Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1976
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No race can prosper 'till it learns that there is as much dignity in tilling the
field as in writing a poem.
Booker T. Washington
I think that I shall never see
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First Row: lay Labourine, Mark Seeto, lan Waalawyn, Capt. Bruce Jennings, Corey Rosenfield, lim Cold-
farb, lon lngbar, Tom Karol, Dan Braverman. Second Row: Brian Grodman, Steve Hoberman, Rob Segal,
Don Moore, Dan Paisner, Mike Stollar, Frank Otten, Martin Schwartz, Andy Wise, Coach Emilio Mazzola.
Third Row: Head Coach Wood Crowther, Bob Fine, Don Mayer, Len Kraiser, Albert Pazos, Gary Simon,
Carson Milgroom, Dan Shiman. Missing: Dan Shiffman, Coach Mark Beaton, Doug Sheff, losh Erlich.
The soccer season, which began with double sessions in late August, ended in late October in a blaze of glory.
Through defeat after defeat the team kept its spirit and finished with a 4-7-3 record. In its last five games the team did
not lose, making the 1975 season the best in quite a while.
The team began its season with a new coach, C.W. Crother, and three assistant coaches, one of whom got lost along
the way. Crowther's goal from the beginning was to "win the Dual County League Championship." Although the team
fell short of this goal, by the end of the season it was capable of defeating any team in the league.
The first time around, South lost to every team except Acton, which it tied 0-0, and Weston which it defeated 2-1.
When the team lost for a second time to Wayland and Medfield it looked as though South's soccer team would
continue in its familiar losing pattern, but a change was in store. In its last five games, the team tied Concord 3-3,
defeated Acton 2-0, tied Lincoln-Sudbury 1-1, demolished Bedford 4-0, and destroyed Weston 3-1. In its last two
games the team played fine soccer both on offense and defense. All the ingredients for a league championship were
there, but unfortunately they developed too late.
Goal scorers for Newton South included Mike Stoller 173, jay Labourene 143, Danny Braverman 133, Mike Seeto 123,
Bruce lennings123,lan Waalywen 113 and Carson Milgroom 113. Fine defensive play was turned in by Corey Rosenfield,
Bruce lennings and lim Goldfarb. Tom Karol, Donny Moore and Frank Otten rounded out the starting team. Andy
Wise and Brian Grodman performed well in the met.
Throughout the season, the team was plagued with injuries. The loss of Lenny Kraiser and Carson Milgroom for most
of the season, hurt the team. At one point, nine players were sidelined with injuries. With a little better luck, the team's
record might have been vastly improved.
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GIRLS' SWIM TEAM
Hrs! Row: Captains-Cheryl Weiner, Maureen Foley. Second Row: Karen Fein, Lisa
Umina, Debbie Green, Lily Chou, Naomi ,Berkowit7,Elinor Cambell. Third Row: Leanne
Goldman, Rona Leventhal, Joanne Brodi, ludy Pearson, Majorie Schwalb, Eileen
Goodman, Maxine Effenson, Bill Grimes, coach, Fourth Row: Lisa Chesler, lanet Flem-
ming, Laurie Raphael, Susan Israel, Andrea Wolf, Kathy Barry, Dick Marshall, Ass't
"The 1975 girls swim team put forth outstanding effort and tremendous enthusiasm, but were hampered by illness
and injuries resulting in a final record of two wins and eight losses.
The team faced some of the finest swimmers in the state which made it even harder to come out on top. However,
meeting such teams did help in setting goals for the future and we look forward to improvement in the coming years."
Coach Bill Grimes
A team is only as good as the sum of its individuals and this year's team had some outstanding individuals including
five lCaptains Maureen Foley and Cheryl Weiner, senior Barbara Sacks, junior Lisa Chesler, and sophomore Elinor
Cambelli who competed in the Eastern Mass. Swim Meet.
Other members on the team were: seniors Rona Leventhal and Debbie Green, juniors Laurie Raphael, Maxine
Effenson, Kathy Barry, Susan lsrael, janet Flemming, Andrea Wolf, Naomi Berkowitz, leanne Goldman, Karen Fein,
sophomores loanne Potty, Eileen Goodman, Lisa Umina, Lily Chou, ludy Pearson, Majorie Schwalb.
Leominster . . .
FIELD HOCKEY f
First Row: Wendy Shahon, Sara Rubenstein, Chris Castellanos, Ellen Korlitz. Second Row: Ms. Pamela
Hixon, Buthaina Shukri, Lisa Hurley, Cheryl Wenning, Barby Long, Debi Spielman, Kiki Farrish. Third Row: .
Alicia Skerry, Ruthanne Miller, Faith Dana, Diane Wilcox, Nancy Grodberg, Leslie Dillon. Fourth Row: Patty
McLellan, Mindy Kingston, Stacy Lions, Kerry Wilcox, Patty Cutler, Sarah Longson, Laurie Markoff.
Missing: Susan Horowitz, Amy Casper.
This year's field hockey team, although managing only
one win, was a sk'illful and talented group. The girls
worked very hard during both practices and games but
just could not seem to produce the wins that they were
capable of. However, the season ended on a good note as
Varsity defeated Acton 1-0 and I.V. tied 0-0. The team also
played impressive hockey against Weston and Lincoln-
Sudbury, both games ended in ties.
Despite the loss of seniors Cheryl Wenning, Sara Ru-
benstein, Christine Castellanos, Captain Sue Horowitz,
and Laurie Markoff, South can look forward to a promis-
ing season next year. With juniors Amy Casper, Lisa Hur-
ley, Ellen Korelitz, Barby Long, Wendy Shahon, Buthaina
Shukri, and Debi Speilman returning along with sopho-
mores Kiki Farrish and Diane Wilcox, the team should be
strong in most positions.
We started off with many kids, feeling very gung-ho!
But by the third day of tryouts, where'd they all go?
Brave, strong, and willing were the 24 left,
or, maybe, we were all a trifle bit deft.
Practice was rough, and as Ms. Hixon would say,
"Do 8 laps and 3 suicides, or else you will pay!"
"My group with me, hustle on over here!
Barb, how's the knee? Amy, get on your gear!"
On the other field, Ms. Caruso would teach a new play,
and of course, everyone would do it the opposite way.
But, she tried, and Hixon tried, and the players tried, too
everyone gave their best, and did all they could do.
Cheryl was funny, Chris was loud,
Lorie was Lorie, and gosh was I proud -
To think back on that muddy season
and laugh. For I had good reason
Field Hockey, you are my sunshine. You make
me happy when skies are gray. And though
you'lI never know dear, how much I loved you,
please, don't take my field hockey away
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First Row: Karen Lein, Steve Karlin, Bob Morehouse, Lee Zalinger, Ed Konning, Don Ferrari, Steve Hall.
Second Row Bob Kellx, Kei Kishimoto, Bob Pourvu, Marc Spelfogle, Tim Williams, jon Averback. Third
Ron Ntr. Geist, David Kamoviitz, Dennis Bauke, Cary Abramson, Scot Mondlict, lim Ralston.
Cross country '75 at Newton South began with much hard work and optimism in the last days of August. Twenty-two
runners came out for the team in the early weeks of training, twice as many as ran last year. The majority of this year's
team was new members, with only eight veterans. This meant that new and young members had to be depended upon
to strengthen the team. The rookies did come through this year, including three sophomores who made varsity: Steve
Hall, Kei Kishimoto, and Eddie Konning.
The junior Varsity fared well early in the season and won its first two meets. Under stiff competition the LV. finished
with an even record in the league competition, but amasses a respectable 29 wins and 19 losses for the total season.
The Varsity had an improved team over last year and fared well in the non-league meets, yet was unable to do well in
Dual-County League competition. In addition to those already mentioned, the Varsity team was composed of four
seniors, captain Gary Abramson, Dennis Baul-ce, Don Ferrari, and Dave Kamowitz, one junior, and next season's captain
Tim Williams. The team, despite a 2 wins and 11 losses record in league competition, beat teams such as Andover,
Gloucester, Lowell Voc., St. lohn's, Stoneham, and Watertown, among others, in non-league competition, while
compiling an overall record of 24 wins and 46 losses.
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First Row: Bonnie Komonick, Ellen Ungar, Debbie Pachus, Nancy Green, Dori Barenholtz, Tammy Arafe. Second Row:
Stefanie jacobson, Cheryl Richardson, Shelley Polsky, Laura Ford, lulie Leitman, Kathy Gennert, Kathy Duffy, Cynthia
Weinstein. Third Row: Ms. Blanchard, head coach, Adrienne jackson, Ronna Miller, Nancy Kasten, Diane Kaufman, Lisa
Castleman, Barbara Sherman, Amy Rubin, Shelley Pearlstein, Ms. Guarnieni, ass't coach, Ms. Bottomley, lr. varsity coach.
1975 was an outstanding year for girls volleyball at Newton South with the varsity squad making the Eastern Mass.
Tournament after sporting a 9-3 record during the regular season. Although the team lost in the first round to
Brookline tone of the top four teams! all twenty-one players can be proud of their fine effort and fine season tincluding
the IV squad which ended up with a record of 6-61.
Nancy Green and Debbie Pachus, co-captains, did a fine job working together and keeping the team on its toes.
Coaches Bottomley and C-uanieni also did an excellent job in assisting head coach ludy Blanchard. Said coach
Blanchard, "We lose our 'token' senior Shelley Polsky from the squad after this year. However the sophomores and
juniors will carry onward and hopefully upward. We did well this year - many thanks to Miss Bottomley and Miss
Guanieni and co-captains Nancy and Debbie."
Certainly the outlook for the future is bright for the young team. Next year the team ought to have the experience
and skills to be one of the tops in the state.
This years Boosters Club award went to Adrienne jackson.
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NEWTON SOUTH North . . 0
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First Row: Phil Small, jeff Goldsmith, Mike Berzon, Dave Chused, john Amicangioli, Keith Washington co-captain, Matt Sabetti co-captain, Greg
McKinney, jeff Bennett, Dave Costa, jim Blackman, Mike Mosca. Second Row: Mark Newhook,jim AmicangioIi,Paul Cutler, jim MacKaIl, Bob Clark,
Frank Tarantino, john Martlin, Arty Kojoyian, Mike Hernandez, Barry Gale, Brian Cooper, Greg Soyka, Mark Manfredi, Third Row: Coach Kojoyian,
Coach Connolly, Manager Brendan Murphy, Nat Heard, Willie McDonald, Greg Sudman, Peter Balcanoff, Mike Cushner, Steven Filler, joe Peltier,
Charly Connolly, Tony Muccini. Fourth Row.' Coach Rezzuti, Coach Young, Drew Frarnson, Greg jackson, Doug Washington, Mark lsenberg, David
Abromson, Tom Osborn, Shawn Daley.
This years Newton South football team was a team of
both new players and coaches. Mr. Aredis Kojoyian took
over the head coaching job from Mr. Winkler who retired
after 13 years at the helm. However his "green", inexperi-
enced team ended the season with a disappointing 2-7-1
record, 1-4-1 in the Dual County League. The team, led by
co-captains Keith Washington and Matt Sabetti, had some
bright spots. Sabetti showed great ability as a runner,
leading much of South's offense. Accompanying him in
the backfield were seniors john Amicangioli, Greg
McKinney, jeff Bennett, and junior halfback Barry Gale.
The Lions began the 1975 campaign with one of their
two victories, as they defeated Brighton 23-8. The Lions,
however, could not win another game for five weeks, as
they were defeated by Weston 28-6, Cambridge Latin 35-
0, Rindge Tech 42-16, and Boston Tech 18-6. They also
tied Bedford 20-20. The Lions finally got back on the
winning track as they defeated Acton 20-15, with Greg
McKinney enjoying his finest game of the year. However
in their last three games, the Lions faltered, losing to
Wayland 32-0 and Concord Carlisle 30-14. They also lost
to Lincoln-Sudbury 20-8, Thanksgiving Day in the pouring
Other Lions who had fine years were seniors Mike Ber-
zon, Dave Chused, jeff Goldsmith, Frank Tarantino, jim
Blackmanp juniors Chuck Connolly, Mark Manfredi, jim
Amicangioli, and Brian Cooper. Sophomores Willie Mc-
Donald and Art Kojoyian both broke into the varsity line-
up, with Kojyian especially having a fine year as the start-
ing center. In the final two games junior Mike Cushner
took over the quarterback position and did quite well.
With many other experienced starters returning, the
Lions should be much more successful next season.
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First Row: co-captains Susan Larson and Lisa DiCarlo. Second Row: Beth Gochberg, Nancy Nathan-
son, Iody Kaufman. Third Row: Eileen Sullivan, Laurie Brecher, Patty Riley, Nina Epps, jackie Simms
Missing: Sherri Federbush.
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1898 - 1975
They called him "Mac" for short, but everyone who knew and worked with Coach
MacConnell respected and admired him. Always on the field helping his boys, Mac was
devoted to every player on the football and baseball teams. For fourteen years his
knowledge, experience, and attitude helped make many young South athletes better
players and better persons. His enthusiasm, patience, and kindness were an inspiration to
all his players and fellow coaches. Mac shall be missed and fondly remembered by us all.
First Row: Dean Kahr, Mike Mosca, Don Ferreri captain, lan Waalewyn captain, Glen MacKenzie captain, Bob Tresca,
Albert Pazos. Second Row: Coach Neil McPhee, Howie Cooper, jackie Lefevre, Nat Heard, Peter Cappadonna, Aaron
Wasserman, Steve Leach, Don Skerry, Dave McKinnon, lim Hendrix, Dave Mosca, Mark Seeto, Coach Steven McBride.
What can you say about a team that goes twenty-one games without a win or a tie? Never a hockey power, Newton
South, in its 1975-1976 season fell into a dismal losing pattern that can only get better in the future. This year's team was
particularly hurt by a lack of experience. Only five seniors returned from last year's squad and two of them, Glen
MacKenzie and Mark Seeto,missed most of the season with injuries.
The other seniors on the team, lan Waalewyn, Dan Ferreri, and Mike Mosca, composed the first foward line, one of
the few bright spots for South. These three scored most of South's goals and worked extremely well together. Dan
Ferreri was high scorer for the season with fourteen goals.
Among the sophomores and juniors on the club, Howie Cooper and Bob Tresca, center and defenseman respective-
ly, played solid hockey and are expected to lead the team next year. Other juniors who played consistent hockey were
Aaron Wasserman, jim Hendrix and Dave McKimon. Sophomores Alber Pazos, Peter Cappadonna, Dave Mosca, and
jack Lefevre should develop into fine hockey players next year.
IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: First Row: jenny Lanes Co-Cap-
tain, Doreen Weist Co-Captain. Second Row: Sue Steinberg, Audrey
Landay, Ellen Freedman. Third Row: Anjali Dandekar, Lori jackson,
Beth Paul. Missing: Audrey Dana, Dina Levy, jenny Taub.
BOYS' SWIM TEAM
First Row: Coach Bill Grimes, Gary Wyner, Neil Swinton, captain Dave Chused, Dave Kamowitz,
Ruurd Fontain, Coach Mike Salamone. Second Row: john Miller, Brian Gordon, Paul Cutler, Ron
Koning, Rick Kosowsky, jeff Karp. Missing: Scott Seidman, Steve Phillips.
The 1975-1976 season was the most successful season in in the brief history of the Newton South Swim Team. The
final record of four wins and nine losses was a tremendous improvement from the previous year which saw but one
victory. What looked to be a rebuilding year turned out to be a pleasant suprise to Coach Bill Grimes.
The season began slowly as the team lost its first two meets to Woburn and Waltham respectively. Both meets were
close and could have gone either way, but unfortunately South wound up on the losing end. The team won its first
meet of the year against Arlington by the close score of 84-81. The team had trailed throughout the meet but managed
to win the final relay and thus won the meet. The team broke the one hundred point barrier for the first time in its
existence as it trounced Watertown 105-53. Of the last seven meets, the team won four and ended up with its best
junior Ronny Koning broke a school record by swimming the 500 freestyle in 5:47 while his best time in the 200 was
2:08.5. Seniors jeff Karp and Gary Wyner had fine years swimming the freestyle and breast-stroke and Captain Dave
Chused had a good season as the teams only diver.
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First Row: Dori Barenholtz, Faith Dana, co-captain Buthaina Shukri, co-captain Maureen
Foley, Rosie Reilly. Second Row: loan Miller, Debi Spielman, Rona Leventhal, Nancy Grod-
berg, Amy Fagin. Third Row: Coach ludy Blanchard, Clare Leavenworth, jenny Taub, Sheryl
Richardson, Toni Cushner, Stacey Kohn, Coach Susan Raymond.
This year's Girls Gymnastics Team completed another very successful season. They finished with an 8-1 record, losing
only to Acton in a very close match. The team's strength lay in its experience and depth. Composed largely of juniors
with competing experience from last year, the team knew what to expect in each meet and how to handle each
situation. The most memorable meet was against arch-rival Lincoln-Sudburg. Not only did the team perform well in the
meet, but as the score grew closer and closer, all of the girls pulled together in spirit and attitude to score a glorious
victory. Newton South was well represented at the State Individual Meet. Faith Dana, Amy Fagin, Claire Levenworth
jenny Taub, and co-captains Maureen Foley and Buthania Skukri all qualified.
Next year's team will sorely miss the service of seniors Rona Leventhal and Maureen Foley. However the number of
returning sophomores and juniors indicates that South should have an extremely strong team. Although the sopho-
mores lacked competing experience this year, they have a great deal of enthusiasm to add to their skill, and next year
should make an important contribution to the team.
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First Row: Mark Comerford Co-Captain, Bobby Clarke Co-Captain. Second Row: Amir Levy, Ethan Reyber, Rob Kelly, jimmy
Yarin, Mark Izen, Bill Malamud, Paul Duggan, Coach Tom Steeves. Missing: Harvey Stone, Tad Baum.
This year has been an encouraging one for the Boys gymnastics team.
Head Coach Steeves and his assistant Mr. King coached the team to a 4-7
record. Several promising sophomores joined the team. Amoung these
were Paul Dugan who worked extremely hard on the floor exercises and
Ethan Ruber who concentrated on the pommel horse. A large number of
juniors joined the team for the first time. Amir Levy worked primarily on
the side horse with jimmy Yarin, Bill Malmud, and Mark lzen concentrat-
ing on high bar skills. These sopomores and juniors should form the
nucleus for an exciting team in the future.
Returning from last year were juniors Harvey Stone and Bob Kelly,
capable pommel horsemen, and Tad Baum, who competed in the all-
around. Also returning were team captains Mark Comerford and Bob
Clark. Mark scored consistently on floor exercises and vaulting. Bob did
very well in the all-around competition and has done especially well on
the floor exercises and vaulting.
Over the course of the season the team's scores went from the 60's to
the 80's. Due to these increasing scores, next year looks good and return-
ing members should score higher with experience under their belts.
First Row: Bob Morehouse, Ion Ingbar, Dave Bernstein, co-captain Carson Milgroom, co-captain Dennis Bauke, Eddy Koning,
Lori Markoff, Rick Abel, Steve Shulman, Paul Daniels. Second Row: Kenny Green, Arthur Gould, Steve Garfinkle, Wendy
Markoff, Debby Shultz, Penny Shukett, Tracy Bartell, Tom Alsup, Coach Blackburn. Third Row: Bob Becker, lon Zoll, Don
Germaise, Karen Lein, Charlie Strange, Scott Mondlick, Frank Otten, Sue Steinberg, Kei Kishimoto, Fred Amicangioli, Dave
Bolaffi. Missing: Coach Don Sutherland.
The Newton South Indoor Track Team, winless for two
years, finally broke out of its slump in 1975-1976 by de-
feating Matignon. The team's first win in three years came
after a heartbraking loss to Bedford. Indicative of the
morale of the team throughout the year, however, the
runners and jumpers pulled together against Matignon
and pulled off the upset of the year.
Credit for keeping the morale of the team high
throughout the season goes to coaches Don Sutherland
and lim Blackburn, and co-captains Carson Milgroom and
Dennis Bauke. -
The 75-76 season saw some fine individual perfor-
mances from Carson Milgroom in the 40 and the high-
jump, Dennis Bauke in the mile, Dave Bolaffi in the hur-
dles, and Paul Daniels in the 1000. One of most exciting
events of the season was when Eddy Koning set a sopho-
more record in the two-mile run l10:24i.
Next year will probably be one of rebuilding for Indoor
Track, as most of the team will graduate in the Spring.
With the anticipated return of unerclassmen Paul Daniels,
lon Zoll and Eddy Koning, and a win under its belt the
team can expect bigger and better things in the future.
First Row: Steve Auerbach, Kurt Kohlberg, John Junda, captain Jeff Small, lan Krane. Second Row: Lauri
Raphael, Joan Stein, captain Joanne Wise, Lori Jackson, Amy Sherter, Roxanne Faber, Eric Geisser. Third
Row: Randy Grossman, Dan Miller, Simon Longson, Jon Bello, Steve Avruch, Pete Levin, Richard Garber,
There was little snow and few meets, but the Newton South Ski Team slalomed its way to a second place finish in the
Eastern Division of the Massachusetts Bay Ski League. While the conditions held, the determined team picked up one
first, two third, and a fourth place finish.
Although outstanding skiiers are difficult to judge in a four meet season, the Newton South team did have its share of
excellent skiiers. Captain Geoff Small, John Junda, Jay Laborene, Simon Longson, and Steve Keresztes anchored the
boys team, while the girls team was led by Captain Joanne Wise, Amy Sherter, Lori Jackson, and Jodi Zussman. The girls
had a tough season because they had so few skiiers.
Each meet consisted of four schools, each of which could enter eight boys and eight girls in the competition. A first
place skiier received forty points, second place thirty-eight points, etc., etc. The total score for each school was
determined by adding the boys and girls scores.
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First Row: co-captains Matt Sabetti and Bill Greene. Second Row: David Frim, Paul Marcovitch, Mike
Stollar, Stu Taylor, lim Sherman, Tom Melville, Dan Wisel, lim Goldfarb, Coach Dick Walker.
After an unsuccessful '74-'75 season in which a talent laden Newton South team finished with a disappointing record,
hopeswere not high for a successful basketball campaign this year. The talent of previous year's teams was not evident
on this year's squad and the Lions were thought to be the worst team in the Dual County League. However, due to an
overall team effort and a high intensity of play which lasted throughout the season, both of which Coach Walker
emphatically stressed, the Lions were able to come up with a very respectable 9-9 season.
The team got off to a somewhat slow start, posting a 3-5 record after the first eight games. Then, at the half-way mark
of the season, the Lions caught fire, winning five of six games against several formidable oppenents including Lowell, a
team nobody thought South could beat.
Sporting an 8-6 record and on its way to a post-season tournament berth, the Lions met up with a powerful Wayland
team. The Wayland match determined not only third place in the Dual County League, but whether the Lions would
qualify for the state tournament. Unfortunately the team picked this night, in front of the largest away crowd of the
season, to play its worst game of the season and lost 79-54. Disappointed but not disparaged, the Lions went on to finish
the season with a 9-9 record.
