Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1975
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to actually act the way I am?
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I spend an inordinate amount of time looking for something
to do, looking for ways to become whole, when all the while
my organism, God, or whatever one wants to call it, is ticking
away and all I need do is stay with the rhythm.
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never take a risk, I stay where I am. But life is not the single lane. All
the lanes are in me. I can look back now and see how so many of my
difficulties resulted from the one-eyed way I chose to march.
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I think of the process of "being real" as the shuttling of my
attention between a feeling and an appearance, between inside
and acting-out at any moment I am free to act on any dimly
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past. This is not a lack of resolvep it is the way life
Always a new painting,
Always a new me.
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Living without pressure - without putting it on myself or
others - without allowing others to put it on me. Living
without strings, or selling, or charming, or kidding into
compliance, or manipulating through niceness or threat-
ened anger. Standing in the face of silence, and threats
and expectations, and misunderstandings -
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Siobhan McNally, Editor-in-Chief
Audrey Daum, Assistant to the
lay Palmer, Copy Editor
Ira Weinrnan, Business Manager
Rhonda Boris, Literary Editor
Larry Croipen, Features Editor
lane Pritzker, Circulation Editor
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Cindy Kougeas, Data Editor
Lisa Martin, Publicity Editor
Sue Fisher, Art and Layout Editor
Ellen Band, Proofreading Editor
Steve Cartinkle, Co-Photography Editor l
Donna Lanes, Assistant Art and Layout
Meg Hurley, Girls' Sports Editor
Mark Shuster, Boys' Sports Editor
Diana Kif5lW9n, C0'PlW0t08f3DlW Brian Levey, Advertising Editor
David Friedlander, Assistant Photography Editor
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Mr. Shaw, Faculty Advisor
Bob Arruda, Art, Lax out, and Photography Adviser
Emily Feldman, Michelle Press, leannie Hoberman, Rhonda Boris
Ci rcu I ati on
first row' lirnmv Silberstein, lra Weinrnan, ludy Oshry, Beth Bortman,
Larrv Brownstein, Laurie Stein, second row: Nano' Stein, Susan Stone,
Lori Segal, Ami' Rosenthal, Missing Barry Ostrer, Debbie Schiff
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first row: Carol Sugarman, Gigi Rosenberg, Brian Levey, Harlan Green
second row: Cindy Polansky, ludy Green, Debbie Zussman
Fred Foster, Cindy Kougeas
Eric Feigenson, Steve Carfinkle, Diana Kirshen, Eli Marcus, Scott Wayne
lay Palmer, Esquire and Martha Sack
first row: Cindy Polansky, Lisa Martin, Karen Clemons, second row: Meg
Hurley, janet Cove, Cheryl Auclair, Denise Garcia, Carol Sturnick
Meg Hurley and Neysa Dillon
Ira Weinman and limmy Silberstein
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first rowi Eva Sandnes, Susan Fisher, Nancy Bronstein, Harriet
Warshauer second row: Debbie Monosson, Nancy Tichnor, Fred
Albert, Kim Longmore, Carrie Bloom, missing: Donna Lanes, lenny
Lanes, Carol Maltz, Karen Anderson, Margie Green, Barry Ostrer
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First rowx Cindy Kougeas, Gail Ciracca, Karen Cox. Second rowr lim Young, Ira Weinman, Audrey Daum, Third row: Scott Croper, lay
visorl, Missing: Barry Ostrer.
junior class committee
First row: Selena Wong, Howie March, Meryle Butters, lohn lunda. Second row: Abby Greenbaum, Laurie Brecher, Alice Scovell, Third
row' Susan Shapiro, Danny B., Barbara Fischbein, Beth Ciotchberg, Nancy Tichnor. Fourth rowi Carl Barnett, Michael Miller, Andy Cohen,
Mr, Levy lfaculty advisorl, Steven Bern, Mitch Cordon, Eddie Frim, Doug Baird, lody Kaufman, Craig Behrrnan, Ronna Levinthal, Ronna
Cherenson, Michelle Press, Carol Phillips. Missing: Debbie Dubinsky
sophomore class Committee
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First rowi Lisa Elman, Beth Paul, Karen Lemack, Betsy Davidovv. Second row: Sue Walsh, Lisa Castleman, lanet Shapiro, Amy Rubin, Susan
Kaufman, Ronna Miller, Robert Wing. Third Rowi Laura McDonald, ludy Herzog, loyce Liberfarb, Abby White, Diane Kaufman, Ronnie,
Miller, Cynthia Weinstein, David Frim, David Waldman, Mr. Cornblatt tfaculty advisory. Missing: losh Ehrlich.
girls' athletic association
Susan Horwitz, Neysa Dillon, Carol Sturnick, lanet Cove, Christine Castellanos, Denise Garcia.
black student union
First rowz limmy Martin, Carole Grant, Nina Epps, Debbie lackson, Renee Iohnson, Vivian Lee, Cheryl Crawford, Stuart Perry,
limmy Mackall, Second rowi Franklin Silcott, Roni Cunningham, Shirley Lennon, Rich Cosmon, Charles Smith, Fred Foster,
Brian Price, Eddie Morrison, Grant Bethel, President lackie Simms, Missing: Kim Rucker, jeff Lawson, Mickey Atkins, loseph
Royster, Neysa Dillon, Leslie Dillon, Cynthia Herron, Adrianne Bolt, Keith Washington, Kevin Garcia, Cheryl Duren, Ronnie
Thompson, Bobby Robinson, Howard Pinderhughes, Sharon Iackson, Merthis Brooks, George Thomas,
student facult forum
Floor, Mark Israel and Carol Bershad, Co-Chairbeings, Alice Scovell, Administrative Assistant, First row tseatedl: Eli Marcus,
David Frutkoff, Amy Tighe, lohn Atkins, Bob Dichter, Susan lsrael, Rhonda Seidman, Amy Cantos, Darcie Lubart, loe Burgio.
Second row: ludy Melin, Cindy Mervis, Elise Levenson, Howie Weiss, Susan Zeiger, Debbie Dubinsky, Dina Lew, loel Karlin,
David Ryter. Thire row: lim McLaren, Debbie Macchi, Phyllis Monderer, loe Cohen, lenny Lanes, Barbara Fischbein, Karen
Lemack, lason Arbeiter, David Frim, Tom Melville, Gary Abramson, Laurie lackson, Bob Sacks, loyce Leary. Fourth row: Harold
Hawkes, Ben Levy, Margaret Ravenscroft, E. van Seasholes, Mike Kosowsky, Carol Sugarman, Sue Shapiro, Nancy Tichnor, Diane
Kaufman, Margaret Bartlett, Kathy Harakas. Missing: Emily Schulman, 'veal Yanofsky, Dana Weisman, Charlie Coyle, Moira
Sullivan, Helaine Clayton, Toni Nelson, lulie Shea, Debbie Schiff, Phil Sagan, Fred Albert, Danny Braverman, lames Young, lon
Fallon, Beth Stone, Donna Lanes.
Mary Kontis, Cheryl Auclair, Daniel Berkowitz, Ms. Dedekian, Nancy Toy, Helena Harris. Missing: Andrea Rufo, Carol
White, Adina Kessler.
nevvton diplomacy Club
First row: David Alexander, David Kamowitz, Tom McMahon, Dan Miller, Bob Pershe, Wayne Cateman, Second
row: Dennis Bauke, Ned Komar, David Frutkoff, Mike Kan, Don Cerrnaise, limmy Goodman.
Seated: jason Arbeiter, Daniel Shiman. Standing: Elise Levenson, Steve Bern, Eric Feigenson,
David Kamowitz, Mike Kan, Doug Baird, Andy Cerier, Randy Grossman, Bob Pershe, David
Alexander, Mike Gennert, Mr. Tony Erdmann.
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jason Arbeiter, Selena Wong, Mr. jameson, jay Faber, Michael Kan, Paul jackson, jon Levin.
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Bottom: Robert Sacks, Amy Cantos, Captain Amy Ellen Kaufman, Vickie Feldstein, Richard Brodie. Top: lason
Arbeiter, Diane Kaufman, Eric Feigenson, Robert Pershe, Andy Cohen, David Kamowitz.
First row: lon Zonderman, Mark Chesler, Richard Brunell, Clare Nesdall, Carol Phillips, Michael Barber. Second
row: Karen Propp, Martha Kaplan, Monica Wellington, David Zonderman, Dana Weisman. Third row: Mr,
Stegeman, Paul White, Ricky Henken, Mr. Altree. Missing: Barbara Geller, Louise Cohen, Lisa Robinson, Bill
Greene, Harlan Green, Emily Feldman, Tom Tercyak
First row Barbara Fischbein, Dina Leyy Debby Neyyman, Cheryl Oppenheim, lackie Leyy, lames
Robinson. Second royy: Marsha Holzman, Suzan Shapiro, Eya Sandnes, Diane Kaufman, Amy Ellen
Kaufman, Rosalyn Lezberg, Third royy Nlrs, Robinson, Debby Pachus, ludy Glanz, Neysa Dillon - Vice
President, Esther Silverman, Kathy Harakas, lanet Flemming, 'ylargaret Bartlett, lulie Ratner - President,
Mrs. Hennessey. Missing' ludy Ntelin - Secretary, Sue 'ytandell - Treasurer, Elise Leyinson, Gigi
Rosenberg, David Ryter, Danny Berkowitz, lim Goodman, ludy Shriberg, Danny Brayerman, Nleri
lacobson, ludy Perlman, Amy Tighe, Sharon Nlacvair, Harriet Warshayyer, Holly Shavy, Thea Lee, Sara
Rubenstein, Stacey Lion, leannie Ntartin, Sandy Greenberg, Kerry Wilcox, Ienny Lanes, Amy Cantos, Laura
Stachel, Sue Horwitz, Carol Sugarman, Donna Ehrlichman, Diane Sullivan.
Dennis Bauke, lason Arbeiter, Kenneth Anderson, Mrs. Clarke, Donna Amicangioli, Elise Levenson, Thomas
Standing: Iris Goldman, Sue Lechten, Mina Kochs, Sturat Satter, loanna Stephenson, Lori Silver, Carol Kaufman, Debbi Lane,
Cheryl Auclair, Nancy Wennett, Fred Foster, Ellen Rome, Ruth Stranahan, jill Saret, Mrs. Hanley - advisor, Chris Castellanos,
Mark Podolsky, Francis Rudnick, Vicki Feldstein. Sitting: Roger Sandman - Treasurer, Lisa Castleman - Secretary, Sandy
Cutter - Vice President, Wayne Kaufman - President, Rosalyn Lezberg,
Standing: Cheryl Kaufman, Morissa Williams, Marlene Valinsky, Larry Stollar - President,
Amy Ellen Kaufman, Martha Sack, Mrs. Zimmerman. Bottom row: Cynthia Polansky, Sylvia
Kamowitz, Amy Cantos, L. N. Band. Missing: Carrie Kaufman, Michelle Press, Diane Marian,
First row: Mr. David Arner, Ellen Kazis, Tobi
Pilavin, Debra Goodman, ludy Perlman, Cindy
Vasil, lill MacKavey, Eve Minkoff, Audrey
Daum, Wendy Belcher, Andrea Hassol, Sue
Simches. Second row' David Alpert, David
Frutkoff, Billy Wright, Adam Grossman, Steve
Keresztes, Missing: Bruce Ward, lana Tyler,
Nancy Bronstein, lill Seret, David Lasson,
First row' Linda Willis, Sandy Cutler, Ellen Kazis, Deb Goodman, Cindy Vasil, Abby Greenbaum, Sara Griesse, Sue Simches, Nancy
Bronstein, Amy Gould, Frances Rudnick, Lori Furman, Sue Israel. Second row: Amy Tighe, Debby Miranda, Maya Golomb, Lisa Talis, Sara
Swenson, Kathy Parnes, Andy Lustig, David Alpert, lill Saret, lana Tyler, Laura Stachel, Beth Stone, Beth Falk, loanne Camann, Morissa
Williams. Third row: Nori Anderson, Lee Kulp, Bill Wright, David Lasson, Steve Keresztes, DAvid Bolaffi, Eddy Meltzer, Chris Knight, Stu
Ross, Robert Rothenberg, Steve Wank, Larry Sloan, David Frutkoff, Anne Rasmoseen, lill MacKavey, Fourth row: Mr. Arner, Cheryl Bailey,
Bruce Ward, Sue Mandell, Robin Rosenberg, Gigi Rosenberg, lo Dery, Brian Gordon, Neil Aronson, Pete Otten, Wayne Kaufman, Mike
Maleson, Adam Grossman, Eve Minkoff, Cindy Bernstein, Leslie Golov. Missing: Sheila Comerford, Elaine Fine, ludy Nass, Laura Prager,
Lloyd Taylor, Ronni White, Sue Zeiger, Carole Bloom, Merri Bruce, Karen Cox, Audrey Daum, Laura Ford, Pat Irwin, Rona Leventhal, Tobi
Pilavin, Robin Schlager.
First row: Frank Powdermaker, Ieffrey Karol, Adam Grossman, Ellen Kazis, Susan Lerbinger, Priscilla
Bennett, jeff Bellin, Amy Cantos, Alayne Greene, Michael Barber. Second rowz Mr, Levenson,
Andrea Battit, Anne Rasmossen, Ned Kornar, Edwin Kroeker, David Frim, Mary Ellen Bowers.
First row: Beth Falk, Steven Yen, Elaine Fine, Gerry Frim, Dan Picard, Debra Green, Second row: Richard Brodie, Adam Levin, Iacqueline
Levy, Donald Mayer, Debbie Rittner, Rogers van Howard, Mitch Cordon, Third row: Mr. Maxey, Cindy Kirshen, Billy Gordon, David
Zonderman, leff Pill, David Alpert. Fourth row: Anna Portnoy, Stuart Ross, Eric Ziskend, Peter Derogatis, lon Zonderrnan, Steve Wank, lon
Pearson, limmie Polan. Missing: David Diette, lon Edenfeld, Amy Ellen Kaufman, Michael Maleson, Rich Romanow.
silver leaf puppet theatre
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Back row: Michael Maleson, lessica Brown,
Christopher Capeless, Karen Propp, Mr. Andrews - Faculty Advisor,
Amy Ehrlich, Front row. a mask mold, mask of the servant of death, Martin Everyman.
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First row: Mava Golomb, lason Arbeiter, Bruce Ward, Presidentg Ellen Kazid, President, Wayne Kaufman,
l President, Amy Ellen Kaufman, David Alpert. Second row: ludv Perlman, David Lasson, David Erutkoff, Bill
, Wright, Adam Grossman, Eve Minkoff, Laura Stachel, Eddy Melzer, Elaine Fine. Third row: Mr. Morton Hvams,
student teacher, Debbie Goodman, Eva Sandnes, David Shiffman, Linda Willia, Larry Sloan, lill Saret, Mr. David Arner,
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Reverend Parris ........
Betty Parris ,.........
Abigail Williams ......
Susanna Walcott ......
Mrs. Ann Putnam ....
Thomas Putnam ........
Mercy Lewis ..,.........
Mary Warren .......
john Proctor ........
Rebecca Nurse .........
Giles Gorey ...............
Reverend john Hale .........
Elizabeth Proctor ,...,
Francis Nurse .... .....
Ezekiel Cheever .......
Marshal Herrick .......
judge Hawthorne .......................
.. Howard Wiess
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. ....., jeff Howard
Deputy Governor Danforth ......... ...... D avid Zonderman
Sarah Good ............................................. .......... T rudy Manson
Hopkins .......,.................................................... Debbie Miranda
Mr. Ernest E. Chamberlain
Set Design by
jeff Davidson, '75
Rob Aronson '75
Thomas Cartier, lon Platt, Kathy
Harakas, Steve Stone, Pam Wood, Ray
Madoff, Elaine Aronson, Gordon Hollis,
Ruth Ann Schill, Marcia Pinanski, leff
Davidson, Karen Gordon, and Bob
Stage Crew consists of two dozen people who are as an
integral part of the Theatre Arts Department as those who
perform on our stage. Although we have never formally re-
ceived the acclaim that has been given to those who bow
before the audience of cheering mothers and fathers, we take
great pride in creating the arena in which the performers can
fulfill their roles.
Set design, construction and painting, along with lighting
and sound, are just some of the tools used in the formation of
an illusion. For example, two dimensional walls of muslin and
paint appear to have depth and reality but are, in fact, simply
part of the magic we create.
The illumination of the stage is achieved through careful
placement of various lighting instruments. Again, these are yet
another tool through which we seduce the audience into
accepting a non-reality as a realistic slice of life.
The audience is only able to see and hear the actors' and
actresses' performances. Therefore, it is our job to subtly
enhance these two senses - to create a feeling.
The Stage Crew works long, hard 'and tedious hours, and
many times such hours are filled with sadness, dis-
appointment, and anger. Some how though, we enjoy what
we are doing - especially because we do it with each other.
leff Davidson, Stage Manager
media production squad
First row: lim Ralston, David Miller, Robby Bickelman, Chris Arthur, Chuck Pozner, Second row: Wayne Cateman, David
Fox, Nancy Toy, Bev Schlager, Third row: Mike Steinberg, Tom Tercyak, Missing: Merrick Bahm and Lloyd Taylor
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Laura Wellington, Suzanne Shapiro, jennifer Lanes, Chris Capeless, Karen Propp, Amy Ehrlick, Lisa Robinson, Laura Prager
Robin Shore, Danny Stearn, Barbie Schufro, and Elise Cohen
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Billy Gordon, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Once upon a time there was a newspaper called Denebola. Denebola was a
very nice newspaper with all sorts of interesting stuff in it, like feature articles
on drinking, colleges, newscasters, clowns, disc jockies, and other neat stuff.
Also there were articles on sports and community affairs. Of course Denebola
has controversial editorials and even news stories on events and everything.
But poor Denebola wasn't happy. You see, Denebola's home is Newton South
High School, and well, just between you and I, it's not the best place for
Denebola to live. lt seems that whenever Denebola would go out for a look
around Newton South to try to see lots of nice people, none would look at it.
Sometimes when Denebola went walking it would hear people saying things
- and usually they were saying mean things. Well, after hearing mean things
for a long time, Denebola got sad and lost some of its spirit. But good ole
Denebola kept on trying, boy did it try, but still none listened. Well, even to
this very day Denebola keeps on trying and is still a fine newspaper. As a
matter of fact, it has been improving, but those people at Newton South just
don't listen to Denebola's words.
NEWTON SOUTH, the moral of this story is: If you want to be a good
home, open your windows, let in a little fresh air , ..
Missing: Mr. Ron Adams, Faculty Advisor
Michael Miller, Assistant Community Abby Creenbaum, Assistant Sports Editor
ludy Melin, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Sue Mandell, Clubs Editor
Neil Aronson, Community Affairs Editor
lohn Robbins, Co-Photography Editor
Richard Brunell, Co-News Editor
Amy Ellen Kaufman, Assistant Clubs
Steve Menzer, Co-Photography Editor
lon Zoriderman, Co-Editorial Editor
Gigi Rosenberg, Assistant Production
Curt Kolovson, Production Editor
Bruce Ward, Fine Arts Editor
David Ryter, Business Manager
Bruce Boynick, Sports Editor
Andy Cohen, Co-News Editor
Beth Falk, Typing Editor
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Robin Tapper, Copy Editor
Danny Berkowitz, Co-Advertising Editor
Howie Weiss, Co-Advertising Editor
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First row' Bruce Boynrck, Saul Rubin, Barbara Geller, Karen LeMack, Liz Kellner, Robin Shore, Billy Gordon, Chris Capeless, Donna Lanes,
Sherri Fedderbush, Peter Mark, Roger Sandman, Second row: Louise Cohen, anonymous female person, Nancy Tichnor, Lisa Robinson,
Nancy Weiner, Susan Shapiro, Alice Scoyell, leannie Martin, Kim Springer, lohn Atkins, Paul Manajian, Debbie Pilavin, Neil Aronsong
Missing: David R. Frutkoff.
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"I attended last year's N.E.W. and enjoyed it very much. I
have only one suggestion concerning candlemaking. I
was in Candlemaking I class, and the wax was never
ready. My suggestion: Melt the wax before cIass!"
"I think the Workshop will be neat and there are a lot of
Qchoices. I think I'll have fun."
f"I thought your computer course was great, and you
I .ishould have it again."
' "'l would like to see a course offered in women's stud-
ies." "Anne enjoyed last year's program very much and
looks forward to another season of activities."
"All three of my kids have participated in your N.E.W.
program at some time. We think they're great. Keep up
the good work."
"We have been well pleased with the program in past
Keep up the good work!"
"I wouldn't like chemistry too much!"
"My son was very happy with last year's program. The
.students were nice, they taught what they knew about
the subjects, and I'm hoping that they will do as well as
'they did last year. Very nice."
"My daughter is very interested in the program and I am
ldelighted with the entire opportunity."
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We are the "un-club." We have un member QP. G. Rich-
terl and nun pay dues. We go mountun climbing and snow
shoeing and snail racing. We sometimes sleep under the
stars and run under the sun. We get up before sunrise and
climb into our bus lyeah, 3311. And if some dunderheads
miss the bus, I don't worry! We missed a mountun wunce.
Our trips have been pretty exciting lwell, for a club that
doesn't even existll Although rain has often reigned us and
we had to turn back, we still wunder at the undubitably
great times we had. In any case, we always had fun.
Trips have included:
Dolycott - fthe un-overnitell relentlessly daunted by
ensueing mud and sludge, our heroes were fudged on their
first trip. After climbing a mountun factually, they only
climbed half of a mountung they slid back down to find the
tent site located in the middle of a river - which wasn't
there when they went uplj There was only one casualty -
David Wolff fell in the mud.
Stratton lwell ... J In the deep, dark folds of the Vermont
woods, the signs of life are so scarce. So are the signs for
mountuns - especially Mt. Stratton! There was only one
casualty - Gigi Volpe fell in the mud.
Lonesome Lake laaaoooroowlj Forty-one hungry travelers
invaded a four-seater restaurant with one waitress on the
way to Lonesome Lake. laaaoooroowll to play tennis. ln
Explorers Club ll, they play tennis on their feet while
walking through the snow. Everyone on the trip thought it
was love at first sight!! There was one casualty - john
Atkins fell in the snow.
These trips would not have been executed lthis is killing
mel if it were not for Peter G. Richter. Without his time and
effort we would not even un-exist. We're looking forward to
many effervescent trips. Thanks to all!!
P.S. All trips are catered by MacDonalds.
oral history club
Missing Lisa Martin, Iudy Clanz, Susan Shapiro, Abby Greenbaum, lohn Zonderman, Kenny
Rosenstein, Holland Green, Neysa Dillon, Marshall Cohen, Donna Lanes, Helaine Clayton,
First Row: Rhonda Seidman, ludy Glanz, and Bob Dichter, co-ordinatorsg Second row: David Feinstein, lay Reubens,
Barry Ostrer, Harriet Warshauer, Sheryl Krafchik, lohn Atkins, Karen Noymer, Morissa Williams, Cindy Mervisg Third
row: Stuart Rothman, Phillip Sagan, George Volpe, Alice Scovell, Amy Cantos, Kim Springer, Abby Creenbaum, Abby
White, Sue Zeiger. Missing: Denise Garcia and leff Kimbell.
