wrong." I will never forget: The coaches. Cross Country 1, 2, Captain 3, In- door Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, Baseball 1, 3. ANTHONY C. LEONARD 73 Brookline Street Goodwin "Tony" Through picturey :till or in mo- tion, Through painting, through writ- ing, through Jo many others, I tried to convey my thoughts and feelingr in a way that other: may urzderrtarzd. That is my way of doing, That ir my way of heing, And that in itrelf .... IJ me. JOYCE LEPINE 102 Thurston Road Goodwin DAVID LESS 99 I,llllClll'ltl Rthltl Wheeler "nl friend it a fellow who hrzowi all ahout you, hut lihes yall," Never will I not remember: PISQ my education outside, The pain from withoutlg Too many people on the mintl at the same moment, Peter Rabbit is cool, I hope it never leaves meg Bungafuzzg Gompersg Four Blind mice, Thank you for almost everything I learned and now possess. "The worla' it really flat." Goodbye STEVEN LESSER 28 Nardell Road Cutler When johnny romes ,staggering home again!! Never forget: Mr. Cyr's Homeroom. Debating Club, French Club. HOWARD I... LEVIN 16 Esty Farm Road Wheeler "Howie" "You ree thingy df they are,' and you ark "Why" But I dream thirzgr that rzerer wereg and I arh "Why not?" George Bernard Shaw Student Faculty Forum 2, 3, Stu- dent Activities Council 1, 23 Wheeler House Treasurer 2. JOHN LEVIN 67 Annawan Road Goodwin "jj" "Elvod Rock" After three years at South I am ready for anything-except life. The world and its ,people are dying, and I spent twelve years studying and contributing towards its death, while I should have been working to build a new one. You still get happy when it starts to snow or when your mother bakes erinkle cookies. But when you hear the song, you retnetnber the acute joy you used to feel. When you played in the sandbox, tnaybe. And you want it. And you want to bring it to life, but you Can't. JANE LEWIS 90 Beacon Street Wheeler "Liz'ing is a thing you do, now or newer, u'bit'b do you?" I'll never forget: "High times" with D.G., ,I.F., etc. july 4th weekend, huh Sandi? Dartmouth mud, K.K,K., and Thank-you for three years of Parcheesi, David. '- if . f at '-Q 47 JEFF LEVINE 60 Farina Road Cutler LAWRENCE A. LEVINE 150 Hartman Road Wheeler "Larry" Think of people .... "Anti children nturtlererl in uar, . Anil any country at all. Thin! of peace. Think of brotherly lore. Tlnnb of plenty. "Think of what ttaratiise tbis uorltl uoultl be if men were bind and utsef' I rt it rt Busy, Busy, Busy . . . l l ROBERT STEVEN LEVINE H9 Charlemont Street Citltmdwlfl "BEACON ".itnal,r'amated clusters of buttered popcorn stir to mind ttyttzptbattt' etistacitfs, But ,gone are the fortunes of artfuatit' bliss and into the slot- ted tntzrbine. I rnust be me." 'Potassitntt cblorute abound, arise. rnabe lore to nie. Trtlqmtonittrtr functions, Damned to eternity. :intl prayers can save the uorlrl but nie." Nl 176 Veshstachot 'ff 'ii' 'fungi y X-Av" ' '74 J A 'sw QL sri. . flif '24, ii -s ,igixiiga 4' DAVID LEYTON 17 Botsford Road Goodwin "Leyto" "To ufhottterer tnucb is given, rnucb is also required." I'll never forget all the times the men PD, JT, KIM, SR, NW, PG, in the lot with I-i others, the Pad, Rindge-Y19. ' Varsity Club, Football 1, 2, 5. ,-,pf NEAL PETER LEVITAN 123 Adeline Road Goodwin "Who feel the giant agony of the world, Anil more, like slaves to poor humanity, Labor for mortal good .,.. " john Keats I'll always remember: Many peo- ple, many places, and many things. Searching for the grave, parking space 59. Spanish Club 2g Regulus Rep. 1, 25 Peace Corps Committee lg Reg- ulus Business Editor. MADELINE H. LEWIS I7 Hagen Road Goodwin "Mitzi" "Be yourself" "Common sense is quite uncom- mon" "It takes a good listener to shout a genuine concern for others" -, .-.1 il 5 ' 7 HOWARD LINDA 40 Van Watt Path Cutler "Inga tFieldj" "Howie" I leave to Newton South my kid brother, and three years. I wonder if N.C. will make the Hockey Team? What if the housemasters took a vacation? What would hap- pen if they did away with deten- tion? RICHARD MARK LINER 4 York Road Wheeler "Linus" "Rich" "just open your eyes, and realize. the uay it's alufays been. just open your mind, and you will find, the u'ay it's always been. just open your heart, and tbat's a start." Basketball lg Ski Club 1, 2, 35 Parking Lot l, 2, 3g Math Tutor 5. DONNA M. LOMBARDO 26 Boylston Road Whc-eler If thereff something you ll'd7If Very much you must le! il go free, If il tloesrfl tome hack il rear never really yours, If it tloesg lore it forel'er', l'll never forget: My special friends, MG, PL, CL: All of the Hlds., kids, Feb. 2 with that special some- one, the summer of '69 with Michele. I leave to NS: CC, SB, TF, and my brothers. I'm crazy about: Barry and his Bug. Thanks for the memories. ROSETTA LOHAN 87 Charlemont Street Goodwin 1.- "If you smile at me you know I v'-2 l will understand, 'cause that is something ereryhorly everywhere does in the same language." . Amy, Karen and Laurie: Thank you. Q 2 Nga 5 df K' f A , 1 ff 'i K slr LAURIE JOY LIPKIND 26 McCarthy Road Cutler "Lau" "Happiness is as a hutterfly, which, when pursued, is always heyomz' our grasp, hut which, if you will s-it down, quietly, may alight upon you." I'1l always remember: All my friends, yasbo, jr. English, great summer '70, Marty and backing a loser, the beach, dough from U.O., A gas pedal, U Mass., the nite the horse got shotl, Orchard Hill, Tuna at 3 a.m., poor BFLRB!, 8: NSHS. BETSY LYNNE LEVIN 310 Lagrange Street Cutler Too late to keep the change Too late to pay No time to stay the same Too young leazfe I'11 never forget: Summer 70, SAS, The triad, BLK 8: ORGE VW, comfort STN, Aug 6, Dr. Gyno, D's car at 3:00 AM, Gunrock, Jul 3814, Bayside Bthrm, Mustang orgy, the letterfsl, Halfe, Katy's Depo8c Co., W Rox boys, "Haitch Street" Noods, SBB, CM, 5 yrs,-Thank you Lorri. I leave to Newton South: all my misery. ,J Ja 'E'-7? PAMELA JEAN LOGAN 4 Columbus Terrace Wheeler "Pam" "Logie" To life is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all. Pet Peeve: Cigars. What would happen if: I ever got an "A" in gym? I'11 never forget: the kids in the Hlds., and all all the mem- ories my soph. year with GK, Senior Prom '70. P.F. Retreats, 9-10-70, but most of all George and all the great times we've had. si I .f1.1 4 r. 'vi'-.4 X V- -,- ,aa ii., t A - - X, svsff 'X S .F ,fig 3 f , ., ,lt -f, q, .,A r ,vw r 4 A x ,1,fgYttvi,i :" 1. J ' , -21' -et. 1 ' -21 , I . -My 5 ,tm 1.11, ,'.1'-r- - .a,,, 13-1. -Q" - , i. l 1 ' ' V. ' ,EJ ' I.. i' 5-- Ll' ' . s xg '.- 1 .' ' J' . , V ' . ,.-,- , 'f 34, 1' ' ' gy . - -JI? . - oz 'P' 0 ' .. gf' -., - s ,MV it , S 4 e .. fy te v a W 'Nr 1' 1 I A . , H, I "You think anyone'll find it?" RHONDA SUE LUSHAN 58 Deborah Road Wheeler "Time it teas. And what a time it was It was ...... A time of Innocence, A time of cofzjidencesf' I'll remember: Senior Prom '69, Luscious, Majorettes, blawyn, alarms. feeding the ducks, ski-doodlers, plays, friends, and summer 70. Thank you ..... RUSSELL LYONS 551 Sawmill Brook Parkway Cutler "Russ I cannot see the right tray, until I haze seen all the ways. Favorite saying: Give me an Thanks to Mr. A and all my other teachers and friends who always helped me, I'll never forget: Feb. 26, Fall Prods, Musicals, Art Fes- rivals, Ski club, Faculty Award, Senior Advs. to Soph. Classg Spana ish Certificate of Honor. Thanks Mom!!! LOIS MACNAIR 30 Stein Circle Cutler "Lumpy" Things to remember: Mar. 14, Feb. 22, Watt Hog Day, Sea St., Hillbillies and Micks had, Priest to be, things go better with coke, S 81 G, Chevy 11, C.B. party, my apologies to the unfortunate, spilled drink and a good shampoo, Drew- ba, Chase at N.I., there he was on a hill ..., Good Luck Sandy and Steve, everyone deserves the best, Texaco, and everything else. Q , 1 x ,V I I ' V .l 3 vO"'- Mug ,fxt-5, i 1 and And maybe you even trudge down to the sand with your little brother and you think now I can, but it's not the way SHERYI. MARGOLIS 21 Scorney Road Goodwin First of all, I would like to say a word or two, I know you won't be thinking this applies to you, but it's true, and I do. Don'1 be afraid Io ting me your mrml, Jing 11110111 the f0j'.l' I kflllll' tue mn find, zvlml Ilrem amzulrl and ice trim! Ilvey iozznil like lo- getlwer. Tlte Jong is Lore. Last of all, I would like to thank you for the word or two, spoken in the moments when I needed you, JONATHAN MARK 17 Latch Road Cutler LINDA MADDOCKS 7 Winter Street GimOClWiI'l 1--1-3 joe. May our love for one another grow stronger through the years. PATRICIA ANN MADFIS 152 Country Club Road Goodwin "Patti" "Think of your fellow man, lend him iz helping hand, pu! a little lore in your laerzrtf' I'll never forget: Nashargies, a special friend, ES., to my lab partner-"We made it!", driving lessons with Pam, summer '70, weekends in R.I., a special boy. S.A.C. 1, 2g A.F,S. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, SQ Regulus Art Staff. 