Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1974
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We dedicate our yearbook to the hope that
the graduating class of 1974 will live in a
world of peace.
EDWARD M. KENNEDY
'mfnifeb States Senate
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20510
Octob er 17, l973
Graduating Class of Newton South High School
May I congratulate you all on the occasion of your graduation
from Newton South, and wish each and every one of you all the
best in your future endeavors.
As you leave your school, you are graduating into a nation that
finds all its institutions under stress and challenge. More today
than ever before in our history, Americans are questioning all our
institutions -- the home, the school, the family, even the church.
These challenges to our existing institutions are entirely healthy
and welcome because they are the vital forces that keep our institutions
responsive to the people and their basic needs, the forces that help each
generation strike the proper balance between progress and reaction.
For the young men and women who graduate this year, there are
many challenges and many opportunities to improve the quality of your
own lives and our institutions as - our families, our schools, our communiti
will all benefit by the energy and creative involvement of today's graduates
throughout our Nation.
The years ahead are exciting and full of promise, and I know every
member of your class will make proud contributions as your generation
assumes the leadership of our Nation.
With my best regards to you all,
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THE TYPICAL NEVVTGN
SOUTH HIGH STUDENT
What is the typical Newton South student. the real "South-
A newcomer to Newton South would see the typical Newton
South student wearing a blue and orange varsity jacket and
spending three fourths of his time at 'jock corner". . .
He would see the typical Newton South student con-
scientiously carrying hoards of books. balancing a pencil
behind one ear and not leaving the school's library until
5:00 p.m ....
The "Southie" is the one whose daily schedule begins at
10:03 a.m. and ends promptly at 10:52 a.m ....
A typical Newton South student is an inhabitant of the
famous South landmark. set behind majestic rocks - "the
The "Southie" is one whose main goal in life is in dragging
down Brandeis Road . . .
He is the one who is a champ at flipping green peas into
barrels from a distance often yards in the cafeteria . . .
The typical Newton South student spends much of his time
at extra-curricular activities meetings . . .
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student. but rather is there a typical Newton South student?
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Gottlieb. Nlariorie tireene. .lodi Hackel. William Hilliard. Sheryl Kralicliick. Jeffrey Lawson. Andrew Liixin. lielisa Martin.
Lisa Pliau. Jonathan Platt. Charles Pomer. Kathryn Reck. Judith Rollins. Richard Ronianow. Robin Schlager. Steven Selih.
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Elizabeth Nlcllonougli. lzric Montgomery. Andrew Peake. Susan l'erlmulter. Jeanne Piuoglio. Jane Pritzker. lillen Rome
Anne Rosser. Peter Safner. Daniel Schefl. Mark Schwartz. Gale Shahon. Esther Silverman. Cheryl Simonds. Steven Stone
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Goldsmith. Rochelle Gottlieb. Allen Jaques. Rynel Johnson. Amy' Kenner. Cynthia Marcus. Robin Mattliews. Allison
Ostrom. Barbara Sacks. Michael Saich. Lauren Seder. Suzan Shapiro. Carol Sugarman' Peter Tennant. John Tornabene.
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John Atkins. Joyce Berkman. Candace C aterino. Andrew Cerier. Jonathan Cohen, Susan Corkin, Karen Cox. Jonathan
6108 Flax. Matthew Freedman. Laurence Groipen. Philip Grossman. Spyridon Harakas, Cheryl Kates. Maria Kontis. Deborah
Lane. Robert Lent. Gertrude Manson. Peter Maples. Eli Marcus. Steven Marcus. Thomas McMahon. Karen Noymer.
Judith Oshry. Robert Pasiner. Carolyn Rubin. Stephen Rubin. Jill Salow. Emily Schulman. Robert Sisson, Jeffrey Spinks.
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Korncgay. Ann Lcsky. Richard Levy. Carol Maltz. Edward Morrison. .lay Palmer. Joel Parness. Debra Pilavin. Howard
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Marcia Miller, Sharon Turpin. Phillip Horowitz, Lori Silver, Debbie Pilivan, Wayne Kaufman, Denise Garcia. Randi
Kaplan, Carol Kaufman. Third Row: Mark Rubin, Steve Burns, Doug Baird, John Schwartz, Jon Sandman, Bill Tarter.
Missing: Karen Kirschtel, Lisa Martin.
First Row: Jill Saylo. Marcia Holtzman, Julie Shae. Beth Bortman, Elise Levenson. Second Row: Susan Unger. Ryna
Jackson, Judy Glanz. Candy Shapiro. Third Row: Mrs, Hennessey, Maura Fleishman. Linda Alperin, Cheryl Tankle, Robin
Tapper. Martha Yarosh, Lily Rothman. Fourth Row: Jane Moreau. Robin Schlager. Nisa Dillen, Robin Walstein. Judy
Green. Judy Lanlield. Fifth Row: Charles Bond, Sharon McNair, Lori Segal, Jane Pritzker. Amy Cantos.
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First Row: Bob Lein, Elise Levenson, Carol Kaufman, Dennis Bauke. Second Row: Eric Epstein, Ara
Shishmanian, Tom Cartier, Mr. Geist, Amount Fontaine, Delores McDonald. Ellis Gabovitch.
First Row: Robin Yaffee, Ms. Zimmerman, Jan Bamett. Second Row: Linda Popkin, Cheryl Craftchick, Ann Wax, Curt Koloffson, John
Flax, Eric Epstein.
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Kaufman, Jason Arbeiter. Second Row: Mr.
Jameson. Andy Cohen, Judith Mellin. lttai
Kahn, Michael Kahn, Jay Saret.
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First Row: Mr. Erdmann. lttai Kahn, John Hooker. Steve Bern, Doug Baird. Jason Arheiter. Andy Cohen. Missing: Jonathan
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First Row: Daniel Miller, Martha
Kaplan. Jonathan Kapstein. Second
Row: Gary Kadet, Judy Aucoin.
Chris Capeless, Mr. McClaren.
Missing: Joanne Faulkrod, Doug
Baird, Erica Sussman. Thomas
First Row: Beth Faulkner. Helen Mandell. Amy Ellen Kaufman. Ilene Green, Jerry Frem,
E J Q X My Susan Miller, Second Row: Michael Miller. Cindy Taylor, Cheryl Tankle. Debbie Ritner,
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Robert Shahon, Mitch Gorden. Third Row: Jon Grossman, Tara Becker, Barry Levensoh,
Harold Bennett. Martin Grossman, Eric Ziering, John Edenfeld, Richard Romanow. Fourth
Q Q E Row: Mr. Maxey. Billy Gorden, David Zonderman. Roger Gorden, Eric Ziskend, John
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First Row: Sheri Goldberg, Miriam Schoem, Lori Bell, Abby Greenbaum, Elizabeth Greise, Carolyn Spungin. .lemma Robinson,
Shanna Ehrlich, Susan Unger, Margerie Williams. Second Row: Elise Levenson, Jonne Dery. Elizabeth Kent. Judy Avion. Sonia
Levin. Debbie Goodman. Toby Pilivan. Audrey Daum. Morissa William. Third Row: Barbara Wright. Missy Levin, Laura Prager.
Ryna Jackson. Susan Cutler, Robin Waldstein, Alice Scovell, Kathy Clark. Jill Sarat. Sue Simchas, Beth Howard. Fourth Row:
Karen Cox. Hiliary Applebaum. Robin Rosenberg, Eric Zeiring, Andy Shulman, Lloyd Taylor. David Ballafy. Bennet Kaye.
Frank Walker. Cathy Carlston, Wendy Belcher, Jan Lerbinger, Kimberly Diette. Beth Stone. Jana Tyler. Rina Miller. Fifth Row:
Ruth Ann Miller. Laurie Goldberg, Nancy Bronstein. Larry Benders, Billy Wright. Stephen Keresctes. David Larson. David
Frutkoff, Rob Aranson. Peter Otten. Wendy Karg, Britta Gregerson, Joan Diengott. Tara Becker. Lesley Golov.
First Row. Sato Knudsen. Jan Barnett. Margarie Williams. Amy Cantos. Doug Baird. Ilene Green. Jeff Karol. Second Row:
Ned Kroeker. Michael Barber. Barbara Wright, Wendy Karg. Mr. Levenson. Jan Lerbinger, Ellen Kazis. Adam Grossman.
VOCAI FNSF BLE
First Row: Ryna Jackson. Sheryl Levitt. Sonia Levin. Judy Aucoin. Ellen Kazis. Second Row: Mara Flash. Jorinda
Margolis. Tara Becker, Andrea Hassol. Freddie Epstein. Third Row: Frank Walker. Steve Cramer. Larry Benders.
David Frutkoff. Bruce Ward. Billy Wright. Missing: Kathy Peck. Sue Cutler.
STUDE T FACULTY FQRUM
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First Row: Mrs. Nelson, Andy Shulman, Bill Karol, Mark Israel, Debbie Bluestone, Jim Cohen, Nancy Latner, Stephanie Tarintino, Ruth
Schoem. Miss Sullivan. Second Row: Mr. Coyle, Miss Leary, Mr. Seasholes, Miss Taylor, Mr. Levy, Paul Woods. Harold Bennett, Cary
Benjamin, Lynn Feldman, Miss Bershad, John Backer, Fred Albert, Alan Berkowitz, Bob Dichter. Cindy Mervis, John Atkins, Jeff Sack,
Debbie Mackey. Phillip Sagen. Mrs. Ravenscroft. Michael Shockett, Dennis Johnston, Barbara Wright, Ed Adelman, Mrs. Monderer, Mr.
Little. Dr. Freimark. Rhonda Seidman. David Zonis.
The Student Faculty Forum is a group of students and faculty members
that meets voluntarily to discuss problems of Newton South. They
propose specific solutions to the problems and then present them to the
principal. If he approves them, the forum then acts to carry through the
Some of this years projects were the cafeteria radio station, the new
activities bulletin board. the activities weekly bulletin, the renovation of
Cutler Commons, and student evaluation of teachers.
RICHME T PRCDGRAM
First Row: Adam Bimbaum, Sandi Copman, Debbie Bluestone, Mrs. Monderer.
Behind a certain door, in a lemmon yellow room, lie the roots of one
of the most lively school organizations--the Enrichment Program.
Over the past few years many people have helped plant the seeds,
watched the plant take root, and seen the flowers blossom. The
program, which brings speakers, musicians, politicians, and other
guests to Newton South has grown tremendously and it will continue
on long after we have gone.
There are many people and programs that will not be easily
forgotten. Somewhere along the line each of us has learned some-
thing and taken a small part of the program with us.
We've learned how to drink without getting drunk fDrinking Week--
April, 19739, we've leamed that no matter how hard you try you
can't get V.D. from the toilet seat fV.D. Week--January 19731, and
as the school thermostats were lowered to what seemed like 330, we
learned the fact and fiction of the energy crisis Cls There Really an
Energy Crisis?--January 19745.
There were the momentous political times too when Father
Drinan filled the Lecture Hall with floor-to-floor people, or when
Professor Lance Liebman spoke during the heat of the Watergate
There were artists to all kinds . . . Jan Fontein, who brought oriental
art across like a beautifully flowing symphony, Maxine Kumim, the
poet who later became a Pulitzer Prize-Winnerg and Jon Landau,
Music Editor of the "Rolling Stone."
On a lighter note--we canlt forget the Duncan Yo-Yo Champion and
the quarter balanced on Larry Bender's ear. And the Boston Cycle
man was a big success too.
So in spite of all the thousands of posters, and yellow mim-
eographed programs plus the many headaches that went along with
them we hope that everyone has learned a little something--we have.
The Enrichment Program
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Geoff Baum, Todd Hagan, Sara Ross, Doug Hanna. Denise. Shizoane. Kelly Kildow, Suzanne Ahem. Cindy Hines, Emily Kooris. Diana
Kirshem. Karen Propp. Toki Oshima, Amy PobsL Billy Fuchs, Nancy Vkfheeler, Chris Capeless, Chet Birger, Sandi Copman, Phil Kramer, Lynn
Feldman, Judy Wyman, David Woodruff Joan Pink. Julie Sudikoff. Doug Weisman: Director. Peter Richter: Faculty Advisor, Helen Fuchs.
Jeff Karp, Bruce McKenna. Jared Handspicker, David Wolff, David Saroff. Ruurd Fontein. Mike Alexander. Missing: Debbie Davis, Barry
Levenson, Mike Young, Sally Brown, Carol Green, Karen Englebourg. David Day. Alan Bamett. Carl Bamett, Sue Rosengarten, Bob Baker.
EXPLORERS CLUB ll
"WHY? BECAUSE IT'S THEREV' through every possible type of weather. CBus 333 will
The Explorers Club II, during its Second glorigug never be forgotten--and will never be the same again!!
and exciting year, went to great heights and digtarieeg Of COUISC, the EC II would DOI have SUl'ViVCd WlIl'l0LlI
to conquer those large masses of land, sometimes the able leadefShiP Of Doug WeiSfnan, f50I'ne Of U5
Called mguntaing, ' know him as the director, others know him because he
Through all the disappgintirig mgmeritgg gag prgb- l'laS HCVCI' failed to gf!! the gI'OUp lost OI1 any Iflplj, and
lemsg bus problems: extreme cold: trip cancellations Julie Sudikoff fffofn the NORTH Side--who never
and long food lines, the EC II has seen some of the failed at keeping US langhingll- We also had 3 great
most spectacular sights and done some of the most Planning C0Inn1inee3 U- W-S D- D-, S- C-, B' B-i P- K-J
unusual things. Whoever heard of walking on tennis W110 did 3 greet job-
raquets or eating lunch on top of an Indians Head? We are Sure this year of the EC II will be remem-
The EC II, under the advisement of its fearless and bered HS one Of fhe beSl!
fearful leader, Mr. Peter G. Richter, has fought its way D0Ug Weisman
The Newton Educational Workshop, NEW, is a program designed
to enable South students to teach fifth and sixth graders in courses
0 of their choosing. NEW has completed its sixth year quite success- .
fully. With the fuel shortage forcing building temperatures to sixty
degrees on cold winter mornings, the students and teachers of NEW
' managed to keep their cool, thus enabling all involved in the
program to have a great time.
First Row: Debby Kramer, Ellen Riceman, Trudi Manson, Linda Willis, Ray Madoff, Tom Shor. Second Row: Ann Modest, Amy Cooper
Genna Robinson, Judy Melin, Debby Pilvin, Belle Soloway. Third Row: Peter Davidow, Adam Birmbaum, Seth Minkoftf Nancy Tichnor
Rochelle Acker, Majorie Rosenberg, Julie Ratner, Sharon MacNair, Neysa Dillon, Sherry Federbush, Alan Bamett, Chet Birger. Fourth Row:
Bill Gordon, Howie Green, David Day, Jon Sandman, Ed Adelman. Missing: Alice Scovell, Donnal Masters, Elise Baseman, Wendy Karg.
Mark Becker, Susan Shapiro, Carrie Kaufman, Amy Sneider, Carol Baler. Donna Lanes.
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Row: Bob Aronson, Jeff Davidson, Randy Hahn, Dennis Johnston.
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First Row: Michele Needleman, Ann Mason. Lisa Berkson, Marla Gardia. Second Row: Andrea Brown, Stephanie Tarintino,
Judy Lampert, Mildred Forrest, Wendy Karg.
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First Row: Stephanie Tarintino, Wendy Karg, Julia Kahn, Michele Gram, Amy Fader, Gary Sandler.
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Shiela Comerford, Jackie Faulkner, Lynette Nepton, Kathy Clark, Beth Gillis. Meg Hurley. Denise Garcia. Patty Houlihan.
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First Row: Bill Karol, Jeff Randal, Lenny Mersky, Armout Fontaine, Jeff Sack. Neal Drobness, Bill Lichtenstein.
Bennett Kaye, Aaron Piccard, Brian McMullen, Jeff Smith, Mark Flicop.
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First Row: Ken Rosenstein, Larry Groipen. Second Row: Sue Jacobson, Jemma Robinson, Ilene Carver, Bob Dichter,
Sandi Copman, Bob Baker. Third Row: Mr. Lorrett, Cheryl Craftchick, Cindy Mervis, Rhonda Seidman, Debbie
Bluestone, Phil Sagen, Emily Kooris.
Fmt Ron. Elise Cohen. Belle Soloway. John Schwartz, Karen Propp. Jamie Dwark
Second Row: Amy Clum. Toki Oshima.
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First Row: Ellis Gabovitch. Dennis Bauke. Louie Hertzog. Bill Goodman. Debbie Monoson. Chuck Dippo. Donna Fish. John Fallon.
Marlene Fish. George Lustig. Jon Sandman. Andrew Duggin. Greg Monohon. Jemma Robinson.
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Debbie Cohen Anne Modest Harte Wemer
Editorial Editor Communitv Afairs Editor Features Editor
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Margerie Fishbein Fred Albert Judy Mehn
Copy' Editor Assistant Features Editor Assistant News Editor
You can please some of the people some of the time.
And you can please some of the people all of the time.
But you can't please all of the people all of the time.
This variation on a popular theme certainly seems to he true when it comes to putting out a student newspaper like Denulmlu. You really don't
please all of the people all of the time. though that would be nice. This year. however. l think we made some very significant changes in
Denebolu. so that more ofthe people more of the time did read and enjoy the paper.
lt seems we progressively became a more feature oriented newspaper, which was even reflected in some of the paper's news stories. Aside from
our regular news stories. this years' paper included articles on: Boston's "Proposition' theatre group: Comic book collectors at Newton South:
Mayor re-elect Mann. and defeated Candidate Elliot Berry: South's Bob Andrews: Comedian Robert Klein: Principal Ernest Van B. Seasholes:
The Newton Youth Commission twith Rev. Charles Coylel: the plight of the migrant farm worker: Souths resident psycologist Dr. Massimo:
South students from the "Outward Bound" program: Big Brother Bob Emery. the new Newton North: the Cutler House controversy: the play
casting controversy: the various school productions: juvenile problems in Newton: and the old Newton South and the Old Newton Centre.
These are just a few. And even some of our Sports articles changed a bit. getting away from the straight news-reporting approach. as we ran
profiles. for example. on South's Pam Hixon and George Winkler.
This year. we also carried regular music. album. and film reviews. as well as continuing lists of coming events in Newton and Boston. And with
a regular feature like "Newton South People in the News". we were able to give a whole range of people recognition for important and not so
important things they did land it also got everybody's name in the paper at least once during the yearl. We also ran regular student cartoons.
and began to print student poetry and creative writing. as well as student artwork.
Denebola is printed once every two weeks. and as in past years. we had difficulty in keeping our news stories up-to-date. We did. however. begin
to try to solve that problem. by covering some events before they happened tas in the case of a full-page special we did on the "Changing Roles
of Men and Women." written to coincide with the Enrichment Program symposium of the same namel.
Undoubtedly. though. we could have done more tthough at this writing. our staff still has two issues left to put outl. There were. in some cases.
stories we neglected to cover or just should have covered: there was often a lack of quality writing in the paper: and in a number of cases. we
tended to rely on the Enrichment Program to supply us with news stories. instead of coming up with our own. One of the real problems.
however. was that not enough students or teachers in the school took advantage of what Denebola has to offer: free space for the expression of
thought and opinion. We had very few students come forward and put their thoughts on paper: we had very little editorial feedback as well as
comments and criticisim about the job we were doing on the paper. That is quite unfortunate.
ln any case. l. at least am happy with the job we did. l don't think we shied away from controversy as has been done in the past. l do think we
tried to provide something for everybody. in every issue.