First row: Kenny Rosenstein, Liz Kellner, Laurie Brecher, Ronna Feinstein, Mrs, Monderer, lane Slafskyg Second ro
Anonymous male person, David Frim, Steven Yen, Andrea Talis, Anonymous female person, Missing: lay Palmer
The purpose of this yearbook is to preserve a brief
segment of your life. We feel that the events which are
presently shaping the world will ultimately affect the
manner in which you relate to others and yourself. We
hope that the next few pages will help you to recall,
although in a crude fashion, the years of 1974 and 1975.
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Vice-President Gerald Ford assumes the role of Chief-Execu
tive, and pardons Nixon.
Inflation, recession, depression . . .
Blood is once again shed as a fifth war erupts in the Middle-
Court suspends prison sentences of "the President's men" -
Charles Colson, lohn Dean, leb Magruder, and Herbert Kal
Boston iury convicts Dr. Kenneth Edelin of manslaughter.
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teetering platforms, painters' pants, or pre-
washed, pre-faded, pre-shrunk, pre-worn Levis?
Wilbur Mills, chairman of the House Ways
and Means Committee, shares the headlines
with Fanne Foxe, the Argentina Firecracker of
Tidal Basin fame.
Evel Knieval flops out at Snake River Canyon.
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Finicky Morris, Euell Gibbons, Rhoda, Frank
'Lookat those legs!' Purdue, and lohn-Boy Wal-
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coup which ends the monarch's
half century long rule.
General Motors, Ford, and
Chrysler issue rebates on small
Archbishop Makarios' govern-
ment is toppled as Greek and
Turkish Cypriots fight each other
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Harold M. Hawkes
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"Henry David Thoreau asked in Walden, 'Could a greater miracle take place
than for us to look through each other's eyes for an instant?' Well, a good book
is a miracle of sorts, it lets you inside someone else's world, if only for a while.
Communicating the mysteries of living - that's what literature is all about."
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Marie P. Brassard
Richard T. Geist
Ms. Ienny Schneider
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Ellen R. Katz
Dorothy G. Hansberry Ophair Caras
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"Your success in this course of music theory, as in life itself, depends upon
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David M. Levenson
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"lf men would ... seek what is best to do in order to make themselves
worthy of that toward which they are so attracted, they might have
dreams which would purify their lives. Let a man decide upon his
favorite animal and make a study of it, learning its innocent ways. Let
him learn to understand its sounds and motions. The animals want to
communicate with man,"
Brave Buffalo, Teton Sioux
William A, Drew
V ,I Paula A. Mealy
Alice E, Shaw Mrs. Diana Barron
Henry A. Lambert, lr.
Iohn C. Chiasson joseph P. Connolly
Norman S. Swerling
"Driver's Ed - the most immediately relevant course
Fff1f1CiS P. Alleva, offered in high school today."
business Norman Swerling
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Rocco R. Petrillo
Theresa B. Hanlev
Mrs. Cisela Clark
"We are all 'etrangers' who want to be known and understood. The more
languages we can speak, the better known and understood we become, and
the better we will know and understand the 'etrangers' who are around us."
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"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the
source of all true art and science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger
who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as
dead: his eyes are closed."
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First Row: Ron Litwin, Michael Alsup, Ray McKinney, captain, lonny Bamel, captain, lames Young, Michael Kan,
lay Labourine, Avi Vardi. Second Row: Bruce lennings, Mr. Ophair Caras, Humberto Fagundas, Rob Len., Mark
Shuster, lay Rubins, Brian Levey, Carson Milgroom, Danny Braverman, Mark Seeto, Missing: Mike Lafferty,
captain, Corey Rosenfield, lim C.oIdfarb, Doug Scheff, Lenny Kraicer, Howie Appelstein, Peter Castellanos, Alan
The Newton South Varsity Soccer Team suffered a very
disappointing season. Playing impressive soccer against
Winchester, Boston College High, Arlington, and
Brandeis, the team duplicated their undefeated pre-sea-
son schedule for the second consecutive year. As a result,
the team looked forward to a successful season, and
spirits were high. The Lions opened up the season ,with
an impressive 3-0 win over Acton. The team then lost six
straight games often by only one or two goals. They
didn't play badly over this six game span, but their
inability to put the ball in the net ruined the morale of
Yet, the Lion's victory over Wayland in the last game of
the season knocked that team out of contention for a
berth in the state tournament. This served to remove
some of the pain inflicted during a most disappointing 3-
Many players performed extremely well. Bruce len-
nings, elected captain of next year's team, and senior Ray
McKinney were both named to the Dual County League
All-Star Team. Other seniors who will be missed include:
lim Young, Humberto Fagundes, lay Reubens, Mike Kan,
Mark Shuster, Ronnie Litwin, Avi Vardi, Bob Lent, lohn
Bamel, and Mike Alsup. The team looks forward to the
return of Bruce lennings, Larry Kraicer, Mark Seeto, lim
Goldfarb, Carson Milgroom, lay Labourine, Doug Scheff,
Corey Rosendield, Brian Levey, and Dan Braverman,
along with many players from a very successful junior
On paper, the Lions should be stronger next year.
However, the acquisition of a positive attitude has been,
and will remain, a key factor in determining the team's
Coach Caras - The 1974 Newton South Soccer team
could have won any game that it played, and certainly it
should have won more games than it did. In pure, refined
soccer skill we had few equals in the league. But we were
not able to put it all together into a superlative team
effort that is needed to win a game. Again and again
victory eluded us. Only once during the regular playing
season, in our final game against Wayland, did we muster
that marvelous display of determination and skill that
produces a win. The result was a decisive victory. Perhaps
it is the last game that really counts.
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First Row: Rona Leventhal, janet Flemming, loan Wise, Beth Falk co-captain, Elaine Aronson.
Second Row: Marian Ward, Laurie Raphael, Cheryl Weiner, Barbara Sacks, Debbie Green, Ronni
White, Anne Penucci, Paula Silvers, Coach Crimes. Third Row: Karen Fine, Beth Appelbaum,
loanne Haimes, Debbi Monosson, Laura Brown, Maureen Foly, LeAnn Goldman, Robin Yaffe,
Cindy Marcus, lean Hoberman.
1974-75 was the first season in which the Newton South
GirI's Swim Team participated in Dual County League com-
petition. The team got off to a slow start, but managed to
successfully win two games by the termination of the
15' fx season. The quality of Coach Bill Grimes leadership sparked
the team's enthusiasm.
Those who will be leaving the team to graduate this year
are: Captain Mary Rowland, and Captain Beth Falk, both of
whom accumulated many points for the team. Other sen-
iors who will be leaving us are: loanne Haimes, Ronnie
White, Cindy Marcus, Debbie Monosson, and Laura Brown
all of who were great assets contributing to the entire team
Next year's swim team will have increased opportunities
of success with such talents as juniors Cheryl Weiner, who
swims the Individual Medley and 100 Butterfly, Barbara
Sacks who swims the 200 and 500 yard free style and loan
Wise swimming the breast stroke.
First Row: Barbie Long, Diane Sullivan, Carol Sturnick Co-capt., lanet Gove Co-captain, Gale
Shahon, Susan Horwitz. Second Row: Ms. Blanchard, Meg Hurley, Denise Garcia, Neysa Dillon,
Siobhan McNally, Beth Gilles, Buthana Shukri, Ms. Hixon.
This year's Field Hockey Team has the talent and skill
necessary to produce a winning season, but they just
couldn't get themselves together in many of the games.
The team's 3-7-2 record reflected the bad breaks they
suffered throughout the season. Unfortunately, five of
their losses came on tie breakers. A few times, however,
the Lions did manage victory, playing impressive field
hockey required to beat the ever - powerful Weston,
Bedford, and Acton teams. Coaches ludy Blanchard and
Pam Hixon instilled new insights on hockey to team
members by adding different techniques to the regular
This year's team will be losing nine seniors upon
graduation. Co-captains Carol Sturnick and lanet Gove,
Neysa Dillon, Denise Garcia, Siobhan McNally, Meg
Hurley, Beth Gilles, Lynne "iii" Korelitz and Gale Sha-
hon will be missed. Also composing the varsity team
were juniors, Susan "Kick Save" Horwitz and Diane Sulli-
van, along with three sophomores, Buthana Shukri, Ellen
Korelitz, and Barby Long - all of whom contributed a
great deal to the team effort. These five varsity letter
women will be returning making for next year's team a
fun, fantastic season of field hockey.
Monkeying around after games Bus rides back to
Newton South "l'm sorry, you're hi!" Spaghetti
at Stub's House "Oh well, there goes another tie
breaker" "Why can't you women flick?" Curley
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fighter against Spinach ... Good luck, seniors!
Coaches Pamela Hixon and ludith Blanchard - Newton
South has come a long way in field hockey and we com-
pete in one of the toughest hockey leagues. I must say
that the highlight of the season was in beating Weston-
both varsity and j.v. games. Thanks to Carol and lanet,
our captains, and to the seniors who have worked so very
hard to bring up the level of Newton South field hockey.
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First Row: Rosie Riley, Carol Sturnick Co-capt, lanet Cove Co-Capt, Glennys Campbell, Second
Row: Ms. ludith Blanchard, Sara Rubenstein, Lisa Chesler, Christine Castellanos, Shiela Comerford,
Debbie Spielman, Leslie Dillon, Laurie Ludwig, Paula Kan, Sue Walsh, Cheryl Wenning, Lisa
Hurley, Ms. Pamela Hixon.
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Coach Geist, Dennis Bauke, Tim Williams, leff Karol, lim Ralston, Donnie Ferrari.
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Lack of experience and an injury to the team's
captain leff Karol were contributing factors towards
the cross country team's dismal season.
Despite the team's losing record, the harriers always
fought hard and gave a strong effort. Inspiration and
leadership were provided by Captain jeff Karol.
Yet, the season did have its bright moments as the
Lions came through in the Catholic Memorial ln-
vitational and the State Meet and defeated such teams
as Boston English, Hingham, Marshfield, Silver Lake
and Winchester. Dennis Bauke, the team's top runner
earned a spot on the Dual County All-Star Team.
Next year's team will miss seniors Stuart Rothman
and leff Karol. Iuniors Dennis Bauke, Donnie Ferrari,
and Gary Abramson will return to play an important
part on next year's team, as well as sophomores Bob
Morehouse, Steve Karlin, Timmy Williams, and Ronnie
Coach Geist - Despite the inexperience on the
team, l feel the members of the team always gave
1101, and never let the thought of losing thwart their
individual efforts. With most of the team returning
next year l look forward to a more successful season.
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This year the girl's volleyball team was organized in the
fall instead of the spring. The team was directed by the
fine leadership of Coach Sandra Alexander. Co-captain
Ilene Sullivan and Co-Captain Amy Casper were encour-
aging leaders thoughout the season. The 5-8 record does
not adequately show the determination that the players
expressed, The team attracted many sophomores and
juniors. With only two seniors on the team this year, the
skill and enthusiasm of the sophomores and juniors
guarantee a successful season next year.
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First Row: Adrienne lackson, Debbie Pachus, Cynthia Weinstein, Elaine Sullivan, Amy Casper, Amy Shapiro, Nancy Green.
Second Row: Sandy Greenberg, Ronna Miller, Mindy Kingston, Shelly Polsky, MaryAnn Donlan, Cynthia Moan, Shelly
Pearlstein, Diane Kaufman, Laura Ford, Ms. Alexander.
First row: Aaron Moynahan, Michael Stockman, joe Donlan, Peter Nathanson, Greg Moan, Paul Tormey, jeff Lawson, George
Brockman, Scott Groper, Peter Maples. Second row: Mike Berzon, jeff Bennett, David Chused, john Amicangioli, jim
Blackman, Greg McKinney, jeff Goldsmith, Phil Small, David Costa, Keith Washing Washington, Matt Sabetti. Third row: jim
Sullivan, Brian Cooper, Charlie Conolley, Greg Soyka, Barry Gale, Mike Hernandez, Fred Amicangioli, joe Peltier, Coach
Aredis Koioyan, Coach George Winkler. Fourth rowx Coach MacDonald, Nat Heard, Dan Sheehan, Mark Manfredi, Mark
Newhook, Bob Clark, Coach Harvey, Coach Mark Young,
The 1974 Newton South Football Team had the poten-
tial to win the Dual County championship, but bad
breaks and erratic play destroyed the team's chances.
Although the Lions opened the season with three straight
wins, they managed only one more victory in the six
Despite the team's mediocre record, there were many
players who performed well,
Halfback Peter Nathanson had a great season. "Nate"
scored nine touchdowns and rushed for well over 600
yards. His excellent playing earned him a spot on the
Dual County All-Star Team.
Captain Greg Moan and fellow linebacker Aaron
Moynahan also had a fine season, each earning spots on
the league All-Star Team. Nathanson, Moynahan, and
Moan will surely be missed next year, along with depart-
ing seniors Peter Maples, Paul Tormey, joe Donlan, Scott
Groper, jeff Lawson, George Brockman, Mike Stockman,
and Rick Taranto.
Next year's team will be led by co-captains designated
Matt Sabetti and Keith Washington, both of whom had a
fine season. Other returning lettermen include Phil Small,
Greg McKinney, Rich Gossman, jeff Goldsmith, jeff Ben-
nett, jim Blackman, john Amicangiolf and Mike Berzon,
This year spelled the end of a brilliant coaching career
for head coach George Winkler, Coach Winkler deserves
a great deal of credit and praise for all the hard work and
effort which he displayed.
Next year's coach will have a tough job ahead of him
because most of this year's key players will have gradu-
ated. Unless there is a very impressive group of players
coming in from the junior high schools, several Newton
South players will have to improve dramatically in order
to save the Lions from another disappointing season.
I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank this year's
football team and all the other teams which I have coached during my
thirteen years at South. I would like to thank the many, many
hundreds of young men for the support, dedication and enthusiasm
which they have shown to me and to the school. I consider myself
fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with these young men.
I consider them to be the finest which one could find anywhere, and
it has been a privilege to have coached them.
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Back row: lody Kaufman, Donna Amicangioli, Gail Nuzzi, Susan Larson, Lisa DiCarlo.
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First row: jimmy Hart, lan Waalewyn, Brian Cain, loe Donlan, Bob Driscoll, Dave Satter, Mark Cooper, Howie Cooper, Bill Skerry, Donny
Mooreg Second row1 Coach McPhee, Bobby Tresca, Bob Tedeschi, Stu Satter, C-len Mackenzie, Kevin Schmidlein, Ken Schmidlein, Don
Ferrari, Dave Panella, lrrnrnv Hendricks, Mr, McBride.
This year's Newton South Hockey Team compiled a 4-
11 record. This dismal record can be attributed to the
The Lions opened their season with an impressive 3-1 .
victory over Wayland. After this opening game the team
dropped four straight games. The Lions got back on the
track with a decisive 3-1 victory against Weston. After
three more defeats the Lions played their best game of
the season, defeating the league leader - Bedford - by a
score of 3-2. The team then reverted to its losing ways as
they dropped three more games before defeating Weston
for the second time, 3-2. The Lions finished the season
with two more losses.
Next year the team will miss the services of graduating
seniors Mark Cooper, loe Donlan, Brian Cain, lim Hart,
Kevin Schmidlein, Bob Tedeschi, Bill Skerry, David Satter,
and Bob Driscoll. 5
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Ferrari, Glen Mackenzie, lan Waalewyn, Howie Cooper, "
Donny Moore, lim Hendricks, Dave McKennon, Gene
Carr, Stu Satter, Bobby Tresca, and Doug Bullen.
Coach McPhee - This was a very frustrating year. The
team suffered alot of bad breaks and was guilty of many l
careless errors. I hope next year will prove more success- . i
This year was the second year of consecutive swim-
ming at Newton South. The team was comprised of
about fifteen swimmers. Although it was a small team,
the swimmers were very dedicated. The practices were
held at the Newton North pool from five to seven in the
evening. Despite the inconvenience of the practice site
and times, the team members were present at most of
The team was not very successful this year. Although
they failed to win a meet most of the swimmers showed
much improvement in their times.
Swimming the fifty and one hundred yard freestyle was
Neal Drobnis, lerry Urdang, and Gary Silverstein. The
two hundred year and five hundred year freestyle was
swam by Ronnie Koning, David Kamowitz, and leff Karp.
Eli Marcus and Luca Gentilucci swam the one hundred
year butterfly. The one hundred yard breaststroke was
swam by George Brockman, Larry Groipen, and Gary
Weiner. In the one hundred yard backstroke were Neal
Drobnis and Paul White. The grueling individual medley
was swam by Eli Marcus and Luca Gentilucci. The divers
were David Chused and Bruce Renick.
The strongest swimmers on the team were Neal
Drobnis, who qualified for the state meet in the fifty yard
and one hundred yard freestyle, and George Brockman.
Coach Grimes - I think the team performed as well as
expected for a second year team. I think that more
student participation, the team could be a successful
First row: Paul White, jeff Karp, Larry Croipen, lerry Feldman, Coach
Crimes, Second row: "Buzzy" Daniels, David Chused, Ronnie Koning,
David Kamowitz, Gary Weiner, Third row: leannie Hoberman, jerry Urdang,
jimmy Silverstein, Neal Drobnis, George Brockmang Missing: Eli Marcus,
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Sparrow, Rona Leventnalg Second Row Miss Susan Raymond, Nancy Grodberg, Claire Levenworth, Susan Rogers,
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strongest teams in NSHS history.
The team was composed of sixteen gymnasts - soph-
omores Buthana Shukri, Claire Levenworth, Amy Fagin,
Nancy Grodberg, Debbie Speilman, Susan Steinberg,
Faith Dana, Susan Rogers, Rosie Reilly, and lenny Taub,
juniors Rona Leventhal, Ruth Sparrow, and Maureen
Foley, seniors Sheila Comerford and co-captains lanet
Gove and Carol Maltz.
Having achieved an outstanding record of victories,
coach ludy Blanchard feels the team is young and has
unlimited potential for the next few years.
The highlight of the season was the smashing victory
over Newton North High School 86.4 to 48.0.
Qualifying for the State Individual Meet were Claire
Levenworth, lenny Taub, Maureen Foley, Amy Fagin,
Nancy Grodberg, Buthana Shukri, and Carol Maltz.
76 Wellesley 60.75
77.12 Westwood 45.55
79.2 Weston 45.45
78.6 Concord 67.05
75.32 Brookline 73.65
79.9 Lexington 65.05
86.4 Newton North 48.00
81.55 Wayland 71.50
79.15 Linc. - Sud. 85.5
79.5 Acton 78.90
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First row: Stuart Rothman, Bobby Clark, David Spielman, Geoffrey Brown, Mark
Comerfordg Second row: Tad Baum, Robert Kelly, Chris Cataldo, Harvey Stone, Mr.
Steves - coach.
This year was one of rebuilding for the Newton South
Gymnastics Team. Although the team did not win many
meets, many of the boys showed a great deal of improve-
ment. There were only four seniors on the team this year.
David Spielman, the team captain, took first place on the
side horse in almost every meet. Stuart Rothman also
competed on the side horse. Two of the seniors Geof
Baum, who was a vaulter, and Chris Cataldo, who com-
peted on the high bar - were newcomers to the team
this year. Sophomore Tad Baum had a very good season
as he placed consistently on the parallel high bars. Bob
Clark, a junior, and Harvey Stone, a sophomore, were the
team's all-around performers. Both boys picked up sev-
eral points. Other team members included Mark Come-
rford and Bob Kelly.
Coach Steeves - This year's team showed much im-
provement as the season progressed. I think that the
experience gained by the members of the team will help
make next year a more successful season.
First row: Larry Hirschberg, Kenny Green, Doug Rosenfeld, Peter Castellanos, Ray McKinney, Fred Amicangioli, Laurie Markoff, Second
row: Coach Blackburn, Paul Daniels, jonny Zoll, Arthur Gould, Carlos Pava, Tim Williams, David Bernstein, Dennis Bauke, Karen Lein,
The 1974-1975 Indoor Track season was one of dis-
couragement and disappointment for the Newton South
Lions. Lacking the depth and dedication to compete in
the overwhelming Dual County League, the Lions com-
piled a 0-7 season. Under the capable supervision of
Coaches Sutherland and Blackburn, the team, though
defeated from the very start, worked themselves into top-
Sprinter Peter Castellanos turned in one of the season's
top performances in the forty yard dash with a time of
4.8 seconds. Other sprinters included captain Stuart Perry
and Steve Garfinkle.
Carson Milgroom, a much improved middle distance
runner, and Dennis Bauke, a fine long distance runner,
both had good seasons. Dennis set a school record in the
two mile, and sophomore Paul Daniels showed great
promise in the six hundred yard run.
Next year the team will miss the services of graduating
seniors Stu Perry, Peter Castellanos, and Ray McKinney.
However, the nucleus of this year's team will be return-
ing and hopefully with better results than this year's
Coach Sutherland - This year's team deserves a lot of
credit for all the work they put into their endeavors. I
think each member of the team improved a great deal
during the course of the season.
First row: jeff Cylkowski, Saul Rubin, Howie Pinderhughes - co-captain, Mark Aronson - co-capt, Kevin
Hoban, George Thomas, Second row: Mickey Atkins, lerry Antonellis, Mark Spector, limmy Sherman, Rob Lent,
Chandler Bosworth, Bob Harris, Coach Walker.
The Newton South 1974 - 1975 basketball season was
a very disappointing one. The Lions appeared strong
before the start of the season, but managed to win just
two of their first ten games. The team put together a fine
effort in their second win of the year as they crushed
Acton-Boxboro, 73-32. Victories like this were hard to
come by for the Lions, and despite an unlimited amount
of determination, they found themselves most often on
the short end of the score. The team was able to win iust
two more games and finished the season with a 4-11
record. This season was an extreme disappointment for
second year coach Richard Walker who had high hopes
for the Lions qualifying for the state tournament.
Many players deserve much credit for all the hard
work and effort they gave. Mark Aronson was the team's
most solid performer, he led the team in scoring and was
the overall team leader. Helping Mark out in the back-
court were Howie Pinderhughes, leff Cylkowski, and
Matt Sabetti. Bob Lent and Bob Harris were the Lions'
two big men up front, Chandler Bosworth was the other
starting forward. Coming off the bench were Billy
Greene, lerry Antonellis, lim Sherman, and Rich Spector.
The Lions will have only four players returning next
year and of these four players only Matt Sabetti saw
more than a few minutes of playing time each game.
Coach Walker will have a tough job ahead of him next
year as he has so much work to accomplish and so little
to work with.
Coach Richard Walker - I feel that the team is much
better than is the dismal record it has. I feel we had the
talent to be one of the top teams in the Dual County
League, and we certainly possessed the ability to beat
any team on our schedule.
First row: Debbie Dubinsky, Sue Lechten, Linda Rubing Second row Debbie Lapuck Peggy Rnley Debbne
Zussman, Patty Riley, Beth Gotchberg.
First Row: Meg Hurley, Neysa Dillon tco-captl, Beth Gilles fco-capt.l,
p Nancy Bornstein Second Row: Susan Horwitz, Sarah Rubenstein,
Benadetta Antonellis, Lorie Green, Mindy Kingston, Barbie Long, Ms.