20' JANE MARGOLIN 20 Halcyon Road Cutler "Jani" JEFFREY MARKS 'O Clifton Road Cutler "Al" "Mark" I'll never forget: Feb, 17, '68, Pete, Did I do right, Fla. '69 with the men, my partnership with City, the men from the town, summer "O, Wolhe, Bonigard DI-IG, Leyto, Fred, Roney, Don. Leo, Ca, RAT, Sleazo, Tommy, Gordi, Hank, and the rest of the sickies. I'll never forget Patty and all the great times we have had. I leave my SS596, Favorite saying: Sweet BDYAI-I. Cross Country 1, Activities Com. 1, 23 Denebola Story 2,5. Jilin PFD. JOAN MANDELL 21 Allen Avenue Goodwin "Beauty is irutla, zrzztb beaulyf' Strawberries, 10-1-A, D.M., friends XJ ,J-ev w-4 41S ARTHUR MASMANIAN 23 Champa Street Whc'c'lcr "Arturo" Surfers can only be atcornplirhed by setting up your own Jlandardr. I'll never forget: C block study with D.P.A.S. F. Also P.S., L.H., D.W., C.S., Mrs. B. and a Green monster. I leave to South: 5 years of active memories, a broken press, lots of action, and the No. I parking space. Asst. Manager 8: Executive of Media Center. GAIL MASON 74 Broken Tree Road Goodwin "If you want Jomelhing zfery much you must let it go free. If it doeJn't come back, it wam't yours to begin with. If it does, lozfe it forever." I'll always remember: New Year's '69 and '70, summers '69 and '70, M.V. '70, little squishes, Irv., gongys, all my b.f.'s, and most of all my special someone who has made my three years at South beautiful. With all my love, thanks, Larry. JAMES C. MATTHEWS 148 Dickerman Road Wheeler "Chris" CHAD MAXNER 15 Bontempo Road Cutler 1 4' Z '1 - S v-WY, A . And now you're happy when somebody special calls and says "Let's see you soon," and all week you wait for Soon, and even if you've got tests and a sore throat you're happy. And when you see him, then you're happy, very, and warm, and it d0esn't seem like anything much matters. And it's kind of new, and it's kind of beautiful. And maybe it is sugar and warmth. ROBERT PHILLIP MAYER 32 Placid Road Goodwin "Bobby" "As the Spanish Prozferb says: He who would bring home the wealth of the Indie: mutt carry the wealth of the Indies with him." S0 it it in trazfelling: a man must carry knowledge with Him if He would bring home Knowledge." ,.,,4-1 I'll never forget: Mr. Bronson and Mr. Petrillo, two great guys who helped me thru. Early morn prac- tices are murder! Hockey 1, 2, 3, Mad Dogs 2, 3g Baseball 5, Spanish'Club 3. RITA M. MCCARTHY 1156 Boylston Street Cutler Always remember: Labor Day Weekend at Cape Cod, P-Town, black light night, weird wolfg DB bakery Chris? The Enchanted For- 7 est, Safarisg that tree, say woo!!! Are they that way again? Always saying: That's right! Why not? We gotta do this. What would happen if: I get that van? Ski Club 2, GAA. 179 DANIEL MCDONALD S59 Boylston Street Goodwin "Mac" "xl 7f.'lH'?Zl'V'l' of I1 thouftmd milcr htgmt uflh but tl Jingle riff." "Il Il tz ltzle told lu azz zdmt full ffl Jflllfltj and fury, ,tlgrziffxirlg 11o!hm4e." Football l. Z, ,ig Lacrosse I, 2, Co. Capt. 3. BARBARA I. MCLEAN 616 Chestnut Street Goodwin "Bibsy" "ll"ell the firr! du-yr are the harder! dart, Doffz 11111 uorry t1f1.1'n1ore mine when life looks like eary rtreel there rr danger at your door, Think lhjr lhrodrgh with me, let me knou' your mind, all I taunt lo kllflll' it 'fire you kirzg? " Grateful Dead '70 I'll never forget: Fork-Ne-Ah, New jersey, Bonzai, Ping, and Hotcha- cowa. Also l'll cherish my neatsy friends-gooba! To NSHS ..., . anyway, Bye, Byel HARRIET MELROSE 158 Arnold Road Wheeler "Hat" "You hare made the momezzlr into happy Zmurr ,intl in just lhore monlenfr Yo1z'z'e' changed lhe ram floudr into flozz err ,,,.., " GARY MIKELS 30 Tirrell Crescent W'heeler "The mor! lncomprehezzrihle thing dl7f'llf Ihr' zlofld IJ lhat il it ro cfmlffrehezzrihlcf' A. Einstein Spanish Club I, 2, 53 Math Club 2, 33 Science Club, Vice President .ind Secretaryg Language Honor Award W'innerg Homeroom Presi- cltflf, INIICIIAEL INIILGROOM Sl Holly Road Glvtulvvln Vx Q. if "H-M1 .l If I fi I' -cr' Y"'T"' 1 1 BRIAN MILLER 127 Olde Field Road Goodwin "Brion" Swampfoxh "I'm a Jilent morie rtar, waiting for lalkier to hlou' oz'er." VN REP UGANDAI II III US REP MINN Il III VP FUTURE PRESIDENTS OF US III. I'll never forget: Parking Space 339, the day I almost went to Yugoslavia, wild bashes at Brian's, the summer of '70 in Sweden 8: at home.. Some- day I will have a plastic Eliot. Give that GOON a banana. BODKA I-IUKOGDA HE XBATUT. "KLY- BOKAH GOBOPUL KOPOL-EBA. JANE BETH MILLER 62 Deborah Road Cutler 'Terterday ir but today'J memory and tomorrow ir todaylf dream," Iota Convention '69. Thank you MB. for many Hawaiian dinners, Feb. 16, playing B.T.C.A. with M and C, Robin, Honda 45O's MT, and all my love to a very special person, Thank you Rick. Senior Prom 33 Spanish Club 5g Blue Squad lg Denebola Circu- lation 2, 3. LEWIS MILLER 251 Spiers Road Goodwin "Lou" Thanks j.B. and Wagon. I leave to Newton South the stubs of 15 football cards that I never won. I'll send the rest. This year, there's plenty more where they came from. What would happen if: I won lanything?J Goodbye meat. You were oldie but goodie. I'll never forget "Golden Glover", "Put it this way," and "on my back, I want Wilson." HOLLY MINDICK 170 jackson Street Cutler SARA MINTZ 38 Indian Ridge Road Wheeler "Blorrom of Snow May You Bloom and Grow Bloom and Grow Foferer . . . .S'omeu'here A Field Blorromr In Green and Gold, And There Are Dream:- More Than Your Hear! Can Hold." JOAN E. MITCHELL 79 Sevland Road Cutler "And the rearonr they go round and round and the painted ponier go ap and !1,0Il'iI u'e're captizter on the carourel of time we can'l return ue can only look lzekind from where tue came and go round and round and round in the circle game." Joni Mitchell RICHARD D. MITCHELL 57 Cynthia Road Goodwin "Dick" "I would rather ri! on a pumpkin and have it all lo myrelf, than 10 be crowded on a 1'6ll'6l C!lJl7l0l1.U Thanks to my friends for all the great and not so great times and if you remember anything, remem- ber to maintain imperturbable equanimity. PAUL ANTHONY MODERN 1065 Walnut Street Goodwin "Mody" There never war a good war or a bad peace. -Benjamin Franklin March 28, 1970 Hockey 1, 2, Co.-Capt. 3g Football 1, 2, 3g Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. SUSAN MORRILI. 27 Country Club Road Cutler "Sue" "lf the' doors of perception were Cleanred, everything would appear to man ar it if, infinite." -William Blake, 1793 FRANK MURPHY 9 llale Street Cutler PETER JOHN MURPHY 21 Knowles Street Cutler "Murph" Thanks NSHS for a sunny day that lasted for 3 yeatsg Hail the STPATS crowd, long may we live. Top of the morning to ya! Let me love you today and l'll dream of to- morrow. The Cape, Sandy and Nancy. 2 years to the stars. Don't cut South short, hold itg and mold it. lt's your baby now. BC parking lot. SANDRIA JEAN MUSGRAVE 63 Charlemont Street Wheeler "Sandie" "Take Time lo Work Take Time to Think Take Time lo Play Take Time to Read Take Time to Worrlaip Take Time to Help and Enjoy FRIEND Take Time to Lozfe Take Time lo Dream Take Time to Laagla Take Time to Plan" MICHAEL DAVID MYERS 183 Florence Street Goodwin "Mike" Friendrlvip ir to be pzzrclvayed only by friendship. I-Iappinerr ir knozeing the tray to Hall hey G2 need a ride? Gotcha, l'll never forget SK and the Hull kids. l'll always remember the groupies, the trips to the beach, the ski trips with IT and Duke, the good times with GZ, NG, BP, BE, IT and the boys in UM Cross Country lg Track li La- crosse l, 2, 3g Hockey 2, 3. STUART NECTOW' 38 Cypress Street Goodwin 18 'l X If 't MICHAEL S, NIEDERMAN 11 Brandeis Circle Goodwin "Mike" My two years at South have been great. Thanks. 1'll never forget: Wednesda5's at David's, those Sun- day evenings of conversation, the afternoon of the almost kickoff dance, Linda, one night at Mark's, American History, and Saturday mornings in Roxbury. My favorite Motto: "Sursum and Samum" W.H.H.S. My 4 JOANNE NEIMAN Z1 Louise Road Goodwin "The heir thinking has been done in solitude." Thank you Madge, Donna, Debbie, Leslie, and my little sister, Ann. "Got a pocket of good times to think back on" RDM CP the best candy bars are Hershey bars "can't you see that feeling it hurts you to hide" 10 miles behind me and 10,000 more to go. , Newt: f s.. Two parts Vermouth. . . And when you're happy it pervades your whole being. Now you enjoy playing the piano and you used to hate it. And music is part of your happiness. You still love the Teddy Bear Waltz and sometimes happiness kind of wells up in you and you sing on your way home from school, like you used to when you were littleg and you're not even embarrassed. RHONDA M. NEIMAN 133 Harwich Road Wheeler To be glad of life because il giver you the chance to lore and to work and io play and lo look up at the stars. Henry Van Dyke To always remember: JAK, CTP, DR. MC. SC, NF, 3 years of ST.c. CCXCH and the people of it, San Francisco, KN 84 B, DLS, SM, DWTGJ-my fanrastics. SUSAN NELSON 24 Williams Street Cutler CONNIE FONG NG 57 Union Street Goodwin "Connie" Faculty Award Costume Committee Came from Hong Kong in 1967 LEZ FONG NG 57 Union Street Goodwin "Lez" Faculty Award Costume Committee Came from Hong Kong in 1967 PAUL NISSON 116 Plymouth Road Goodwin Gymnastics 1g Student Activity Council 1, 2g German Club 1, Sec- retary 2, Science Club 1, Cross Country 2, Football 3, Indoor track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 33 Faculty Award, Denebola. -if-135 ff? 4-.av-J aaa.-40" A vel wr' ,funny PHYLLIS NUZZI 580 Boylston Street Wheeler "ExfJefiw1re Arr the child nf tbought and thought is the rbihl of arlion. Una' cannot learn men from buob.r," Volleyball l, 2, 5, Spanish Club 3. KATHLEEN JEAN O'BRIEN 1208 Walnut Street Cutler "Kathy" "Tivo wrongs nerer make a right." I'll never forget: Dracut and Dover with TP Nov. 7 84 8 with RG, BF. 8: KD, Mrs. B. and Mrs. I-I, Elaine beep 3 times, CN and Cutler house, girl's room, favorite sayings that lit a smile. Kid the whole world is looking at you. That's a no-no. What would happen if Mrs. Shaw and I did not get along. I leave to NSI-IS Nan and Mike. MAUREEN O'CONNOR 56 Erie Avenue Cutler "Mo" "Mokie" "Peanut" I did not bear the words you saidq instead I beard the lore. I'll never forget: 8DD, IC, NW, DT, DE, my Teddybear, Oct. 11, '69-Feb. 12, '70. Thank you joe. The summer of 1970 getting to know my closest friend Daniel Celli, first 2 football games 1970, Okie 84 Merge the two most won- derful parents ever. May God bring my brother home soon, I lore and miss you. MAUREEN O'HARA 24 Pennsylvania Avenue Cutler "Moe" ",Iohno" Thank you L.C., N.D., S.H., Murph B.M., M.L., T.M., 8: P.N. It's been really great. Something about May 24. You tell them Nancy ..... Joan, how's Tom Slick? Well we made it this far, how 'bout it Danny? Don't forget Apr. 25, 1970. Hey maybe some Sunday night you'll win! Thank you. SHERI ORNSTEEN 71 Deborah Road GOOdW11"l "Chef" "A time for joy, a time for tears, A time u'e'lI treasure tbrougb the years." I'll never forget: Naticook '69, midnight stroll, with NS, PD'5 party, South parking lot, my Jr. LUV, Iota COD. '69, Gin Fizzeg, The "G" with Luv, the truck, out new experience, New Year's '69, Ronnie, don't let the bed bugs bite, Sun. afternoons, my laughing fits with PE, Faw Wiver, Burglar GD, NS, EK, JN. Denebola, Spanish Club, Senior Prom. v MARY MARGARET OSHAUGHNESSY 1123 Boylston Street Wheeler You gtre but little when you gtre of your fm5se.r.vion,r. It is uber: you gire uf yozzrrelf that you fflllrl' gire. IV' CHERYL LEE PARKER 23 Ifrie Avenue Cutler "Life 15 no straight and this for- nrlor along ulrifb ue lmrel free and lllIA7d7llf7-tfiul, but a mage of pasftzger, through which ue mar! feel our nay, Ilflll' lost and ron- fuseil, 111114 U'ret'ierf in it blmil Remembering April 19, 1050 ifl tzlltl'-" N.B. with R.L.Sg August '69 with ' Wlsg summer with BEF. Thanks to: BP, AL, IE, -IK. TOS, Trigger. CC, SON. MM, Canada. CD. IM, AS, HT. that Green GT, Xmas Eve Natick November nights in Dedham or Natick, Canada with Wes. Ambition: Nursing. - N " I .i-'35 vnfau, i ff.. -Q 6 nw. ' ,afr',, Fi 5- lqvb :Wt J x ,ff , bg, ' l ' ' . -it f p- ' ,,,, ' A: '- ' .P U ' ' ...Qc 0" 'lf3+,,?i"'-A 1 35-.5 4, ..