Mr. Ron Adams
Bruce Phillipg - ' Roberta Weiss
Adverlising Manager Club-Y Edilflf
2 Curt K olovson
A.r.ri.s'lanl Production Edfllll'
Co-Fine Arts Editor
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Assistant Advertising Manager
Hy Gordon Julie Scovell Peter Davidow Larry,Be3der1,d
nduction Editor Circulation Editor Bu-Vfnefs Manage' C0'I'-me ns nor
Bob Baker Mr. Donald Shaw
Editor-Im Chief Faculiy Advisor
David Heymann Chet Birger Ellen Band
Associale Editor Business Manager COR" Edfm'
Ira Weinman Sandy Copman Karen Kirschtel
Advertising Editor Liierarv Ediror Circulation Editor
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Mr. Robert Arruda
Special Thanks to Glen Calmus for the cover design and
to Adam Birnbaum for the End Sheets. The Literary
Staff is camera shy. but it includes Sandi Copman,
Debby Bluestone. Carolyn Spungin and Rhonda Seid-
A yearbook occupies a strange place in society. It will give
us an opportunity to look back and see the weird clothes we
wore and the peculiar things we did and said. It will be a
valuable souvenir from the rip-roaring seventies. A time
when kids had long hair, presidential tape recorders mal-
functioned. and we all lowered our thermostats because
Simon said. Yes, the seventies were strange. This yearbook
will be a living reminder of three years of our life which will
soon be part of the remote and incomprehensible past.
Hopefully, this yearbook will help in comprehending these
three years before they are clouded with after-thought.
More importantly, I would like to thank my staff for putting
up with me.
Chet Birger. Mark Israel.
GIRLS' SPGRTS STAFF
Gale Shahon. Shiobhan McNally.
Ellen Band. Amy Lechten. Missing: Jane Shulman
First Row: Helene Block, Linda Popkin,
S Jimmy Silberstein. Second Row: Cheryl
Craftchick, Michele Grant, Michael
I Grant, Ellen Stein, Ira Weinman, Julie
Shae, Larry Gropin, Fred Foster.
Front Row: Pam Sullivan. Faith Reiner. Stephanie
Tarantino. Ellen Lipson. Second Row: Elise
Chang, Amy Blum. Joan Diengolt. Elise Baseman,
Jackie Daniels. Carrie Bloom, Shiobhan McNally.
Missing: Lisa Miller. Mara Flash. Nancy Bronstein.
First Row: Jon Sandman, Susan Fisher, Alexandra Tyler.
Second Row: Fred Albert, Susan Jacobson, Wendy Weaver,
Candy Shapiro, Susan Ungar. Missing: Sam Mandell, Kathy
Van Buskirk, Glen Calmus.
First Row: Michele Grant, Jane Pritzker. Julie Shae. Judy Lipson.
Second Row: Lisa Berkson, Candy Shapiro. Third Row: Marci
Kopelman, Cindy Gordon, Michael Grant, Karen Kirschtel. Susan
Ungar, Cheryl Tankel.
First Row: Heidy Fogel. Nancy Cohen. Second Row:
Michael Malmud, Howie Swartz 41:19. Roger Cibella.
Mark Rosenfield, Doug Weisman, Michael Young,
Matt Bellin. Missing: Adam Birnbaum, Bennet Kay.
Martin Gruber. Bob Shipner, Billy Lichtenstein.
fSchool Organization section continued on page 1975.
SCHOOL AND WORLD EVENTS
Garrick Ohlsson returns to South.
Boston Red Sox eliminated from American League Pennant race.
Henry Kissinger is confirmed as Secretary of State.
Championship yo-yo'er performs at South
Skylab splashes down after 58 days in space.
Political Forum Week at Newton Smith.
Newton South wins first football game.
Israel is attacked by Egypt and Syria on Yom Kippur.
Spiro T. Agnew resigns as Vice President of The United States.
President Nixon chooses House Republican leader Gerald Ford of Michigan to
Brush fire in woods opposite Newton South Auditorium causes minor damage.
Channel 7 sportscaster Bob Gamere visits Newton South.
Newton South Seniors vote to abolish class officers
Archibald Cox fired by President Nixon as Watergate Prosecutor.
Elliot Richardson resigns as Attorney General of The United States.
Oakland Athletics win the World Series
Total Arab Oil Embargo Announced.
President Nixon surrenders Watergate Tapes.
U.S. places it's military forces on alert in reaction to Soviet plans in the Mid-East.
U.N. sends peace keeping force to Mid-East as truce is agreed to.
Newton South Music Department presents Coffee Concert.
Garrick Olhsson gives final performance at Newton South.
Two crucial subpoenaed Watergate Tapes are missing.
The Enrichment Program sponsors Energy Week at Newton South.
Hot Lunch increases to 400 in Newton South Cafeteria.
W.S.N.R., Newton Souths own Radio Station begins broadcasting.
Mid-East Week at Newton South.
Newton South presents "Look Homeward Angel".
18 minute gap in one key Watergate Tape is discovered.
In a televised message Nixon asks Americans to lower thermostats to 680 and to
lower speed limits to 50 M.P.H. as the energy crunch sets in.
Nixon discloses information on his personal finances.
Kissinger goes to Mid-East in search of an Arab-Israeli disengagement agreement.
John Holt--famous author speaks at South.
Varsity Basketball begins their season with a victory.
Newton South seniors vote for caps and gowns at Graduation.
December vacation begins.
42.822 of Newton South goes to Florida.
School reopens after extended fuel-saving vacation.
Miami Dolphins defeat Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl.
Official beginning of Senior Slump.
Israel and Egypt sign disengagement agreement.
Week features programs on the changing roles of men and women.
Severe Snowstorm drops ll inches of snow in Massachusetts.
Regulus adds to inflation--raises price to 59.00.
ERNEST VAN B. SEASHOIFS STFPS IN
In September of this year, Newton South High School welcomed Mr.
Ernest Van B. Seasholes to the school. Replacing Mr. William Geer as
principal, Mr. Seasholes stepped in to be heartily received by both faculty
and students. His friendly and eager attitude was a pleasant indication that
as a new principal he would add a great deal to Newton South.
Mr. Seasholes entered Newton South after having been principal of Day
J.H.S. In beginning his new position as principal of Newton South, Mr.
Seasholes has many ideas about the school which he feels is "a good school
and potentially could be an even better one." He is interested in "trying to
get guidance counselor and teachers operating more closely . . . get groups
of interested students, faculty and parents active in the whole environment
in a broad sense . .
Room 3125 is the nucleus of musical happenings at Newton South. Throughout the year
sounds from within echo in the nearby hallways. They are the sounds of dedicated practice, of
Mr. Seasholes believes in constant reviewng of school programs for
thier effectiveness. "It is important," says Mr. Seasholes, "that high school
has significance for the students." He would like to see more involvement
by the students in school activities and more interactions between teachers.
students, and guidance counselors. Mr. Seasholes also intends on improving
the interior of the school in order to create a more attractive physical
A man easy to speak with, always in good humour, and anxious to help
Newton South, Mr. Seasholes is a great asset to the future of the school.
Around the new principal there is an aura of friendliness and warmth
which will continue to give Newton South an enthusiastic and happy
frustration, of B flats instead of B naturals and finally ofthe music that has been made. lt is the
music of the Concert Choir and the Concert Band, of the String Orchestra and the Vocal
The Concert Choir, bursting at the seams with spirited people, displayed their talents at the
fall, winter, and May Arts Festival Concerts. Traditionally the Handel's Hallelujah chorus was
sung and will not be easily forgotten. The Christmas carols that sail through the halls during the
Christmas season are equally as memorable.
The Marching Band finally gave up trying to march at the fall football games. Instead, they
remained seated in the stands with their horns at hand awaiting a Lions touchdown . . . and the
triumph of the NSHS Victory March, ofcourse.
The Concert Band, blessed with a badly needed bass section, boosted its hopes and set out
"on tour" towards Maine after their annual tour of the neighboring elementary schools.
The String Orchestra grew this year and a new dimension was taken on. They journeyed to
the Massachusetts Educators Convention in Hyannis where they were amongst a very select few
to perform. Their individual performances and their chamber music was excellent. Their
consistent dedication in the theatrical productions and their accompanyment of other musical
groups was always well received.
There were the smaller, yet equally exciting musical events during the year. One such event
was the rag-time music of the Grossman Brothers, which will long be remembered for its gaiety
Explorers Club II explores
Brush Fire near Newton South causes minor damage--arson is suspected.
On the other side of town Newton North opens a new school making South the "old" high school
the New Hampshire wildemess.
The Grossman Brothers performs ragtime concert.
The Concert Choir sings at Coffee Concert.
Art at Newton South is comprised of several course offerings and facilities. Graphic arts, ceramics,
jewelry-making, weaving, metal work, and designing furniture are included in the more basic arts of
painting, photography, drawing, sculpture.
Besides having a staff of excellent art instructors and well-equipped studios, the art department at
South provides the school with a more abstract quality. Because of the art department, many students
have found school more rewarding, have discovered a talent or inspiration, have made serious decisions
for their futures, and some have merely had a good time experimenting with the different art media.
Perhaps unconsciously, art at South is what gives the school a creative atmosphere. Of course, there
are still inhibited students and sometimes lack of variety, but in general, one finds South a place in
which artistic creation occurs.
The printing room is nearly always a mass production area where students learn many processes of
this art. The drills, motors, and busy chatter are constantly heard from the crafts area, and the sounds of
pencils and the swishes of paint brushes are practically non-stop. The aroma of photography chemicals
fills the room of camera addicts, along with the constant scent of turpentine and rubber cement.
Art students and observers alike are aware of something significant happening within the art
department. It is the self-satisfaction of a hand-made object, it is the interaction with people through art,
it is the sensation of intense concentration, it is the enjoyment of creating.
"There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who, thanks to
their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun."
The issue at Newton South this year that can be called the "Senior
Controversy" was the question of "to change or not to change" the tradition
of class government. For probably the first time in many years at South,
nearly the entire Senior class was involved in a fury of mixed opinions.
The culmination was a forum held for and by concerned Seniors one day
in the auditorium, which turned into a name-calling, teeth gritting, but
nonetheless, humorous hour. The assembly was held to present the different
options of Senior Class government. The options were: open class com-
mittees, elected class committees, or the traditional senior government,
fpresident, vice-president, etc.j. Whatever decision was to be made, it was
obvious that the greater importance of the assembly was having the chance
to express opinions in a more or less satirical manner. The "Controversy"
became somewhat like a three ring circus--intentions of getting an important
matter settled, but turning into a rather comical situation!
In the end, a vote was decided upon as being the only democratic thing to
do. Open class committees received the majority of votes. Those who
yearned for the chance to be Present So-and-So had lost, and those who
were against the ever-lasting, title-giving tradition of class government had
COMMU ITY ID PROGRAMS
4 Under the direction of the Social Studies department
tfour community aid programs have been functioning
uccessfully throughout 1973-74. The students and faculty
ave worked together ambitiously striving for success.
Without their effort the programs would not have contin-
ed successfully throughout the year.
The Bikecology program was formed under the direc-
'ion of Mr. Hollman. The primary goal of this project is
to enforce political pressure on the city and state to
izonstruct bike ways and paths and insure bike safety, so
lthat cyclists may have more security.
l The Oral History Program was coordinated under the
ibupervision of Mr. Marshall Cohen. The committees'
ilprimary objective is to acquire knowledge about the
fl-Iistory of Newton, by employing the Oral History meth-
'od. The Oral History method is the act of obtaining oral
'nformation from primary sources. The students speak
ith Elderly Newton Residents who have lived in New-
fton throughout the past decades and have shared in
tiNewton's urban development. The Residents discuss
lNewton's cultural life, recreation, industrialization and
other aspects of Historical value. The students record
their discussions and then tapes are put on file in the
i Mr. Stegeman organized The History of Newton for
,Elementary Children Committee, or, as some members
lprefer to call it: The Little People's History Group. The
tudents formed this group because they believed that
ewton Elementary School Children should have the
pportunity to obtain knowledge about their cities histori-
cal background, in a comprehensible and interesting
The Students obtained the research about Newton's
History from old History books from Newton's Main
Library. They, then proceeded to write an easy-reading
book with entertaining and educational illustrations.
The initial copy was tested by the Third Grade stu-
dents at Spalding Elementary School. who seem to find
the book interesting as well as educational. When the
final book is completed copies will be made and sent to
all Newton Elementary Schools as part of their curricu-
Mr. Altree coordinated the Elderly Program. The pri-
mary function of this project was to develop stronger
relationships between youth and elderly.
The Students have been visiting three nursing homes.
On Mondays a group of Students visits The Baptist
Home and show educational as well as entertaining films.
On Tuesdays a different group of Students attend the
Blair Nursing Home and spend time chatting with the
Elderly people, at various times a movie is shown and
discussions are held. On Fridays some students visit the
Eliot Manner Nursing Home, and a movie is shown
Both the students and the Elderly have found the
visitations beneficial and have developed close relations.
NSHS has become a home for Concert Pianist,
Garrick Ohlsson where helll always find many close
friends--some new, and some old. His visits seem to
make the school bubble--to overflow with enthusiasm.
He has no trouble finding a captivating audience at
Newton South. He speaks highly of us, claiming that
we're an Hincrediblel' bunch of kids. It's because he's a
joy to listen to and becuase he plays with the grace,
fury, and life that makes him beautiful to watch and
Garrick has a subtle wit that charms us all. He once
"This etude is a favorite with pianists, at
least with those of us who can play it."
His visits always seem too brief, but when he returns
we'll be able to pick up from where we have left off--
whether it is Beethoven's Appasionala or Chopin's F
Sharp Minor Polonaise "on request".
Duncan yo-yo champion pertorms before enthralled South audience.
"The Enrichment Program
Newton South High School"
Many members of the school body have worked
diligently to produce a year of diverse speakers and
seminars. South has opened the school to the com-
Mayorial candidates Ted Mann, Bill Carmen and Eliot Berry talk to Newton South students
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School Committee candidates air their views on "quality education".
Newscaster Chet Curtis jumps out of the boob-tube and lands in Cutler Commons
Professor Lance Leibman, colleague of Archibald Cox, speaks at South
during heat of Watergate crisis
SUNRISE OVER A BLOCK
UT OE THE M UTH OE BABES
ERY PERSO AL I TERVIEVV WITH
YOU G CHILDRE
Generally. what do you think of high school students?
I can't answer your question. you'll have to be more specific.
I don't know what you mean--well. I guess they fool around.
think they're great--some of them--and stuff like that.
Some of the things they do are hard. like speak French. High
School work is hard. but my work is just as hard for some people.
but not for me.
Do you like the way they treat young children?
Yes. Some play with young children and I like that. I have
snowball fights with a girl in high school--she bombs me and I
bomb her--I like that.
Some of them treat you O.K.. but not the ones who think they're
No. Younger children think they are big and some High School
students treat them like they were babies. they talk differently to
us. they change the tone of their voice and talk like a baby. They
should use their own voice and talk big.
What do you think of High School students' actions when they're
with their friends?
They act good with their friends. they are polite but the boys
snap at the girls. but the girls are polite and better than the boys.
They act like they are better than little kids--they think thev're
They play with them. but I don't know whether they're good or
bad. "ARE WE DONE YET?"
How do you think High School students treat adults?
Good. because if they didn't they'd get killed. "NOW. ARE WE
What do you look forward to when you're in High School?
I'll be better at gym. and maybe I'll be a cheerleader.
You will be able to drive. stay up later. and go out more with my
friends--and go out for sports although I haven't decided which
It'lI be rotten. when you're in High School because of mean
teachers--Oh yea. when you're 18--you get your own rights and
your mother won't spank you! "NOW, WE ARE DONE!!"
THE NICEST GREETI --"Sl-IALG "
A very entertaining evening was provided by the musical production of "Milk
and Honey" this winter. The story centered around both tourists and natives of
Israel. and their humorous yet sensitive situations, The play captured the audience
by rather satirical portrayals of "traveling widowsw, such as Mara Flash who
played Mrs. Weiss. and by memorable tunes and dances.
Larry Benders, Susan Cutler, Caron Palder, and Andrew Schulman each
portrayed characters with conflicting opinions. Their roles were believable and
personal to the audience, and with the effective lighting and use of candles, 'SMilk
and Honey" achieved an intimate atmosphere.
ILKA D HO EY
Directed by: Mr. Ernest E. Chamberlain
Assistant Direction by: Rina Miller
Choreography by: Jana Tyler and Emily Zallen
Set Design by: Jeff Davidson
Lighting Design by: Marcie Gorman. Robert Aronson. Jeff Davidson
Produced by: Julie Scovell
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Ruth Stein .........
Mrs. Weiss .......................
widows: Mrs. Weinstein .......
Cantor David Frutkoff
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Dancers: Michele Blacker. Andrea Freed. Mayumi Knudsen. Cheryl Lipson. Ellen Lipson, Anita
Neiman. Jana Tyler. Emily Zallen. Debbie Zussman
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First Rott: Bob Harris. Steven Corn. Richard Spector. Bob Lent. Chandler Bosworth. Second Row: Saul Rubin. Jeff
Kublin. Richard Sharron. Howard Pinderhughs. Jerry Antonellis. Nlark Aronson. Coach Richard Walker. Missing:
Mark ,let'ferson. George Thomas.
"This season is something that we
can all be proud of. The great atti-
tude. determination and hardwork ex-
hibited by all. have most definitely
Its been a long time since basketball has been a
household word at Newton South. But this season was
different as the Lions compiled a 10-3 record. Their
best since the schools inception and the first time
Newton South has ever qualified for the state tourne-
Leading the Lion charge were Captain Mark Jeffer-
son, Mark Aronson, Senior Rich Spector, Senior Steve
Korn, Bob Harris, and Bob Lent. Jefferson and Aron-
son guided an impressive offense and hit the outside
shots, while big men Spector, Korn, Harris and Lent
scored from the inside and dominated the boards. The
reserve cops of Howie Pinderhughs, Senior Ricky
Sharton, Chandler Bosworth, George Thomas, Jerry
Antonellis, Saul Rubin, and Senior Jeff Kublin pro-
vided much depth and played a vital role en route to
The Lions got off to a quick start winning their first
six games including a thrilling victory over the tough
Acton-Boxborough squad. Following a one point loss
to Bedford the Lions roared back to conquer their next
four foes before being beaten by Lincoln-Sudbury.
South, then sought its revenge against Bedford win-
ning easily, and securing a berth in the State Toume-
This season might be a tough act to follow, but next
year looks extremely promising with seven returning
Lions. Yes, basketball is here to stay at Newton South.
First Row: Humberto Fugundes. Cheryl Weiner. Cathy Carlson. Paula Silver. Second Row: Coach "Buzzi".
Neil Drobnis. Jeff Howard. George Brockman. Jon Sandman. Bill Tarter. Eli Marcus. Ittai Kan. Vemon
Grubinger. Chip Herzog. Larry Groipen. Coach Bill Grimes.
This year marked the debut of competitive swim-
ming at Newton South. The team consisted of thirteen
boys and four girls. Since there was a lack of interested
swimmers. Coach Grimes recruited four girls and a
seventh grader. Although there were few swimmers
this year those students who participated were enthu-
siastic and dedicated.
The team held their practices and home meets at the
new Newton North pool.
Each meet consists of eleven events including diving.
As many as three members of each team may enter
each event. Each swimmer is allowed in no more than
three events. At most meets there were between ten
and seventeen swimmers present. Everyone got a
chance to compete in each meet.
As a first year sport the team was not in a league.
though they swam against several strong teams. The
season started off with a close loss to Westwood. After
tieing Boston Tech. the team suffered three straight
losses before defeating Dover-Sherbourne.
Swimming the 50 yard crawl were Seniors Bill Tar-
ter and Ittai Kan. In the 50 yard and 100 yard
freestyle were Seniors Jon Sandman. Robbie Shahon.
Chip Herzog and Junior Neil Drobnis. Cathy Carlson
and Eli Marcus swam the 100 yard butterfly. The 100
yard breaststroke was swam by Junior George Brock-
man, Larry Gropein. and Mike Feldstein. Bill Tarter.
Vernon Grubinger. Cheryl Weiner. and Larry Felds-
tein swam the 200 yard crawl. In the 100 yard back-
stroke were Neil Drobnis. Chip Herzog. and Jeff How-
ard. The grueling 200 yard individual medley was
swum by Cathy Carlson. Eli Marcus. and Paul Silver.
Under the leadership of Coach "Buzzi" were divers
Humberto Fungundes. Amy Tighe and Jeff Howard.
The strongest swimmers on the team were Cathy
Carlson. Bill Tarter and Neil Drobins who swam the
100 yard backstroke in the state meet.
First Row: Paul Linn. Peter Maples. Howie Applestein. Peter Nathanson. Mike Schockett. Brad Anthony. Arthur Murphy.