I Pam Hixon Missing: Susanna Newton
The NSHS Girls' Basketball Team had its ups and
downs this year, but all the girls were pleased with the
progress their team had made this season. Miss Pam
Hixon coached the Lions again this year, pulling them
out of their defeats and leading them on to victory. The
future looks promising because it was a young squad,
with both lower and upper classmen standouts. The team
was captained by seniors Neysa Dillon and Beth Gilles,
who will be greatly missed along with seniors Meg
Hurley and Nancy Bornstein. The returning juniors and
sophomores - Lorie Green, Susan Horwitz, Sarah Ru-
benstein, Ben Antonellis, Mindy Kingston, Barbie Long,
and Susanna Newton - look forward to an even better
season next year.
The team had several losses, but when South finally
got it together, they completely out-played their oppo-
nentsp penetrating the defenses and surprising them with
outside shots. But regardless of whether NSHS won or
lost, these girls formed the classiest team in the Dual-
County League. When they came out on the court in
their sharp, orange and blue uniforms fPumas and alll
opponents knew that they would have to look out for
NSHS. It would be hard to stop this team. And it sure
The lunior Varsity team was coached by Mr. Edward
Minishak, a former Northeastern University player. He
worked hard all season long coaching the girls and giving
them the necessary on-the-court experience for future
years. The squad was captained by Christine Castellanos
and Carol Sturnick. The other players were Lisa Chesler,
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Leslie Dillon, Sherri Fastov, Betsy Ford, Cindy Golding,
Carole Grant, Lisa Hurley, Adrienne lackson, Shelly Pol-
sky, and Kerry Wilcox.
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Sherry Fastov, Adrienne jackson Second Row: Carole Grant, Cindy
Golding, Kerry Wilcox, Lisa Chesler, Leslie Dillon, Shelly 'Polsky, Ms.
Pam Hixon Missing: Coach Minishak
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First row: Charles Dippo, Bob Paisner, Bruce Arafe, Peter Nathanson - captain, Howard Appelstein, Craig Sowsey, Aaron Moynahan,
Peter Maples - captain, Scott Ciroperg Second row: David Costa, Paul Tormey, Ronald Lombardo, Keith Washington, Gary Fireman,
Barrv Horowitz, Ted Hilliard, Frank Tarentino, Chuck Hurwitz - assistant coachg Third row: Aredis Kojoyian - coach, Michael
Thomas, Mark Manfreddi, Brian Cooper, Michael Berzon, Mike Hernandez, Dan Picard, Douglas Washingtong Fourth row: leff
Croper, Dan Friedman, loe Peltier, Bill Surette, Brian Buffington, Glen Weinstein, Artie Kojoyian.
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This year's Newton South Varsity Wrestling Team had
another great season. The team finished the season with
a fine 14-1 record. The only loss the grapplers suffered
was to an always powerful Wayland team.
The wrestling dynasty that has been ignited by coach
Aredis Kojoyian continues to crush its opponents. In the
eight years that Kojoyian has coached the Lions the team
has compiled a phenomenal 98-11-2 record.
This year's team had great balance all the way down the
line. In the one hundred pound weight class Chuck
Dippo had a 6-3-1 record. lunior Louis MacDonald had a
tremendous season in the one hundred seven pound
class as he established an unblemished 14-0 record. Bob
Paisner, at one hundred fourteen pounds, came back
from an injury to come up with an 8-3-1 record. lunior
Gary Fireman was very impressive as he posted a 9-3-1
record in the one hundred twenty-one pound class.
Bruce Arafe has a disappointing 3-7-1 record at one
hundred twenty-eight pounds. Peter Nathanson had an
excellent year at one hundred thirty-four pounds as he
posted a perfect 15-0 record. Howie Appelstein compiled
a fine 12-2 record in the one hundred forty pound class.
Senior Craig Sowsey showed much improvement in the
one hundred forty-seven pound class and finished with a
respectable 8-2-2 record. In the one hundred fifty-seven
pound class Aaron Moynahan showed a great deal of
improvement as he finished with a fine 12-2-1 record.
Last year Aaron finished with a mediocre 6-8 record in
the same weight class. lunior Keith Washington had a
disappointing year with a 3-12 record in the one hundred
sixty-seven pound class. Peter Maples went undefeated
for the second straight year, compiling a 14-0 record.
Scott Groper, a vastly improved heavyweight ended up
with a most impressive 13-0 record.
The team will lose nine seniors from the starting
lineup. Those wrestlers who are expected to help next
year's team include Ron Lombardo, Brian Cooper, Doug
Washington, Mike Berzon, Dan Picard, Dave Costa, Frank
Tarantino, Greg Soylea, Bill Sureette, and lohn Amica-
Coach Koioyian - This year's team was very deter-
mined. They worked very hard and all their hard work
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but many fine ones will be back next year for what will
hopefully be another successful season.
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the Sabetti award
The Newton South Boosters Club Award has been dedicated to
Mrs. Elizabeth Sabetti, a warm, open-hearted woman, whose
involvement in local sports activities lead to increased team spirit
at Newton South. Her consistent attendance at Newton South
sporting events provided both the players and the coaches with
the enthusiasm necessary to develop their skills to the utmost.
Mrs. Sabetti also devoted agreat deal of her time and her
boundless energy to Pop Warner and to Little League Baseball.
This annual award will be given to the "all around" female
athlete who has demonstrated the most admirably the qualities
of leadership, understanding, and good sportsmanship both on
and off the playing field. The Boosters Club especially wants to
give females who participate in athletics the same type of recog-
nition received by their male counterparts who receive the
Daniel W. Mendelson Memorial Sports Award. It is also hoped
that the Sabetti Award will stimulate interest among the students
in girls' sports at Newton South. The recipient of the award will
be presented with a trophy, and a plaque engraved with the
recipient's name will be displayed in the trophy case outside the
Newton South - a band of gypsies carried me here!
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A group of my friends sitting in the
courtyard passing around a joint, so some
of the rest of us passed around an apple to
be cool. The courtyard is the best place to
beg it's filled with the memories of old
friends who have graduated, and present
ones who make it worth staying around.
The Wheeler parking lot is mellowing out with
the times. Full-fledged 'Southies' are a relic from a
past age. Sure, we all have our separate groups, but
people are less frightened to mingle now. My last
year here has taught me to deal with people and
situations I never felt capable fo dealing with be-
I hang around the Cutler House
science room doors burning heretics,
writing obscenities on the walls, and
chain-smoking eight packs of Marl-
boros a day.
I spend roughly one half of my free blocks
trying to do my homework. I feel greatly re-
lieved if I can get it all done before school is
What do I do in my spare time? I smoke and I sleep
Anything else is none of your business.
. . . And I like school. It's a place to see my friends. It beats ,
television game shows. It's better than the soap operas. It gives
you the freedom to make decisions - like whether or not to do
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will think and do as they please.
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The discussions between kids from NSHS and North Carolina were frank, open, and
honest. lt made the kids at Newton South realize how much hostility there is between
blacks and whites at South. Their visit here led to productive action in resolving the race
problem at our school.
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South students deserve a place to work
on cars. A full auto shop isn't what we
want. A roof and a few tools would make
Friday nights at the
South parking lot
B.P.L. doing homework
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In college I intend to create a double -ffii'-wg-'f,,,,r
major in Uranium Mining and Escalator
Installation - two fields of study which ,QE X,
have been introduced to me at NSHS i
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lt's true. He really does dive into paper bags. I saw it with
my own eyes.
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If you find someone that gives
you all of their love,
Take it to your heart,
Don't let it stray,
For one thing that is certain,
You will surely be hurting,
If you throw it all away.
Much love and thanks to my
friends and family.
lanis Marie Alberti
652 Chestnut St.
Anything worth wanting, is
worth working and waiting for.
l. D., Thanks for the memories. I,
R., Party 12131 X73. Thanks, I. L.,
L. S., C. K., D. W., N. V., M. D.,
D. P., S. M., 81 L. H,, for two
great years at N.S.H.S. Never
forget P. M. K. T., D.P., L. H.,
S.M., D.F., D.D.
96 Levbert Rd.
"Who else but the self can be
master of the self? With self
controlled, another master is
hard to find."
Karate is part of my life,
lt's philosophy is well rewarding.
l'll never forget L. P.
To the guys in my band, "Keep
123 Walnut Hill Rd.
If you can feel the earth under
your feet, Know that never in
your life, have you not been
touching something, Wearing it
down a little . ,.
"Life is short, so live it to its
fullest capacity, and never stop
trying . . . "
C o o d n i g h t .
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Freaks and Greasers,
locks and Southies.
Tell me, where is sanity?
The optimist sees the doughn
The pessimist sees the hole.
Frederick Henry Albert
92 Varick Rd.
"Got no mansion, got no yacht,
Still l'm happy with what l've
l got the sun in the morning
and the moon at night."
l love it! . .. lelly roll isn't
everything . . . Oooo that's cold!
Thirteen years fly fast when
you've having fun . . .
Michael Patrick Alsup
6 Glastonbury Oval
"When you know a thing, to
hold that you know it: and when
you do not know a thing, allow
that you do not know it - this is
Rita L. Amendola
38 lohn St.
Wheeler "Little Wop"
Always keep in mind that, you
can't live in the past, and if you
don't make something of the
present, you can't live in the
future. Goodbye and good luck
to the class of '75! Well gang, I
Angela M. Amicangioli
837 Boylston St,
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68 Indiana Terr.
German Club - Vice President
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I could dance better if
I had my sneekers on!
Donna Ann Amicangioli
845 Boylston St.
Memories ... Victory parties ...
the corner .,. Hey Amo ..,
Weeks I'll always remember
the good times with my friends.
Good luck at South, Fred, lohn
"Always stay ahead of the other
l.V. Fieldhockey 1, Cheerleading
2, 3 German Club 3
Ellen 1. Anderson
51 Bernard St.
Karen L. Anderson
77 Elinor Rd.
The sun is but a morning star.
Louis Gerard Antonellis
1054 Walnut St.
Fear is the only darkness. The
fear of death is the shadow of
the fear of life. To live in
harmony with living things is to
I would like to thank Newton
South High for my education.
My goal is to be a cop.
Bruce David Arafe
28 Brierfield Rd.
"Be yourself, for that is all that
can be expected, You are a child
of the universe, no less than the
trees and the stars, you have a
right to be here." With all its
shame, drudgery and broken
dreams, its still a beautiful
world. Enjoy life, and be happy.
Excerpts from Desiderata
Wrestling 1, 2, 3
lason Richard Arbeiter
99 Truman Rd.
The greatest invention of the
19th century was the invention
of the method of invention.
Alfred North Whitehead
The first precept was never to
accept a thing as true until I
knew it as such without a single
53 Cottage St.
All I have to say is that it's a nice
place to visit, but l wouIdn't
want to live here.
45 Wyman St.
Goodwin "Howie" "Apple"
Thank you Newton South for
three great years. So long to
great guys, joe Nathanson and
Art Kojoyian. l'll never forget the
Yale Bowl with Coop, Pree,
Mark, jeff and "eggs" Syracuse
with Nate and Craig, the berry,
the zone, the route and all the
great kids l've known at South.
38 White Oak Rd.
250 Woodcliff Rd.
Oh Wow! We all had a real
good time. Ed and Pete.
Vacations at Matoaka. "Who
cares." Co. Capt. B. Ball with
Roscoe, State Tournament. H. R.
with lodi, crusin the country
"To thine own self be true"
180 Wiswall Rd.
"My country is the world, and
my religion is to do good."
I'll never forget all the political
campaigns. Moments of
madness: The night before the
big paper is due. Deneboa 1, 2,
Community Affairs Editor 3,
Explorers Club 1, 2, 3, History
Club 2, 3, Musical 2, Concert
Choir 3, May Arts 1, 2, 3,
Enrichment Program 1, 2, State
House Internship 1, 2.
lohn loseph Atkins
44 Andrew St.
"Multiplication is vexation,
division is as bad,
the rule of three preplexes me,
and practice drives me mad."
au,-fc. 'li V
Go ahead Birds!
Everyone else does!
39 Rockland Place
"We grow either better or worse
as we get older but more like
l'll always remember May Arts
'74, Nantasket Beach, Always N.
N., K. C. - "Your in rare form
today" "Your know" "Yea but."
D block on the gym stairs.
Thanks to all my friends.
131 Wallace St.
Don't you know there's a fire in
the hole and nothing left to
burn, l'd like to run out now,
but there's nowhere left to turn.
Never forget, Summer '74 -
Allman Bros. gig that crashed -
the table, K. A., I. M., Nose and
the ranks. Baseball 1
Cheryl Ann Bailey
957 Boylston St.
"And what l'm trying to say is
that nobody ever had a rainbow,
until he had the rain."
"If I had a million dollars "
What is it you want I should
say? Summer of '74. To my
friends, "thank you" for without
you, tomorrow would not be
Carol M. Baler
54 Daniel St.
"Let today embrace the past
with remembrance and the
future with longing."
Memories, Pansies, Ellis summer
of '74, the cape twhiteyj 47, 49,
52. Lisa, it's blue! 8!29!74, a
party at the Pru, an everlasting
friendship with Harriet. Crazy
times with good friends. Blame
it on the sun Special
memories of C. B.
Jonathan S. Bamel
22 Olde Field Rd.
"From the moment I could talk,
I was ordered to listen. Now
there's a way and I know that I
have to go away."
I. T., G. T., D. A., T. M., Football
1, Soccer 2, Capt 3, Basketball 1,
2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3
Ellen Sue Band
267 Woodward St.
You got to drift in the breeze,
Before you set your sails,
It's an occupation where the
Before you set your sails,
Drift in the breeze.
65 Hartmann Rd.
"Somethings lost and
somethings gained in living
Much love and thanks to friends
who helped me through those
"certain" times, and to that one
special person who made my
high school years everything
they could have been May
'72 . . . l love you.
loan C, Bartoshevich
7 Pennsylbania Ave.
l'll never forget, 877774 Larry
1:30, Curbs, Hampton Beach
wfsnob, The Rounds, N.S.H.S.
parking lot with N. K. driving, PF
on the rocks. RCD pool and
chair. Mac's IHOP, HUH, HI.
Thanks for the good times, N.
K., D. D., B. K., MOE, L. M., T.
Y., T. G., E. S., I. K., and the M's.
79 Westgate Rd.
"Through love one creates his
own personality and helps
others create theirs."
The girl in my life KAKA! Flo '73.
Thanks for a special friendship
Con, lazz "73-74", France "73",
H. R. with Mark - Coco 81 Liz 81
lules. The times with my high
school sweetheart - lack - H. I.,
230 Dorset Rd.
"Oh c'mon a bon", installment
certral, "No girls, you can not
burn candles in your rroooms."
E2, ECA's. H. Lists.
Kurt Robert Gustav Bauke
18 Chase St.
More trouble is caused in this
world by indiscreet questions.
Sydney T. Harris
Youth is a fast gallop over a
smooth track to the bright
horizon The time of great
expectations for yourself and
expectations of others for you to
be fulfilled at an unspecified
time called some day.
Geoffrey Mark Baum
79 Drumlin Rd.
The past is but a shadow of that
which once was, And so today
Laurie B. Bell
72 Westminster Rd.
3 Ridgway Terrace
182 Rawson Rd.
I am a Swedish student and I
came here on a scholarship. A
few of the purposes of my
staying here are to live with an
American family, to experience
your school system, and to come
to know and understand your
traditions. What I especially
have appreciated so far is that
everyone has been so kind and
helpful to me.
Nicholas Bibbo III
54 Indiana Terrace
loyce Donna Berkman
259 Spiers Rd.
"Without love, laughter and
tears, there is no life."
Talk at McDonalds with Karen,
Sue. Five g's. The hill gang and
that special friend-Hooli.
Summer of 74-C. S. 8!17!74 -
snuggle. Partying at Swi's. To all
my friends-thank you.
16 years of friendship - F. H.
That special someone - Bennett
., H ,
,. . ..
A' f ,-
56 Bowdoin St.
. il' lin, I I fx
63 Beethoven Ave.
Baseball 1, 2, 3
100 Audubon Dr.
Remember Glasses, Braces,
Pickles, Bananas, Lady, Cindy . . .
Whaddy, I love you too! He's
making a darn fool outa me!
Crossword puzzles, Baloney
Salami and Eggs, Being totally
crazy! To four very special
friends, thanks. B. D. Stop
following me! S. C. Tee-Hee.
Warm Fuzzys. A. D. Ayah. U. M.
P. D. R. You ask first.
Carole loyce Bloom
59 lane Rd.
'Never regret a ride on a star,
A dream, or a hope that is aimed
That wonderful castle you build
in the air,
Though it may tumble, it leaves
a memory there."
Two meanings per word, April 1.
Oh What a beautiful Mon-ing.
71 Vine St.
The line it is drawn
The curse it it cast
The slow one now
Will be later past
The order is
And the first one now
Will be later last
For the times they are a-
Nancy E. Bornstein
170 Old Farm Rd.
"The name of a friend is
common, but the faith in
friendship is rare."
Tennis Team, 2, 3 Ski Club: 1, 2,
l K IJ
Beth Susan Bortman
23 Marcellus Dr.
"A smile is just a curved line
that sets things straight." l'll
never forget, all the great times
with Kevin, chicken wings,
Nights at S. H., Bubbsy Twins,
Colour my world S. C., Summer
'73, '74 - L. S., N. W., Cape Cod,
Feb. '74, T-Trio and to my
friends and parents, Thank-you.
Warren C. Bosworth, lr.
85 Erie Ave.
l'll never forget all the good
times I had at N.S.H.S., because I
never had any. My friends D. P.,
M. T. fthe kidj, C. F R. D., l.
G., s. M., N. o., o. K., R. r., K.
s., 1. H., o. s., R. o., P. r. The
corner. Weekend nights at south
parking lot. A great kid, Carl
Ionasson. Baseball, 1, 2, 3
Basketball 1, 2, 3
I don't believe it! Newton South
actually got the ball!
Edward A. Boudrot
47 Halcyon Rd.
"Life is like an artichoke... you
go through so much, and get so
little." Baseball, 1, 2,3
. ' , Qfftiffiiy'
Robin Sue Bovarnick
15 Winston Rd.
"lt doesn't matter who you love
or how you love but that you
love." Cross Country-Summer '73
Summer of '74-8729774 G.C.P.,
47, 49, 52 - LDCB. Always
remember good times with K. S.,
L. D., C. B., All the great times
with Roger. Good luck to all!
5 Longmeadow Rd.
Denebola, 1, 2,3
Sports Editor, 3
Regulus, 2, 3
Basketball, 1, 2, 3
Michael Peter Brodsky
43 Nickerson Rd.
"I'd rather die happy, then not
die at all. For a man is a fool,
who will not heed the call." l. R.
Robinson fThe Bandl from "W.
S. Walcot's medicine show."
Lawrence Erwin Brownstein
183 Hartman Rd.
"Love the one you're with"
Ah yes, the good times at
N.S.H.S. Schwarty, Nose, Head,
limbo, Late nights at Lauries'.
Cattle rustlers fHeadl, Scoop
carrying Venete into class, nose's
stere0, the nerd, after school
football, kicksave, when you
gonna be a man? Head-Fe-Fe
smackeroos, Kitty, the EPPA!
Alan E. Brand
25 Woodward St.
"To go where no man has gone
before", "Stay with us loe",
"Any day now", "My hero", The
Nationals 1974, "Read the damn
1388 Walnut St.
"Aim for a Star, and keep your
With a heartful of faith within,
Your feet on the ground, and
your eyes on the sky,
Some day you are bound to
A word has two meanings, April
1, 1974. Ralph - consider
yourself one of us!"
lules I. Brayman
105 Selwyn Rd.
"Winning isn't everything, but it
beats anything that comes in
Thanks to all my friends for
making my school years worth
something Cars and motorcycles
are the greatest! Also, a very,
very special thanks to my
Indoor Track, 1, 2, 3
Outdoor Track, 1, 2, 3, "Sick
32 Fisher Ave.
Grass is the forgiveness of
nature. Fields trampled with
battle, saturated with blood,
torn with the ruts of cannon
grown green again with grass
and carnate is forgotten. Forest
decay harvest perish flowers
vanish but grass is immortal.
29 Brewster Rd.
"If a man does not keep pace
with his companions, perhaps it
is because he hears a different
drummer. Let him step to the
music he hears, however
measured or far away"
Thanks L. S., E. S., I. D., my
parents. Good luck friends and
Put a Tic-Tac in your mouth and get a bang
out of life!
.t 1. uf,
fx-X. i ' e
8 Burnside Rd.
I have had such a good time
since I have been here! tya rightl
and l'Il never forget famous
sayings like: "Hen, do you want
to skip A Block?" "What are you
doing tonight?" and "See you
lt's Been Real!
Amy lo Cantos
15 Marla Cir.
If you're down and confused,
And you don't remember who
you're talkin to,
Concentration slip away,
Cause your baby is so far away,
Well, there's a rose in the fisted
And the eagle flies with the
And if you can't be with the one
Love the one you're with.
71 Carl St.
I will always remember the kids
at the corner and some good
times I had with R. D., D. P., I.
D., Schmids, S. M., D. K., R. T., I.
H., C, B., R. D., D. S. I will
remember one summer night
high diving with I. D., the good
and bad times with The Big Guy.
Hockey, 1, 2, 3 Golf: 2, 3
Christopher C. Capeless
19 Saxon Rd.
We are not here to slumber in
the complacency of science or
to doze in the self-righteous
apathy of dogmatists and fools.
No, we are not here to sleep, my
friend, we are here to dream . ..
Linda Madeline Camoscio
57 Metacomet Rd.
"Our greatest glory consists not
in never falling, but in rising
every time we faII."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Glennys Adele Campell
208 Collins Rd.
Memories of the following,
Merestead Field Hockey 81
Lacrosse Camp, 1, 2
Softball Team, 1, 2, 3
Field Hockey 1, 2
I've had fun at Newton South
this year. Meeting different
people and seeing a few old
friends. Thank-you to the
coaches, teachers, friends, Mon
81 Dad for helping me through
Thomas P. Cappodona
68 Erie Ave.
I leave to this school many
unsolved mysteries. Never forget
the kids from T-Ville and the
Falls. Especially S. F., P. D., I. D.,
S. C., E. S., D. E. Also, to Mr.
Hawkes, I leave one brother,
God help you.
Thomas M. Cartier
25 Nehoiden Rd.
Football-1, Hockey-1, 2, 3'
German Club-1, President 2,
S.F.F.-2, 3, Stage Crew 3, Histofy
Club-2, 35 Wargaming Society'2,
118 Upland Rd.
Never forget, Corner 1-'73,
Corner 2 all the great kids, GGR.
Hi D. A. in Fla. With a little help
from my friends M. R. and D. G.
Always remember S. F., you keep
me hangin' on. Chris and the
Cape, Summer of '74 Scott, the
Chuck Wagon, the G.P.'s, and
Peter Michael Castellanos
37 Glenwood Ave.
Soccer 3, Hockey 2, Baseball 1, 2,
What would you do? l'd blast.
Thanks and good luck to
everyone I know at South. The
preceding was paid for by the
citizens for the Mentally Insane.
Namely ME! Thanks L. P. and E.
And in the end I won, They
55 Gould Rd.
I will always remember, Good
times at "The Corner", and all
the kids at H, Free blocks,
"South", parties, the mustang,
M. I., I. W. and Swampscott,
Waban, and visitors.