-JH!"-'S,Q',,'2 x ' N :ui - l 5.5 K iff, 1 .Zi lg! gif' , " ' .1 . L, - I . .QQ , , . 'RUN' ie. , . -X .egg .ff X We A ,ii"f3P'-'l . ." ,if 1---fi F' 4f1V:4-- L gg 1.-'idlfyegit' fi 1. -i W - l We 'Qu I'm a comin', Ellie May. And all of a sudden you understand that you're always changing, maybe you don't feel it, but it's happening. And you flick on the television and maybe you watch Charlie Brown's Christmas, and it all comes back to you again, and when you see the blue and green snowflake diamonds you remember that you used to draw yours that way. ROBERT EDWARD PAUL 98 Dorcas Road Cutler "Bob" "A man's reach should exceed his grasp." I'll never forget: Forget it. l just forgot it. Tennis I, 2, Denebola Z, Regulus 53 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 5. DAVID A. PEARLSTEIN 15 Nightingale Path Wheeler "Dave" l leave to this school the hope that someday the classes will break down and vanish! I'll never forget, sum- mer of 'TU and the Saturday night parties at one o'clock, GERALD PFAU 1-112 Beacon Street Gt,odv.'in "Gerry" "Pf3ng" I .-'fn rtsll runninfhut iny road has seen mans changetffor I'ze serzierl rm lmie its ,1 reftzgeefiri mental .swf in ,tthritiml termslaml many 1 itat' has zrzriishedfizrz Jlllfllsft' l-It fallenfrzriii niafis rl dream has Mrltnl ,t" irltltf I know I shall meet the f'j""74'r' Xfirlll,".1gain-hut ruth . t"'.znt'ttl ues next time rwizrirlfcf- X Iltilli' l.1:1l1 rlffrin its rtreetffinil ulrl' frit mls ifi'1zf,'n1iz,s'isfsppinfjffr I lfafntrl zcluzt il can't gzre me Bob Dylan MARCIA PEARLSTEIN 206 Greenwood Street Goodwin "Marsh" 'Time it was And what iz time it was It was A time of innocence A time of confidences . , I'll never forget: The Merry Trio, Janice and Amy, August 2, 1969, the overnight Aug. 22, 1970, Yel- low Blob, all those "songs", De- boles, and all my friends. Denebola 5, Hunger Hike. ,f SUZANNE JOAN PAULINI 62 jackson Street Cutler "The road is long with many a winding turn." I'll never forget: 12!12l69g BKQ a 442, Tango, Bowen, Raindrops, BS, GP, Karen, a summer place, Moni, the springs, cover girl, NY Ever, Xmas, Tracy's bar room, Gail, a T-bird, Math class, MP baby, l'm for real, a '65 Chevy, ,IK's car ride, El Cid's, the parking lot, Suzie sneaker, and my gang. I leave to Newton South: joey, and one mixed up blonde. STEPHEN PAYNE 28 Waban Avenue 'ez X X . 3 ix I X V '. 1 J A 3 I 'A ,e - , m , 1 N I , .,, V Y' . ,G--t W ft H , ' ' , r' ,i . V ff I P . A if ' A is I ""f"'P' 'H . 1? ,, I Y! t at 8 it i X P' 'Lif e tg , ,f I 3 ' . , avg 3, 5 g it A Q ii X ' I jf.-' s X -e' 7 , Goodwin I K It 1' , ' . WV l. A if JOANNE SUE PERLIS 77 Hagen Road Goodwin "jo" "joansie" "lf I am not for myself then who will he for me, and if I am only for myself who am I." l'll never forget: The family, my soph. year with Marc, 1, 2, 5 the beep, Stowe, Wingo, Tel Noar, camp friends, B.F.'s forever, Bet- muda, that night at E.C.'s house, my second home, and 15 years of a beautiful friendship. Right Tep? DAVID ANTHONY PETERS 19 Edgefield Road Cutler "I had heen thinking all the time, while I was asleep, of what I had just heen reading, hut my thoughts had run into a channel of their own, until I myself seemed actually to hazfe become the suhject of my hook." Proust Indoor and Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL S. PHILLIPS 41 Avalon Road Goodwin "What a man thinks of himself. that is which determines, or rather indicates his fate." I "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is he- cause he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears. however measured or far away." V-ur I AMY PLOTKIN 56 Littlefield Road Cutler "Amos" "Let today embrace the part with remembrance and the future with longing." I'1l never forget: Mr. Donut's, wist, the G. room, my weekends with M.K., the K.O.D. of '68, the cat, senior prom of '69, skiing in North Conway, and learning how to drive a clutch. Favorite saying: Why? NANCY POLUCCI 15 Carthay Circle Wheeler HESTORUM G. PHOFSKY 57 Kenneth Street Cutler "Hess" "To earh hir own dream and may that dream come true." DOUGLAS S. PLATT 7 Larkspur Road Wheeler "Doug" "A mart may build himrelf a throne of hayonetr. But he cannot rit on it." I leave Newton South: Happily. I'll never forget: Fred, Derf and his Nerf Ballg and when junior added the softball. AMY PODUFALY 155 Winslow Road Cutler "You ree thirzgr ar they are and you ark why, but I dream thingr that never were and I ark why not." I'll never forget: B.U., the car, the spring of '70 with someone very special, the same old weekends with the crew, and all the good times we had. PAUL PLATTEN I77 Oliver Road Goodwin Hlirluration maler people eury to lead, hut rlifhfult to rlrireq earn to govern, hut imporrihle to en- flare." Soccer 2g Lacrosse 2, 3. I I .HI-I, HF' zz' 'fi' i t , .1 . f 'X' .m lk ,Q cv '43, BENJAMIN LEON POLAN 119 Dedham Street Wheeler "Binky" "And a youth raid, rpeak to ur of friendrhip, And let your bert be for your friend. Seek him with hourr to life for it ir hir to fill your need, but not your emptinerr, And in the rweetrterr of friendrhip let there be laughter and rharing of plearurer. For in the dew of little thingr the heart hndr it'r morning and ir refrerhedf' Someone I like: AUL. Regulus Co- Advertising ED. 45" 40 all- 5 I I , M I .in - t - - .3 . . , ,. ,,,.,.., .. .,. ,pw ,l , ,. t.-,- lun, .. ' . 'f,.f ,,,.,n. i , f . , . I - '1' pn rv ,te 3 Q-'1'-".!,t.'HfH , .'...,',, 15 .go .mug L - ,,,..,, ,1.,-'.,- t img qi ,F"f,'f ,.n.A'sk:,9' ,Vx .-'. A, A,,,,.,i nr-r 1... 'wfgfff 121' ..n'--hz 'fx' . , , , , 331,11 ,vs ,. , ' f:f.:, ,1n.p- vw-1 ' ' 5 4 , 5 5 ll. yr e .-.rl P' VM!!! MARSHA PORSHIN 251 Country Club Road Goodwin Go plafidly amid the notre G harte 6 remember what peafe there may be in rilenre, Ar far ar porrible without rurrender be on gofiul term! with all perronr. Speak your truth quietly and rlearlyg and lirten to olherr. CHARLES A. POTTEY 50 Roland Street Cutler "Charlie" When you're through learning, you're through. I'll never forget: The coaches and the runners of the track teams and all that they have done for me. Cross Country 1, 2, 53 Indoor Track 1, 2, 33 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. e J ..1ff"" 'af PM ' dt 5,1 , .A . r flf .5 'fi 9. . " t ' fl! 1 1 V! ill . BARBARA RUTH PRIETZ 30 Waldorf Road CQOUCIWIYI "All that are left now, are rnajetrir memorie.v." Will remember: 4l!19!70, N.B. with BD. 0lll69 BPD. E-6g 8!25l70-10l12l70 Bizarre. M.L. Then, MOS, AL, PB, MMK, MINI, JK, JP, summers. JJF 71231611 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3g Leader Corps 21 GAA 2, 5. we '--in-TSrr':z ! JAMES PRELACK 105 Langley Road Cutler "Jim" Famous quotes: "Ask me if I care." "You'll get my bill." I re- member: 5 long years, JLN, I-IK, CLE, and of course, B 8: R3 sum- mers with SPB, Nantasket, laps on Brandeis, hall patrol with BN, Capriccios, and a tremendous amount of wasted time. JV Soccer 1, Gymnastics 13 La- crosse 1, 2, 3. DENISE JOYCE RANDALL 35 Stanley Road Wheeler "Randi" "The lore, the Quiet laughter-and the freedom to build the kind of life we want." Some day soon, Keith. I-louse Council Ig Homeroom Man- ager. lll.. li l Ill 'r-fi -N? W- L :J "Now it's my turn." MARK PRIEST 97 Manchester Road Wheeler '1,, , A-sf, J" 0,1 . ,ndlffrlf 4.1, "iff Q ' ,I NANCY ELLEN RATNER 11 Fairhaven Road Goodwin A donkey at his gloomiert hir ,tpoute at follow! once addretfedx "I'm to dumb, you're ro dumb. let'5 go and die now, Come!" Yet at 50 frequently turn! Outg Both gaily stayed alive throughout. MARCY RICHMOND 155 Christina Street Goodwin The world is a beautiful plate to be born into if you don't mind some people dying all the time, or maybe only .ftarring tome of the time, whifh i,rn't half .fo bad if it iJn't you. -Lawrence Ferlinghetti Vilalk for the Hungry 1970 PETER ROSENBERG 57 Devonshire Road Wheeler "Mental" 'Take a day and walk around, zwatrh the nazi! burn your town. Then go home and watch yourxelf. You'd think u'e're ringing about mrneffne el,fe." Plastic People Oh Baby. Now you're such a drag. I leave to NSHS: M.G, P.C.'and an ugly dog face, , if I 'Q JANE RAUTENBERG 70 Neshobe Road Cutler Without fruttration, there if no need, no reason to mobilize your rerourfer, to difrozfer that you might be able to do tomething on your ozrn, and in order not to be frustrated, which if a pretty pain- ful experience, the child learns to manipulate the environment. Rah! ,I '01 -,1' DEBRA ANN ROSS 652 Sawmill Brook Parkway Wheeler "Deb" "Betsy" I'll never forget: Elephantsg jj jjj, "Do it in Greek"g Floridag 1!10f70 with Burgag Loving Mikeg Great Adventuresg Tunatishg Dark Shadowsg My best friend Lisa-thanks for sharing the best four years of my life with meg Love to AF, AD, LG, BG, GM, MH, H, C, 84 the girl's roomg I'll always love you Barry. Thanks for caring, Mrs. 5.3 my ambition: to grow up. '23 BARBARA ELLEN ROSENBLOOM 32 Indian Ridge Road Cutler