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

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E H 2 75W "57'5fI54 NwYA 1473 cl QQ., U ' If Z Lus 1975f X , N . NSSITON SOMJTH I-HGH scngoy, ff TON CENTRE, Mnssacvxusevm L K .XR X , x V X ' N - K ' , if f mg 'X ' X , 5? 2. X 5, 51 X X XR J-4 R A X N x y I ,Elph Q ,I X, 62521 3 J w Y . 71 8 D X91 5 , . Ry Q , X, " "T: Y f 'Tb L A fi? 41A ix kxr f . A if Xx x xxx If 6 X Muff f xi. 37 , xx '. ,xl In f X K , X7 N uff' xxx X . ' X-C. X X X f 'll N J E X x MJ X N ft I J Q , 'V PZ nf CQ! Q k X E ' J! vxf L 2 N Qj 1 . , , V ff W fa! H 4' K I' 44' f 5 9A 1 XI!! xx X XXX ,. ff X rg 1 , l N, 3 f f f 'u'0fQ:.'ff wwf 4 x E ' 'xx K J' Y I f L!-jt! L f ff ., Y Nxaff kr X. 1 X s -, gf ia Q X Mm Q ,. ,,,1 M E in f if J .4 Mrs. Elsie Gilroy Secretary to the Principal f' va r. William D. Geer Jr. Principal .--P' l Mrs. Anna Maguire Administration Secretary 2 ...- ....-- 5.1 ..-1 ll ll l l Pr-x Mr. Robert G. Franke Assistant Principal 1' Mrs, Doris Carter PrincipaI's Office Secretary ADMINISTRATION af' I 5- V Mrs. Gilda C. Kimball Bursar Mrs. Phyllis Monderer Open Campus J' . .0 -5 xvsvfxls. lf Ax I ii MAIN OFFICE: Mary Lawless, Rae Mendelsohn, Elizabeth Santucci, Barbara Foley, Michelina Dibartolomeo. 3 f ,- 'Q' ,- 1 GUIDANCE Mr, Paul N. McCarthy Miss Ronna Flaschner Mr. Richard B. Dermody E ' F . s 'Q H s 2 I 'v z,. Mrs. Joan I, Coor .R-3 ii L N 1 xii A X nl -J H ' - K 0 1 . is Q Q s .pr M A if Q " ' 11' K .4 I E ...Q W fag' u ,if , , If It A f 1 Q 3k ' l ff DV- Mafgafet E- Addis Mrs. Carolyn S. Sessler Department Head Mr. Charles G. Coyle P, - .4 i ,L Mr. Earl H. Pearlman s-f '36 I x N Miss Betty Jane Grossman Mr. Frank Lambert 5 ENGLISH V IJQX Mrs. Tiajuana F. Mosby Miss Ann V. Sanguinetti Department Head 'n PM Vo 0 fb ii? 19 rv' "Ulm-,bl l ' -' I 9 w,:A'-f'7r..i9 I '-.' ' DJ! L V. 5,-.-A nc ' P , J? -.'f..1 ers Miss Frances M. Smith Miss Martha Eldredge Dr. Dorothy Freimark Mr. Ophair Caras 6 f . I . Mr. Frederick J, Olson S4 Mr. Ronald A. Adams I Mr Jonathan Slater f ,I ,1 J ,, u 66 5. , . Q , . 1.0 1 . 4 . Miss Mary W, Dominick ,, . .I imma., . .- xiii' Miss Ellen R. Katz Mr. Richard T. Geist wmv -ww Mrs. Judith A. Malone Miss Jane M. Schneider 7 Q,,.F5 ,. A , I -5. Mrs. Dorothy G. Hansberry X . Q K Mrs. Veronica C. Shine Mr. David Youngblood Mr. Robert W. Goggin Mr. Robert V. Carey Miss Barbara Epstein lain' jx' N ' X Miss Marie P. Brassard Mrs. Jean Young Bookroom Mrs, Marcia Ratner 8 MY. James Mr- Robert Andrews Q' Mr. George Roberts Mr. Seaver Leslie 9 1 i 1- .miami T Fil ii- .il-I ,351 Mr. Warren B. Manhard, ll Department Head MATH Mrs. Joanne Mitchell Miss Eliz Dohanian -'S Mr, Valmond H. Cyr, Jr. id Miss Rosalie A. Moretti 10 Mrs. Margaret M. Fiavenscroft . ' If . I , ' I L P Y ,515 . ' az! "' f ,,,1s-N I . ,iv Mr. A. Lincoln Heck .4 U4 'lu r. .1 ,J 4 .I .3 , u AVN 1 .SQL I Mr. Nathaniel S. Merrill Y ff 1 Mr. Richard E. Jameson 1.1 'xx 'YN L1 Mrs. Lenore Silberzweig v V ? K. in-r xxx Miss Margaret C. Frantz Mrs. Esme Green O ig- 'Llfiff-:'1 '? fi Biff? Mr. Benjamin N. Levy 1 g ML Mrs. Eileen A. Mandel! - B m fi- ZR :H 1 Y 1 . Q. 9 - 1? I - r' ' Mr. Aredis V. Koyoyian Mr. Peter G. Richter Department Head I 1 ' 2 i aid' X i Mrs. Pietrina Burgio Science Secretary i 4 Miss Moria J. Sullivan x K X. . MY. Vinson W. Bronson, JT. Ms. Julia H. C0hel'1 12 S5 ESS' , ak Mr. James E. McLaren QQ, 1' Miss Joyce H. Leary Mr. Sol Verdun 'T -qv' f ,-41 1...-.. Mr. Lloyd A. Gottlieb Mr. John W. Brough 13 Miss Carol Bershad . Robert R. Geddes SOCIAL STUDIES rl' 'r 1 ' f f Z 2? Z ave H 1 gi , -Q- .41 Mrs. Muriel Visco Mr. Charles W, Altree Department Head vi ,.,u" Mr. Mark T. Young rv Mr. Donald W. Sutherland Mr. Robert H. Stegeman, Jr. Mrs. Sallie A. Katz 1'-'H Mr. Marshall A, cohen .r R ff! 'ssjig . A -. ..,, .., ,J -4 fb -Pia' Mrs. Winifred B. Rothenberg ,i Dr. Phillip E. Burnham, Jr. 15 Mr. Edgar F. Speer B . xl I Mr. Ernest B. Lorett Mr. John P. Sherman Mr. Charles Henderson 'Z ? . F . fl r Li. , n '- n ' - z ' I... 5 r . B i Mr. Donald Shaw Mrs. Joan Coor SOCIAL STUDIES Al 10 Mrs. Shirley G. Yerkes 16 Mrs. Amalie Hecht Mr. Henry Lambert, Jr. I - TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL 5 is Mr. Joseph Connolly V I Mr. John Chiassen 'i . Lx Mr. Lester Gediman N HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Diana Barron, Mrs, Alice Shaw, Mrs. Paula Mealy 17 1-.f ffi' if --11: Miss Mary C. McLane Mr. Ten Broeck Cornell i. 1' , , . , V V ' fail 4 R W I V W - N4 I NNN! M .A 1 N N . rf. W A, Xxx X' " 'Xa ,' 1 A 1 :N W X A ,' L 1 wk -Xu xx X X NT-' ' M' Pye. b f 'YIM ,4 al M I 5 --F Mr. Elliot L. Glickler -.,,,5 Mr. Rocco R. Petrillo Department Head 1 Mrs. Teresa C. Hanley f fi Mrs. Janis M. Hennessey Mr. Ffaf1CiS J. FUVGYS 18 ,. QQ. '11 li 431'- if N 5 13 X- . Mrs. Louise M. Taylor Mrs. Betty B. Earle s. f ., '-eb 1 A 1 1 .. X. , il " . Miss Maura O. Overlan 421- Miss Margaret FLM. Benezra Mrs. Lisbeth L. Bernstein 1g1s'4i,... Mrs. Jessie A. McChesney ff" Mrs. Olga G. Robinson Mrs. Johanna K. Leisher Mr, Edwin A. Little 19 1--v 4 Mr. Ernest E. Chamberlain Mr. James P. Maxey BUSINESS fx ,,,,,,. .J. ii MUSIC 1.-f" -,Z Mr. David M. Levenson Miss Beverly Basile Miss Irene Roman IS1 . 'FH is I '- ,V : if Ii 20 nnsr uo Mr, Francis Alleva --N X ,, Q Q--- gs -Q. -. 5 5- L, Mrs. Mona Shapiro sf P- li 'Fi' 1, LIBRARY ww.. Lx Mrs. Tom Melso Mrs. Madeline Hall Mrs. Beatrice Kamen DRIVER EDUCATIGN 21 M No a Swelng f ! - Flirt' 'i ff ,...,, Miss Judith C. Blanchard 1- in' if ,.t- . Miss Barbara Gilmore Department Head D I 'Q iQ l l Miss Ann S. Wright Mr. Warren W. Bechtold 22 Mr. George Winkler Department Head ......-, +4 -if "' A - il Mr. Thomas M. Steeves EDUCATION Mrs. Elinor Nee School Nurse 4, , fi ' x Miss Lenor Hersey Mr. Joseph Falacare 23 1 fTf'f'579 ',ll Q1 1 fi, . i Q.. '1 I in , ,x.., -LQ' fu. 173, is 'E . ,l k Ti t my 25 pf J' Ulf ii ,X fs 5 , if-3 in 5 . Q :flak Mr. Harold M. Hawkes Housemaster 26 ,Tw- lu is. D 5 C F 'ges- Asn .I Q C I I I I 'Q - Mr. Andreas Lehner Q Administrative Intern ll: il: Cl' X- 'T'- WANYID 1 U o Qowceawen sw Dem-5 gg 'B cadnvdr GTMPAKWQ Danube- 95 lborpa-uma flldd, Myqgqncz af hoaeravn fbrflfld. ANU UWA- - -ng oasvsovs ww- AD PYRTNNS V0 WTERESTED W9 C Ivmolb. ART' Ttsvgm SH itll' . moms k uw -I-Wnmaiu mmm- un- 0"""' ,M vovelofwwfm fa' I fi: Mrs. G'-3dYS BiSh0D Mrs. Alice Barbour SGCVGTHVY Secretary to Mr. Hawkes ! 2 E x i Ig! g Y f U '1 In , i T 1 r ., A Y gi -..ff if ,g?,T,...,-..-2 "1K'- . f gy A P 32554, Q ' 3 5 f ' 5 g I z - If f :Q-:!5"L'-,I ' V1 .' 'rr--A .6 A ' A -4 'T H :gf-'I' rf 1 Al.-5 , - 5 4 W- v- ' N-'f"'7'-H "yan-""' f A " . ,..-"'i,'f 53' ,I 4 LQ' H -1 -2- 'fulff Y, .,-- -,n-,il .lv In 1:1 -, ,, M-1.g -5, --'---' 4.55 2 F.. E 1 'I 5 I:-LY: lex- .V-JM ' Q 12- """' ffSQ -f .O '-al had-!.'u'A14 Fg'R1n' Avilmiiif-. 1 Iwi 1.11, 5 ,' 'I "'- , 43" ..f,,.h:5U'15 v.l:.-bv!! I. - '1 P' " I 1 fy'TA-,??aEraV ' A -3 P-: A -.A HA ',' -- i T N- "fb-fa," e , "9 , 'z hc! A - 27 4105 SCJPHOIVIOFRES Env A-A uf 'ff' Nui? 4 4107 4202 4108 .225 TL! 4 29 4210 ,. , ,, 4204 1--xii.. 4203 Hiaf- 'N 1..Jl. p x433"A1 E I 4209 JUNIOFRS 5102 1, f ..,- -11--.1"!7" Q , sta ' X . l . Jwv N2 r , 5107 ,Y ,z,1,, ' A, Aw It ' ,V S", ,gif qi . K ii 4211 1? 0 , ,..4- . 1 -- -Q Av LH 'lf 'Vf r, 31 69615 Mr. Joseph P. Nathanson Housemaster Mrs. Margaret M. Garafalo Secretary to Mr. Nathanson IXN v 'I' in 1 . f nk..-- Mrs. Claire J. Tedeschi Secretary r I ' I 4 ! I I U Q I I -...Q V 1, B- , 401' FS5 - - N ' Ev-iw.-1.1-,, ' 'TF' - 4'-gi,,, ' - ' i-' ,",W, 'Q - VT 3:-2 l2f'w' if III: r ln- 1' I1 lf ll I L-, I- , x 33 , . , u F4 1 f ,V -, ' I ,fv-+731 2 2 f A 3215 7202 Ji' p C Agfa 554 6 if L ,A SOPHOMQRES 35 7209 7207 7204 7106 JUNIGFZS z4, .Y 36 7205 539' qv Qf' 721 O 7208 Mr. Robert S. Wicks House-master QEQE Mrs. Mal Lofchie Secretary to Mr, Wicks Mrs Olga T, Marazzi Secrerary 38 'Vs if Ile ssed an thequln rllarouudm mrrksfcrtluf Shallbelmm asuh..'!s GGG l V ' WH: if 01-:PA .. S , , 6108 6207 ., N, L f:iefgaL 1 1 . P, ,. X ' 7". '-TTY SOPHOIVIGFZES 6211 M If -V ni: , A it 'ff?5- , f V i" G+ 1 JUNIOFRS mg ., f 6111 Lf.-4 6203 42 6206 A 33 6210 W' 6208 mx ,. 12 1 .fu X- -.,, is iw S ll I 'sf 1 , xv 1 7I03 i B! I Inu N 1- Htlvi '11 can S-ii-L., pe... I Q IT! 3 ""f' iawmuad lun I nam Hunan: lr 1 BH' I pi -smpvluul-aa,-r., Q, l LJ-2UiV'1"7l " :- ,in url"- iii 111111 lu f ll , -1. 1 . 'T n "' --- ,NV I s 4 4 i A 'xx i Y, -4 1"r'5 , f 1 S 51... L Q- -- 47"- J su M' I SPANISH CLUB p.,v1 '1- J 4 XJ xiii First Row: Randi Kaplan1 Mark Forte: Billy Hernandezi Laurie Silver, Karen Noymerg Dan Weiner, Second Row: Lois Daning Linda Kaufmang Jodi Kaufman, David Churneyg Mary Strauss: Seott Barron: Cindy West: Bari Jacobs: Judy Sherman: Robin Levine. Third Row: Joy Simong Amy Gainsborog Andree Hernandez: Cindy Cougesg Karen Kirschtel: Helen Mandellz Debbie Pilllvani Tom O'MalIey. GERMAN CLUB x -8? as First Row: Shirley Reidg Martha Tallisg Richard Stanbergg Mark Forteg David Dayg Noboru Konnoi Jon Hookee. Ellis Gaborviteh. Frau Leisher, Bob Lein 46 FRENCH CLUB 1 nu First Flow: Amy Ellen Kaufman: Lisa Alkong Robin Levine: Judy Shermang Ellen Pearlsteini Second Row' Joanne Portnoyg Susan Arong Debbie Mikelsg Judi Friedmang Bonnie Segalg Robin Bergerg Emily Bakerman. Third Row: Ellyn Faberg Hillery Apelbaumg Judy Meling Nancy Levinz Ellen Stein: Larry Shulkinz Jill Sandlerg Carol Shapiro: Andrea Brown: Linda Kadetsky: Candy Shapiro: Cheryl Tankelg Susan Ungarz Susan Weinerg Harriet Warshauerx Cheryl Levitt: Amy Kahng Robin Waldstein. RUSSIAN CLUB i ,pf Claudia Balcanoffg Jim Goodmang Martin Grubnerg Andy Gorfinkleg Ittai Kan: Tom Florekg Mrs, Bernstein, 47 INTERNATIONAL CLUB fl 2, ,La rdxx H First Row: Linda Willisg Robert Merrillg David Dayg Noboru Konno. Second Row: Margie Madfisg Karen Clemmonsg Helen Mandellg Elise Changg Sue Jacobsong Billy Hernandezg Hillary Applebaumg Yoriko Kishimotog Daniella Faibesg Judy Decker. MATH TEAM Si..- K , 1 ' L: -+'7f'nifv,' Jason Arbeiiefx Mr. Jamesong Amy Ellen Kaufmang Harvey Kaufmang Charles Horioka: Mr. 48 f x Levy: Judy Melin CHESS CLUB TABLE TENNIS CLUB L A 5, 'Qi r Z? - I l4,, 7 " ES!! - l First Row: Mark Feinstein, David Jacobs, Rhonda Smolar. Second Row: Aron Rickard, Sverker Littoring Richard Backer, Corey Cutler, Danny Merian, Joanne Portnoy. First Row: Jason Arbeiter, Corey Cutler. Second Row: David Robinson, Jim Goodman, Doug Fisher, Evan Cohen, John Hooker, Herb Birnbaum, David Corwin, Andy Cohen, Mike Kan, Danny Merian, Jon Kapsten, Emily Shapiro, Martha Yarosh. Missing: Ittai Kan, Paul Yen, Robert Kwasnick, Steve Yen, Chung Wong. 49 SKI CLUB r' Wt S-v ag i 1 Q - ,f 1 if 91: First Rows' Carol Maltzp Chuck Duppog Jon Fallong Joanne Portnoyg Margie Madfis, Second Row: Debbie Monossong Donna Fish: Karen Anderson: Barry Horwitz: Bob Leing Eliis Gabovutch. Neil Schillg David Nkckersong Dave Weismang Donald Bissex: Carol Bershad. 50 DQLC Lf, 4 4 N. iff' ! xwg jf a W " 91 ,K J s ,wg awJgmN5 734.-1" fy 'if SCIENCE I, FICTION CLUB Q n' FSR V . , . 4 , I 'il' W! -' I1 ' 'I . P. Pi? SQ 0 5!?f5L"' f -i". , '- . Y I I , i w 06,00 I-I . : 5 ll f: ' ,, First Row: Joel Flubing Lois Bloom. Second Flow: Mr. MCLareng Joanne Foulkrodg Deborah Cohen: Jon Capstein. DEBATING CLUB 'Qt' i vi ?' First Rowf Kenny Rosensteing Aron Pickardg Amy Ellen Kaufman: Corey Cutler: Jill Goldstong Herb Birnbaum, Second Flow: Robert Baker: Sverker Littorinl Harvey Kaufman, 51 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA " .Z X A .84 4 , u Seth Averbacn, Alan Poudufaly, Jlm Goodman, Margaret Carter. Mrs. Lelsher, lf aila U '- aff Ms. Lewis, Teresa Weaver. Bob Sloane, Charles Bond. Morlssa Wllllams, Hllary Monanon, Mlsslng Martha Kaplan. Mary O'Byrne, Sandy Cutler, Lori Auroff, Bill Karol. Donita Hood. Lisa BGVKOWIIZ. Karen Klrscntel 52 REFLECTIONS ' !!!:L!E5 Jon Schiffg Sandi Copmang Andrea Browng Mary Clarkg Amy Ellen Kaufmang Lon Zoroffg Anne Turnerg Harvey Kaufman. AQUATICS UNLIMITED k W .4?'v A E 'XT- . .31 Donald Bissexg Neil Schillg David Nickersong Dave Weismang Carol Bershad. 53 N.S. UNICN OFFICERS Charles Horioka, Union Treasurer Neil Schlll, Union President David Weisman, Union Vice President Elise Toflas, Union Secretary SOPHCIVIOFRE CLASS COMMITTEE .-gy -2 X5 First Row: Judy Smollerg Doni Johnstoneg Slobhen McNallyg Robin Castlemang David Liberman. Second Rowe Cindy Cougesg Karen Coxg Robin Tuckerg Gigi Volpeg Class advisors: Ed Millerg Scott Wayne. Third Row: Andre Hernandezg Peter Okung Joanne Halmes, Fourth Row: Mr, Levyg Joanne Conlong Donna Volpeg Class advisors: Ed Mlllerg Scott Groper. Fifth Row: Mark Shusterg Jim Young. 54 JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE First Row: Elise Tofias. Second Row: Rob Shahon, Mike Shockett. Jon Sandman Mr Jameson SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE l lt: if vnu Y f JI r Jill Goldstoni Head of Prom Committee, Linda Kaufmang Secretary. Marc Yanofskyg President Charles Horioka: Vice Presidentg missing David Goldberg. Treasurer. REPRESENTATIVES TO THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE Andrea Brown, Nanci Glass. 55 5 4 EXPLGRERS CLUB Il - 1 - . ". I . Y , . nl. Y , er , Joel Bresler, Arnout Fontein, Debbie Cohen, Aaron Picaro, Bruce Deducca, Peter G. Richter Faculty Advisor, Cheryl Richter. Gordon Berkowitz. Lloyd Taylor, Bob Lein, Linda Deloffi. Annette Lafferriere, Stacy Tighe, Kim Dietie, Chris Capeless. Sandi Copman, Stuart Freudberg, Karen Engelbourg, Doug Weisman Student Director, Bruce Cherner, Helen Fuchs, Sue Rosengarten, Lynn Williams, Julie Sudikoff, Diana Kirshen, Mont Scott, Russ Kintner, Becky Scott. Billy Fuchs, Ellis Gabovitch, Chris Hammet, Scott Saroff Student Director. Missing South Members: Charles Horioka, Susan Rosengarten. Chet Burger, Bob Morse, Liz Kent, Alan Barnett, Barry Levenson, Mike Young. Pam Taub, Ronnie Green, Phil Kramer, Neil Aronson. N.E.W. 1 O :Mill First Row Jamie Dwork, Barbara Whitney, Amy Feldman, Sandi Coprnan Lisa Shubin. Holly Casper, Karen Anderson, Janice Bronstein Jay Sarret, Ann Narva, David Cohen, Judy Lipson. Peter Davidow1 Debbie Monosson SecondSRow Debbie Coheng Ed Adelman, Neysa Dillon Jessica Brown, Julie Criscitlllol Elise Baseman, Heide Fogel, Jennifer Snodgrass, Bobby Glazer. Andrea Hasssl. Seth Mlnkoff Nancy Latner Elizabeth Colt, Bob Sloan, Harte Weiner, Rochelle Acker Ann Turner, Linda Willis Mary O'Bryne, Martha Eldredge. faculty adviser Robert Kwasnick, Chet Birger. Larry Nogee, David Day, Harvey Kaufman Andy Garfinlke, Harriet Madoft, Beth Schultz, David Jacobs Third Row Joel Rubin 56 ENFZICHIVIENT PRGGFKAIVI COORDINATOFTS zNlON. Xie 3-at "XX Zhu . Sandi Copmang Adam Birnbaumg Debbie Bluestone, Mrs. Phyllis Monderer. STUDENT FACULTY FORUM I i First Row: Landi deGregoris, Nancy Levin, Carol Bershad, Teacher. Debbie Bluestone. Second Row: Harte Weiner, Joan Asquith, Tara Becker, Dan Perlman, Mr. Heck, teacher. Third Row: Mark Young: Teacher. 57 Carol Green Data Editor i J I I 4 N7 Q , DO Douglas Weisman Michael Fein Bill Swiggart Assistant Photography Editor Photography Editor Literary Editor Jimmy Goodman Assistant Editor-in-Chief Shelley E. Young Editor-in-Chief 331 if 122: Larry Nogee Heidi Ratner David Goldberg Advertising Editor Publicity Editor BUSVVGSS M8f78Q9f 58 53W :J f A g, -1 ii if Q ff af gf O Dianne Weist Alan Grupp Miss Barbara Epstein Giri's Sports Editor Feature Editor Literary Advisor 'WEEE 117' ' , 'Y' ' ""..44 , ' ws- Q 'i fs -35- fx, f 'I' ' ,, w - ' -,, Y-fl: ff' 'lf' :ff ,gxfr-Q' J f n r Aft :2 'fly , .9 vb' ,f gi' ' Aff" My .:155fu" V ' 1, likffgii W W - 1 - X ' iff 2: l .,7- .A ,fn , pt th . 1 A 5 -1 er .5951 5' S Mr. Donald Shaw Regulus Advisor 1' Marjorie Madfis Layout Editor ,. .-' pau , -- --etffii'-. fry. I be 1-V. flak. Rf. 'yL.- X.:l.'-fx-A., .N ft 9 Y H. A S' Debbie Mikeis Copy Editor Robert Baker Emily Kirshen Joan ASQUWN Boy's Sports Editor Circulation Editor Art Editor 59 '-XJ -wr N LVN! Q' I l Eel-'G BOYS SPORTS STAFF Robert Baker, editorg Ira Weinmang David Hameng Jim Goodman. Missing: David Robinson. ,A rt -2 GIRL 'S SPORTS STAFF Joanne Conling Diane Wiest, editor. C' DA TA STAFF LITERARY STAFF Bill Swiggart, editorg Joel Rubin, no Wi First Row: Jackie Danielsg Elise Basemang Merry Phillips: Jane Harwood, Second Row: Ellen Stein: Louise Backerg Liz Youngg Michele Heardg Carol Green, editor so C25 ADVERTISING STAFF Barry Kaplan: Michael Cutler1 Larry Nogee, editorf Ira Wein- man: Mary Strauss. 1 BUSINESS STAFF COPY STAFF Jim Goodman, Dave Goldberg. Missing: Scott Barren, Tom Debbie Mikels. editor,'Jane Taricano: Bonnie Segalg Linda Kadetsky O'MalIey, Mary Strauss. 59 3' 2 lie- 'P LAYOUT STAFF Amy Alter: Janice Bronsteing Margie Madfis, editorg Holly Casper, Shelley Young if if 6-6 Ji PUBLICITY STAFF Heidi Ratner. Marcia Steiger, Pat Myerson. ART STAFF David Julian: Jane Vengrow: Joan As- quith, editorj Heidi Ratner. l PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF CIRCULATION STAFF David Jacobs, Barry Levenson, Mike Young, Doug Weisman, Assistant Photography Editor. Jil' G0'dSf0l'l1 JUUY Shefmafll Sue Ungar: Rhonda Schuster: Lisa Al- kong Emily Kirshen, editorg Robin Levineg Karen Kirschtel, ssued 17 t mes a yea bv the students of NEWTON SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL to oubl sh the news a student oo on and so e as a eco d 140 Brandeis Road Newton Lentr Mass 02159 Edttor ln Chlef Ewan Cohen Asst Editor ln Chief 'Vlmdy Sehlakman News Editor C harles Horxoka Asst News Editor Lynne lxadlsh Clubs Edltor Anne Modest Features Editor Andy Freldmg Sports Edrtors Adam NISSOD Peter 'vlrller Photographv Editor Douglas Wersman Asst Edntorual Edrtors Harvey Kaufman Henry Rom lu Fme Arts Edrtor l-d Hornsby Asst Fme Arts Fdntor Beth Pothenherg Exchange Edrtor lltrhlt Bxrnhaum Productlon Manager John Pershe Copy Edrtor lxaren Nlrtthell Busrness Manager Nlnthael C urdon Ad Managers l ont wldlwerg Ronda Flashen Typing Edltor Rohm kkaldsttun Faculty Adnsor Xlr Ron 'ttiarns i s r I l ur mn I rv r r y '- s ' ' A Editorial Editor, Marc Yanofsky' t . 4-T, 'l - . ' ll , . e, , ' It Q K f 'Z r E i S gl I Mr. Ron Adams. Advisor. J v Evan Cohen. Editor-In-Chfef, 5,47 .7 Mundy Scnlackman, Assistant Editor-fn-Chref Robnn Waldsteun, John Persne. Mrcnael Gordon, Anne Modest, 62 E: 3 I . LKLLLLLLL ,Q N 'gf s 4, 9 X Si LL-4 Lynne Kadish, Karen Mitchell, Ronda Flashen, Lori Goldberg, Adam Nisson. lPEIl'l . I 2 Peter Miller, Doug Weisman, Andy Fielding, Charles Horioka. ' 1 Ed Hornsby, Beth Rothenburg, Marc Yanofsky, Henri Royziki, Herb Birnbaum. Missing: Harvey Kaufman. 63 PRODUCTICJN MANAGERS T Rhonda Flasheng Liz Colt: Julie Scovell. STAGE CREW ! 