Special thanks to my parents,
close friends and to D. M. - for
30 Esty Farm Rd.
250 and F. A. and Voot and Iivel
and Sharpie and N and Glick and
Grind-Grind and 510 and
Hyperec and Derilict and Sweet-
Pluck and Pyrd and Bye and
Confirm and Natch, Don't you
. 41.3- m
So this is the Newton South Pep Squad
We should be able to supply uni-
forms so we can have a marching
band and majorettes. That would
help liven up the football games.
And from there, who knows.
Albert H. Chang
55 Beethoven Ave.
The significance of man is not in
what he attains, but rather in
what he longs to attain.
40 Colombus St.
The society which scorns
excellence in plumbing because
plumbing is a humble activity,
and tolerates shoddiness in
philosophy because philosophy
is an exalted activity, will have
neither good plumbing nor good
philosophy. Neither its pipes nor
its theories will hold water.
john W. Gardner, Chairman,
Neil Roberto Chyten
15 Buff Circle
Three years of high school have
taught me one thing: some
people change, some stay the
same, but the majority do both.
Together we've been through
more than you may realize, but
the realization will come - with
time. Keep in touch always, l'Il
never forget my true friends.
f-i.-'f- jj- 'Aw
245 Waban Ave.
i is tl. f .XJ
i x'X XX X X j
lonathan I. Cohen
40 Druid Hill Rd.
"My chief ambition is, simply, to
communicate with people."
Vocational Ambitions: lournalist,
56 Rockland Pl.
Life is just a tiny leaf that has
just fallen from its mother tree
in fall. Live life to its satisfaction.
Love forever - Scott and thanks
to all my friends - C. A. - "your
in rare form today." Always
N,H.S. Nantasket '74, May Arts
1034 Chestnut St.
Thanx for the memories: Pam,
Sue, Ler, Donna, Mar, Sha,
Cutler girl room gang, Mrs.
Shaw, Mrs. Mealy, Plum Island,
G. E. 81 P. Softball, Fire Drills,
Cards, Carela Piana, Out Front,
Carol - you're blinding me, Wej
pushin', B. C., and P. M., We're
never going to get out. History
H. Pam, Susan, Cheese!!
Elise F. Cohem
48 Daniel St.
'!Soon we'll be away from here,
step on the gas and wipe that
tear away . . . "
Nothing's something and so is
Diane. Sheila, Irene, the Waban
girls, and Corner 32, it's been
fun. Thanks "Roro", Crole, l. F.
and Co, l'll never forget Billy,
Weeks, or "King Crumb", and
thanks Amy for everything.
joseph Horace Cohen III
231 Upland Ave.
Tennis 1, 2 My only regret is that
I wish I had contributed more. I
did my best, that is all. My good
friends, your initials would easily
fill this page. I shall never forget
any of you. "I seek not to know
all the answers, but to
understand the questions."
66 Solon St.
Why do something today, that
you can do tomorrow?
William Francis Connors
56 Carl St.
On my first day at Newton
South, I knocked on the door
and introduced myself with my
never failing gallantry. Now as I
prepare to close the doors
behind me, I hope it doesn't fall
off. And good-bye teachers and
127 Andrew St.
Never forget the Zone,
"Peanut," Gloria, "What's up?"
"The Attic", Pre, Mapes, Shouee,
Prof . . . Cement, City, Goodwin
Gang, Crusin' through the
"Berry." "May Arts", Paragon,
The Family, The Route, the
Square, and the Yale Bowl. with
eggs. "The Marriott Tapes",
Thanks to Apple, who corrupted
me. Hockey 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1,
Nancy Lee Cooper
39 Donna Rd.
My past three years at South
have been truly happy ones. All
the kindness shown to me, and
interest taken in me by my
family and friends is greatly
appreciated. It will never be
121 Avalon Rd.
You know that day divides the
night, night divides the day. Try
to run, try to hide, break on
through to the other side. Break
on through to the other side,
lames Douglas Morrison
11942 - 19711
39 Chester St.
I am not afraid of tomorrow for I
have seen yesterday and love
today. Summer '74, If I had a
million dollars Tomorrow's
gonna be a brighter day. Good
things come in sixes, Thanx l. E.
S., janet, Robin, Cheryl, Got an
extra rainbow? Hey little
brother, stay out of trouble.
f-I-Qs - 2
25 Oak St.
29 Dorcar Rd.
"Without love, laughter, and
tears there is no life" Never
forget: Summer of '74 with R. S.,
I. R., M. A., P. C., 1. H., L. S., H.
M. A. - good times, bad times,
arguments, C. C. with "lody" R.,
N. H. weekends. Most of all
much love and thanks to my
family and special friends -
especially S. H.
"Yes, friends are hard to come
Karen Elaine Cox
55 Elgin St.
Youth is a fast gallop over a
smooth track to the bright
harizon The time of great
expectations of others for you-to
be fulfilled at an unspecified
time called "Some day."
Ilene l, Cramer
30 Clifton Rd.
james E. Coughlin
24 Summer St.
The parties at the poor farm,
Summer of '74. School: Not
making any money here. I leave
to this school one brother.
36 Supple Rd.
Good Luck to everyone in the
Black Student Union.
2 Raeburn Terr.
Mary Beth Crowley
170 Elgin St.
"Some men see things as they
are and say why.
I dream things that never were
and say why not."
12 Lantern Lane
Cutler "Aud" Disregard what the
world owes you and concentrate
on what you owe the world.
Someone very special - Cid.
Love to a nutty bunch of friends,
and especially to my parents,
and to my favorites on the
faculty. Regulus Data and
Features, 2, Assistant to the
Editor, 3, Frivolous Fifties Dance,
Chairman, 2, Concert Choir, 1, 2,
3. I leave NSHS some school
247 Varick Rd.
"You have to laugh at the things
that hurt you just to keep
yourself in balance, just to keep
the world from driving you
plumb crazy' Never forget:
Spain '73, Library Club,
Chemistry iYich!J C. B.: You are
crazy, but it was lots of fun.
145 Elgin St.
Imported from N.Y.C. Had good
times with Cement, losh, Mapes,
Pre, Apple, Coop, Nancy, the
Yale Bowl, chucking eggs,
hitting the zone, the corner, '74,
Cruzin' jazz 22244. Basketball 3,
Outdoor Track 3
Harvey Marc Dana
C.L.S. - R.L.S. The good old
laqueline Beth Daniels
64 Longfellow Rd.
"lf a man does not make new
acquaintances as he advances
through life, he will soon find
Ifl . ..
1278 Boylston St.
Give what you have. To
someone, it may be better than
you dare think.
. . 4 f ,' A
it fn -.,,-L. f-in 5 - ,.
1.. - Y. L ,gn ' '
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And now for you, Miss Hixon!
Donna Rena De Angelis
112 Hyde St.
"However rare true love is, true
friendship is rarer."
102, unhk a drvn, Beach Boys -
'73, P. H. Crazy! G. C. Room, The
Corner, Mads, Football games, L.
S. six years, K. Q., N. H. - the
roller, N. L., C. K., I. R. Thanks
for everything. Mom and Dad, I
luv you. I leave the N.S.H,S,,
Cheerleading, Wrestling Mgr.
92 lohn St.
leffrey Louis Davidson
17 Keller Path
My feet wander north,
But my soul wants South.
My hands point to the East,
But my thoughts lay West.
So l'll curse my compass,
And I will wander,
Happily ever after.
Look high, and your feet will
never reach the ground.
P. W. I only have eight words
14 Rolling Lane
"To give life a meaning, one
must have a purpose larger than
Remember Quebec '74 - S.
Sisters O. G. and C. B. Fern -
The B's back, who's next? H. D.
- T. Summer of '74 - certain
summer nights 816774 - 47, 49,
52. The Cape - 8729174 at C. B's.
Carol its' red! The 5 g's, and
Never to be forgotten - all my
Mark Hailer Dennis
672 Chestnut St.
Laugh and be jolly when it rains,
any fool can do so when the sun
114 Stanley Rd.
"A smile takes a moment and
the memory lasts forever"
Remember New York 73-74.
Summer of '74 with L. C. "Call
on me", laugh Lesley, Everlasting
friendship with Carol, 3 years
with Lisa - T. 6718173 - S. S.,
Many special memories. Thanks
to all my friends who l'll never
4 Sevland Rd.
I leave Newton South with hope
and good fortune. I. S., P. Town
- '74. The good times with E. H.
Always love never hate. My
advice to others, stay together,
and don't get into trouble.
Tony Di Fazio
11CD Chestnut St.
Neysa Dawn Dillon
21 Callahan Path
What happens to a dream
Does it dry up like a raisin in the
sun? or does it explode?
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball
1, 25 Co-Captain 3, Volleyball 1,
25 Track 2, 35 G.A.A. 11, Secretary
12 Remember Q. U.
60 Oakmont Rd.
Robert Michael Dichter
114 Country Club Rd.
Every revolution was first a
thought in one man's mind.
Charles Francis Dippo
18 Tamarac Rd.
"A winner never quits, a quitter
never wins" Wrestling 1, 2, 3,
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3 Always
remember Alps skiing with l, F.,
B. P. IHA HAI and Fruit Bowl.
Good times with B. W., L. P., I.
F., D. F., A. F., R. M., l. B., l. R., S.
G., I. K. I'll never forget all the
corner guys and free time
hanging there. K. B. S.
Karen loan Marie Disario
298 Langley Rd.
I will always remember the years
I had with lanet, Sylvia, Armik. I
will never forget the times my
boyfriend C. I. M., came to the
school to see me. My interest is
to travel and make the best of
Hugh Iames Downing
60 Crescent Ave.
Whatever is worth doing at all is
worth doing well.
Amy Rebecca Ehrlich
48 Oxofrd Rd.
Independence? That's middle
class blasphemy. We are all
dependent on one another,
every soul of us on earth.
George Bernard Shaw
Ioseph Michael Donlan
111 Charlemont St.
Either do the job right, or don't
do it at all.
Tag S. T., K. B., I. T., B. T., B. C.,
G. M., P. T., Konji, the guys on
the football team. Neil the men
on the hockey team and all the
great coaches. V. Parties. We
beat Wayland the 10th, and
most of all Susan.
Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3
Robert D. Driscoll
13 Glenmore Terr.
Bo's, D. P., Schmids, D. K., Ted,
C. F., The Kid, P. F, I. G., D. S.
R. D., s. M., I. H., E. R., N. w., Nj
V., I. O., B. B., D. W., L. P., Beer,
The falls, Fri and Sat. nite at
South. Flat tire S. W. without a
spare, Chinka with I. G., B. B., K.
S. Never forget the corner, Cape.
Hockey 1, 2, 3
116 Dickerman Rd.
I can't forget the corner. S. M.,
C. B., D, K., R. D., I. G., D. P. 2
Schmids D. S., I. H,, I. A., N. D.,
B. C., P. C., P. F., R. T., N. W.
Rob C., E. R., Bob's, the cyc, and
Maureen A. Dwyer
61 Chester St.
Appreciate love, you never
realize how important it is until
l'll never forget: Marianne and
all our plans, Moeness Baboness,
Iuly 11, in a gto. Paul and me
over Brians and P. F. on the
rocks. Get to know yourself,
you'll understand. Thanks nur
and all of my friends.
120 Dedham St.
"Summer '74. Eppa, I. P., D. C.,
M. H., I. T,, N. K, Leo, G, G., D.
W., I. A., P. G., I. P., C. B., S. H.,
R. S., A. S., D. C., Tex, B. H.,
Turkey, Cisco Kid. "Doris the
Dart", Boss 302, "Fury Power",
"Nasoc - 3", Greg in Surf
Nantasket. Red Coach at 2:30
"A ticket a day and the car goes
Adeline Rd., Andrew St., "The
Diane Iohnna Marie Enos
19 Carthay Circle
l'll always remember Letters '72
Corner 32, South, T. Wfs, the
BIG CRASH, C. D.'s 81 WKD's
parties, r8tc - wasted, getting
gas, Auburndale, Summer '74,
the cape, WAY W? Elise, P. S., D.
L., C. S., K. and W. D., S. O., P.
R., G. S., B. D. and a lot of
people and good times there
isn't space for. "WMG", "Born
to be wild"
Elizabeth A. Falk
150 Beethoven Ave.
750 Chestnut St.
My three years at South weren't
as bad as I thought they would
be. They were worthwhile
because I met a lot of new kids,
that I can call friends. Good
Luck to all my friends I've been
lay Marc Faber
44 Peregrine Rd.
Learning without thought is
labor lost, thought without
learning is perilous.
l'll never forget B. M., R. F., Rip,
Rake and Happy. I'll always
remember the rock, the hill, the
road, the tree and all the brew
we drank on the forth '72.
Basketball 1, Golf 2, 3
lohn Michael Fallon lr.
595 Boylston St.
Alp skiing with C. D., C. C. L.,
lHAj, and fruitbowl. Take care
lim, loe, Chuck, Mark and all.
Nothings better than a
Centerville weekend. Track 2, 3,
As I stood still, ankle deep in
sand a figure became prominent
in the darkness. It was then that
my eyes were open. KBS
Humberto M. Fagundes
16 Kingman Rd.
David Michael Feinstein
131 Wayne Rd.
"When you reread a classic you
do not see more in the book
than you did before, you see
more in you than there was
Thomas M. Ferguson
134 Upland Rd.
5 Payne Rd.
If I could change anything at South? I would change
those new rules about hanging around the halls. I don't
like the cafeteria or commons rooms and would not get
caught dead in the library.
Qa"1Ff 1 . ' .
- Susan loy Fisher
110 McCarthy Rd.
24a thanks Esther
One of these days I'm going to
1' , stop my listening, going to raise
my head above it
One of these days I'm going to
raise my glistening wings and fly.
But that day will have to wait for
Baby, l'm only society's child
. lanis lan
Frederick A. Foster
40 Roosevelt Rd.
"Better is a man of humble
standings who works for himself,
than one who plays the great
man but lacks bread."
A special thanks to all my
friends and especially to I. F. and
F. F. for putting up with me so
long. Have fun next year limmy.
97 Floral St.
Had a great time in 73, 74 with
C. F., l. G., D. P., T. C., and most
of all C. C. it has been good
38 Braeland Ave.
Foot, - Firpo, Cha-Cha, Pancho,
Lory, Fern, Big-E. S., Minnow, A.
Z. A., Regional Convention 73, B.
L. C., Installations, War dances,
Aug. 74 Three Dog Nite, Softball
73 and 74 Capt. Lou,
jonathan D. Flax
32 Cate House Rd.
Kathleen Marie Foley
55 Colella Rd.
l'll never forget H. H., T. M., l.
R., and C. C. and the gang at
Sears, especially weaseu. l will
never forget the youth group
and Post 1105 of Watertown. l
leave to Newton South one
sister, mony, and good old
Andrea Beth Freed
40 Littlefield Rd.
"On ne connait que les chose
que l'on apprivoise, dit le
renard. Les hommes n'ont plus
le temps de rien connaitre. Ils
achetent des choses toutes faites
chez les marchands. Mais
comme il n'existe point de
marchands d'amis, les hommes
n'ont plus d'amis. Si tu veux un
ami, Apprivoise-moi . . . "
Antoine de Saint Exupery
17 Walnut Place
34 luniper Lane
Michael Andrew Gennert
80 Redwood Rd.
No one can draw more out of
things, books included, than he
already knows. A man has no
ears for that to which
experience has given him no
David Richard Frutkoff
24 Glen Ave.
"Soap and education aren't as
sudden as massacre but more
deadly in the long run." To all
people - think. lt helps.
And to all my associates -
146 Woodward St.
So you ride yourselves over the
fields and you make all your
animal deals and your wise men
don't know how it feels to be
thick as a brick.
lethro Tull 1972
917 Chestnut St.
I love South remembering all the
good times I had skipping
classes, getting thrown out of
school, the nights up at South,
Waban Square G.T.O., T. Bird,
442 and chevelle. Most of all my
friends D. P., C. F., M. T., S. D.,
C. B., K. S., K. S., D. K., R. T., R.
D., S. F., N. D., P. F.
All the girls and ludy.
43 Stearns St.
A little water will put out the
fire, but wait - a little wood will
keep it breathing.
Elizabeth Ellen Gilles
667 Chestnut St.
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball
1, 2, co-capt. 3, Volleyball 1, 2,
Softball 2, 3.
"I am only one,
But still I am one.
I cannot do everything,
But still I can do something,
And because I cannot do
I will not refuse to do the
something that I can do."
Edward Everett Hale
Please gang, control yourselves. The cafeteria isn't open yet!
ludith S. Glanz
30 Columbine Rd.
"lt was rather exciting."
W. T. Pooh
So on and on I go, the seconds
tick the time out, there's so
much left to know, and I'm on
the road to find out.
lf anybody wants to clap . ..
now is the time to do it.
The House at Pooh Corner
lane M. Goldman
53 Andrew St.
"Life can hold no greater
treasure than the friends whose
love we share."
l'll always remember: a great
summer in Israel '73, Florida '73
Sands Hotel. l. L. L. and friends.
Special thanks to I. D., R. B., S.
W., and nine years of a great
friendship with Elaine.
lr' --i N
Lori l. Goldman
49 Chinian Path
Gail Ann Giracca
111 Hanson Rd.
"no love, no friendship can cross
our path without affecting us in
some way forever"
Remember: the summers of '72
and '73. Thank you BS., L. W., G.
Z., G. M., B. N., B. B., I. B., and
C. W. for the experience of
having known and loved all of
you, each a little bit differently.
Debra A. Godino
11 Woodhaven Rd.
Barbara Sue Goodman
51 Marcellus Drive
"Yesterday is but a dream, and
tomorrow is only a vision, but
today well-lived makes every
yesterday a dream of happiness
and every tomorrow a vision of
With love and thanks to my
family and friends.
"I am what I am, and I have the
need to be."
134 Pond Brook Rd.
The most incomprehensible
thing about this world is that it
Thanks to my friends and
teachers and family - Arab, I. P.,
L. M., S. S., G. H., and the Dr.
Lotsa luck to you all.
And the doormouse said, "Feed
Carole Potter Grant
o Corman Rd.
Today was tomorrow, Yesterday
those who lived for the future
and deny themselves the joys of
the present are as foolish as
those who lived in the past.
As I leave Newton South I also
leave a lot of memories.
Spanish Club 2, 3
B.S.U. 2, 3
Theatre Arts 2
William Ellis Gordon Il
11 Fenwick Rd.
Open your eyes and see
The world I couldn't change for
Reach out your hands and take
The world that will belong to
I don't give a damn for my
It's just about time I let my
insides show, so here I go.
Brenda loyce Gottlieb
132 Christina St.
It takes both rain and sunshine,
to make a rainbow.
I'lI never forget: Gardner's, S.
P.'s, redheads, parties, summer
of '73, cruises, big trip, mouses,
Bagga, Laurie, Nuzzi, Heidi,
Naha, Pitts, Bette, Pitcher,
Ghoams, Needham, Sept. 21st,
number 77 and my very special
friend lodi. Cheerleading 3
Michael Stuart Grant
19 Selwyn Rd.
"You give but little when you
give of your possessions, it's
when you give of your self that
you truly give!"
Many thanks to my parents and
Michelle for making life
possible. I'll never forget great
times with M. I. F.
I don't think that this schooI's facilities are lacking. We
have everything we could possibly need.
They promised us an autoshop. Where is it?
-x 5 ,'-
Alayne Marjorie Green
15 Sheldon Rd.
There was never yet a
philosopher That could endure
the toothache patiently.
Shakespeare - Much Ado About
Nothing, Act V, Scene 1
janet Horne Gove
75 Lincoln St.
Today is the tomorrow that I
was worried about yesterday.
Summer '74. I think I found a
rainbow. It took me a dream of
a million dollars to find out what
a friend is. Good things come in
sixes. Hey big brother, we done
fayg. . 'T I,
54 High Rock Terrace
"The only way to have a friend
is to be one."
I'll never forget: the summer of
'73. All my thanks to: E. R., F. H.,
A. S., K. L., Fern - remember?
Karen's near, never fear. A. S., L.
D. - T, T. 81 T., T. S. S. strikes
again. Aim - what's happening?
Quebec '74. Special thanks - to
my sister D. G.
89 Dorset St.
87 Clifton Rd.
268 Woodcliff Rd.
" A man cannot live with others
until he learns to live with
My motto: lf at first you don't
succeed, the h-ll with it! Swim
Team, Football Manager, Ski
Club, Spanish Club, Elementary
History Project, Regulus Features
Editor. N.S.H.S. - You've seen
the last of the Groipensl Thanks
C. S. for everything!
Phillip W. Greene lr.
90 Floral St.
I won't ever forget my good
friends E. S., D. E., T. C., S. F., l.
L., K. C., R. M., D. P., M. A., P.
T., I. M., F. B., M. E. I won't
forget Osceola, the Youth
Group. I also leave to South my
little sister Liz.
Scott Douglas Groper
222 Baldpate Hill Rd.
Cutler "Grope," "Whale"
"There will be an evening in the
end, and when that time arrives,
you can rest your eyes, and
Football 1, Varsity 2, 3
Wrestling 1, Varsity 2, 3
Lacrosse Varsity 1, 2, 3
Student Government 1, 2, 3
29 Nod Hill Rd.
It is best not to swap horses
while crossing the river.
Abraham Lincoln, lune 9,1864
Vernon Phillip Grubinger
57 Fenwick Rd.
Tuesday Afternoon With Ellis
Childhood living is easy to do.
The things you wanted
I bought them for you.
You know who I am,
You know I can't let you
Slide through my hands.
Couldn't drag me away!
X X A
94 Avalon St.
Wheeler "The Greek"
lust remember love is life and
hate is living death,
Treat your life for what its worth
And live for every breath.
Looking back l've lived and
But now I'm wondering,
Here I wait and only guess,
What this next life will bring.
It went too fast! Love you.
27 Burdean Rd.
lodi B. Hackel
345 Winchester St.
"Nobody is good or bad,
everybody is good and bad."
I'll never forget: Rat, Bago-
Bones, Nana, Tonto, George,
leff, Cheryl, Laurie, Bananas,
Hunks, Ghoams, S. P.'s, Summer
of '73, Quite the . . . Good times
with D. P., and a very special
friend, Brenda. Also, love and
thanks to my family and friends.
Glenn Alan Harris
55 Chinian Path
N. P. D Post 3tIJ, President
Joanne Ruth Haimes
223 Baldpate Hill Rd.
Morning songbird, sing away,
Lend a tune to another day.
Bring your wings and choose a
Sing a song of love and truth.
We'll soon remember if you do,
When all things were tall
And our friends were small
And the world was new.
Helena Nicole Harris
20 Haynes Rd.
Some men see things as they are
and say "Why?" I dream things
that never were and say, "Why
. . I f
59 Hutchings St.
O I I U.
463 Waban Ave.
Remember: loanne, R. T., M. D.,
P. F., R. D., D. K., c. B., s. M.,
Schmids, D. P., N. D., R. C., C.
F., I. D., S. M., M. T., I. G.
22 Glazer Rd.
"Somewhere out there lie the
answers. When man finally
discovers all the answers
learning will end, and life will
serve no purpose and cease to
exist." Remember: Ace, Cash,
Pinlack, Edgar, Berd, Lloyd,
Godfrey, Smiley, loe, Street
Hockey, Grass Drills, Peabody,
Baseball 1, 2, 3
Andree Maria Hernandez
1412 Beacon St.
"Life isn't worth living if you
haven't got a friend to share it
Hope you're having fun, Lynne.