Although coach Walker often stressed the "overall team effort" of the '75-'76 Lions, the team was not without its
stars. Co-Captain Bill Greene and lim Sherman led the team in scoring as they consistently scored in the double figures
from their front court positions. "Mini" guard lim Goldfarb led the team in gutsy performances, while junior Mike
Stollar and Co-Captain Matt Sabetti turned in clutch performances throughout the season. Sherman, Greene, Gold-
farb, and Sabetti were picked for the Dual County all-Star team. Coming off the bench at the forward position were Stu
Taylor and the irreputable "mangler", Tom Melville. The remaining positions were filled by Dan Wisel, Mickey Atkins,
Paul Marcovitch, and junior Dave Frim.
The '76-'76 Lions did gain entry into the less prestigous Bay State Tournament, yet a tournament bid of any kind was
not expected before the season. The fact that the team did make this tournament is a credit to the team effort and the
coaching of Dick Walker.
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First Row: E. Korelitz, Sue Horowitz, Sara Rubenstein, Kiki Farish, Leslie Dillon. Second Row: Cheryl
Wenning, H. Kingston, Lorie Green, B. Antonellis, Coach Pam Hixon.
This year's girls basketball team did not make it to the state tournament, but they played hard and showed great
enthusiam and thus made it a successful year.
The season began with potential. Six varsity players were returning, the attitude was optomistic and the spirit was
running high. Unfortunately, once the season began, hopes were dashed for a winning record.
The five varsity starters, Sarah Rubenstein, Sue Horwitz, Lorie Green, Chris Castellanos and Cheryl Wenning
provided the team's leadership. The star of the team was undoubtedly Lorie Green, who scored well over a hundred
points this season.
Although five starters will be lost next season, the outlook for the future is bright. The IV team had a good season this
year and many promising young players should make next year's squad successful.
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First Row: Mike Berzon, Keith Washington, Frank Tarantino, Capt. Lou McDonald, Mike Thomas, Greg Soyka, Mike Hernan-
dez, Ron Lombardo. Second Row: Bruce Raffe, Art Knjoyian, Bill Sarette, Brian Buffington, Dan Piccard, "Booker T."
Washington, Greg McDonald. Third Row: Coach Kojoyian, jeff Groper, Shawn Daley, Coach Hurwitz.
This year the Newton South wrestling team continued
in South's fine wrestling tradition and finished with an 11-
6 record. Coaches AredisKojoyian and Chuck Hurwitz
started almost from stratch and did an excellent job de-
veloping young, inexperienced boys into competent
wrestlers. Only two starters from last years team returned,
Captain Louis MacDonald and Keith Washington. During
the season there were a number of pleasant develop-
ments. junior Ronnie Lombardo had a fine season in the 1-
one hundred pound weight class as he posted a 10-7
record. Captain Louis MacDonald, at one hundred seven
pounds, wrestled superbly and had a perfect 17-0 record.
He pinned 11 opponents and won all others by superior
decisions. Douglas "Booker" Washington, a sophomore,
compiled an excellent 14-3 record in the one hundred
fourteen pound pound class.Douglas has great potential
and if he aviods injuries injuries will probably be a state
champion. Sophomore Greg MacDonald at one hundred
twenty pounds was 4-11, but developed well and will
have winning records in the two years ahead of him. Mike
Thomas at one hundred twenty eight pounds had a disap-
pointing 1-12-1 season which is hard to explain. Greg
Soyka had a respectable 8-6-1 record in the one hundred
thirty-four puond weight class. Frank Tarantino had a
good season at one hundred forty pounds as he was 9-6.
Although Mike Hernandez had a -4-12 record, he did well
because he was wrestling in the toughest weight class in
the state, one hundred forty-seven pounds. Keith Wash-
ington at one hundred fifty-seven pounds,who was one of
the returningpstarters, posted a 9-8 record. Brian Buffing-
ton in the one hundred sixty-sven pound class progressed
well and ended with a 6-7 season. Rafi Krasa wrestled in
the one hundred eighty-seven pound class even thought
he weighed only one hundred seventy five, his light
weight kept him down to a 1-1-6 record. At heavyweight,
Mike Berzon worked hard and wrestled 12 victories and 1
tie against only 3 defeats.
The team shows great promise for the future as only five
starters will be graduates. This year was a year for rebuild-
ing and the team posted an 11-6 record. Who knows how
far next years exxperienced team will go.
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love that were Myrthis, were heading for the next step in her game plan for education and for life. Death ended those
plans. But the force and memory of her spirit and ideals are ours forever.
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Carol Bershad Lloyd Gottlieb
Afedig Koioyian hl10ifa Sullivan
joyce Leary Vinson Bronson, jr
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Margaret Addis Earl Pearlman
Charles Coyle Richard Dermody Stephen Ambush
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Roberta Dollase Charles Frederick Clifford Henderson Sally Katz
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Donald Sutherland Ernest Loren
Donald Shaw Barbara Smith
Dept. Head Mr. Winkler Lenor Hersey
Edward Poskitt Pam Hixon
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the class of '76 has been a part of for three years. We
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4115 Bobby Goodman, jeff Fastov, Bruce lennings??? Mr. Al-
tree, Carolyn Band.
Harold Hawkes Housemaster
Mary Stephen, Gladys Bishop Secretaries
4213 First Row: Patricia Cutler, Alan Bortman. Second Row: Crystal
Diducca, Rita Derubeis, Richard Davidson, Susan Murray, Mr. Suth-
5107 First Row: Mr. Geist, Lori Cutler, Michael Freidman, Richard DeMaio. Second Row: Andy Kaufman, jeff
Dubrow, Margot Vanderwalde, Susan Wiggin, Wendy Chudnow.
4202 First Row: Thomas O'Neil, Drew Fromson, Douglas Washington, Audrey Getman, joanne Landy, Lisa Blackman. Second
Row: Marc Rubin, David Winer, Ronald Markovsky, David Bellow, Scott Ziegler, Linda Seletsky, Felicia Olivierre, Kathleen
Keene, Debra Parkhurst, janet johnson, Miss Smith.
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4210 First Row: Betsy Young, Kari Lacamera, Lisa Schiavone, Robin Davwalter. Second Row: Dennis Eontecchio, Liz
Brown, Mr. jameson, Karen Leavitt, lohn Holland, Arty Kojoyian. Third Row: Ethan Ruber, Peter Cramer, john Evans,
lack Springer. Missing: Debbie Gordon.
4209 First Row: Billy Braverman, Steven Gans, Eric Giesser, jeff Rogers, Ricky King. Second Row: Warren Bornstein,
ludy Allessandro, Joanne Pottey, Suzanne Abbott. Third Row: Tony Cappadonna, Lee Zalinger, Tamara Bloch, Kathy
Daily, Kathy McLellon, lean DeMichele, Esther Shir, Kathy Needleman, Cynthia Bailey. Missing: Liza Eden.
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5202 Barry Rivetz, joyce Bowers, Lee Albert, George Grigiss, joel Harris, jon Blake, Charles Belden, Susan Robinson, Beverly
Gottlieb, Lisa Singer, Carol Tercyak, Mr. Kojoyian.
5201 First Row: jeff Groper, Shelley Steinberg, Toni Sklar, Chris Regan, Mark Derby, Richard Kosowsky, jordan Blinder, jeff Calmus,
janis Lane. Second Row: Chris Taylor, Mr. Gottlieb, Evan Benjamin, jeff Greenstein, Peter Shibock, Chester Casmoscio, Robert
Wennett. Missing: Danny Weller, Lisa Setlin.
5206 First Row: Stephanie jacobson, judith Pearson, Barbara Cohen, james Fleming, David Bamel, Martha Alt, Mr. Geddes. Second
Row: Shari Alter, Susan Shlager, Peter Surette, Thomas Osborn, Davis Rubin, jay Podolsky, David Arndt, Lucinda Berlew. Missing:
Theresa Lajoie, David Mosca.
4108 First Row: julie Anthony, Katherine Brauneis, Amy Rittenburg, Rosita Gonzalez, Dori Barenholtz,
Kristen Farrish. Second Row: Peter Bernson, Francis Duffy, Paula Antonellis, Gail Finklestein, Peter Ezrin,
Richard Winer, Mr. Sherman. Third Row: Peter Moment, Robert Becker, Eric Catsimpoolas, Lawrence
- Fishman, Paul Duggin.
4106 First Row: Raphael Crasa, Deborah Kutnick, Lisa Braun, Peter Levine, Gregory MacDonald, Gerard Paglia. Second
Row: Todd Harris, Kathleen Cooper, Ilene Turner, Karen Myers, Kathleen Barry, Randi Chudnow, james Quinn, Mr.
Henderson. Third Row: Sean Hagan, Peter Balcanoff, Todd Hall, David Arons, Ralph Pardi, Stuart Press, john Daley.
Missing: Anna DeFazio.
4109 First Row: Denise Gelb, Donna Sacks, judith Murphy, Nancy Newhook, Nina Garfield, Kathy Sias. Second Row:
Steven Kaufman, Anthony Muccini, Diane Wilcox, Debra Lipkind, Amy Stone, Richard Abel, Ms. Dollase. Third Row:
jeffrey Rubin, joel Goodfader, David Katz, William Stranahan, Theodore Hill.
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4203 First Row: Peter Derogalis, Margie Stein, Kathy Parnes, leannie Clemmens, Susan Basement, Andy Lustig, Eddie
Meltzer. Second Row: Leslie Dillon, Susan Rogers, Andrea Dichico, Sandy Dinnocenzo, Susanna Newton, Roxanne
Faber. Third Row: Gary Davis, Bill Davenport, Mark Stepakoff, Stan Chesler, Jerry Fox, Glenn Weinstein, Mr. Youngb-
lood, Tommy Young, lim Lajoie.
4204 First Row: Sue Hernandez, Claudia Dunne, Barbara Stone, Barry Green, Scott Wollins, lohn Deagle, Gary Fleisher,
Helaine Cohen, Cynthia Weinstein. Second Row: Anthony Secinaru, lohn Averback, Carlos Pava, Ms. Dohanian, Mark
Vanderwalde, joe Peletier, Mark Harris, Eric Farrish, Doug Abbey.
4101 First Row: jamie Pressman, Lori Furman, joanne Kent, Lisa Conviser. Second Row: Nancy Toy, janet Ferreri, Elaine Howard, Mr.
Bolter. Missing: Bolter's Boys.
5101 First Row: Beth Keon, Mary Ellen Bowers, Marlene Morris, Barbara Weiss, Patty Keon, Merle Adelson. Second Row: james
Ralston, Charles Tarabelli, Nick Brown, johnny Zoll, Richard Brodie, Barry Gale, Bill Irvine, Vinny Mirabito, Mrs. Mealy, Missing:
Leslie Englander, jennifer Taub, Harvey Stone.
5100 Sheila Bailey, Erica Slessinger, Barbara Belt, Michele Gay, Pattie Pava, Miss Leonard, Ms. Shaw, joan
Sybick, Angela Gaskins, Stacy Bounos, Linda Bossi, Andrea Duffy.
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4211 First Row: Cindy Heinstein, Elaine Fine, Margie Skalsky, Maura Fitzgerald. Second Row: Dr. Burnham,
Paul Daniels, jeff Deake, Brendon Murphy, Steven Leach, David McKinnin, jackie Monroe, jenny Lanes, Chip
Madarri. Third Row: Kerin Wilcox, Larry Sloane, Karen Houlihan.
4100 First Row: Robert Kelly, Mr. Hollman, Laura Rixie, loyce Bocci. Second Row: Arthur Coffey, Beth Applebaum, Adam Ostrch
Fred Amicangioli, Ruthanne Schill, Cindy Edman, Tom Alsup.
4103 First Row: Mary lane March, Audrey Dana, Dace Treize, Mary Ann Donlan, Cheryl Abel, Marialyce Buonato. Second Row:
Peter Zonis, Steven Berkowitz, Mark Sugarman, David Shiffman, Gerald Feldman, Brian Buffington, Charles Connally, john
Sustilio, Steven Spelfogal.
1103 First Row: Miss Blanchard. Second Row: Benedetta Antonellis, Susana Herrera, Mariellen Kelly, jena Holland, Valerie Fontecchio, jane
Sybicki, Diane Kaufman, Abby White, Lori jackson, jack Phillips, Sean Thomas, jeff Ernst, Stuart Ross, joe Burgio, Stuart Slawsky. Missing:
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2200 First Row: Mrs. Ravenscroft, Sheera Kahn, Laura Bloom, Beth Paul, Mindy 4208 First Row: Bill Surette, Ms. Oremland, julie Gershlak, Larry
Kingston, Shelly Pearlstein. Second Row: Robert Sheinberg, john Pauklis, Martin Leavitt. Second Row: Michael Galvin, jon Pearson, Kathy Duffy,
Shwartz, Gary Stoloff, Mark Izen, Barry Paul. Nancy Green.
5102 First Row: Sue Chalukian, jenny julian, Susan Zeiger, jackie Levy. Second Row: jeff Michaels, jim Amicangioli,
Leigh Tucker, Robert Rothenberg, Cindy Moan, lan Krane, janet Fleming, jeff Pill, Wendy Markoff, jeanne Colling,
Tom Dea, Laura Ford, Carol Bershad, Susan Israel.
lohn Slater Housemaster Dorothy Freimarck Assistant Housemaster
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Olga Marazzi Secretary Mrs. Dwyer Secretary
2100 First Row: Mrs. Nelson, Ross Brown, loanne Charness. Second Row: Chuck
Kaufman, Kei Kishimoto, Nancy Rosenzweig, joan Stein. Third Row: Danny Alsup,
Tim Barooshian, Linda Maltz, Kathaleen Quinan, Stephen Tankel, Arnold Shecter.
7209 First Row: Sherry jackson, Karen Egeness, Ruth Hoberman, Tammy Arafe, Lisa Kaufman, Suzanne Malkasian. Second
Row: Michael Goldstein, Mr. Alleva, Ed DeMichele, David Eagle, Ruth Ann Miller, jennifer Simon, jodi Fisher, jeff Menzer,
james Foster, Howie Castleman, Steven Fox. Third Row: Leonard Norton, Daniel Seversky, Harold Wolfson, Bernard Weiss,
Chris Ward, Isaac Sussman. Missing: judy Epps.
3125 First Row: Amy Sherter, Lily Chou, Steven Kirschtel, jeff Berman, Arnold Hite, David Smith. Second Row.' Mr. Levenson,
Nancy Wasserman, Linda Kaplan, Edward Koning, james Clark, Rae Lin Fox, Nancy Sullivan. Third Row: Stephan Hart, Alex
Berger, Fred Hochberger, Robert Zolli, Nancy O'Neil, Ilene Berger, Denise Mazzola.
7107 First Row: Leola Smith, Sheli jackson, Susan Rifkin, Debbie Pennachio, Liz Ulin. Second Row: Eva
Kaye, Connie Prestuna, Lisa Phillips, jeff Hahn, Andy Hart, Paul Butera, Peter Boisvert, Peter Levin, Sean
Swint, Andy Margolin. Third Row: Neal Martin, Robbie Schlackman, Mr. Petrillo.
Karen Levine, Carrie Fisher, Danny Ramanow, Steven Shulman, Ms. Brassard. Second Row.
' ' h D jackie Lefevre, Neil
Shelley Cohen, Leslie Propp, Lisa Umma, Stanley jackson, C ris uncan,
Swinton, Alberto Pazos, William McDonald, john Miller. Missing: Wendy Grover.
3113 First Row' Alisa Ruby, Leola Smith, Bonnie Kominik, Deborah Klugerman, Rebecca Lilienfeld, Stacy
Waxer, loan Miller, Allison Baird, julie Leitman, Nancy Kasten. Second Row: Mr. Roberts, leffery Jacobs,
loav Burger, David Parness, Gregory jackson, William Xypteras, Richard MacDonald, Charles Strange,
Alan Weiner, Peter Baumberg, Douglas Smith.
7202 First Row: Meryl Katz, Tracy Wilson, Cindy Bowles, Nancy Mucciarone, Lori Behrman,
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6217 First Row: Iulie Bouytoy, Nancy Wong. Sec-
ond Row: Evan Morris, Mr. Manhard. Missing:
Kristin Evjy. i
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7208 First Row: David Marcus, Barbara Sherman, Claudia Moore. Second 3
ROW: Adam Malesonf Sarah Wankf Dr' Frelmafckf Am Singh' 6114 First Row: Stuart Taylor. Second Row: Edwin Shaffer, Mr. Shohet
lu n iors
3112 First Row: Cathy Gennert, Paul Kelley, Frances Orman. Second Row: Ian Carter, Mr.
Haberman, Steve Wank, Claire Dennis, Maxine Effenson, Ann Riceman, Andrea Wolff,
7210 First Row: Wendy Shahon, Barbara Waldstein, Lisa Schuster, Cheryl Oppenheim, john Long, Patrick
Silverstrone, Michael ljams. Second Row: Mr, Heck, Susan Lerbinger, joan Butera, Lisa Castleman, Lisa Elman,
johanna Stevenson, jamie Popkin, Kevin Garcia, Elaine Aronson,Peter Hackel, Greg volpe,R0ger Sandman, josh
Ehrlich, David Waldman, Steven Silk.
7106 First Row: Stanton King, Brenda Trask, joanne English, Maya Golomb, Lee Sherman, Debbie Graff, Todd Del-
campo, Gary Simon, Mrs. McChesney, Lisa Hurley. Second Row: jimmy Martin, Amy Gould, Brad Evjy, David Kirschtel,
Andy Wise, Stuart Sklar, jimmy Sullivan, Mark Newhook, Simon Longson, Grant Bethel.
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7204 First Row: Cindy Kandar, Doreen Wiest, Howard Cooper, junko Matsusaka, jodie Zussman.Second
Row: Timothy Williams, Cindy Arafe, Donald Mayer, Lisa Fisher, Arthur Gould, judith Shriberg, Frank
Otten, Elizabeth Bailen, james Quinan, Ms. Moretti.
7205 First Row: Debbie Sherter, Rowena Washington, Lisa Chesler, Adrienne Jackson, Lisa Sneider,
ludi Elovitz, jeff Bellin, Billy Ling. Second Row: Ms. Katz, Debbie Paches, Ronnie Lombardo, jimmy
Hendrix, lean Kaplan, Wendy Baron, Daniel Shaen, Gian Cristello, james Hooker.
2102 First Row: Buthaiana Shukri, Mary Duffy, Andrea Battit, Anna Portnoy, Cindy Kirshen, Deborah
Gerry Coughlin, Brian Cooper, Mike O'Brien. Missing: Karen Botti, Pamela Berman, Shelly Adelson.
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7109 First Row: ludy Herzog, Kaarl Waalewyn, Mark Olsen, Steve Karlin, Gregory Soyka, Paul Anastasia, Donald
Skerry, Charles Duncan. Second Row: Mrs. Hennessey, Holly Rosenfield, Holly Sweet, Sylvia Kamowitz, Barbara
Long, Craig Marietti, Adam Levin, Donald Moore, Richard Garber, Larry Leavitt, Paul Owens, john Butera, Lisa
Natale, Debbie Silverstrone, Tracy Arcuri, Carol Pfau.
Newman, Ned Komar. Second Row: Mrs. Robinson, Amy Fagin, Wendy Kaplan, Steven Wax, Alan Levine.
Third Row: Diedre McQurrin, Elizabeth Greene, Patricia Scanlon, janet Shapiro, Linda Kelfer. Fourth Row:
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A'sst Housemaster Mr. Merrill
Housemaster Mr. Wicks
Secretary Mrs. Lofchie Secretary Mrs. Marazzi
2103 First Row: john Mitchell, jennifer Peck. Second Row: Alan Martlin, Steven Avruch, Deborah
Garfinkle, Gary Kessler. Third Row: Linda Shapiro, Marian Gail, Deborah Savoy, Gail Gentile, Ms.
6202 First Row: Megan Pobst, Karen Belden, Elise McMahon,Robert Seeham. Second Row: Lisa Meinhart, Cheryl Rivers, Karen
English, Barbara Fallows, Debra Gammerman, Lee Schiff. Third Row: lay Schertzer, Melissa Belz, Stephen Phillips, Marjorie
Schwalb, Mr. Swerling, Charlie Shapiro, Beth Willis, David Fogel, Elaine Mazza, Stanlake Samkange.
6206 First Row: Ralph Sherman, Matthew Malone, David D'Angelo. Second Row: Robert Ginsberg, Stuart Levy, lim Holzman,
Richard Waks, Paul Cutler. Third Row: Vicki Kingsbury, Wendy Atwood, Sheryl Richardson, Sandy Schoem, Andrea Satin,
Mrs. Malone, Sara Stavis, Sarah Hagan, Susan Spinks, ludy Grant.
6108 First Row: David Shulman, Stacy Kahn, Susanne Stollar, Debbie Signore, Betsy Modest. Second Row: Eddie Gordon, Bill Maletz,
Mike Noymer, Merryl Greene, Mr. Glickler, Toni Cushner, Tom Holbik, Ilene Goodman, Charlie Seested, Mitch Green. Missing: lody
Inman, Bill Kuzer.
3156 First And Only Row: Sarah Longson, Fred Martinangelo, Bruce Marcus, Brad Brilliant, Sippy Seletz, Bob
Peters, Ron Scheinin, Karen Coffey, Howard Sammuels. Missing: Mr. Lampert.
6207 First Row: Margie Sagan, Roberta Weiner, Karen Boudrw, Second Row: Pamela Flash, Barbara Fitzgerald, Louise Lasson, Nell Scovell, Elenor
Cambell, Laura Seasholes, Ariela Bardi, Third Row: Straten Pagounis, lay Geller, Hugh Kinsellagh, Scott Seidman, Rich Davidson, Mr. Erdman,
Bob Cohen, Steven Shapiro, Mike Kelfer, lim Leven, Mike Westercamp. Missing: Donnie Dolph.
6117 First Row: Lauren Wilson, Andy Zaff. Second Row: john 6105 Charles Hickson, Mr. Merrill, Marcy Polan.
Fraser, Mr. Bent, jeff jakes. Missing: Dorothy Panagacas, Mark
Scheingold, Betsy Richmond.
3208 First Row: Mr. Chaisson, julius Starleman, Amir Levy, Greg Chaloff, Mary DeAngelis, Robert Dery, janet Tedeschi,
David Berger, Laurie Sandler, Barry Lipsett, Rosalyn Lezberg, Billy Stuart, john Koopman, Allison Black, Susan Cohen.
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6208 First Row: john Dankese, joe Daniele, jill Korsakov, Stephanie Kahn, joseph Bibbo, Cheryl Troup, Kathy Riley, Karen Crowley,
Adam Shamban. Second Row: jane Lipson, Lia Emmanuel, Claudia Murrow, Nat Heard, Mike Hernandez, Tad Baum, Amy Kuthen,
Laurie McGreevy, David Gordenstein, Michael Stollar, john Somberg.