1 O 1 First Row: Jon Oshimag Linda Glazerg Toki Oshima: David Nickersong Carolyn Spungin: Neal Drobniss, Second Row: Joanne Meirovitzg Leslie D'Ercole: David Weismanz Neal Schill, Third Rows' Alan Berkowitz: Lois Bloomg Randy Wayneg Randy Hahn: Jeff Davidson, David D'ErcoIe1 Betsy Veaner: Nancy Coheng Mark Spiegalg Mark Kitsisg Nei! Hushevg Donald Bissex, 64 BAND I , 1 K' x 14 f . ' ,l 32 ,- ' ' -ro , A .- X ' - Ill 'w.lL.J,, N - xr ' V ' ' - r- 'gl' nl First Row: Amy Ellen Kaufmang Beth Falkg Steve Yeng Sue Arong Gemma Flobinsong Emily Karp: Gail Grodbergg Harriet Madoff. Second Row: Tara Beckerg Elissa Browng Jon Sardmang Heidi Flatnerg Greg Lillienfieldg Helen Mondellg Audrey Kearnisg Debbie Bluestoneg Sue Miller, Third Row: Harvey Kaufmeng Jon Grossmeng Hal Bennettg Barry Levensong Cheryl Tankelg Dick Flomanowg Karen Baseman. Fourth Row: Mr. James Maxeyg Danny Schiffg Roger Gordong Eric Ziskendg Jon Zondermang Mike Malesong Dean Shafer. VOCAL ENSEIVIBLE '-2.3! 0' 3"-3312 "4 . N 9 '1- fey ' 9 ll V ku -.. rm Q-it ,ae 5 First Flow: Dorene Krieksg Landi DeGregoris3 Karen Mitchellg Lynn Williamsg Beth Rothenbergg Karen Vasilg Jorinda Margolisg Nadine Gan, Second Flow: Mr. Amer: Frank Walker: Larry Bendersg Dan Perlmang Gary Kaplang Jon Schiffg Rick McClellang Dave Alpert. ,65 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION First Row, Liz Youngg Elise Tofiasg Lauren Tofiasg Donna Volpeg Louise Backerg Diane Wiest. Second Row: Ann Masong Carol Sturnickg Gale Shahong Rhonda Smolarg Laura Spinks. Third Row: Beth Steffensg Ellen Stein, Barb Shumsker. Carol Kress. Merry Phillips. Renee Parker, Jayne Rogers. VARSITY CLUB O ,Q ' 1. Larry Ryan, Marc Sturnick, Hal Bennett. John Staulo. Michael Shackett, Mark Fogel. Robbie Shahon. Haskell Kingston, Greg Moan, Jon Sandman. Barry Kaplan. I 66 1 CHEERLEADERS First Row: Karen Kaufman, Ronnie Kress, Judy Zackman, Ruth Salkovitz, Marcy Baraban. Second Row Lauren Tofias, Emily Kirshen, Nancy Dunne, Carla Nastri, Michele Heard, Jayne Rogers. 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Wg' "On"'! , fl NX f? --f92i,"i.:J Y D v in 801 vi IV' .,.-1 .Jn PY' UU I, fr aff 5 ' ff'f'f X' f J 1 f j! -'fy f! 1 v A4 J f rf 1 ,X ' A -I If A J X ' J f ! f f v i rf ,ffl 1 . ff A 'fff J fffV Q 1 ,. fff' '9.- ff1f'ff-f 'flfffk f f ' , ' ffff - . ,721 if 1- 'K . - , flfvrffffff' 1 L " " ' K' JL "4 ' ' ' , ff f ', -3 v,,,, - f ,f lx, f b .X !! If yf 7, - OX' xx J' f ,157 ' N94 ,-Qi , fv- 37 - ., ..f L'?"'Lf ""' " "- . , -' '.g.-yu-4 -Af-M'-"""". -- '- ' suv..-,,,,.,.V .A 7 ...- l 09' ' , K. 5. al U 0 Ib- 1 . W u' fvvw -ww f-1 Q-,fl ' .naar Q., Y .1 'dun Q 4 FCCTBALL 1 ' ,Jn "' " -I' . FOOTBALL TEAM First Row: Alan Gruppg Jeffrey Grossmang Steven Bucuvalasg Wayne Vespa: John Staulog Ned Moang Andy Moynahang Jim Ca- rusog Mike McDonaIdg Paul Pattisong Paul Kelley. Second Row: Coach Venutog Coach Frankg Tom Sullivang Haskell Kingstong Paul Murphyg Hal Bennettg Dennis Anastasiag Tony Lombardog David Shieidsg Waiter Fatenig Robert Tagiientti. Third Row: Coach Winklerg Mr. Youngp Joey Doniong Aron Moynahang George Brockmang Rocket Bamleg Neil Chytneg Tom Cartierg Tom Tercyakg Coach Koioyian. Fourth Row: Manager Grouperg Mr. Steeves, Ricky Tarantog Peter Nathansong Kevin Hobing Jeff Larsong Scott Grouperg Greg Moang Peter Maplesg Mac O'ConneiI. S SUE' ,O ' A 84 This year was a rebuilding one for the Lions. They were led by some tal- ented and promising sophomores and a few cagey veterans. The season be- gan with a respectable 27-14 loss to Bedford, despite the excellence of run- ning-back Ned Moan. South bounced back from that loss to beat Lincoln- Sudbury 21-14. After their short-lived victory, Newton South lost four games in a row. Flindge and mighty Weston squeaked by the Lions in close con- tests. The Lions then fell prey to Weston, to whom they lost 30-0, and con- tinued on to lose to Stoughton 42-10. With a record of one win and five loss- es, Newton South's moment of glory came when they upset powerful Lyn- nfield 20-12. The momentum they gained in the Lynnfield game resulted in another victory over Westwood. South lost their Thanksgiving Day game to Acton 26-22 in a hard fought battle. The season ended with a three win and six loss record, but the story of this football team is not contained entirely within the win-loss columns. Captain Ned Moan, John Staulo, and Andy Moynahan were a great in- spiration to the team. Kenn Hoban, Peter Maples, Peter Nathanson, Rich Ta- ranto, and Paul Tormey all broke into the starting varsity line-ups as soph- omores Arthur Murphy, Tom Sullivan, Walter Fatini, Tony Lombardo, and Harrold Bennett all suffered through a year of obscurity on the Junior Var- sity squad in 1971, but they came into prominence as Varsity starters in 1972. Paul Kelly gave the Lion's offense an added dimension with his ex- cellent kicking ability. Brian Corcoran and Mike McDonald had fine seasons despite injuries. Jeff Grossman must be commended for his hustle. Paul Pat- tison and Jim Caruso are two seniors who played outstanding football all year. The Lions were riddled by injuries through the season, and therefore could not live up to their full potential. Next year's prospects look extremely promising with many experienced starters returning. FOOTBALL SCORES N.S. 14 Bedford 21 Lincoln-Sudbury 13 Binge 0 Weston 10 Stoughton 20 Lynnfield 12 Westwood 22 Acton-Boxboro Ian.- Opponent 2 14 15 30 42 12 8 26 85 M' RHF gif.:--' :- L, " .4 ,J - T4-E ffkv.. ,aizf , 1 2-Y.-if -4 x ,J xv pi X - N A J', .nr 'H-C... 7ld?Qf'Ee"?S73i"Zk' 'iv-9' 4 ' .4 W, '- NV 'f Gil:-ULXTLYFXFYFP af 4 V' . Q FQ, ,,- - -,,- 1-rf!" . A- .-r- -1JN.LXi"rJ-,RQL W W Tv' "' ll' -X ' jiifx-4. gi 'ng-ui 5966 -, 5- 1 1 ' 'v-- 4 rv - P IN 1 ,JA L. ,, . v yu v - ,. ,. H.-, ,I -1 '-,,' N V 1 . JJ. ' :V . .1 I . pn- ' fi ' F2 A xv 4 .fi ' 'Wx A 3 1 'f '2-.1 S. V. I-' lam. 86 . , N AE 4 ,ee axsuzrxfumwcenz .ug viii , n" F K' J 'l 4, x 'F' ' A I A 1 ', A ' G X ',' gt 7 Q ts' if 'Q :N g 4 . 1 " lynn-1.-J X W 5 A 4 1-, . ,f 4 '- . ' Q . , . Q ' - ',.,Q.,:.,.,4',, ' "3 uwunnvh "' 1 . -' V- .f.rQi,:s:1Ff'-'- A l'..'i,"' 'ff 't A J 'Luft A 1 in 3 E aw 'eq-f '. .hvf-You "Q" 'Q hm' Kfvssagn 41 '. SCCCER K I B4 , .x 'il' SOCCER TEAM First Row: Marc Sturnick, Mike Gordon, Jim Noymer. Second Row: Coach Mike Coren, Steve Lanes, Peter Schwarz, George Buonos, Steve Flittenberg, Robert Kwasnick, Danny Schwarz, Mark Fogel. Third Row: Casper Otten, Bob Glazer, Billy Goodman, Mike Lafferty, Aris Bldianos, Mike Shockett, Andy Moore, Coach Tom Dalton, Larry Nogee, Paul Linn, Mark Tilden, Gary Framson, Billy Tartar, Randy Grodman, Andy Schulman, Coach Oph- air Caras. fre F4 I I pl 7 88 Q Q 1 X .av f 1 94 1--1 This year's soccer team had the best record in soccer history at N.S.H.S. Their regular season record, 6 wins and 6 losses, was bettered only by two other teams in the Dual County League. Although they did not win a berth in the State Tourna- ment, their courage and will to win deserves a great deal of credit. Led by captains Mike Gordon, Mark Sternick, and Jim Noymer, N.S. impressively defeated Brookline, their first pre- season opponent. In the Lion's annual clash with their cross- town rivals, Newton North, they were defeated in an extremely hard fought battle. In the pouring rain, Mayor Mann presented the victors with a trophy. N.S. began their regular season with a 2-0 victory over Lyn- nfield. After winning their season opener, they hit the skids, los- ing three consecutive matches. With a record of one win and three losses, the Lions were not to give up. They defeated Way- land, Acton and Lynnfield by shutouts, due to the heroics of goalie Ron Burman. All these games were won of penalty kicks by the golden toes of Aris Bidianos. N.S. has emerged as a contender for a position in State Tournament. The stage was set for the crucial match with Lincoln-Sud- bury. The Lions were outclassed 7-1 in one of the most one- sided games in soccer history. The loss took its toll, demoraliz- ing the players, but they bounced back to defeat Bedford and Weston. The season ended with two disappointing losses to Wayland and Acton, The soccermen crushed the girl's field hockey team 6-1 and smashed the faculty 6-2 in two post-sea- son games. The faculty, led by Lightening Lloyd Gottleib, couldn't seem to synchronize their efforts. Senior goal tender Ron Burman, and Juniors Aris Bidianos, Roger Gordon, and Andy Moore had the honor of making the all-league team. The prospects for next year look very bright, with most of the starters returning. SOCCER SCORES Opponent Brookline 1 N. North 3 Lynnfield 0 Linc. Sud. 1 Bedford 5 Weston 3 Wayland 0 Acton O Lynnfield 0 Linc. Sud. 7 Bedford 1 Weston O Wayland 1 Acton 4 gina' SC , 4Tll. nml' V CRCJSS CGUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM First Row: Charlie Horioka, John Mason, Byron Ress, Bob Lein Stuart Rothman Margaret Ho rioka. Second Row: Coach Richard Geist, Richard MacHahon Jack Ferrari Robert Spelfogel Chris Capeless, Russ Kintner, Dave Robinson, Ara Shishmanian CROSS-COUNTRY This year's Cross-Country team was the school's most suc- cessful in the past several seasons. Despite a record of 5 wins and 11 losses, the Harriers proved themselves to be better than 4 of the teams in the 9-team Dual County League. In addition to an improvement in the win-loss columns, the times improved as the runners matured and increased their running ability. The real victory of this year's team is that the membership nearly doubled. The team steadily improved as the year went on, reaching its peak with a double victory over Wayland and Lincoln-Sudbury during their last home meet at Mount Ida. The season ended however, with a disappointing seventh place finish at the league meet. Captain Jack "Enzo" Ferreri lead the team through the year with his run down sense of humor, and of course his excellent running ability. The team was also aided to victory with the help of John Mason, Charlie Horioka, Bob Spelfogel, and Dick McMahon. And last, but not least, Margaret Horioka, the team's first female member, added a great deal to this year's cross country team. The Harrier's running did not always result in winning. The empty bleachers at Mount Ida stated clearly that their fellow students did not know Cross Country existed. The team though, continued to run because of their devotion to hard work and success. 90 VARSITY First Row: G. Shahon, L. Tofias, E. Tofias, C. Kress. Second Row: J. Gove, L. Spinks, L. Young L, Backer. Third Row: Miss. J. Blanchard, B. Gilles, M. Savage, J. Harwood, C. Clark, Miss. M Plumb. This year's Girl's Field Hockey Team attracted many soph- omores and upperclassmen. With tremendous teamwork, the girls were finally able to break last year's record of no goals and finally scored, not only once, but twelve times! Although the teams will be losing nine of its experienced seniors, in- cluding captains Marilyn Savage and Lauren Tofias, with the help of this year's J.V. team next year's varsity will be even stronger. The team is coached by Miss Judith Blanchard, and received great assistance from Miss Marilyn Plumb. This year's Field Hockey Team will have to be remembered as one of South's most exciting and hardworking teams. Varsity 4-4-2 JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: L. Korelitz, C. Sturnick, G. Campbell, S. Gordon. Second Row: Fl. White, N. Dillon, J. Taricano, E. Silverman, S. McNally, A. Mason, D. Amicangioli, S. Kesheshian. Third Row: D. Gar- cia, M. Knudson, M. Phillips, D. Volpe, M. Hurley, C. LeBlanc. P. McGahie, B. Steffens. 91 INDOOR TRACK in i First Row' Dave Goldberg, Seth Averback, Dan Perlman, Jim Goodman, Jack Ferreri, John Mason, Barry Kaplan, Bon Burman, Dan Fleisher, Dan Kahn. Second Row' Dave Jacobs, Margaret Horioka, Mark Venet, Ara Shishmanian, Steve Berger, Alan Podufaly, Sverker Littorin, Jules Brayman, Peter Kotzen. Third Rowb Coach Don Sutherland, John Bennet, Dick McMahon, Chris Capeless, Byron Bess, Jeff Karol, Gary McKensie, Chuck Bond, Coach Jim Blackburn. Missing: Charlie Horioka, Tom Payne, Bob Lein, Dave Bobinson. The indoor track team had a disappointing year, losing all seven of their meets, and placing seventh out of eight teams in the league meet. Although the trackmen gained valuable experience, most of this experience will be lost when the senior trackmen graduate. Despite the team's poor record, the season was marked by much personal improvement and triumph. Co-captain Jack Ferrari rose to the occasion in the all league meet as he placed third in the 600. The other half of the dynamic duo, co-captain John Mason, was strong in the 600 and the relay. Barry Kaplan consistently excelled in the shot-put and the hurdles. Al Podufaly fared well in the high- jump and in the hurdles. The team lost a potentially high scorer early in the season when Dick McMahon was sidelined with an ankle injury. Jim Good- man was plagued by disqualifications in the 1000. The team is losing most of their short-distance runners as Dave Goldberg, Seth Averback and Dan Perlman graduate. The team will also miss Charlie Horioka, Dan Fleischer, Dave Jacobs, Dan Kahn, Gary MacKenzie, Tom Payne, and Margaret Horioka, the team's first female member. The teams future in the long distance events looks bright with Byron Bess, Ara Shismanian, Mark Venet, Bob Lein, and Dave Robinson returning. Chuck Bond and Steve Berger will have the immense job of replacing Barry Kaplan in the field events. The most important thing this years team learned is that you do not have to win to enjoy yourself. MEETS N.S. Opponent 23 Weston 63 34 Bedford 52 36 Westwood 60 28 Wayland 58 32 Lincoln-Sudbury 54 12 Acton-Boxboro 74 28 Concord-Carlisle 58 92 HOCKEY ,131-17-Tr? First Row: Robert Driscall, Jon Rosenberg, Jim Kavanaugh, Jim Caruso, Steve Owens. Second Row: Mark Cooper, Larry Ryan, Steve Tresca, Paul Tormey, Mark Sturnick, Ken Bianco. Third Row: David Rourke, Sherman Wallen, Richard Tedeschi, Joe Donlon, Robert Tedeschi, Jim Hart, Dave Satter. Missing: John Whelan, Mike Raymond, This years hockey team performed with quite a bit of enthusiasm and determination. The squad was led by tri-captainsg Jim Kavanagh, Steve Owens and Jim Caruso. Jim Kavanagh came into his own this year as he led the team in goals scored. Steve Owens played excellent defense throughout the season. He produced the spark which got the team moving. Goalie Jim Caruso had a good year in the nets. In addition to the captains there are many other seniors who contributed greatly to the team. Richard Tedeshi, the center, was a steady performer who could always be counted upon. Defenseman Jon "Rosy" Rosenburg's aggressive approach to the game made him an exciting player to watch. David Rourke's ability as a playmaker made him a great asset to the squad. Larry Ryan's devotion and Mark Sternick hustle added to the team's morale. Junior Ken Bianco played a solid game and will return next year. Soph- omore goalie Dave Satter played well when given the opportunity. Joe Donlan became more experienced at his position as the year progressed. Though this has not been the best of seasons, there has been worse, The graduating seniors certainly will be missed and their contribution to Newton South hockey remembered. HOCKEY SCORES NS. Opponent 1 Lincoln Sudbury 3 1 Concord Carlisle 4 4 Westwood 2 2 Weston 1 1 Wayland 10 2 Lincoln Sudbury 7 0 Acton 8 1 Westwood 1 5 Maynard 2 1 Wayland 6 2 Bedford 2 O Acton 4 93 he , .-q,,...o4f' GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM First Row Sue Gordon Amy Shapiro, Sandy Keshishian, Merry Phillips. Carol Kress, Mary Sullivan Neysa Dillon Second Row Linda Kadetsky, Beth Gillis. Charlene LeBlanc, Meg Hurley, Jane Harwood. Barbara C Shumsker Susan Cambell Judy Steffens Mrs. Janet Connors. The girls basketball team this year attracted so many people that they decided to form a varsity team. Since there was no team last year, one can firmly assert that their 1 win-10 losses record isn't so bad after all. They always worked and practiced diligently. The outlook, though, for next year is somewhat bleak. Seven cagey and intelligent sen- iors are setting their goals on higher education and must hang up their sneakers. These include Susie Campbell, an excellent ball- handler and great team leader, Jane Harwood, a deadly shooter, Linda Kadetsky, good on defense, Merry Phillips, a very good passer, Barbara Shumsker, a tough rebounder, Judy Steffens, the quickest on the floor, and Mary Ann Sullivan, the team comedian. The coach this year was Mrs. Janet Connors. Her knowledge of the game is unlimited. She taught the girls fundamentals and other necessary aspects of the game. The team's improvement no doubt will be seen in the future. 94 GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM First Row: Laureen Tofias, Michelle Heard. Second Rowf Coach Blanchard. Beth Falk, Laura Spinks, Elise Tofias, Gale Shohon, Coach Wright. Third Row: Amy Stolloff. Renee Parker, Dianne Wiest, Jane Rogers. Fourth Row: Sheila Comerfod, Janet Gove, Dawn Weist, Paula Hyman, Carol Maltz. N.S. 63.20 68.60 72.05 73.5 71.9 77.85 71.30 66.65 SCORES Wellesley Weston Concord Carlisle Lincoln Sudbury Brookline North Reading Burlington Westwood Opponent 42.15 42.45 62.40 68.90 69.80 70.25 54.80 57.45 This years gymnastics team could definitely be considered the best in the history of Newton South. The spirit and determination of this team and its coaches, Miss Judith Blanchard and Miss Ann Wright, was simply tremendous. The girls accomplished what most Newton South squads can't dog they won consistently. The young ladies compiled an impressive record of 8 wins and O losses. Besides excellent teamwork, there were many outstanding individual achievements. This year six seniors qualified for the state meet. Michelle Heard qualified on the beam along with Laura Spinks. They both showed excellent moves and balance. Renee Parker, Jayne Rogers, and Lauren Tofias all became eligible for state com- petition in Free Exercise. Amy Stoloff was made famous by performing superlatively on the uneven parallel bars. Diane Wiest received the most under- rated player award by qualifying in every meet with very little fan fare. Next year the team will lose seven talented veter- ans through graduation, but the prospects are still bright. Elise "she can do it all" Tofias hopes to lead the team in continuing its winning ways. v 5 --Q 41 -fi . iv- BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM iii 1 1 'F n. K . First Row: Tom Sullivan, Mark Jefferson. Mark Smaller, Mark Aaronson. Second Row: Mike Lushan, Scott Green, Richard Spector, Al Grupp, Ned Moan, Coach Phinney. Missing: Richard Duffy, Bob Lent. lt was a disappointing season for the 1972-1973 Lion basketball squad, but the loses were irregularly interrupted with flashes of brilliance. Last year's team came off with the first winning record in the schooI's history. However, most members of the 1971-1972 team graduated. Ned Moan was the only player who returned with any significant amount of varsity ex- perience. Coach Chandler Finney proclaimed this to be a rebuilding year, and in terms of building for the future the lions were greatly successful. The squad consisted of 6 seniors, 3 juniors, and 3 sophomores as the under- classmen saw a lot of action. Opening the season, Newton South was dealt a 97-47 shalacking by their Crosstown rivals Newton North. Then, things picked-up momentarily as South split their next four games. The Lions then lost four in a row which gave them a 2-7 record half-way through the season. The second half of the season saw much improvement as the players gained experience. South beat Maynard in double overtime and had back to back victories against powerhouses Bedford and Concord. The 1972-73 Newton South basketball squad was paced by 6'5" junior Rich Spector averaging better than 16 points per game and seniors Mike Lushan and Captain Ned Moan averaging 10 points per game. Also making major contributions to the team were seniors Al Grupp, Rich Duffy, and Mark Smoller, Juniors Mark Jefferson and Tom Sullivan and sophomores Mark Aaronson and Bob Lent. With the improvement of Spector, Aaronson and Lent, and the addition of a few talented players from the Junior Varsity team, the "1973-74" Newton South Lions look extremely strong. 