I. S., A. R., A. K., 81 C. K. -take
care and keep in touch. l'm
going to miss all of Susie's and
Paul's friends saying "Hi!" all the
Remember Paul - You're stuck!
William Edward Hilliard
88 Wiswall Rd.
I'll never forget the good times
at the corner and the boring
nights at the stores. The people
which I'll remember the most
are: Wart Hog, Tooma, Mimi, E.
M., P. C., P. M., A. M., and of
course the Parkies.
Wrestling 1, 2, 3
Baseball 1, 2, 3
Andrea S. Hassol
22 Ridge Ave.
Deep in the human unconscious
is a pervasive need for a logical
universe that matches sense. But
the real universe is always one
step beyond logic.
from Dune, by
is A I
I wonder if Nixon started out this way.
4 Hersey St.
28 Richardson Rd.
l'd like you all to meet my family!!
There are three kinds of lies:
lies, damed lies, and statistics.
45 Rowena Rd.
The time is gone, the song is
Thought I'd something more to
Wrestling 1, 2, 3
Fern lanis Holzman
37 Van Wart Path
"Without love, laughter, and
tears, there is no life."
Never forget: Quebec '74,
ASDGLD, Sisters DCLD, Bennie
and the lets, S. B., Donna -
Remember ? Lisa, SOSVBF,
the B's are back - Who's next?
Swi's, Aim - the ditch, GBOG,
16 years of friendship with I. B.,
N. Y. trips, Summer of '74 - S. K.
Lasting memories with friends.
Andrew R. Hootstein
75 Meadowbrook Rd.
L-L-Lady, Pepita, Beatrice, Gaps,
Crunts, lodi, Eduardo, "How
cold was it?" P. S., P. B. Y., on
Broadway, M. K., the track, D. S.,
R. S., C. S., R. O., S + Y. Y., B. P.,
Cuatera, catero, catodos. De
bajos, Hockey 1, 2, 3
Scott Aurthur Hopkinson
27 Williams Rd.
"Teach me the art of
remembering, but not the art of
forgetting." Special thanks to K.
E. and D. K. "9.25 and a dozen
eggs." "Hi" to everyone at
Gilroyfs stairs. "Hi" to K. L., S.
M., A. D., C. D., K. C., "C" Hock
with K. E., "D" with C. A.
thanks, Mom and Dad, for
Beth Ann Howard
55 Myerson Lane
People hand in hand
Have I lived to see the milk and
Where hate's a dream and love
Or is this a vision in my mind?
TO Ruane Rd.
"To love is not to live for
oneself but to help one
Never forget: Summer of '74
with RSPCMAIHLMASC and l. R.
Good times bad times,
arguments. C. C. - ludy R., N. H.
Weekends. Love, luck and
thanks to my family and friends
- especially S. C. Thank you M.
H. and R. H. Friends are hard to
Elaine Nancy Hurwitz
119 Brandeis Rd.
"There is nothing so reassuring
as a friend's understanding,
nothing so understanding as a
l'll never forget: Good times
with S. W., R. B., E. G., and M. K.
Nine years of a special
friendship with Gingie. l. L. L., B.
B. G. Tracking down Salvator,
Sarana Wrap. Never a dull
moment. Richard - all my love
Marcia Ellen lackson
25 Appleton Circle
. X ,,
'A S- .. r..'f,
30 Longfellow Rd.
Never forget: Two special
friends D. D. and L. S.
Unhooked a D. I. Florida '74-'75.
Football games and motorcades.
S. O. '74, Rowdy and dull nights,
but we made it. 8!9!74. "Then
came you." All my love to Bruce.
Many thanks to Mom and Dad,
and to my friends for the great
memories which they have given
Mark Robert Israel
14 Old Orchard Rd.
"Thinking is but an idle waste of
thought, and nought is
everything, and everything is
Horace and james Smith
Meghan W. Hurley
34 Wilde Rd.
"May sunlight shine on you and
warm your heart 'till it glows
like a great fire, so that a
stranger may warm himself at
Stub, Dill, Siobhan, Gill, Garc, D.
L., Good luck! Fenway bleachers,
"What's that sound?" Football
games, Parties . .. I sure am ale-
ing! L. C. R . .. Field Hockey,
Eric Scott lssner
472 Dudley Rd.
Tennis, Table Tennis Club,
Volleyball. I have had the best
three years here at Newton
South. I wish all my class mates
farewell and good luck in their
long and happy lives. To my
special friends S. K., R. R., and to
my teachers Mr. Sherman, Mr.
Connelly, and Dr. Freimarck.
Mari Ann laniak
37 Hale St.
"No love, no friendship can ever
cross our path without affecting
us in some way forever."
Dream on, Tuesday afternoons,
Party '73 New Year's Eve - Fun
Fun! The beach, good times with
KTHRK Summer of '74, 6f24!74
star gazing,walksand bunnycoats.
199 Herrick Rd.
"We do not remember days, we
Will always remember: Ocean
Park, Outinger's, Maine,
Rockport, West Virginia, Bricket
Place, Senior Skip '73, The Rock,
L. Hall, Sledding, Dunes,
Wrestling, R. T., B. T., R. H., D.
s., A. D., R. r., s. B., 1. B., B s., x.
z., D. D., i. c., P. R., D. D. D., c.
H., G. E., G. M., K. C., etc, but
especially my true love R. D. T.
Anthony M. Kalicki
26 Linden St.
Theatre Management 1, 2, 3
"Now old friends are acting
They shake their heads, they say
Somethings lost but somethings
In living day to day."
Prospect Hill April 1st, '74, A. N.
G., A. l. S., Good luck T. D.,
Thanks I. L., I. S., D. P., A. D.
75 Great Meadow Rd.
"You never realize your father is
right until you have a son who
thinks you're wrong." Karen and
K. B. S.
54 Waban Ave,
V. B: R. R. - Consider this
fruitful concept: A little
inaccuracy sometimes saves tons
To 313, Superfan - Keep in
touch Ms. D. - Don't forget our
'baker's dozen.' And finally, 4112
to O. C. - Square your corners.
Gary Scott Kadet
40 Spiers Rd.
Hlllegitemi non carberundum
South: Optimism is the madness
of maintaining that everything is
right when it is wrong.
Gary Scott Kaplan
77 Oakdale Rd.
"He is a wise man who does not
grieve for the things he has not,
but rejoices for those which he
"The future belongs to those
who love, not to those who
26 Parker St.
Omnia mutantur, omnia fluunt,
quod fuimus aut sumus, cras non
168 Cynthia Rd.
Thanks to l. S.
69 Winston Rd.
"Life's greatest achievement is
the continual remaking of
yourself so that at last you know
how to live."
155 Woodward St,
It was a boring three years at
South and I didn't think it was
Corner 1, R, D., R. T., B. O. S.,
Schmids, G. F., I. G., M. T., D. P.,
D. S., D. S., I. M., l. D., T. M., R.
D., Drisc, Rocky, and the rest of
the gang. Easy lack.
Aw come onl l bet you say that to all the girls!
I7 Hillside Rd.
"To dream of the person you
wish to be is to waste the
person you are."
Cheryl F. Kates
77 Heatherland Rd.
"Do what you can and get away
Great memories: Summers of '73
and '74, Cruisin', D. L., D. P.,
Nantasket - D. D., C. M., R. Y.,
Don. The Corner - I. A., D. D.,
P, H., L. s., N. L., K. Q., s. L., B.
G., D. c., T. w., B. B., N. K., Best
time 917174 N. S., lodi, G. G. R.,
V-Parties, Vets - L. H., B. O.
Amy Ellen Kaufman
68 Cynthia Rd.
One may walk over the highest
mountain - one step at a time.
P, A. summer '73 and Europe
summer '74, Math Team 1,
Captain 2, 3, Debating Society 1,
French Club, Reflections,
Denebolag Red Cross, "Reaching
Out" Editor 2, 35 Good times and
good friends 1, 2, 3.
Wayne E. Kaufman
6 Brewster Rd.
"I can't wait for 2:35I" "l'm
E. K. - Remember when we
bowled a 60 with E. B. and B.
W.? l'll never forget the great
times I had with F. A., C. B., S.
C., A. D., D. R., M. V., and M.
W.! Thanks to Mr. A!!
Spanish Club 1, 2, President 3
Music Club 2, Vice-President 3
21 Great Meadow Rd.
"I desire no future that will
break the ties of the past."
I: If a
20 Levbert Rd.
Music is the melody whose text
is the world.
29 Marla Circle
If you will it, it is no dream.
I plan to spend one year abroad
and return to
Young Iudaea, Lou
Steve, Elliot, Lev,
Roz, David, Steve,
Debbie, Aug. 20th
Ann, T. Y., Sidney
Debbie, Steve, Sharona, Susie
16 Richardson Rd.
I'll always remember what dear
ole South did for me. But then
again, I have a bad memory and
I may forgive it one of these
166 Neshobe Rd.
To cultivate kindness is a
valuable part of the business of
S.M. - Cheer up, the worst is
yet to come.
-. 1 -l ik
160 Allen Ave.
Santought S. Keshishian
12 Circuit Ave,
Some people see things as they
are and say "Why?" I dream of
things that never were and say
..f..-Sl.- !-- A f-
SAT scores should not play such an important role in
college admission . . . But it would give me great satisfac-
tion if the computer made a mistake in my favor.
660 Sawmill Brook Pkwy.
A. Y. S., M. I., to the Eppa, Mrs.
C., the Park lives forever. Special
thanks to Elio, Steve, Mike, and
all the other T. P. P.
NMS. ,I faq
if T rf ,,.- - ,!d,:f
. -ff. ' " 63- ......,. .5
in . lil
Mayumi A. Knudsen
43 Halcyon Rd.
"As I walk down the dark and
Every step becomes more radiant
155 Hartman Rd.
We are always looking for the
future, the present does not
satisfy us. Our ideal, whatever it
may be, lies further on.
Ezar Hall Gillett
Frank D. Kornegay
55 South Charlame Terrace
Cynthia Elizabeth Kougeas
50 Beecher Place
"Memories may be beautiful,
and yet . . .
What's too painful to remember,
We simple chose to forget.
So it's the laughter we will
Whenever we remember, the
way we were. . . "
Aud - These three years
wouldn't have been the same
Bonnie Lyn Koocher
58 Theodore Rd.
"The important thing is to take
all this quietly."
Eleeese, H-Lists, Installment
Central, No girls, you cannot
burn candles in your rroooms, E.
C. A.'s, Veggie swimming, We're
the only normal ones, Don't I
have enough aggravation . . . ?
Lynne Pamela Korelitz
136 Beethoven Ave.
Field Hockey - three years,
Softball, Basketball, Thanx for
the chance. Good luck seniors -
have a good year - hope to see
most of you in the future.
Remember - don't keep the
faith - spread it around. Today
goes so readily.
24 Deborah Rd.
You have two choices in your
life: you can dissolve in to the
mainstream, or you can be
distinct. To be distinct, you must
be different. To be different,
you must strive to be what no
one else but you can be...
Alan Ashley Pitt
Marjorie Ellen Kritzman
786 Chestnut St.
Deborah Ann Lane
215 Waban Ave.
Getting FUBAR, N. c.
playground, Beach Boys '72, the
night crash crashed crazy crashes
car. Auburndale D. M., Riverside,
good times. K. W. D. + C. D.'s
party. South parking lot. Cape
'74, the corner. 877774. New
Year's '74, Barcardi's forever. W.
M. G. Good times with special
friends. K. C. Born to be wild.
1875 Beacon St.
Goodwin "Mike," "Laff"
Soccer 1, 2 Captain 3, Lacrosse 1
If a picture paints a thousand
Then why can't I paint you?
The words would never show
The you I've come to know.
Remember always: Erasers with
M. V., Mt. Ida Boiler Room,
Uncle Marc, Brownie, Silva, Ira,
Pre, Schwartzie, Fred, Mike,
Schuie, and lames. Thanks, Alan
15 Deborah Rd.
9th and 10th R. H. S., Israel '72,
Nantasket: the Apts., Kenberma,
cruisin' in the 4-4-2 with D. C.,
looking for: D. C., P. C., M. W.,
M. S., P. S., the best weekend
8!17f74, "Z's!" hitting Boston
with: R. S., P. L., I. B., D. C., and
me. Ricky, 11!3l73, doubling
with B. H. + M. G., P. S. + I. G.,
G. M. + I. S.
13 Abbott St.
"Partir c'est toujours mourir un
lt's, really hard to say good-bye
after this wonderful year. I can
only say "Thank you very much"
to my family, and to the
teachers and students here at
Newton South. I hope I will
meet all of you again, either
here or in Switzerland.
"Why didn't they tell me I went the wrong
Doing easily what others find difficult
is talent, doing what is impossible for
talent is genius.
Nancy Sue Lapin
272 Winchester St.
"ln the noisy confusion of life,
keep peace in your soul. With
all its shame, drudgery and
broken dreams, it is still a
beautiful world. Be cheerful,
strive to be happy."
Nancy Ellen Larson
107 Floral St.
"Grow up, grow away, but deep
inside, keep yesterday."
Always remember: 16, Egor, Oct.
21,1973,I. C., you devil, A. M . ..
2? parties, corner, Christmas '73,
snowballs, snowflake, CRGC too
many times, 2!17!74, BUDDIES,
Kev babe, Suke + lolo, Oakie,
Waldo, Mom, Dad + the Gang
David H. Lasson
198 NN oodcliff Rd.
How stupiditv and vsretchedness
aiu ass go in pairs!
L. v. Beethoven
O Freunde, night diese tone?
Sondern lasst uns angenehmaere
L. v. Beethoven
Aw kiss 'im, Ellen?
"I wonder if there is no-fault insurance on rear-
Steven R. LeBlanc
9 Roland St.
"Our worst enemies are often
the friends we once talked to as
onlx a friend should."
I'll never forgeti the corner. D.
Nl., T. H., E. N1., P. T., C. Nl., P.
C., l. D., Big Cuv, and Coach
Baseball 1, 2, 3
leffrey D. Lawson
19 Duxbury Rd.
Football and the men, Lifting
and the studs, Lacrosse and the
guys, B. R., G, T., K. H., R. T., I.
D., L. H., P. H,, R. G., P. T., C,
M., A. M., P. M.. L. S., P. N., S.
C., I, R., M, A., H. P., C. M., C.
R., Summer '74, "Zazoo's," Tiki
Bowls, V. Parties, L. Parties, and
always C. C. + I. A, Later South.
35 Haynes Rd.
To all the teachers that taught
me something and made these
three years meaningful.
Robert Forrest Lent
16T Warren St.
Ntindblower - Three beautiful
vears here and gone? Double
meanings. sarcasm, and dirt!
Vl. here and how will it all end?
Hev Peter - Check it out!
VN here do you get off? Summer
'7-1. Thanks to: Peter, losh, Killer,
-X. R., R. VM, Nl. K., S. P., APPLE,
COOP, and most of all, Ellen.
Basketball 1, 2, 3
Lacrosse 1, 2 Captain 3
119 Oak Hill St.
Live for today
For vesterdav is only a vision
And tomorrow is only a dream.
I made it Mike, Donna, wanna
double, logging with Cocaine,
three musketeers, Sue, let's see
Canada, lovce Qthe Beefl F. D.,
l'm a woman, full moon, my
family, Cousin Sheryl, Bam, Cape
Cod, and McGill, my favorite.
61 Druid Hill Rd,
All that we see or seem to is but
a dream within a dream,
13 Winter St.
jonathan P. Levin
32 Paul St.
115 Pine Ridge Rd.
"This is the beginning of the
end. I feel as though I am
climbing a mountain of life and
have reached a false summit.
The years here are over, yet I
certainly have not reached the
summit of my existence."
Roberta loan London
717 Boylston St.
"Nothing changes more
constantly than the past, for the
past that influences our lives
does not consist of what actually
happened, but of what men
"Time cools, time clarifies, no
mood can be maintained quite
unaltered through the course of
Wendy B. Levin
5 Halcyon Rd.
"No Mark, that's not proper English."
I forgot my library card
85 Spiers Rd.
Ping Pong Club "I don't want to
Sharon, remember all the good
Special thanks to two great
teachers - Mrs. Chivers and Mr.
Roberts. Hi to B. L. and I. C.
l'II sneak in
39 Wayne Rd.
Our moments of inspiration are
not lost though we have no
particular poem to show for
them, for those experiences
have left an indelible
impression, and we are ever
anon reminded of them.
Henry David Thoreau
Smile and be happy,
For what is life but to live
And what is living without a
Iohn Michaei Lynch
I9 Elliot St.
Glad to leave this school. T. C.,
P. D.. M. M., G. M., E. S., D. E., I.
M., G. X., and all of my friends.
Sharon Ann MacNair
30 Stein Circle
Remember the gang in Cutler
Commons last year. I'll never
forget N. D. and the plans we
never had. Good luck. Thanks
for all the good times K. L. And
Bebe. Remember horseback
riding, the pool, the monkey,
our many boyfriends, sec.,
Saturday nights and the Quebec
421 Waban Ave.
Tennis, Captain 2
Gymnastics, Captain 3
"What is essential is invisible to
the eyes, it is only with the heart
that one can see rightly."
Twin Nancy, Oh Bill Chip, 3
pancakes, headlights, Oct. 12th,
Mikey eats everything, Michael,
"I love you more today than
yesterday, but not as much as
George Winston Malcolm
30 Fenwick Rd.
528 Colombus Ave.
If I went away from me how
unhappy I would be.
Tubby the Tuba
Deborah Ioan Macchi
52 Roundwood Rd.
Student Faculty Forum
Interests - Skiing, Needlework,
"What I do today is very
important because I am trading a
day in my life for it . .. I want it
to be gain, not loss . .. In order
that I should never forget the
price I paid for it."
George M. Malkasian
46 Wetherell St.
Sue A. Mandell
287 Spiers Rd.
Two monks were arguing about
a flag. One said:
"The flag is moving."
The other said:
"The wind is moving."
The sixth patriarch happened to
be passing by. He told them:
"Not the wind, not the flag,
mind is moving."
993 Walnut St.
Wheeler "Smiley, lr."
If any of you lack wisdom let
him ask of God, that giveth to
all men liberally and upbraideth
not, and it shall be given unto
P. G. P.
Remember Theater Arts, Ladies
first! "Did you bump my
Chevy?" "No, I bumped my
Cadillac!" A. L. B. will never
know! Peace always.
62 Waban Ave.
The greatest happiness of life is
being loved for yourself, or,
more correctly, being loved in
spite of yourself.
Swim Team 2, 3
Wrestling Manager 2, 3
121 Dorset Rd.
Eli M. Marcus
22 Irvington St.
Remember me - as
photographer, folksinger, comic,
and critic. "Learn from the
mistakes of others - you can't
live long enough to make them
"Take it easy - but take it!"
Life - a short game with no
ALL IS RELATIVE BUT NOT
Steven L. Marcus
40 Miller Rd.
Peter Louis Maples
624 Beacon St.
Football 1, 2, 3
Wrestling 1, 2, 3 Captain
Track 1, 2, 3
Thanks to all the filth
that's made me sojourn here
bearable . ..
"Let the world pass in its
timeridden race, never get
caught in its snare.
Remember, the only acceptable
For being in any particular place,
ls having no business there."
Felisa S. Martin
33 Hickory Cliff Rd.
The secret of happiness and
prosperity in this world, as in the
world to come, lies in thinking
of the welfare of others first,
and not taking one's self too
Paul I. McCarthy
23 Glenwood Ave.
South was alot of rushes, alot of
funny things happened while I
was there. Graphic Arts was alot
happening with M. A. and l. B.
But most of all I liked when Neil
and I made out on some tooten
on some And the good ole
card games. Where I always
made. Thank you.
"Heyl Come back here with my homework!"
Elizabeth Anne McDonough
ZCD Upland Ave.
The thing I call living is being
satisfied, knowing I got no one
left to blame.
Good times with Sue, Ioan,
Nancy, Amy, Ruth, Moe. 5 years,
lack? Thanks, mom, dad, nana,
for teaching me the important
things. To Kevin - a special
thank you - I've enjoyed every
Thomas M. McMahon
3 Moreland Ave.
Siobhan Mary McNally
32 Hyde St.
True humanity is no inherent
right, but an achievement.
Diana-wait 'til next New Year's
Eve, Denise-"Esta", Meg-"I'm
sorry, you're h- -," Lisa, Willie
Whistle, Beth, lay, run rabbit
run, potential 4117.
Mark Richard McElroy
1144 Chestnut St.
Always remember Diane,
Sharron, Rudy, Moron, Debbie,
Brenda, and most of all,
Rosemary. Never forget the Falls,
the cafe, the Hills, the parking
lot, and lit the bake. I leave to
the school the zig-zag man.
23 Glenwood Ave
"We all know it's better
That yesterday has passed,
Now let's all start living
For one that's going to last."
Never forget: Bobbie, Joanne
and lighter, Allman Bros.,
Quebec, Marshfield and Mark,
M. P. S., Iuly 4, Gold Rush, Elise!
Ioyce, Waban kids, cookies,
parties beside library, NYED at
PP, Thanks, Sully.
38 Stearns St.
"I would if I could but I can'l so
Never forget V. P.'s, lock corner,
L. P., B. W., P, C, C. D., Hey
Toma, Sugar, Spider, Bus to R. I.,
50's Dance, Shellshocked at L. S.,
Soccer vs. L. S. Elton concert, L.
G., T. C., I leave Greg and Earl.
Soccer 2, Captain 3
Lacrosse 1, 2 Captain 3
182 Beethoven Ave.
Baseball 1, 2
ludith Adela Melin
54 Nickerson Rd.
If you have built castles in the
air... that is where they should
be. Now put the foundations
To everyone who helped me
start those foundations, thanks
so very much.
Denebola Co-Editor-in-Chief, 3
NEW Science Dept. Head, 3 J? JN ' 1 FRIDAY!!!
PTSA 1, 2, 3 lFK, QSR, HC,
11 Caldon Path
Cynthia Ann Mervis Edward Miller
11 Nod Hill Rd. 45 Harwich Rd.
Wheeler "Cindy" Goodwin
"ln my heart I will always remember: judy Mist-,ara
ls the seed of the tree Warthog, Willie, Tooma, K. Q., 37 Radcliff Rd,
Which will be me. ' Blasta, Minnie, and all the others Cutler
Nourished by understanding who made the last three years so Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear,
Warmed by friends much fun. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair,
Fed by loved ones Lacrosse 1, 2, 3 Fuzzy Wuzzy Wuzzem fuzz
Matured by wisdom
Tempered by tears."
Gregory P. Moan
69 McCarthy Rd.
I'll always remember the guys, V.
Parties, one special movie and
most of all, Karen. I owe alot to
A, K. and G. W.
Football 1, 2, Captain 3
Wrestling 1, 2, 3
Baseball 1, 2, 3
Deborah lane Monosson
85 Baldpate Hill Rd.
There are places I'll remember
All my life, though some have
Some forever, not for better,
Some have gone, and some
"Got to move, got to travel,
walk away by Blues."
q . f
14 Summer St.
I'm glad to get out of this place.