N.E.W.g FTA 2, 'sg Library Club. ALAN ROTBERG 5 Redwood Road Goodwin "Turk" Soph. Basketball team. Miami of 1969-Best time while in High School. Nice Green Seats. HOWARD STEVEN RUBENSTEIN 2 2 Howe Road Wheeler "Howie" "The thinner you Jlice il, it'J itil! holognaf' Al Smith I'll never forget Mr. j. and his flying chalk, the cars at Aj's. Basketball 1, 2, 53 Athletic Trainer 2, Head TR. 5g SAR 1, 2. jAMES STUART RUBENSTEIN 22 Howe Road Wheeler "jimmy" "There it nothing either good or had, hui thinking maker it Jo." I'll never forget: Sigma Alpha Rhog Skiing 197Og MDC, Cleveland Circle, Summer 19703 Langley Pharmacyg the Strike, Spanish Club 2, 3g Ski Club 2g Basketball Manager 1, 25 Denebola Sports Writer 23 Foreign Language Certificate of Honor. ROBERTA ROSISNTIIAI. UQ Chestnut Street Goodwin "Robi" For ruth ll Ihr' lnzlzrolwzl tnrfu From Ihr' wrlh lo the thy ahora' lfull, to 1LfIl'L' of fore if Io give of life And in giving life End lore. I'll always remember: jogging? Fyfti, my favorite Lion, Mrs. R., my twin, Marsh, Luscious, my special friends in Lexington, thanks Sher and the lutky 13 and all the joy it brought me. :CS KAREN ROTH SUSAN ROWER 20 Wendell Road 11 Maplewood Avenue Goodwin Goodwin "Susie" "Simplicity of fharafter is the nat- ll"e're not 'gonna lake lr nral remit of profound Ihozzghlf' Nerer didtzr1d11e1'erz4'1fl "La rimplirite de fareflere er! le ll"e're nfflgonml luke I! ferzzltat mzfunzl dei penieer pro- Gonmzsthahe il found." Gonna break il Left forget iz hetfer mil. If .mg mx T3 . is r-9 N040- fa' A if 1 .fm bf..- , -. ,fe-' buy' , -Eli '-4 nw----r x X. 4 "- X- - - , ' H its X .J . I X Patriots by Five 7 And now you give thought to growing up. You're not as scared about things because you know that you'll look back again soineday and the problems will only be shadows. -2 IQ STANLEY MARK RUBIN 136 Cynthia Road Cutler "Sleazo" "Rubo" l'll never forget: The Organization, Dago, Marko, Wilfy, and the rest of the meng Nights at 24 Shady Hillg Tooling with Demarl-to and I can't forget NTB Amy. I leave to NSHS: The experiences I got out of it, and my very own VW. Wrestling 1, 2. ELIZABETH ANN SAGANEY 160 Woodclifl Road "Beth" "Liz" Goodwin "Me bigb, You lou"' I leave to NSHS my report card because no one else would want it and also I leave to NSI-IS DAI-VED MARILYN BETH SALTZBERG 79 Brandeis Road Wheeler "Mal" "Reach our for someone, To rommauifate is M76 begimzing uf znulersuzmli2zg." "If you smile at me I :fill fnulerslana' cazzse lbal is someibizzg ezwylzozly. ezergzvlvere does in tbe same language." Thanks so much: ILDNPLWEGD Il. MARTHA LEE SANDMAN 'Z Fairlee Road Yifheeler "Muffin" "Muffy" "Time burries on, and the leaves ilu! are green turn lo brou11." Class Committee 1, 2g French Club 1, 2, President SQ Spanish Club 1, 2, Eg Band 2. R3 Concert Choir 2, 33 "Bye, Bye, Birdie"g Hunger Hike Committee 23 AFS 1, 2. 31 Student Activities Council lg Ski Club 3. JOANNE SAPERS 11 Drew Road Wheeler "jo" "I am be as you are be as you are me and we are all Iogetberf' I will never forget: W.H.G.R. Com. Ave. The summer of '69 in Florida. The meaningful talks with all my friends. My classes with PB and the song Ride, Ride, Ride, Hitching a Ride, lunch block my junior year. MICHAEL HOWARD SATTER 41 Fairhaven Road Cutler "Mike" "Sater" "A man cannot life ufitb others, until be learns to live uitb bim- self." I'll never forget: Sept. 26, '70g 2!26f69g summer '70 and most of all my little Puerto-Rican. Most rewarding experience: To dedicate myself and end up ill on the field. Favorite saying: Ride On! Varsity Football 1, 2, 53 Varsity Clubg Intramural Basketball. STEVEN PAUL SATTER 50 Dedham Street Cutler T7 ,...... BRUCE G. RUBIN S0 Martellus Drive Goodwin "B" "Truth ir a lie" I'll never forget: the summer ol' 1969, and on one particular eve- ning a lat kitl stuffed with jelly beans, The summer of 70 and the great times with SK. and P.K., Street hockey with BM and the guys. I leave to Newton South: the last of the great Rubins, Prophecy: Goodwin House will not submerge in 99 yrs. French Club Ig Intramural Basket- ball 1, 23 Softball I. PAUL SCHAYE 358 Beacon Street Cutler Melt Let ur come together Let the man whore hand it mired in a cfenrhed nrt join the man whose hand it mired in a ryznhoi of peace So that together they may help the man who mn mite hir z'oife and hir middle hnger. PAUL L. SCHIFFMAN 97 Dorcar Road Goodwin One need not Jearch fruitlefrly throughout the world for joy. One need only ririt the rhizmher within where the .spirit rleepr, waiting for iz morning Junrhine i0 awaken it. ANDREW DANA SCHMIDT 35 Caldon Path Cutler "Andy" "Reputation ir the only inrentire I refognizeu -Paul Morphy, 1858 I leave to Newton South: one smashed American-boy model air- plane. Advise to sophs, and juniors: P-K9 is the best move! I'lI never forget: AM, PS, DP, F In C block study-1968. Arsturus 2: Chess Club 1, 2, Presi- dent 3. JEFFREY SACKS 96 Adeline Road Wheeler "jeff" Spanish Club 1, 2, 53 Math Club 2, 55 Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 23 Home Room Vice President 3. PATRICIA RUDEN 2-1 lhillllilil-llfl Rumi Ciootlwin gn DAVID SCHEFF I 3 2410 Greenwood Street Cutler ' 1 , fs. " " 'Qi' 712, , ,X g- fgyw. f " it it m N ug , f " 7, t . get if av , - I I ,, '3,'ie"z JANET BERLIN , A SCHREIBER -'18 Athelstane Road Goodwin There are plufer I remember all my iife, though Jonze have changed, Some forezer, not for hetter. Some have gone und mine remain. All there piizcet had their nmrnenr,i, llwith lorerr and friendt I Hifi can remit, Shine ure dead and .tome are firing. In lily life I'1fg filled them Hg, - ., A RICHARD SCHWARTZ 95 Vine Street 'f'I,'f.tf Goodwin JOHN H. SEELER 170 Nehoiden Road Cutler "John Henry" il Hspggglg 15 fizjfizgtjfitl ltteif, The 14 ord, even the mor! fontnzdiutorg word, prererrer Contact-it ir rilenfe ruhifh irofaterf' -Thomas Mann Cross Country 1, 2g Indoor Track 1, 2, 3g Outdoor Track 1, Z, 3. .fl , ,A l W 'H S h -fd' 4 4- .7 f H X , 1 lt 6 V I E 01 A ff r r sat .W 14, , , f 4 ' lf, Q Inj K 13951, M ity: 1, f I J' X s g 141 4 I 1 'E I ng e ,iyfalndgz f if? if' gz- ff Jets-'elf eng, e igtigftfl 9.31 Z My , at ,E W 5 33' v IJ 189 ,auf 'X I . f I L 5 i av 1 1 K 'ia l- :S , 44 ,flip .' :E- 1. , Y Y -fi' 57'-'f. 'A r' f-affix -.y f 12 3: f f 3 . , . f 5 , -. -. , 4 1 tr -i CATI-IY SUE SEGAL 117 Osborne Path Wheeler "Purity" "Cel" "l1'fifhnat lore, laughter and tears there it 710 life." Girl's rooms, trip to Conn., all my good friends, good feelings with DS, DN, ML, SM, AL, Mr. Coyle's Xmas party, Rich Kolaclds house, Gruz 2 strange and great summers, Hilda and Tonga lmy best friendst, The Fantastic Four, my growing up, a fireside on a cold night in Belmont, and no words can express how l feel about LG. 58 .-ff KARL SEELER 170 Nehoiden Road Wheeler Change is Time NEW l, 2. LINDA SEGAL 36 Bontempo Road Goodwin "Lindy" "Shorty" "Colon are important Becaate they make our world Beatzttftzl, hut they are not at Important ar how we feel . . . Or what we think . . . Or what zwe do." I will never forget the homeroom of 7204 not those long H.R. pe- riods with ? lWhere was every- body?J ERIC SHAMBAN -16 Larchmont Avenue Goodwin This is for all my friends- "People uho tzeetl people are the lttciiert people III the u'orltl." l'll always rememberz Shelley, Hilda, Nancy, Mark, Marcia, Ed- ward, jeff and everyone else who has made my high school years memorable, Also, Paul and Ellen and Leslie. 4' ' l 90 2251 I Q12 J N. BARBARA SEGAL 33 Deborah Road Wheeler "Barb" "l feel the pain of yearr .flow strug- gling to Jurzfizfe. One tender b,0ugh lifelerr in the chill of dark." My most precious thoughts are: all my friends, Debby, Barrabee, the summers of '69 and '70 and all the other great memories we've shared. .rf sf-...Y WENDY L. SEGAL 18 Broken Tree Road Cutler There who lite for themxelzfer, are uraally left to themselves. l'll never forget: R.C. Cola, Oct. 7, that weekend in Maine, getting lost, Florida, Nov. 27, my nick- name, and all my friends. My am- bition is to get along with English teachers. I leave to NSI-IS: 5 sisa ters. ROBERT E. SHAPIRO 152 Brookline Street Goodwin "Bob" "Life if a game. Each player it gtrezz tzuo cards, birth and death. The text of the game it chance." l'll never forget my friends and all of the things we went through. Special thanks to S.F., KK. and the rest of the group for some good times and some good advice. Q9- '1:f:7 SUSAN NANCY SEIDMAN 47 Cloverdale Road Cutler Plan for tomorrow for yesterday you rhozzltl have planned for today. l'll never forget: summers with MS, Wow what we went through, also some really strange experiences with DR especially SR and the guys. MR what about the day at your house? ES, don't give up, re- member l'm Mr. Blue. f f I' nl N i xy., .. i lv., 1 1 L A . f - .A PATRICK SHERIDAN Cutler 1304 Boylston Street s . 'af W4 KAYLA SIIEIN 87 Harwich Road Wlieeler "Kay" "If a 7114121 flow not keep pate zuillv hir frmlflazliofzy, perlvaflr xl lj be' came he bean a different zlrummer. Le! him .rlep lo ilu' flllllll' zvlliflv he hoary, hozwezer mearured or far au 'ay " l M PAUL DAVID SHEROFF 5 34 Parker Street Cutler Life is made up of dreamy. I leave to NSHS: The teachers who couldn't forget me if they tried. l'll never forget: Talking about my cars and a certain girl with dirty blonde hair. I'm crazy about: any pretty girl who wants to be loved, and high performance cars. I would like: A whole lotta love from E.G. or L.G. which is the same girl. NAOMI SHOTTEN 462 Brookline Street Cutler Delermination arrived by inlen- rizfe efforlr maker any goal attain- able. I am grateful to all my teachers. I most like to remember my junior year and all the happiness that went with it. JEFFREY KAZIS SHRAGO 1329 Walnut Street Wheeler "jeff" "There are two tlaizzgr to aim for in life: fini to get what you uantq and after that to enjoy il." "l'll never forget one evening at Mark's, summers at Hyannis, weekend card games, and most of Il fX' MARTHA SIIEPIIERD ll'J Ditkerman Road Goodwin "Mart" "Marty" "l'igtoni aml Crlnlimzf Illllllllfll aml Piyurnls Onioni aml Pigcom Grlnllom aml Plliqeom . ....,.. ' lloyrly Ilitlftffllll German Club lg Stage Crew 1 2, 3. JESSICA TOBY SHOH ER 56 High Rock Terrace Goodwin "D'0z2 1'67ZOIl5-71014.52 Que ronznzer-nozu? O12 dll07I5'710llJ'.DH Paul Gauguin Me aft' -.fe-gn PAMELA J. SHORE 100 Country Club Road Wheeler "Pam" R"Yoa give our little Y E llvlven you ,que of RN S E your porrertfionr. AO OOM It lj ulverz jflll UI LTO give of yourself RT C H fl7c1lj'OZl BC Iruly EA ARNOLDS ". . .FOR give." FV ABORETUM LOVE IS M SUFFICIENT A UNTO LOVE. . K. Gibran S S set ' ' ., H' .