6102 First Row: Mark D'Angelo, jer-
ry Urdang, Kenneth Green, loanne
Rivers, Ellen Dippo, Naomi
Berkowitz, Anjali Dandeker, Ms.
Hersey. Second Row: William Mala-
mud, David Miller, Daniel Shiman,
6103 First Row: Audrey Landay, Pam Friedman, Marcia Knopf, Marjorie Danapoly, Barbara Dixey, Catherine Munahon,
Leanne Goldman, Mark lsenberg. Second Row: Debbie Spielman, Lisa Lampert, Mr. Steeves, Faith Dana, Claire
Leavenworth, Danny Paisner, Danny Freedman, Marc Weinstein, Michael Lerner, Dean Kahr.
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6204 First Row: Laura MacDonald, Betsy
Davidow, Pam Savoy, Mr. Cornblatt. Sec-
ond Row: lean Whitney, Ellen Freedman,
lanet Fishstein, Sue Block, Bob More-
house, David Hurley. Third Row: Stacey
Lion, jimmy Yarin, Karen Parker, Frances
Rudnick, David Diette, Steven Litwin,Mark
Susan Koffman, Catherine Morris,
Aaron Wasserman, Rodger Cohen,
6205 First Row: Vickie Feldstein, Diane
Applebaum, Dina Levy, loyce Liber-
farb, Amy Rubin. Second Row: Steven
Dresner, Ms. Hansberry, Mary Sheri-
dan, Ellen Connors, Christine Clark,
jim Patriarca, lason Hoffman, Mark
Manfredi, Paul Daniele. Missing: Bob
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6104 First Row: Robert Ross, Brian Cirodman, Ricky Schwartz, john Casper, Mark Rothman, Second Row: Ellen
Korelitz, Robert Wing, Michael Cushner, Cindy Lang, Amy Casper. Third Row: Ann Rasmussen, julie Feldman,
julie Michaels, Linda Arnstein, Emily Atwood, joan Goodwin, Lisa Acker.
6211 First Row: David Lee, Paul Higgins
Bob Levine, Dayton Cox, jeff Shapiro. Sec-
ond Row: Debbie Olds, Sam Resnick, Ka-
ren Fein, Laurie Raphael, Debbie Feldman
Andy Krassin, Alan Cioldman, Nancy Crod-
berg, Ms. Frantz.
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WCOZ is in, WVBF is out.
Commons rooms are in, library is out.
Coors is in, Schlitz is out.
Detention is definitely out.
Metal plates are in when windows are out.
No bathroom stall doors is finally out.
McDonald's will always be in.
Nosejob's are in, braces are out.
ls Ben Levy in?
Calculators are in, sliderules are out.
Proms are finally back in.
Diets are in, C.Iickler is thin.
The cafeteria food will always keep you out.
UMass is in, college is out.
The mall is in, Newton Center is out.
Victory parties are in, but the football team is Mr?
Steve's is in, Brigham's is out.
South is far out!
Class of '76 will always be in!!!
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Editor-in-Chief Business Manager
Brian Levey Richard Henken
Publicity Editor Beth Stone
Boy's Sports Editor
C.iri's Sports Editor
Mr. Donald Shaw
Art and Layout Advisor
Ass't Photo Editor
Ass't Photo Editor
L.. 1 .
First Row: Randi Chudnow, Allison Baird, Lisa Setlin. Second Row: loan Stein, Audrey Getman, lane
Lerner, Buthana Shukri, Wendy Stearns, Danny Berkowitz. Third Row: Bob Goodman, limmy Blum,
jeanne Hoberman, Susan Shapiro, Nancy Tichnor, Amy Rubin, Lee Sherman, Emily Atwood.
Roxanne Faber, Nancy Tichnor, Jeanne Hoberman, Emily Atwood, loan Good-
Ellen Freedman, Louise Cohen, Donna Richman, Lisa Conviser, Lisa Fisher
Nancy Green, Sherri Fastov, Barbie Long, Karen Fine
First Row: jenny lullian, Cheryl Oppenheim, Sylvia Kamowitz,
Marcy Fertel, Robyn Stiller. Second Row: Bob Goodman, Steven
Bern, Helaine Cohen, jane Lipson, Cindy Polansky
First Row: Robyn Stiller, Debbie Dubinsky, Ken Heideman, Mark
Signore. Second Row: Debby Schultz, David Bolaffi, Alan Budd.
Missing: Beth Gotchberg, Donna Erlichman, Kevin Blank.
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First Row: Linda Rubin, Lauri Goldberg. Second Row: ludy Green,
First Row: David Katz, David Lee, Richard Brodie, Robert Brodie, Scott Wollins. Second Row: Michael Fridmann, Ralph Sherman,
Alan Weiner, Lenny Norton, Kei Kishimoto, David Schiffman, Third Row: Brad Brilliant, Barry Paul. Eric Dana, Robert Sacks, Dan
Shiman. Rourth Row: Mr. Erdmann, Doug Baird, Steven Hoberman, Eric Feigenson, Ted Touchstone, David Kamowitz, Steven
Bern, Stan Samkange.
GlRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIGN
First Row: Debbie Spielman, jenny Taub, Patti Cutler. Second Row: Buthana Shukri, Cheryl Wenning, Chris Castellanos,
Susan Horwitz, Barbie Long. Third Row: Diane Wilcox, Faith Dana, Kiki Farrish, Naomi Berkowitz, Eleanor Campbell, Lisa
PRODUCTIO R DIO SHOW "SOUTH
MANAGERS HIGH SPEAKS"
First Row: Susan Rifkin, Debby Schultz, Anna Portnoy, Second First Row: Nancy Toy, Mike Kosowsky, Mike Miller, Helaine Clayton, Second
Row: julie Ratner. Missing: Susan Robinson. Row: Wayne Gateman, David Fox, Ken Heideman, James Robinson. Third Row:
jim Goodman, Tom Meville, Alan Budd, Rob Segal. Missing: Michele Press.
RUSS AN CLUB
One of the most dramatic achievements in US - Russo
diplomacy and technology was the Apollo-Soyuz link-up in
space, july, 1975.
First Row: Billy Maletz, Richard Green, Dianne Marion, Cheryl Kaufman, Marcy Fertel, Mrs. Eisenhower. Missing: Cindy Polansky.
Pubiibhea .... ....
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CUTLER HOUSE COUNCIL
First Row: Susan Robinson, Cindy Polansky. Second Row: Audrey Getman, Brian Levey, Bob Goodman.
Third Row: jordan Blinder, jon Zoll, Evan Benjamin, Steve Hall, jeff Rubin, Tom Alsup, Faculty Advisor
MGDEL U.N. CLUB
First Row: Danny Braverman, Michele Press, Robert Cohen, Lisa Castleman. Second Row: Thea Lee, Faculty
Advisor Mr. Levy, Alice Scovell, Andy Cohen, Nell Scovell, Ellen Freedman, David Ryter. Third Row: Bob Pershe,
jimmy Goodman, Dan Miller, Arthur Ciacchella, David Alexander, Hugh Kinsellaugh, Howie Castleman.
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First Row: Richard Brodie, Eric Feigenson, Steven Hoberman. Second Row: David Kamowitz, Mr. jameson
POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB
First Row: lon Averback, Steven Hall, Robert Katz, lim Goodman, Ned Komar. Second Row: Kei
Kishimoto, Robert Morehaus, Pres. David Alexander, Denis Bauke, Steven Rosenthal, Arthur
Ciacchella, Carol Sugarman. Missing: David Kamowitz, Danny Miller, Mark Signore, Michael
Kosowsky, Dan Bernstein, Wayne Gateman, Gary Abramson, Harlan Green, Don Germaise,
Dave Ryter, Emily Feldman, Ralph Sherman, Bob Becker.
PING PONG CLUB
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First Row: jeff Peak, Per Leonardson, Gerell, Paul jackson, jeff Shapiro, Bob Becker, jove Berger. Second Row:
Mr. jameson, Amair Levy, jeff Shufro, Larry Fishman, Mark Scheingold, Eric Catsimpoolas, Sung Pak, Ruurd
Fontein, Kenny Green.
BLACK STUDE T UNIO
First Row: joey Royster, jimmy Foster, Roni Cunningham, Debbie jackson. Second Row: Charles Smith, Renee
johnson, Brian Price, Lisette Brown. Third Row: Kevin Garcia, jim McCall, Kim Rucker, Nicie Herron, Ronny
Thompson, Vivian Lee, Shirley Lennon, Mickey Atkins, jim Martin.
WHERE THE PALE MOON SHINES
Henry Berry Lowrie ..,,...
Steve Lowrie ..
Luke Locklear .
john Sanders ...............
THE THREE FOOLISH VIRGINS:
Miss Sarah .,...
Miss Sue .,.
. Harlan Green
.. Peter Levine
... Lori Furman
. Michele Press
.. jill Mackavey
. . Laura Stachel
Tommie .... ... Amy Gould
Gracie Bell .......,............... ....... L aurie Gluntz
Cousin Cling ....,.......,,,.........,.. Randy Grossman
THE UNDOIN' OF BARBARA ALLENi
Barbara Allen ....,......,.............. Wendy-lo Belcher
Mrs. Allen ......,.......,......... ......... C indy Vasil
Edna ..,...,.. ... Gigi Rosenberg
Mrs. Summey . Lisa Robinson
Mrs. Bergen ...... .... A my Tighe
Preacher Haggler .. ..... Larry Sloane
Smelicue ......... .... I ay Schertzer
Hank .... .... D avid Schulman
Marvin . . . .... Per Leonardsson
CHORUS AND CONGREGATION
Sheryl Lipson Choreographer
Debbie Zussman Ass't Choreographer
Mr. Norman Swerling
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Charles Foster Kane - "It would be fun P' 4 H'
to own a newspaper." '
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Abby Creenbaum, Andrew Cohen Louise Cohen
Co-Editors-in-Chief Ass't Features Editor
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Bill Greene, Michael Miller, Co-Editorial Editors, Susan Shapiro, Exchange Edi- lim Robinson, News Editor
tor Robert Sacks, Ass't News Editor
Ken Goldberg, Features Editor
Barbara Fischbein, Copy Editor
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Howie Weiss, Asst. Features Editor, Gigi Rosenberg, Ronnie
Miller, Co-Fine-Arts Editors, Carol Sugarman, Clubs Editor
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David Ryter, Dan Berkowitz, Business Editors, Alice Scovell, Busi- Harlan Greene, Robin Tapper, Co-Community Affairs Editors
ness Manager, Michelle Press, Circulation Editor, lane Sandler,
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David Fox, Ass't Photo Editor Karen Lamack, Ass't. Production Editor
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Susan Steinberg, Ass't Sports Editor
A DIG VISUAL
First Row: David Fox, Lenny Norton, Nancy Toy, Howard Samuels, Wayne Gateman. Second Row:
David Miller, Paul Duggan, Ralph Sherman. Missing: Michele Freidman, Charley Shapiro, Rob
Bickelman, Barbara Belt, lim Ralston, Beverly Shlager, Mike Steinberg, Ted Branoff, Mrs. Macavoy.
First Row: judy Nisson, Susan Lerbinger, Audrey Garret, Margaret Bartlett. Second Row: Director
Lenny Schnabel, Franny Osman, Kathy Harakas, Steve Hall, Pam Wood. Third Row: Kei Kishimoto,
Sarah Hagan, lim Levin. Missing: Marcia Pinansky, Lynda Seletsky, David Gordenstein, Danny
l TERNATICNAL CLUB
First Row: Denis Bauke, Rosalyn Lezberg, julie Ratner, Elizabeth Talis, Anjali Dandekar, Pattie Pava, Sherri Federbush, Ray
Madoff, Ms. Shinn. Second Row: David Lam, Gigi Rosenberg, jo Dery, Sue Horwitz, Laurie Mcgreevy, jill Mackavey, Vicki
Eeldstein, Emily Atwood. Third Row: Roberta Weiner, Sara Rubenstein, Danielle louvenal, Sung Pak, Per Leonardsson, Stanlake
Samkange, Cheryl Weiner, Corel Erickson. Missing: Lawrence Klein, lay Labourene, Paul Manasian, Katy Monahun, Debbie
Miranda, Mr. Olsen, Selena Wong.
First Row: Michael Kosowsky, Barbara Fischbein, Harlan Green, Betsy Young. Second Row: Louise Cohen, Donna Richman,
ry Fireman, Claire Nesdall, Chuck Kaufman, Laura Prager, Carol Phillips, Danny Berkowitz. Missing: Richard Brunell.
EXPLORERS CLUB ll
The Explorers Club ll was founded lOy! Was we lostl by Peter G. Richter. tHe lives in room 4218 and sympathy cards
should be sentl. lt is a non-profit tHa, Ha, Hal, non-sectarian tno secretariesl, no-skill-needed, all incompassing
leveryone needs a compass! dis-organization. Membership is open to ayone who wishes to climb mountains, learn how
to ski or snow-shoe, and enjoy a few days out in the woods with a bunch of warm, friendly, crazy people. As of yet, no
one who dislikes the E.C. ll has been found lwe usually like to leave them up in the mountainsll.
Highlights of the trips so far are:
The Marvelous Manadock Mountain Meander: Actually, it wasn't the mountain we were interested in as much as the
382,612 cute Boy-Scouts climbing!!!! The greenery was just beautiful!!! So were the leaves! Everyone had a chance-to
see the beautiful autumn foliage. For this trip, it was a great fall.
Hey Hey Hey is For Humans: Thirty-six explorers were buried under 3 bales of straw - and that ain't hey, folks! They
were carried by a wagon manned by 2 swift steeds clip-clopping at a mighty pace of 2 miles per day lthat includes
manure maneuversl thru country roads and setting sun. The E.C. Il relaxed while the wagon kept on truckin'. We sang
our hearts out with a rousing patriotic chorus of our school anthem.
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First Row: Christine Castellanos, Sarah Stavis, Gail Finkelstein, Debby Gordon, Ann Pernice, Lisa Singer. Second
Row: Joyce Liberfarb, judy Shriberg, Doug Abbey, Evan Benjamin, jimmy Quinn, Leslie Englander, Nina Kochs.
Third Row: Roger Sandman, Mark Maletz, Laurie Maccreevey, Frances Rudnick, Gary Fleischer, jill Cibella, Linda
Kelfer, Helaine Cohen, Emily Atwood.
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Corel Ericson, Stanlake Samkange, Mrs. Clark, Charles Strange, john Stomberg.
First Row: Marsha Holzman, Naomi Berkovitz, Maura Fitzgerald, Margie Skalsky, Vicki Richman, Debbie Dubinsky.
Second Row: Rosalyn Lezberg, Susan Shapiro, leff Shapiro, Leigh Tucker, Peter Ezrin. Third Row: Felicia Ollivierre, julie
Ratner, Daniel Berkowitz, Paul Markovitch, Don Germaise, David Berger.
First Row: jackie Levy, Susan Baseman, Holly Rosenfield, Laura Bloom, ludi Elovitz, Cheryl Oppenheim. Second Row:
Steven Filler, Lisa Chesler, Debbie Pachus, Cindy Moan, Anne Rasmussen, Arti Singh, Dina Levy. Third Row: Andy Wise,
Gary Stoloff, Barbara Waldstein, Roberta Weiner, Sippy Seletz, Stanford I. Chesler, Ronna Miller, Shelley Pearlstein,
james Robinson, Mr. Glickler. Missing: Ellen Freedman, Beth Paul.
UNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE
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First Row: jenny Lanes, Lisa Conviser, Lee Sherman. Second Row: loyce Liberfarb, Vicki Richman, Beth Paul, Leslie
Englander, Gary Stoloff. Third Row: Stacy Lion, Diane Kaufman, Gary Fleisher, Andy Wise, Richard Garber, Mr.
First Row: Amy Rubin, Betsy Davidow, Dina Levy, Naomi Berkovitz, Tom Alsup. Second Row: Ellen Freedman,
Mike Cushner, Judi Elovitz, Ronnie Koning, Lisa Fisher. Third Row: Frances Rudnick, Susan Israel, David Frim,
josh Erlich, Mike Stollar.
First Row: Mr. Youngblood, Ruthann Sparrow, Sherry Federbush, jack Phillips, Emily Kaplan Gtandingi. Second Row: Erica Susman, Suzan Shapiro,
Leanne Goldman, Susan lsrael, jenny Lanes. Third Row: jimmy Goodman, Lynda Seletsky, Susan Robinson, jeff Small, Michele Press. Fourth Row: Maya
Golomb, Tamara Bloch.
Editors: Laura Prager, Lisa Robinson.
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First Row: Susan Simches, Maya Golomb, Kathy Parnes, Lee Kulp, lo-Ann Dery, Cindy Taylor, Tobi Pilavin, Debby Goodman, Elaine Fine, Sarah Wank,
Kathy Brauneis, Amy Gould, lanet Fleming. Second Row: Sarah Swenson, Debbie Zussman, Lauri Goldberg, Sheryl Lipson, Gbrel Ericson, Crissy
Taylor, Gigi Rosenberg, jill Saret, Audrey Getman, Allison Baird, Nancy Kasten, Lori Furman, Andrea Satin, Joanne Camann. Third Row: Debby
Garfinkle, Beth Willis, Raelin Fox, Sue Wiggin, Lori Behrman, Nancy Domico, Karen Boudrot, Laura Prager, Patti McLellan, Noreen Anderson, Eve
Minkoff, Wendy-lo Belcher, lill Mackavey, Laura Stachel, Debby Klugerman, Leslie Golov, Peter Levine, David Fogel. Fourth Row: Robert Rothen-
berg, Larry Sloan, Steve Wank, David Bolaffi, Peter Otten, loav Burger, lay Schertzer, Ruffy Krasa, Stuart Ross, Per Leonardson, Eddie Meltzer, Billy
Wright, Gary Abramson, Eric Dana, jack Phillips, David Shulman, Andy Lustig. Missing: Cynthia Vasil, ludy Pearlman, Howie Weiss, Don Mayer, Sippy
Seletz, Carol Tercyak, Debbie Miranda, Ava Kaye, Sandy Schoem, Elise Levenson, Liz Talis, Roger Sandman, Carrie Fisher, Adam Grossman, Brian
Gordon, Adam Maleson, Rona Leventhal, Anne Rasmussen, Amy Tighe, Merrell Green, Anna Portnoy, Susan Israel.
First Row: ludy Pearlman, Debbie Goodman, Cynthia Vasil, Toby Pilavin, Sue Simches, Gigi
Rosenberg, Laura Liberman. Second Row: Laura Stachel, jill Mackavey, Wendy Belcher, Leslie
Golov, Fran Rudnick, Ann Rasmussen, jill Saret. Third Row: Steven Kerestzes, Per Leonardsson,
Larry Sloan, Bill Wright, Adam Grossman, Mr. Arner.
CONCERT BA D
First Row: Elaine Fine, Eve Mikoff, Maya Golomb, Gerry Frim, Debra Green, Erica Sussman, Dan Picard. Second Row: Doug Smith, Stan Samkange
jackie Levy, Adam Levin, Don Mayer, Jody Inman, David Lee, Van Howard. Third Row: Mr. Dregalla, Roger Cohen, Dan Romanow, Anna Portnoy,
Cindy Kirshen, Stuart Ross, David Zonderman, Steven Fox. Fourth Row: john Pearson, Peter Derogans, Steve Wank, Dave Shiffman, Neil Grossman,
David Diette, Adam Maleson, Mitch Gordon, Ed Meltzer, Missing: leff Pill.
"Through rain, sleet or snow, the band will always blow."
MARCHI G BAN
First Row: Nancy Nathanson, Lisa Dicarlo, Sherri Federbush. Second Row: Jackie Simms, Laurie
Brecher, Patty Riley, Beth Gochberg, Susan Larson, lody Kaufman, Nina Epps. Third Row:
Adam Levin, David Schiffman, Erica Sussman, lo-Ann Dery, Anna Portnoy, David Lee. Fourth
Row: Donald Mayer, Beth Willis, Stuart Ross, Dan Romanow, Mitchell Gordon. Fifth Row:
David Zonderman, Stan Samkange, Michael Miller, Ray Madoff, jeff Pill. Sixth Row: Roger
Sandman, Steve Wank, Per Leonardsson. Missing: Eileen Sullivan, Eddie Meltzer, Eve Min-
koff, Van Howard, Steve Fox, Doug Smith, Cindy Taylor, Elaine Fine.
STUDE T FACULTY FORUM
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First Row: Barbara Fischbein, Susan Shapiro, Nancy Tichnor, leanne Hoberman, Gary Abramson, Dana Weisman. Second Row: Franny Osman, Betsy
Davidow, Betsy Modest. Third Row: Ms. Bershad, Mr. Van Seasholes, Michael Kosowsky, Michael Miller, Mrs. Ravenscroft, Howie Weiss.
"'It is time for a new generation of leader-
ship to cope with new problems and new
opportunities, for there is a new world to
be won."' john Fitzgerald Kennedy
COMPUTER L B ASSISTANTS
First Row: Doug Baird, Richard Brodie. Second Row: Eric Feigenson, David
Regulu Photo Staff
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First Row: Doug Baird, Eric Feigenson Photo Editor, Steve Menzer Assistant Photo Editor, Craig Brown.
Second Row: Steve Carter, David Fox. Missing: Steve Garfinkle Photo Editor.
First Row: Debby Newman, Abby Greenbaum, Susan Zeiger, Ronna Miller. Second
Row: Vicki Feldstein, Mrs. Dollase, Peter Baye, Sharon Shapiro.
You're not getting older, you're getting better
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First Row: Laurie Brecher, Liz Kellner, Louise Cohen, Ellen Freedman, Mrs. Monderer. Second Row:
Ronna Feinstein, Donna Richman, Karen Leavitt, Steve Wax. Third Row: Peter Baye, Steven Avruch,
Beth Gochberg, Robyn Stiller, jeff Menzer, Rona Leventhal, Robert Wennett, Tom Melville, David
EWTON EDUCATIO AL WORKSHOP
First Row: Paula Kahn, Roz Lezberg,Carson Milgroom, Roberta Weiner, Donna Lanes, Ray Madoff. Second Row: jeff
Menzer, Kathy Parnes, Cheryl Weiner, lenny Lanes, Vicki Feldstein, Betsy Davidow, Ronna Miller, Gary Wyner. Third
Row: Cathy Genert, Connie Pristera, Paul Manasian, lack Phillips, Nancy Weiner, Lisa Kaufman, Fourth
Row: Roger Sandman, Sue Zeiger, Howie Weiss, Nell Scovell, Peter Baye. Missing: Michele Press, Richard Brunell, Thea
Lee, Sherri Federbush, Laura Stachel, Diane Kaufman.
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Caplan, john lunda, Debby Schultz, Steven Kaplan, Wendy Stearns. Third Row: jeff Rubin, Charlie
Strange, Mark Signore, led Handspicker, Sandy Greenburg, David Bolaffi, Carson Milgroom, Dennis
Bauke. Missing: Kevin Blank, Curt Kohlberg, Alex Berger, Steven Auerbach, Eric Mann, Bruce Moore,
Mark Podolsky, Ken Heideman.