Walter Fatini. Aaron Moynahan, Scott Groper, Greg Moan. Second Row: Chuck Dippo. Greg Sousy, Bruce Arafe. David
Costa. Gary Fireman. Louis McDonald. Keith Washington. Mike Alsop. Haskell Kingston. Mr. Horowitz. Third Row:
Coach Kojoyian. Michael Berzon, Frank Tarintino. Ted Hillian. Steven Horowitz. Arthur Kojoyian.
Under the guidance of Coach Aredis Kojoyain the New-
ton South Wrestling Team continued their winning ways as
they won twelve of fourteen matches. After winning their
first ten matches the team suffered two consecutive defeats
to Wayland and Waltham. The grapplers then bounced
back to win their next four matches.
In the 100 pound weight class, Junior Bob Paisner am-
massed a 5-6 record, wrestling in his first varsity year.
Junior Chuck Dippo saw limited action and had a 1-2
record. Senior Mike Shockett was simply outstanding in the
107 pound class as he registered a perfect 12-0 record.
Captain Paul Linn, wrestling at 114 pounds had a fine
season as he posted a 10-2-2 record. Senior Brad Anthony
experienced a mediocre year as he finished with a 5-5-2
record. Junior Peter Nathanson had an excellent year at 128
pounds as he compiled a 13-2 record. Howie Appelstein
recorded a 8-4 mark in the 134 pound class. Senior Art
Murphy compiled a 9-3 record in the 140 pound class.
Junior Greg Moan showed great improvement as the season
progressed but still had a losing record at 5-7-1. Junior
Aaron Moynihan amassed a 6-8 record in the 157 pound
class. Haskell Kingston wrestling at 167 pounds had an
excellent year as he compiled a 7-2 record before getting
injured. Sophomore Keith Washington, filling in for King-
ston, lost all four matches he wrestled. Peter Maples was
undefeated at 177 pounds. Senior Walt Fatini wrestily at
187 pounds compiled a 6-6 record. Heavyweight Scott Gro-
per came through with a 6-4 record while Junior Paul
Tormey lost all of his three varsity matches.
Next year looks forward to be a promising year. Seniors
Paul Linn, Mike Shockett, Art Murphy, Haskell Kingston,
Walt Fatini and Brad Antoney will be missed. However
many fine wrestilers including Peter Nathanson, Howie
Appelstein, Bobby Paisner, Scott Groper, Peter Maples, and
Greg Moan will be back to keep up the wrestling dynasty at
The team worked exceptionally
hard this year They showed a lot of
guts and posessed that winning atti
tude They took pride in their work
and all this hard work paid off. I
enjoyed working with every wrestiler
this season and look forward to anoth-
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Stewart Satter, Brian Cain. Robert Driscoll, Jan Wallowing, Robert Tedheschi, Ken Shmidlein, Mark Cooper. Kevin
Shmidlein. Danny Shir. John Whelan. Steve Tresca. Kenny Bianco. Dave Satter. Sherm Wallen, Paul Owens, Jimmy Hart.
Donny Ferrari, Jeff Randall. Missing Joe Donlan.
Despite a winning combination of hustle and determina-
tion the Newton South Hockey Team suffered through
another disappointing season. A lack of offensive punch was
the main reason for a 2-8-l record. The team could manage
to score only sixteen goals in eleven games. However. the
lions lost only two games by wide margins. Individual
mistakes often hurt the Lions. but these mistakes were to be
expected from such a young team.
The season started on an encouraging note as South tied
Concord Carlisle l-l. The Lions lost their next game to a
strong Bedford team, 4-0. Behind a Steve Tresca hat-trick
the team fought back to defeat Westwood 4-2. The Lions
lost their next six games ending any hope of a winning
Co-Captains Steve Tresca, Ken Bianco and Jeff Randall
are three seniors who will greatly missed. Tresca scored half
of the team's goals and should be a Dual County League all
star. Bianco was the team's playmaker and a solid two way
performer. Jeff Randall gained the reputation of a tough
Many other players performed exceptionally well this
season. Forwards Glen McKenzie, Donn Ferrari, Jimmy
Hart and Jan Wallowing will be all be back next year along
with defenseman Mark Cooper and Joe Donland and
goalies Dave Satter and Bob Driscoll.
This was the most gutsy team Ive ever
coached The team always worked hard and
gave their best effort every time they
stepped on the ice. It was a very young and
inexperienced team this year. Next year I
hope the team will fare better."
0 Weston 2
0 Lincoln Sudbury 5
2 Concord Carlisle 4
2 Bedford 5
2 Wayland 6
4 Westwood 3
l Acton Boxborough 4
2 Wins, 8 Losses, l Tie
I DOCDR TRACK
First Row: Dennis Bauke, David Bernson, Howie Klebenow, Carson Milgram, Gary Abromson, Jed Handspicker, Bob Lein. Mr.
Sutherland. Second Row: Greg Monohan. Eric Epstein. Mark Venet. Harold Bennett. Russ Kintner. Andrew Shulman. Charles
Bond. Robert Taglienti. Howard Harris. Jeff Karol. Peter Cotson. Ara Shismanian Ellis Gabovitch.
Newton South's track team finished the season with
a 0-7 record. This poor record was due to the fact that
a few key performers sustained injuries. The loss of
Bob Taglienti definitely hurt the team. Bob had an
excellent opening meet as he compiled twelve points.
He was destined for a great season, but a hand injury
sidelined him after the first meet. Despite these ob-
stacles the team produced some fine performances.
The best all around effort was against Wayland when
the Lions came within two points ofa tie.
The Seniors on the squad will be missed next year.
Co-Captains Steve Berger and Peter Kotzen displayed
fine leadership. Steve did an excellent job running the
hurdles, and a good job in the high jump. Peter was a
consistant 600 yard runner. Long distance runners Bob
Lein, Russ Kintner, and Ara Shishmanian did well.
Hal Bennett did a good job in the 40 yard dash. Chuck
Bond was the most consistent athlete on the team as he
captured a first in the shot put in almost every meet.
Cary Benjamin, another shotputter, often placed. Andy
Shulman and Howie Harris were reliables in the relay.
Dave Robinson often placed in the 1000.
Next year the team will look forward to the return
ofjuniors, Chris Capeless tl milej. Jeff Karol fl000J.
Jules Brayman Qshotputj, Mark Venet 13003 and Stuart
Perry C40 yard dashj.
Sophomores Dennis Bauke, Carson Milgroom, Steve
Garfinkel. David Bernstein, Howie Klebanow. and
Gary Abramson will also be counted on next year.
Coach Sutherland summed up the season
Better to have run and lost than not run at all
First Row: Ed Gove. Joe Duggan. Dave Williams. Dave Spielman. Second Row: Coach Steeves. Stuart Rothman. Josh Ezrin,
Ronnie Litwin. Mark Comerford. Bobbie Clark. Joe Karas. Scott Sweet. Greg Brown. Coach Pento.
The Newton South Gymnastic Team had a very
disappointing season winning only one in eight meets.
The team was young and inexperienced but it showed
the great determination throughout the season. It was
a hard working team, led by the excellent coaching of
Senior David Williams completed an outstanding
three year career on the rings. Joe Duggan led the
team in scoring as he turned in many fine perform-
ances. Edward Gove, despite an early season injury,
was :1 superb gymnast on the rings and high bar.
Williams. Duggan and Gove were the only ex-
perienced gymnasts on the team.
Next year Coach Steeves will have more ex-
perienced atheletes and hopefully a more successful
- ie., 1.7.
This year was a rebuilding year Dave Williams
they all were fme competitors Next year I hope to see
many more gymnasts out for the team and more
widespread interest in gymnastics throughout the
Coach Tom Steeves
Joe Duggan and Ed Gove will be missed next year as
First Row: Elise Tofias, Carol Maltz. Second Row: Rona Leventhal, Ruth Sparrow. Gale Shahon,
Amy Rosenthal. Third Row: Miss Blanchard, Wendy Levin, Maureen Foley. Sheila Comerford, Laurie
Glunts, Miss Alberts, Miss Wright. Missing: Janet Gove.
The Newton Southls Girls' Gymnastic Team exhibited grace and poise in the four competitive events:
Free exercise, vault, balance beam and uneven parallel bars. However, this was the "orange and bluelsw
first unsuccessful season to qualify for the team state meet in three years.
The Gymnastic Team was composed of eleven gymnasts: sophomores Maureen Foley, Laurie Glunts,
Rona Leventhal and Ruth Sparrowg Juniors Sheila Comeford, Janet Gove, Carol Maltz, Wendy Levin,
Amy Rosenthal and Gale Shahon. The teamls only senior was Elise Tofias whose outstanding stamina and
poise always sparkled with each of her routines. Good luck next year, Elise!
Among this season's highest scorers was Carol Maltz and Maureen Foley, who alone qualified for the
state individual meet.
On the whole, Newton Southls Girls' Gymnastic Team has displayed an unlimited potential and the
coaches Ms. Ann Wright and Ms. Judy Blanchard can be assured that this year's rather disappointing
season was due to inexperience and a mere streak of bad luck.
This years girls gymnastics team was the hardest working most
improved team ever Unfortunately a 2 6 record doesnt show this After
graduating half of the team last year we were left with a team of eleven
With so few gymnasts each girl has been forced to work several events
instead of just one Achieving enough difficulty amplitude and com
position to put into a routine takes a great deal of time particularly when
you are working in more than one area.
We are all very proud of the team. Even though we lost several meets,
they were close scores. From the beginning to the end of the season, we
improved our scores by ahnost twenty points. Finally and probably most
important, each girl worked her very hardest and improved her ability
greatly. Ann Wright
GIRLS BASKETB LL
First Row: Kathy Clark. Charlene LeBlanc. Carol Kress. Susan Gorden. Second Row: Miss Hixon.
Neysa Dillon. Aimee Shapiro. Lynne Korelitz. Meg Hurley. Beth Gilles. Third Row: Patty Riley. Jan
Barnett. Sara Rubenstin. Dianne Sullivan. Peggy Riley.
lt has been both a learning experience and a very ex-
citing. rewarding. and challenging season for the Newton
South Girls' Basketball Team. The majority of the girls on
both the J.V. and Varsity teams had never worked with each
other before. Yet. through the hard work and mutual desire
to put together a good team and the excellent coaching of
Ms. Pamela I-lixon and Ms. Eileen Brault. the team began
The varsity team started out on a positive note by' win-
ning a scrimmage against a very tough team. However. a
streak of bad luck hit the team as they lost eight extremely'
close games. Due to the girls' enthusiasm and determination
for a winning season. the team fought towards victory. By
the end of the season. the girls finally had a chance to
display their excellent potential in playing great basketball.
The J.V. had a harder time getting off the ground.
However. as the season progressed. the girls immensely
improved and began to concentrate on working together as
a team. Although disappointed after losing some really close
games. JN. hung in there. As a result. both the J.V. and the
Varsity's seasons ended in victory--a great inspiration for
next year's Girls Basketball!
This year the Girls Basketball teams have had a relatively' success-
ful season finishing with records of 4 wins. 8 losses for the varsity
and l win. ll losses for the J.V. Both teams were faced with very'
strong competition throughout the season. but with hard work the
girls managed to pull things together and to come up with some key
92 Good luck to all seniors. Pam Hixon
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The Lions had another disappointing season on the
grid iron despite an improved defense. This football
team's problems were to be found with the offense. for
In the first two games of the season the Lions failed to
score a point as Weston demoralized them 27-0 in the
opener. and Maynard's equally inept offensively.
squeezed by South by a mere 3-0 score.
Things brightened up for the Lions in the third game
as they captured their first win defeating Rindge Tech 8-
6. A strong running attack led by Juniors. Pete Nathan-
son and Kevin Hoban and Senior Walt Fatini sparked
the Lion offense.
Kevin Hoban was virtually a one man show as he led
South past Concord-Carlisle 27-16. Hoban was magnifi-
cent as he scored three touchdowns and chipped in with
two interceptions. Tony Lombardo helped with a 65 yard
runback of an interception.
A lack of offense hurt the Lions again as Bedford
handed them their third loss of the season by an 8-0
score. The Lions showed an adequate running game. but
their passing game was the major factor causing the
team's inability to score.
In the Lion's sixth game of the season they were
crushed by a powerful Stoughton team 35-0. The Lions
held their own in the first half as they trailed by only
seven points at half time. But Stoughton erupted for
twenty eight second-half points to win going away.
In the seventh game of the season the Lions played an
excellent game but were edged by a tough Acton-Box-
borough team. 14-6.
Theshigh point of the season came in game eight as the
Lions shocked defending Dual County Champion. Way-
land by an 8-0 score. The Lion defense played brilliantly
as they contained the strong Wayland offense. The of-
fense moved the ball well all day. Kevin Hoban broke a
scoreless tie in the third period with a superb eleven yard
run. Pete Nathanson added the two point oonversion
making it 8-0.
Coming off the brilliant win against Wayland. the
Lions expected little trouble from winless Lincoln-Sud-
bury. The Lions handed the game over to the Warriors
by committing many costly penalties and turnovers. Lin-
coln-Sudbury won their first game of the season as they
upset South 8-6.
The failure of the "73" team could be attributed to the
fact that there were only eight seniors on the squad.
Besides Captains Art Murphy. Tony Lombardo and Den-
nis Anastasia. the only other Seniors were Walt Fatini.
Bob Taglienti. Haskell Kingston. Hal Bennett and Tom
Next fall's team should reap the harvest of this years
very young team. Many starting juniors and sophomores
will be returning.
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First Row: Mr. Kojoyen, Haskell Kingston. Robert Taglienti, Tony Lombardo, Dennis Anastasia. Art Murphey. Harold Bennett.
Walter Fatini. Mr. McDonald, Mr. Winkler. Second Row: Greg Moan. Joe Donton. Ricky Taranto, Jeff Lawson, Kevin Hoban.
Peter Nathanson. Scott Groper, Mike Stockman, George Brockman. Mr. Young. Mr. Vento. Third Row: Peter Maples. Mark
Tershiak, Matt Sabetti, Jeff Bennett, Aaron Moynahan, Jeff Goldsmith, Greg McKinney. Phil Small. Richard Gozman. Gerry
Freid, Dick Kellem. Fourth Row: Mike Berzon, Jimmy Blackman, Phil Moreau. Keith Washington, David Chused. Bobby Lipson,
David Costa, Michael Mosca, Joel Carlin, John Amicongoli, Charles Pozner.
The big plus this season was the out
standing leadership of our co captains Den
fl ms Anastasia Tonv Lombardo and Art
Murphy and the excellent play of our de
'la next years captain Greg Moan fBoth All
Dual County League selectionsl The
seniors will be missed but with many fine
returning lettermen returning next year the
outlook looks very optimistic
fense led by juniors Aaron Moynahan. and
The 1973 Soccer Season started out with a crucial
coaching change. Alan Einhorn. a fine collegiate soccer
player and captain of the 1971 Cornell Soccer team.
came to South with high aspirations. Einhorn and
Coach Ophair Caras faced the remarkably tough task
of taking over for previous coach. Mike Coven.
The Hrst game of the year matched South against
cross town rival Newton North. Aris Bidianos played
exceptionally well as he scored two goals and almost
put in the game winner on a penalty kick. The game
ended in a 2-2 deadlock. It looked as if it was going to
be a very successful season for the booters.
However. the Lions dropped three out of their first
four games. The highlight of this four game span was
the play of South against Lincoln-Sudbury. the per-
enial powerhouse of the Dual County League. The
Lions played very well but were unable to match the
tough Lincoln-Sudbury squad. Lincoln-Sudbury went
into the game with an established 17 year tradition of
not loosing a home game which was almost shattered
by South. The Lions led during most of the game. but
with two minutes left Lincoln-Sudbury tied the score
at 1-1. The overtime proved to be fruitless. but South
lost three out of their next four games by a single
The Lions ended the season by bombing Wayland
3-0. Aris Bidianos had two goals. and Paul Linn had a
single goal. This most impressive win climaxed a dis-
astrous 3-8-2 season in which the Lions last seven
games by a mere goal.
Several players performed exceptionally well
throughout the course of the season. Co-Captain Andy
Moore. playing center halfback, was the backbone of
the defense. Andy's excellent play earned him all Dual
County honors. Goalie John Bamel, playing soccer for
the first time, did an excellent job filling in and then
taking over the job from Jimmy Sheroff. Aris Bidianso,
the high scoring full back. added a lot to the offense as
he scored more than 10 goals this season. Aris has
been a standout during his three years of soccer at
Senior Larry Benders. was the most improved player
on the team. Larry's positive attitude and unlimited
hustle made him a fine team member. Other Seniors
who deserve mention are: Paul Linn. Co-Captain Billy
Goodman. Rober Gordon. Alan Barnett. Randy Grod-
had already demonstrated that they are a better team
than their record indicated.
One goal losses plagued the team immensely. They
man. Ittai Kan, Billy Tarter. Robbie Shahon. Ed Laf-
ferty. David Mark, Larry Shulkin and Jeff Randall.
First Row: Ed Lafferty. David Mark. Ittai Kan. Alan Barnett. Larry Benders. James Sheroff. Captain Andy Moore, Captain
Billy Goodman. Roger Gordon. Aris Bidianos. Paul Linn. Jon Firger. Randy Grodman. Second Row: Mr. Einhorn. Jon
Sandman. Humberto Funguntus, Mike Kan. John Bamel, Bruce Jennings. Jimmy Young, Carson Milgroom, Mike
Lafferty. Ray McKinney. Louis Hertzog, Mr. Caras.
"The team looks forward to
the next soccer season and hopes
that the final reward will be dif-
ferent. The departing Seniors
"" shall be missed, particularly Co-
Captains More and Goodman
who provided inspiration and
leadership to a team that suf- ,
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Cross Country Team
Front Row: Bob Lein, David Robinson. Russ Kintner. Byron Ress. Ara Shishmanian. Denise Sheridan.
Second Row: Mr. Geist. Joel Zecher, Jeff Karol. Stuart Rothman. Denise Bauke. Gary Abramson. Arthur
This year's Cross Country Team suffered the loss of two
outstanding runners early in the season. New members were
recruited to fill in the gaping holes left by the missing Harriers,
but the team never quite pulled it together. What had looked
like a 6-8 season wound up 3-l l. The 6'Cup,' had badly
September saw the Harriers win two and lose tive. October's
victory stood alone as South could only repeat its victory over
a weak Lincoln-Sudbury team. At the league meet the Harriers
placed seventh out of eight teams. Again barely escaping total
embarrassment by merciful Lincoln.
Despite their dismal record, individual Harriers continued to
turn in strong performances. Mike Shockett earned the best
time at Mt. Ida this year 031535. Jeff Karol. Dennis Bauke.
Capatin Bob Lein, David Robinson, and Ara Shishmanian all
improved their time and remained devoted to the cause
through another hapless season.
Next year's squad will be captained by Jeff Karol, a member
of the team who performed outstandingly.
GIRLS' SWIM TE M
Front Row: Cindy Marcus. Patti l-loulihan. Debbi Monoson. JoAnn Haimes. Beth Falk. Second
Row: Emily Shapiro. Barbara Sacks. Debby Dubinski. Sherry Fedderbush. Amy Tighe. Judy
Rolands. Mary Roland. Barbara Goodman. Third Row: "Buzzy" Daniels. Lauri Hoffman. Pamela
Woods. Kathy Carlston. Rhonda White. Amy Pidolpho. Nancy Wheeler. Mary Ward. Sue
Rosengarten. Bill Grimes. Fourth Row: Paula Silver. Jackie Simms. Beth Steffans. Rhonda Simond.
"I was very proud to coach Newton South's first girls'
swim team. I hope that all my experiences in coaching
are as good as the experiences I had with the girls' swim
Coach Bill Grimes
Although this was the first year of the Newton South's
Girls' Swim Team's existence. the girls were able to swim
to victory twice out of their five meets. All the meets.
except Newton North. were against already long estab-
lished teams. Should it be called "Beginner's Luck?" Or.
was it the new Newton North pool that gave insentive to
the team? Perhaps these factors helped. However. without
the excellent coaching of Bill Grimes and Diving coach
"Buzzy" Daniels. without the long hours of practices. and
above all without the girls' spirit and great swimming
ability. this year's successful team record would have
Each of the thirty girls on the swim team competed.