-, f ' . . ,,f..., Y 4. Q A 'HJ QM ,fs -1 A And you remember how sad you were when you left sixth grade, and you said you'd come back every day and visit. And how you never did. And when you left junior high school you said the same. And never. 192 ......-- 7,5 DALE SILIN 139 Winslow Road Goodwin "Little One" "In the long run the pefrirtzitt niuy lie proren right, hut the optimist but iz fur hetter time on the trip." I'll never forget: The family, the beauty of the beep, Big Lewi, England, and all the great kids I met. Mal's Youth Club, Mad River, Gymnastics Clinic, Palaestrum, Cheering, the Pancake House, in- dulging huh Mal and Zez? Cheerleading, Gymnastics 1, 2, 2. NANCY SILTON Iel Homestead Street Goodwin LESLIE ELLEN SHUBIN 79 Shady Hill Road Cutler "Zez" "There will he- no peace without lozfe no lore without underrtanding no understanding without knowl- edge no knowledge without work no work without petite." I'll never forget: RMGPBLDJNL EIK, summer '70, Colorado, JCD, my 2nd home, 25 miles, Harvard 25th re. Gymnastics I, 2, 51 Dance 2, 33 Cheerleading 33 Musicals 84 M.A.F. 2, 3g Regulut 31 Ski Club 2, 3. BETSY SHULKIN 44 Countryside Road Wheeler "Does the Jong of the Jeu end at the shore or in the heartr- of thote who lirten to it?" I'll never forget: Cross Country, deserted beaches, ETWD, the famous Inn, Commons, Jr. yr., Senior Prom 8: New Year's with MB. Suz don't forget all those DD's, convention GTO, C YA, times with LK. Friendship is a little word, it's the people who make it big, right Suz. Wheeler Council, SS cure PTSA, NANCY LUCILLE SILBERT 16 Howley Avenue Cutler "Sharona" "One rnutt repeat, from time to time: The world was created for my Jake. Never tuy: What do I care about thi: or that? Do your part to add ronzething new, to bring forth something that it needed. and to leare the world u little hetter because I was here briefly." With fondest memories: Linda, Masada and the Boston I leave this June when I make Aliyah, YIS, LTC, TAC, NY, KS, MS, FWW, BRIG, Ulpan Sc spec. friends. JANE ELLEN SILVERMAN 35 Brandeis Road Wheeler "True peace if not merely the ah- Jence of tension, it if the pretence of justice und hrotherhoodf' I'll never forget: J.C. on Mt, Tom, sudden urges, New Year's eve '69, endless card games, traveling ex- periences in a Cutlass, CB in Sterns, Spanish '70, and a lot of great times with a lot of great people. Spanish Club I, 2, F.T.A. 2, 33 Ski Club I 2 3. GW J JANE SILBERBERG 29 Wheeler Road Goodwin "Janie" 'The meaning and tfalue ofa friend ir seldom fully known to ut until his friendship it lott." I'll never forget: G.B., my other half, I.M., L.F., M.P., Stowe Vt., Convention, April 1, 1969, summer of '70, my other M.T.A. rides to Waban, Maybe I'll learn to keep my shut, someday- I'll never you, Sis. green, home, Gail. mouth forget tx? i IRA D. SINGER 23 Leewood Road Cutler "Skip" "Qu'est-ce que l'homme dans la- nature? Un neant .2 l'egard de l' znjinz, un tout ti l' egard du neant, un milieu entre rien et tout." l'll never forget: a bum back, 1.4 Sons and Lovers, summer '70, IBTIWQ Our Gangg Discussionsg I-Iawkg R.E. Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, 55 SAC 1, 2g PTSA Rep. 35 Arts Festival 1, 2, 3, Drama 2, 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 5g Varsity Club 1, 2, VP 5. WENDY ELLEN SILVERMAN 128 Olde Field Road Wheeler "Today it the hrs! day of the rest of your life." Concert Choir I, 2, ig Vocal En- semble 2, 3, Musical l, 2, 3, May Arts Festival l, 2. 3. ALAN EDWARD SINGER 60 Nardell Road Goodwin "Al" "You only life once, so lizfe right." l'll never forget: the summer of '70, Sept. 7, Norwoodg BF and AG Good luck to his driving. I hope to remember MC, in the future. To NSHS I leave PS, Broken 442. Tennis 1, gl Gymnastics 1, 2. Q. . 2 PAULA SINGER 31 Chase Street Cutler "Puffin" Dear Friends, Thank you for making the year insane and tolerable. All my love, Paula l'll never forget: the Monestary, the surf, B0sun's locker, George's and the pains of trying to stay a child when you know it's against the rules. I leave to NS: The Revolution. JAMES SMITH 29 Carver Road Weeks "Orr was crazy and could be grounded. All he had to do was ashg and as soon as he did, he would no longer he crazy and would hare to fly more missions. Orr would he crazy to 'fly more missions and sane if he didn't, but if he was sane he had to fly them, If he flew them he was crazy and didn't have toy but if he didn? want to he was sane and had to. 'That's some catch,' Yossarian observed. 'It's the best there is,' Doc Daneeha agreed," And then it comes to you, an idea, a comforting thought somehow. You all of a sudden realize that some things, maybe, you love and promise never to let go, but you do kind of, and when you do there's no sadness anymore, Only blurry, happy time memories. You still hear the laughter and the girls' squeaky voices, but the faces are vague, and you don't re- member what color the sky was. JAMES M. SLOANE lll Oakdale Wheeler "ll"e were talking-about the space between us all-And the people-who hide themselves he- hind a wall of illusion-Newer glimpse the truth-then its far too late-when they pass away, llle were talking-ahout the lore we all could share-when we had it- to try our best to safe the world with our lore," I will never forget PK, 6111, TY, JS, WA, OSTY. SSO, JS, A8tP- Regulus lg SSO 1, 2, 3. DAVID SAMUEL SMITH 50 I-Iyde Street Cutler "Sam" "Never utter a threat, always use logic that proves to he irresistible, he a man of reasonableness." The Godfather l'll never forget: summer '70, 100 in 5, reminiscing, walk-in drive-in, first times, Steve Canyon, New Year's Eve '69, and all my friends. Soccer 1, 2, C0-Captain 3g Wrest- ling l, 5, Lacrosse 2, the Chases CFriezep 195 MARCY ANN SMOOKLER 52 Devonshire Road Xldflieeler "Sugar" "Yon fire to the xlnif to funn flu tfiotzgltt, Tim! llfll 1111111 tm For life tiznnot be fmrzglvtf' I'll never forget: the rose, LB., Louise, Belmont, Drive-Ins, Aug- ust I and Exan. .. .V , - , , . Rt,rg.f4f.ur C,ircul.ition Staff I, pg Ski Cluli Ig Sailing Club I. ,IAN SNYDER 181 Florence Street Goodwin "Willy" "Snitzel" Sfmtr' people rufzze tl lot of friendly lm! Alert' jlerlpft' mn really my their ffliillifl LIVE' Igoorf frret1z2l.v. l'll never forget the summer of '70, that night on Spiers Road, Sept, S, 'MU with D.A. and AB., those summer nights in Norwood. Fa- vorite sayings How much! Madre le tuve. Favorite song: "There Aint Nix Mountain High Enough." Tennis I, 2. DIANE MARIE SOSTILIO Il Keller Path WlicAL'ler "Di" "II'.r fzeen 41 long time touting." l will never forget: All the great times with Kings! Dum Dums, Cape '70, the surting broadcaster, "The only one" and "The Lonely Road." I will always remember: the Hawaiian Punch, with KH as the Hood Falling. Skiing with KH, KIM, BB, and CM. Those long talks with Mich. Wtirls Study, Basketball, Pep Squad. ELLEN LINDA SPECTOR III Brandeis Road Xwheeler Ketfp tour' face toz1'ard,r the mn. rznif ilu ,rlnlrfolzgr rtiff r1l1z't1y.r fall fnlvinif ,l'fIl. I can never forget the joy of my 11260 summer and the death of my fiixorite aunt this past summer. My memories of her are beautiful, just .rs she was. The luture with Evan is unknown but our past and present are continually a source ill happiness and of everlasting memories. Love to my "tamily"! CAROL RUTH SPELFOGEL 'IU Vlune Lane Xvheeler 'Tre gift rz for of firing to Jo." Best memoriesg Field Hockey, Chorus. "the clogs", Summer "O. I lean two youniler brothers to 'YSHS I? IT 1 . .,. K l x W BENNET SPUNGIN fl UN 8 Avalon Road -my x 22 42211 ff U! '15 I' -4? Goodwin AMY STANGER 11 Village Circle "F1'ntn flair 171111721 From tbir hour I ordain myself foofd of limits and illldgjiidfy finer. Going zebere I lirt, my own nmrter, Iota! and abrolutef' Fondest memories with Laurie, Ro- setta, Karen and most of all with jimmy. ROBERT NICHOLAS STAULO 2 20 Woodward Street Cutler illazzfr greater! and mort needed virtue it the ability to rerpect other people and their beliefr, no matter lmu' ufien or different they may seem, My greatest satisfaction at South: playing on a winning football team . , . . Iinally. I leave to Newton South a baby moose. Varsity Football 1, 2, Co-Capt 3g Varsity Wrestling 2, 5g Varsity La- crosse 1, 2, Co-Capt 5. MALCOLM STEARNS 145 Collins Road Wheeler LAWRENCE JAY STEARNS 28 Cottonwood Road Goodwin "Larry" limba! difference does it make in the end? I I TIM STEEV ES 10 Kingston Road Goodwin DAVID STEIN 11 Wcrstgate Road Goodwin In the heginning you made a simple rrorltl, :lay and night, water and earth, plants and animals. Now we hnou' you create with subtlety the inrisihle atom with its secret heart of power. Filled with joy, You make a man, himself a whole zworlzl, mysterious, delicate, violent. Your lore, massizfe, cosmic, joyful, explodes around us, as in the he- ginning in a burst of light, a rush of waters, in the cry of hirth, in ourselves, even in ourselres. FRANK STEINBERG 257 Cypress Street Cutler "Rico" "I am told that pork-packing is the most prestigious position in America, next to politics." Seems like so many years with Yukka,, maybe too many Rocco. Good luck to the members of U.M. Tough luck Super-chicken. And never to be forgotten is the person who has meant the most to me, Caren. Thank you. Class Vice President 23 Football 1, Steve Canyon Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID STERNBURG 23 Longmeadow Road