96 BOYS' GYIVINASTICS TEAM i? S ,, ani V . ,-z 2 ,. ... . - J ' 'sie E 'l ?""f ...a 413 .- 1 V ,- ' A -st - S. fx... ' ' in 9 ., 4' ' K F X72 C Q ' 'fifi J-.A i ' ... ,T 4,4 -'E' 'X , - . it First Row: Co-captains Bruce King, Gary Framson. Second Row: Andy Sisson, Mark Taricano, David Spielman. Mark MacElroy, Jeff Stone, John Pershe, Joe Duggan, Mark Forte, David Williams, Ed Gove, Joey Karas, Jay Levine. Missing: Larry Baruch, BASKETBALL SCORES Opponent Newton North 97 Roslindale 43 Westwood 69 Wayland 72 Maynard 49 Lincoln Sudbury 67 Bedford 55 Concord 71 Weston 59 Acton 59 Westwood 72 Wayland 67 Maynard 40 Lincoln Sudbury 67 Bedford 42 Concord 53 Weston Acton This was the fifth year of the Newton South gymnastic team's existence, and the first year that can honestly be called a success. The team was more experienced and had more depth than it had had in previous years. Coach Tom Steeves devotion and hard work has finally paid off. Co-captains Bruce King and Gary Framson were top per- formers again. Mark Taricano moved into the limelight as he excelled in practically every event. Jay Levine specialized in the high bar and still rings. Mark Forte, John Pershe and Andy Sisson were on the side horse. Larry Baruch and Jeff Stone were on the parallel bars. Tom Lane did the floor exercises and vaulted. The season opened with two loses to Framingham North and Lincoln Sudbury. However, the gymnasts were not to be discouraged as they bounced back with seven consecutive wins. Next years team will be strong again with junior David Williams returning. This year appears to have been the start of a gymnastic dynasty at Newton South. 97 fe: nt.. - bf' fi WRESTLING First Row: Paul Lynne, Mike Shockett, Rick Hyman, Mike McDonald, David Berkowitz, Wayne Vespa, John Staulo, Art Murphy, Second Row: Gregg Moan, Ed Rubin, Steve Kramer, Aaron Monyhan, Peter Maples, Brad Anthony, Peter Nathanson, Chuck Hurvitz. Third Row: David Pazner, Greg Sozzi, Bill Carol. David Shields, Howie Applestein, Chuck Dippo, Fourth Row: Coach Kojoyan, Woody Salzberg, Ted Hilliard, Scott Groper, Bruce Arraff. Missing: Adam Nisson, David Ziskend. The names were changed but the results remained the same for the 1972- 73 wrestling team. Coach Aredis Kojoyian was faced with another rebuilding year as only five grapplers with varsity experience returned, but the team was undefeated through eight matches and finished the season with an 8-3- 2-mark. Kojoyian has compiled an illustrious record of seventy wins and only ten loses in his brilliant coaching career at Newton South. However, a coach is only as good as his players. This years wrestlers were superb as they wrestled with poise and confidence, and most impor- tantly, they won. Tri-Captains Dave Berkowitz and Mike McDonald were outstanding as both finished in their respective weight classes in the University of Massachusetts state tournament. Tri-Captain Rick Hyman went though the year undefeated. Paul Linn and John Staulo consistently out- classed their opponents as they, too, were undefeated. Brian Corcoran and Adam Nisson had successful seasons. Mike Shockett did a fine job wrestling in the 107 pound class Next season will not be another rebuilding one, as many juniors and sophomores won starting positions this year. Congratulations to the entire team for another good showing! WRESTLING SCORES N.S. Opponent 38 Walpole 17 35 Weymouth North 40 Needham 16 57 Lexington 15 27 Brookline 27 44 Lincoln-Sudbury 29 36 Newton North 16 49 Weston 9 27 Milford 33 18 Wayland 36 39 Waltham 18 22 Ashland 22 26 Stoughton 30 50 Concord-Carlisle 98 -41- ' Jn' ..f"J- fr! -41" -, W' .iff 3 ff . v- ' I 'v 1 v N 1, X X I X ,4 ivgvu x-1 5 X2 I I K-1 , ., . s 4 -. 1 - ' "', 51, . .' ' . A uf? ' e ' , .2 g - ,A .r 4 s " M . f .w i-' Q ,A 3 -2' 'ilgvfgm' ii .fu I n,f ,LI ,i ff if H L. ' v' " sr, fvif . u 1' ?'..,,A-- . ,9- ' If-If -SNL K 5,0 X-.. k-asf. ,1- iv-ar , 1 F ' f-"--- 1'- 1-512 -4-rv. --A - .'.'.':u.z" . -E, A. -1' U .M-1 -v Lt ,M v is .-,,.,,,, A 'h' lu-vfbA --. --U - . , -fy, A41 . 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WV 'N L, xxx - Ti kk. ix X q 1 wg . ,W 1, ,, 9 " ,. ., . 3.,.V.. 4 5 L' X 'I' A I 2 614 ,mf .2 A Q 4 da j!yWm5 .- ,nk q-.ilaj Q 391 ,A - :Q 1 , i .I 11 ,vfzlf ' Ss.. Q. 'frhf' ' in M. ' dvr 'F' . 1, ' L' U ,, ,,v,, . ff V ' ' 4" I F iw n. 4. 'Ll '1'3"a' 3'-i gl cg- ,, Q-134' L :F ' Cf ' ,wr - ANNIE GET YEJUR GUN 'U 5D'a S sf! I . 54' X :,1.kX R ,yjf Z! .ly K lgvfgqx hi 0 V5 M .-, 'NS mv, ' X ' 1'A:4'1x'x,"0m5 Q.. 'E 3 XX. Dali, V114-L, 5 -'LwAg.,a,.4 In -'if X-Q Ywxq V, -4. fr-1'1" 2' ' 1 'LLLJ3 "N 'Biff X5 Ffh.- ..,- , ,.,,,,,f.,' . 1'-"if-effru' 11. 2,5-lv- - ,, N 'Q y-iw V! N. ' 2?'2f52'43'5'?4w-S: 1 - ,-,v,g.1s,,4-5 5' . ,- , ,. A . l , H'l'::"' , . :-.- - .pry x.-v .. v ' N 7 r--' N H ,f t' , f , P'- 1 ., . S xl And the light from a street lamp paints a pattern on my wall. Like the pieces of a puzzle or a chiId's uneven scrawl. 105 'lf' W, ,. . .,.,1 1 'sms l 1- l . " ' ' , :FEM Up a narrow flight of stairs in a narrow little room As I lie upon my bed in the early evening gloom. A . i ' ' , . Q' a l I . ,,,.-.-4, znDU"""""'P I . M211 1 rt 'X gfnq ,amd f. 1. X , 'F -. ' I: 19 XX .- 6 J " 1,93 V' -, I ., ASN 5 N H. 5 -X"-f. 'j'3e--f-- 'A ----Q.,-r " ' "'s"'uo , 'aux-4--v' 1' 4- I N.: . . . ., - " Af'-'V' :J A . A X , f V' - , , ' - -.ru -,- -:-- .uf .f:":'g. M 'f rs?"-' 'KES' '. .- R wg. . 4 - 1 106 'l 1 . 3 r ' " I I ' -111-1-v9l,-fw.afi 'ure-1, A ' i r Impaled on my wall my eyes can dimly see The pattern of my life and the puzzle that is me. 107 T' L fem ,nr qs I I I I I I I, I I I, I I I I I V I I I I I i I I I c I E i i I I 4 I I I I I I I. L i It I. I l..-i- I I I I 'I From the moment of my birth till the instant of my death There are patterns I must follow just as I must breathe each breath Like a rat in a maze the path before him lies The pattern never alters until the rat dies. -I law, -Ii- ,Y il 1 ll .3 , - Y 1 A"'A--:mn--:can-1:--,--,--ua:'-A-'-'--un: --A-M " '-H1 'il 108 The pattern still remains on the wall where darkness fell And it's fitting that it should for in darkness I must dwell B .,w',"" 1 'YJ 'MW' im 'Fx MQ, 3 ww -- vu. Mt . ' 'QR I Y A all Nr 10,1 .Yu 'l4.4. 'lv .-,-if , -Tix i 'nge wa- v Q 179 "-7 v- an int. ." W -if -Q.. f -' - 5 , 1 Like the color of my skin or the day that I grow old My life is made of patterns that can scarcely be controlled. 110 SENTEJRS t i 3 5. i s.- 45 115 .J FMT f X LISA JANE ALKON 25 Cynthia Road Wheeler "To give and not to receive burns-But to give and receive is life itself. " Golfing on the hylands with a 236 club. RL-90 days of happi- ness. Sticking close to home. I'm flipping out! June 22, 1971. Reach out for the dark- ness-you may find a friend. KATHLEEN MARIAN ANDERSON 56 Woodcliff Road Wheeler "Kathy" "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or faraway. " I'lI never forget the summers 71, 72 at the lake, and the friends that I made there. PENNY DIANE ARAFE 28 Brierfield Road Wheeler I want to thank the person that helped me, and kept pushing me to finish school. Thanks a lot Charlie with all my love. ,-A ff NANCY ARONSON 65 Longfellow Road Cutler To those who care "Thank- you," I'll never forget Mark and Betsy for just being there. W.E.F.T.Y. Thanks to a good friend Mr. McCarthy. I love you, Terry, Holly, Janie, and most of all I love you John. I can't say I'm sorry to leave, but I am. --in 112 LORI ANNE ARDUINO 15 Cavanaugh Path Cutler "Law" "To be able to find joy. . . in an- other's joy is the secret of Happiness. " l'Il never forget many moments of madness and gladness shared with good friends. Activities: Senior Class Com- mittee, French Club SUSAN MARLENE ARON 65 Levbert Road Goodwin "Smile once in a whileg it can do wonders for your person- ality." I'Il never forget marching band with Nate Randall and the spe- cial boost of J. Maxey. What would I do without the flutes? Glad you joined me Ed. French Club 1, 2, 33 Field hock- ey 1, 23 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3. , - J? JOAN SHEREE ASQUITH 122 Truman Road Goodwin THE PLASTERER PLAYS FIG- ARO. Thank you G, L, and M. .I ,i I SETH AVERBACK 23 Beethoven Avenue Cutler ELLYN JEAN AXELROD 30 East Ouinobequin Road Cutler "But he was at a loss how it should come to pass, that the law which was intended for every man's preservation, should be any man's ruin." Jonathon Swift Gullivers Travels RICHARD BACKER 5 lrving Road Goodwin Man blinked "What is the pur- pose of all this?" he asked po- litely. "Everything must have a purpose!" answered God. "Cer- tainly," said man. "Then l leave it to you to think of one for all of this," said God. And He went away. Bokonon Soccer, Chess, Roulette X, Xl, Outing Club. LOUISE ELLEN BACKER 169 Hartman Road Goodwin "Weezy" "Without music life would be a mistake." Most rewarding experiences: St. George's summer school of Oceanography, 19723 AT-2, 1971. Field hockey, Volleyball, Tennis, GAA Treasurer, Regulus YT2'-- V." '-an '- "They threw the mold away when they made this face, buster! LYNNE ANN BAILEY 957 Boylston Street Goodwin l'll always remember driving les- sons, football games, and talk- ing till three with Barbara, AV, AK and all her parties, The Family, riding around with LL, SS, and BR, CCD and KK, EK, HE, CG, CB, RS, and Tish-Tick. will she ever get her license. ARTHUR BAKERMAN 39 Pine Ridge Road Goodwin CLAUDIA ANN BALCANOFF 115 Upland Road Cutler "I do my thing, and you do your thing. l am not in the world to live up to your expectations. And you are not in the world to live up to mine. You are you and l am I. And if by chance we find each other. lt's beautiful. GARY BARRON 66 Homestead Street Cutler Sw.,- 3 41, MARCY ANN BARABAN 24 Littlefield Road Wheeler "True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in their worth and choice." Deb, Circle, Mohove 'em wish you the best of Luck and Wish- es. Deb, you're really a beau- tiful person. All my summers and Thanks to my family. To Kooch and the rest, good luck and wishes. LOUISE BAND 167 Woodward Street Goodwin xl. NANCY M, BARBONI 70 Oakdale Road Wheeler "Nan" "You only get out of life, what you put into it. " Never forget: My first job at FWW, cotillions, chinese food. the station wagon, Friday nights, "Taxi," "Brandy", par- ties, CDS Lives, TJ's, summer of "72" at CC, Blue jeep. Good Luck Elyse and Sue. Thanks Mom and Dad and SB. S -Q5 4 . 7 I 5 12 SCOTT CARTER BARRON 62 Sharpe Road Goodwin "Optimism is the madness of maintaining that everything is right when it is wrong." Memories: To the courageous Naples men DG SA. A perpetual companion BC. The lessons well learned through trial and tribulation. Varsity Track 2, V.P. Spanish Club 3, Regulus Business Staff Curriculum Review Board-Busi- ness JANE BARRY 65 Oxford Road Cutler X I 'we' .,,. LAWRENCE KIM BARUCH 130 Dudley Road Cutler "Larry" KAREN SUE BASEMAN 230 Dorset Road Cutler "When the legends die, the dreams end. When the dreams end, there is no more great- ness." H,B. MARCI ANN BASS 6 Truman Road Wheeler v""", ROBIN BERGER 9 Payne Road Wheeler "The world is so full of a num- ber of things, l'm sure we should all be as happy as Kings." DAVID LEON BERKOWITZ 53 Sheldon Road Cutler I'Il never forget JB, TO, TH, BE, SC, JS and DG. A night in JB's backyard with his father's unex- pected entrance, a trade with SC, JS, and DG. A night in JB's camp, and the trash can liner in TO's basement. Wrestling 1, 25 tri captain 3 DAVID JAY BERKSON 33 Old Farm Road Wheeler "Education has really only one basic factor, a sine qua non-one must want it. " AMY BELL 25 Drumlin Road Wheeler I I A ,,- 'r ' HERBERT SAMUEL BIRNBAUM 170 Woodcliff Road Goodwin "Who is a rich man? He that is content with his portion." l'll never forget: A thousand im- personations, nicknames and clichesg HTCQ Great times on Soccer teamg Summer '72 in Is- raelg Fantastic Friends, esp. MF, RB, JGQ A wonderful family, Softball, baseball, and street hockey teams-Bowling and Chess with Forge. ELLEN SUE BERNSTEIN 62 Westgate Road Goodwin "Without love, laughter, and tears, there is no life. " l'll never forget: SPFMGT, Right DS?g European Summer '71 and other memoriesg Sl-Arielg Skiing in New Hampshire-many unfor- gettable timesg DTD, huh Lis?g Summer '72-great times with Philip and Michaelg LT's base- mentg and thanx to the greatest friends. DONALD A. BISSEX 208 Woodward Street Wheeler "Green is the color of life. " l leave to NSHS: The green- house, my little C?J sister. Shall never forget: Europe '72, Sum- mer nights at CS with the gang, crusin' in Sherman fmay he rest in peacej "Anybody with a chevy can't be all bad." Stage Crew 2, 33 Ecology Ac- tion. LOIS B. BLOOM 34 Andrew Street Cutler "Hobbit" "And lost is what I am, Lost in thought Submerged in emotion, Drowned in rationales, I am like you, but I'II always be me." "Multiplication is vexation, Divi- sion is as bad, The Rule of Three perplexes me, And Prac- tice drives me mad." MINDY SUSAN BLUESTEIN 27 Sheldon Road Wheeler "Don't walk in Front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk be- hind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend." To the people who made and will make my past and future years meaningful. l'll never for- get: BD, Who? C What?, and my friends. Thanx. Majorette, 23 co-captain, 3 PARKE RICHARD BLUSTEIN 125 Oxford Road Wheeler JAMES A. BLAKE 44 Lovett Road Goodwin It's been real. .'I ' IQ xg Y . lin STEVEN E. BONICA 19 Bowdoin Street Wheeler SLMF 116 Q 1- - 5 i s , 4 t 3 Xi it , , I . v . K . hx.. GERALD FRANCIS BOUDROT 20 Shaumut Park Wheeler l leave to South one empty parking space, and one used NSHS window sticker. I will re- member the wall, Friday nights, down the dump, Dunkun do- nuts, and all my friends, the dumpado's. iayhgaiw , mfiiii,fft . JANET LEE BOSWORTH 85 Erie Avenue Cutler "Colour my world" I'll never forget: that 17's too much, bontires and koalas, those great "72" Hld. Grads., the tree with GC, times with PF, GJ, and SC, most of all mo- ments with Carl, 6-19-71, roses, a ring, special stars, 1-2-3, and Lake Sebago, You're so very special to me. KENNETH L. BRAYMAN 105 Selwyn Road Cutler "Creation is a drug l can't do without." Cecil B. de Mille What could be better than bik- ing down in Falmouth on a "get yourself a Honda." Great times with the men at JD's Room. April in France and a very spe- cial summer of '72, stay cool you Qwuss. iiyja JEAN J. BRITOW 1957 Beacon Street "Winning isn't everything but it beats anything that comes in second." l'll always remember: Sophmore and Junior year with LM, EM, NA, JL, SR, EH, LK, and ML. Auf wiedersehen meine freunde. German class 1, 2, 3g Treasurer for German Club 1970-1971. SANDRA BROWN 246 Lake Avenue Wheeler "Love lasts forever are the words of a wise fool. For the fu- ture is in the hands of God." "To live for today and to love for tomorrow is the wisdom of a fool, because tommorow is promised to no one." STEVEN P. C. BUCUVALAS 163 Plymouth Road Goodwin "The only obligation which I have a right to assume is to do at any time what I think right. nr Henry David Thoreau 117 if X X . SUSAN CATHERINE BRUYN 48 Glenwood Avenue Goodwin " . . . And they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruninghooks. Nation shall not lift sword against nationg nor shall they learn war anymore . . Thank you my friends-you'll never know how much I love you. 17157 SUSAN MARIE CAMPBELL 1590 Center Street Wheeler Aileen-Tabitha is not ugly. PS, RP, JA, KM, RS, MS, NT, PA, PN and others forgotten. And the search is endless. And the beat goes on. Doggone-it. Good- night Leeny. ij? RONALD BRUCE BURMAN 156 Dedham Street Wheeler "l've looked at life from both sides now From win and lose and still somehow lt's life 's illusions I recall I really don't know life at all. " Joni Mitchell Baseball Varsity 2, 33 Soccer 1, 2: Varsity 3. DONNA CALDERONE 195 Winslow Road Cutler Gymnastics 2. uf if STEPHEN PAUL CAPONE 12 Randolph Street Wheeler "These days I seem to think a lot, about the things thatl forgot to do, and all of the times I had a chance to." BRAD MITCHELL CAPLAND 991 Dedham Street Wheeler "ln the end the love you take is equal to the love you make." The Beatles l'll never forget: SM, RK, BP, SS, etc., etc., and the Brookline gang, "71, 72." Never forget playing tennis with SS, and "the ski school got in my way" 71 with BP. ANN CARPENTER 201 Auburndale Avenue Goodwin JAMES R. CARUSO JR. 16 Oak Terrace Cutler "Caruss" l'll never forget: the good old V. parties, winning football games, and the night a certain idiot for- get his keys TWICE! And here's to the gang at the corner. Good Luck! Thank you Neil. Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, co captain 3, Lacrosse 2, 33 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 HOLLY PATRICIA CASPER 19 Farina Road Wheeler "Let today embrace the past with rememberance and the fu- ture with longing." I will never forget summer '72', parties, concerts, THE GANG, and most of all Tom and the happiness we have had and will have in the future. To all my friends, thanx for everything. GIAN CATERINE 37 Fisher Avenue Goodwin 101 MARY ELIZABETH CLARK 1664 Center Street Goodwin "Have you ever reached out, and thought that you touched a star? And when you looked to see what it looked like, it was gone? Reach again. The sky's the limit. lt's there somewhere. What? You missed it? Look again. Are you sure? BENJAMIN COHEN 23 Rotherwood Road Goodwin DEBORAH E. COHEN 15 Cottonwood Road Goodwin ELYSE ROBIN COHEN 68 Carl Street Wheeler "lf you can't please everyone, you 've got to please yourself. " l'lI always remember: Friday nights 8i parties, 2 Novas, the station wagon with MB, SD, PS, NB 8. SL, CDS lives, GGR. Graduation party at TJ's. Sum- mer of 72 at CC 81 Blue Jeep. Good Luck Nancy and Sue. Thanks Mom and Dad. EVAN BRUCE COHEN 54 Winston Road Goodwin Denebola 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Chess Team 8i Club 2, 3, 4, Language Curr. Review Board, Newton Youth Commission, AP Calculus in grade 10, Honors Coursesg Faculty Awards, For- eign Language Certificate of Honor, Lincoln Farm. 'ti ELIZABETH ANN COLT 56 Chinian Path Cutler "So as "So long as I can see I will keep looking. As long as I can walk I will keep moving. As long as I can stand ' I will keep fighting. " Q. I 'L Manu' be SUSAN COHEN 31 Olde Field Road Wheeler "Happiness is a perfume which M you cannot pour on others with- out getting a few drops on your- self." I'll never forget: 8-1-71, good times with Gary, a trip to Rhode Island, a ski trip with Margie, summer '72 with Dede, and all my friends whom l'lI never for- get. WILLIAM COLE 240 Country Club Road Goodwin 'tif' T5 N, I 120 515 WALTER J. COLTON 27 Oak Street Wheeler I don't think I could put up with one more year of this school. But I will never forget DS, JDA, BS, or any of my other friends. JOANNE MARIE CONLON 57 Daniel Street Cutler "The innocent moon, that does nothing but shine, moves all the laboring surges of the world. " Cavalry with DW, summertimesg Carton plus Joan, Lake plus splashing parties, beaches for weekends, days for friends, and dreams of snow. Class Committee 1, 2, Cochair- man 3, Regulus, 3g Outing and Ski Club 1, 2, 3. W' :.'5lf' Wa. 4 ill! Q L . 7791' - o ' 1' Y 4 A DONALD CORBETT 25 Oak Street Wheeler DONNA CORBETT 25 Oak Street Wheeler "What is real asked the velve- teen rabbit?" I'll never forget: CO, DD, MC, KD, DG, CM, DC, JC, NC, DD, GP, KO, PL, MS, MD, BK, RP, FB. The youth group. DD con- science. CC when's the big event? Great times with NC. l leave to NSHS CC, KC. Field Hockey 1, 2. NANCY M. COOPER 275 Jackson Street Cutler "lt doesn't matter who you love or how you love but that you love. For in the end the act of loving any man is the act of lov- ing God." Friends: MS, SR, MB, CT, RD, JG, WC, JD, BK, BL. .. "To be a better person each day, in each way . . i BRIAN EDWARD CORCORAN 147 Spiers Road Goodwin "lt's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game." Going for six, Breakfast 8. spe- cial at IHP, V-Parties, The Track, Foxoboro, Rockingham, Sulfolk, Raynham, not to men- tion the others. SO 8. SH fight- ing, winning golf champ., let's go for a beer C.P. AK corner Football, Golf Capt, Wrestling 1, 2, 3 MARGARET A. COUGHLIN 24 Summer Street Wheeler "What is worth having is worth waiting for." Whicky-whicky CI, BM, RC, RT, AG. November 16, 1971. July 21 with Tony, it was fantastic. Who wants a beer bath? Some of "our" weekends. Nobscott 1972. Newton Police Explorers, post 300. Maine "72" Paddel- boats. The summer of "70" with them. PAUL JOSEPH CROSBY 93 Walnut Hill Road Wheeler "Wherever a man goes, men will pursue him and paw him with their dirty institutions, and, if they can, constrain him to be- long to their desperate odd-fel- low society." Henry David Thoreau A 'ii 55 . JAMES EDWARD COSTA 20 Linden Street Cutler "lf l am not l, who will I be?" Thoreau Soccer 70, 713 Track 71, 72 + 'll 1? MICHAEL ELIOT CUTLER 61 Winston Road Wheeler "Time hurries on, And the leaves that are green Turn to brown, And they wither in the wind, And they crumble in your hand." So it goes. fax N-:V JONATHAN M. DANA 24 Shady Hill Road Wheeler "Some people may complain about life, but if you're not liv- ing, you can 't even complain." Always remember the good times in the room and every- where. The Big Break, Suds City maddog which All enjoyed. bet what you wor't! COREY R. CUTLER 20 Nahanton Street Cutler "There is no defeat except from within. There is really no insur- mountable barrier save your own inherent weakness of pur- pose." My thanks to NSHS for Edgar. I'll never forget: 6-15-72, the teen center, Clock school, and the grief I gave the librarians. Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Debating Society 1, 2, 33 Soccer Mgr. X ,lir- .--Eiig' 11 ,W MARC CUTLER 33 Andrew Street Goodwin ROBERT D'ANGELO 275 Brookline Street Cutler "Bobby" "There have been some good times and some better." Baseball 1, 2, 3. JOHN C. DAVIDOW 105 Country Club Road Goodwin "I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the differ- ence." Robert Frost Regulus Advertising Staffg French Honor Society 'C' JUDITH ANN DECKER 49 Woodcliff Road Cutler I went to school in England and I was on the netball, tennis and swimming teams. The school was not anywhere as large as Newton South, it only had 500 pupils. In tact, school life is so entirely different here. Next September I shall return home to my family in England. YOLANDA DE GREGORIS 120 Herrick Road Goodwin Land: "You don 't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows." Bob Dylan You better not compromise yourself it's all you got." Janis Joplin RICHARD DEMICHELE 20 Wetherell Street Goodwin "Life is like a blindfold Veiled in black Only able to continue Never allowed to turn back." To my closest friends, good luck and happiness in the fu- ture. BRUCE DIDUCCA 22 John Street Goodwin "J.B." "lf you stand on your toes and reach for the stars, you may never get one, but you won't come up with a hand full of mud, either." l'II never forget: Newyear's at Manamet, The Mafia, Joe 8 Mayr, Twins, Meji, Walkin to Brockon, Cookies, Thanks gang!!! JOHN DIETENHOFER 50 Wyman Street Cutler LESLIE ANN D'ERCOLE 10 O'Rourke Path Cutler "Sounds of laughter shades of earth are ringing through my open views inciting and inviting me. Limitless undying love which shines around me like a million suns, it calls me on and on across the universe." Beatles Take care: BH MD LT LG JM DS MM SB GC JO DN ER CP LC and both RP's 123 KATHLEEN ANNE DIPPO 18 Tamarac Road Cutler "Kathy" "Not everything that is faced Can be changed. But nothing can be changed Unless it is faced, " Always remember: Plymouth '71, '72, ES, RD, KM, 7-19-72 Who owes who? The naked truth. TFEYG DG CM CD DC ICHDIWY. MJQ New Hampshire forever. SKI. Everybody and al- ways Chucky. t-an .of - ' 0547! T AE! Ein R --an Sz- 'KI 5- K " . T ' ' ef P' . I' ' K- x Sv , : A I I ? . 1 xi TTQ JOAN DISICK 88 Plymouth Road Wheeler DAVID FRANCIS DOYLE 1138 Boylston Street Goodwin I never had it so good! Good times with those drag races with Phil, Jan, Artie, Jeff, Albie, with my co-pilot DW. JOYCE ROBIN DRAGOFF 9 Glazer Road Goodwin "You give but little when you give of your possessions, it is when you give of yourself that you truly give." l'lI never forget LK, CS, AK, SM, RF, and GG. RICHARD DUFFY 1026 Boylston Street Cutler Calif. "71", Monterey, Charter House, New Year's Eve "71", summer on Main St., A tMt. climbingj trip to Baxter, 2nd time at Bowdoin, a girl who I will never forget. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. SUSAN JEAN DRINAN 8 Lakewood Road Goodwin "Seeking means to have a goal, but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no one goal. . . . for striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose." Herman Hesse . . . and the man said laugh-so that we do . . . STEVEN DROOKER 80 Deborah Road Goodwin MARY DUGGAN 96 Erie Avenue Wheeler MARY LOUISE DUMAIS 36 Parker Street Cutler "There are places l'll remember all my life though some have changed, some forever not for better, some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments." Thank-you Rita for a world of beautiful things we've shared. NANCY ANN DUNNE 141 Spiers Road Wheeler "A smile is just a curved line that sets things straight." l'II always remember: the great times with Billy, Christmas, new years Eve, the Prom, finding BB, SM. Weekend in N.H. at MJQ's. The Parkies, Florida with JT, the seats, cuddles, Par- ties, Cheerleading, Cape-Cod, and all my friends, thank you. DEBRA MYRNA EHRLICH 8 Littlefield Road Wheeler "Trust, Honesty, Laughter, Beauty and Love are the es- sence of true friendship." l'Il never forget the fun of learn- ing life's little experiences, Thanks Steve. Summer "72," Love to little sister, big brother. Love, luck, and thanks to my family and close friends who have filled me with happiness. ,-.Q GARY EDELSTEIN 108 Old Farm Road Cutler "Calling to the oceans-as if the sea could hear, Stammering for Neptune to throw his golden spear--Waiting for the happen- ings--that never will occur." The Art of Lovin' 1 it Van Gogh-eat your heart out! DAVID MARK ELMAN 12 Botsford Road Goodwin "L.C." I leave NS during the days, but at night I shall return. l'Il never forget the winter of "72" with PS, CM, KG, EG, and don't for- get BJ, and JN. . CHRISTINE EMMANUEL 63 Bowdoin Street Wheeler l'Il never forget all the things JG and I did in this place in our sophomore and junior years. We sure raised yell, September 26, 1971, DF and all the kids in Wheeler house. 125 ici' ,, , '9"n... 4? sl if, if TX .i H O '11 f lffi 4 1 li -ff at i is Q A " avi DIANE ETSCOVITZ 10 Stonewood Drive Goodwin Dance Club 1, 2, 33 Concert Choir 2, 3g Ecology Action 23 Regulus 33 Ski Club 1, 3 ALBERT BENNETT EVANS Ill 11 Duncklee Street Goodwin "Bend" "Live for today, for tomorrow is promised to no one." ELLYN BETH FABER 44 Peregrine Road Cutler "Fabes" "GOD grant me the SERENITY to accept the things I cannot change, COURAGE to change the things l can, and WISDOM Always to tell the difference." Regulus, French Clubg Hunger Hikeg Jr. Class Committee, Field Hockey: GOLFq?J SPASEBO AND DOSVEDANYA aye DANIELA FAIBES 276 Parker Street Cutler "Je hais le mouvement qui deplace les lignes, Et jamais je ne pleure etjamais je ne ris. " Ch. Baudelaire MICHAEL FEIN 12 Gould Road Goodwin MARK FEINSTEIN f 591'-?'3 Sf-' 125 Wayne Road Wheeler AMY BETH FELDMAN 614 Dedham Street Cutler "The world is a beautiful place to be born into If you don 't mind happiness not always being so very much fun. If you don 't mind a touch of hell now and then just when everything is fine be- cause even in heaven they don 't sing all the time." -jyygfii I x 13 JOHN BRIAN FERRERI 19 Shute Path Cutler "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times . . Charles Dickens Whoever said "you only go around once in Iife" never ran indoor track. Goodbye NSHS. Football 13 Basketball 13 Base- ball 1, 2, 33 Indoor Track 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 3. PATRICIA MARIE FERRICK 16 Frances Street Goodwin "Patti" "TRUE HAPPINESS consists not in the multitude of friends, but, in their worth and choice." Never will l forget the summer of "72"-The good and the bad. and those I am to 5 am roudy hours in Falmouth with JB and JR. Field Hockey 15 Home Room Representative 1, 2, 3. HOLLY FERTEL 15 Van Roosen Road Wheeler "Unless you love someone, nothing else matters." l'll never forget, doubling with T and J, comparing notes with one sister, tip sheets for the other, JFK, RLC. A good friend, Ricky. I love: Terry, Debbie, Nancy, and especially Steven. Thank you for always being there. You are so very special At 10:17, we'll all scream "Yaba daba doo"-pass it on! c fr K 7 - .fy PAUL FISHMAN 1772 Beacon Street Cutler "Every day do something that won't compute. Love someone who doesn 't deserve it. Be joy- ful . . . go with your love to the fields. Lie easy in the shade. Rest your head in her lap. Prac- tice Ressurrection. " Love to Joannie, Nancy, Karen, Denmark, Ben, Dave, Jim, Rona, cold beer, Ghandi, Mike, Naomi, Janet . .. RON DA FLASHEN 74 Dedham Street Cutler "Yet I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I believe that people are good at heart. I can 't build my hopes on a foun- dation of confusion. Yet, ifl look into the heavens, I know that it will all come right, and peace and tranquility will return again." DANIEL FLEISCHER 97 Annawan Road Goodwin 127 NANCY BETH FISHER 110 McCarthy Road Cutler . . Maybe it is just the time of year, Or maybe it's the time of man. I don't know who I am, But life is for learning. We are stardust. We are golden, And we've got to get ourselves Back to the garden." Joni Mitchell ff' ...Q ,J 'icjfu T ya nfl r CAROL FORD 207 Varick Road Wheeler ,I MARK FOGEL 89 Ripley Street Cutler "Do not judge a person by what he seems, but rather by what he is. " We're oft to the new life, the old and the past are just a memory, To all the people I know and should've known, pax! lt's all your fault . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3. .Y PAUL FORD 38 Duxbury Road Cutler PAULA FORGET 321 Lake Avenue Goodwin Boom! Peaches, Sacred Heart, the guys from South America, F. Remover, the gang from DD, Girls Room, Bundt, Fernando, BC, Kathy and the trailer hitch, Montreal, Edward, AW, Long- wood, GV and CA, Jeff, and thanks to so many people for wonderful memories. MARK FORTE 80 Cragmore Road Wheeler "lnvincible" College, Architecture, Guitar lit has kept me sane this farl, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Eu- rope, South America, lots of music, It has been fun. Varsity Gymnastics, German Club 1, 2, 3, president 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. GARY FRAMSON 10 Tanglewood Road Cutler MARJORIE SUSAN FRANK 81 Cross Hill Road Cutler "Margie" "Rings and Jewels are not gifts, but apologies for gifts, the only true gift is a portion of thyself " Memories: cross country-CW, Europe-SS, ski weekends BJNJSCJT, cruise-DD, corners, aisley Banjo's totaled-huh JT? AFFBDR, good friends-thanks, and most of all someone very special to me-Jeff. vii 45 DANIEL FREETH 30 Lincoln Street Wheeler MARK FRANKEL 131 Brandeis Road Wheeler LENORE DEBBI FRIEDLANDER 34 Juniper Lane Goodwin "Debbi" ., You have two choices in life: you can dissolve into the mainstream, or you can be dis- tinct. To be distinct you must be different. To be different you must strive to be what no one else but you can be . . Alan Ashley-Pitt JUDITH FRIEDMAN 53 Elinor Road Cutler "Judi" "To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else, means to fight the hardest battle which any hu- man being can fight, and never stop fighting." SARAH E. FRIEDMAN 24 Lansing Road Cutler "Hope ever urges on, and tells us tomorrow will be better." Tibullus Carmina II 6.20 "The world is mine: blue hill, still silver lake, broad field, bright flower, and the long white road, a gateless garden, and an open path: my feet to follow and my heart to hold." Edna St. Vincent Milay ffl? id s . sth -E A - F. ' QQ A f- ew . 7' ,,.h Ji ' , - mf- fa' 'Wi T 133 ' Al ,degli - 1 J Q 1- -1' an JjI,.J .,.f is SUSAN MARIE GALVIN 1237 Walnut Street Goodwin "You are you and l am I, but if by chance we find each other it's beautiful." Kids, thanks for all the memo- ries-mostly good. I'Il never for- get Uncle Rolf at Cornell 72-73 or TDB. I'm proud to have all of you for my friends. GGFF thanks. Good luck. CARLA L. GANS -.nl ANDREW MARC GARFINKLE 1501 Centre Street Wheeler . . Let us fight for a new world-a decent world that will give men a chance to work-- that will give youth a future and old age a security." Charles Chaplin Dear Beth, As time goes on I realize just what you mean to me . . . Bi- cycle, Mashmobile, Gaspe, Champagne, existence . . . if Jay, V' s V5 ,vi 'Q' 1' -1 N , ,wtrjr X, I l i A 42 Wiswall Road Goodwin ALLEN GORDON GARBER 30 Lantern Lane Wheeler "Oh we're afraid to say we're just too faraway from being close together. From the start we try to talk it over but the world got in the way, we're lost inside this lonely game we play thoughts are weaving, dis- appearing every time l see your eyes." Leon Russell "'i SUSAN LYNN GESMER 60 Amherst Road Goodwin "You give little when you give up your possessions. lt is when you give up yourself that you truly give." LM, KVB-Thank you, l'll never forget: 9-21-71 and all the love and understanding that fol- lowed. HM-you are so much a part of me. So, it is true. There is someone else in your life. PATRICIA GENTILE 9 Hillside Road Cutler NANCI GLASS 62 Fenwick Road Cutler ln my book, there aren t enough words to describe New- ton South." Noah Webster LINDA JOYCE GLAZER 12 Walter Street Cutler "The basic thingsg the only things that really matterg are the feelings you share with others. And I believe that a person Within himself can make all his relationships the very best and the most meaningful. The finest that there can possibly be, he alone can create." 2 1 x Li ROBERT NEAL GLAZER 14 Cottonwood Road Goodwin CHERYL DONNA GOLDBERG 147 Cypress Street Goodwin "You just call out my name, And you know wherever I am, l'll come running, to see you again. To brighten up even your darkest night. You've got a FRIEND!" l 1 r, nl ii' i FS imp xf "Do you see what happens when we plug him in? 