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First Row: Steve Auerbach, Matt Avruch. Second Row: Howie Weiss, Michael Battista, Stew Satter.
Lydia Puckett .,.
Lucius Atherton .
Mrs. Purkapile ..
Mrs. Williams ...
Mrs. Charles Bliss
Griffy The Cooper
Mickey M'Grew .
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Anne Rutledge .
The Cptician ...
Mabel Osborne .
SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY
River Anthology Cast
........ Harlan Green
. . . Don Germaise
.. Erica Slessinger
... Harlan Green
.., Anna Portnoy
. , . Peter Otten
.r,,. Tobi Pilavin
., Laura Liberman
.. Gary Abramson
... . Kathy Parnes
... Cindy Kirshen
. . .......... Sue Israel
.. ..... Carol Kaufman
..... Ted Granoff
...... Sue Zeiger
. Anne Rasmussen
Yankee Doodle Dancers
Sheryl Lipson Sara Swenson
The South High Dixieland Band
Clarinet Ned Komer
Mike Miller Drums
Trombone Mitch Gordon
jeff Pill Piano
Tenor Sax Billy Wright
Rogers Van Howard
Special Thanks To
Ernest Chamberlain N.S.H.S. Custodians
Ron Berman Myron Lipson
Len Schnabel Lester Gediman
Mike R. Phone
Louis Paul Patriacca
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Louis Paul Patriacca was one of the most familiar faces around Newton South. He
worked constantly and diligently to make our school a brighter, more enjoyable
place in which to live and learn. After being transferred from Newton South a
few years ago, he chose to return when given the chance. Always cheerful and polite
to those whom he saw while he was working hard on the job, Paul was indeed
devoted to both his job and the entire Newton South community. The students and
faculty of Newton South shall miss Paul Patriacca, a man who made Newton South a
bit a more pleasant. We honor his memory.
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45 juniper Lane
f'True happiness consists not in
the multitude of friends, but in
the worth and choice."
82 Miller Road
"A specialist is one who knows
more and more about less and
less until he knows absolutely
everything about absolutely
Wal, Eol, SDS, ES, quat, the key,
Star Trek, Donuts, you shouldof
nunthat, Naidl, RSTS, well you
know, Tank, Smoots l364.4 + 1
earl, well of course you're right.
20 Trowbridge Street
john Carl Amicangioli
837 Boylston Street
Remember the Friday nights at
Friendly's, spitballs, L.A., V. par-
ties, Cruzin' in the purple-Shea
box, The Corner, Circuit, Mud-
bowl '75, skipping school and
class, Go Bazooto, Buckin'
Spucky, Sunday night sand-
wiches at Barry's, Good Luck to
the gang at the Corner, keep in
touch. Good Luck Cindy and
Barry, B.C. and T.C., all the gang,
Football 1,2,3g Wrestling 2,35 La-
Noreen Mary Anderson
56 Woodcliff Road
I will always remember my
friends who showed me how to
love, to see through times so
hard and know the sun's above.
The art room people are such a
part of me, my family and the
romans, most of all Amy and Lisa,
good times are all we've had.
Eliot Steven Andler
14 Renee Terrace
Always remember good times at
the corner, G.C., Mac's, Pino's,
Baseball games, V. parties, Wal-
pole, Drive-ins, Flicks, The num-
ber. Special thanks to: Ernie D.,
B.W., L.P., G.S., Bones, M.H.,
F.T., Bobo, Wilson, and the gang
at work, the Barn Gang, and all
my friends. SAFI
20 Trowbridge Street
214 Langley Road -4'
Matthew Evans Avruch
48 Duxbury Road
"The only way to have a friend is
to be one."
All the great times with the gang
- G.M., P.S., LG., l.B., BJ., A.B.,
L.K. Spring '75 with l.Z. Florida
'75 with BJ. and P.S.
Golf 10,11 Captain 12, Ski team
11,125 Soccer 10,12
james A. Babson
1128 Chestnut Street
Hanging out in cafe, Mack Her-
ron in Halls, looking at girls, talk-
ing about girls, the Hangout, Ho-
jo's, haunted house, friends:
L.M., B.H., D.C., B.B., P.H., l.G.,
G.L., C.F. Baseball 2,3 Cafe 1,2,3
Douglas H. Baird
31 Locke Road
"I assert that cosmic religious ex-
perience is the strongest and no-
blest driving force behind scien-
tific research .,. the only deeply
religious people of our largely
materialistic age are the earnest
men of research."
Steven 1. Auerbach Keith August
22 Louise Road 182 Hartman Road
Wheeler Goodwin "Augie"
Baseball 1, Golf 2,3, Skiing 2,3 I will always remember: R.G.,
H.M., May 21, Laurie, Needham
and the boys, MACS, my charg-
er, coronet and yamaha, cruisin'
oldies, Hangin' around, Reids,
Hi-Pos, school?, and fun.
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Carol joy Balcanoff
115 Upland Road
"If there's something you want
very much. You must let it go
free, if it doesn't come back. It
was never really yours, if it does:
love it forever."
laughs with Eo, T-ville, the cor-
ner, Sav, Shrewsbury, Nantasket,
New years, parties, Summer '75,
and my family.
Carl Edward Barnett
36 Theodore Road
There are two ways to live life -
eat, drink, and be merry for to-
morrow you die and live life by
challenging all and don't look for
tomorrow, or to live life the best,
lead a challenging one but allow
time to eat, drink, and be merry
Sarah Margaret Bartlett
93 Plymouth Road
Survival took us separate ways
But through the years the
Within my mind of how we
When we first had our pictures
We thought the dream would
But now we don't have to
That we will all succeed.
Bananas - P.W., K.H., L.S.,
Michael Harrison Barber
29 Lovett Road
Roxbury Latin School
Cars are nice, but I like violins.
Susan Marie Barry
65 Oxford Road
I don't know what your destiny
will be but one thing I know, the
only ones among you who will
be truly happy are those who
have sought and found how to
Much thanks to my parents, fam-
ily, and friends. Good luck,
51 Pontiac Road
If you love something - set it
If it comes back - it's yours.
If it doesn't - it never was.
Much luck to the gang.
Keep dicking those quishtia
ludy, I always save the best for
last and forever. Thanks for be-
ing there and for being you. Me,
Denis Herman Bauke
18 Chase Street
"It was the best of times, it was
the worst of times."
Craig Evan Behrman
21 Placid Road
To all my friends and
You are truly the best.
I hold you dear,
So please stay near,
To hell with all the rest.
61 Donna Road
"Don't you feel the day is
That will stay and remain,
When your children see
answers that you saw the
When clouds have all gone,
there will be no more rain,
And the beauty of all things is
Sarah, Caaron, Donna, jill, Beth,
Ernie C., David V., ludy M.
Elizabeth Dorothy Belden
130 Ridge Avenue
"The hills and the sea and the
The world of man dances in
laughter and tears."
May Arts 1,2,3, Explorer Club Il 3
Daniel I. Berkowitz
140 Vine St.
"Don't believe what your eyes
are telling you. All they show is
limitation. Look with your un-
derstanding, find out what you
already know and you'll see the
way . . ."
Denebola, 10,11, 12, French
Club, 10,11,12, junior and Senior
Class Committees, Theatre Arts
jeffrey Alan Bennett
39 Cottonwood Rd.
Never forget good times at
Wheeler, V parties, weekends,
summer of '75'. Good luck to
Goldie, Greg, Lenny, Bruce, Phil,
and Matt. Thanks to all the peo-
ple who made this year a great
one for me. And a special thanks
to Newton South for all the good
Steven David Bern
140 Dudley Rd.
"For everything you have
missed, you have gained some-
thing else, and for everything
you have gained, you lose some-
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Chess Team, 1,2,3, Tennis Team,
1,2,3, Environmental Science,
1,2,3, Explorers Club, 2,3, Regu-
lus, 3, Prom Committee, 3
Dan S. Bernstein
17 Halcyon Rd.
So to Speak
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David Roger Bernstein
25 Longfellow Rd.
Activities: Track, 10,11, Tennis,
10,11, junior Class Committee
Thanks to all my teachers and
friends who have made these
three years, three of the great-
est. Benny, Rocco, Carol, Val,
FA, DB, ll, MS, DR, GF, CB, CK,
KB, V, PM, AB, HK, DB, and LR.
"Tomorrow life is too late: live
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Michael David Berzon
135 Nleshobe Rd.
Wheeler "Big Red"
"A friend is a fellow who knows
all about you and still likes you."
Faculty Award, 1,2 Varsity Club,
2 Treasurer, 3 Football, 1,2,3
Wrestling, 1,2,3 Track 1,2,3.
34 Channing St.
"Moot and light-hearted l take
to the open road, healthy, free,
the world before me, the long
road before me leading wherev-
er l choose."
l'll always remember .
- closest friends
- classes full of jokes l4th
quarter, ACE, I.M.l
- summer of '75'
- june 22, 1975
- A.B. 8K D.W. forever.
303 Upland Ave.
"Memories are only as valuable
as the value you place upon
Fond memories of Linda and
happy times at Wheeler.
Kevin L. Blank
996 Walnut St.
"Knowledge is a first-rate piece
of furniture for a man's upper
chamber, if he has common
sense on the ground floor."
"Remember to be thoughtful of
people on your way up, you'll
meet them on your way down."
Happy futures to my many
friends at South.
50 jane Road
james D. Blum
1370 Beacon St.
31 Carl Street
Carol A. Bradley
38 Lakewood Rd.
"There's no time to delay, we've
got to live for today, l've got so
much to give, there is so much
to say . . ."
Always remember: Good times
with ETMWGOCBSPCGSF, Cor-
ner, V-parties, Allison, t-ville,
New Years, Nantasket, GDB,
cruisin', S8iB, 264-1SNight,
52874lAD, XOXOXO to B Gang.
David Andre Bolaffi
272 Quinobequin Rd.
Indoor Track, 2,3 Outdoor
Track, 2,3 House Manager, 3
Concert Choir, 1,2,3
"In the jungle, the mighty jun-
gle, the Lion sleeps tonight."
Remember: Track meets, Sydnie
81 Benji, The Esplanade 81 Tom
Rush, Beach Boys 81 Chicago,
Keda, Kev, MARKA, ll, all my
friends, and always Debby plus
all the good times we had.
31 Savannah Avenue
Thanks Mrs. Hansberry
You're a smoken lady
Mr. Glicker Thanks
You're alright with me.
Students of the future
Strive for only the best
lt's out there for you, just go get
Good Luck Sandy
Everybody in the B.S.U,
338 Langley Road
Daniel A. Braverman
118 Glen Ave.
Education liberates by uncover-
ing the areas of freedom within
the iron cage.
A salute to Michael Furey.
"Welcome, O life! I go to en-
counter for the millionth time
the reality of experience and to
forge in the smithy of my soul
the uncreated conscience of my
19 Chandler Place
159 Nehoiden Rd.
A lot of good times with Lisa D.
Especially in my sophomore
year, Lisa, jerry, Dave, Bill, Dave.
Richard Mark Brunell
52 lune Lane
Thanks to .. . my mentor, W.A.,
who got me started on "the stuff
of life." my friend, B.N.L.,
whose help has been invaluable
my best friend, R.H., for all
the years . , . the staff of
souTHPAw my friends,
family, and someone else.
Alan Scott Budd
224 Jackson St.
"I'm just Beginning To See
Now I'm On My Way ,.."
The Moody Blues
The Game in Leominster. "VAD"
to "CASH" to the "H". and the
"MOUSE" saves. 4-2! Thanks to
Mom and Dad and Nan.
35 Samoset Rd.
"You can't always get what you
want, but if you try sometime
you just might find, you get what
Laurie Ellen Brecher
22 Broadlawn Park
"le m'en vais chercher un grand
Memories . . . Ski 72-SR, Feb. 75
Outlook-SR, BG, SS, Burglar LG,
Ml Bday, Chinatown-IK, Cas.
Corner-EB. Tom Taxi, Cougar,
Flo 73-75 DD. Hsq.-HD, Gst-NN,
BR Scene-LC. Are you optimistic
Thanks to my family and friends.
Cheerleading 3, Enrichment
12 Marshfield Rd.
Trainer 3 years. I leave with fond
memories of cruisin' from
McDonalds to Dunkin Donuts
before the start of G Block.
Afternoons in the training room,
and Friday nights at the Drive in.
Looking forward to the "76"
Olympics with Kevin, Saab, and
Charles Eliot Burton
101 Adeline Rd.
"Everybody needs a change
A Chance to check out the
But you're the only one to see
The changes you take yourself
Fla. S.H. - Another rented car?
Let's take a ride! Cream on cabs,
65th St. Beach, A.M.'s Pent-
house, What's a B.l.S.? Falling off
banisters!! 550.00 to Dis-
neyworld!!! Weekend Alkies.
Meryl Ann Butters
780 Boylston St.
"Look not with your eyes for
they see only limitations. Rather,
seek with understanding and
you will find much more."
BC, DE, IK, Sybil -- when the
speaker fell Cgooshl - Chuey's
baby sister-cross-country, NL, RS
- Friends like SL, SR-K-bye
Much thanks to a great
family and friends for letting me
Susan Lee Campbell
48 Hazelwood St.
The world is not a pleasant place
to be without someone to hold
and be held
A river would stop its flow if only
a stream were there to receive it
The world is not a place to be
without someone Special love to
Thanks Mom 81 Dad
Steven P. Carter
60 Rokeby Road
"There's a feeling I get when I
took to the West
And my spirit is crying for
And it's whispered that soon if
we all call the tune
Then the Piper will lead us to
g limmy Page, Robert
"It's only teenage wasteland"
Deborah Ruth Cantor
100 Lovett Rd.
Memories may be beautiful
What's too painful to
remember we simply choose
So it's the laughter we will
Whenever we remember the
way we were.
Meryl, Donna, Iody, and Nancy
- Thanks for everything
SBBGBHRLSRASBSMD, Oh Boy
We're In Trouble Now, China-
town and Chooey.
loanne Heidi Camann
24 Elinor Rd.
Memories - Concert Choir, gos-
siping with Cheryl, Sharon,
Debby and Abby, homeroom,
looking for Suzy. "Do you have
any of those little red things?"
Career Cioal - social work or
"I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul."
W. E. Henley
58 Myerson Lane
"There's nothing so reassuring as
a friend's understanding, nor sc
understanding as a friend's reas-
I'll never forget: Friday night
bowling, Friendlys, Dances,
Sharing lockers, "Star", Cutler
Commons, "The Gang", and the
thought that I lived through it all.
I I itil.-igfiie
Steve Cardinal: Wi?"
21 Elliot Terrace
Newton South is a nice place to
visit but I wouldn't want to live
there. Never forget the Drinking
parties in the back parking lot
and the rumbles in the halls with
IT, SF, BG, GTX, partying down
T-Ville with the gang. And also I
leave to Newton South my girl
37 Glenwood Avenue
" Looking Glass is dead. He
who helped the young men is
dead. The children are freezing
to death. Hear me, my chiefs. I
am tired. My heart is sick and
sad. From where the sun now
stands, I will fight no more for-
ever . . ."
""I.'1' V 9' va
fx. M.. ' i
Ronna ludy Cherenson
272 Spiers Road
"For in the home
Where I was created
I find the beginnings
Of the love I have inherited"
Nov. 2, 1974, Vermont, S 81 L,
Larz-A, D 81 M,
.. And always Mark
Barbara Ann Clark
245 Waban Avenue
"Many times I've lied,
Many times l've listened,
Many times I've wondered
How much there is to know."
Always remember "The Door",
the attic, and the kids including
EW., Af., Mi, Et., Kc, LR.,
l-R., L5-, L-I., CS.
David loel Chused
44 Sharpe Road
"To win you must forget
Tolerate the worst of fears
Denounce all other goals you've
To win to face the foe
Declare belief in confidence
Thinking no alternatives."
Never forget, Fah, Wah, Marco,
l.B. Goon, Mel, Lev, my coaches,
and the rest of the guys.
Footballg 1,2,3g Basball, 1,2,3,
L l 1 A
Arthur Paul Ciacchella
63 Indiana Terrace
"Have more than thou showest
Speak less than thou knowest
Lend less than thou owest
Ride more than thou goest
Learn more than thou trowest
Get less than thou throwest
And thou shalt have more than
two tens to a score"
11 Allen Avenue
Debra Lyn Cibella
1711 Beacon Street
"Yesterday is but today's mem-
ory and tomorrow is but today's
dreams." Good times with lots of
people, too many to mention.
All my love to someone very
special to me, Bobby! A special
thanks to - Dad, Mom, Rog, jill,
"And you and I" Yes songs.
Robert joseph Clark
1664 Centre Street
Goodwin "B.C." and "Bob"
Footballg 11,12, Lacrosseg
10,11,12p Gymnastics, 10,11 Cap-
"It's not school I hate it's going
to the classes."
GREAT times cruising town with
Ammo, limbo, B.G., Spick, l.H.,
P.C., and Toni. "Say hey brother
we're headed for New Orleans."
To all juniors: Stay rowdie, you'll
need it next year.
P.S. "Surfing my sport"
336 Lake Avenue
"Life is full of ups and downs,
mostly downs, but if you smile it
makes the ups seem brighter."
I wish I could give back all the
dimes Mr. Nathanson and Mrs.
Garafalo my "housemother",
SFFQ Student Advisory Council,
sports broadcaster, Native
American bicentennial play,
Maryg Oral Histroy Club.
Andrew Hollis Cohen
54 Winston Road
Denebola News Editor, 11 Edi-
tor-in-chiefg 12 Model United
Nations Club Chairman, 10,11,12
Chess Club, 10,11,12 Math
If something is worth doing, it's
worth doing well. I must decide
what's worth doing . . .
240 Country Club Road
Kathy Caren Cohen
26 Westminster Road
Wheeler "Co" and "K.C."
"Don't it always seem to go That
you don't know what you got
'Till it's gone." - Ioni Mitchell
That fine snow, Good times with
S.C. and 7, 100 on 9 with 11,
Coors, Thumbs-up, Radar Love,
7-4-75, Excellent summers at the
Cape, Huh? Who says I?'m
dumb? Thanks, Matt.
Lesley Paula Cohen
11 Wayne Road
"Never be sad for what is over,
be glad it was yours to have."
Summer nights, B.R. scene,
Prom '75, escalators, fireworks,
bees, Ogunquit, 9f20f74, "Take
it easy" - LBRCHDMGDR
Thanks to my parents and friends
for their love and understand-
ing. Most of all jonny.
Louise Esther Cohen
50 Solon Street
"A smiling face is an earth like
A frown can't bring out the
beauty that you are
Love within and you'll begin
smiling . . . I
There're brighter days ahead. . .I
- Stevie Wonder
john Bradley Coleman
42 McCarthy Road
"I was gratified to be able to an-
swer promptly, and I did. I said, 'I
don't know."' - Mark Twain
Flubie ... yellow stang ... walk
down Iullaby lane Parker to
Redwood backwards Octo-
ber 18,1975 7+7:14
Bingo 1 Stowe minus cake
D roadway L.R. the 3,20
... Foxboro ... SWEET.
A-s dl I
Mark F. Comerford
39 Chester Street
Gymnastics, 1,2 Co-Captain, 3,
The beach with Bill, Friday D
block at Ed's, The Corner, john-
ny, Bob C., Bob W., Rich, Tom,
Nat, Barry and Cindy, limbo,
Solly Trowt, Mike, Eliot. All the
Good Times, lThe Circuitl, par-
ties, Mudbowl '75, The Rocks
and Everything else.
David Wayne Costa
20 Linden Street
It wasn't that bad, but it wasn't
that good either. A lot of good
times with good friends. Thanks
for everything: LM BH IB BB CF
TC CG ES IM CB GO E0 CB and
all the rest. Friday nights at
FriendIy's, victory parties, cafe
and the corner.
Football, 1,25 Wrestling, 1,2,3
james K. Crowley
1093 Chestnut Street
Remember the Wall, Hammond,
luly 4th, Back parking lot, mini,
And all my friends: Crash, D.M.,
B.P., D.D., LS., B.T., Bird, L.H.,
Buzzard, NAT, G.S., R.F., D.Y.,
L.B., l.K., L.L., G.X., R.A., W.B.,
S.D., V.F., lon. Leaving two more
Crowleys to come. Remember
all my teachers for teaching me
Deborah A. Cutler
61 Winston Road
"All is changed with time, the
future none can see." - Stevie
Thanks - C.B., l.T., N.K., R.L.,
l.E., D.W., S.R., 69, 67, A.W.,
Family, Mrs. S., Corner, 1233,
Foxboro, tapes, pool hustlers,
Florida, Chick, Summer '74, B
and G's, A.N.'s at mine. l.P. -
We share a cast of characters
from A to Z. M.H. - A real true
7 Wright Road
I can't wait until I get my license.
Kathleen Ann Daley
32 Hale Street
The only people I regret leaving
behind are Mr. MacKerron, Mr.
Youngblood, Mrs. Gonson, loe
Connelly, and Dick Dermody. I
will always remember them. I
have benefited from their
friendships only. As for the rest
of this school - May it rest in
peace. Goodbye to the hill and
Eric I. Dana
22 Esty Farm Road
"Spend your time wisely and live
each day of your life to the ful-
lest. For the only commodity
that can't be bought is time."
Chess Teamg 2,3 Concert Choirg
3 E.P.A., 510.
Thanks to: T.E., D.F., N.K., S.B.,
D.B., D.M., D.S., W.C.., D.H., and
last but not least E.L.
120 Herrick Road
Lisa Ann DiCarlo
316 Langley Road
"It matters not what you are
thought to be, but what you
Varsity Cheerleadingp 2,3 Co-
Ricky - "I love you more today
than yesterday but not as much
as tomorrow." To a special
friend, Kathy - who really lis-
tens. Mom and Dad - Thanks.
Deborah A. DeMichele
20 Wetherell Street
I'Il always remember all my
friends. Elliot Manor - C.L.,
Cooking Class - jay Lynch,
Summer of '74 - j.D'I, going to
North. Most of all the one I love
very much Larry Giorgio - Mas-
ter - I promise I love you now
jo-Ann Carol Dery
110 Woodward Street
I wish for the class of '76 that
their bread may always land pea-
nut-butter side up.
298 Langley Road
Future parking lot attendant.
Deborah Sue Dubinsky
74 Clark Street
Swim Teamg 10 Stage Crew, 10,
Cheerleading, 11,125 junior and
Senior Class Committee, Regu-
lus Staff, 12
BC. - hitting the tree! Hockey
and Soccer games, P.R. - you're
CRRREAT! P.R. 42 - Waban
Square, Maine '74-'75, P.S., M.A.
and everyone else! Football '75.