Senior Nancy Wheeler and junior Beth Falk did ex-
tremely well in the 50 yard and 100 yard freestyle. Mary
Roland was noted for her breaststroke. and senior Kathy
Carlston represented Newton South in the individual
medley and the butterfly.
The divers were equally successful. Inwards. back-
somersaults. front-dives with half twists and forward half
somersaults were no longer a challenge for sophomores
Jackie Simms and Amy Tighe.
With one year of experience behind them and an early
September start the Newton South Girls' Swim Team
cannot help but have a winning season next year.
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Tofias. Gale Shahon, Janet Gove. Back Row: Lisa Jacobs, Susan
Gordon, Ms. Judy Blanchard. Lynn Korelitz. Cathy Clark, Beth
Gilles, Denise Garcia, Ms. Pamela Hixon.
A true tear-jerking Newton South success story - that's
girls' field hockey. The growth of this team has been a
world renown topic of discussion. Captains Carol Kress
and Elise Tofias proved to be excellent leaders supported
by other superstar seniors like Cathy Clark, Sue Gordon,
Charlene LeBlanc, Cindy Wilkins and Lynette Neptune.
We can even score now, can,t we! A job well done,
Coach Judith Blanchard
Tying scores for Newton South's Field Hockey Team
were by no means a rare occurence. However, with Ms.
Judith Blanchard and Ms. Pamela Hixon who plays left
halfback for the U,S. Field Hockey Team, as coaches, this
year's team could not help but have a great season. Due
to excellent coaching, hard work fyes, those 10 laps
around the field every practice were good for somethingl,
and school spirit, the varsity team lost only to Lincoln-
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Gluntz. Glennys Campell. Second Row: Susan Stockman. Peggy
Reilly, Carol Sturnick. Neysa Dillon. Sharon Franks. Third Row:
Ms. Blanchard, Laurie Rosenstein. Beth Gotchberg, Lynette
Neptune. Sheryl Wenning, Charlene LeBlanc. Sheila Comerford.
Meg Hurley. Ms. Hixon.
Sudbury at a close score of l-O. The ever-increasing
teamwork, the offense's mobility and the strength of the
defense and sophomore Lisa Jacobs were all factors in
the girls being able to change from a defensive to an
offensive game. Carol Kress otherwise known as the girl
with great stickwork, and Elise Tofias scored practically
all of Newton South's goals. Left fullback, Sue Gordon,
outran everyone to the ball, while Cathy Clark was able
to display her talents by playing both right fullback and
center halfback positions.
The Junior Varsity, inspite of its slow start, proudly
represented Newton South in their first win of the season
against Newton North.
The field hockey team,s motto, "Fight, Score, Win!" is
as of yet, only a half-truth. But hopefully, this year,s
Field Hockey Play Day will serve as a glimpse of better
things to come, as Newton South defeated each of the
three teams played. This team's future is extremely prom-
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"LOOK HCDMEVV RD ANGEL"
Eugene Gant ........ ........ Richard Flashman
Ben Gant ................................
Mrs. Marie "Fatty" Pert ......... .
Helen Gant Barton ...............
Hugh Barton ................
Eliza Gant .................
Will Pentland .......
Jake Clatt ..........
Mrs. Clatt .,............
Florry Mangle ......... .
Mrs. Snowden .......
Mr. Farrel ..........
Miss Brown ........
Laura James .........
W. C. Gant ........
Dr. Maguire ..............
Madame Elizabeth .........
Luke Gant .........,,......... ..................
Violins - Judy Sidman. Barbara Wright
Bassoon - Jon Grossman
Cello - Sato Knudsen
Flute - Stephen Yen
Piano - Andrew Schulman
Directed by - Mr. Ernest E. Chamberlain
Produced by - Julie Scovell
. ...... Billy Gordon
NLOQK H0 EVVARD, A GEL"
This year's fall production was "Look Homeward. Angel." The play. written by Ketti Frings. was based on the
autobiography of Thomas Wolfe.
The play centered around the Gant family and the "Dixieland" boardinghouse in which they lived.
The excellent portrayal of the mother. Eliza Gant. was played by Rina Miller. Accompanying her in notable
performances were Richard Flashman and Bruce Ward who portrayed Eliza's somewhat frustrated sons.
A senior at Newton South. Andrew Schulman. composed the music for the show. The authentic set was designed
by Patty Shepherd and David D'Ercole.
Although "Look Homeward. Angel" was a dramatic play involving hardship and death. there was much humor
and charm to keep the audience both enthused and deeply moved.
The entire cast deserves recognition in producing another of Newton South's successful plays.
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138 Hartman Rd.
"You see things as they are and
vau ask. wliv? But I dream things
that never were and I ask. wht'
LAUR1E BETH ABROMSON
37 Alexander Rd.
"lfwi'ou live to love today then
you 'll love to live another day. "
Favorite Date: Sept. 7. 1972
Favorite Season: Summer. Many
thanks to my friends. my parents.
E. J.. Dave. Rob and to Jeff.
You're really fantastic! 1 love you
967 Boylston St.,
"ln a matter like this. subtleti'
appeals to subtletv. and without
imagination no man can follow
another into these halls. "
EDWARD HENRY ADELMAN
48 Kingston Rd.
" grant me the serenitt' to
accept the things I cannot changeg
Courage to change the things I
can: and wisdom to know the
difference. . . "
What? Saturdays SFF
meetings football games
RJG and parties almost being
'of age'. Thanx JCC. ALH.
Stage 1. 2. 3: Marching Band 1. 2.
31 N.E.W. 2. 3: Student Faculty
Forum: Classes 1. 2. 3.
CAROL A. ALLEN
1452 Beacon St.
"To live is the rarest thing in the
world Most people onli' exist that
l'1l never forget the good times I
had with E.B.. D.P. etc. 1t's been
a great three years. Now 1 leave
this school to my sister.
LINDA ELLEN ALPERIN
60 Levbert Rd.
"lf't'ou live your life in a dream.
you mar wake up someday and find
you have nothing real. "
I'll never forget: Always saying
the wrong things. Four big bugs.
A certain football game. Red belt.
and a Mickey Mouse shirt.
14 Woodhaven Rd.
"What are the fields. or flowers, or
all I see? Tasteless all. if not
enjoved with thee."' .
DENNIS M. ANASTASIA
189 Langley Rd.
"We each must move towards our
own goals we must thrive for
existence. We cannot let lU'e move
us. We must move life. And still we
must not forget to look back at
where we have been. "
Thank you everyone without you
I would not have made it.
Football 1. 2 co. Capt. 3
EDWARD ALAN ANDLER
112 Cedric Rd.
Football 1. 2.
Thev sav monev is the root of all
evil, but evil spelled backwards is
Ll VE. "
I leave to Newton South all my
long hard hours of studying.
Hardest times were: week before
finals and trying to figure out
what I want to do after I get out.
There shall never be a true peace,
UNTIL you can live in peace. "
HILLARY RUTH APELBAUM
63 Fenwick Rd.
The comfort of having a friend mav
be taken away, but not that of
having had one. "
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BUNNY M. ARONSON
65 Longfellow Rd.
There is only one kind oflove, but
there are a thousand imitations. "
1'll never forget: W.E.F.T.Y..
French Trip "73". Independent
Study gym. D.W. here I come!
and Thanx to Marc + Beuy.
81 Broken Tree Rd.
214 Langley Rd.
"Without faults, there 'd be no need
to strive, no need to better to
improve our lives. Without hate
there'd be no need for friends, no
special one who soothes, gives
strength, and mends.
Without lies no beautvls found in
truth, no choices to make which
help us growfrom -vouth. "
EMILY ANN BAKERMAN
39 Pine Ridge Rd.
"Don't walk in front of me, I may
not follow. Don't walk behind me,
I mov not lead. Just walk beside
me and be rrtyfriend "
Never forget - many memories
with special friends, BSR and
QSR. To someone special: Love,
you're the only one I wrote that
ROBERT WARREN BAKER 36 Theodore Rd.
222 Upland Ave Cutler
Goodwin I give future students the best
He that hath wisdom shall spareth philosophy for Survival in Newton
h'5Pea"u'5 South, enjoy yourself before
EVAN H. BARDIN
6 Clifton Rd.
SUZANNE L. BARNETI'
55 Old Farm Rd.
"Regrets, we 've had afew. but then
again, too few to mention, we did
what we had to do. and saw it
through without exemption
We've planned each chartered
course, each careful step along the
ov-wav, and more, much more than
this, we did it our wav. "
MATTHEW E. BELLIN
31 Holly Rd.
MARK E. BECKER
32 Oxford Rd.
"A LL HAIL THE
19 Kippy Drive
"Think of something else to pass
the time awav.
For if you close your mind you
won 'tfeel a thing.
Dream of the warmth of lye and
meet what lies ahead.
Fly through the new sensation Ahnd
your seya place . . . "
and to all of you - thanks.
KENNETH M. BELLO
45 Adeline Rd.
"We are what we -pretend to be, so
we must be careful about what we
pretend to be. "
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
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30 Harrison St.
Stick to your soul and your soul
will stick to you. But sometimes life
has a way of slipping through your
HAROLD ELIOT BENNETT
39 Cottonwood Rd.
"A lways have the confidence to
speak your mind and the courage
to stand behind your words. "
Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1. 2. 33
Concert Band 1. 2, 33 Stage Band
1, 2, 33 Treasurer - Varsity Club,
Saxophone, Ogunquit. My Stereo.
Lucky. College in 1974. Whist
games, Farewell to the "MEN."
-1 ff j
r, If KIT
18 Jane Rd.
"Imagination is more important
than knowledge. "
A salute to the Costa Rican
Army: gavatchos dminos bweeano
piasta. Remember: 3 weeks in
May. Wist. Purity, a horse's neck.
N. H. at 3:00 A. M., Tufts.
Matoaka. Loon and the cape. Bill:
whose woods these are? Farewell
to "The Men".
Football l.Arts Fest. 2. 3. Forum
I9 Andrew St.
"lt doesn'1 happen
said the Skin Horse.
" You become.
It takes a long time.
doesn't oyqen happen to people who
break easily, or have to be kept
carefully. But once you are real
vou can't be ugly. except to people
who don 'I understand "
all at once, "
That s why it
JONATHAN S. BENNETT
3 Ridgway Terr.
Indoor and outdoor track ll, IZ.
The last 3 years have been the
best ones of my life so farg I am
looking forward to graduating,
though, because I have more to
do in the future than I could ever
realize now. I would like to thank
all the teachers I had and the
students I knew who helped to
make life livable.
l02 Louise Rd.
"It was the best of times, it was the
worst oftimes . .
Indoor Track 2, captain 3.
Outdoor Track 2. 3. Chess Club 2.
3. Regulus 3, Senior Slump I, 2,
ALAN MARK BERKOWITZ
ll6 Ridge Ave.
"A wonderful fact to reflect upon,
that every human creature is
constituted to be that profound
secret and mystery to every other. "
Stage Crew, SFF, Union, City
"A little inaccuracy sometimes
saves tons ofexplanation. "
"You're going to Harvard!
Oh, you are joking me!"
LISA JOY BERKSON
33 Old Farm Rd.
"No distance ofplace, ar lapse 4
time, can lessen the hiendship of
those who are thoroughly
persuaded of each others worth, "
I'll always remember my very
special friends, who made all the
happy times possible. Thanks,
LISA HENYA BERKOWITZ
37 Waldorf Rd.
Remember: Cutler Commonsg
D.M., S.C.. J.M., S.S.. S.M.. V.S..
"See the funny little man. small in
his size compared to the land
When will he grow up can time
The ,hmny little man can see
beyond the hill. "
LAUREN LYNN BERNSTEIN
62 Westgate Rd.
" When the dream came I held my
breath with my eyes closed. I went
insane, like a smoke ring dat' when
the wind blows. Now I won 't he
back till later on UI do come back
at all. But you know me. and I
miss you. "
- Neil Young
l59 Christina St.
"I Irv not I0 let school interfere
with muv education.
I'll never forget the memories and
guys at the corner. The good and
bad times with "Bad Guv".
mostly bad. in fact all bad. "Kings
Five". or the night over Tags
House 4 183.
ADAM MICHAEL NICHOLAS
60 Solon Sl.
Goodwin "Buzz, The Blade"
One smile relieves a heart that
grieves tho deadlv sad it be. and
one hard look can close the book
that lovers love to see. "
S. CHET BRADLEY BIRGER
l77 Baldpate Hill Rd.
"A man can be destroved but P101
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208 Woodward St.
"Love one another, but make not a
bond ofl01'6',' Let it rather be a
moving sea between the shores of
vour souls. "
VFW PKWY .lan 28 '73. Ginney
and Peter 4 everll - the Ind
FWHGR - a certain 66 chevy.
summers of '72 and '73 - the kids
in the HGLDS and PS. Pocono
Mts. '73. Did we make it Em?
make it Em?
HELAINE MARJORIE BLOCK
5l Troy Lane
. . just remember that all the
people in the world haven 'I had the
advantages that -vou 've had. 'l
Special love to wonderful parents.
brother. 2 nanas. To Steven with
Love. then. now, forever: thanks
"wouldnt it be nice if we were
older, than we iroztldnt have to
wail so long. "
The Beach Boys
87 Brandeis Rd.
Happy everylasting love and
needless to say invaluable engage?
"Those who speak don 't know,
those who don't speak know."
Good luck to the regions. Hi over
169 Spiers Rd.
"Wasn't it -vesterdav we used to
laugh at the wind behind us. didn 't
we run awav and hope that time
wouldn 't Irv to find us . .
My friends are my chosen family
and my family are my chosen
friends. Much love to all -
f", an " -. ' ,-A. J. . , ' 'ru I-P
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1370 Beacon St.
19 Bowdoin St.
17 Oxford Rd.
Uifa man does not keep pace with
Perhaps it is because he hears a
Let him step to the music he hears
however measured or far awav. "
A Henry David Thoreau
With much happiness and hope to
my friends A thanks so much.
S. X A -
CHARLES FREDERICK BOND
12 Sutcliffe Park
To live. one must enjov.
To love, one must respect.
To keep, one must cherish
It is the ear not the mind that
does the thinking. To have it and
to put it to good use. is two
Good luck to those at the corner.
39 Marla Circle
JODY ANN BRIGGS
7 Indiana St.
Your children are not your
children . . .
You mav give them your love but
not your thoughts, for they have
their own thoughts.
You mav house their bodies but not
their souls, for their souls dwell in
the house of tomorrow, which you
can not visit, not even in vour
ELLEN BETH BORNSTEIN
169 Florence St.
"Dont wortjv about what shows
from without but the love that lives
l'1l always remember: C.A.. N.E..
D.P. and most of all F.R. for
being part of my life. With much
love and thanks to all of you.
l462 Centre Sl.
This above all: I0 Ilzine own selfhe
Irue and il musl follow, as Ilze
Illglll lhe dar. Thou cans? no! Ilzen
bejalse Io any man. "
Shakespeare. Hamlez Act l. Scene
Ill. line 75.
School Committee Representative
ll. IZ: Reflexions ll. ll: SFF ll:
French Club ll. 121 May Arts
Festival 10. ll. 12.
CHARLES J. BUDD
224 Jackson St.
To be a lawyer.
To become a success.
To be rec0gni:ed
21 Southwick Rd.
"II wasn'1 rhe wine," murmured
Mr. Snodgrass. in a broken voice
"II was Ihe salmon. "
GLENN C ALMUS
l97 Spiers Rd.
Bu! self 6'.X'0I71lIlf1ll0I1 if ii is
lhoroizgh enough, is nearlv alwavs
ihefirsi siep ioward change. I was
io discover thai no one who learns
10 know himself remains ljLl5l wha!
he was behvre.
57 Metacomet Rd.
lll Herrick Circle
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100 Lovett Rd.
MARGARET ANN CARTER
192 Lincoln St.
A Frenchman mils! always be
llllklllg, WlI6ll1f?I' he knows
aniihing of III? NILZIIFI' or I10l,' an
Englishman is COIIICIII io sam'
I10Il1llI.2. when he has nothing I0
I - Samuel Johnson
12 Drumlin Rd.
56 Westgate Rd.
ELISE S. CHANG
55 Beethoven Ave.
"There are loyal hearls, Ihere are
There are souls Ihal are pure and
Then give I0 the world Ihe best you
And the besl will come back Io
Sincere gratitude to my most
DAVID EDWARD CHERNY
211 Cypress St.
Spanish Club I. 2, 3.
December of '72 and Flo. skiing.
summer of '73. W.P.. S.M.. the
square, S.A., Fenway with M.W..
C.G.. G.L.. P.J.. the pocket. H.R..
weekends in Rhode Island with
R.S., Hook. Reggie. H.H.. P.S..
the boss. G.L., M.L., Thanks for
everything A.C. 8: J.C.
"Pretty please with sugar on top . . .?"
ROGER D. CIBELLA
l7ll Beacon St.
Ulf .-sim .
CATHERINE GRACE CLARK
1664 Centre St.
Field Hockey 3. Thanx M.B..
M.H.. M.E.. Hey Sheila. we are
not jocs. we're super jocs or
jocetts! Remember the door. and
all the good times, Hey Ten aj.
how 'bout horseback riding in
"Peace is not ou! of reach, bu!
sifting in the palm ofurour hand "
MICHAEL J. CIPRIANO
78 John St.
"Trouble is easy lo Agar mm hm
hard Io gel our nj "
Baseball ll. l2.
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DAVID MAURICE COHEN
46 Marvin Lane
"This is pre-emenlll' Ihe time ro
speak Ihe lrulh. Ihe whole Irulh
frankly and boldly So firsl of
all le! me asserl ntrfirm belief Ihat
the only Ihing we have I0 fear is
Rear irsey--nameless, unreasoning,
unjuslified lerror which paral1':es
needed efforts to convert retreal
into advance. "
Franklin D. Roosevelt
JAMES O. CLEVELAND
43 Carver Rd.
D0 Solon St.
AMY BETH COOPER
39 Donna Rd.
I will never forget . . .
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MARCIA CHERYL COHEN
61 Brierfield Rd.
Varsity Tennis l0. ll. l2: French
Club 10: Spanish Club 12.
To all my friends who helped
make my years at South great-
"A nd in lhe sweelness of-friendship
le! there be laughter and sharing of
pleasures . .
JAMES STEVEN COHEN
85 Drumlin Rd.
friend. you and I shall remain
s1ranger's unro life And unlo one
another. and each unlo himself
Unlil the dav when you shall speak
and I shall lislen
Deeming -Your voice rm' own voice:
And- When I shall srand before you
Thinking mvself slanding before a
447 Dudley Rd.
"The name ofvfriend is common.
but thegfailh ofjriendship is rare. "
The world is a looking glass, and
gives back ro everv man Ihe
reflection of his own face. "
NANCY EVELYN COHEN
16 Country Club Rd.
"I am the advenrurer on a vovage
of discovery, readv Io receive fresh
impressions, eager for fresh
horizons, no! in lhe spirit of a
mililanl conquerer to impose ntvsey
or mv ideas, bu! I0 identjv mysey
in and unyfv with, whaiever I am
able I0 recognize as signyicanlly
par! of ME: Ihe "ME" of universal
DAVID J. COOPER
7 Wright Rd.
For man to eonrinue I0 survive in
lhis world, he musl learn to pu!
aside all warfare and lurn lo more
civilized merhods ofpeace.
20 Athelstane Rd.
"The wise man knows that
imagination is not onli' a means of
pleasing himsey' and bequiling
tedious hours with romances and
fairvtales . . .
but also a means offorseeing and
being prepared for realities as .vet
and of testing the possibility and
desirability of serious Utopias. "
-George Bemard Shaw-
WILLIAM T. CROWLEY
1093 Chestnut St.
SALLY A. CORLEY
1665 Centre St.
Wheeler "Pit" + "Gino"
"Remember me when this you
see, and bear in mind" That all
people that fall can get up again, I
remember Weeks and South for
setting me right when I was not.
E. O.. J. M., D. D., J. M., will
linger on inside me. "I now bid
my school fairwellf' Thanks!