Wheeler "Dave" "Sterny" Always remember: Carol, Hallo- ween in my van, trip to Wor- cester, SC, BB. DS, FS, New Year's, '70, MG, JT, CS, CE, SS, Rockport, so near and yet so far- huh MG? Chauffer service '69 Lincoln?? Milton Babes, Summer '70, Ken- berma, Bob, Bleep your close, the car is the ultimate weapon-parents. Woodstock '69, year of protest. The only person who really under- stands. Thanks for best years, with love, Carol. LAWRENCE SAMUEL STERNE 2 8 Duncklee Street Wheeler "Larry" LINDA ,IOYf,li S'I'l LLER ll Alum- l..tt1t- K urlt-r Linn l.iiifii: Your rhzlilri n .ur not your vlizl ilfttl, riihtl .Ht lim ltttll ittlil i1'iltl,1,l 1 ttri uf Iitti lffft:'1r1!.g tw' ltiiit 'lilwti limit' i'liroui'h sou hu! not trffrn sou 'Intl tlufuvh tlti, .nf iaith tffu it! thti htlftni not to you You min Ylfllt' tlurn win' lfflt hut Hn! Vfltt' tlffiltilfti lm thtt hint' thttr nun tlift1r,.jlIi You mai lfoust thttr lzmltci hut not flwtyr wuli, lwr tlfttr' mul' .lntll IH flu' lmltit' of lrttllrtfftitt, Hilltlf you tunnwt Mitt, not tzcn in jiffur IIIVL 11711 l. CATHERINE A. STOLTZE 9 Dc-lmorc Road Goodwin "Shultz" "Stoltzie" You 'Qilk' hut littlt' when sou ,girt- nf your poswrsioizr. It is zthtn iou ,give of 'yourself thirt you truly gilt-. l'll never forget the kids in the Hlds., and the great times l've had with them, Senior Prom '69, Senior Prom. JAMES STOMBERG 157 Lincoln Street Cutler JUDITH E. STONE ISO Elgin Street "Judy" "Jude" If you teach your chililrcn hope they zlill teach you lore ruth their laughter, You can giie Ihwn hope, you can reach ahoze antl fullozt' after tlreanzs. fi clrcarn of inan, .1 tlreanz of peace. lim LINDA STRASER 2'-1 Parker Street Goodwin "U"h,1' tliil you bruise me uifh join' rough places if yvu ili.l not zrant me to tell yoiz .zhout them? Anil stifle ine It ith jour stupiililies if you ilitl not zcant me to c'xpose them? Anil nail me with your nails of cruiltyi if you tlitl not zzant me to pluck them forth and fiing them in your fares? rind starre ine he- cause I refuse-il to ohey ion, if you tlitl not zcant me to unilernzine your tjrarzrin-R" : .., I, . I N l I gm ' ea, , . , ,r 5 x l MONIKA A. STRONG 290 Lake Avenue Wheeler I leave NS: GP with her thoughts on BS. XY'ith me, will be the mem- ories of the Highs and the great kids in it. 1 can't forget SP who pulled some crazy things, which reminds me of DF and the CH. Deb don't forget Rm. 1612, Sue don't forget the Springs and Cover Girl. Cherished will be Feb. 7 and the summer of "O, We have yet a lot to learn, but we'll make it. SUSAN SWERLING 115 Cynthia Road Goodwin "Friena'rbip it a dear and timelett lllillgfl 1'll never forget: Sept. 10, 1969, Peter and all the great times we've had together, Let's make them last forever, the with Luv, 3 years from June, GD Party, Iota Phi, Special delivery letters, Great times with PE and IM. French Club, Denebola, Senior Prom. 3 ,S 'J an -J' And now you understand that you can't walk back ana' see things still in green and gold because, well, just because they won't be that way anymore, not the way you remember them . NANCY B. SWIG 188 Arnold Road Wheeler "Unga" "Choy" "So many thing! to my I could it them in a book." I'll never forget: sunny summer 703 Fla 693 midnite strollg PC Brockton Fair, LC poached oyster Andover, L Langly at 6 AM with Shelleyg Hollywood Bowl huh Amy? Nancy and our lost earring who ate pizza! Las Vegasg Senior Prom and Steve. Love and thanks to all my close friends. "Famous saying: You had to be there." French Clubg Pep Squad. ILY ADAM SZETELA 4 Shawmut Park ,, Wheeler THE ONE TIME I LOST THE RACE. JANE TABACHNICK 105 Walnut Hill Road Cutler PAMELA MARY TAGLIENTI 550 Langley Road Goodwin "Bli.ft wat it, in tba! dawn, to be alive But to be young wa: z'ery beaten" NANCY JANE TEPPER 5 Philbrick Road Wheeler "TCD" "ll"e're captive! on the caroutel of time. lWe carfl returng we can only look behind from wbere we came, and go round and round in the circle game." I'll never forget: The family, that night at E.C.'s house, Wingo, Tel Noar, getting lost one night in N.H., outside of ,IL's house during Prom '68'. 1, 2, 3 the beep, Crobie, Stowe, and 15 years of a beautiful friendship. Right Jo? 1'-7 -.-f- fs M mi'-2 - -wt clit- . ,gn . X 'K'-"ii" DANA TIIOMPSON 11-ll Walniit Street Goodwin "Doc" Lore it ha,t7jJine.r.r-a lick of his ioliipop, hit T-.fhirt tri ll'E't1f to hed, champagne on the first. a warm hand on a cold night, read- ing 2 horoscopes, writing lore noter inrteaa' of homework, a hifi goodnight, a hits to lat! forezfer- happinerr ir lore. Lotte forever. I'll never forget: Squirrel Island, V-parties, 122368, I-Iowdy's, every- one I ever knew and Cliff. Dave- take it easy. just keep smilin' buddy. LEON SCOTT TIGHE 1629 Centre Street Cutler "To lead a happy life a'on't' he afraid to try something you'tfe never done hefore regardless of what ntherr think. Youll nerer regret it. It'r your lifef don't let someone life it for youq that'r yours to do." I'll never forget: M.H., IP., A.C., B.C., M.M., J.S., IG., A.P., S.S., and Prom, and Dave, Mr. Coyle, etc. I'll always race my Hydro and dig gymnastics ll, 2, 35. Band 1, 2. JERRY TILDEN 26 Harwich Road Wheeler "Tilly" "Often timer the roughert road may he the her! way to where you want to go." Most rewarding experience: Foot- ball at NSI-IS. I'll always remem- ber: the great times I've shared with the great people I know, Florida, summer of '70 with some- one special, and 2 other special people who I thank for many things. Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 3, Homeroom Rep 1, 2, 33 Regulus 3. ELISE JOY TISNER 132 Harwich Road Cutler "Let nothing past, for every hand mart find some work to do: Lore not a chance to waken lore, Be frm and just and true." I'll never forget: Un peo do si- lence, IAH, the Family, Green 81 purple, Big Mem, BSR 81 good ol' TSR, Slaicos-Friends, Fun and Laughs. ROBIN TRACY 66 Linden Street Wheeler "Some day we'll he together." I'll never forget: P. town, the Highland kids, Xmas 69, N.Y. Eve O.K. Suzanne, Summer of 70 and the Lake. My talks with LP. thanks kidg Graduation 6!8!'7O, The weekend and the six of us, right Debbie? Sorry Doug but it was worth it, thanks. I leave to Newton South the num- ber one RACHELLE TUCKER 81 High Rock Terrace Goodwin To everything there ir a reason and a time to every purpose under the heizren. I'll never forget: my friends, all our laughing, The family wf its green and purple people, our spe- cial persons, one not of us, slaicos, Big Mem falling? "It's a hassle" summers at MIT and CB. I leave to Mr. R. "Un peu de silence" Most rewarding experiences, vol- unteering at Peabody Camp and at B I Hospital, Dance Club lg Ecology Action 2g Hunger March 23 Tutoring 3, Band 3. Weeks ---r LINDA TUFTS 5 Carthay Circle ff' -Xi And it's painful to go to the secret hideout with your little brother, and watch his joy, and try to escape from thinking that the ground smells and the spiders are ugly. You never used to notice those things. I if 93 fa' I JEFF TURNER Isl Hagen Road Wheeler ",IefT" "Life if nezer limifed, yet rzerer fompfefef' l'Il never forget: Stacy Adams, all the bt-ttutiful times togetherg New Years "O with S.D.A.S.g M.C., D. it C, Dave's house, skiing Kill- ingtong Rutland wreck with YT, IS KG, I-Ioney ek Meyer, the long- est trip up-yet the shortest trip down, the Hick from St. Louis. I leave to NSI-IS one little girl. Ski Club 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 5. JOAN URDANG 50 Tarleton Road Goodwin I'll 'never forget: Monday night phone calls with K.V., The Rat Patrol, and the double surprise party. French Club 2, 53 Math Club 2g Math Tutor 2, 3. KAREN VALINSKY 130 Lincoln Street Gt,JtItlWIl'1 "KiI1dI1e5J in uwrdr nearer :Unh- ffenre. Kzudzzesr in thinking cre- arer profoznzdzzesx. Kirzdzzeys in git'- izzg rrealer fore." I shall always remember Newton South for new friendships and fond memories it has given to me. For these. I am grateful. ...Q CLEMENT VIRGILIO 109 Forest Street Cutler "It realli' ir far more diffrzzlt to rfIl'fet'I zrimzizzg luleul Ibazz to frm' I1 ,iqfffuf L'tldl'll7.U l'm crazy about: My little Italian redhead CAROLINA! l'II never forget: Nov. 26, '69, Nov. 29, '69, summer '70, and all the good times we have had together. All the hockey and baseball games and of eourse all those sprints! "Gracia per tut Chowk' Hoekey l, 2, co-Capt. 53 Baseball I, 1, co-eapt 5. I ELIOT VANDAM HELAYNE AUDREE 22 Scotney Road VANDAM W,hWlU 29 Kodaya Road "slim lzr fluff' jllil, and Ion may not Xxihcclcr Itt1tfI il, fm! wfnr tzrrou' :UU fly flu' HlVHll4l'L' 1t'I'.1j?ptzf1rpiI1 tom' Hilfe ftilelttr' linux if aimed' at an fffijeff zwfrftl' on tr Ieztf zzillv to1zrI'eff." .Ind no om C4111 gel in, l'll never ft-r,!Ct1 Cards '68, '69, Y'I1l.Iift77Itffl7lI1f fIfC1'tI"'I!lIff1g Falmouth pre-season, summer "II Tltt 11 Il ornlt-I' zz'lIere IIIIIIIP been. xx ith the family, DILMDIPN, You pn! :Ive faftzme on ,IIIIIILIIIIU . I Tim! rlflllil e lnznflyi tezfr ifzotwz, I IINIII f!7L'lI 11111 Vtdjilt' lrIII 1,115 The llltllilt' ttm' .IU mom' llIl'7l.H , I'll never ftmfltgeti IE, IK, IS, IL, 'I DR, LB, CS, DD, RC, MH, SS. I MWD, GG, SC, SD, SC, IS, TM, LI, PC. I b LONDA XVALKER fl Gletmootl Avenue I Xvlietlet I "l'II.v .nl we tt lm 1a'IIu't Imife Y 1 ffItI't' Iftff' 'living lronfyfizig me II III I Ifflfll VII l'I':'tIe,Il1IIdffII1f I .- Iuvmf ' 4' I: If MR' It IIMII' IJII VIN Jeff' I -w-4' IQ' I-au 19- ROBERT WALEN 6 Floral Street Cutler AI.V. Football l, Stage Crew, worked with NYST. DOUGLAS R. WALLACE 29 Oxford Road Goodwin "Wally" "Whatless" "Lore one another fight nowf' I'll never forget: Mashpee, Andi Iini, Ann, Brownie, Beel, Jilroy, Al, Chip, Curt, Nickerson, Groton- wood, softball, summer '69, '70, getting, psyched, playing golf, whale and the oil pump, Hul Brown. Yuhl me too! ,I.P.'s Bee and CSNSLY. What would ever happen if there were not softball games or if our group ever broke up or we ever got away with any great plan??? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .DX "7 ELLEN BETH WALLACE 5 Rolling Lane Goodwin "Do not dllflll' the .run to dim-out of paper, friem1',ship.r, .rmiles cent nnnty .fllllj ..... " Soph. class secg Goodwin House council 23 Student Activities coun- cil 25 Regular Lay-Out Ed. 53 Cheerleader 5. ELISE SHARON XWARSllAllliR fwfr Llxnor Roald XYIllCL'lL'f 711 ln' ffffhfftltflwlfyfflnfitll lu it lflllltl tzltnll ri tlullly ltr In il, wright tzml tltzl, to malt' ton LILl'V'l!2mf1 else, IIH.'tUl,l In ftqht the hwtlert lmlllt tzlirlf lull IYIHIIJII htruq mu light, tzurl ne1'er tmp fightiulig. JAX WALLERSTEIN 1-11 Parker Street 359 PAUL WHITE 71 Hearherland Road Goodwin LYNNE WHEELER Wheeler 20 Caulfield Circle ESTA WEBBER 21 Wallace Street Goodwin "What ez'er happened to wither zvishezl O71 az Har?" Never forget: Many memories with Barb, Summer '69, Kenmore, BPG, Joni, SH 81 the Cape with Ellen, New Year's '70-huh Barb? 6l15l 70, CSNBLY and beautiful memo- ries of Carl and Terry, however long lost. "The bird of time har hut a little way to flutter- tmd the Bird if on the wing," g x .,,oN v U . , . lm JUDITH ELLEN WEINSTEIN -19 Botsford Road LINDA SUE WEINSTEIN V5 XXfoodcliH Road Wheeler "Judie" Cutler "For all that hat been, Tlnrzih-31111. For all that will he, Yet. H I'll never forget: 16169, our cig- arette, Stowe '70, Room 3, Cass IIS, 13, After live years, the view New Year's Eve '70, 2 days in No Conway. R.M.T. .md Leslie's room A friend who's long but never lost I-WHY. and always my Michael. dl. A1 is "I do my tlflug, and you do IUIH' thing. I am 1111! in Ihix zeffrltl to litre up to your t'X,Dt'CftIfltHI,f, Azul 11111 are fmt in thir zrorlzl In lite up to mme. Yon an 11111 imrt' I tam I5 Ami if hy rhmzee ue Hml earl? Hll7t.'7'. it'l' lfetrlztiftzlf' ELLEN BARBARA XVHITE 65 Oakdale Road Goodwin "No people are lntir2tere1fIi21,S- Their fate it like the Chrmzifle of pl.u1et,r. Notlfiftr in them ii' not particzzltzr, .mtl planet Ill aliffimilfzr from planet, And if tz 711.111 lizetl in ulzrfzzfity Nldflflvg hir friemlf in that Ia!7slL'll7'i1vl. olvrmritjy if fmt 1111- irzterertrzzqgf -Yevtushenlco J 'I Xt- - L NORMAN WILFAND DOUGLAS WILKINS Ita Clifton Road 55 Wlhite Pine Road XX hcclt r Goodwin -,-. PETER ALAN YOUIXG Ill Vlinslow Road Goodwin "Yukka" "Peteskul.1" "True lnzppirzery t'onJi.tI.i' not in the multitude nf ftierltlt, lzut in flu' zvorllw mul clwficc." I'll never loryuetz Frank, Neu, Gordy, Stu, Fink, and all the rest uf ilk' XVL'L'RS INJYS, LID the OFCIWILI, the men I met from MDBIQ, fall- inu off chair at I-Iaryard Sta., QU-I Cance I-louse, IF Bruce Bunk Al IVIUIIUCJI, Qixocl bucl Ricco 61 Btfliy. And ul course, ,IUDY and all the great times we had and will have. GARY ZAFRON lo Grace Road W'heeler "E1triom but trinity, .form jul! lou 11 " Lacrosse I. Hg Basketball, Soccer. l'll nexer furluetj Trips to Hull or rides back. The nite we climbed thru IS winduxx and got only hall cauyuht. MM, liowk your Ml, got' cha. Summer weekends with AIS. IXIAI, I'lCX'L'l' TUFNLLCI Vtliiutl times with MM, BE, BP S the guys. I2 min. ride from I-Iull and got caught. BP, have guardrail, will travel. ELAIINE ZEOLLA ll1llXY'.1lnut Street "3 -"IN SUZANNE WOLFSON 52 Gatehouse Road Cutler "Suv" "Hou can I lore faitla in the justife of life. zrlterz tlye zlreamr of tlyose H1711 .rleep upon feutlrert are not more lreautiful tlmn flvoye zzlw rltcp upon the etzrtlrf' You are beautiful AD. "Our mind it a Jporzge, our lseaft ii a .rIv'e1m2." I "late tr tlte lull tltirzg God utr n.'t1r1't xlml rf-rmlrnzt l'tt1fe." I lean: to N,S.H.S.. My process- inu equipment. ELISSA WILLIAMS 612 Chestnut Street Cutler "Lissa" "Whatever' Your friend if your rzeedx au- rzrered. For without wordt in friend- rhip. all tlaouglatr, all deriret, all expeftutiorzt are born and Jlaared. ztitlv joy tlmt it umzrclaimed. When you Part from your friend grieve not, for Ilmt zvlairla gou lore mort in lyim rrzuy be clearer in lair ab- rerzre. It ir bit to jill your need, but not your emptirzerr. You glee little zrlaerz you gize of your por- tertiorzr, II"lJerz you gize of your- Jelf then you truly gize. JEFFREY ALLEN WOLF IU' Elinor Road Goodwin "Let it rain meet Maryjurze Let it zuarh your lozfe doutu all around me Come imide and put it down Let it min," ,Iames Taylor I'II never forget: WHG-,IF tea- ticket Bob? Bizarre weekends in Iuly, good times and other times with Jane, Gail who turned me on the world, NCE Ohio plates Fred, could the next I8 be like the first? Oh ya, whatever happened to Sun- day! J' -aug, GAIL WOODBURY 46 Rockledge Road Wheeler "Woody" "Curly" "Matz um born to uzmder and be part of, and free in the Wildxf' I leave to Newton South my thanks to all the people who helped me get through this place. My friends and teachers, especially LF, Mr. NM, Mrs. -IM, Mr. MM, and my ,uym teachers and coaches. Basketball, Field Hockey, Volley- ball I, 2, 5g Leader Corps 23 Ger- man Club I, 31 GAA 2, 5. MARK ZEIRING l3'6 Walnut Street Goodwin LESLIE SUE ZIMMERMAN S9 Rowena Road Goodwin "I luow the time of lcuzing, of looling llacf and resollrtely putting all lnltind and farirlg fmnt and Iriing In see ahead, iz little pas! the taxi rrimlfttr and perhaps a little of fllfllllffllll' " -Ken Noyle LINDA CUTTER 35 Andrew Street Goodwin BARRY KLICKSTEIN 254 Spiers Road tj? JAMES GORDON 177 Glen Avenue Wheeler CQOOLIVVIH ELIZABETH FOULKROD 54 Goddard Street Wheeler "Lizzie" A man said to the Universe "Sir, I exist."' "However," replied the Universe "The fact has not created in me a sense of oliligationf' ERIK MADSEN 320 O'Rourke Path Cutler Finally then they slay Unified in play Courage though they hurt Kicking in the dirt Oyfcials fill the need For students as they hleed Future holds the lead? 2- -x i I BRUKQE K. I'If'I'RI'fQf.I l.'l XVdlf1'llSITlsI Wl1c'c'lt'r All you could think of was how great it was to have a place of your own to run to every morning after breakfast. And boy, did you run! You loved that place. But it's all right because now there are other places. And yes, you've changed. DANIEL MICHAEL BLUESTONE 17 Oxford Road Goodwin "D was a dole who lived in the wood, with such pretty soft wings, And so gentle and good, d! Dear Little Dore. P was iz pig who was not very hig. But his tail was curly And that made him surly pf Cross Little Pig," -Ed. Lear 1872 PRA SSEDE CA LABI 9 Moreland Avenue Cutler Thanks All, LAURIE BETH MARCUS 19 Truman Road Wheeler "Los" "Lore is the way nature makes peare, I guess I'm the most peaceful ,f7w1i'U71 1121 mirth," Thanx, Alan Never forget: Are you busy? N150 AM in closet. huh NI? New Year'S at LY's. 12:50 phone call, what if it came in, Viv? Fish in the pool, BF's forever, Bishops, True friendships never die. Sinner, one big family. And most of all, thanks to a special person, Alan. KENNETH W. BRAYMAN 19 Chandler Place Wheeler 'IKUV' I leave to the past and NS all the good times, especially 1Oth grade with BK, LL, MS, SP, and the mini mokeg summer of '69 with EC and Plum lslandg Bruce, TC and above all, IO. To 11th grade I leave PH, CB, TD, MG, BP, and leaving school at 10 to ,ao to the Kinfl and in town. As I leave NS 1 look to the future with JO and great times. JOHN B. CAMPBELL JR. 1590 Centre Street Cutler l will never forget NSI-IS '6' 'tis '09 "ii "i, Y After one additional year in NSI-IS there has to be an end some- where. Newton South has one ,mood thinu left: one bottle of penicillin. Famous words: The only thine bad about an education is leaving it. I will never forget ?????? LOUISE MARCUS 255 Dedham Street Cutler To my friends a thank-you some for bc-ine kind to me. "Smothered in the rain she runs hetwten the drops. But the shy is crying hecause there is disorder. and the heat erzs see man is not happy. so she must li,vil.lt:f1 uri," ,Q ,nga-n-nil' -..nm o-14-uv--,sr-cr-r"" 4 I Ja,,,,,.-40' 45 lpn. gif' 1 Fxfu X 2 v. RANDY MANNING 25 Moreland Avenue Goodwin "Raccoon" I was here three years treo and man, there has been some change. I love HAM and the state of Ver- mont, I met some real far out peo- ple who are going to be here for two more years and may they carry uri in stride and for their hope, the the school will legalize smoking. May peace and goodwill come upon this messed up world so we may have peace on earth. DENNIS SULLIVAN 55 Thurston Roafl XY'heeler "Denny" Now listen, Buddy, its a state law you Jul to eo Til Phys Ed. 'NVhat's liappeniri: with your home, TT 64 RB IC and skippinu all my classes .ind nener ec-ttine cauuht. l'll never fiiruet XY".ili XY'.ih and mv mother. 'lliafik xwvti. Puss and IC. for the lauuhs. fc-5.9vg,5, - x. , ..W.,.-... -.- ,, ,f . " W .,-v-:wi-1: 5s'5vwIw4 ,,,..,4.,., ' nc.-v-H--,Q M. Q , 52,4 5: Le. W 6 i 2 5 is I ..,..,.. .,,. , 5 N , i f a 4 1 5 i If J...-. 12 f A I -f as ff fi -' J 3 , , . .2 : -w f 2' - 5 .,.-,. Mfr S e K T.. I. I -tu.. . ' L 'T sl. 1.1 ..... "fi", f- J ' Q - -w,,e.,.,-.ee 4 V 3 , ...t 'Q i f I ll F I . 