R. L., M. M., l. L.,
52 Crescent Ave.
all gold that is gold may not
and glittering gold may not be
I have no reason to be bitter
because I have become what I
chose to be.
P, S. Please don't ask me what
I'm talking about
Wrestling, Lacrosse, Football
PS, Meet you all in New
lersey, New York
lulie Ann Murray
25 Walter St.
Always do right. This will gratify
some people and astonish the
Sew Liz. When do we order our
habits stub? I knew we'd do it
M, E., F. F., and S. K., Jokes?
Sprechen Sie Deutsch, Cheryl?
The Blimpmobile vs. Weston, CC
What? See ya Nuz!
1623 Centre St.
"It matters not what you are
thought to be, but what you
I'll never forget the times I had
with George, Mick, Steve, Rick,
Hobo, Cos, Cool Bob, Hack,
Nancy, Lisa, Rat, Laurie, and of
course Chris. I leave the youth
with much luck and success
with adults in the future.
Edward L. Morrison, lr.
59 Whiting St,
played basketball, wish to
continue my education and an
interested in computers and
"We enjoyed the things we
could and hated the things we
ludith Ann Nass
14 Monitoba Rd.
Winchester '74, Sausage, tennise
avec Da, Diets, How did you do
on your finals? What does
castrate mean? first day at South,
lake rats, mini bike mama, I'm
serious! Tch . , .the corner,
I have never let my schooling
interfere with my education.
Thank Cod it's almost over
.,,, , 7 .,
Peter lra Nathanson
24 lane Rd.
Oh wow! We were damned
close, "cartoons" Matoaka ad
growing up, what a long road.
To Martha, the other half of me,
"l'm a junkie for you, babe."
Late nights with Ed and Mark.
Ha! Nobody knows. Clyde. Cross
country with Mark, dig it. Capt.
of Wrestling '75, My parents.
Susan L. Osborn
984 Chestnut St.
Memories and thanks to: Pam
and Buffy, G. E. + P, the wall,
softball, the Cape, Cutler CR,
WMC the haunted house, youth
group, out front, the corner,
south's parking lot, Pam, Buffy,
Cheese, all the good times with
45 Andrew St.
"A Perfect Day"
"You have not lived a perfect day,
even though you have earned
your money, unless you have
done something for someone
who will never be able to repay
A. S. G A KICK. Popcorn and
Licorice Thanks Mom, Dad, and
Gail Christina Nuzzi
380 Boylston St.
If you love something, set it
If it comes back to you, it's
If it doesn't, it never was.
Thanks Mimi, Fitzy, Moe, whom
I have corrupted and who has
corrupted me! Summer '74,
crazy Larry, Fall '75, Cheering!!
Rat, Bev, K. Q., Pitts, Moose, M.
M., l. M., Stubby. N. S. Parking
Lot, V, Parties, Dunks. Mom and
Dad - Thanks
Peter Harris Okun
563 Sawmill Brook Pkwy.
Hello to all, thanks to all my
teachers, and particularly to all
ludith Lynne Oshry
16 Sharpe Rd.
"Friendship is just a tiny word,
It's the people who make it
big." Beth, you're 16. Feb. Vac.,
Nancy B. Block, Chicken wings,
Colour my World, Prom "74" -
D. W., Fireworks, What? W. A.
Y, S. F. A. U.? Cape, '74, Sharing
with l. P.
Thanks to a special group of
friends, and to someone extra
special - David.
64 Harwich Rd.
Soccer Team 1, 2
Wrestling Team 1, Varsity 2,3
Lacrosse Team 1, Varsity 2, 3
Dieting Club 2, 3
l'lI always remember: L. G., I.
Rat and Gaps, and A. K.
Barry Neal Ostrer
56 Gould Rd.
"God grant us the
accept the things
change, courage to
things we can, and
know the difference." Thanks to
all, and good luck.
lay Aaron Palmer
44 Maplewood Avenue
"The bad dreams will end as
soon as we stop being
frightened of each other."
The Shop on Main Street
He who feels that his own life
or that of his fellow-beings is
senseless is not only unhappy,
but hardly capable of living.
Insanity 1, 2, 3 Thanks and Good
Luck to everyone.
With the food shortage the way it is,
hair is the only protein l can get!
Louis loseph Paglia
141 Cypress St.
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Faculty Award 1
David A. Panella
34 Larchmont Ave
Never forget 6204 sophomore
year, the only man at N.S.l-l.
who knows what's going on '-
Doc. Friends: M. T., C. F., I. G., '5.
M., K. S., R. D., C, B., D. K., R. T.,
l. H., P. F., A. D., S. F., "Turkey
McBride." l leave South what
South gave me - "nothing"
Corner 32, Mol Denise.
Andrew E. Peake
70 Collins Rd.
Susan Ellen Perlmutter
11 Mildred Rd.
"He gain'd from Heav'n lt'was
all he wish'dl a friend. "
True friends are unique - thank
you all, you know who you are
...Special love to: I. T., L. M., D,
M., E. K., B. W., F. A. All to my
parents, teachers of the
important things. "now that
Mussolini is dead, the devil at
last has a straightmanf'
Lois A. Pierce
292 LaGrange St.
Whoever you are there's some
younger person who thinks
you're perfect. There's work that
will never be done. There's
someone who would miss you if
you were gone. There's a reason
for becoming better than you
are. There's a place to be filled
that you alone can fill.
7 Larkspur Rd.
"If the truth is found to be lies,
then all the joy within you dies."
Good luck to: G. H., K. G., S. S.,
L. M., T. K. 81 N. C. And a special
thanks for fabulous times to
Stuart Vreeland Perry
25 O'rourke Path
Representative for Black Student
Union 11, 12, Varsity Track 11,
12, Theatre Arts
"l shun no hardship, fear no foe,
The future calls and I must go:
I charge the line and dare the
As I go fighting down the years."
To B. S. U.: "Y'aII do your do and
Debra Sheryl Pilavin
47 Nardell Rd.
Your own special hopes . .. your
own special dreams Bloom on
the hillside And shine in the
streams. If you try, you'll find
where the sky meets the sea.
15 Longmeadow Rd.
Hold fast to dreams for if
Life is a broken winged bird that
Hold fast to dreams for when
Life is a barren field frozen with
Some things I'll never forget:
Scrabble, a kick, Popcorn,
Banana, Dark or light, Sunday
Calls, Quebec '74, Nefty
Howard Lloyd Pinderhughes
70 Brookledge St.
Doctor I. Roscoe, D. l. Captain
Basketball, Let's go to Roscoe's
Pungent wars Podiums
D. I., R. B., R. H., I. M., G.
W., P. T. in the V. W lell-o
... Look at him trying to be bad
...laws .K. C . . . This is no time
for a shower Travelin' with
Mark and Pete.
' '... The world is a Ghetto"
976 Beacon St.
"The songs they were playing I
never will forget."
Quebec '74-Rm, 318, B. C.
Hockey games and good times
there, On a scale of 1 to 10 . . . ,
308, Mack the Knife, Summer
'74, 3S's, dances, concerts, Red
Sox games, Say Hey Dorik,
Padiddles, drive-ins, Paul.
Cheerleading Captain, 3.
"The Theatre Arts Dept. is great.
The Music Dept. is O.K.
The Math Dept. stinks."
' "' '+-'
james Charles Polan
119 Dedham St,
"Being myselfg an Individual
with distinct Ideas and Goals, in
a world that is doing its best to
make me everyone else, is the
hardest battle I'll ever have to
Concert Band 1, 2, 3
AFS. 2, 3
Milk and Honey 2
lane Ellen Pritzker
557 Sawmill Brook Pkwy.
"Perhaps l'll see you the nest
quiet place I furl my sails."
l'll never forget: summer '74, the
Cape, S. Sfs alarm, chuchies, Lori
- your pantsl, memories from B
81 R, rap sessions, handcuffs,
sharing-l. O., A. R. - It's a long
story, my two alter egos, three
years shared with very special
B5 Pond Brook Rd.
Good times, Bad times,
Lord, I've had my share,
And still I look to find a
Reason to Believe.
French Club 10, 11
Russian Club 11
Remember: Sharing lockers,
cruisin', Parkies, hours of time
on the telephone line, B. C., H.
C., summers, concerts, the caf,
the door Keep on keepin'
25 Hyde St.
Morning air! If men will not
drink of this at the fountainhead
of the day, then we must bottle
up some and sell it in the shops,
for the benefit of those who
have lost their ticket to morning
time in the world.
63 Audubon Dr.
Audio Visual 10, 11 co-student
head 12, Head Student Athletic
Trainer 11, 12, Regulus
Photography Staff 12, Hockey
Trainer 11, 12, Football Trainer
11, 12, Soccer Trainer 12
See you around M. G. M. and P.
P. May the football team have
permanent tape cuts. May
homework become obsolete
105 Langley Rd.
The world can be saved by the
educated mind, if the educated
Remember dragging Netti
into French New Haven
Mohammad Applestein the
Route the Zone Coop,
Silver, Netti, Laff, Brownie,
Whitey, Schwartzie, Kitty,
Kicksave, Whut, Ira . .. the Duck
and cash line Mapes, Rob,
and city the Goodwin
women . . . Baskies
Karen Ann Quinn
102 Nehoiden Rd.
"Fame is a vapor, popularity an
accident, riches take wings. Only
one thing endures - character.
N. H. very happy times. Q. B. U.
"nothing good is gonna last
forever." Egor 10121173 tall in
one night?l Buddies, A certain
wrestling match - Greg it was
the moccasins, thanks to my
parents and family. It's been real
... Cheering 3
58 Bow Rd.
Debra Fay Rittner
37 Maplewood Ave.
132 Wayne Rd.
"It is not how long, but how
well we live."
Soccer 11, Varsity 12 K.B.S.
Lacrosse Varsity 11, 12
104 Beethoven Ave.
Too many feelings,
Not enough words.
Too many memories,
Not enough space.
Thanks to my parents and
"You think l look funny now, you should see my face without my
hand covering itll"
fflends' M- A- T- ' miss YOU! The sophomores get smaller every year.
Love to C. H.
Robert C. Robinson
441 Walnut Ave.
iz. A CQ -
ludith Ann Rollins
18 Beaconwood Rd.
Goodwin "ludy, lutes"
Let today embrace the past with
rememberance and the future
Der Stille piinkt des verrucktes
Welt. Durche alle zeit aber
L. S. B.
Love and thanks to my dear
family and friends. Special
thanks to A. A. for caring.
19 Holly Rd.
Remember: Getting alot out of
" According to the laws of
aerodynamics it is impossible for
a bee to fly. This is because the
bee's body is too heavy for his
wing surface and lifting power.
But the bee does not understand
the laws of aerodynamics, so he
Robin Sue Rosenburg
80 Rowena Rd,
Be yourself: No one can tell you
you're doing it wrong.
lames Leo Herlihy
I'll always remember Cutler
Door and the gang. All the good
times in school and out. The
summer of '74 and keeping close
friends as close as always.
Stuart Bruce Rothman
60 Dwhinda Rd.
Tennis Team member, Instructor
in Newton's Environmental
Science Program, Faculty Award
Recipient. "When you know a
thing, to hold that you know it,
and when you do not know a
thing, to allow that you do not
know it -that is knowledge."
280 Hartman Rd.
"Live every moment and cherish
every friend - all too soon the
realities become memories - all
too soon all you have left are
Always remember: The wall and
all it symbolizes. The E.E.E.'s in
my life, the corner and South, S.
81 S., parties, Quebec.
Thanks to my very special
friends and family.
20 Sagamore Rd.
Debating Club 1
Social Studies Representative,
Curriculum Review Board 1
Student Faculty Forum 2, 3
Enrichment Program 3
Happiness is graduating
75 Cross Hill Rd.
Amy Rachel Rosenthal
65 Deborah Rd.
Be happy with what you have
and are, be generous with both,
and you won't have to hunt for
Anne Leslie Rosser
260 Woodward St.
"Two persons cannot long be
friends if they cannot forgive
each other's little failings."
Wallex. I'll never forget: I. S., E.
S., D. R., E. G., and Chief.
Workstudy 2, 3
Stuart l. Rothman
83 Meadowbrook Rd.
Cross Country 10, 11, 12
Gymnastics 11, 12
Spring Track 11
Elderly Project 10, 11, 12
A long life may not be good
enough, but a good life is long
136 Cynthia Rd.
O-Wow, Mark and Nate we
came pretty close. Summer '74,
Canada with 1. W., workin' at
A.A.A., three years of Spanish -
what a joke. Friday afternons
with a six. And alot of tooling in
my own verti. Wrestling 1, 2, 3
33 Cragmore Rd.
My fine Dart, Snatch
snowstorm, Clyde is no match
for D. I. A ln the lot with
Beanos, Millers, B. P., M. F., M.
M., Breakfast with H. D., B. W.,
Mornings with T. F., Many fine
times at Mary Ann's.
29 Manchester Rd.
Betsy and all the good times,
Crystal Lake, Martha's Vineyard,
Goodwin GirI's room, We are
the only normal ones. C. W., D.
G., C. K., C. C., M. R., Hi D. A. in
Fla., swim team, If you have nine
sons in a row, baseball teams
make money you know. R. L.
W., l. A., K. K.
891 Elwyn Rd.
"Yesterday is but today's
memory and tomorrow is today's
dream. But if in your thought
you must measure time into
seasons, let each season encircle
all the other seasons. And let
today embrace the past with
remembrance and the future
Basketball 10,11, 12
-+ -- - N- -
Carolyn G. Rubin
7 Radcliff Rd.
Dream on . . .
Dream until your
Dreams come true
"On n'est jamais si heureux ni si
malheureux qu'on s'imagine."
30 Bontempo Rd.
W. I. T. A., Big Bird. The Park-
Buzz. ln Cog. '31. High on Life.
To The Pahs. Yes. W. I. T. A.?
Oren D. Rudavsky
17 Upland Rd.
There's only one way to say it,
folks: "It's been real!"
Martha lane Sack
25 Burnside Rd.
This above all: to thine own self
96 Adeline Rd.
Philip l. Sagon
220 Greenwood St.
Student Faculty Forum 11, 12,
Community Service Project to
Aid the Elderly 11, 12, Foreign
Language Honor Society
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"lust call me Flipper."
Kenneth Robert Schmidlein
37 Holly Rd.
The Corner - D, P. - Chan -
Drisc. -Ted.-I. H. - P, F.-1.
C. - T, S. and The Girls. Hanging
in N.S,H. parking lot and Bob's
locker L-190, trapped by Drisc,
saved by D. K., Hockey, Baseball.
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David Mitchell Satter
3111 Dedham St.
"Reach for the highest, Strive for
the best, Live day by day, And to
God leave the rest."
Ira W., Larry B., limmy S., Marc
V., Mark S., we've done a little
of everything and it was fun. All
my friends from "South", take
Summer '74 with Debra, we
didn't quite make it, sorry.
Varsity Hockey 10, 11, 12, Varsity
Golf 10, 11, Captain 12
Deborah E. Schiff
55 Grace Rd.
Having a friend is being needed
and no matter how far apart
you are, it's knowing you are
close in heart."
I thank my family and true
friends for caring and being so
good to me.
Robin Beth Schlager
40 Harwich Rd.
"Remember then . . . "
Sha Na Na
Marching Band 1, Pep Club
Captain 2, French Club 1, 2, 33
Concert Choir 3, Music Club 2,
3, l'll always remember: the
great times with the gang, the
winter and summer of '74, the
door, 'aIright', sunbathing,
innocence, various contests, the
uneven wrestling matches, and
Ringo. Lot's 0' luv to all and
thanx! Bye guys!
Kevin G. Schmidlein
37 Holly Rd.
The kids at the corner and South
Parking lot - David, Carl, I. G.,
R. D., D. K., K. s., red, D. s., 1.
H., Frawls, M. D., Nick, S. M.,
Chan, B. C. Drisc., I. O., Beth
Hockey 10, 11, 12, Workstudy
"Why do today what you can
put off till tomorrow?"
Ruth Ellen Schoem
121 Andrew St.
Feed the soul. Don't forget poor
ones, they can be made rich by
sweetening them with patience
and understanding. Keep warm
with a steady flow of love. Serve
with strawberries and cream,
when thus prepared it will rise
from within in all its' beauty and
Mark David Schwartz
415 Waban Ave.
The trouble with not having a
goal is that you can spend your
life running up and down the
field and never scoring.
Good luck to: Bruno, Kitty, Pre,
Laff, Ira, lim, Brownie, Derf
tWhiteyJ, Scott, Kick save,
Debbie and Merle, Remember
those thrilling nights at Baskie's
Lori layne Segal
18 Broken Tree Rd.
"To find true happiness, one
must first find true friends."
Remember: the cape, summer
'73, and '74, Fla., Fireworks,
Nancyl, "Baby, you can drive my
car.", the alarm, chuchies, A. U.,
T. O., Sue's socks, my pantsl,
handcuffs, It's a long story,
writing on pocketbooks, 2:30 in
town, Cheerleading '73-'74.
Emily Ruth Schulman
26 Country Club Rd.
150 Country Club Rd.
'1Memories are to be
remembered not to be
forgotten." Great times with
Brenda iRatJ, Iodi, Laurie, and
the "N, N." gang. Stalling, Sept.
21. Summer '74 - New York,
fire's on the beach. "l told you it
was too big!" I thank my family
and friends for being so good to
1 . 4
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"I didn't mean to step on your contacts!"
47 Cloverdale Rd.
Steve I. Selib
436 Winchester St.
"l hold the world but as the
world A stage, where every
man must play a part, and mine
a sad one. Let my play the fool."
I'll never forget: F. U., and of
course C. K., Snatch, Chyt,
Quigleys, Donald, Hojo's, D. C.,
D. G., J. S., and Penny Forever.
12 Harwich Rd.
The difference between
personality and character:
Personality is what you are when
lots of people are around,
character is what you are when
everybody goes home.
21 Lovett Rd.
"Don't walk in front of me, I
may not follow, Don't walk
behind me, I may not lead. lust
walk beside me and be my
Remember: Summer '73, '74,
Narco, Eppa, Doris, Greg, the
Devil, Chooey, I. D. V., Thanks
to all my friends that made this
year great and unforgetable.
Margaret P. Shaughnessy
42 Amherst Rd.
Aub. the good times. C. Dfs
house. K. W. D.'s R. 81 C. nights.
Getting Fubar. The Cape. A
certain Monte Carlo. South, the
Corner, Newton Centre. C. S. D.
L. D. E. K. W. D. and a lot of
people there isn't enough space
for. Always remember a special
friend M. T.
Born to be wild.
Holly Joanne Shaw
44 Gould Rd.
Friendship is like a treasury: you
cannot take from it more than
you put into it.
Gale Pamela Shahon
46 Homestead St.
To forget a friend fN.S.H.S.J is
sad. Not every one has a friend.
And if I forget, I may become
like grown-ups who are no
longer interested in anything but
figures . . .
Field hockey, Gymnastics,
Tennis: G,A.A. - all Q1, 2, 31,
Cheerleading 3, Nantasketg
Merestead, U,S.F.H.A. Rating, 7
is definitely heaven.
lulie M. Shea
16 Hay Rd.
"Every man is an individual,
beautiful in his own separate
way. Sometimes it takes a lot of
time and effort to find that
certain beauty, but rewarding.
Those who are themselves, and
take the time to find out what
others are really like, are special
Crazy times forever! S. S.
layne Elizabeth Sherman
147 Andrew St.
When you part from your friend,
you grieve not, For that which
you love most in him may be
clearer in his absence, as the
mountain to the climber is
clearer from the plain
Thanx for two years of
everlasting friendship, R. L. T., I.
W. E., M. L, S., S. R. R. "You
gotta have friends"
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If you don't like school, that's your fault. I like it just
6 Wamesit Rd,
Don't go around saying the
world owes you a living. The
world owes you nothing - it
was here first.
l'll always remember: B. B.,
Birch, Rubbernose, The odor,
Nancy, Bon, Apple, Coop,
Debalach, Dartagnion, The Yale
Bowl, Barbecue, Eggs, Soccer bus
rides, The Zone, The Attic,
26 Kappius Path
I'm . We are all prisoners but
some of us are in cells with
windows and some without
"The great path has no gates,
Thousands of roads enter it.
When one passes through this
gateless gate, He walks freely
between heaven and earth."
"Please, Morris, don't be finicky.
Your din-din is ready!"
Andrew Neal Silver
15 Rotherwood Rd.
Learn the words of wisdom
uttered by the wise and apply
them in your own life. Live them
- but do not make a show of
reciting them, for he who
repeats what he does not
understand is no better than as
ass that is loaded with books.
Lori Carol Silver
8.-Broken Tree Rd.
So on and on I go,
The seconds tick the time out.
There's so much left to know,
And l'm on the road to find out.
A. S. C., Brazil, I. Bfs, Scrabble,
licorice, popcorn, who's
narrowminded? Why don't you
have a party8f 20 lbs! Tudobem?
fe: lt. if
146 Langley Rd.
24 A - Right Sue? Wallex. S. S. 81
E. F., Summer of '74, Thanks to:
M. S., B. C., L. C., A. R., M. R., A.
R., S. F., Chief, the boys.
"Let the past be your roots and
the present be your stem, for
the future will bloom in
Tennis, N. F., French Club,
loanne Silverstein Angela SImmS
107 Oliver Rd.
"lf one advances confidently in
the direction of his dreams, and
endeavors to live the life which
he has imagined, he will meet
with a success unexpected in
Henry David Thoreau
Michael Edward Sklar
143 Christina St.
l'll remember: lanuary 20, 1974,
High-Boys, parties, commons, M.
G. - Streak, weekends with: I.
K., l. R. G. B. S. G., etc., Summer
'74, Parking lot, Chandlers, Hill
top, My love to Laurie, Thank
you. K. B. S.
Varsity Tennis: 1, 2
Basketball: 1, 2
Sex 1, 2, 3, etc . ..
Cheryl Anne Theresa Simonds
3 Woodhaven Rd.
Good times at K. W. Dfs and C.
Dfs houses. Good times with
special friends and everyone
always. Summer of '73, R. R. 81 C
Nights forever. The Corner.
South Parking lot. C. S. M., I. A.
R. G. T. W. P. T. 96 tears.
Memories of good times with M.
T. will live forever. Born to be
wild! The Cape. What tree? Not
B - l
William I. Skerry
54 Oxford Rd.
"Winning isn't everything, but it
beats anything that comes in
l've thoroughly enjoyed my
three years at South. Both with
the kids, and the faculty. The
courses were great and so were
the athletics. l feel South was a
very worthwhile experience.
Soccer, Hockey Lacrosse 1, 2
Mary E. Smith
43 Cottage St.
Never forget Kenny, '73-'74 442
Hay Rach, What's Happen?
Steph, B. .. E., Friday nights with
the girls, Sat. mornings L. O., B.
T., D. S., R. B., S. N., l. K., L. H.,
B. C., S. H., D. T., R. F., D. T., L.
B., E. O., R. L. The summer to
come! Thanks Mom and Dad,
never wouId've made it without
Robert Louis Sisson
30 Margaret Rd.
"He started to sing as he tackled
the thing That couldn't be done,
but he did it."