"Climb high, climb far
Your goal the sky, your aim the
Sharon Beth Dudelson
21 Cavanaugh Path
"To be nobody-else-but-your-
self in a world which is doing it's
best, night and day, to make you
everybody else - means to fight
the hardest battle which any hu-
man being can fight, and never
stop fighting." -- e.e. cummings
25 Old Farm Road
13 Glenmore Terrace
Always remember the wall, ham-
mond, back lot, tree, cape, the
heist, Friday nights out with the
girls. Sunday nights up Timo-
thy's. Never forget K.R. lBirdJ,
B.T., L.B., L.H., L.P., l.S., W.B.,
D.S., SL., D.Y., D.M., G.F., L.C.,
B.P., and all the rest, especially
B.C. and T.P.
Rocio Del Pilar Duenas
5 Forest Street
Yesterday is but a dream
Tomorrow is only a vision.
But today well lived,
Makes every yesterday a dream
And every tomorrow a vision of
Hope is a form of self-deception,
But without it our hearts would
Special thanks to my "mom", Ra-
fael and friends.
94 Ripley Street
Do not wish to be Anything but
what you are, and try to be that
I will never forget - D.P., T.A.,
c.T., QB., i2.A.R., Dc., As.,
A.B., S.K., P.D., for you all have a
very special place in my heart.
And to everyone else in "The
Nina Theresa Epps
20 Bicknell Street
Walk 'with the sun,
Dance at high noon,
And dream when night falls
But when the stars
Vie with the moon,
Then call the lost dream back.
Good Luck in the future to, C.S.,
S.C., RJ., N.H., S.l., DJ., especial-
ly lK.B.l and the rest of the B.S.U.
Debra Marie Ebel
43 Cottage Street
Remember all the good times in
the cafe with Sandy, Val, Tricia,
Patty, PeggylDavidl. The summer
of '74 and the good times down
T-ville. Tricia - Don't forget all
the times in the '66 Chevy.
"Life's a bummer, but what the
Never forget the special times,
Karen Lisa Edelston
38 Cottonwood Road
"look at the sky every day to re-
member the immense freedom
around you ... then look within
yourself to make certain you can
enjoy that freedom .. . "
Memories of: "Magoo", "The
Pink Elephant", "Get down
Gooba!", "Later ", Summer
'75 with AFIK, "Suds, it's been
"None but myself did me any
harm." - Napoleon
v:.:-' Y' 'V dz
Brunnsvagen 28 Kristianstad
A year full of good memories.
Donna loy Erlichman
187 Woodcluff Road
"Be happy with what you have
and are, be generous with both,
and you won't have to hunt for
Love and thanks to l.K., N.L.,
D.C., M.B., for always being
there. I'm bored, K-bye, Chri
stmas - K.H., A.O.K., Sybil, the
telephone. Great times with S.L.,
B.G., S.R., l.K., B.S., M.K., A.H.,
and most of all thanks to my fam-
Sherri Lynne Fastov
15 Carlisle Place
The wind that made the trees
blow gently today May blow
them down tomorrow And the
sea that sends waves crashing on
rocks Will also send them safely
Never forget 12f7!74. Best of
luck to my special friends espe-
cially Soggy. Much love and
memories to Bruce. Thanks so
much, Gaylord, Louise.
"I think I'm falling in love with your queen."
"It's only a paper moon,
Shining over a cardboard sea,
But it wouldn't be make-believe,
If you believed in me."
"How can you thank someone
who has taken you from crayons
A.B. to Y.Z. I love you all.
Cheerleading, Swim Team,
N.E.W., Reflections, posters.
L'Chaim, Live it well.
Ronna Lynne Feinstein
131 Wayne Road
Every time we say hello to some
new encounter we're on our
way toward goodbye.
The distance between those two
words becomes a little less as we
Be aware then that tomorrow is
There is nothing to fear except
the coming of another day. -
Wendy Ellen Fay
27 Littlefield Road
Robert G. Shaw
"When you part from your
friend, You grieve not, for that
which You love most in him may
be Clearer in his absence." -
Summer '74, New Years '75,
M.W., Concerts, great times
with Andrea, Joanne. Thanks to
special friends in Natick, New-
ton, especially B.G. - Thanks for
a special friendship.
3 Whittlesey Road
"To appreciate nonsense re-
quires a serious interest in life."
Chess Club secretary, 2,3, Com-
puter lab assistant, 2,3, Regulus
photographer, 2 Photo Editor, 3
Good luck to D.B., D.A., D.M.,
D.F., D.K., Many thanks to M.F.,
P.S., and especially D.G. without
whom I wouldn't have remained
sane as long as I did.
40 Silver Birch Road
"You must accept people for
what they are and not what you
want them to be."
2 M.S. All those unforgettable
times, it's all for experience.
Mish, Swiz, Mosh and all 12
years. Forever thanx. New York,
Canada, Vineyard. lags, Mocha,
group. Are they there? Supervi-
sors, family and outside interests.
Donald Richard Ferreri
19 Shute Path
Never forget nights with Moke,
Ned, lan, the big Cruzin'
with Mo, Ernie D., 8.1. V - par-
ties with E.D., K.F., in the barn.
Always will remember the good
times with "Big" Faith.
X-Country, 2,3, Hockey, 1,2,3,
f 7 -
1 . 4 9 ,
Marcy Zelda Fertel
15 Van Roosen Road
"Take the time to learn what
others have thought,
Take time to think what others
Take the time to stop awhile, to
see a friend take time to
I love: W.S., T.P., R.L., K.C., '74,
Nefty. She's pulling the plug ...
Bye! l'll drive - Gee you two
talk alike! My friends - I love
you all - Thanks for seeing me
18 Cochituate Road
Barbara S. Fischbein
70 Wendell Road
"Though many of life's
May change from year to year,
Old friendships never change
Except to grow more dear.
And just like cherished
They have a place apart
A place reserved forever
In a corner of the heart."
- Barbara Burrow
Marc B. Fisher
14 Kippy Drive
I'm glad it's over!! See you later
L.V., M.S., B.S., D.W., M.S., l.S.,
E.W.Farewell to the men, we
shall meet again.
1,05 cf' -
.f .I "NUM-mm
Gary D. Fireman
57 Clifton Road
"As we watch the world slowly
turning, with every mistake we
must surely be learning." - Bea-
Summer '75 - LB., Talks, V,
David Marc Fisher
40 Voss Terrace
I'm glad I'm leaving this school, I
could not stand another year. I
leave to this school a sister, and
will never forget R.B., M.K., T.T.
and the corner.
Sure doesn't taste like tomato juice.
lust thinking of a
joshua L. Fliegel
618 Beacon Street
Goodwin "josh - Ernie D."
If South is indeed a micro-soci-
ety which epitomizes the larger
external society, then the
world is screwed. - l.F.
Mountains, Molsons, Moke,
S.C., giraffe, Paul boot it, R.L.
lMr. Vaselinel, P.M. tAIways my
neighboorl, EA. thanks for Wal-
pole Shuttle ... Mom.
Friends and accomplices thank-
you. - SAFI
Remember, without humor
there is nothing. - LF.
different set of figures.
55 Colella Road
"Break the chains of your
thought and you break the
chains of your body, too." - ILS
l'll never forget all the great
times with my friends, K.F., l.K.,
T.G., S.C., LM., GA., NRD, and
all the kids from Goodwin.
Thanks for everything Karen.
Babes! What's your excuse?
Thanks Mom and Dad, I made it.
Gymnastics, 1,2,3, Swim Team,
David Bruce Fox
78 Westminster Road
AV Media Center, Computer
Lab, Graphic Arts.
"Believe in what you do and do
what you believe" is a quote
which has had meaning to me
over my years at South.
To the kids I've met and made
friends with: GOOD LUCK in
everything you do in life!
David T. Fox
454 Brookline Street
Denebola photography, 11,125
Track Team, 11,12, Regulus pho-
tographyg 125 Tutor, 12
"Quita la salmuera, quita la le-
chuga, ordenes especiales no
nos molestan, todo que pedimos
es que nos permite servirlo en tu
Nancy Ellen Freeman
17 Philmore Road
"If I am not for myself, who will
be for me? And if I am only for
myself, what am I? And if not
now, when?" "Success is getting
what you want, happiness is
wanting what you get."
Much appreciation to Mom and
Eternal happiness with A.j.F.
66 Tanglewood Road
"Making friends for the world to
Let the people know you gotta
what you need
With a friend I'd had you will see
If yar friends are there then
everything's all right."
I.F. - wouldn't it be nice?
' ll' 0 f
IEE ' "".4'
Sure Mr. Wicks, I believe in open campus.
327 Dedham Street
Class Commitee, Piano, Hebrew
College, Camp Yavneh - Sum-
mertime - Beautiful people.
Goals: to help others and
"I desire not happiness if it be in
a sea of misery." - Herzl
"He who does not believe in
miracles is not a realist." - Ben-
Gerald S. Frim
327 Dedham Street
If l am not for myself, who is for
me? And when I am only for my-
self, what am I? And if not now,
when? - Ethics of the Fathers
I can recommend a good psychaitrist.
Audrey L. Garrett
36 Saxon Road
I stand outside myself watching
myself and I see, and I see, and I
see - "The Ruling Class"
Stage Crewg 1,2,3
are you kidding Judy, we've got
20 pounds of it in the basement
Wayne S. Gateman
36 Madoc Street
Life is what you make it so I'm
going to make of my life what I
can. Life is where you find it so
I'm going to find my life.
Best wishes to the class of 1976!
f ' .- 4
16 Walsh Road
Never Forget T-ville and the
CAFE, and some of the boys
l.T.,S.C., G.M., and l.G. Thanks
to mom and dad. And most of all
Steven Wayne Garfinkle
1501 Centre Street
We are all people and in order to
make it work we have to strip
away the false plastic faces, look
each other in the eyes and ex-
cept each person for what they
are. You can never care too
much about people - only too
little. We can get it together if
663 Boylston Street
I am young,gifted and black, I
strive to be myself and no one
else. The world would be better
if everyone were their own per-
111 Wallace Street
Live each day to its fullest and
cherish each precious moment
that you live. You never know
what tomorrow may bring.
521 Chestnut Street
"If you live your life in a dream,
you may wake up one day and
find you have nothing real." -
"You've got to have friends . . . "
many memories of very special
Love to Mom and Dad
"I don't know where I'm going
- but I'm on my way "
Joseph D. Gentile
93 Bowdoin Street
Baseball, 1,35 Cafeteria, 1,3
Tommy Glenn, World Series, T-
ville G.M., M.M., B.G., D.S., l.T.,
is., Pb., Tia., io., PA., P.B.,
Lo., D.P., s.c., ox., B.H., oc.,
MM., LM., LB., Es., LM., is.,
M.A.D., P,R.2 Mr. lesdale, Mrs.
Orris, Mr. Brunke
283 Country Club Road
A list of graduation presents for
the guys: B.K., a nose job, E.M.,
BUD's that don't itch, G.W., a
girlfriend, M.S., a boyfriend,
C.K., a six pack, l.G., Member-
ship to A.A.g W.G., a broken
hand. To Homeroom 7206 a por-
trait of E.M., To that one special
girl ALL MY LOVE FOREVER.
PITTSBURG PITTSBURG PITTS-
Candy Ellen Ginsberg
111 Wayne Road
"To have a friend is to be one."
Never forget: Summer 74-75
with N.N. Weekends, C.S. and
the little room. Thanks to my
friends for the great memories
they have given me. L.E., L.F.,
P.F., R.M., l.S. The recruit L.S. To
a very special friend Marcia -
Thanks for being there when l
They just don't appreciate my intelligence.
Richard Paul Geraci
15 Mechanic Street
I made a lot of new friends and
had a lot of good times. Never
forget some of those crazy
Laurie Sharon Glunts
71 Woodend Road
Best times with: lodi Fla., prom
foursome, Brenda - the re-
union, Loves, fires-boop
L.K.,Lisa, B.P., VA Beach-Laff
Young, Carson. Vermont 75
COLORADO 76 - go for ir.
ring TB, V-parties.
"I never got in trouble for any-
thing l didn't say"
Gymnastics, Softball, Cheerlead-
Kenneth Ira Goldberg Lauri Goldberg
86 Varick Road 5 Esty Farm Road
Goodwin "Kenny" Wheeler
"Don't take life too seriously -
you'll never get out of it alive."
- E. Hubbard
Farewell to the Fearsome Four-
some .,. Towtrucks at W.V. and
Crackers at Stowe ... Fourteens
Cap's and wasting gas
THE BET l.C.'s famous walk
.,. Snowballs at Sugarbush .,.
Lindy's Roast beef . ,. A house is
not complete without a sponge
"I searched for life
and couldn't find it
I searched for love
and couldn't find it
I searched for a friend
and found all three."
. . . for my friends have given me
so many happy memories.
I'll always remember you
and love you!
-fl 1' .lf-2 -5' . lx
12 Nardell Road
"Be just what you are
Not what you are not.
Those who do that are of
the happiest lot."
I will never forget the good
times with the Boys - P.S., LB.,
M.A., L.K., G.M., BJ. The streak
of "75". Thanks to Mom and Dad
for making everything possible.
Soccer, 10,11,12 Basketballg
10,11,12 Baseball, 12
Michael Young Gnecco
1073 Walnut Street
Live your dreams to the fullest
for as long as time allows.
51 Crescent Avenue
What sunshine is to flowers,
smiles are to people and what
my friends are to me.
Cheerleading crazy times, mo-
fle-lodi lets remember, A tree?
D.D., Calif., Scand., Canada,
Beaches, dancing, LF., S.S.,S.R.,
Blender D.C., Weeks LK., S.G.
An extra special thanks to my
friends and family for just being
Cindy Lee Golding
9 Margaret Road
T'is better to have loved and lost
Then never to have loved at all.
Never forget summer of '74,'75
T-ville, the corner, good times
with P.G., CB., G.O., C.B., T.H.,
LA., E.T., M.W., S.P. Thanks
Mom and Dad but mostly
Volleyball, 10 Track, 10 Basket-
29 Marvin Lane
If I gave you everything that I
owned And asked for nothing in
return, Would you do the same
for me as I would for you? Or
take me for a ride And strip me
of everything including my pride
- But Spirit is something that no
Iris Gail Goldman
22 Park Drive
"Friendship is a little word It's
the people that make it big."
Fantastic people have really
made three years fly by. Much
love to the Gang. Baa, you'll nev-
er be the "most annoying per-
son" or even come close. All my
love to my three most favorite
people - Rubin, Ruth and Sam-
leffrey Hilton Goldsmith
60 Allerton Road
"Nature has given man one
tongue and two ears, that we
may hear twice as much as we
speak." - Epictetus
To all my friends good luck in
Leslie Joyce Golov
51 Lake Avenue
It's not how you play the game,
It's whether you win or lose.
What you've got may not be ordinary dandruff.
128 Hanson Road
I have been outside, a point of
frost Now is the breakaway,
melting by degrees of time,
coming into a fluid being and, in
doing so believing again in
someone and self.
Thanks lay. I'm inside again.
Stage Crew, 3
james lay Goodman
151 Woodward Street
All you need in this life is igno-
rance and confidence, and then
success is sure. - Samuel L.
Mitchell Alan Gordon
27 Selwyn Road
"To win one hundred victories
in one hundred battles is not the
highest skill. To subdue the en-
emy without fighting is the high-
est skill." - Master funakosh:
Rochelle Ann Gottlieb
126 Harwich Road
Thanks to all my friends who
have made the past years a time I
will always remember. My
friends have brought me laugh-
ter, joy and happiness through-
out those years. I would like to
especially thank "the Gang". I
will always cherish the fun times
we had together.
Debra Rebecca Green
15 Sheldon Road
I expect to pass through this
world but once. Any good
therefore that I can do, or any
kindness that I can show, let me
do it now. Let me not defer or
neglect it, for I shall not pass this
way again. - Anon
f? 1' ' o.
' 'lv' 35 T
Harlan Stuart Green
15 Bow Road
Goodwin "HarI", "CIams"
The society which scorns excel-
lence in plumbing because
plumbing is a humble activity,
and tolerates shoddiness in phi-
losophy because philosophy is
an exalted activity, will have nei-
ther good plumbing nor good
philosophy. Neither its pipes nor
its theories will hold water. -
john W. Gardner, Chairman
And lo, this not be the end ... lt
is but the beginning.
110 Charlemont Street
This school has taught me one
thing: To live forever, or die in
the attempt. Many thanks to
R.S., T.K. The kids at the corner.
Concert Choir, Ushering for the
plays, and l.D.
Farewell, whose ever you fare.
132 Christina Street
l'll always remember the great
times at the Corner. Remember,
V.Parties, Cruisin', hangin',
W.M.UonesJ, D.A.lAbel, B.B.,
N.H., B.C.lFr0gyl, C.C.ltroutl,
and all the others who made the
last three years so much fun.
ludith Ellen Green
38 Winston Road
"Don't walk in front of me I may
not follow Don't walk behind me
I may not lead just walk beside
me And be my friend."
Love always to the gang!
Michael - Thank you for shar-
ing with me, a special part of
you. Me too!
Lorie A. Green
20 Dorcar Road
Lose your dreams and you will
lose your mind - TRS
Memories - 6f11!75 - MJ.
and T.R.S. Celebrating M.l.'s-BD,
walkin In The Best Three Days in
August '75. Chuck with ludy,
Burglar with L.B. All the good
times with Sue and Judy l'll nev-
er forget thanks.
Basketball, 2,3 Softballp 2,3
37 Columbine Road
No Distance of place or lapse of
time can lessen the friendship of
those who are thoroughly per-
suaded of each other's worth. -
Keep in touch."Long distance is
the next best thing to being
there." - Bell Telephone
Sandra Lee Greenberg
48 Nickerson Road
Though nothing can bring back
the hour of splendour in the
grass, glory in the flower. We will
grieve not. Rather find strength
in what remains behind. - Wil-
Three great years - summer '75,
Nantasket, the Cape, and crystal.
Cross Country '74, Dances,
Friendlies, Breezy point, The
Abelsons - everything. My
friends, l'll always remember
Wqlgam Greene Sarah Louise Griesse Adam Louis james Grossman
195 Country Club Road 19 Fairlee Terrace 91 Pine Ridge Road
Goodwin Wheeler Cutler
Don't walk in front of me, I may
not follow, Don't walk behind
me, I may not lead. lust walk be-
side me, And be my friend.
Keeve, E.A., M.M., S.K., Simple
Gifts, P.T.B. always The Rube:
E.S.A., F.A.T., U.S.S.T.G.
Debra Kay Grossman
119 Oakdale Road
"lt is not how much we have, but
how much we enjoy, that makes
l'll never forget: The good times
with my friends, summer of '75
at the Cape, Kenberma St., Mark
41 and 2.
Thanks to my parents, for always
65 Rachel Road
Citizen Band Radio Code 10-22,
10-12fDo not 10-18fSchool 10-
30 and is 10-7fTeachers are 10-
99fHomework is 10-64fWhat's
your 10-20fPlease 10-9 messa-
gefl'll 10-3f10-4fl'm going 10-7.
inf' ,' I
Randy L. Grossman
234 Woodcliff Road
"Be assumed that a walk through
the oceans of most souls would
scarcely get your feet wet." -
To all my friends: Good Luck in
the future, especially Wino,
Ugly, Snake, Howie. To my en-
emies: Stick it in your ear! I leave
wondering "WHY?" Thanks
M.A.D. Goodbye and good rid-
Teresa Anna Grzybowski
12 Ohio Avenue
Always remember Flag Day '74
with l.B. and friends. Summer of
'75 with C.P., l.K., l.O., and mos-
quitos. They l.K.! Going to far
south instead of north, L.M,'s
party, who fell on the cake?
Good times with C.P., LK., LB.,
M.F., j.O., E.S., l.M., most of all
love and thanks to my parents.
Katherine Mary Harakas
94 Avalon Road
Wheeler "Little Greek"
Stage Crew, 10,11,12
"And because, in all the galaxy,
they had found nothing more
precious than Mind, they en-
couraged it's dawning every-
where. They became farmers in
the fields of stars, they sowed,
and sometimes they reaped.
And sometimes, dispassionately
they had to weed."
SUSE! 57 Parker Street
lared West Handspicker
56 Hartford Street
Goodwin "led" "Hawk"
I'd like to use this space to say a
few things to all of my wonderful
1. l'll never forget the fun times
2. I'll always remember you.
3. Keep in touch.
P.S. And remember, a smile
makes your whole life worth liv-
ang. - HAWK
Kenneth Franklin Heideman
22 Glazer Road
"You've got to think of what it's
gonna take to make your
dreams. Make it." - Aerosmith
American Street Hockey Insti-
tute. The Newton Stallions. Beat
New Hampshire 4-2. Lost to Na-
tional Champs 4-1. Cash, Vad,
Thanks to my grandparents.
32 lune Lane
" ... and I thank the lord for the
people I have found." - Elton
Fourteens, the betlDeDe, Ken,
Bob, you owe mei, the ranks,
"No, Rick's not home now", the
two slow stangs, wiggle. l'll never
forget the great times nor the
people who made them great.
Cynthia Denise Herron
73 Stanwood Street
Now it is only hours before you
wake to your last year in high
school and to the gifts that lie
piled on the coffee-table, yet I
keep the only gift that is mine to
make To the B.S.U. stay
young, gifted and black. My sign:
17 Wayne Road
Soccer, 2,3 Track, 2,3 Ping Pong
Club, Math Team, Chess Club.
"To be is to do and to do is to
I would like to thank my family
and teachers for their encour-
agement and support in my
studies and school activities.
Eliot Walter Hill
101 Carlton Road
Remember R.C., C.D., P.C., and
the Breed, LTD and Nova.
19 Wyman Road
Track, 11 Lacrosse, 11,12 "B" and
61 Forest Street
Memories of: M.V. with Min-
nies, Lawrys, Wkeds and bird
sancs with Pati and Robin. Nose-
dives into mud puddles? ..
towed. Haunted houses with
certain jocks, S.P.L. with C-Cat
and Co., Waban thugs, Favorite
kids, Ruthann, Sue, David, Big
guns and especially Al. Of course
Anne, my best memories are of
Jeanne Lisa Hoberman
72 Westgate Rd.
"And now here is my secret, a
very simple secret: It is only with
the heart that one can see right-
ly, what is essential is invisible to
the eye." - Antoine de Saint Ex-
Marsha Fay Holzman
45 Brandeis Road
Cutler "M.F." "Marsh"
"Success is never final and failure
never fatal. It's courage that
French Club, 10,11,12
Stephen Andrew Horowitz
64 Clifton Road
"Satire should, like a polished ra-
zor, wound with a touch that's
scarcely felt or seen."
Farewell to the fearsome four-
some. Fool on the hill. Waater,
Caps brave the elements.
Pappagallo. Threes. Waterville
Valley who's a sponge? 4th
quarter, The Ranks. THE BET!!
Y.L.T.B.O.? Stowe. Mobe.
Thanks to family and friends.
45 Rowena Road
"I wanna laugh while the
laughin' is easy I wanna cry if it
makes it worthwhile I may never
pass this way again." - Seals and
Marjorie Ruth Hurwitz
119 Brandeis Road
"Friendship is to be valued for
what there is in it, not for what
can be gotten out of it."