ROBERT PAUL CORMIER
1 Josselyn Place
The dump lives right! Dick,
Quinn, Mash, Bumpy, Brillo. J.D.,
Chick. Sully, Bumba, Jack,
Hutton. Weekends with Bud or
his close friend Schiltz,
CHARGERS! The Youth Croup.
Chicks that mean a lot - Laura,
Michelle, Summer of "73".
Friends! College Bound. Good
Dream until your dreams come
GEORGE FRANCIS CULLEN
73 Herrick Rd.
How can I ever forget John F. All
our messing around together.
Including Driver Ed. and the car
accidents. We always "Let the
good times Roll." and Moye.
How could I ever forget her!!
And all the nuts in the front of
the school. These things I'll never
ANDREW D. CUMMINGS
127 Dedham St.
STEVEN M. CRAMER
44 Indian Ridge Rd.
83 Greenwood St.
" and miles I0 go before I
B A don't spill that madrassl
bandaids. Have a heart. The
LAKE summer of '72. '73, guard
parties. Hey B. C.. did you see
Andy IOX around campus.
Thanks Mr. A. B.. anzo, houli A
you finally got me. don't be
ridiculous mona. right B?
ERIC CARL CYKER
428 Dudley Rd.
STEVEN A. DANA
99 Hagen Rd.
"AH yes" I will never forget the
good times at NSHS.
122 "Ah ---- another school day finally over!"
LOIS KAY DANIN
43 Levbert Rd.
"In the end the love you take is
equal I0 the love you make."
I'll never forget: all the Christmas
vacations in Bermuda, those
certain blue eyes. colored
lightbulbs. and midnight pool
I will always remember all my
good friends and the great times
PETER CLARK DAVIDOW
105 Country Club Rd.
Vice President of Monday Sub
"noli dubitare de parve nes. "
I5 Linda Lane
DAVID A. DAY
108 Lake Ave.
DEBRA P. DEAGLE
55 Goddard St.
Memories: 5!29!73, "Dream on".
May Arts '73, Catillions. Tuesday
Afternoons. Summers on the
Cape with my friends. City Hall.
Hoskins tent. Jungle Fever.
Friendship and good times with J.
J.. M. J.. A. L., P. W,. M. B., and
Hecky. P.S. - Always remember
- Fun. Fun, Fun 'til Daddy takes
the Delta away!
STEPHEN EDWARD DEAN
105 Oakdale Rd.
"Some men see things as they are
and sat' why, I dream things that
never were and say why' not. "
I'l1 never forget France. The New
York Times, and The Cutler
House Project and all of the
beautiful people that worked on
115 Dickerman Rd.
I want to thank, my wonderful
parents for all their help and
guidance they gave me. If it
weren't for them I wouldn't be
graduating this year. I leave
Newton South my sister Joanne.
Work Study 2, 3g Great times
with great friends 1, 2, 3, See ya
KAREN ANNE DELUCA
182 Parker St.
"There's winds out on the oeean,'
They 're blowing where they chose.
But them winds ain't got no
And they don 't know the blues. "
I leave to Southg 540 days of my
lifeg 539 which I missed. Never
forget: Nancy, Zane, Texaco, and
my quizzling. See ya in
DAVID ALLEN D'ERCOLE
10 O'Rourke Path
I woke up this morning, with love
in mind it was rainin' outside, but
nit' love still shines, It kept me
warm till int' brain touched the sky
. . . Neil Young
Jaybirds with a fool on the hill.
Randy what happened to our
Stage crew 1, 2. 33 Colorado.
STEVEN P. DICKENS
25 Nickerson Rd.
JOAN MARJORIE DIENGOTT
22 Stone Ave.
"I have alwavs known That at last
I would Take this road, but
yesterday I did not know that it
would be todav. "
I owe special thanks to those
special people who were there
when I needed them
96 Erie Ave.
Skinny, Dink Pizzy,
Shields, Doc. Ed.
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3,
KIMBERLY JOY DIETTE
39 Bowdoin St.
"The mind I swat' bv and the heart
I bear shall never .sag with doubt.
nor shake with-kar. "
"I will not choose what man-v men
desire, because I will notjump with
Common spirits and rank me with
the barbarous multitudes. " -
I've had a love affair with NSHS
l590 Centre St.
N.S.H. was a real different
experience! Never forget: Girls'
Basketball team - lS.H.S.jg
N.W.I-l. and all the green girls. -
3:00 Football, 3:30 Girls' Locker
Room. "Buzz" - Starter and
outside - strip. tFavoritesl
Thanks everyone: D. D.. A. D..
M. D.. L. D., Marianne, Dianne,
Delaney. Connie, Nancy. Ruthie.
All my love to Bob. tchopper 8:
48 Oxford Rd.
David, He sent his draji cards to
the government explaining he
intended to live in a wav which
Could affirm the lives of others not
Saving no to death is savingyes to
life, and saving yes to lje is against
the law. David got three lvears.
Joan Baez about her husband
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AUDREY M. ENGLANDER
54 Selwyn Rd.
THOMAS F. DUNCAN JR.
5 Agawam Rd.
ANDREA ROSE EFFENSON
600 Quinobeguin Rd.
"The extra calories needed for one
hour of intense ejort would be
eompletelv met bv eating of one
ovster cracker or one half of a
salted peanut. "
Francis G. Benedict
MARISE ANNE FACHER
152 Waban Ave.
Mimi . . , Cutler House Project
and the group running away
. .. "I'm trying" . . . sitting by the
gym . . . many, many absences . . .
Eddie and Michael . . . sweet
dreams and flying machines
Provincetown summer of '73
radios, loneliness and friends
CHANGES today is the
first day of the rest of your life
, . . goodbye. Newton South.
Thank you to all my friends and
teachers for making this year to
one of my best. It was an
experience to come to a different
country. I welcome everybody to
come and visit me if you come to
15 Voss Terrace
Like a bird on a wire
Like a drunk in a midnite chair
I have tried in my wav to befree.
LS. CM. NG. RA. ER. ST. JH.
JP, CC. ME. SR. JS, MASHPEE.
APL. NC. EP, JY. MDC. BL.
TW, BC, SP. PM, KS. BS. GAS.
HL. JL. MAF. FAE. CHP.
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175 Cypress St.
"There is no problem which cannot
be solved, and no goal which
cannot be reached. "
I'1l always remember all the good
times I had with C. A.. E. B., D.
P. Thanks Bob for making each
day worth living. For a great
summer of '73. The fun I had at
RICHARD ALAN FAGIN
119 Harwich Rd.
"Money mai' be the root of all
eveil, but those of us who are smart
enough to earn it are also smart
enough not to repentfor it. "
Foreign Language Honor Society
- 2. ACS Chemistry Award - 2.
DOROTHY ANN FALLOWS
5 Bellingham St.
"Just a few drops in their coffee
. .. that should put them to sleep
for a while."
AMY RUTH FADER
I8 McCarthy Rd.
"Anything worth worrying about is
worth laughing at. "
I'll never forget. mumble mumble.
Drool. Drool. watch out for Trash
Cans that jump into the street.
KE: I hope NSHS doesn't tum
into a prison before you get out!
GGR gone but not forgotten.
Summer of '73 PP 8: TB.
I4 Linda Lane
Fog comes on
little cats feet
It sits looking
over the harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on,
The rhino is a homely beast.
For human eyes he's not a feast
Farewell. farewell you old
l'll stare at something less
WALTER A. FATINI
67 Elliot St.
football l. 2. 3. wrestling I. 3
lacrosse 2. 3 "It's not that I love
study less. but that I love fun
D, K. Remember all V. Partie. All
the people of the corner. it was a
great time. Special thanks to A.
M. who corrupted me.
JACQUELINE M. FAULKNER
33 Fessender St.
"Strive not to equal but to excel"
ANDREW LEE FIELDING
58 Country Club Rd.
"If we cannot end now our
differences. at least we can help
make the world safe for diversity.
For. in the final analysis, our most
basic common link is that we all
inhabit this small planet We all
breathe the same air And we
are all mortal."
NEAL D. FELDMAN
67 Andrew St.
I33 Amold Rd
"The reality of the other person is
not in what he reveals to you. but
in what he cannot.
Therefore. if you understand him.
listen not to what he says. rather
to what he does not."
"stairway to Heaven . . . And it
makes me wonder"
5 Botsford Rd
"I bid you to live in peace and
patience without fear or hatred.
and to succor the oppressed and
love the lovely. and to be the
friends of men. so that when ye
are dead, men may say of you.
they brought down Heaven to the
Earth for a little while."
MARGERY BETH FISCHBEIN
70 Wendell RD
"It is impossible to live a pleasant
life without living wisely and well
and justly, and it is impossible to
live wisely and well and justly
without living pleasantly."
BRUCE L. FINN
90 Leeson Lane
JON RICHARD FIRGER
75 Devonshire RD
Until we meet again . . .
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I'll never forget: JT shows.
weekends in Mtl, EJ
"Mmmmm!", coffee raps, DS
Poo, JV, aching to ski Bogi? CC,
IF, S.N. Rapids, BEE-Bee, TSH 8.
George - We won't know the true
value of the past two years for
some time. but wow it's been
ALAN E. FISHSTEIN
47 Bontempo Rd.
MARA ELLEN FLASH
10 Duxbury Rd
"I try sometimes to imagine what
it's like to be someone else, but
it's pretending, it has to be me,
who else is there?"
Thanks to D. G. - For all the
good times, Con Ch, Voc ENS,
S.T.W.g Jelly Roll, Naticook P.T.1
AEPI, How can I
ROBYN AMY FISHER
67 Meadowbrook Rd
"FRIENDS are not bought and
used, but earned and kept"
Special thanks tog
never forget the good times. The
summer of 73 - Israel and a
certain someone there. July 20.
Long C.I.G.s with P.m. The gray
car, Mommy, rides to work, "I'm
a trooper." Mich, Where's the
music? Regulus 3.
MARK JOEL FLICOP
121 Olde Field Rd.
l'll never forget: Nardella. Harry.
"TAXI", AV. PF, Tony.
Hochstaedter, Rixiora "tonto",
wongy. mike, sue. red light.
"You can't always get what you
want, but ifyou try' sometime you
can get by todav. "
- Mick Jagger
Sophomore Cla-s Committee-10,
Spanish Club- 12.
RICHARD H. FLASHMAN
99 Deborah Rd.
You can't always get what you
want but if you Irv sometime you
mightfind, you get what you need.
MAURA BETH FLEISHMAN
21 Haynes Rd.
Look to this Dain' For yesterday' is
but a dream, and tomorrow is only'
a visiong but today' well-lived
makes every' yesterday' a dream of
happiness, and every' tomorrow a
vision of hope.
"I get by with a little helpfrom rny'
friends. . Thanks loads!
HEIDY PERL FOGEL
89 Ripley St.
We have provided for the survival
of man against all enemies. except
his fellow man.
Lyman Lloyd Bryson
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MILDRED W. FORREST
88 Vine St.
There is more to lje than
achieving your goal. It is being
able 10 enjoy' it.
I can't forget all my true friends.
parents and someone very special
to me - David. Byron. how can I
sum up our relationship? College
weekends. summer "73". good
times and the schemes.
66 John St.
I oou1dn't have made it to school
this last year it wasn't for the use
car lot where we got all are parts.
My thanks to all the J's. and also
thanks to B Block Express.
750 Boylston St.
"Dreams are for those who sleep.
Life is for us to keep. "
Never forget Gerr. and Dec '72.
Taxis. Garb's and Deb T.. John
C. and calls. all my friends and
remember Linda. Sonny wouldn't
JOH S. FRANCHI
44 Orchard Ave.
Never forget George, The times
we had and that aftemoon when
that tree jumped in front of my
car. "BUD" and the Bums out
front. No way I can ever forget
Diane and the weekends that
went by so fast! The R and R
Revivals l and 2.
MICHAEL A. FREEDMAN
141 Jackson St.
301 Cypress St.
"Don't look back to where you
once had been, look straight ahead
while walking through the rain . . .
for the memories are drwing like
I'll never forget: the first time I
met you, Florida '73 - amazing,
the incident at the Cape, hot
chocolate? . . . Many summer
nights, . . . and someone very
Spanish Club, Activities
Committee. Student Teacher
JONATHAN LEE FRIEDMAN ELLIS ZACHARY
123 Adeline Rd. GABOVITCH
Goodwin 178 Beethoven Ave
Funny, it doesrft look like a Cutler
kumbuat-l Ski Club Pr s l 2 3 Ou ng
South was another roadblock on Club 1 Pres 2 3 Gefm U
my endlessjourney to nowhere. Club C5 PICS
860 Dedham St.
Uyou want something vert' much.
you must let it go free,
U it doesn't come back it wasnt
yours to begin with but V it does,
love itforever. "
Europe "73". and em. what's
P.P.H.? Tennis, Jude? Jo, C. W.,
Gorgo, R. C., "Sleeze", Hanky.
Spitz. B. B.. Thanks Griels.
JOAN MARIE GALVIN
1243 Walnut St.
' '... and then there wasfvou. "
I'll never forget: All the good
times. O. Zfs Bostons. Rides
around. Henikens, movies. having
fun, P. B., P. H., and J. C. and the
fun we had growing up.
Thank you Jay C. I enjoyed every
moment, your so very special to
me. Good luck to all.
PATRICIA A. GENTILE
9 Hillside Rd.
104 Dorcar Rd.
A Salute to the Costa Rican
Army, gavatches Dminos
Bweeano Piasta. 3 weeks in May
"73". 2 Horses-Necks, whist at
Cary's, Bonging at Ed's.
Blackberry Brandy. The
BUSINESS with NZ, H.T.R.
Boys. And HH's New Years Eve
"73" Farewell to "the Men".
43 Steams St.
To see a world in a grain of sand
And heaven in a wild flower.
Hold infinity in the palm of your
And Etemity in an hour.
LISA J. GERSHALK
250 Spiers Rd.
Happy the day that begins with a
But if you stop to think a
moment, how much more can we
do for ourselves and each other
than to lighten the burdens of
reality with a smile and a chuckle.
51 Crescent Ave.
"Live and Love. sing a song or
dance a dance - Ka sera sera."
"To the people who helped guide
me through my high school years.
and those whom I have
THE Concord in "72" with Cuz. a
great 4some or Zsome LM.
U.N.H. '73, et ma cher famille.
ELLEN L. GOLDBERG
86 Varick Rd.
I would like to thank two great
Parents, without whose guidance
and help I wouldn't be where I
am now. Also all my friends who
helped me in my good and bad
times. Colour niv World with hope,
peace, and happiness
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CONSTANCE H. GOLD
15 Sycamore Rd.
"I've saved some sunlight if you
should ever need a place away
Special thanks to all my friends.
What's P.P.H.? I can't believe I
Love ya KAKA! France trip "73".
summer of "72" six years of a
unforgetable friendship! Dukey.
Agnes, AF, W. S., RH. Jazz "73
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SHERRI L. GOLDBERG LISA F. GOLDENBERG
5 Esty Farm Rd. -
"One who has hope finds in
himself hidden sources of life. He
develops a sensitivity towards the
feelings of others, and shares
himself with others in friendship
and love. He is ready to listen and
to find directions for his life,
pathways of meaning through the
maze of human complexity."
231 Country Club Rd.
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Q N " " g , 'i . , f , ' WILLIAM GOODMAN
5, ' .X ' 76 Beaconwood Rd.
l have only one life, and it is short
enough. Why waste it on things I
don't Want most?
L. D. Brandeis
soccer: 2, co-captain 3 Varsity
Club: 2, 3 Ski Club: 1, 2,3
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STEVEN GOLDMAN y
6a Chinian Path .
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DEBRA L. GOLDSTON
8 Ridgway Terrace
Man spends his life in reasoning
the past complaining of the
present and trembling for the
I want to thank my friends, M. F.,
L. H., T. L.. J. G. for all the fun I
had, Eh-wah Happen! Also my
parents for being so wonderful.
All my LOVE to EBB
CYNTHIA L. GORDON
16 Cynthia Rd.
"A smile takes but a moment. but
the memory of it lasts forever."
l'll never forget the fantastic
times: Nantasket, Prom "73",
singing with Lee Daniels, March
l3th", J. L. L. school plays,
France in April. A beautiful
friendship with Michele. The
perfect brother. "Ricky thank
Thanks to all my friends . . .
459 Dudley Rd.
"It is only with the heart that one
can see rightly: what is essential is
invisible to the eye" Tennis Team.
NANCY S. GORDON
l34 Pond Brook Rd.
"To-find lrue happiness. one 1711151
firslgfind lruefriends. "
To my friends. l'll never forget
you. Thanks for making these past
3 years tolerable.
ROGER BRUCE GORDON
2l Cross Hill Rd.
I never le! schooling inlerfere wilh
Int' eduealion . . "We spend half
our lives worrying abou! Ihings Ihal
never happen. "
Loon "7O". Wist. Colorado "74".
Killington with Nate: CRACK. H
8: R Boys fi libuster.
Varsity soccer 2. 31 Varsity Tennis
2. 3: Orchestra 2. 3.
Farewell to the "MEN". A special
thanks to Robin B.
SUSAN MARY GORDON
110 Charlemont St.
Thanks to all my friends. coaches.
teachers. C.L.. M.H.. C.C.. D.M..
Thanks Mom and Dad and
Field Hockey l. 2. 3: Basketball l.
2. 3: Outdoor Track l. 2. 31
Merstead Field Hockey Camp.
"Become the one you dream you
can be. "
Peace 8: Love
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MARCIE A. GORMAN
6 Brush Hill Rd.
STEVEN J. GOU LD
34 Margaret Rd.
Fridays in the parking lot. Good
times at the front and everything
else. to keep me out of class.
Always remember D.L.. T.H..
M.S.. R.F.. S.H.. J.S.. K.J.. C.T..
D.T.. Mad Mash. B.C.. B.S.. L.O..
B.C.. And all the other assorted
rejects. Singing in H.R. P.S.. Hi
75 Lincoln St.
Gymnastics l. 2. 3.
In the spring of '74 look for me in
Woodstock N.Y. with D.E. and
Thousand Oaks. Califomia getting
even with J.D. for I7 years grief.
MICHELE ESTA GRANT
19 Selwyn Rd.
"A smile lakes but a moment bu!
the memorv lasls forever. "
I'll never forget sophomore
French and Biology. Junior
History. April l4. l973. MLF.
Prom 1973. and a fantastic
friendship with Cindy. A very
special thank you to my parents.
brother. and friends who have
filled me with happiness.
SHELLEY H. GRAY
40 Placid Rd.
HOWARD M. GREEN
12 Dorothy Rd.
"I'd think over all the things that
ever happened to me. and mavbe I
could make something out of them,
something all in one piece that had
a meaning, instead of all these
Thank you for a year filled with
troubles. high prices, a strange
language, different behavior.
pollution, nice friends. good
teachers. interesting activities and
most of all: Experience and
19 Fairlee Terrace
U' a man does not keep pace with
his companions, perhaps it is
because he hears a dwerent
drummer. Let him step to the
music which he hears, however
measured or far away.
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45 Alban Rd.
" When you know it thing, to hold
that -you know i!,'
and when you do not know a thing
to allow that you do not know it -
this is knowledge- "
- Confucius -
To my friends many thanx. I love
ya all. lt would not have been this
easy without vou.
68 Haynes Rd.
Soccer -10. ll. 12: Tennis 10. ll.
l21 Denebola Sports Editor 12.
"Learning from each other's
experiences is thefoundation upon
which lw is based. "
MARTIN J. GROSSMAN
65 Rachel Rd.
"A potential ballerina . . .?"
.ina , A -..
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THOMAS KARL HAGAN
32 Lakewood Rd.
exulting, as the moonlit rocks
fled bv him, exulting as the tears
streamed over his face--with his
eves fixed excitedlv upon the
blurred horizon--and the battering
ofthe hoofbeats loud in his ears--
Titus rode out ofhis world.
- Mervyn Peake, Gormenghast
1077 Chestnut St.
NOLI IURA RE VERBA
968 Walnut St.
And you run and you run to catch
up with the sun, but it's sinking
And racing around to come up
The sun is the same in the relative
wav. but you 're older
And shorter of breath and one dav
closer to death.