What more clever torture
to each class!
ludith Hope Smoller
21 Larchmont Ave.
"Grant me the serenity to accept
the things I cannot change,
courage to change the things I
can, and wisdom to know tht
Always remember: A. R., L. H.,
A. H., E. S., D. R., good times
with camp friends, And a special
thanks to two very
than adding one more minute
Amy Beth Sneider
331 Dudley Rd.
Goodwin "Aim", "Schneid"
"Can't explain things people do
Can't complain cause l'm people
too." Canada '74, Snoop sisters
DGFHLD, Weekends -
gladstones, Donna - to our
apartment! MICSDLNSMG -
Take care. Love to the greatest
friends for the best of times. R.
S. I love you and will always be
there. M. 81 D., love and
Theatre Dept. 1O,11, 12
Ivy Ellen Sohn
100 Deborah Rd.
"The woods are lovely, dark, and
deep, But I have promises to
keep, And miles to go before I
Special thanks to my parents
who have helped me so much,
never giving up. Thanks to all
my friendsg and you, Tori, may
you always have the best of
Craig F, Sowsy
95 Harwich Rd.
"lf we are ever to enjoy life,
now is the time. Today should
be our most wonderful day."
Charles F. Mahoney
Remembering that great lunior
year with Math, French, and Mr.
Seasholes. Wrestling 1-3, Brutus,
the Track, Syracuse, Florida '75, I.
S., and mostly C. B,
33 Aberdeen St.
I have been on the varsity
gymnastics team for three years.
In my sophomore and junior
years I specialized on the
pommaled horse and in my
senior year I have expanded to
include the parallel bars and
Remember: "Never try, Never
Marc Richard Spigel
61 Esry Farm Rd.
I leave to Newton South: A lot
of good times and memories. l'll
always remember: Newton
Police Explorer Post 300,
Weekends at Nobscot, The Park,
Cutler house door, and going to
School spirit provides no academic function. However,
it does provide a sense of community or, moreover, a
comraderie between students. Most unfortunately, New-
ton South seems to be lacking in this area.
Paul D. Soloway
4 Cochituate Rd.
Reality is but a cliche for life
from which we escape through
the icons of fiction, fantasy and
21 Nod Hill Rd.
Laurie Susan Stein
244 Upland Ave.
"True happiness consists not in
the multitude of friends, but in
their worth and choice,"
I'Il never forget: Hold the
phone, you'll get over it,
chuchies, late nights, rap
sessions, A. Rfs long stories,
peuple, hang it up! my two alter
egos, good times, and very
92 Lovett Rd.
"l believe when I fall in love
with you, it will be forever"
Vacations with Lisa, an
everlasting friendship. Always
chinese food on Sundays, Carol,
The best twin in the whole wide
world! Working with S. 81 L.
April 30, 5 g's, B Block with ludy,
What rocks? Weekend in N. H.,
B. C., and Billy. . . 1979!
Michael Geoffrey Stockman
4 Pine Crest Rd.
l'll never forget three enriching
and entertaining years at South.
South is just a building - the
people have made it a school. A
special thanks to: the teachers,
coaches and staff. More
important are my friends and
Carol and my parents.
Football 1, 2,3
Basketball 1, 2, 3
Baseball 1, 2, 3
Carol Melanie Sturnick
25 Acacia Ave.
"The world looks brighter from
behind a smile." On a scale from
one to ten . . . P.E.A. '73, B. C. at
certain times, Quebec '74, 308,
as usual, Relax, that sound,
Casanova, 1123, Football games,
hey, hit the road, forever
Stubby? Thanks all. Field hockey,
co-captain, Basketball, Softball
Lawrence Benjamin Stollar Steven Stone
158 Clark St. 83 Dorcar Rd.
Russian Club, Vice President 11,
President 12, Foreign Language
Honor Society, Russian and
French, Foreign Language
Curriculum, Review Borad 10,
Hebrew College 10, 11, 12
"Who is rich? He who is happy
with his portion."
Good luck to: L. M., S. C., I. P.,
G. H., K. G., V. G., B. S., P. S., A.
S., M, K., M. H.
lt's a long and winding road.
28 Duncklee St.
l'll always remember the great
times I had with Z. R. 8i I. U.,
dropping pennies from the
Empire State Building, water-
skiing on the Charles, shooting
down the Goodyear Blimp and
playing marbles under Echo
Bridge at 2:00 A.M. with you
Bl Sparpe Rd.
"Taking away friendship is like
robbing the world of the sun."
l'll never forget: Cape '74,
Fireworks, chuchies, Lori your
pants, my alarm, handcuffs, B-
split- N. S., sharing - A. R., Rap
sessions, A. R. - it's a long story,
my two alter egos, calls to
Cheerleading - 11 iCaptainJ
Thanks to special friends.
Irene Marie Sullivan
93 Halcyon Rd.
"Everything is easy once you
open your mind."
Never forget Corner 42 and all
its great people! West Island,
New Year's Eve day and Pewter
Pot, Thank Mac. My beautiful
person, who ever you are.
Quebec, Washington. The
Waban Gang and Elise. O. N.,
W. B., M. D., B. 841.
17 Kippy Dr.
Don't walk in front of me - I
may not follow. Don't walk
behind me - I may not lead.
Walk beside me - and just be
Mem's: ninth gr., R. T.'s house
with K. H. Luv to: P. H. -
dummy, D. D. - unhooked, C. S.
- definitely, I. A., C. K., B. L. and
friends, Good-bye, Good luck.
Cindy Lyn Swiman
44 Olde Field Rd.
"When you part from your
friend, you grieve not, For that
which you love most in him may
be clearer in his absence."
Kathy - There aren't words to
express our friendship.
To a choice few who make me
happy and sad when I think of
of , 0
Robert P. Tedeschi
961 Boylston St.
Never forget the corner gang: C.
B., R. D., K. S., K. S., D. P., l. H.,
C. F., S. M., I. G., M. T., P. F., N.
D., R. D., B. C., Weekends at
South Parking lot, Work study,
Hockey 1, 2, 3
84 Ridge Ave.
After devoting 13 years of my
life to the Newton Public
Schools - so much for free
But the good times outwieghed
the bad and thanks to all at
Richard L. Swiman
44 Olde Field Rd.
Remember summer of '74, The
Gang at Adeline, the Corner,
and Andrew St. Greg A-4 car
Doris the Dodge Dart will live
H. M. D. - The good times roll
on. C. B. - Take it easy -
C. L. S. - I luv U and always will
Lloyd William Taylor
86 Oxford Rd.
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3
Stage Crew 1, 3
"I will have had been there
A time traveler
"The trouble is, there is an
endless supply of White Men,
But there has always been a
limited number of Human
from Little Big Man
Paul Stephen Tormey
91 Shady Hill Rd.
Always remember great times at
the Corner. Remember: V.
parties, Wart Hog, Chopper, Ted,
Eddie, Great times with Ieanne.
Football 1, 2, 3
Wrestling 1, 2, 3
Lacross 1, 2, Tri-captain 2
70 Wiswall Rd.
902 Chestnut St.
8 Lincoln St.
I have no color, I am free. And
in a world where no one
understands, l'll take my
outstretched hand, and offer it
Many thanks to Mr. Chamberlain
and Mr. Amer.
Marlene loyce Valinsky
130 Lincoln St.
Most folks are about as happy as
they make up their minds to be.
Thanks for all your help 1. M. I
would like to thank Newton
South for the many new
friendships and fond memories
it has given me.
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Nancy Ellen Vasil
3 Carver Rd.
I'lI never forget all the good
times at the corner. Much love
to all the gang, and a special
thanks to Dawn who has been a
great help in many ways. Many
memories to Paul, Barbara, Mark
and lanis. Hi to the W.M.G.
How's South going to survive
11 Ashcroft Rd.
Goodwin "Net" "Venetie"
Varsity Indoor Track 1, 2
Varsity Outdoor Track 1, 2
Faculty Award 1
I'lI never forget the many, many
hours I spent searching within
myself for a few fond memories
to put in this book,
A. George Volpe lr.
444 Winchester St.
"You are tired, so very tired,
Space Wanderer, Malachi, Unk.
Stare at the faintest star,
Earthling, and think how heavy
your limbs are growing,"
I'll never forget: Aw, I forgot.
Anyhow, I had fun. Thanks to
friends, A. S., B. O.'s, F. N., S. D.,
for the past years.
Hey, Meg Hurley,
How's your love ,,, .
Donald K. Wallace
29 Oxford Rd.
55 Oak Hill St.
"Life is to be fortified by many
friendships. To love and be
loved, is the greatest happiness
Remember 40? Miami '73. D. R.
and the S's. Kishke and Layer
Cake. I'll never forget December
15. Thanks to my friends. E. H. -
thank you for a special
Anne S. Wax
7 Cavanaugh Path
"lf it weren't for other people
there'd be no need to live. lt is
through our attachments and
relations with them that we
obtain the illusion of life having
Bruce David Ward
1446 Beacon St.
"Colden Rainbow, shine above
me. Once is all l'm asking for.
Golden Rainbow, now I need
you - never needed you more."
"Gonna make a celebration
lellyroll, Elephants, Paper Doll,
WeIIEl, Sven, "Ooh!" Thanx to
Mr. A., Mr. C., Mrs. H. and "all
those good and crazy people,
Carol Ellen Waldman
42 Stanley Rd.
The mind of man is capable of
anything - because everything is
in it, all the past as well as all
Harriet Losi Warshauer
66 Elinor Rd.
While Mona Lisas and Mad
Hatters, sons of bankers, sons of
lawyers, turn around and say
good morning to the night, for
unless they see the sky, but they
can't and that is why they know
not if it's dark outside or light.
260 Spiers Rd.
W.l.T.A.? Soph. Class Comm.,
Regulus Photo Staff,
Environmental Aspects Comm.,
S.F.F., The Shop, Thanks to: C.
C., I. E. S., H. A. L., V. W. B., 250:
F. A., Big Bird, S. P. L., I. A. S. M.,
A. S. M., Finally getting my
license, President, Photo
Explorer Post 520, E. P. A. Bake
Out, Washington, M. W.,
Dynamite! Manly, Musketahqurd
Lodge, w.w.w. 414, 0. A., 1. O.
Ira Scott Weinman
98 Bound Brook Rd.
I dedicate this space to a person
who has been an inspiration to
me and' whom l'll remember all
my life. This person has gone
through more than her share of
troubles and yet faces each day
with a smile. She has a will to
live and love, unlike anyone
else. This person is Margaret
28 David Rd.
Had a lot of good times while it
lasted. The red bomb will never
All the free tooting me and Poul
Paul Matthew White
63 Oakdale Rd.
I care not what others think, as
long as my conscience is clear
and God is on my side. l'll try to
remember everything and
1 ' '
334 Hammond St.
88 Levbert Rd.
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1 , Macs.
"One must not tie a ship to a
single anchor nor life to a single
Never forget kids at corner,
"South", the wall! Swampscott,
parties, Spain, green machines,
rocky, summers of '73, '74, 4, 5,
22, 23. Thanks to my parents,
good friends, also to my siamese
111 Nehoiden Rd.
"The youth gets his materials to
build a bridge to the moon, or,
perchance, a palace or temple
on the earth, and, at length, the
middle-aged man concludes to
build a woodshed with them."
19 Orchard Ave.
"Growing up is the deep
exploration of oneself. One
learns from the past to better
the present and to explore and
challenge the making of ones
l.V. Field Hockey 10, Varsity
Swim Team 11, 12, May Arts 10,
11, 12, Concert choir 12, Music
Club 12, Spanish Club 12,
Foreign Student Committee 11,
f Al 'K
26 Clifton Rd.
l'll never forget the great times.
The excursions to the cottage in
NH. "It was only a vacation."
New Year's Eve of 74. Leon '74,
My membership to the Costa-
Rican army, Never forget the
good times at Ed's house or
Quamar and leff, Summer of '7-4.
Carol loan Wiesenthal
63 Cloverdale Rd.
"The man who follows the
crowd gets no further than
Remember the summer of '74,
N.H. and the Cape. Thanks l.B.,
Chris and Chet for opening my
eyes. GG. what can I say?
SF. You're in my heart and
future, someone very special.
Morissa Lou Williams
143 Neshobe Rd.
When in mercury
Whispers they stalk the land,
Then shall Morning die.
Sparrow smiles forever -
Mercury whispers abandoned,
arise. No pleas of space to
entertain, for passage claims
108 Oakdale Rd.
"l shall never believe that God
plays dice with the world."
Explorers Club 2, 3
Many thanks to W.B., P.R. and
Explorers Club ll
P.S. Don't forget A.P. gym and
"Graphic Representation of High
Factor vs. Brian Activity"
Dawn loy Wiest
40 Waldorf Rd.
"lt's just a matter of time before
you find that certain someone
who makes your life divine."
"Then Came You"
Many memories to l.A., to all at
the Corner, and especially Carl.
All my love and thanks to
Nancy, Barbara, and Paul who
helped me so very much. Also
thanks to Mom and Dad.
Linda lean Willis
50 Hartford St.
"You fill up my senses
Like a night in the forest."
Newton South, my friends,
teachers and family, thank you
for doing this, and making these
the best three years of my life.
Bethi I leave this school to you,
and "All you need is love."
Bradford Robert Woolf
17 Payne Rd.
Lacrosse 10, 11,12
I met a lot of great people and
had a lot of good times K.B.S.
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William A. Wolf
27 Amherst Rd.
"The world hath many centers,
one for each created being, and
about each one it lieth in its
own circle. Thou standest but
half an ell from me, yet about
thee lieth a universe whose
center I am not, but thou art."
Stephen L. - K. Yen
15 Bank St.
For God hath not given us the
spirit of fearg but of power, and
of love, and ofa sound mind.
2 Tim. 1:7
Robin Lee Yaffe
132 Deborah Rd.
"What if you slept? And what if,
in your sleep, you dreamed? And
what if, in your dream, you went
to heaven and there plucked a
strange and beautiful flower?
And what if, when you awoke,
you had the flower in your
hand? Ah, what then?"
Swim Team 3
lames A. Young
270 Waban Ave.
I leave N.S.H.S. remembering:
the senior class '74 81 Byron, M,L,
81 soccer, l.F., 3114, and the car.
Varsity soccer 2, 3
Student Faculty Forum 3
Class Committees 1, 2, 3
Newton Big Brother Assn. 2, 3
"The most useless day of all is
that in which we have not
David Edan Zonis
69 Arnold Rd.
Bring to boil M cup thoroughly
drained barley, handful lima
beans, shin bone of beef, three
onions in 4-5 quarts water. Add
four stalks celery, package
carrots: both scraped, sliced.
Simmer very slowly four hours,
don't cover tightly. Add water as
necessary, skim off fat, stir
43 Gate House Rd.
S - S
Eric Ziskend lon Harris Zonderman
116 Wayne Rd. 30 Marvin Lane
Goodwin Goodwin "Bozo Cowboy
86 Waban Avenue
"A chaque instant une vie neuve
nous est offerte. Aujourd'hui,
maintenant, tout de suite, c'est
notre seule prise."
This very special year has meant
alot to me. I had such a good time
with all my friends from South.
Hopefully I learned something from
Oscar and Vladimir. My Swedish
address is Skraddaregatan 14g
Malmo. I hope you will visit mel
Alsoi Good luck and snow to future
seniors without pictures
Kevin G. Battle
5 Sheldon Rd.
Meredith C. Bruce
934 Beacon St.
William B. Bryant
102 Herrick Rd.
Diane M. Butera
47 Myerson Lane
212 Greenwood St.
Russell G. Davis
15 Rogers St.
Paul E, DiCarlo
316 Langley Rd.
Neal I, Drobnis
429 Brookline St.
55 Chester St.
23 Oxford Rd.
Paul C. Hantman
31 Amherst St.
16 Marshfield Rd.
Curtis P. Kolovson
125 Country Club Rd.
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Richard A. Levy
17 Drew Rd.
Thomas M. Mallios
17 Chester St.
71 Lincoln St.
Edward V. Norton
48 Clark St.
lennifer T. Oshima
52 Berwick Rd.
68 Hartford St.
Robert K. Phippard
43 Hillside Rd.
9 Devonshire Rd.
Peter S. Safner
247 Country Club Rd.
leffrey P. Spinks
150 Ridge Ave.
Patti H. Tackeff
18 Gould Rd.
Andrea L. Talis
227 Lincoln St.
George D. Thomas
220 Langley Rd.
For many years, Frank Lambert was probably the most conspicuous
person in Wheeler House. He seemed to be always visible and always to
have time for a cheerful word of a friendly chat with anyone and
everyone. What a much-needed lift to the morale it often was to meet
Frank as one passed through Wheeler House! He never seemed too busy
to be kind and considerate. One could not help wondering how he
could take care of all the paperwork that is the lot of guidance
counselors, and yet always appear so calmed and relaxed. But then,
wasn't he invariably still in school after nearly everyone else had left?
The fact is that no one could have been more conscientious than Frank,
and no one worked harder. No one was more concerned than he about
giving his counselees all the help and encouragement he possibly could.
His philosophy obviously was that people come first. People come and
go. The paperwork is always there. But people have needs that require
immediate attention. Only after the peopIe's needs have been attended
to does one give one's attention to the paperwork.
It is incredible that someone with so much energy, one so full of love
for life and love for humanity could so suddenly disappear from this
earth. We certainly wish we could tell him how much he is missed.
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There is a flat way of seeing, I know it
well, I live with it most of the day. And
there is a spiritual way of seeing which
comes to me suddenly, when it does that
day is rare. With this new vision I can
see the innocence woven through all
men and things, as though a shaft of
light had fallen across treasured objects
in a forgotten closet, and for a moment I
live with this vision.
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Old ways of thinking left behind
Images clear as sunlit dew
Flowing freely through my mind
Being as the image formed
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NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
NEWIUN SUUTH HIGH SEHUUL
Offlce of the Principal
The editors of Regulus have chosen an epnrooriate theme, Hbwereness of
lndividualitv,n for your yearbook. I would hone that your eduoet,onel ex-
oeriences at South durinz the nest three years have sharnened and enhanced
the oositive asnects of individuality: a desire to develon your ootential
to the highest nossihle derreeg the ability to learn on your own, to develon
a snirit and desire to make learnine something within you: skills which will
enable You to attain a hivh degree of sel?-suffioienoy: n ouestioninv etti-
tude and spirit: and the understenoinr and moral fihre neeesserv to +wVe erH
sustain your own nosition, however wnoonular it may he, on iwoortant oersonfl
and societal issues. I whole also hone that your odueetion has heloed you to
recognize the denvers end shallow nature of unbridled individuality unrelated
to firm ethical standards end en interest and willinvness to share in immor-
tant common tasks and issues.
Good luck in future veers. I have trwlv enioveo Vnowirv end worhinr
with von during my two years at South.
f-L, ,4L,e is
Frnest Van B. Seasholee
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
The staff of Regulus 1975 gratefully acknowledges
those whose kindness has helped to make this
yearbook a reality . . .
Leonard l. Alpert
S. H. Bloom
Bronstein and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Butters
Ernest and E. Chamberlain
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Chused
Mr. George l. Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeAngelis
Mr. and Mrs. Paul l. Donlan
Mrs. Ellen Duren
Fairway Sports World
Mr. and Mrs
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
lohn B. Garrett, lr.
Richard C. Gove
William l. Hart, lr.
Charles M. Hopkinson
i Natural Cosmetic
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
The McNally Family
Snoopy and Chanthra
Mr. and Mrs. loseph P. Nathanson
The Palmer Family
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Pearson
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Pinderhughes
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Eugene S. Rubin
Eliot H. Sagan
Mrs. Rae Schwartz
S. L. Silverste
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Simches
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss M. I. Su
feel 'out of place?l
Mark and loan Warshaw
Ronald F. Wi
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Sarah l.
Now the world is ozit there waitiizgbforhyoii.
Now the fittitre is whtztiyoiz will initlce it.
VVhieh way to go!
Whattjoh to seek?
Wliere is the .yellow hriele road?
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avenues there niay he ajoh opportunity thatjztst
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applyfor an interview with
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Waban, Mass. 02168
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HARDWARE - PAINTS - OILS
Carden Supplies,Kitchenware,HousehoId Sundries
We wish the best of luck
to the class of '75
MARRIOTT MOTOR HOTEL
BEREIIK INC. - Success to all Graduates -
126 Highland Ave.
Needhan1lMaSS. Fox TRAVEL AGENCY INC.
Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer 100 Winchester 5t.-969-2000
Newton Highland, Mass.
Exit 56E Open Nites
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The Best of Luck 327-7600
Class of '75
Tel. LA 7-9412
Newton Centre lenney
Robert T. Timmerman, Prop.
1146 Centre Street ' Corner Willow St,
Newton Centre, Mass. 02159
30A LANGLEY ROAD
Fine Luggage, Leather Goods,
Open 'til 2 A.M.
Luncheon Special 11:30 AM. -3 PM.
Orders to take out - Catering
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326-4090 MANUFACTURERS OF
RON-AL SAUNA BATHS
Dedham Cabinet Shop, Inc.
918 BOSTON-PROVIDENCE HWY. ROUTE 1
275 Eastern Ave. 1152 Beacon SI. We are very proud
Malden, MaSS. Newton, Mass. of your accomplishments,
MR. 81 MRS. ARNOLD L
Get the CABOT HABIT . ..
4,--ff5'M,A Make everyday a SUNDAE
Newton Flower Shop
899 Walnut Slrcct ful four corncrsl
Newton. Mass, 112161
743 Washington St.
Newtonville, Mass. 02160
EASTMAN FLOWER SHOP
"Quality + Service since 1934"
BEST IN NEWTON
Tel. 244-6781 - 244-8150
340-342 Walnut St. Newtonville, Mass.
197 California Street
WE SELL FOR LESS AND SERVICE BEST
777 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWTON
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UIUD xl EH 'Ijil-lD UE CONGRATULATIONS
30 Q55 GU 'fe CJSSJSEYS
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JJUDDE ron TIIE
jeans and slacks
shirts and jerseys
OUTFITTERS FOR IOYS
32 Largely Road
OPEN THURSDAY 'TILL 9:00 P.M.
AND MY DAUGHTER
of physical and social development
792 Beacon St, Newton Centre
Newton's Favorite Shop for Fine Sweaters
and Sports Apparel
40 GLEN AVE.
Opp. 631 Beacon St.
tothe VOLVO VILLAGE
class of '75
714 Beacon St. New EngIand's Oldest Compliments of a Friend
Newton Centre, Mass.and La rgest Volvo
969-1 900 Dealers the
843 Beacon St. - Newton Centre, Mass. 02159 ' 527-7400
Newton-Waltham Bank and
YEM MEE RESTAURANT
Carry Home Piping Hot
HIHECHINESE 81 POLYNESIAN FOODS
OPEN MON. THRU THUR.11:30 LM. -10 P.M.-
FRI. Q SAT. 'TIL 12 MIDNIGHT -- SUN l HOLIDAY 1 P.M. TO 10 P I
Ample Parking - Next to Auburndale Star Market
2038 Conmonwzzmn Avs.
527-0725 AUBURNDALE. MASS.
98 Winchester Street tCor. Dedham Streetl
244-8600 Newton Highlands 244-8634
Free Parking Free Delivery
Prompt Courteous Service
Gorgio's Fine Cuisine
71 Union Street, Newton Centre
307 Auburn Streetg Auburndale
lohn Delaria AUTO SCHOOL
354 chestnut Hill Ave.