'Ai . . haf? nr tfvx ,lo Xl DAVID R. GOLDBERG 39 Locke Road Goodwin To all the good times, C'est la vie! Thanks to all who made it possible. Always remember: Mil- waukee and the World :t1, Little Nick, Naples, Under my Wheels, The Jeep, Thickly, Hoop and crew, Stairway to Heaven, "quite an adequate evening," and the hexagonal pool. Never forget: "You only go around once in life." "Until that time." th 1 LISA JUNE GOLDBERG 411 Dudley Road Cutler "In the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. With all its shame, drudgery and bro- ken dreams, it is still a beautiful world, Be cheerful, strive to be IVEDDY-" Five years of an everlasting friendship of truth with Aimee and Ellen. Michael-before, now and always. France Trip BARTON GOLDENBERG 231 Country Club Road Wheeler JILL ANN GOLDSTON 8 Ridgeway Terrace Goodwin "Now l've been smiling lately thinking about good things to come, and I believe it could be something good has begun." Cat Stevens l'll never forget DT, RH, PA, MS, MLS, DG, and a garage full of friends. Also good times in a red Javelin SST. Look out! ANDREW L. GOLOV 51 Lake Avenue Goodwin "Andy" "Hain't we all got the fools in town on our side? And ain 't that a big enough majority in any town?" Samuel Clemens "SO LONG BLANCHE" O.M. JAMES GOODMAN 76 Beaconwood Road Goodwin l would like to thank all my teachers at Newton South for making life tolerable, after trying sedations and various other pills I found there was a cure for insomnia. T", I .Q 'FTW' MICHAEL GORDON 48 Bound Brook Road Goodwin CAROL JOY GREEN 54 Amherst Road Goodwin "Nothing ever built arose to touch the skies unless some man dreamed that it should. some man believed that it could, and some man willed that it must." Charles F. Kettering SCOTT ELIOT GREEN 20 Dorcar Road Cutler "Gringo" "Live life the way you want be- cause it's all yours." Never forget breakin in Nort's new house, and the trip to France with Glik and the men and of course CD and her fa- ther. JV Basketball 1, 23 JV Track 15 French Club 23 Photo MJI JEFFREY ALAN GROSSMAN 29 Nod Hill Road Wheeler Football 2, 3, Baseball 3 l P o 4? iii 35.18, , 1 A Q, 1' IQ rav- Q V b"x 'rf 7. .15 'Q Q Q, 55 JJ XL MICHAEL A. GROSSMAN 26 Homestead Street Cutler "That life should be lived to the fullest. " Let AV live on. Thanks to those teachers who helped me through NSHS and to AK, EK. CK, PP, PW, DD, DW, CL. Let South live forever. AV 1, 2, 33 Media Center 1, 2, nj I , J '," +5 DANUTA T. GRZYBOWSKI 12 Ohio Avenue Goodwin "Diane" "The most lost day of all is the day on which we do not smile." Plymouth 71, 72, SA, KD, CM, DC, CO, JT, RH, the corner, and the person who made my last two years at NSHS. My Ste- ven. l'll never forget you. Two great parents. DANIEL ADAM GUBERMAN 1066 Walnut Street Goodwin "Every passing hour brings the solar system forty-three thou- sand miles closer to Globular Cluster M13 in Hercules--and still there are some misfits who insist that there is no such thing as progress." "lf you don't stand for some- one, you fall for everyone." Stage Crew 1, 2, 3. 'Ui ALAN MICHAEL GRUPP 10 Burdean Road Goodwin "Guppa" "lf it's painful for you to criticize your friends, you're safe in doing it,' if you take the slightest pleasure in it, that's the time to hold your tongue." Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Regulus 3, Good times with great friends 1, 2, 3. -.49 i SCOTT HAIGH 115 Christina Street Wheeler JANE WOODLING HARWOOD 40 Pine Ridge Road Goodwin "Janey" "A true friend is forever a friend." Happiest memories: Summers 81 weekends on Cape! JH, BL, PR, SG, RC, EB, ND, JA, RD, Je- remy Pt, Ptown 3AM, NY 7l, 72, Ouivett, VW's, Drive-Ins, 100 club, DP 81 Keg Parties, work wl Jean, 8-25-71 good times with Dave, MP, MH, RP, LKM, PC parties-FFO, T.T.M.F., I.L.A.M.Y.E. LAUREN ELIZABETH HASSOL 22 Ridge Avenue Cutler . weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." Psalm 30:5 f:s'n-9 G' ANDREW HARRIS 11 Lovett Road Goodwin "Nort" "Don't feel afraid of anything. Through life just freely roam. The world belongs to all of us. So make yourself at home. " I will always look back on all the great times and people at South. ddr 'x rx 7 .,1 JIM 'fir :ii U7 ELLEN HEARST 60 Oxford Road Cutler "The change in these past years Has made me see our world In many different ways How can I tell you, love can Change our destiny. Love can change the world Love can change your life Do what makes you happy Do what you know is right And love with all your might Before it's too late. " D-Q X . L I DAVID ALAN HIRSHFIELD 21 Walter Street Wheeler "lf you find a path with no ob- stacles it probably doesn 't lead you anywhere. " Frank A. Clark Fond memory: getting kicked out of the library 30 times in 3 years. Other relics: "immortal" Mr. Buster's A-Block class? Tried out for tennis 10, 11. Stamp and coin club, secretary, 10. MICHELE HEARD 115 Allen Avenue Goodwin "Mish" "Summer breeze makes me feel fine." Nice memories, The Cape, LH kids, parties at the swings, sum- merfall 70, our tree, red VW, "closer to home," BCPL, DEE, Cioffi, Marcel, GI, John, BS, DS, MP, D.T., Mr. G., Jumping in the rain-1112 years-David, 10-31- 69, PC Parties, Cheering, New- years 72, FFO, JH, MP, Rin and Jerre. If WILLIAM HECTOR HERNANDEZ Ill 1412 Beacon Street Cutler Newton South must be the 31 school in the country with its speedy and efficient adminis- tration, its excellent bus service. its clean lunchroom and de- licious lunches, the quiet and studious atmosphere in the li- brary, with its superb .... STEVEN JOSH HOFFMAN 30 Marcellus Drive Cutler "No more pencils, no more books, No more teachers dirty looks. School's out for summer, School's out for ever. School's been blown to pieces!! Golf 1, 2, 3. RICHARD HOLTZMAN 100 Elinor Road Cutler "Miles from nowhere, think I 'll take my time to reach there." France in April, Newton South 3, 2,1. RICHARD HOOVER 81 Beaconwood Rd. Cutler .M ff" .. X I CHARLES YUJI HORIOKA 51 Parker Terrace Goodwin "Nothing in education is so as- tonishing as the amount of ig- norance it accumulates in the form of inert facts." Henry Brooks Adams Denebola 23 News Editor 3, Secretary of the NSHS Union 3, Cross-country 1, 2, 33 Indoor Track 2, 33 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 33 Math team 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club Secretary 2: Harvard Prize Book 2 MARGARET AKIKO HORIOKA 51 Parker Terrace Goodwin "Action is the truth of thought." My Good Times: my friends, my enemies, PE, RRP, Mr V, 4:21, 37, smashing, Merestead, and most of all a certain bus and track. Thank you gentlemen and my cohorts. Field Hockey, 1, 2, Basketball, 1, Volleyball, 13 Cross Country, 3, Indoor Track, 33 Outdoor Track, 2, 3. THOMAS HOULIHAN 1039 Walnut Street Cutler KENNETH ALAN HOUSMAN 38 Wendell Road Cutler "Man does not live by words alone in spite of the fact that sometimes he has to eat them. " The name of the game in school is study and there's no trick plays or long passes to reach your goal. Golf 3. MARTHA JANE HOSMER 18 Timson Path Wheeler "Without love, laughter, and tears, there is no life. " Thanks to my wonderful family and friends. l'll always remem- ber weekends at N.H. 8t Dennis- port, the EC and a trip cross- country, Thanks tor all the great times JASSSMMNBBRC! lf X' i l XR ' A l . 'XX X I kill K ll' ii . . ? K y. .6 5 ' Q. , ly , . .yykyi my " fi.. fx 'X V EDWIN GRAVES HORNSBY 104 Louise Road Goodwin ELIZABETH HUBER 406 Woodward Street Wheeler 135 t 1? 1 Rf sa ,f'! ! f A! ? I 1 ,I 1 .,-519 .. 2,4 Q., . .-,gf 1. DAVID JACOBS 62 Upland Road Wheeler "You must not let the heart rule the mind." CATHERINE ANN INMAN 100 Floral Street Goodwin "The name of a friend is com- mon but the faith in friendship is rare." Whickey whickey, nickey noonoo. Memories: 7-4-72, doing nothing with RC, PC, PF, BM, MLS, SC, and the gang: VFW, PP, IV, Flagpole, and ToIi'o. "Remember anything worth wanting is worth waiting for." NANCY JACKSON 25 Appleton Circle Goodwin "Love comes without warning." Thanks to the greatest group of friends ever. Never forget: ski- ing with MF, BJ, and SS: con- vention "71" and "72", Hey! Sugar, Israel CBBBNJ3 Aisleyg R. Tuesday, Corners, Top Ten. PETER JACOBSON 420 Waverly Avenue Wheeler BARI-ANN JACOBS 24 Longmeadow Road Wheeler "l feel the capacity to care is the thing which gives life it's deepest significance. " Always remember: Israel, sum- mer of 70, 71, Iota phi con- vention, corners, skiing with MF and NJ, MCI, buttercups, aisley, top 10, and thanks to a very special group of friends. RICHARD HYMAN 30 Longfellow Road Cutler "Ricky" Hey Mac "Aroo" So long to the guys, Mac, Sully, MMO, Rut, Vossy, Kell, Hoov, Kip, Ted, TJ, Duff, Dip, Renee, MJQ, and Terri. Baseball 1, 2, 33 Wrestling, 1, 23 captain 3. JAN S. JANIAK 37 Hale Street Cutler So far it has been a great school year and I hope that it ends that way. I wish good for- tune to all my friends SM, PS, DD, KI, BM, AM, LW, and the fearless foursome, Jeff, Big Al. Phil 8. Me, l'll never forget. Point Sebago, Maine, parties at AI's, 72 May Arts. Summer '72, Blue Cougars eat green mer- curys, Thanks B. Geddes DAVID J. JULIAN 40 Collins Road Cutler "Armando" "I used to live in a room full of mirrors--All that I could see was me Sol took my spirit and crashed all those mirrors--Now there's a whole world for me to see." Hendrix Fun was: goin' up country, Ex- tra-curricular "Activities". Stage Crew, 1, 2, 33 Regulus Art Staff '73. EVA MARIE JULIUS 86 Dorcar Road Goodwin "Old friends are the great Blessing of one's latter years. Half a word conveys one's meaning. They have a memory of the same events, and have the same mode of thinking. I have young relations that may grow upon me for my nature is affectionate, but can they grow old friends?" Horace Walpole From a friend to a friend. LYNNE KADISH 22 Ober Road Cutler "l saw a man pursuing the horizon, Round and round they sped. l was disturbed at this. I accosted the man. "It is futile," I said, "you can never--" "You lie!" he cried, and ran on. " l LINDA ANN KADETSKY 7 Toccl Path Wheeler "Weary of myself and sick of asking who I am, and what I ought to be, At the vessel's prow I stand, which bears me, Forward, forward o'er the starlit sea." French Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 33 and Bar- rabee BBG. DANIEL KAHN 77 Vine Street Goodwin SUSAN KAITZ 45 Wendell Road Goodwin Q -'S J:-' l CHERYL LYNN KAPLAN 135 Selwyn Road Cutler "No we never learn until it's too late." JB To all my dear friends and teachers whose friendships I will always treasure. PITA al- ways remember SBDNTT MKTJDRG, and Brose. This is a tacky world. AV lives. KAREN ANN KANDAR 47 Chandler Place Wheeler I'll never forget the good times in school with SB and MAT, football games with LL, and the weekend in New Hampshire. I leave to NSHS: two sisters. Thank you and luck to all my friends. BARRY ALAN KAPLAN 225 Country Club Road Cutler "lt was the best of times, it was the worst of times. " Dickens l've had my ups and downs these past three years and I'll say "thanks" to everyone re- sponsible forthe ups. Regulus Advertising Staff 33 French tutor 2g Indoor Track 33 Outdoor Track 2, 3. Az., kj if GAYLE D. KAPLAN 51 Sharpe Road Culter "Some day--after mastering the winds, the waves, the tide and gravity--we shall harness for God the energies of Love and then, for the history of the world, man will have discovered fire." Teilhard de Chardin 'T-7 GARY STUART KAPLAN 86 Athelstane Road Wheeler "Sometime we'll know what's out there in the black beyond the window where we came in, and what's out there in the black on the other side, where it all seems to end." Maxwell Anderson AP 45. 'Q . Wnvf 14+ :Q 'llvfll , ii, Q .ft s.. -at 4. ,' 'A M Z ' - fl I "1 5' , -f if.t.""' '54, -- ROBIN KARLIN 20 Old Farm Road Goodwin EMILY KARP 85 Shady Hill Road Goodwin "Absence diminishes mediocre passions and increases great ones as the wind blows out can- dles and fans fire." "Make yourself the best person you can." MS Remember-Bic, Dune, Oz, Tuba, Purdy, Pinny, Brose. Concert Band, 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra, 1, AV Squad, 2, 3. JOEL KARSH 39 Parker Avenue Wheeler To someone special: Alone we find Solitude, Together we find love. " "OnIy in the future, will our minds discover the truth. " "Love comes as birth does . . . Knowing its own time. I will never forget math, junior year with the guys. AIMEE SUE KAUFMAN 31 McCarthy Road Goodwin "You give but little when you give of your possessions. lt is when you give of yourself that you truly give." Five years of an everlasting friendship of truth with ER, and LG. Learning and changing summer of "72". .1 SCOTT KASE AMY KAUFMAN 155 Woodward Street 39 Norwood Avenue Cutler Goodwin EVAN KATZ 970 Beacon Street Goodwin Ambition: To become someone and to emerge from life as a winner. Chess Team 72-73. HARVEY WILLARD KAUFMAN 68 Cynthia Road Goodwin "One may walk over the highest mountain--one step at a time." J.W. Debating Society 1, VP 2, Pres. 35 Constitutional Review Board Chair. 1, 2, School parlia- mentarian 1, 23 Social Studies Curriculum Review Board, Asst. Chair. 23 Foreign Language Curriculum Review Board, Stu- dent Rep. 2, Newspaper 2g Asst. Editorial Editor 3. KAREN PAULA KAUFMAN 110 Winslow Road Wheeler "Blondy" "A smile for every friend, a friend for every smile." Unforgettable: Fairway, our par- ties, WHAT?, special songs, de- cisions: SM, KA, crushes, Prom 72, Greatest friends, NCKNCK, summer 72, Roses, sweet dreams, cheering, 2 GREAT parents-sisters, DR-thanks. CODIWOV-RK. Most of all someone very special to me-GORDON. S lf' JAMES F. KAVANAGH 72 Plainfield Street Cutler "Kippa" "l will never be a total failure, I can always serve as a bad example." l'll never forget: The Corner, RH, MMO, PAT, MAC, SUL. VOSSY, RUT, WEASE, DUFF. KEN, DIP, MTQ, DG, RP, KK, RK, MP, MH: and the Park- ies-What a sick Bunch! And of course-"CS" Cape 72-Teddy, Candy, Chris-Clear Sky. Bud- dy's radio from Me 8- Teddy. R 4' -'Il LINDA MARCIA KAUFMAN 41 Marvin Lane Cutler "lf you want something badly enough you must let it go free. If it returns it is yours and you may love it forever, if not you never really had it in the first place." Hebrew College, BAYGL, Mass. Mental Health Center, Tutoring, French Club 1, 2, 33 Soph. Jr. Sr. Class Committees, Regulus 3. Thank You Friends. 'Ne- AUDREY KEAIRNES 160 Allen Avenue Cutler JIM KEATING 1818 Clovells Road Cutler "Our special thanks to the per- son who makes this all possible, 'God' if one." RICHARD WILLIAM KELLER 21 Van Roosen Road Goodwin "Minnash" "lt's been a long time coming." I'Il never forget BP, BC, SM, TL, HF, HC, Brookline, and all those good times we had together. Bazed anybody? Don't worry, I can buy! I leave to Newton South another Keller and . . . PAUL KELLY 15 Prospect Street Wheeler "Kel" "We are not permitted to choose the frame of our des- tiny. But what we put into it, is ours." I can't forget-Trip to France. Skiing, The Corner, "Brunch" Club, Weekends, and all the great times. Thanks to a lot of great people. Good Luck! Football 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH SWINBURNE KIRSHEN 166 Neshobe Road Goodwin "Peace is not the absence of conflict from life but the ability to cope with it. Anonymous ii I BRUCE KING 316 Winchester Street Goodwin fqgww-arf r F- lxy' YORIKO KISHIMOTO 1471 Centre Street Goodwin "No power of genius has ever yet had the smallest success in explaining existence. The per- fect enigma remains." Emerson EMILY INA KIRSHEN 145 Hagen Road Goodwin "Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the chil- dren of God." Cheerleading, Regulus, Prom '72, hon, Cafe Budapest, Minnie Bye Bye Miss American Pie, L8tM, October 16, 1971. MICHAEL L. KLINE 93 Brandeis Road Cutler l'll never forget Florida, the AS's, the summer of "72" and last but not least Farina Road and The Green. Lisa-past. present and future. Zity city club tvarsityj NOBORU KONNO I LEE HARLAN KITSIS 660 Saw Mill Brook Parkway Goodwin Three things I got from South have been: Socializing, Child Development wis, and Theatre. South has great advantages, I pity the poor soul who doesn't take them. I found one. ln the Strocture? As Senior, I made money during class. It's easy. Try it, You'll like it. Remember the Hill. 130 Dudley Road Cutler LORI KRAMER 'Q w i' T W V 65 Osborne Path Q V Goodwin 5 "Condemn no man and consid- er nothing possible, for there is l ture and there is nothing that does not have it's day." , The Talmud X1-x .., R9 51 DO fT'l8f'l who does not have 8 fu DEBRA KRAFT 40 Rolling Lane Wheeler "Debbie" "l am one, with a thought an idea. l become myself. l am one, with another in expressive solitude, we become two. I am one, with the shared emotions of others, we become many, " I'll never forget: JFK, BSR, 11 special summers, Feb. 13, '72, and RS. Qt! 5 h S. X. x 'R in u -S Z f-1 5'-7 72 f' -.4'f'.a RONNIE BETH KRESS 1.1 Puritan Road Cutler "Ronald" Remember: our parties mon- keys jiving, flatsy, Seemefeelme, diary, UVM '71, Tapestry, NYMSLHBK, Nude-on, cor- ner-Iove it or leave it, taxi, dingbat, friends '72, Wolper's 13- ch-ch-changes, well I never! but l'd like to. Unforgettable week-ends, fixups, drive in, cheerleading, dancing, ski- ing-Switzerland, ESI, GLC. 'F I ff llii','.,w ' lx ' in ,I i,.i,,i, ,,- W I fl'l'i-'7I'l'f'i'flfllirilfiSi. K i,w I-,,,,-iii PHILIP KRAMER 18 Bemuth Road Wheeler STANLEY KRAMER 127 Olde Field Road Cutler . . A talent we don't all have. A talent for looking back on what caused the greatest pain and laughing at it. A way to en- dure. Finally a way to thrive." 'VF DORENE KRIEKS 176 Warren Street Goodwin "Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope. " Robert F. Kennedy JULIE KRITZMAN 786 Chestnut Street Wheeler ROBERT FORREST KWASNICK 237 Dedham Street Cutler l'II never forget: the goal against Bedford and the win at number five against Brookline High in chess. Reporting for the hockey team: Interesting, but don't try it. Soccer 1, 2: Varsity 3: Chess 1: Treasurer 2: Captain 3: Newton Educational Workshop 1, 2: Sci- ence Dept. 3. til. i ,za LINDA ANN LALLI 125 Florence Street Cutler "To have loved and lost is bet- ter than not to have loved at all," I'll never forget the trips to Friendly's with BR, LB. I'II never forget the good times with BR, LB, KK, AP, AT. Long live the B's. Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2 .f-L JOYCE ELLEN LAMBERT 389 Woodward Street Goodwin "In love, we grew , . 9-20-70 and Alan, see me-Feel Me Pizza or Spaghetti? JCS, New Year's Day in New Hamp- shire, A summer to remember and a summer to forget! Two great friends, Jane and Russ. l'lI always cherish the beautiful times we spent together and the ones to come. Thank you my love. MARC HOWARD LAMPERT 63 Drumlin Road Wheeler "Success is composed not only of good ideas but also of the drive to follow them through to completion. " Greatest Ambition: To attend Medical School and become a great doctor. A dream through- out my entire life. French Honor Award, twice fig, KN nrfa i f RONA LANDFIELD 124 Arnold Road Cutler "thread--suns over the grey-- black wasteland. a tree-- high thought strikes the note of light: there are still songs to sing beyond mankind." '-'R' T8 TERRY LANE 5 Audubon Drive Goodwin "Let's take a lifetime to say l knew you well, " l'll never forget: summers down the beach. Belle, Mindy. Rhonda. Thanx Ricky. Con- fiding in one, advising the other. Doubling and whist. My favorite people: Holly, Debbie, Nancy. And especially to the one who is so very special to me, Jon. THOMAS LANE 25 Fisher Avenue Wheeler STEPHAN LANES 53 Great Meadow Road Cutler Soccer 1, 2, 3. ANNE MARlE LAPOINTE 1234 Walnut Street Cutler "Four things a man must learn to do lf he would make his record true: To think without confusion clearly, To love his fellow-men sincerely, To act from honest motives purely, To trust in God and Heaven se- curely." Many thanks for my wonderful family and fantastic friends for everything. JANE LAPPIN 73 Levbert Road Wheeler l Q ' -43 Ll. ROBERT ALLEN LAVENBERG 221 Upland Avenue Goodwin I shall remember distinctly: MC, AV, OY, MGM, MRS, RAL, SDH. CK, EK, AK, KKK, PR, Nude News special reports, NS, LS, DF, LG, To all my friends and teachers I wish all the luck in the world for the future. SUSAN JOAN LEACH 36 Ripley Street Goodwin "Sue" "I can't express this feeling of Happiness. There's so much I want to say, but the right words just don 't come my way." Always remember: Pam, Friday nights, parties, nova's, cotil- lions, GGR, NCM, "Mic," TJ's, CC where have the B's gone? Huh Nance! Good Luck Nancy 81 Elyse. Thanks Mom 8. Dad. ELLEN SUE LEARNER 177 Wiswall Road Cutler "While they quarreled, these two foolish crickets, and ban- died act with word, denying each, weighing their actions in terms of speech, the frost came whitely down and furred them both, the speech grew slower, the action nil, and, at the end, even the word was still, and God began again." -1 u . 