"I've got to learn to drive: mommy and daddy already bought me a
JOHN A. HALLGRING
24 Carlton Rd.
83 Ripley St.
Life holds many memories. some
of which can't go unsaid: my
"Bobsy Twin" B.N., L.S.. K.W.,
M.P., V.L.. K.C. "goulies",
summer of '72, "ya, good", Fri.
nights, D.D.'s, concerts, drive-ins,
"The Greasy Spoon". Homes
away from home: Allston 8:
Roslindale, Spring of '73, dances,
parties, speedracer, forever
making up excuses . . .
RANDY LEE HAHN
636 Boylston St.
"One day a man will be born who
will strike terror in the hearts of
evil men. "
Stage crew l, 2, 3. Everyone is a
Hummingbird. David, what deal!
To D.D. and P.T.S. and B. Mc.
LINDA ELIZABETH HALL
30 Plainfield St.
Never forget the Mafia: ASC,
PSC, MG, JA, JB, and especially
TJL. When's the next New Year's
Weekend? Remember Nasson,
NH in the rain, GP, NC,
Memphis, and one pregnant knee.
To BN, RP and CH, it was good.
To LS, l'm sorry. Thanks gang
'cause we's BAD!
LOUIS J. HERZOG
l30 Oliver Rd.
AMY L. HANDSPICKER
56 Hartford St.
Blue haze brushes softlv
Over liquid eternitv.
Bouncing patterns of light.
Sof laav sand
Scattered green covers dunes
Of crazy permanence,
Standing high to the expanse
And two souls,
Silhouetted in rosey birth
Join in praver to
The freedom ofthe gulls.
HOWARD S. HARRIS
ll Lovett Rd.
I leave the H8:R boys a last
memorable flickwist games at
Hawks. I hop in the moming, A
salute to the Costerican Army -
gavatchos, Dminos, Bwaeano,
piasta. Ski trips at loon and purity
and two horsenecks, and farewell
to the "MEN". and good times
Football IO: Baseball l0
463 Waban Ave.
"I'll make it if its the last thing I do."
RICHARD G. HICKSON
63 Herrick Rd.
30 Marcellus Dr.
A child educated onlv at school is
an uneducated child
To all - thanks! D.G. - Ey wah
hapen! I.D.U. Whats for sale!
T.L. - Come as you are G.H.!
M.G. - its been tuff! Tom - may
all your adventures be good. R.C.
leaves an empty parkingspace.
Thanks most of all to my parents.
DAVID ALAN HEYMANN
63 Selwyn Rd.
"I prefer the most unjust peace to
the jllSl6Sl WUI' Ihdl WHS ever
Thanks to all my friends who
helped me survive the three years
at South. I'll never forget B.P's
office, summer concerts and
Saturday nights. Mildred, Thanks
for the great times and remember
I'll always feel the way I do.
MICHAEL JON HOOKAILO
113 Deborah Rd.
"LU'e can only be understood
backwardsg but it must be lived
I'll never forget: I HOP. One last
flick for the H8:R Boys tno
filibustersj. Butchls spanish class.
Hawk for president. Hello to
"The Men". and good-bye to
DONNA LOUISE HOOD
ll Allen Ave.
Where there isjaith,
there is love.
Where there is love,
there is peace.
Where there is peace
there is God,
Where there is God,
There is no need
PATRICIA M. HOULIHAN
1039 Walnut St.
Cutler 'Pattie", "Houpie"
"The world belongs to all of us, so
make hvoursehfat home. "
Remember?: summer of "72"g
Long talks: parties: THE round
tableg the corner: getting rowdyg
NH. at C.K.'sg B.C. 6x3 Beach
Boys Concert with .l.C. and
parkiesg Rots a Ruck to all.
Thanks for the memories. Its been
Swim team, Cheerleading
KEVIN R. HOWARD
185 Allen Ave.
PHILIP D. HOROWITZ
64 Clifton Rd.
Things are getting rough all
around We've just got to make it
the best wav we can, and that's all
there is to it. "
I'll always remember being late
for homeroom everyday because
of a certain tradition. the ranks
and all the lies from M.R.
RICHARD M. HOWARD
112 Louise Rd.
16 Kingston Rd.
A passion Play:
Now this mav not seem strange,
but when Owl overhead Kangaroo
whisper to no one in particular,
"THE Hare has lost his
spectacles." well, he began to
wonder. Hare didn 't care. The lost
spectacles were his own affair. And
aper all, Hare DID have a spare
206 Elliot St.
I leave Newton South my brother
and his friends, in 10 yrs. they
eouldn't cause as much trouble as
we did in three. I'll always
remember MS., J.B., D.R., S.G,.
R.I.., B.C.. J.Q.. EM., B.C., R.M..
R.F., K.R., and all the girls I
knew . Also Dunkin Donuts and
STEVEN P HYNDS RYNA JACKSON
428 Parker St ll9 AUCIIOII Rd.
French Club 10, ll. Vice Pres. 12g
Concert Choir ll, 123 Vocal
Ensemble 123 Musical 10, ll, 121
"He not busy being born, is busy
Much thanks to Mr.A.
KENNETH JAQU ES
99 Bowdoin St. Wheeler
Never forget l!4!73. "Beth", Best
wishes to SG. and J.D. and
Roger the grape squisher. Bye to
Goon 8: Greature, Bye to BC. 8:
His pal EM.. Franchi. his l60
MPN Road Runner Hal. Bye to
Supreme Gang. P.S. Beth G.O.
SUSAN KAY JACOBSON JAN M JEFFERSON
70 Varick Rd. 52 Dale Sl
I've though! ofen and seriouslt' of
KAREN MARIE JOHNSON
380 Winchester St.
When I grow up I want to grow
hot-dogs in my backyard and be a
I leave South two years to get
ready for the next Johnson. Good
luck Janet! Linda. your turn will
Heartfelt Thanks to: Mrs. Sessler,
Sam and especially mom and dad.
AMY L'YNN KAHN
45 Pine Ridge Rd.
man does not keep pace with
his companions. Perhaps it is
because he hears a different
drummer, Let him step to the
music he hears however measured
or far awav. "
JAMES DENNIS JOHNSTON
IO9 Herrick Cir.
BARBARA LEE JOHNSTONE
23 Winter St.
PRA ISE THE LORD!
Never forget: Noodles and
Tomatoes. saggy socks and baked
goods. Moldy friends doing
numbers. squaredancing. wine.
moustache's and winking. sardines
and pickles with Paul. Baseball
Joe. Jackass. D,A.D.. ll26l73
with my "I-Iunni". What would
happen if: I went to Texas'?!!
Thanks Dave. Coop.
138 "The question is . . , did the plastic surgery really help?"
RANDI B. KAPLAN
43 Hanson Rd.
"Friendship is the shadow at
It grows until the sun oflik sets. "
Thanx to all my friends and
STEPHEN BLAIR KAPLAN
66 Esty Farm Rd.
For what shall it profit a man, if he
shall gain the whole world, and
lose his own soul?
JULIA ALLYN KAHN
I89 Hartman Rd.
Times and things I will remember
- Summer of '73. Solitary
Confinement in Surfside, Last
minute parties at my house.
"Beware of small foreign cars."
Don't accept an offer to read the
temperature of your friends pool-
54 Waban Ave.
"1 have thought too much to stoop
to action. "
JODI LYNN KAUFMAN
123 Adeline Road
you smile at me I will
understand cuz that is something
everybody does in the same
- Crosby 8: Stills
Sam do you remember - Want a
"CAT", the 3 G's, my friends,
J.M., K.S.. J.H., L.S., L.D., L.A..
D.M. I'll never forget the summer
of "73" at Nantasket.
, , l 5 V'
JONATHAN ERIC KAPSTEN
60 Puritan Rd.
The Road goes ever on and on
Down pam the door where it
Nowfar ahead the Road has gone,
And I mustfollow, lfl can,
Pursuing it with eagerfeet,
Until itjoins some larger wav
Where many paths and errands
And whither then? I cannot say
WENDY ELLEN KARG
31 Fox Lane
They say to me, "You and the
world you live in are but a grain of
sand upon the infinite shore of an
infinite sea. l'
And in my dream I say to them, "I
am the infinite sea, and all worlds
are but grains of sand upon my
Tennis IVJ l, 2, fSenior memberj
33 Orchestra 3g Wrestling 2.
A salute to the Costa Rican Army,
gavatchos Dminos Bweeanos
Piasta. Farewell to the men.
Anything the men did I did to So
BENNETT NATHAN KAYE
580 Quinobegquin Rd.
We are what we pretend to be, so
we must be careful about what we
pretend to be. " "Poo-Tee- Wee!
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
MARIE EILEEN KEEFE
9 Daniel St.
Climb ev'ry mountain, follow evlrv
stream, follow ev 'ry rainbow till
you fnd your dream.
My love, and thanks to my great
teachers. wonderful parents, my
best friend Belinda, the gang, and
Donny, that someone special, who
have made my three years great.
Goodybe Newton South.
QI gig! Q
LINDA SUE KAUFMAN
109 Dorcar Rd.
"For everv minute you are angry
you lose sixty seconds of
I'lI never forget our Fri. 84 Sat.
nights - fourstars - Mac's -
M8cM's - How about a party?
and especially my friends. What
would happen if we did it all over
again - L.S.D.
RICHARD ALLEN KELLEM
84 Rachel Rd.
"Anyone wan! I0 hi! the brew?"
France with the Glick, J. B., the
Capri, NPD. The corner '73, RT.
ST, KH, TL, PH. AM, The gang.
LS. MF, SJ. SG. AB. Crusing.
brew, brigs, summer of '73,
stargazing CB, NZ, The draught
1 . K
I H ,X W,
rx , N 5 -SVXQ
hr X, ," -TA .. ' I
4 wh! I ll 1 K 't -T
85 Elgin St.
"Since the span of lik which we
enjov is shorl, Ie! us make III?
nieniofi' of our livex ar long as
Wrestling I, 2, 31 Varsity Club I.
2, 31 Football I, 2. 3.
Memories Summer of "73",
the Guys. the Gang, Victory
Parties and M. K.
SIS Dudley Rd.
RUSSELL W. KINTNER
I9 Mountfort Rd.
43 Halcyon Rd.
lt s lime I0 leave.
KAREN LYN KIRSCHTEL
22 Avery Path
'.Hl11fQf what I sql' is meaningless:
but I sqm' if so tha! lhe other half
mqx' reach you. "
I'II never forget good times and
great fnends. at school and in
U.S.Y. Thanks for everything S.
V... Having a second family, and
especially August "73" and good
78 Esty Farm Rd.
"The deepest feeling always .shows
ilselfin silence. "
Special love to my family and
many thanks to my friends, who
I've shared so many great times
with especially in the
unforgettable summer of '73.
"Dream unlil your dreams come
' , , 1 ' A . ' .
. , . .1 . .
, .r .H ir- -
P. A , ""
ELLEN BRYNA KORSAKOV
86 Drumlin Rd.
STEPHEN J. KORN
52 Larchmont Ave.
Wheeler "Steve", "Sweet-Korn"
Don'1 fri' I0 be good Irv to be
"By George. I think I've got it."
PETER N. KOTZEN
45 Fenwick Rd.
PHILIP AARON KRAMER
127 Olde Field Rd.
"Those lhai can. do
Those tha! can 'r, leach.
Those that can'1 teach.
admin isrrate. "
"Don't go around saying Ihe world
owes you a livin g.
The world owesyou norhing.
II was here firsl. "
CAROL LESLIE KRESS
ll Puritan Rd.
Live your life so lhar when you
look back on lI'1'0ll will be happy
and have nor regrels.
Always remember: Rowdy times
with A. M.. B. S.. E. T.. P. H., S.
C... and othersg many fine
winters of skiing in N.H1
"Sleeze". and I'll F.U.L,
Field Hockey I. 2. co-Capt. 31
Basketball 2, co-capt. 3: G.A.A. 2.
476 Dedham St.
I'd like to know what this whole
show is all about before it's out.
I think I can Cakewalk info lown
1,1 A SQ' I
EDWARD C. LAFFERTY
1875 Beacon St.
JUDITH E. LAMPERT
21 Broken Tree Rd.
"We are one alone and
onlt '... and we love you who
are one... alone... ana' onlin"
Remember . . . Spain "72" with
Kerrie. Thank you. we must
discuss. Debi. Liz. have any? L.
H.. B. S.. the Best. S. T.. S. L..
thank forthe good times H. H.
"Yes you've got to have friends."
32 Olde Field Rd.
This is nor the end I1 is not even
rhe beginning ofthe end Bur ir is.
perhaps. Ihe end Qflll6 beginning. "
NANCI JAYNE KULESZA
38 Mechanic St.
Slrugglingforfreedom wirh love is
lhe realizalion ofyour dreams. :he
fixyillmenl ofyour needs.
I'll never forget my history class
with Mrs. Katz. the summer of'72
with a certain someone. and
looking for ice cream. Good luck
to all my friends especially J. B.,
R. D.. M. A. B. and E. G.
PAM LANDY NANCY LATNER
I5 Deborah Rd. 12 Rokeby Rd.
Si, es muy bella pero no Ienemos
necesidad de ella ahora, V ademas,
es un azar defzego. Rapunzel.
" -1 RS
JOHN H. LAPIDUS
50 Donna Rd.
853 Dedham St.
"I am not interested so much in
what I do with my hands or words
as what I do with myfeelings. I
want to livejrom the inside out, not
jrom the outside in. "
Jimmy - I love you.
CHARLENE MARY LEBLANC
9 Roland St.
"The only dwerence between
stumbling blocks and stepping
stones is the wav you use them. "
I'Il always remember all the times
spent with friends, my trip to
Califomia, Summer of '72 and
"the best way out of difficulty is
Field Hockey, Basketball co-capt.,
Boy's Track. G.A.A. Vice
AMY J. LECHTEN
45 Columbine Rd.
JAN E. LERBINGER
28 Lakewood Rd.
ROBERT WILLIAM LEIN
I0 Oak Terrace
Cheer. cheer for old Newton
South we're gonna get it right in
"All you have to do is show 'em
your best side. "
BARRY KEITH LEVENSON
337 Upland Ave.
"IVhat you are speaks so loudly, I
can't hear what-you say. "
Photographer - Denebola, Stage
Band, Marching Band, Ski Club.
Wrestling, Medical Explorers
Post. I'll always remember: Skiing
in Cervinia, Italy l973g
Halloween, Great friends and
great timesg and my high school
sweetheart - "Mustang Sally."
SUSAN JOAN LESSER
28 Nardell Rd,
Every man is an individual.
beautjul in his own separate wav.
Sometimes it takes a lot of time
and effort 10 fnd that certain
beauty, but rewarding. Those who
are themselves, and take the time
to find out what others are really
like. are specialpeople.
32 Yerndale Rd.
"1 shall find all precious
I can remember good times at J.
Sfs house when the eat jumped
out oi' the tree for the FIRST
time! To the very best in the
JEFFREY NATHAN LEYIN
I0 Southwick Road
"He that befriends all. in truth.
befriends none. "
Tennis I. 2. 31 Hockey 2,
SONIA HELEN LEYIN
32 Paul St.
"As soon as this rush is over. I'm
going to have a nervous
breakdown. I worked for it, I
deserve it, and no one is going to
deprive me ofit. "
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Nl eXKXX 'xk"kk
SANDRA G. LEVINE
60 Farina Rd.
6 Chatham Rd.
"When I use a word. it means just
what I choose it to mean--neither
more nor less." "The question is
whether you can make words mean
so mam' different things. "
"The question is which is to be
master'-that 's all.
SHERYL ANN LEVITT
75 Lovett Rd.
"To those of us with real
understanding. music is the onli'
pure art form. "
Concert choir I. 2: Musical 2:
Vocal Ensemble 3: Regulus 3.
I8 Van Roosen Rd.
"A friend is someone with whom
mu can communicate through the
medium oftotal silence. "
RICHARD A. MAHONEY
38 High St.
MICHAEL DAVID MALMAD
37 Stony Brae Rd.
"Gadzooks, Captain America!
What do we do now?? What
.loin in the celebration. "
I shall never forget the words +
wisdom of Newton South. No
matter how hard I try. And
suburban shall live forever!!
W. C. Fields Temperance and
Baby kissing Society I. 2. 3.
HELEN RUTH MANDELL
21 Allen Ave.
"People ask you for criticism but
they only want praise. "
Thank you M+D for all your
JORINDA AMI MARGOLIS
I2 Bumside Rd.
I can see it, shining somewhere
Bright lights somewhere invite me
to come there and learn. And I 'm
- The Fantastiks
DENISE MAREE MARIETTI
13 Abbot St.
t cannot suv much now about that
which fills my heart and soul, lfeel
like L1 Seeded field in mtdwinter.
and I know that spring is coming,
.Uv brooks will run and the little
life that sleeps in me will rite to the
surfltce when called.
DAVID WILLIAM MARK
I7 Larch Rd.
JUDITH ELLEN MARNOY
S8 Harwich Rd.
"To mv friends a thank you song
for being kind to me. "
Thanks to J. K.. J. H.. L. Z.. S. L,.
D. M.. L. S.. J. M.. S..K.. Home
on the range with Jimmie and
Jodie tisn't that cutej and Bart
With great appreciation and love
to my parents for putting up with
JOAN GAYLE MCCLORY
25 Chase St.
I'll never forget all the great times
at N.S.H.S.. and all the people
who helped make them, Special
thanks to Big-B. and Michael for
putting up with me. Ellen what
can I say except. your friendship
means everything to me! More
words for Judy! Love 'GRASSY."
Thanks mom. nana and Zaidy. I
leave to N,S.H.S.. the last in line,
Good Luck! GG. AT. JC. EK.
BM. MM. AR.
ANN MASON V
283 Winchester St.
"He mai' never pass this w i'
Always remember: Nort
Conway, CDS - blackeye, th
corner. "What's the buzz'?".
ing "72". the round "table". "in
the bag". getting rowdy. and to all
my friends H Thanks for the
memories and FUL,
Cheering tCapn.l: Field Hockey:
Volleyball: GAA 21 treasurer 3.
PAUL M. MATSUSAKA
83 Agawam Rd.
PATRICIA ANN MEINHART
182 Beethoven Ave.
What are heaijv? Sea. Sand di
What are brief?Todav cf: Tomorrow
What are whail? Spring blossoms di
What are deep? The Ocean di
The roc: Marthas Vineyard '73
with KMC 8: company. The
lighthouse 8: South beach.
Punkins! Diet'??. Sudsy-Autos.
cheeks 8: red sneax. Thank you
J.D., B.M., M.K.. M.B.. PH..
R.F., T.I-I, Points Beth!
Gymnastics I: Cheerleading 3.
ix if '
54 Clark St.
Eagle in evrie. ox in pasture, Hart
horn-crownedf hawk is swihest
Swan the whitest, serpent coldest
Rairtv Dar. dream awav
Let the sun take a holidax'
Flowers bathe and
see the children plat'
think I can groove
on a faint'
19 Elliot Terr.
Cutler "DEE DEE"
Track. German Club. Ski Club.
"Some men see things as they are
and sax' whv.
I dream things that never were and
sat' wht' not. "
S C I'll love you till the
"Twelfth of neveri" Good times
with J.M.. C.W.. L.B.. V.S.. S.S..
BRYAN S. MCMULLIN
l69 Dickerman Rd.
224 Lincoln St.
"To be able io find jo-x' in anoiher's
jobq Ihai is ihe secrei of
Thanks for the help and love of
my wonderful family und xpeeiiil
friends. We had such a great
RINA MARLENE MILLER
l05 Wayne Rd.