1607 VFW Parkway
boston 33 newbury SI. 267-5100 Snack Bar - 40 Ten Pin Lanes - Lounge
boston 629 comlth. ave. 262-8750
newton 74 Iangley rd. 527-8155
newtonville 332 walnut st. 527-9600
amherst 26 main st. 253-9293
longmeadow 807 maple st. 567-9414
randolph 95 n. main st. 963-9700 CARB drug
danvers 4 high st, 774-9737 the igigeggfgglgfcary
framingham 191 concord st. 879-6951 NEV1g?g'Af52T2'f60'13A55'
May the Future
be one of success
For our Son
as well as
the class of '75
Mr. 84 Mrs. Irwin B. Weinman
Atwood's Camera Shop . ..
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES - ARTIST SUPPLIES
21 PELHAM STREET
NEWTON CENTRE, MASS.
GARDEN CITY INC.
I FLORENCE STREET
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Oils Water Colors Acrylics Engineering, Inc'
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Beads Symmography Enameling
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Decoupage Decals Styroloam
Handmade Papers Science Kits 326-1900
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Commercial - Industrial - Residential
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of 75 Telephone 332-9625
We carry a complete line of musical
Mr. 8: Mrs. David Zussman .
instruments for sale or rent
Leading distributors of electronic components to industry
Wishing the best to the class of '75
Newton South High School
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85 WELLS AVENUE
NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02159
TEL. 46175 969-7700
CRAMER ELECTRONICS INC.
85 Wells Ave. Newton
Pulsifer School of Music
1349 Center Street
Newton Centre, Mass,
Books 84 Pages
1265 Centre St.
Newton Centre, Mass. 02159
Hard Cover Remainders
"We Special Order"
Class of '75
Mr. 81 Mrs. Seymour Smoller
CROWLEY'S OFFICE SUPPLIES
Sialionery, School Supplies
338 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVII-lf
HENDRICKEN BROS. INC.
Forty-five Lincoln Street
Newton Highlands, Mass. 02161
Telephone Area Code 617 527-6661
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NEWTON CENTRE MUSIC SHOP
839 Beacon Street
Newton Centre, Mass. 02159
The Shaving Mug
1211 CENTRE ST., NEWTON
Beacon Shell Station
1099 Beacon Street
THE PLACE TO BUY
FROM WHATS IN STYLE
10 1L'bdl'! traditional
OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 5:30
6 amuse new-g on
3 THE '45,
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31 CHURCH ST. ' CAMBRIDGE
105 Union St.
311 WALNUT STREET
999 BOYLSTON STREET
NEwToNvunE 21" LA 7 6940
NEWTON HTGHLANDS ff l
Phone LA 7.2400 N s
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NEWTON BUICK COMPANY
371 WASHINGTON ST.
Bus. Phone -LA 7-7150
ROBERT L. DWYER
Rogan's Sporting G oods
327 Washington St.
f LUCK to the class
NEWTON PIZZA HOUSE
27 Lincoln Street Newton Highlands Sincere wishes
CALL 332-5056--332-5057 for
Delicious Pinas and Hot Oven Grinders Continued success
PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS BEFORE YOU to
LEAVE HOME the class of 1975
THEY WILL BE READY ON ARRIVAL
BUY 4 PIZZAS AND Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Lawson
GET ONE FREE
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
ll A.M. TO 12 MIDNITE
Al Si p
12 ,, Q,
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In December of 1974 Mr. Sol Verdun, a member
of the Science Department since the opening of
South High, retired after forty-two years in the
Those of us who mastered the mysteries of ad-
vanced alchemy and the friendly slide rule under
his thoughtful direction will miss his presence. His
concern for excellence and achievement on the part
of his students provided a healthy stimulus for all
those with whom he labored.
The gentle humor and friendly demeanor which
were always a part of his association with students
and colleagues will remain among our fond memo-
May our affection and gratitude follow you
through many years of a happy retirement, Mr.
22113: Laura Bloom, Nancy Grodberg, Mack lzen, Sheera Kahn, Mindy Kingston, john Paukulis, Barry Paul, Beth Paul, Shelley Pearlstein,
Martin Schwartz, Robert Steinberg, Gary Stoloff
4100: Thomas Alsup, Frederick Amicangioli, Beith Appelbaum, joyce Bacci, Arthur Coffey, Cindylow Edman, Robert Kelly, Adam Ostrach,
Laura Rixe, Ruthanne Schill
4101: David Alpert, Lisa Conveser, Barry Dudelson, Robert Fein, janet Ferrerri, Lori Turman, Meredith Gallant, Constantine Hamos, Elaine
Howard, joAnn Kent, Michael Lipkind, Charles Marino, janice Pressman, Buoy Nancy Toy, Carol White
4103: Cheryl Abel, Steven Berkowitz, Brian Buffington, Marialyce Buonati, Charles Connolly, Audrey Dana, May Ann Donlan, Gerald
Feldman, Beth Karger, Mary March, David Shiffman, john Sostilio, Steven Spelfogel, jeffrey Steinberg, Mark Sugarman, Dace Treize
4203: Susan Baseman, Stanford Chesler, jeannie Clemons, William Davenport, Gary Davis, Peter Derogatis, Andria Dicciccio, Leslie Dillon,
Sandra D'lnnocenzo, Roxanne Faber, jeremy Fox, james Lajoie, Andrew Lustig, Edward Meltzer, Susanna Newton, Katherine Paines, Susan
Ann Rogers, Marjoire Stein, Mark Stepakoff, Glenn Weinstein, Thomas Young
4204: Douglas Abbey, jonathan Averback, Peter Baye, Helaine Cohen, john Deagle, Claudia Dunne, Gary Fleischer, Barry Green, Marc
Harris, Annette Hernandez, Carlos Pava, joseph Pettier, Anthony Secianro, joseph Seeley, Susan Steinber, Barbara Stone, Mark
Vanderwalde, Cynthia Weinstein, Scott Wollins
4208: Kathleen Duffy, Michael Galvin, julie Gershlak, Nancy Green, Larry Leavitt, Evelyn Nesgos, jon Pearson, William Surette
4211: joseph Bates, Paul Daniels, Elaine Fine, Maura Fitzgerald, Cindy Heinstein, Karen Houlihan, jennifer Lanes, Steven Leach, David
McKinnon, lacqueline Moreau, Eugene Mudairi, Geoffrey Peake, Marjoire Shalsky, Laurence Sloan, Kevin Wilcox
5103: Sheila Bailey, Barbara Lelt, Linda Bossi, Anastasia Bounos, Andrea Duffy, Angelia Gaskins, Michelle Gay, Patricia Pava, Erica Slessinger,
5101: Merle Adelson, Mary Bowers, Richard Brodie, Nicholas Brown, Susan Cohen, Leslie Englander, Barry Gale, William Iwine, Elizabeth
Keon, Valerie Mentall, Vincent Mirobito, Marlene Morris, james Ralston, Harvey Stone, Charles Tarabelli, jennifer Taub, Barbara Weiss,
5102: james Amicangioli, Charlotte Chalukian, jeanne Colling, Thomas Dea, janet Fleming, Laura Fold, Susan Israel, jennifer julian, lan
Krane, lacqueline Levy, Wendy Markoff, jeffrey Michaels, Cynthia Moan, jeffrey Pill, Robert Rothenberg, Leight Tucker, Susan Zeiger
5107: Benedetta Antonellis, joseph Brugio, Donna DeWolfe, jeffrey Ernest, Valerie Fontechio, Susana Herrera, jena Holland, Lori jackson,
Diane Kaufman, Mariellen Kelly, Patricia Keon, Hillel Newman, jack Phillips, Stuart Ross, Stuart Slawsby, Richard Stoppe, jane Sybicki,
Sean Thomas, Abby White
1211: Brenda Chandler, Eliot Hill, jeanne Moreau, William Paulini, Steven Rosenthal, Ed Theodorow
4105: Lesley Cohen, Lauren Doner, Deborah Dubinsky, Ronna Feinstein, Donald Ferreri, Harlan Green, Darlene Hahn, Mathew Howell,
Lynn Hynds, john junda, Thomas Karol, Michael Kasowsky, Nancy Levin, Peter Mark, Mark Seeco, Allen Seletsky, Robyn Stiller
4205: Suan Barry, Denis Bauke, Susan Campbell, Bruce Gelb, Robert Gottlieb, Lisa Hyland, Gerald Leehan, Shirley Lennon, Glenn
MacKenzie, Linda Parkhurst, David Perlmutter, Polansky, joseph Royster, john Santucci, Greg Shsismanian, Laura Stachel, Elisabeth Talis,
4206: Michael Battista, Elizabeth Belden, Meryl Butters, john Coleman, Lorie Green, Neil Grossman, Nancy Lampert, Karen Lein, Howard
March, Deborah Miranda, Howard Schievek, Kim Sias, Susan Simches, Bradley Stern, Ruth Stranahan, Keith Washington, Stepher Werther
42071 Kevin Blank, Cheryl Caplan, Marsha Holzman, Susan Horwitz, Rona Leventhal, Steven Liebman, jean Martin, Thomas Melville, Sharon
O'Hara, Mark Podolsky, Donna Polufaly, Robert Rabinowitz, Corey Rosenfield, Pamela Simms, Geoffrey Small, Rand Sutphin, Mary Welch
51061 Dan Bernstein, David Bernstein, Anita Duggan, Gary Fireman, David Hall, Richard Henken, Teri Kaiser, jane Lesinski, Margaret Long,
john Martlin, Diane Merian, judith Perlman, Douglas Rosenfled, Eva Sandnes, Carol Shilling, Mark Signore, joAnne Smith, Cheryl Wenning,
5110: Carol Balcanoff, David Bolaffi, Wade Brayman, Karen Edelston, Marueen Foley, jonathan Fox, Philip Frawley, Nancy Freeman,
Kenneth Hedeman, Kevin Hoban, jeffrey Howard, Cheryl Kaufman, Darrell Kazarian, Ann Pernice, Deborah Schultz, Susan Swig, Marian
Ward, Ann Wekstein, joyce Young
5203: Noreen Anderson, Carl Barnett, Richard Bronstein, Deborah Cantor, Lisa DiCarlo, Sherri Fastov, Lisa Frank, Adam Grossman,
Meredith jacobson, jonathan Karis, Christine Lombardi, Charles McKinney, Bruce Moore, Frank Powdermaker, judith Simon, Amy Tighe,
Nancy Trehub V
5209: Anthony Botta, Aruthur Brown, Robert Chalukian, David Costa, Sherri Federbush, Eric Feigenson, judy Green, Thomas Irvine, jeffrey
Karp, Laura Liberman, Laura Prager, Beverly Shlager, Philip Small, Elizabeth Stone, Dianne Stoppe, Kim Springer, Pamela Wood, David
5210: john Amicangioli, Michael Boenisch, joAnne Camann, Deborah Cibella, Roger Howard, Paul jackson, Debra Lapuck, joseph
MacDoanald, Paul Manasian, Michael Mosca, jill Saret, james Sherman, Paula Silver, Karen Smith, Robert Wamboldt
2102: Shelley Adelson, Andrea Battit, Pamela Berman, Karen Botti, Brain Cooper, Gerald Coughlin, Ann Downing, Mary Duffy, Amy Fagin,
Mark Fontune, David Frim, Elizabeth Green, Wendy Kaplan, Linda Kelfer, Stanton King, Cindy Kirshen, Neil Komai, Alan Levine, Beith
Lewis, Mark Macchione, Deidre McGurrin, Deborah Newman, Laurence O'Brien, Anna Portnoy, Patricia Scanlan, janet Shapior, Buthania
Shukri, Steven Wax
3112: Ian Carter, Clare Dennis, Maxine Effenson, Kurt Ehrendberg, Cathy Gennert, Paul Kelley, Vivian Lee, Frances Osman, Ann Riceman,
Steven Wank, Andrea Wolff
7106: Grant Bethal, Douglas Bullen, Susan Day, Todd Delcampo, Cheryl Duren, joAnne English, Bradford Evjy, Maryana Golomb, Amy
Gould, Deborah Graff, Elisa Hurley, David Kirschtel, Simon Longoon, Mark Newhook, Lee Sherman, Gary Simon, Stuart Sklar, james
Sullivan, Brenda Trask, Andrew Wise
7109: Paul Anastasia, Tracy Arcuri, john Butera, Charles Duncan, Richard Garger, Richard Harris, judith Herzog, SyIviaKamowitz, Steven
Karein, Lawrence Leavitt, Adam Levin, Barbara Long, Craig Marretti, Donald Moore, Lisa Natalie, Mark Olson, Anabelle Pazos, Carol Pfau,
Holly Rosenfield, Deborah Silverstone, Donald Skerry, Gregory Soyka, Kaarl Waalewyn
7204: Cindy Arafe, Elizabeth Bailen, Howard Cooper, Lisa Fisher, Arthur Gould, Cynthia Kandan, junko Matsusaka, Donald Mayer, Frank
Otten, james Quinan, Vicki Richman, judith Shriberg, Doreen Wiest, Timothy Williams, Martin Malkasian, jodie Zussman
7205: Wendy Baron, jeffrey Bellin, Laureen Burokas, Alexis Bushman, Lisa Chesler, Gian-Fran Criscitello, judith Elovitz, james Hendrix, jr.,
james Hooker, Adrienne jackson, jeanne Kaplan, Willian King, Ronald Lombardo, Debra Pachus, Daniel Picard, Theresa Rowland, Daniel
Sheehan, Lisa Schneider, Rowena Washington, james Yett, Dianne Williams
7210: Elaine Aronson, joan Butera, Lisa Castleman, Michael Cummings, joshua Ehrilch, Lisa Elman, Kevin Garcia, Peter Hackel, Michael
ljamis, Mark Kline, Susan Lerbinger, jonathan Long, Cheryl Oppenheim, james Popkin, Roger Sandman, Lisa Schuseter, Wendy Shahon,
Stephen Silk, Patrick Silverstone, Vesta Stephernon, Gregory Volpe, David Waldman, Barbara Waldstein, jeffrey White
1103: Eliot Andler, Andrea Cole, Donna Disario, Ann Dullea, Susan Gammerman, Michelle Geller, jeanne Hoberman, joel Kailin, Mark
Kaufman, Stephen Keresztes, Eve Minkoff, Marc Sherman, Daniel Wisel, joel Zecher
3129: Mithcell Gordon, jill Mackavey, Peter Otten, Cynthia Vasil
3150: Gary Abranson, Carol Bradley, Steven Carterm, Robert Clark, Denise Driscoll, joy Feldman, Steven Festinger, Candy Ginsberg, Leslie
Golov, Sharron jackson, Bruce jennings, Elizabeth Kellner, joseph Less, james Mackall, Carson Milgroom, jeanne Regan, Mark Sostek,
7101: David Alexander, Keith August, David Fox, Steven Kaplan, Ray Madoff, james Martin, Clare Nesdall, Rochelle Polsky, Donna
Richman, Margaret Riley, Keith Sanders, Neal Schertzer, Michael Steinberg, Eileen Sullivan, Michael Thomas, Lyle Viselman, Eric Winer,
7103: Adrianne Bolt, Craig Brown, Charles Burton, Ronna Cherenson, Barbara Clark, Donna Ehrlichman, james Goldfarb, Robin Goldstein,
Teresa Greybonski, Sharon Hartwich, Steven Housman, Marjorie Hurwtiz, Deborah jackson, David Kamowitz, Susan Larson, David Leesha,
Emily Lipson, Charles Smith, Susan Stockman, Diane Sullivan
7108: Douglas Baird, Wendy Fay, joshua Hiegal, Brian Gordon, jonathan lngbar, Paula Kahn, Curt Kohlberg, Elise Levenson, Marcia Miller,
Robert Pike, Patricia Riley, Andrea Rufo, Alice Scovell, Susan Shapiro, Thomas Shepherd, Sarah Swenson, Nancy Tichnon, Cheryl Weiner
7203: Daniel Braverman, Laurie Brecher, Chris Castellanos, Richard Erba, Iris Goodman, David Mucciaron, Robert Pershe, Faith Reiner,
Bruce Renick, Matthrew Sabetti, Stewart Satter, Lawrence Schalger, Sharon Shapiro, Donald Silberstein, Marc Spector, julie Tarsky, jan
Waalewyn, William Wright, Danield Stapels
7206: james Babson, Alan Budd, Edward Cataldo, Helaine Clayton, Deborah Demichelle, Marc Fisher, Mary Fleming, Ruurd Rontein, David
Fox, Donald Germaise, Stephen Hoberman, Nancy Keller, Marjorie Magross, Maureen McClory, Richard Pilavin, Robert Poorvu, Frederick
Richmond, Paul Sudman, Laura Wellington, Debra Zussman
7211: Craig Behrman, Edward Frim, Audrey Garrett, Beth Gochberg, james Goodman, Willian Greene, jared Handspicker, Leonard Kraicer,
jody Landfield, Carol Mandell, Scott Mondlick, judith Nisson, Paul Owens, Susan Reef, Lisa Robinson, Lynne Rubin, Robert Segal, Franklin
Silcott, Ruthann Sparrow
3208: Peter Beecher, David Berger, Allison Black, Gregory Chaloff, Mary Deangelis, Robert Dery, Ricki Felton, Stephen Filler, john
Koopman, Ami Levy, Rosalyn Lezberg, Barry Lipsett, Maura Mallard, james Robinson, Lauire Sandler, Carol Schuft, julius Starkman, Willian
Stuart, janet Tedeschi
6102: Michja Berkovits, Anjalis Dandekear, Mark Dangelo, Mary Dippo, Emily Feldman, Kenneith Green, Susan Koffman, jennifer Lyons,
Laura Ludwig, David Miller, Willian Malmud, Catherine Morris, joanne Rivers, jeffrey Schneider, Daniel Shiman, Robert Tresca, jerome
Urdang, Aaron Wasserman
6103: Marjorie Dinapoli, Steven Disick, Barbara Dixey, Faith Dana, Daniel Freedman, Pamela Friedman, Leanne Goldman, Dean Kahr,
Marcia Knopf, Lisa Lampert, Audrey Landay, Michael Learner, Clare Leavenworth, Catherine Monahon, Danield Paisner, Rosemary Reilly,
Deborah Spielman, Mark Weinstein
6104: Lisa Acker, Amy Casper, john Casper, Michael Cushner, Gabriel De La Torre, julie Feldman, joan Goodwin, Brian Grodman, Eric
Hubel, Cynthia Lang, Mark Maletz, julie Michals, Anne Rasmussen, Robert Ross, Mark Rothman, Robert Sacko, Richard Schwarz, Ellen
Ungar, Robert Wing
6111: Diane Apelbaum, Roberto Cataldo, Christine Clark, Ellen Connors, Paul Danrele, Steven Dresher, Vickie Feldstein, jason Hoffman,
Dian Levy, joyce Libertarb, Mark Manfredi, Revecca Moment, james Patriarca, Amy Rubin, Mary Sheridan
6202: Tad Baum, joseph Bibbo, Karen Crowley, joseph Daniele, john Dankese, Vasilra Emmanuel, Beth Gitleson, David Gordenstein,
Nathaniel Heard, Michael Hernandez, Stephanie Kahn, jill Korsakov, Amy Kutchen, Sandra Litwin, Laurie McGreevy, Ronna Miller, Claudia
Murrow, Kathleen Riley, Adam Shamban, Michael Stollar, john Stomberg, Cheryl Troup
6204: Susan Block, Betsy Davidow, Lisa Davis, Kathleen Demaio, David Diette, janet Fishstein, Ellen Freedman, David Hurley, Ronald
Koning, Stacey Lion, Stephen Litwin, Laura MacDonald, Robert Morehouse, Karen Parker, Frances Rudnick, Pamela Savoy, Mark Sheridan,
jean Whitney, Peter Woodbury, james Yarin
6211: Karen Fein, Deborah Feldman, Nancy Goldberg, Paul Higgins, Christopher Knight, Andrew Krassin, Karen Lemack, Robert Levine,
Deborah Olds, Laurie Raphael, Samuel Resnick, jane Sage, jeffrey Shapiro
1101: Leroy Atkins, james Blum, Steven Cardinali, David Chused, Sharon Dudelson, Nina Epps, Marcy Fertel, Cynthia Herron, Robert
Hurley, Robert Katz, David Kaufman, Marcia Pinansky, Edward Robinson, Robert Sharton, Ellen Tercyak
3114: Steven Averbach, Michael Barber, Kathy Cohen, Louise Cohen, Caryn Cooper, Richard Geraci, Michael Griecco, Richard Gosman,
Debra Green, Lawrence Hirshberg, Stephen Horowitz, Mark Kerzner, Lisa Kulp, Cheryl LeBlanc, jane Sandler
3157: Stephen Bibbo, Robert Bickelman, Roni Cunningham, Kathleen Daley, Sandra Dolph, David Fisher, Rochelle Gottlieb, Allen jaques,
Anne Meinhart, Peter Tennant, john Tornabeke, Benjamin Touchstone
3201: Sarah Bartlett, Mark Comerford, Ricardo Freeth, Gerald Frim, jeffrey Goldsmith, Cynthia Marcus, Barbara Sacks, Susan Shapiro,
Richard Steffens, Carol Sugarman, jocelyn Wallace, Elizabeth Wool, Donna Young
6106: Steven Bern, jonathan DeGregoris, Barbara Fischbein, Renee johnson, jody Kaufman, jay Labourne, Susan Lechten, Sheryl Lipson,
Mark Milstein, Grant Morris, Gail O'Neil, Tobi Pilavin, jeffrey Rosenberg, Sara Rubenstein, Linda Rubin, David Schwartz, Ronald Seested,
jr., Douglas Sheff, Selena Wong
6109: Raymond Aucoin, jeffrey Bennett, Allen Biggs, Myrthis Brooks, Betsy Ford, Edwin Kroeker, Eric Mann, Lori Markoff, Warren McElroy,
Laurie Mead, Carol Phillips, julie Ratner, Kim Rucker, Laurie Rosenstein, Lauren Seder, jacqueline Simms, Wendy Stearnes, Frank Tarantino,
6114: Wendy jo Belcher, Arthur Clacchella, Katherine Harakas, Timothy Hutton, Daniel Miller,
6203: Christopher Arthur, Lewis Atkins, Eric Dana, Rocio Duenas, Wayne Gateman, Barbara Geller, Laurie Gluntz, Lauri Goldberg, Meg
Hernstadt, Eva Iannuzzi, Lisa jacobs, Carol Ann Kaufman, Carolyn McOdonnel, Mark Natele, Nancy Nathanson, Beth Noble, Michele Press,
6205: Kenneth Goldberg, Cynthia Golding, Sandra Greenberg, Sarah Griesse, Randy Grossman, Amy Kerzner, joan Kinch, Thea Lee, Patricia
Melnick, Brain Price, Karen Resnick, james Rosenberg, Laurence Segal, Sheila Thomas, Dana Weisman, Gary Wyner
6209: Matthew Avruch, Michael Berzon, james Blackman, Deborah Cutler, joAnn Dery, Debra Ebel
The staff of Regulus 1975 wishes to thank Doubleday
and Company for the use of selected passages from I
Touch The Earth, The Earth Touches Me by Hugh Prather,
Copyright 1972 by Hugh Prather.
The staff of Regulus 1975 would like to apologize to
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printer's deadline did not allow for them to be retaken.
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