4 JUDITH CAROL LEAVITT 233 Wiswall Road Wheeler "Ifl travel in a simple, primitive, original manner, standing in a truer relation to men, and na- ture . . . I so see the world from a new and more commanding point of view. Perhaps it is eas- ier to live a true and natural life while travelling. " Thoreau FREDERICK ARTHUR LEIN 10 Oak Terrace Wheeler "Logic is a woman's backside." Alexis Zorba Fall Production 2, 3, Musical 1, 2, May Arts 23 Concert Choir 2, 3, Track 1. 1 4 I - 'I' Q- , . i - ' s, . ' ' r 0 U M 1 1 u ' 'H A J 5 3 'is 1 .h i fa ':, sr 1, i J " ' 'F 3 , V .1 " N- ' 5 'F' - Q' af ' X I- v 1' x l, ix X , X 1 J ' 5.3, . s ' 1' FI' JUDY LEM 14 Parker Terrace Wheeler "Freedom is the absolute right of all individuals to seek per- mission for their actions only from their own conscience, and consequently to be responsible only to themselves, and then to the society." Thanks to all my friends, Mr. Ol- sen and Mr. Greenstein. Special thanks to my opposite, Linda. FRANCES M. LEPORINI 71 Parker Avenue Cutler "Fran" "May the long time sun shine upon you, All love surround you And the pure light within You guide you all the way on. " Always remember all my friends and especially DS . . . may all those good times last forever. JOHN B. C. LEM 14 Parker Terrace Wheeler "The mind is the man, and knowledge mind, a man is but what he knoweth." Francis Bacon I will never forget BH, MF, MC, MS, MP, RW, DG, PS, MBS, and JR. Macabre, immortal, what huh? Hello hello ooh Laven- berg! 'YN JAMES LERNER 119 Wayne Road Cutler "Jimmy" "A man's a man who looks a man right between the eyes. " Soccer 2, 3. Denebola 3. NANCY CAROL LEVIN 47 Lovett Road Goodwin "A spark is a little thing, Yet it may kindle the world." JSMPACMBPMSRL, Judy, and cat. Three years of happy mem- ories. Thanks to all. STEVEN MITCHELL LEVIN 67 Annawan Road Cutler "Since that moment, Goldmund possessed something he had not possessed before, some- thing he had so often mocked or envied in others: a goal. Per- haps he would reach it, perhaps his whole ragged existence would grow meaningful and worthwhile. This new feeling filled him with joy and fear and gave wings to his steps." Hesse 145 NANCY LESTER 37 Ashmont Road Cutler " 'lf that's all you know about it, you may stand down, 'contin- ued the king. 'l can't go no lower,' said the Hatter, 'l'm on the floor as it is' 'Then you may sit down,' the King replied. Here the other guinea pig cheered, and was suppressed. " ' r ROBIN L. LEVINE 590 Dedham Street Cutler I'll always remember golfing in the nyiands with Voc clubs-right Lisa? Searching for GG and SG, THAT special call later with BB, beginnings, pre- cious and few, the route with si- lence and no lights, EP, JS, LA, SS, KB, AND a special blonde- haired, blue-eyed Mann, June 11, 1971. .I LISA LIGUMS 76 Hartman Road Wheeler lt's a wild world I can't seem to forget, the woods 2, 4, 6, 8. Sniffles AB, Sue "Meet you face to face" Summer time CB, MR, SR, NG, MC, GM, Mark lt's Cool. lt's a masquerade, Mike. December 1971 was a good month Cary. Will it ever be the same again? Aaaooo DEBRA SUSAN LEVINE 79 Charlemont Street Cutler "Debi" "Your friend is your needs an- swered. When you part from your friend you grieve not, for that which you love most in him is clearer in his absence." Thanks to all my friends for being so great and under- standing, Special love to those with whom l spent my summers. S 111 1 NANCY RYNA LEVITAN 8 Louise Road Goodwin "What charms are there in the harmony of minds and in a friendship founded on mutual esteem and gratitutde. " So many worthwhile ex- periences to remember many roads behind, many more to go. Thank you-Debbie, Bob, my family affair, Debi Lilienthal, Rhonda, summer '72, two older men, four special friends. GREGORY S. LILIENFELD 85 Chestnut Hill Road Goodwin "No man is an island entire of itself, for everyone is a part of the whole, a piece of the main,- , . . Any man's death diminishes me. For I am involved in man- kind, so therefore do not send to know for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee." John Donne GUSTAF SVERKER LITTORIN Lindevad Sateri Skanninge Goodwin "Bort a bra Men Hemma Bast. It takes years to create dependability But it takes only seconds to destroy it It takes years to make friends But it takes only seconds to make enemies.' S. Littorin i PAUL LITWIN 133 Andrew Street Goodwin A JN it 0 'J CLARA LEE LUNDQUIST 218 Parker Street Wheeler "Be a person and have a good life." CHRISTOPHER LUCY 56 Carl Street Goodwin "The failures of great people in the past can only be redeemed by the actions of other people in the future." 'SEP' MITCHELL G. LUSTIG 304 Greenwood Street Cutler To all my friends who fly model airplanes may the weather al- ways be beautiful and for my thirteen foot hydroplane may the lakes remain calm. ROBERT LUSHAN 38 Deborah Road Goodwin -4 MICHAEL LUSHAN 51 Duxbury Road Cutler "Be not afraid to speak or lis- ten, Or be an individualg Reach out, disturb the "sounds of si- lence."' This is giving life your all!" What would happen if Newton South's Basketball team ever made the Tech Tourney? I leave to Newton South my Defense. l'Il never forget HR 5202, AK, FL. GARY W. MACKENZIE 101 Spiers Road Cutler Activities: Basketball 13 Baseball 1, Indoor Track 2, 33 Golf 1 MARJORIE JANE MADFIS 132 Country Club Road Goodwin "To every thing there is a sea- son and a time to every purpose in heaven. " Friends Amy, Robin, Shirley Quanset Sailing, "Sound of Si- lence" The Experiment et Ma Famille Suisse. Mon amitie with Shelley, "442 in 773" Picasso, Je voudrai dormir pres de toi." Regulus, Puddingstone Lane. -5 'Q ff Don't bother her! She's dreaming that she's studying for her math test. uw-. i lv' L ff F' I. ,,..' 41-1 HARRIET MADOFF 225 Arnold Road Goodwin MARGARET MALAMUD 711 Chestnut Street Wheeler l SCOTT L. MARIETTI 13 Abbott Street Cutler I leave at Newton South many beautiful people, memories and one sister Denise. I thank all who helped meg especially, JJ. PW, JS, AM, BM, AG, RD, DC. MH, PP, and to Mr. Lehner I wish many happy and success- ful years. DONALD JAY MALTZ 421 Waban Avenue Wheeler "Only the ideas you actually live are of any value. " Varsity Tennis Manager 2. ,f-'ff ff., I xt TONI MANCUSO 9 Whittlesey Road Cutler I wish I could start over and make up for all my mistakes. Carol and Linda Remember Grand Assembly of "72"? Best of luck to: LO, KS, CS, GV, RT, LM, RM, LP, DF, BM, LM, JW, DW, MW, JV. l'm crazy about him. Hey Garry, "Right hee!" ELLEN BAIMAS MARGOLIS 62 Pine Crest Road Cutler "Naki" It has been my burning desire since junior year in high school to surpass all goals that society predestines for women, by be- coming a highly specialized sur- geon. When I recall this mo- ment in the future, I hope I will be content having achieved my goal in life. LORRAINE HELEN MARTLIN 983 Chestnut Street Wheeler Never Forget: August 6, "71" and Billy, New England Drag- way, Cochituate with Larry, Front of School with Billy, MDBK with Joan, Christine, Toni and Mr. Maloney. And all my friends, DH, JG, LM, WM, RT, and always my big Billy, JOHN MASON 105 Wood End Road Wheeler JAMES MCCORRY 30 Shute Path Wheeler MAUREEN McDONALD 559 Boylston Street Goodwin CATHERINE C. McDONALD 34 Floral Street Goodwin Never forget: Dunkie's, the Pan- cake House, Cutler House Girls' Room, the gang and the Xmas party of '71, my olds' and cir- cles in the snow, the empty locker or the "pweety" pictures, Hey! RT, feel like doing some- thing crazy? Tennis maybe? How about bowling? MICHAEL ALEXANDER McDONALD 156 Warren Street Wheeler "Macka" l'II never forget: victory parties, good times with the "Guys," John "Duke" Wayne, "Hey Hymie Aroo!" "No Mikey," May 5, 1972. Most of all, Renee. Thanks to GW and AK. Football, 1, 2, 3, Wrestling, 1, 2, Captain 3, Lacrosse, 1, 2, Cap- tain 3. RICK MCLELLAN 5 Selden Street Cutler "Beyond that road lies a shining world. . The Fantasticks Thanks to Josh, Gary, Julie, Dan, Karen, who made each day worth being around for. "As you travel on through life, whatever be your goal, keep your eye on the tootsie 'cause that's what's in the hoIe." "That's all foIks!!" K I Q4 nxt, 1,151-t fe. A 3 ' 'z ,A L . , I X' A 'IK' it I . 1.fiiN RICHARD McMAHON 3 Moreland Avenue Wheeler Cross Country 33 Indoor Track 3: Outdoor Track 2, 3. JOANNE MARIE MEIROVITZ 54 Clark Street Cutler "Morning has broken Like the first morning Blackbird has spoken Like the first bird Praise for the singing Praise for the morning Praise for them springing Fresh from the word. " To all my friends, May you al- ways be in happiness. Peace, Love, and Sunshine. rl ARTHUR MELVILLE 31 Rockledge Road Cutler ELIZABETH MARY MELVILLE 31 Rockledge Road Goodwin Mac, Cat, Voi, meet me at the Flagpole. Good luck to CM PS SM AS CP SC MM JS PW TA EH AM and the rest of the Irish Mafia. Remember the pizza prom, the paddleboats, the Glick's party, and . . . I leave the cafe stage to Tom. Always re- member to "Never let school in- terfere with your education." DANIEL HAIG MERIAN 120 Dickerman Road Cutler My trip to Armenia was the best trip I have ever taken, and I look forward for many more trips to my homeland. In the years ahead I will work and strive to free my homeland Armenia from the savage Turks who have massacred the Armenians for centuries. Ping Pong 1, 2, Co-Captain 3. Q1 DEBRA ANN MIKELS 30 Tirrell Crescent Goodwin "Debbie" "We exist only in so far as we hang together. He had struggledg he had not hung on,' but he was aware of it with an in- tensity that made him touching, just as a man's more intense life makes his death more touching than the death of a tree. I happened to be handy, and I happened to be touched." French Club 1, 2, Pres. 33 Regu- lus Copy Editor 3, Fall Produc- tion 2. CHERYL ANNE MILLER 53 Mechanic Street Cutler "Reach out for someone, to communicate is the beginning of understanding." Plymouth, Kathy's black teeth. Diane's rip off, Happy Easter 72, Stewart's freezer, wanna go to a party, Goodwin corner. Good times with: KD, DG, CO, DC, KOB, PL, AJD, JW, DA, BL. Good luck KOB 81 BM, AD 8. JD ff, til '3 f'f MARCIA MILLER 23 Osborne Path Goodwin "lf you smile at me I will under- stand 'cause that is something everybody, everywhere does in the same language." l'll always remember Valencia for more than just being an or- angel Homeroom Representative, Junior Class Committee, Outing Club, Spanish Club, Field Hock- ey. PETER WILLIAM MILLER 45 Hanivich Road Goodwin "Sam" "Success is doing what one wants and doing it better than anyone else." I leave to NSHS: the last of the three Millers. Sports Editor, Denebola, Base- ball 1, 2, 3. STEVEN JOEL MILLER 231 Spiers Road Goodwin "Mila" "lmagination is more important than knowledge." Einstein l'Il never forget GAD, Min- nash, HF, TL, HC, IW, and SES, also all the great times with the BHS gang, especially BR and LS. The paints a com'in, Bazed! l'm there. What can I say? I leave to NSHS . . . nothing. EDWARD MOAN 69 McCarthy Road Cutler "Ned" Football 1, 2, Tri-captain 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Base- ball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3. BOB MORSE 124 Ridge Avenue Wheeler "lf only l knew then who l was now." "No headaches going to make me lose my temper. " l'll never remember to forget: Working at OCK, Stealing ideas from Gany, CFAD, Like like, transitions, the Blue Bomb, the Squid, Mr. B, Pass the grease please. Thank you very much. PATRICIA ANNE MULLEN 46 Aberdun Street Cutler "Patti" "There is no misery in not being loved, only in not loving, " l thank my family, friends and faith for helping me love life. Also thanks to South for in- troducing me to a really great bunch of kids. Uncle Roff at Cornell. Fever. l'lI always love swings and lemons. KAREN LEE MITCHELL 76 Cynthia Road Wheeler "Music is love in search of a word." "One song leads on to another, One friend to another friend, So l'll travel along With a friend and a song. " Concert Choir 2, 3, Vocal En- semble 3g Theatre Productions 2, 3, Denebola, Copy Editor 3, Faculty Award 2, S 'ix 'G-L i e . f ,X CARLA NASTRI 1667 Centre Street Goodwin "Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendour in the grass, of glory in the flowery We will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains be- hind." Good Iuck to my sister next year. l will always remember the good times I had with my friends. Cheerleading. "-'I 'Tag' ANN NARVA 31 Sevland Road Wheeler BONNIE NEWHOOK 1038 Beacon Street Wheeler ADAM NISSON 116 Plymouth Road Goodwin "A wonderful bird is the pelican, His bill will hold more than his belican. He can take it in his beak Food enough for a week, But I 'm damned ifl see the helican. " "He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much." Wrestling 1, 2, 3. LAWRENCE MARK NOGEE 61 Dedham Street Goodwin "Every passing hour brings the solar system forty-three thou- sand miles closer to globular cluster M13 in Hercules--and still there are some misfits who insist there is no such thing as progress." Soccer 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Regulus Advertising Editor 2. JAMES ROBERT NOYMER 45 Andrew Street Wheeler "Know the true value of time,- snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination! Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today." Chesterfield-Letters to his son Basketball 1, Soccer 1, 2, Cap- tain 3g Lacrosse 2, 3 PATRICIA ANN O'SHAUGHNESSY 1123 Boylston Street Cutler "Patsy" "Life is a mirror, frown at it and it frowns back, smile at it and it returns the greeting." Thanks to all my friends for making these years what they were. Never forget a weekend in Dennisport, Canada, and The Mansion on the Hill. Many thanks to my great family. 152 I X I f'it 3 .-:lf THOMAS GONZALES O'MALLEY 1047 Walnut Street Wheeler "We ought never to fasten our ships to one anchor nor our life to a single hope." Epicetetus The unforgettable days and nights with the "hole in the wall gang." To the times l've had with Holly and to the times we have yet to share. ..-a! CASPER OTTEN 53 Neshobe Road Goodwin JON RAYMOND OSHIMA 52 Berwick Road Goodwin "Soap and education are not as sudden as a massacre but they are more deadly in the long run. " Mark Twain ua.: STEVE OWENS 46 Waban Avenue Goodwin Hymie, Sal, Kell, Rut, Kipper, Ted, Voss, Mac t"hero of the beach"j, Duff, Dasie, Pat, Stark Naked, Fla. or Bust, KDITG. Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 35 Golf 1, 2, 3, Air Force Aviation 747. W Ai Q JAMES LOUIS PAGLIA 141 Cypress Street Wheeler I leave South with the impres- sion it has left on me, and my own impressions on lt. Sorry. Activities: Varsity Track 1, 2 Varsity Lacrosse 3 RENEE PARKER 28 Erie Avenue Cutler "Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat, at any time and be your- self." Fondest memories: Fall '70, Red VW, circle, "closer to home," BCPL. PC Parties-JH's-FFO New Year's '72-sharing. Can- ada, MJQ shoppingcarts. All the great parties with everyone, "walking down the road 2 by 2.", and Michael. THOMAS PAYNE 28 Waban Avenue Goodwin "Oh, the young pigs fly about the sky They zoom and dive and roll WRB Lunch and Brunch Club 2, 3, 4, 5. 153 PAUL L. PATTISON JR. 1238 Beacon Street Cutler l'll never forget all the great kids at the "corner" and all the great times with "The Gang", Football, victory parties, SL, cold frosties, BC etc, and all the memories that have made up the past three years. Football 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, 33 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 13 MICHAEL ANTHONY PENZO 39 Floral Street Wheeler "Fate gave to man the courage of endurance. " Ludwig Van Beethoven l'll never forget: "THE COUNT," "The Post," "EB," IMMOR- TAL," "SY." Football 2, 3. PAUL JEFFREY PEARL 361 Dudley Road Goodwin I don't think I'll ever forget some of the friends I knew dur- ing my three years at South. ELLEN PEARLSTEIN 206 Greenwood Street Cutler l'll always remember: "the rounds" and "Here they aren't" Right Ju? Looking for SG with NN and that unusual call, CC, Precious and few, working my way back to you. "47" and very special friends who made the years great RL, JS, LA, SS, MB, JB, AM, RO, MS, PS. Q 7' JOHN CHARLES PERSHE 5 Cragmore Road Goodwin "The true measure of a man is not the number of servants he has, but the number of people he serves." Arnold Glasow l'lI never forget "Ah, you are kidding, Pershe" because no- body will let me!! Track 1, Football 2, Gymnastics 2, 3: Denebola 3. 5 Y7 MEREDITH GALE PHILLIPS 41 Avalon Road Goodwin "Merry" "You are as prone to love as the sun is to shine, it being the most delightful and natural em- ployment of the Soul of Man: without which you are dark and miserable. For certainly he that delights not in love makes vain the universe, and is of necessity to himself the greatest burden." WLTSFTAF. 1. ri. 