Ifa man does noi keep pace wilh
his companions, perhaps ii is
because he hears a differeni
drummer. Le! him siep I0 the
music he hears. however measured
andfar awav. "
Thank you. my family and
wonderful friends. for always
keeping me within hearing
distance of that different
NJDREW PALTL MODEST
od made mud. God Ngo!
ie. So God said In some of
mud 'sir i1p'. 'See all I've
made '. said God 'ihe hills. ihe sell
ihe sky, ll1?SItII'Vl And I was some
of lhe mud llltll gil! lo vii up ana'
look around. Lucky mud .Vice
ANNE SUSAN MODEST
63 Broken Tree Rd.
"I I0ldll16'.SllI1 fha! I was glad
I'm sure I don 'I know wht"
Somehow ihe pleasani way he had
Qfshining in the skv,
.lust pu! a noiion in mx' head
Tha! wouldn'I ii befun
If walking on the hill. I said
"I'm l1U'l7ll7-I", Io lhe Sun. "
- John Drinkwaler
SUSAN CAROL MILLER
4-4 Walnut Place
Revoluiion means Ialking io
people: ii means clzanging minds
and hearis. I've been fold llllll
human naiure is YIIIIIQC. never-
changing. Bu! I ihink if somelhing
becomes viral righi before Vwnir
face. human naiiire undergoes
ILIVIIHSIIIC' changes--all because
people have a vision ofhope.
ANDREW A. MOORE
2054 Beacon St.
Ltfe is like an Artichoke, you have
to go through so much to get so
GREGORY J. MONAHON I
5 Chester St. Q
Cutler "Greg" I
Skiing Club 2. 31 Outing Club 3.
Ed. Shab. Starky. Hem. Skinnj
Jumpin J. Pizzy and all other
take it easv.
HILARY RUTH MONAHON l
5 Chester St.
Imagination is as good as mai
voyages, and how much Cheap.
Hubbuly-Bubbuly f youre bot
nuts. thanks didn't think we'd pt
it off. Zabruski and vegeskates
stump with 506. 500. 525 wr
else? Gumby lives . . . funny stall
ot' mind, having a good day. ZT
J.G.. lN.M.H. thanks a lt
49 Truman Rd.
Sometimes our deepest kelings are
the hardest to express . . .
France Trip "73". To my very
special friends. thanx for making
my years at South memorable and
JANE MARTHA MOREAU
14 Summer St.
I'll never forget: W.R.. A.B.A.
N.B.A. butterscotch sundaes.
McDonald's. bluestreaks. "off the
side boards". everybody in the
commons and of course the
107 Ormonn St. f v
Wheeler ' V
I 've prayed and slaves and waited.
I've sung my song.
You've bled me and you 've starved
I 've still grown stron g.
You 've lashed me and you 've freed
You 've evervthiqg but freed me.
But in time 'vou'll know you need
it won 'I be long.
CAROL LOUISE NALLY
I2 Bemard St.
"The best part of ones We consists
of his friendships. "
Pink, Youth group, Copenhagen,
Califomia, Jelly Beans. Sweet
Sixteen, OTEV, Cafeteria. TEC
"One day you'll look to see I've
gone, for tomorrow may rain so
I'll follow the sun."
Thanks for a wonderful family 8:
so many friends.
SARAH ROBINSON NAUSS
9 Forest St.
"IN de weiden grasen de
vreedzame dierenq de reigers :eilen
over blinkend meren, de
roerdeompen slann by een konkere
plus: en in de uilerwaarden mel
golvende slaarlen over golvende
Never forget - Godspell
Summers in Holland, my other
family. spaghetti Dinners, V.D.
Ball, and Everyone.
1667 Centre St.
Never forget 3!4!73, 64 Pontiac.
Pats cottage, Drive-ins. Softball
Game, Drags, and all the great
times I had with P.T. and the
gang. B.S., N.O.B., D.T., C.T..
J.S., L.O., M.S., T.Y., J.B., T.M.,
JDA. Hey Pit! If its the last thing
you do GOTR. NOB and JB
308 Cypress St.
Well I'm finally out!! I bet Cutler
House is glad to hear that. I'll
never forget all the fun times I
had in South, getting caught
smoking in school. getting kicked
out etc. All I can say is I hope
college is better than this!
CARY R. NIEDERMAN
ll Brandeis Circle
ANITA NAN NEIMAN
I33 Harwich Rd.
"Thev have achieved success who
have lived to maturizy, laughed
open, and loved much for these are
Iks most valued possessions. "
EZ. DK, EL, RG. and others
always remembered C.P 7 yrs.
Billy Boy - 2 yrs. WOZ CCC
AGYG M+H. MAF "74"
Rehearsals Practices. You're right.
I never could sing. M-D-G.
Foreign Language Certificate of
Honor 2: Cheerleader 3,
, f ' x.q gg.
-'Q , '
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550 Dudley Rd.
65 McLellan St.
I could never forget any of the
experiences I had in Newton
South. I loved the Track.
Volleyball. Field Hockey and
Basketball. We had such good
teams, 1 will always remember the
Black Student fashion show in
1972. Good luck to all graduating
JONATHAN S. NEWNIAN
120 Dorset Rd.
DAVID WARREN NOON
66 Nardell Rd.
There is no comparison between
that which is lost by succeeding
and that which is lost br not
Soph. Basketball 13 Intramural
Basketball 23 Regulus Staff 31
Explorers Club 3.
51 Rockledge Rd.
This passage from the enforced
enthusiasm of the innerman to
conscious and "scientific"
organization of the external man
is well illustrated in the words of
an ex-leader of communist youth.
This is what Lei. a refugee in
Hong Kong said. "The puradt'gm
promuigulmti perrneution has
perxervcd our pet'i'cptt'onv into , . , "
ANNE MARIE OBRIEN
1208 Walnut St.
Three strikes and your out. I'll
never forget SN. DT, LMT, JW,
GV, BC, RM, KW, CT, Fall of
"71", Tommy P. Kathy, PS Gang.
Love forever to Tommy. Favorite
Saying: Right Here, huh JW. I
leave to NSHS: One more
O'Brien to come. Thank: Mark
Young. Judy Malone, BOATS!
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380 Boylston St.
To this school I leave all my
happy memories at the corner. I
also leave one Parking Spot that
J.G. could never get there in the
moming before me. All I can say
is now he can have it. - T.G.I.F.
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JOHN M. OLEM
140 Allen Ave.
The man who reads oniv fo
improvement is bevond the hope of
much improvement be ore he
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294 Greenwood St.
X i X
36 Pennsylvania Ave.
Love to: DCRPKDDGCMRD
PSDFSJGBCJD. Memories to: J
8: WBN. Thank You:
TCBKJPBSBF. Good things come
in sixes, dynamite. Mayflower
Inn. velocity of a sneeze. hey hey.
redeye, dunes at white horse.
helium ballons. holding fast to
212 Plymouth Rd.
Well it's been tough, but I firally
made it. Many thanks to .I.M.,
S.C., D.D., M.Y,, you've really
helped. Sorry for hassels R.B.
Sorry you missed out S.K. and
V.B., but you had your fun. I'll
never forget the dummy program
and everyone in it. "I love you
T.P." i l
NANCY EVELYN OSBORN
984 Chestnut St.
I leave here my four brothers and
three sisters, "have faith". I look
back on all of this and laugh,
"you bet." Will they let Jeanne
bring her gi-gi to college?! I
deserve to skip today, I went
yesterday. Didn't I? YEA! It's
Friday!!Michael Fay, Barbie
FELICIA N. PAZOS
56 Paul St.
10 Osborne Path
N0b0dv's pejecl. Each man is a
mixiure of good qualities and nor-
so-good qualities. In considering
our fellow man we should
remember his goodness and realize
tha! his faults are onlv human, We
should refrain fam making harsh
judgments ofa person just because
hes a diriv S.O.B.
ll Myerson Lane
Save your Dixie cups, South will
rise again. G. G. gone but not
1 A W
1 iL92'f'i2il?ff'l it
LINDA M. PELLEGRINI
402 Parker St.
ll6 Andrew St.
"I don 'I need a reason I0 be happv.
For I don 'I have 10 consul! the
fixture I0 know how happy I feel
Thanks for teaching me about
matters of importance.
DONNA MARIE PENZO
30 Floral St.
The pages oflhv book, I read, And
as I Closed each one. Mr hear!
responding ever Said, "ServenI of
God.' Well d0ne."'
Thank You, E. B., C. A., N. E.
and B. R. for these three great
years. "See Ya."
' f fff' vt-
l5 Halcyon Rd. 47 Stearns SL
Vd fU1h6'Vl00k f1f0U'1d me- Trip to Flo. in '72, Summer of
compose a better Song. for lha1's '73, limes with B, J. - H, R, - C4
the honest measure ofmy Worth D, - L, M, - F, B, - L, J, South
- The type of school you would
want to go to.
eff' A Q
RUSSELL S. PIZZOGLIO
976 Beacon St.
I thought I'd never see the last
day of school, but at last that day
has come. I want to thank all my
friends for the good times we've
had together. J. S.. K. H.. J. D.. J.
O.. E. G., E. S., D. S.. B. K.. M.
JONATHAN- S. POZNER
63 Audubon Drive
"If man were meant to he'd
have wings. "
Never forget: Bio with Coop +
Dickie, Softball, summer of '73
with MF, SD, BW, LZ, SW and
village green Thursday nights.
Steve, never forget N. H., summer
'73 and chocura with the Black
Flies. Webber, we have the ice
RUTHANN M. PRECIOUS
I5 Shawmut Park
" We 've onlvjust begun. "
Dynamite, class of '74. "You've
got a friend." Pigpen CCD Youth
Group 70-74. Play it again, Hun.
Camp what's next, you're kidding.
FRIENDSHIP. Much love to:
S-E-E-S- P-O-T R- U-N
58 Elinor Rd.
Fat cat in the top hat thinks he's
an aristocrat and thats crap.
Memories: Pairs '73 in April and
a special person Emil.
940 Dedham St.
When I look back on all the crap I
learned in High School. . .U
I realize now that it wasn't all that
bad. Good luck to all Seniors!
22 Columbia Ave.
MICHAEL M. RESNICK
I6 Brandeis Circle
I will never forget the great times
I had at Newton South, on Friday
nights. and the great summer I
had with my friends. It's pretty
hard to write something to end 3
years at Newton South when
nothing happened. P. S. maybe I
will forget after all.
75 Rachel Rd.
I shall be talling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence
two roads Divered in a wood, and I
took the one Less traveled by, and
that has made all the dwerence.
27 Suffolk Rd.
ERIC M. RICHMAN
46 Roundwood Rd.
BYRON D. RESS
45 Pontiac Rd.
65 Allerton Rd.
Never imagine yourself not to be
otherwise than what it might
appear to others than what you
were or might have been was not
otherwise than what you had been
would have appeared to them to be
STEPHEN G. RITTENBERG GEMMA S. ROBINSON
I6 Statson Way I0 Hyde St.
Baseball l. 2. 3.
"Adam. l don't care about your adolescent hang ups. just stop
talking to the xpecimens!!
ll3 Deborah Rd. .
"Crime doesnt par. but cops don 'I
make much money either. "
I leave the H + R Boys one linal
flick. I'll always remember the
"Toe", and my tremendous
football career. skiing and the
shire. weekends. which you can't
live without. and Chinkers on
MARK NA ROSENFIELD SUSAN ROSENGARTEN
lll Stanley Rd.
38 Locksley Rd.
Mvjriends are mv needs answered.
49 Placid Rd.
X - M..
MARK S. RUBIN
960 Dedham St.
A lasting friendship is a los! arl.
one I hope will soon be revived.
Goodbye E. F.. S. N.. J. N., W.
B., C. B. and the rest of the crew.
Phil still owes me the entire
Marlborough Co. Goodluck to all
the other crazy Arabs in F Block.
35 Kingston Rd.
" We go ou! in the darkness:
we speak but in memoriesq
Bu! I have never forgotleng
and I .shall neverforgel. "
30 Lincoln St.
For some of us the world is full of
dreams and hopes and for others is
Bu! as for me is all love and hope
ihe world of mv own.
Always remember Silvia, Felisia
and Arenire Karen. 71. 72 Spd 71,
JOEL S. RUDY
12 Redwood Rd.
1973 summer best time while in
High School. Memories with my
Chevelle. Good times with R. S.,
S. R.. P. S. and V.
JUSTIN THOMAS SABETTI
l59 Warren St.
"To thine own seif be true and it
must follow As the night the dat'
Thou canst not then be False to
any man. "
To all my teachers at Newton
South. especially Mr. Jes. to the
custodial staff. and to the greatest
guy around T.B.S. Thank-You.
DAVID J. SAGANEY
160 Woodclifl' Rd.
GARY MARK SANDLER
36 Brandeis Rd.
"Look not mournfulii' into the
past. It comes not back again.
Wiseit' improve the present it is
thine. Goforth to meet the
Shadonivfuture, without fear, and
with a maniv heart. "
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
l leave NSHS: My sister
"Sure, I did my math homework."
31 Shady Hill Rd.
U a man does not keep pace with
his companions, perhaps it is
because he hears a different
Let him step to the music he hears,
however measured or far awav.
Henry David Thoreau
72 Fairlee Rd.
Concert Band 2. 3: Stage Band 2.
3: Soccer I, 2: Manager 3: Disc 2.
ANTONIO F. SANFILIPPO
I4 Mayflower Terrace
Rock + Roll - "57" - Grease -
Remember Media Center l97l-72.
L. G. + L. K. Two greats: to
Judy I leave Mark + To NSHS
the bums out front: "BUD"1
Future: Cars. New York. Life +
R+R: Individuality. that's why 55
will never die!!!
I5 Thurston Rd.
I will never forget the summer of
'73 with M. Z.. J. Z.. J. Z.. J. W..
B. S. and B. R. and I will never
forget Cutler commons with S.
M.. E. K.. O. M.. J. M.. S. S.. M.
C., C. W.. L. B.. S. M.. and N. D.
JAY ALAN SARET
18 Myerson Lane
"There is so much good in the
worst of us, and so much bad in the
best of us, that it behooves all of us
not to talk about the rest of us. "
Robert Louis Stevenson
ROBERT P. SAWYER
66 Fisher Ave.
MELINDA SUE SCHLAKMAN
85 Vine St.
No bird soars too high he soars
with his own wings. "
- W, Blake
Denebola l, 2, Co-Editor-In-Chief
3g Pres. M.A.H.S.E. 2, 3g
Debating team lg N.E.W. lg
Hebrew College l, 2, 3.
l2l Andrew St.
" The journey we make between IW
and death Would be insujferable to
me Without the warmth of
Always remember: Anything
worth having is worth waiting for.
175 Elgin St.
ANDREW ADAM SCHULMAN
26 Country Club Rd.
I'm going to live in the golden
I want to live in the sunshine rays
Ilm going to put a smile on this
ERIC D. SCHUSTER
217 Greenwood St.
is, 5, I
JACK A. SCHWARTZBERG
15 Crystal St.
Why the heck did 1 move here?
Always remember: P. K.. B. P.. B.
H.. S. C., A. D. Thanks girls. it's
been fun. Most of all: Thanks
New York. Ira. Creedence. yes,
and Brian. My Ambition: To keep
my Ford running. and getting into
JEFFREY J. SCHWARTZ
93 Vine St.
170 Collins Rd.
Experience is not wha! happens 10
man. il is what a man does wilh
what happens lo him.
3 nebulous years in rhe garden cirv.
but friends made il bearable.
Somedai' we will drink milk and
honey under the willow frees
- Zorro. the Paradox
DONNA SUE SEIFER
56 Dorcar Rd.
1'1l never forget out Friday and
Saturday nights - Flying
saueers"Four Stars"Mac's -
M+M - a walk or a ride to -1
How about a Party? What would
happen if we did it all over again
SANDRA ELLEN SELETSKY
38 Bowdoin St.
The language of friendship is nor
words. but meanings. II is an
intelligence above language.
Tuned up. and turned on.
JULIA MARION SCOVELL
133 Collins Rd.
"There is a curious paradox fha!
no one can explain, Who
underslands Ihe secret of reaping
the grain, Who understands why
spring is born our of win1er's
laboring pain. Or whi' we musr all
die a bil before we grow again . . .
264 Parker St.
Never forget the gang from the
Dump, Dunks and Supreme.
Friday nites, aftemoons at the
cleaners. Linda he's nice!! "STOP
THE WORLD " rain in my
face. mom this is my lady friend.
Pat say Honey Bunny Funny.
5 Cynthia Rd.
Some folks trust to reason
Others trust in might
I don 't trust in nothing
But I know it come out right.
ROBERT S. SHAHON
46 Homestead St.
AUDREY JOAN SHAPIRO
27 Nightingale Path
"The journey we make between lik
and death would be lnsttferable to
me without the warmth of
- Jean Cocteau
I ' 5,1 i
22 Columbine Rd.
While your on your wav and lin
on mine, and one day we'll come
together at an undesignated time.
We 'll share our thoughts
Both dwrent and same, and come
Plaving our old game.
119 Dickerman Rd.
Somethlngs 1'll put into a Treasure
To look at and rememberforever.
Somethings I'll put in a scrap book
Look at for awhile.
Some things I'll throw into the
Stage crew 1. 2. 3.
DENIS J. SHERIDAN
1304 Boylston St.
To my Future -
I am not afraid of tomorrow for I
have seen yesterday and I love
P.S. Rock and Roll is here to
215 Spiers Rd.
Basketball 1. 2. 3: History Club 3:
"A little work. a little sleep, a little
love and its all over. "
Mary Roberts Rinehart
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154 Lincoln St.
Crosscountry 2. 3: Indoor Track
2. 3: Baseball l. 2. 3.
What would this school be
without rats!! Thanks ever so
much to D. K.. C. B.. R. D.. and
S. M., What would I do without
you. The future is bright. but the
past will never be forgotten. The
Shish-Mobile rides into the the
A - e ,
JAMES NEIL SHEROFF 'F gjs , 1" ,wt vt. .RRR X-YQ.
255 Woodcliff Rd. .' 0'f,1f' -r ' N i
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eeler 'gil-il! NA N 3 ws- Sai .wil g
Baseball 1.2: Soccer 2. 31 f, "i f1,.. "ls i
Lacrosse 3. I 'g,1Vf','.-.fs ,bf 1 Q-X5 Q M .U
"First the dream, Ihen the fz" t r. . 'N Files, 1.
e f. .im X-. v -- .. . '
fizlnllment, all things are possible. " fl -'p'lif,, . , ff pill 5 -' FX' -
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"The onlv thing monev can 1 bzqv is F rfxyky A j jf ' -
Pmem,-H -N358 Mm 'fig , ' .1 g J? .Pg .
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All the great times in Nantasket. ' X, ,f f , 1 K 'X
Nancy Hi, H.N.D.T.. L.Y. The 7 ,J - 1' t F,
gang. Karate. Fights with Rich. ,e i t , 1'
-1 4, il nr, ,-I X ,
Sparky Boy! L 'ie 3 s. Q If 'Q-S . f Q ,9 ff
LQ 55: TX X If . 4 y,
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DAVID A. SHIELDS
ll6 Oliver St.
Football 1. 2: Wrestling I. 2, 3.
ll5 Oxford Rd.
"Does man ea! to live or live 10
"Life is but a diet."
Thanks A. K.. C. C., D. W.. The
red girl 8: friends. F 8: J also I. C.
Class President llg Wrestling IO.
ll. l21 Soccer llg Cross Country
121 Dieting I0, ll. l2.
GORDON MARK SHONE
37 Louise Rd.
"A quilrer never wins--and a
winner never quits. "
"Y6Sl6l'dQl' is but a dream, and
tomorrow is onlv a vision. "
I'll never forget: J. T. - ll!7!7l
to . . . Arizona, Nantasket Beach.
French Honor Award. J.V.
Baseball I. 2. Varsity Baseball 3.
DAVID LAWRENCE SHORE
l02 Harwich Rd.
ROBERT BENJAMIN SH PINER
816 Dedham St.
True words are H01 beaulihilq
Beaulyul words are not true.
.4 wise man has no exlensive
He who has exlensive knowledge is
nor a wise man.
The wqv of Heaven is lo henefil
olhers and noi I0 injure.
The wot' of the .rage is ro acl hui
noi to compete.
JANE LYN SHULMAN
I9 Howe Rd.
"Happi' is the house that shelters a
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I'd like to thank: My parents.
brother 8: sister
and to all my friends that have
made my life into what it is,
today. To these special people -
I2 Indian Ridge Road
There wax a child went Mrth
And the first ohjeft he looked upon,
that object he became,
And that object heeume part of him
for the dot' or a eertain part of the
Or for IYZCIFI-I' rears or stretching
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WILLIAM J. SIEGAL -555 fftqjtfbgx LAWRENCE MARTIN
225 spurs Ra. F Qt? me ,ga SHULKIN
Cutler Av 'pyxrss I 44 Countryside Rd.