A very special thank-you to all of
my friends. And to LP. and D.C.,
may everything that you have
ever hoped for, come true. To
my family - with love.
Steven Mark Housman
105 Countryside Road
"There's alot of joy to be had in
this world if you just have a posi-
tive attitude " - Streisand
CB - 15 years no luck, I'm a
8f17f75, Foxboro 2f20f75.
A.N.'s, IP - Malibu, MH -
Blackchair Bozo, Sunnyisles,
Chalala, MMMASS AVE, NYC,
AFRO CROSSWALKS, FLYING
WET DUCKS, KENNEDY AIR-
james leffery Howard
55 Myerson Lane
You gave me a reason to be what
I am and I'm trying to be me.
159 Oak Street
To all my friends in this school,
I'm glad I'm getting out. Made a
lot of new friends and had alot of
good times. I was also bored to
death. Will remember sopho-
more baseball with "no mind"
for best laughs during my 3
Timothy I. Hutton
206 Elliot Street
I'Il always remember the times in
the cafe, T-ville, P.S. and the Par-
ties. R.G., l.L., D.D., R.M., R.M.,
D.E., C.G., and the youth group.
155 jackson Stret
"Life is a mystery to be lived Not
a problem to be solved."
I'lI always remember the great
times with j.L., T.B., E.B., M.A.,
M.N., G.T., K.H., L.G., F.M., H0-
jo's, Calif. '74, and B.F.
305 Dudley Street
"lt seemed as if the Square al-
ready were far and lost, or, I
should say, he was like a man
who stands upon a hill above the
town he has left, yet does not say
'The town is near,' but turns his
eyes upon the distant soaring
ranges." - Thomas Wolfe
Thomas Craig Irvine
30 Ripley Street
Doopin with GX, IT, IG, DS, IS,
and RS. T-ville 31 - BG, BX, PD,
GM, PB, TB, SC, IA, SL, VF, SD,
jH, and ES. Also jeff G. and
A special thanks to Neil Mc., the
best. My Mom and Dod whom I
love very much and my brother
"You're not a man .. . until you
first admit you're a boy."
Thank you N.S.H.S.
Deborah Lynne jackson
5 Sheldon Road
My motto as I live and learn is dig
and be dug in return.
Hey, Betts! Que pasa? Good
Luck with the B.S.U. everybody
and l Love you all. Especially
Sj,Sj, Sj, SB, and KB. Senor
Glickler, muchas gracias y buena
suerte en el fututo. Thanks for
Lynn Hynds Eva Ianuzzi
428 Parker Street 74 Rachel Road
15 Forest Street
62 Upland Road
"Children begin by loving their
parents, as they grow older they
judge them, sometimes they
even forgive them."
Never forget: Belmont, Cape
Camping, Speeding, Friendly's,
the door, "The Group." 4 81 20
Mitch. Love to Dave at B.H.S.
and Dan at Death Valley, Fla.
Let's party! I'm Free!
Renee Christine johnson
38 Charlotte Street
A Friend is to cherish and trust,
Friends are always there.
To share desires and Fondest
Lessen troubles and cares
Friends always have time to lis-
Friends brighten gloomy days
Togetherness brings a gladness
deep and profound.
A Friend is special
Someone I depend
NE, SI, DI, BSU.
Meredith Lee lacobson
203 Country Club Road
"You will encounter many de-
feats in life, but you must never
be defeated." - Mangelou
RG - I quote "wanna be
friends" . ,. forever? LS, AC,
SW, ML, MB, family - fantastic
memories and better futures.
"Untold want, by life and land
'nere granted Now voyager, sail
thou forth to seek and find." -
99 Bowdoin Street
Thank God I got out
Never forget the boredom of
South Remember all the kids out
front and in the lunch room,
back parking lot and Hammond.
Riding bikes and work study
which without I never would
1188 Ghestnut Street
"Do you know where you're go-
Do you like the things that life is
Where are you going to
Do you know "
Good-Luck CSBI, lSll, ISD Hi Bods,
Hi Betts. Good-luck to the B.S.U.
and to All the Graduating Sen-
iors. lt's been real. Miss you . . .
Bruce Edward jennings
33 Duxbury Road
Soccer, 10,11, captain 12. ALL-
STAR 11,12 Baseball, 10,11, Cap-
tain 12. ALL-STAR 12
Never forget 12f7f74, 8f26f75.
Bumpy i will always Love you. PS,
LK, Mr. D., CB, IG, GM, IW, IB,
IT, DF, AF, Cl., FD, LR, KF, NG,
EA, IE, BW, STI, III, "BLASTA",
"BONES", "BIG GUY." "I still
want my Bumpy." Thanks El-
Ambition: Hit .400 and score 30
lsn't it true, sensation seekers,
luscious liquid flowed through
darlin' Oedipus when he roller
skated into photo booths and
got brain damage when green-
jeans ate hundreds and thou-
sands of fudgecycles?! Woo-
woowoowoowoo! A wonderful-
ly unforgettable year: my thanks
dear Mackaveys! "Nothing" but
love, lill! Between two worlds
lies my happiness. Where am I
85 Pine Ridge road
"Let's do some Living after we'll
die." - laggerfRichards
Paula lane Kahn
45 Pine Ridge Road
Life is uneasy,
Love never last,
I just carry on.
Sometimes I'm up,
But most times I'm down,
Tell me, where can I run to.
Tell me, how have I sinned.
When you cry like a rainstorm,
And howl like the wind.
- Bonnie Raitt
137 Allerton Road
Teri lan Kaiser
48 Wachusett Road
Buy my dreams are for dreaming
and best left That way - and my
zero to your power of ten equals
nothing at all.
There's no double-lock defense:
there's no chain on my door. I an
available for consultation. One
white Duck!0 I0 I nothing at all.
11 lacobs Terrace
Memories, Connectsf11, Math
Team, Happy Chickens, Dip
Club, Chess, Track, RSTS-
V4Af12, HC, Swimming, MOD
SQUAD, LEMMINGS. CIOOD
LUCK, E.F., D-A,B,F,Mj S.H., S.B.,
CommentiOn life?I - "It needs
brains to be a real fool".
Steven Mark Kaplan
63 Clark Street
To The CORNER and all my
Friends: We had some good
times together, and I only hope
that we can stay in touch over
the years to come.
Good Luck and Best Wishes -
joel Stuart Karlin
23 Fox Hill Road
People are always blaming their
circumstances for what they are.
I don't believe in circumstances.
The people who get on in this
world are the people who get up
and look for the circumstances
they want, and if they can't find
the, make them. - George Ber-
85 Shady Hill Road
I will always remember my 3
years at NSHS, The NSHSBDC,
playing hours of monopoly with
David and Ruurd, The Three
Stooges, Summer of '75, Nahant,
Glenn, Deacon, Mike, Spaceman
and the rest of the gang, espe-
cially R.T., Walter, playing ragtag
at the wharf. HUNTZNER ON
Carol Ann Kaufman
45 Dorothy Road
Is not Ephraim my beloved son,
for even when l speak against
him, I remember him with affec-
tion. My heart yearneth for him,
I will surely have compassion on
him. - leremian
Thanx, ludy, Vinnie, Paul, Susie,
Debbie, lan, Mom and Dad with-
out whom my senior year
wouldn't have been
Cheryl Barbara Kaufman
41 Marvin Lane
"A friend is a present you give
yourseIf." - R.L. Stevenson
Fondest memories:White Satin,
the Cape, Friendlies, Brookline,
Chocking the up to experience,
Mat - just want to celebrate! All
my l's, U.S.Y., my special cousin
Cindy, gossiping, lo, Guspada!
H.C. nights, a ritual, and a dec-
ade of friendship with Sharon.
158 Pine Ridge Road
185 Baldpate Hill Road
"It's not what you say or do that
counts, but how you say or do
"The great white bird must not
die." - White Arrow Old
35 Marvin Lane
I wish that someone would teach
a course in how to live. lt can't
be taught in high school: teach-
ers don't know any better than
the rest of us. - Newton
"There are two things to aim at
in life: first to get what you want
and after that to enjoy it." - Lo-
gan Pearsall Smith
lody Beth Kaufman
110 Winslow Road
My friends are my chosen family
and my family are my chosen
friends. Special love and thanks
to: B.C. - MDFLE, Sybil, D.E. -
A.D.K., Bored, K-bye, phone,
Dc. - Oh Boy K.Y.D., M.B.
- Newton - No hope!gR.F. -
cheerleading, S.L. - O.B., 5.8. -
summersl L.B. - Chinatowng
LC., l.B.K., and most of all my
family. D.E., B.G., M.B., D.C.,
S.B., R,F., S.L., L.B., and LC. -
Good Luck and stay happy al-
94 Winston Road
32 Williams Street
l'lI always remember those un-
believeable times with S.H., B.S.,
D.S., K.E., LS., D.S., and Com-
pany. The great Parties,clubs and
weekends, U-Mass Lesely and
the people we met. Chester
stubs Pancakes in the Peanut
isn't that Shifty! What would
happen if Dunkin Donuts be-
came a 5-credit major?
Elizabeth lan Kellner
348 Hartman Road
"But if in your thoughts You
must measure time unto seasons,
let each season encircle all the
other seasons, And let today em-
brace the past with remem-
brance And the future with
Thanks to four special friends.
25 Mechanic Street
Stephen Dennis Keresztes
1057 Walnut Street
Lacrosse, 1,2,3 Photo. Staff, 3
Remember?! Quebec trip, Sugar
loaf, Beach Boys and Chicago,
Bowling League, V.E. Concerts,
Friday Football Games, World
Series 2,6,7. Looking forward to
Olympics in Montreal with Kev,
Craig, james! Thanx to: D.B., S.K.,
LH., all my other friends, and
esp. Mr. Arner and Mr. Arruda.
Nancy Ann Keller
21 Van Rosen Road
"Could it be that it was all so
simple then, or has time rewri-
ten every line. If we had the
chance to do it all again, tell me,
would we, could we. Memories
" - B.l.S.
Thanks to all my friends and my
family for helping me get where
I am today.
loan Marie Kinch
8 Kenneth Street
Mony where's Babes? What's
your excuse for today? E.S. "AI-
ways expect the unexpected."
T.G. thanks for having a birthday
on May 10, I'll never forget it.
Hey! we're going South not
north how can we turn around?
Never forget M.D.B.K., the
youth group, j.Geils, LO., T.G.,
M.7,D.S.,l.B., C.P., E.S.
Curt Phillip Kohlberg
17 Woodhaven Road
If you never work you shall nev-
Thanks to: Bruiser, Pida, Kev,
Keda, lzey, and of course john
and Billy. I'll always remember:
skiing, the track, playing cards,
tennis, and my great trip to Cali-
fornia. I'll meet you in Las Vegas.
95 Ripley Street
"Sometimes it is better to keep
your mouth shut and let people
wonder if you're a fool than to
open it and remove all doubt."
Soccer, 10,11,12 Baseball,
10,11,12 Never forget good
times with - BJ., P.S., LG.,
l.B.,l.W.,C.M., MA., l.G., l.F.,
M.S., E.A., - Saturday nights
with 3 cases and not much to do.
The barn. Good Luck to all my
Edwin james Kroeker
46 Woodcliff Road
Behold, the fool saith,"Put not
all thine eggs in the one basket"
- which is but a manner of say-
ing "Scatter your money and
your attention.",but the wise
man saith,"Put all your eggs in
the one basket and - WATCH
16 Stiles Terrace
What I have learned most from
South comes not from my classes
but from the people. I'll miss the
special friends I have made in my
three years here. I hope l won't
lose sight of all over the stretch
Michael Robert Kosowsky
100 Dudley Road
"Whoever says You does not
have something for his object.
For wherever there is some-
thing there is also another some-
thing, every It borders on other
Its But where You is said
there is no something. You has
660 Beacon Street
"You never know how much
something means to you, until it
I'll never forget the three years
on the soccer field, the terrible
food, and most of all Eugenia
lAugust 31, 19755.
Soccer, 1,2,3, Skiing, 2,3, La-
crosse, 2,3, International Club,
Nancy loyce Lampert
811 Dedham Street
"You give little when you give of
your possessions, It is when you
give of yourself that you truly
D.E., sw., Rs, MB., Ds, you
brought me up when I was
down! Can't Forget "Sunshine,"
"root", "Goosh", "M.L.", K-bye
Dino - Thanks for always
making me smile. Love and
thanks to Ma and Dad
, , rf
v 5 ',..
Susan Carol Larson
107 Floral Street
Egor - 10f21f73, 1.R.'s -
9f8f73, OB, G.G.R., Rebel, prom
'75, Crystal, Corner, Cranes,
stars, Football, Hockey 81 rowdy
nights. Special Buddies - Nan,
Oakie, LK. D.D., M.H., F.V., 8: C
Cat Cape. I owe it all to
Wayland - 11f10f73 Much
love to a certain pair of knuckles
and most of all joey.
Cheering, 2 Co-Capt., 3
Iody Ann Landfield
124 Arnold Road
Cutler "lode", "lo"
" ., It seems to me a crime that
we should age. These fragile
times should never slip us by. A
time you never can or shall
erase. As friends together watch
their childhood fly . . " - Elton
Fondest memories: Matoaka,
Regulus, "The Gang" Adven-
tures with Iris, Much love to: my
family, LGIGIGNNRT and my
long lost buddy DE.
Donna Beth Lanes
53 Great Meadow Road
"Take our wings and fly away to
the visions in our mind." - Ste-
Happiness to my friends and
family. Beth, thanks - l've
shared it all with you. Hey Laur
... Special times with
B,L,C,M,W,l,P,S,L,H. BW -
Debra Beth Lapuck
8 Lovett Road
"Those were the days my friend
we thought they'd never end."
All the good times at the Cape.
B.C. with Merle. M.A., D.F., l.N.,
M.S.,1.C., R.L. thanks for all the
memories. A very special thanks
to my family. Susan, thanks,
Cheerleadingg 2, Elderly Project,
Cheryl Ann Leblanc
9 Roland Street
"If you see someone without a
smile give him one of yours."
I'lI always remember: the "al-
most" softball team with PR'S,
Youth Group, surprise party
fDeb'sl, Mellon Street and the
Movie I never did see TH, all my
friends who were so nice to me. I
leave NS "double trouble".
129 Cypress Street
35 Sycamore Road
William H. Taft
All that we see or seem is but a
dream within a dream. - Edgar
Memo's of the summer '75
down Nantasket Beach and to
see my friends - Foot,
Chief,l.C., Sr., C.S., l.S., KZ.,
W.F. and especially Lorraine
Thank you it's great having you
Susan Debra Lechten
45 Columbine Road
"So many gentle friends are near
whom one can scarcely see, I
should never feel alone wherev-
er I may be." "Today, tomorrow,
Thanks Stew for making my life
so special! Good luck to the
gang. "Band On the Run"
Cheerleading, Captainp 2
135 Langley Road
"Sweet Spring is your time is my
time is our time for Springtime is
lovetime and viva sweet love" -
10 Oak Terrace
"Whenever I have encountered
that which is unfamiliar to me, I
seek neither to praise nor to
condemn but simply to under-
Shirley Patricia Lennon
40 Rexford Street
My special interest is Maternity
Nursity because I love holding
babies. I have no special sayings
but I just want to say good luck
to all my friends and when will I
see you Again!
5 'i for
lane Ellen Lesinski
1412 Beacon Street
The thing that goes the farthest
towards making life worth while,
That costs the least, and does the
most, is just a pleasant smile.
lane Ellen Lerner
119 Wayne Road
"Happiness is like a butterfly.
The more you Chase it, the more
it will elude you. But if you turn
your attention to other things, it
comes and softly sits on your
I will never forget the good
times I had with BBITEGAM
GSBAHG, summer "75", cross-
country, and Needham.
105 Old Farm Road
This year you gave me. l'll re-
member it forever. This year, my
friends, l'll keep it in my heart.
l'll keep it there to make a cele-
bration of your spirit, our friend-
ship and my joy,
Keep in touch, to:
99 Littlefield Road
"Look up at the mountain I have
to climb, oh yeah, to reach
there," lCat Stevens '70I
Summer "74" - j.B., Z-days, lots
of fun with the gang. I've seen
time fly before, but not like
these past three years," QGQQJ!
Love, Mom, Dad, and Dave.
24 Philbrick Road
Thanks to the three Mrs. H's.,
Mrs. E., Mrs.G,, Miss S., Mrs.s,
MissA., Mr. P., Mr.A., and Eric.
Besser spat als hie, weil die Ab-
wasende immer Unrecht hat. -
Eh Bien, continuons. - Garcin
dand Huis Clos
Rona ljoyl Leventhal
129 Oxford Road
Seeking means to have a goal,
but finding means to be free. as
long as I live, l'll hear waterfalls
and birds sing, and get as near
the heart or the world as I can.
- john Pearson
To my friends -importance un-
definable - thanks for everyth-
Gymnastics, 1,2,3 Swim, 2,3
Track, 1 enrichment, 3 Fernald
Project, Peabody, Easter seals,
Amy - 3
18 Van Roosen Road
I've always had lots of love to
give and now l've found people
to give it to.
"Love's not competing, it's
on your side
You're in life's picture so
why must you cry
For a friend please begin to
There's brighter days ahead.
lill, Danielle, Fred, Selena
Sheryl Marci Lipson
102 Oakdale Road
"There's a spotlight waiting no
matter who you are. Everybody's
got a song to sing - everyone's
All my love and many thanks to
my family, Stephen, and friends
for being there when I needed
them, and for sharing all the
happy times too.
E3 q '3-
Yes, it's true, one out of five chem. students surveyed recommended
not drinking sulfuric acid.
Brian Charles Levey
276 Greenwood Street
Ask not what NSHS can do for
you, but what you can do for it.
For at NSHS l have met teachers
who gave me a meaningful edu-
cation, and many friends who
gave me fond and everlasting
memories. Special thanks to my
parents, sister and grandfather
for all their concern and under-
69 Nehoiden Road
"Yes there are two paths you can
But in the long run,
There's still time to change the
road you're on."
That's the nicest Vette! Stairway,
Crossing country roads, thumbs
up, Columbus Weekend "74",
Coors, cars, Kahlua, Steak and
Brew, spaced out, I'm not deaf!
56 Nehoiden Road
joseph Louie MacDonald
166 Elliot Street
Ct's Cruisin', Hoio's, Mac's, the
hangout, parties, dances Hangin'
around, the caf, the corner
Don't werry, the stones,Y.G.,
Oceola, no pounds winning los-
ing, coaches, teachers, family,
friends, Thanks. BBDCIBGLF
BCLBHCF. All my friends. You
made it hapen - What can I say?
Never forget you kid.
Wrestling, 1,2 Cap.3 Lacrosse,
1,2,3 Steams, 2,3 Cafg 1,2,3
lames Robert Mackall Ir.
127 Clark Street
In this space I can't possibly ex-
press all my feelings toward
N.S.H.S. The good times and
friends I leave will always be re-
membered. My only regret is
that it ended so soon. Goodbye
and Good Luck to the "Class of
'76" and the friend I leave be-
hind at N.S.H.S.
lill Susan Mackavey
28 Hyde Street
Mom, Dad, Danielle, Cindy, Lau-
ra, Mr. Arner, Mr. Chamberlain,
to special people who've sup-
ported and helped me. my
thanks, best wishes and my love.
Kiss today goodbye,
Point me toward tomorrow.
Wish me luck, the same to
Won't forget, Can't regret
What I did for love.
Goodnight Chet! ..... ... lill
225 Arnold Road
"You got to drift in the breeze
before you set your sails."
Carol Louise Mandell
21 Allen Avenue
"One song leads to another,
One friend to another friend,
So I'll travel along
With a friend and a song."
- Alfred Wilson Gibson 1878
A lifetime of memories Is-
raeI,Teaching Spanish w!Paula
CVS,S.H.A.F.T.Y. Meet me at the
corner . .. Forever P.P. with
la.,My scrapbook "Many a truth
is spoke in jest."
101 Spiers Road
I would like to thank joe, Bruce,
lack, Steve, George, Paul, Tom
and the rest of the friends I have
made. Special thanks to Mary
Baseball, 1,2,3 cap. Hockey, 1,2,3
80 Dedham street
'A l '
After that hot lunch I'll need a Royal Flush.
41 Old Farm Road
"A friend is someone who
knows all about you but likes you
just the same."
Cynthia P. Marcus
50 Grace Rd.
"Only the beginning, only just a
My good friends K,P.,
else. Lippy, N.G.74 Summer 75,
Natick with P.D. and N.M.,"Bea-
con Boys" M.R., D.P., C.K., W.C.,
P.C. T.I.S. lohn, Thank you Mom
21 Littlefield Rd.
"There are faces I remember
from the places in my past, I said
all the deadhead miles and the
insincere smiles. Sometimes I
can laugh and cry and I can't re-
member why, but I still love
those good times gone by,"
12 Wright Road
I have friends to discover and a
great many things to understand.
Good luck to the gang, thanks
for all the good times. Keep
dicking those quishtia jivels!
Peter Benjamin Mark
17 Larch Road
"Well, I've been thinking about
all the places we've surfed and
danced, and all the faces we'lI
miss. So, let's get back together
and do it again." - Brian Wilson
- The Beach Boys
34 Donna Road
Good luck to B.S.,B.L.,S.R., and
especially C.W. One of my best
memories I will be remembering
back to is that, I had one of the
best coaches for field hockey,
especially Miss Nancy Cruso.
Spring track 1,2, Varsity, Winter
track 2,35 Field hockey 3
lean C. Martin
33 Hickory Cliff Road
I like the dreams of the future
better than the history of the
past. - Thomas jefferson
john Edward Martlin
983 Chestnut Street
"Beware of rashness, but with
energy and sleepless vigilance go
forward and give us victories."
- A. Lincoln
See Ma, I told you I would gra-
duate. I leave Newton South to
my brother, Lord save us. And I
say goodbye to all the kids at
Football 1, Wrestling 1
Marjorie Beth Matross
155 Truman Road
One of the most tragic things I
know about human nature is that
all of us tend to put off living. We
are all dreaming of some magical
rose garden over the horizon,
instead of enjoying the roses
that are blooming outside our
windows today. - Dale Garne-
Charles G. McKinney
38 Stearns Street
"The greatest glory comes not
from victory or success but from
when we rise up after we have
Great times with lim, jeff, Phil,
Matt, Lenny, and Bruce. Also
good luck to the streakers ,of
Football 1, Varsity 2,35 Lacross
Varsity 1,2 Co.Capt. 3
Maureen loyce McClory
25 Chase Street
"Always keep an open mind
where knowledge is to be
gained, for in life, part of living is
"A writer takes his pen
To write the words again
That all in love is fair."
Special thanks to my family and
friendS lNNHS8rNSHSl. l LOVE
ALL OF YOU!