'F- . il. if l A X fi 2 ' I .LSE-, ' ' UT .VZ 4 DAN LOUIS PERLMAN 125 Lincoln Street Cutler "Listen my friendg lfl take your hand in mine, l may never let it 154 CAROL PHIPPARD 43 Hillside Road Cutler xfli ...A' .. K, l. ALAN PODUFALY 133 Winslow Road Cutler JOANNE LOUISE PORTNOY 27 Village Circle Wheeler "This is not the end. This is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. " l'lI never forget: ski trip to sug- arbush QMickey and Joy Aussie with EH and SY, working at the theatre, my friends CS, SS, RS, and someone special, WA. If you want a facial, you'll have to make an appointment! ' iii BEVERLY PRESCOTT 31 Oak Street Cutler 155 ff' BARRY MICHAEL PRITZER 557 Sawmill Brook Parkway Goodwin "Minnash" Ba'?ed! Beautiful! Unforgettable: BC, RK, SM, HC, SS, Fred's Class. My classes and teachers: some fun, some interesting, some wasted. JB's and screens. My friends from BHS, and the times we had. Love to all, LS, the big B, and Co. I leave to NSHS another "p" and many memories. JOSEPH QUINAN 69 Elliot Street Goodwin MARY JEAN QUINN 102 Neholden Road Cutler "You can give without loving, but you can't love without giv- ing." Best times: Winter 70 DT, House in NH Oct-8-1971 RP shoppingcarts Zack 81 3 Debs SA8tKA PD KD want ice cream? BC Parties. Library wall, Buck-Buck always-thank you Russ. Special love to my family, HEIDI RATNER 11 Fairhaven Road Goodwin "lf music be the food of love, play on. " Shakespeare Concert Band, Orchestrag NEW, Regulus Staff. JAMES REGAN 66 Egypt Beach Road Wheeler 1'-X53 Q I , - nt, 41,-' '. f i 5 SHIRLEY ANN REID 1083 Walnut Street Goodwin l've learned and will never for- get. Always remember MM, RB, AK, LJ, JS, and karate on Sat- urdays, above all FL, April 22, midnite talks and something special. Kaufie and the cafe, Psycho, THE ART, May Arts. Your friend can ask you what and you can answer "sort of." Right Ubl ELLEN JANE RICHSTEIN 170 Truman Road Wheeler "You never can tell how close you are, it may be near when it seems so far. Stick to the fight when you're hardest hit, it's when things seem worse that you mustn 't quit. " Five years of an everlasting friendship with AK and LG. Just remember that R. MARK A. RIFKIN 449 Parker Street Wheeler "Every government has, directly or indirectly, the power of life and death over any of it's citi- zens. By legislation, dis- crimination, and police action, it can make them rich or poor. By education, it can make them loving or destructive toward their fellow citizens or toward citizens of other nations." DANA M. RODMAN 107 Andrew Street Cutler . . for being a man is the con- tinuing battle of one's life, and one loses a bit of manhood with every stale compromise to the authority of any power in which one does not believe.-" Norman Mailer Open your eyes and say "ahh!" 156 JAYNE ELIZABETH ROGERS 60 Fisher Avenue Wheeler "A truly happy person is one who has something to be enthu- siastic about. " l thought high school was a big step, but I realize now that life has many bigger ones to take with help from my family and friends with whom l've had many great times I believe I'm able to face these new and challenging steps. '1--'r" ' r' 1 SHELLEY JANE ROSEN 30 Timson Path Wheeler "And in the sweetness of friend- ship let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasures. " The Prophet Thanks for the memories group! MSALMHCN POPMJRBSSGN LMD. And who could forget RFJFBSKMJL and all the rest. And most of all CGEJ. I'll never forget: Rubbish, McDonalds, Bi- kini next summer Marl! Musical 1, May Arts 1, 2, 3, Ten- nis 2. DIANE GAIL ROSENBERG 75 Cross Hill Road Wheeler "Di" "Happiness is like perfume, you can 't spray it on others, without getting some on yourself" l'll always remember: my fantas- tic summer of "72" in Europe, strawberry syrup, IOTA PHI, 5.000, letters, AFFBMF,-right Marge? Goop, IOTA convention "71", and to a very special group of friends, thanks for everything. DAVID ROSE 1254 Beacon Street Wheeler The corner 72, 73, PP, RD, JC. RS, RH, RT, PO, Mac, Rut, MMO, Carus, Rosy, Ronnie. Thanks Karen. Thanks for all the great times Marci, summer of 70, 71, this is the third year and not the last, xxx ,2 X lx A l ' i fx 5 jivffl 1 I A l' f X vi HL' l 15173 ,iv If N ,L N X . l l l . X 4,1 JON ROSENBERG 76 Miller Road Cutler "You may say l'm a dreamer, but l'm not the only one . . . I hope someday you will join us . . . And the world will live as one." Football 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Captain 3, ROBERT ROSENBERG 70 Great Meadow Road Cutler JOAN ROSENBURG 80 Rowena Road Goodwin "Sonny" "Some try to tell me, thoughts they cannot defend, Just what you want to be you'll be in the end." Summer of '72' and Uncle Rolf at Cornell, heads up, penny in the fountain. Activities: Field Hockey 23 Ten- nis 2, 3g French Club 3 157 .yj 3 -5 jg,-" 7 i X 6 LAWRENCE GENE ROSENBERG 22 Rokeby Road Cutler "Adieu, dit le renard, Voici mon secret. ll est tres simple: on ne volt bien qu'avec le coeur. L'essential est invisible pour les yeuxf' Saint Exupery -ff J . s 1 '14 fl .- .V vi, f. , - A a . V U ,..', 40N BARBARA ALLISON ROSENFELD 51 Marla Circle Cutler I'lI always remember: PM's graduation, AK's party-unex- pected "swim" with MP, mid- night walk to Brighamsg trips to Friendliesg PM's dog-LW, friends from north, AF, AB, BM, DL, IY, SB, and of course BD, EH, LB, LL, SS, CB, grandpa and the family. Thanks to all for the memories. DAVID F. ROURKE 45 Margaret Road Goodwin "Bumpy" ' 4 DEBRA ROSENDORF 167 Winchester Street Goodwin "Debbi" M.J.Q.'s house in New Hamp- shire, Summer 72, Iota, Senior Prom 72, Chino, New Years 72, Lisa's basement LTPSPSDLJZDEPSMJODREB, Rod huh Debi, To the person who made these last two years so great. Thank you Michael. HENRY FIOZYCKI 128 Clark Street Goodwin JODI SUE RUBENSTEIN 110 Louise Road Goodwin "She came, she saw, she con- queredf' l'II always remember: End of summer "72". 7-8-72, KW, DD, SC, HR with DR. I would like to thank my friends 'S BETH ROTHENBERG 100 Upland Road Goodwin lf!-,. xx i 1? VTR! for making these 3 years the most memorable part of my life. PS-I'll always be thinking of you. BARRY RUBIN 5 Keller Path Cutler NANCY ELIZABETH RUDEN 24 Mountfort Road Goodwin "Life is an island in an ocean of loveliness whose trees are dreams whose flowers are solitude. " JOEL SMALL RUBIN 154 Allerton Road Goodwin "Night her sable dome scat- tered with diamonds, Fused my dust from a light year, squeezed me to her breast, sowed me with carbon, stung my warp across time. Gave me each a horse, sunrise 8- graveyard, told me only I was her, bid me face the east closed me in questions built the sky for my dawn . . King Crimson I l INDIIN HW' HAI IN U-5'A- 3 L JONATHAN RUTLEY 138 Collins Road Goodwin MMO, SULLY, HYMIE, Charter House, Hoover Groover Head- quarters, Myron Cohen, the cape, the rock, Mac, Duff, Kelly, Voss, Teddy, Pat, DD, Never forgot. The past holds many memories, but the future has more. -7 SUSAN RYDER 33 Cragmore Road Goodwin I will never forget summer '72', my birthday, NG, LL, DK, JH, and PH, and all my other friends. Will always remember Blue Hills, all the fun in Braintree with Nancy, Lisa, "spk", Hondas, Harold, Glady's and give all my love to Jeff. Keep it in your sneaker! RUTH LINDA SALKOVITZ 689 Saw Mill Brook Parkway Wheeler "Ruthie" "Life is to be fortified by many friendships. To love, and to be loved, is the greatest happiness of existence. " How could I forget my good friends and all our good times? Richard, we've had so many great times together, I know there'll be more. Cheerleading. ELIZABETH ANN SAMPSON 30 Bernard Street Wheeler "Farewell to you and the youth l have spent with you. The noon- tide is upon us and our half waking has turned to fuller day, and we must part. And if our hands should meet in another dream we shall build another tower in the sky." Love to alll Bye. LAWRENCE CONNOR RYAN 130 Beacon Street Cutler Hockey 1, 2, 3, National Merit Semitinalist. 'U L -'mi 'OS PATRICIA A. SANDLER 330 Hartman Road Goodwin "Patti" ., Yesterday is but today's memory, and tomorrow is today's dream." Unforgettable 3 years: SAR convention, CR: iota: pledging, mummy, granny: Israel, cross- country "71", December "71", Mt. Snow, Xmas Eve, TMF, New Years "71-72", letters, calls, visits from N.Y., Butternut, N.Y. lAug.5 Colorado?, Europe "72", being twins. PAMELA JANE SANDLER 330 Hartman Road Goodwin l'll always remember: Straw- berry Syrup, Iota, Teen Tours "71-72," Israel "71", New Years Eve "71-72" with a bunch of great kids and one special person, How High, Lisa?, Pubie, Senior Prom "72", Telling all our hidden secrets: being twins, Wishing for a full ticket bottle, Thanx Philip, PS I Love you. MARILYN JEAN SAVAGE 35 McCarthy Road Cutler "Mal" "Be like the wind--Free and unending." Thanks to all my friends for the friendship and memories. I will always remember the good times when nothing was planned it just happened. Field Hockey: 1, 2, 3. JONATHAN SCHIFF 1550 Centre Street Wheeler .. today's Establishment is the modern equivalent of King George lll. lf it turns against it's own children, America will face a terrible ordeal." William O. Douglas Many thanks to: Jerry, Sue and Mrs. Bruyn, Marc Yanofsky, Paul C"Carry on"j Fishman, Mark and Mr. Arner. PAUL SAWIN 118 Parker Street Wheeler RICHARD SAWYER 24 Cross Hill Road Goodwin l'Il never forget: my math class with Mr. R, the fun we had with the boys, JK, MA, AC. The final, "go to 4208." When will LW be- come president. Summer of "72." My very own MGBXGT. Friendy's, the parking lot. MARTIN L. SCHERTZER 186 Woodward Street Goodwin "Marty" "Everyone has their own pad- lock on success, one just has to calculate the combination." Remember "YCDBSOYA!" We still can't eat lunch in Mr. Ar- ner's office? l'll always remem- ber: Summer of '72'g ML, BK, SC, CC, and 7 up! Most worth- while experiences: Musicals 1, 2, 33 "The Odd CoupIe": "Stop The World." Farewell NSHS!! NEIL MARTIN SCHILL 30 Saxon Road Cutler "Great works are performed not by strength, but by per- severance. " Samuel Johnson rxl CHRISTINE SCHROTER 103 High Street Goodwin Thanks: DG, JM, VK, TK, JW. and all the kids, and to a very special friend Bob. Never for- get: VA-71-72, Ping Pong and Glenn, New Years, Joey, Drags, suffa, ze ocean, RMSC, Wom- ens lib, DD's and Michael and all the good times we've had to- gether. Peter, l'm impressed!!! Favorite saying: What's that mean? BETH JANICE SCHULTZ 54 Brush Hill Road Cutler "Wisdom is the principal thing: Therefore, get wisdom, and with all thy getting, get under- standing." Proverbs 1V7 . . . And dreams of our moments together. Color my world with hopes of loving you. Love, Andy Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Dance Club 1, 2, 3, May Arts 1, 2, NEW 1, 2, 3. PETER SCHWARZ 42 Nickerson Road Wheeler "Pedy" There are no rules about leap- ing into the new because no- body has ever been there be- fore. Ti fjfnv' i' RHONDA BETH SCHUSTER 137 Wiswall Road Goodwin "Like a massive jigsaw puzzle without a frame, an episode of chaos, trial and error,--so are our lives . .. A place for every piece, though not easily deter- mined, in time we will fit and mold, be united and have meaning." Special thanks to my special friends-l've learned a lot. If you re wondering, tape parade. programmed the computer to give me a ticker BONNIE LEE SEGAL 33 Deborah Road Wheeler "Friendship is the shadow at evening, it grows until the sun of life sets." MARK RICHARD SHAFER 90 Adeline Road Cutler "lt's hard to face reality, espe- cially when it's shrouded in a cloud of masked events, emo- tions and words!" "Time it was And what a time it was lt was A time of innocence A time of confidences Long ago . . . itmustbe . . KAREN SHAMBAN 46 Larchmont Avenue Goodwin "We are coming into a new world-a kindlier world, where men will rise above their greed, their hate, and their brutality. The soul of man has been given wings and at last he is begin- ning to fly. He is flying into the rainbow--into the light of hope!" Charlie Chaplin CAROL ELLEN SHAPIRO 30 Sycamore Road Goodwin "You give but little when you give of your possessions. lt is when you give of yourself that you truly give. " l'Il never forget: LK, JP, DM, JD, and my four years in Barrabee. ,n. of3l'fj'.'. . .. . W- 19.13. , is SA '99s 53w..Afi'f 1, .'fA,.gl'.'fQ'5f 'ga ' 0' 'sf oipolw at - ' Q who Q '- : ?Ifg'f'f ' ' '1' ixf D -' " ?Qvf.'f.1?wb2.t1e ,.f:,.2.Z:g 2, SHERYL SHEINFIELD 209 Commonwealth Avenue Wheeler "Craz" I'II never forget the times with PG, PL, and others. The time at the movie with PG, JV, and RS. Good times with TG. The good times with EB, LZ, and others. Times with CS. The house sleep over and PK saying where do l put it. Times with RS and RT. JUDITH LOUISE SHERMAN 244 Arnold Road Cutler l'll never forget the summer of "71" with RL, AM, RO. what about the rounds EI? Don't for- get "here they aren't." What would happen if they were here? I will never forget summer "72" with special people, and thanks to all my friends for memories and 3 great years. PETER WILLIAM SHERMAN 73 Audubon Drive Goodwin "Sherm" "l am wiser than this man, for neither of us appears to know anything great and good: but he fancies he knows something, al- though he knows nothing, whereas I, as I do not know anything, so I do not fancy I do. rn Socrates "Huh", "What" Golf 1, 2, 3. DEBRA GAY SHERTER 30 Burdean Road Wheeler "Debbie" "True friendship is as wise as it is tender." The best times were JC's, nine great summers, NH skiing, hey EB, SP, FM, GT, the gray olds. the parkies-"Whoa back!" One happy family and the good times I had with all my friends. Vita.. ,X 3 RUTH ANNE SHPINER 816 Dedham Street Cutler LISA SHUBIN 79 Shady Hill Road Cutler BARBARA R. SHUMSKER 330 Woodward Street Wheeler "See the sunlight through the pine. Taste the warm of winter wine. Dream of softly falling snow. Winterskole, Aspenglow. As the winter days unfold hearts grow warmer with the cold. Peace of mind is all you know. Winterskole, Aspenglow. " John Denver CYNTHIA L. SIMONDS 3 Woodhaven Road Goodwin "Cindy" "Today is the tomorrow that I worried about yesterday. " l'll always remember: My three years at Newton South in one way or another. And two won- derful friends who have added a lot to my life. ANDREW BRAM SISSON 30 Margaret Road Wheeler "Experience is the name every- one gives to their mistakes." Oscar Wilde Never forget: "Boys! Boys!" "Let's get some saddle-soap!" "Extension!" Stamp and Coin Club 1, vice presidentg Math team, tutor 13 Foreign Languageg Science Curriculum Review Boards 1, 2, 33 Gymnastics 1, varsity 2, 35 Denebola 1, 2. FAITH L. SKALSKY 8 Silver Birch Road Cutler "Love starts when another per- sons needs become more im- portant than your own." Thank you Suzie for the great- est friendship. Favorite saying: "Suzie, l think that was the u!!" l'lI always remember 10-16-71. Chris-Thank you for all the beautiful times we spent togeth- er. Thanks to two special people-Rick and Marty. 163 RONALD SIEVE 24 Kodaya Road Cutler ye. ' . ' ,. . Qiflaffi. af 'QD ,off an Y-J KAREN SMITH 43 Cottage Street Cutler ,..-4' All 1 I , I! BOB SLOAN 95 Oakdale Road Cutler It's been awful quiet since the goldfish died. 3 PAUL SMITH 29 Carver Road Wheeler WENDY JOY SMITH 65 Westgate Road Goodwin "Friendship is a word the very sight of which in print makes the heart warm." RHONDA SUSAN SMOLAR 31 Donna Road Goodwin "Rhon" "lt's not how much we have But how much we enjoy That makes happiness." Never forget, The Center espe- cially with Ricky Summer 71-AS Party. PL and his rod. SS, Pool, JS, SM, and 5 yrs. of a beautiful friendship with Sltryl. Thanks to all my friends . . . GAA 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 3, Man- ager 2g V. Tennis 2, 3, Manager 3. MARK G. SMOLLER 21 Larchmont Avenue Goodwin I leave South with some great memories I shared with the Wa- ban Gang. MP, RG, RO, AM, BS, BD, CK, PM, and the mem- ory of VT lives on forever. I'lI never forget, DAS, New Years Eves, Halloweens, GTO . . . To The Waban Gang: Good Luck l l JENNIFER SNODGRASS 278 Lake Avenue Goodwin "My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue, An ever- lasting vision of the ever- changing view, a wondrous wo- ven magic in bits of blue and gold, A tapestry to feel and see, impossible to hold." 164 ..'l .:. .-1-I9 REBECCA SNIDER 24 Holly Road Cutler U 0 GAIL SOWSY 95 Harwich Road Cutler Three years of my life are gone, I can't appreciate them now. Some day, l'lI remember the people I've met and friends I've made. l'll ask myself, where are they? Thanks to my friends, my par- ents, and my grandmother for a wonderful three years. Jeff, I hope we're together always. ,919 i , In if l' I . 1 L Q l. JOSHUA D. SPARROW 15 Homestead Street Cutler 1 I i JUNE GAIL SPECTOR 110 Oak Hill Street Goodwin I'Il never forget: summers at Nantasket, all those SMASHING nights July 5, SC and BB. May 28, 1972, Kenberma, High Tide, Comfort Station, BB, PF, and a wonderful summer in Europe. ROBERT SPELFOGEL 40 June Lane Wheeler "lt is a tree of life to them that hold fast to it, and everyone that upholds it is happy. Its ways are the ways of pleasantness, and all its paths are peace." JOHN CHARLES STAULO 220 Woodward Street Cutler "Win without boasting, lose without excuse." Activities: Varsity Football 1, 2 tri-captain 33 Varsity Basketball 1, Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, La- crosse 1, Varsity 2, co-captain 33 Varsity Club 1, Vice President 2, President 3 rv-f-Q ri" Q -4' LAURA SPINKS 150 Ridge Avenue Wheeler "Lorenzo" "He held me in his arms, What could l do but linger, l ran my fingers thru his hair and a coody bit my finger." L. Tomlin 4-19-72 with NC, Frank, Christo. Rumakoka, VO, B, SG, BR, be- fore meets. I leave NSHS Buggy 8. Tuna. Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, 33 GAA 1, 2, 3. N .-s. . 1'-jig-i'?ff' . . .I ll fi.. .f-L"f',4.. 3' 'Jw ts . ,f 3. . ri' . 2 5 , .":"-'..', ,L wap- ,jj ' ,.p.. "'.' t- '4. fc, v fly., . ., .V 4, nl.- -vu ltfl,..- - .rye . .. 01-Hg' 1 l-,X 1 SUSAN CAROL STERNBURG 23 Longmeadow Road Wheeler "Look not for beauty or fairness of skin, But look for the heart that lies loyal within, For beauty will fade and skin will grow old, But the heart that is loyal will never grow cold. " MARTHE B. STEEVES 10 Kingston Road Goodwin "Face an insane world with laughter: You will either be thought a fool and under- estimated or thought a genius and revered" Anthany Stark To Deb, Fran, David, Faith, 8- Charlie-l love you all, be good. JUDITH ANNE STEFFENS 169 Allerton Road Wheeler "Judy" "Today is the tomorrow that I was worried about yesterday, " No. 27. Good things come in sixes. Sacred Heart basketball games getting rowdy. NSHS parties, pool 72. Dunkies B- Block, Mush good times Math class 72. Splash my watch! Al- ways late. Going to reform someday. Weekends. NSHS it's been real. 13 -4' -n.'