, X Ilzb' IYf'!y' my X Wheeler "Shulk". "Larry"
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ll 'ip ,Z X . V, I 'tt' . Whybabbtefta..-qvtttwords,
My XX 'i XXX ' .bl ' 5 ,Y ,xl Soccer Team: Student Faculty
Q l JXLIQ, eff. ' . A Xi? XX 'll Forum: Class Committee: French
It Liss fqf M . l QL Hb? , my xt in ay Club.
f,,4,-""'. 'X' ' ' "play .,
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JAN MARIE SIGNORE
86 John St.
"U you don 'I love you will never be
Never forget class of "72" Great
times, Mr. Connolly. Mr.
Lambert. D.S., P.G. "We made
it". Hairdressing, l000 hours,
Tony's And to Steve, who I care
about very much. I'll always love
you lover. Mom and Dad Thanks
MYLES E SILBERSTEIN
162 Cynthia Rd.
KAREN BETH SILVER
32 Wendell Rd.
" We cannot tell the precise
When friendship isformedj
As in filling a vessel drop bv drop
There is al least a drop which
makes the heart run over, "
Thanks to all my friends.
ELIZABETH J. SIMON
4l Oxford Rd.
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GAIL M. SINGER
60 Nardell Rd.
"Many places you would like to see
are off the map and mam' things
you want to know are just out of
sight or a lillle bevondyour reach.
But someday you 'll reach them all,
hir what you learn today will help
you disfover all the wonderful
secrets of tomorrow. "
A The Phantom Tollbooth
BRUCE D. SKLAR
26 Walter St.
LORI MAE SOLOWSKY
ll6 Louise Rd.
you want something bad
enough, you 'll get it. "
Thanks Jeff for the relation that
exists between us! A smile is all
you ever asked for. and it doesn't
hurt to smile. especially when you
smile hack. I'll never forget doing
nothing, and most of all l'll never
BELLE FREDDA SOLOWAY RICHARD A SPECTOR
21 Kewgdin Rd, ll0 Oak Hill St
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DEBORAH U. SPILBERGS
2l Bradford Rd.
8 Avalon Rd.
Each of us was made ov God and
some of us
Grew tall those of us who walk in
Must help the ones in darkness up
ThaI's what lye is all about and
All there is to lje
It onlv takes an outstretched hand.
24 Kodaya Rd.
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2.1 "' ' I
"It's a bird, it's a plane - no, it's a bumble bee."
. I . H U 1. .
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4 if F' " 2 2
DAVID S. SROELOV EDWARD S STARKMAN
59 Margaret Rd. 50 Cochituate Rd
ELIZABETH R. STEFFENS
169 Allerton Rd.
Evenv success Jbuilt upon failure.
ing-cranvo. Last day, was I
there?B.C. on various occasions.
C.K.'s Summer '73-Lake-Thanks
Person. Cut-fore-those memorable
madrasses. The guys - Cut,
Mason, Hauli, Kresselbaum.
Thanks friends and F.U.L. Have
a heart, right S?
103 Levbert Rd.
"You give but little when you give
your possessions. It is when you
give of yoursey that you grulv
"Those who bring sunshine to the
lives of others cannot keep it fron?
NANCY ILENE STEIN
244 Upland Ave.
"Happiness cannot be measured bt'
the widlh or deplh ar heighlfor. Il
knows no boumi'
Its foundalion is secure by
afcepling each drop of rain Illlll
falls, and erijqririg Ihe sun lhar
It is the time you spend with
someone you care about that
makes him so special
PAMELA MARIE SULLIVAN
25 Maple Park
"There are dats we remember in
Bur i1's reallt' not lhe davs we
its lhe moments. "
P.E.ISlE. Its a part of my life!
Martha's Vinyard '72 '73 Edgt.
Long walks for a eig. Thanks Pati,
G. Tooze 8: I. D, The cars gone!
Marianne the V.W.. Steven.
Nancy. I'll be late!
72 Westgate Rd.
56 Great Meadow Rd.
93 Halcyon Rd.
Football I. 2. 3: Basketball l. 2. 3:
Lacrosse l. 2. Tri-capt. 3: Varsity
Club l. 2. 3.
Never forget the school and the
way it destroyed me: The guys at
the corner and Nato.
ROBERT F. TAGLIENTI
36 Madoc St.
As we continue, our burden get
The Kings Five Remember skiing
'72-'73. The comer. '72-'74. St.
KB. JD. PN. JL. AM, WF. KH.
PH. AM. SB + Sue the gang. The
V Parties were? Draugh Back
Elvis Big John. Leave to NS Bob
Football 2. 3.
HOWARD B. SWARTZ
I8 Varick Rd.
Nicknames - "Mikie", "Tommy".
"1'Iljus1 SIQL' on 6 all Ihe wav m
Elv. I said I0 myself and
conjidenllv started. "
BELINDA MARY JEAN
69 Hillside Ave.
I'll remember: Morning buses,
two cars, 'You forgot again Mr.
F.!!" Easter Eve. a special brother
or two or three. Halloween "72"
the gang" the number code, my
family and home away from
home, Owls, Tigers and my best
Friend Marie with her plans for
April 15 of any year.
. ' ,fi
.L KN xmas'
CHERYL NANCY TANKEL
ll Cannon St.
French Club 10, ll, 12 Band 10,
ll, 12 Yearbook Staff 12
Seyforever paints her own portrait
across the wide canvas of IW.
- Joan Walsh Anglund
l His fatal charm
I2 Cushing St.
Marianne "Lets get it on", Secret
3x2 M.D. S.D. and Me. Jeanne C
My real one, Remember
Zombies l and 2, Steven - Many
continuous long discussions.
Wendi S. - Someday woman,
Jude D.L. - Always, B.J.S., M.J.,
N.B.D. - Piano, M. Gaye 1270,
P-town, H.W.B., S.M.D., A.N. Hi
Noons, Renois Thanks to S8:M
my future will be pleasurable.
PAMELA S. TAUB
106 Upland Ave.
WILLIAM J. TARTER
84 Fenwick Rd.
Baseball l. 2. 3.1 Soccer 2, 3.1
Swimming 31 Basketball l.
What did l do to deserve the
"of all sad words the saddest are
these: it might have been. "
Remember. it's only pain.
NATHAN N. THORNER
1420 Beacon St.
Four hafoval shaped prongs all
bald just shaved now bare . . .
Freshly peeled. green smooth as
wax . . . cold as stone naked cactus.
ANNE SUSAN TERNER
19 Avalon Rd.
"The secret of lU'e is not to do what
you like, but to like whatuvou do. "
Thanks and good luck to all my
CAROLYN M. TROUP
504 Boylston St.
I'll never forget: 7-4-73. Sal and
his trucks. four years. mmm. SN.
NO. DT. BS. LO. JS. JK. PM.
BC. MS. KR. KJ. SD. SG. RL.
Supreme Gang. S.O.M.F. No
chance. sing along with Linda.
Buffy your still blinding me. "66".
Malibu Custom by criuh.
81 Ridge Aye.
"A sunnvi' smile just reflects Sllllll-1'
"Keep wind in your sails and let
the music plat. Let everrthing
come from within yourself Theres
alwtirs a chance.
.Vind over matter. It realli'
"The good times never end.
Lauren, I don 't know?. . . Nhat?"
Field Hockey l. 2. co-capt 31
Gymnastics l. 2. Captain 3: GAA
2. 33 Cheerleading.
ZANE ANNA TREIZE
39 Terrace Ave.
High school has brought me
closer to my friends and made me
realize a lot about them and
myself I never knew. Many
thanks to my parents and friends
tK.D.. M.T,. A.L.. B.M.. D.S.l
who have helped me so far. Dieys
5l Jackson St.
Nothing is waste that makes a
The trouble with the ,hiture is that
it usualli' arrives before we're readi'
I leave to N.S.H.S. Jo Jo. B.T.
and other memories with the Big
Buy. and the corner.
Hocker I. 2, 3 tCaptainJ: Baseball
l. 2. 3.
SUSAN GAIL UNGAR
15 Considine Rd.
"A smile is just a curved line that
sets everything straight. "
l'll never forget all the good times
and the great friends in USY.
Yavneh. HC and even NSHS.
Thank you everyone for making
my life complete - especially
KKMG. l leave NSHS: two
sisters down and two to go.
Q 1 ,ns
35 O'Rourke Path
"ln my near future I ani
hoping to reach IHUIIII' goals and
accomplishments. I want to work
hard at whatever I do. and itil' to
become successhil. For now and as
times goes on I will continue to
strive hir Peace, Love. and
happiness throughout the world "
260 Chestnut St.
Once upon a time there was an
omniscient lion named George who
cultivated a golden mustache and
wore clogs with three inch heels.
In December he combed hack his
distinctive mane. put a golden
earring through his ear and went Io
live in a castle in Spain with his
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ROBIN SUE WALDSTEIN
354 Waban Ave.
Ecology Action IO: French Club
ll. 121 Denebola: Typing Editor
ll, Exchange Editor l2g Bicycle
Path ll, l2: Concert Choir l2.
This above all--to thine own self
be true. And it must follow as the
night the dar. Thos canst not then
befalse to any man.
FRANK LEE WALKER
22 Glenwood Ave.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood and
I took the one less traveled
And that made all the dtmvence.
PETER B. WALLACE
6 Summer St.
"Being in school is like serving
"Going to South is like being
fozen alive. "
THERESA JOAN WEAVER
7l Neshobe Rd.
I hope the dat' will be a lighter
For hiends are Htund on everv
Can you ever thank of any better
For the lost and wearv treavelers to
Thanks. Glick for 20 find days in
France. MOE says bye.
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SHERMAN SETH WALLEN
21 Clark St,
Hockey 10, ll. 121 Baseball
"The smallest bodies house the
greatest mina's.'To Newton South
I leave one Parakeet. Predicition:
Someday the J.V. Hockey Team
will win a game.
LORI JANE WEBBER
33 Paul St.
"Accept a person for what he is
and not for what you want him to
Well - What can I say? Will I
ever be able to forget all those
memories? I hope not! What
would I do if Margie couldn't
keep a secret?7!!
R.C. - You are the sunshine of
my life . . .
Spanish Club: Activities Club:
Student Teacher Evaluation.
WENDY MILLER WEAVER
81 Neshobe Rd.
"lt seems to me a crime that we
These Vhagile times should never
slip us bt'
A time you never can or shall erase
As friends together watch their
childhood jlv. "
l56 Arnold Rd.
l'll never forget our Friday and
Saturday nights - flying saucers
"four slars"Mac's - M8:M - a
walk of a ride to - Y How about a
Party? What would happen if we
did it all over again L.S.D.
49 Bomford Rd.
"I expect old man, Yv0u're just
pulling int' leg. "
Floriday '72-Goose-partying at
the malibu. H. R. with D. L.. K.
L., Moondance Good times with
DOUGLAS M. WEISMAN
l20 Harwich Rd.
Time is not measured
the pasixing ofvvezzrs,
But bv what one does.
A nd what one achieves.
28 David Rd.
ROBERTA DEBORAH WEISS
50 Andrew St.
"Jerusalem: the face visible -vet
hidden, the sap and the blood of all
that makes us live or renounce lyfe
. . . Jerusalem: Seventeen times
destroved -vet never erased The
svmbol of survival . . . I admit
loving it. I even admit loving its
hold over me."
- Elie Weisel
ll8 Langley Rd.
I'll always remember: March 23.
1973 with Peter Troccoli. the
summer of "73". hanging around
with Barbar and Chris. Elvis
Presley's songs. Dunkin Donuts.
Walking the tracks. Roller Skating
at M.D.C. Mark Young's class
with Debbie Tompkinson. I leave
to Mr. Wicks. the memories of
20 Caulfield Circle
I cried because I had no shoes
until I mel a man who had nofeet.
JOHN DAVID WHELAN
I273 Walnut St.
Hockey IO, II, l2: Golf ll. Capt.
I2. Sports articles for Denebola. I
won't forget '73 golf team Corky.
M. O. Sherm. Myron. "The Jinx"
DAN E. WIENER
25 Wayne Rd.
287 Wagan Ave.
I know now that it is by loving and
not by being loved that one can
come nearest the soul of another.
Who are we going to be?
We are going to be who we
never would have been without
Thanks to my friends.
88 High St.
Remember Cutler Commons: S.
A. M.. D. M., L. B.. J. M.. M. D.,
S. S., V. S., + ll?
So here hath been dawning another
blue day. Think, wilt thou let it slip
50 Deborah Rd.
KAREN ELISE WILSON
IO7 Townsend St.
Looking through mgrself I reach
out and touch that which is there.
Gd. Lck to all those beautiful
people who made Newton Sth
possible. France Trip "72". Zorba.
Annie. May Arts Festivals and life
goes on . . .
BARBARA SUSAN WINER
100 Varick Rd.
" as time goes on we'll grow
apart but we'll never be enemies, "
B. K. '71
PAUL B. WOODS
29 Spaulding Lane
"We are ,flving Yfrgnn one high I0 a
greater one. "
J.V. Tennis I. 2: Denebola 3:
Reflections 3g Student Faculty
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JILL ALLISON WOLLINS
95 Woodward St.
"Leurning,fbllaw various roads.
lie nole Ihe Sltlfl bu! not the end
For Time and Fate IIIIISI rule the
H hilsl we see no! bevond lhe
"The hes! Qfknast-ledge is a dream
The gainer golds 5l6L1llffISI,
Bi' ridicule. and moves serene:
Despired and loivli' in the crowd "
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CH UNG M. WONG
57 Floral St.
"Who plucked the feathers off the peacock."
FREDERICK IRVING YOUNG
20 Winter St.
"To everrrhing Ihere is a season,
and a time lo everi' purpose under
Life is what you make it. and who
you share it with.
Fond memories of sharing so
much with Michelle. Jody.
Barbara. Bob and Russ.
Good luck to all my friends at
MICHAEL S. YOUNG
43 Ober Rd.
"Common sense is the knack of
seeing things as rhei' are. and doing
rhings as the-i' ought I0 be done. "
Spanish award l: Explorers Club
2. 31 Regulus Photography Editor
31 3rd Prise M.I.T. State Science
Fair. Ambition: Medicine: Hope
to become a docter to help better
BARBARA ELLEN WRIGHT
I0 Hinckley Rd.
l4l Old Farm Rd.
"H71en you find yourself in the
lhick ofil. help yourself 10 a bil of
Whtll ix all l1l'0lllId-l'0ll . .
Remember: . . . a certain summer.
Paris in April A Gin Fizzies.
7!28!72 Being one of the guys. a
lot ot' beautiful people. especially
my buddies and P. N. A my
French Club l. 2. 3: Chess 2.
ERIC ADAM ZIERING
1376 Walnut St.
Mr. A. M.. G. S.. and Miss D-
ZIERING 22 has come and
gone. Thanks to Mr. Amer and
the music dep't - "Zorba!",
"Stop the World". "Chalk
Circle". "Annie". "Star Trek",
"Charlie Brown". "Milk and
Honey" - Special thanks to
Mason and Hamlin. Hamilton.
I6 Grace Rd.
Wheeler "The Kid"
" We make a living bi' what we gel:
we make a life hi' what we give. "
Salute to the Costa Rican Army:
"Gavatches dminos bweeana
piastaf' 3 weeks in may. wist.
Horses - necks. Loon "7O".
Cedar. wine women and song.
Tull. N. H. e 3 A.M.. business
with R. G.. FAREWELL TO
EMILY RACHEL ZALLEN
71 Wiswall Rd.
"Thais alljolks. "
I'll always forget:
TUVWXYZ. Asparagus Club l. 2.
JOEL L. ZEIGER
I67 Pond Brook Rd.
LORI ANN ZUROFF
ll0 Dorcar Rd.
Special People: Birdie. Judy
Jodie. Shelley. Laurie. Dave.
Scott. Linda K. Memories: ginzos.
greeks: J, H.. X + me: Hyannis1
weekends with J. M. + L. S.:
"cram it. huh7"1 P. sisters: Senior
Prom: I love you M. G. Z. and L.
D. G.. thanx
"You give but lirlle when you give
of-your possessions. 11 is when you
gre of yourself 11101 you rruli'
514 Dudley Rd.
" . . . So - in the self-forgetfulness of concentrated atten
the door opens for you into a pure living intimacy
A shared. timeless happiness.
Conveyed by a smile.
A wave of the hand.
Thanks to those who have taught me this.
Thanks to the days which have taught me this
- Dag Hammarskjold
1452 Beacon St.
ARIS S. BIDIANOS
82 High St.
NANCY J. CAFFRAY
21 Avery Path
9 Moreland Ave.
JOHN J. COWHIG
61 Verndale Rd.
LINDA N. DAY
866 Beacon St.
PETER D. ELDRED
795 Chestnut St.
ERIC P. EPSTEIN
171 Dorset Rd.
JOANNE L. FOULKROD
54 Goddard St.
RONNIE E. GREEN
38 Winston Rd.
JONATHAN H. GROSSMAN
91 Pine Ridge Rd.
MARK R. HERRNSTADT
61 Forest St.
JONATHAN R. HOOKER
56 Thurston Rd.
BARRY J. KARPIAK
35 Kelveden St.
PETER KOCHS JR.
70 Cottage St.
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
JAY L. LEVINE
51 Louise Rd.
PATRICIA F. LEWIS
23 Norman Rd.
SUSAN W. MCLEOD
60 Carlton Rd.
ALLAN E. MILLER
35 Sycamore Rd.
DIANE J. MORRILL
27 Country Club Rd.
DIANE F. NEIMAN
21 Louise Rd.
EMILY M. OSMAN
212 Plymouth Rd.
CARON J. PALDER
10 Osborne Path
DAVID N. ROBINSON
99 Osborne Path
50 Indian Ridge Rd.
29 Manchester Rd.
547 Dudley Rd.
PETER S. SHAPIRO
143 Cynthia Rd.
DAVID L. SHARE
102 Hartwich Rd.
90 High Rock Terr.
RHONDA E. SILK
66 Redwood Rd.
JEFFREY H. STANHOPE
37 Heather Rd.
JOSHUA D. STONE
303 Greenwood St.
MICHAEL S. SULLIVAN
85 Thurston Rd.
RICHARD M. SUMBERG
163 Country Club Rd.
WILLIAM J. TARTAR
84 Fenwick Rd.
PAMELA S. TAUB
106 Upland Ave.
ANNE S. TERNER
19 Avalon Rd.
NATHAN N. THORNER
1420 Beacon St.
DEBRA I. TOMPKINSON
979 Boylston St.
PHILIP J. WALLACE
29 Oxford Rd.
HARTE V. WEINER
401 Dudley Rd.
ROBERT S. WOLF
27 Amherst Rd.
LAWRENCE E. YARIN
102 Hanson Rd.
ALAN F. ZELTSERMAN
47 Karen Rd.
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Eliot H. Sagan
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Arnold M. Soloway
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AND THE CLASS OF '74
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WE WISH THE
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Over I-I0 Years OF Hl974,,
SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES.
A Good MW to WM Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baker
MR. AND MRS. SYDNEY L. MILLER
HENDRICKEN BROS. INC.
Forty-five Lincoln Street
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Sung to the tune of"Thanks for the Memories:"
Thanks for the memory
of making all those friends
following new trends
drama, talk and all the lot, assortment
How lovely it was!
Thanks for the memory
of bathrooms filled with smoke
hearing corny jokes
machines that never worked when all
you wanted was a coke.
How lovely it was!
Many a time in the commons
and many a time in the hall
Oh well it was fun but its over
It's all done but, you did have fun
And thanks for the memory
of Van B. what a shock
eating lunch to rock
he made the school so safe that
lockers didn't need a lock.
Oh thank you so much!
Thanks for the memory
of art festivals in May
problems day to day
incredible for you to think that
one day you will say
How lovely it was!
So never forget all the good times
and never forget all the bad times
It sure was fun, but you can't
You're out of here, is that a tear?
And thanks for the memory
of experiences shared
tempers often flared
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who really cared.
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well on your way
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