Warren D. McElroy
1144 Chestnut Street
Good times out front, the caf,
Falls, and Ville, Waban, Ham-
mond Pond, South, Crash Ten-
nant, Fonz Forever, wht, moun-
tains, never forget my friends,
Val "74", K.B.,D.Y.,R.F.,A.l.,C.S.,
M.N.,iG.X., P.F., D.S., S.D., L.L.,
Later Pal. What a waste of three
9 Carver Road
Corner it 1 - jocks, parties,
football games, haunted house.
Corner ir 2 - Waban, S.P.L.,
cruisin', who's a thug!?, M.V.
summers8tfall weekends, Lawry's
F.Mkt, South Beach, 3 a.m,: Al -
where's Tom? ,., swaying in the
wind, big guns, E.chops,Cape-
diving into mud puddle . .
Dodge towed!Meg - thanx,
words can't express what your
friendship means to me.
31 Rockledge Rd.
Cutler "Manglin' Mel"
"Everything is cool." - The
Perfection - Sophomore Bas-
ketball, f0-14J,"South High
Speaks," who listens?g D,C,L.'s
sharpest bows are mine, Celtics
on S.A.T. eve, "Attaboy Ophair,"
Chemists - "Don't get
clutched," we will win a track
meet, President -Henry Finkle
Fan Club 12, Ms. Bershad's iso-
cream. All Newton South people
- thanks much.
Stephen Mark Menzer
155 Cynthia Road
Laurie Hope Mead
247 Spiers Road
"I must do now what I have
One hundred times before
Look away to see another
falling to the ground."
- H.M. Polansky
Patricia Ann Melnick
58 Wetherell Street
T-ville, Hammond Pond, 66 Im-
pala Inever forgetl, Holiday Inn-
Ilaundry rooml, Pebbles, Lucy
Levee, Fisher, "Summer 75",
mornings at Dunks, nights at
Mac's, good times in the lunch
room, S.S. at the A. with Debby.
Bye Kids. DE, PR, PR, TY, CA,
KK, VF, SD, SC,IT, BG, TC.
Diane Alice Merian
120 Dickerman Road
"The hills and the sea and the
earth dance. The world of man
dances in laughter and tears." -
I'Il never forget the good times
at South with S.T., B.C., K.D.,
L.P., D.K. and Wheeler. The
summer of "7S" was great, the
backyard, eh Sheila?
Russian Club 2,35 French Club 3
Carson M. Milgroom
219 Lincoln Street
Now I won't be back till later
If I do come back at all,
But you know me, and I miss
In a strange game
I saw myself as you knew me
When the change came, and
you had a
Chance to see through me
Though the other side is just
- Neil Young -
Daniel Henry Miller
444 Quinobequin Road
Dev, Eric, Craig, etc ... remem-
ber Happy Chickens, Big B, Eel,
Dippy Club, Hyperec, Lonney
Lou, Mr. Little, "Benny" Levy vs.
Abbie, The Six-Legged Fish,
Greeblies, RSTS Trek. Fruitful
Concepts - "Stay in the Adult!"
"laimes!" "Naid!" "Marrek!"
"Yuh I suppose so, no! Go
44 Walnut Place
"As I look out over your eager
faces I can understand why this
school is flat on its back." -
53 Verndale Road
"lust when you think '76 will
never come it's yesterday."
I'll never forget, "Cutlass Pow-
er," IB, IV IR. Back and forth to
Randolph, got a cigarette, Sum-
mers in Nantasket. Hanging out
in Wheeler. Everything and ev-
erywhere for loyce. Now it's
time for life imaking money,
Marcia joy Miller
111 Dedham Street
Never Forget: Summer '75, cars,
Cochituate and the weekends.
Thanks to my family and friends
who have shared many . . .
memories with me LELFPFTMIS,
the recruit LS and AW. Especially
the everlasting friendship with
Candy! Good friend are hard to
65 Gray Cliff Road
"O star, the fairest one in
We grant your loftiness the
To some obscurity of cloud -
It will not do to say of night.
Since dark is what brings out
. . .. We may choose
something like a star
To stay our minds on and be
- Frost -
' f 1
"I always wanted a hot rod."
14 Summer Street
Never forget all the good times
in T-Ville, the Cafe, and Need-
ham McDonalds. And all the
great kids, Eileen, Debbie, janet,
lane, loan, joey, Danny, Bobby,
David, Patty, Liz, and anyone I
forgot, loan thanks for the neck-
Grant Eric Morris
147 Hartman Road
"Desire implies want, it is the ap-
petite ofthe mind, and as natural
as hunger to the body The
greatest number of achieve-
ments have their value from sup-
plying the wants of the mind."
- Karl Marx
S ' ,'
l ' U-I XX"'l ,A
101 Alban Road
Good times at NSHS corner, T-
Ville, Waban, South. Never for-
get three years with R.B., B.B.,
M.D., P.F., R.S., Sean, and most
of all Karen. I leave NSHS five
more Mucciarone's to come.
Scott Frederick Mondlick
344 Brookline Street
Davis Thayer, Meadowbrook
Bruce Moore i
49 Truman Road ,
20 Harrison Street
Nancy Ellen Nathanson
62 Rachel Road
"True happiness consists not in
the multitude of friends, but in
their worth and choice."
Much love and luck to my spe-
cial friends. Thanks to a very spe-
cial teacher - H.B. Mom, Dad,
81 Deb - Thanks for always be-
ing there, l love you.
Cheerleading, 3, Regulus: 3
"When it's time to die, let's not
discover we never lived." -
Clare Marie Nesdall
250 Quinobequin Road
History Club 11,12.
"AlI things bright and beautiful,
All creatures great and small,
All things wise and beautiful,
The Lord God made them all."
- Cecil Frances Alexander
.G - -
lUdY Nisf-On Beth Noble
116 Plymouth Road
Stage Crew 2,3.
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a i 4 -,J P
, Xa., ,
Kill it! Kill it!
24 Pennsylvania Avenue
l'll always remember Upper Falls,
the 4th of july down the corner,
R.B., L.L., Georges, Tradewinds,
Panthers, K.C., Good times with:
CL., D.D., CK., M.S., l.E.,
Kathy's gang, the Riley twins 81
shorthand, Times in the Cafe,
Never forget the softball players
from the Winds and Georges.
Gail Darlene O'Neil
45 Hinkley Road
Anything worth anything is
worth working and waiting for.
Always remember: Eo, Carol,
Carol, Marion, Cindy, leanne, El-
lyn, Nantasket "75", Senior Fare-
well, Corner, cafe, Summer '75,
10-16-75, Bruce. New Year's
G.D.B., 5818, D.C., L.M., B.H.
Mom and Dad, Thanks
Peter A. Otten
S3 Neshobe Road
International Group German
Club alittle You can't take it with
you Long hours in the cafe
Spoon River Lots of Mountain
trips So Long.
William T. Paulini
62 jackson Street
Cutler "Bill, PAO"
Will never forget you Newton
South, cause who could forget
nothing? All the good times I
never had. Days and nights at the
wall, Hammond Pond and South.
66442, 62 Falcon, 65 Plymouth.
Will never forget P.T., D.M., Le-
roy, D.Y., R.F., AJ., L.H., D.D.,
LS., and all the rest.
ludith M. Perlman
125 Lincoln Street
34 Hartford Street
"Know yourself. Like yourself.
Believe in yourself."
I'll never forget ... Friday night
parties, Cape Cod, Martha's
Vineyard, and people like L.P.,
D.C., D.S., A.S., and one crazy
saturday night with D.S. Hey D.P.
Hey D,P. hope to see you on
Lake Virginia next year!
325 Woodward Street
And I maintain
that light is dark
and dark is light
and visions are
divorced from sight.
Sorrows are inverted joys
and silence makes the loudest
11 Beecher Terrace
The love we give away is the only
love we keep,Always remember
NSH with N.A., Summer 74-75,
great times with
A.A.S.D.D.S.G.K., the parties,
clubs, weekends, C.L. miss you
Thanks to my parents and
friends, you are the greatly ap-
preciated. I leave Deb - Good
2 ' .2415 ,Fil
Robert Andrew Pershe
86 Allen Avenue
"I think it has been adequately
shown that the agression of ani-
mals towards members of their
own species is in no way detri-
mental to the species, on the
contrary, it is essential for its
preservation. However, this
must not raise false hopes about
the present situation of man-
kind. - Konrad Lorenz
688 Chestnut Street
Robert S. Pike
118 Brandeis Road.
"Driving that train, high on co-
caine Casey lones you'd better
watch you speed." - Greatful
Special thanks to D.C. and all
those who helped me make it.
Florida "75" Yessongs
Tobi Beth Pilavin
47 Nardell Road
"To strain with eager eyes To-
wards the promised heavenly
Much love and thanks to my
family, grandparents, Lee Dan-
iels, for always having been
there. My friends - you know
who you are ... my thanks. Fac-
ulty friends - thanks for those
special moments. "To see thee
more clearly Love thee more
225 Dorset Road
"Top-off!" cried the mouse.
"That is a singular and wonderful
name. Is it common to your fam-
"What does it matter," said the
"It's not any worse than Crumb-
Picker, like your godchild."
Mark Stern Podolsky
14 Greenwood Street
"l was gratified to be able to an-
swer promptly, and l did. I said I
didn't know." - Twain
Thanx E.M., C.K., B.F., OLOB, Flo
and everybody else.
47 Nardell Road
Donna L. Podufaly
133 Winslow Road
Cutler "Waffeley, Poduf"
A friend is a present you give
l'll never forget really great times
with P.R., P.R., A.S., S.G., T.D.,
Tony, it would never have been
the same without you. I'd like to
thank my family and friends for
being there when I needed
Cynthia Ann Polansky
88 Clifton Road
" Don't give up until you
drink from the silver cup -
you'll never know until you try."
I'll never forget: Regulus! Being
Cousins with C.K., the Cape,
Boltwood, White Satin, G Block
rituals, dancing in the street,
weekends at Friendly's, 6 years
of friendship with a very special
18 Spaulding Lane
"It is better to remain silent and
let people think you are ignorant
than to speak and let them
Tennis 11,125 Cross Country 12.
Michele Robin Press
41 Placid Road
One-woman waterfall, she
Her slow descent like a long
And pausing, on the final stair
Collects her motions into shape.
Ceaseless drops the night and
lifts the pen. Special thanks and
love to my family, B.N.L., H.B.
And to A.S., and L.R. - mutual
friends! And C.P. with whom
giving is sharing.
117 Cypress Street
juli Ann Powers
16 Olde Field Road
Nobody, but nobody is gonna
rain on my parade.
- Streisand -
Thanks - l.T., R.L., N.K., M.E.,
H.H., Florida Kids, S. H. - Ma-
libu, A.N.'s at Deb's, Foxboro,
1233, Tapes, Chief, 67, B8iG's,
M.H. - One person one very
special person. 1f24!75 The
games people play.
Rochelle Donna Polsky
47 Stearns Street
Never forget T-Ville, Club, Alli-
son, Always remember Carol,
Cindy, Eo, Gail, Marion, Carol,
Greg, Sherri: The Cafe and cor-
ner, lunior dance, The Victory
Parties, and just hanging around.
Thanks to my family. Volleyball
1,2,3, Basketball 1,25 Softball
36 Plainfield Street
Brian Keith Price
29 Elm Hill Park
To my caucasion peers, it's been
an experience Worth remem-
bering. Thanks Southie from
Cool Bri-Priz. To B.S.U. - what-
ever you do, have fun doing it.
Strive for perfection, not for me-
diocrity. The world isn't a ghetto
and there is an escape. I will find
my exit, I will succeed Will you?
lulie Allsion Ratner
11 Fairhaven Road
We are dancers all move to the
magic of the music we are the
dancers all rise to the warmth of
the morning we are singers all
singers of tales and myths and
dreams we are singers all singers
all looking for a song of our own.
- Aztec Two-Step
25 Boylston Road
They told me that life could be
just what l made it - life could
be fashioned and worn like a
gown, l, the designer, mine the
decision whether to wear it with
bonnet or crown.
Love to everyone especially EIR-
Margaret Ann Riley
104 Beethoven Avenue
Never forget G.G.R., Q28, V-
parties, the cafe, the corner, T-
Ville, 'M.l.C.Y.O., Camp Vass,
M.A.A. dances, Dubyroar, shrill
cream. Special thanks to my par-
ents, C.W., D.P.C.V., P.L., E.S.,
j.M., D.E., T.M., C.B., M.W.,
S.O., C.L., and D.F.
Field Hockey 1, Softball 1,2,
Cheerleading 2, Team Mascot 3,
ffl", ' 4
33 Pond Avenue
"Talk to yourself and hear what
you want to know."
Skiing '72, LB, fwinol Feb. '75
Outlook B.C., LB., S.S., MJ., B-
Day, walkin. thanks to friends
M.B., D.L.C. and the rest. Good
times, bad times we've had our
share. Gringo great sharing them
with you. Love ya D.K.
16 Brandeis Circle
l'll never forget. The back park-
ing lot, Hammond, out front, the
Band 5125, Friday nights with the
girls, L.B., B.T., W.B., D.S., l.S.,
S.H., D.D., L.H., j.K., S.D., D.Y.,
R.F., D.D., G.S., L.P., Leroy,
M.M., P.T., T.D., j.P., A.S., B.P.,
the AKKlfL.B., B.C., Echo, Wa-
ban jocks, Lugnut, fR8fC!l, Emer-
14 Ledgewood Road
A smiling face is an earth like star
A frown can't bring out the
beauty that you
are love within and you'll begin
smiling . . .
There're brighter days ahead . . .
- Stevie Wonder
All my love goes to Scott, Louise,
Liz, Robin, Lesley, and my family
for giving me a smiling face.
201 Cypress Street
Patricia Alice Riley
104 Beethoven Avenue
Never forget - Summer of '75,
G.G.R., Q28, Camp Vass, M.l..
Cyo, Football games, motor-
cades, V-parties?!, TKE Frat
10f25! Good luck to the T-Ville
kids. D.P., C.W., P.L., C.V., T.M.,
D.E., M.W., E.S., LM., C.M., S,O.,
C.L., Many thanks to my family
Field Hockey, 1, Basketball
Trainer 1, Softball 1,2,, Cheer-
jonathan David Robbins
22 Clifton Road
"The world is a comedy to those
that think, a tragedy to those
who feel." - Horace Walpole
"Be always as merry as ever you
can, for no one delights in a sor-
rowful man." - Proverbs
Denebola 2,35 Southpaw 3
Edward Ayrault Robinson
8 Irving Road
Education: That which discloses
to the wise and disguises from
the foolish their lack of under-
May we all remember Cutler
House Corner, the teach next
door, and, "Please get off the
steps!" Also friends like T.K.,
A.D., j.D.C., R.S., C.B., A.S., S.H.,
and all the rest. And especially
Thanks, I needed that.
Marjorie Killen Rosenberg
109 Warren Street
"Way over yonder -- tha's
where I'm bound. I know when I
get there the first thing I'll see is
the sun shining golden - shin-
ing right down on me." - C.K.
Special thanx to Adelaide, Arby
Lisa Anne Robinson
35 Chatham Road
"It is love that I am seeking for,
But of a beautiful, unheard-of
That is not in the world."
- W.B. Yeats
Love and thanks to L.M. and S.M.
jtwo B.F.'s from N.N.j j.S., M.P.,
M.M., A.2. in Cal., L.G., j.G., my
family, and Craig. "Everything
still turns to gold."
james W. Rosenberg
76 Miller Road
Live Each day to its fullest, do the
things that you must today, don't
put them off, for tomorrow you
may not be able to. Set your
goals high, because once you
reach them there's nothing left
to look forward to. Cars, conver-
tibles, and the Cape.
Living, Loving, and Laurie.
22 Rokeby Road
Roxbury Latin, Meadowbrook
Happiness makes up in height,
What it lacks in length. - Frost
51 Marla Circle
Kathy, M.K., D.S. On to better
Corey J. Rosenfield
376 Dudley Road
"The past is gone, the present is
now, but there's still a future."
l'll never forget: Celts '74, the
B.B. - C. Concert and the sum-
mer of '75. "Keep movin' on -
QUE SERA SERAH
junior Class committee, Soccer,
1,2 D.C. All Starsg 3, Basketball,
1,25 Baseball, 1,25 Tennisg 3, Life
Ambition, Sports Attorney
114 Floral Street
"Love while you still can
Don't even try to understand
lust find a place and make your
and take it easy!!
- jackson Browne -
"chick", D.C., S.K., M.M., S.H.,
cc., NB., PB., 11-7-75, Ho
The Gries: E.S.A., F.A.T., U.S.S.,
Linda Sue Robin
960 Dedham Street
"Miles from nowhere guess I'll
take my time to reach there." -
Thanks to all my friends for ever-
ything. Summer '74 P.A., '75
weekends with "people" and of
course "the gang" and to my
parents for whose love and guid-
ance I will always be grateful.
20 Sagamore Road
Life is queer with its twists and
As everyone of us sometimes
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won had he
stuck it out.
So stick to the fight when you're
lt's when things seem worst that
you mustn't quit!
- jimmy "75"
66 Academy Terrace
Never forget these three years.
They were three of my best
years, l ever had. Never forget
the corner with B.R. and M.A.,
K.B. and me had some good
times too, R.T. still knows who is
better in ping-pong. Hey josh
will ya bring my cararound front
for me will ya.
: ' Z,
And the Baby Bear said, "Someone's been sleeping in my bed!"
5 Keller Path
Great times in the Park, cars,
Summer 72 with P B C P D D
M.F., l.Y., S.K., j.K., S.A.
5 Elliot Street
David Mark Ryter
17 Chatham Road
"Wisdom offers simple schemes,
but truth is not so simple. Actual
life is encounter. May you act on
me as I act on it."
Everlasting memories: HMUN,
SAT eve, 1001 botched Chem.
labs. "S.I.T.A.," QB's, and great
friends. "To every thing there is
31 Shady Hill Road
Time is not measured
by the passing of years,
But by what one does,
What one feels,
And what one achieves.
- lawaharial Nehru
Love and thanks to my family and
the best of luck to jill and lodi,
and a special friend - Lisa. "All
my loving" to Geof.
jill Diane Saret
18 Myerson Lane
"Rivers belong where they can
Eagles belong where they can fly.
I've got to be where my spirit
can run free,
Gotta find my corner of the sky."
Thanks to my friends Special
thanks to David Arner and David
Levenson - I love you Amy and
Matthew Francis Sabbetti
159 Warren Street
"We each have our own vision
and a voice inside that speaks
only to us. We have to be willing
to hear it." - Dylan
To my family, much appreciation
for their encouragement and
support. Finally, to Sue, who was
secure when other things were
uncertain, love always.
Football, 1,2,3 Basketball, 1,2,3
1 mi XRS
92 Athelstane Road
1137 Boylston Street
15 Thurston Road
Stewart Alan Satter
300 Dedham Street
"lf you want something very
much, you must let it go free, if it
doesn't come back it wasn't
yours to begin with, but if it
does, love it forever."
Good Luck to my special friends.
Sue, thanks for making my life
happier and more meaningful.
S5 Dacar Road
Deborah Gail Schultz
54 Brush Hill Road
Happiness is like a butterfly, the
more you chase after it the more
it will elude you. But turn your
mind to other things and it will
sit contentedly on your shoul-
l'll never forget my beautiful
friends, the 17th surprise, Tom
Rush by the "Charles", Chicago-
fBeachboys of '75, AYH, T.R.,
Keda, aniverseries, nights out
with the guys and my guy Dave.
Production Crew, 1,2,3 Easter
Seals, 2,3 Regulus, 3
133 Collins Road
159 Carlton Road
"All I ask is be yourself, and love
yourself, when no one else will
do you be true to you." -
Thursday morning ritual, door,
Tree, Spacewoman, L.R. -your
shoulder or mine? S.P., M.F, -
you know what I need? Thanks
Mom and Dad, for your support.
t l .
Howard R. Schivek
19 Rolling Lane
And did they get you to trade
your heros for ghosts? Hot ashes
for trees? Hot air for a cool
breeze? Cold comfort for
change? And did you exchange a
walk on part in the war for a lead
role in a cage? Talks, thanx spe-
cial ones, good times bad.
Lawrence Scott Schlager
40 Harwich Road
"lf any little word of mine
May make some heart the
lf any little song of mine
May make some life the
God let me speak that little word
And take my bit of singing,
And plant it in some lonely vale
To set the echoes ringing."
100 Shady Hill Road
"If we cannot end now our dif-
ferences, at least we can help
make the world safe for diversi-
ty. For, in the final analysis, our
most basic common link is that
we all inhabit this small planet.
We all breathe the same air
and we are all mortal. - john
Lauren Amy Seder
19 lrvington Steet
"You've gotta get up every
morning with a smile on your
face and show the world all the
love in your heart, then people
gonna treat you better you're
gonna find that you're beautiful
as you feel. - Carole King
The door, karate, the route,
streaking, Steve's, purity su-
preming, stairway, perry.
Ronald E. Seested jr.
264 Parker Street
I know it's too late,
But I didn' realize
How much it hurt,
Until it happened,
"Don't walk behind me,
l'm not your leader.
Don't walk before me,
I might not follow.
just walk beside me,
And be my friend."
Never Forget, Robin,
Deb, Peter, Linda M.
174 Cynthia Road
Mark David Seeto
1830 Beacon Street
Expression: "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 my friend.
Remembers: MMO, Nedo,
Wallo, Ferra, Carson and the
Soccer gang, the Barn, and the
corner kids. Activities: Soccer,
1,2,3 Hockey, 1,3 Outdoor
Robert Mark Segal
81 Lovett Road
"Let no man presume to give to
others who has not first given
good counsel to himself."
Yuh, I suppose we could
Buster and his fidgeting, The
S.D.S., King Robe I, Katzie, Cool
Davey Alley, Iayims, Puppy Dog,
Baseball, 1 Soccer, 1,2,3 "South
Allen Richard Seletsky
38 Bowdoin Street
True love is rare, but true friend-
ship is rarer. At NSHS I found
true friendship. I'd like to thank
the kids at the corner for making
my years at school profitable
ones. Special thanks to D.P,,
S,D.C., EAR, T.D., A.D.
23 Howe Road
Sharon Gail Shapiro
5 Antonellis Circle
Well, chalk another one up to
"You've got to get up every
morning with a smile on your
face and show the world all the
love in your heart, then people
gonna treat you better. You're
gonna find, yes you will, that
you're beautiful as you feel." -
22 Columbine Road
"It is what you learn after you
know it all that counts." - Harry
Suzan Robbin Shapiro
160 Dudley Road
To see a world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your
And eternity in an hour.
- William Blake: Auguries of ln-
Doug Keith Sheff
454 Dudley Road
"People who follow the crowd
around aren't even up at bat, to
be yourself completely is really
where it's at."
inscision-SSSSdouble base rolls
- Words of wisdom by jimi -
W.W., H.H., 0.0.
Soccerg 10,11,12, Track, 10,12
Beverly K. Shlager
103 Rosalie Road
For all the good times I had in
the summer of '75. Student
215 Spiers Road
"judge me for who I am, not for
what I do."