.qi. ...... .. AMY FAITH STOLOFF 20 Sun Hill Lane Goodwin "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has courage to lose sight of the shore, " Things I'Il never forget: going on that double date with Emily, painting a float land ourselvesj with Ellen at the May Arts Festi- val, and Cheryl's bike. JEFFREY LEE STOLOFF 20 Sunhill Lane Wheeler Misery is parking with a date on the back seat ofa motorcycle. Always remember this past summer at Nantasket with Ei- leen and the trip to Sebago with Phil, Al, and Jan. MARCIA STIEGER 115 Manchester Road Wheeler Xtlf ix tiff if RICHARD STOMBERG 157 Lincoln Street Cutler JEFFREY STONE 81 Sharpe Road Cutler MARY LYNN STRAUSS 173 Pond Brook Road Goodwin "Years pass by and only memo- ries are left to be remembered. " Never forget Mexico "71, 72." JAG, MS, DLG, and JSS, thanks for being there. To all my friends thanks, and to that spe- cial someone I love you. Spanish Club 1, 2 Pres. 3, Soph. Class Comm, Jr. Class Comm. . rig . Tl ! MARY ANNE SULLIVAN 5 ' 93 Halcyon Road Q " Goodwin "Enjoy Life, i Don 't hurry, l'm no fool. Let them take these ridiculous pictures! MARK A. STURNICK 25 Acacla Avenue Cutler "There is an incessant influx of novelty into the world, and yet we tolerate incredible dulness. " Henry David Thoreau Hockey 1, 2, 33 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2 Captain 3g Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. rl 'TA Don 't worry and Don 't forget to smell the flowers along the way MICHAEL S. SULLIVAN 85 Thurston Road Goodwin .YF Fm 25 Maple Park Bruins Tickets. I leave N.S. my little sister Ill never forget: the dump the "wall" and Fr. Bob and friends DC, PT, JB KR TH RL SG, CO, DR, RF, JO RD DAP DD, FM, SM, MP, DC MC RT BK, BC, DD, CCCC 64 RICHARD SULLIVAN Goodwin "Sully" MMO, Hyme, Rutt, Stock naked Golden Bear. The Rock Hoov for Pres. Charter House 224 225. Dedham Drive In Falcon Deep Freeze. "Nothing But TroubIe". Flo or Bust Can t tell ya. Pancaker. Intermission MM MMO, RH, RDJRRHRUPK wrestling, 1, 2, 3. Golf 2 3 WILLIAM SWIGGART 452 Woodward Street Goodwin LISA TANNENBAUM 30 Hartman Road Wheeler "Little things can often be the biggest things in someone's day." Right DL? Iota convention, mount snow, snowing-huh Pat- ti? New Year's Eve "72", my basement, how high Pam? With who-DR., summer of t'72" with MDP. To a special group of friends, Thank you, Majorettes: 2, 3. RICHARD JOHN TEDESCHI 961 Boylston Street Wheeler "Teddy" l'll never forget: The corner MMO, Pat, Mac, RH, Sul, Rut, Wease, Duff, Kel, Vossy, MJQ, Dip, DG, RP, KK, RK, MP, MH, "The Park too". Cape "72", Jimbo, Chris, Candy. Let Buddy enjoy his radio at the track. MBTA ride Arlington, Boylston, Sept 15, 1972 Upper Falls play- ground, "The Keg." Riverboat Wease. BC Dorm, and of course CC. Sports: Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 4.40 JANE M. TARICANO 21 Nathan Road Wheeler "She does it with more grace, but l do it more naturally." ACSM and all the good things that came with it, especially LM 8- VF. Summers with SG 8. SK. Field Hockey, 3, MARK S. TARICANO 21 Nathan Road Wheeler "Foreign travel ought to soften prejudices and liberalize a man's mind, but how many there are who seem to have travelled for the purpose of get- ting up their rancour against all that is opposed to their no- tions." Gymnastics 2, 3, Track 25 ACSM basketball 1. i if i JILL TEMKIN 47 June Lane Goodwin "You have to believe in happi- ness or happiness never comes." l'll always remember all my friends that have meant so much to me. You know what I mean-smile. ' L .-ei MARY ANN TEMPESTA 149 Oak Street Wheeler l'lI never forget June fourth "72" with AB, JT, and every- thing that happened in one day and meeting Gabe C. and his going away party his friends gave him July 29, 72 and going out with GC, getting lost and never knew where we were go- ing. Mary Ann and Gabe "72" RUSSELL DAVID THOMPSON -1141 Walnut Street Goodwin "We get into the habit of living before acquiring the habit of thinking." Camus Born by Northern Lights. JAMES THORNE 18 Aberdeen Street Wheeler DAVID B. TENNANT 33 Brewster Road Wheeler rf? Kd I im. AMY ROBERTA TICHNOR 104 Country Club Road Goodwin "This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow as the night the dayg Thou canst not then be false to any man." William Shakespeare STACEY ANN TIGHE 1629 Centre Street Cutler "A poor man is not one who has little, But one who desires much. if you can just remember that no human condition is ever permanentg then you will not be too overjoyed in good fortune, nor too sorrowful in misfortune. Nothing dries faster than a tear. Only its memory remains." MARK S. TILDEN 26 Harwich Road Wheeler "Trust like the soul, never re- turns once it has gone." A fine ten days in France. Soccer 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. u ' V .. A , 'I , ug . . I vital ' E ' 'i 1 .f:.',., J. I V , . aux? ' . ,W . t 5 . , RICHARD TILKIN 15 Cousens Circle Cutler "Lead your own life, for you die your own death." Baseball 2, 33 Varsity Club 169 Q I II" ROSE-MARIE THOMPKINSON 979 Boylston Street Wheeler ROBERTA LEE TREHUB 289 Cypress Street Cutler "lf I gave you everyhing that I owned and asked for nothing in return would you do the same for me as I would for you. Oh, take me for a ride, strip me of everything including my pride. but spirit is something that no one destroys . . Traffic LAUREN TOFIAS 81 Ridge Avenue Goodwin "We are all individuals, each different, but how--there are so many of us? You must live every minute as full as possible. Your mind makes the difference--it can overcome the rest. Be healthy, happy, live, love, un- derstand, and care." Hey Elsy-exactly what is a field hockey?'?? Field Hockey, co-captain, 1, 2, tkneej, 3, Gymnastics, 1, 2, 3, Dance, 1, 2, 3, Union sec, 2, GAA, 2, VP, 3, cheerleading. LINDA TULSKY 192 Spiers Road Wheeler "No lake so still but that it has its wave, No circle so perfect that it has its blur. I would change things for you ifl could, As I can't, you must take them as they are." KAREN SUSAN VASIL 3 Carver Road Goodwin "BuelIa" Love to Rock and Louie, the Big 3, "Ktays", The good ole days. BRUCE TRAGER 30 Pine Crest Road Cutler Courage et patience Profes- seur! Well David . . . EEC notes on 3150, Jane, Nadine, Amy, Kostas, Nikes. Mr. Andrews I sprained my ankle, Kenny l'm crying! Julie we missed the bus again! I love you all! JANE ALISON VENGROW 15 Audubon Drive Goodwin "I get by with a little help From my friends . . . . . . As I go sailing through the sun, on my way toward life. " McKuen-Beatles My heart is filled with the mem- ories of many happy ex- periences. Thank you. Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Dance Club 1, 2, 3, Regulas 1, 2, 3: May Arts 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2. :O 7.-1' A ' GARRY MICHAEL VLASS 12 Spring Street Wheeler Boom! Ajou, Cu! Good Bundt Right He! No, but I'm breathing hard. The zone, Drunkies and Brew! TM, PF, LO, Tommy and Nan, Curt and his peugeot, 9F, The Ferocious Ford! The Vlas 2's, Winthrop, the big F in Gym. Good Knees. Goodbye NSHS 4 ever. WAYNE ALBERT VESPA 14 White Avenue Wheeler "To live is to learn, for good or for bad." Thanks for the lessons. Good thoughts . . . The wall, Summer of 72. Bad thoughts . . . Dieting to 165. DH, JO, Bumpy, Brillo V- Parties AK, GW, Thanks. Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Wres- tling 1, Varsity 2, 3. . . I . A DONNA AlDA VOLPE 444 Winchester Street Cutler Watching the discipline of the tides, with their rhythm, we can surrender our fears, reminded that we are part of the universe and live within the pattern of an order that is beyond our con- trol. Tennis, G.A.A., 317, 3 summer breezes, frogs and friends. 475 NEAL TAYLOR WALDMAN 42 Stanley Road Goodwin "Why do today, what you can put off until tomorrow?" LYN WALDMAN 5 Southwick Road Goodwin "We were so turned on you thought we were takers. " DB. J.P.S. PHILLIP WALLACE 6 Summer Street Cutler JULIA ANN WANK 40 Cochituate Road X' Wheeler x Prediction: Buella, DaRock, and DaLip will someday own a large black sedan. I . 5 9 '.lt2" 1 1 " 4' ' F' 2 1- - i ll C, il 'L I: 3 . 'fx x I ,, 1. rf, ,, 1 1 1 KAREN ANNASTASIA WARSCHAUER 64 Fuller Street Cutler AILEEN WATERS 1093 Walnut Street Goodwin Susan, Tabitha is ugly! BM, JS, TG, BV, SZ, TA, RS, MD, RR, MB, and the others forgotten. The search is endless and the beat goes on. Good night Susan. RANDY O. WAYNE 260 Spiers Road Goodwin "Peace, Peace! he is not dead. he doth not sleep--he hath awakened from the dream of life." Shelley To sum it all up, Stage, Bruha- hahahahahah, a beautiful Har- ley, getting my license, peanut butter and crumbs. Foo-birds, Freaks, grease, undertakers and Goucho. "I've got no ex- pectations to pass through here again." DEBRA ANN WENNING 10 Manchester Road Wheeler "lf you can'f be yourself you're nobody." DDB, JR, FL, MS, JG, BH. Sum- mer '71. Joanne-you're a beautiful person-remember the good times with "Cusack" and Cuddogs party! To a very spe- cial person-Michael, thank you for everything. Cheryl-you're the best sister anyone could ask for. "OS!" "LB" DAVID H. WEISMAN 112 Ridge Avenue Goodwin "The world's great men have not commonly been great scholars, nor it's great scholars great men." "Knowledge and timber shouldn't be much used till they are seasoned." Oliver Wendell Holmes DAVID GARY WENGER 1160 Chestnut Street Goodwin I will never forget the great times I've had these past three years with PW, JJ, JS, DD, MG, BD. The summer of "72" in Ogun- quit with Don who loves to "pull podufalys." KENNETH WERTHER 84 Carlton Road Cutler "Hard work may never have killed anybody, but why take chances?" The good times with all my wonderful friends-special thanks to Mr. A. and Mr. C. Ok- lahoma, Zorba, Fantasticks, Warrior's Husband, the Odd Couple, Lewis, Amy, Sue, and Joe-WHAT HAPPENED?? Thanks Russ. PHILIP A. WESALOWSKI 10 Mechanic Street Cutler I will always remember July 4 with Jeff and Al. And Point Sa- bago with Al and Jeff, Jan, Jan's tent tNoah's Arkj inside out. Thanks to my friends Jeff S, AI G, Jan J, Scott M, Art M, Paul S, Beth M, Pat and Audrey S, Mej, Kathy I, Peggy C. Thanks to the sweetest teacher in this world, Miss. Morretti. CINDY LORI WEST 80 Farina Road Wheeler "Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. " "Each dawn is a new begin- ing." Memories: Summers 71-MF-72 HH Florida-SS Iota convention Bowdoin weekends, my closest friends and most of all, a cer- tain someone always special to me, Howie. ,Q 35 LINDA WHALEN 22 Cottage Street Goodwin As time goes on I realize just what this means to me. Colour my world with hope, happiness, and love. Eiddie I love you. MARC J. WEXLER 53 Oxford Road Wheeler "To suffer woes which Hope thinks infinite, To forgive wrongs darker than death or night, To defy Power which seems omnipotent Neither to change, nor falter, nor re- pent, This is to be Good, great and joyous, beautiful and free. This is alone Life, Joy, Em- pire, and Victory." Prometheus Unbound, Shelley 9? E hu...- My hands won't give my age away. JOAN MARIE WHITE 528 Boylston Street Wheeler LOVE ME? I Leave to NSHS one hectic year at Natick High, Ma- loney House tall of themb, math, two custard donuts and a chocolate milk. Never forget: MDBK, BOB twherellj TONI D, NH, oseola, 9 High St., Patti's MV CS LM. G. BLAST BOO- BISZA New Year's day night "72." LET'S GO OUT FRONT. DIANE NANCY WIEST 40 Waldorf Road Goodwin "What's life without love?" l'm crazy about JIMMY! I'Il nev- er forget: 12-18-70, the Hlds. kids, the wall, Stay Awhile, sen- ior prom 72, cavalry with JC, Maine, Beach Boys, All my friends, and all the Great times with JGO, Thanks! Majoriettes 1, 2 Capt. 3, Gym- nastics 1, 2, 3, Regulus 3, GAA 3' Jr. Class Comm' French Club 1, Work Study 3. 173 Q I mmf- p-..-...--u-1--lv LYNN WILLIAMS 1301 Centre Street Goodwin "When you part from your friend, you grieve not, For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber from the plain." Gibran PAUL MICHAEL YEN 15 Bank Street Wheeler "lt is the mind in us that yields to the laws made by us, but never the spirit in us." MICHAEL WINSTON ,Q ' . f x In , il! 394 Langley Road A X 2, xxx ll Wheeler T 110 I 5 'lx I '6 S 1 l ifv I 7,8 if . ga' if " ' ' KL f ' 'Z '-E, ff' Qs. l 1'V gl .,x'X' ,iff 'X L ' j X N 1 "0 - 4 1 , A ' 1 F3-7 ' 'WNlUU'liteQ lg 1 1 J I A 7 -I X "'!i': rv- E 1' I I 5 A u -0. if , .' . I I N IIIIII ts- f f X I I Q x 'gg 5' fi fi J I I I . N rx f .1 f I N 1-lx t 3 X -s-1 I L ' f Z A "', I ' X ga-':1,f222i..13g3 f - . f 2 'ggiffgif ggi . ' F 599' J 'Y-"fx at .n , KAREN WISEL 28 Olde Field Road Cutler 7-8-72 JR, SC, DD, Summer 71, 72. Ride home beach JR, OMF, Rest Area, staying at SF's on Sunday. The best times with JR, SF, the slippers RL, LA, RR, LG, LM, Savoy Brown 5-27-72, 8-26- 72, BA, SF, CH, great times with Craig and the Dart. Thanks for everything Craig. MARC YANOFSKY 43 Gate House Road Goodwin ESTHER NATALIE YOFFA 24 Gould Road Cutler "ES" Speaking from Israel, Remem- bering, Band 11, CC 1, 2, Good O'Levy, all he for me in MT also, JC, LS, EF, AR, I love you all. ELIZABETH MARY YOUNG 880 Chestnut Street Goodwin "Liz" "He that hath no musical in- struction is a child in Music, he that hath not letters is a child in learning: he that is untaught is a child in Life." Epictetus Field Hockey, Volleyball, GAA, Badminton, Basketball, Regulus ft! -l R I f ft 'Ti , s 'J ,: ,HIV "7f6.5.2 ,- og-, .- 1, :At--..A wif N ,f .., . N E . , .50 'gfijffil TAC.. A -f. -?:' 'E-3-0-5.1 -5,1 3 B 2 '.r'x" -'.f N'i:foX'l: I 'Cv "Fw L :TJ-0 ?':L0- .le .5 ,.., JOYCE S. YOUNG 22 David Road Cutler "The ocean water comes up to the shore, and washes away the imprints of love, that had once been there . . Friends that made it possible for me this year BC, SR, JL, FE, Block F History a life long friend, and to that special someone, MS, thank you. SHELLEY ELIZABETH YOUNG 12 Jules Terrace Goodwin "Two roads diverged in a wood, and l-l took the one less trav- elled by, and that has made all the difference." Robert Frost Fondest Memories: Two special friends JK and HC. Summer of 71 in France. French classes with MS. Working at Woolworth's. JP, CL and EH at Aussie. Working on Regulus. THOMAS IRVING YOUNG 54 High Street Wheeler Favorite saying-"Hey Pal". l'Il never forget-playing buck- buck, GV, SN, CA, TJ, Mr. Wick's Dolly. Ambition-Nah, stock cars. I leave to Newton South High School-my brothers and sister and my Bow-legs. Moment of Madness-Oct. 9, 1971, NOB. I am crazy about-Nan IGS CLARK LYMAN ZIEGLER 103 Waban Avenue Cutler "Cochise" "Giving in is no defeat Passing on is no retreat Selves are rnade to rise above You shall live in what you love Piet Hein Thanks gang. MELANIE ZISKEND 116 Wayne Road Goodwin STEPHANIE DWYER 24 Ripley Street Wheeler "Beauty may be skin deep but ugliness goes straight to the bones." Back in the old GGR. After SH this, why me?? Jack of all trades, master of none. Eng- land, "72". Semper ubi sub ubi. C'est ennui. Maybe next year. Auf Wiedersehen. 175 JUDITH ANN ZACKMAN 15 Carlisle Place Wheeler "Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the more it will elude you, But if you turn your attention to other things, it comes and softly sits on your shoulder." Much love and many thanks to my family and friends who made these three years memorable ones. 'MJ DANIEL ANTONELLIS 1054 Walnut Street Cutler STEPHEN BARSELL 698 Beacon Street Wheeler PEGGY STINCHFIELD BRAASCH 149 Dorset Road Wheeler JANICE BRONSTEIN 1388 Walnut Street Cutler NANCY JEAN CAFFRAY 21 Avery Path Goodwin STEPHEN CHADIS 52 Elinor Road Goodwin RICHARD CHARLOFF 306 Country Club Road Cutler BRUCE CORLEY 1665 Centre Street Wheeler AMY CORWIN 87 High Rock Terrace Goodwin MARGARET MARY CROWLEY 1093 Chestnut Street Goodwin PAUL DIXEY 23 Stearns Street Cutler SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES DEBORAH DOWD 87 Collins Road Cutler THOMAS EGER 1173 Chestnut Street Wheeler JEFFREY FISHER 14 Kippy Drive Goodwin JOANNE FOULKROD 54 Goddard Street Cutler MARC GERSTEIN 17 Drew Road Goodwin CATHERINE GILLES 667 Chestnut Street Goodwin LOUISE GLOSS 39 Village Circle Goodwin LORI GOLDBERG 234 Greenwood Street Goodwin NANCY GOLDBERG 119 Pond Brook Road Cutler RICK HAHN 60 Hartman Road Goodwin CINDY HOLLIS 361 Dedham Street Goodwin 176 KATHERINE HOWARD 7 Norman Road Cutler ELLEN HOWARDS 94 Shady Hill Road Cutler JOSHUA HOWELL 16 Kingston Road Wheeler LILIAN JAMES 1137 Boylston Street Goodwin HAROLD JOHNSTONE 23 Winter Street Cutler LESLIE JUNDA 85 Pine Ridge Road Cutler AMY RUTH KAPLAN 39 Norwood Avenue Goodwin SUSAN LAPUCK 8 Lovett Road Cutler ALBERT LAZARUS 18 Fox Hill Road Goodwin GREGORY LEONARD 5 Aberdeen Street Cutler DEBORAH LILIENTHAL 93 McCarthy Road Cutler JUDITH LIMENTANI 30 Winnetaska Road Wheeler KENNETH E, LONDON 717 Boylston Street Goodwin FRANK LUZINSKI 23 Forest Street Goodwin LAWRENCE MAHONEY 38 High Street Wheeler NEIL MALLEN 47 Glen Avenue Cutler JAMES MALLIOS 17 Chester Street Goodwin VIKI MILLS 43 Jacobs Terrace Wheeler ANDREW T. 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NEWTON SAVINGS BANK Growing with Newton for Over 140 Years A Good Place to Work Best Wishes to the Class of '73 Mr. and Mrs. William Ratner and Family with Best Wishes to the Class of '73 Dr. and Mrs. Roger Lester 07a,aA.4,' ,nfl-44cf'fD4'f'a,,6L, ful!-0 43 -,gudjfauw JIQAA 4, f,0iaLZJ A-.4 ' 514412. a2McL4,a.aw-'icy' , ,awfw 44,4,4zTcf+,-a,a.!f.4- 6 ' Qivwbwfawffi' +f44amA:ALA. A4Qa. 'JZ2 ia. Q Q , 195 SOUTH P CIFIC RONALD COIFFEURS 901 XVALNUT STREET NEXYTON. MASS. Opposite A 8: P Parking Lot At -1 Corners 527-3291 527-9155 CHINESE RESTAURANTS Open 'Til 2 AM. fmt-.5 i R S 'I11:3O AM.-3 PM. 51 unc een pew Newton Flower Shop ORDERS TO TAKE Our - CATERING 899 Walnut Street tat four corncrsi Newton. Mass. 02161 275 EASTERN AVE. 1152 BEACON ST. TCL 537-3900 MALDEN, MASS. NEWTON, MASS. 324-3340 332-7250 eos RizzA Echo Bridge Service Station JADE ISLAND Polynesian and Chinese Cuisine 1010 CHESTNUT STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS, MASS. Road Service - General Re?ZIirinLgiA- Inspection Station H496 ' A '-' Q sl? E s E CE R , : a 5 5 BEACON SHELL srArloN : 5'5-' "V . '?"5::- -i '. 355' ' 2 QE ti. NX! Uitlizi: . 2 Omg' - : V..?'5.1 X Ag, V 4 EE: lx -x Four Corners :aa .Sfq ?':1gj-, " Compliments of J.B.W. Associates 436 Brookline Street Newton, Mass. 196 SELLEW ENTERPRISES INC. FAIRWAY SPORTS WORLD Rt. 9, NATICK Golf, Bowling, Pool Club Phone 653-5820 Stuart Murray P.G.A. Compliments of Clay Chevrolet 431 WASHINGTON ST., NEWTON CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1973 Raytheon Company Waltham Plant Equipment Division 20 Seyon Street Waltham, Mass. 02154 LEATHER WORLD 30A LANGLEY ROAD NEWTON CENTRE Fine Luggage, Leather Goods, Gifts ABOTS 743 WASHINGTON STREET 332-6519 NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS 02160 BRAMS TIRE 252 Walnut St. Newton, Mass, SOUND SAVINGS Radial Tire Experts Richard H. 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