1 ff' ff' . XX JONATHAN CHARLES NEUHAUS 9 Aberdeen Street krlrutlwlfl I'll never forget: Petesky, Rico, Stu, Gordv, Ginko, Bob, Monk and Scott. Prom the other side: Mr. Coyle, Lillian Scherban, Frau Leisher, Bob Greensteen and Orty for their friendship, guidance and patience. And now, sport fans, it's initial time. SC., BB., IR., RS., ES., Bro, Beau, P.T., N.S., C.C1., NIT., PD., N.H., S.R., etc., etc., etc. LESLEY ANN SAVUYER 92 Louise Road Xldlheeler "The first sign of love is the last sien ofWlsdor1'1." i l'll never foruet: Summer of 'o9. Alllniehters at CH., ten months of memories. Best of luck to Nancy, Pam, Ianis, Sheila and Timmy. I hope you all remember the things l'll never forget. Thank you. Iimmv, for listenine. Brian, please he a believer. MICHAEL E. PANELLA S-I Larchmont Avenue "Panellacan" "Mike" I leave U1 Newton Soutlli Two great teachers, Mrs. McChesney and Mr. Ioseph. I'll never forget: LP and the good times we had, also my times with the Waban Bunch, you guys are crazy! VI-42's forever? Spanish I, 2, 3. TONY TEMPESTA l-49 Oak Street XY' heele r Today the world to me is just a ball of confusion. I feel that we need love and understanding more than ever before. Today we should iust look around, down in ghettos of Harlem. We should stop and think about the sick, the poor, the ones who stiffer with pain. just keep on looking, then you will see what I mean. XW'e better find broth- erhood 'cause soon there'll be no Wforld to live in 'cause we'll all be xltllll. SHELDON F. PEASE 815 Chestnut Street Wheeler "Pe:isee" I'll never forget: Goodwin boy's room, Wabari boys, Panellican, Mata, RG. RO. AM, VT, BS, AW. CK, football against the falls and Tony's Specials. I leave to Newton South ii few juniors, a sophomore, a hot Volkswagen and a small brother andsister. ALICE LYNNE WALSH bi' Carl Street Cutler "True Friendship consists not in the multitude of friends but in their worth and choice." O I C .5 I 40 JAMES ABRAMS ROBERT ALDEN MICHAEL BONICA I5 York Road 21 Cragmore Road I9 Bowdoin Street Wheeler Wfheeler Cutler PETER BRODY ALEXANDER CAMERON LLOYD CASTLEMAN JAMES CHADWICK 229 Woodclifl' Road 41-I Hanson Road 55 Gould Road 10S Oak Street Cutler Wheeler Cutler Wheeler JANE CICCARIELLO STEPHEN COHEN ROBERT CROWLEY ROBERT DEA 75 Osborne Path 103 Dorcar Road 170 Elgin Street -15 Van Roosen Road Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler Cutler STEVE DELUCA PRISCILLA DIXEY TERESA DUNCAN RICHARD ELDRED 27 Daniel Street 25 Stearns Street 5 Auawam Road '95 Chestnut Street Cutler Cutler Cutler Goodwin BOB FINCLE MARC GOLDMAN CHARLES HALL NORINIAN HORNSBX 50 Paul Street 22 Weir Street S7 Rockland Place 104 Louise Road Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler Cutler MARTHA HOWARD EMILY JONES SUZAN JANE KAEHLER BRIAN KAINIINER 7 Norman Road 1224 Walnut Street 52 Puritan Road 150 Oliver Road Cutler Goodwin Wheeler Cutler DENNIS KELLY HOWARD KOSROFIAN LEO LEHR PAUL IVIACRI 16 Kingston Road 1205 Chestnut Street 25 Truman Road 060 Chestnut Street Cutler Wheeler Wheeler Cutler KAREN L. MASON ERIC INIITKUS JOHN MOORE JAMES OKIIN 105 Woodend Road 8 White Oak Road S2 Endicott Street 565 Sawmill Brook Parkwtx Goodwin Cutler Wheeler Goodwin CHARLES POTTEY LOUISE ROSENBERG ALLAN ROSENTHAL RALPH SAXE 50 Roland Street 6-1 Devonshire Road IS Rockland Place 15 Antonellis Circle Cutler Wheeler Goodwin Xlifheeler SUSAN SHARE RHONDA SHORT JEFFREY SACKS CAROLINE SAWYER 102 Harwich Road 479 Boylston Street 96 Adeline Road oo Fisher Avenue Cutler Wheeler Wheeler DUNCAN STEEVES CHRISTOPHER TAWA JAMES WEINREBE BARBARA XVHITE 10 Kingston Road 986 Walnut Street 154 Oliver Road 12 Rutledge Road Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler Goodwin DAVID WHITE PRUDENCE WHITTLESEY III Nehoiden Road Il Irvington Street Wheeler Goodwin , 203 1 l ujx3'XB'k lo jeu J-0 aU flaj? DMU: 300- 33 SEK Akwsis jhlnafni thy, same wal? jam wi. a JCMTn-3 Og Biqulol' D 1 Qarxxt vm? but 5-1,-1, but 'S 1 wav-L Kjou Iii Yxavs an uxif, to Sits.. 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Key Shop 1189 WALNUT STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. 02161 527-8713 BiIl's Sunoco 1186 WALNUT ST. NEWTON HIGHLANDS Franks Barber Shop Specializing in AMBBA method hair sfyling, hair Iinling. E pe Is ha p eces d clean ng c ssa 19 IINCOLN STR ET C Il 5278753 NEWTON HIGHLANDS fiffgiw MWLWW MMWQ1 ,Awww ' fzz,n,4f,+24,c1 0 Q446,4v4e4,a,a,n,4L HANLEY'S JAIL Q3 QQ QS we Fashions for Guys 81 Girls Tasfefully Smart 1382A BEACON STREET, BROOKLINE, MASS. 02146 Tel. 277-3484 De Luca Farm Flowers 992 Dedham ST., Oak Hill Newton Centre O2l59 244-3506 J E w E L E R 5 HENDRICKEN-BROS. NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. sfsr wisi-iss ro THE CLASS or '71 7209 Willey Pharmacy "Serving fhe Communify Since 79l4" 32 LINCOLN STREET NEW HIGHLANDS, MASS. Phone 244-4266 WV? SYxoXQ'vf'0 0Uf'l1r'xwCl Q l i 1 5 l I 'l l r 1 WALNUT ST. GARAGE Highland Texaco Service 527-9675 332-1477 Complete Aufomofive Service and Body Work Used Cars Boughf and Sold Volkswagen Specialist T151 WALNUT STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. 02161 WTR ,1 5 A 5' ll ' x nf ,l,w.'f', 3 li U C. Dis-Iindive Clothes Q! .se T216 BOYLSTON STREET CHESTNUT HILL 67, MASSACHUSETTS Aspinwall 7-T187 Compliments of NATIONAL CAR RADIO WATERTOWN SQUARE The Fourteenth Book of Bokonon is entitled, "What Con ci Thoughtful Mon Hope for Mankind on Earth, Given the Experience ofthe Post Million Years?" The Fourteenth Book consists of one word ond o period. Good Luck, 7205 Nothing. Y' 1 by FOX TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 100 WINCHESTER STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS Tel. WO 9-8550 ,1- OIE Ebeciim nw Dresses - Bridal Shoppe - Formals - Dial 326-5511 - 589 HIGH STREET DEDHAM, MASS. 02026 clenehnla EDITOR IN-CHIEF David Freeman N.EWS EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR Mike Niederrnan Pwl Nisson David Slein ASST. SPORTS EDITOR ASST- NEWS EDITOR ROIMI Levies AssT. FEATURE EDITOR Janice Kaplan Judy Andie,- EDITORIAL EDITOR FINE ARTS EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Jessi Shoher Marry Rschrnond Ilene Gordon ASST.EDITORIAL EDITOR ASSTFINE ARTS EDITORS George Berman Kalhy Falk, Lynnie Greene PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR COPY EDITOR POLL EDITOR Rich Sobol wldrf U Qerly Ellen While EXCHANGE EDITOR ASST COPY EDITOR ADVERTISING EDITOR Judy Slone 7 -f' G'-or T. '-1 Larry Canner TYPIN13 EDITOR CIRCULATION EDITOR CLUB EDITOR Marcia Pearlslein lnrf-9igr1.'.-Ther David Edelsfein ASST.TYPlNG EDITOR GIRL'S SPORTS EDITOR Laurie Calrnos Dale Slim LAYOUT EDITOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS David Schlakrnan JOVI L-QVIVI Everybody is BIO on Arby's. That's because Arby's is BIG on 0 service o delicious roast beef sandwiches Q fine milk shakes and soft drinks COMPLIMENTS OF Waban Sunoco MMMMCIX Newton Tire Centre 14 NEEDHAM ST. NEWTON, MASS. Goodyear - Pirelli - General Tires Brake 81 Front End Work OPEN 8 Io 5:30 DAILY 969-8665 9. ,: gl . A33 I' n n ll 1 Wt: :ROLL 5 :UI 969-8666 used to be? 4203 v"""x K fx K-""'9 N iff' '5 x....,,,,1Q:T. bf ii Complfmenfs of K. WMU Highland Pharmacy 999 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS Phone LA 7-2400 ..,.,....g,i Q INC. 843 BEACON ST. 1 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. 02159 0 527-7400 I Newton Plzza House Buy 4 Pvzzas, Ge? One Free - ti W 0 , , I 27 LTNCOLN STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. Tel 332 5057 urs H am mdm Try Our Speciollies jf, CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1971 NEWTON JUNIOR COLLEGE FULL and PART-TIME PROGRAMS EVENING CLASSES ADULT EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION, JUNE '. WASHINGTON PARK NEWTONVILLE 969-9570 Steve Dale Karyn Paula Jimmy Kathy Paui "Bye Bye Bershie" i Bruce Paul Debbi Lauri Marion Russ Naomi Rita Peter Cheryl Amy Jimmy Wendy David Linda Dear Miss Moretti, We think that you have us and you think thai we haie you. But we ail know diHerent. 7 2 0 4 .... -N 2555.5 F' lil meme EE?5?iWf5,,E iii 'yi Y Qi' .,Mwfx1rw' .rl ' muh v-f t -A 1 ,iii 1 i "5 - . . 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HO 9-0639 - FA 3-9765 ORDERS TO TAKE OUT - BANQUET ROOM open Daily 11:30 A.M. to 2 A.M. - Air Conditioned - there is onl One W3 1, , to better yearbooks T. O Toole St Sons, one of the first printers in the nation to produce yearbooks by offset, bring to you progressive ideas tempered by experience and a reputation for pains-taking workmanship. Personal service to advise you on I Yearbook Production I Themes I Layout I Use of Color I Fitting Copy I Line Drawings I Advertisung I Proof Reading I Photography I Produc- tion I Personal Service At All Times - T.O'TDDLE S SONS. INC. KEELER AVENUE, NORWALK, CONNECTICUT 06856 AREA CODE CONNECTICUT 203 838-4761 '7 C' MCDOI1 ICI' 197 California St Newton, Mass C9 reef NIURRISUNGSCHIFF "The Good Frankfurt" 35 HICHBORN STREET BRFGHTON, MASS. 02135 Phone l617r 254-9200 r 7 ...A ' 'T .1 , ,. ...fb r 1 9 no 'W WE - 's Q ,i I I A ni" n Y 1 ll r ,H--w , ' Hal . f,,,,. 4, W .55 if if S' M. 5 I 4 'V-R ,nfl I1-f .W P r a 1 1, i ,. Street 02192 ' 5 QS. A . B x gf I I! I I L . I .V Y V K I , 5 L s E I E' 1 ' N ' K 1 F I 5 1 l A i w IL The future on "tomorrow" every day. Its. For example, Radaranget size ofa two-pound atonce. tivities extend from space Congratulations to the class of 1971. Raytheon Company, f fy ' Microwave and Power Tube Division, .4 ' Emplo ment Office ffii i Y 1 wQZ:1,,.' 190 Willow Street, Waltham .'-i'f2?fi?S ,:, ,, .gklt E' 45" 'fl '11 , if. " f CHARLES P. BLOUIN INC HEATING AND VENTILATING CONTRACTORS BURLINGTON, MASS. .xdcaclemg jwin Gnema l 4 T 792 Macon .Simi Wewfon, Wan. 02159 332-2524 l Motor Tzmeupf - Brake: - Ignitiom - Generator! Road Service - Towing Z Route 9 GETTY 1 964 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS Il 527-sozo QV 3' cv A fluff I" I M, X l ,Ng FX 2391 5 7 Wt' ll? NYM V ' I sk' -if EQ, .Jag vg,a,mf'f fx Sir E IBAQQ t tt, f aw ,S ff OUR I-IEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '71 Whatever your chosen career, you'll find that life really begins in earnest after graduation. Develop the habit of regular saving now and you'll be able to meet the future on solid financial footing. Sst gvton 0 l3l4 Washington Street, West Newton 0 I9 Pelham Island Road, Wayland r C l A I "SAFETY for SAVINGS" - 6- - - -4 F A In 1' f 1 , , , ' Dfw lv Vlfllljtrtilwtlwi lvtatlvrmt, var' wrtlmfl, all M' lr'twgL'ntfCrlx.ft NMC tfjvft Qtfnl fmtv larvtftvmrg lk gefatbvolt TOtt,fvjQrE time will be rw Q23 Lillyi ltvrritrwfrl MC. ten Arrears T P P 'Vx I V Q L . 1 E if EAL Colrlt lx T ll fl 1- L A 5 I U T lc l. N 5 ll li M R ,, L lf Q E i D C p, f lf -T V R 'L fxl Fl I ff ot MEil2QQll215ERj 1, C .L f R ny Pt A V 1 C T T - , . L 1 - , Li 1 A ti fgrl L o E 5 sl R e ' C l- Kill lv fl ' M 5.3 T I0 L Q, CE. Ill S A lg Q f - X AN N-X ll H, Yl N C' I .G it lr ,Nl T 1 f fi A L iw 'g ? K l- l it A tw A L. lb 'f -l 1 ic' L E 5 Li F S an :sito ll' it 'jlxt,:tt,ti..'j lwinneiiiim nx90Nl'Ji'5 249 .iw Here, let me show you Mrs. Savides. 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