Farewell to the Fearsome Four-
some Cards with the girls, Stowe
73,74,75 Fish and Bahney,
"Stang" Guy, Sugarbush 75 j.C.'s
lulliby lane walk, Summer of 75
ACE, Spanish 75 Pauls clutch,
Thanks to C.G.C. for trying
73 Audobon Drive
I turned around and knock them
down and walked across the sea.
Remember the "Z". Farewell to
the men, we shall be together
again. Thanks to Duka, Lyle, Doc,
Fish, Spec, Dan, Swartzie, and
the Doors. Good times in the
Marc Shuman Kim 5185
278 Country Club Road 97 Lake Avenue
Goodwin "Schwartzie" Cutler
Cruisin' in the fifty nine
to me was really mighty fine
it was hard to find a fren
but then I finally met the men
and my parents who guided me
all I can say is thank you.
Farewell to the men,
we'll be together again.
32 Wendell Road
"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
Thanks to all my friends. You're
the most important people in
the world. Remember - "To-
day's leaves of hope are tomor-
139 High Street
Mark Anthony Signore
364 Boylston Street
Cutler "Marka, Sig, Marco"
Weeks Donald Silberstein
l'll never forget, Summer of 755 148 Cyothllla Rogd
Chicago and Boys, the Sox, Peter Goodwln Doo
and Arthur Please5 "insuffer- Moadoworook
abjeffi Tango and Waban, Beacon To be a friend a man should rec-
Stg Bernie, Rapid, Kev and Ras, ognize that no man knows all the
berries- Dunks and Macs. Bojey answers, and that he should add
Keda, Kap. Football and Bowling. each daY to h'5 knowledge of
Sugarloaf, Steve and pungent
bus ride, flight if stairs.
Track5 15 Skiing5 2,3
39 Wayne Road
"Life just isn't that simple any
Captain Swim Team
how to live the friendly way.
Susan R. Simches
53 Waban Avenue
"No bell will sound to bring this
experience to an end,
For we will each relive special
moments by ourselves.
The past and present wilt - I
fill'd them, emptied them,
And proceed to fill my next fold
of the future."
390 Dedham Street ,
The last three years here at NSHS
were almost the best three years '
of my life. I thank all the people I
whom I've come in contact with
who have made my years here
enjoyable. l'll always remember
all good friends - S.l., N.E., K.R.,
Swim Team, 105 Volleyball5 105
Cheerleading5 11,125 Track5 11
581 Sawmill Brook Parkway
"Minutes are temporary, but
memories last forever."
l'll never forget Star and P.D.,
R.R., F.M., T.S., and the picnic.
To my pal sticks, and Raq, S.Ci.
and Friday night bowling.
Charles A. Smith
4 Wentworth Street
Today was tomorrow yesterday.
Those who live for the future
and deny themselves the joys of
the present, are as foolish as
those who live in the past. Favor-
ite sayings - "You Fool" and
"Dig that" Wish to my people:
Be happy, be proud, be strong.
- Tamlin Shid
Horoscope sign: Capricorn
Peter A. Soyka
90 Erie Avenue
Quote - "Time, once lost, can
never be regained." - Un-
Geoffrey B. Small
17 Nouman Road
Love always to lane. Boylston
Road. Thanks Doddy Gonson.
NSHS: Good and bad times -
chalk it up to experience.
Ronny, Dan, everything -
Tennis, 1,2,3, Skiing, 2,3
Ioanne L. Smith
43 Cottage Street
I'll never forget all the good
times I've had. The back parking
lot, Hammond, Cutler's girls
room. I always remember L.H.,
B.T., K.R., D.D., L.B., W.B., D.S.,
S.D., R.F., D.Y., B.P., and all the
rest. the summer of 74-75 and I'll
never forget LK. Thanks mom
Philip William Small
39 White Oak Road
My riches consist not in the ex-
tent of my possessions but in the
friends l have made. Thanks to:
"BIG GUY", B.l., M.A., L.K., LG.,
G.M., A.B., LB., H.G., A.F., K.F.,
l.E., C.L., D.D., M.B.
Baseball, 10,11,12, All Star, 11,12,
Football, 10,11,12, President
Varsity Club, 12, Vice President
Varsity Club, 11
Karen T. Smith
306 Sumner Street
To my firends, Lisa, Peg, Ben,
Paula, Sue, the "Cady," Don, my
junior summer, Wolfies, Store
24, 128, 55 Chevy, Old Colony,
the lake, R.F.ks, vans, Pittman
arm, Angelo's, and especially-my
Tunder and Chris and the good
of ' 0.
.x'.'o' . f o'U
Mark B. Sostek
1430 Beacon Street
Goodwin HGILLISTAT Z"
"lt matters not what you are
thought to be but what you are,
Thanks to EEL, C.K., COOL D.A.,
l.G., K.B., BOLA 81 KEDA, D.G.
I'll always remember, New Ro-
chelle, Sunday Football Games,
and Cambridge '75'
Political Science Club, Model
Congress, French Club
Ruthann S. Sparrow
15 Homestead Street
Marc S. Spector
110 Oak Hill Street
Farewell to the men, we shall be
together again. Good times
down the Cape., Trips to Conne-
ticut and New York, my almost
trip to Vermont, Nights at South,
the the Doors, and the little
girl. Special thanks to my parents
and all my friends. Later Slater.
46 Van Roosen Road
"An investment in knowledge
always pays the best interest"
Very special thanks to: M.F., P.S.,
S.G., R.L., Franklir and all old my
true friends l'll always remember
l.W., LS., M.V., B.B., NEFTY,
BAYGL, ON STAGE and every-
one else who's helped me grow,
the good times in South, The
Ground Round, my surprise par-
ty, etc . .
Robyn Dana Stiller
21 lune Lane
Though we travel
the world over
to find the beautiful,
We must carry it with us
or we will
find it not.
Thanks to my friends and most of
all thanks to my parents for giv-
ing me love, understanding and
Richard Kent Steffens
169 Allerton Road
"Today, Tomorrow is Yester-
Good times with Cumma, Bob
W., B.C., T.l., Ed's House-D-
Block-lr. Year, T-Ville, The R0-
tary, and everyone down there.
New Year's Eve of "74" with Bill,
Ross, Etc. Hey guys, "Let's go
doupin." And the cafe
Michael Eric Steinberg
20 Drew Road
A-V Media Center
140 Dickcrman Road
Don't it seem like time goes on
and here we are still carrying on
Reaching out for one another
. . . Goodbye don't mean I'm
Bradley l. Stern
19 lacobs Terrace
"Be whatever you want to be,
but above all be yourself."
Farewell to the men, we shall be
together again. Duke, Rolls, Lyle,
Sherm, Dan, Shwartzie, Marc,
thanks to the Spoiler, Florence
and Marcia, the Esplanade, C.
block, Sundays, Alky in the after-
noon, unforgetable memories.
Susan Beth Stockman
4 Pine Crest Road
Teach your parents well
Their children's hell
Will slowly go by
And so become yourself
because the past is just a good-
- Neil Young
Elizabeth Charna Stone
303 Greenwood street
Memory brushes the same years,
Silently sharing the same fears
Special appreciation to Donna
and Michael Imy T.B.l who've
grown with me You know
how I feel. INPII And to the rest
- thanks for helping under-
stand happiness. D.P. - Fine,
thank you, and you?
'I43 Wiswall Road
I'll never forget my days at New-
ton South, Sept. 10th, Nov. 2nd,
lan. 15th, April 5th. Dec. 13th
the best day in my life. The
clutch is still chattering, Bob,
Time to take the clutch out of
the Sudsmobile again. Where's
my Tornado? All my love to Su-
Erica R. Sussman
26 Locksley Road
ls it so small a thing
To have enjoy'd the sun,
To have liv'd light in the spring
To have lov'd, to have thought,
to have done?
Carol Beth Sugarman
71 Redwood Road
Goodwin "Shugs" A
" Yesterday is but a Dream
and Tomorrow is only a Vision,
but Today well-lived makes ev-
ery Yesterday a Dream of Happi-
ness, and every Tomorrow a Vi-
sion of Hope ..."
Special thanks to my friends,
SEA, and those at Naomi.
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93 Halcyon Road A
My best friend, Terese. Martha's
Vineyard. Standard. All the Stu-
kas. Smoke a bone. Tree, Rock.
Cliff Branch, N.H. Canada '74,
Leibfraumilche, Ash Trays, THE
FOURTH FLOOR! Chives -
"You look like B.D." Concerts.
"Got a knife?" "It's a mirror!"
Cheryl oooooh, Sue? W.l.
Camp! "Tissue anyone?" Roy,
Dave George friends.
Nancy - luck. Let's go down the
Ruth L. Stranahan
72 Cottage Street
"I don't now what the future is
holding in store, I don't know
where I'm going, I'm not sure
where I've been. There's Spirit
that guides me, a Light that
shines for me, My life is worth
the living, I don't need to see the
end," - john Denver
Eileen Frances Sullivan
85 Thurston Road
Never Forget: leanne, Debbie,
IT, IS, IS, PR, PR, PH, T-ville, The
Cafe, IC, and all the great kids
from there. PG and SB. Mac's,
ROR. Swingin' Swifts 74, 75 Nor-
man, lohn, Vroom, Vroom! LG
and MIWY. NBMSCDM, Thanks
for being there, Dad, thanks for
taking the place of two.
Sarah L. Swenson
144 Ridge Avenue
Wendy-Ho, joshua, Dorothy
Hansberry, Allison, Mick.
haven't I always been your danc-
er? the Heavyweight and Were
Thine, Billy's Waltz, Babe and
Little Wing, The Quickie and
very specially, The Second
Dancer From Stage Right. Wom-
188 Arnold Road
Friendship is like goldg it's too
valuable for words.
l'll never forget "His and Hers",
and Almost Nantasket Beach
Summer of '75. A very special
thanks to LM., l'll never forget
her. Thanks also to LR., V.M.,
D.G., l.D., R.S., and P.K. Thanks
to my family for caring.
Frank I. Tarantino
12 Cushing Street
Football, 3 Wrestling, 1,2,3 La-
"If we cannot end now our dif-
ferences, at least we can help
make the world safe for diversi-
ty. For, in the final analysis, our
most basic common link is that
we all breathe the same air
And we are all mortal." john
Sandrea Neelayne Taylor
104 Roundwood Road
"lf you want something very
much, You must let it go free, If
it doesn't come back it wasn't
yours to begin with but if it does,
Love it forever."
Special love to wonderful par-
ents, two brothers, and a sister. I
leave Newton South my brother
Stuart. Good Luck!
Peter A. lennant
33 Brewster Road
Good-Bye to Newton South,
"Forever". Never forget the
Falls. Hanging out front, lois's,
Back parking lot, And Ham-
mond, Always remember my Ac-
cidents, '72 Valiant. Good-Bye to
Fonzie, Don and the White
Mountains. My mechanic Bill,
Leroy, Rudy, Rick, Doug, john,
Allen, Kevin, The Girls. Never
forget the cafe and T-ville kids
Robin jill Tapper
57 Levbert Road
"But if in your thoughts You
must measure time into seasons,
Let each season encircle all the
other seasons, And let today em-
brace the past with remem-
brance And the future with
Thanks to my special freinds.
Elisabeth Anne Talis
227 Lincoln Street
A great man is one who has not
lost his child's heart.
julie B. Tarsky
75 Haynes Road
Thanks - I P., LE., C.B., M.H.,
D.C., S.H., R.L., B.I., GD., N.K.,
especially R.C. You're great! Big
girls don't cry, '71 You maniac
S.H., l.P. and the clothesline! I'm
the babysitter, what do you
want? It's raining, get the sham-
poo, '74. To you know who, I
love you! Thanks Mom and Dad.
84 Ridge Avenue
Eo Dawn Theodorou
4 Kippy Drive
The best things in life come
when you least expect them.
Never forget: CBCBGOMW-
SPECIFCCDCLMBH, V - par-
ties, games cruising, New Years
Eve, Summer '75, Many loughs,
the corner, cafe, Nantasket,
Shrewsbury, Lexington, . . . Get-
ting there was half the fun. It's
been real! Balcy - Thanks for
being there. l'll always remem-
ber that special someone.
220 Langly Road
Benjamin Theodore Touchstone
21 Terrace Avenue
Feel the wind at your back
Feel the ocean mist blowing in
Hear the ocean roar till early
Hear the song blowing in the
early summer breeze
lust be glad you are free, put a
smile on your face
And go and search for your
. H . .
'fg 3 1'
17 L '- Z 'I
I , -' -.'. V .
Nancy Deborah Tichbnor
104 Country Club Road
"l shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages
hence: Two roads diverged in a
wood, and I - I took the one
less traveled by, And that has
made all the difference." Rob-
907 Chestnut Street
Amy Ruth Tighe
80 Dedham Street
"If men knew how to live he
would not die."
There's algae growing on the
There's algae growing in our
There's algae growing in our
There's algae growing near and
But the worst of all is alge-bra!!!
Solid? Girls Room, 10,11 Pres. 12
lohn I. Tornabene
9 Walsh Road
l'll always remember all the good
times in the cafe, Initiation, Doo-
pin' in the back parking lot. All
the guys from T-ville - B.G.,
S.C., G.M., LX., P.A., LG., D.S.,
l.D., P.D., M.M., 1.S., P.D. l'll
never forget S.D.
289 Cypress Street
i do my thing, and you do your
thing. i am not in this world to
live up to your expectations, and
you are not in this world to live
up to mine. you are you, and i
am i. and if by chance we find
each other, it's beautiful. F.S.P.
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13 .:'.-1 f ,-
vfp., . ff,:.'
. .--55' ' QA-sy-s
pr- .P 113 ,Z
fc.. - -5"-Er.
3 Carrer Road
"Forget your troubles and just
get happy , . "
l'Il always remember the great
times l've shared with all my
friends and teachers. Thanks to
Peggy, and the gang for fantastic
times like Camp Vass. Special
thanks to Mr. Amer, and all my
love to 1ill, someone I'll never
forget. Hey, Red. S.W.A.M.P.S.
133 Waban Avenue
LG Warren, the Barn 111, Big
"The harder the contest the
more glorious the triumph."
Hockey,10,11, 12 Captain, Soc-
cer, 12, Lacrosse, 11,12
IF, NM, MOKE, CM, MMO, LK,
GM, EA, BW, RM, 1G, CR, MB,
IF. Clare IT, NG, FD, DS, RF, KD,
EA, AF, KF, SS, EF, BP. Nancy
49 Cragmore Road
Swim Team, 1,2,3 Prom Commit-
"1udge people as they are, not as
you expect them to be."
A friend is never forgotten -
ET, CB's, GO, CG, SP, SF, CW, L1,
EC, 1F, SB, PSLPR, SL, IM, ES, WF.
1.1.1. The Corner 111 Games, Raid,
Defeat parties. T-Ville 8. every-
one else that made these three
fantastic years. Laughter - Spirit
- Good luck class '77.
. ' ' X
. . . x . .4 I
s.. 13 1"-' f. is-S." uk'
26 Mallon Road
To the athletic department, "lt
Fellow Seventy-Sixers, "We're
out of school."
Our N.S.H.S. years have past
Brothers and Sisters, "We're free
Push forward and strive
Our presence must be felt
The cards dealt
Be your own individual
Let your flame shine eternal.
156 Arnold Road
"Don't you feel a change a
From another side of time,
Breaking down the walls of
Lifting shadows from your
Placing back the missing
That before you couldn't find
Filling mysteries of emptiness
That yesterday left behind."
Lyle Viselman I
30 Winston Road
You know I was having lots of I
There are lots of people I owe
Instead of my stupid little pranks
Farewell to the MEN
We will be together again
Dream On, The Doors,
Thanks to special parents
6 Summer Street
Dana Howard Weisman
120 Harwich Road
"They say the world is spinning
I say the world is upside down"
Cruising in the71 I
Howard Sumner Weiss
50 Andrew Street
"Laughter is the shortest dis-
tance between two people."
Always remember to keep things
in their proper perspective.
My thanks to everyone.
Mary Kathleen Welch
7 Newbury Terrace
"Though we travel the world
over to find the beautiful We
must carry it with us or we find it
I will always remember my three
best friends - Lisa, Sue, and Sue
- who filled my world with
Mom and Dad thanks for ever-
Stephen Mark Werther
84 Carlton Road
"Today is the tomorrow that I
worried about yesterday."
Thanks to the Gang for all the
good times and Lotsa Luck. To
Sheryl, for the past three years
you've been a very special part
of my life, you'll always mean the
most to me.
21 Chestnut Street
"Oh, you weak, beautiful people
who give up with such grace.
What you need is someone to
take hold of you - gently, with
love, and hand your life back to
you." Tennessee Williams
"On ne voit bien quxavec le
coeur. L'essentiel est invisible
pour les yeux." St. Exupery
ll - y- K
Emily Grace Wiggin
287 Waban Avenue
"So there's a lotta sense in livin'
When the world we know starts
And we can spread our wings
some sunny day
And fly away
But till we all fly together
What sense does it make?"
LF.: Pink Blue Green, Thursday
Morning Ritual The Door, L'At-
tic, AF, Ml, YPF.
20 Meadowbrook Road
"Children should be obscene
and not heard."
Cheryl Marie Wenning
T0 Manchester Road
"The most useless day of all is
that in which we have not
Never forget: Q28, GGR, Camp
Vass! Summer 75 - 7f29f75 -
Patty's Pool - going WACKY
BACKY with PL, Pl, KI. Woolfiesl
BC Sub, PR, MR, MW, 2 Bones,
MAA. Thanks to my family,
friends and PL - who's very spe-
55 Lovett Road
Farewell to the men, we'll be to-
gether again. The Cape, Con-
necticut, and all the great times
Thanks to Sherm, Doc, Lyle,
Spec, Dan, and Swartzy. Good
times are easy to come by with
good friends. Krowsing, the
doors, Rocky Brewster, and the
Basketball, I, Il
'tall I I I " '
Ioanne A. Wise
241 Greenwood Street
"I have my freedom,
but I don't have much time"
DIC, H20 ski, Bg-T, cannon, TH,
Comolo vs. cong. L8tL, Andy,
MX! sa treejam Berm, mex.
Plush Stones! lfitsl Babsjerwhiz.
Varsity Swim Team, 1,2,3, Ski
'Still I'm gonna miss you!
28 Olde Field Road
"Time is like a jet plane, it moves
But what a shame that all we've
shared can't last"
I can't believe we did it! Or did
William Bradford Wright Gary H. Wyner
10 Hinckley Road 15 Bound Brook Road
Goodwin "Bill" Wheeler "Wino"
"If music be the food of love, "Those who know do not talk
play on." Shakespeare
and talkers do not know"
Swim Team, 11, 12.
57 Floral Street
"Those school girls day, of clos-
ing books and long last looks
must end, but in my mind, I
know that they still live on and
I will always remember Laura,
Suzy, Steven, Doug, and Ieannie.
You all have been so great to me.
Pamela Iean Wood
22 Hyde Street
Stage Crew, 1,2,3, Swim Team, 1
"I'Il be damn! We all pulled
through To think of all the crazy
things we wanted to do It may
sound silly but I tell you it's real
The older I get, a whole lot bet-
ter I feel." Holly Near
George Triantafylos Xypteras
54 Maplewood Avenue
Always remember - T-Ville,
The CAF - Dupin' with IT, DS,
IS, TI and the rest of the gang -
PD, PD, ID, CM, IG, SC, LG, GM,
RS, PA, BX, IX, Bl, PB, BT, TB, SF,
IL, PFC-DP, IH, SD, CD, VF, IT, IS,
ES, RAZZ. THANKS LX,TX
Ioyce Elizabeth Young
20 Winter Street
"Beloved, let us love one an-
other, for love is from God and
everyone who loves is born of
God and knows God." I Iohn
Much love to: Ruthie, Ellen-
fLynn, Donna, Billy, and my fam-
ily. Mother, Daddy, and Fred, I
love you! God bless Newton
joel T. Zecher
28 Louise Road
Actus non facit reum, nisi mens
"Those who dream by day are
cognizant of many things which
escape those who dream only by
night." Edgar Allen Poe
David Aaron Zonderman
30 Marvin Lane
Cutler "Bozo" "Zips" "Zondy"
Debra Lynn Zussman
25 Baldpate Hill Road
March 15, 1975. Cape - S 81 L
Larz A. R 81 M. Lovin' you Mike
'lwhax lies behind us,
and what lies ahead of us
are just tiny matters
compared to what lies within
SENIORS WITHCUT PICTURES
Christopher M. Arthur
Stephen C. Bibbo
Edward C. Cataldo
Robert G. Chalukian
Roni C. Cunningham
Armando P. Delcampo
loann M. Delicata
Sandra L. Dolph
Richard L. Erba
jonathan A. Fox
Ricardo A. Freeth
Rogers V. Howard
Matthew E. Howell
Amy D. Kerzner
Mark A. Kerzner
loanne C. Lawrence
David Wai-King Lam
Steven P. Liebman
Christine A. Lombardi
james H. Martin III
Deborah E. Miranda
Michael I. Mosca
Paul 1. Owens
Robert l. Rabinowitz
Steven G. Saklad
Eva M. Sandnes
Thomas R. Shepherd
Franklin T. Silcott
Daniel D. Staples
Deborah E. Stoppe
Dianne M. Tabor
Ronnie R. Thompson
Roberta A. Wamboldt
Elizabeth L. Wool
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THANK ITS SPONSORS
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baird
Mr. and Mrs. Berzon
Miss Lisa Blackman
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Braverman
Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Butters
Anita and Kenny Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Conviser
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Davidow
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Demichele
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Edelston
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Feinstein
Mr. and Mrs. j.B. Feldman
Miss Holly Fertel
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Filler
Dr. and Mrs. jerome Fischbein
Mrs. Robert Fraser
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Frim
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Giesser
Mr. and Mrs. james Goodman
Mr. jeffrey Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenbaum
Hammonds's Contemporary Furniture
Mrs. Dorothy Hansberry
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Henken
Miss Karel Holbik
Mr. and Mrs. jackson
Miss Stephanie Kahn
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kamowitz
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Harvey L. Keller
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Mr. jim Martin
Ms. jessie McChesney
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Panagacos
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Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Parness
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pieters
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judge and Mrs. Arthur Sherman
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. Richard Steinberg
Mr. Norman Swerling
Miss Lisa Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Wood
Mr. and Mrs. David Zussman
HAIR REPLACEMENT CENTERS
1238 BOYLSTON STREET
CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS 02167
Growing with Newton
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A Good Place to Work
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1169 CENTRE ST.
NEWTON CENTRE. MASS. 02159
PHILIP ANASTASIA TEL 244 7750
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1611 Beaton Strut
Wlaban, Mass. 02168
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Highland Hardware of Newton, Inc
47 LINCOLN STREET
NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS.
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MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD NATHANSON
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Newtonville, Mass. 02160
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MR. AND MRS. GEORGE POLANSKY
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Newton Highlands. Mass. 02161
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